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own.-ip COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 13, 1899
WHARF AND WAVE.
Alameda from Frisco this morning.
The stmr. Kinau is on the marine
railway.
The ship Marie Hackfeld is dis
charging at Irmgard wharf.
A foreign bark off Koko Head bound
in was reported at 7 o'clock last night.
The steamer Iwalani sails for Hono
kaa and KukUihaele at 10 o'clock this
morning.
The United States army transport
jnoved yesterday from Oceanic to Pa
cific Mail wharf.
The barkentine S.N. Castle cleared
lor San Francisco yesterday with 11,
205 bags of sugar, 1,035,575 pounds,
valued at $6G,944.
The 3,500-ton S. S. Lennox will sail
for Portland, Ore., on or about Septem
ber 16th. Theo. If. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
are the local agents".
The collier Yosemite, from Newcas
tle, is anchored in the stream. The
Yosemite brings a big cargo of Greta
coal and sailed from Newcastle July 18.
Two barks, the Martha Davis and
Alden Besse, both arrived from San
Francisco yesterday with general mer
chandise. Both sailed from San Fraa-
cfeco, August 25.
Down at the boat-landing the gaso
line engine and attached centrifugal
pump is successfully filling the water
ing carts for sprinkling the streets
with water from the harbor.
The pump of the new dredger at the
foot of Alakea street is being re
placed by a larger one. It is claimed
the other apparatus is working very
satisfactorily.
It was a busy day at the railway
wharf yesterday with the bark Mohi
can loading sugar for San Francisco,
the ship Charmer discharging coal, the
schooner Eric discharging lumber and
the bark Albert getting ready for a
load of sugar.
S. K. Pinao, formerly a native boat
boy here, who shipped on the ship T.
F. Chapman hence with sugar for
Philadelphia March 14, was lost over
board off Cape Horn on April 14. The
news came through a letter to John
Mahuka, the boatman.
The Hawaiian bark Focmng Suey,
from New York with general merchan
dise, is anchored in the stream, arriv
ing yesterday at noon after, a long and
tedious voyage of over five months,
sailing thence April G. Foohng Suey is
Chinese for good luck, but the good
luck was not attending her this trip.
Captain McPhail, for many years
mate of the bark Andrew Welch, who
brought down the yacht La Paloma
from San Francisco, takes command of
the bark R. P. Rithet on her arrival
here, vice Captain George Calhoun,
transferred to the ship George Curtis.
This is the latest waterfront rumor.
This makes five of Captain Drew's
mates who have been promoted to be
masters of vessels within the last few
years. When a man has served his
time under the skillful master of the.
Andrew Welch ship-owners are in the
habit of picking him out for a more
responsible position without further
examination. A 15-ton piece of ma
chinery was discharged from the An
drew Welch yesterday most quickly
and without the slightest hitch.
PERILS OF DIVERS.
How a Tacoma Diver Met an Untimely
End.
Further details of the death of Diver
William Baldwin, in his attempt to
make a second visit to the cofiinship
Andelana, under 190 feet of water in
Tacoma harbor, state that " his last
words to the members of the wrecking
company when he put on his helmet
at 11:39 a. m., on Thursday, were:
"I'll either take a ride across the river
Styx with old Charon as pilot, or this
line will be passed through the main
hatch of the Andelana today." Eleven
minutes afterwards he was on his jour
ney across the Styx.
Baldwin wore but the light armor,
with which he worked on the Umatil
la wreck at Victoria, and in search for
the Northern Pacific safe and the bod
ies of those left in the landslide of sev
eral years ago.
As the glass face-plate was being
brought to be screwed on the face, he
made some remarks about the air, and
also gave instructions regarding the
third cylinder in the air pump. In the
prior descent this cylinder had caused
much trouble. Baldwin undertook to
remedy the defect, and secured an old,
worn gasket which he placed on the
valve.
Baldwin had descended about 150
feet when suddenly there came a hiss
of escaping air from the pump. As fast
as man's arms and muscles could haul
on that life line, the diver was brought
to the top, and the bolts which fasten
the helmet to the diving-suit loosened.
Had but a minute more of time elapsed
the surgeons . would have been forced
to have cut away the flesh from about
the throat and jaws that the skull
might be released from the helmet.
His body and limbs, from the feet to
where the neck joins the trunk, were
normal, but his head was swollen to
three times its size, and was as black
as ink. Victoria Colonist.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, H. I.. Sept. 12, 1WJ.
NAME OP STOCK.
cult a!
Paid.
Par
Va!.
Mercantile,
C Brewer k Co
SCGAB.
American Aertable
...raid up
i,Oooj 1(X
Ewa
Hamoa...
U&w. Ar. Co.
Ha'nCotc'l Ji Sug Co ' 2,12,75u
70,000
5 UJO,UUi
175,W
Honomn
Honokaa....
Haiku
Kahako
I.O0U.00"'
r-oo.ooo
500,000.
2C
i
-
78
25o
Co Id a;
Kihei Piau Co. M as-
jd. upj
Kip&hnla
Kou.a ! S "O.OXJ
Hon a bagar Co. Aa I ;
Pd. qp I
Mianalei Sug. Co. as ;
Plrt nr. I
250,000
i00,00:
160.000
ISO,
WJ0.000
McBryde Saer.co.M a '
" pd.ap f 1,650,000;
Oahn, a?eeeable .... i
Oahu, paid up J :' 2 4.00;
Onomea l,00u,000,
Ookala 600,uuu
Olaa Sup. Co.Ld. ae f i i
pd. upf, i
Olowaln ; 150,00r,
Paanhaa Sag. Plan. Co i
Pacific 5nG.OH
Paia 1
Pepeekeo 1 7V100H
rionecr , 2,000.W,
npj
100 ..
li ..
20.
loo ..
l'0
100
liv!
ior
20 31
10"
100
20
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50
100
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20 3 5-5
20' 19
100 V2&A
So
1.10
3C0
50; Kahuku, $185; Kihei, $6; Kipahulu,
$120; Koloa. $225; Kona, $32.50; Mau-
nalei, $11; McBryde, assessable, $3.90;
McBryde, paid up, $20.50; Nahiku .75;
Ookala, $22; Olaa, .30; Paauhau, $41;
Pacific Sugar Mill. $302.50; Pioneer
Mill Co.. $260; Waimanalo. $175; Ha
waiian Electric Co., $200; Hon. R. T.
& L. Co., $30; O. II. & L. Co.. $1C0;
Hon. Brewing & Malting Co., $10.
Sales Reported One hundred Ooka
la, $21.75.
ON THE
225
"SI
10
5JS
200
10
Waialua Agr. Co. as.
Walanae 66 .000
pd.
1,500,0001
100
20
W
2
2f
Wj
100.
u
rot ;
ioo 1
Ho
mi
29V
2-jO
2U
Wailuku i 700,000,
Waimanalo -. 1 252,'XO
Walmea 125,000
- hteamship cos. !
Wilder 8. 8. Co 500,00
500,000
10U H7J
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100 ...
20
22
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13
165
30j
300
253
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100
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100
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165
2C0
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Inter Island S. S. Co.
MISCEIXANEOUfc.
Haw'n Elect. Co j 225.000
Hon. Rpd Tran. & L Co 20.000,
Mona-Kuu Tel & Teie-' I
g'h Co lid ...... : 15, W
Mutual Telephone Co..! 139,000'
KakahaCof.Co. L.aa.i !
" Paid up... .i 31,000.
O. K. & L. Co. 2.C0O,000:
BONDS. i
tiawn uov't o uer ct... i
Haw'n Gov't 6 per ct. .
Haw'n G. Post Savin cp
- 4jperct ; I ; 95
O. R. te Ii. Co 1 , ! 107 ICS
J . I
1 15U
ioo .
ioo '
100; 150 loo
.
.. 102K.-
luu ...
DEWEY'S "BEAUTIES."
Admiral Dewey is quite proud of his
"gallery of beauties," as he calls the
array of photographs that decorate his
cabin on the Olympia. "This one," he
said, "writes me she is a distant cousin
of mine. Isr.'t she pretty? I am sor
ry she is so distant. I wrote, thanking
her, and told her I was proud to ac
knowledge the relationship. Wouldn't
you be?"
17-20.
Session
100 Kihei,
Session Sales-Morning
Twenty-one McBryde, $3.80;
$5.50.
Afternoon Session Five Ookala,
$21.50; 575 Olaa, .30; 50 Honokaa, $32;
60 Honokaa, $31.87; 100 Ookala, $21.
62; 76 McBryde, $3.80.
Outside Sales Reported Two hun
dred Ookala, $21.75.
Quotation Changes Forty.
Good temper, like a sunny day, sheds
a brightness over everything. It is the
sweetness of toil and the soother of
disquietude. Washingtonvjrving.
HAWAIIAN STOCK EXCHANGE.
Honolulu, H. L, Sept. 12, 1899.
Bid Honokaa, f 31.50; McBryde, as
sessable, $3.80; McBryde, paid up, $18.
50; Oahu, assessable, $125; Oahu, paid
up, $175; Ookala, $21.50; Olaa, .25; Pa
ia, $275; Waialua, assessable, $95;
Wilder Steamship Co., $118; Mutual
Telephone, $15.25; Hawaiian Govern
ment 6 per cent bonds, $102; Hawaiian
Government 5 per cent bonds, $100; J
Hawaiian Government Postal & Sav
ings 4 per cent bonds, $95; Oahu
R. & L. Co., $106.
Asked Am. Sug., assessable, $85;
Ewa $27; Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,
$300; Haw. Com. & Sug. Co., $100;
Haw. Sugar Co., $225; Honokaa, $32.-
BICYCLES VS. CARS.
Don't pay 10-cent car fares; it is
much cheaper to ride a Sterling Bi
cycle. The average person rides four
times daily; at 10 cents a ride this
amounts in a week to $2.40, or $12 per
month. The Pacific Cycle & Mfg. Co.,
on Fort street, will sell you the highest-grade
Sterling Bicycle ever manu
factured for $60, on small weekly or
monthly installments.
After you have once experienced the
pleasure and advantages of cycling,
you will not want to ride on tramcars
at even 2-cent fare.
The rocky road to Dublin, or any
other place will not annoy you when
you are equipped with a built-like-a-watch
Sterling Bicycle. They will
stand more rough usage, while looking
graceful and riding easy, of any wheel
made. Their construction is perfect,
and they are light, strong and speedy
and built like a watch.
Down under the highly polished
enamel and glittering nickel is the
real bicycle; the thing you're paying
your good money for, and on the
strength of which may depend your
life. Are you going to buy a bicycle of
known reputation of a kind that has
never been known to "fall down" un
der any ordinary accident or will you
take your life in youir hands and ride
recklessly to no one knows what, on a
wheel that is without a reputation, just
because its first cost is n few dollars
less?
Installment Plain
o o o
WanknkiL
At
Opposite lake Island
The great success of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
in the treatment of bowel complaints
has made it standard over the greater
part o the civilized world. For sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith. & Co.,
Ltd., agents for H. I.
The Only High Grade Baking
Powder Offered at a Mod
- erate Price.
f NOT v
MADE BY
I THE
V TRUST. J
iEU Powder
NONE SO GOOD.
RIPPLY T
TTTTT
W
o ti tt o o n
mam mywk
Mclnerny Block.
Fort Street
Fear
PdDitt
312 FORT STREET.
TELEPHONE 565.
EAJM
DWELLINGSTORE AND OFFICE AWN
INGS, LANAI CURTAINS, ETC., ETC.
We keep a fine line of assorted Fancy Awning
Stripes, in the latest and prettiest patterns. And
A can take measurements, make, deliver ana put up
i awnings on short notice. We pride ourselves on
0 doing a stylish, durable, neat fitting job.
Lanai Curtains, Canopies, Dray Covers, and all
kinds of canvas work.
We carry "a very complete line of Ladies' and
Gentleman's Bathing Suits, in the latest, up-to-date
styles and patterns, in cotton, wool and alpaca.
Call in and Look
Over Our Line
Rifles, Shot Guns,
o
Large line kept
in stock.
Special styles
or sizes made to
order.
1 5 f, urn ii iiiiMiiiMii iinjji'iiiiiiiiiiit mii
ii-iiilltoiiirwiril4M1irwi.AiluDi,lwnBi4.ulMilbJ I
Revolvers
Ammunition, Belts, Hunting Coats, Caps,
Game Bags, Hunters' Sundries of all kinds.
GUNSMITHS AND REPAIRERS.
SOLE ISLAND AGENTS FOR THE CELE
BRATED DIEBOLD SAFES.
. We have now on hand a fine assortment of
small and medium sized safes, also av few large
ones.
BANK SAFES, OFFICE SAFES,
PLANTATION. SAFES, JEWEL CASES,
HOUSE SAFES, SILVERWARE SAFES,
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC.
2
Vaiuilt Wmk
A SPECIALTY.
Tents
TO
Rent
Perrs0n Potter
312 FORT STREET
TELEPHONE 565.
Ltd
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