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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 7. 1800. STOCK AND FEED Two Army Transports Now Discharging. Steamers Centnnihi ami Westmin ster One Unloaolng 225 H-ad of Horses-Othtsr Has Supplies. At Fishmarket wharf the United States army trarsport Centennial is unloading 215 horses which she brought from San Francisco yesterday morning. As soon as possible the Centennial will return to San Francis co, probably by the end of this week. Captain Hughes of the Fourth Cav alry is in command and has with him six men of the Twenty-eighth Infan try and five of the Twenty-ninth. Dr. Howell of the United States army, is on board for this trip only and Dr. McDonald is the veterinary surgeon in charge of the horses. The officers of the vessel are: Captain Eagles, First Officer Juhnk, Engineer Jones and Steward Murry. The United States army transport Westminster, with G,000 tons of feed and stores, is discharging at Irmgard wharf, having arrived yesterday morn ing from San Francisco, after a nine days trip from San Francisco, sailing hence from that port on October 27. The Westminster his made one trip from Baltimore to the Philippines for the United States Government, As Boon as discharged and coaled the Westminster will return to San Fran cisco. The Westminster is a British steam er of the Philadelphia Trans-Atlantic line, plying between Philadelphia and Ixindon. The Westminster is of 2,510 -tons register and has a capacity of over G.000 tons. Her officers are: Captain D. Petrie, First Officer Yell, Second Officer Anderson, Third Officer Armor, Chief Engineer Duncan, Assist ants Baird and Preston. WHARF AND WAVE. HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. The sailing of the Occidental and Theobald for the Coast has been set for tomorrow. The schooner Bertie Minor was towed to sea yesterday in ballast for Eureka. The Minor had a full com plement in her crew secured with some difficulty. The United States Navy coal depot offices at the foot of Richards street have been painted and are now ready for occupancy. The building is even artistic and an ornament to the water- f ron t The ship Great Admiral is discharg ing coal into the steamer Athenian at Pacific 'Mail wharf. The Athenian will probably sail for Manila next Friday. Many waterfront frequenters were ad miring the big vessel yesterday. Captain Balch is an amateur in the matter of marine free-hand sketches and photographs of the highest order. In his cabin on the ship John A. Briggs are oil paintings of the Cliff House at San Francisco, Sydney harbor and many other well-Known parts the vet eran master has visited, including Bra zil, South Africa, Tong Island Sound. As an amateur photographer Captain Balch has few superiors. A darkroom adjoins his stateroom and his appa ratus is extensive and modern. Cap tain Balch can bonst of many friends here whom he has met in past visits. The John A. Briggs is the largest sail ing vessel in port at present. ' VESSELS IN PORT. Honolulu, H. I., Nov. 6. 1S03. NAME OF STOCK. Capital Paid. Par Val Mercantile, C. Brewer A Co American Aeewablef j ....Paid up( : Ewa ; H&moa ... ! Haw. Atr. Co ; Haw'iit'om'l A Sug.Co.i Hawaiian Sugar Co.... Honomu Houokaa --- Haikn ... Kahakn i Karnalo ua. Co. Ida j ' " jxl.up. j i KiheiPlaii Co. ld.aj j " xd. upi KipabQia ..... Koloa Kona Sugar Co. Af a. I Pd. np j Maanalei SaR.Co.ass. " ' Vald np McBryde Sos.co.Id.as i pd.up Oahu, assessable .... i uabc, paid up j Onomea j UOKaia .. lJOO.OOO I l 7SO.00O' 5.UJO.UV 175.0U' fo.o i 2,ai2,75u 1,400.110 3IO,000 l,tO).U; 503,000 5W,0JU 250,00o! i 1,500.( 160.000 180.0U0' 500.000 1JO,000' l,650,OOo 2,4),0i0! 1.0IU,OOU' coo.oou1 100 10 27 v 325 10 init . i .... 175 10O 2: 10: 100 'Ai 2i 50 5i 100 100 100 100 100 10U 20 20 10) in . t 'So Olaa Sag. Co.Ld. a8 Olowalo . pd. np ; 150,000; Paaahaa Sag. Plan. Co -1 Pacific 500,000; Paia 75O.0UU; Pepeekeo 750 ooo' Pioneer 2,000,000; Waialaa Agr. Co. asp. 1 j " pd. npt 1,500,000, Waianae 2M.O00 Wailuku 71W.C00! Waimanalo j 252,000 Waimta j 125,000 fcTKAMBHlP COS. t Wilder 8. 8. Co I 500,000 luter Island 9. 8. Co.. J 500.000 MISCKLLANEOUS. J Haw'n Elect. Co 225,000; Hon. Rpd Tran. A L Co -"0,000' Kona-Kan Tel A Tele-! g'hColtd. I 15,(Wj Mutual Telephone Co.. j 139,000 MakabaCof.Co JL-asg.' I ., " Paid up.... 31,000 o. K. & L. Co ; 2.ri.fmo: Peopled Ice & Ref.Co.j 150,000, BONDS. j Hawn Gov't 6 per ct.., j. Haw'n Gov't 6 per ct..; !. Haw'n G. Poet Savings j. 4J per ct ; j. O- R. fe i: IO .......... ' . ........ - 1V 19 130 100 V. 182 , ao 19 -jfiyt 2 ... 20 14 i." 100 16o lf 100 i, 100 ico'wu', 100 23 100 fc5 100 iiski 10O 100 100 ll . 100, ;. I loo' !. 1UI . 10 120 S80 100 no 175' 25:. 27 lo; 15' 100 loo,.... : 1; ltl ISO loo' : 10; 100 lO-i .1 4 17-20 Session Sales Morning Session Two hundred and sixty-six Olaa, $2.03; 200 McBryde, $4.75; 50 Waialua, paid up, $119. Afternoon Session Two hundred Olaa, assessable, $2.03; 150 Olaa, paid up, $14.50; S00 McBryde, . $4.75; 14 Waialua, paid up. $120; 10 Hawaiian Sugar Company, $230. Quotation Changes Forty-two. ARMY AND NAVY. U. S. tugboat Iroquois, Pond, cruise, October 4. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not include coasters.) Haw bk. Iolani, McClure, New York, September 26. Am. bk. Edw. May, Hanson, San Fran cisco, October 13. Am. sp. Occidental, Bennett, Tacoma, October 17. Am. Bh. George Curtis, Calhoun, San Francisco, October 19. Am. sh. Lucile, Anderson, Tacoma, Oc tober 21. Am. bk. Theobald, Cameron, Nanaimo, October 22. t Am. schr. O. M. Kellogg, Iverson, Ta coma, October 22. Am. sp. John A. Briggs, Balch, Sydney, October 2o. Am. sp. Chas. E.. Moody, Woodside, Nofolk, October 26. Br. bk. Woolahra, Williamson, New castle, October 27. Am. schr. R. W. Bartlett, Neilson, Gray's Harbor, October 28. Am. sp. Great Admiral, Sterling, New castle, October 28. U. S. A. T. Athenian, Mowatt. Manila, November 5. U. S. A. T. Centennial, Eagles, San Francisco, November 6. U. S. A. T. Westminster, Petrie.. San Francisco, November G. VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessel. From. Due in November. H. C. Wright, Am. sch. (via Killis- noo S. F. Mauna Ala, Haw. bk S. F. J. D. Spre.ckels, Am. bg ...S. F. Archer, Am. bkt S. F. Aloha, Am. schr S. F. Kinfauns, Br. bk London Albany, Ger. bk. Westport Louis, Am. sch Nitrate ports City of Adelaide, Br. bk Newcastle King Arthur, Br. ship Newcastle County Merioneth, Br. bk. ..Liverpool Mary Winkleman, Am. bk.. .Newcastle Paul Isenberg, Ger. bk.Newcastle, Eng Onaway, Am. bk New York Holywood,-Br. bk Antwerp Nauanu, Haw. bk New York Due in December. Wonrv B . Hvde. Am. eh Dec. Conway Castle, Br. bk Liverpoo Poseidon, Br. sh. Liverpool , STEEL TRADE. PITTSBURG, Pa., Oct. 25.--The American Manufacturer, in its issue to morrow, will say: "It is understood that the mills manufacturing steel rails combined and notified the railroad in terests of the country that prices would be advanced and that the railroads could cover all their wants at $33 per ton. Nearly every railroad in the country came in with orders, and an aggregate of 1,500,000 tons of rails were ordered at the above price for de livery. in 1900. "The price was then raised by rail- makers as follows: For standard sec tions, in lots from 100 to 200 tons, $37; carload lots, $38, and less than carload lots, $40. Light rails, from 25 to 50 pounds per yard, $37 per ton. All the prices quoted are tree on board Pitts burg mills. "The importance of this can scarce ly be realized. The total sales aggre gate about $50,000,000. This means that about one-sixth of the total steel out put for 1900 will be consumed in the manufacture of rails. This does not include orders placed by the Russian Governments some time ago, together with other orders, which will make the aggregate tonnage in rails next year much more than has already been or dered. This fixes it beyond all perad- venture that prices of iron and steel for 1900 will be considerably higher than prevailing figures." CHAPLAIN M'KINNON. WASHINGTON, Oct." 27. President McKinley today appointed the Rev. W. D. McKinnon, late chaplain of the First California Volunteers, chaplain in the regular Army. Chaplain McKinnon will return to the Philinnines verv shortly. Only the highest grade of RED RUB BER is used in the Stamps made by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. CO. CHARTERED FOR ISLAND PORTS. Novelty, Am. schr Newcastle Hawaiian Isles, Haw. ship. . .Newcastle Errol, Br. .ship Newcastle Lizzie Vance, Am. schr Newcastle Wm. Bowden, Am. schr. ...Newcastle Win. Carson, Am. bktn. . Newcastle J. L. Stanford, Am. bktn. ...Newcastle Newsboy, Am. bktn,. Newcastle Seminole, Am. bk Newcastle Dominion, Br. bk Newcastle Golden Shore. Am. sch. ..Newcastle Solveig, Nor. bk Newcastle Wm. Carson, Am. bkt. ... Newcastle Alex. McNeil, Am. bk. ....Newcastle Star of France, Haw. sch. ..Newcastle Cardigan Newcastle Adderly, Br. bk Newcastle Inverness shire, Br. sh Newcastle Oceania Vance, Am. sc Newcastle Robt. Sudden, Am. bkt Newcastle Chehalis, Am. bkt Newcastle Sonoma, Am. bk Newcastle Gulf Stream, Br. bk Newcastle Beechdale, Am. bk Nitrate ports St. Katherine, Am. bk. ...New York W. F. Babcock, Am., ship ..New York Metha Nelson, Am. sch Tacoma Geo. C. Perkins, Am. bg Tacoma Columbia, Am. sch. .... Gray's Har. Thos. S. Negus, Am. sch. ..San Diego "Calumet" makes the light est, 6weet06t and most wholesome broad and pastry. NONE SO GOOD. f NOT (' MADE BY trusi. J BY AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDERS Will b? re vived at th? OrTio? of the Minister of :h Interior until Thurs day. Novemb-r :h. at 12 oY!o-k noon, for furnishing to the Uxi-l Super visor of Honolulu th fallowing sup plies in qiuntkies as required frni time to time for the Bureau of R-jj.1 and Bridge. Honolulu, during th :rm of six months, from November II. lyj . SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES Required by tho Bure.v.i of Honolulu Roads for the term of six (.) m,n:h.. commencing November 11th. lv:. BUILDING MATERIAL. Red bricks, per M. Portland cement, per bbl. lof ! lbs.) California lime, per bbl. COAL. Blacksmith's best Cumberland. 2JP. lbs.) per ton. Departure Bay, (2210 lbs.) per ton. HARNESS, LEATHER AND FIND INGS. No. 1 harness leather. pr lb. Lace leather, per foot. Collar pads per dozen pilrs l.ost quality). Cart saddles, each. Hames, per dozen pairs. Hcrse collars. B. T. or C. C. e.u-h. Horse blankets. No. 1. per dazMi pairs. Neats' foot oil. per gallon. Frazer's axle grease, per dozen 10 case lots). IRON AND STEEL. Bar steel, per lb. Bar iron, per lb. Norway iron, per lb. LUMBER. Northwest lumber, rough, per M fet. Northwest timber, per M feet. Northwest battens, per M feet. Redwood posts, each (7 feet). NAILS. Cut nails, per keg. Iron. 8d. lOd. lid. 20d, 30d, 4 Oil. COd. Wire nails, per keg. ;d, Sd. 10.1. Galvanized nails, per keg. Sd. 1P1. 12d. 20d, 30d, 40d. fiOd. Spikes, galvanized, per keg. Hn.. 5in.. Gin.. 7in. PAINT AND PAINT OIL. Pioneer white lead, per 50-lb. keg. Linseed oil. (boiled) per ."-gallon drum. LUBRICATING AND MACHINE OIL. (Per gallon, barrel lois.l Cylinder oil. r.00 W E. Lard oil, No. 1. Black oil. Machine oil. Mineral castor oil. POWDER AND FUSE. Black blasting, per 25-lb. drum. 25 drum lots. Giant No. 1, 50-1 h. case (5 case lo:s. Giant No. 2, 50-lb. case (5 case lots). Giant powder caps, per doz. boxes. Fuse, double tape, per looti feet. TOOLS AND HARDWARE. Shovels, Ames Scoop. No. 3. per dozen. Shovels. Ames' L. H.. per dozen. Shovels. Ames D., per dozen. Handles for same, "Scoop," per doz. "L. II." per doz.. "IV per doz. Picks. "Hunts," per doz. Picks. "Iron City." per doz. Handles for same. "Hunts. per d:iz. "Iron City" per doz. Handles for same. "Iron City. per doz. Ax handles, per doz. Planters hoes, per doz. Handles for same. "Planters." per. doz. Hammers, sledge, per lb. Hammers, stone, per lb. Handles for same, "Sledge." per d:iz. "Stone" per doz. Stone picks, per doz. Files, flat, basted, per doz., 12in.. 1 tin.. ICin. Dandy brushes, best quality, per doz. Crowbars, per lb. Brooms, push. 14-in.. glued back. etc. Copper rivets, per lb. Wheel-barrows, iron tray. each. Wheel-barrows, wooden tray, iron wheel, each. Carriage bolts, per cent, olf (prict list furnished). Machine bolts, per cent off (pritv list furnished). Lanterns. Dietz tubular No. O. per doz. Globes for same. red. per doz. SUNDRIES. Dynamo waste, per lb. Coal tar, per bbl. Manila rope, per lb. Sheet rubber packing. pr lb. Kerosene oil. 10 case lois t Brand I. per case. HAY AND GRAIN. California wheat hay. (largo bales i per lb. No. 1 rolled barley, per lb. No. 1 surprise oats, per lb. Wheat bran, per lb. Samples of grain to accompany each bid. The United States of America sonable sum as may b naniil l.y :h Minister, for the furn!hins l:i . ,.:.. anc? with th tndr f u.-h it'j '.. the .rhtlu!e as may ! approval by :h Minister, and r.otlrb d :r :.! !.. i -r. ...... ..... klj aci ui it.r;r lossros nave auisoriirtJ oia v no; bind him.!f to .;.; '...: nu:oa ai ta international KxML'iloa fcrM la !!; City or irzucico. ruir 1 IMlnr.1. It. K - 1 . i . t m. . t m M.rif mfe!ri ! bZ ru&lsrr natrd and wr'.l tt:!. Ivrramcn: in o-ialtty. cJrar ac4 trarVHcg. a x (S:pncd) A. H. imENEM AN. In4!r:dual Ju !s. JOHN BOYD THATCHER. Chairman Ktrc-Jtit Coaaltsc on .war:. or any bid. ALEX. YOUNG. Minis;-r t.f l.n ri r Iat'Tl.ir OMi . ,.v. NOTICE TO UUUIT IMit)RTi:K. Owing to a uivivr-l !y t:. Govcrr.nit n: En:;)tn :!t. Prof. A. Kuebele. railed th,. Mediterranean 5!; ar.l rvhU-Ii Is dIr. nnu'i iljnus- ft the fruits in th Au:r.iti.:i eon' and S.ut'. S N'.ands. n.iti i ! r by glen by th IJurl of As:rU ti!t:re and Forestry that :!: imp.irtatl.m of fruits from the Australian cotonl- s ,r.A the S iuth Sa I.I.miN i-j i:rie;!y f r bilden. DAVID II AUGHS. Secretary r::d U.ir.;m!s!!::ier of Acri culture. Honolulu. Nov. t. .V.v 2 1 22-1 in lilipolji. la tLc yrar to i!vrr a rarviaj fur rlfc nsrrit. bch l rual upon the ficdinc of a Nurt of International JaJ:r. lo KfbM HC. J pan. Hyeca; EibiMt. Mineral Water: AaM fr allc4!!i5 wi'rr. wi THE ABOVE AWARD TO 55 IRRIGATION NOT1CC Holders of water privileges, or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the hours for Irrigation purpose are from 6 to 8 o'clock a. m. and fron 4 to 6 o'clock p. ci. ANDREW BROWN. Supt. Honolulu Water Workn. Approved by: J. A. KING, Minister of Interior. Honolulu. June 14. 1S09. Messrs. John M. Kea and J.ihti W. Short have this day been ap;Hiinted Notaries Public for the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawaiian Islands. ALEX. YOUNG. Minister of the Intrlr. Interior OIP.ro, Nov. 3. 1 ':. T.i Bids must be in accordance with the above schedule and must b endorsed "Tenders of Supplies. Honolulu Roads. and all supplies must be delivered at the point required within on mile of the Post Office, free of charge and are subject to the Road Supervisor's ap proval. Bonds will be required in such rea Aloha Collection of " HAWAIIAN SONGS. For Sale at tho Hawaiian Bazaar, MASONIC TEMPLE. Corner Hotel and Alake.i Street. MISMOItLAL. SOUVENIR PnOTO lUJTTONS Of the Late Cabinet MlnUter, Gapt. Jas. A. King Now for Sale by B. LICHTIG, COG Fort StrecL Above Dewey Rcstraurant. 11 fl IS6 STREET. 108 KING G.J.Waller : Manage Wholesalle and Retail AND NAVY CONTRACTORS HAWAII SHINPO SHA THE FICNIER JAPANESE PfilKIIJW OFFICE The publishers of MHawall SMnpo, The only dally Japanese paper pub lished In the Islands. EDITOR Y.SOCA. FHOPHltTOH C SHIOZAWA. Office Nuuanu avenue, above Bere- tanla street. "Hirano Water was the onlv iiriz e'urcl liv anv ICitom Mineral Water, at the WorhlV i ohi.nl OffO- FOR SALE BY W. Co Peacock & Cdo9 Ltd 48 Bottles. SOLE ACEWTG. Price. $330 per case- BY THE MARIE HACKFELD We Have Receive! a Iirvo Aortinent of Morton's and Crosse & BlackwclPs Hardware, Filters, Crockery, Glasware, Iron Bedsteads, Carborlineum, Stockholm Tar, Demijohns, Etc., Etc., Etc. AIo. a iioiv line nf Cfooistmniais dls which will he on exhibition joonv M. HaekiFeld . LM BASE TOLL Bounded by Kccaumoku, Kinau. Piikol and Lunalilo Streets. Only one block from the Beretanla Street car line. The Silent Barter Shop Ladies' Boot-Black Stanj In rear of shop. JOSEPH FERNANDEZ, Propr Arlington Hotel, Hotel Street. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO Stoam Engtnos. BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS. COOLERS BRASS AND LEAD CASTING3, Ind machinery of ererj d!crtpJo xn&de to order. Particular attenlloc paid to ship's blacksmlthln;. Jot work ezecnusi on the shortest sotlef "SID. & GEORGE" ticcfsrors to Van Irr. Cigars, Tobacco and Cold Drinks. Ill Fort St. near tnM 5od.i Vurk-. A. AT- HEWETT, FreigM Clerk and Stevedore OLD RKLIAHLi: ACAIN ON DUCK Oilier at tho oM van dorni: riti:ii5i:. Mauka of Consolidated So-la Work. 'Yh Tract is situated in one of the limM resilience portions of Honolulu, ami in a ilirert line with the cooling ureees of Makiki. Lots oifxlMI feL will Ik3 miM fur the rxr.iMitiahle price of SlJ.V). Terms $-0 rah: balance on installments paymenti to suit purchaser. This land ha- a very gentle lojef ami purchasers can immediately 'ommence liuildin operations Karlv pur chasei can Secure Choice ICHations For further particulars apply to (Sear, Lannsnmigj o.ff JUDD BUILDING. BIG DROP IN S!T VFR Ayn n courn p ooo 507 r'orl s'" Th? uholc :qJc of sllrer and sllrrr-plateJ ware nsat be cIom-4 oat la th- r.xt thirty l.ijr. to make roosi for XMAS STOCK, v Watch th? Window for DAItGAIN.s NO IE A FEW OF THE PRICES: Svrup Jut: lc Tub Watrr Pitcher ... Jr Cac Oratj Iloat ralr Car.il.:ick!i ?.in!!r. D'.h OLD PRICK. .$ 6.1-0 . S.iO 7.C-J . 10.CO . 7.W . 10.CO . I0.W Nnw OLD I'llICIl pnicil I l.vj sia-bold'r f 9.(x J.J X. S.W Walter 10.CKI 2. M ltry SU Z tr. IZZ.fO 3. C) lc Crraci. 13 rr. ... rt) 00 4. W ll-att-r 12 ru 15.00 IS to NEW rmcn t r.rs 3.00 Several hun!rel p!cct at the a hot- ra:-: nsoi nf iL- r. rll-knonn firm of IW4 z tlarton. ib!ch In a f :at raran7 t?..;r n :a!;:r. TKRMS 5I"OT CASH. W. R. COUNTER, WATCJilk ami OITICIAN Ecad the Advertiser 75 Cents a Month.