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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU. OCTOBER 3, 1900.
JUST ARRIVED PF.R AUSTRALL The hut Invoice of Reduction To make room for a lare invoice of VEHICLES now on the way. For a limited time we ill offer oar present stock of Buggies, Runabouts, Phaetons, Surreys, ETC.f ETC., ETC. At greatly reduced prices. Don't lose this opportunity Erf See our stock of Delivery Wagons, Drays, Etc., Harness. Whips, Robes Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co., IMI DAT BLOCK. THE LEADER OF MINERAL WATERS IS Shasta Water. Nature's moit wonderful gift. Drink It once and you will drink no other Tatar. It la a water that should be on the table at all times, containing Bough minerals to keep the system In a proper tone. Nothing injurious Barged Into Shasta Water that will bring on illness, but drives Illness away, Shasta Water and Shasta Ginger Ale ARE USED EXCLUSIVELY BT THE COafFANT IN ALL ITS DININO CAR9. W. C. Peacock & Co. GET THE BEST Ready Rock Roofing IT MA5 STOOD THfc TEST FOR 25 YEARS Ready Rock Roof Paint Is the best tetters, eta Sunshine Water Heater .... 'aqbnts for ot water day and night without Alpine Cement, Monterey Sand, Mortar Stains, Paper and Paper Baps, Boltz Clymer & Co's Cigars. HAWAIIAN TRADING CO., Ltd. FORT STREET. LOVE BUILDING. r SHREVE & CO., San Francisco. TO FACILITATE TRADE with the Hawaiian Islands, will deliver all food, purchased or ordered of them. FREE OF ALL CHARGES FOR TRANSPORTATION to Honolulu, or returning same to San Francisco. Goods will be sent on selection tn thoee known to the firm, or who will furnish satis factory references In Ban Francisco. JEWELERS ID II SiLVERWHRE MANUFACTURERS MARKET AND TOST STREETS, SAN FRANCISCO. Illustrated catalogue and price, furnished upon receipt of request. We have th. largest manufactory of Jewelry and Silverware west of New Tor. city, aad are prepared to furnish special designs. Sale BERETANIA STREET. SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD for all kinds M of roofs, smokestacks t he use of fire. Call and see it working Canned Fruits. Pet and Highland Cream, Standard Biscuit Co. ssjbsbbsbbsisi sj Hawaiian Carriage Mfg. Co BUILDERS OF VEHICLES FOR ISLAND 00- REPAIRING given prompt and careful attention SOLE AGENTS FOB Rubber Tire Wheel Co. Tbe moDt durable Rubber-Tire made III (totes St TELEPHONE MAIN 47. WT - j A typhoon kept the American Maru back one day on her trip from Hong kong to Honolulu. The American' Ma ru, which arrived here yesterday after noon, was to have left Hongkong on September 11th. A fierce typhoon from the Southwest, however, rendered it necessary for the big vessel to wait un til the 13th. All during the two pre ceding days the storm raged outside while the Maru waited in port until it should subside. On the' run from Amoy to Shanghai the steamship weathered the fag end of another typhoon. Very little inconvenience was experienced by those aboard. The finest of weather was enjoyed duriner the rest of the jour ney to this port. Besides bringing two cabin passen gers, two in the European steerage and twenty-five in the Asiatic steerage for Honolulu, the America Maru has, for San Francisco, six European steerage, ninety-nine Asiatic steerage and the following cabin passengers: Mr. H. Olin Cady, Mrs. H. Olin Cady and child. Mrs. Goodrich and 3 children, Dr. F. W. Haker, Mr. S. H. Knowk-s. Mr. F. B. Morse, Mr. K. Nak rasin. Mr. M. Nitta. Mr. L. Rosenthal, Mrs. L. Rosenthal and child, Mr. R. S. Keel, Mrs. R. S. Keel, Capt. R. K. Walker, Mrs. A. E. Walker and child, Mr. O. K. Davis, Lieut. Dolgoroukoff. EteV. F. D. Gamewell, Mrs. F. D. Gajne-u.-ll, Mr. J. H. Greefkens, Mr. K. Ka mio, Rev. J. A. Miller, Mrs. J. A. Miller and 3 children. Miss K. L. ORborn, umdr. R. P. Rogers, U. S. A., Mr. K. 1'shijima. Mrs. K. Ushijima, Mrs. Van Xamee and child, Mrs. G. T. Williams, Mr. J. D. York. Mrs. J. D. York. The following are missionaries going home from China: Mr. and Mrs. H. Olin Cady and child. Mrs. Goodrich and three children. Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Gamewell, Rev. ami Mrs. J. A. Miller and three children and Miss K. L. Og born. The America Maru has $281,000 in her treasure vault, in transit. She sails for San Francisco at 9 o'clock this morning. THE MAI" X A LOA. Steamer Mauna Loa arrived early yesterday morning. Hr report is as follows: 'Cleaned out Honuapo an 1 left ft? bags of sugar at Punaluu. Lit tle rain and smooth weather. Thr--Wert 4."0u bags of sugar at H. S. Co., and none at P. S. M.. No rain and smooth weather. The Mauna Loa touch ed bottom at Maalaea bay. She backed off without any trouble and, as far as can be learned the steamer has suffer ed no damage." She brought the following cargo: 10,250 bags sugar, 39 bags coffee. 63 bun-I dies bananas, 34 kegs butter, 35 bundles hides. 7 bundles tobacco, 6 his and 351 packages sundries. ORIENTAL SHIPPING. The steamship Bergenhus for Hono lulu. San Diego and San Francisco, w ill leave Yokohama on the 6th instant-. The United States hospital ship Re- Uet arrived at Nagasaki frm Taku m Euterpe, Am. sp., Sachs, Newcastle, Sep- September 20th. with 102 invalids, of! tember 18. whom M were suffering from dysen- F 8. Redfleld, Am. schr., Jorgenson, Port tery. She will stay at Nagasaki for ! Gamble, August 18. about a month for repairs, and the suf- Fort George, Am. s-p., Morse Oyster Har ferers will be sent to San Francisco j r or, September 28. by another steamer. . Great Admiral, Am. sp., Sterling, New- The Fuku'oka Maru. with over eighty castle, September 16. hands of th- Mitsubishi shipyard on j Kllmory, Br. sp., Corrance, Liverpool, hoard, has sailed for Formosa to float' Eng., August 7. the stranded steamer Taiehu Maru. It Olympic, Am. bk., Glbbs, San Francisco, is reported that the steamer has fortu- 1 September 29. rat- ly sustain-- nn damage to her bot- R p Rlthet, Am. bk., McPhall, San Fran torn. I Cisco, September 12. It is anticipated that the wintering of StJrn- Nor. bk., Ellefsen, Newcastle, the allied arrnirs at Tien-Tsin will in-! September 30. - the activitv . t th. shipping Sebastian Bach. Br. bk.. Nagasaki. Feb- HZ ' V J""11" ' UV if "rai luuir, mu i litre are aire.iav indications that the freight rates for hina will be raised by 20 to 30 per cent before long. It is rumored that the steamer Na gata Maru. which left Kobe on Septem ber 10th for Taku with 500 Japanese transport roon.-p ior tn- Kronen armv on board, has met with an accident In AMERICAN SHIP ADMIRAL, lrr - ' " -A 1 ssssstsssHt Wm I sssssMrfi nl 1 tgMmaaammnaaaaaaaaaaLkimmdaaaaaamaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa -!SJIP!PbssssssssssswbssWI THJE AMKHICAN ship Great Admiral, Captain E. R. Sterling now in ro-t Is a full-riKS,d ghrip of about MM tons. She is a vessel of graceful propor tions, great strength find excellent sailing qualities. Captain Sterling is her owner, having bought n,r in is-7. The Captain, though a young man, has-been to sea nearly twenty-four years, being master of a vessel for the greater part of that period. He takes his wife and children along with him wherever he goes iTtol'T' i.He G(:fat1,Ad,nlral Present a most comfortable and co- scene m.nvT H- . ' Ir?-, 8tel;,,nK 's traveled on the ocean with her htnbead for many years is a good sailor and enjoys her life on the brinv. wh,aPhT. uiS rJIf S nr"V,0yaK ,WUh lhe Great Admiral wa's'begun in Julv. 1897. I he sailed from Brooklyn with a general cargo for Rio de Janeiro R o was reached in September of the same yew and left in October From R ' the Great tbJ&tfl E5?i2J? MaT'a ,,!ir,ng the Spanish war h's vessel aaa the laat to leave Manila before th? entrance of Admiral Dewey's fleet into the harbor. The Great Admiral was ifterwards chase!! by a Spanish gunlao while on her way to Hongkong. Lm oh verly managed to give theemy the slip under cover of darkness. On arriving at Hongkong, the Great Admiral was deta"nei some time, after whlcrr-Sbe sailed aroun.i Cape Horn for New York From New r8.h,f. We.nt in.t0 the X"- Honolulu and Coast trade. She was he alcut this time last year with coal from Newcastle Captain and Mrs. Sterling have traveled pretty nearly all over the world atfd ,hndl'nMan th" ?r' tr? f the eanh- The Gat Admiral in herder has h-i L?h 5r0Und,.m'Ry time8 a,'d knoW9 her wa' in almost a the oceans f . i,, i i 7 stualls too numerous to mention, gales uncountable, storms by he hundreds, hurricanes by the score and a few typhoons to boot. She hablls- he v.hL,Ph i" thr ,0Pi,CS rfrlrat her rigging where ice is Khng and felt the aried breeses of the temperate zones. From here the Great Admiral mSm to Seattle, in all probability. Captain Sterling eapecto to sail on SaturdS g the Gulf of Pechili, with the result that i some damage has been done to her 'hull. The vessel was able, however, to reach Taku safely. There was a serious disturbance on September 13, on the Dutch bark Pax, j which arrived at Tokyo from New York Ion the 12th. Four German seamen, armed with revolvers and knives, broke int.) the cabins of the first and second i officers, and besides threatening their lives, destroyed everything they could lay their hands upon. The water po tlce, who were at once notified, prompt ly arrested the offenders and took them , ashore. The following well known people left Yokohama for Australia on the Shinano 'Maru, last month: Gen. J. M. Bell, U. 1 S. A.: Mrs. Col. S. M. Mills, Miss Bry- ! ant. Miss B. Ferord, Miss Shaw, Miss Helen B. Wilson, Mrs. Warded, Mr. and Mrs J. Kernan and child, Lieut. W. J. Jolly, U. S. N.; Capt. R. Beatly, Mr. 1 H. S. Wheeler, Mr. E. W. Nardin, Rev, A. R. Fuller, Mr. Nokolai, Mr. J. ititurche, Mr. J. B. Brown, Mr. T. Mi- yoshi, Mr. I. Yezaki and Mr. H. Sayeki, in cabin. The steamer Shinano Maru has been chosen to take the place of the lately ' foundered Futami Maru. She is the largest of the newly built steamers of the Nippon Yusen Kwaisha, and is of 6,390 tons displacement, and over fifteen ! knots speed. She is said to have 36 ! cabins and 285 steerage rooms. j The United States transport Califor- nia arrived in Manila from San Fran I cisco, says the Japan Gazette, fifteen I days overdue in consequence of a j breakdown in her machinery. One of the blades of her propeller broke when she was about nine days out from Ho nolulu, after which she was compelled to lessen her speed and get to Guam as best she could. Within seven days of the breaking of the first blade an other blade of the propeller, contiguous to the one first broken, also gave way, and the vessel steamed into Guam har bor, almost a helpless cripple. She was compelled to lie at Guam for the period of fifteen days, while the repairs were being made, and in order to ac complish this work, 24,000 pieces of car go had to be shifted from stern to for ward, tilting the vessel seventeen feet, sufficient to enable the workmen to get at the broken propeller. VESSELS IN PORT. ARMY AND NAVY. O. 8. Tug Iroquois, Pond, Midway Isl and, August 5. MERCHANTMEN. (This list does not include coasters.) Abbey Palmer, Am. bk., Uhlberg, New castle, September 18. Ar.nie M. Campbell, Am. seh., Freidberg, Port Gamble, September 20. Avstralia, Am. stmr. Lawless, San Fran cisco, September 28. Challenger, Am. sp., Gould, New York. September 1. Clan Macpherson, Br. ip Maetlonald, Newcastle, October 1. F. B. Sutton, Am. sp., Carver, San Fran clfco, July 2S. Ounreggan, Br. bk.. Dixon, London, August 8. Esther Buhne, Am. schr., Salvesen, Eu reka, August 26. Enterprise, Am. schr., San Francisco, August 26. Skagit, Am. bk., Robinson, Port Gamble September 27. Ptur of Russia, Am Newcastle, October 2. sp.. Mortcnscn, W. B. Flint, Am. bk.. Johnson clsoo, September 20. San Fran- W .G. Irwin. Am. bk., Generaux, San Francisco, September 20. V. H. Ulmonil, Am. bktn.. Hanson. San I Francisco. September 30. GREAT NOW IN PORT With tie Change in Tariff Comes a sweeping reduction In the price of all goods of American manufacture. We have cut on every piece of Jewelry and silverware in the house, and you will be surprised at the great difference from for mer prices. No fear of compari sons here, where quality and pat tern are considerations. What do you think of full-sized solid silver teaspoons being re duced to $8.00 a dozen, with en graving thrown in, and all ar ticles of silverware reduced In like proportion. These are by no means catch prices, but regular prtce which will prevail here from now on, on all the different lines of goods from the States. While reducing all our Ameri can goods we have not changed the prices on any of our European potteries, glass and chinaware, and although the present cost is forty per cent more than former ly, while out present very large stock lasts we will sell at the old rates. This la a very large saving to you, and we recommend that you make your purchases from these lines now, before an ad vance becomes necessary. The Jeweler REMOVED TO THE Love : Block NEXT DOOR TO H. H. WILLIAMS FORT STREET. GrandOpening IN A FEW DAYS. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS. First Class Work Guaranteed Mr. Davey does not wleh his sitter -o accept work unless perfectly ati faetery. PHOTOGRAPHIC Co.1 LIMITED. MOTT-SMITH BLOCK, Gorier Fort and Hotel Btreeta. HUSTACE &C 0 DEALERS IN Wood and Coal. ALSO WHITE AND BLACK SAND Which w. will Mil at the lowest anarkit ratea. SEATTLE BEER AT THE- mm saloon, A. HARRISON ME CO. -limited- Sawing, Planing, Turning, Etc Large stock of Moldings kept on hand. Kiln Drying, a specialty Estimate. Furnished on Short Notice Kawalahao St., Kewalo. L f. Ill, FORT STREET. M. R, COUNTER 1 European Goods to be shipped to as Under the Old Tarifl, sjsjipbbJ which comprises an !, Use of Ladies' Golf Caoes Cricketing Flannels Bagatele Boards ETC. E.W. Jordan, 10 Fort Street. Island Realtv Company, Limited. F. J. LOW RUT, President. C. D. CHASE, Vice-President. ARTHUR B WOOD, Treasurer J. A. OILMAN, Secretary. U. P. DOLUS. Auditor. NOTICE. We buy and eel -alty, act aa ageaU appraisers,' trustees, ceivers and a derwriters. e. D. ehase, MANAGER Office 204 Judd Building. Telepfe ne. Main tit. Waikiki Inn, BEGINNING THURSDAY, Augus. SO. the WAIKIKI INN will run i wagonette for the benefit of It. patron, leaving; the corner of Fort and King streets as follows: FOR WAIKIKI INN: 9:30 A. M. 12:30 P. M. 5:30 P. M. FROM WAIKIKI INN. 7:41 A. M. 10:00 A. M. 4:3 P. 11. Single Fare, 25 cents; 8 tickets, $1.00. PROF. VAN PRANG'S ORCHESTRA will play during dinner at the Inn on Wednesday and Sunday evenings. H. N. ALflY, Manager. CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd HONOLULU. Commission Merchants SUGAR FACTORS. . AGENTS FOR The Ewa Plantation Co. The Walalua Agricultural Ce., lfc The Kohala Sugar Co. The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Koloa Agricaltural Co. Th. Fulton Iron Works, at. BUh Ma The Standard Oil Co. 4 The George F. Blake Steam Fan Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual Life t eurance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire Insuraac Da 0 Hartford, Conn. Th. Alliance Assurance Ce. at MB- THE Club Stables LIMITED. Telephone 477. CHAS. BELLINA, Mgr Rellahle Horeee, Sxperleaeec v New Riga, Fair Frtaea. The Instrument. Used la.... THE SILENT BARBER SHBP Are Thoroughly Dialaf acted JOSEPH FMBNANDSS, Frwa, ARLINGTON HOTEL, HOT11 FOR SALE. MAMMOTHROCKERS EX SHIP CHALLENGER. Apply to a BREWER at CO.. LTD., 6C48 Queen Btrest