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THE PACIEIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 3, 1901.
10 CELEBRATED BO WEN . O. F. C, WHISKY EXTRA ALSO FRESH SUPPLY OF - i mo rn o o A M n V I - Just the thing for Cramps and Stomach Tioubles. No fam ily should be without it. A Fine Supply of Other Liquors Always On Hand. -- GOMES & McTIGHE 95 KING ST. TEL. 140. P. O. BOX 755. STR0N 'E and BLOCKS, TO HANDLE MACHINERY. We carry In stock a special 4-slrand-ed rope Z and Vfc inches in clrcum 'erence manufactured to our order. This rope is 25 per cent, stronger than urdinnry 2-stranded cordage. We also carry extra strong blocks, fitted w ith metalUne or roller bushings. Plantation managers wilt be furnish ed with any Information in reference to equipment for hand'!::?:' heavy weights, by our manager. Captain C. J. Camp bell. A full stock of well-boring rope. Wire rope of all descriptions and blocks and other equipment for the same. Steam plow rope, guaranteed to be the best in the world. Special wire and Manila ropes manu factured to ordpr. A full line of paints, oils and var nishes of superior qutJUy. especially manufactured to withstand the actio f sea air. an terns and lamps for ships se L ... . . . . . . ansta full stock of general ship ciana lery WILDSR'S STEAHSHIPXO.. SHIP CHATSDLERY department. Captain. CV CAMPBELL. Mgr. it I 19 WHEN ON, LOOKS LIKE SNOW. f Irf.M.H lVl.f:IU B I 1 .. JUST PUBLISHED! By tbe Hawaiian Mission Ciiliren's Socieiy. a HISTlRICflL ffll'SSTdWRY -ALBUM j containing brief sketches of 182 Prot j estant Missionaries to Hawaii, and j half-tone engravings of 132 of them. The book is 9xl2 t inches, has .110 pages, and weighs, when wrapped for i mallrng, aboit 3 pounds. URK and Lewis are in arms against their old enemy, Baugh, the agent or "walking, delegate" of the Sailor's Union. The trouble is over the America- bark Foohng Suey, which arrived from New York August TURK and Lewis are in arms mugm oi-i r-uss-uiy me exact amount - , . i,.u wiI1 never be known, as a number of agamst their old enem. Laugh, ,ndivMua, fortune-s were lost. Captain ! a . ' n.i .1.1 r ... . -.. . ,'e . v. ir. . . . i . . jujtt: uj me aiujiiieu roucf, wno nas j been statio'nerl at Dawson, says there were four boxes of bank gold contain- ! ins 3" pounds each, or a total of , 1400 ! pounds. Estimating it roughly at $300 rtf-r nounrl. wouM hrinrj- th' zmr,tm i r i 26. The Foohng Suey's trouble be?an j to joso.O-A Then there were individual! at 5 o'clock on the evening of the day I amount, such as that of Mr. Hart, some ! , , , - ,.. ot which had been cons'gned to the care' of her arrival. When the o o clock. of the purser. irr. Hart fai1 0n Sunday ; Whistle blew the sailors with one accord j night that his jjrip contained $35.0, and ' , ... ., onrtv,fn n understood that one of the unfortu- uropj-tru r.pr- - ; ? . ate who we drownod nad an eqaa, they happened to have in their hands amount. Probably the treasure on the and said thev would work no later. ( learner something over M,0UO. Freeman is Commodore. Price, bound in dark cloth. $5.00 in Morocco, 7,50 Fostage. 25c. I xua. Sample copies may be seen at Thrum's Book Store,' Fort St. Orders will be filled upon application to R. W. Andrews, telephone Blue 1052, or P. Q. box 143. Captain Wiilett protested or rather or dered the men back to their work to At the regular meeting of Honolulu trim the ship and make ready for shift-j Harbor Masters and Pilots on Sunday ing the vessel to another wharf the next evening the name of Captain Freeman, day. The sailors refused, jumped the master of t'he flagship Kinau of the vessel and the Captain had to hands to jnake the required r hire shor shift. Thi e Wilder fleet, was offered for Commodore of the association. The name was' voted upon resulting in his unanimous eiec- cost him a goodly sum which, of course ' ion commodore Freeman will here- was deducted from the wages of the after be privileged to 'fly the commo quitters. ' dore's flag on the Kinau at any and all The Captain laid the trouble to Aeot ' times- The actlon of the Harbor will . . . be communicated to the Hito members Baugh of the Sailors Union, and de- go that the display of be Commodore nounced Baugh and the organization nag at that portwill not fee construed generally as one which made more as belonging to any other Commodore trouble for a sea captain than anything in the fleet. Four, new members were x . , . t. i initiated at the meeting, else. It is alleged that Baugh and some of his men started the bail rolling I Transport Service is Costly. amongst the deserting sailors, by caus- I General O. F. Long, superintendent of ing them to prefer charges against the the army transport service in San Fran mate. The charges fell flat in United ciseo, is preparing his annual report to States Commissioner Robinson's court the Quartermaster General of the Army, and another case of fraudulent abuse of It wm Khow that ln round numbers, $20.- the sailor s privilege was recoruea ,000,000 have been disbursed there in the And has the same cooling effect, but is everlasting. CCOLS FIFTEEN DEGREES. California Feed Co, AGENTS FROM MAUI! . KAjllKINUI MEAT! FRESH EVfeRY DAY FOR SALE AT THE PRrTMiirlrfit tollc 1 0 JR. lf C. Q. YEE HOP & CO., PROPRIETORS Aj goon as the new building is com leted on the corner of AJakea and Ber- tanla streets we will open a branch market. Everything Reduced 15 per cent. GRAND CLEARANCE SALE .POSITIVELY SCPt. lSt Come and See for Yourself ! M. CHIYA, Telephone 3311 White. Corner of Nuuand and Hotel Streets. L M. SHIGETA CONTRACTING CARPENTER. PA PERING, PAINTER. Bere'mta Ave., corner of Maunakea St ..Lowest Prices. against the Union. Now Baugh says publicly that he wasn't "It," but that Turk and Lewis are to blame, and that they were at the bottom of the entire trouble. Baugh claims that Turk and Lewis were "sore" after the Foohng Suey ar rived because they could not win men over to their side. Baugh claims that the Heavenly Twins had a bottle handy when they went aboard, but that Mc Carthy, the big tow-headed crimp, got the best of them. Baugh claims also that Turk and Lewis needed a crev for the St. Nicholas and banked on obtain ing the Foohng Suey's crew for that vessel. Baugh is also just as certain that the ships which employ union sail ors never have any trouble, and in his statement of what he thinks the Heav enly Twins, have done, he takes occa sion also to offer a little advice to ship captains as to what kind of crews they should take aboard. Turk and Lewis claim that they have enough of the waterfront's troubles laid at their door without having those of Baugh loaded onto their shoulders. They denounce Baugh's statement as being without a single item of truth and point to the result of the charges against the Foohng Suey's mate. "Why, the Captain himself exposed Bausrh an being the perpetrator of the job on the very day that the sailors de serted ths ship," both declare. "Baugh is trying to sneak out of a bad job and thinks he can put the whole thing on our shoulders. As for . McCarthy, or Gray, or whatever name he is travel ling under, we don't care to discuss him at all. He doesn't enter Into this con troversy. Its Baugh we're talking about Baugh, the man who Is known as making the biggest lot of trouble on the waterfront." Longshoreman's Union Perfected The meeting of stevedores and long shoremen held a week ago last Sunday to formulate plans for the proposed Longshoremen's Union of Honolulu was productive of the desired results day before yesterday. A meeting was held in the afternoon In the old rooms of the Peniel Mission where the organization was perfected. Dues in small sums, the minimum being twenty-five cents were collected from about one hundred men. rsatives ana .Portuguese make up a large proportion of the union, the steve dores for the Oceanic and Pacific Mail docks having become affiliated with it The first request of the union of the employers will be to give work to union men only. As past conditions have been greatly in favor of the stevedores, the announcement that this request is to be made may cause a divergence between the employers and employer. The lead ers of the movement state they do not i intend to' inaugurate striken. As the present method ot obtaining workers when a vessel is coming itito port Is by choice on the part of the dock super intendents, the employers may look upon the organization as a method to foist men whom they do not want, upon their superintendents. Quiet Day on the Waterfront. The waterfront presented a deserted appearance yesterday, overshadowing even a dull Sunday. No arrivals no departures tells the story of the ship ping. The island boats were tied up at their wharves, the merchant vessels lay idle while the crews were up town enjoying the Labor Day festivities. The sailor is a much of a Labor Day man as any landlubber. Looking for the Gaelic. About the only interest yesterday on the waterfront was centered in booking for the Gaelic which was scheduled to leave San Francisco on August 27. She will bring five days' later newspaper files and mail. Alaska Gold Lost on Islander. Victoria, B. C, Aug. 24. The steamer Islander, which was wrecked off Doug lass Island, near Juneau, Alaska, Aug ust IS, had a large amount of gold on hoard. The estimate ranges from one qiiartcr of a million uptto two millions, while In some j quarters the ill-fated steamer Is said to have had one of the largest consignments of treasure yet maintenance of the transport service. The estimated cost of transporting a soldier from San Francisco to Manila is shown to be -$136; for a cabin passenger. A COMMUNICATION. Mr. Editor Allow me to speak a few words in favor of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I suffered for three years with the bronchitis and could not sleep at nights. I tried several doctors and various patent medicines, but could get nothing to give me any relief until my wife got a bottle of this valuable medi cine, which has completely relieved me. W. S. Brockman, Bagnell, Mo. This, remedy is for sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., wholesale agents. Opening Aniiiiincunent! JOSEPH KARTMANN AND COMPANY. WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS. WAVERLEY BLOCK. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED. Telephone 219. Sheriff's Sale Kernel Soda AT HOME, At the Club, at your Receptions and at all Sccial Gatherings, it is so refreshing. Carbonated by the - CONSOLIDATED WATER WORKS CO.. Sole Agents for the Territory of Hawaii. Office and works, 601 Fort St Telephone Main 71. OF in pursuance of an execution Issued out of the Circuit Court, First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, on the-9th day of August, A. D. 1001, in re matter of Kwong Mow vs. Kiliona, I have levied the real property of said Kiliona on this 20th day of August, A. D. 1901, and shall expose said property for sale at Public Auction to the highest bidder, at the Hauula Court House, at Koolau- loa. Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, of Thursday, the 19th day of Septem ber, A. D. 1901, unless the judgment. amounting to $1,314, interest, cost and my expenses are previously paid. Said property levied upon being to wit: A valuable rice or kalo land situated at Punaluu, Koolauloa, Island of Oahu. Royal Patent No. -3959, L. C. A. No. 7C94, to Kahaleaahu. Area 8.15 acres, more or less. FRANK PAHIA, Deputy Sheriff of Koolauloa, Island of Oahu. 5941 AN IMPORTANT MEETING Ot Honolulu Lodge No. ll. B. P. O. , will be hel- at Pro grew Hall, Fori treet, every Monday evenln, at 7: yclock. All Elks are requested to be present By order of the E. R. H. D. COUZENS. Secretary COTTON BROS. & CO. Enoinkers and General Contractors. Plans and Estimates furnished for all classes of Contracting Work. Room 000. Boston Block, Honolulu. L.IIM SING, Merchant Tailor Cor. Beretanla and Emma Sts P. O. Box 931. Cleaning and Repairing PIANOS AND ORGANS Tuned, Repaired and Polished. All Kinds of Musical Instruments Repaired. First-class Work Guaranteed. Expert Robt G. O. Muller P. O. Box 642. Razors Hosed 2nd Set AT TH B- Hawaiian Hotel Barber Shop FOB 25 0-33STTS. SHIRT WAIST HAS Recuced to $2.50, at MISS N. F. HAWLEY'S tlO-211 Boston Building Everybody Drinks HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS' GINGER ALE. RouT BEER. LEMON AND CREAM SODA. Emma and Vineyard streets: 'Phor Blue 1871. . Custom Bouse Blank. Of All Kind HAWAIIAN OAZETTK COA1"m l3PQ.ES. WingWoGhan&Co Ebony Furniture, Cigars and Tobaccos, Chinese and Japanese Teas, Crockery, Mattings, Vases, Camphorwood Trunks, Rattan Chairs. SILKS AND SATINS OF ALL KINDS. 210-212 Nuuanu Street. . Offices for Rent. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS offices for rent in the Mcuntjcki BUILDING, now being erected at cor ner of Fort and King streets, this city. Apply to E. F. BISHOP, At C. Brewer & Co's. Queen St. ALL KINDS OF Mubber Goods Goodyear Rubber Co. R. H.' PEASE, President, San Francisco. Cal., U.S.A. WEAK MEN CURED by n PIERCE'S pTR,Ai?5;m- Dregs 1 Inveatarate Send lor "Booklet No. 2." Addree: PIERCE ELECTRIC CO. B20 Murlet Pt..F.F CARRIAGES SEE OUR SPECIAL TO 10SERS II THE SEATTLE BEER -AT THE- CRITERION SALOON. FRENCH OR GERMAN Conversation taught In three months Satisfaction guaranteed, by the NA TIONAL METHOD. Every one mvit ed to a FREE lesson. For full par ticulars, address L. MATHEWS, Box 640 mm PBDFQS1TILM if -STOCK URDSnm.l i MIL All the Latest Stjles and Prices BUGGIES, SURREYS, PHETONS HARNESS, WHIPS. ROBES, LAMPS INSPECT OUR SI0(K! We 'o all kinds of Hamets Woik The Fims' Materii Hnnd-MndA Hsttiprs n Snppialtv fTnrsfi Unnts Mnd t OrrW ( Used n Our WCr ; Our Prices are tbe Lowest ! Our Work is ihe Best! PACIFIC VIHiCLE A1ND 1UFFLY CO, Lid. BERETANIA STREET, NEAR FORT STREET FOR SALE .AT. Reduced Prices, HAENESS OF ALL KINDS. LOOK IN AND SEE OUR PRICES AUNUFACTURING HARNESS CO, CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS. P. O. Box 322. Telephone No. 22S. ULxnitT-ixe Ccrxapany IRON BEDSTEADS, Baby Carriages and Go-Carts, Red Room Sets. Full Lire oflBarWChaire. RAfrifyprators and Ice Boxes p. o."bcx535 w. LEDERER-IiIe- Beretania Street, nezt to ure gwwu. POWDERS coib-tw Avf CERTAIN CUBE FOR W CUJll'l - I , Headacltes ar-cl nsreviraigr . rsrvv 25 UtN i a t d-. oly at HONOLULU DRUG COMPj r rr nr OttO A. ' Y: WO SING CO. Groceries, fresh Island Butter, Green and Roasted Coffee, fresh Pro visions and Fruits imported by every steamer. CLUB STABLES BLDG., Fort St. Goods delivered to any part of the citv. 'Phone Main 238. HA'NG XEE CHAW 1223 FORT STEET, Just Above Orpheum. GROCERIES, FISH. CALIFORNIA FRUITS. Telephone N. 241 White. Smoked by Everybody-, CITT. 5c BEST MADE. TRY ONE on salb at Hawaiian Tobacco AND ALL CIGAR STORES IN ?H