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COMMERCIAL: ADVERTISER. HONOLULU; AUGUST 21, 190a.
10 a . , ; ! NEWS OF THE WATERFRONT. ? I '.-Igte Lands Sale Ll ft. r LOTS IN KING STREET TBACT, from $1,400 to $1,250 a lot, formerly known as & N. Wilcox's premises. TWENTY LOTS IN MANOA f ULLEY, formerly Montano's Tract, $2,500 a lot. FOUB HUNDRED LOTS IN KAIULANI TRACT, from $200 to $250 a lot. FIFTY LOTS IN KEKIO TRACT, opposite Makee Island SSOOalot. ' ONE HUNDRED LOTS IN KAPiOLANI TRACT, at $500 slot . Tor further particulars apply to & Company CampfcslI &locfc, Fort Street Merchant Tailors AND IMPORTERS 1111 3fcTwvia.3a."u. A.veaa.-u.e Oppoalte Goo Elm Near M. Chiya'i Hext to Corner Hotel and Kuuhbu Belts Made to Order in the Latest Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed Latest patterns and styles in Tailors' Goods Clothes Cleaned and Repaired HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING All? CONSTRUCTION CO. Booms 508-510 Stargenwald Bldg. ENGINEERS m COHTRACTCHS. Box 537. Phone Main 50. Use Pacneco's Dandruff Killer For lifeless, uneven and sickly hair. It keeps the scalp clean and free from disease. Pacheco's Dandruff Killer. For sale Dy all Druggists and at tne union Bar ber Shop. Tel. Main 232. 184 N. Hotel and 163 S. King St. Bisyclefi Exchanged, Repaired, Bought and Bold. Prices Reasonable, Tom Been's Planing Hill CONTRACTOR AND BUILDKK. Carpenter work of all kinds. Laree aortm.nt of bracket and mouldings ttt, t- . w.'" w.v.m - vrwu .v. nai diuupc iiMV 3 G. 0. YEE HOP & CO I KAHIK1M71 MEAT BAIIKET irf,BRK And Orocery. :""V ". FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. -'Iteraiaoia Street, corner Alakex, PhOM Blue mi. i a u mm mmmmamw m T P. M. CRUISER ADAMS TO VISIT HAWAII Also to Investigate Japinese Encroachment in Wake and Midway. Dispatches from Washington say that the cruiser Adams Is to make a trip to the Pacific islands and Will visit Hono lulu and make a cruise all around the Hawaii group. The principal object of the cruiser's visit Is to make a trip to Wake Island and the "Midway Islands, American possessions which have been usurped, by Japs. The Adams will be in charge of Commander Fox, who will make an investigation into the case of both Wake Island and the Midway group, and if it i3 ascertained that the Jap anese have settled in those islands with the sanction of the Jap government with the view of laying a claim to sovereignty over them, representations will be made to Japan on the subject with their object of securing their re moval. This action was determined upon by the State Department as a result of re ports stating that the Japs had settled on those islands. The master of the transport Buford recently sent a com munication to the department saying are fourteen boilers, of the Scotch type, that while his vessel was approaching with fifty-six furnaces, and in the en wov Tcianri in T.ino ho riispovpred that eine-room. besides the officers connect- the island was inhabitated by a party of .Japanese. While the steamer Nero was making a survey of the Pacific for , . i a v.i i loon lionnir. ' ered that the Midway Islands were in- Concerning the Korea's accommoda-, day afternoon, underwent some lm ...... - . . . . . , tv. Onw rionn!cnn r'Vu-nnlfle savs: ! -,.r.m,o nrlno' Vitr filnv In San hab:tateci oy Japanese, as oom mese islands are American territory the de-! partment considers it surprising the Japs should settle in them. that jSTewcastle Coal Trade. In his monthly circular concerning the condition of the coal trade, Mr. It. 13. Wallace of Newcastle, under date of ) July 25th, says: For Hawaii: The James Tuft, Golden Shore and William Bowden have been despatched to Ho- nolulu with 4290 tons coal. The ton- naee to load will take for Honolulu about 11.000 tons, and for Eleele 3000 tons. Ten shillings ($2.50) is the rate for charters to Hawaiian ports." The American snip jonn uurne ciear- ed from Newcastle on July 30 for Ho nolulu with 2531 tons of coal. The four masted schooner Omega is loading coal i for Honolulu. Oil as Fuel a Success. SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 14 Oil as fuel proved an unqualified success on the Oceanic Company's steamer Mari posa on the voyage to Tahiti. The , steamer reached port yesterday after- : noon, a day ahead of fcneduie time, surprising her owners as Well as every- body else interested in the arrival and departure of vessels. Captain Rennie reported that throughout the trip of 7200 miles to and from the South Seas the Mariposa behaved admirably, main taining her accustomed speed and meeting all requirements in a satisfac tory manner. ' Taropico Has a New Skipper. Captain C. W. Ames has succeeded Captain William Reed in command of the steamer Tampico of the Globe Nav igation Company. The Tampico is ex pected to arrive in port today, having left Seattle on August 11th. She has 2200 tons of cargo, a portion of which is coal for the United States govern-r ment. Shipping Notes. The Jap steamer Nippon Maru arriv ed at Yokohama on August 11th. The ship Edward Sewall, from Hono lulu, reached Philadelphia on August 9th j The barkentine Irmgard sailed from I San Francisco for Honolulu on August 11th. The steamer Miowera, from Hono lulu, arrived at Vancouver on August 11th. The bark Diamond Head arrived at Port Townsend from Honolulu on Au gust 13th. The schooner Olga arrived in San Francisco on August 10th, 26 days from Mahukona. The bark S. C. Allen, Johnson, arriv ed in San Francisco on August 10th, 27 days from Honolulu. nacti ao,o iak .c, coal" for Honolulu. " " ci- ivainenne sauea irom r c XT. : .. . . . n . , -. , San Francisco on August 12th with a general cargo for Hilo. The schooner Helene arrived in San Francisco on August 10th. Captain Christensen made the passage in the good time of 21 days from Honolulu.! The schooner W. F, Garms. now at Puc;et Sound, will take a cargo of lum- ber to Manila. Tne Schooner Alice Cooke and the barkentine Klikitat will bring lumber to Honolulu. S. S. KOREA, NOW IN SAN FRANCISCO. MASSIVE KOREA WILL BE ON TIME Champion of Parific Fleet is a Marvel of Modern Ship Building. The two million dollar Korea, largest and fastest of the ocean greyhounds of the Pacific steam fleet, arrived in San Francisco before the mail left. Messrs. Hackfeld & Co. of Honolulu, agents for the Pacific Mail Comapny's steamers state that the Korea will reach this port on schedule time, on the second of September. v When the Korea comes alongside the wharf in Honolulu she will probably meet the biggest crowd that ever as sembled in this city to witness the ar rival of a steamer. Many people wish to see her. She is one of the largest steamships ever built in the United States, having a length of 572 feet, breadth of 63 feet and 2 inches, and depth of 40 feet and 8 inches. She has a displacement of 18,400 tons, coal bun ker capacity of 2583 tons; water tanks, ballast, 3146 tons. The big vessel has a horse-power of 19,000, provided by two ! sets of quadruple, four-cylinder, four crank engines, with twin screws 19 feet and 6 inches in diameter. There ed with that department, there are siXj junior engineers, twelve oilers, three water-tenders, two electricians, and fi f tir fi rempti and cnal-TaSSerS. I nuns i.uc au - - "Nothing so large and massive in rine architecture has ever Deiore ii-. ,1 lo t , l' f nr nnv nthPf 111 tne Pacific, and' the furnishing and equip- ment or me sieamsnip aic m lvcyt""""lhe heavy scenery to be used Dy tne , with her size, for the Korea is designed( jjeuFrawley Theatrical Company dur- . . rrrm t-Kin ff t V fi first . . . a a 1 n V-i Wiom- ! as a speedy passenger ship of the first class She has handsome accommoda- tions for 227 saloon passengers, and hundreds of steerage passengers can be accommodated in both the Europe- ,mriro nnor tvit. f nwfl st lp. and the Asiatic apartments under the poop deck. All the first-class passengers "W'lllltriD to the coast, where she is to un- . -. . -i it a. e . v, im. ! .... xi,..u;51.it.0 v.., , per decks. There are suits or rooms on the Korea more spacious and more eieganuy iumiuiicu iuai rooms on some of the best of the oiner: tu August 10th, having occupied ten largb steamers running into this Port,iday3 and four hours in making the and the fine single rooms are attrac-j passage. tive and well ventuatea. ah inesc, rooms indeed, all the accommodations; for passengers on the Korea will be. filled on her first voyage, for the steam- j er was booked full weeks ago. "The most notable feature of the Korea, as a passenger steamer, is her magnificent dining saloon. This extends across tne wnoie wiain ui me vcoot., and will accommodate 202 people at one sitting. It is lighted during the day fr0m a dome of colored glass extending through two decks. On the deck imme- aIately above the dining saloon is the social hall, possessing numerous high backed upholstered benches that give the effect of a series of alcoves. The. siuuR.iiii;-rooiii, isuiiic uijjiouv-c I tne same aecK, is large anu imviy rubbing the bacK in tnis conaiuuu. iuu nished. Rubber-tiled floors are in the cannot reach the cause. To exchange writing parlor, the smoking-room and' a ba(3 back for a new and stronger other rooms. The commander's rooms, j one f00W the example of this Hono and those of the other deck officers, arej lulu' citizen: on the upper deck. The bridge, over, tv,i forty feet above the water, is the best Mr. A J. Cahill. of F street . this eouinned that ha ever been seen in' city, night watchman in the employ of iJ,. .. inis pon. Ciiptain W W Seabury, who has, v, i j r . il, ,tanmar- Pkira . j ior so many years, in commanu ui, the Korea. J. J. McKinnon. chief offl- cer. has been master of the steamer Colon on the Panama route. The sec- ond officer is Henry Lewis, third offl-' cer, William Parker. The engine rooms are In charge of chief engineer Paul Rossiter, who has as assistants first ensrineer. Georsre V. Ouinn. secona. j B. Morris, third, H. Cowan, A. .Thompson is purser and Mr. Ashman ' is chief steward. As the Korea will be in port for but a few hours it is doubtful if the gen eral public will be permitted to go aboard and inspect her during her first stay in this port. Unlucky Voyage of King Cyrus. SYDNEY, August 1. The American four-masted schooner King Cyru3 had an unlucky trip from Puget Sound to Captain Johnson was sick " ;- and the mate had to bring the vessel i into port. Mrs. Johnston died on the voyage and was buried at sea. Discharging Facilities at Manila. ,le OKl ssu,m OI avmg a sievwore for each consignment of goods on ship in Manila has been abolished and by havinrr .ir stpvpfl,irini firm 1i5r1isrcf an tne cargo on any one ship a great caving in time has been effected. t SEWARD ON THE WAY TO HONOLULU First of Army Transpoits to Again Call for Coal at This Port. The transports are to stop at Hono lulu again and the first one to lay over here should be along from Seattle in a few days. Agent Beebe of the Globe Navigation Company received a telegram yesterday j j F-rancisco. statins: that the transport Seward would sail from Seattle on August 16th and that she would call at Honolulu. Sometime ago the department made a contract with the Globe Company. 'x I to carry coal to this port for the trans ports and the Seward is the first one: to receive instructions to call here since this contract was made. She is bound for Manila and It is, said will remain in the islands to do the inter-island transport work. Shej has recently been fitted out with a complete refrigerating plant for carry- ing meat in the inter-island work. There is a possibility that the Seward j may stop at Guam on her way out to . pick up the exiled Filipinos who have accepted the terms or the amnesty granted, by the United States. improvements to America Maru. steamer America Maru, Jlhe Jap r A """"" ma-!Franclsco Two new staterooms were , . t. eck and thev are! 1 ' - i most attractive quarters on he Mru caTri much of j jng its tour of the Orient, but the ne berg 0f xe company are booked for the Korea. Arriaa &t the Coast. ,r-,i Thf steamer Kinau of the llder steamship line took her time on the dergo repairs. vvnen sne leu captain Freeman stated that he ,d require about eight days for the trin but he did not reacn ine coasi uu- FAIR BXCHMGE. -r. t nu A 16W Dily K IUf iiu vriu wuc. How It i3 Done in Honolulu. Sometimes the back aches with a dull, indescribable feeling, making you u-Pflrv and restless; sometimes pain i ehnntD across the' region of the kidneys, d agaln the loins are so lame to StOOP IS agony. 1L use picaici v. Messrs. T. H. Davies Ac uo., lta., says. r, T aa a Bailor iit , ------ one time worked for the Inter.. i ana ill isinnii service. 1 was. however. , i obliged to give up sea life on account of severe suffering from my back and kidneys. For this I had tried various remedies, but the one which restored j , ? , J me to neaicn was jjoan s Kidney Pills procured at Hollister's Drug Store. They relieved me com pletely after years of suffering. If any one desires further particulars he may apply to me. I am to be found at Van Dorn's Ship Chandlery, Fort street." You I should get the same medicine which helped Mr. Cahill. See that the: full name DOAN'S BACKACHE KID-j NET PILLS is on the wrapper and re fuse any imitation. ' Doan's Backache Kidney Pills are sold by all chemists and storekeepers at 50 cents per box, six boxes $2.50, or will be mailed on receipt of price by the Hollister Drug Co., Honolulu, wholesale agents for the Hawaiian Islands Honolulu Hardware Co,, Ltd, Importers and Dealers in Gsnsral Hardware, Tinware. Paints and Oils, Crocker anl . ?0 VT rin ctrnot noktl -k 1 Nuuanu and Smith streets. Telephone Main 333. P. O. Box 609. N THE FASHIONABLE work mingle together, but the discerning eye nadily distinguishes the O'Brien & Sons', Sin Francisco, ami ; j Babcock Co.'d New York vehicle?, by tnat euoiie air oi iasnion- n Via't. ia rint mere outer ornamentation or noveltv M 2 but is a happy combination of g Jationship. It represents the rovement. Cabriolets, Surreys, Beach Wagons Latest Model Runabouts, Cushion Tire Bikes, All Styles Top Buggies, together with the' beet Speed Carts and the O'Brien patent spring best Business Buggy on earth, with a full line of Acces sories, Whips, Robes and Harness, make the most complete lines to select from west of the Rocky Mountains. Call and examine our good or write for catalogue. Pacific Vehicle & Beretania St, 7, 30 and 42 SOL.D Li J DHXlCSC Wholesale Onljr. ri ; 1 - j . ;rtv, i op .Ciai aitenilOn given lO Plantation ice A Japanese Provisions Write for prices no Absolute Purity in Ask your physician about "Primo" and. he will tell you of is purity. Not fortified like imported beers to preserve it. Order from Brewery. Brewery Telephone Main 341. FRED PHILP & BRO. arhess and Saddles H AOQ TTlrrn C4At 'V't.;V, Ri.;i-?!nrr. ub ..xinw u.i.i6) Tel. B'ue 2651. MILK gjg MILK MILK Milk supplied Wholesale and Retail from Principal Dairies on this Island. NOTE THE ADDRESS Honolulu Dairymen's Assn., Ltd. 'Phone White 241. - Office, Sheridan Street. California Calimyrna Figs NOW ON 521 King Stren. OUR SODA WATER Is a Sparkling. Wholesome Beverege. Oar foods have stability, palat bility and brilliancy. HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS Errma fltwt, near Vi?rar.'.. rHOE BLUE lSTt BOULEVARDS, all classes of many details in harmonious re- experience gained by years of im- Supply Co. Near Fort. Hotel Street. occnc AT Orders For trouble to show goods. also corner Fort and King Street P. O. Box 133 SALE AT 2G Lid. ll r i H . 4 f! r i-i