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WATER FROAT Nippon Maru Arrives Frnm Japan Ahead of Time. SAILED A(iALT LAST MGIIT 2SLA2TD VESSELS BBINGCCG CABGOES OF SUGAR FOE THE BIG SAILERS. Sailing Vessels En Route From the Mainland With Large Cargoes for the Islands Shipping Notes. liu ly yesterday morning the steamer v. i(& blew, aaaouacing the arrival " port of the Toyo Kteen Kaisha Mara from China and Japan, a n day ahead of time. She would la.c come into port immediately but the fact that the Hongkong: AJaru . J th Pacific Mall wharf. Conse-i, cn'ly. it was necessar' for the - a to cast anchor and remain outside i.t'il the Hongkong sailed. The Nippon reports leaving on the. 12tb inst. Fine weather was xpt r;enced throughout the trip. She I -ought a very few passengers for this 1 crt but the through list was large. mong the noteworthy personages ng through were the Princesses h.ngh of India, who are on their way 1 rmi' to England, after a trip to their native country. Another prominent person was the Lloutenant Captain ilintxe of the Imperial German Navy, who Is also returning to his native land The Bteamer Maul arrived In port yesterday forenoon with 6000 bags of sugar from Papaaloa. This will be put Ir.to the bl gshlp Erskine M. Phelps and will constitute her first installment fcr San Francisco. The Maul should have brought twke the amount of sugar that she did, but the holKling apparatus on the v.'harf at Papaaloa got into bad shape and it was Impossible to get more. The has aboard a full cargo of Kuknlau, Ookala and Papalkou sugar, but It will Impossible for her to got here before Sunday, as the accident to the hoisting gear at Papaaloa makes It Im 1 sslble for her to load her up freight from Honolulu at that place. She was at Papaaloa when the Maul left on cdnesday. The Maul has made very good time. She sailed for Hilo and other port; a fv, SISTERS week work Two of our best customers are sisters. The elder, when she got married, traded with us because her mother did. When the 'younger followed suit in matrimony, she did likewise in the matter of selecting a grocer. These two ladies know that they were certain to get only the best from us. They might irrs. bugroj hiking no chances. " Can you da - jT yy s&raf xhv ikuuiwuugu ui uuu mt1MM ..,. ., ago yesterday and did nil the of diwhanrlnir tad takinsr on ; sugar in that short Epics of time. i The James Makee and Keauhou both cane In from ivauai ports with svf&r 1 yesterday morning: Tfcy report an. un- satisfactory state of affairs on the plan tations. The Japanese are inclined tc be obstreperous. On ISth the day men on the Lihne plantation were attacked by the loafers the men who recently left work. Luckily, Sheriff Coney knew of the move of the Japanese, and, having sworn in a of specials, sent them to arrest i& Japs, with Deputy Sheriff W. H. Rice, Jr.. at their head. The ringleaders were arrested and the assault averted without harm coming to any one. The W. G. Hall sailed again for afer a load of sngar yesterday afternoon. She should be back aain Satarday morning. The Mauna Loa sails on her regular Kona-Kau route at 19 o'clock this forenoon. It is probable that she will be a little late, as a large amount of freight most be sent down. Charles Purdy, formerly of the Wilder Steamship Company, is engaged in lue attempt of raising the wrecked William Carson, off Walkiki. He baa with him an associate and four or five men. These men are all on the schooner Rob Roy, anchored near the wreck. The proposition Is to pump the Carson full of air, float her and then tow h"r into the harbor for repairs. She wa3 raised about 12 feet the other day when the hose attached to the steam pump broke and the Carson settled again. Should the men succeed in raising the wrecked vessel they will do a very good thing by themselves. The Hongkong Maru sailed away for the Orient yesterday morning. From 12 midnight until 6 o'clock yesterday morning the steamer was busy with the work of shifting her cargo, in order to get herself into fit sailing shape. he brig Harriet G. arrived in San Francisco from Mahukona June 13. A large number of Japanese from Kauai plantations arrived in the Jamts Makee from Knpaa yesterday morning. The Carondelet, at Wilder's wharf, is still leaking badly. Her pumps have been ni work ever since she has been in port The Keauhou brought 3S05 bags of sugar, and the James Makee 2340 from Kauai yesterday morning. Louis Everett, formerly of the Wilder Steamship Company, is now mate of the big Inter-Island steamer Mauna Loa. He Is a good man, and his :.ev employers are glad to get him kick again. In the early days of the W. G. Hall Mr. Everett was an officer on beard. The Concord is being put in good condition again. She will be dispatched to Hamakua ports, as of old, as soon as her repairs have been completed. The schooner Golden Gate sailed for I WANT ' ,"-' J blame them? rM '.'$ - :?. WE J- j' - - lr r F I ' ' " IB'" 'III'" Ij' "' """ '' ,r '.,' fc1 ' t',.. IV IIMtfl'll'l. Ii ij)'W'lVnJl"11l"'W"P'i'''l'"l.l'' ' 'M '" i ,a.' . ;, j. - .. ,ii i "W' - v f :. ' -J"8 . -V - J- THE HONOLULU REPUBEICAX, PRIDAX, JTJXE 22, 1900. $-W " . - - ; ww w. Elcelff, Kauai, yesterday forenooa with a fell cargo of bridge Jnmber,. She- has been chartered by the "inter-Island company for this one trip. I Yachfsmpn arc Jnnktesr fnr uaril to n race in the near future between the yachts La Falomn, Bonnie Dundee, Helens and others. The breezes are very good just-now andtthe owners of these boats should hold a conference as soon as possible. The S. C. Allen, having been thoroughly fumigated at the quarantine whan, has hauled oTer to one of the optown wharres to discharge. Some of the Kauai steamers should be in with sugar this morning: The next steamer from the Ccast Trill be the China, due on the 2Sth inst. Sue will likely be In by the afternoon of Che day before. A transport should be here from San Francisco In a few days. The Custom- House officers were as thick as bees about the Nippon Maru yesterday. They kept their eyes open and let nothing pass without thorough Investigation. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail to-day and for the next six days are as follows: . ARRIVE. China. San Francisco, June 29. Australia, San Francisco, July 4. Doric, San Francisco, Jniy 7. Warrlmoo, Victoria, July 7. Maru, San Francisco, July 17. Moana, San Francisco, July IS. DEPART. Moana, San Francisco, June 22. ft Rio Janeiro, San Francisco, June 30. Miowera. Victoria, July 4 Coptic, San Francisco, July 10. Australia, San Francisco) July 16. 19 America Maru, San Francisco, July 17. ARRIVALS. Thursday, June 21. T. K. K. Nippon laru, Allen, from China and Japan. Stnir. Keauhou, Mosher, from Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, from Kapaa. ' " Stmr. Maui, Parker, from Hawaii ports. Am. bk. Marion Chilcott, Weedon, 34 25 days from Newcastle; coal to order. Am. bk. W. B. Flint, Parsons, 120 days from New York. DEPARTURES. Thursday, June 21. T. K. K. Hongkong Maru, Filmer, for China and Japan. Stmr. AV. G. Hall, Thompson, for lbs VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY. Stmr. Mauna Loa, Simerson, for Maalaea, Kona and Kau at 10 a. m. Schr. Surprise, Wharton, for Lahaina and Kona at 5 p. in. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. From China and Japan, per T. K. K. 50 Nippon Maru, June 21. Mr. and Mrs. P. Araitake, Master Armitage, Mr. and Mrs. F. Evans. The Agenor is supposed to sail for Port Townsend in ballast to-day. cs The Newsboy arrived in Tacoma from this port June 13. YOU To iri - cheap, im& JsfewiwtpBlfefSs nemysmssii?.PSjsstmmT We WS '- r v lrf . - uueru uu you gee Others may keep as may sound like boasting, A M F L. E S ""S1ffi MTV& met ougui io inspire contidence. EXPORTS FOR HONOLULU. . SAX FRANCSCO. Jane 10. The bars: Alien Bess cleared for Honolaia Satarday with a general cargo, raised at JI5.603. including 10 cs olives. 5 bbls vinegar, 7 cs dry goods, 50 tins matches, CS cs canned goods. 15 texs paste, 50 nests trunks, 250S lbs bread. Si sks grain, 5 pigs spices, 5 bdLs brooms, 2S cs canned "meats, S7 pfcgs soap, U9 lbs nops, S cs chocolate, 65 ste beans, 150 bbls 2onr, 34 pfegs salt ftsn, 17 pkgs ironware, ICO hales salt. 125 cs canned fruit, io cs canned vegetables, 400 lbs lard, r cs oil. IS cs boots and shoes, 57S lbs miiistuffs. IS cs glassware, 5 cs currants, 50 e?s oleomargarine, 7 cs fireworks, 15 cs canned fish. 159 pkgs building material, 4HH pkgs pipe and fittings, 25 .sis gravel, 271 sks and 31 cans asphalt roofing. 303 pkgs machinery-. 1. cs paint stoct, 13 pkgs mlUwork, 4S cs drugs, 1320 bdies T. and W. plates, 17 pkgs groceries and provisions, 700 gal, 195 pkgs bottle, beer, 2700 lbs tobacco, 20J2 gals wine, iO bbls tar. 51 pligs pipe, 214 pkgs houseiiold goods, IS pkgs water-closet material, 1250 lbs butter, 50 cs mineral mater, 567 lbs soda, 15 bbls ginger ale, 15 pkgs hardware, 31 cs paint, 20 cs dry goods, 35 cs whisky, 240 cs liquors, 2S pkgs confectionery, 40 rolls 155 pkgs paper, 100 bbls lime, 5S pkgs bottles, 100 bdls demijohns, 12 dcz pails and covers. The barkentine Irmgard cleared for Honolulu Saturday with a cargo valued at $43,594, which included the following: 57,24S bricks, 160 telegraph poles, 32 cs dry goods, 7 cs notions, 19 cs paint, 5 pkgs sewing machines, 47 pkgs hardware, S4 pkgs miscellaneous merchandise, 4 bdls oars, 30 bxs candles, 50 pkgs ironware, 6 pkgs household goods, S46 ctls barley, 212 cs soap, 1035 pkgs oil cake, 4S4 bales hay, 100 sks bean3, 532 ctls oats, 16 pkgs wall paper, 32,300 lumber, 4690 pkgs pipe, 22 pkgs harness. 25 bars 56 bdls iron, 7 pkgs electrical goods, S7 cs arms and ammuni tion, 2059 sks bran, 1645 sks middlings, bales cordage,27 rolls leather, S pkgs leather goods, 5 bdls brooms, 41 hides, 1620 lbs tobacco, 25 cs canned goods, 1S00 lbs lard, 50 cs groceries and provisions, S6 bbls asphalt, 25 bbls vinegar, 12 pkgs machinery, 2040 gals wine, 60 pkgs axle grease, 2S pkgs wire goods, 69 bars IS pkgs steel, 1700 gals gasoline, 5 wagons, S pkgs wagon material, 5 cs glassware, 2SS pes S7.S17 lbs rolled barley, 7 pkgs printing material, 685 pkgs structural Iron, 269 ctls corn, 150 bdls paper, 15 ctls wheat, 25 sks peas, 15 pkgs 7 pigs tin, 7S bxs raisins, 24 pkgs dried fruit, pkgs pearl barley, 600 lbs hops, 7 cs playing cards. MERCHANDISE FOR HILO. SAN FRANCISCO, June 10. The bark Amy Turner cleared Saturday for Hilo, H. L, with a cargo of merchandise valued at 350,220, which included the following: 03 cs canned meats, 1042 butter, 10.6G0 lbs lard, 105 pkgs groceries and provisions, i rolls leather, 3137 gals wine, 29 "bb'.s meats, 1362 lbs miiistuffs, 2S cr ham, 11 cr bacon, 725 bbls flour, 13S ctls wheat, 450 sks 2130 sks bran, 271,905 lbs rolled barley, 26S6 lbs tobacco, 50 kegs oleomargarine, 125 bbls 30 cs bottled beer, tons drie'd fertilizer, 25 tons cane manure, 25 tons bone meal, 140 cs soap, 15,699 lbs sugar, 16,000 cigars, 50,000 cigarettes, 20 tons coal, 30 pgs hardware, 10 cs canned fruit, 3 cs paint, 6 varnish, G cs cultivator, 245 kegs nails, 2000 lbs meals, 390 cs canned salmon, oiv cs canned goods, 65 bbls read this advertisement. It ftnonoc a,uv,v,"w' moa, 133 pkgs salt fish, 47 hxs'freit. 22 .253 lis bread, 137,500 lbs riee, 15 head cattle, 245 s&s beans, 135 pkgs paste, 50 sks onions, 43 sks potatoes. 159 hales hay, 25JSS Ebs barley. S30 bbls lime, 2T 1S bricks, 345 pkgs 75S1 ft lumber, 5 cs arms and ammunition. 50 cs lamp gtxrfs. 1135 lbs cracked com, 175 sks corn. 1S5 bales salt, S43 lbs cheese. 25 cs 5 bbls sardines, 300 gals gasoline, 730 cs coal oil. 9 pkgs household goods, 14 pkgs water-closet material, 5 pkgs crockery, 93 ctls oats, IS coils cordage, 20 cs paper, 1120 lbs soda, 4S pkgs hardware, 21 pkgs starch, 10 bdls brooms, 17 palls candy. IS -us paper bags, 25 bars 7 bdls iron, S wagons. 33 pkgs wagon material, 40 pkgs dried fruit, 2 cs glassware, 20 cs candles. 40 pkgs dried fish. 5 cases garlic, S pkgs mill machinery, 10 cs oil. 10 cs turpentine. 52 pkgs dry goods. SUGAR BOATS REACH PORT. SAN FRANCISCO. June 11. Eight vessels of the sugar fleet made port yesterday. Some of them made fair passages, while others were away behind time. The ship Emily F. Whitney was the longest out. It toos her 3o days to get here from Kahulul. On June 6 she was caught in a heavy gale, during which she lost her main topgallant mast. Of the others, the Haydn Brown was 31 days from Kahulul, the Alice Cook 29 days from Honolulu, the "Willian H. Dimond 22 days from Honolulu and the Robert Lewers 22, S. N. Castle 17 and Mary E. Foster 15U days, from the same port. The Eva made the best run of the fleet, 15 days from Hana. Captain Johnson of the clipper bark Roderick Dhu was disgusted over his long run of 21 days from Kilo, but now that he sees what long runs the rest of the fliers of the sugar fleet have been making he is beginning to feel a little more satisfied with himself. REGISTRY GRANTED. SAN FRANCISCO, June 9. Collector of the Port Jackson has received a telegram from the Commissioner of Navigation stating that Congress passed an act on the 6th inst. authorizing the foreign-built ships Star of Italy and Star of Bengal, owned by citizens of the United States and citizens of Hawaii, to be registered as vessels of the United States. These vessels were not included in the list of vessels granted American registry by the act (which takes effect the 14th inst), providing for a government for the Territory of Hawaii. SHIPMEXTS FOR HAWAII. SAN FRANCISCO, June S. The brig Lurline cleared yesterday for Kahului with a cargo of general merchandise, valued at ?39,242, which included the following: 520S pkgs railway material. 450 prs wheels, 2500 lbs oleomargarine, 24'000 lbs bread, 250 pkgs salt meats, 40 cs canned vegetables, 1904 lbs starcu, 65 cs canned fish, 20 bbls vinegar, 30 cs pickles, 6S ctls oats, 13 pes machinery, 600 sks and 100 bbls salt. 150 pkg3 paper, 75 coils cordage, 1345 sks bran, llo ctls wheat, 16 pkgs wire goods, 200 tins matches, 24 pkgs household goods, 95 pkgs lamp goods, 250 lbs butter, 107S lbs cheese, 9500 lbs lard, 200 bbls and 250 cs salmon, 125 pkgs salt fish, 500 Ids meal, 35 bdls and 29 bars steel, 115 bxs dried fruit, 160 cs canned goods, 13 cs ham, S cs bacon. 17 cs shoes, 16 bales hnv R5 stc henna 03 ViHtc on-1 shovels, 12 bdls demijohns, 154 pkgs pipe, S kegs rivets, 20 kegs Ironware, ' will be to your interest to memr u not irom us -ou fine goods but, no house iiv iTfvaiSlyNy - I wmmmmKHMtumM vmm i j am mi l: - vtisse?E.s ikiz.of . - - -: oi. 1G bxs Hails. 2Q ctls fearley, 41 rs i kardware. 5 pkgs rubber goods, 152.7 ft hardwood, 3&.c5 oil. SCO sks Soar. 4 lbs rolled barley; 50 sks middlings, 3 drams- naphtha,, SO lbs hops. It cs scap, 5 rolls leather. 11 ti lbs soda, 25 cs oysters, 10 cs spices. OVERDUE VESSELS ARJUVE. SAN FRANCISCO. June 10. The United States Am? transport Grant arrived from Manila vis. Nagasaki yesterday. Captain Bulv.'xi Reported that 40 xaiks west of the raraliones he passed a fleet of 12 vessels, all heading for San Francisco. This will probably turn out to be the nvt of overdue sugar vessels from Honolulu. Four of them made port before sundown and the remainder will probably get in today. The vessels that got in were the ship E. . Sutton. 24 days froni Honolulu; schooners Helene, 22 days, and Transit, 24 days from nonoluln. and schooner O. M. Kallogg; 2S days from Mahukona. The arrival of the fleet will be gladly welcomed at the refineries, as the supply of the raw material has been getting very low during the past .week. HAWAII GETS NEARLY HALF. SAN FRANCISCO. 'June S. Exports of produce and merchandise from this port by sea during the first 12 months Oi tue year were S1S,734,700, against 511.737,600 during the same time in 1S&9, the leading destinations being as follows: Atlantic ports, $1,202,550, Great Britain. S4,S69,300; China. Japan, $1,746,000; Hawaiian Islands, J5.500.100. VESSELS IN PORT. (This list does not include coasters. Albert. Am. bk., Griffiths, San Francisco, May 25. Archer, Am. bktn., Calhoun, San Francisco, May 23. Agenor, Am. sp., Colby. Newcastle, May 3. Aloha. Am. schr., Fry. San Francisco, May 15. A. J. Ropes, Am. sp., Chapman, San Francisco. April 15. Australia, Br. sp., Jeuss, Newcastle, May 12. Bangalore, Br. sp., Blanchard, Newcastle, May 9. Big Bonanza, Am. bk., Bergman. Newcastle, June 3. Carrier Dove, Am. C. W. Port Townsend, May 31. Carondelet, Am. bk., Stetson, New castle, June o. Charles E. Moody, Am. sp., Anderson, tie. Tacoma, June S. Dirigo, Am. sp., Goodwin, Hongkong, June 15. Edward May, Am. bk., San Francisco, May 17. Erskine M. Phelps, Am. sp., Graham. Manila, June 14. E. K. Wood, Am. schr., Hansen, Tacoma, June 3. Florence, Am. sp., Rhodes, Newcastle, May 9. George Curtis, Am. sp., George S. Calhoun, San Francisco, June 5. Halcyon, Am. schr., Charles Mellin, Eureka, May 31. Himalaya, Haw. bk., Dearborn, Newcastle, April 17. Henry Bl Hyde. Am. sp., Scribner, New York and Valparaiso, March 20. I. F. Chapman, Am. sp., Carter, San Francisco, April 2S. Ivanhoe, Br. bk., Newcastle, May 13. ainuna Ala, Haw. bk., Smith, San Francisco Okanogan Am. schr., Reusch. Port do -so, for it will save you are making:-a , mistake. f Townsead, Aff Newcastle, May 17. Hea?cr. Ao. .. , v.Phatt Br. bk. Nagasaki.. Bk - Onttefa, .NWrUe, sfadard. Am. sp Getchell, UaJSU - I"0 5aQ Francisco, Jani bU...UMS San rran Olympic, Am. Cisco, June IS. V.L Newcastle. ca. Am. hr, Rasranssen. N. S. W, Jane IS. VESSELS EXPECTED. bktnl. from t Am. .U4i nuuao Grays Harbor. . , . Enesia. Br. stU from Br. &. from Liverpool. -Helen Brewer. Haw. sp.. from. New York. .. Wallace B. Fliat. Am. bk from New York- ,.. . A. J. Fuller. Ao. Nagasaki. Challenger. An. sp., from New orfc. Henry Failing; Am. sp.. from New York. Hayden Brown, Am. bk.. from Newcastle. A Lyman D. Foster, Am. schr., from Newcastle. John a Potter. Am. sp.. from New- !castle. , Oregon, Am. bk, from Newcastle. Robert SearlesiAm. schr., from Newcastle. I James Rolph. Am. schr., from Newcastle-General Fairchild, Am. bk., from Newcastle. Euterpe, Haw. s?., from Newcastle. Star of Russia, 'Haw. sp.. from New- . castle. Wachusett, Am.sp., from Newcastle. Marion Chilcott,1 Am. sp., from Newcastle. J BechmonoBr. sp, from Newcastle. Elisa Ital sp.. from Newcastle. Harvested Am. bk., from Newcastle. Inca, Am schr., from Newcastle. City of Ihnkow, Br. sp., from New castle. Empire, m. bk., from ..ewcastle. Ivy, Br. s from Newcastle. Louisiana Am. sp., from Newcastle. Prince A ert, Nor. sp., from New- castle. invinciuie Am. sp., from Newcastle. Republic. r. bk., from Newcastle. Sea King, m. bk., from Newcastle. Persevera e, Br. sp., from Abby Pa er. Am. bk., from New- castle. King Cyns, Ami schr., from New-. castle. J. B BrKvn, Am. sp., from Newr castle. YosemlteLm. sp., from Newcastle. WoollaharalBr. bk., from Newcastle." William lowden. Am. schr., from Newcastle. W. H. Tabot, Am. schr., from New castle. Columbia Am. schr., "from New- castle. Benicia, Aa. bktn., from Newcastle. Encenis, t. sp., from Newcastle. Pnnco itor. Nor. sp.. from New- castle. Fantasi. : jr. bk., from Newcastle. Stjorn, N bk., from Newcastle. Wrestler, im. bktn., from Newcastle. Drumbur n, Br. sp., from Newcastle. Fresno, ; a. bk., from Newcastle. Cdtinued on Page 5. You must buy Somi ... ealersi be - W may as prices an quality combined. XrJ C ' STUFID - FELLOW who Gauges the quality pricefhas no business to of is class directed his, fri another firm mo for it, and J'ife better' His better half andlome from the other hujband that they were up - the same people, .' conclsively how foolish .a. he rely tries. The Jady l&ws where she bef for fhp mnno 3k "vuv? hardfo match 4 & Kehayet town can duplicate our but. it is not. It is a demonstrable fact. A A stupid fellow of groceries by the be married. Yet one . wife to buy groceries because they charged must therefore be bought some from us house, and showed her identical, being put even. This proved man can be when of the house generally can-get the most and the .Si - " -', vur prices are - r 1 ,,. 'V-- "- i HB -k m Bfc lk. . 1 '. .- " ' ORPHBUM BLOGK 1 s 1 U.pt6Dat Grocers FOiJT STREET - , -4. 3-- 1 1 - AS 5 C .v, st. &te&&&s : - X- . .A j .? . - V & r vs '- - -- ' T I m ', m '