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-"- . v y - -.o) iT w -. g J- "T " . ! fTHE HONOIiTJEO BEPGBETCLaN, SATURDAY, JUKE 20, ISOo. , u e vl AL05TG THE WATER FROST. Kew Inter-Island Mail Contract to be Made. IAUXA LOA FROjL IV. If A io. 1 HB 3TEA5IBR CHINA COSIES BOWK ON COAL ALLOWANCE. "jEba HIB Take the 3aagalore V ia Tw A JDeparts for J Poet of XcBaltrf , Other Items. ' to W7 fcort Baited Slates poaal aataorttfe will call for fda lor carryia & betweoa the btaada. The awil regalatioaa are very atrki nard!a ta nmniag schedule tof tte awfl kMU. and the new system. wm to foree, will awsaa a great deal to ta tteamaafp coMpaniea. It has bM ta habit of the ateamers to leave awil at a port oo'toe other Island, no matter wather taer was anybody there t receive It or not The new order of talaca will not pormlt of this any long atal tt tl person oeUUod to receive 'k u.j Jil 1. . . ihu lamlln. In nvllrf u ,1. . iMrM it will be i. uvv .r..,. - carried on u the next port. Many tfcaca, hurt aa a steamer has been ready to Hae pott, somebody of ha telephoned to hold the steamer. a Mr. 8oebody T-as not quite tbroagh writing hi6 letter. Title has become a regular practice. The enptaing, always obliging, hare usually waited; and the agents, while condemning the practice, have seen the policy of wait- . fog for mall and sometimes passengers. When the contracts for carrying the malte are let there will be a time get for mlting, d the steamer will be 11- able to nne for not getting away on- tlHKJ. The later-Wand steamers have car-. rteu the Hawaiian mall free for many years and have received but fow for so doing. In fact, as rogards wharfage, they have not fared as well as foreign vessels. Tlio steamers have Iwen chanted wharfage when lying at a doc, no matter whether they work or jtot. A sailing vessel is charged for th time she works. The wharfage will be roguhued under the new ordor of 1 tilings, and matters will arrange as they do in ai other well Matted porta. MAUXA LOA FROM ICAU. The Mauna Ixa arrived bright and "'"' earty yestenlay. TirTnging many paf" aaogers and a big lot of freight. Purser ,v"Tafl reports as follows: 13.5S0 bags of sugar at Puaahou and none at apo. No rain: weather rough and winds tr.g. Honuapo has stopped grinding or a wek. Nanlehu has started up . again. Pnhala Mill has stopped for ' fares or four days. Weather along Ha- avikita coast good, but no rain. There wwro SOW bags of sugar left at H. S. C3o. and 3500 at P. S. M. Heavy swell at Lahaina and llulc rain. The Mauna . Loa brings the following cargo: S972 bags sugar. 144 bags coffee, 2S bdls wnnas. C bdls tobacco, 2 bdls hides. 12 sl awa and 1? kogs butter. THE HELENB'S TOW. The Helen towed the Bangalore to laat evening and will tnke her to Taihulul. where the vossel will load tear for New York. As she rounded th- lighthouse it was noticed that tho Bangalore's ballast was badly trimmed. She had a list to starboard and appeared to be down by tho head. She had aboard only about 450 tons of and wa so high out of water that sN did aot aaswer hor helm well. It is P-"dieted that with the present weather lll make .1 mty rp to her loading iorL ALONG Tm? WHAltS. The Rio. from China and Japan, Is due to-day. The oW bark Diamond Head has been given American registry In San Fran cisco. The "Whlalesle and Noeau got away last evening for Kauat ports. The Hall and MIkahala are due to-day,. The schooner Surprise, after a remarkably quick trip from Kallua. Ha waii, arrived here yesterday about 0 oajock. fTbe doing the dredging fer Abe- navy slips have encountered nuothcr patch of very hard coral, which Is delaying them n great deal. The Bonnie Dundee has been secured from Governor Dole by a hut of yachting men Messrs. Smith. Merry and Gereand Is being put la condition for the first-class race to take place on the Fourth. The signal displayed by the French as she steamed out of the arbor1 displayed the letters, JLD. The international code was used, and the signal meant Better." not "God-by" or Bon voyage." or anything else but -Better." Captain Ryder of the Florence, which left yesterday for the Sound, claimed he will have tho harbor master's, scalp when he returns. He says he was charged 53 for work that wasn't performed at the departure of the vessel, and ho Intends to break down a wharf or drop his anchor through the J oottom of the harbor to get cea when "he returns. The China, six days and IS hours 1 from Saa Francisco, arrived yesterday morning with a long list of passenger from t,.s port. She was put on a limit of GO tons or coal per day, and so, although just off the drydock,. she did not make near as good time as the Australia generally makes. Vhea the Sonoma and Ventura, the Hew Spreckels steamers, besln making the run la are days tho former queca of the Pacific will have to hump herself a little or go Into the "has-been class. She, left for the Orient at o'clock. 1. ARRIVALS. - Friday, Jeno 23. P. M. S. SL Cfcna, Seabary, rom San Francisco. Str. Manna Loa, Simersca, from JIaal and Hawaii ports. Sear. Surprise. Keaningsen from Hawaii ports. DBPAP.Ti.RE3. Friday, June 23. Star. Helena. Sachs, for Paanhan. Kafcataa. OokaJa and Papaaloa. PJLS.S. China, Seabury. for China t and Japan. i Star. Noeae, Wyman, for irfoa and ! jianpeH. j Slaw. Waialeale, Plltz, for MakawelL J Am. ap. Florence. Ryder, for Tacoma, in ballast. Am. so. Bangalore, Blazebard, for 1 Kaholuf. in ballast. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. From .Maui and Hawaii ports; per star Manoa Loa, June 2Q.C M. Walton, wife ar-d son, C Mcinccfc;, R. S. Moan, c; C Irvinr. Mia; Pmto. Mrs. W. F. J. 1 Dak. P. Adlr. J. F. O'Caraor an wift, I trj n.... :,.- l'-.Ul-;.l-. Mice ITini P S. DodRi, I. D. P-iris, J. Rodiek. P. V.r. Hanoch, Edg3r and wile, Mfas Lucv Peabodv, Mr Ka. J. Gaspar. Jr., 3. N Kahalfpwu. J. W. Muller. A. M. -town, W. Vida, C A- Dovlt, Capf. Fox and cvi mo- patnrfmin, Mrs. Austin. W- E. Reavi, Mr. Carlton and 67 00 deck. From San Franrisco. pr P. M. S. S. China. July 9 R. Brown, Mrs. Wm. Booth, Miss Baldwin, Dr. and Mrs. W. BerthoJd. Dr. C. B. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Clark. C H. Dickey. Miss M. E. DHHttRfum. Mrs. W- R. Farrinsron, M. anJ Mrs. F. W. Glade, W. H. Hoos H. Hthaiinn, W. r. Luther, Mrs. J Montz, W. Macfarlane. V. D. McBride. J, Mis G. Norris, Mls3 M. Newton, Miss A. C. Rtce, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Al ien. Ar 3nd .Mr. F. W. Bosworth, Mr. nml Mk I VV Rir(Ttr.,rn r. and Ar5. , G. Baldwin, W. E. Brown, F. B. Clarke, . Mr P ... A llllS. U. W:i.T.l. """ V4...U. 4.... Cnppen, J. J. Dickev, C. D. Isenberg, Mrs. W. P. Emorv and two children, A. Gartley, C. D. Gear, R. N. HalsteJ, P. C Jones. A. C. Mizner, Col. G. W. Macfarlane. W. M. Mirton, V. F. McLennan, D. McLennan. E M. Norjs. Miss S. Robertson, H. Rice. V. C. Read, A. F. Rooke-, Mrs G. Simon and child. Miss E. Sturgeon, Mr. V. M. Smith, Mrs. G. Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Turner, Miss R. Turner, J. L. Upham, G. K. Wilder, Mrs. L. M. Whitehouse, Mr. 3nd Mrs. D. St. G. Walters. Miss A. M. E. Walker, H. G. Kubey, Col. D. A. Ray, Miss L. J. Ray, C. G. Smith, Mr?. C. Schneider, Mrs. H. Simpson and two children, D. J. Styne, G. loombs. Miss L. Turner, Master R. Turner, L. H. Wolf, Mr, and Mrs. H. Waterhouse, A. Mrs. H. M. L. Walker. C. Olson Col. G. F. Little. Through For Yokohama: Mrs. F. Mendelson. Miss E. Mendelson.T. Oguri, Miss L. Thornbrough, Mrs. H. F. Walker, Miss Walker, Mi& F. Mendelson. Miss A. Mendelson, I. Shimia, C. B. Tvler, Mr. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Wardle. For Kobe: O. H. Hahn, F. B. Morse, A. E. Wildman. For Nagasaki: M.Trepionck. For Shanghai: W. Hancock, Rev. D. Z. Sheffield. For Hongkong: P. Boteler, F. A. Lepan, B. Souie, Mrs. C. W. Barber and child, Mte L. Meiners, Mrs. W. D. Webb and child. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail to-day and for the next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. Australia; San Franclscor July 4. --Doric, San Francisco, July 7. Warrlmoo, Victoria, July 7. Nippon Maru, San Francisco, July 17. Moana, San Francisco, July IS. DEPART. Rio Janoiro, San Francisco, June 30. Miowera, Victoria, July 4. Coptic, San Francisco, July 10. Australia, San Francisco, July 10. America Maru, San Francisco, July 17.- VESSELS IN PORT. (This list does not include coasters.) Agenor, Am. sp., Colby, Newcastle, May 0. A. J. Ropes, Am. sp., Chapman, San Francisco, April 15. Australia: Br. sp., Jeuss, Newcastle, May 12, Bangalore, Br. sp., Blancbard, Newcastle. May" 9. Big Bonanza, Am. bk., Bergman. Newcastle, June 3. Carrier Dove, Am. schr., C. W. Port Townsend, May 31. Carondelet, Am. bk., Stetson, Newcastle, June 5. Charles E. Moody, Am. sp., Anderson, Tacoma, June S. Dirigo, Am. sp., Goodwin, Hongkong, June 15. 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 "GurUo, Am. sp., George S. Calhoun, San Francluco, June 5. ' Halcyon, Am. schr., Charles Mellin. Eureka, May 31. Henry B. Hyde, Am. sp., Scribner, New York and Valparaiso, March 20. Hera, Ger. bk. Kulsen, Hamburg, June 20. ' L F. Chapmau, Am. sp.. Carter, San Frand$cp, April 25. Ivnnhoe, Br. bk., Newcastle, May 13. Qulcksten. Am. bktn.. Hmiton. Ta coma, June 23." Reaper, Am. sp., Newcastle. May 1". Sebastian' Bach, Br.' bk., Nagasaki February 17. Sussex, Br. bk., Guthrie, Newcastle, May2L Star of Italy, Haw. sp., "Wester, New- castle, June 1. B. C. Allen, Am. bk., Johnson, San Francisco. June 6. Solide, Ger. bk., fjohuniacher, Hamburg, June 2S. Olympic, Am. bk.. Glbbs, San. Francisco. June IS. Inca. Am, schr., RaRjussen, Newcastle. N. S. W., Juae S. Philadelphia, Ger. so., from Hamburg. Carnedd Llewellya, pr, gr from Hamburg. Ventura, Br. blc, from Antwerp. Wallace B. Flint, Am. bfc, Parsons, .,. .IUW Ml. Louisiana, Am. sp., Halcrow, Newcastle, June 22. Otttesa Am. bk., Harrington, Chile, Juae 22. Vola, Br p., lLAiidpn. iierioa Chilcott, Aia. v bk, Tyeedcn, Newcastla, June 2J. Kate Pikkagar, Am. bk., Moason. Tscasm, Juae ro. VESSELS EXPECTED. Mary Wiakleraaa. Aw, hkttu, from Grays Harbor. Enegia. Br. siar.. from Hoagkong. Kilatory, Br. sp., from LlverpooL Helea Brewer Haw. sp.. from Ifew York. 'OtSal A. J. Fuller, Am. sp NagasakL ,Caalkitsfr Aa. ss., from New York. Henry Failing, An. sp froci New-York. Haydea Brown, Aa bfc, from Newcastle. Lyrr.an D. Foster. Aa schr.. from Newcastle. John. C. Potter, An. sp.. from Newcastle. Robert Searles, Am. schr from Newcastle. General Fairchild. Am. bk from Newcastle Euterpe. Haw. p from Newcastle. Star of Russia, Haw. sp from Newcastle. Wachnsett. Am. sp.. from Newcastle. Beehmont, Br. sp from Newcastle, Elisa, ItaL sp.. from Newcastle. Harrdster. Am. b'c, from Newcastle. Inca, Am. schr., from Newcastle. City of Hankow, Br. sp., from Newcastle. Empire, Am. bk., from ewcastie. Ivy, Br. sp., from Newcastle. Prince Albert. Nor. sp., from Newcastle. Invincible, Am. sp., from Newcastle-Republic, Br. bk., from Newcastle. Sea King, Am. bk.. from Newcasxle. Perseverance, Br. sp., from Newcastle. Abby Palmer, Am. bk., from Newcastle. King Cyrus. Am. schr., from Newcastle. J. B. Brown, Am. sp.. from Newcastle. " Yosemite, Am. sp.f from Newcastle. Woollahara, Br. bk., from Newcastle. William Bowden, Am. schr., from Newcastle. W. H. Talbot, Am. schr., from Newcastle. Columbia, Am. schr., from Newcastle. Benlcia, Am. bktn., from Newcastle. Encenis, tir.'sp., from Newcastle. Prince Victor, Nor. sp., from Newcastle. Fantasi. Nor. bk., from Newcastle. Stjorn, Nor. bk.. from Newcastle. Wrestier, Am. bktn., from Newcastle. Drumburton, Br. sp., from Newcastle. Fresno, Am. bk., from Newcastle. Alex. McNeil, Am. bk., from Newcastle. Golden Shore, Am. sp., from Newcastle. Dominion, Br. bK., from Newcastle. James Nesmfth, Am. sp., from Newcastle. Balkamah, Br. sp., Newcastle. Marion Lightbody, Br. Ep., Newcastle, Eng. FILIPINOS ARE DESIROUS OF PEACE. Submit Proposition of Seven Clauses for the Consideration of the Americans. Manila, June 21, 6:55 p. m. Two hundred Filipinos met this morning in Manila to determine honorable and decorous methods for securing peace. The results were submitted this evening to General MacArthur. The leaders of the meeting will use their influence to induce Aguinaldo to accept the arrangements. If they are "successful, as they hope to be, they believe Aguinaldo will issue orders in conjunction with the American authorities for the cessation of hostilities. The meeting, which was. tho first of the kind since the days of the Filipino Congress, was composed of the distinct revolutionary element, the being lacking. Thirty poljtjcal prisoners were released from jail this morning for halt a day in order to attend. Senor Paterno presided and Senor Buencamino, the originator of the movement, Senor Flores, General Pio del Pinar, General Garcia, General Macabulos and other prominent revolu tionists were present It was pointed out that the questions to be considered were military and civil, the military concerned with a cessation of hostilities and the civil with the determination of the political status of the Filipinos. The immediate object of the meeting was to effect peace and subsequently the leaders could consult with tho Civil Commission as to political matters. It was evident that Senop Paterno was convinced that -he could obtain Aguinaldo's sanction to a peace baspd upon the following seven clauses, which, after four hours, were unanimously accepted as compatible with an honorable peace: First Amnesty. Second The return by the Ameri cans to the Filipinos of confiscated property. Third Employment for the revolutionary geuerajs in the Navy apd militia when established. Fourth The application of the Fili pino revenues to succor needy Filipino soldiers. Fifth A guarantee to the Filipinos of the exercise of personal rights accorded to Americans, by their Constitution. ' ' ' 4 Ixth Establishment of civil government at Manila and In the provinces. Seventh Expulsion of the friars. The statement of the seventh condition was vociferously acclaimed, the entire assemblage shouting "Expel, expel." This was tho first gonoral meeting of Filipinos sjnee'the fall of Tarlac. Tfiere were numerous heated debates and considerable difficulty was found in excluding poI.iqcal discussions. A1J th.ose who topk part in the meeting were in favor of peace. Pre5cHt Taft of fte Philippine' Commission, speaking of the meeting, sajd; These people deal la glittering generalities. They are unable to grasp details. However, this morning's work, is an. excellent indication. I hope the movement will continue, subject to Efcessary modifications." Should aa uadtestanding be- had with MacArthur. the junta, proposes, to with the Commission concerning a civil porerBment. "' , Ccil Brows, executor ef the will of Gharle f, WU bJw petitioned for al lowance of fiaal aacotuils ad asks to h allowed 4,469 25. The estate is credited with L975 . ? "'-"' -e . - v BOLUS PBESSD6 F0RW1RD. 2CAXXXO A SAPID A3JVAXCS JOHATNESBTTRG. Send Oct & Sesitljd Bulletin Sayisr that JFrasce Has Declared War. Loaded. June 22, 4 a. m. General Bolter is pressing his advance. On Wednesday he followed the Johannesburg railway to Paardekop, thirty-one miles from Standertoa. About 30J Boers, singly or in small parties, have surrenderea. The War OSce has issued a list of casualties In engagements around previously undisclosed. A despatch from Lourenzo Marques says: "The Boers have printed and posted at every comer the following: " 'Machadodorp. Monday. The Paris Exposition has closed and France has declared war against England. Fifty miles of railway has been destroyed in the Free State and 30,000 British have surrendered." Five miles of railroad and Koop Maiden -are down and native runners" traverse the distance. The Boers continue to assert that they have had successes east of Pretoria. The Colonial Office publishes a notification by the military government at Johannesburg of the stoppage of a check for 40,000. drawn from the French Bank in South Africa upon the National Bank of the South African Republic, and warning all persons against dealing in the check, as the funds of the national bank are the property of her majesty's Government. "The Transvaal Government, according to the Lourenzo Marques correspondent of the Times, is reduced to financial straits and is endeavoring to meet the emergency with treasury bills, but the people refuse to accept them. It is hoped that General Buller's advance westward will hasten the conclusion of hostilities by cutt'mr off all communication between President Steyn and General De Wet's forces in the Orange River Colony and General Botha's burghers in the Transvaal, and completing the combined movement to move Steyn and De Wet to which Lord Roberts referred in a recent dispatch. Dispatches from Lourenzo Marques reiterate the statement that Secretary of State Reitz sailed for Eur&pe on a Dutch warship. Declined Roberts' Offer. London, June 19, 3 a. m. Lord Roberts, according to a Boer dispatch from Machadodorp, sent a dispatch to Commandant Louis Botha suggesting disarmament and complimenting the bravery of the burghers. It was pointed- out that the surrender would bo without dishonor to the burghers and would prevent much suffering. General Botha asked for a six days' armistice in order to confer and 'jonsider. Lord Roberts consented to five days. Finally Botha declined to accept the proposal and hostilities were renewed. MTJHAVIEFF'S LIGHT SUDDENLY GOES OUT. The Great Russian Premier Dies from Apoplexy while at the Lunch. Table. St. Petersburg. June 21 The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Count Muravielf, died suddenly this morning. Count Muravieff had just finished his morning cup of coffee and had ordered his lunch, when he fell jn an apoplectic fit and expired in a few minutes, between 9 and 10 o'clock. New York, June 21. A cable to tho Tribune from London, says: "The sudden death of Muravieff is a startling incident' which has important bearing upon the China question and Russian policy. He was the most pacific Minister of Foreign Affairs Russia has known during recent years, and exercised a restraining infiueqee over am- uiUflus ueueraiB. uzar called him from Copenhagen when a successor for Prince Lobanoff was needed, and that was aquiet capital where the Russian Minister had easily been con vinced that Russia apd G.rat Britain ought to get along comfortably together. Muravieff not .only took up the Cazar's project for "a peace conference at The Hague, and carried U through In ij. feymu;h.etic spirit, but also practiced peace in his relations with the European powers, and declined to take advantage1 of England's heavy work South Africa. The concert 13 , China was more likelv tn o Effective when so moderate and pacific a statesman was in charge of Russian diplomacy. His death has come at an inopportune moment for the settlement of the great questions connected with the impending dissolution of China. His successor may be more easily Influenced from Paris and less cautious In dealing witl Germany and England" GLAD HE'S A3T AXESICAN. Samuel Parker Thanked Committee for Honors Shown HawaiL PHTLATET,PHTA, Jnng tlie meeUmc of th Bepablican National Commitee to-day. The delegates from Alaska, John 1L Held and W. E. D. Grant, were admitted io seats, as were those from Hawaii, Colonel Samuel Parker anc A, X, KersHkoj, la the latter cae tbttre. werii soe pleasant speeches. Coloael Parker said that Ma erandfathef wasaa Asericau and that he. felt proud to be an American citizen f ana was glad fo be ajlowed to s ma naUonal.ebmVaatieB. ' w !".--v vj "-S-, ipki. w. (. uio i iimimimm injinm s MEN WEO WTT.T, XANAGS THE C03GNG CAMPAIGN. PHILADELPHIA. Jon Kaxma to-night sanoanced the names of the fire members of the new executive committee of the-National Committee as follows Henry CPayne. Joseph ilaaley of ilsincN. B. Scott of West Virginia, Harry D. New of Indiana and George L. Shoup of Idaho. Predicts Sweeping- Victory. DTJBUQCE, era.). June 21. Speaker Henderson saM to-nLrht: and Roosevelt will sweep the coontry. They represent the patriotism of two wars and will te enthrt?iaticauy followed by the soldiers of each. Abuve all. they represent integrity of the high-1 est order and deep devotion to their country. THE TA'MTXE IN INDIA. Conditions Are Serious, and WiU I Not Improve Until Heavy Saias FalL LONDON. June IS. The following I dispatch has been received from the 1 Wer.r of India, Lord Cnrzoa of Kedelstoa: j 1.71,0 Trw.L.'c nrta chow n 5iatft of treneral exnectancv. oendins: i the ndvaaee of the monsoon, which has not vet aoneared. Eeaw rain has fal len in Burmah and in the Deltaic and I districts of Behar. Ou the west coast the monsoon enrrent is weak and has not progressed north of Goah, nor penetrated to the most effected regio us and the hot weather conditions still exist, mere is no improvement possioie t in the- altectea districts nor any tie- crease or nuinoers 01 tne reiiet wort iiuiu uere suiui ut: u ucuvici kcuciui rainfall. The relief total now reaches 5,9-20,000 " HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu. Friday, Juno '-"J, 1WO. BM Asked Even Plantation Company 25 26H UawTiUan Susar Company. 220 Honomu Sugar 10 Ifonokaa Sugar Company 3if Katiuku Plantation Company ... 31 Klhel Plantation Co.. Ltd.. As. 11 S' McBryje Sugar Co., Ltil,, .Vs?es 3 OahuSugarCo 1C3 1CTH Ookala Su;mr CV, nil.. .VSffGSs 19 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Acss 2 Olaa ''ugar Co., Ltd., Paid up .... 14 H PopeeXeo Sugar Company... WO "iM Pioneer Slltl Company.......... .. 1S5 las Walalua Agricultural Co., Aies S5 90 WallukuSu gar Oo 315 3tO Wntmaualo Sugar Company 115 WalmeaMIllCo 155 Wilder Steamship Company.- 1J0 SWnm XavlgaUon Co .... 130 reoplo's lew .t Kelrlg. Co .". 110 BONDS. Htlo Kallroad Co. 6 por cent 1P0 Ewa Plantation 6 per cent MXl Knhuku Plantations percent 102i Oahu UaUway& Laitd Co, 0 p. e 10-2 1(U SALES Morning Session. AITERKOON" SESSIOX. 10 Evra...... ...... ..,....,......., Sfi 50 BETWEEN' JJOAHDa. 25 Walalua, A SO 00 The Wight Case, In the case of James Wight vs, Eliza Yates Mackenzie, the defendant's attorneys are notified to produce nt the time on July 3rd th.e books, siecounts, vouchers, etc concerning the large business conducted by the defendant on tho lands of Puakea and other adjacent property at Kohala, Hawaii. Geo. D. Gear, who has been in Washington and the East as a repreetative of popular government in Hawaii, returned by the China yesterday. READY TO DELIVER ICE TDE OAHU ICE & ELECTEIC CO. Have everything in readiness ,and are prepared to serve their oustpiuers with ICEnianuiactured from pure condensed water from artesian wellss Your Ordev.5 Solicited. HOPFMM ifc MARHLUI Telephone 3151. Blue, P. O. Box 600. Silent Barber Shop SEVEN HA3BBERS, AxltnetoSiodt, 1 i : Motel St JOSEPH rERWANDEZ, Prop. BBAYEB 10ICH ROOMS. H, J. NOLTE : : : r : Proprietor. Fort Street, Opp. SpreckelV Bank. First Class Lunches Served With Ten, CofTec Soda Water, GXner " AleorilUk. Open from ' 3 a. m. to S p. m. Smokers' Requisites a Specialty. M. F. LUCAS GJOL.D & SILVERSMITH. File Waid Rcpairiag; 3 Specialty S5 HoTEn SrREzrr Opposite Davey PHcrroGRAPa Cc. P.O. Box 686. Auction Sale OF UiipcriiiittCu Stores. i On FRIDAY, July 13th, At 10 o'clock a. at . at mv SWersa, 33 Queea strei 1 will sell at lubhV AocUoa by order of Mr. S. JR. Stack-able. Collector of Cfe&waw, the Lfet of Capereuttd Stocks ia tae CeitoeiHofci up toJuae 14th, 1&0O: EXS.S. A05rRALIA. M. Hicks, Sept. S. 1S55 5Bxs O. Ray Morgaa. Nov. 23, Pkg Diamond H. Jan. IS. 1SS3I IBox Pioneer News Co H!Jo Jaa. IS, Joe Hogan. Feb. 15, 133 IBox N. B. Douglass. Feb. 15, 1SSS 1 Box H. Kanipraeier. Men. 16, 1S9 IBox W. E. Brown. May 1. 1SS9 IBox "- -- w........... Jt, 1S99 ...lBox x. M. I J. il "". "s. F.V.Aug. 30. 1SS9 2Bxs Diamond A. Oct. 25. 1S99 lTub Diamond K fa K. Oct. . lSS3....1Tub N. M.. Oct. 25, 1SS9 1 Crate Stove Davey Photo. Co., Oct. 25, 1SS9...1 Pkg" N. M.,Cov. 22,1599 .2Bxs O. A. Steven, Htlo. Dec 20, 1S99..1 Pkg G. A. Gonsalves, Jan. 17, 1900 1 Box Haw. Com. & Sugar Co., Jan. 17, 0. B. Northrup, Jan. 17. 1900 ICase Hon. Photo, Supply Co.. Jan. 17, jg Djamond U Hon.. Jan. 17. I960. 5Bxs , C. A. K. Hopkins. Feb. 14. 1900.. 1 Casp MT. W. Bierce. care T, H. D. & Co.. Feb. 14. 1900 1 Crate Miss May Kapali. Feb. 14. 1900... 1 Box Mrs. Jennie Miles, April 11. 1900. .1 Pkg A. J. Williamson, Honokaa. May 9, 1900 IBox A. H. Andrews & Co.. May 9, 1900.5 Bxs N. M., May 9. 1900 1 Bale-Mrs. James Alama. May 9, 1900. . .1 Pk? Manuel Sebastian, May 9, 1900 1 Pkg EX S. S. ALAMEDA. H. W. Schmidt & Sons, Jan. 5, Mrs. P. De La Porte, Mch. 29, 1900 lPkg Mrs. Wilhelm Lanz. Sept. 3, 1S99.1 Pkg B. O. Clark (Com. of Agr.), Nov. 10, 1S99 3 Pkgs. Plar" Lovejoy & Co., Dec 6, 1S99. ...... .1 'p'k? Mrs. Frances Montrose, Feb. 2. ...lPkg Diamond R. L. Co., Apr. 27, 100.. IBbl Hon. Iron Works, May 24, 1900.. Vl Box A. J. Williamson, Honokaa May 2-". 1900 .' xpkg H. Vicars, May 24, 1900 i Box S. S. MOANA. - W. G. I. & Co., Sept. 14, 1S9S 1 Box U. S. Bennington, Feb. 1, 1S99....1 Box F. W. Beardsley, Feb. 1. lo99 1 Box J. B., April 23, 1S99 i Box George Groves, May 24, lS99......1Pkg Miss Edith Froom. Nov. 2S, 1S99. .1 Pkg A Vos Publico, Hilo. Nov. 2S, '99.1 Pkg Macfarlane & Co., Feb. 11. 100. . .1 Pkir ; W. D. Alexander, Mch. 30, 1900.. .1 Pkg v , b. uassage, Apr. 25. 190 1 Box Hilo Drug Co., Hilo, Apr. 25, 1900.1 Pkg Excelaior Soda Works, Hilo, Apr. 25.1900 lPkg EX S. S. MARIPOSA. Stoddard Fitzpatrick, Nov. ML 9S.1 Pkg H. J. M., Jan. 4, 1S99. ..,.,, lPkg P. M. Lucas, care Mt & O., Feb. 1, 1S99 lv....v IBox Wing Wo Oban, M.ch. 3, 1S9D 1 Pkg J. T. Waterhouse, Oct. 12. 1S99...1 Pkg Hon. J. Hardy. Kauai. Jan. , 1900 lPkg Claude M. Zellers, Spreckelsville, Jan. 4, 1900. lPkg A. G. 11.. Mav 25 1&00 2 Cases S. S. CITY OF PEKING. 1 J. D. Campbell, Mch. S.1S9S IBox T. G. Ballentyne, Mch. S, 1S99..1 Crate . Diamond S, May 13, 1900 1 Pkg i Diamond K K, May 13, 1900. 15 Tubs S. S. COPTIC ', W. S. L., No. 25, Feb. 27, is99...1Balo ; J. Hopp, May 4, 1S99., IBox King B, July 20. 1S99 IBox N. M., Nov. 25, 1S99,,..2 Bdls Seaweed M. K., Nov. 25, 1S99 l Basket N. M., No. 30, Nov. 25, 1S99 IBox S. S. RIO DE JANEIRO. Diamond K S K, April 27, lS99...1Tab EX S. S. DORIC. Diamond K S K, June 23, 1S99 . , . l Tub G. H. Barlow, June 23, lg39, l Box S. S, GAELIC, N. M.. Au?. W., 1S99 i Box Gonsalves, & Co., May 31, 1S99 1 Box Beuon. Smith & Co., Oct 3, '99. .lPkg Alexander & Baldwin, Dec 22, 99.1 Pkg T. H. Davies & Co., Dec 22. -99.1 Pkg L. S. Co., Paapalo, Dec, 22. !S99..1Box Diamond S K, Dec 22, 1S93 3Bxa N. il., Dec, 22-. 1899 1 iron Kettle S. S. CHINA. Diamond S K, Jan. 4. 1S33, l Tub C. K., No. G. Jan. 4, 1839 IBox Lovejoy & Co., Jan. 4, 1S99 IBox Hoffschlaeger Co., Jan. 4. 1S99.1 Box Hong Quon. Jan. 8, 1900 ipg EX S. S. AMERICA MARU. A. R., Oct. 14, 1S59 it Alexander & Baldwiu,My 1. 'oo.'l Pkg W BIB liARKS J. C. PFLU0ER AMD M. E. " WATSON We Have Seceived a T.arge Assortment of Morton's and Crosse & Blackwell groceries Bicarbonate of Soda, Wash Soda, Caustic' Soda PAINTS AND OIIs Corrugated Iron, Ridginsr T? Cement and KrebrS a 1" ' Hnfam, StockhobS Tar' ftSP" Tubs, TinplatesQiL &&. 'Toovi y vuCUWCB, j0t9 Hr EL S, S, HONGKONG MART. Diamond S K, Aug. 23, 1599..... 15k LS Griabaum &-Car Jan-1, "00.1 Pkg W. EL Bero, May 35, 1300-....... JL Box S. S. NIPPON MARU. Yea Snen, Feb. 1.1S99... IBox N. 3L, N. N., Feb, 1, 1S39 2Bxs N" Ml No, 2. Feb. 1, j Evens. May 2, 1900 ZPZ& J. M. Rlggs. Mea. 7, 1S39 3Bxs BELGIAN KING. Shiators Ikeda, Aug. 15. .J Pkg S. S. CABMABTHENSHmB. Diamond T K. Dec 5, 1S93. . . - -. .3 Tabs V MDec5.1S99 2BxsTv nI it Dec 5, 1S99 4 Hats Wheat S. S. BLOEMFONTEtN. F. J. Church, Jan. 17. 1900........ I Sewing Machine S. S. AORANGL J N. S. Williams, Oct. 2S, !S93...1Box h. $. Co.. Dec 20, 1S99 3 Bxs D D Baldwin. Mch. IS. 1900.... IBox N M. May S, 1900.. 1 Box Adv. Matter Bulletin Publishing Ca, June 9, 120 lPkgfcamples S. S. WARRIMOO. Bishop & Co.. Jan. 22. 1S99 IBox Diamond K O. Jan. 22. 1SS9..... .1 Tub Lewers & Cooke. July 7, lSS3.lPkg N S. Abbott. Dec 25. 1S99 1 Pkjj BARK ALBERT. Diamond S K. Sept. 15. 1S9&. .1 Sk Rice SHIP GEORGE CURTIS. L. S. Mathews. Oct. 19. IS99.. .... lPkg Wheels SHIP ST. FRANCIS. N M., Mch. 20, 1900. .2 Wagon Springs N M Mch. 20. 1900 2 Bbls Cement BARK EDWARD MAY. A. K. & Co.. H A 1440S, May 14. 1900 IBox BAMKENTINE ARCHER. Diamond S, May 23, 190L.. . . . .. .1 Box SCHR. iLVRY E. FOSTER. A. Hockawald, Apr. 27, 1900... 20 Bbls FROM QUARAN i INE. No Name, Nov. 1, 1S99 1 Basket No Name, Nov. 1. 1S93 1 Demijohn No Name. Nov. 1, 1S39...1 Bottle Pills No Name, Dec, 5. 1S99.1 Pkg Umbrellas No Name. Dec 5. 1SS9 1 Demijohp .,o Name, Dec 5. 1S99 1 PkgLoc" No Name. Dec 5, 1S99 1 Pkg ots No Name. Dec, 5, 1S99 IP - No Name. Jan. ,1900 No Name. May . 1900. . .. pkg Tabl . SCHR. JESSIE tijoR. Ex Mnte Jessie Mine Sgpt jg, IS39 5 Pk personal Effe.-'-. S. S. CITY r0F COLUMBIA. H. Sutdthagen. Sept.io.lS9S 1 Box Slot Machine . SSEL UNKNOWN. N. M., Fate unknown '. 16 Caces Japansss Be"- JAS. F. MOBGAN. Auctioneer. SPECIAL NOTICE. KAHUKU PLANTATION. In acconlanco with vote passed at i special meeting held by the shareholii ers of the ICahuku FlnntaUon Co. Au' ut 19, lSfO. authorizing' the new cortitlcnles of shares. Tho shareholders of said compan are horoby requested to present th- r (S100 ir value) certificates and recei. in exchange tho new ($20 par valut i cortifieates, at tho office of tho C. BOLTE, Kahuku Plantation Co. Honolulu Juno 2S, 1000. G A NDI E'S Tou will he- delighted with the results if you send us $1, $1.50, $2, 2.50, o r $3 on receipt will send, r n U. S. mail to any Postofi? eo Address in the LTawtuian Islands free, the Finest Box of Fresh A rtn,i C.NDrEs packed in handsome boxes in size according to the amount sent us. Pick out half a (iozen of your best Frionds or your Enemies for that matter, send . us their Addresses with tho amount 'covering the size Boxes you wish, sent an' I you. will be delighted wrh tho results. THE NEW ENGUNE BAKE.RY HOTEL, ST'rTEET. J. OSWALD LUTTEa Manager. ?-OST. In or UnIon gai Thursday moving, a pocketbook containing morjey, a tax receipt and a bill pl0a,e return to owner at Republican 'ofPce aad receive reward. rropans. ta -?