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If -- e SVcSf ' -1 --.v-VB- e.w i i .- "?C J V .. i.fi, "3 S&gB ? jr - 4 . 5 r -J ay- THE HOOJUijU KtPUUlJCAK, SITXUaX, jUJUr 29, ifW. f ... --. Sealed Ten&sr WBl b received at the office of the n.nateTKjcxwd, 131 12 o'clock noon, Xoa-day, Jalj SO. 1930L for the construction of a and stable buildings for the Territory Stables Co, Ltd. Plans and spcc84lons at the office of Howard i 1Mn, Irogjrs Block. TJw rlw?iCTied does not bind himself &d iept the lowest or any bid. G.SCBCMAN, Trswuirer Territory Stable Co, Ltd. REMOVAL. J .LFRED 3LAGOON, Attorney at IiMy ifrafetl to Magoon .Building, cotopt Aken and fercbanl Streets, 1 Sullos 1-2-3 k 4. 37-lm . - REMOVAL. ferK OK JOHN B Estate, Ltd, 3lSfci.r4 to Ttfngoou Building, corner Mettifeaciaad A Ink wi Streets, up stairs. 87-lm ' PURDY & BARON. BOAT BUILDING, SMITHING, libXWlSRAL KEPAIR WORK. Wtop: SUMNER'S ISLAND Pfatfao W. P. O. Box 202, Honolulu. PACffIC TitAiOTl GO. S7 King: St., Next to Bailey's Cyclory. lawr.HKAooNsi "drays, BKR WAGONS vxd DUMP CAKTS, ALWAYS ON HAND. THUSKH, FURNITURE and SAFES CAREFULLY HANDLED. Telep :oxe, - - - 39S 3EAYER LUNCH ROOMS. H. J. NOLTfi : : : : : Pro)rietor. Fori btreet, Opp. Sprocket's Bank. .Fii'st Class Lunches Served With Tew, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. Open from : a. m. to 8 p. m. Smoker' Requisites a Specialty. 'itelo Land and Improvement Co., Ltd. HOOK: S.TXrODEL BLOCK, PORT ST 081c: Hours 10 to 12 A. M. A. F. GOOKE MANAGER Offers for Sale or Lease 1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES of land "In Pnlolo Valley for building-, Nrjaln or stock raishiff. 2 BLOCKS or 10 BUILDING LOTS uh 1S0OO qunre feet with streets all I uu and tat& cleared. . SINGLE BUILDING LOTS in Tsjtejjrrqu the hill tides, 75x200 Hud UWxKSQ. 4. 5 AND 10 ACRE Lots or CLA3T SOILS suitable for making bricks, fwr pSpC flower iots, fire clay, etco 5. ...aUOONS SHIP BALLAST ROCKS iif quaatitios to suit, for sale in. the mrry or delivered in town. ., ROCK QUARRIES of buULog vt.i Iw sale-or lease. A ffood contractors and nuw firms to work or own their own lsrrr.; x T. Ludhuiabk for SMALL FAK1T. INS CHICKENBANCICES, 3PAXN forsale or lease. S, ROAD METAL, C&USHXD HOCK for eoneivtts work for sale in nalitiw to suit, by the yard or 100,-4 (X wirda. ispeciai rates for large quantities. H. OPPORTUNITIES for to; put. up SO to 40 cottage for rental nsitfbr a. buss lino to ruu as soon as bui4injt are rented. x-, ll -, BEAUTIFUL 5 StUWtJMMAM PGPJtmXY a4 sites for feBisi jxwes, ibvvft Ut tew aike of tka Pot- okv, 'lot art er km on f&vonAto ALOJfG THE WATER FROST. Turk and Lewis Fooled the Union Sailors Yesterday. THE INCA'S GREW SHIPPED QUICK. HARD LUCE OF SEA CAPTAINS WHO ARE NOW AT CAPE NOME. The Old Germania Condemned The Geier Goes to Sea Tomorrow. Vessels Being Overhauled. There Is an apparent effort on the part of Evangelist McCombe to try and keep sailors from shipping. The Inca was all ready to go yesterday and could not get a crew because a gang of men who called themselves union sailors hung around the ship all day holding out for $45 and 350 forth trip and keeping others, who were willing to go, off the vessel. Captain Rasraussen did not know what to do He was all ready to go and could not get men. The men hung around, singing psalms and threatening anyone who wanted to ship. .Most of them were drunk. Captain Rasmussen had signed several men in the morning, but the linionlsts had beguiled them off the schooner. Lewis & Turk were appealed to to get a crew for the vessel, and they did so, but the crew they got was not from shore. The E. B. Sutton, from San Francisco, was just entering the harbor, and before she was dockad six of her crew had signified their willingness to go on the Inca. They were taken to the schooner and over the side before the unionists on the wharf knew what had happened. As soon a. they saw the sailors aboard, the men on the wharf tried to get them to desert and come ashore, but the shipping masters charged the crowd, and they scampered like sheep. The Inca got away in tow of the tug, and the union sailors ran up town, where they gathered together a crowd of people of their Ilk and came back to the wharf, threatening dire vengeance on the shipping men. When the crowd came up with the shipping men who had shipped the crew, each one waited for the other to tackle the two, but of the crowd of eighteen or twenty not one had the nerve to make the first break. The Sargent, Mary E. Foster and Diamond Head got away without trouble with their men. There is likely to be a "hot time" getting the Star of Italy away for the Sound to-morrow. OF LOCAL DESIGN. The steam winches and steam ash hoist on the Callfornian were made after the designs of Chief Engineer Johnson of the Wilder Steamship Company. He first designed them for the steamer Maul. SICK CAPTAINS. Ship masters who went to Nome are not faring well. Private advices received by the San Juan state that Captain Whiteside, who went North on the Luella, Is dead; that Captains Green and Cogan of the wrecked bark Alaska were seriously ill with typhoid fever, and that Captain Morine of the wrecked barkentlne Catherine Sudden was In the hospital suffering from cancer of the throat. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per stmr. "Kinau, from Hilo and way ports, July 2S. T. Fv Dredge, Hon. C. A Galbraith and wife, J. O. Carter, Jr., George Andrews, Mrs. C. H. Fairer, Miss Hattie Meemona, W. F. Emll Pilgram, W. A. Setchell, L E. Hunt, G. S. Wright, C. S. Hollo-way, A. P. Boiler, John Smith, Mrs. Malone, W. McFarlane, Bruce Jr., A. F. Under, J. McAuliffe, H. Jelletz, Mrs. Natlmu, Miss Ah Young, Wm. Jamieson, A. Valentine, F. Souza, John Wilbert, J. S. Emerson, Mrs. J. H. Wise and child, David Kawai, W. Schaefer, J. W. Bergstrom and wife, W. Fernandez, Rev. Ault, Mrs. James Auhl, A. Kida, Emil Kaiser, W. Wright, and ninety-three deck passengers. Per stmr. Mikahala, from Makawell, July 2S. Mrs. L. Auld and A. Rels. Per stmr. W. G. Hall, from July 2S. Paul Isenberg, Sr., Mrs. H. Isenberg, Miss C. M. Crosby, Mrs. Henry Tilden. Josephine Tilden, C. W. Blldwin, J. J. xon Loben Sels, M. C. C. von Loben Sels, J. F. von Loben Sels, M. Vierra. Mrs. McCali, Brother Mrs. W. H. Rice, Miss Elsie Wa terhouse. Fred Waterhouse, Albert Waterhouse. Miss E. Rice, Mr. Fries, J. K. Burket and wife, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Wells. James Kalivi, Master Ai. Sam Kee, Yee Kai, C. Al, Mrs. Miller L W. Blankman. W. Crabbe, E. Crabbe, Miss- Sorenson and thirty-one deck passengers. .AN OLD VESSEL A remarkable Tessel Is the old bark Germania, which has been practically condemned by the Government inspectors of hulls at San Francisco. They examtued the Germania. and, as a result repairs aud alterations costing about $10,000 will have to be made to tfco vessel It she is to continue in service. It Is not at all likely that the Black Diamond Mining Company, owner of the Germania, will make any such outlay, hence the days of the bark arc numbered. She will be converted Into a coal barge. Tha Germanla's record on the sea is perhaps unprecedented. In half a century of service, in gale and fog. in c&lras and dangerous current, no accident has ever befallen the oak-ribbed ship. Her men hare seen other stanch veiiSjEBwallowed up In storms, but the Gersaanta. has never failed to reach port safe aad sound. She was built in 1S5 by FeraaM &. Petigrew at Portsmouth, N. 1L. ts of S?6 toas register, and for masy years ran as apasseager packet betwees New York, and Havrfc. She was then a tall-rigged ship, with three decks, with accommodations for several hundred passengers, aad feer old log, still Keservjed oa board, the iaforaatioa that she made the passage fro Havre to New York la'seveateen days carrying 215 pntfi?a; gwt wallet, wlti makofiajr over ak iach;thkk, 'aa 4e wore pfctsrqe by havy. fittUOMd fWTilJure "whkk k8 bMi fc I ose since the Tessel first -went to sea-hangs a. paiati&s of the Germania as she appeared under full saiL The tare, like the furniture, has been la Us cabin since the first Toyage. Thirty years ago the Germania- was brqpgbt around Cape Horn to this Coast by P. P. Cornwall of the Black Diamond Mining Company, and has al most ever since been In the coal trade bercreen Paget Sound and this port. Twelve years ago she was made into a bark and staterooms amidships were taken out. All her trips- have been successful, and, despite the bluff bow and square stern, the old Germania has always shown good sailing ability. She has made a round trip from here to the Sound In fourteen days, coal- laden one way, and has made three trips to the Sound while other more modern ships were making one. She was in the great storm that swamped the steamers Montserrat and off Cape Flattery a few years jgo. but sustained no damage Accordin to her log and her present master, Cap- Jain Peter C. Rasmussen, the Germania has lost not even so much as a spar during all her long life. For several years after she came to the Coast, Cap tain Lane, now of the steamer Valen cia, was her master, and Captain Pear son also commanded her for several years. MAHUKONA. Arrived July 23, bgtn. Harriet G Wayland, from San Francisco, via Ki- hel; cargo of general merchandise to Hawaii Railway Company, Limited July 23. schr. Allen A., Sverson. from Hilo In ballast, to load sugar; Hawaii Railway Company, Limited, agents. Departed July 25, bgtn. Harriet G, Wayland, for San Francisco, with S3S.0S1 pounds sugar, valued at July 27. schr. Allen A.. for San Francisco, with SS4.210 pounds sugar, valued at $3S,SG0.45. NOTES OF THE WHARVES. The Claudine will be in early this morning. The Star of Italy will sail to-morrow for the Sound in ballast. The Kinau brought a good many passengers for this port yesterday. The bark Diamond Head sailed out of the harbor yesterday without a pilot. The W. G. Hall is on the marine railway. She will be followed on the ways by the Hawaii. Captain Cutler of the Klikitat and Captain Morrison of the transport were shipmates years ago. The American ship E. B. Sutton, thirteen days from San Francisco, arrived yesterday. She had an uneventful trip down. Now that the sugar season is about over, all the inter-island, vessels will be overhauled and repaired, to be in readiness for the new crop. Captain Thompson of the ship City of Hankow has his wife with him. After discharging her' coal the ship will go to the Sound in ballast. The Kinau brought the following cargo: 246 sacks potatoes, 23 sacks corn, 22 hogs, 2 horses, 1 mule, 253 Lsheep, 32 bundles hides and 23S pack ages sundries. Work was begun early yesterday morning coaling the cruiser Geier. The work was rapidly done, and it will be continued to-day. The vessel sails tomorrow for China. The Maui, from Hamakua ports, which arrived yesterday, brought 5190 sacks Paauhou sugar for W. G. Irwin & Co., 3750 sacks for T. H. Davies & Co. and 2400 sacks for H. Waterhouse & Co. The little schooner Golden Gate made a record trip to Molokai. She left here at 5 p. m. Friday, and yesterday morning at sunrise she was off the Molokai lighthouse on her way to . SAILING TO-MORROW. Stmr. Mikahala, for Makaweli and Waimea, at 5 p. m. Stmr. Keauhou, for Hanamaulu, at 5 j). m. Schr. Alice Kimball, for at 5 p. m. Stmr. Mokolii, for Molokai ports, at 5 p.m. SAILING TUESDAY. Stmr.W. G. Hall, for Nawiliwili, at 5 p. m. Stmr. Kinau, for Hawaii and Maui ports, at 12 m. Stmr. Claudine, for Maui ports, at 5 p. m. ARRIVALS. Saturday, July 2S Stmr. W. G. Hall, Thompson, from Nawiliwili, July 27. "Stmr. Hawaii, Nicholsen, from Stmr. Keauhou, Mosher, from Hanamaulu. July 27. Stmr. Mikahala, Pedersen, from Makaweli. Stmr. Mokolii, Napala, from Molokai porta. Stmr. Maul, Parker, from Hawaii ports. Schr. Alice Kimball, Mason, from Molokai. Stmr. Kinau, Freeman, from Maui and Hawaii. Am. sp. E. B. Sutton, Carver, 13 days from San Francisco. DEPARTURES. Saturday, July 2S. Am. sp. CF. Sargent Gammans, for the Sound" In ballast. P. M. S. a City of Peking. Smith, for San Francisco. Stmr. James Makee, Tullett, for Schr. Inca. Rasmussen, for tha Sound, In ballast Am. schr. "Mary EL Foster. Thompson, for San Francisco. In ballast Am. bk. Diamond Head, Petersen, for San Francisco, with sugar. MOVEMENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and tor tne next six days are as follows: ARRIVE. . Steamers. From. Due. Anstralia S.P. .. Aug.,! Coptic S.F. . . Au?.2 Miowera Victoria Acir.'4 America Haru S. F. Atu?. 10 Alameda S.F. Aug. 15 City of Peking a F. Aug. IS Gaelic S.F.. . . . Aujr.28 Australia &F-. . . Aug; 29 3 HEPART. Aoraagi Victoria Ang. 1 Cteenc S.F. . , v . Aug. 4 Australia S. F. . Aujf. 7 Hongkong Kam-S. F ,Aug;41 X&rafMStt T ...,. .AngT21 Doric SJFU... AUC.2S .Wammoo Victoria Auc.29 . - -1 . Tke HofcoiulH Republican will be de-. jred to aay pari of. the city for ?5e 9r atofttfc. or 92 yecvvwutK. " "$ LOTS AT KEWALO AT A-BARGAIN. V FOR SALE. A few fine lots (about 100x200) on Manoa Heights, commanding an unpar alelkd view over Waikiki and ocean Price, 51.750 to 52 GOO. A beautiful corner lot (120x150), high grounds, in be?t portion of Kalihi Cash, $600: balance on easy terms. A large lot on rnwi street In Kalihi" area, about 15,50 square feet; gooJ view, lerms easy. Lots (50x100) in various parts of Kalihi. just past Kamehameha Schools, on easy monthly installments. Lots (50x100) in Xuuanu tract $25.00 down, balance in installments of $10.00 per month. FOR LEASE. A valuable business site on near Hotel street One acre ground, between Liliha street and Insane Asylum road; good residence sites. A large lot, with 109 feet frontage, on King street at Kapalama, just past the rice field. FOR RENT. One New Modern Cottage, centrally located. Apply to J. ESCHNACK Real Estate Agent, Merchant St. If Yoa Take Advantage of the prices we are offering our NEW" LINE of ....... . BED ROOM SETS You will be getting them at bagains never before heard of in Honolulu . Oiuir Prices Are Flgares That Tallk0 Come and judge for yourself THE Coyne Furniture Co., PROGRESS BLOCK. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets. Hawaiian Navigation Co. GASOLTNTE SCHOONERS. Sorprise sails from Honolulu every ten days to LahainaandMakena,3Inui. and all the Kona poristf Hawaii. Alternating- (Tuesdays or Fridays) with Inter-Island Steamers, this gives Kdna ao-Jay service. Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon as possible after arrival for Kauai port3, Koloa, Eleele, Hanapepe, Makaweli, Waimea and Kekaha. The vessels carry freiaht and passengers and insure tnlck d ratcb. For farther information apply to the agents. 3f. W- McCHESSEV &. SONS. Queen Street : z : : : Honolulu. 1 UT. Q. IRUiff 0 P. LJD. Wm. Q Insin .President fc Manager Glaus Spreckek.. First W,JfGifrard Second H. M. Whitney, Jr .. Tress, k Sec't. GecW.Eo . .Auditor, SUGAR FACTOBS xso qmir8siof? Ii?t5. ' I ioENTS FORTHE ? H OC Urn. JFnmc&oo, CL Wliuii Saridge Real Estate Broker, 206 Merchant Street J,5 J & FOR SALE. 1. House and lot on Young st; 60x140; house contains S rooms. Price, ?3.600. 2. Two-story residence on Young st; 10 rooms' Price, 75,00.x Only part cash. 3. House and lot on Alexander st; 100x190; house contains 7 rooms. Price ?5,0v,0. 4. House and lott Kalihi; 77x150; S rooms. Price, $2,900. A bargain. 5. House and lot on slopes of Punch bowl. Price, $ 2,750. 6. House and lot on Kinau st; 50x100. A bargain for ?2,S00. 7. Lot at Kalihi; 77xlo0. Price, $1,000. S. LoT at Kalihi; 50x100. Price, $500. 9. House and lot at Kalihi; 153x150. house contains 8 rooms. Price, $3,90. 10. House and lot on College St.; 75x 125. A bargain for $5,000. 11. Business property on Fort sL; 47x 9S. Price, $5,500. 12. A fine piece of property on Fort 3t, near Vineyard; SlxllC. Pries, $10,000. ,13. Business corner in old Chinatown: 168x165. A good investment; $11,000. - 14. Lot on Kekaulike st; 46 ft front Price, $5,000. hl5. Lots at Kewalo; all bargains; 50x 100 each. 16. Lots off Liliha st; $900 each. 17. House and lot on Liliha st; $3,500. 18. House and lot on Vineyard st; $3,500. 19. Lot on Young Street 55x155. Price $3000. 20. Lodging House on Fort St. Monthly Gross Income. $425. Price $6000. 21. Lots off Liliha Street near town, $900 each. 22. Leasehold on Queen SL, 24 years to run; splendid Warehouse property; $6500. 23. Leasehold on Beretania St., with new building, suitable for stores or warehouses; $4200. 24. Lots at Kunawai, suitable for small homes. 25. Lots on Kuaklne St., cheap for cash. 26. SOLD. FOR LEASE. 27. Business property on Fort St; $50 per month. 28. Various pieces in all parts of the city. TO LET. 29. House and lot at Kalihi; $15 per month. 30. 8-Room Cottage at Panahou, de- slrably situated. Hi III ;un mum Real Estate Broker, 206 merchant Street. GREAT SALE Monday Tuesday , and Wednesday, "We Will Place off 1250 Ready Made Sheets Pillow Casing Plain and AT A Great Reduction in Prices 100 Dozen. s Ghilto's Blaek Hbbey Hose AT 10c. PACIFIC! IMPORT GO. Model Block. Corner RISDON IRON WORKS, SAN FRANCISCO. Engineers and Builders of High Duty Flywheel Pumping Engines. All clashes of Hydraalic Machinery. Water Wheels for direct connected generators for long distance transmission. Marine.Keine Patent Water Tube and plain Tubular Boilers.- Corliss and High Speed automatic Engines. the complete of Sugar Mills. OFFICE: Room 12 Sprocket' IE W i Of the Poetry of. . 11 so you wm UKeour stock or Summer Neckwear. Here is concord nrd rythm, sentiment ad patriotism. The beautiful is worked into tbo mwt delicate shade- Of Silk, of which the like ha.-? never been scan Iwfor. The attention given to the making portauce aiiacnea 10 11 as an article of drerf. Make your choice now and get the best at popular prices. A TOUCH OF -Good Taste and. Good Style In our Mens, Boys and Children 3 Clothing lifts it out of the -and adds 2a per cent, to its value- It mfoht pay vou to look at n.ir lln.. a THE KArSH" Two stores, Two Stocks, P.O.BOX55S, 9 and 11 Hotel St.. Till Honolulu Tobacco Co., Ltd., runr azu SUuHQHAKT STREETS, Has received per Australia from NEW YORK thtf world - renowned brand o! Cigars. This elegit CIGAR can be purchased for Fivk Cjts Onlt. , TRY THHT -. , & & & i i .emsutene Fort and Beretania Streets. Builders for all machinery for Block. Telephone ISHt Honolulu. LIVER Summer? of beautiful Neckwear : shows ! the im- Two Telephones 96 and 67B and corner of Fort and Hotel s ii . 4.u' t ... 13 . . -. .JL jf - , JP" T , :. r ,?l sS .-.-&. i, , jfe" ts - ' 5 fS " sn45?v.. s &r3llf r If - A. ' $1. " "v -'" -; '""'V -Tf i & "ib ' jt v X. J ;& 3?y4&fc; -SS- , .i? ' V ? - -- 33 r ,.. . ' . V. . 3BU!... ." - -. . L.- Xt "a gifaiiiiiHtaHttMKSHKMHHpSTTTT - ? ..(uiasSSslllSSaS IIUfcOjtM 4 mwffaal aiiiiTi sss V&S&Si mmmwnm