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.: ; i, 1" i! 1! ' s u nij i, ""K ' "JCTV" ' J'5' p.i?,, i-i 1 TES HOXOLTOitl iaSPtattS, FRIDAT, AllGtffT 3, UOtf . -1- - & Wm.G.lrwin&Co IiTMTTED Offer for Sale: EEEKED SUGARS. Cube and Granulated. PAPuVFLXEPALXTCO.'S Paints. Compounds and Building Papers. PABST OILS. Lucol Raw and Bailed. Linseed Raw and Boiled. IXDURIXE, cold-water Paint, in side and outsTde: in while and colors. FEETILIZERS Alex. Cross & Sons Scotch fertilizers, adapted forsu gar cane and coffee. N. Ohlandt & Co.'a chemical FcjIU izens and finely ground Eonemeal. STEA3I PIPE COVEKING, Reed's patent elnstic sectional pipe Covering. HLTBR, PRESSICLOTHS, Linen and Jute. CEMENT, L1M & BRICKS (Sr ;? . Agents Fop WESTERN SUGAR REFINING CO. San Francisco, Cal BALDWIN LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. Philadelphia, Penu, V. S. A. NEWELL UNIVERSAL MILL CO. (Manf. "National Cane Shredder") . New York. U. S. A. OHLANDT & GO. Snn Francisco, Cal. IRON AND LOCOMOTIVE WORKS. San Francisco, Cal. Pa pa Kb Ra ?iaa m pa pa ps pa pa JseHafcaPaKafcaJGapapaJEajsapHpa Palolo Land and Improvement Co., l;td. ROOM 8, MODEL BLOCK, FORT ST C Offlco Hours 10 to 12 A. M. A. R COOKE mamger Offers for Sale or Lease 1. TRACTS of 25 to 100 ACRES Of land in Palolo Valley for building-, fanning or stock raising. 2. BLOCKS ofIC BUILDING LOTS acn 15000 square feet with streets" nil laid nud lots cleared. 3. SINGLE BUILDING LOTS Iu the valloy or on the hill sides, 75x200 tvnd 100150, 4. S AND 10 ACRE Lots of CLAY SOILS suitable for makiug bricks, ewer pipe, flower pots, Ore clay, etco 5. 000,000 TONS SHIP BALLAST &OCK5 iu quantities to suit, for sale In the quarry or delivered Iu town. C. ROCK QUARRIES of buIULnp sione for sale or lease. Agood opportunity for contractors and new build-lug' Arms to work or own their own quarry. 7. Land suitable for SKALLFABJC ING, CHICKEN RANCHES, MOUN TAIN HOMES, Etc, for sale or lease. S. ROAD METAL, CRUSHED BOCK for concrete work for sale in quantities to suit, by the yard or 100,- 000 yards. Special rates for large ,' quantities. 9. OPPORTUNITIES for contractors to put'up SO to 40 cottages for rental and for a buss lino to run as soon as buildings -are rented. -10. BEAUTIFUL SUSUXBAX TPXORBRTT sod tritee for hotel purposes, thre to four mlaeof, the Post office, lor sale or le on .favorable A-: ALONG' THE " WATER PRQjfe The Aorangi Prom tlie Colonies Causes a Stir. SAILS WITH PJSSEXeEBS TODAY. DID NOT ENTER THE HARBOR AS SHE WAS ORDERED NOT TO. Two Barks Arrive After Stormy Pmsages From Newcastle The Irmgard and Skagit Depart for Coast. ' Rumors were rife yesterday regarding the qujfrionaaaee of the which"" arrived off the harbor about .10 o'clock In the morning; With the doctor and pilot, the representative of the agents went to the vessel. Captain Hepworth informed -Mr. Irvine that s had been received from the home office of the company that the Aorangi was not to come into Honolulu on this trip, but to lay off the port for orders. That is the reason he stopped. There was no freight taken at the Colonies for Honolulu and no passengers. As Davies & Co., the agents here, were unaware of the order, they had hooked passengers from here for Victoria, and wheu It was reported around town that the steamer had gone on there was a descent made upon the office to find out about things. Finally, after laying off outside all day. It was decided that it was best for the steamer to take passengers booked, and so about 5 o'clock the Aorsngi came iuslde the three-mile limit, and Captain Hepworth entered her in due form. The tug which was chartered by Davies & Co. took several people out- to the vessel and brought two cabin passeng?ra hack, who had become entranced with the scenery Aorangi was describing great circles outside all day. The remainder of MacAdoo'd minstrel troupe, which are aboard the will be landed parly this morning, as Manager Cohen of the Orpheum completed arrangements for stopover privileges. The Aorangi sails this morning. The scow taking passengers to her leaves Pacific Majl wharf at 7 o'clock. As Captain Hepworth had received positive orders not to come In here, the vessel remained outside. It is not Improbable that the company will discontinue its steamers to Uiis port, but no such advices have been received by the agents. The reason the Aorangi wan told not to stop hore Is, possibly, because she la wanted for a transport by the British Government to take supplies and ammunition, and, possibly, troops from to China. SAN FRANCISCO CIRCULAR. Arrivals: July 12, Falls of Clyde. Hilo; 13th, Aloha. Honolulu; 13th, Al bert, Honolulu; 15th, Coptic, Yokohama and ffonojulu; 16th, Mauna Ala, Honolulu; liith, John G. North, Honolpu; 17th. Edward May, Honolulu; ISth, Australia, Honolulu; 19th. Annie Johnson, Hilo; 19th, C. D. Bryant. Honolulu: 21st, Archer, Ho nolulu; 21st, R. P. Rlthet, Honolulu; 22d. Himalaya, Honolulu; 22d. America Mam, Hongkong, Yokohama and Honolulu. Departures: July 12, S. T. Alexander, Kahtllui; 17th, Emily F. Whitney, Honolulu; 19th, S. G. Wilder, Honolulu: 22d, Martha Davis, Hilo. Vessels Up and Loading For to sail July 27; Aloha, to sail July 29; Andrew Welch, Archer, C. D. Bryant and Edward May. For Hilo Falls of Clyde. ARRIVALS. Thursday. August 2. Stmr. Niihau. Thompson, from ... ... S -W R V. -.......,., Anrand Honwnrth. . ,' , from me uoionies. Am. bk. Sea King, Wallace, 50 days from Newcastle, with coal to order. Br. bk. Woolahra. Williamson. ?2 days from Newcastle. DEPARTURES. Thursday, August S; O. & O. S. S. Coptic, Rinder, for thei Orient Stmr. .Maul, Parker, for Maul and Hawaii ports. Stmr. Noeau. Wyman, for Honokaa and Kukuihaele. Am. bktn. Irmgard. Schmidt, for San Francisco. Am. bktn. Skagit. Robinson, for the Sound in ballast, Stmr. W. G. Hall., Thompson, for NawiliwiU and Koloa. Stmr. James iiakee, Tullett, for TO SAIL. TO-DAY. Stmr. Mauna Loa. Simerson, for Maalaca. Kona and Kan. at 10 a. m. PASSENGERS ARRIVED. Per. C-A. S. S. Aorangi, from the Colonies, August 2. Mr. and Mrs., Bruce, MacAdoo's Mingtrel Company. PASSENGERS DEPARTED. For San Francisco, per bktn. Irmgard, August Mr. $nd Mrs. John A, Hasrlnger and Mr. and MrsL John and daughter. SCOeiKMneasSCfllflo S8Jalyd sh sh TWO BARKS ARRIVEL The British bark Woolahra aad the American bark Sea King; arrived from Newcastle yesterday wltk, coal, after loag ad stormy voyages. The Wool ahra fethe Teasel spobea by the City of Hankow when several days oat sad the Sea King was spokes with her main and fore topgallantsails gtme fey tiie Hakwood. The-weather eacrd by tfc two Teseebtheworst! - ever met wua By ejmer 01 tae aEUK pere. jror toy, ey; wt la.fBrkHMl -H.-. w... ..- '- ? a?s - TIDES, gUX A3TD xooy. , r,s:rEr'r'&,, ? :?! fit! '. 33 It ' tata t E5t. ytia e in.?ija wjh WW1 It f.laf I I! tSi J i t .a, j.tjJtJSMi.w 1-?. s 2.21; 5J7;5JSJSSH.U sat u4? 5.15., T COIJJljS ina. a I . Snn. iS.tS.2S 4.1 ISJSjiS.Sr 0.23 First qaarter of the moon on the 3rd at 6:16 a. m. MOVE1HENTS OF STEAMERS. Steamers due and to sail today and for tie next sir days are as follows: ARRrvE. Steamers. From. Due. Miowera Victoria Aug. 4 America Maru S.F. Aug. 10 Alameda S. F. . . Aug. 15 City of Peking S.F. Aug. 16 Gaelic S.F. Aug.2S Australia S.F. .... Aug. 29 DEPART. Gaelic S.F. Aup. 4 Australia S- F. Aug. 7 Honskoug Maru S- F. ... Aug. 11 Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17 China Aug.21 Doric S.F. Aug.2S Warrimoo Victoria Aug. '22 gales and scudded along under almost bare poles. When it was not storming the winds were contrary, and so the time made was slow. Not until within comparatively short distance of the Islands were the trades struck. The Woolahra has 134S tons of coal to order and the Sea. King has 2100 tons to H. Hackfeld & Co. BRUTUS AGROUND. WASHINGTON, July 24 Lieutenant A. B. Hoff of the navy and twenty-seven bluejackets had some exciting experiences on board the collier Brutus at Guam, which are related in a report just received at the Navy Department. The Brutus was riding at anchor at the usual anchorage in Guam waters in the latter part of tay, warn the wind began to blow freshly from the northwest. Fires were started in the engine-room. The barometer feh slowly, and late that night it began blowing hard, with blinding rain. During the night, a't various ime, the engines were steamed ahead to cables. At daylight the next morning a reef was found close astern, and, owing to its proximity, the officer In charge determined tp shift his herth to the windward. In attempting to get npder way one of the anchors did not come up promptly, and the steam gear failed to work. The ship's head fell off, bringing the ship upon the reef broadside. The ship grounded heavily, with seas going oyer the starboard side. There was every pr03p.yct pf a heavy westerly swell setting in as the atorm receded, whlqh, should the ship bilge, would capsize it to starboard. The officer, therefore, decided to abandon the ship. lunulas was effected on the reef bv means of a gig. Which was drageed along the reef, over which progress was made to Cabrls Island,- thence-by means of the gig and a navy boat to a'point where telegraphic communication was had with the Governor. Early the next day the officer in charge and his detail returned to the ship and preparations were made to get the vessel off. Wjtb the assistance of the Solace this was accomplished, and the Brutus preceded to the anchorage under its own steam. It was found that the vessel suffered no serious injury. THE CANAL AT LA BOCxV. PANAMA, July 19. The Pacific Mall steamship Costa Rica this morning came successfully alongside the new Panama Railroad wharf at La Boca, near the entrance to the canal. She came in loaded through the canal channel and drew fifteen feet of water. The depth of water at the wharf was forty feet. This is the first time a large vessel has come to the wharf. Other ships of greater tonnage will probably follojy. The new system will completely revolutionize the handling of freight, which, since the opening of the Panama Railroad, has been done by means of lighters and steam tugs down the bay. GERMAN TRANSPORTS. Germany Is rushing steamers to San Francisco. Two of them are now on the way and more will follow. Horses, mules and fodder and black diamonds from the Puget Sound collieries are to be rushed tp China, and as the Kaiser cannot charter vessels It America, he has to send over some of his own merchantmen. The Bosnia Is now on her way to San Francisco from Baltimore, and the Silesia from Yokohama. Both of these are enormous carriers, and will take away about id,(h0 tons of freight !e- tween them. ANOTHER WHALE STORY. The following story is published by the San Francisco Examiner: The whale that hit and sank the Bonlti is still after the pilots. Captains Erskine and Korts are the latest victim of ths sporting monster of the deep. They were out Tuesday night on the pilot-boat Grade S., when a strange thing occurred. It is the custom when the pilot boats noe cruising far out to drop the hedge anchor at night, to prevent the, craft from drifting. When the kedge was down and everything made snug oa board, the two old salts proceeded to J make themselves comfortable for ths night "Fine night" remarked Korts. "Not a breath or air," returned who halls .from down East-Ten minutes later a jar was felt and the old salts looked at each, other Inquiringly. "Humph, sal Captain Korts with an. uneasy langh. "maybe the BonltaTs whale Is coming after hs. "There's something: doimj," retnrned Captain Erskine. "By the JCorth Star, we're under way!" They scrambled up on deck and were raetby one of the-crew. "A""wba!e!" gasped the sailor. "Where away?" cried Erskiae, action and starting aft "Dead -ahead, air," reported the sail-on oa the jort bow with the kedge anchor in his teeth." "Wltatl howled the pilots, falling: against each other. j Fjor aaswer the sailor pointed" at a big black saass. piling, throngs the wa ter. e Trobah.ly toot the, ancborjror a Hk aope. atr,;:' said the seafarlngjBAS. Good iT!".. xcllad JUot ; ST 4Cs ."? Korts. "If he sSkwM take a aotkw to go 4owh." Or ap," said XwJda. -thick restart meat hare tkfcted tke wfeale. for fee spcwte4 aad save all feas4s a ba:h. The effort slvbL have snapped ths rhaln.jfor the' aert aoaeat tke whale took, a heaaer and west down with ih anchor. CaptalB ErsklEe cars In to -pert afteraooa. aad the am sssa he net was Caplala Blair. Daddy" of' tae Alaska Commercial Companr. to whom he told'the story. Daddy's eyes opened as large as "You talk aboat steaming along on the Farragut," said the pilot. you would have thought she was standing stllL" "And did he swallow the anchor?" exclaimed Daddy. "No, I suppose he Just picked his teeth with it, and threw it away. How-do I know what he did with the anchor?" "You ought to give that story to the newspapers, Ersklne. "Not on your life. Nobody wcUd It." Daddy looked at him for a moment; then a twinkle came into his, eye. "Say. Erskine." said he, "when rhe Bonita was sunk Oleck Swansea lost his cap. Are you sure that while didn't have it on?" -"- Bat Erskine was gone. ALONG THE WHARFS. Captain Kelly of the bark Mohican entertained a few friends aboard his vessel last nfght. The eighteen-ton boiler of tho was taken out of her yesterday and landed on a scow, to be Jumped as a mooring in naval row. The Nilhau, from Anahcla yesterday, reports 7595 bags of sugar on Kauai. Fine weather has prevailed on the Garden Isle for the past week. Captain Harry Gahan is mand of the gasoline KkopjuKJ Eclipse. Captain Henningsen has" gone to the Coast to take command-'of a deep-water vessel. The harkentines Irmgard and Skagit left for San Francisco and the Sound, respectively, yesterday. The Irmgard took several passengers and a load of sugar. The Skagit went in ballast. The little yacht Leowa, built some time ago by Charts. D. Walker, was taken up on th'e'drydock on Wednesday for an expert examination. Three expert boat builders will make an examination of her, and on their report a suit by the owners against the builder will be brought The Leowa came near going tp pieces at sea during the Fourth of July regatta." HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. Honolulu, Thursday, Aug. 2. 1900. Bid Asked Ewa l'laiitatlou Company 26.VJ 27 Hawaiian Sugar Company ............ 219 Honoinu Sugar Company ITS Houokaa Sugar Company 31 Haiku Sujiar Company 2 Kaliuku Plantation Cnui pan v 30 Klhel PlantaUon Co., j.ta.. As,,,.. 1X' I3y Klpalmlu SUKarCompanj: 110 Koloa Sucar Company "..: ;.. xS3 McBrydeSuparCo., Ltd,. Assess 4 4 Oahu SuparCo 157; 162; Ookala Supar Co 1 Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd., Assess 2i 2j; Olaa Sugar Co., Ltd.. Paid up ........ 12) '13J Pala Plantation Co ,.,,.,.. 250 repeeKco supar coniiwwy 223 Pioneer Mill Company.: ISO 160 Walalua Agricultural Co., Assoss. S3 SO Walluku Sugar Co 400 Walmea Mill Co 125 Wilder Steamship Company 125 Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co ... . 1J0 Hatrallnn Electric Co no 175 Oahu llAliw ay & Laud 0o JM ISO People's Ieo i Rofrlir. Co.. ;:. "' 100 BONDS. Hawaiian Gov't.'6pcr cent 99 Hawaiian per cent.. 93 Haw'oG. Post. Havings, -S percent... W JEira Plantation 6 percent.. !.,, .'..'.I, 1&3 Kahuku Plantation Q percent........ 102 Oalm Hallway .vLnrid Co,Gp.c, ..,.,, J03 SALBi Morning Session. 10 Pioneer. ....: ISO 00 SOOlaa.Pd .-... , U 00 10 Ewa M 50 " AFTEnXOO.V SESSIOX. tou (iiaa ., ........... .... Ht 10 Olaa A -. 2 37 BETWEEXHOACDa,t . lOOOloa, A 2 25 65 Ookala... 13 00 REMOVAL NOTICE. The offices and salesrooms of the Oceanic Gas and Electric Co., Ltdn: have been removed to the Ewa store in the new Magoon Building, corner of Merchant and Alakea streets. OCEANIC GAS AXD ELEGTRIC CO, Limited. When Tou 60 To WilLDKD -STOP AT WIIM First-Class House in Every Detail. MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Manager-Wailuku, Manl. POM k BARON. SHIP CAXPENTEBXSG, B0iLT3vnLDnfG, SKTTHIKG, AND GENERAL REPAIR WORK. -? Shop: SUMNER'S ISLAND Phone SCG, P. O. Box 82, 'Honolulu. Alarm Clocks Kinds, AH Prides; BIAET'S mL. " W.JK.1 W. E. I !EIS Rail Etitt, Stacks tIBMfe. OFFICE CORNER KING AND BETHEL STREETS FOR SALE. A splendid large lot 4ou Beretania Street near Miller Street is offered at a bargain for a short time only. For full particulars call at my office. FOR SALE. Leasehold, 18 years, paying 20 net on selling price, a first class investment. FOR SALE. A large pjepe qf prpperty in Chinatown very cheap. FOR SALE. A beautiful-home, Wajkild. lot 75x120; only $3500.00; on easy terms, a snap. FOE SALE. Lots, an hqupe and-lots in all part o Honolulu. LOTS AT KEWALO AT A BARGAIN. . 1 i - J ;' FOR T3ALE. A few nne lots (about a00x200)..on Manoa Heights, commanding an view over Walkikl and ocean. Price, 11.750 to 12,000. A beautiful corner lot (120xl50),high grounds, in- beat portion of KallhL Cash, 600; balance on easy terms. A large lot on good street In Kallhl; area, about 15,500 square feet; good view, lerms easy. Lots (50x100) in various parts of just past Kamehameha Schools, on easy monthly Installments. Iiota (50x100) in Naoanu tract, $25j00 down, . balance in installments of $10X10 per.month. FOR LEASE. A valuable basinet site oa Mauna-kea, near Hotel street One. acre ground, between Llllha street and 4aaase Asyluaa road; good resldeace sites. A largejot, with 1 feet iro&Uge. os King street at Fapalama, last past ths rlceJUiL r: x- Apflyto , m - w. J. ES6MMI .'-- j t GREAT SALE Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday We Will Palce om Sale 1250 Ready Made Sheets Pillow Casing Plain and .pemstitelied AT A Great Reduction 100 Dozen. Gbilton's 61aek tfibbed Hose AT 10c. PACIFIC IMPOET CO. Model Block. Corner Astor House Restaurant Corner King & Alabca Streets. Meals served at all hours. First class in everv detail. AH CHUCK. Proprietor -THE- Honolulu Custom House Brokerage Are now prepared to transact anything: pertaining to Custom House and Internal Revenue, Shipping, Etc. Two expert work guar an teed. OFFICE: With R. C. A. Peterson Real Estate, Stocks, Bonds, and Notary Public. No. 16Kaahiirjaaiiu St. P. O. BOX 365. Telephone 168. THIS WEEK We Are Holding a Reduction Sale in the Following lanes Hevy Pongee SUfc, uaitable'for men's salts. Fine Grass Linen, white, blue, yellow, purple and green. Handwork Fancy Sandal Wood Handkerchief and Glove Boxm. Embroidered Red Silk and Gram Linen xaoe covers. Eabroldered Sflk Piano Covers, differ- t&& colors EmbrcUeml Silk Haadtercfcfcfe differ- ;t colors and patterns. Woeies Goods, Navy Blue and Black for salts. HI BwKKiry Blae Sergs. Iadk Ltew, Victoritf Lawa, Colored XaUa ad Cwtaia. 00 KIM . 0 KwM ttw aWri HUi, in Prices Fort and Beretania Streets. PACIFIC T1LUBSFBR CO. 227 King- St., Next to Bailey's Cyclory. EXnRrSVAGONsTDRAVS, BER WAGONS and IHrjtp OARTS, ALWAYS ON HAND. TRUNKS, FURNITURE and SAFES CAREFULLY HANDLED. - .- - Main 58 um. q. iRuiffo c;o. Lib. Wm. G Irwin .President ,t Manaeer Claus Spreckels First Vice-Pre W. M. Oiifartl Second Vice-Pres. H. 51. Whltnev, Jr Treas. iSec't Geo. W.Ross. .. Auditor, SUGAR FACTORS AND mn,issk)r? 3$?9t5. AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Co. Of San Francisco, Cal. Hawaiian Navigation Co. GASOLINE SCHOONERS. Surprise eails frontllonolulit every ten days to Lahaina nnd 51akena, JIaui. and nil the Kona ports of Hawaii. Al ternating (Tuesdays or Fridays; with Inter-Island Steamers, this given Kona, a 5-day service. Eclipse sails from Honolulu as socti as possible after arrival for Kauai ports, Koloa, Eleele, Ifannpepe, 5Iuka well, Waimea and Kekaha. The vessels carry freight and passengers and insure quick dispatch. For further information apply to the agents. 5L W. 5IcCHESNEV & SONS, Queen Street : : : : : Honolulu. The HILO TMME W. HT. SMITH, : : : Editor ARCH. C. STEELE, ; ; JIanager Published Every Saturday, CLEAN RELIABLE and NEWSY per year Foreign, a.50 " " Tliis imblication hna Dm t.,, t lSSlSii13"1 t Hawau of arv rrfTTi1 nv?PEB. ad as ah Adv6rUfng .Medium is SECOND TO JfOJix. Wm LDMCH ROOMS. ,T. JfOLTE ; : ; : r Propnetor. Fort Street, Qpp. Spreckel's Bank. First Class Lunches Served With Tea;, Coffee, Soda Water, Ginger ,. or -nits, upen irom 8 a. a. to &p. m. SpokMiBwittWUa a Specialty. " -a-" - . .- -. - r y. 4 Vd .(&" 5 r j. r. . .