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THE HAWAIIAN STAU, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1902.
If 1 ' 1 - " Business Ih quiet but if you buy your loti for less than they aro actually worth and know how to build a neat, Udj cottage, some one Is going to get bargain. Please don't bother mo for a row flays when t promise you something Brood. L. 0. ABLES, Roal Estate Agent TELEPHONE MAIN 130 P. O. BOX 243 Honolulu Iron Works TKAM ENGINES, SUOAH MILM SOtLBItS, COOLERS, IKON, BRA.0 AND liEAD CASTING B. j Mfccninery of Every Description MM U Order. Particular attention pidA I Ship' Blacksmithlng. Job Work B ouled on Short Notice. On hand the following plantation shares: Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ewa. Oahu, Walalua, Kahuku, Pioneer Mill. Haiku, Pain, Koloa, McBryde, Hawaiian' Sugar. Kekaha. . Ian Mta i i : v a i v i ; ict i m : n i : vr s . Jns. F. Morgan Page 8 Co. A., N. O. 11 Page 5 Notice to Creditors Page & Washington Mercantile Co Page 5 Hergstlom Music Co Page 4 Manufacturers Shoo Co ..Page 1 NEWS IN A NUTSHELL. HTOCK AND IIOND BROKER Homier Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Oittco, Campbell Block, Merchant Street Honolulu, T. H. Telephone Main, 101 P. O. Cox CS3, HART & CO., LTD THG EUrt- ice CRSAM PARLORS Jhocolales and Confections !c Cream and Water Ices Rakry Lunch. BE I RESORT 18 IKE GITY :L. ,1'. SUN, Nuuanu Street. - - - Near Pauahl. I3-SSIM MCKi'' Drosses, Ladles' Underwear, Mosqui to Netting. Pillow Cases, Underwear, Skirts and Chemises always on hand. FIRST-CLASS WOIIK. l'uruKi-uphs Hint Oivo Condensed Aews of tho liny. Co. "A" drills this evening. A notice to creditors appears on page 6. Electric fans on $15.00 at Hawaiian Electric Co. S. & W. canned goods are always tho best. Got them at 11. May & Co. Ladles shoes advertised on front page by Manufacturer's Shoe Co. See nd. The Bergstrom Music Co. makes a specialty of tuning and repairing pianos. Miss Hoire will not receive on Thurs days during the 'months of July and August. Hawaiian News. Co. have a writing tablet of the latest size, writing paper with envelopes to match. Yuen Lun was found by tho coroner's Jury to have come to his death by ac cident due to his own carelessness. A special meeting of tho stockhold ers of the Washington Mercantile Co. is called for Friday, July 11, at 5 p in. Albert Arndt, bookkeeper of the Ha waiian Hardware Co., received news on the Ventura of the death of his father. Prlmo beer in bottles is kept on Ice by Camara & Co. for convenient h of customers. $2.00 per dozen quarts, de livered free. The most varied assortment of ofllce desks, chairs and furniture ever dis played in Honolulu has just been open ed up by H. Hnckfeld & Co. See their ad. Hy the Hongkong Maru, K. J. rina nlshl, manager of the Yokohama Spe cie Bank, received news of the dentil of his father from acute induen?, i, at the age of 07 years. George K. Kumulli will leave on tho next steamer for the coast io accept a position with Frank F. Wilson, as spe cial agent for the sale of clothing. Mr Kumulli expects to return to 'Honolulu and act as the Hawaiian representa tive for Mr. Wilson. Among the passengers passing through here last Saturday hy the Hongkong Maru were A. Sato, the Jap anese minister to Mexico, his wife und child, and Mr. K. Taknci. a son of ox- I Surgeon General of tho Japanese iNavy. Mr. Sato is on his way homo on a vacation. Agricultural Commissioner Wray Taylor, S. E. Damon and Dr. Sinclair and D. Mclntyre, gardner for S. M. Da mon, visited the site of the new hos pital for Incurables, In Kalmukl, this morning , fur the purpose of forming a plan to lay out the grounds. The government will nssist the hospital by . nlylng some plants. The barkenilne Planter got away this morning lor San Francisco With a small amount of sugar for ballast. The bark Gerard C. Tobey sailed In the afternoon for San Francisco with 2,130 tons or sugar. The schooner Alice t""ooke will sail tomorrow for Puget oouuu, in oanasi. a no ivorwegian bark Bnrossa Is to take ballast today and sail tomorrow or next day for the Hound. For Account of Whom Tt May Concern OK FRIDAY, JULY 11, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At the old Flshmarket wharf, near the foot of Maunakea street, Honolulu, I will sell at public auction, for ac count of whom It may concern, the following goods, slightly damaged by salt water on voyage of exportation from Honolulu to Kauai, on April 17th, ex schooner Twilight, Geo. Kane, Master. Marks: . Mc 11., Kukulula Bay, Eleele. 89,000 shingles, more or less. 25,000 feet (more or less)-assorted N. W. and Redwood lumber. Terms: Cash, U. S. Gold Coin."' Honolulu, July 8th, 1002. jasTkTmorga'v. AUCTIONEER. AUCTION SALE Ammunition it iuii u " 'mh i'i" " II 1 1 i n n uuui Rifles I Hunter's binaries Bunting Coats Bats i B leggings 81 TO CLOSE UP Chairman F. W. Maefarlane of the tiiuii of Chinatown Fire Commission ers had an interview with Governor Dole and attended the Executive Coun cil meeting this morning, to discuss the matter of closing up the business of the court by giving out the awards in view of the settlement of the matter of get ting an appropriation from Congress The Executive council took up the matter after Maefarlane left and spent a long time in discussing the course to be pursued. Tiie court will probably begin to give certificates of award at once, it Is stated. They are all ready, and near ly all of the warrants are ready. ". informed the governor and the conn ell," said Maefarlane, "that we were all ready and wanted to work In liar mom' with the government, so that the certificates of award und the war- I rants may be given out at the same time. The procedure will be to adver i tise that tho nwards ate ready, and tile claimants can come after them. i expect to hear from the Governor by ! tomorrow morning, and we shall then probably go right ahead with the glv ing out of awards." The discussion of the course to he pursued wus very lengthy in the execu live council. This afternoon Chief Jus tice Frear was with the council. The matter of paying off the claims was taken up as well as tho issuance o the warrants. One third of the war lanis are payable on August 5 next The money is not available to pay them all. but a question is said to nave arisen as to the necessity to pay out until all funds are' exhausted. Under this nlan it would be ilrst come llrs served, and the early arfivals at th treasurer's oilice would get their money while others would have to wait. &c.,&i (inn Gases AND EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN PfffiSONSPOTTER CO., LTD, UNION AND HOTEL STS. Plioiie Main 317 JAS. P. M0EGAN, Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen Street 0. Box 594! Telephone 72 OF WOODEN L DINGS ON FRIDAY, JULY 11, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At E. O. Hall & Son's salt works, Knkaako, Waikiki side of Honolulu Iron Works, I will sell at public auc tion, all the Cottages, sheds, lean-tos. store and warehouses, together with tho shingle, wooden and .corrugated Iron roofs. Also a number of oil barrels and a pair of scales. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Why Not Use The Best Office Supplies DENNISONS GOODS ARE STANDARD THE WORLD OVER. We carry a full line of Office Supplies which will give you satisfaction. Try us. NICHOLS CO,, LTD, can't sleep AUCTION SALE OF ON SATURDAY, JULY 12, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON. At my salesroom, 03 Queen street, I will sell at public auction, a full-blooded Holstein cow and a half Jersey and half Durham cow, both In good health. That's a sympton of a ' run-down condition that many people have at this time of year. But don't resort to opiates. You need a system builder something that will give tone, vim and renewed strength. Royal Halt Extract fulfills a two-fold duty; it's medicine as well as food. It builds up the whole system, restores loss of appetite, and a wine glass before bedtime will pro duce sound, refreshing sleep. Royal Malt Extract is the best that ripe bar ley and careful brewing can produce, so insist on having it. 25c or $2 50 by Dozen Special Sale OF Foreia:n . "i Notwithstanding (he- excelfe nee ot AmcrIcahviJrlhted and washable dress goods, as stated, in our recent advertisement ' of an "American Sale," we still have to go to Europe for certain-fine fabrics, such as Embr oidered Ettimlnes and Swisses, which are worked out In exquls ite designs and color combina tions and largely take the place of silks for summer and even ing wear. This week we offer One Huildred Dress Patterns, -no two nllke, of these fashionable goods, at Special Sale. The reduc tion is liberal, as shown by prices noted. ' $18.00 Embroidered Ettemines nnd Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to $13.00 $16.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to '. $12.00 $15.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to $11.00 $12.00 Embroidered Ettemines end Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to $ 8.50 $10.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dres3 Patterns, reduced to . .'...$ 6.50 $ 8.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to '....TH $ 5.00 $ 6.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, reduced to ,.$ 3,50 This Sale Will Close Saturday Evening, July 12 JAS. F. M0KGAN. AUCTIONEER. Cottage For Rent AND Furniture For Sale. The complete furnishings df a well annointed house of four rooms and kitchen is for sale, with cottage for rent. JAS. F. MORGAN. 65 Queen Street. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A meetinc of the Chamber of Com merce was held regularly yesterday af' tornoon. J. A. McCandless was nomi' nated for election by C. M. Cooke and the ballot referred to the next meeting, William Wolters. previously nominat ed to take the place of F. L. Waldron was declared elected on a unanimous ballot cast by the secretary, the rules being suspended. The committee on the Osaka Exposi tion recommended that that matter be relegated to the Louslana Exposition general committee as the Chamber was already represented thereon and added that the meeting of the general committee would take place on Fri day. On motion of J. B. Atherton the by-laws was so amended to include the colleceor of customs as a honorary member of the chamber. TiOEOB A sneclal meeting of the Merchants' Association will be called In a few days to take up consideration ot the chan ges made in tho valuation of property for purposes ot taxation by Assessor Pratt. Some of the members of the Associa tion do not approve of changes made hy him in the assessment this year ov er IaBt, or at least tho changes they understood ho has made. It Is claimed by some of the members "lhat some of the assessor's valuations of downtown property are on the basis of sales and prices of two years ago; and that these prices cannot be obtained now. It is probable a committee will be appointed to report on the subject. Cottage for Rent. I have for rent, a cottage, centrally located, at reasonable rental. Four rooms, kitchen, bath, electric lights, mosquito proof. JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 Queen Street. Cottage for Rent. A mosquito-proof, unfurnished two room cottage, with use of bath, is for rent. Rear of Dr. Cooper's ofllce, Ala kea street. Rent $20 a month. JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 QUEEN STREET. Hebron Drug Go., Sole Agents. EHLERS BLOCK, FORT ST. (COMPANY. LTD.) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort StA llanufacturersof Soda Water, Gin' ger Ale, Farsaparllla, Root Beer, Cream Soda, Strawberry, etc., etc Millinery and Dressmaking House ..... WISHES TO ANNOUNCE ITS SPRING OPENING LADIES' AND CHILDEN'S HATS OF THE LATEST DESIGNS, ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, MISSES AND INFANTS. 3M Arlington Block Hotel Street Lin Sing Kee,, TINSMITH. Does Sanitary Plumbing Nuuanu Street, Opposite Emm Hall. .xxX"Xx.xX"XK"Xx xxxxxxxx College Hills Land For Sale y y Y Y V Y Y Y Y JAS. F. MORGAN' Auctioneer and Broker, 65 Queen Street, P. O. Box 594 Toloplioiie 72 Have you $1000 saved up? If so do not Invest In stocks, but put the money Into a home for yourself In tho most desirable locality near Ho nolulu and save money by so doing Cost of a lot 100x150 at College Hills $1,200 Cost of Cottage and Outbuilding 2,300 Total Cost 8,500 Apply money In hand lfiOO Negotiate a loan & 7 for $2.500 Interest one year on $2500 SJ 7 175 Taxes on $3,600 0 1 35 Insurance on house $2000, 3 years $30, 1 year 10 Incidentals 20 Total annual expense $ 210 Making your monthly rental $20 Instead of $10 youJnre now paving. Apply your saving in rent 1n reducing your debt and with other sav ings you will soon have your homo free of debt. Healthy Location; Rapid Transit by Your Door; Fine Water Supply; Altogether a Delightful Spot for a Happy Home 104 For particulars apply at office ( of the Trustees of the Oahu College, Judd Building to P. C. Jones or Jonathan Shaw. Y Y Y Y Y Y y Y I Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y Y X Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y y A t ?XX XXX"X$ C-X-X-X-X- X-X-XX-X-X"? E. FUKURODA, DEALER IN Japanese and mersean DRY AND FANCY GOODS. AND Mer. hant Tailor llobinson Block, No. St Hotel Stree P. O. BOX 89S. TEL. WHITE 2121. , In. OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN IreMnl J. B. CASTLE .... First Vice-President W. M. ALEXANDER. ...2d Vlce-Pram' J. P. COOKE Treasurer W. O. SMITH Secretary GEORGE R. CARTER AudltOS Sugar Factors and Commission rierchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com pany, Haiku Sugar Company, Paia Plantation Company, , Nahlku Sugar Company, Klhel Plantation Company, Hawaiian Sugar Company, Kahulul Rail oad Company, AND Tho California and Oriental . Steamship Company Advertise your Wants In tLa Star.' stz,,.LV,L.L.-,fr.