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THE HAWAIIAN STAB, FRIDAY, JULY 35, 1802.
' i IS ' 1 r $2750 WILL BUY YOU A HOME. SIZE OF fcOT- DOxllO VERT. COTTAGE 18 N13W AND UP-TO-DATE. Loo tvfci OH, JVIttltilci. L. 0. ABLES, Real Estate Agent. TELEPHONE'" MAIN ISO P. O. BOX . 243 Honolulu Iron Works, STEAM ENGINES. SUGAR MILLS BOILERS, 'COOLERS,1 IRON, BRASS AND LEAD CASTINGS. Machinery of Every Description Made to order. Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmlthlng. Job Work Exe cuted on Short Notice. On hand the following plantation shares: Hawaiian Agricultural Co., En a. Oahu. Walalua. Kahuku, Pioneer Mill. Haiku, Paia, Koloa, McBryde, Hawaiian Sugar, Kekaha. , QTOOK AND BOND BROKER Member Honolulu Slock and Bond Exchange Offlce, Campbell Block, Merchnnt Strpet Honolulu, T. II. Telephone Malm 101 P. O. Box 6S3. HaRT & CO., LTD THE EUT-: ICE CREAM PARLORS Chocolates and Confections Ice Cream nnd Water Ices Rakery Lunch. THE F1HEST 1 Ifl 1 City L. ,1. SUN, Nuuanu Street, - - - Near Pauahl. IDliEIStSSJVX A.1-CLDIV Dresses, Ladles' Underwear, Mosqui to Netting-, Pillow Cases, Underwear, Skirts and Chemises always on hand. FIRST-CLASS WORK. Shot Guns Rifles Hunter's Sundries Ammunition m Hunting Goats Vests Hats Leggings &c.,&o AND EVERYTHING FOR THE SPORTSMAN P1ERS08 X POTTER CO., LTD. UNION AND HOTEL STS. Phone AJaln 317 L Gun Gases i: n a i v i: itr i s i: n i:ts. Itawalliin News Co Page 6 Manufacturers' Shoo Co Page 1 Third Precinct Noti.-e Page C Sixth Precinct Notice Page 5 Honolulu Dairymen's Assn Pago 5 Annual Statement Page 7 Hawaiian Elect Au Co Page 3 Sheriffs Sale Page G NEWS lxN A NUTSHELL. ParnKrnplH That Give Condcnsou Aowb of the J)ny. Notice of a Sheriff's sale appears In this Ihsuc. Electrlo fans cost only $15.00 at Ha waiian Electric Co. Phono for one. The Merchants' Association will have permanent headquarters in the Judd Building. New Colonial slippers nt Manufactur ers' Shoe Company arc very swell, $5.00 buys a pair. J. Borges was fined $100 this morning by Judge Wilcox fo: seitlnj liquor without a license. Hawaiian News Company have a stock of the wonderful Selvyt polishing cloth. See display In their window. A meeting of the Third Precinct, Fourth District will bo held this even ign at the residence of M. P. Robinson. The Sixth Precinct Club of the Fourth Dllsrict will meet this evening nt 7:30 o'clock at the olllce of the Hawaiian Star. The evening classes of the German School Association open at 7 tonight nt the Royal School on Emma street. All thost Interested are nsked to be on hand. Unc Honolulu Dairymen's Association offois a leward of Ten Dollars for the arrest and conviction of any one caugiit stealing milk or containers from their deilveiy wagons. At the request of Collecor Stackable, the Merchants' Association urges mer chants to report to the collector for statistical purposes the value of mer chandise Imported between June 14, 1900 and June 30, 1902. The department responded to an aarm 'Of fire this morning :it 9.13 o'clock from the box nt the corner of Punch bowl nnd Emma streets. The icof nt a house, belonging to .i Portuguese on Punchbowl near Kinau caught fire. The damage was very slight A meeting of the chairmen of the various committees for the Fourth of July celebration will bo held In the dl lector's loom -oC the Bank of Hawaii tomorrow at 11 o'clock for the purpose of hearing and considering the reports. The Mei chants' Association at Its meeting yesterday decided to take no nc!. on at present in regard to fighting the income tax law. The prevailing ojL nlon seemed to be that It was better to' have tile income tax than to give oc casion for an irresponsible legislature to increase the rate of personal prop el ty tax. THE MERCHANTS' FAIR EXHIBITORS PLACE THEIR WARES ON VIEW. Auto Race Is Called Off Maui Will Play Two Games Against H. A. C. nnd All-Honolulu. The following exhibitors have entire ly or partially arranged their wares In the Merchants' Pavilion In readiness for the opening at 8 o'clock tomorrow evening. The band concert will com mence at that time: Lewers & Cooke, T. H. Davles & Co., Honolulu Iron Works, Hawaiian Electric Co., II. Hnckfeld & Co., Cashman & Nelson, Guy Owens Electric Co., Pacific Hard ware Co., Union Feed Co., Honolulu Brewing & Malting Company, Berg Mrom Music Co., National Cash Regis ter Co., Singer Sewing Machine Co., Pearson & Potter, J. A. M. Johnson Pa per Co., Pacific Vehicle & Supply Co., C. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Ltd., G. Scnu man, W. W. Dimond Co., A. A. Mcnta no, Benson Smith & Co., W. C. Pea cock & Co.. II. May & Co., Rice & Per kins, Hawaiian Fertilizer Co., Metro politan Meat Co. The agricultural exhibits came in some of them on the steamer this morning, but the doors of the drill ;hed will not be open to the public until noon on Monday. Refreshment privi leges have been extended to the Ho nolulu Candy Company and the New England Bakery who will occupy two stands in the space between the drill Flied and the pavilion. Many of the :,tock raisers have voiced their wisiieu that an exhibition f stock, cattle, sheep, hi.rSHS.Iiogs and poultry had not been arranged In connection with the agricultural fair, and the whole exhibit placed at Kaplolnnl Park in (lose proximity to sports of all de scriptions which could lie carried on during the exhibition, rney wouui they say, exhibit under these circum stances. It Is possible that the B-eed-i rs' Association will take some acthv steps towards securing representation next vear. The automobile race has been called off, none of the autos in town being graded closely enough to make such a match Interesting. The band concert will commence at Kapiolani Park at 12:30 and the races promptly at one. The programme will be put through nromntlv in order to give everyone a chance to got home in good time for dinner. A baseball came between the AH Maul and the H. A. C. will be played on Monday afternoon on Oahu Col lege campus and All-Mau! against All Honolulu on Tuesday afternoon. BANGALORE ARRIVES. The American ship Bangalore, Cap tain Blanchard, arrived this morning from Tocopilla, via Hilo, in ballast. The vessel comes here under charter to load sucar for Castle and Cooke ana c, Brewer and Company. Captain Blan chard reports an uneventful trip, -with excellent weather. He came up In 47 days and put into Hilo July 22 for or ders. Want ads in Star cost but 25 cents. L. F. STERNEM ANN, AGENT FOR THE Nathan Hale Cigar ALSO TI1K Gaiety Girl A new and carefully selected line of Staple and Fancy Groceries Fort Street, Opposite Club Stables, ' Honolulu, H. T. Telephone Blue 611. JAS. P. MORGAN, Auctioneer and Broker 65 Queen Street P. 0. Box 5941 Telephone 72 AUCTION SALE OF Ferns and Plants. ON SATURDAY, JULY 26, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., At my salesroom, 65 Queen street, I will sell nt Public Auction, a very large quantity of plants, belonging to Mr. C. J. Ludwlgsen. Maiden hair ferns in pots, hanging baskets, fish tall ferns, Caladlums, Begonias, fine palms nnd many other varieties. JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. Cottage For Bent AND Furniture For Sale. The complete furnishings of a well appointed house of four rooms and kitchen Is for -sale, with cottage for rent. JAS. F. MORGAN. 65 Queen Street. Cottage for Bent. 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 Bent. A mosquito-proof, unfurnished two- room cottage, with use of bath, is for rent. Rear or Dr. cooper s office, Ala- kea street. Rent 720 a month. JAS. F. MORGAN, 65 QUEEN STREET. JAS. P. MORGAN- Auctioneer land Broker, 65 Queen Street, P. 0. Box SOt Tolophone 72 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. WALW JHiCHOLS CO., LTD, WE HAVE THE COME IN AND SEE IT. The amateur picture maker gets the best results and the most help from good materials. We have the best of everything In the way of materials. FRESH PAPER, FRESH FILM AND FBESH PLATES ALWAYS IN STOCK We are agents for Poco Plate Ca meras and Eastman Kodaks. We have just received a fresh supply of Cramer Plates, we are sole agents for them and consider them the best on the market, can in ana get our prices, and see samples of the work done with these plates. We develop and print to the satis faction of our patrons. Discriminating picture takers insist on having their work done by our artists. See our island views, they cover all the interesting subjects on the Islands. The best and most comprehensive set In existence. 1 ry Ijg UUl EIILERS' BLOCK, FORT ST. THE MERITS OF Prinio Lager HAVE STOOD THE TEST. THOSE THAT DRINK IT SAT IT IS ABSOLUTELY PURE. Kept on lee FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF CUSTOMERS BY CAMARA & CO., S. E. Corner Queen and Alakea Streets. DEALERS IN WINES, BEERS AND LIQUORS. P. O. Box 611. Telephone Blue 492. $2.00 A DOZEN QUARTS. DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF THE CITY. Lin Sing Kee, TINSMITH. Does Sanitary Plumbing Nuuanu Street, Opposite Emm Hall. (COMPANY, LTD,) Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Sta Manufactureraof Soda Water. Gin ger Ale, Farsaparilla, Root Beer, Creaju Boaa, tstrawDerry, eto., eta wonderful Sildppd MIDSUMMER HOSIERY : Will a Bare Combination of the Useful and Beautiful Interest You ? At 25 cents At 35 cents At 50 cents At 75 cents Lace lisle onyx black embroidered , with dainty colors, j) 1 00 Fancy lace openwork in black, pink, " ' $11.50 Dozen $Crepon brilliant lace lisle, vorticle if 50 bfk"13 ln Plnk' Sky an bIUe Wlth Brilliant lisle, high colored top with' onyx black Jacquard boot. A -f- fc X Hi IB Extra f-uperflne silk with rc-enforced nil VVF heel, toe and sole. Also a very complete stock of Ch ldren's Hose, Infant's Socks and Men's Half Hose Whitney a Marsh, Ltd ft Millinery and Dressmaking House WISHES TO ANNOUNCE ITS SPRING OPENING LADIES' AND CHILDEN'S HATS OF TH13 LATEST DESIGNS. ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR FOR LADIES, MISSES AND . INFANTS. bustis&ca-' Arlington Block Japanese Kimonos TEA SETS, ETO. ALSO' CHIYA Telephone 3311 White. Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel Streets. NEW GOODS RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER FROM JAPAN LOO JOE CO., 1111 Nuuanu Avenue, Next to M. Chlya's Store. ..IVtox-oladlTLt Tailors.. Suits Made to Order ln the Latest Styles and a Good Fit Guaranteed. Clothes Cleaned & Repaired Well Done, M. PHILLIPS & CO., Wholesale Importers And Jobbers of AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN DRY GOODS Corner of F t and Qutoi Bt. Hermsdorf fast black cotton it plain and Richelieu ribbed. Non-crocking black cotton. la me dium, light nnd heavy weight $2.75 Dozen Onyx black ingrain plain lisle, extra spliced heel and toe. Ingrain black lisle, superior quality. Rembrant ribbed. Plain Hermsdorf black cotton fine gauge, medium weight. $4.00 Dozen Onyx black gauze cotton, high spliced heel and toe. Double sole. Fast black superfine plain cotton, embroidered in colors.. Fancy stripes in all colors, with l.ce boot and allover lace effect. 85.75 Dozen Hermsdorf brilliant black lisle, a very high class article. Fancy all lace lislo in Sky, Pink, He- f' Ho and Yellow. J Hotel Street , Ltd. OFFICERS. H. P. BALDWIN President J. B. CASTLE...: First Vice President W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2d Vlce-Pres't J. P. COOKE Treasurer W. .O. SMITH Secretary GEORGE R. BARTER.., Auditor Sugar Factors and Commission rierchants AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com pany, Haiku Sugar Company, Paia Plantation .Company, Nahlku Sugar Company,' Kihel Planta.lon Company, , . Hawaiian Sucrar Company,' Kahului Rail oad Company, AND Tho California and Oriental Stoamohlp Company IN, GOOD COMPANY Many dollars .are,', turn ed away annually by The Star In rejecting offensive and Improper advertise ments offered for inser tion in its columns. This is a cogent reason why The Star's adver tising columns are so generally used and so widely read. . ..4fii'tiT.