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BEVEH. 1
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' THE HAWAIIAN STAR, SATURDAY, AUGUST S3, 1902
White
Rock Lithia
Water
ORDER THROUGH YOUR DRUG
GISTS, OR FROM
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.,
AGENTS
the tonic properties
of pure hops are universally recogniz
ed by medical authorities.
primo
combines with absolute purity the rare
good quality of true hop flavor. Not
fortified.
PHONE ORDERS TO
Who will doit?
You are going to have your house
Papered, Painted or Decorated.
Who's going to do it?
No one does or can do better work
than we. Investigation proves that
few do as good.
All we ask for it Is a fair price
not high, not low. Either extreme is
dangerous.
Anyone who gives us work gets the
best going at the fairest and squarest
prices.
STERLING, ,SE
Office: Union Street, opp. Bell Tower.
Jas. F. Morgan President
Cecil Brown Vice-President
F. Hustace Secretary
ehas. H. Atherton Auditor
W. H. Hoogs Treas. and Mgr.
TELEPHONE MAIN 295.
Husfae&Goa,L!d
QUEEN STREET '
Firewood, Stove,
Steam and Blacksmith
Coal
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Special attention given to
DRAYING
ALSO, WHITE AND BLACK SAND
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAUD CD'S
VIMB TABLE
ffROM AND AFTER JANUARY 1, 1901
TBAIN&
STATIONS.
(Outward)
Honolulu
Peatl (itty
Ewa Mill ....
Walanae...
WaUlna
Kahuku ...
STATIONS
(Inward)
Dally Dally
ex. Sun. D.ly ex.Sun D'ly D'ly
A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
7:10 0:15
11:05
3:15
3:47
4KW
4:45
5:40
0:15
6:10
6:50
6:10
8:03 8:48
8:33 10:0
11:40
12:00
10:M
11:55
13:32
Dally
ex. Bun.
A.M.
D'ly
A.M.
6:35
R:10
7:10
7:45
8.-03
8:35
D'ly D'ly
P.M. P.M.
.... 3:08
Kahuku-
Watalua....
Waluae...
Kwa run..
Peatl' City..
Honolulu...
2:50
8:55
4:32
4:52
6:26
6:50
6:15
0:10
1.05
1:80
2:05
O. P, Denison,
Superintendent.
F. C. Smith,
Gen. Pass, ufc Tkt. Act
If you want to buy or sell anything,
place a classified ad ln the Star. Three
Unas three times for 25 cents.
THERE IS NOW ON HAND A
PLENTIFUL SUPPLY OP
lager
BREWERY, MAIN 341.
For the Preparation
Cooling Drinks.
Pineapple, Strawberry,
Raspberry, Blackberry,
Blood Orange, Orange
Phosphate Vanilla, Lime.
Raspberry Shrub,
Lime Juice Cordial,
Lime Juice, -Grenadine
Raspberry Vinegar,
Champagne Cider,
Grape Juice, (Concord and Catawba)
Carbonated Russet Cider,
Carbonated Crab, Apple Cider.
LEWIS & CO., LTD.
THE CROCERS.
1060 FORT STREET.
30 TWO TELEPHONES 210.
W. 6. IRWIN & CO.
(Limited.)
...AGENTS FOR...
Western Sugar Refining Company of
San Francisco, Cal.
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Penn.
Newell Universal Mill Company, (Na
tional Cane Shredder), New York,
U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Ferti
lizers. High Grade Fertilizers for Cane and
Coffee.
Alex. Cross Sc Son's High Grade Fer
tilizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Cars.
Also Offer for Sale
Parafine Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers.
Lucol and Linseed Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold water paint) ln white
and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
Brick.
0. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
KnUikinui Meat Market
And Grocery
Fruits and Vegetables
BERETANLA ST., COR. A LAIC
Also at the
Fish Market, Stalls 1 9 and 20
Phone Blue 1511.
i em's ami
THIRTEENTH P I "ND A Y AFTER catholic Mission. Moss with sermon,
TIUNITl. 8:30; Sunday school, rosary, 3.
Collect for the Dnv. ST. CLEMENT'S CHURCH, Protos-
Almlghty and merciful God, of whose tant Episcopal, Wlldpr avenue and Ma
only gift It cometh that thy faithful Klkl street. Rev. John Usborne, Rector,
people do unto thee true and laudable
service; Grant, we beseech thee, that
we may so faithfully serve three In this
life, that we fall not finally to attain
thy heavenly promises; through the
merits of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
CENTRAL UNION CHRUCH, Bere-
tanla and Richards streets. Rev. Wil
ling T I T-I I ... 1 r IO Tl...w..
ton avenue. Sunday school and Bible 1
class, 9:50; public worship and sermon,
11; Y. P. S. C. E. prayer meeting, 6:30; 1
public worship and sermon, 7:30; pray
er meeting, Wednesday. 7:30. Subject
of the morning sermon, by Rev. John P.
Erdman, "Christ the Judge," evening
sermon, by Rev. Mr. Erdman. "Symme
try of Life."
CHINESE CHURCH, Congregational,
Fort street above Beretanla. Rev. Ed
ward W. Thwing, acting pastor. Sun
day school, 9:30; preaching service, 11;
Sunday school ln English, 2:30; evening
service, 7:30; prayer meeting, Wednes-
CHRISTIAN CHURCH, Alakea street
near King. E. S. Muckley, pastor, 1244
Wilder avenue. Sunday school, 9:45,
morning service, 11; evening service,
7:30; Young People's meeting, C:30.
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.
Preaching at 11 a. m. on "The Un
used Ideals of the Gospel," und at 7:30
a luteen minutes address on "The
Sum." General subject for the evening
.. . - .... . . .
Is "A Suggestion In Addition," Bible
School nt 0:45 a. m. You are cordially
Invited to all our services.
GERMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH
Rev. Mr. Felmy. pastor; 1032 King
street. Service 11 o'clock. No
Sunday school during the vacation.
DEUTSCHE EVANGELISCH LU
THERISCHE KIRCHE Pastor Fel
my, 1032 King street.
Gottesdienst 11 Uhr. Keln Klndergot
tesdlenst waehrend der Ferlen.
JAPANESE CHURCH, Congregation
al, Lyceum. Rev. T. Okumura, pastor.
Kukul street, corner of Kukul lane.
Morning service, 11; evening service,
7:30; prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7.
JAPANESE METHODIST EPISCO
PAL CHURCH, hall at the end of Ku
kul street near St. Louis College. Rev.
G. Motokawa, pastor, School street,
near the bridge. Class meeting, 8:30;
Sunday school, 10; morning service, 11;
evening service, 7:45; prayer meeting,
Wednesday, 8.
KAUMAKAPILI CHURCH, Congre
gational, King and Achl Lane, Rev. W.
N. Lono, pastor. Morning service, 11;
evening service, 7:30.
. KAWAIAHAO CHURCH, Congrega
tional, King and Punchbowl streets.
Rev. Henry.H. Parker, pastor, 411 Judd
street. Sunday school, 10; morning
service, 11; Christian Endeavor, 6:30;
evening service, 7:30; prayer meeting
Wednesday, 7:30.
MAKIKI CHAPEL, Japanese, Con
gregational, Klnau street. Morning
service, S.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Beretanla and Miller streets. Rev.
George L. Pearson, pastor, 408 Bere
tanla. Sunday school, 10; morning ser
vice, 11; Epworth League 6:30; evening
service, 7:30; prayer meeting, Wednes
day, 7:30; Bible study, Thursday 7:30.
Monthly meetings: First Monday, Wo
man's Home Missionary Society, 2:30;
Epworth League business meeting, 7:30;
first Tuesday, Methodist Men's Club,
7:30; third Friday, Ladies Aid Society,
2:30.
Preaching morning and evening by
the pastor.
MORMON CHURCH: CHURCH OF
JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY
SAINTS, Punchbowl street above
School street. Elder William M. Wad-
daups. In charge, Sunday school, 10;
preaching, 11:30; Young People's Mu
tual Improvement Association, 7; pri
mary meeting for children, Friday, 3;
Relief Society meeting Saturday. 10.
Free to all, no contributions, services in
Hawaiian
PORTUGUESE PROTESTANT
CHURCH, Congregational, Punchbowl
and Miller streets. Rev. A. V. Soares,
pastor, Klnau lane near Punchbowl.
Morning service, 11; Sunday school,
2:30; Evening service 7:30; prayer
meeting, Wednesday, 7:30.
REORGANIZED CHURCH OF
JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY
SAINTS. Mllilanl hall, MllllanI street,
G. J. Waller, pastor, Walklki beach.
Sunday school, 10; preaching In Ha
waiian, 11; Book of Mormon class, 6:30;
Zlon's Rellglo and Literary Society,
6:30; preaching ln English, 7:30 ,
The subject of the evening sermon by
Elder D. A. Anderson, will be "The
Sower and the Seed."
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL,
Fort street near Beretanla. Rt. Rev.
Gulstan Francis Ropert, Bishop of Pa
nopolls. Catholic Mission', Fort and
Beretanla streets. Low masses, C and 7;
Children's mass with English sermon,
9; high mass with sermon, 10:30; rosary
with native instruction, 2; solemn ves
pers and benediction, 7; week days, low
mass, C and 7.
SACRED HEART CHURCH, Roman
Catholic, Punahou. Rev. , Father Cle
ment ln charge.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL, Pro
testant Episcopal, entrance from Emma
street near Beretanla. Rt, Rev.
Henry Bond Kestarlck, Bishop of
the Missionary District of Honolulu;
Rev. Canon Al&xander Mackintosh, 2033
Nuuanu avenue; Rev. Canon Vincent
II. Kitcat, Emma street near Beretanla.
Holy Communion 7; Sunday school, 10;
Morning prayer, litany, and sormon 11;
pule alilahl 3:30; evening prayer and
sermon 7:30.
Sunday, August 24, Thirteenth Sun
day after Trinity, 7 a. in., celebration
of, Holy Communion. 10 a. in., Sun
day school. 11 a. in., morning prayur
with sermon by Bishop fiestai-lcl;. The
choir will sing Sullivan's To Deum and
Jubilate In D, tho same compose'!' or
rangemnt of . "The Son of God Goos
Forth to War," nnd the offertory an
them, "Come, Holy Ghost," by Att
wood, Hymns 178, 607 nnd 209. Reces
sional hymns. 7:30 p. in., evensong
with sermon bv Rev. Canon Kitcat.
Magnificat and Nunc Dlmlttla to chants
12.
ocessinnal 4S1, Recessional 51G. ,
ST. AUGUSTINE'S CHAPEL, Roman "
Pnrlf. Hnv FntVinr VnlnnMno In nhn.riro.
the Rectory, Wilder avenue near Ma
klkl street. Holy Communion 7; Sun
day school 10; Morning prayer 11; even
ing prayer 7:30. Holy Communion at
the 11 o'clock service the first Sunday
In the month. Rapid transit cars pass
the door.
ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH,
Roman Catholic, Kallhl-waona. Rev.
Clement' ln charS' Catholic
mission.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST. Print
ers' lane, near Punchbowl street, Rev.
J H. Behrens, pastor. Saturday, Sab
bath school, 10; preaching, 11; prayer
and missionary meeting, Wednesday,
7:30.
BISHOP MEMORIAL CHAPEL, Ka
mehameha Schools, Dr. W. B. Elktn,
chaplain. Morning service, 11. Alumni
and friends cordially Invited.
BUDDHIST TEMPLE, Fort Lane, Y.
Imanura, high priest. Sunday services,
2:30.
HONOLULU CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
ASSOCIATION, Room 8, Oregon block.
Sunday services, 11; Wednesday, 7:30
p. m.
PENIEL MISSION, Irwin block,
Nuuanu street, below King. Miss E.
Udderberg, missionary ln charge. Gos
pel meetings every night. A meeting
r seamen is held each Sunday morn
1 Inif n ft n'nlnnli nn ti ii'tinnC n 4" fill
lng at 9 o'clock on the wharf at the
foot of Nuuanu street, at 10 o clock Bl
ble class at Mission; 3 p. m., holiness
meeting; 7:30, street meeting King and
Nuuanu; afterwards lr. hall
SALVATION ARMY, corner of King
and Nuuanu streets. Capt. Isabelle
Hutchinson, Lieutenants Katharine
Hutchinson and Adrina Gordon. Pray
er meeting, 10; open air meeting for
sailors and longshoremen on the Old
Fishmarket wharf, 10:30; holiness meet
ing, 11; service In the Oahu Peniten
tiary, 12;30; Sunday school, 3; open air
services corner Fort and Hotel streets.
7 p. m., Salvation meeting, 8 p. m.
SLOAN MISSION of the Christian
Church, Kawalahao street and Ward
r.venue. A. O. Hushaw, superintendent,
Bible School, 3; preaching, 7:30.
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSO
CIATION, Hotel and Alakea streets.
Christian workers' preparation service,
9-9:30; service at Oahu Prison, 11-12;
Men's meeting at 4.
The 4 o'clock meeting tomorrow af
ternoon will be held on Pacific Heights
C. J. Day will speak.
Relief Camp No. 2, Sunday School,
1:30,
Palama Chapel: Rev. J. P. Erdman,
9:30 a. m. Sabbath school; 7:30 p. m
evening address, by Mr. Theodore Rich
ards.
ST. PETER'S CHAPEL,( Chinese
Mission) Emma near Beretanla.
Bishop Restarlck will preach In the
morning.
FRANCE AND SUGAR BOUNTY.
LONDON, August 16. The Brussels
correspondent of the Standard says
France has rejected Russia's proposal
for a fresh sugar conference.
If you want to buy or sell anything,
place a classified ad In the Star. Three
'lines three times for 25 cents.
BY AUTHORITY
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE,
Under and by vlrtune of a certain
Execution Issued out of tho Supreme
Court of tho Territory of Hawaii, on
the 22nd day of July, A. D. 1902, ln the
matter of the Robert Grieve Publish
ing Company, Limited, vs. J. M. Poe
poe, I have, on this 25th day of July,
A. D. 1902, levied upon and shall ex
pose for sale and sell at public auction,
to the highest bidder, at the Police
Station, Kalakaua Hale, in Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
at 12 o'clock noon of Monday, the 25th
day of August, A. D. 1902, all the right,
title and interest of said J. M. Poepoe
In and to the following described prop
erty, unless the Judgment amounting
to Ninety-eight and 37-100 Dollars, In
terest, costs and mjj expenses are pre
viously paid:
An undivided one-half In and to all
that tract or piece of land situate at
Puakoa, Honolulu, Oahu, and describ
ed as follows: Four Lol (taro patches).
E hoomaka ana ma klhl Illklna a e
holo ana Akau 41 Kom. LOG Kaul. ame
Akau 31 2-3" Kom. 2.50 Kaul. ma ka
alna o Konohlki, alalia, Hema 43V4
Kom. 51 Pauku ame Hema 18" Kom.
22 Pauku ame Hema 62 Kom. 36 Pau
ku ma ka alna o Lonoaea, alalia He
ma 4191" Illklna 2.36 Kaul. amo Hema
45 Kom. 21 Pauku amo Hema 40, Ill
klna 43 Pauku ame Hema 36" Kom. 75
Pauku ma ka alna o Pala Konohlki,
alalia Henia 53 Illklna SO Pauku ma
ka alna o Nla, alalia Akau 3S Hlk.
1.30 Kaul. ma ka alna o Konohlki ma
waona konu o ka auwai a hiki ma kali!
o hoomaka 1.
Maloko o kela mau Lol 53.8 na Roda.
2. All his right, title and Interest In
and to that tract, pleco or parcel of
land situate nt Paukoa, Honolulu,
Oahu, and described In L. C. A. 998, R.
149 to Pata, bounded and described
as follows: E hoomaka ma ko klhl
Akau mauka o kela o pill ana mo Kaa
laa ame Olomana a e holo ana Hema
03 Kom. 2.69 Kaul. ma Kaalaa a hlkl
1 ka Kawalllu alna, Hema 34" 16' Hlk.
3.56 Kaul. hlk! i ke Klhl o ko Kawai-
Sets No. 4. Hymns 391, I'd and
.-
Engineering & Construction Go,
Rooms 008, 500, OIO Stangonwald Building,
All cUsses of Engineering work solicited. Examinations, Survey
nnd Reports made for uny class of Waterworks, Stoam and Electrical
Construction. Plans and SpecifU itlons nnd Estimates prepared, and
Construction Superintended ln all branches of Engineering Work. Con
tracts solicited for Railroads, electric and steam: Tunnels, Bridge.
Buildings, Highways, Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc.
SPECIAL ATTENTION elven to Examinations, Valuations, nnil
Reports of properties for Investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
Englnoornnd Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
llu, Hema 37" ir.' Kom. 1.42 Kaul. ma
ko Kawalllu, Akau 47 45' Ko, 7G Pau
ku, Akau 37 15' HIk. 71 Pauku, Akau
47 30' Kom. 44 Pauku neenee 1 ka lima
Hema 11 Pauku 1 kc klhl o ka lol, ala
lia Akau 41" 15' Kom. 2.38 Kaul. hlkl 1
Kaalaa, alalia noma 59 15' Kom. 1.15
Kaul. ma Kaalaa a hlkl 1 ko klhl Akau
makal o kela o pill ana me Auwaloll
mu, alalia Hema 47 45' Hlk. 4.12 Kaul.
ma Auwalollmu keekee, Hema 62 45'
Hlk. 1.60 Kaul. hlkl i ke kahawal Pau
oa, Hema 4S" Hlk. 8.40 Kaul. ma na puu
pohaku a hlkl 1 ke alanul, Akau 34"
Hlk. 3.18 Kaul. ma ko alanul, ko klhl
Hema mauka o kola e pill ana me Olo
mana, alalia Hema 48 45' Kom. 8.54
Kaul. moku ana ko kahawal, hlkl 1 ke
klhl o ko Kamakahlklea hale, Akau
31 Kom. 3.84 Kaul, ma Olomana n hlkl
1 kahl i hoomaka'i.
Ma la Apana 4 eka, 310 anana.
A. M. BROWN,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu, July 23, 1902.
CASTLE & COOKE. LIMITEl
Life and Fire
Insurant hgm
tSP AGENTS POIt fiJ
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
07 B08TOX.
FIRE INSURANCE CO
Or nARTFORD. PONN
DOES THE
A Three-Lino Advertisement
(18 words) will be inserted in
the STAB'S classified columns
for 25 cents. Each additional
lino at tho rate of 10c. extra.
ADVERTISEMENTS
CLASSIFIED
II STAR 1
BRING QUICK AND SURE RESULTS.
If it is holp wanted, or house
for rent, or boarding, 25 conts
covers tho investment;
ft
HAWAIIAN C
CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED
Commission flerchante.
r
SUGAR - FACTORS
AGENTS FOR
The Ewa Plantation Company. 1v
Tho Waialua Agricultural Co., Ltil,
Tho Kohala Sugar Company.
The Waimea Sugar Mill Company. 1
Tho Fulton Iron WorTcs, St. Louis, IT
The Standard OH Company.
The George F. Blake Steam Pump. '
Weston's Centrifugals. 1
The New England Mutual Life Instt
ance Company of Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance Company d
Hartford, Conn.
The Alliance Assurance Company oi
London. i
HOT DAYS and warm nights, wltil
their perspiration and heated blood,
bring discomfort which quickly gives
way to refreshing coolness after using
Pacheco's Dandruff Killer.
This preparation not only cools bu(
also cures dandruff, preventing !nevit-
able baldness and that annoying irrli
tatlon of the scalp.
PACHECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
Sold by all Druggists and at the Union
Barber Shop. Telephone Main 232.
BUSINESS
IN THE
COLUMNS OF THE
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