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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAT, SEPTEMBER 9 1002.
$2750
WILL. BUY YOU A HOME.
fllZIS OF LOT 50x110 FEET.
cottage 13 new and up-to-date.
Location, IVlcilcilci..
oris issues;, isastt.
L. C. ABLES,
Ileal Estate Agent
TELEPHONE
IN 139
P. O. BOX
243
Fire Insurance!
THE B. F. DILLINGHAM CO., LIMITED,
General Agents for Hawaii.
Atlas Assurance Company ot London.
Phoenix Assurance Company of Lon
don. New York Underwriters Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance
Company.
Phoenix Insurance Company of Brooklyn-Albert
Raas, Manager
Insurance Department offlce Fourth
Floor, Stangenwald building.
n hand the following plantation
nitres: Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,
fwo, Oaliu, Walalua, Kahuku, Pioneer
Mill Haiku, Pala, Koloa, McBryde,
Hawaiian Sugar, Kekaha.
in Ante
STOCK AND
BOND BROKER
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Ofllce. Campbell Block,
Merchant Street
Honolulu, T. H.
Telephone Main, 101
P. O. Box 6S3.
HART & CO., LTD
THE ELITE ICE
CREAM PARLORS
Chocolates and Confections
Ice Cream and Water Ices
Bakory Lunch.
10 FINEST RESORT III IE Gil!
Before starting for the
Secure one Electric Hash light.
They are Invaluable for ex
ploring the hot caves, and ex
and volcanic formations, also
amining earth cracks, Assures,
for night trips across the lava
to the crater
and are of great value to miners,
hunters, plumbers (to look for
Gas leaks), physicians (going
through dark stalrwaysi In tene
ments), Oil men (in tanks where
It Is Impossible to carry candles
or lanterns for fear of explos
ion). Liquor dealers (In cellars
whew, a match is dangerous).
Useful for Watchmen, Police
men, Soldiers In the field, arid
for all purpose where a light Is
Ipstantly.
Can 'be carried Into a cellar
full of, leaking gas, into an oil
tank, Into Alcohol and Majt
vats, or placed In a keg of Gun
powder without tho slightest
danger.
LIMITED .
UNION AND HOTEL STS,
Phone Main 317
I
mm
Hawaiian Lodgo Page 6
K. W. Jordan Election Page 6
Notice (Dr. H. W. Anderson) ... .Pago 6
Notice to Candidates of Election. Page 5
Hy Authority Page 5
Notice Page 5
Notice to Taxpayers Page 6
Registration Notlcb l'nge 5
Chamber of Commerce Page 5
Fourth District Com. Meeting.. Page 5
J. Hbpp & Co Page 2
Jas. F. Morgan Page 8
Insurance Curd (Lansing) Page 5
NElVS LH A MJTS11ELL
rurnirruphg That tilve Condensed
Anns of ihu Day.
Dr. A. J. Derby has returned from
Kauai.
Captain Hubbard, well known at this
port, Is dead.
For new und up-to-date furniture go
to J. Hopp & Co.
Lai Sing Kee has sold his business
to Sing lung Kee.
Tlie Ventura will sail at 4 p. m. to
day for San Frunclsco.
T. F. Lansing leaves for Huwall to
day for a short vacation trip.
The Board of Health has a notice In
regard to llshlng in this issue.
Dr. It. W. Anderson has returned and
will resumo-hls practice at once.
Judge li.stee will adjourn court next
Friday to the following Wednesday.
Special meeting of Hawaiian Lodge
this evening. V ork in Third Degree.
The list of olilcers of E. W. Jordan
& Co. appears elsewhere in this issue.
The Territorial Central Committee of
the Republican party will meet tonight.
Regular monthly meeting of the
Chamoer of Commerce, Wednesday, at
10 a. m.
This Is Admission Day for the State
of California. No celebration will be
held In Honolulu.
Two steamships with four days later
news will arrive tomorrow morning
from San Francisco.
The Fourth District Committee will
meet this evening In the rooms over
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
Proeprty taxes are now due and will
become delinquent and subject to pen
alty on November 15.
Morgan will hold a big curio sale at
the Old Curiosity Shop on Hotel street
on Thursday morning at 10.
The Phoenix Building and Loan As
sociation now occupies the ollices for
merly used by Uear, Lansing and Co.
The temporary oillco of Theo. F.
Lansing Is located In the old quarters
of the First National Bank, Campbell
block.
The concert by the band this evening
is in honor of the 'Congressional party.
The concert will occur at the Hawaiian
Hotel.
Rev. AV. M. Paden, a prominent
churchman of Salt Lake, Utah, leaves
for homo today, after a pleasant visit
to Honolulu.
Candidates for election except those
of Oahu, are requested to illo their
nominations one month prjor to the
general election.
The Board of Registration gives no
tice that It will meet at different places
on the Island of Oahu between Septem
ber 15 and 20, both Incluuslve.
If you want a good tonic and at the
same time a delightfully, refreshing
beverage, order a case of Prlmo Lager
from the Brewery. Telephone Main 341
There will be a yacht owner's meet
ing or the Hawaii Yacht Club on
Thursday. Sept. 11, 1902, at the ofllce
of P. L. Weaver, Jr., Merchant street,
opposite the post olllce, at C o'clock.
The principal subject discussed will be
the re-classification of yachts.
The Phoenix Building and Loan Asso.
elation of San Francisco has been In
i the local field but a short time. The
proposition they have nppeals so much
to people who wish to save money.that
the local agents of the company were
compelled to secure larger and better
quarters than could be obtained nt their
former location in the insurance de
partnient of Bishop and Company and
now the ofllces of the company are
located In the Judd Building on the
ground lloor.
Building Associations have helped
more wage earners to own homes of
their own than nny other method de
vised. Tho Phoenix company hns the
reputation of being a solid concern and
their terms are ns liberal as good busi
ness policy will admit. Loans will be
mnde right In Honolulu, thus saving
nny vexatious delays, as the question
of loans Is settled In this city without
waiting to hear from the main ofllce tn
San Francisco.
The business operations of the Phoe
nix Savings, Building and Loan Asso-
i elation hove been confined to the safe
Investment of the deposits of savings
made with it.
It presents a combination of a sav
ings bank and a mortgage loan com
pany, but with an element of security
and safety not to be found in either
class of corporations.
It does not accept large sums of
money which It may be suddenly called
to repay during times of financial
stringency, but rather, deposits o
small sums which are not subject to
withdrawal until after ono year.
Its Investments are confined to loans
upon real estate, and never to exceed
one-half the value of the property, and
those loans being repaid In monthly In.
stnllments, the security rapidly be
comes better, thus reducing possible
chance of loss by reason of depreciation
of value and the Investments of the
members are further protected by Its
reserve fund.
Clarence Grange secretary and man
aging director of the Association nt
San Francisco came down on the last
Alameda and has perfected all arrange
ments, for the company's future opera
tions in the Islands. Robert Slaughter
Is the general agent, and R. Campbell
Is the cashier and In charge of the loan
department.
Attention !
If you want good Groceries ot all
descriptions at reasonable prices, call
at the Grocery Store of
1. F. RTBRNEMANN,
Fort .Street, opposite C,lub Stables.
Telephone 511 Blue.
All Goods Delivered Free of Charge In
Town.
GOOD
BUS NHS
BIG AUCTION FIRE SALE
OF
CURIOS.
ON THUUSDAY, Slil'T 11,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
On the premises ot tho Old Curiosity
Shop, Hotel street, near tho corner of
Fort street, I will sell at public auction
all of the entire stock of rare and old
Hawaiian and South Sea Island curios,
some of which have been slightly dam
aged by fire and water.
Fine Koa calabashes, carved cocoa
nuts, Kona mats, hats, fans, canes,
coral, shells, hula-hula dresses, bas
kets, tapas, clubs, spears, arrows,
feather lels, beeds, seeds, etc1., etc.
jasTfTmohgan.
AUCTIONEER.
Fresh Apples
AT AUCTION
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 12 o'clock
noon, nt my salesroom, 63 Queen street,
I will sell at Public Auction 75 Boxes
of Fresh Apples, just received per stmr.
"Nevadan,"
jasjTmohgan,
AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION SALE
OF
WOODEN BUILDINGS.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT 10,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the premises, Beretanla street
just Ewa of the new Sachs building, I
will sell at public auction, the main
dwelling house, together with all of
the outdoor buildings and the fruit and
shade trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
aUC'UONEiJR
"S IE.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
'l At my salesroom, G3 Queen street:, I
will sell at public auction by order ot
Mr. H. Armltage, administrator of the
estate of F. Peroutka, deceased, a large
Saratoga trunk and a valise, together
with all of the balance of the wearing
apparel and other effects.
JAS, F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER,
Assignee's Sale.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. Mi',
At my salesroom, Co Queen street, I
will sell at public auction by order of
Mr. A. Lewis Jr., assignee of For Chow
doing business as Chu Hlng Kee, all ot
the balance of the stock of goods con
sisting of khaki trousers, denim shlr,ts,
overalls, shirts, trimmings, duck .trou
sers, cloth trousers, bolts of cloth,
ladles' dress goods, chairs, store lamps
Irons, sewing machines, etc., etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER.
AUCTION SALE
OF
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT 10
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my slesroom, 05 Queen street, I
will sell at public auction an upright
piano In very good condition ,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTIONEER
AUCTION SALE
OF
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At my salesroom C5 Queen Street, I
will sell at public auction,,' household
furniture, consisting of oak beds, bu
reaus, washstands, center tables, chairs
rockers, couch, garden hose, sewing
machines, large quantity, photograph
mounts, new rugs, cigars, large quan
tity new and fresh soda crackers,
blankets, comforters, cigarettes, crock
ery, hoes, breakfast food, pictures, gro
ceries, graphophones, camera, two
bolts ladles' new dress goods,
jasjTmorgan.
AUCTIONEER.
III
PING
PONG
SETS
We have Just opened a new line of
the most up to date sets,
10 VARIETIES TO
SELECT FROM.
"INDIVIDUAL RACKETS" a fine
Assortment.
m BALLS fm
of the best make.
WALL, NICHOLS CO,, LTD,
(The Trade Supplied.)
Plfi&SllFfi
THE
OF
, IS NEVER APPRECIATED
QUITE SO MUCH ON A
HOT DAY BEFORE OUR
SODA FOUNTAIN. THEN
AND THERE, IT IS A JOY
NOT TO BE DENIED.
OUR SODA WATER IS
VERY POPULAR, AND
STEADILY GAINING IN
POPULARITY BECAUSE
IT REPRESENTS A
RARE COMBINATION OF
CHOICE MATERIALS,
PERFECT EQUIPMENT
AND EXPERT SKILL IN
PREPARING, MIXING
AND SERVING. THAT IS
A GOOD DEAL TO SAY IN
ONE BREATH, BUT
COME AND TASTE THE
SODA DRINKS, ALL
FLAVORS, AND SEE FOR
YOURSELF HOW GOOD
THEY ARE.
g Co.,
Ehlers' Block Fort Street,
Honolulu.
THE MERITS OF
Primo Lager
HAVE STOOD THE
TEST. THOSE THAT
DRINK IT SAY IT
IS ABSOLUTELY PURE.
Kept on Ice
FOR THE '
CONVENIENCE OF
CUSTOMERS BY
CAMARM CO.,
S. E. Corner Queen and
Alakea Streets.
DEALERS IN WINES,
BEERS AND LIQUORS.
P. O. Box 614. Telephone Blue 492.
$2.00 A DOZEN QUARTS.
DELIVERED TO ALL PARTS OF
THE CITY.
. CHIN KEE,
Llllha Street near King.
CARRIAGE AND SIGN PAINTER.
TRIMMING AND REPAIRING.
FIRST CLASS WORK A SPECIALTY,
(COMPANY, LTD.)
Esplanade, cor. Allen and Fort Sta
Manufacturerers of Soda Water. Gin
ger Ale, Sarsaparllla, Root Beer, Cream
Soda, Strawberry, Etc., Etc.
Drinking
Whitney
Just
Ladies' Washable Skirts
HADE OF
PIQUE,
DUCK AND
LIIEN
The Tailoring Much
Have Heretofore
itney
Wh
SPECIAL SALE ,
OF
HATS, SHIRTWAISTS AND CD LIAR 3
COMMENCING, MONDAY, AUGUST 18
A choice line of trimmed hats at $1.50, $2 and $3. Untrlmmed shapes and
Sailor Hats at 25 and B0 cents. Flowers, all kinds, 10 and 15 cents bunch.,
Trojan brand shirtwaist now 60 cents, all sizes, all colors. Former price $1.60
and $2.00.
Linen Collars. Linen Collors. All sizes and styles, 4 for 25c. Regularly IE
cents each.
HOTEL STREET.
RE0U0IION SALE
Japanese Kimonos
TEA SETS, ETC.
ALSO
Curios at -m.
CHIYA
Telephone 3311 White.
Corner of Nuuanu and Hqtel Streets.
NEW GOODS RECEIVED
BY EVERY STEAMER
FROM JAPAN
TtOOMS 508-510,, .
STANGENWALD"
BUILDING.
Engineers and Contractors
P. O. BOX 637,
1 PHONE MAIN 50.
& Marsh,
Open
4 ' i
Better Than Any We
Been Able to Secure
Marsh, Ltd
ARLINGTON BLOCK.
I, Lid.
OFFICERS.
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. B. CASTLE. ...Fh-Bt Vice President
W. M. ALEXANDER. ...2d Vlce-Prea't
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary
GEORGE R. CARTER AudltOJ
Sugar Factors and
Commission f
Merchants
AGENTS FOR
Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Com'
Pany,
HalkU Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sujrar Company,
Kahulul Rail 'art Company,
AND
TheCalllornld and Oriental
Steamship Company
IN GOOD
COMPANY
Many dollars are turn
ed away annually by The
Star In rejecting offensive
and Improper advertise- 1
ments offered for Inser-'1
tlo'n In Its. columns.
-up
This la a cogent reason
why The Star's adver
tising columns are so
generally used and so
widely read.""- . ,

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