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Wo offer for a short or long
lease at very reasonable) rate?,
In the WAVERLY BLOCK
on Bctticl street, formerly occu
ptcil by tho Honolulu Paint Co.
Fort and Merchant Sti.
Tel. Main 313. Honolulu.
Le Pronres Stated.
Pacine Third Degree.
Hawaiian First Degree.
Honolulu Chapter Past
Hawaiian Third Degree.
All visiting members of tho or
der aro cordially Inltod to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE, NO. 3, I. O. 0. F.
HmU every Monday evening at 7:10
ki Harmony Hall. King street.
K. L. CUTTING, N. Q.
K. K. HENDHY, secretary.
All visiting brothers very cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meet every Friday evening at Har
oay Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, and visit
tea Brothers cordially Invited.
F. W. DUNN, C.C.
ED. C. ALDIUCH,
K. of IL & S.
VVM. M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K. of P.
Meets every Satuiday evening at
7:30 o'clock In Harmony Hall, King
street. Visiting btothers cordially la
Ited to attend.
C. M. V. KOU8TER. C C.
B. 8. GltEGORY, OS.
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. Cl, B. P. O. E
will meet In their new hall, on Miller
and Ueretanla streets, every Friday
Ily order of the E. It.
D. L. CONKI.INC,
F. M. nilOOKS, E.R. Secretary
Mr. THOMAS PRIME will conduct n
Thursday, Aug. 7th, 1902, 8 p. m., at
AIUON HALL (back of Opera House).
Members' meeting Tuesday, 7:45 p. m.
cordial welcome extended to all.
Library open Friday, 3 to 4 o'clock.
MARY D. HENDRICKS,
President Aloha Branch, T. S.
If you don't buy these lots you'll
miss It, because you will miss doubling
ydur money In one year or less. Prices
bed-rock. Finest, coolest and health
lest location In Honolulu, right on
King St below Walklkl Turn, on line
of Rapid Transit, seven minutes'
straight run to Fort St. Will build
houses from $700 up and guarantee
renters for this price, $25.00.
Call and see
W. M. CAMPBELL
at his office on premises or my spe
cial agent, W. M, Mlnton, with Hono
lulu Investment Co., Judd Bldg.
B. W. Quinn,
Patronage of Owners, Architects
and Builders solicited.
1168 Union St. Phone, Main 394
New England Bakery
ANNEX AT THE
New England Bakery Annex
nt tho Merchants' I'nlr hae
the excltisho salo for Soft
Drinks, Ice Cream, Soda,
Sandwiches, Ice Cream and
Water Ices, Cakes, Pies, Etc.
Visitors can bo supplied with
light refreshments without
leaving the building. Booth In
Isle, between Main Buildings,
ANNEX AT THE
WILL MAKE CANDY IN PUBLIC
such as Slick Candy, Peanut, Cocoa
nut Candy, Chocolate, Cream Drops
und Hand-mado Goods which will be
sold hot. This display will tnteicst
tiio younger clement. Mixed Candy In
COc boxes; every fifth box contains $1
In silver; and mixed candy In $1 box,
every tenth box contains $5 In gold.
Handfomo rings, souvenir spoons and
jewelry given away as presents In ev
ery box; see affidavit on file at booth.
Candy Booth in alslo between main
buildings. WalkIM side.
For Sale or
PUUNUIST., near the end
of the Lillha St. trolley
line. Seven room cottage
on lot 100x100. Splendid
view and healthy location.
Stable and servants' quar
Rent $20 per month
Castle & Lansdale
REAL ESTATE AND INSUR
ANCE AGENTS; INVEST
MENTS. 506-507 8tangenwald Building.
Telephone Main 70.
They are the best. We sell them
on easy payments. You have the use
of the refrigerator while it Is being
paid for. They don't cost much elth
We have them from $10.50 upward
and have Ice boxes much cheaper.
Come and have a look at the refrig
erator. You will be pleased with It
Coyne Furniture Co.
PROGRE38 BLOCK, FORT STREET.
in the Home
Faded and streaked wall pa
per Is a constant eyesore. No
matter how elegant tho (urnl
turo and other decorations whila
such paper remains there Is a
lack of attractiveness about tbe
OF WALL PAPER
nre particularly striking and
beautiful. Our stock Is far su
perior and our prices lower than
elsewhere. We aro always
pleased to show tho pretty de
signs. LEWERS & COOKE,
Treasury Warrants Discounted.
Aagoon Bldg, Merchant & Alakea 8U.
Office hours 9 a. m 'to 4 p. m.
lOCAL AND SENtKAL
Read "Wants" on page 6.
Kona coffee to be good must be pure.
C. J, Day sells It.
Prlmo and Rainier beer 10 cents a
glass at the Pantheon.
Tho Adnms-Bagnal arc lamp Is ad
vertised, by tho Hawaiian Electric Co.
Nicely furnished rooms, ropuiar
House, 1249 Fort St., 11.60 per week up.
Many pretty draperies are being
shown nt N S. Sachs' this week. Sto
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Dulletln Publish
The weekly edition of tbe Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of tho day.
Corns and Ingrowing nails success
fully treated without pain. Dr. Bogle,
Oregon block, -Hotel street
All tho PEERLESS PRESERVING
PAINT CO. nBk Is a trial and ou will
be convinced of Its merlu
I.ndy llcrron and Mrs V L. Stanley
arc back fiom the Coast, having arriv
ed In the Moana yesterday
McKinley Lodge No. 8 K oft., have
work In first and second rank this
evening nt 7.30 at Harmony Hall,
The new- Hospital for Incurables will
be opened In about two weeks. Nj
elaborate dedication services will Im
Prof. C. J. Ljons says there was CO
per cent more rain In July than usual
and he will report the rainfall as ICO
per cent of normal,
There Is a possibility of the Catholic
Mission band going to Maul on August
12 to attend the Wnlluku races and the
baseball games to be la)ed In connec
Tomorrow being the first Sunday of
tho month, Holy Communion will bo
celebrated at 11 o'clock at St. Clem
ent's church by the Rev. John Usborne,
ni. .!... .' iii i....i.i'.
iiu II9UU1 t.ii.B;i.iic n..i v uv.u.i
Don't forget Camarinos of the Call
fornlt Fruit Market when you want
fruit and vegetables. He alwas has
on hand a fresh supply of both Califor
nia and Island frull Telephone Main
Tho wireless telegraph service is
now open for business to Mahukona
and all points on Hawaii and Maul.
Telegrams will be received nt tho In
tcr-lBland Telegraph Company's office.
lower Fort street.
The band will give a concert on the
Capllol grounds Sunday afternoon nt
the usual time. There will be no mu
sic In Emma Square this afternoon, tho
band having been engaged to play nt
the baseball game.
Willie Kahananul, aged 19, died at
the home of Ocorge W. Scott, Nuuanu
valley, early )cstcrday morning, after
five months of suffering from an affec
tion of the lungs. The funeral took
place at 10 o'clock this morning.
At a meeting of tbe Scotlsh Thistle
Club last evening It was decided to hold
a smoker In commemorlatlon of tho
coionatlon of the King. The Sons of
St. Oeorgo and all citizens will be ask
ed to Join In. The exact date nnd place
will he announced later.
The steamship Moana from Vancou
ver arrived off port a little before 2
o'clock and docked at the Oceanic
wharf ul about 4 p. m. She had excep
tionally fine weather throughout tho
entlic voage. The Moana brought
only 20 cases of merchandise for this
poit and only Mnvcd here for a few
hours. leaving for the Colonics at 7 15
Christian Church, E S. Muckley, pas
tor, lesldence 1214 Wilder nvenue, tel.,
Blue 1G71 Subject of morning sermon,
"Memorials of Dlvlno Mercy." Subject
of fifteen minutes address nt 7.30 p. m.
servlco is "The Philosophy of
Thought" Subject for whole service
at 7:30 p. m. Is "Means of firowth."
Leader, J, A. Templeton. Bible school
at 9:43 a. m.
Tho steamship Mlowcra arrived In
port jesterday and mooted at the Pa
cific Mall wharf at about 2 o'clock. She
was several dajs late owing to troublo
with her machinery. On her last trip
to Sjdney she also had coiiBltlernblo
trouble with her engines nnd nrrlved In
port five da) s late, she being entirely
disabled on two occasions for 1G and
20 hours respectively.
The Mlowcra left Sjdne- at 1:20 p.
m. July 14. Brisbane at 1:30 p. m. July
17, und Suva at 1'1C p. m. July 22. She
had nice weathei throughout the entire
Among tho Mlow era's passengers was
His Kxrellency the Karl of Hopctoun,
P. C, K. C O. C. M. Q.. the retiring
Governor-General of the Common
wealth of Australia, accompanied by
his aide-de-camp. Tho Kail was very
reticent during tbe voyage and mingled
but llttlo with tho other passengers.
During the trip, the passengers spent
n very enjojubic time with sports ana
also held a very successful concert
The Mlow era left this poit ut 9:30 p.
m. on her way to Vancouver and Vio
Tho band will play tho following se
lections nt a concert to bo given on tlw
Capitol grounds Sunday afternoon, be
ginning at 3 o'clock,
Tho Old Hundred.
Overture Don Glovunnl Mozait
Polonaise In Festal Arrny .... Kaust
Selection Lucre zla Boigla .Donizetti
Vocal Selection, Pour Hawaiian Songs
Reminiscences of All Nations.. Godfrey
Ballad Tho Holy City Adams
Andante Fifth Symphony .Beethoven
Selection Popular Melodies.. .Ludcis
The Star Spangled Banner.
It Requires Nerve to stand the strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In the face,
head or any poitlon of the body. These
pains nre quickly stopped by tho use
of PKRRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLKIt.
Tho relief Is Immediate, and lasting, Do
not suffer a moment longer but ubs tho
Paln-Klller as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-Klller, Per
ry Davis , Price 25c. and EOc.
A meeting of the Portuguese Politi
cal Club was held In San'Antonlo hall
last night for the purpose, of hearing
speeches on tho necessity of naturall
zntlon'nnd discussions on the same. J,
M. Camara presided. Additional mem
hers to net with the executive commit
tee wero chosen by him, the object be
ing to canvass the city to ascertain the
names of nil Portuguese young nnd
old entitled to become naturalized
citizens, and to do cvcothlng possible
to mako them such. Tho new mem
bers of the committee arc John Ma
deira, M. Mnchndo, Cnpt M. Costa, M
n. Illsho, C. Perrelrn, V. M. Fernandez,
flnbrlel J. Cabrnl nnd J 1). Marques.
It was also urged at the meeting
that each member of the Portuguese
Political Club do everything possible
to swell the roll of the club so that
when thn time should come for the
Portuguese to confer with the political
parties to ascertain what offers they
had to make to the Portuguese, they
could mako a good showing.
It was announced nt tho meeting that
the Home Rule patty would obtain no
favors whatever from the Portuguese
owing to tho plank In their platform
declaring against the employment of
people of this nationally on the pubic
The first speech of the evening was
made by M. T. Furtndo who spoke as
"We nre nsscmbled here tonight to
hpress our views and give our 'icnrty
si.pport to the new politic il club which
has sprung up amongst the Portuguese
American citizens, I vls.i to go ever
'ho political history of the ltortugiiwc
colo'ij In these IsltMs. In the ear
1887 tho government under King Kula
kaua by special kjhliibn gave the
franchise to all the Portuguese InhnH
tnnts. They could last their ballots
then as they chose whether they know
. , , . .
,! iiuu u,u nine "I IHJ. NIIU tile
had something to say regarding the af
fairs of the government Why? Be'
cause th.e-men who composed that body
called tho legislature, put In there 1
dare say by the strength of the Portu
guese vote, had to yield to their bed;
and call for fear they would not be sent
there a second time. The Portuguese
vote was a tremendous factor in those
days. The Portuguese at tho time of
the overthrow of the monarchy wero
considered good citizens to bear arms
and protect the provisional govern
ment, and to last their ballots, I am
sorry to say, for this was the fatal vote
that elected the framers of the Consti
tution of the Republic of Hawaii that
abridged tho franchise of tbe Porta
guese. The framers of that Constitu
tion were traitors to the right wo pos
sessed with tho exception of threo
members, three of our countrymen.
Thirty members composed the con v en
tlon and before they wcio elected they
all promised nud pledged themselves
to preserve our franchise but when
they got to the top of tho ladder they
threw It down and against the voters
who had put them theic.
"We arc on the verge of n great poli
tical campaign. Let us unite and show
the people what we can do. Wo hnv
many old scores to settle with the
nemy nnd let us do so at the polls. V
have enough material on hand tu
spring u surprUo.
"I wish also remind J on of n mat
ter of vital Importance. We hnve a
number of joung men In our toloiiy
vvho possess excellent qualifications to
hold some of the numerous positions
In the tovcrnment service nnd yet not
one has been awarded that honor. It
Is time that a few of our countrymen
are employed. During a recent bogus
convention of Home Rulers a hothead
got up and offered a resolution not to
cmplo) amongst others, tho Portuguese
In the public worl.s. Now if we don't
wake up nnd do something we will be
treated worse than the Asiatics. Let us
stand hand In hand and our blow at
the polls will be felt" '
Next came a very able speech by M.
C. Pacheco, ono of the leaders ol
thought, among the joung Portuguese.
It was as follows:
"We have organized ourselves Into
a political tlub having for Its objects
tho promotion of our political Inter
ests and to Induce all Portuguese oung
men, possessing the necessary qualifi
cations, to become naturalized Ameri
can citizens so that they may have u
voice in the political affairs of the Ter
ritory. Tho question of renouncing our
nlleghincu to the mother country Is an
Important one. There Is naturally n
doubt In tbe minds of some voting men
us to whether they should do so ami
swear their allegiance to another. To
those who entertain this doubt I will
put the question: How many of you
Intend to return to Portugal to pass the
rest of jour days nnd spend the money
3 ou nre making In America? I am
quite sure the'rels not one here, be
cause on all know- that the conditions
thero would soou compel ou to re
turn ucie. Today wo are confronted
with n struggle in a foreign country
which wo have adopted as our own, and
jet how manw many are thero of you
who huvo a volro In the public attain
of this Territory, The tlmo haa come
when we must mako our Influence felt
In political matters. This country of
fers ou opportunities, providing you
swear allegiance to It It Is for you to
choose between being a lump on a log
through sentiment, or to nvall your
pelves of the opportunity of becoming
factors in the political affulrs of Ha
waii." J, F Duiao was tho third speaker on
tbe list. The central thought of his
iIIscouim) was that the Portuguese
should so etiengthen themselves that In
the future, should occasion arise, they
would be In a position to dictate terms
to the othei political parties.
M A. Sllva said that when the Portu
guese Political Club selected its candi
dates for ofllce, thoy should not merelj
be chosen hut their election must be
made certain. Tho club's enrollment
must he hi ought to the highest number
possible no that the various political
parties could see that the Portuguese
were In earnest,
Mis. Timothy Blackstono has given
a city library to Chicago In memory of
her late husband. The corner-stone has
has been laid, and the building will be
completed In a year.
1 . STOMACH
This wonderful medicine has never
been equalled as a stomaoh strength
ener and health builder. It Is tho only
ono to tako when jour svstcm Is weak
and run down and you suffer from
dyspepsia, Indigestion, constipation,
flatulency, sour stomach or headache.
Try It. It will surely do you good. Be
sura to get tho genuine with our Pri
vate Die Stamp over tho neck of tho
FOR THAT FALLING OUT
OF THE HAIR, DAND-
RUFF AND OTHER SCALP
IT 18 THE IDEAL HAIR DRE83INQ.
WE CAN H0NE8TLY
PORT 75c per Gal.
CHOICE TABLE CLARET,
50c per Gal,
The Pioneer Wine & Liquor House
25 KING 8T
816 Fort 8treeL
Honolulu, T. H.
Victor Safe & Lock Co.
Ideal Ready Mixed
Improved Stone Filters.
And the Oteel Aormolor.
Our Soda Waters
are every w hero conceded to be
tho highest quality. Wo sell
35e THE DOZEN.
Delivery free anywhoro In tho
city. All ordors promptly at
TELEPHONE DLUE 1871.
SODA WATER WORKS
r T7f3!'5KTr"i . Co.
THE LUXURY OF SLEEP
Is not enjoyed by everyone Tho bless
ings of quiet and peaceful slumber aro
reserved for those who uso
As n tonic nnd a sj stem builder thero
Is nothing to equal it
Older from tho Brewery
Telephone MAIN 341.
Porter Furniture Co,
First-class FURNITURE of all descrip
tions. Upholstering Department un
equalled In the City. Now located in the
PORTER FURNITURE CO., LTD. -
THE ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
AT ABTI, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA.
THE LARGEST VINEYARD IN THE WORLD.
These wines have taken tbe gold medals nnd rceclvcd the
awards at all the recent
and are now noted the world over for their purity and excellence of qual
ity. Trade and families supplied by tho following jobbers:
WALTER8-WALDRON CO, LTD.
GON8ALVES & CO.
GOME8 & McTIGHE.
JOS. HARTMAN & CO.
8. I. 8HAW & CO.
CAMARA & CO.
' Finest bottled beer Bold In
Honolulu. Pure and palatable.
Has all thu tonic properties atid
the delightful flavor of tbe bcs
Family Orders Solicited.
Gomes & McTighe
93 and 95 King St
Phone Main 140.
Neat and Handsome Designs
Made to Order.
563 BereUnla St, Near Punchbowl.
MRS, A. SCHOELLKOPF,
TEACHER OF PIANO.
Honolulu, T. H.
Hotel Street, Opposite Advent Churrh.
Gonsalves & Co..
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22$ Queen St., Honolulu, H. 1
P. H. Burnette
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses.
Notary Public and Typewriter.
Real Estate, Insurance, Collections.
Office, 79 Merchant Street Honolulu.
Jas. T. Taylor
CIVIL AND HYDRAULIC ENGINEER
306 Judd Building.
Telephone Main 294.
M. F BBRTeLJVlAJVS
IS - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrance cj
King street Ordets left at either sioi
or office at John Nott's store, Elaf
ltrett, will receive prompt attention.
Or ALL KINDH.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Alton 5fc Robinson.
JQueen Btreet, Honolulu.
Street, opp. Love'Bulldlnj.
ON CORONATION DAY,
celebrate the event
and toast KING
very best wines
befit such an occasion
PUT UP IN CANS IN THE
Daisy Brand Cherries Can't Do Bsat.
ineapcr anu better than Import
ed fresh fruits.
L. F. STERNEMANN.
Tel. Blue 611.
FORT ST., OPP. CLUB STABLES.
Kabikinni Heat Market
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
sritanla Street, Corner Alakta.
'Phone Blue 2511.
ALSO AT THS
MEAT STALLS 19 AND 20.
lie Eiglish aad American Goods
65 Hotel street, and
Hotsl nsar Nuiunu
f.O.Bos.. TEL-wmits el
AH PAT & CO.,
1256 Fort 8L above Orpheum.'
AH PAT, expert cutter, late foreman
I. D. Trcgloan. Suits latest styles and
cd ML Cleaning and reoalrlng.
RELIABLE JAPANESE and CHINESE
Rest of Help Furnished on
Contract II desired.
Office Cor. Fort and King Streets.
Tel. Blui 051.
ml JW' J-J
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