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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 81, 1901.
fen Thousand Feet OF GARDEN HOSE JUST RECEIVED l LARGE VAKiJJi 11 y Lawn Sprinklers and Nozzles . ' ALL-THE LATEST PATTERNS In addition to our Special Brands of Hose, which have given such general In Fireprooi aies we have THE HALL It is poor economy to buy a poor safe. Get a Hall and Get the Best. Second-Hand Safes at Barqains. f aciflc Hardware Co., Ltd. MR. DOOLEY ON THE NEW YORK CUSTOM HOUSE t LIMITED. HV8 m oLUUJa am Offer for Sale ROOFINO. BUILDING PAPER. PRESERVATIVE PAINT. I BOILER AND STACK PAINT. INSULATING COMPOUND. 3HIDGE AND ROOF PAINT. BID SUGARS, Cube and granulated. ST OILS. Lacol and Linseed. PIPE COVERING, Kwd'g Patent Elastic Section Covtrtaf. WE. Witer-proof Cold Water Paint, talde and outside, la white and BE PRESS CLOTH, unen and Jut. HT. LIME AND BRICK: AGENTS FOB SUGAR REPINTNO Pft Jranclsco, Cal UNnrrna a t . L,i - auunai u&ne r, New York. PINJ Patvt . cUco. CaL RDI a ft JfWclaco, CaL AL KINDS OF JBWELRY ""M on the- WHEN PRIMEVAL HAN First sought to enliven his menu NOTICE OF SALE, BY ORDER OF MESSRS. THEO. H. 'jiannigan's back," said Mr. Dooley. "I didn't know he'd iver been away," said Mr. Hennessy. "Oh, he has that," said Mr. Dooley. "He's been makin' what Hogan calls th' gran' tower. He's been to New York an' to Cork an' he see his rilitives, an' now he's come home f'r to thry to get even." j "Did he bring annything back?" asked Hennessy. "He started to," said Mr. Dooley. "Befure he left Queenstown, he laid in a supply iv th' stimulant that's made th' Irish th' finest potes an' revolution ists an' the poorest bookkeepers in th' wurruld, an' a dozen or two iv black thorn sticks f'r frinds Iv his on th' poiis. He had a most tumulchuse v'yage. 'mere was a man played th' accorjeen all th' way acrost. Glad he was to see th' plesant fields iv Noo Jarsey an' th sthreet-eleanin department's scows go in' out to sea an' th' la-ad fr'm th' health boord comin' aboord an' askin' ivrybody did they have th' small-pox an" was tney convicts. There was a Roo shian aboord that 'd been run out iv Rooshia because he cud r-read, an' peo ple thought he was gettin' r-rea'dy to peg something at th' Czar, an' Hannigan an' him got to be gr-reat frinds. As they shtud or th' deck, Hannigan banged him on th' back an' says he: 'Look,' he says, with th' tears r-runnin' down his cheeks. He was wanst in th" Legislachure. 'Look,' he says, 'ye poor down-throdden serf,' he says. 'Behold th' land iv free dom,' he says, 'oil's tli' other man don't know it,' he says. -Thai flag which 1 can't see, but l know 'tis there he says, 'floats over no race iv slaves,' he says. 'Whin I shtep off th boat,' he says, 'I'll put me box on me shouidher," he says, 'an I'll be as free as anny man aliv'-.' he says, 'an' if e'er a sowl speaks to me, I'll give him a dhrink out iv th' bottle or a belt- with th' blackthorn,' he says, 'an' little I care which it is,' he says. 'Land iv liberty,' he says, 'I salute ye,' he says, wavin his hat at a soap-facthry. 'Have ye declared yet? th' ocean an' spindin' money he arned at home. Annyhow, Hannigan is a Ray- publican. "That's why I can't make it out," said Mr. Dooley. "Why do they stick him up? Maybe th' Sicrety iv th' Threeasury is goin' In to what Hogan calls th' lin gery business, an' is gettin' information on th' fashions. But I wonder why they make him swear to affidavits." " 'Tis wrong," said Mr. Hennessy. "We're an honest people." "We are," said Mr. Dooley. "We are, but we don't know it." F. P. DUNNE. WILCOX IS A NEIGHBOR Davies & Co., Ltd., mortgagees under j says a man at his elbow. 'Declared that certain mortgage dated July 1, 1S9S, made by George McDougall, Wil liam McDougall and George W. Mc- of berries and roots with cooked : Dougall, doing business at Kailua, in the island or Hawaii, under the nrm food, he soon discovered how to make, in some form or other, Bread. Back as far as hieroglyphics can tell the tale, there has been hand ed down the history of making loaves. Since then the art of bread-baking has been constantly advancing and the latest develop ments in maintaining the vigor and purity of the wheat germ can be found in the products of the German Bakery what?' says Hannigan. 'Th' things ye have in th' box,' says th'- man. '1 have not,' says Hannigan. 'Th' contints iv that crate is sacred between me an me silf,' he says. 'Well,' says.th' man, 'ye'd Phone White 3851. Upper Fort St. name and style of George McDougall Detther slide down th' companyionway & 6ons, ana recoraea in tne registry of Conveyances in Honolulu, in liber 180, on pages 321 to 324, and by the consent of said mortgagors, and of all parties in interest, I will offer for sale at public auction at my salesrooms, Queen street, Honolulu, on the 17th day of August, A. D. 1901, at 12 o'clock noon, all of the property situated in the district of North Kona, Island of or stairs to th' basement iv th' ship an' tell what ye know,' he says. "Well, Hannigan ig an Irish Raypub lic'an that does what he's told, so he wint down stairs, an' there was a lot iv la-ads settin' ar-round a table, an, says wan iv thim: 'What's ye'er name, Tim Hannigan, an ar-re ye a citizen iv this counthry?" 'Well, glory be to tn NEW ARRIVAL op Kimonos, , Pajamas, Shirts, AT ALL PRICES. These Goods are of the Very Lateei Patterns and Styles, and can be Been at M. CHIYA, Telephone Mil White. Corner of Nuuanu and Hotel StreeU Han's Likeness If you want a photograph thai will represent you as you are, we know you'll like what w make for you. There' artistl merit in them, too. They are mounted in the law oval style, and are Jut th thing. TAKE THE ELEVATOR premises. Workffien, just from. 1 8' COUNTER, rrchant Tail or treet, jur I PERFECT Fix. f FOTO UliaiDS Gallery. BOSTON BUILDING. Horses Mules FOR SALE. To arrive per Aloha and 8. N. CastU. about July 8th, MATCH TEAMS, FINE DRIVERS, PAST PACERS, DRAT TEAMS, ETC. CHARLES EL BELLINA CITY OF PARIS DM GOODS C6 181 YORE 486 Sroadway. PARIS 2 Frubore Poiuonier co ir. to I' cairu H'irtnii'.i " 'If THtit ain't JSfiPetie Caeey, th' tailor's', Well, how tation, containing an area o'f acres more or less, described as follows, to wit: All of those certain pieces or parcels of land situate at Kailua and Hono kahau (2), Island of Hawaii, aforesaid, and more particularly described as follows: 1. The ahupuaa of Hienaloli 2d, and being apana 5, of L. C. A. 7716, and conveyed by deed dated July 21. 1885, from Charles R. Bishop and Samuel M. Damon to George McDougall, of rec ord in said registry in liber 94, on page 314, containing an area of about acres ar-re ye an what ar-re ye doin down her '" he says. 'I'm a customs inspic tor,' says th boy. ' 'Tis a good job,' says Hannigan. '1 thried f'r it wanst m i-ilf. but I jined th' wrong organ ization,' he says. 'Step out an' have a dhrink,' he says. . 'I've a bottle iv .'iSii whiskey in my thrunk that'd make ye think ye was swallowin' a pin-cushion,' he says. ' "Sh-h,' says Petie Casey. 'Mail alive, ye'll be In tu lock-up in another minyit if ye don't keep quite. That fellow, behind ye is a mannyfac- ! threr iv Irish whiskey in 2Q Sthreet, an' he's hand in glove with 1 Mack,' he says. 'Well, annyhow," says 2. All of that land situate at Papaa- ' wannigan, i want to give ye a DiacK koko, Honokahau 2, containing 60.50 thopj stick f'r ye'er father, he says, acres, and more particularly described 'Lord Weas me sowl!' says th' boy. 'Ye'll in Royal Patent (grant) No. 3456, to ; lose: me me job yet. That fellow with George McDougall, issued August 30. j th' ,r-red hair is th. principal Rah way jgg9 dealer In blackthorns. His name is Together with all and singular the ' Schmidt, an' Mack sinds him down heie easements, tenements, hereditaments 1 f'r to see that th' infant industhries iv and appurtenances unto the same be- J Ru.away don't get th' worst iv it fr'm longing or in any wise appertaining, t th pauper labor iv Europe,' he says. The above two pieces being subject to With t..at, th' chief inspictor come up a certain mortgage dated March 2, 1897, ' an' says he: 'Misther Hannigan,' he Dickey Will Try Kalihi Distilling Cases Two Chinese Who Affected Jewelry. The following crises were disposed of by Judge Wilcox yesterday: Joe Mendes, Sato, John Richards, Ged. Kailiuli, John Cavalho, distilling liquor, remanded to Judge Dickey; Mr. and Mrs. Kiinst, selling liquor, August 1st; Joe Santos, assault and battery on Henry Kla, $6 and costs; Limapehu, Gusque, Johnson, Thompson, f each and costs; Ah Cheong alias Hong Cheong, Yong Nung alias Nung Kong, larcenyJ first de gree, July 31st. Judge Wilcox decided that he would rather noV try the Kalihi distilling cases on account of being a neighbor of the defendants. He therefore transferred the cases to Judge Dickey's court. Ah Cheong and Yong Nung were ar rested on Saturday while fighting. The rooms of the men were raided and a quantity of watches and jewelry brought to light. Detective Kaapa was detailed on the case and he connoted the prop erty recovered with a Japanese named Monta, whose jewelry store on Beretania street was broken into two months ago. Monta inspected the goods and identified them as being his own. Complaints charging Ah -CheonK and Yong Xung with larceny in the first degree were ac cordingly issued. Among the articles stolen and recov ered were 4 ..Uver watches, 23 "nickle I pTated watches-, 7. gold plated watches, 7o j silver rings, 14 gold plated rings, 4 lady's i gold plated chains. 13 silver chain .fas tenets, 3 gold chains, 4 silver chains, 8 j silver pins, 12 kukui nut charms, 1 gold ' chain, 7 silver pins and 30 nickle plated I chains of the aggregate value of 1200. Mr. and Mrs. Kunst, charged with sell ing liquor, are better known as "Grand pa" and "Grandma" to the thirsty ones who have been wont for a long time past to wet their whistles after closing times at a celebrated resort on Queen street. Jp( ln"Jpf j AGENTS IfOR ' 5 ALE OF REAL ESTATE F. J. LOWREI. Preisdent. A. B. WOOD, Vice President. J. A. GILMAN, Secretary ad Treas urer. P. J..AMWEG, Auditor. CHAS. H. GILMAN, Manager. KEEAUMOKD STREE I WE OFFER FOR SALE THE P1N residence property of C. 8. Ludwigo, Esq., corner Keeaumoku and Lunaill streets, lot 180x200, containing MUMf square feet of land. Two-story house (built in 1898), hay ing five rooms on first floor, four fcei rooms on second floor, and two batlfc rooms. Servant?' quarters of three room Everything first-class. Keeaumoku street Is one of the tir.v& residence streets In the city. For prices and terms, apply to Island Realty C THIS WAS THE WRONG MAN. 204 LIMITED. Ju' Baildin m "Your name is Brown, isn't it?" in quired the smooth caller on a farmer out near Dearborn, "John Wesley Brown?" "Yep, that Is how I was baptized an' Bieecker cnrls'ehed. I'm him." i wanted to De sure or the name. It might make a difference of at least half a million. How far can you trace your ancestry back?" "Well, I got the same family Bible as my great-gran 'father, and they had been a lot of bus'ness done in it afore it kim down to him." "Does it show that your family used to live in England and designate the lo calities?" "Perzacketly. It p'ints out Jest them things. Ole Enoch Brown owned durn near a hull county over there 'bout 150 fr-nm fipnpffo MrDniie'all to the pstate savs. 'on ve'er wurrud iv honor as an ,cars ago of W. C. Lunalilo, deceased, for the Irish gintleman an' an American citi- sum of two thousand dollars, with in- jzen,' he says, 'have ye annything in that terest at 7 per cent per annum, of rec- box that ye cud 've paid more f'r in this ord in said registry in liber 170, page , counthry?' 'On me wurrud Iv honor,' 39. I says Hannigan. 'I believe ye,' says th' And also all of those certain Inden- j chief. 'Swear him. Ye know th' solemn- tures of lease of lands in North Kona, ; Ity iv an oath. Ye do solemnly swear "By jove! you're the man. I have the pleasure of informing you that you are one of the heirs to an immense foVtune. I've traced the whole thing from begin ning to end. There's not a flaw in the chain." "Say, stranger, you said half a million, Island of Hawaii, aforesaid, viz: be this an' be that that ve have not didn t you, and it s a sure shot?" 1. That certain indenture of lease : been lyin' all this time like th' knavish "Straight as a gun barrel." from Liliuokalanl to George McDougall scoundhrel that ye wud be if ye did, he j tllis waY. now. I'm durned busy of the land known as Keahuolu, de-; says, 'I swear," says Hannigan. 'That sseedin' and I hain't got no ready money scribed in L. C. A. 8452, R. P. 6851, dat- will suffice,' says th' chief. 'Go down on ' fur t( speak of. if you'll gl' me $.".0,000 ed the 31st of March, 1892, of record In th' dock an' be searched,' he says. I'll sign the hull blamed shootin' match said registry in liber 134, on pages "Hannigan says he wint down on th' lover to you. I'd ruther pay $9 fur oner 463-465. Area, about 4,071 acres. $600 duck practisin' the lock-step, so he wud- ! than to akef my 'tention off bus'ness per annum to March 31. 1912; $700 per dent seem prrcen whin they' put him in ' right now." annum to March 31, 1922. ft perjury. I won'; tell ye what he see ! The caller couldn't think of it. It would 2. That certain indenture of lease ! Gn th' dock. No, I won't, Hinnlssy. jhe taking an unfair advantage. He was from Francis Spencer to George Mc- . 'Tisn't annything ye ought to know, on- ! even more positive in his rejection of of Dougall of the land known as Hono- j less ye're goin' into th" dhry-goods busi- ' fers of twenty, five, three and finally one kohauiki, dated January 6, 1897, of rec- I ness. Hannigan says they hadn't got ! thousand. All he wanted was a couple ord in said registry in liber 169, on halfwtcy to th' bottom iv th thrunks, an' 'of hundred to start in on collecting the pages 24-:.". About 500 acres. $800 per there wasn't a woman fr'm th' boat that 'half a million. When the old man click- 1200 -:- 1200 LOTS KAPIOLANI TRACT til; TinijUl- J arts:.;;. For Sale. IN annum to January 6, 1912; $400 per an num to January 6, 1927. S. That certain indenture of lease from the trustees under the will of Bernice Pausiii Bishop to George Mc Dougall of the land known as Puaa 1st, together with fishing rights, dated May 2, 1887, of record in said registry in liber 103, on pages 325-327. About 859 acres. $100 per annum to May 2, 1902. 4. That certain Indenture of lease from Mrs. Kau Keaweualani to George McDougall and Sons of homestead lots 10 and 20, in Kealakehe, dated March 1, 1896, of record in said regis try In liher 161, on pages 288-289, con taining an area of 45.91 acres, more or less. per annum to March 1, 1911. Together with all buildings and Im provements made upon or put up and erected upon the land in said leases named and described, also all coffee trees growing thereon, the area of said coffee lands being as follows: About 150 acres of planted coffee." About 50 acres of wild coffee. And also, all of the herd of cattle be longing to said mortgagors running at large in said North Kona, numbering about 400 head, more or less. JAMES P. MORGAN, Auctioneer. TERMS Cash, United States gold coin. Deeds at expense of purchaser. For further particulars, apply to Hatch & Silliman, attorneys for mort gagor, or to Messrs. Theo. H". Davies & Co., Ltd. Dated Honolulu, July 18, 1901. 6419-2300 southeast cor. Geary and Stockton 8t. BAN FRANCISCO. Order bv Mail Promptly DsjpS I. M. SHIGETA CONTRACTING CARPENTER, PA PERING, PAINTER Beretania Ave., corner of Maunakea rat Lowest Prices. PACIFIC LODGE Nl 822, A. F. & A. M. 6c THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Pacific Lodge, A. F. & A. M., at Masonic Temple, this Wednes day evening, July 31, at 7:30 o'clock. WORK IN THE THIRD DEGREE. Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodge le Progres, and all sojourning Brethren are fraternally invited to attend. By order of the R. W. M. H. H. WILLIAMS, Secretary. he d dare to look in th' face. He tur rned away with a Mush an' see his wife an' childher standi! behind th' bars lv a finee, an' he started f'r thim. 'Hoi' on there,' says a polisman. 'Where are ye goin'?' he says. 'To see me wife, ye gom,' says Hannigan. 'Ye can't see her till we look at what ye-ve got In th box,' says th' copper. 'Ye'er domestic jooties can wait ontil we see about th others,' says he. 'Ye're a prisoner,' says he, 'till we prove that ye ought to be,' he says. With that Mrs. Hannigan calls out: 'Tim,' she says. 'Pah-pah,' she says. 'Ar-re ye undher arrest?' she says. What ar-re y. charged with?' she says. 'Threason,' san he. 'I wint away fr'm home,' ue sas. 'But that's no crime,' she says. 'Yes. it is,' says he. 'I come back,' he says. "With that another Inspictor come along an' he says: 'Open that thrunk,' says he. 'Cut th' rope,' he says. 'Boys, bring an axe an' lave us see what this smuggler has In th box,' he says. 'What's-this? A blackthorn cane! Con fiscate It. A bottle iv whiskeyl Put it aside f'r Ividence. A coatl MIscreent! A pair iv pants! Ye perjured ruffyan! Don't ye know ye can get nearly as good a pair iv pants fr twice th' money in this counthry? Three collars? Hyena! A bar iv soap. An' this man calls him self a pathrlot! Where did ye get that thrunk? It looks foreign. I'll take it. Me man,' he says, 'ye have taken a long chanst,' he says, 'but I won't be hard on ye. Ye'll need clothes,' he says. "Here's me card, he says. 'I'm an inspictor iv customs on th' side, but th govermint really hires me to riprisint Guldfenhelm an' Eckstein, shirt-makers be appoint ment to th cabinet.' ilannigan wint out an called to th' inspictor: 'Look, you!' 'What is it?' says th' man. 'Ye missed something," says Hannigan. I was tatooed In Cork,' he says. 'Stop that man says th' head iv a ladln' firm Iv tatooers an' prlsldent iv th Society f r th' Protection iv Amer ican Art, If Such There be. 'Stop him; he's smugglln' in foreign art!' But Han nigan bate him to th' sthreet car. An' that was his welcome home, " 'Call me Hanniganoffski,' ays he las' night 'I'm goin' to Rooshia,' he says. 'F'r to be a slave IV th CzarT says I. 'Well,' says he, If I've got to be a slave,' he says, 'I'd rather be opprlssed be th' Czar thin be a dealer in shirt waists, he says." "Oh, well, dlwle mend Hannigan!" said Mr. Hennessy. "It's little sympathy I have fr him, galllvantin' off acrost ed his store teeth together and reached for the family rifle the visitor hurdled over bushes, cleared the front yard fence and had the dog hanging to him as he leaped into the buggy after cutting the tie strap. He left at a two minute clip and with his hair on end. "Dun'd ldj'ot mus' think I don't take no papers," and the farmer replaced the unloadned gun. Detroit Free Press. NOTICE. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM the city I have given full power of at torney to Mr. K. B. Porter, who will act for me in all matters. P. F. PORTER. Honolulu, July 31, 1901. 5923 THE jMELROSF. TeL King Street, near Waikiki Turn. Blue 5081. HAVING BEEN REFURNISHED and renovated, is now open, under new management, Rates, single, $5. 00; couple, $90.00 per month. Those desir ing good Board and Room can be accommodated. NOTICE. AT A SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' meeting of the Oceanio Gas and Elec tric Co., Ltd., held In this city Thurs day, the 25th Instant, Col. J. H. Fisher was elected treasurer, to fill the unex pired term of J. Flower. M. M. KOHN,,. 5921 Secretary. NOTICE. ON AND AFTER THE $th OI June, 1901, all business with Alexande? Baldwin, Ltd., will be conducted a1 their office on second floor of Stangea wald building, Merchant street. J. P. COOKE, Manage? Honolulu. June 29. 190L M NEW MAP 0F10AHU ST JAB. T. TAYLOR, M. Am. So a B 18x19 lnehea Copies can be obtained from Mr. Tay or, SO Judd building, or Hawaiian Newt 7ompeny. THE KAPIOLANI TRACT extend from King street to the beach. A roe& of 60 feet width will be opened on th east side of the property adjoining th Kamehameha Girls School; said roan will extend to the sea. CROSS ROADS will be opened be tween blocks. Every lot will have frontage on a road. The elevations vary from 40 feet high to 10 feet high abov sea level. NO SWAMPS around the premises No freshet will enter the property. THERE IS AN OFFER to buy a par, of the property by a great manufao turing company. The chances are ti offer may be accepted. There is every reason to believe the prices of lots wlS increase in a short time. The pwn2 of the property will give all chancee purchasers to make money on their in vestments. THE GROUND IS SUPERIOR to aK? tract in the market. THE PREMISES are situated withlas one mile and a half from the postofficct THE GOVERNMENT WATHS PIPES are laid along the upper portion of the property. THE PRICES are cheapest of sas? tract within two miles from the ossslsar of the city. THE TERMS which will be given 2& purchasers will be the best ever gives by any Real Estate Dealer or Broke-ss during the last twenty years in Honr lulu. . FOR TERMS or more particulars ai ply to S. M. KANAK&Nli SURVEYOR AND MANAGER OP KAPIOLANI TRACT COM PANY. OR TO W. G. AGKI & GO REAL ESTATE DEALERS AND BROKERS. J. H. TAYLOR $ CO. GENERAL BLACKSMITHTNG, With special attention given to Bhl?? Work. Drays and Wagons made t o- der. QUEEN STREET. Opposite Judiciary Buildings jjr