- .m . Honolulu, T. H.,
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd., Honolulu, T. H.
n or milk. I
Rn-iwu w i ttt: ",,U,UJ j"" a me appi cauon -i me
rZA ?? irJh 1 l3rch,, 'fom ou a few days nince, has already
nwnl ma decided improvement in the condition of the cattle, as wU as an
?!!!!7k P"8"11;;010" qntity of th milk produced, before the appli
cation of the Kilflj. Very truly jours, " Paul R. Iserbkeo.
TV. 1 a
, iZTT mm""
From J tn Ail row
Uchable, and thus may
mm - . w a
We are sole
E W. Jordan's
NO. 10 STflftt
300 Pairs Curtains
Prom 40c a pair up.
Fine Asseortment of
I c t no
'uT now told by doctors d
sieetneixy --z te
tbe nadssstencd ealy
n rnarettrMT. CI
n Frjvla'V Bl
11 your animal are troubled with lice, u 80-Bos -So (Kilfly). It knocks them
out. Spray your poultry bouse with 80-Bos-So (Kilfly). It kills lice or anv
Terrain that may Infect the fowla. Sufferers from the Horn Flv should rive KilfiV
The beet collection in the city !j
" and much lower than :
usual prices for r
j One Week Only
. Commencing Mooday, 17. j;
zztmimmA Sf tO DOSS
MONOLULTJ LODGE Mo. Sit. P.
. a. will meet In their new hall. s
tiller snd Beretanla streets, eeery
r. rij.r of the E. R-
PL rONKLING. Secretary,
p M BROOKS. E. R.
Read what - - -Mr.
Paul Isenbcn says:
r,H--M praaeoca of the horn-fly pest in my herd of milch
" , j 5 cmae of -non apprehension to me, both on account of the
n0raiiao in the condition of the cattle and the reduced r.ro-
Kilfly Is a Liquid Mixture
and hordes from torture of fliea.
used with nulendid results aa a rliainf,M nnr m,! o.rmini
"""""a ' " ' ' trviinv)
.m k - fa.,
- -k1" a iw moments, ine
be thoroughly cleaned.
y - . . mr v
agents for the Territory of Hawaii.
You will find our slock
to be very complete and
of the beat quality. The
books are in three grades
at prices at from
25c to $3
Those desiring the
best books for the least
money will find what
they want at the
All the Desirable Shapes
for Gentlemen, also
Mm A . -
Lando's New Store,
Oregon Block, Hotel Street.
Tshene Mj MS.
P. O. Bot lit
Japanese Ballasting Co.
ISIS ftmtth ft., near King.
ifrliMl either earl
mmL fsrnlMir l a l a very
Urire stock on hand.
CONCRETE W1CK nuarani
Soae at a very low pnrr.
frosa II "
to $1.75 Pr cubic yard
lw price la
all grades from
M . : Ne
S. or rock
COMMON DMAY, .ve P day.
I. A ROB DRAT. SS-SS per
Csraer Bethel snd Hotel Sweets.
New Tcrri cry Restaurant
Mil U II
AprU 22nd, 1903.
Th nronintinn !
in a hne. broad ppray
aiectnc pprayer 10 at
I Furniture ! !
We are now prepared to dis
play oar new line t FURNI
TURE. The la tee stflSS, direct
from tbe Eastern fi'torlea.
Among- tbe many things are
BEAUTIFUL GENUINE MA
HOGANY PRESSORS AND
DRES3INO TABLES. These are
from a HIGH GRADE factory,
and are made of selected choice
Parlor Chairs 1
IN SOLID MAHOGANY.
GOLDEN OAK AND CATHt-
- i r ff
Morris Chairs 1
IN HOLID MAHOGANY.
GOLDEN OAK AND WEATH
The are only a fw of the
many things that we always
ke-r In stock. While we han
dle a full line of Fin-) Furniture,
we also keep a complete assort
ment of medium and cheap fur
niture, to suit a tbe trade.
"Furniture to please everybody"
s our motto.
Corner King and Bethel Sts.
Castle & Cooke
LIFE and FIRE
.KW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO
ATNA FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Am V. Wsovekin
Stock and Bond Broker
Roal Estate and la
Teamsters May be
. . . ..
union mtn Declare They Will
Prevent Coal and Ice From
CHICAGO. May 27-Ch:co's beef sup
ply from the stockyards has been almost
entirely cut off. and unless the conces
sions demanded by the strlklnjr teamsters
are granted within the next day or two
the city will be face to face with a meat
famine. Not only have the big packers
failed In every attempt to smuggle meat
out of the yards, but the wholesale and
retail butchers, who usually drive their
own wagons and take out loads of provi
sions, have been forbidden to do so in the
future. A number of them were today
allowed to carr away uluff that tht-y had
bought from the packers, but they w re
warned not to return for any more until
the trouble Is settled.
CHICAGO. May 28. If Ihe four irreat
packing concerns at the Union Stock
Yards do not yield to the demands of
the striking teamsters within a short
time It may result In a general stop
page of 40.000 employes at the yards.
Already several hundred persons have
qulti The situation Is becoming as in
volved that It apparently will be im
possible for the union men to remain
at work much longer without violating
Ihe rules of the Chicago Federation of
Labor, under which they hold char
ters. A strike among the beef butchers or
hog butchers or any other set of men.
upon whom hundreds of others are de
pendent, would cause a complete tie
up In every branch. This Is said to be
nut unlikely, because In many Instances
union men have been asked to do the
work of the btrikers, and have been
discharged upon refusing. Further
more, union men are forbidden to han
dle goods that have been prepared by
non-union labor, and It is said to be
neurly Impracticable for the men to
continue without doing this.
Conferences between several of the
firms and representatives of the union
A'ere held this aftrmxtn in an ffort to
adjust the trouble, put the packers re
fused to concede any of the demands
of the strikers, and the probability of
an early settlement seems as remote as
on i flrst dny of the tie-up.
Tonight 2"2j lxxmakers employed by
the Nutional Box Company's plant at
Thirty-eighth street and Center avenue
Mru k because they had been asked to
furnish boxes to the packers against
whom the teamsters are struggling.
Tin- American Kxpress ompany re-
'i,- d td iy to handle meat because of
the f-ar that Its drivers, who are inem
bers of the teamsters' union, would
strike If asked to haul meat.
Striking teamstera attempted today
to curlad the meat supply of down
town hotels and restaurants by sur
rounding drivers for Sw ift & Co. and
threatening them. Policemen, sent In
r - .. riot call, dlspers-il the
crowd, however, and soon were in full
Further xtens to extend the strike
Wl PS taken today when orders were
issued from the teamsters' headquar
ters that no oal should be delivered to
ihe concerns to refrigerate meat for
"ui.fair" butcher shops or packing
houses, ""his development promises the
most cemplelc tie-up of teaming deliv
eries ever experienced In Chicago.
Butchers who use meat delivered by
non-union drivers will lose their ice
and concerns that make their own ice
will Pe their coal.
CHICAGO, May 31 The teamsters'
strike today spread to the department
stoies. Eighty-nine men working for
the fair struck ami it is stated that
40t more men employed by other big
stores will be out by tontgnt. The ef-
- raid, would be to practical
ly shut off th delivery of gixds to cus
tomers and th- bringing of new stock.
The department store teamsters' union
was recently formed and s aUlllated
with the national organixution on the
same footing as the one at the yards.
Th men make the same demand as
the packers' teamsters for better hours,
higher .vages and recognition of the
union Police were called to suard the
Ja ..l K. SM.er. u.unagei of the es
tablishment, attempted to address the
t. a -ustcr! this morning. Their business
.i--r.t. bowevetr, told Mr. Kessner that
he would have to talk to the men's
agent and that he could not talk to
"I do not recognize you." said Mr.
At tbia the business agent blew the
whistle nd the teamsters to a man
lull wrk leaving large guards of
pW kets. how ever, to look sfter their ln-
LONDON, May 30. -The Hon Michael
Henry Herbert, who is nominally Secre
tary to the British Embassy at Pari, will
probably be the next British Embassador
to the United States in succession to the
lat Ird Pauncefete
Herbert's appointment will probably not
be announced until the remains "f Lord
Paur-cerote arrive In England The only
question In regard to Herbert's selection
Is lue approval of King Edward His
Majesty Is taking s keen persons! interest
tn the matter of Lord rauncefote a suc
cessor, but ha will not be asked officially
to t nfirm or disapprove the candidate of
the Foreign Office until the period of time
during walsh the Government pays re-
. to tSa IstS Lord Pauncef.-te hS
SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICET
Under and by virtue of a certain ex
ecution Issued out of the Circuit Court
of the First Circuit of the Territory
of Hawaii, on the 8th day of April.
A. D. 1902. In the matter or th Hono
lulu Stock Yards Company, Limited, a
corporation, plaintiff, va W. C. Achl,
defendant. I have, on this th day of
June. A. D. 1HI. levied upon and shall
expose for sale and sell at public au-
tlon to the highest bidders, at the Po
lice Station. Kalakaua Hale, in Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu. Territory of Ha
waii, at 12 o'clock noon of Tuesday.
ine nin aay or July. A. D. 1902, all the
right, title and interest of said de
fendant. W. C. Achl, In and to the fol
lowing described property, unless the
Judgment and costs of execution.
amounting to five hundred and flfty-
nine and 1-100 dollars, interest, costs
ana my expenses are previously paid:
1 AH that certain piece or parcel of
land situated at Kewalo. Honolulu,
t'anu. described In Royal Patent 5715.
Land Commission Award No. 10606 to
tvamaxee I'likol. conveyed to said W.
C Achi by deed of George N. Wilcox,
dated December 15th. A. D. 1899. and
recorded in the Registry Office in said
Honolulu, in Liber 200. Page 337. Sub
ject to the mortgage made by said W.
C. Achl to Charles M. Cooke. Ltd..
dated December 18. A. D. 1899. and re
corded In said Registry Office in Liber
204. Page 63.
2 All that certain piece or parcel of
land situated at Mokauea, Kalihl.
Kona. Oahu. known aa "Kalulanl
Tract," containing an area of l54Vs
acres, and being a part of the prem
ises described as Apana 2 of Land
ommission Award 6450. Roval
-.w io naunuonua for Moehonua. and
that being the same premises conveyed
to said W. C. Achi by Kapiolani Es
tate Limited, by deed dated October
3rd. A. D. 1S99. and recorded in said
registry office in Liber 200. Ptem lit
Subject to the mortgage made bv said
v. t.. Achi to W. H. Castle, dated:
October 4th. A. r. IRl nr.i r- I
I ' V V I it i I
in said Itcgiatr) Office in l.ihei- ic !
Page 373. and by said W. It. Castle to
Bank of Hawaii. LtdL. hv 'I cci,n n&avi t
of mortgage, dated October 5th. A I
1S99. and recorded in said l!,.tn-
I 'ffi. e in Liber is I ".1 fa V . 7
3 All those certain nieces: r.f ian,i
situated at Mokauea. HaHM 1.-
(,unu. conveyed to said W n am
deed of Kapiolani Kstate timit
dated February 5th. A. I. 1901. and re-
ln "aid K-Stry Office in Liber
Paf' 34f. now known as - Kapio
lani Tract." and more particularly de
scribed as follows:
1st Containing 163.2 acres, being a
part of Apana 1 of Land Commission
Award No. 6430 to Kaunuohua for Moe
honua. 2nd Loko of Pahounui and Kula. 26
acres of tish pond (Lok. ) and 10.7 acres
of dry land (Kula). being part of Apa
Tfr. Land Commission Award No
6450 to Kaunuohua for Moehonua.
3rd-The Loko of Pohouiki. contain
ing 18 8 acres, part of Apana 1 of Land
Commission Award 6450 to Kaunuohua
4th Portion of grant
ing 4.7 acres.
5th A ?...,- . . ...
- -- p w me nma or Anano
.10. containing 5.8 acres.
6th All that portion of the land con
" je u, aeea or Mary Auld
AU"1 rvapjnianj ln Lii,er
m. and containing
136 acres and 0.6
xv 7 V w '""-xgage made by said
.ch.' and w,fe- M;irv Achi, to
Sl-1.! . .
M....ni estate. Limited, dated Feb
,ua'J n. j. if. 1301. for 9300.000. and
recoruen in said Registry Office in Li
bet- 2-1. Page 29.
CHAS. F. CH I LL I NG WORTH.
Deputy Shenff. Ter. of Hawaii
61 S9 June 7. 16. 24. July 1. 8
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
on Saturday. July 5th. 1902. at 12
o clock noon, at the front entrance of
the Judiciary Building, will be sold at
Public Auction, the lease of a portion
n the land of Pouhala. lying along
the government road and opposite the
school house and Roman Catholic
church lots, in the district of Ewa
Oahu. containing an area of 2.70 acres
c little more or leas.
Terms: Five years.
Upset Rental: 141.00 per annum,
payable semi-annually ln advance.
For plan and further particulars, ap
ply at the Public Lands Office, Hono
lulu. EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Public Lands Office, June 4th, 1902.
Department of Public Works, .
Honolulu. June 6th, 1902.
Sealed tenders will be received at the
ffice of the Superintendent of Public
Works until Monday, June 16, 1902. 12
o'clock m.. for supplying the Depart
ment of Public Works with bricks, ce
ment, lime, coal, lumber, hardware.
lubricating and machine oils, paints,
powder and fuse, piping and fittings.
electric light supplies, harness, leath
er and findings, hay and grain of the
best quality, in quantities required
from time to time, for the term of six
months from July 1st to December 31,
Soeclficatlons to be had at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works.
Bonds will be required in such rea
sonable sum as may be determined by
the Superintendent of Public Works,
conditioned for furnishing such items
as are awarded In accordance with the
terms of the tender.
The Superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
JAS H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Publis Works.
ANT WOMAN OR CTRL NEF.DINi
erlp or advice, is isTittd to commu
nicate, either in possss er by letter,
with Ensijrn Huttie . larrab, ma
tron of the Salvatls Army War
Industrial Zsai dft Klsg street. Hs-
X. Jt Mmw mR
5 ALT OT RE At
F. J. LOWRET, Preaf
A. B. WOOD, Viee-Pr
J. A OILMAN, nn irilj
F. J. AMWEO. Auditsr.
CHAS. H. OILMAN.
MR. WILLIAM M. MOtW. SS
WITH GEAR, LANSINO OH,
NOW ASSOCIATED WTTS Tft
CALL AND GETJ01.
PRICES FOR LOIS
204 Judd BtnMra,
We carr)- a complete
interior, extei ior and cs.-ri -jgt
van ishes among whicfc is:
Jt 5 tand.- heat and
remarkably, make 1
ful interior finish,
elastic and never
Applied like ordinary varaeafc.'
Dries in four he lira.
Lewers & Mej
You can't expect b&R
starved hair bo Jgrtm.
Growth demands Foot
Feed your hair witb
Sold by all drnggiste
the Union Barber Shof .
Tel. Main 232.
1111 jTia.Ta.av33.-a. -A-tn
Opposite Im gin v-
'xt t i arntr Hotal a.nd
Suits Made to Order in m
Styles and a Geod Fit GaiutcdL
Ltet p.ittem and states ia
ClotbM Clmd UfJ BrMlrt
HoteJ St., Arliajtoa
.t u A A If 'titaao's 111
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