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fTKfi PACIFIC COM M liKCI A L ADVfcKllSKK. HOnoi.ih U JULY 190a. To Let ISHOUIS-OF SPECIAL 5ALE OF II. li RICH LAND IN Central K ona FOR SALE Br order C RBINNE RODANET. Trustee I offer for sale those certain parcels of land situate at Onoull. South Koaa. Island of Hawaii, described In Royal Patent (Grant) No. 1162 to F. O. Schutee, and containing 174 acres. Roy al Patent (Grants No. 2864 to Awahua and containing TM 75-100 acres, situate at Keopuka and Onoull, Island of Ha wail. This Is a tract of land of over 913 acres, situated In the most fertile and richest portion of the Island of Hawaii. It faces the new Government road, ex tends to the sea, and is five minutes' walk from Kealakekua Bay, by way of the old Government road which runs through the property. Portions of the land are already under cultivation. This tract is so situated that it Is about midway between Kailua and Hookena. and five miles from Napoo po, three most Important ports of the Kna district. It has sufficient eleva tloa, runniae up to fourteen hundred feet, to be particularly healthful, and Its soil is well adapted to the growth of sugar cane, coffee, fruits, dairying. or for the promotion of diversified ' farming". Occupants ef this land have easy ac cess to several ports for export, and with the advent of the Kona Railroad will find themselves in close commu nication with the thriving City of Hilo. This, of couse, affords a splendid op portunity for the exporting of farm products to the California markets. With the revival of the Kona Sugar Co., considerable portions of this land ca be successfully planted to sugar cane. This Is owe of the most splendid op portunities for a good Investment that has been put upon the market for a considerable period of time. Further particulars of s JaMES F MOtf, 7 5 QUEEN STREET. MO RTGAG SITS NOTICE OF INTEN TION OF FORECLOSURE AND OF 3ALB. NOTTCTB 13 HHRflDT GIVEN THAT pursuant to the power of sale contain ed in that certain mortgage dated May 11th, 1M1, made by Grace A. Brown, wife of James Brown of Honolulu, Isl and of Oahn. Territory of Hawaii, as mortgagor, of th first part, the said James Browa of the second part and John M. Dowsett, Trustee, as mortga gee of. the third part, and recorded in the Hawaii a Registry of Conveyances in liber 311 oa pages 280-382, the mort gagse Intends to foreelose the said mortgage for condition broken, to wit, the non-payment of interest when due. Notice is likewise given that the property conveyed by the said mort gge will be sold at public auction at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday, the 2th day of July, 1902, at twelve o'clock noon. The property csvered by said mort gage consists ef: (1) All that let, piece or parcel of land containing an area of 7345 square feet situate on Young street at Kulao kahua, Honolulu, and comprising all the land mentioned and described in Royal Patent (Grant) 3454, issued t Grace A. Dodd. . (2) All that 1st, piece or parcel ef land containing an area of 7140 square feet situate on Toung street, Kulaoka- hua, Honolulu, and comprising all the land mentioned and described in Royal Patent (Oraat) 357$, issued to Grace A. JJodd. Together with all the rights, ease ments, privileges and appurtenances thereunto belonging. J. !. DOWSETT. Trustee, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash, United States geld coin; deeds at expense of purchaser. ITor farther particulars apply to Ifoimes sal Stanley, attorneys for mvrtgagae. Dated Hsastala. July 2nd, 1902. mt 2S9S KILAUEl VOLCANO HOUSE tOMPANV, LTD. NOTICB OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING. BY ORDER OF JOHN ENA, VICE President of the Kllauea Volcano I!use Company, Limited, I hereby give notice that there will be a special meeting of the stockholders of the said Kllauea Volcano House Company, Lim ited, at the office of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Company, in Hono lulu, Territory of Hawaii, at 10 o'clock a. m. on Monday. July 14, 1902. ' The business to be considered will be the consideration of reports, election of officers and such other business oa may be laid before the meeting. T. YV". HOBRON, Secretary, Kllauea Volcano House Company, Limited. Honolulu, June 30, 2903: 6209 DIVIDEND NOTICE. CALIFORNIA SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANY, corner California and Montgomery streets. For the six months ending: June 30, 1302. -dividends have been declared on deposits' in the saving department of this company as follows: On term deposits at the rate of 3 S-18 per cent per annum, and on ordinary deposits at the rata of 3 per cent per annum, free of taxe and pay able on and after Tuesday, July 1, 1902. Dividends uncalled for are added to the principal after July 1. 1902. J. DALZELL BROWN, CS4 Manager. QUARTERLY MEETING. C. BREWHR Sc COMPANY" LTD. NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT the regular Quarterly meeting of the stockholders of C. Brewer & Company, Limited, will be held at the office of the company In Honolulu, on Saturday, July 12th. 198. at II o'clock a. ra. Dated Hsaolala. July 5th. 1903. B. F. BISHOP, 6212 Secretary. BOOKS CLOSED. HONOMU SUGAR CO. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT tu stockbooks of the above company "will be closed to transfers from Satur day, the 12t. to Tuesday, the 15th Inst., inclusive. OBO. II. ROBERTSON. 21 Treasurer. i aooq The following desirable properties upon moderate terms: 1 3 brand new and modern cottages on Beretanla street west of Piikol street. 2 Cottage on Kukul Hill, near the corner of Beretanla and Nuuanu Sts. 3 Cottage on South street near Queen street. 4 3 Cottages on Chamberlain street near Queen street. 5 Store in Orpheum block on Fort street. 6r-Land of the area of one acre, sit uated on the corner of South and Hale kauila streets, and suitable for storage purposes, or for a building site for warehouses or factory. 7 Building site at Kamoiliili. front ing on proposed extension of Rapid Transit to Kaimuki, area one acre. 8 Three building lots on Kaaihee av enue and apposite the Experimental Station at Makiki. 9 Taro land at Manoa and Pauoa. 10 Rice land at Aiea, Ewa. Also other lands suitable for agricul tural and other purposes in different parts of this island. Apply to Kapiolani Estate, Ltd Auction Sale OF Valuable Property -ON Liliha Street ONf SATURDAY, AUGUST 2 AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, That desirable lot of land situated on Ewa side of Liliha street makai of Wyllie street, and a.bout opposite the residence of Mr. J. K. Gait, having a frontage on Liliha street of about 200 feet and containing an area- of about 9V6 arcea. Rapid Transit cars pass the land. For further particulars and terms and conditions of sale, enquire of JAS. F. M0EGAN. AUCTIONEER. taction 2saie -09 Valuable Property -IN Nuuanu Valley OK SATURDAY, AUGUST 2' . AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, That desirable block of land on Nuu anu avenue immediately makai and adjoining the premises of Mr. H. Schultze. This lot has a frontage of about 354 feet on Nuuanu avenue, a depth on mauka side of about 553 feet, and on makai side of about 534 feet, and on rear boundary (through which the stream flows) about 336 feet. Total area is about acres. For further particulars and terms and conditions of sale, inquire of Jab. F. AIOHGAK, AUCTIONEER. SHAVER LUHCH ROOMS L J. NOITJB, Proprietor. 5-1 Street, Opposite WiWer A Co. U.kT-OLAS3 LUNCHES SERV-EiD, With aea, Ovfie. Socio. Water, UUigpr Ale or Milk. froas 7 a. ra. to 10 p. m. i'vksrs' Requisites Specialty. CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH A UA far CHICHIvSTEIfS KNGLISli Vi 1 VED U4 Uol.l ntllla t. .1.1 t SW Jv,,h '" ribbon. Ttke no tber. K-fc Tn rJ Ineron Substitution and Iran. ! f ji cm jv.ir iru(i,l. or wa . ir IS liiu.ur....;. c i , . . KILL THE SNAKE (Continued from Page 1.) Kaulia's famous phrase, "Kill the Snake!" which was applied to the Re publicans, and more especially thef ha oles in the first Territorial campaign, was turned back last night upon the men who had sanctioned the use of the phrase. Almost every speaker shouted "Kill the Snake! Kill the Snake!" while referring to Wilcox and Kalauokalani. and other like epithets were used to express their feeling3 toward the men. Prince Cupid rose supremely to the occasion. He listened quietly to the fiery denunciations of Wilcox and Ka lauokalani and when at last he was called upon to speak he cautioned his followers against taking action hastily. He advised patience and fair play. He did not wish to see his people dis united, but he felt keenly the position in which he had been placed by th. men who after shaking hands with him had deliberately broken faith, not only with him but with all the Hawa iian people, and although he said he did not care for the honor of.beiig sent to Washington as the Delegate from Hawaii, yet he said he could not again train with Wilcox and Kalauokalani. This left it open to his followers to express their true sentiments by vot ing in favor of the resolution calling for the appointment of tne committee, which will probably by Monday night have formed a new party. THE PROCEEDINGS IN DETAIL. The meeting was called to order at 8 o'clock by J. H. Nakookoo, who had Is sued the call for the gathering. Prinr'! Cupid's entry into the hall about this time called for three loud cheer3 and a tiger, while Wilcox's entry about the same time was unheralded and he took a seat near a window in an adjuiiing room without hardly so much as the clasp of a hand. Among thosa present were: J. K. Nakookoo, John Emme luth. Bipikane, Carlos Long, Shanks Mossman, John Baker, Sol Meheula, S. K. Kaloa, John llarkham. . Emil T. Dreier, Senator David Kanuha, J. M. Poepoe, George L. Desha. John Wise. Palau, Ewaliko, Archie Mahaule. Da vid Kupihea, Colonel W. H. Cornwell. George Kaia, Piianaia. John Bowler, "Nolte" Kreuger, John Wise, Joe Clark, Moses Kaaikaula and C. Andrews. IMianaia was appointed chairman and Nakookoo secretary. The chairman an nounced that on Thursday all' were Home Rulers and last night they were apart from the original body and were to de termine what platform they would stand upon. John Wise then announced the reason the meeting was being hold and summarized the obiecta for tv-hioh .... hoped it would stand. "Yesterday we Home . Rulers were all fired out of the party. e are going to try to work to gether for the benefit of our country. we are now trying to amend the new constitution to rcnlare th nlfl nnr-. w oia not quit the party because we were aown on them or because they did not aree , un us on the new constitution. We stayed here In this ViaM th rtiic night from eicht the constitution. We also had a metine- the niffht after with Wiw.v- o .i t.-i,. okalani so as to arrive at a better under standing with them. Hut after that meeting Wilcox and Kalauokalani tried to steal cur rierhts and eh.mtro fVi piiiui.ii.fi. ioin tne o d .in in ...,.! ... .. .. stitution will be in the Aloha Aina to- fnurrow. tiee- Which in riu-tit ol ;.,k - -n -' m,. t" li Ii 11 is wrong of the two. t'rince Cnmd now haa pocket written to I.ait. i-.io,.i,i speaking in bad terms of the Prince and ffis Kang. mat letter shows what kind of men Wilcox and Kalauokalani are. They sent that letter in. T.oi Prince Cur-id. Kalauokalani has no more .ib.iL . ruie tne party. The young people now are Irvine- to ,v.., which the old men and the false leaders ',ar?y wrought upon it in the last campaign. 'Now hh to Prince fimii he care for n,,iit;,,r,i i , money. He has both. He is only put ting himself into thin . people along all he can. It is not for the , . the honor and monev. If vou think the Prince hna , can all walk home and ro back to the other side (Cries of 'No' No'') f 'r m so"-y that we broke away from the Home Rule Dartv for t r- we were going forward to sure victory, hut now I think w. , 11 with men like them (Wi nLTtZi do? eW don't want to with men like them (Wilcox and Kalauo- deserve to win. are we eoine to - . v. jvui lilt; fvpUULl v.auW we nave abused them: we fion t want to join the Democrats for we have abused them; neither do we want to join the Home Rulers because thev fl?ht us. If the Republicans put in good men let us vote the pood men and the same with Democrats and Home Riders. xut if the Home Rulers put up men like Kalauokalani and Markham, don't vote for them. We must get to cvther and build a platform, little by little; "For myself I will never return to the ITorre Rulers until they fire Kalauokalani o':t and take up with our constitution. As for George Markham. he Is a hloodv Pr.ke." (Bioikane shouted "kill the Pn ke.") "Kalauokalani and his gang broke their premises rigrht in this room nnd s!so broke their oath at the Or nh"i:m. What's the us of stavino- -ifVi such men?" (Cries of "None! MoneVI i . I' ses Kaaikaula made a denunclatory speef h cp-ainst the delegate and the lead er. "I am ore who a In rnw W'lcox and KslaTiokalani kicked out," he ber-m and there was tremendous applause. Tho, other evening they made the bi-e.-st error that ever was committed when they asked the prince to forgive Ihrr" and shook hands with black haorto r!ai,se). What will the people th?nk ff them? I will tell them what they hrve done. They have been throwing '-rt Into the people's eyes. I don't care '? H.th are in this house now, for I will ''1 thm to their faces that they are not T-"n. but are low-lived liars and God ""'fr forgives such men." T-!Jiko of Hilo made a hit When he "Vd be would prevent the oeoole of his tHct from listenintr to XVIlcox n,1 t'iKuokalani if they came around there o trrt votes. "My people have sent me b-r." he beeran. "so that I could see "t was polne on. but if this is the wav Tvr'cox "d Kalarioka'ani are golm? to - .tr op tb'n?-s with lfes and everything rlT. X will p-o bck and tell mv people v. o-rpn ar. pot the riTht kind of men o fl!oW Pfl they will never get our 't-s. 4 t3i,,p. jsf jyyp. tT yon that - b dlstr'cts of Hsmaku nnr? Pun "'"" Is no rnnn so well beloved as Prtre ' '"1. (Anp'anse). If Wilcor anrl Ka-!?'"-V2lanl cn enme to these n!otrtt To mr.t.o speeches I will te'I vr.y people pot Foreign Notwithstanding the excellence of American printed and washable dress good, as stated in our re cent advertisement of an "American Sa:-." we still have to go to Europe for certain fine fabrics, such u Embroidered Ettimines and Swisses, which are worked out in exquisite designs and color combination and largely take the place of silks for summer and evening wear. This week we offer One Hundred Dress Patterns, no two alike, of these fashionable goods, at Special sale. The reduction is liberal, as shown by prices noted: $18.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to I13.M $16. w Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to $15.00 Embroidered Ettemines .tnd Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduce! to ;. $12.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to .fj $10.00 Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to s.r $ S.Oo Embroidered Ettemines and Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to 5-WJ $ 6.00 Embroidered Ettemines ind Swiss Dress Patterns, Reduced to j.CO THIS SALE WILL CLOSE SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 12 to listen to them. I will be there to speak for the prince and I wiil carry the day too. Wilcox and Kalauokalani will bow down and kneel before the prince. (Applause.) I have watched the princo and l-hpve found he is a true, honest man, capable of being our leader and I think the people will conquer through him." John Emmeluth wanted to go slowly. He said the situation in the community was one that merited the faithfulness of every patriotic citizen.- They did not want to be carried away" on the spur cf the moment in the desire to show their loyalty to the prince. His opinion was that it would be safer to work out the things already begun in the party than to swap horses in the middle of the stream. He was for peace but not for peace at any price. He had watched the course of Cupid during the time he had become connected with the Home Rlers i and shared the sentiments of everyone. I He is a Prince, every inch of him from the soles of his feet to the crown of his head." (Applause). He is as fine, a young man as there is Is in the Territory and when the time comes for the Home Rule party to split finally, end when it comes to the time when we must rebel, then I say I am with him." (Applause). Emme luth was yet for conciliation and believed that the split could best be remedied by that meanK. He was In favor of appoint ing a committee to meet the Delegate and Kalauokalani and lay before them the sense of the meeting a to the com promise. That being done he thoueht the rights of the people would be safer. Emmeluth then turned on his spleen against Governor Dole, as usual and raised his two-thirds- majority scheme. "We hav got to look forward to a battle royal with special privilege, with S. Ii. unie at the head. Nothing: less than a two-thiids majority in both houses will Rive us a smell of municipal and county government. I have been preachinp unity with all parties. Why has there not beei unity with us. Simply because one man wants the whole cheese. let us siay .with the party by yielding, con cessions. Whatever comes, we must hav that two-thirds majority in both houses." J. K. Nnkookoo made a humorous rcf ence to the snake of the former cam paign. "Kaulia is dead ('Kill the Snake!' came from the back of the hall). I have discovered two things since I have been with the Home Kule party. There were the snakes in the other party, and still we have a snake In the Home Rule party now. That snake, is Kalauokalani. I am here to let the people know that I am done with Kalauokalani and his crowd. That is the only reason why I quit them because they wanted to hold the snake In their hands. Who is this snake? Ka lauokalani, and Wilcox is also a snake. I would not stay with the snake any longer for it might bite me. When I came to nnd out that I was in the coil of a snake I thought It was about time to get out. What about the Municipal and County bills which Kalauokalani said he was go ing to pass? He only fooled his time away! Neither of them are the kind of leaders we want to follow." (Cries of 'Kill the Snake! Kill the Snake). Every- (Continued on Page 3). "I Roughed It" Many of us ha ve to work bard all day long. We cannot care for ourselves as we would. No wonder our blood gets ont of order, becomes thin and impure. This produces boils, eruptions, nervous ness, indigestion, and great weakness. (a We have tb's rhofsyrsph and letter from Mr. John lizi'r, of W'.ig'a Vagga, New South V.'..ls. r.ciii c-'irefuiiy what he says : "I hare r:.:;.!v d it a great deal, mining, rkinr it : :inii.. cxjkwi! to the heat, and have o.'.'cn had i:rr food. My blood fre quently l-e.-nrjv.' , i:.;T irn and I have eruptions, boils. ad brr.:vo generally run down. 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Tbr-y are n:rr.or to all ot ers and are put np in one p -uml tins Tor iha picnick r aad camper a few that you would rs.irh are: Epicurean CJjicken Sausajze Deviled llm Pork and Beano Salmon Lunch Tongues Veil L -af Packed by IT. Levy & CV., San Francisco Amerlcae Flags ALL SIZES! ALL PRICES! Xrcrybody shoali desoran on CC. Fukuroda, BV:nEen Blck, Phone Whit 14 v ff d o A ' Si a .1 And 5t?II They Are Coming CARLOAD AFTER CARLOAD of the Celebrated iitaser-BuSCu rcolB Association Pale AND PicnSco Campero Epicurean P che Apric t 4( fctrAbcrritf-1 T;t mi If 8 4 0nUT3 4 J. obiter Etc. Afck your p rtctr for them th Fourth. p-.-cia! jri n Seer .1 11 1 -"1 f '