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THE PACIFIC CDMMERCIAD ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 23, iqoa.
f Hawaii is especially snpceutihe to in?ct peatf, mainly owing to climatic condi tions. Ia order to protect Flor culturistp, Horti'-u-'uis'fl a"d the like, w have im ported the most approved I nsect.cicks direct from the Eastern Manufacturers. liiostiot Is thoroughly reliable in. killing Worms, Lice, Bugs, Sow Bug?, etc Thrip '-Juice For Scale oa Trees and in conservatories. . Grape Dust For Mildew on Roses, Fruit, Mellons, Grapes, etc. Fir Tree Oi Lantana Grabbers A Perfect Success . during this hot weather by having your veran das and lanais shaded with our sew style . ' Porch 4 4 . 4 4 4 ' 4 4 4 4 4 Shades We have Just received another . large 6b.Ipn.eiit of them, and are - bow prepared to fill all orders. i 'They come In several colors, and are cheap and durable. Window Shades -iAil siies. on band and made to order. We have a first-class uphostery and repair department. Fine hand polishing a specialty. Linoleum and matting. Also a complete line of Furniture la all grades- To please our cus- X tomers Is our aim. ' ' i J. Hopp&Co. t rjEABING FURNITURE DEAXjBRS. V Comer King and Bethel Sts. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Castle & Cooke UkEITXD. , , . LIFE and FIRE liMrance Agents IffENTI TO IET7 ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO CHT BOSTON iSTHA FIRE INSURANCE 00, OJ JLAJtTTORD. :' ' Stock and Bond Broker. Real Estate and Insurance. 403 Judd Building- or For Green and Black Fly, Wool y Aphis, Red Spider, Mealy Bog, Brown and White tfcale Ant-, Caterpillar, Grabs, Lice, eta, etc. Pacific Hardvif are Co., Ltd- FORT AND MERCriAXT STREETS IIONOIiUID. M v : fTVEGLASSES lL SPECTACLES RIGHT JUST RIOIIT. We fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles and fit them Riht JUST RIUHT. We fit glasses to old eyes to give bttter vision and to preserve eyesight. We tit glasses to young eyes for the removal f eye strain and attendant evils. Frames Right, lenses Right, Treat ment Right, Prices Right. . L It Sanford, Manufacturing Optician, Boston Building-. Fort Street. Over May & Co. Castle & Cooke, Ltd, HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. -AGKNTS rOR The Ewa Plantation Co. Tie Walalua Agricultural Co.. hi. The Kohala Sugar Co. The Walmca Sugar Mill Co. The Fultoa Iron Works, L Laxu tto. : - The Standard Oil Co. The George ZT. blake Steam Pia, Weston's Centrifugal. The New England Mutual Lit la surance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire Iniuraaea Ce. Hartford. Conn. . The Alliance Awarance Ce. ! ! lorn. Will Make Your Clothes Look Like New IF TOU TAKE THEM TO TIM Cleaning and Dyeing Works Fort St.. Opposite Star Block. TeL White 2862. W. W. AHASA & CO. Merchant Tailors, 1038 Nuuanu Ave. All trades cf light goods for the season. White Duck, Light Woolens, etc You get latest styles, a good fit and the prices are right. iiu - , aoNOLULU LODGE No. B. F. j , wUl m In their new haU. on AUr and Beretanla itreett. eW rrlSay evenln. 8t order of the E. K. .-t.-, X. tvl1'rk",w j r M. BROOKS. E. R- If In Bad Humor DROP INTO THB1 HONOLULU BOWLING PARLORS and ebuc a tew Hgiua rtU tniBa at 4 TO MY CUSTOMERS: Realizing the. import ance of my optical depart ment, 1 have arranged .from now on to d vote my entire time arid attention to this branch of my busi ness alone. This will insure that accurate and eareful atten tion to every detail, which the corrteiioti of visual dejects require. With a practical ex perience of over ticelce years, in which tbne thou sands of cases, many fif a most complicated nature have been . fitted by mef this department comes be fore you as no new thing. Further, with a well equipped factory, wherein ; optical lenses of e very des cription are ground ac curately, together with the latest scientific fasifu ments in the testing de partment, I am enabled to guarantee absolutely satis factory results in every instance. The high repu tation which this depart ment has earned in the pant, will be fully fiiain tainei in V-e future. eigBespectfuthj FORT STREET. PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Fine A&sortuient of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. irst Class Work Guarantees iHomriDAPHia cn . t-IMtTBO. l MOTT-SMITH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Street. WingWoChanOo Ill; '4 "v w Ta Xheuy Fnrnitor. ClgSM and Tobaecoc. Calneje and Japaneaa Tcao, Crockery. Mattlnga, Vases. Campborwood Traaks. Rattan dtaira. :iLKS AND SATINS Cy JLLJ. KINDS. tl-m Nauaaa ttrt PORTUGUESE POLITICS Non-Partisan Club Organized and Officered. Is The "Portuguese Political C!ub of Honolulu" was organized last nisht by tbe adoption of a constitution and by laws, at San Antonio Hall. About fifty of the most progressive Portuguese cit izens of the city were present and all proceedings were conducted in the En glish language. J. M. Camara had the chair as acting chairman with J. B. Freitas as secretary. The meeting was a warm one In some respects owing to the antagonism of certain of the lead ers of opposing factions. Major Cama ra and J. M. Vivas Indulged In soma heated remarks throughout the evening and on two or three occasions the chairman went upon the floor to gire vent to his feelings which were return ed in kind by Mr. Vivas. There was a factional fight from start to finish, as the club is composed of Portuguese who had already affiliated with the Re publican and Democratic parties and each was desirous of obtaining the up per hand in the councils. The club Is Intended to bind the Portuguese voters into a solid phalanx so that they can affiliate with whichever party will ex tend to the Portuguese the greater ad vantages and give them some represen tation in the administration of public affairs. At the close of the meeting an elec tion cf officers was held which was also a hotly contested affair, the leader ship being contested for by Major Cam ara and M. A. Silva. resulting in the election of Caraara to the presidency. The full list of officers Is as follows: President, J. M. Camara; 1st vice president, M. A. Silva; 2nd vice presi dent, A. G. Correa, secretary.-Louis R. Medelros; treasurer, M. C. Pacheco; ex ecutive committee, Frank Andrade, M. 5 Furtado, J. F. Durao and Alfred C. Silva. . The latter body has power to appoint eight more members with au thority to canvas the Portuguese col ony with a view to bringing out all voters and eligible persons' to become citizens so that the club will become a strong political body. M..A. Gonsalves was defeated in the nncst fnr the trpasurprahtn ajid when nominated for a place on the executive' committee declined to' accept. Faying that- party IJnes were being drawn in the selection of officers. It was stated, however, that such was not the case, as party affiliations -were thrown aside by all who became members of the club. He finally consented to be put up as a candidate and was elected, when he Immediately resigned. The objects for which the club is or ganized is set forth in the constitution adopted last night, as follows: ".TVrijrobject3 of this organization shall b.e to obtains decentralization of the governmental power and to obtain legislation vesting the administration of public works, local laws and govern ment in officers to be elected by the voter of the various .localities and dis tricts' and who owing their official po sitions to the vote3 of the people shall thus be directly, responsible. t.o the peo ple. "To procure the naturalization of all Portuguese who are- now or shall here after become eligible to become Amer ican C'tizens and by thus increasing number of Portuguese' voters to enable our people to express and exert the in fluence in public affairs to which our numbers and interests entitle us. VTo procure a full and complete reg ifrtratioji and enrollment of all quali fied Portuguese voters at all elections. "And to procure a government of the people-, by the people and for the best interests, of the people in all our local affairs." Any .male Portuguese over eighteen years of age can become a member as it is desirous of educating; the young people to a knowledge of American pol itics sV.lhat when they become of legal age they can cast their ballots intelli gently. The club alf-o sets forth that "In order to obtain the best and most advantageous representation, the club shall, at a special or regular meeting, endorse, by a two thirds vote of all members enrolled, a candidate for th Territorial Legislature, who shall be placed and run on such ballot as the club shall designate and deem to the bst interests of the Portuguese voters in this Territory, without permanent party affiliation, provided such party shall place said candidate on their bal lot." Meeting are to be held every FridayJ r.lgni (luring me cH.iiipa.iKii OFFICIALS ARE CHOSEN. (Continued from Page 1) 3. Waiemea. Ji. II. Hrirtfeld. . 4. Ilk-hard Third. V. 1 1. Curtis. Vf.. Puunui, W. II. McCoimick. 6. Kikaha. A. Spillncr. Seventh race, one mile dash Trotting and pacing for named hor-f; Z0 cup. 1. .' Charlie, Ir. Monaarrat. 2. Walter 11.. Prince Cupid. 3. May Stewart, V. E. Bellina. 4. Madaline. Tom King. Jr. 5. Grandpa, Charles Hellina. C. Prince H., I. Livingston. . . 7. Hoc pa. It. Ilycroft. S. Dick, J. G. Schleif. Eighth race, three-quarter mile dash Mol.ie Connors to carry 123 pounds: purs.' 51 '50. 1. itosalba, Charles David. 2. Mollie Connors. R. Ballentlne. 3. Amarino. R. Ballentlne. Ninth race, one mile dash Trotting and pacing for horses named; cup. . 1. Violin. Prince Cupid. 2. W. H. Wood. Prince David. 3. Nettle H., J. W. Alien. 4. Edna G., D. II. Davis. 5. Los Angeles, W. H. DrurrimonU. Tenth race, cowboy race tSO; three milt relay. 1. Runaway Bi!!y. Dusky Baby. Lea nt. W. S. Rycroft. 2. Wela-Ka-Hao. Rag Tim, Warm Baby. W. C. Vida. 3. Tom, Diok. Harry. J"? Lett:Ih'.ia. 4. Jack. Jill. Mary. J. KL. Maun-xea. ALOHA. BRANCH . THEOSOPHICAL SOCIETt. OFFICIAL NOTICE. At the regular annual meeting of Alo ha Branch T. S., last March, t .e follow ing officers were unanimously elected for the present year by 17 votes: A. llarques, president; S. I. Shaw, vice president (since resigned through gross Insult by A. Fullerton): S. W. Shaw, secretary; V. Dix, treasurer; L. D. Merry, librarian, while Mrs. M. D. Hen dricks and Mrs. A. Rowe, who style themselves president and secretary of the same Aloha Branch, were elected on their side by a fraction of five vot ers only. The alleged cancellation of Aloha charter by A. Fullerton, June 23, at the request of the minority only. Is an illegal act which Is null and void. Moreover, by resolution of Aloha Eranch, dated April 23. Alexander Ful lerton, general secretary American sec tion. T. S., has ceased to be recognised in that capacity by the ' said Aloha Branch, and all intercourse of the braach with him has been suspended until he fully apologizes: (a) for his ungentlemanly and untheosophlcal con duct in wantonly insulting five mem bers thereof; '(b) for bis undue favor itism and pandering to the minority faction; and now for his gross partial ity against Mr. Marques, who, on Jan uary 7th last, was unjustly and Illegally expelled, on false , aad . trumped up charges, by Mrs. Hendricks and her four followers (to-wit: Mrs. A. Rowe, the two Misses Rice, music teachers, and J. Rice, their father), in the ab sence of all the other members, cow ardly advantage being moreover taken of Mr. Marques' own absence through sickness, so as to prevent him having any lawful trial and any chance to de fend and Justify himself, although he had written for a postponement of the meeting in order to be able to attend. Such Is what certain people call Jus tice, Theosophy and Brotherhood. For tunately, the whole matter Is still on' appeal before Colonel Olcott, president founder T. 8. By order of meeting of July 17, i8. W. SHAW, Secretary-Elect Aloha Branch T. S. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION OF FORECLOSURE AND OF SALS. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT pursuant to the power of sale contain ed in that certain mortgage dated May Uth, 1901, made by Grace A. Brown, wife of James Brown of Honolulu, Isl and of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, as mortgagor, of the first part, the said James Brown of the second part and John M. Dowsett, Trustee, as mortga gee of the third part, and recorded in the Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances In liber 221 on pages 388-382, the mort gagee Intends te foreclose the said mortgage for condition broken, to wit. the non-payment of Interest when due. Netiee Is likewise given that the property conveyed by the said mort gage will be sold at public auction at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan. Queen street, Honolulu, on Saturday, the 2th day ef July, 1SW2. at twelve o'clock noon. The property covered by said mort gage consists of: (1) All that lot, 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 to Grace A. Dodd. (2) All that lot, piece or parcel of land containing an area of 7140 square feet situate on Young street. Kulaoka hua, Honolulu, and comprising ail the land mentioned and described In Royal Patent (Graat) 3573, issued to Grace A. DodA. Together with all the rights, ease ments, privileges and appurtenances thereunte belonging. J. M. DOTT SETT, Trustee, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash, United States gold celn; deeds at expense of purchaser. For further particular nnly to Helmes aai Stealey, attorneys for mortgagee. ' Dated Honolulu, Julr 2nd, 1902. . 6211 23S - MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN . TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT by virtue of the power of sale contain ed In that certain mortgage made by Betucla, of Honolulu. Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, to Wm. L. Peterson, of said Honolulu, dated February 26. 1897, re corded In the Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances in Liber 1S5, pages 485 and 48. . the mortgagee of said mortgage Intends t foreclose said mortgage for breach of condition tn said mortgage contained, to wit.: Tbe non-payment of principal and Interest. Notice is also hereby given that all and singular the lands, tenements and hereditaments described In said mort gage will be sold at Public Auction at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, on Queen street. In said Honolulu, on Saturday, the 2nd day of August, A. D. li02. at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered by said mort gage Is all of, that parcel or tract of land situate at Makaalae, Hana, Maul, being a portion of the land described In Royal Patent (Grant) 2622. more partic ularly described in. deed of Kanaloa to Betusla, recorded in said Kegistr in Liber 7S. page 433. Terms: Cash. Deed at expense of purchaser. WM. L. PETERSON. ' Mortgagee. Dated Honolulu. June 26th, 1302. C218 HAWAIIAN AiItH ULTUUAL C03UNV SPECIAL MEETING. a .spprI. MRCTINO ' O? THE shareholders of the Hawaiian Agricul tural Company is cane, to oe nem at the office of C. Brewer & Company, Limited, in Honolulu, on Friday, July 25th, 1902. at 10 o'clock a. m., for the purpose of considering amending the charter of the company. 19. V. BISHOP, . - - " . Secretary. Dated Honolulu. July 18th. 1902. 6224 NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEKTINO. KOHAIA LAND CO.. LTD. A MEETING OF THE STOCK holders of the Kohala Iand Company. Limited, has h-n called by ordr cf the Board of Directors to meet Mon day, July 13. 1902. at 9 o'clock a. m., at the company's office, being the law of fice of W. R. Castle, Merchant rtrret. Honolulu, to 'consider the Increase of the capital stock. r'TTA? It ATirKTLTON'. . t-"i. T J r-. T t A 1 622S Auction Sale or Valuable Property ON Liliha Street ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, AT 13 O'CLOCK NOON, That desirable lot of land stftoated en Kwa side of Lillha street snakaf if Wyllie street, and alftout eppeedta tbe rHee of Mr. J.'TL Gait, barts a tsaataee en Lillha street cf abo-at ttt feel and f ntaintnc 'an area ef about 9L areea. . Rapid Transit cars pas ths Us. For further particulars and terns and conditions of sale, enquire ef JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCnONEBIt Ruction Safe OF Valuable Property IN Nuuanu Valley ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, That desirable block' of land on Nau ann avenue immediately makal and adjoining the premises of Mr. H. Schultae. This lot has a frontage- of about 354 feet on Nuuanu avenue, a depth on mauka side of about KJ feet, and n makal side of about 6S4 feet, and on rear boundary (through which tbe stream flows) about 338 feet. Total area is about VA acres. For further particulars and term and conditions of sale, inquire of JAS. F. MORGAN, AUCTIONEER. RICH LAND IN-', Central Kona FOR SALE tw order of REINNE RODANET, Trustee. I offer for sale those certain parcels of land situate at Onoull. Boutb Kena, Island of Hawaii, described In nnva.1 Patent Grant! No. 1162 to V. O. Sehulse, and containing 17 acres. Roy al Patent (Grant) No. 2SC2 to Awabua aad containing 739 75-100 acres, situate at Keopuka and Onoull, Islana or ia wall. Ttvtm in a' tract of land of over III acres, situated In the most fertile and richest portion of the Island of HawalL It faces the new Government road, ex tends to the sea, and is five mlauter 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 tnai it about midway between Kailua in'i Hoobena, end five miles from Napoo poo, three most important ports of the k-fin.i rtlntrtet. It has sufflcliht eleva tion, running up to fouite-n hundrel feet, to be particularly neaimrui. ana it soil la well adapted to the grow t a of sugar cane, cxnTee. fruits, dairying. or for tbe promotion or civersijeo farming. . i Di-runnts of this land have eay ac cess to several ports for export, ani with the advent it the Kona jinuroaa will , find themselves ia .elose commu-nl-ation with the tbrivir.g City. of Ilile. This, of couse, affords a splendid op portunity for the exporting or lario products to the California markets. With the revival of the Kona Bugar Co., considerable portions of this land csn be successfully planted to sugar pvt. la Ana .f tU imiat snlendtd OD- portunltles for a good investment that h.i keen nut udoii the market for a considerable period of time. Further particulars of JAMES F MORGAN. 63 QUEEN STREET. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS XL J. NOLTE. Proprietor. Tort Btreet. Opposite Wilder Ce. nnsT-CLAsa LUNCHES iRERVrU With Tea, Coffee. Soda Water, Omctr Ale e-r Milk. Oaa from Ta m. to 1 P m ' boakars' Requisite a Bpealalty. 1 1 our tenpla.