THE PACIFTO COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 28, igoa.
Hawaii is especially susceptib'e to inject pests, mainly owing to climatic condi
tions. In order to protect Floncultoriste, .Horti;u'tU'is'8 and the like, - we have im
ported the most approved Insecticides direct from the Eastern Manufacturers. " - , ,
Is thoroughly reliable in killing Worms, Lice,
Thrlp Juice ; ;
' . For Scale on Trees and in conservatories. I
For Mildew on Roses, Fruit, Mellons, Qrapes, etc.
Fir Tree il
.A Perfect Success
! v. :
during this hot
-weather by having your veran
das and lanais shaded with our
We have Just received another
X large shipment of them, and are
now prepared to fill all orders.
J They come in Beveral. colors, and
are cheap and durable.
All sizes, on hand' and made to
We have a first-class uphostery
and repair department.
Fine hand polishing a specialty.
Linoleum and matting. Also a
complete line of
In all grades. To please our cus
tomers Is our aim.
! J. riopp&Co. ;
f LEADING FURNITURB 4
Corner Kinsr and Bethel Sts.
Castle & Gooke
LIFE and FIRE
IBW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO
4STNA FIRE INSURANCE CO,
JLm D. JLoveMs
8tock and Bond Broker.
Real Estate and Insurance.
403 JudS BuihKig.
For Green and Black Fly, Wooly Aphis, Red Spider, Mealy Bug, Brown
and White Scale Act-, Caterpillar, Grubs, Lice, etc., etc.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
FORT AND MERCHANT 8THKETS
RIGHT JUST RIGHT.
We fit Eyeglasses and Spectacles and
fit them Right JUST RIGHT. We fit
glasses to old eyes to give better vision
and to preserve eyesight. We fit glasses
to young eyes for the removal of eye
strain and attendant evils.
Frames Right. Lenses Right, Treat
ment Right, Prices Right.
Boston Building, Fort Street.
Over May & Co.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
The Ew Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., t4.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Waimea 8ugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Work, 84. Ln
The Standard Oil Co.
The George F. falake Steam rmy.
The New England Mutual Lite la
urance Co. of. Boston.
The Aetna Fire Insurance C.
The Alliance Assurance ue. ei
Will Make Your Clothes
Look Like New
IF YOU TAKE THEM TO THE
Cleaning and Dyeing Works
Fort St., Opposite Star Bloek.
Tel. White 2362.
W. W. AHAHA & CO.
1038 Nuuanu Ave.
All grades of light
goods for the season.
White Duck, Light
You get latest styles,
a good fit and the
prices are right.
aONOL.UL.TJ LODGE No. 1. B. P.
j ,, win met in their new ball, on
MLiUer and Beretania streets, every
By order of the E. R.
D. I CONKUKG, Secretary.
F. M. BROOKS. E. R.
If in Bad Humor
DROP INTO THE
and ehuck a few lignum vitas balls at
Bugs, Sow Bugs, etc.
' " '
TO MY CUSTOMERS:
Realizing the import
ance of my optical depart
ment, 1 have nr ranged
from now on to devote my
entire time and attention
to. this branch of my busi
This will insure that
accurate and careful atten
tion to every detail, which
tlie correction of visual
.- With a practical ex
perience or over twelve
years, in which time thou
sands of cases, many of a
most complicated nature
have" been "fitted by me,
this depifiment coiites be
fore you as no new thing.
Further, with a well
equipped factory, wherein
optical lenses of trery des'
cription are ground ac
curately, together with the
latest scientific instru
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
past, will be fully main
tained in th e future.
Very Respectfully X
Fine Assortment of ISLAND
VIEWS. Send for list.
-Irst Class Work Guaranteed
.... V v
Corner Fort and Hotel 0tret.
I f. II
. Cljrara and Tobaceoa,
Caineae and Japan Tui,
Taes, Camphorw0Of Trmaka
SILKS AND SATINS
Cm BUI KXND8.
. tl-XIJ Kivut E&Ml
Dewey Grater Said
to Be Smoking
IIILO. Ju'Jy 25. The Herald says:
Guests at the Volcano House last Sat
urday noticed smoke arising- on Mauna
Loa in the vicinity f the outbreak of
1S99. It will be remembered that
Weather Observer Lyons predicted that
there would be "something doing" on
Mauna Loa about July 4. It is possible
that the Dewey crater has opened up
and may be slightly active. -LITTLE
SATS. STAMP TAX IS VOID.
Judge Little has handed down an
opinion declaring the Territorial stamp
tax to be unconstitutional and void.
The case in question waa where an at
torney asked the court to compel de
fendant to place stamps upon a cer
tain deed. Judge Little denied the mo
tion and goes Into the discussion elab
orately, wandering back in his search
to the time of Lycurgus English com
mon law, etc.
The marriage of C. A. Stobie and
Eliza McCarroll Reid was solemnized
last , Saturday evening at the home of
Dr. It. H. Reid by Rev. G." D. Pearson.
After the impressive ceremony and
congratulations, the guests were served
with a delightful supper, which con
cluded, the party drove to the home of
J. T. Moir at Papaikou, where tiiey
have been guests for a week.
The bride was beautifully attired in
a gown of crepe de chine over . tan
silk, and wore but one ornament, a
brilliant star studded with diamonds,
the gift of the groom.
VALUABLE DOG DEAD.
The magnificent Great Dane dog, the
property of Miss Elsa Grubb, superin
tendent of the Hilo Hospital, died of
acute glanders on July 18. The dig
was of blooded stock and was valu
able. His pedigree was a long on?.
He was by Prince L., winner of third
prize, out of Belle II, she by Hector
imp.) out of Belle I (first prize 1S92),
she by imported Malock, out of Queen,
she by Marco, out of Nellie. The last
two' were owned by Porter Asche and
A. B. Spreckel3, respectively. Rover
was whelped in San Francisco. January
16, 1896. A sister of Belle II took first
prize and special prize at the San
Francisco dog show in 1S9S. Miss Grubb
recently refused an offer of JSOO for the
r BRIEF NOTES.
The Tribune is still pushing the can
didacy of Judge Little as a Delegate. to
Congress. nu.i - i
PoUc)? at Honomu have been making
ivhuJesale raids of Japanese and Chi
nese stores, suspected of illicit trading.
Much saki was found and at-one Chi
nese store over 100 pounds of opium
The Foresters of Hilo have rented
the second story of the Richards and
Schoen building and will move- into
their new quarters . the first of the
Company D has returned from camp
vt Cocoanut Island, having had a good
time while It lasted. :
WORLD TOO MUCH
The games played on Saturday be
tween teams representing Scotland and
the World resulted in a win for the
World by 2 wickets and 9 runs.
Scotland First Innings:
A. W. T. Bottomley c. Miles b. Von
R. Anderson, run out
D. W. Anderson L. B. W. b. Mors
J. Anderson b. Harvey
J. C. McGill L. B. W. b- Morse
D. Glass b. Harvey
J. Lu Cockburn b. Harvey
II. Glass b. Morse
M. R. Jamieson. run out
Guild b. Harvey
J. FIddes, not out .... .. .J." ......
jrpe io overs, 0 maidens, 33 runs, S
wickets; average 11.00.-
Harvey 5.3 overs. 1 maiden, 12 runs,
4 wickets; 3.00 average.
Von der Heyde ".0 overs. 1 maiden,
21 runs, 1 wicket: 21.00 average.
The Workl First Innings:
S. i;iardmore, not out ;
A. T. Miles b. Cockburn . ..' .. ..
. p.' Morse c. R. Anderson b. Cock
Irish c. and b. McGill
K. A. Jordan b. J. Anderson
Mcr.iil b. J. Anderson.
Morse b. McGill V
C. Von der Heyde. run out ...j 0
S. It. Jordan b. McGill 0
flam Alexander, did not twit ,. 0
J. L. Cockburn 9 overs. 1 maiden,
runs. 2 wickets; 13 average,
j C. McGill 8.5 overs. 1 maiden.
runs. 3 wickets; 11 average.
T Anderson 5 overs. 0 maidens
runs, 2 wickets; 8.50 average.
The innings as played by Beardmore
's-ere worthy of a veteran, his cutting
being simply perfect. His Innings was
nevertheless marred by a few charc?s,
he. being badly, missed early in his in
niiigs. Owing to Von der Heyde hurt
ing himself before the game startel it
was bad luck for the World team, a?
after the accident he was practically
useless in the field.
The Hoot Mons. although beaten on
Saturday, are trying to arrange anoth
er game for Saturday next. It would
be as well next time when players are
selected that they inform the crmtains
of the sides that they do not Interd to
play instead of making them bel'eve
that they will be there.
Henry Deacon Esq. has this day been
appointed Chairman of the District
Road Board for the District of Hilo, Isl
and of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii.
. JAMES H. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, July
22nd, 1002. 223
SHERRIF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a certain Ex
ecution issued by Lyle A. Dickey. Sec
ond District Magistrate of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
on the 0th day of June, A. D. 1902. in
the matter of the Hawaiian Star News
paper Association, Limited, vs. S. W.
Lederer, I have, on this 21st day of
June. A. D. 1902. levied upon and shall
expose for sale and sell at public auc
tion, to the highest bidder, at the Po
lice Station, Kalakaua Hale, In said
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon- of Mon
day, the 2Sthday of Julj', A. D. 1902.
all the right, title and Interest of said
S. W. Lederer in and to the following
described personal property, unless the
Judgment and cost of execution,
amounting to one hundred and four
teen and 90-100 dollars, interest, costs
and my expenses are previously paid:
One sewing machine, 4 refrigerators,
3 ice boxes, 2 chiffoniers, 2 bedsteads, I
dresser and 2 barber chairs.
CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH,
Deputy Sheriff. Ter. of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Oahu. $206.
Lodge Le Progres De rOceanif,
No. 124, A.'& A. S. RITE.
A REGULAR MEETING QF LODGE
le Progres L'Oceanie No. 124, A. & A.
S. R.. will be held this (Monday)
evening, July 2S, at 7:30 o'clock. In the
TRANSACTION OF BUSINESS.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Pacific
Lodge and visiting brethren are in
vited to attend.
By order of Worshipful Master.
C. G. BOCKU8, Secretary.
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING.
KOHALA LAND CO.. LTD.
A MEETING OF THE STOCK
holders of the Kohala Land Company,
Limited, has been called by order of
the Board of Directors to meet Mon
day, July 23. 1902, at 9 o'clock a, m., at
the company's office, being the law of
fice of W. R. Castle. Merchant street,
Honolulu, to consider the increase, of
the capital stock.
CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
Secretary Kohala Land Co., Ltd.
A SPECIAL! MH7.TINQ OF THK
stockholders of tbm Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Ltd., will be held at
the office of the company. Queen street.
Honolulu, on Monday. July 28th, 1902,
at 10 o'clock a. m for the purpose of
electing a president in place of J. Ena,
Esq, resigned, and tm transact such
other business as may le brought be
fore the meetiBff.
9. XI. CLAPP,
Honolulu, July 14. 1901 8221
HONOLULU PLANTATION COM
pany Assessment Notice. Honolulu
Plantation Company, location of princi
pal place of business. San Francisco,
California Notice is hereby given that
at a meeting of the Board of Directors
held thi3 19th day of June, A. D. 1902,
an assessment (Number 4) of One Dol
lar (J1.00) per share was levied upon
the capital stock of the corporation,
payable immediately to the secretary
of the company at the office of the com
pany. 327 Market street. San Francisco,
State of California. Any stock upon
which this assessment shall remain un
paid on the 30th day of July, 1902. will
be delinquent and advertised for sale
at public auction, and unless payment
Is made before, will be sold on the 19th
day of August, 1902, to pay the delin
quent assessment, "together with ex
penses of sale.
H. W. THOMAS.
Secretary of the Honolulu Plantation
Company. 327 Market street, San
Francisco, California, (5203
To Whom it May Concern:
Notice is hereby given that the firm
of Jerman & Patton. consisting of J.
B. Jerman and O. W. Patton, hereto
fore doing business in Honolulu, T. 11.,
has been dissolved by mo this 23rd day
c,t Julv. A. D. 192.
fj29 J. B. JERMAN.
STOCKHOLDERS' M E ET I N (..
rilH ANNUAL MHOTING OF THE
stockholders of tbo McCabe, Hamilton
Rr Rnnr c'o.. Ltd.. ha. been called by
the Vice President for Tuesday. July j
29tk, 190. at 4 o clock p. m.. at tne oi
fice of the eompaay, 2 Queen ftreet.
St. fit. HOLT.
Jnl.i T. H. Julr ttst. 1992. 227 j
OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE PITB
Iic are cautioned not to confound the
new Honolulu French Laundry of 1104
King street with th ORIGINAL
FRENCH LAUNDRT, corner of Bere
tania and Punchbowl streets. We do
business as usual.
Tel. Blue 3532. '-23
THK REGULAR ANNUAL MTSKT
ing f the TVftJklltl lAnA &. Loan As
fcist:on will b )! om Tbursdsy. Jly
21. 1M2, at 2:0 ,l-k p. ut., at the
ortice of Ashley Xc rarVt
H. O. WOOTTKN.
KOTICE OF POWEIt OF AT
TORNEY. DURING M Y ABSKXCE FROM THE
Territory, W. L. Howard is authorized
to act for me undr fuil power of attor
ney. His office will be with the Palolo
Lard and Improvement Co.
6231 A. F. COOKE.
ON SATURDAY, AUGLTST 2,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOK.
That desirable lot oC land attos&Hl mm.
Ewa side of Liliha ctreet cUc& ef
Wyllie street, and about n$t t&
residence of Mr. J. IL Oalt, fcarl m
fnage n Liliha street at afcirat 2St
feet aad containing an are ot &
9)& ares. Rapid Transit car pa dm
For further particular aad it
and conditions of sale, enquire f
JAS. F. MOJLSm
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOW.
That desirable block of land oa KTcac
aau avenue immediately makat mmA
adjoining the premises of lr . TL.
Schultz. This lot has a fro i
about 334 feet on Nuuanu avesw.
depth en mauka side of about tZS mC
and on makal Bide of aboat 124 C,
and on rear boundary (throueU, wtUUtk
the stream flows) about 3 feet. T4al
arta Is about 4 acre. '
For further particulars azuf term
and conditions of sale. Inquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN,
By order cf REINNEJ nODAi'jrr.
Trustee, I offer for sale thoe errtxH
parcels of land situate at Onoafi. futa
Kona, Island of Hawaii, decritM! tm
Royal Patent (Grant) No. 1143 V f". O,
Sehuke, and containing 174 acre. Eajr-
al Patent (Grant) No. 2362 to AwaAras
a-d containing 739 75-100 acres. AtuMl
at Keopuka and Onouli, Island f Ha
waii. This is a tract of land et w fit
acres, situated In the most fertile sjk!
richest portion of the Island of Hawaii.
It faces the new Government ra4. r
iends to the sea. and is five ic&ates
walk from Kealakekua Bay, tr
of the old Government road whU h rts
through the property. Portions f tits
land are already under cultivt.Cwi.
This tract is so pituated that it W
about midway between- KaAlv. fid
Hc-okena, and five rnih s from Xapoo
poo, three- most Important par cf tis
Kcna district. It has suffiat -Ovation,
running up to fourteen hendre
feet, to be particularly he-ilthfuf. a.nl
its soil Is well adapted to the friwth
of sugar cane, coffee, fruits, !AryiT.
or for the promotion of diversified
. Occujants sf this land have ay e
cess to several ports for export, and
with the advent of the Kona lixJj-ia
will find themselves in clow c&nxin
nieation with the thriving City E3.
This, of couse, affords a spk'tiid -portusity
for the exporting t farm
products to the California raai-iwts.
With the revival of the Kona. Enr
Co., considerable portions of Oils Taui4
can be successfully planted t s-st
This Is one ef the most BTenA'.& op
portunities for a good investment t!ut
has seen put upon the market tot a
considerable period of time.
Turter particulars of
JAMES F M0SGN.
65 QUEEN STUr
BEAVER LUNCH r
II. J. NOLTT
rert Etreet. O--nP.rT-CLASP
-i 297. C
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