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X 4 4- 4- : : 4- 4-' Hawaii is especially BnpceDlib'e to inject peste, mainly owing to climatic condi tions. In order to protect Flor culturistp, HorticaUu'is s and the like, we Lave im ported the most approved Insecticides direct from the Eastern Manufacturers. I v. s - -, ; - Is thoroughly reliable in killing Worms, Lice, Bugs, Sow Bugs, etc Tfiirlp iif ce h For Scale on Trees and in conservatories. Grape Dust For Mildew on Rosegj Fruit, Mellons, Grapes, ete, ' ' Fir Tree II 1 ri: For Green and Black Fly, Wooly Aphis, Red Spider, Mealy Bug, Brown and White Scale Ant-, Caterpillar, Grubs, Lice, etc., etc. I Lantana Grabbers A Perfect Success during this hot .; weather by having your veran- das and lanals shaded with our new style ; V- Porch Shades We have Just received another large shipment of them, and are mow prepared to fill all orders. They come la several colors, and are cheap and durable. Window Shades All aises'osl'tiand and made t order. . ...- We have a first-class uphostery and repair department. Fine band polishing a specialty. 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 Linoleum and matting, complete line of Ateo a Furniture In all grades. To please our cus- . tomers Is our aim. I J.tlopp&Co. 1 LEADING FURNITURE 4 H- DEALERS. Corner King and Bethel Sts. . . 4 4 t Castle & Gooke 1IKTTID. LIFE and FIRE Insurance Agents aOINTI FOR BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO Or BOSTON iTTNA FIRE INSURANCE CO, OT 2LARTTORD. A. JLorek&m Stock and Bond Broker. Real Estate and Insurance. 403 Judd Buildirg. Pacific Hardware Co.i Ltd. PORT AND MERCHANT STREETS . HONOLULU. HTYEbLASSES u- SPECTACLES RIGHT JUST RIGHT. We lit 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. L N. Sanford, Manufacturing Optician, . Boston Building, Port Street. Over May A Co. Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. -A6KNTS TOB The Bwa Plantation Oa. Th Walalu Agricultural Oo hit. The Kohala Sugar Go. The Waimea Bugar Mill Oa. , . The Fulton Iron Work. 84. hit Mo.. J.' The Standard OH Oa The George F. bl&ke Steam Pnmy. Weston's Centrifugals. The New England Mutual fclfe la uranco Co. of Boston. ;. The Aetna ' Fire Insurance Oa. Hartford. Conn. The Alliance Asanranee Ce. el beat do. " Will ' Make Your Clothes Look Like New IF YOU TAKE THEM TO TOT Cleaning and Dyeing Works Fort St Opposite Star Block. TeL White 2362. W. W. AKAKA & CO. Merchant Tailors, 1038 Nuuanu Ave. All grades cf light goods for the season. White Duck, Light Woolens, etc You get latest styles, a good fit and the prices are right. No. 616. aOKOL.UI.TJ LODGE No. B. P. , will meet In their new hall, on tflller and Beretanla streeta, evsry rriday evening. By order or the E. k. D. L. CONKtlKG, Secretary, r. M. BROOKS, E. R. If in Bad Humor DROP INTO 1HB MONO BOWLING PARLORS ar otirwir . few lhraum vita balls at 4 TO MY CUSTOMERS: V Realizing the ' import ance of my optical dtpat t ment, 1 have arranged from now on to devote trig : entire time and attention to this branch of my busi ness alone. This will insure that accurate and careful atten tion to every detail, which , tlie correction .of visual dejerts require. ; With a practical ex perience of over twelve years, in which timethou sands cf cases, many of a most complicated nature have been fitted by me, this department comes be fore you as no new thirg. Further, withr a cell equipped factory, wherein optical lenses of tvery des cription are groimd ac curately, together with the latest scientific in stru ments in the testing de A partmcnt, J am enabled to guarantee absolutely satis factory results in every instance. "The high repu tation which ih is depart ment has earned in the past, will be fully main tained in the future. Very Respectfully FORT STREET. PHOTOSHAPHIC PORTRAITS Fine Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. irst Class Yfork Guaranteed iriOTOaRAPHIG CO., 12. MOTT-SMTTH SLOCJC, Corner Fort and Hotel Streets. W ing Wo Chan & 0o rjsy Fornitars, Clsars aad Tobacooa, Chinese and Japancs Teas, Crockery. Mattlnaa, .Vases, Camphorwooa Ira. silks and satins . f. IIIIIL Or 'AU KINDS. Cl-Ill Mnut Btrti TELEGRAPH BREVITIES The Arizona drought remains un- brrken. , Typh6Id fever is developing1 in Nome uoavici iracy is sua at large-near Seattle. The health or Queen Wilheimina is improving'. . - A beer.tru3t is eald to be In process of formation. Cholera has invaded the royal pre cincts of Peking. Gov. La Follette of Wisconsin has been renominated. Russia proposes a national conft-rence to deal with trusts. Augrust 9th is the date fixed for King Edward's coronation. Leffie, queen of the gypsy tribes of Pennsylvania, Is dead. Dr. John Flood, a San Francisco phy sician, has gone insane. The Gage libel suit against the Times is on trial in Los Angeles. John W. Mackay is suffering from heat prostration in London. -The invading Colombians have been beaten, back from Nicaragua. The Isla de Luzon has been ordered from Manila to San Francisco. Lillian Ru? st-ll s automobiles, said to be worth $30,000. have been barned. i Persia suffered severe property de struction by reason;Of an earthquake. The Egyptian sphinx Is said to be decaying, as a result of climatic chang es. - . . ..v. , . - : - - The Denver, Northwestern and Pa cific Railroad will extend to San Fran cisco,! . An anarchist believed to have had designs on the King has been arrested in Italy. " ' 1 E. H. Harriman has succeeded Chas. H. Tweed as ir-jsident of, the Pacific Mail Co. . . ' Two attempts of the revolutionists in Nicaragua to capture Blueflelds were frustrated. New York butchers will erect n mil lion dollar slaughtering house and fight the beef trust. The unions intend to raise half a mil lion dollars for the support of the strik ing coal miners. St. Vincent has been In the throes of more severe earthquakes and the people are panic stricken. . - - - v.- i In a typhoon in the Philippines, toe customs schooner Shearwater was lost with la of her crew. . - Four were killed In - Cumberland, Tenu., in a quarrel between negro min ers and white officials. ' . The King of "Wurtemburg saved th lives of three German aeronauts who fell into Lake Constance. Oving.to a fuslllaVie of bullets an at tempt to hold up a Rock Island passen ger train in Texas failed. One bandit and two officers are re ported killed as a result of a battle with Colorado train robbers. A Well-to-do middle-aged man, wear ing a.diamond, was killed while robbing a chicken house near Downey, Cal. . The Earl of Cadogan has resigned the lord lieutenancy of Ireland. He may be succeeded by the Duke of Marlbor ough.,-. . : , , , The ; body of Merrill, who broke Jail with 'Tracy and was afterwards killed by the latter, has been identified and buried,? Flootls in Central Iowa have destroy ed the! vorn and wheat crop to a large extentj The damage wili be nearly Thetxuban government nas maao xor mal ririPtest against language critical of twm'ubans uttered by Uorsui uen eral Bragff. 'v ' Gen.J Jacob H. Smith, who gave the "kill and burn" order in Samar, has been reprimanded by the President and nut on; the retired list. A girl jumped into the fliississippi ai St. LdUis for. the sake of. being rescued bv TLienmond Pearson ?Hobson. He saved -li'er but she had a narrow escape, Secretary,, Mr. Brodriek.. sharply crit icised Gen. Buller, ending by saying that he was a gooa pi-ave. tuuuuaim- Ex-President Steyn has sailed for Eurooe. He is in a pitiable state irom enteric, fever. His arms, and legs are n.irtiallv raralyzed and he is unable to oiiett his eyelids. . -' Wrt. i CasDer. an American, accepted the challenge to fight Capt. Wester of thp Swedish Army. Casper was on hand at the appointed time but Wester did r.ot appear. The latter may be driv en frcm the army. Henry Tichenor of Indiana la said to be slated for the position or Assistant sTPiarv bt the Treasury, w. JJ. By num, rormeriy cnairman ci nwr nmocratic National Committee, Is to be appointed a member of the Board of General Appraisers. ' A Gruesome Find. CHICAGO, July 19. In a room on the second floor of 38 West Adams street the body of a man was found last night In an advanced stage of decomposition. It had lain there two days and a rope around the neck, with one end tied to the knob of a closet door, showed that the man had hanged himself by throw irirr the roDe over the door. A note was found addressed. "My Brother. J. J. Wise. 240 Third Street. Philadelphia." On the back of a pnotograph of an at tractive looking woman was written: "Ycti will find her (my wlfe in Webbs- vine, Mass., with a man named I incn. and she will never prosper ror wnat she has done." The body was sent to tne count) morgue. To Fight a Champion. STOCKTON, Cal., July 19 For his battle with Champion Gans on the 24th, Itufe -Turner is training as he never trained before. Heretofore he has nev er bien in perfect condition for a bat- tio rt-lving on his natural stamina an.l hitting powers to bring home the mon ey, lie i3 careful and painstaking In all his work now and expects to enter the ring in better condition tnan ever before. Instead of training as he pleas- r he is taking advice and assistance of men who understand the business. He has cut out his road work and dally takes on several mucn neavier men than himself. . t Drouth In Miisiesippi. JACKSON, Miss., July 19. Twenty counties In Mississippi are surrerirg from the effects of a disastrous drouth and in over one-half of this number the corn crop has been utterly ruined while -otton has been damaged from 60 to 73 per cent. In Tallahatchie county forest fires are raging. The drouth area In the delta Is spreading and the latest re ports state that in counties where the prospects were excellent two weeks ago thtre has been great deterioration. 1 BY AUTHORITY. TAX APPEAL COURT NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the Court of Tax Appeals for the First Judicial Circuit, Island of Oahu, will sit in the Tax OfUce, Judiciary Building, 0:1 Fri day, August 1st. 1902, at 1:30 p. in., to hear such appeals as may be brought before it. " E. C. WINSTON. President cf the Court of Tax Appeals for the Island of Oahu. Honolulu, July 28. 1902. :33 PACIFIC LODGE HI 822 A. F. & A. M. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Pacific Lodge. A. F. & A. M., at Masonic Temple, this (Tuesday) evening, July 23, 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. a F. MURRAY. Secretary, EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1, I. O O. F. There will be a regular meeting of Excelsior Lodge o. L I. o. O. F., at its hall on Fort street, this Tuesday evening, July 29, 1902. INITIATORY DEGREE. Members of Harmony Lodge and all visiting brethren are cordialy Invited to attend. A. F. CLARK, N. . G. L. L. LAPIERE. Secretary. NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEET INU. HAWAIIAN ENGINEERING & CON- : STRUCTION CO., LTD. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF directors of the Hawaiian Engineering & Construction Company, Limited, a meeting of the stockholders of the com pany has been called to be held at the office of W. R. Castle, Merchant St., Honolulu, on Saturday. August 2, 1902. at 10 a. m., to consider an increase of the capital stock. PHILIP M. LANSDALE, 6233 Acting Secretary. WILLIAM M'KINLEY LODGE NO. ft, K. OF P. 1 THERE WILL BE A REGULAR convention of the above named Lodge Wednesday evening July 30, In Har mony Hall, at 7:30. - WORK IN THE THIRD RANK. Members of Oahu No. 1 and Mystic No. t and all sojourning brothers are invited to attend. B. S. GREGORY, , K- of R. & S. NOTICE AT a! SPECIAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Inter-Island Steam ?dvie-ation Comoanv. Ltd.. held on Monday. July 28th. 1902. Mr. James A Kennedy was duly .elected President of said company for the unexpired term, vice Mr. J.' Ena, resigned. . i C. H. CLAPP. Secretary. Honolulu, July 2Sth, 1902. 6223 NOTICE. DURING MY . TEMPORARY AB spnee from the Territory all business in connection with this consulate will be in charge of Mr. Goo Kim Ful, who will be acting consul. YANG WEI PIN 6233 H. I. C. Ms Consul. NOTICE. THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE birthday of His Imperial Majesty will be celebrated on Wednesday, the 30th day of July. There will be no reception at this consulate. YANG WEI PIN, 6235 II. I. C. M.'a Consul. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE bills of lading will be Issued by this company. Instead of shipping receipts as heretofore. .Freight will be received under the oia form of shipping receipt up to October 1st. 1902,. but after that date me oui nf ladlncr onlv will be accepted. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY, C. L. WIGHT, President. Honolulu. June 10th. 102. 5192 STOCKHOLDER MEETING. TIIH ANNUAL MBETINO OF THI1 stockholders of tke McCabe. Hamilton & Uenny Co.. Ltd., hum been called by the Yife President for Tuesday, juiy 29th, 1902, at 4 o'clock . m., at the of fice of the company, 19 Queen street. B. . HOLT. Secretary. Hsuslulu. T. K., July ait. 1902. 6227 MEETING NOTICE. THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEKT- intr er the waiKiKi liana oc. iau ,oclation will be e! oa Thursday, Jn'y n. 1902. at t:7,9 'Iek . m., at the fllce of Ashley Parts. . H. . WOOTTliS. S2t Sectary. NOTICE. TUB POWER OF ATTORNEY clven by me to Sue Leong dated July Slst. 101. and recorded In Utwr zz on pages 241 Sc. 249 in the Registry Office In Honolulu is hereby revoked. 8St NO TING KWAI. POWER OF ATTORNEY. DURING MY ABSENCB FROM the Territory of Hawaii, Mr. Y. P.Ofra will art for me under full power of at torney. C. 8HIOZAWA. Hen., July 33. !. 23 KOTiCE. DR. - R. W. ANDERSON. THE DEN tlPt, will leave for a shcrt visit to the coast. Will return and resume his practice on Sept. 1st. 233 Auction Sale OF Valuable Properly OX- Liliha Street OS SATURDAY, AUGUST 2L AT 13 O'CLOCK NOOW. That desirable lot of land slteat a Ewa side of Liliha street makal of Wyllie street, and about sspostfto taa residence ot iir. J. Rl Gait, aorta a frontage sn Liliha street cf st 2t feet as.4 containing an area f akoat- 9 arcea Itapld Transit cars hie For further particulars aa4 tnn and conditions of sale, enquire of JAS. F. MORGAN. AUCTIONEER. . Ruction Sale OF Valuable Properly IN Nuuanu Valley ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 2r AT M O'CLOCK NOOK, That desirable block of land oa Nn nu avenue Immediately makal Ml adjoining the premises ' ef 'Mf. ;H. Schultse. This lot has a fronta 4 about 254 feet on Nunantr aTnnt depth on mauka side of about KJ Ut, and on makal side "of Shoot S94 st. and on rear boundary (through, which the stream flows) about J36 feC Total area is about 414 acres. For, further particulars and term and conditions of sale, inquire of ' JAS. I MORGAN; ' AUCTIONKEa. RICH Ii;ANE IN--, ...... M - Central Kona FOR SALE Dy order of REINNE ItODAKET, Trustee. I offer for sale those enun parcels of land situate at. Onoull. Bomm Kona, Island of Hawaii, described In Roval Patent (Grant) No. 1162 to F. O. Sehulsc, and containing 174 acres. Roy al Patent (Grant) No. 2862 to Awaanm and containing 739 75-100 acres, situats at Keopnka and Onoull, Island ct Ha waii. This ta a tract of land of over III acres, situated In the most fertile snd richest portion of the Island of Hawaii- It faces the new Government road, tx- tesds to the sea, and Is five minuter walk from Kealakekua tsay, Dy way of the old Government road which runs through the property. Portions of tns land are already under cultivation. Thi tract la so situated that It i j aDout midway between K&ilua and Hookena, and five miles .from , rapoo poo, three most important ports of the Kona district. It has sulilcient eleva ttr.n. runnine uu to fourteen hundred feet, to be particularly healthful, and 5 Its soil is well adapted to the growth .' fugar cane, coffee, fruits, dairying. or for the promotion or uivtrsuu farming. Occupants of this land have eaey ac cess to several ports for export. nd with the advent of the Kona Railroad will find themselves in close commn nleation with the thriving City of IIHo. This, of couse, affords a splendid op portunity for the exporting of farm products to the California markets. With the revival of the Kena Sugar J Co., considerable portions of this land can be successfully planted to sugar an. This la nt of the most splendid op portunities for a good Investment that has seen put .upon the market for considerable period of time. Further particulars of JAfAES F MOGAR, C5 QUEEN STREET. BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor. Fort Itrtet. Opposite Wilder O-nJcHT-CLASS LUNCHES FERVXD, With Tea. CofTee. Hoda Water, Ginger Als or Milk. 0n from T a. m. to It p. m. Birckars' ZUqulsltas Speelalty. our tenpins.