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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, AUGUST 5, igm.
Steel (Stent (3 Pacific Hardware I ' during this hot weather by having your veran- da and lanais shaded with our naw atyle I Porch ! Shades X We have Just received another X large shipment of them, and are now prepared to fill all orders. X They come In several colors, and are cteap and durable. j.jv I X X Window Shades All aiaea, on hand and made to order. We have a first-class uphostery and repair department. Fine hand polishing a specialty. 4 I ' Linoleum and matting. Also a complete Hne of : Furniture In all grade. ..To please our cus tomers Is our aim. J.Hopp&Co.J LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS. . 1 Corner King and Bethel Sts. v4 M t Castle & Cooke LIFE and FIRE Inouranoe Agents. .gxnts rem A W ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE) INSURANCE 00 . TSW BOSTON BTHA FIBK INSUBANOB 00, OW SLARTFOHD. aetst Ice & Ice Delivered to any part of thf City ty. Island orders promptly filled. Hoffman & Markhara. rslkon Bice P. O. Bax S Offlce: Kewalo. Which has proved so successful in clearing land of lantac a was introduced by the PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, a little more than a year ago and ha3 the endorsement of thqsa who have used it. The several invoices of Grubbers already received iave been disposed of so promptly on arrival that they have not been advertised. A. few of the No. 2 she are now in stock and a t supply of No. 1 are xpected at an early date. Any one interested in freeing his land of lantana should correspond with the ' Fort. Street, Honolulu. "LEND US YOUR EARS" We are doing a little ' MORf HISS Till m and believe IT IS GOING TO INCREASE still more. No amount of time, patience or study Trill be spared ' to maintain the biga reputation of our SPECTACLES AND EYEGLASSES Our well equipped factory enables ws to give our work a styie, nnisn una ae curacy unsurpassed in the largest cities on the Mainland. A. N. Sanford, r Manufacturing Optician, y Boston Building. Fort Street. Over May & Co. " Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTdnS. AGK'TS VOJft- Th ajra Plantation Co. The Waialua Agricultural O., btfc The Kohala Sugar Co. ThA Wiiimea Bnraf Mill Ca The Fultoa Iron Works, It. bai j Mo. ; 1 T, atnArd Oil CO. I The Qeorge F. falaka 8team PTUBr Weston' Centrlfnala Tha Nw England Mutual Lifa U gurance Co. ol Boston. Tha Aetna Fire Insuracea Oa. m Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Aaswanc loa. stone- WATCHES DURABLE and ACCURATE pi TbeKeystoneWatchCaseCo. uTuutmo 5. Philaaeipnii.u.a.A- America's Oldest and A t . L I 4 " V f N,v Largest naicn fd'-iui j H For sale by C - 7? The Principal Watch J&. Dealers in i-rM Hawaiian Islands Will Make Your Clothes Look like New IF TOU TAKE THEM TO TELB Cleaning and Dyeing Works. Fort St., Opposite Star Bioea. TeL White 2862. FLEUR-DE-LIS Ice Cream Parlors Alakea St.. between -King and HoteL O. E. MOR8K & COMPANY . PHONE BLUE 181. Our wagon will deliver order, promptly without extra charge. Soeclal attention given t P1'"'" Rptlona. Parties. Wedding, and Church Gatherings. rap Co., Ltd. MMtMttMMttMt.M TO MY CUSTOMERS: i Realizing the import ance of my optical depart ment, 1 have arranged from now on to dtvote my entire time and attention to this branch of my bust ness alone. " This will insure that accurate and careful atten tion to every detail t which the correction of visual defects require. With a practical ex perience of over twelve year sy in which time thou sands of cases, many of a .most , complicated nature have leen fitted by me, this department comes be fore you as no new thing. Further, with a well equipped factory, wherein optical lenses of every des- l cription are ground ac curately, together with the latest scientific instru ments in the testinq 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 pasf, will be fully main tained in the future. Very Respectfully FORT STREET. t t 4? PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Fine Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. : tHrs; ClassrWork Guaranteed "rtUTOQRAPHIC CO., L.IMI7RU- -MOTT-SMITH BLOCK, Corner Fort and HoUl ltrta. iingWoOhan&Go 3a7 Furaitur. Clears and Tobaccos. Ckineae and JapueM Taaa, fockrr. MAttlnas. Yum, Camphorwooa Trma- Kattan Chair. JILKS AND SATINS Or AJ-L KINDS. Sil-Xll Nanaai. tlri ml THE WAYS OF KINGS AND PRINCES Some Interesting Conclusions of a Leading Paper in s. London. LONDON, July 23. The" Spectator has excited much comment by an arti cle on Kings and Princes ot Which the following are extracts: ''The Princes ought, for example, to be a rather rotten race and they are not. Most of them Indeed, all except the Swedes and Servians belong to families which have lived In great lux ury for 800 years and have in that pe riod been shown up time after time as individuals of exceptional immorality. and who have preferred intermarriage to any method of seeking brides, and ought, therefore, by this time, to be thoroughly worn out. : They are not worn out at all. They are rather good lives, . as actuaries count lives, and would make a very fair troop of drag ons, and are personally rather more energetic, not to say more fusey, than other people. With the exception of the Spanish Bourbons, they have shown, and are showing, little signs of feebleness, and even in that house the unexplained taint In the blood seems to be working Itself out." This, as the Spectator points out. la at variance with the theories of hered ity, as is also the fact that different lines have produced rather more than their share of exceptional ability. It instances the Hohenzollerns and the Bourbons, who have produced at least three first-class soldiers, and the Haps burgs and Romanoffs. 'Moreover," it says, "all have mani fested one singular power, as even the comparatively undistinguished Guelphs contrived through ages of Ktorm and stress to keep themselves at the top of the world. They have been helped, doubtless, by advisers greater than themselves, but the capacity to profit by advice is not a mark of a decaying race." The Spectator goes on to say that the princely families have also upset the theory that as an animal can be bred to a certain point of perfection, so a race of men, well fed. taught, exercis ed and employed, could be developed to a point superior to any that mankind has yet reached. Nevertheless, though the conditions which should make such race are those under which princely houses have been reared, they remain very like other people. The bpectator continues: 'They are on the level, for the most part, of competent English squires, but no higher. Very few have been orig inal, and the men descendants of those few, without exception, have slipped back' to the ordinary level." From this theory the Spectator de duces that a truly royal caste cannot be bred according to the theories of heredity. They ought to bear, it says, a definite stamp, and be an easily rec ognizable type of mankind. Yet this Is not a' case of personal likenesses which occasionally occur, such as that of the Cxar and the Prince of wales. There Is no more general similarity of type between those men than among mem bers of the House of Commons, where accidental likenesses are very common. Princes bear no professional cachet such as comes to soldiers and sailors, All show a sense of superiority bred by training, and all are nervously sensitive- of their dignity. There the simi larity ends. The Spectator declares: "One thing they are alike In . Is the failure to exhibit genius in any of Its ordinary manifestations." nrfe; . ; CANVAS CART TOP FOR "KIDS" PANTS Portuguese Vehicle Trader Puts Shade to a Queer Use. A broken trade of a broken down second hand wagon worm w anu a cart, worth, it is said about $15, occu pied the attention of Judge Dickey all of yesterday afternoon, a flock of tvit- nesses being on hand to testify on both sides. The man who got tne can claimed he had been cheated, alleging that the vehicle wasn't worth more than $5 because it had rickety spokes and the wheels were dished-in speci mens. . An amusing feature of the case was hn the man who had taken the cart in exchange for his wagon was asked whether he had received the canvas top to the cart. He replied that he hadn t touched it since it came into nis pos session. When asked how it came to b broken he answered that he had ripped off one side because it was not worth much. Attorney Stanley requested his rtason for ripping the canvas and the witness replied that he thought oi making "breeches for his kids." He had made no "breeches," however, for he found the canvas was too old to do tht and he therefore returned the top to the "original owner, rlpped-off piece. " '" minus the KAISER KEPI HIB WOBO BendaTroopm toCrefeld, That the Girls May Dance With SldiTrs. BERLIN. July 2r During his recent tour in the Rhenish industrial district the kainer was extremely pleased at seine so many signs of progress. He oc in tifph e-ood humor when at the close of hia Crefeld visit he thanked th. m.iida of honor for their attend- ance. He complimented them on their raceful figures, spoke of the charming Crefeld faces, and risked If the lieuten- f ants oftwn danced witn tnem. nen the ladies replied that Crefeld po-ssss-ed no lieutenants the kaiser laughed heartily and said: "Then I must send you some." - As he was leaving he added: "I will keep my word." Next day the chief burgomaster of Crefeld received the following telegram from Lieut. Gen. von Bissing, commander or tne n array corps: "By order of his majesty the kaiser and king. Crefeld is to re ceive a garrison. Kindly forward proposals for the accommodation of a hus3ar regiment in the town." - A- COLD AT THIS SEASON is most annoying, and should not be neg lected. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will relieve the lungs, make expectora tion easy, effect a quick cure and leave the system in a healthy condition. It always cures and cures quickly. Ben son. Smith & Co.. Ltd., wholesale agents, sell it. 310 RTGAU EE'S NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE provisions of a certain mortgage made by the HAWAIIAN AUTOMOBILE COMPANY. LIMITED, to CARTLE AND COOKE. LIMITED, dated the 24th day of May, 1901. recorded Liber 226, page S; notice is hereby given that the mortgagee Intends to foreclose the same for condition broken, to wit: th non-payment of both Interest and prin cipal. Notice Is likewise given that after the expiration of three weeks from the date of this notice, the property conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised for sale at public auction, at the auction rooms of James F. Morgan in Hono lulu, on Monday, the 1st day of Sep tember, 1902, at 12 noon of said day. Further particulars can be had of W. R. CASTLE, attorney for mortgagee. Dated Honolulu, August 1, 1902. CASTLE AND COOKE, LIMITED. Mortgagee. The premises covered by this mort gage consist of: First: All that lot of land, being a portion of the premises covered by A pans, 7 of Royal Patent 5C5 on L. C Award 47 to C. Kanalna for William C. Lunalllo, situate on the makal side of King street in Honolulu. Oahu. Ter ritory of Hawaii, adjoining the south easterly line of the lot used by the street department of the Government, In the block bounded by King, Punch bowl. Queen and Milil&nl streets, and having a front of eighty-two (82) feet on said King street and an area of eight thousand six hundred and fifty-six (86S6) square feet or 193-1000 acre. - Second; A lot adjoining the souther ly or makal side of the first lot afore said (the two together forming one large lot) being premises more fully de scribed in Royal Patent 5701 on L. C. Award 637 to Kuluwailehua, containing 222-1000 acre, together with the fine concrete building standing upon said premises; and Third: The following personal prop erty and effects now lying in said build ing: 1 1 H. P. G. E. Co. Direct urrent Mo tor. 1 2 H. P. G. E. Co. Direct Current Motor. 1 6-40-260 G. E. Co. Generator, 320 am pere, direct connected to a Mcintosh & Seymour Horizontal Engine, 11 x 13. 2 Blue Vermont Marble Panel Switch Boards, fitted with 2 500 ampere Overland Circuit Breakers. t 500 ampere underload Circuit Break ers. 2 Thompson Astatic Voltmeters, 130 volts. 2 Bristol Recording Voltmeters with cards. 2 Bristol Recording Voltmeters. 2 Main Switches. 1 Thompson Astatic Ammeters. 1 Station Recording Walt Meter. 1 Card Resistance Box. 1 22-ft. 2000-lbs. Traveling Crane. 1 20CO-lbs. Pneumatic Motor Chain Holm. 1 Breast Pneumatic Drill. 1 Worthlneton Water Meter. 1 Stratlon Steam Separator, 3", with crate valve. 19 Gals, of acid-proof Mogul paint. 1 Office Safe. Office Furniture. Sundry Electrical Fittings. 5 Electrical Runabouts No Batteries. Automobile Runabouts No uatterK-e. 6233 WAIHEA. SUUAK MILL CU. NOTICE OF SPECIAL. MEETING. TsioTTfW Tft TITCREBT GIVEN THAT ' .noz-ial matins' of the WAIMEA cjTTriAT MIUL COMPANY has been .iiori tvr th President, to be held in the assembly hall over the offices of r-aoti Cooke. Ltd.. in irionoiuiu. nahii on Thursday. August 14th, 190 at 10 a. m.. to consider an Important communication from the T iiocrptflrv Waimea Sugar Mill Co. ttii tr T. Julv SOth. 1902. 23J WILLIAM M'KINLISY L01X1K NO. 3, id. OF P. THEKE WITL BE ARE gular convention of the above named Lodge Saturday even ing, Anguftt 9, in Harmony IIall,at7:30. WORK IN THE FI11ST AND SECOND HANK. Members of Oaiiu No. 1 and Mystic No. 2 and all sojourning brothers are invited to attend, B. 9. GREGORY. K. of R. & S. AMERICAN SUGAR CO., LTD. SPECIAL. MEETING. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT a special meeting or tne nwnnumnn of the American Sugar Company. Llm 'ted will be held at Room 610 Btangen wald building, Honolulu, on Thursday, the 14th day of August. A. D. at 10 a. m. Object of meeting: Consideration of reports. Election of officers. Such othr buslneps as may brought before the meeting. By ordr-r of the President: J K. A. MOTT-SMITH. be Secretary. DIVIDEND SUTIUE. a nivinrNI) IS DUE AND PA Y- abl to the stockholders of the Inter- Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at the office of the company, yueen sir'-i xirtniiv Ancrurt 4th, l'.02. tA-. tVx-kt-.noks of the company will h closel to transfers on the 2nd and 4th insts. n E oedor, Treasurer Honolulu. Aug. 1, 1W2. 6-3i XOTICE TO SHirrEUh. ON AND AFTER THIS DATE kin of ladinsr will be issued by this company. Instead af shipping receipts uvfie-ht will be received under the old form of shipping receipt up to October lot Km?, but after tnat aaie me oui i7t taillni onlv will be accepted. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY, v nrTiiiT President. Henlulu, June 10th. 1HJ. 1132 DEKOCKATS, ATTENTION ! An imoortant meeting of th Dm ocntic club will be held In Waverley hall at 7:80 o'clock this (Monday) eve ning. By order of C. J. M'CARTHY. Chairman. RICH-LAND IN Central Evens FOR SALS By order of RKnOiS BOOASTSX Trustee, I offer for aaio Sam i ril parcels of Land situate at OmX GaotJb Kona, Island of Hawaii. 6oxs2aA Da Royal Pa teat (Grant) No. LtO Isr.O. Schulze, and containing 17ton. J50T al Patent (Grant) No. 2K3 fct ivttoft and containing 709 7S-1M oa, ' Zxa at Keopuka and OnaaU. XalttMt C Ha waii. - This to a trao! of Ia T omw C2 acres, situated la the most tmx&m i richest portion of the Is&aarf It facos the new GoveraaacaC cm$. teBds to the sea. and Is walk from Kealakelcua 'BT. V , of the old Government rea4 wfc3arfc.i through the property.' ' Poa o oJH land are already wader eoUzMfiSaah This tract is so sltwto Ckofi St la about midway teetwoea Trffit Hookena. and five mile firoas poo, three most Importaat parts V3m Kona district It baa WKCQnAmaX tiom. running os- to fowrt feet, to be particularly fcor-Wv aa Its soil Is well adapted Us cwr of trugar ease, oofreo, traits. Calnrtoas. or for the iimtisa mt faranlag. . . Occupants of this ItnTfcav oasgp i cess to several ports for l.ywC stA with the advent of the CxI&o will find themselves la rleo 3Wes nication with the thriving Cttr wT This, of couso, affords a r?aJH. op portunity for the expert! cT fu products to the California. raurrta. With the revival of th Kwa f-oKjcM Co., considerable portions of tsi Jac4 can be successfully pUat? t eosst cane. This is one of the moot itpktatfAS op portunities for a good laveatraeat tfitaC has been put upon the tor a considerable period of time. Further particulars of JAMtiS F MO'GAP S 5 QTIEEN CTBCISST- REPORT OF THE COXDJTKXff Cf THE FIRST NATIONAL KAjvTK. ir HAWAII, AT HONOLi:tXr. EST THE TERRITORY OI ItAXtX. AT THE CLOSE OV BCSUttunL july leni. i02. Resources ' Loans and discounts ..i. JTii-X m Overdrafts, secured and secured U. S. bonds to secure circu lation W.FWW U. S. bonds to secure O. 3. deposits Premiums on U. B. bonds .... HP" Banking hou!e, furniture an4 fixtures . . - Due from , Btate banks ana. bankers - - S73V tua;i zz.an ss Due from approved Fewsrre agents Checks and other cash item-. Nots of other National backs Fractional . paper currency. Z3M arte nickels and cents'.. v.' '.".. Lawful Money Reserva le Bank, via.: Specie r Iegal tender nots.. 179 l-7' Redemption fund with IJ. B. . Treasurer (5 per sant o cirr eulation) . . 3JOKt Total . . ...... ,T VAZ2JL1 T Liabilities- Capital stock paid In ...... ...3.WKM Surnlus fund '.vi.. TTntvflArf nroflll. .v. . . - w- l ' - rATD arA IfllM tala ...... National .Bank note 'oatJ - standing . Dividends unpaid .. Individual deposits - subject hflr a Demand certlflcaUa of depoett H Certified checks United States, deponita. IXZJZ a Deposits of U.B. disbursing officers . , v- Liabilities bther above stated ;v Total Territory of Hawaii, Island Oa.i I. w. O. Cooper, Cashier mz tn aumv - nam'd bank, do sol m my ww the above statement la tree to 1U f tr.y knowledge an belief. CaxtkMr. CORRECT Attest: IS. P. ROnTKSO. a. j. WAUjra, L. L. U'CAJJDUBt Subiscribd ami sworn t-o tx'Ior km- this SOth any or Juiy, i?"-. GEO. L:- Diuirwiw. Notary Pubftrr. C0RP0RATIOW -NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "3TIA.T at the annual m.tnB.or.U) itut.w t the Oahu Coil- g",. h.Jd m J'-c dav of July and'siljourned until XI late, the following officers wf-re :Vr-.r fcr the ensuing ypar: President A. F. Griffiths. Vice President W. D. Alexar Secretary A. F. Judd. Treasurer P. Cl Jon. Auditor J. H. "AtuertonV' And that Hon. S. B. Dole and L- A- TVmrton V.vn.. were elfctea mwrLOr of the corporation for the term of ! to VJ08. , Dated at Honolulu, July si, . a. f. ji;ih. vt flyrtary- MEETING NOTICE. THERE WILL BE A MEETING the Hoolu and Hoola Uhul S'rWr the Maternity Home .Tuesday. Aur th. at 10 a. nu AH memtK.Ts are r quefted to te prf-s-rit as bus.rw T greit importance will be cunsid-ms. By th'j Secretary: . , , EUGENIA UKtfT. BEAVER LUNCH ROOKS H. J. NOLTB. Proprletar. rrt Rtrtct. Opposite Wilder i Cj. TsaLUNC;iE8 HYU With Tea, Coffee. b'da watv Ginger Ala or Ml A Oh from T a, m. to lfl PJ ti