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QUE PACIFIC COMMEECIAC 3VDVERT1SER, HONOLULU, AUGUST e, 1503.
V. Pacific MMMMtMMMMMM during; this hot weather by having your veran da and lanaia shaded with oar new style Porch Shades We have Just received another large shipment of them, and are now prepared to fill all orders. They come In several colors, a a are cheap and durable. Window i Shades . AJ1 aiies, cb hand and made . ta order. We have a flrst-class upbostery and repair department. Fine hand polishing: a specialty. Linoleum and matting:. Also a complete line of Furniture In all grades. To please our cus i tomers Is our aim. t : J.Hopp&Co. t LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS. Ccrner Kimg and Bethel Sts. $ Castle & Cooke HinTXD. LIFE and FIRE Insurance Agents, . KOXNTS FOB BIT ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUBANOB 00 OF BOSTON STBA FIRE INSUBANOB CO, OF 3CARTTORD- amu Ice & EliECTMEC (DO. v Ice Delivered to any part of the TEty. Island orders promptly filled Hoffman & Markham. 9lakon Elne $1$L P. O. Bx Iff Office: Kewalo. Giiaet Grabber Which hag proved bo successful in clearing land of lan tan a was introduced by the PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY', LIMITED, a little more than a year ago and'haa the endorsement of those who have used it. The several invoices of Grubbers already received have been disposed of bo promptly on arrival that they have not been advertised. A iew of the No. 2 size are now in stock and a supply of No. 1 are expected at an early date. -: Any one interested in freeiug his land of lantana should correspond with the ' ardware Fort Street, Honolulu. OLIILU CANDY COMPANY'S ANNEX AT THE Merchants' Fair Will Make Candy in Public such as Stick Candy, Peanut, Cocoa- nut Candy. Chocolate, Cream Irops and Hand-made Goods which will be sold hot. This display will interest the younger element. Mixed Candy in 50c boxes; every fifth box contains 21 in silver; and mixed candy In $1 boxee; every tenth box contains $5 In gold. Handsome rings, souvenir spoons and Jewelry given away as presents In ev ery 'box; see affidavit 8ri file at booth. Candy Booth In aisle between main buildings, Watfclkl side. Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTOR3. FOR : ' The Ewt Plantation Oo. Tb Walaloa Agricultural Co., 2U, The Kohala Sugar Oo. The Walmea 8ugar Mill Co. The Fulton Iron Works, St. Lcl Ho. The Standard Oil Go. The George F. blake Steam Famr. "Weston's Centrifngila. The New England Mutual Lit l urance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire Inturanca Ca. Hartford, Conn. The Alliance AMwrane v. iea. Will Make Your Glotks Look Like New IF YOU TAKE THEM TO THI Cleaning and Dyeing Works. Fort St., Opposite Star Block. TeL White 2862. xslLone-f WATCHES DURABLE and ACCURATE -fgrfZTBkz The Keystone Watch Ctsc Co. Philaderphla.U.S.A. sv America's Oldest and fFZJT For salo Hawaiian !?;.u:ds FLEUR-DE-LIS Ice Cream Parlors Alakea St. between King and HoteL G. E. MORSE & COMPAXi . PHONE BLUE 18M. Our agon will deliver order, promptly wittooat extra charge. SDedal attention given to supplying REptfons. Parties. Weddmga and Church Gatherings. HON 1 Co., Ltd. TO MY CUSTOMERS: i t Realizing the import' ance of my optical depart' ment 1 Jiave arranged from now on to at vote 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, which the correction, of visual defects require. With a practical ex perience of over twelve years, in which time thou- 4 ' . f - r sit nun of cases, many o u most complicated nature have been fitted by me, thisiUpartment comes be fore you as ho new thirty. Further, with a well equipped factory, wherein 1 optical lenses of every des- 1 T eription are ground ac- eurately, together with the i ments in . the. testing dc- ' partment, I am enabled to j guarantee absolutely satis- j instance. The high repu- 4 tation which this depart- 1 ment has earned in the past, will be fully main- ta in ed in tie future. 2 Very Respectfully FORT STREET. PHOTOGRAPHIC P0PTPiAlTS , Fine Assortment of IBLAND VIEWS. Send for list. First Class Work Guarantees ttOTOURArHIC CO.. UM1TED- MOTT-SMITH BLACK. Cerner Fort and Hotel Btreta. Wing Wo Chan & Go 3esy Tcrnltura, Cigars and Tobacco, Chine and JapanaM Taaa, Crockery, Mattlnga, Yasea, Camphorwooa TraaltJ, Kattan Chairs. m-m Hamas Rrwti I MONEY IS VANISHING Three Thousand Remain i for -' The total expenditures from the fund for "general expenses of Supreme and Circuit courts" for the year ending: June 30th, were 131,832.16. For the I month of July, according to the war rants already paid by the auditor, there has been an additional expenditure of approximately $687. The total appropri ation made by the legislature for the two years was $36,000. and there re mains but a little over $3500 for run ning expanses of all the courts for the remaining eleven months of the bien nial period. If the present August term of court is to be measured by the expenditures made in the past by the second judg.e Ihe statement of Judge Gear to the grand jury yesterday that he might be compelled to stop work before the end of the term for lack of funds is prob ably correct. There is still to be paid the jury for the special term hold by Judge Humphreys and probably other expenses in the remaining island cir cuits. This will leave about $2500 for the present term of court, which is not very much more than the cost of some terms held in the past by Judge Gear. If on the other hand the present term is conducted on the same lines as laid down by Judge Robinson and some of che Judges in other circuits, the money still remaining in the appropriation will 'not only be sufficient for the August terra, but also for the next term to be held here. . The trial jury and the grand Jury ally necessary for the conduct of the ally necessary for the enoduct of the courts, the salaries being paid out of a special appropriation. The trial jury which is composed of eighteen men can sit but twenty-four days, which would run the cost to lesa than $900. The grand Jury with twenty-two members will hardly hold sessions more than half that time, and the expense should not greatly exceed $500, unless there is the usual charge of $200 or $300 for i clerk hire, which Judge Robinson has i heid is not authorized, but which has I always been allowed by Judge Gear. The bailiffs are paid from the general appropriation, excepting Ballifl Sea, who is also acting for the Supreme Court. ; Interpreters, stenographers and clerks are also paid from the salary appropriation, and though there are two regular court reporters, the term has been-opened by the employment of a third stenographer, who must be paid from the general fund. Miss Neumann, who occupied that position last term, was paid at the rate of $10 per day and drew altogether about $500. Auditor 'Austin said yesterday that when the appropriation was exhausted he would simply stop the issuance of warrants. He knew of no . way by which the courts could be continued, unless by. continuing the operation of courts; the parties to whom the money is owing going to the next legislature for reimbursement. As a- matter of of fact,th,e, judges could continue to sit lor me iicunug ul tuui l isbcb muvu vu not .Teem I re a jury trial, as the salary appropriation provides for stenograph ers, interpreters and clerks, which is all the machinery required in such cases. There are enough of these matters on the calendar to-occupy all the Judges for- the remainder of the fiscal year, and if no solution is found to the prob- em those cases could be cleared and the Jury trials be put over until the legislature meets in February. SPORTS M AY GO TO MAUI RACES Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth is mak ing arrangements whereby the steam er Ke Au llou of the Inter-Island line will take a special limited excursion party to Maui for the race meeting, and more especially for the proposed Bast-ball match of August 12th. The plan calls for 35 tickets at $13 each. While the required number of persons have signified their Intention to proceed there will be no certainty about the trip until the hard cash has been secured for the passage money of the would-be excursionists. Until that stage , has been reached Mr. Chilling- worth will continue to regard the trip as problematical. Should the excursion be made, the vessel will sail from Honolulu Monday evening. August 11th, at 5:30 o'clock. evening, August, inn, at o:su o ciock, i arriving- at Maalaea nay tne next, morning. The return trip will be made leaving the same port at 11 o'clock that night and arriving here Wednesday morning. The team which will play ball against. Aiaui win oe tne same as mat which met the All-Maul tt-a'm here Monday last, with the exception of who will play Meyer of the Punabous third base. Julian Yates.' of the Mauls, now lt-re, will make the trip to take' his forr.v-r position at short. ' SOUL-SICK WOMAN GOES TO ASYLUM Raving, screeching and in terror over being committed to the insane asylum, a j'ortuguese woman was meraiiy dragged from a police station cell late yesterday afternoon to the patrol wag-- on, and taken to ivanni. n was tne same woman wno was MKen . .Deiore Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth . by her father on Monday afternoon, and had declared to that official that her "soul nas pick." On Monday afternoon the woman was rational and Irrational at times, but the deputy was convinced that she was out of her mind, and he felt that when he sent her home with her father on probation, that it would not be long before she would again bi heard from. Yesterday afternoon a call was made upon the police by the aged father and the woman was promptly placed under surveillance. She was brought to the police station, attired in a holoku, bare- j footed . and dishevelled. Her outcries ! during the afternoon unnerved most of the prisoners and Turnkey Melanphy. when he came on duty at 5 p. m.. soon made a request of the marshal that the woman be taken to the asylum for safe keeping. Three men had to carry her from the cell, and there was a general sigh of .relief when the wagon drove away with her. BY AUTHORITY. SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE. Under and by virtue of a certain ex ecution issued by Lyle A. Diekey, Sec ond District Magistrate of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on the 21st day of July, A. D. 1902. In the matter of T. H. Davles and Com pany. Limited, vs. C. H. W. AhL I have, on this 29th day of July, A. D. 1902. levied upon, and shall expose for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder, at the Police Station," Kalakaua Hale, in said Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon of Saturday, the 30th day of August. A. D. 1902. all the right, title and Interest of the said C. H. V. Ahi in and to the following described prop erty, unless the Judgment and cost of execution amounting to one hundred and fifty-six and 15-100 dollars, inter est, costs and my expenses are pre vicusly paid: 1. Lease from Kahillopua et al. to Ahi. dated May 22nd, 1897, of premises at north corner of Nuuanu and Pauahi streets, containing about 13,500 sq. feet, and recorded in the Registry Office in said Honolulu, in Liber 169, page 325. Term of lease 15 years from June 1ft, 187. at a rental of $12S per month. Subject to mortgage to Hoffschlaeger & Co., Ltd., for $2509. aa of record in said Registry Office In Liber 220, page ML S. Lot In rear of and adjoining fore . 1 1 9 S . . . suing iraje ueing u J. AWHra im. Royal Patent 155. conveyed by deed of Geo. Moau and wife to C. Ahi, on Octo ber 12th, 1896, aa of record in said Reg istry Office in Liber 155. page 207. and containing about 3100 sq. feet. Subject to mortgage of C. Ahi to R. F. Lange, dated February 28th. 1898, for $1000 as of record in said Registry Office in Li ber 174. page 446. . 6-10 interest in co-partner.hlp known as Look Hop & Co., owners of the lease made by J. R. Gllliland to Hee Leong and Hung Tau, dated Octo ber 16t.h, 1899, of premises at corner of Kukui and River streets (58 feet on Kukui street and 179 feet on River street), and recorded in said Registry Office, in Liber 197, page 347. Term of lease, 25 years from November 1st, 1S99. at a rental of $50 per month. Subject to mortgage to Lewers & Cooke for $2500 as of record In said Registry Of fice in Liber 220, page 24. See Estate of Chine Ahi. deceased, in probate record of Uupreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii, No. $150. Honolulu, Oahu. CHAS. F. CHILLINGWORTH. 2$4 Deputy Sheriff, Ter. of Hawaii. jlOUTGiGFU'N NOT HE OF FORECLOSURE. IN ACCORD ANCH WITH THE provisions of a certain mortgage made by the HAWAIIAN AUTOMOBILE COMPANY. LIMITED, to CASTLE AND COOKE. LIMITED, dated the 24th day of May, 190L. recorded Liber 220, page 8; notice ia hereby given that the mortgagee intends to foreclose the same for condition broken, to wit : the 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 or W. R. CASTILE, attorney for mortgagee. Dated Honolulu. August 1, 1902. CASTLE AND COOKE, LIMITED, Mortgagee. The premises covered --by this mort' ear? consist of: r First: All that lot ot land, De:ng a portion of the premises covered by ADana 1 it Royal Patent 6695 on L. C. Award 247 to C. Kanalna for William C. Lunalilo. situate on the makal side of . Kins street in Honolulu. Oahu, Ter rltorv of Hawaii, adjoining the south easterly line of-the lot used by the street -department of 'the Government, in th block bounded by King. Punch bowl. Queen : and Militant streets; ana havine a front of eighty-two (82) reel on said King street and an area of fight thousand ' trix hundred and flrty-six (8656) square feet or 198-1000 acre. Second: A lot adjoining tne scanner ly or makal side of the first lot afore said fthe two together forming one large lot) being premises more fully de scribed in Royal Patent 5701 on l,. Award 37 to Kuluwallehua. containing S22-1000 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: 11 H. P. O. E. Co. Direct Current Mo tor. 1 2 H. P. G. B. Co. Direct current Motor. 1 6-40-260 O. E. Co. Generator. 320 am pere, direct connected to a Mcintosh A Seymour Horizontal Engine, 11 x 12". 2 Blue Vermont Marbl Panel Switch Boards, fitted with 2 500 ampere Overland Circuit Breakers. &oo ampere unaerioua v-m-uu era. 2 Thompson Astatic Voltmeters, 150 volt. 2 Bristol Recording Voltmeters with cards. 2 Bristol Recording Voltmeters. 2 Main Switches. 1 Thompson Astatic Ammeters, 1 Station Recording "Walt Meter. 1 Card Itepist.anre i;ox. 1 22-ft 2000-!bs. Traveling Crane. 1 L'OPO-ib. Pnt-umatie Motor Hoit. 1-Krea.st Pnounratlc Drill. Chain j 1 Worthlngton Watfr Meter. ilStratton Steam Separator. Zr' with ' gate valve. 19 Clals. of acid-proof Mogul paim. 1 Office Safe. I Office Furniture. ' Sundry Klectrical Fittings. 5 Electrical -Runabout-To Batteries, j Automobile RunabouU No Batteries. - . V1LL1A.U Jl'lilll'jl liUUMfj NO. K. OF P. THEP.E WILL BE A HE gular convention of the above named Lodge Saturday even ing, Ant 9, in Harmony Hall, at 720. WOItK IN THE E IIiST AND SECOND KANK. Members of Oahn No. 1 and Mystic No. 2 and all sojourning brotbere fire invited to attend, n. .!. GRKGORY, TT. of R. & S. POWER OF ATTORNEY. DURING MY ABflCNCE FROM Ho nolulu J. F. Soper will act for me u i der fu'.l power ef attorney. (Binned) J. H. SOPKR. AUff. t, 1M2. 633 ' RICH LAND IN Central K ona FOR SALE Br order of REINNE RODANXT, Trustee, I offer for sale tltoae certain parcels of land situate at OnouU, Boat Kona, Island of Hawaii, drcrib4 fca Royal Patent (Grant) No. U to F. O,' Schulxe, and containing 174 acre. Roy al Patent (Grant) No. 2S62 to Awahua and containing 739 73-100 acre. Bltu&la at Keopuka and Onoull. Island of iU . waiL This Is a tract of land of over $11 acres, situated In the most fertile aa richest portion of the Island of U avail. It faces the new Government road, ex tends to the sea, and la five minutes walk from Kealakekua Bay, by way of the old Government road which ran through the property Portions of tha land art already under cultivation. This tract Is so situated that It la' about midway between Kallua aad ; Hookena, and five miles from Napoo- . poo, three most Important porta of tha :' Kona district. It has aufflclent eleva tion, running up to fourteen buodr4 feet, to be particularly healthful, and lbs soil la well adapted to the growth. : of sugar cane, coffee, frultt, dairying,-, or for the promotion ' of diversified farming. Occupants of this land have easy ac- ' cess to several ports . for export, and with the advent of the Kona Railroad., will find themselves In close comma nlcatlon with the thriving City of HUo. This, of couse, affords a splendid op- - portunlty for the exporting of farm products to the California market. With the revival of the Konn.Kurar Co., considerable portions of this land can be successfully planted to sugar cane. This Is one of tbe most splendid op portunities for a good Investment that has been put upon the market for a considerable period of time. Further particulars of JAMES F MORGAN, 65 QUEEN STREET. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL, BANK OF HAWAII. AT HONOLULU, IN TIID TERRITORY OF HAWAII, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS, . JULY 16TII. 1902. Resources Loans and discounts $797,613 70 Overdrafts, secured and un secured . . 31,035 If IT. B. bonds to secure circu lation . . , 60,000 04 U. 8 bonds to secure U. 8. deposits 200.000 00 Premiums on IT. S. bonds .... 10,000 00 Banking house, furniture and- fixtures i ,000 00 Due from State banks .and bankers . ......... .". . . : . .' . . 97,348 28 Due from approved reserve agents . . . 1 .j .v.. 'J. rl,Z3S 7 Checks and other cash items.. 22,001 22 Notes of other National bank 210 00 Fractional, paper M nickels and cents 202 60 Lawful Money .Reserve In Bank, viz.: ' Specie . IWS'.rO T Legal tender -notes. 170- 00 185,877 10 Redemption fund with JJ. 8. Treasurer (5 per cent of cir culation) . . 2.600 00 Total; k... $1,427,077 02 Liabilities 1 ' ' " Capital stock paid in ..$500,000 00 Surplus fund . '. ......' 60,000 00 Undivided profits, less ex penses and taxes paid 800 64 National Bank notes out standing 18.500 0 Dividends unpaid . 170 00 Individual deposits subject to check 458.IW 96 Demand certificates of deposit 15641 7 Certified checks 2.272,77 United States deposits 182,239 72 Deposits of U. 8. disbursing officers ......... 26,986 73 Llabllltlea other than.thosw Above stated ' Total ,$1,427.077 02 Territory of Hawaii. Island of Oahu, ss: I. W. G. Cooper. Cashier of the above namod bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. W. O. COOPER. Cashier. CORRECT Attest: M. P. ROBINSON, O. J. WALLER, L. L., M'CANDLESS, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before m this 30th day of July, 1IH2. GEO. L.-BIGELOW. . Notary Public. NOTICE. A ' SPECIAL MEETING' Ol Till.' stockholders of the Plonker Mill Com pany, Limited, will be hHd at the offic- of II. Hackfcld & C., Ltd., in t'ie i ity of Honolulu, on Saturday, August Pith. 12. at 10 o'cloek a. m., for the 'purpor-- of considering and voting upon the fol lowing proposition, to wit: To in crease the bonded Indebtedness f t'i Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd., and to b -:i'l tM. property and as-t of saM c nminy for that' purpose and to determ'ne bv vote any and all iuctlur) n'-.jefHH,r or proper to effectuate the FaJd proj sitlon, or which may be inc ident th ro to, that may prorerly come before s;til meeting. . V. KIAJU', Secretary. Honolulu, T. H.. August 6th. 1902. IN t'O HE TAX. I AM ABOUT TO BRING AN Ac tion in Judge Estee's court on beha.r of fifty-six corporations and individ uals of Honolulu to enjoin the Terri torial Treasurer from collecting any lnrcm tar from the complains ntr on th rrouna that the lrcomw tax law i In violation of the United States Con stitution and the act of Congress or pp.r.lzlrg IfviHli Territory. All who "slre to ;' i In this nation and vail ther-sclves of Its benefits. If sureessful. re Invited to call at my office, 6'H fitarrr.wald bulldlnir. THOHfAS FITCH. Honolulu. Aug. 4, 102. ' ' -1 . 1.' ' i. ; J ) .t It ' . Is II ; ,r i 9 i