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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, -AUGUST-. 14. igoa. I I X X t r i x iLX I ,' '. WkvV Which has proved eo successful in clearing land of acific Hardware M M M t M t t nrnirare Genuine Mahogany Dressers, Dressing Table?, Parlor Cabinets and Ladies' Fine X Desks. All new and choice .. X goods. Some of these are re- j X productions from old designs. : . x I Crumb Cloths and Art Squares for the dining room. We X have thesa in light cool colors at prices unheard of before. - Our Rug Stcck $ ia complete. We keep every- X thing from a cheap Jute rug to an imported Royal Wilton. A large assortment of patterns and sizes. J ' Furniture Covering .in select patterns.; Window Shades Porch Screens Matting- Our Upholstering . and Repairing Department is finit class in every parti ' cular. m l J. Hopp&Co, LEADING FURNITURH DEALERS. Corner King- and Bethel Sts. x t t M t t t t Castle & Cooke LIFE and FIBE ineuranee Agents. .aiNT ron ISW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO OW 20SY0N STNA FIRE INSURANCE CO, OF 2L4.RTTORD. Ice Delivered to any part of the City. Island orders promptly filled. Hoffman & Markhain rlokon Blue till. P. O. Bx ICl Office: Kewalo. Which has proved ho successful in clearing land of iantana was introduced by the PACIFIC -HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, a little more than a year ago and ha3 the endorsement of those who have used it. The several invoices of Grabbers already received have been disposed of so promptly on arrival that they have not been advertised. , - A .fesr 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 freeing hia land of Iantana should correspond with the Fort Street, Honolulu. The NEW ENGLAND BAKERY have enlarged and refitted thefr popular Dining Room in order to accommodate their many cus tomers. handsome private rooms for ladies, with Electric Lights and Fans Cool and Pleasant. LIGHT LUNCHEON served, suitable for this climate and at such prices that only a First-class Bakery could afford to make. Including- the finest cup of coffee in, the city. i ' - GIVE US A CALL. Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. " AGKNTS FOB Th Ew Plantation Oo. The Walalua Agricultural Co., ktl Th Koaala Sugar Oo. The Walmea 8 agar Mill Co. Tlie Fulton Iron Works, St. bmu Mo. Tlie Standard Oil Co. . The George F. Blake 8tio Pan Weston' Centrifugal. The New England Mutual Life U urance Co. of Borton. The Aetna Fixe Insurance C. Hartford, Conn. The Alliance Arance Ce. f Com. ' Kona Pineapples Kona Papaias Kona Onions From famous Buchholz plantation on Hawaii. Also Fresh Kona Taro. L'F. STERNEItlANN Fort St. opp. Club Stables. Phone Blue 511. WATCHES DURABLE and ACCiURA i B The KeystoneWatca Ca Co. iii6Mtr PhilaCelphiz.U.S.A tma.ricA's, flJ.-Jfst and a"7V Largest Watch Factory Jii The Principal Watch JL Hawaiian islands FLEUR-DE-LIS Ice Cream Parlors Alakea St., between King and HoteL i G. E. 310RSK & COMPAXTt . PHONE BLUE 1SIL Our wagoa "will deliver orders promptly without extra charge. Special attention given to supplying Receptions, Parties, Weddings and Church Gatherings. Go., Ltd, i 4fJ V. 1 Eye Acc u racy If there is one business i ji jt . more man anoiner requir ing careful and accurate attention, that business is the fitting and making rf glasses to correct visual defects, and that such care is given in my optical de- partment is fully evident ced by the constantly grow ing clientage. As already advertised, I am now devoting my en- tire time to the optical de- 1 partment, making that a leading feature of my bus- 4 ines, tcatching each de- X tan, jrom trie jitung to the finishing of glasses, so no error can creep in. If a perfect knowledge of the eye and its needs, applied in a conscie?itious manner will give perfect results, you may safely entrust your difficult op tical work to this depart- ment. X '4 4 BUI 13 X !? ! ! 1. i FORT STREET. Jed PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Fine Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. First Class Work Guaranteed V a -V f "TT" r-m a r- a m s J.IMIt ED- MOTT-aMTTH BLOCK. Corner Fort and Hotel Btreeta. iingWoOhanOo Xhony Fura!tur, Cigars and Tobaccos, Citlneie and Japanese Tu, Crockery, Mattings. V&ses. Camphorwoo Tnsak Kattan Chairs. ifLKS AND SATTNS OJ ALL KIND8. in Nnaaat tr i mm TRUE BILLS Grand Jury Makes Preliminary Report. The grand jury made a preliminary report to Judge Gear yesterday after noon returning thirteen true bills and nine cases ignored. The report is as follows: "To the Honorable Circuit Court aforesaid. The grand jury respectfully reports that no bills of indictment have been found in the following cases: "Tertitory vs. Sam Paahao, assault with weapon; Territory vs. Susumaga, assaul with weapon; Territory vs. Keamoku, assault with weapon; Terri tory vs. Sam Hi, malicious injury; Ter ritory vs. Un Gin, larceny second de gree; Territory vs. Kolomona, larceny second degree; Territory vs. B. Hart man, larceny second degree; Territory vs. Huliliia alias Huliia, larceny sec-. ond degree. "The grand Jury further reports that true bills have been found in thirteen cases and the said bills are herewith turned into court. "GEO. T. KLUEGEL, "Foreman Grand Jury." THE TRUE BILLS. The following are the true bills . re turned: Cheong Kwai Assault with intent to murder. Defendant Is alleged to have shot one, Fong Quane. Umemoto Assault With Intent to commit murder. Defendant is charged with having stabbed a Japanese wo man named Hachiyo. R. Duncan Ma.'icious injury. Dun can is said to have torn down a frame ; stable, valued at iZQO, and belonging for improvements. to Annie Akong. . The Ex-Queen says. further that the Antone Perry Seduction. ' Hannah service rendered to defendant by plain Tripp is the complaining witness. I tiff and his wife was without promise Benjamin Haaheo Assault and bat-jof pay, for the reason that petitioner tery with weapon. Haaheo is alleged to was tinder obligations to respondent for have wounded Rebecca Houghtalling ; financial assistance rendered, which with a shot gun. had never been repaid. LUiuokalanl Jose Reveira and Chlto Burglary says further "That she allowed said first degree. The defendants are al- petitioner and his said wife to occupy leged to have broken into the store of said premises without demanding rent rsno TCim. and to . bav stolen two on account. of the close friendship' ex- watches valued at eleven" dollars. William Reed Assault and battery mis respondent, aim uy rasun ui wie with a weapon. Jerry Cronin is the fact that she believed that said peti comDlainine witness, allefxlng that Reed tioner was in poor circumstances finan- stabbed him. Floreno Andino, Manuel Moral and Kalno Martin Assault with weapon. The defendants are alleged to have wounded Ueda Takematsu; the last two named aiding Andino. 4 .. . William Pangeily Assault and' bat- tery with weapon. The defendant is- alleged to have assaulted Thomas Dun- kin with a knife.'. Ah Sang Larceny second degree. De - fendant is alleged to have stolen silver valued at two dollars from George 'Haffner. Ah Sang Larceny second degree, Stealing jewelry worth twenty-two dol - lars from O. Dletz. Ah Cheong Larceny of jewelry worth $15 from Geo. Haff ner. s . jose iveveiio, x,iicchj vi jen ..,, worth $3o from Isaac Louis Cockctt. RELEASED ON TECHNICALITIES, Two prisoners defended by F. M. Brooks were released yesterday byj Judge Gear -upon a directed verdict, because of legal technicalities. - j Tn the caf of Winer Sinsr. who was with heedless driving and sen- tenced to pay a fine of ten dollars by Judge Wilcox, the jury was directed to bring a verdict of acquittal because of the insufficiency of the complaint fll- fa In the District Court. The complaint failed to specify that the defendant's i.icc ririnr u.i 'n'orniii tn the life and safety of another" and this objecting to the one given for appear omission Judge Gear held to be suffi-.ance at the trial. cient to set aside Judge Wilcox's sen- Bishop Ropert has been given ten tence. t ft wiohimntn flnni l-o hv ... I miebt be from eighty to ninety per cent . i;r,.,i,1 hnf li novr seen milk Of 5? hari teat- I 1 Cl aiUtlUUl U lltUU VU.l V wi- good deal of the lacteal fluid, Judge Gear granted Brook's motion for a directea veraict or acquittal. Under the court's ruling it will be al most impossible to secure further con- victior.s for the sale of adu'terated milk, as a ninety per cent liquid test would allow lee way for considerable added water. VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. A verdict of acquittal was returned yesterday in the case of Frank Le Bron charged with vagrancy. A small boy who was arrested at the same time as Le Bron was sent to Reform School. He told the court yesterday that he liked the place and was willing to re main. CONTEST FOR A CHILD. There was a contest yesterday in Circuit Court over the custory of a child, the son of John Gouveis who was recently divorced from his wife. : The ex-wife petitioned for the custody of the child, which the father had' tak en, there having been no order made at the hearing of the divorce case. ; Judge Gear denied the motion, it ap-1 pearing that the child was being well ; treated by uouveia tnough ne disclaim ed the parentage of the boy. , REPORT ON BISHOP MUSEUM. Judge Wilcox for selling watered miiK v,o. vs. jdhh cuumci the jury was directed to acquit be-J Judge Robinson made an order yes cause of a definition cf the Century die- terday allowing J. A. Magoon, epend tionary that milk is from eighty to thrift guardian of Rebecca Panee, to ninety per cent of liquid. Food Com- build a house for the use of his ward, missioner Shorey testified that the milk The money so spent must however be showed 89.90 liquid and but 10.1 of obtained from the sale of a $4,500 note solids, and that ten per cent of water of Lizzie Keola at not less than par, had been added. When the Century and one given by Enoch Johnson for dictionary was introduced. Shorey stat- $500. The house is to be built on King Ml that as a eeneral proposition, milk street at a cost of $4,000, the plana to H. Thompson, as master, made a Kohala Telephone Co., Ltd.. th follow Lengthy report yesterday upon the ac- injr officers were re-elected for the en- counts of the trustees or the Kisnop Museum. The report was approved by Judge Humphreys and Thompson al lowed a fee of $275. Accompanying the report was evi dence as to Oahu Plantation bonds In which part of the funds have been in vested by the trustees. August Ahrens. manager of the plantation, testified that the property was In good shape. mat ine iator situation Is good, and that the dividend this year, estimatln at the present price of sugar, 'would be one-half of one per cent. Cecil Brawn of. the First National Bank. C. M. Cooke of the Bank of Ha waii and fl I. Spalding of Spreckels bank all testified that the bonds of the Oarm Sugar Co., were an-iply se cured. The master's recommendations that the report be accepted and he Invest ments approved were accepted by Jude Humphrey. ANSWER IN HOLT CASK. A demurrer was filed vesterday bv' some of the hairs sued in the bill to sA ' aside the probate of the will of Robert William Holt. The defendants alleee: "That.sa'.d petitioners have not in' and by their paid petition made or stat ed such a cause as entitles them or either of them to the relief prayed for or an3' relief In respect to the matters in said petition stated. "That it appears In and by said pe tition that paid . petitioners are estop ped by their own laches and the laches of those under whom they claim from the right of bein heard upon the mat ters set up in said petition." HANKEY SUED FOR DEBT. Bishop & Co. yesterday filed suit against Frederick W. Hankey claiming the sum of five hundred dollars with interest at eight per cent, from June 23rd. 1502. The suit is on a note for that amount given by defendant to Samuel M. Damon and by him assigned to Bishop & Co. Elizabeth K, Pratt yesterday began suit against T. Ahin and Tee Ham, partners under the name of Y. Ahin & Co., claiming the sum of $330 alleged to be due for rent upon certain lands at Waialua. Chu Gem has sued Young Chee and Young Pow doing business under the firm name of Wing Mow Chan for fore closure of mortgage given to secure five notes of $1,000 each. The property so mortgaged consists of buildings, etc., in a lease given by J. A. Magoon. LIL1UOKALANI MAKES ANSWER. An answer was filed yesterday by Ex-Queen LUiuokalanl to the bill of C. B. Wilson to declare a trust for cer tain property at Walkikl claimed by him. She denies that she made no en deavors to sell the land, but says the property was sold to Cecil Brown for $4,400. She disclaims also any knowl edge as to the petitioner expending $I00 J istlng between petitioner's wife and. daily and could ill afford to pay rent." CIRCUIT COURT NOTES. Malie Keka has filed her report as I administratrix of the estate of Maria ,Ko a showing property worth $4,147. Among the items listed are "1 horse j (oId and bUnd $10).. and A goid watch (OUt cf order $15)." . j A discontinuance has been filed in the divorce case of Solomon A. Hiram 1 vg Kaupena H. Hiram, j Tne wm of h. Harrison was filed or probate yesterday, with a petition jfor the appointment of Cecil Brown as administrator. The estate is valued at j j7 000 To nls daughter Phoebe, wife of ! Samuel Johnson, decederft leaves $10; to hla son nenry James Is given the donkey engines and property used in hlq stPVf.df)re business. TO nls wire IS; siven one-third of the remainder, and the balance then remaining goes to the son Henry James. An answer was filed yesterday by J. M. McChesmey in the case of Queen's Hospital vs. waiKim una ana i-oan Association et al. The children of John Uml have asked for a court order reimbursing Milla Perry for money expended for their support. A motion for a new. trial nas Deen niea in tne case oi vvuiiam Dcnneiuei. Judge oear nas oraerea mat a. newuy or maxai siae oi me iirsi ioi uvic bona De given, me Attorney uenmi aays lunner unie lu 1 in the case of Oahu Railway and Land ft 1- T C . v n m r oi be approved by Becky. Judge Itoqjnson nas ueciareu viitr w tate of H. C. Norton insolvent upon! - the petition of G. F. Morgan, ah oraer j for a pro rata attribution or ine amount on nana, a-i.yj, was mauc. The 'hearing of the case of Lum Ah2 Lee vs. A V. SAniifir .f fl 1 aftictn TOT iter ritrhts ' Judge Ro- juage xiu damages for trespass on wa Is still dragging on before binson. HAWAIIAN TRIBE. NO. 1, 1.0.R.M THE KEOUIiAR meeting- of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, T. O. It. M will tTFe I'lfico this Thursday) evening, Aujj. 14 1902. at 7: SO o'clock, at St. Antonio LI all, Vine yard street. ExcemtiincHtion of the Secret Work. Visiting brothers and menilH-rs of the Trile are respectfully invited to &t tend all meetings. Per order. JOHANNES F. ECKARDT. P. S., Chief of Records. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. AT TTTK ANNUAL MEETING OF sum,, veai Mr. John Hind. President. Mr. E. C. Bond. Vice Prrsident. G. P. Tulloch, Secretary and Treasur er. Mr. W. P. McDougall. Auditor. Mr. H. II. Renton, Mr. R. II. Naipo, ! Directors for thre years. CVn V TTTT.T.Or'TT. Pec'y Kohala Trlpphon Co., Ltd. Kohala, August 5th. 19C2. 6244 I RICH LAND IN- ; Central Kona FOR SALE ' Py ordr ot REIXNH nODAVET. Trust,ee' , cfTer 'or als to ertt , . ?'ate at unouu. tixam Kona. Island of Hawaii. dcrtt4 t Royal Patent (Grant) No. 1162 t F. OS, Fchulze, and containing l'i acr. Roy al Patent (Grant) No. 2862 to AwUat and containing 739 73-100 acre. itiwU at Keopuka and Onoull. Ialiud ot Ha waii. This is i. nd of orr KM acres, situated in the most fertU aa4 richest portion of the Island of UtirtS. It facs the ew Government road mx tends to the sea, and la five mlaulee" walk from Kealakekua Bay, by way. of the old Government road whJcfc rana through the property. Portions of ihm land are already under cultivation. This tract is so situated that tt la about midway between Kaiiua Hookena, and five miles from Kapo poo, three most important port of thm Kona district. It has sufficient eiersy tlon, running up to fourteen hundred feet, to be particularly healthful, maM Its soil Is well adapted to the rrowtSj of sugar cane, coffee, fruits, dtiryinat. or for the promotion of dlveraUU farming. Ooevpants of this land have e4xy ac cess t several ports for export, aa with the advent of the Kona Rallroa will find themselves in close commu nication with the thriving City of UDa This, of couse, affords a splendid op portunity for the exporting cf farm products to the California markets. With the revival of the Kcna Srsa Co., considerable portions of thia lajt4 can be successfully planted to ruxaj cane. This Is one of the most splendid 9 portunlties for a good investment that has keen put upon the market for considerable period of time. Further particulars of JAMES F M03GAH, ' 65 QUEEN STREET. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE 04" FOIIECLDSVIIE. IN ACCORDANCE WITH TUB provisions of a certain mortgage tbsmS by the HAWAIIAN AUTOMOHIUB COMPANY. LIMITKD, to CASTXH AND COOKB, LIMITED, dated tbm 24th day of May, 1901, recorded Liber 228, page ; notice la hereby given Uiat the mortgsgee intends to foreclose lb same for condition broken, to wit.: Omi non-payment of both interest and rta clpaL Notice is likewise given that after the expiration of three week from the data of this notice, .the property conveyed by said mortgage will be advertised for sale at public auction, at the action rooms of James F. Morgan in Homo lulu, on Monday, the 1st day of Sep tember, 1902, at 12 noon of said day. Further particulars can be had of V7. R. CASTLE, attorney for mortgagee. Dated Honolulu, August 1, 1902. CASTLE AND COOKE, LIMITED. ... . Mortgagee. J The premises covered by this mort gage consist of; First: All that lot of land, being' a . i r.n,rr.-A i ADana 7 Df Roval Patent E695 on L. C i Award 247 to C. Kanatna for William C. Lunalilo, 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 Oovernmest, in the block bounded by King, Punch- , . 't. - , nav,nf? a front of elghty-two 82 fert jon Bald Klng 8treet and an Brpa of thousand six hundred and nfty-sia. . (ggr,6) square feet or 19S-1000 acre. Eecona: A lot aajoming me booiiht- - saiu muc iwu iuBu forming" on large lot) being premises more fully de scribed In Royal Patent 6701 on Lb C Award R7 to Kuluwallehua, containing 222-1000 acre, together with the One aoncrete building standing upon paid ( 1 m ' Third: The following personal erty and effects now lying in said build ing: 1 1 H. P. G. K. Co. Direct Current Jfa tot. 1 2 II. P. G. E. Co. Direct Curreat Motor. 1 I-40-2C0 O. E. Co. Generator, 820 aas- pere, direct connected to a MelnUmh ' & Seymour Horizontal Engine, XI x 12V 2 Blue Vermont Marble Panel Swltek Boards, fitted with 2 600 ampere Overland Circuit Breakers. a boo amnert underload Circuit Break erj. ...... Thompson Asiatic vonmevero, ti A ... Bristol Recording Toltmetors wit CUIUS. Bristol Recording Voltmeters. 3 Switches, Thompson Astatic Ammotcr. 1 Station Recording Walt Meter. ll Card Resistance Box. 1 22-ft. 2000-lbs. Traveling Crane. 1 20C0-lbs. Pneumatic Motor Cbaia Hoist. 1 Breast Pneumatic Drill. 1 Worthington Water Meter. 1 Stratton Steam Separator, 3". with. gate valve. 10 Gals, of acid-proof Mogul paint. 1 OfTce Safe. Office Furniture. Sundry Electrical Fittings. 6 Electrical Runabouts No Batterlea. Automobile Runabouts No Batteries. Hawaii Shinpo Sha THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRI?TT Ing office. The publisher of HasraH Shinpo, the only daily Janese paper published in the Territory of Hawaii. C. PHIOZAWA. Prcprieta. T. BOG A. Editor Editorial and Printing Ofnce KX Smith St.. above King. P. O Box Wi. Telephone Main 7. K0T!CE ANT WOMAN OR GTRL NEEDING blip or advice, is Invited to eomma rifote ithw In cer"n or by letfer. Ulth EnHgn Hattte E. Irrahoe. ma tron of the Salvation Army Woiaui nt (V.o Balvatk Industrial Home, 488 Klnr street f nolulu.