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(THE PACIFIC jrbMMERCIAC ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, AUGUST 20, i$oj.
.a I a- t x . X Steel Giant Grabber! A SUCCESS I 1 'mmm I v4v$ acme Hardware -u., Fort Street, Honolulu. m . ii w iiMBsmsm Fine il Furniture Genuine Manogany Dressers, Dressing Tables, Parlor Cabinets and Ladies' Desks. All new and choice goods. Some of these are re productions from old designs. Crumb Cloths and Art Squares for the dining room. "We "t" have these in'light cool colors X at prices unheard of before. x . t Our Rug Stcck is complete. We keep every thing from a cheap Jute rug to an imported Royal Wilton. A large assortment of patterns t-. and sizes. f t Furniture Covering in select patterns. Window Shades 4 Porch Screens X Matting: i i Our Upholstering 4 and Repairing 1 Uo. Department aoa. is first class in every parti cular. I J.Hopp&Co. LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS. Comer King and Bethel Sts. tie & 00 ke 1 LIFE and FIKE Insurance Agents. AGENTS FOB pup fwr.T.iNn MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO OW BOSTON ETNA FTRE INSURANCE CO OV Z1RTTOBD. AMU IlCE e& Ice Delivered to any part of thf City. v Island orders promptly filled. Which has proved bo successful in clearing land of lantana was introduced by the PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED, a little more than a jear ago and ha-j the endorsement of tboej who have used it. The several invoices of "Grubbers already received have been disposed of so promptly on arrival that they have not been advertised. A fe of the No. 2 size are now in stock and a eupply of No. 1 are expected at Anv one interested in freeing his land of lantans. should correspond with the. - NEW ENGLAND have enlarged and refitted their 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 afTord to make, including the finest cup of coffee In the city. GIVE US A CALL Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. -AGKjm FOR Tha Ewa Plantation Co. TLe WaJalua Asrtculiur&l 0.f itl- Tn Konala Suiar Co. , The Waimea Sugar Mill Co. The Fulton Iron Work, Si. Tho Standard uu tw- m The George F. blstt Steam Paip. Weston' CentrilugaiJ. The N-aw England Mutual Li I lurance Co. ot JJotton. . The Aetna inre inurnc Hartford, Conn.' The Aliliknce AMnraac - NEW STORE NEW GOODS Fine Line of Groceries L. F. STERN EM ANN Fort Skopp. Club Ptables. pnone Blue 511. WATCHES OURABLB and ACCURATE IS TteKcystor.XatchCaseCo. t...!.. Philadefphia.U.S.A j.rpri.n's C!d?st and Largest VJatc'n Factory -v'i - " For sale by r DeaUrs in Hawaiian i; .anas FLEUR-DE-LIS Ice Cream Parlors AlaJcea St., between King and HoteL G. E. MORSE C()MPAM. PHONE BLUE 18IL Our wagon will deliver order. promptly without extra charge. . Receptions, parties, Cb.xirch Gatherings. - . Tt & i T CM ATn aa early date: 4 i 1 .4 4 4 t Eye Accuracy: 7 there is one, business more than another requir ing careful and accura'e attention, that business is the fitting and making (f glasses to correct visual defects-and that such care is given in my optical de partment is fully eviden ced hy the constantly groic ina clientaae. As already advertised, 4 1 am now devoting my en tire time to the optical de partment, making that a leading feature of my bus iness, watching each de tail, from the fitting to the finishing of glasses, so no error can creep in. If a perfect knowledge of the eye and its needs, applied in a conscientious 1 manner Kill give perfect t results, yo'i may safely 1 entrust your difficult 'op- . tical uork to this depart- mcnt. i i 1 flilli FOBT STREET. t 1 4-4- t r- PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Fins Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. ircit Class Work Guarantee1 .JtiOTOdRAPHIC yO., M07'T-PUITH BLOCK, Caracr Fort and Hotel Ktreet. ifigioChan&Oo 4037 Furtiirur. CiraJ Tobacco. Chlnexe and Japans Tac, Crockery, Mattlnr. Vates. CamphorooJ Tru5f Rattan Clialrf. :ILKS AKD STINS or Kims. 1 1 i iiiiii I An Excellent Musical Program at St. Clements'. St. Clement's Parish house at Puna- hou was the scene last evening of a v- most aengntiui entertainment wnicn ; took the. form of a musical soiree, fol lowed by a dance for the young people of the parish, which was as much en joyed by the older persons present as those from whom it was really intend ed. The program was one which did not fail to please the auditors. The stage portion of the parish house was filled with potted plants, consisting for the most part of spread ing palms and masses of ferns, tho overhead beams being twined about with the clinging parasite vine. The ...,4.x. a t L l .L nao ticvuidl.ru Willi - V 1 1 1 1 I J( d:i aim t British flags and strings of signal CaSTS completed the stage picture. Breezes swept through the auditorium, keeping The opening number was a piano solo. "The Blue Bells of Scotland," played in an admirable manner by Mrs. j I J. Guild. Miss Stokes rendered a vocal ed. Miss Stokes is a comparative new- comer, and has rarely been heard in I T.nll! ha Vina a r-Vm rmlni- vnine nnri I . x., j,,-.., . . t a valuable addition to the musical coiony. L,iuie Louise .aici-anny, array- i ed in the most fetching of Highland j costumes. danced the Highland Fling on the riano by Mrs. Alice Brown. She in a captivating manner, accompanied went through the Intricate evolutions so well that she was compelled to re spond to an encore. ' j Paul Isenberg was most generously appla-iled for his rendition of "Her Majesty," a selection which called Into play the full power of his. melodious voice. He responded to an encore by sinking a German song. Miss Kulu manu Ward sane sweetly "Good-Bye. Sweet Day." Her voice, rich and sweet of tone, was heard at its best, and she received a full measure of applause. Mr. Muller convulsed the audience with his comical selection, "Tom Tit," which he followed later with a quaint ballad, and kept the audience continually in laughter with his splendid acting. The program was concluded with a charm ing duet by Miss Stokes and Curzon Usborne. The Rev. John Usborne, pastor of St. Clement's, announced that the young people desired to, conclude the evening's enlovment with dancing, and the chairs were then removed, the floor jpowdered and to the enlivening strains of a quin- tette club, a merry hour was speni up- on the floor. During the Intervals of dancing lemonade was served. havFfound A WAY OUT (Continued from Page 1.) ... rl .tr.-,-iA Ktr fii-f tin Ausrust 20. 1901. and in which the plaintiff claims to have incurred a loss or jl.buu. Tn Ko rlcplaratinn it Is set forth that in July and August. 1901. the plaintiff was engaged in the construction of a two-story frame building at the corner mentioned and had expended upon it the sum of $12,500 when it was destroy ed On July 20. 1901. in consideration of the payment by the plaintiff to de fendant of the premium of $150, the de fondant bv its acents. Henry Water- house & Co.. executed and delivered to plaintiff its contract or policy of insur in writing, number 1.347,824, whereby it insured the plaintiff for the term of one year against loss or dam rp hv fwe- while in the course of con struction for 53000. On AUgusc v, wiuie it is alleged the policy was in run iorce " V .. 'a Am-oA anH ana uniorieueu aim uuaun ci.uir. v.. tv, hniiriin was wholly finished I completed, the same was almost and ontirpiv rtpstroved bv Rre. The plain tiff alleses that it iurnisna proor ul the loss, but that defendant refused to nav the sum. Other sums of insurance are mentioned as having- oeen iahi ju. with the same company, amounting in all to $5000. COURT NOTES. The annual reDort of the trustees of tv,: r- Tt. Risr.on trust was nieu j- terday, showing receipts of ?41,400.09 and expenditures of $31,007, leaving a balance of ?7392. The expenditures were chiefly for the various churcnes aim . . . . : . . -1 .1 . . . 1 fill- In charitaDie orgamzauuns piu.ium -.- trut. Of this, 50,000 went to me p.nar,i of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association Answer has been filed in the cases of t ATT'arc cn.-ik? vs. Lin rat el ai Answer making general denial of the counter-claim has been filed .by Paln- trf in y,a faaa nf ti. scnuman S. . Petition for order or saie oi reai es- tote hn been made by J. LIghtroot, aa ministrator of the estate of J. K. Kau rt n m n nil ' KICk. liltii ... Petition has been hiea in me case m Marearet Cullen vs. T. F. Lansing, to perpetuate the testimony of Sylvester Cullen as to real estate tines, unc is said to be old and teeDie ana up wards of 80 years of age. A COLD AT THIS SEASON la 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. SHERIFF'S NOTICE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the '-Sheriff's Sale" in re the Hawaiian j AND COOk e. LIMITED. 'Star Newspaper Association, Limited. 24th day of May, lWt, recr.- tjtc vs. S. W. Lederer, advertised in the ,"-. rafee S; notice Is hert-t-y ri Facific Commercial Advertiser, a news- Wne intends to for' tf ' . same for condition broken, to rtz paper published in the English lan- . non-payment of both interest r-A Bxia guage in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, (c!pnl. Territory of Hawaii, and of general fot!e is likewise given that tTitre ..." ,1 t i i , . , t ! expiration of three weeks from CS circulation on said Island of Oahu. to of thg noUc the proj,erty fv, take place at 12 o'clock noon of Mon- ty said mortgage will be adverted tat day, the Sth day of July, A. D. 1902. sale at public auction, at tk .vrCswi at the police station. Kalakaua Hale. I rooms of James F. Morgan, ia X , ,T , , , . , , i lulu, on Monday, the 1st osy lo in said Honolulu and postponed from ; t(?n,bf r 1,02i at 12 noon cf etW ixT time to time thereafter, by a public j declaration thereof each time, was, by ja public dec laration, at 12 o'clock noon 'of Tuesday, the' 19th day of August, A. D. 1S02, at the said police station, post poned to 12 o'clock noon of Thursday, the 21st day of August, A. D. 1902, at the place aforesaid. A. M. BROWN. High Sheriff, Ter. of Hawaii. Honolulu, Oahu, "August 19th, A. D. 1902. 6231 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE : FIRST CIRCUIT. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, t- AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE. Tn the matter of the Estate of J. K. Kaunamano, deceased. Order to' - show cause why order for sale o( real estate should not be granted. J Jirhtfoot. Administrator or tne estate of J. K. Kaunamano, deceased - . , , . , , having filed his petition herein, duly venfied praying for an order of sale j of the real estate of the said deceased, V. ,,v the tude 111 13 tiici t A. is a. V- - of the said Ccurt that all persons in- terested in the estate of the said de- ppaspil annear before the said Court on U,,. th ,-th dav of sectember. A. D. 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., of said J f .V.o Hniirf TlnncA in Honolulu. "!;VJ -V -u.. rr,,r.r nf TTawnii. to' show cause, if any they have, why an order should not be granted to the said J. Lisrhtfoot to sell as much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall h necessary, and that a COpy Of this order be pubiisnea at leasi once a. rrn successive weeks, in the Ta- commercial Advertiser, a newspa per printed and published in said Ho- nolulu Dated Honolulu. August 19th. 1902. fSed.) W. J. ROBINSON, Third -Judge of the First Circuit Court. 6251 Aug. 20, 27; Sept. 3. NOTICE. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. at TOR ANNUAL MEETING OF the Honolulu Hardware Co.. Ltd., held in office No. 39 North King St., this day, Afr is. 1902. the following gentlemen I were elected to serve as officers for tne ensuing ear. President Ho Fon. Vice President Ng Fawn. Treasurer C. M. Tat. Secretary Chun Boo.. Directors C. K. Al, Wong Leong and IT. Ahung. CHUN BOO. Secretary. Honolulu. Aug. 15, 1902 6250 MEETING NOTICE. WAIMEA SUGAR MILL CO. a xr An.TOTTRNED SPECIAL MEET- u'aimM Suear Mill Com- ! ... a in the assembly hall over the offices of Castle & Cooke, Ltd., in Honolulu on Thursday. Aug. 28th ion1) 1ft o'iock a. rri.. meeting being an adjournment of a I special meeting, held Aug. Secretary. Waimea Sugar Mill Co. 6250 ' fiOTiCE. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. T TTTTC A TVTOITBNED ANNUAL meeting of the American Sugar o.. Lt" held in room 610 SUnwjld building this day. August 14. 190- the following gentlemen were elected to serve? as T officers for the ensuing year: following gentmen Presldent-E. H. Wodenouse. Vice President Geo. N. Wilcox. Treasurer A. W. Carter. Secretary E. A Mott-Smith. Auditor W. H. Baird. Blrectors-A. F. Judd, J. Wakefield. E. A. MOTT-SMITH. Secretary. Honolulu, August 14, 1902. 6247 DIVIDEND NOTICE. MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.. LlfllTKI). STOCKHOLDERS ARE NOTIFIED !,,. o tuMrlend has been aeciareu inot .v . r.tTr.r,-Arv i. payable at the office of the company on and after i,1?,"" fiODFUBT BROWN. Treasurer. Honolulu. August 15th. 1902. 62i7 MEETING NOTICE. rraJL'LAR QUARTERLY MEETING I of the Union Feed Co. Ltd wi.i it held at the company's; office Judd building, on Wednesuay, i slant, at 10 o'ciock TT SOUTHARD NOTICE. A SMOKING CONCERT WILL BE held under the su?pices of the 1 Sons or St. Cwsc on Vhe ST. An- frilQt v. 11 VinpvS r St.. tf celebrate annic Majes- he conation of His Britannic Majes- tv. Kinsr Edward VII Tickets J1.00; to be obtained from any of membera. FRANCIS H. G. SE1MOLR, Secretar'. Sons or ot. George. WILLIAM JI'KINLEY LODGE NO. 3. 1. OF P. TI1ERE WILL BE A RE crular convention of the alxve named Lodge Saturday even ing. Anen.t 2$, in HarmoEy Hall, at730. WORK IN THE FIRST RANK. ATembers of Oabn No. 1 and Mystic No 2 Jind all eojonrciu brothers are imvited to attend. B. S. GREGORY, K. of R, & S. if) XOUTHAtiEE'S "NOTICE FOHEcLOSUBEL IN ACCORDANCE WITTI T233 provisions of a certain mortjra by the HAWAIIAN ALTOMOi'iUS ;rnMPAW r iutTrn . rifr-Ei Further particulars can be fcS . ?, R. CASTLE, attorney for nwrttifw. Dated Honolulu. August I. ti'.i. CASTLE AND COOKE. I.lHIT-ianL The premises covered by tiia s"2s gage consist of: First: All that lot of lan5, kits portion of the premises covert Apana 7 of Royal Patent C C- Award 247 to C. Kanalna fur Wrlaws C. Lunalilo, Fltuate on the ciakj ertr of King street in Honolulu. )iv Tei- xitory of Hawaii, adjoining tk mit , ;t nartmpnt nf th GwbsoC in the block bounded by Kin. Ffctv- bowl. Queen and Mllllanl fstrr, tntL having a front of elghty-tw ?.-l en said King street and an r.TflI thousand six hundred n rvJ fTljBSS - - ly or rnakal side of the tlrt Ut aTwre said (thj two together fortr:!": large lot) being premises more fcBr ' . ' . . r - -r scribed in Royal Patent -b Z. Vi. Award CJ7 to Kuluwailehua, otaUiiisc;' 9"2-inon acre, toeether with ts two: concrete building standing tC premises; and Third: The following perisi tvw erty and effects now lying in eaWl WoltfU lnS': 1 1 H. P. G. E. Co. Direct Cun-ut tor- 1 2 H. P. G. E. Co. Direct CicsmCS Motor. 1 6-40-260 G. E. Co. Generator. 3 a- pere, direct connected to a Uzliiti & Seymour Horizontal Enrw- 'iic 12" 2 Blue' Vermont Marble Taccl C"SAv Hoards, fitted with 2 500 ampere Overland Circuit Br.fcj" 2 500 ampere underload Circuit ers. 2 Thompson Astatic voitmT. volts. 2 Bristol Recording voitmeijcri. eards. 2 Bristol Recording "Voltmeters. 2 Main Switches. 1 Thompson Astatic Amnwiwr. 1 Station Recording Walt Meter. 1 Card Resistance Box. 1 22-ft. 2000-lbs. Traveling ijro i 2or.ft-ihs. Pneumatic -Motor C&alD Hoist. 1 Breast Pneumatic Drill. 1 Worthington Water Meter. 1 Stratton Steam Separator, TP . i gate valve. 10 Gals, of acid-proof Moeul pataC 1 Office Safe. Office Furniture. Sundry Electrical fittings. 5 Electrical Runabouts No Bstlrwt Automobile Runabouts No Us4ku 623 ASSIGNEES' NOTICE OF FOEO CLOSUUE AND SALE. IN "ACCORDANCE VrTTTt TIOK provisions of a certain mortga" 5rt bv John Nahinu, party of the fcrife. r Kapule Nahinu. wife of sail the first part. Joining therein, Hookena. District of South K. and of Hawaii. Territory of - J M. Monsarrat. of Honolulu. twrrJe of Honolulu, Island of Oabc. ritory of Hawaii, . party of second Part, dated the 8th ; W December. 1896. and recorded in tt- -flee of the Registrar of Conveya. in Paid Honolulu, in Liber W. Pr Sfc. said mortgage having been firhy a s'gned to Samuel M. Damon. Heiwr Waity and S. Edward Damoiu& said Honolulu, partners in under the firm name of Bishop Ou. Notice is hereby given J Samuel M. Damon. Henry Wa and S. Edward Damon, partners aforesaid, intend to foreclose tivs cxtw for condition broken. -w,.L" payment of both principal r and that the property nJf mortgage will be sold at public . . .in entrance ol tb; w ary buiidrng in said Honolulu. o day. the 8th day of September. 12 o'clock noon. The premises covereu v, ,C1. gage are aescnueu " i Bl (All that certain piece f of land situate at Kauhako la " . l ,t .Anto n ne an area.--' bouin v." acres anu ur.u6 ;rlwi d being tne same - ribed in Iloyai r' John Schleif by deed te.J ApfK 1894. and recorded 4n the Offlcejf Registrar of Conveyances in ald Jia nolulu in Liber 146 on folio 226. 2 AH that certain piece of land situate at Hookena South Kona containing an area, of S acres and being the -ante prem scribed in Royal Patent No. IKE L Award No. 7CG6 to Kahula, At j 4v,o a.-frc conveyed to saia wt eagor by w! K'aaklmaka by de-4 May 11 1S95. and recorded in of the aa!d Itegltrar in Liber IS- folios 238 ana . nra.1f. . rr By their Attorneys, Mott-Sn.lV. V. Matthewman. Honolulu. T. H.. August 12th. I 6246 . NOTICE. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO !V .A v, nntinefl that I will l'v. Hawaii for the iminlan.1 alout Ns that all accounts MI-ST IL R,'J , either by cash of by note on or rr Set. 31. 1902. If not ttlM euit mm brought. DR. NOBL1TT. July 29. 1J2. t23 Honolulu. Hawaii Shjnpo Sbt THE PIONEER JAPANESE PniXT rrv,. r.uhlieher of Iiaw ShinpoT the only daily JaMJ pSbiisbed tn the Territory of RV-.t- C. SHIOZAV.A. t-ri-k-.'- T. BOOA. Krtitor Bor Wt. Smith St., above King. r. TeieptiOT Main 7. NOTICE tolulu. ANT WOMAN OR GIRL bdp cr advice. Is invited to JST tron cf ttlv. Arny T.r,.fc Industrial Horn", 43 vJn 1' m t 1 i i - i 1 i I ! ! I; I' f . ' Ofit: Kewado.