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' THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL! ADVERTISER. HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER S, 190a. t allon .With Telephone Main 348 or filled with Kerosene Oil for U 1 1 arniture t: Genuine I Manogany Dressers, Dressing Tables, Parlor Cabineits and LadieB' Desks. All new and choice ; goods. Some of these are re productions, from old designs. Crumb Cloths and " ' Art Sq u ares - for the dining room. We have these in light cool colors at prices unheard of before. t t t Our Rug Stock , is complete. We keep every thing from a cheap Jute rug to an imported Royal Wilton. A large assortment of patterns and sizes. 1 Furniture Covering -in select patterns. Window Shades Porch Screens Matting Our Upholstering and Repairing Department is first class in every parti ; cular. i t ii J.tiopp&Co. t LEADING FURNITURE DEALERS. Corner King and Bethel Sta. i M 1 1 Castle Si Gooke &IMTTXD. LIFE and FIRE Iniuranee Agents, ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE 00 OF BOSTON STSA FIRE INSURANCE CO, OF 2JLRTTORD. AHTUillCSfi "& Ice Delivered to any part of tb City. Island orders promptly filled. Hoffman & Marfehaa. 5 Pacific H me eRESSENT il San Pump attachment Made of best galvanized iron. It is impossible to over flow any lamp or stove with this can. Made to hold Kerosene, Gasoline, Turpentine or Benzine No-Aas-fce of Oil '' or aolling of hands When the lamp is full the doable suction of the pump takes the oil back into the can, making it S) one can fill a lamp or a stove in the dark without waste of oil. Call at Our Bethel and See Sample in leave your orders and we will $3.25, when empty we will call for UWdl AJ., , Fort Street, Honolulu. The NEW ENGLAND BAKERY have enlarged and refitted their popular Dining Room in order to . accommodate their .many cus tomers. handsome private rooms for ladies, -with Electric Lights and Fans Cool and Pleasant. LIGHT LUNCHEON served, suitable for this climate and at such prices that only a First-class Bakery could afford to make, including the finest cup of coffee in the city. GIVE US A CALL Castle & Cooke, Ltd. HONOLULU. Commission Merchants. SUGAR FACTORS. -AGKKTS FOB The Ewa Plantation Co. Th WaJalua Agricultural Co., btl Th Kohala Sugar Co. The Walmea Sugar Mill Co. The Fulton Iron Worii, Si. Li The SUndard Oil Co. The George If. Blake Stm Ptaay Weston's Centxifugali. Th New England Mmual Llf U arance Co. of Boston. The Aetna Fire inairne ? Hartford, Conn. . , The Alliance Assnrane u. m s Tansy &al Stiple Bkwhb, Delicacies Al Fresh Kona Coffee, Kona Taro, Kona Onions, to be had from L F. Fort St opp. Club Stables. Phone Blue 511. All goods delivered free in City. stone-f WATCHES DURABLE amo ACCURATE IS The Keystone W atch Case Co. taTA..Hto t Fhiiade!ph.a.u.b. ti.llJl'l M - Largest Vatcn jraclory Y$, For sale ty J The Principal V Atch Hawaiian Isiands 1 Makiki Grocery Store Cr. "Wilder Ave. and Kteaumoku St. fable Delicacies and Fancy Groceries Special attention given U the prompt and careful delivery of goods. Goods delivered from 7 a. m. to 7 p. Telephone, White 261. Street Store Operation deliver one 5 gallon can can to be refilled, if desired. J Sole Assnts L.IU. for Territory 4 that we are established many years, that our op tical department has grown to proportions, suck as tee never dreamed of; that it is still grow ing, making it necessary to increase our capacity for turning out tcork promptly and tht our work has always given utmost -satisfaction. these things, and then when in need of glass's, or when you think some thing is wrong, come at once. It may cost y u nothing, and you can reit assured, that no glosses will be sold you, until tee fully demonstrate to your satisfaction, that -glasses are what your eyes need. Personal attention given to evf-ry case. 1 3 I I 4 t 1 t mwumm PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTRAITS Fine Assortment of ISLAND VIEWS. Send for list. irst Class Work Guaranteed - t Vv PHOTOQRAPHIG CO.. LIMITED-ijIOTT-StriTH BLOCK, Comer Fort and Hotel Btrtats, vim nu ynuii U' Ciz&r s-iiJ Tobaccos, Crtw serj-; W&ttlrffs. " BILKS' NrO H.TTN- l if, i . ii iyiiiiinii, : I FORT STREET. : X " I : T 4- - TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTt mum PRESIDENT Griffiths Arrived From the Coast on the New Steamer Korea. V President A. F. Griffiths, who ceeds Dr. A. M. Smith at Oahu lege, and his yrife were passengers the Korea. The new president is a man of abou the same age as his predecessor. He graduated from St. Lawrence Univer sity. with the degree of A. M. and then became principal of the Richville, N. T., Academy. Leaving his work as a principal he went to Harvard where he graduated in 1S99, taking the degree of A. B. Since that time he has been master of St. George's School, of New port, It. I. Following President Griffiths on the Sonoma are two new teachers for the colleee. They are "WV A. Anderson, a graduate of Amherst in 1902 and H. W. Forbes, a graduate of St. Lawrence in 1898 and Harvard in 1899. The former will teach Latin and the latter mathe matics. '. - "When interviewed on the steamer President Griffiths said: "I do not an ticipate making any radical change in the work of the college at once. School begins a week from Monday and the boarding department will open for the reception of boarders as early as the Saturday previous. Messrs. Anderson and Forbes are both young men. They are both good amletes. Mr. Anderson played on the 'varsity football team at Amherst for four years. Mr. Forbes' strong vork is in baseball and tennis. Yet both are allround men. I hope through them and by means of their coaching to be able to give athletics an impetus at Oahu. I regard athletics as an important factor in college train ing. "In a general way I can say that everything possible will be done to strengthen the college course of study and to give as good a college course at Punahou as circumstances will per mit." THE KAHUNA AT .... WORK ON MAUI An interesting- and illustrative case of kahunaism was on trial before Judge McKar or the Wailuku court this week. ' In March, Kanohokuahiwi, and his two sons. KalanI and Kaianui, were taken sick at their residence, near Wal hee, and Neau (w) was called in as ka huna. In a couple of weeks Kalani died, and according to the ' evidence, just before he died, he mewed like a cat. This' assisted Neau materially in the diagnosis of the case, and she as serted that it must have been he that had killed a favorite cat of her grand child. She also added that all others who assisted in killing the cat would surely die. Now, by a singular coin cidence, the other two sick members of the family were the identical ones who had assisted in despatching the feline. Of course the case was desperate and the wife of the sick man went to Neau and begged her to. use her magic pow ers to cure her sick husband and son. Neau admitted that in view of the crime (hat been committed the task would be a hard one, but she agreed to buckle to ; and see what could be done. A pig was imued and eaten with mysterious, rites anu incantations to Wahineaea, and other aumakuas, then a second, a third and finally a fourth pig shared the same unhappy fate. But all was of no avail, and the father and remaining son both died. Then the widow had Neau arrested for practicing witchcraft. Neau, an aged but vigorous looking Hawaiian woman, as she appeared in court, was an absolutely perfect picture of one of Macbeth's witches, the same jutting forehead, bright eyes, wrinkled face, and peaked, witch-like features, a re semblance which was added to by the cone-shaped hat running up to a sharp point, which she wore. Deputy Sheriff Saffery skillfully brought out the whole story from the relatives of deceased who had been called on to assist at the incantations. The case was argued and submitted on Thursday afternoon, and Neau was found guilty as charged and fined $125. Maui News. EMMA. SQUARE CONCERT. Program Which Will Be Rendered There This Evening. PART I. Overture. Isabella Suppe Ballad, Pilgrims of the Night .. Liddel Selection, Belle of Bohemia.. Englander Vocal1 (a) Lei Poni Moi. (b) Sweet Lei Marro Miss J. Keliiaa. (c) Ku'u Wehiwehi. (d) Ko- kohi Mrs. N. Alapai. PART II. Qj1- V Variations, Old Folks at Home Force. The Aborigines V."a2, Vienna Eon-Bons March. Harrdltor.ian TI;- ftnr Banner ... Strauss .. Ha:i Senatorial Commission The undersigned, a sub-committee of the Committee of the United States Senate on Pacific Islands and Porto Rico, having been authorized and di rected by a resolution, adopted by the United States Senate, to investigate the general condition of the islands of Ha waii and the administration of the af fairs thereof, are now in Honolulu for the purpose of executing such commis sion, and will meet at the rooms at the Naval Station in this city on Monday.4 September Sth, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m., at which time they will be pleased to hear briefly, in writing, from any Fed eral or Territorial official, private citi zen or representative body of Hawaii, calling our attention to such subjects ! tia it ind uy mem De aeemedimportant for us to consider, looking to the better ment of the people and the government of the islands. JOHN H. MITCHELL, J. H. BURTON, 6267 A. G. FOSTER. lH HTRI6T HE MEETING NOTICE. THERE WILL BE A MEETING OF the Fourth District Committee on Mon day evening, September Sth, 1902, at 8 o'clock, at Progress Hall, for the pur pose of holding joint meeting with the Fifth District Committee for the nomi nation of Senators for the Third Sen torial District, as arranged by the Sub Committees of the Fourth and Fifth District Committees. Honolulu, H. T., Sept. 6th, 1902. J. P. COOKE, Chairman Fourth District Committee. WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Secretary Fourth District Committee. K0TICE TO BISHOP & COMPANY: The notice published in the Pacific Commercial Advertiser of September 6th regarding the Hawaiian Realty & Maturity Company, Limited, states that neither in. said company or any other company has your firm any con nection or responsibility! The prospectus of the Phoenix Sav ings, Building and Loan Association of California contains your name as de pository, and "Bishop &Co. Insurance Department," as its Honolulu office. , Is said prospectus published by your authority? THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MATURITY CO., LTD. Honolulu, Sept. 6, 1902. 6267 PACIFIC LODGE HI 822 7& THERE WILL ,BE A REGULAR meeting of Pacific Lodge, A. F. & A. M., at Masonic Temple, this (Monday) evening, Sept. 8, at 7:30 o'clock. TRANSACTION OF. BUSINESS. Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodge le Progres, and all sojourning brethren are fraternally Invited to attend. By order of the R, W. M. C. F. MURRAY, Secretary. FUNERAL NOTICE HAWAIAN LODGE NO. 21 i F. &.A. M. THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL meeting of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M., at its hall, Masonic Tem ple, corner of Hotel and Alakea streets, THIS MONDAY, Sept. 8, at 3:30 p. m., for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother Geo. Edgar Board man. Interment at Makiki. Funeral car will leave the Temple at 4 o'clock p. m. Members of Pacilic Lodge, Lodge le Progres, and all sojourning brethren are fraternally invited to attend. By order of the W. M. K. R. Q. WALLACE, Secretary. H0TICE. Fred Philp & Bro., harnessmakers and saddlers, beg to notify their patrons and the public generally that they have moved from corner King and Fort streets to the Waverley block, Bethel j street, where, with larger store and su perior facilities for manufacturing, they will be better prepared than ever to serve the wants of their patrons. Thanking the public for generous patronage in the past, they solicit a continuance of the same at the new stand, Bethel street. P. O. Box 133. Phone 2651 Blue. DIVIDEND NOTICE. A DIVIDEND IS DUE AND PAY able to the stockholders of the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co.. Ltd., at the office of the company. Queen street, on Thursday, Sept. 4th, 1902. The stock books will be closed to transfers from the 4th to the 6th Inst Inclusive". N. E. GEDGE, Treasurer. Honolulu. Sept. 3, 1902. 6264 DEMOCRATS ATTENTION! ?8 AN IMPORTANT MEETING OF the Democratic Club will be held in Waverley hall at 7:30 o'clock this (Mon day) evening. By order of j. J. McCarthy. Chairman. MEETINGJJGTICE. THE ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' meeting of the Hawaiian Fruit and Plant Company, Ltd., will be held at the office of the company at Wahiawa, Oahu. H. T., on Saturday, September 13th. 1902, at 2:"0 p. m. BYRON O. CLARK. C2C8 Secretary. NOTICE TOTHEPIT.U 0. NO"-T-E IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT iL.. J. . Maddux has rot ben in th-j em .Dalbv pioy of Castle t Lai.dale pince the Thiere ' first cf July. 1?02, and th i t the pb'-ve firm, are not respor.sn.'l.'i tor any i ni ; ac ts committed yince the abovo dife. AUTHORITY. SEALED TENDER Sealed tenders will be received by the Superintendent of Public Works ri 12 m. of Tuesday, the 30th of September, for furnishing 4 inch Cast Iron Pipe for Hilo Water Works. Specifications on file in the office of the Superintendent of Public Works. The' Superintendent reserves the right to reject any or. all bids. ' . JAMES H. BOYD. Superintendent of Public Works. 62G7 NOTICE. Honolulu, T. II., Sept , 1903. THE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS. II. F. D., hereby give notice of tne ex tension of time, from Sept. 17th. 19Q2, until Oct. 1st, 1902, at 12 o'clock m.. la which they will receive tenders for I 65-foot Aerial Turntable Hook and Lad der Truck. All other conditions remain as in former call. K. R. G. WALLACE, Secretary Board of Commissioners, Ho nolulu Fire Department. C2C7 SECRETARY'S OFFICE. TENDERS FOR PUBLICATION ELECTION PROCLAMATION. OP Sealed tenders will be received at the office of the Secretary of the Territory until twelve o'clock noon on Friday. September 12th, A. D, 1902, for sevea weekly publications of the Election. Proclamation in English and Hawaiian (including cost of translation). Specimens of proclamation may he seen on application at said office. Each bid to be accompanied by a cer tificate of the actual circulation of tha paper; such certificate to be considered us confidential. The Secretary does not bind himself to accept the lowest or any bid. HENRY E. COOPER, Secretary of the Territory Capitol, Honolulu, September 5th. 1902. - 5265 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. The taxpayers are hereby notified that the property taxes for 1902 are now due and payable to the Deputy " Assessors of the several districts, at the times and places mentioned In th notices posted throughout the districts. Section 29, Art. 51, Session Laws, 1896 "If any property tax shall remain unpaid after the 15th day of November in any year 10 per cent of the amount of such taxes shall be added by thfc assessor to the amount of such taxes at said date, and shall become and be collected as part of such taxes." All property taxes not paid by No vember 15th will be delinquent. The Delinquent list will be published after December 1st, 1902. JAMES W. PRATT. Assessor, First Division, Island of Oahu. 6202 NOTICE. The Board of Registration for the Is land of Oahu will meet at Honolulu Hale, next to the postoffice, In Hono lulu, between the hours of seven and ten A. M., and five and eight P. MV each day except Sunday, beginnfng September 2nd, 1902, and continuing un til further notice, for the purpose of examining r.pplicants for reglstratlou as voters In the coming election and determining their eligibility. Only those registering this year can vote. LORRIN ANDREWS, Chalrmaa, M. A. GONSALVES, 6260 W. J. COELHO. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. TO BISHOP & COMPANY: In regard to the public notice pub lished by you In the Evening Bulletin and Hawaiian Star of Friday, Sept. 5th, 1902, we desire to say that at no time since our incorporation have our agents by our consent or authority used your name in connection with or to promote the interests of our company. From the date of our incorporation up to and including the 15th day of Oc tober, 1901, we were regular depositors at the bank of Bishop & Co., on which last date, for good and sufficient rea sons, we transferred our accounts to another bank. Prior to October 15, 1901, slips bearing ' your name as depository were printed, but since the transfer of our accounts said slips have not been circulated. Honolulu, Sept. 6th, 1902. THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND 6266 MATURITY CO.. LTD. ASSESSMENT NOTICE. HONOLULU PLANTATION CO. Assessment Notice. Honolulu Planta tion Compar , locatian of principal place of business, San Francisco, Cal.- Notice is hereby given that at a meet ing of the Board of Directors held this 18th day of August, A. D, 1902. an as sessment (number 5) of one dollar (one dollar) per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation, pay able Immediately to the secretary or the company, at the office of the com pany, 327 Market street, San Francisco, State of California. Any stock upon which this assessment shall remain un paid on the 29th day of September, 1902, will be delinquent and advertised for sale at public auction, and unless pay ment Is made before, will be sold on the ISth day of October, 1902, to pay the delinquent assessment together with expenses of sale. H. W. THOMAS. Sec retary of the Honolulu Plantation Com pany," 327 Market street, San FraiK-lsco, Cal -6I MEETING NOTICE. THE REGULAR MONTHLY MERT-. itr of th" Hnoulu and IT'iola L-shul Societv will h.-M Wo-Srvs'lny, Sept. If.th at the Kap'olani Maternity Home, at 10 a. m. EUGENIA RET?, Secretary, A. H. H. L. VUhoa Blue tlSL P. O. TXX & C20 CASTLE : LANS-DALE.