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TBS I-ACinO COMMEBCIAI. APVEBTISEB. nOSOLtn.tr, THOBSDAT, ATJOTJST 26, 1909.
I: 3 EL rjsrj I. 50 .es LI As 1 re I so: w TO JUt BE Ale 1: Jua: li 3 li i F : NEW LINE OF Wicker Veranda Furniture J. HOPP & CO. Largest Furniture Store in the Island King Street Near Alakea Your Credit Is Good WahChong&Co. WAVERLET BLOCK DRY GOODS HAWAIIAN GROWN All hay, no stones or rubbish. In 100-11). Dales not compressed. Price $25 a ton CALL ON YOUR DEALER OB s 1 lie 1 uiiu i-aii y TEL. 890 Du-Ra-Bul TYPEWRITER RIBBON A, B, Arleigh & Co., Ltd AGENTS David A. Dowsctt INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS 203 Judd Building. Phone 655. Km L. WONG IMPORTER AND DEALER IN LATEST STYLE OF LADIES' AND GENT'S . , " FURNISHING GOODS ROBINSON BLOCK, 32 HOTEL ST. will soon be at the ' helm which steers the policy of the leading Japanese newspaper of the Territory. His policy and course has been endorsed by the best Japanese people as is. shown by the tremendous increase in the circu lation of the SHINPO. , If you are not a subscriber for the use of your em ployes better enter your name today. HAWAII SHINPO Smith St Between King and Hotel 1310 CABS. Only a few ears still available. Place your order at once. KE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO., LTD., Agents. IMPORTED QS RUBBER GBASSE AND FORAGE PLANTS VEGETABLE! SEEDS Orders taken for imported seeds. Jared G. Smith Ke&Iakexua, Hawaii, T.H. Jado Jewelry In Speeial Original Chinese Designs. AttraetiTe Elegant Low I'mecu BO WO Hotel Street bet. Maunakea fid Smith ISh IE SHOES Kegai onoes ABE THE SHOES THAT PROVE Regal Shoe Store I Alfalfa Hay SHEBA (KI THE MAN KM 5 WHO OWNS Kg CORNER KING AND BETHEL. Fraternal Meetings POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every first and third Friday of the month, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort Street. Visiting brothers cordially in vited to attend. W. ELLERBROCK, C. P. L. L. LA PIERRE, Scribe. EXCELSIOB LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets evey Tuesday evening, at 7 :30, in Odd Fellows' yall, Fort Street. Visiting bothers cordially invited to attend. M. W. TSCHUDL N. G. L. L. LA PIERRE, Sec'y. HARMONY LODGE NO 3, I. O. O. F. ileets every Monday evening, at 7:30, in Odd Fellows' Hail, Fort Street. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. R. W. FOSTER. N. G. E. R. HENDRY. Sec'y. PACIPIC REBEKAH LODGE NO. 1, I. O. O. F. Meets every second and fourth Thursday, at 7:30 p. in.. Odd Fellows' Hall. Visiting Kebekahs are cordially invited to attend. FREIDA VON BERG, N. G. ALICE NICHOLSON, Secy. OLIVE BRANCH REBEKAH LODGE NO. 2, I. O. O. F. Meet severy first and third Thursday, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows' HalL Visiting Rebekahs are cordially invited to attend. SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, N. G. ALEXANDRA BATH, Sec'y. OCEANIC LODGE NO. 371, P. & A. M. A Meets on the last Monday of each month, at Masonic Temple, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting brethren are cordially in vited to attend. R. H. BEMROSE, W. 1L W. H. GOETZ, Secy. LEAHI CHAPTER NO. 2,-0. E. S. Meets every third Monday of each month, at 7 :30 p. m., in the Masonic Temple. Visiting sisters and brothers are cordially invited to attend. ANNA S. WRIGHT. W. M. ADELAIDE M. WEBSTER, Secretary. LEI ALOHA CHAPTER NO. 3, O. E. S. Meets at the Masonic Temple every second Saturday of each month, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting sisters and broth ers are cordially invited to attend. MINNIE RHOADS, W. M. MARGARET LISHMAN, Secy. HONOLULU TEMPLE NO. 1, PYTHIAN SISTERS. Meets every first and third Tuesday at 7:30 p. m., at Knights of Pythias Hall, Fort and Beretania streets. All visitors cordially invited to attend. AIMEE BICKNELL, M. E. O. ' SALLIE L. WILLIAMS, K. R. S. OAHU LODGE NO. 1, K. of P. Meet every first and third Friday at 7:30 o'clock, Pythian Hall, corner Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting brothers cordially in vited to attend. F. R. NUGENT. CO. R. GOSLING, K. of R. & S. william Mckinley lodge no. 8, K. of P. Meets every second and fourth Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in Pythian Hall, corner Beretania and Fort streets. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. F. M. McGREW. 0. 0. E. A. JACOBSON, K. R. S. COURT CAMOES NO. 8110, A. O. F. Meets every second and fourth Tues day of each month, at 7 :30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting brothers cordially invited to attend. CAESAR MEDEIROS, 0. R. H. PEREIRA, P. S. CAMOES CIRCLE NO. 240, C. O. F. Meets every second and fourth Thurs day of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in San Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visiting companions are cordially in vited to attend. MRS. M. R. M3DEIR0S. 0. 0. MR. L. A. PERRY. F. 8. COURT LTJNALXLO NO. 6600. A. O. F. Meets every arst and third Wednes day evenings of each month, at 7:30 p. m., in Pythian Hall, corner Fort snu .oereiania streets. - visiting orotn ers cordially invited. W. KELLE, O. R. JAS. K. KAULIA, P. O., F. S. HONOLULU AERIE 140. F. O. E. Meets on second and fourth Wednesday even Jrtsriy 7.30 oVlnplr In Pirthi.Ti L ,.M r T aa n V m .... .1. . xiaii, roratr oereiania and 'ort streets. visiting ,agies are invited to attend. WM. O. McCOY, W. P. H. T. MOORE, Secy. HONOLULU HARBOR NO. 64, A. A. of M. Meets on the first Sunday evening ttt Aftrh HalL All sojourning breth ren are cordially invited to atiena. By order Worthy President. FRANK C. POOR, Secy. THEODORE ROOSEVELT CAMP NO. 1, U. S. W. V. .Meets every first and third Wednesday of each month in Waverley Hall, corner Bethel and Hotel streets, at 7:30 p, m. By order of the Camp Coui mander. J. K. BROWN, Adjutant. MARINE ENGINEERS BENEFICIAL ASSO CIATION. Meets second and fourth Mondays of each month at the new K. of P. Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets. GEORGE E. WARD, President. H. G. WOOTTEN, Secretary. HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1. O. R. M. Meets every first and third Thursday of each month, in K. of If. Hall, corner Fort and Beretania streets. Visiting brothers cordially invited to ' attend. E. V. TODD, C. of R. L. A. PERRY, Sachem. HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E. will meet In their hall, King street, near Fort, every Friday evening. Visiting brothers are cordially in vited to attend. E. A. DOCTHITT, E. R. H. C. EASTON, Secy. HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB. Meets on 2nd and 4th Fridays in the month at 8 o'clock, in Rooms 11 and 12, Alexander Young Building. J. R. M. MACLEAN, Chief. JAMES H. FIDDES, Secy. HAWAII CHAPTER NO. 1, ORDER OF Meets every first and third Thursday evening of each month at 7:30 o'clock in Fraternity Hall, Odd Fellows' building, on Fort street. N. FERNANDEZ, i ., , Kuauhau. DAMTEN COUNCIL. NO. 663, Y. M. I- meets every second and fourth Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock p. m. in St. Louis College Alumni Hall (Dreier Hall), Union street. Visiting members are alwavs welcome. W. J. GALLAGHER, President. H. P. O-SULLIVAN. Secretary. AU I(A HANI If your grocer can't supply yon, notify FEED. L. WAIJ3E02? PHONE 13 Coca Cola Refreshes BOTTLED BY HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS PHONE 516. A WANT AD. WILL GET YOU A I SERVANT. TRY THE CLASSLFLED COLUMN IN THE ADVERTISER. STOLEN RELICS SOUGHT HERE Toronto Police Are Searching World Over for Thieves' Booty. Toronto is mourning the theft of a valuable collection of trophies, the property of the Van Koughnet family, and circulars, describing the stolen propertj-, have been scattered . broad cast throughout the world. So thor ough have the Canadian officials been in their work, that the thieves will have but slim chance of disposing of their spoils, unless they melt them up and sell the stuff as bullion gold. Chief Constable H J. Grasett, of the Toronto police, has notified the local authorities and asked them to watch out for any person trying to dispose of the stolen goods. The following is a list of the stolen articles which it is hoped to recover: One silver trowel about 8 inches long with wooden handle, engraved with the following inscription on blade of trowel: "Presented to the Honor able P. M. Van Koughnet, Minister of Agriculture, by the Local Committee of the Provincial Agricultural Associa tion, Crystal Palace, Toronto, July, 1S58." One silver snuff box, about two inches long and one inch wide, en graved: "A present to P. M. Van Koughnet, December 29, 1852." One combination gold pen and pencil, with crest engraved on the seal and "P. M. V. K." on the handle. One sil ver jug, about 15 inches hfgh, en graved: "Presented to Captain E. B. Van Koughnet, R. N., by his mess mates in H. M. S. 'Alexandra,' on tho occasion of his marriage, September, 3887." One silver inkstand, about 8 inches long and 6 inches wide, con taining two ink wells with candle placed between them, engraved "Pre sented to Lieutenant 1. B. Van Kough net, R.- N. by the wardroom officers, H. M. S. 'Minotaur,' July 2, 1879." One silver cigar case engraved "To Cap tain E. B. Van Koughnet, R. N., from His RoyaU Highness The Prince of "Wales, President of the Roycal Com mission for the Paris Exposion,' 1900. ' ' Tt also bears the Royal coat of arms. One gold tray, diamond pattern, tray made of Kruger sovereigns, about 14 inches long and 9 inches wide, with following engraving in the center: "Presented tto Captain E. B. Van Koughnet, R. N., divisional transport officer, as a token of respect, esteem and appreciation of the shipping com panies and Point Firms of Port Natal, October 27, 1900." The bottom of the trav eonsists of sixty-six sovereigns with four sovereigns for feet; tray is surrounded by small gold railing. Failed to Hitch Horse. When Saka left his horse standing onthe street without hitching yester day, he failed to take into considera tion the fact that the recent runaway i epidemic has .made the police father particular in that regard, and a ,few minutes later he saw an officer descend ing upon the ropeless horse. Saka was promptly placed . under arrest and booked at the police station. The police are determined that the law regarding the tying of all ani mals left standing on public streets shall be observed. There have been en tirely too many runaways of late to please the authorities, and violations of the hitching law will result in speedy trouble for the earless drivers. Big Load for Apana. Very much the" worse for liquor, a marine was picked up in front of the Bank of Hawaii last night by Detec tive Apana. The soldier man "is about twice the size of the plucky little Chi nese) officer, but Apana braeed his belt, seized the man firmly by the shoulders, loaded him on his back, and started for 'the pol&e station. The prisoner woke up sufficiently to become pug nacious once or twice, but Apana hung on and landed him behind the bars. Would Not Pay Fare. Because he would not pay his hack fare, a man who claims to be a sailor on the Ocean Queen was taken into custody last night. The man insisted that he had no money, but when searched at the desk, several silver dollars were found. Nevertheless, he declined to pay the fare so he was es corted to the tanks to think it over. The man was evidently somewhat un der the influence of liquor and seemed to look upon the whole proceeding as one huge joke. DEATH OF DR. WESSELHOEFT. Cable advices have been received re porting the death of Dr. William P. Wesselhoeft of Boston which took place at his country home, York Harbor, Maine, yesterday the 25th inst. Dr. Wesselhoeft is well known in Hawaii having made several visits here to his brother-in-law, the late Col. W. F. Al len; he was the brother-in-law also of Miss Mary Allen, now in Honolulu. Many Islanders have been patients of the late doctor in Boston where he for many years practised and was a recog nized medical authority of the Homeo pathic school. Dr. Wesselhoeft was born October 8, 1S35, hence was in his seventh-fourth year at the time of his death. He had been an invalid for a year prior to his death. INFANTILE CHOLERA. Any unusual looseness of a child's bowels during the hot weather should be a warning to motners. Infantile cholera may develop in a few hours, and prompt action should be taken to avoid it. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhoea Remedy, followed by a dos of castor oil, will check the disease in its incipieney, and all danger may be avoided. For sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., agents for Hawaii. CROPS FLOURISH ON HAWAII ISLE Sugar, Tobacco and Coffee Are Reported to Be in Fine Condition. Hawaii Herald. T. A. Dranga and J. E. Gamalielson returned from an eight-day trip over part of Hawaii and are enthusiastic at what they saw. Speaking of bis outing Mr. Draaga said: k "Our 'first stop of importance was at Laupahoehoe, where we saw the 400 acres, belonging to the Louisson Bros., planted in coffee. They have a record crop this year of 5000 bags. In Ha makua district we alsq saw the gov ernment tobacco expiiriment station, but there is not much now being done there. It has been demonstrated by Mr. Kretsehmar that there are hun dreds of acr(es upon which good tobacco can be grown in Hamakua. At Hono kaa we found that there was quite an aetive demand for real estate and ev erybody is enthusiastic over the out look for the district, especially with the starting of the railroad building in Hilo. Honokaa is changing and grow-, ing with a vengeance, new stores and buildings being erected everywhere. "What a wonderful p'ace Waimea is. One man there has five hundred acres of corn, as fine corn as ever you saw andythere is land enough to grow as much orn as will supply the whole United States. "In North Kona wild coffee, and stock seem to be the easiest money. It is a bonanza. Things are rushing at Kailua, . but they are entirely out of lumber waiting for the bark Albert to get around. Mr. J. P. Curts, the manager there for Hackfeld, took ns to the coffee mill and the sisal plant. He expects to handle this season 5000 bags of coffee in parchment. Sisal grows in the rocks, bet weep the rocks where a cow can't lie down, and people get eight cents a pound for it. You should see the way It is turned out of the mill, fine as silk. All the Ha- wanans are working in the mill, grow ing every crop that will grow there and making money. Hackfeld 's teams are rushing all the time. "In South Kona I saw the best sugar cane on the island, grown by the Kona Development Company which is also planting coffee, corn and pines. The people over there grow everything, vegetables, rubber, sugar, beans, which they sell for five cents a pound, corn for which they get 2 1-2 cents a pound, and every little crop you can think of. They are all small farmers and seem to sell everything they grow. n n 1) I) J. W. SMITHIES, Manager. AT THE BUILDING ADJOINING THE STANGENWALD BUILDING, MERCHANT STREET. AT AUCTION At our salesroom,, Merchant street, adjoining the Stangenwald Building, Friday, August 27, 1909 AT' 10 O'CLOCK A. M., Centerpieces, Lace and Braids, Ladies' Skirts, Hat Chut merits, Albums, Ladies' Belts, Gloves, Purses, Combs, Ladies' Bags, Ladies' Hose, Bureaus, Spring Cot and Mattress, Brass Bed, Box Couch, Office Chups, Chudar.ers, Papf Cutter, White Dress Shirts, Ladies' Dresser with large oval glass, One Hall's Safe. Rubber Coats, Rubber Capes, Men's Collars, Shirts, Hook1' and Eyes, Buttons, Ladies' Back Combs, Linen Coats, Showcase, Counters, Boys' Caps, Braid, Scarfpins, Etc., Etc. J. W. PRATT, Auctioneer. AT AUCTION At our salesroom, Merchant street, adjoining the Stangenwald Building, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1909, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., ONE LARGE WAGON, . ONE MEDIUM WAGON, ONE SMALL WAGON. J. W. PRATT, Auctioneer. A BARGAIN ONE 40-H.P. WTNTON FIVE-SEATER. J. W. PRATT, Auctioneer. Jas. F. Morgan STOCKS, BONDS AND REAL ESTATE No, 857 Kaahumanu St. ORIENTAL RUGS . . We still have a lew fine rugs on hand, and have reduced the price to the very lowest. We are trying- to save the expense of sending them back to the Coast so come and get a good rug cheap. There will be no oppor tunity like this again, buy now and save money. JAS. F. MORGAN". If you are looking for a house, either large or small; cash or time, come and see us. We always have bargains on hand. We can sell you a place to suit your taste. JAS. F. MORGAN. The price of lots in this sec tion is advancing: 10 minute service and gas will make them advance more. Houses are springing up all over it. You are making a mistake if you don't own a lot or two in this new suburb, it is the healthiest spot in Honolulu! Go out some evening and find out how1, cool and bracins: the air is. Lots are 15,000 sq. ft. and prics from $175.00 on up. Get one and be happy. JAS. F. MORGAN. KALIHI A new house and 4 lots, containing 20,000 -Sq. ft. Owner has left town will sell this at a bargain. If you want a place to raise chickens, fruits, vege tables, or flowers, buy this. JAS. F. MORGAN. 146 feet frontage, contains 20,742 sq feet. Large house, 3 bedrooms, study, din ing room, kitchen, parlor, bath and la- nais; grounds covered with shade and fruit trees. Owner is havinar the house overhauled. This is a good place in a good location. For further information, see , 7 JAS. F. MORGAN. Three lots on Wilder t avenue, also property in Punahou and Manoa Valley A snap over 2 acres in Manoa for $1500. JAS. F. MORGAN. This fine residence section is ad vancing, rapidly. The people who live there say it is the best spot in Honolulu. We -still have four lots left of the large tract we subdivided. They are situated on Wyllie and Liliha streets, just where the car stops. High elevation, good air, mountain and marine view, close to car and town; good streets, good 6oil and a good place to- build a home. Take Liliha street car and ride to the end and you will see our sign; or call at our office and we will show you the map and give you further information. JAS. F. MORGAN. . Do yoif want view ? We have a 4-bedroom house on Prospect street, . large grounds well im proved with fruit trees, at a bar gain. Will take half cash and i half on time. The price is right and so is the location if you want elevation and view within walk ing distance from town. JAS. F. MORGAN. A large lot on Prospect street which gives you an excellent view of city and harbor. Beretania street, 3-bedroom house. Palama, small house and lot. Smith street, a lot. Kukui street, a lot. Kukui Lane, hou?e and lot. Kinu street, 2 houses and a few more. JAS. F. MORGAN. College Street A fine resident lot. 7."xl2o. the place to build a home. Jut JAS. F. MORGAN. Kaimuki lakiti Puunui Castle & Cooke, Ltd. SHIPPING AND COM<SSIOX MERCHANTS. SUGAR FACTORS AND GENE SAX INSURANCE AGENTS. REPRESENTING New England Mutual Lift Insurant Company of Boston. Aetna Fire Insurance Company. National Fire Insurance Company. Citizens' Insurance Company (Hartfr4 Fire Insurance Company). London Assurance Corporation. WE DELIVER FULL-WEIGHT IC1 TO YOUR DOOK FOR TWENTY FIVE CENTS . FEB HUNDRED. BASNHART, TELEPHONE 146, USX CHANT STREET. fi WILL DO IT. "YAMAT0YA," ALL KINDS OF SHIRTS, PAJAMAS and KIMONOS MADE TO ORDER. 1246 Fort St., Just above Orpheuau J Lawrence Barrett 'BEST 10c SMOKE IN TOWN. Rubber Goods GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. H. PEASE - - - Preridem 573-575-577-579 Market Street, San Francisco, Cal., U.S.A. Surt Loo Tat Co. Contractors, Builders, Painters KOA FURNITURE TO ORDES. King Street. Near Nuuanu. TELEPHONE 683. Cation, Neill & company, Ltd. iJ-NULNEEKS AND MACHTNSTfl, Queen and Richards Street. Boilers re-tubed with chareoal-iron 0 sieez .tubes. General ship work. PREFERRED BY ALL Keystone-Elgin AND T TVT .' 1 mgeisou- watcnes JOS. BOEWAITS; AttESTS Hawaiian Btmf, old Calabashes, Tapw, Curios and Souveniri. ISLAND CURIO CO, James Stein er, Ellt Building, Hotel Itreel. Visitors always wel come. Honolulu Scrap Jron Co. O. H. BROWN - . . . MAVASSa HALEKaUWILA STREET ' Highest price paid for 014 XracL Scrap Iron and all metals. Dealer in Second-hand Maenlmery. Tel. 642. P. O. Box 547. KWONG HING CHONG CO. CHINESE GRASS LINENS, LALiES' SHIRTWAISTS. PONGI 1024 NUUANU STXBET PRECIOUS STONES set in rings and brooches. Gol4 u4 silver jewelry made to order at reair afrle prices. Your trade solicited. SUN WO CHAN CHEW - - MANAGES -1808 Maunakea St., P. O. Box lit KOA DESKS and FOUR ROSTERS vJlNG CHONG CO, King ani Btfei lOKlllIIiGGO. LIMITED. MUTUAL BURIAL ASSOCIATION. CITY MAUSOLEUM. in GE5EB 1 t