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Money to loan-Wise.
Tl.e wife of Bailiff 15. .la Sllva is se-
rlnnsly ill at her home in this city.
For screen doors nil sizes go to Ulchley,
Miss Louise Hap.il is spending most of
her vacation nt Heed's Hay with Miss Ivy
For Kent Office, corner King nml Pit
man streets. WlSK.
Miss Ridgway, the Puliation Art ln
slructor, returns to Honolulu on the
For Sale one ncrc, sen frontage, be
tween Ililo and Wniuakn. WlSK.
R. W. Jones, manager of the Humutilti
sheep station was in the city this week
unending the races.
First class pasture land for rent, prin
cipally Honoiiouo. For particulars apply
to Clias. M. Lelllond.
Miss Maude Hanson spent several days
during the last week at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Cruzim.
Rubber tire work done nt the Kilter
prise Carriage Shop; reasonable prices;
Robert Helleu, the manager of the
Hxcelsior Soda Works of Hakalau, was
in for the races nud New Year's Hop.
A few very handsome chairs, uphol
stered in leather and velour, have just
been opened by H. N. Holmes.
Ralph Hamilton, the popular team fuua hundred guests nnd was nil that could
of Hononm Plantation spent Ner Year's 'have been desired. Of those who dined, I
Hay in Hilo, viewing the races. I 0lc couI(1 ,,e fm)ll wllo cou,(1 deprecate '
Miss Maude Cheek, the popular local 'in the least the skill of the hotel clief. J
teacher is hick in Hilo once more after Dancing concluded the evenings func
spending a short vacation with her tloti nnd was indulged in to a late hour,
brother in Honolulu. Herr Herger with some of his best artists, I
,, , , , , ,. ... i i officiated in the musical department nnd I
nclnililiil''. l.rnnl- .tfntli. lit a nii'iutf ... ... ... ..
i . Vf .t v. , ..... ......v..
proud at tfic New ear's race meet. He
wns entered in three races and pulled
first money each time.
, Hon. Julian Monsurrnt the Manager of
Kapipala Plauniion, came up from Knu
on Tuesday for the races. He expects to ;
be in Hilo' for one or two days. i
Harriet and Ocorge Hnpai, who nrc ,
now attending O.ilut College, arc spend-
ing their vacation with their uncle Man-
nger Aureus of Onliu rinntntion.
W. O. Purdy. father of W. A. Purdy of
this citv retired from the position ofl'rej-
ideut of the Chicago Rock Island nud
Pacific Railroad Company January 1.
Accounts in Honolulu collected nud
oilier luisincss transactions attended to
through our correspondents nt the Capital
I.c llloiid-Ktuitu, Jlusiiiess Agency.
Among the count.'y jieople who came
in for the races were Sam Parker nnd
Henry Peckley, both of Waimea. The
latter officiated as C'erk of the Scales.
Persons desiring to acquire a knowledge ,
of the Spanish language nt 11 moderate '
street; P. O
llox, . 5. '
While Mr. N C. Willfong was In Ho
nolulu, be made arrangements with
Treasurer Wright to keep Tcr1itori.1l ,
Hcveutinstnmpsoii hand at the tax office.,
Mr. Willfong brought home with him .
stock or thrse stamps nnd jicrsous desir
ing them may procure them upon applica
tion nt the Tnx office.
What you want during
this cold weather is a
bottle of : : : T : : : :
1MSTI5U it .SONS, LONDON,
2. SO per dozen
rurcurichiug the blood
and invigorating t li e
syMem try our : : : : :
$12 per Case
of one dozen
THI? PIO.N'I'l'.lt WIN!?
AND Lini'nU IIOISP
1IAIL1 CHUItCU ENTERTAINMENT
jOId lnshloncil Program nt Sundny
j Scho1 Anniversary.
! Last Sunday nt Hnili Cluircli the
i nnniial entertainment of the Sunday
icnooi ot mat, institution occurred umier
adverse circumstances. The day nud the
hour were wet. The congregation, not
withstanding, was very large filling the
church to overflowing. The classes par
ticipnting were Hnaheo, Olaa, l'uiieo, Kn
lepolepo and Wnlnkea. One class com
posed of four nged Hawniians, sang old
fashioned missionary songs which wcru
taught to them fifty years ngo.
The exercises consisted of music I v
the different classes and nn address 1 v
Rev. S. L. Desha.
Captain Merger has consented to preside
at the organ next Sunday at the Hni'l
Cluircli when the Sunday School exer
cises will be repealed. Another crowded
house is expected.
Hull nt Hotel.
Manager Scott of the Hilo Hotel was
decidedly in his element New Year's
evening at the banquet and hop given by
him in the hotel. Kvcrything tended to
, make the affair n howling success. The
j weather which had been threatening
I cleared off, remaining just cool enough
I to render dancing very enjoyable.
The banquet was served to about one
nlI too quickly wlleil nwny tlie ilccting
, fo A waltzes or catchy two
cln Ti,o n,,i, ir..ni..i.. i i
master also did much to make the ball
n success in the musical line in the early
part of the evening, with n concert under
the trees. Among the numbers which he
played was n polka, entitled "Hilo Hay."
Stilling V csscls Kncp.
t,c Mnrtha Davis, Captain McAlton,
'driven in Hilo Hay Monday moniing
twelve days from San Francisco. The
Annie Johnson, Can'rin Williams of the
Matsoti line, sailed into port four hours I
lfili-r. 1 lln trmilmvfl U'nt n snrt nf Sltnut.
rock-Columbia affair between these two
noimlar cunta ns. The time made
creditable to both skippers.
brought general cargo.
It is worth your while to read Hoff-
schlaeger Co., Ltd., ad in this issue.
T1,c; nrL" x'" Kenuiiie articles nt ren
souable prices. Iheir telephone is No. 23
a1i 1 ti . r tr..i...! - :.. r
Hi.. rj,cc-s. and officiated ns starter. His
, work was highly commendatory ns it
greatly aided in making Hilo's race meet
,, nr,.-,n ...lit .ni, Qn.in., .,.,!....
-..ti,,. .rs. Thi..V. I., tl,n -.iilt..-
be will irive n New Years sermon. Sub
ject, "I Have to Get the Most Out of the
l'or uptodatc sanitary plumbing iio to
the Hilo Mercantile Co. This Depart
ment of their business is conducted in n !
manlier that gives universal satisfaction ,
to their patrons.
Louis Ketiakc, the Cashier ot the Ho
nolulu Post Office, is in Hilo iuvestigat- 1
ing the post offices 011 this island, He '
will go 011 through Puna and Knu re-1
turning to Honolulu iu n week or so.
The only crsualty in Puna on Christ
mas so far ns heard from was nt Knla- ,
liana. A pony ridden by n unlive itn- '
iiibed to fully of okolebao nnd ran away 1
with its rider. Now n broken rib nud n
fractured under jaw are being looked
ofter by Dr. Holland. ,
The late rains caused so much damage j
on the road between Laup.ihochoc nud I
Hoiioliiua that travel except 011 horse
back and by mule train has been aban
doned. The damage to bridges was such
hat two or three weeks must elapse be
fore traffic can be resumed.
Win. Peers of the Hoarding School ,
anived ill Hilo last Tuesday evening
Irom a vacation trip to Hamaklia. Mr.
liters tode in from Honokaa iu a day,
but declares that not even a baseb.i'l
game could tempt hi.it to do the tiling
again with the roads iu their present con
dition. Through our connections with a b'
real estate firm iu the Kast we can sell 1 .
exchange vour town residences, r '
, farms or homesteads iu llie count ,
throughout Hawaii. I its of people
the Kastcru Seaboard are looking I10111 .
iu Hawaii. Le Illoud-Smitli, llusiu .s
The Paucy Dress ball to have been
given by Mr. and Mrs. Colin McLennan
at Loup ihoehoe 011 New Year's live was
ah tudoiicd 011 account of the impassible
, condition of the roads which made it im-
( possible for those invited to reach the
I Mcl.euuoii home. The ball will be given
at a bite date.
Owing to tin presence of I'.erger's good
music the next ball to be given by .he
lino lolllliou UUD will lie nt ftprccket's
hall, Wednesday evening January .S.
Iterger's Orchestra will furnish the iniiiie.
The Cotillion club will meet iu business
session Monday evening at the home of
Thomas C. Kidgway.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum b.ikinr powders are the grcatt'ii
men.iccrs to health of tiu: prrant day.
nom iiu.ua powom co., tn tohk.
Grand Stand is crowded to see the exciting
races, which were handled On the square
and which abounded with close contests
and thrilling finishes.
The first day of Hilo's winter racing
meet was certainly a great success.
The weather which had been threatening
during the week suddenly cleared up in
time to ltaidcu the track and make good
sport n surety.
Those of the Honolulu spoiling frater
nity who stayed nwny through lack o'
interest or n fear that weather would
render racing nn impimiblllly itilssed
one of the finest race meets in the histoiy
of Hawaiian racing. The spoil was clean,
close nud exciting, nnd the person who '
had any cause of complaint was. neither
a sport or n good fellow.
The race of the day wcsHhc utile dash,
free for all. Not until t ic last moment
was the race decided, nml then little Mc-
Auliffe who piloted Weller during thoDcl VisU ofso ran; time is new track
race pulled the grand old Horse under '
the wire in the nick of time. In the
betting Wel'cr was favori e at $20, So
cialist mid J)el VisU second at f 15 nnd
Caiter Hit ison last at $to or f 12. It
was expected that Socialist, whose record
is i'-i9ii w.uld be in the thick of the
fight, but his pc.foi.unucc was .1 distinct
The horses got off well together, nnd
Weller who was on the outside swung 1
over quietly nnd took the pole. At the j
quaver the so;. el horse was leading witlti
Socirlist a length behind with Carter
Harrison and Del Vista close up. The
half was tenched in tecord time and ns
the horses lliiiude.ed past the gland
stand, Carter lla.rison swept up nud look
second piace, while Social st went .kick
n peg. As the three quaucis pole was
passed it seemed Welter's rrce sure, as he
was two luiw. lis abend of Car.er Ilarri-
son, while Socialist l ailed tluee lciig.hs
further back. As the pole was passed,
Thomas called 011 his mount for n spurt In the ru:: off Nullah was scratched and
nnd like n whirlwind Cnucr Harrison I Mo-'' wciitovcr .ie co.,rse alone,
swept tin nlomr side of the leader. The'. Jnpaucse .linlf-mllc dash; no time or
whips were plied vigorously comiuj down
the stretch, but just at the last moment
when the race seemed to be anyone's, Mc
Auliffc landed his mount under the wire
n length to the good in tie phenomenal
time of ii5. This is the Hilo track
record. The popular choice won for
Weller was given an ovation that was
one of great enthusiasm.
Philip, the fa von .e in the fist race, n
three turlougs dash, was dumped by
Twinkle, who won handily by two
lengths in 139. Twinkle got 11 good start
and wns never Headed, l-.vcn iie wlitp
at the ball failed to quickca Philip's
lagging footsteps, nud Twinkle won ns he
Prank S. showed that he was still iu
the business by winning the Half Mile
Dash for the Criterion cup iu isoJf quite
easily. Prank S reached the eighth a.
length ahead of Nullah, nud dli.'iug liie
liexl iiirloug increased llie lead a lcugi'.i
Golden plied llie w.iit 011 Nullah com-'
ing down the siretch but Pi-auk S had of the )iogritn ent'.ulr, t'jeie not being
the race well iu hand, and finished with enough hoi-sis to quali'y for u start. J.
daylight between the horses. "T. Moir, "ie ownei of Di.-ie Land refused
iiisie Land won a beautiful sace iif the .to accept lac weight (,150 pounds) assign
mile race for the Hilo Mercantile Cup. J ed his ho.se rnd the hurdle race went by
Alpheus and Piero ran neck and neck up I the board. It is due Mr. Moir to state
to the half with Dixie Land slightly be-j that be is not to oe blamed for his re
hind, hut as titey swept by tuc slnud j fusal, for such n weight over the jumps
Alpheus managed to get n slight lend. , would be too much for any horse but a
At this point Dixie Land, who had ueett
going pitl'cd up, took the lead, passing
tlie llmd quarter Hall n leuetii ahead ot
Piero who led Alpheus bv the same dis
tance. It was nip and tuck clear lo I ie
finish, but Dixie was tlie better horse nud
plugged it out by three-quarteis of a
length iu liso.'j. "Alpheus was nbout
four leug.hs behind,
1 The Japanese race furnished thecowd
; with some ami sement. A bay horse
! with an "Oil be joyful" rider went out 10
break nil track records with the lesult
that the inebriate lost his hold and w. s
thrown. After dancing -everal vn.ievies
1 of cancans about tlie track the horse was
finally captured, but was so blown that
Its rac' ig p ospects were cousp.cuous
lartrcly by their absence. The rnce wrs
finally won by a black nisre who was
Del Visti showed the crowd n trick or
two in tlie six-eighths, by winning han
dily iu 1:2 i)i. The game little mare w .
never headed and ran the race for nil i
was worth. At the quarter Del Vjsta led
1 Rejected bv over a length while Pieio
u a-) done for. The little daughter of
Delina -Pltyful i icrcased her lead nt
, every jumpvgoilig under the wire three
full lengths ahead of Rejected, who led
, Piero by two lengths,
The half-mile race for Japanese was
rather t unc nnd was won by a wh'te horse
1 witli leugtiis to spare
The bvc-eiuhths dash wns the closest
race of (he day. Molly Connors led all
the wav around with Nullah second. Just
at the last moment Cody called on Nullah
lor o ie more spuit, and lielore Cal
Leouaid who was riding Molly w.isaware
of what was going 011, tlie diugli er of
Aiuderberg had pulled up alongside of
the oriel, making the race a dead heat.
Tlie time was 1.05. Iu the run off Molly
C011110 s went over the course alone.
Piank S won the last ace, u half-mile
dash quite easily, Princess Leotu being
'the only other horse iu the iiiiiuiiig.
I Casteudyk's black was never headed,
winning handily 111 152
The success of tlie meet is due to Gt.o.
S. McKeu.ie, the genial manager of the
Volcano Stables, who originated the idea
and lent every uid to make a mid-winter
nice meet iu Ililo a success. Captain
Herger nnd his band lioys went 11 long
way toward making the affair pass off
pleasantly, and their stay iu Ililo will be
Success at Hilo
The standing of the jockeys during the
nrsi nay was as loiiows
Jockey Mounts 1st. and. 3d.
McAullffe fl '4 o 2
Thomas 2 o t 1
Vidi 1 o o 1
Cody 5 o 2 3
Golden ,. 4 2 1 o
Hums ' ' 1 , 6 1 o
Leonard ' t' '' I o o
The summary of the races Is as follows:
Three-eighths mile dash.
1. Twinkle, b in, McAuliffc.
2. Philip, s g, Cody
3. Ilushwhacker, s h, Thomas
One niiledijsli, free for nil; Hilo Track
Wcllcr, s h, McAulifTe
Carter Harrison, Jr., b g, Thomas
Socialist, foli Cody
Tllim tlfl. ... .lrl.tli... 1... n 1 It.
Half milt' dash, free for nil; Crileron
P.auk S., Ill g, McAulifTe
Nullah, bm, Golden
oyal Pun, s tu, Cody
Ti.nc, 5oJ; woivcnsily by half a length
One mile dash, free for all; Ililo Mur
Dixie Laud, hi h, Golden
Piero, br h, Cody
Alii1wiKi.1i li. MrAnlilTn
Tju,e, i:so'; won easily by one nnd
H.i'f-milu d.iih for Japanese ow.ied
horbes; uol,iuie or names ol horses taken.
Six'fu. longs dash, free for nil.
Del Vista, s 111, Golden
Rejected, til g, Put .is
P'icro, 1) g, Vidi.
Time, 1:20; won ensily by three
Pivc-furlongs flash, free for all.
1 Molly Couuois', s 111, I.eouiud
Xi Hall, b in, Cody.
Princess I.eoti, bl in, McAulilTc
Time 1:05; this rrce .resulted 111 n dead
i heal between Molly Connors and Nullah.
llni liia lt'nli
Half-milc'd.islt, fiec for all.
PiaukS. b a, McAr'Iffis
Princess Leo a, bl 111, Cody
Rejected, bl g, Hums
Time, 152, won easily by three lengths.
The crowd nt Hooluhi Pn.k Tim sday
af.eruoou wus ui.icii smaller than that
of the previous day. The baud discoursed
fine music and seve.al of the i.ices were
crowned witlt c .citing fiifslics. Owing
to a varie y of circumsuwiecs the scco id
i.tiys racing .was di-appointiug. All of
the taces "scheduled wcic handicaps.
Kicks and dis.ig. cements weie as life as
mo iruitocs iu Iloiio.ulii, no one being
saiislicd with the we gills n'lolcd to the
iioises, In the f.rst race, Philip, Princess
Leoui ami Rejected weie sc Pitched. Del
Vista Miffe.etf tild taiuc fate iu lac second
race thereby t'l.owi vi that number oul
world lien.er to ca.Ty.
Tne first race proved
to be somewhat
ofa disappointment lo those who had
picked Mo'ly Connors lo win tlie event.
A collision at the mp'-i between Molly
and Pim:k S, fixed the mare, nud he
blacc gol 11 good sia.l. The eighth
found Piauk S 11 little over 11 length
abend of Molly nud Nullah who were
miming neck, nud neck. The quarter
was passed Vtfli Prank S two more
lengths in .hcxllcnd, but at that point
little Golden called on his mount for n
spurt nud game little Nullah foiged into
second place nud begun lo cut down the
lc.nl. Thomas, who was up on Molly,
gave up nt the third, pullitig up n rule
w.i'Cii redounded niiviiuug imt to 111s
Cicdit. Prank S came home well iu hand
iu 150, with Nullah driving 11 length
J he unir-tutle Japanese race was Pill
exciting event, but the horse with the 1
best r'der won, The houses kept well
together tiiil'l the tldrd pole was reached 1
when a lit.le linfy-marc 'won by n length
baiidr'ilden, from n white gelding which
was out to the last notch. The time win
The most exciliug race of tlie dny was 1
the five fu.'loiigs dash. Rejected was the
favoile, but was left ut the pole through
his inability to get off with the others.
Royal Pan nud Princess Leo a ran neck
nud neck. Not nn inch separated the
two horses, and thus they circled tlie
t ack. At the half, Golden pulled the
l).it 011 the Pan, but McAuliffc was satis-
fiud with hand riding his mount. To
gether they swept under the wire, but
tho.se wiio were s'. Hiding under the wire
opposite t.ie ji)ige's s md claim ml the
Princess was n nose ahead. m It certainly
looked like the black's race from the
timei's'. , hut tlie judges called the
race n dead I1e.1t. The time was 1 :o6t( .
Poui hordes fucil tlie music for the
hal' mile Jap r(ice. The horses trailed
uul'l the last eighth when n black horse
shot up alongside o," 11 bav mare, am) to
gether they swept into tlie stretch. The
bay objected and crowded the black id
' most to the outer pole, To;,e her the
, hoises hiiiideicd under the wire, not an
I inch sep.-iitiug them, 11.nl as pretty a
I dead heat ns one wan s lo see. Tune,
j .59JC Iu theuii off of the Princes-'
Leota-Roynl Pan ilond heat the crowd
came to then feet on the jump. It wis a
' repetition ot tlie first race. Hoth horses
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got away logellic and together circled
the track. Golden pulled the bat on his
ho. 1'" third pole, but McAullffe
hand lode home n neck ahead. The time
The Japanese dead hint wns won by
the black horse. Time 1:01.
Tlie six fill longs handicap was the race
about which most excitement centered.
Weller (128 pounds), Mollic Connors
(115 pounds). Hero ( iod pounds), Del
Vista (U7 pounds), a .til Cnrter Hntrisou
Jr. (121 pounds) weie the horses which
faced the sla.ter'.s flag. Tlie nice was
close up to the first quarter when Carter
Ilarrisou-blewtip iu the air, nnd Weller
took the lead witli Del Vista second.
Tims they went 10 the wire, Weller open
ing up the gap to two le igihs. Del Vista
finished second by a neck, nnd Mollie
Connors third. Time, i:i8J.
Tlie con.ilnlion race went to K0y.1l
Pan. There were tint two other horses
in the 1 uniting, Alpheus and Piero, and
the former snot his bolt n. the quarter.
P ero'tr.iiled .0 the wi.e finishing three
lengths to l'ie rear of Royal Pan, who
won in i:2t. Piom a spo.iiug stand
point the races-were nil that could be de
sired. Ple.ity of money changed hands,
and Ilaruon IJdwards, the well known
siror., i3 said to have coined .)co on "'ie
six furlongs handicap which Weller won.
Those who came iu I out the country for
t'u races, exnressed themselves as well
satisfied with the results of llie met. .
Health ut I'uiiii.
The health report for the month of
December for the District of Puna, shows
two births; two deaths; one marriage.
General health is good. Consumption
is not increasing, There are no con
tagious diseases and no sanitary recom
mendations. Dr. Holland, the Health
Officer stales that the prevailing com
plaint is old age.
Tim Iliutiiiinii Hand.
Tlie Territorial Hand under tlie direc
tion of Knppeliueister Herger did hard
work their first two dnjs iu Hilo. They
started in Wednesday morning nt 9:45
with a concert nt the Ililo Hotel. Tneii
from 12:30 to 5:30 they played the races.
Another concert at 8 in the evening nud
then the hall until midnight, made the
day, one of toil for the musicians. Thurs
day the program was much the same.
Ilerealtcr, each evening while the baud
is iu town, conceits will lie given at the
Ililo Hotel grounds nt 7:30 o'clock. Sun
day nfternoou nt 3 o'clock the band will
give n sacred concert ut the same place.
Kliiiiu Passenger List.
The following passengers arrived by
llie Kiiiau this week: A A Hraymer, C
H Tea IT, II Roouey, M Cappello, 1?
Roouey, Mr Pirn, Miss M I? Maby, Carl
P Rose, II A Niiwahi, T I? Wall. L War
ren, Pi i ice Cupid, A P Mahmilu, J W
Kiihalewai wife and child, Mist M Kn
noha, Annie AyleU Poole, Win McClos
key, M K Cook, Miss Maty K Low, Miss
Lilihana, Miss P Washburn, J W Kclkee,
Chas Sutton, II II Diuioiids, Miss I, K
llariisou, C Hedeuiauii, J W Cnlhcart,
Miss I? M Cheek, Mrs M W Guiiu, L T
Keuake, P J Testa, dipt Herger 27 baud
bovs uid 2 g'.rls, Maui baseball team, G
Cifiuiu'iis, A II Jackson, T Picknrd, J
G.i.cia, A Garcia, J Yates, L R Crook, P
Keliiuci, G Kruger.JRoss.J Hutchinson,
W II Con well Jr.
I?. C. Hnpai named the boys and placed
them iu the baseball game last Wednes
day. The result was a good testimonial
of his level headeduess.
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Opposite Telephone Office
.Mil linger Iledciuiiiin Here.
Mr. C. Hcdcmaun, Manager of the Ho
nolulu Iron Works arrived in the city by
the last Klnau to attend to several busi
ness matters 011 this island for his con
cern. He was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Kennedy. Tuesday and Wednes
day he took in the races. Thursday morn
ing Mr. Hcdemanit went to Olaa to in
spect the new sugar mill which was con
structed by his firm. Mr. Hcdcmaun was
highly gratified witli the successful
working of the big mill.
Prom Olaa, Mr. Hcdcmaun wi'l go
over to Pahala where the Honolulu lro:
Works has secured a contract for the
erection of a new ti'iic roller mill for the
Hawaiian Agriculture Company. Ity
mistake last week, the TioiUNK stated
that this contract was with n plantation
A Cure for Lumbago.
W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Va.,
U. S. A., says : "Por more than n year I
suffered from lumbago. I finally tried
Chamberlain's P.iie Halm and it gave me
entire relief, which nil other reuiedies
had fniled to do. Sold by H'l.o Dunn
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory pf Hawaii.
In the matter of the Kstate ofUNAHIO
I. HA (k), late ofllamukua, Hawaii,
Petition for letters of Administration.
Petition having been filed by Jose Gou
veiaprayiugtli.it letters of Administration
upon said estate be issued to Mid JOSI?
GOl'VIJIA. Notice is hereby given that
Tuesday, the 28th day of Jauuaiy, A. D.
1902. at 9 o'clock a. M., iu the Court
House, South Hilo, is appointed the time
nud place for hearing said petition, when
nud where nil persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if nny they have,
why said petition should not be griinted.
Hilo, December 30th, 1901.
Hy the Court :
DANIHL PORTHR. Clerk.
W. S. Wisi',
Attorney for Petitioner. 9-11
DR. W. I-I. JOiTlS,
M. R. C. V. S.
f'w$ of Quality
Another shipment of our
OIL TAN HCONOMIC
SHOHS has arrived. We
have every size from 5-1 1.
This shoe is built especially
to our order for the rough
wear of Hawaii ; it lias n
heavy double sole, extension
edge nnd is leather lined.
The sole is made from the
best selected oak leather,
and we will guarantee the
shoe lo outweor niiythiug
you can buy no matter what
the cost. You would prob
ably guess the price to be
b by its appearance, but f
will buy it pair nud for 1.25
wc will deliver them to any
postoilicc 011 the Islands.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
1H11.0, - - - Hawaii