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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1902.
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Dpi ion, lmimiii Stkit.t, IIilo, Hawaii.
(Tkiuuni: I1LOCK.)
IIilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
l'ublWhcr niul Proprietor
I'rcddeiit -C. C. Khsj.NhiiY
Vice-President I. E. Riciiahd
SecrcUtV-'treasurer Mm. A. C SthtLK
Auditor A. 1!. SU this
1 Mi 1 1. tor C H.l'AlHlK J. II. Hoik.
AdvcrU.cmcnt iinnccoinpinled liy apeclfic
iiilructloii Inserted until ordered out.
Adtettleiiicnt4llcniitliitied befoie expiration
oT ipecilHd period will lie charged as If con
tinued Tor lull term.
Adilrcm nil communications either to the
ldilorl.tlor lliisiuess Department of TlIK HlLU
I HIllUNi: I'UIII ISII1NO LIIMI'AHV.
The columns ol Till! till n Tkiuuni; are ahvay
open to coniinunlcallons on subject within the
scope of the paper. To renin proper ntlention,
each article must Iw -lulled by Its author. The
iiame. uhi'ii detailed, will he lit lit confidential.
Tun Mini Tkiiidnu is not responsible lor the
opinion or statement of correspondents.
ATTOItMlYS-AT.I.UY.
W. S. Wise,
ATTORN1JY.AT-LAW
Will practice In nil Courts of the Territory, mid
the supreme Court ofllie United St lie.
Ofllce: Tkiuuni Huh. disc,
llridRe Stint, HILO, HAWAII
Chas. M. LeBlond,
ATTORNIJY-AT-LAW
llanalluu, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters,
niul Notary Piihllc In Office.
Oflice: SliVItKANCK IlUILDINR,
Opposite Court I loue, HII.O, HAWAII
J. Cakti.k Ridrway Thos. C. Ridrway
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATfOKNHYS-AT-LAW
SolUltom of Patents Rciicrnl Law Practice
HII.O, HAWAII.
Notary Public in Office.
OI'I'ICH: Wulaniiviiue mid Uridine Streets
Godfrey F. Alfonso,
ATTORNIJY.AT-I.AW
Notary Public
ArciiI 10 urniit Marriage Licenses
Room 4, Trllmuc lllocV.,
bridge St., IIilo
P. (. Ilox 304
Til. 147.
PHYSICIANS.
JOHN J. GRACE, M. I).. F.K.C.S.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGF.ON
omcc waianuhnuh st.
1) lilcc Hours: h to 11 n. in.. 1 to 3 p. 111.
KveiiiiiK't 7:a to K
No tnoriiliiK hours on Widuisdays.
R. Ii. Reid, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGIJON
Ollicc: Spki!cki!i.s' IIi.ock.
Office Hours :
10:30 in 12 n. in.; 2 to 4 nnd 7 to 8 p. tu,
Sundays, 9 to 12 n. m.
C. L. Stow,
M. R. C. S., Utc.
PHYSICIAN AND SL'RGIiO.V
OKne I lours s 30 to 11 n in , 3 to 4, mid 7 to Hp 111.
(Illice and Kisidcucc
hl'VI'UANCI' HtirnH. PITMAN hTKI'I'l
KI.Ali KSTATi:, I.TC
1. 1:. it.w
W A. RY
Ray Brothers,
RIJAL IJSTATIJ, COMMISSION AND
FINANCIAL AGIJNTS
Wahiuieniie ,Su-et, IIII.O, HAWAII
A. IJ. Sutton II. Yicars
A. K. Sution & Co.
Aeuts for Loudon mid Lincisliire Fire I
Iiisiir.tuct Company, Orient lusiir- .
mice Company. Westchester
Fin: Insurance Company. I
Auctionhuus, Commission-, Rkai. IJs
TATIi AND I.NMIKANCIt Al.l'.NTS
Office iu IJconomic Sum Stork,
IIILO, HAWAII.
W. A. Purdy,
LIFI5. FIRIJ, ACCIDIJNT, MARIN1J
INStlRANCU
Oi.ii Custom Housk Hiumiinr,
Front Strict. IIilo, Hawaii.
E. U. Baldwin,
RIJAL IJSTATIJ AGIJNT AND
SURVIJYOR
Waiiiiiuenne Sheet,
IIilo, Hawaii
Ttleplioue No. 13 I'. O. Ilom No. s,
ADVISORY CO.MMITTKU:
J. W. Mason A. lliiiiiluirK I'. I'tcl.
I,. Turin r A. H. sultou
llawaiiiiii Business Agency
Ofice Klnir slicit. Oiio.lio Conn Hon-', Hilo.
II ivnill, with niji nls ami mm-iHudi'iiu iu all
ill'tllcl 11I Hie I'll r limy and iIiihukIioiiI the
UicIIihI Mati'i. Mot iilu.ililc irlvilt lnfoiinu
tlou tuhiiliMillxir! ColUetloii.il Ktally.
IiKNTISTS.
Dr. M. Wachs,
DIJNTIST
Ofllce Hours,
9-12 niul 1-4.
l'ituiuti Street,
Next to Hotel.
-r-TT 1, TT 01' ' '
Walter Jbl. OCllOening
DKNTIST
SltVliRANCK HotJSK,
Pitman Street, IIilo, Hawaii
Chas. M. Lellloud,
Attorney.
w. H. Smith,
anager.
Lf.Blond-Smith
BUSINESS AGENCY
All collections promptly made and accounted Tor.
Kenls collided Tor absentees mid
estates attended to.
SKVI'KANCl' 111.1)0.,
Opp. Court House.
VETKKINAKY NUKUKON.
13 R W. II. TONES,
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M. R. C. V. S.
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ClTV STAnnts
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR SALE.
Pop. Salk 1-oiir (4) thoroughbred
Pointer puppies, beautifully marked lines
and white, three females and one male,
J-S to $ 35 each
Apply, Homer's Ranch,
K ukatau.
FOR
RENT.
',, " " r" it " 1 1 J
l'ou Runt In Puueo, new and modern
cottage; inquire of ALLAN WALL, at
tliejlilo Market.
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NOTICES.
Pine iob work iu nil its branches.
i-Give us it chance to estimate. Triuunic.
N-ivriPKVrittipr tli.- Mnstnm nnr
Agentofvesv-ls-of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con -
traded by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Agent '
Hilo. April ,6, ,90,. 24
LEGAL NOTICES.
Notice to Creditors.
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In the Circuit Courtof the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii
In Proiiatk At Ciiamukks.
In the matter of the IJhtate of JOSIJPH
KIJAWIJOPALA (c), deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
ot tliu estate ol sum deceased.
All creditors of said deceased are hereby
notified to present their claims duly verf
lied nnd with proper vouchers, if any. to
the undersigned ot the office of RIDG
WAY & RIDGWAY iu Hilo, Territory
of Hawaii, within six mouths from the
date ol this notice, otherwise, such claims,
if iiuy there be, will be forever barred.
A. IJ. SUTTON,
Administrator.
RlDRWAY & RlDC.WAY,
Attorneys for Administrator,
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 16, 1901. 7-10
Notice to Creditors.
I All creditors of .the estate of F.dward 1 Territory or Hawaii.
I Notthrup Hitchcock, deceased, are hereby AT CllAMIiliRS In Proiiati!.
I notified to present their cluims, duly . i the mutter of the ljstate of JOHNSON
1 authenticated mid with proper vouchers, I NICIC1JUS, of Hilo, Hnwiili. lie
it" u n y exist, to Harriet C. Hitchcock, ex- ceased.
,eculrix of said estate, eitlnr at herresi The last will and testament of said de-
dence or iu me omce 01 ner solicitors,
SMITH & PARSONS, in Hilo, Hawaii.
wiiiiiii sia iiiuiiuis uuiii me iiujt ui mi.-
c.. ... .i.i!., ..!.... ..r ti.ij .....;.. Tfi.i
claims are nut
Him -...i.iuu ... .u .... tv.. .. n....
presented witnin six
first publication of this
nresenteil
mouths from the first publication ot tilts
I notice, or within six months from the
j day they fall due they shall be forever
I barred, mid the executrix shall not be
aiithorued to pay them.
I HARRIIJT C. HITCHCOCK,
I IJxeculrix of the last will mid testament
111 1'iiwiirti xsitrtiiriiii i liiciicuuiv. ill,
ceased.
Smitii & Parsons,
Attorneys for said Uxecutrix.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 2, ,901.
5-5t
FOK SALE.
10 TON ICIJ MAKING PLANT COM
plete, with 18 ft. Pellon Water Wiled and
other machinery; also lot mid buildings ,
situated 011 Pitman St., formerly occupied '
ny the iiiiiiersigueii, l'(ir particulars as
to price, etc,, apply to
HILO IJLUCTRIC LIGHT CO., LTD.
1 BY AUTHORITY.
Sale of Government Lot
! at IIilo, Hawaii.
On Monday, January 13th, 1902, nt 13
o'clock noon, nt the front entrance of the
Capitol (Executive Hulldlng), will be
! sold nt public miction Government Lot
I situated on Wnlantienue street, Pilhonua,
HIIo, Island of Hawaii, nnd containing
, is, 000 square feet more or less.
Upset price, $15,000.
Terms Cash U. S. Gold Coin.
Hxpcusc of Patent Grnnt nnd Stumps
to be paid by purchaser.
Map of the same can be seen nt this
office of the Superintendent of Public
, Works, Honolulu, nnd nt the office of IJ.
IJ. Richards, Government I.aud Agent nt
1 IIilo.
JAM1JS II. 110YD,
8-io Superintendent of Public Works
Notice lo Creditors.
"tin the Circuit Court oflhe l-'ourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
! IN l'KOIIATH AT ClIAMHUKS.
'' the matter of the Kstate of VIRIA IJ.
GIJHR, deceased.
Notice is hereby ulveii that the under
1 signed has been appointed Uxectttor of
the estate of said deceased.
Allcreditorsofsaiddeceosednrehercby
nuiiiicii iu present incir Claims umy veri
j f1C(j nIuj witj, pr0pcr vouchers, if any, to
me undersigned nt tne omcc 01 kii-iij-WAY
& RIDGWAY in IIilo, Territory
of Hawaii, within six mouths from the
dnte of this notice, otherwise, such claims,
if any there be, will be forever barred.
HIJRMJRT II. GIJHR.
Uxectttor of the last will nnd testament
I of Viria IJ. Gchr, dcccaocd.
Rhk;wav & RidowaV,
Attomevs for Kxerutnr.
, Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 27, 1001. 8-n
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Iu the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
i In PkouaTK.
1 1 the matter of the Ustote of JOHN
vtatt .l-mnspil
j The last will and testament of the said
1 deceiised having been presented to the
I said Court, together with n petition for
1 the probate thereof and for the issuance
of letters testamentary to Maria Niatt,
' notice is hereby given that Thursday, the
. 10th dav of lainiarv. A. D. 1002. at
1 9 o'clock a. m., in the Court House nt
boutU IIilo, Hawaii, is appointed the
time uud place for proving said will and
, for hearing application, when nnd where
, any person interested may appear and
-how cause, if any he or she may have,
w"i' - l'raycr of said petition should
j nol be Krauted
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 24, ,90,.
I K I DO WAY Ct K I DO WAY,
Attorneys for petitioner. 8-10
Hilo Wnlcr Notice.
I Iu accordance with Section , of Chap-
' " XXYI of the law of ,8S6:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing June 30, 1902, will be due nnd pay
able nt the office of Hilo Water Works on
the ,st day of January. ,902,
1 .,. , , . . ... .,
f AU s,,cU n,Uw rem''""K ""I''1''1 for fif"
1 teen days after they are due will be sub
ject to nil additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid February, 1902, (thirty days nfter
becoming delinquent), me liable to sus
pension without further notice.
Rates are payable nt the office of the
Water Works on King street.
W. VANATTA,
Sup. Hilo Water Works.
Hilo, Dec. 26, ,902. 8-1 it
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
ceased havim! been nresenteil to sa il
Court together with n petition lor the
pronaie inereoi, mid lor lie issuance 01
I ... . . ..... .. . .
icuers lesiameiiinry 10 rump ivck uav-
in,' been fi id.
?()tiCL. u lcrci,v i-iven that Thursday
Notice is hereby liiven that Thursday
the 30th day of January, A. D. 1902, at
9 o'clock 11. in., iu the Court House.
South Hilo, Hawaii, is hereby appointed
' the time mid nlace for iiroviui Mid will
mid hearing said application, when mid
where any person interested may appear
, the nraver ofwiid netitiou should not hi
mm liiou. ,-niib, ,, fim. in.., iit.tt,, ... ...
grunted.
7. .
IIilo, Hawaii, Dec. 24, ,901.
liy the Court:
DANIIJL PORT1JR, Clerk.
, W. S. Wish,
Attorney for Petitioner. K-io
Cane Seed for Sale.
Whitney or Yellow Iiamboo and Rose
Itumlioo cane seed at 22li miles Ohm
road, 25c. per lug if sold Iu quantity.
Address A. 1. Tulloch, y-Mile, Ulan P. O.
OWlt
KAT1IS FOK UUHANS.
Kopubllcnu Lenders Xo In I'nvor of
Sinking' t'oiiccRslons.
Washington, December 25. Sen
ator Aldrich, one of the leaders of
the Senate, has come to the conclu
sion that a differential tariff must
he granted to Cuba. Karly in the
session he shared with Senator
Piatt ol" Connecticut the opinion
that nothing should be done for
Cuba, as the United States had al
ready more than carried out its
obligations. Now, however, he
advocates a reduction of the tariff,
and bases his reason on the combi-
nation that has been formed to
bring nbout annexation if the tariff)
is not reduced. '
Senator Aldrich told Senator Per-!
kins this week that the sugar trust
and other strong influences were at
work to bring about annexation,
and that if the tariff were not re
duced Cuba would be in such shape
that the United States would prac'
tically be coerced into annexing the
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island. Aldrich added that he was
opposed to annexation, and that,
rather than have the sugar trust se
cure free trade, which would follow
annexation, he would favor the re
duction of the tariff. He thought
the matter would be reached during
the spring.
Senator Lodge and Senator Per-
kms were in Secretary Root's office
today when the subject came up.
'We must have a reduction of the
1 tariff," said Senator Lodge. "If
we do not, the influences that are
working for annexation will be
victorious. The people of Cuba, if
I,
they secure a reduction of the tariff, 1 Wilson to be unpatriotic and un
will be able to work out their sal-'just in his attitude toward Cuba,
vation; but if they don't secure it
they will be a unit for annexation.
Their only market is the United
States."
Secretary Root expressed an
earnest desire to have the tariff re
duced iu order to relieve the ten
sion in Cuba. Senator Perkins.said
he was opposed to the reduction of the suggestion of his resignation
the tariff, but Senator Lodge rc.a"d insisted upon his remaining at
. ,, ,. ,. -. . , . I the head of the Agricultural De-
plted that it was bound to conic. ,..,
Both Aldrich and Lodge favor a
reduction of half a cent a pound on
Cuban raw sugar, and a reduction
on tobacco and other island pro
ducts. 0 at Ion for Schley.
New York, Dec. 27. A special
to the World from Washington
says: At the new National Thea
ter tonight Miss Molly Klliott Sea
well, the authoress, gave a box
party to Admiral and Mrs. Schley
to see the performance of James K.
Ilackett in "Don Caesar's Return."
The Admiral entered the theater
without attracting attention and
proceeded to the box. Before he
was fairly seated the large audience
present recognized him and a storm
of applause swept through the big
I auditorium. Women waved their
handkerchiefs and ineii shouted.
This continued until Admiral
Schley was compelled to come for
ward and how to the audience.
There was then a renewal of the
ovation, and it was several minutes
before sufficient quiet prevailed for
.. . , . ,
the nlav to tirnrppil.
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After the performance Miss Sea-
.. 1 "orui.incc Aites oca
well gave a dinner to Admiral and
Mrs. Schley. Among the guests
were James K. Ilackett and former
Secretary of the Navy Herbert
, ...
! Hrltlf.il Losses III 11 Hermit I'lglll.
L::'iLUiic0-,;?-rIX' , T,,tar,tal&,u--s
jccived here today from South person on January 1 6th. Witha.sion.
Africa of the ambuscading near view to providing accommodations I '
Bogiunderyn, Orange River Colony, for the members of the House of! Clilertaln .Siinison Surrenders.
( December 21st, of 200 mounted in 1 Commons and avoiding the" scenes , Washington, Dee. 2G.--TI11: Wai
fautry by 300 Boers nnd .to armed that occurred on the occasion of his Department has been ntmrised bv
natives, led by Commandant Britz,
jshow the British losses to have been
1 ten men killed and fifteen wounded,
The losses
known.
of the Boers are not
SHAM TO HK SLOKKTAKY.
Ionu (Coventor Accepts llio Tender
of the Place In the Cabinet
Washington, Dec. 25. It was
announced authoritatively this
evening that Governor Leslie M.
Shaw ot Iowa would be appointed
secretary of the Treasury to succeed
Secretary Lyman J. Gage. There
will be no change in the office of
Secretary of Agriculture, Secretary
Wilson, also of Iowa, continuing to
retain that portfolio. The date of
transfer of the Treasury Depart
ment will depend on the mutual '
convenience of the outgoing and !
the incoming Secretary, Mr. Gage
having signified an entire willing-1
ncss to remain at the head of his I
department until such times as it
j may be agreeable to his successor to
take hold. It is supposed, how-
ever, that Governor Shaw will be
inducted into his new office some
time in January.
The official announcement from
the White House tonight that
Governor Shaw would succeed
Gage and that Secretary Wilson
wotild remain in the Cabinet is of
special importance iu view of the
fight that has been made, and is be
ing made, against Secretary Wilson
by papers supposed to be working
in the interest of the sugar trust.
Among these papers is the New
I York Tribune, which has had a
' page article going into the Cuban
situation and predicting that Sec
retary Wilson's strong attitude up
holding the beet sugar interests
would eventually force him out of
the Cabinet. It declared Secretary
and that in view of the President's
strong desire to follow the sugges
tions of General Wood and Sec
retary Root in giving relief to
Cuba, there was trouble ahead for
Wilson.
Secretary Wilson reiterated .oday
that the President had scoffed at
1 j'ttt wuwitti
j Itiltish Royalty (lives Presents.
I London, Doc. 25. Christmas in
I London was fairly fine, but the
heavy snow returned from Scotlaud.
The King, with the Princess Vic
toria, attended service in the morning-
at the Chapel Royal in St.
James' Palace and later dined
quietly with the Duke and Duchess
of Connattght at Clarence House.
1 he Queen sent an enormous
quantity of toys, with autograph
cards, to the children's hospital in
London, and the royal family made
generous gifts to other hospitals.
King Kdward sent contributions to
the dinners of all of the household
troops.
.
l'.'i-u-Itollvluii Treaty.
Lima (Peru), December 25.
Advices from La Paz, capital of
Bolivia, say Congress closed Mon
day without sanctioning the treaty
of arbitration in the matter of the
rmitrnvnri rocrnrilinnr tltr. lr,i,,iloril
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formed 111 London for the leading
j concession of territory iu Acre.
The King Villi Open Parliament.
New York, Dec. 26. A cable
gram to the Situ from London says
r. 1 1 - .. . ...
majesty's accession, a raised plat-
form is being erected iu the House
of Lords, where the strangers
gallery will also be reserved for
members of the lower house.
MSCUSS ANOI-O-AMintlCAX UNION
London Press Declares That Siicos
Hon of Stead is Impossible.
London, December 25. The
Daily News this morning in an
editorial discussing Stead's pam
phlet on the "American Lion of
the World,', admits that Mr. Glad
stone's prophecy that the United
States would replace Great Britain
a the premier nation has been, on
the whole, realized, but it declares
it to be utterly impossible that
Great Britain, as Mr. Stead cx-
travagantly expresses, should enter
an American union, except after a
series of disasters rendering separate
existence impossible. The paper
considers any kind of an Anglo
American federation equally un
likely, owing to the Briton's in
satiable love of caste, which led
Cobdcn to insist that the Ivnglwh
were democrats. Por the rest it
confesses the enormous influence
which the United States wields
over British colonies, and that a
majority of Irishmen would vote
for federation with the United
States.
The article further says it would
be interesting to see what must
happen if the United States should
drop its protectionist policy and
should offer to Jamaica, India or
even Australia the immense bribe
of admission on reciprocal terms to
'their vast, ever-extending markets.
PANAMA NOT OUT OP PKJHT.
French Ciinnl Company llus Made a
Nc Offer.
Chicago, December 26. A spe
cial to the Record-Herald from
Washington says: It may be Pan
ama after all. As soon as the holi
days arc over and Congress says
"return to town," the battle of the
canals is expected to rage with
great fury. Nicaragua still has the
advantage, but it is not to be per
mitted to carry off the honors with
out a struggle. Panama is devel
oping unlooked for strength.
A private telegram front Paris re
ceived here today indicates that the
new Panama canal company is pre
pared to submit to the United
States a definite offer of sale at the
value set by the Walker Commis
sion, namely $40,000,000. If the
Panama company does submit such
an offer, and includes in it all its
property of whatever description,
there is at least a chance that the
strong tide now running iu favor of
Nicaragua may be stemmed.
In the House, it is not believed,
that Panama at any price would
receive consideration. The House
is set for Nicaragua, and apparently
nothing can change its views at
this late hour. But iu the Senate
a strong Panama party is develop
ing. Influential Senators say
privately that they think Panama
probably the better route, and if
any offer to sell at the Commission's
valuation is received, they declare
that it shall receive favorable atten
tion at the hands of the Senate.
The Commission, it is said, would
liave recommended Panama if it
11 had on hand a binding offer
from the French company to sell
for $40,000,000, or perhaps for
$50,000,000. It recommended Ni
caragua Lecatisc it had no choice,
because the Panama people would
not meet the situation. Should the
Commission now change its recoui-
mfMwlnt irii frmii "Minnr-nrim t 1nti.
cable from Manila of the surieudcr
of the insurgent chieftain Samson
lat Mutascaron. with all his officers
land men, twenty-eight cannon and
j forty-five rifles.
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