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Money to loan Wise.
The baud boys captured Hllo with
Por screen doors nil size1 go to Hlcliley,
Paul Jarrett of l'liiia lias gone to Hono
lulu to bring bis family home.
Por Kent Office, comer King and Pit
man streets. WlSlt.
Wlivrc & Mnekavs Special .Selected
llighfnnd Whisky ill Peacock t Co.
I'or S.ilc one acre, sea frontage, be
tween Ililo and Waiimku. Wlrtit.
The Cinch Club meets this afternoon
nt the home of Mm, C. U. Richards.
W. 15. Skinner oflhe Houolulii I-.lcc
trie Light Company is in the city on busi
lies. Miss Tlintiini, one of the Hilo teachers,
was kept from her duties this week by
Wednesday afternoon the b.ind was
given a limit nt the home of Nailltna in
i The Heading Club held its regular
meeting last Monday nt the Pirst Porclgn
Members of the Cinch Club wonder if
the Grand jury proposes to slop plnying
The Ililo Kailroad Company will begin
the erection of a depot at l'Vrnd.ile within
a few days.
Don't forget to attend the sale of tlat:i
nged goods, in the old I. 11. Kerr store
Demosthenes I.ycnrgus the genial host
at the Waianuennc street Cafe is laid up
with the grip.
Pirst class pasture land for rent, prin
cipally Hoiiohono. l'or particulars apply
to Chas. M. Lelllond.
Thos. Kennedy, who was dangerously
ill with pneumonia during the holidays
is now out of danger.
Ktibbcr lite work done nt the Kilter
prise Carriigc Shop; reasonable prices;
Dr. 1?. Garrison, who has been in Ililo
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attending court will take a trip to the derrick plan nnil is designed to weigh nnd
Coast for n vacation. ,oa(1 t)le cnne nt t,c game lhne The cx.
A few very handsome chairs, liphol- pcriment wns made yesterdny with 1500
stcred lit leather and yclour, have just ,,, of M1 ,,, , TJlc ,nTelllcm
been opened by -.. N. Holmes. , protccc, by n,,,,!,,,, for ,,alcnt
Manuel Cook, of the Dejiartnient of nud will 'jc given further trial in the
Public Works is spending his vacation 'actual handling of cane In n few days.
' here niiiong old friends. j .
Christmas nud New Year's have gone, 1
but we nrc still at the old stand on llridge R. W. Jones, manager of the Hittnuu a
street. W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. I Sheep Stntion was cnlled home early in
, . I the week by n telephone message saying
W.S. McLean who has charge of the that his wife is ill.
Cigar Department in the Ililo Mercantile
Company is in Honolulu on business. ( , l'b' "t the Hilo Iloarding School is
' ' ... 1 forming a class in German. Persons
Chas. Williams of Honokaa is in the wishing to take up the language should
city this week looking nfter the interests 1 apply at the school,
of several clients in the Circuit Court. I
I "Straightncss" will be Mr. Cruzau's
Accounts in Honolulu collected and subject Sunday morning. In the evening
other business transactions attended to ilc wnj Kjve a plain, prncticnl talk on
through our correspondents nt the Capital "Some Tabooed Amusements."
I.e llloud-Sinith, llusiness Agency. , . ,,,,,.... . . ,.
, The Pinno Club held its first post-holi-Mr.
and Mrs. Criuau sjitnt Monday nnd j ,iy session Wcdtiesdny nfternoon nt the
Tuesday at Kauinaua rusticating, fliey
occupied for the
time tne residence of
What you want during
this cold weather is n
bottle of ::;:::: :
I'OSTISU .t SONS. LONDON,
2.50 per dozen
For rut idling the blood
and invigorating I lie
sjstfiu try our : : : : :
$12 per Case
of one dozen
(1U0SSMAN WINS AGAIN.
Hnckfeld A; Co. Cnuiint Kccovcr
In a lengthy decision filed Inst week
the Supreme Court sustained the decision
ofjlldge Little by which II. Hnckfeld &
Co. was estopped from collecting monies
advanced to J. K. Grossman and M. E.
Grossman for the cultivation of coffee on
Hawaii. The decision, which is a leng
thy one, wns written by Justice Galbrailh,
and though the Supreme Court holds
that the plaiulilThiid a right to foreclose
if dissatisfied with the way the planta
tion was conducted, yet the evidence
failed to prove that the firm of Hnckfeld
& Co. was dissatisfied.
Ill concluding its finding the court
says that the evidence sustained the find
ing of the lower court that the dissatisfac
tion of the plaintiff with defendant's
cofTec growing was not bouafide, and
that no suggestion had ever been offered
to plaiutiltsushowto improve their meth
ods of cultivation.
Smith & Parsons and Kinney, llnllou
nnjl McClannhnti for plaintiff. Wise &
Nicketis and Cecil Drown for defendants.
1'iriy Yours hi llitmill.
Sunday January 1 2, will be the fiftieth
anniversary of tlic arrival of Postmaster
Severance to these Islands. The day
will be properly remembered in the
A (Irnud Jury of Upright .Men.
C. C. Kennedy foreman, A. W. Richard-
son, John T. Moir, W. G. Walker. Win.
riillitr, Albert Horner, II. I'. Scliocn, W.
11. Ilecrs, J. K. Gatuailson, K. N. Holmes,
I'cterGlbb, A. K. Sutton. Tohn'T. Haker.
W. II. Shipmati J,. M. White-house, J. S.
Erilckson Untie Loader.
Mr. I. Krrickson exhibited a enne
loader yesterdny nt noon nt rouohnwni
and Pleasant streets which he claims will
greatly cheapen the process of loading
cane in the fields. It is made on the
' home of Miss Klvira Richardson. The
subject for the day was Chopin
Green River, the whisky without a
headache; try it nud sec. Drop around
to W. C. Pencock & Co.'s, they have it
fot sale, with many other brands.
The Hilo Teachers will resume their
bi-weekly meetings next Tuesday night.
The program is arranged nnd "will be
given as usual at the Union School.
David Haughs, in company with a
Government forester is making a tour of
this island, inspecting the forests. The
party is being piloted by Mr. Kbeti Low.
It is worth your while to read Hoff
schlaeger Co., Ltd., nil in this issue.
They are offering genuine nrticles nt rea
sonable prices. Their telephone is No. 23.
News of the death of Mrs. J. S. II. Drntt
came to Hilo by the last Kiuau. The de
ceased was well known hetc and her sud-
' deit death was a shock to her many
I The Teachers' Reading Circle will meet
Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1117:30 p. m. The geo
1 graphy oi Greece and the early poems of
1 llryanl will be subjecU considered. All
I are welcome.
A. Simpson, for a long time Mau-
auer of the Pioneer News Coiuiiauv in
returning to Honolulu will leave behind
It 1 tn a host or warm friends who regret
l'or uplodate sanitary plumbing go to
jthe Ililo Mercantile Co. This Depart
ment of their business is conducted in n
manner that gives universal satisfaction
1 to their patrons.
An old Hawaiian, known ns Pish Kni.i,
was seriously iujtiied last week at Kukui-
' huelc by falling stones. He was going
, over a bluff and was unable lo get out of
the way of loosened boulders.
I On Saturday January 11, at the old L.
I II. Kerr store in the Peacock Hlock, K.
!N. IIOLMKS, will hold n sale of Dry
, Goods damaged by water, the prices will
be made low enough to clear out the
whole lot in one day.
If you nre looking for bargains attend
15. N. IIOLMKS sale of Dry Goods dam
aued by water, at the old L. II. Kerr store
Siturdav, the entire lot will positively be of the guard (Philip Kiimalea) hav
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i-iuirii urn, iii wc win ii-iurii none 01
tlie goods to the main store.
R W. Jones, Manager of
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jSlieep Station, while in tin; elty. linnlit
of Geo. S, McKciuic a four year old
thorough bred, Iua, sired by St. Savor. !
The price paid was not specifically given
but was well up into fancy figures.
1 l'.J. Testa of Houolulii who has been in
1 the city ten days 011 a vacation returned
1 home a week earlier than he had planned,
owing to news he received of the illness
of Mr. Norrie, Kditor of the Independent,
of which Mr. Testa is owner and malinger.
C. W. Seaward, representing the Mer
geiithaeler Linotype Company arrived in 1
Hilo by the last Kiuau. Mr. Seaward
has premonitions that the city of Hilo
will soon undergo a boom, making two
or three daily papers a necessity. In
such case he is ready to furnish the lino
types. Through our connections with n big
real estate firm in the Hast we can sell or I
exchange your town residences, nud
farms or iiomesteads in the country,
throughout Hawaii. Lots of people in
the Kasteru Seaboard are looking homes
in Hawaii. I.e Hloud-Smitli, llusiness
(IRANI) JURY RKl'ORT.
(Continued from page 4.)
lit the case of Yutaro, who we are In
formed Is a special detective of the Sheriff,
In all matters connected with the Depart
ment, it is iucotisistaut with the work of
his office, that he should be connected
with nny concern; the Jnpancse Wine
& Liquor Company, or any other firm,
dealing In the sale ol liquors, wholesale,
retail or by peddling. The above re
marks arc further applicable in the case
of N. K, Lyman, the chief clerk to the
Sheriff, and an official of the Japanese
Wine & Liquor Company.
We regret that it has conic to our ears,
that this matter has been the talk of the
town, and that the .Sheriffs Department
lms taken 110 nclion in the matter.
We lenrn that intimidation has been
brought to bear 011 customers of other
houses, that should nny purchase nt nny
other place than front the Japanese Wine
& Liquor Company, they might expect
We have examined witnesses, but ow
ing to the character of the Japanese race,
arc very reticent in divulging nny thing
of the nature, 'though having spoken
freely prior to being called before this
We arc of the further opinion that there
are other officers In the employ of the
Government, having n live interest in the
above named concern, of which Yutaro
appears to be the principal promoter.
We nrc of the opinion that there should
be a wash day nt the Sheriffs office.
In Regard to the Complaint from Resi
dents of Waipio, Hamaktta, Charging
Hauiakua Road Hoard With Having
Paid Hill of Supt. of Public Works
(Iioyd) for Travelling nnd Hotel Kx
pemes in Hauiakua District.
We have examined into this, nud find
Hint said Hoard have not paid this Hill,
but we do find that they were in receipt
of such a bill for $247.00, but refused to
Wc nlso find that n like bill wns sent to
South Hilo Road Hoard for $250.00, which
bill was claimed to be due Hoyd for trav
elling nnd other expenses incurred while
in South Hllo District, and like Hauia
kua Road Hoard, nlso refused payment.
Wc nrc very strongly of the opinion
that the Road Hoards ncted wisely in re
fusing to pay such bills, as there is a
special appropriation for such expenses,
nnd as wc understand it Road money can
be used for road purposes only.
We also understand that Kohnla and
Waimea Road Hoards paid such like
bills, which wc nrc ot the opinion should
not have been paid, nnd very much ques
tion the right or legality of Supt. of
Public Works rendering such bills, nnd
requesting payment of same.
IN THIS CASI5 Of J'UGIHAKA.
Wc begs leave to report as follows on
above mention case :
1 According to testimony, one l'ugihara,
I a prisoner convicted and sentenced to
l-dcath by said Circuit Court did escape
j from the Hilo Jail, Ililo, Hawaii, during
the night of July it, 1901, or morning of
I July 12, 1901, and we find that the Jailor
I (Charles Moore), failed to carry out di
stinctions given by the Sheriff, in that he
ignored said instructions, so far ns main
1 tabling one guard, instead of two, that
I the guards while 011 duty slept nt Inter
vals, nud wc learn that the Sheriff prior
to his departure to Ilouokaa or Knu gave
instructions to Charles Moore ns to the
custody of the prisoner. We have also
learned that he was asked by the Deputy
Sheriff, ns to what instructions were to
be carried out, and the Deputy was in
formed that the matter was in the hands
of the Jailor, Charles Moore. We are of
the opinion that had the Sheriff put the
whole matter in the hands of his Deputy,
who was in charge during his nbsence,
instead of his Jailor, we would not have
been obliged to look into the matter at
j this time.
At the same time wc are of
the opinion that the prisoner escaped
through the connivance of the guards,
not over the fence, or wall, but through
the gate, and that the prisoner's bed was
so arranged to repiesent n person sleep
ing thereon, not by the prisoner, but by
someone hi the Jail, nud that one Kan
Kou a prisoner, immediately opposili
said Kugihara, should not hear any noise
during the night, a guard being placed
between the two prisoners and both pri
soners being shackled, nud the doors of
both cells open, it would seem to us that
the prisoner was assisted to escape. While
we have no proof tltat bribery was re
sorted to, we are of opinion that aid was
given the prisoner both 011 the in
side and outside of the Jail; the fact
1 ini s iaki-11 linnils wti tie nriKoner
before going off his watch about mid-
!,llttlltnllll1laTimfiffl,lil flint III. nn.
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Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food j
Alum baking powders arc the greatest
nu-naccrj to health of the present day.
ROVAl (UKthO POWDIH CO , NtW YORK.
vSotts occasion wns this done, leads us to
suppose that collusion was resorted to;
that the Jailor or Guard, fnilcd to report
the prisoner's disappearance to the
Sheriff's office until 6:10 a. m,, when it
wns claimed by the Guard that the
prisoner wns missed between 3 nnd 4
o'clock 011 the morning of July 12, 1901,
is certainly suspicious, not doubting that
due diligence was exercised by the
Sheriff's department nfter they hnd re
ceived word front the Jailor that the
prisoner had escaped. We find Wnlho
lani neglected to find out whether l'ugl
barn wns in his cell on the night of July
tt, 1902, taking Kiimalae's word that
1-itgihatii wns nlright, and did not find
out Until next morning that he was miss
ing. Wc would recommend that an Auto
malic Register and bell be installed in
the place of the ntltiquidaled bell now in
use, while this bell is supposed to be
rung nt intervals of 30 minutes, they have
no means of knowing whether the Guard
is nwake or not: we would like to drnw
nttention to the fact that shnckles now
used in the Jnil can be jerked open by
giving n sharp kick, nnd that the keys to
same should not be kept in the guards
pockets; that proper housing of the
prisoners be made, a case in point, wc
visited the Jail on the 8th Inst., nnd up
on inspection of the leper department,
we found one inmate awaiting for re
tuovnl to Houolulii, who uixm the Jury
entering nt 3 1-. M complained of not
having nny food since breakfast, (9
o'clock). Apparently he had been for
gotten; that said Jail is not n proper
plnce for prisoners of n despcrntc diame
ter. The doors, gates, fence and wall, is
very flimsy; the stench from manure nnd
closets is bad; the bathing pool is dirty,
nnd in n general way, things might be
C. C. KICNNKDY.
Porctnan Grand Jury,
' Scott Leaves for Klhcl.
James Scott, who goes to Maui today
to take the management of the Kihcl
plantation, denies flatly that he ever
made nny remark to any person whom
soever, which might be construed to
mean that he possibly would succeed j.
W. Lowrie as manager nt Spreckclsvillc
plantation. The statement wns made in
the TiuiiUNit n few weeks ago on appar
ently good authority that Mr. Scott was
slated for Lowrie's place, it being under
stood that Mr. Lowrie contemplated re
signing. It is only due to Mr. Scott that
the TwuiUNi! add io his denial of respon
sibility for the rumor, the further state
ment that he in no way inspired the re
port or countenanced it so far ns enn be
Mr. Scott goes to his new lnbors todny,
having remained nt Olna long enough to
prove to himself beyond any question
that the new mill works perfectly in every
pnrt nud detail.
Mr. nud Mrs. JnnettT. Lewis announce
the engagement of their daughter Hazel
to Mr. Clarence Robinson of llabylon
Long Island. Miss Lewis is one of Hilo's
most esteemed young ladies. Mr. Robin
son, who is n member of n well known
Long Islnnd fnmily visited Hilo two years
ago. At that time he met Miss Lewis.
Thos.1 E. Wall, of Wall, Nichols & Co.,
arrived, by Inst Kinnu to make his annual
cxamiaatiou into the affairs of that firms
Hilo branch stores. Mr. Wall decided to
combine their two stores. As a result
the Pioneer News Company stock will be
transferred lo the store managed by Mr.
Kclsey. Mr. Simpson manager of the
Pioneer News Company returns to Hono
Mrs. Terry nnd Miss Deyo are forming
n new Sunday School Class in the Foreign
Sunday School for children three years
old nnd younger. It is called the "Crndle
Roll." Ilalilcs too small to leave their
mother's anus nre registered as well ns
those of riper mouths. The birthdays of
the toddlers will be kept in mind by the
Sunday School teachers. A card or a
present for the baby once a year is calcu
lated, to win the child for the school when
it nrrives nt years of understanding.
In the case of Dr. 15. Garrison of Ilo
uokaa against the Htiimuilu Sheep Sta
tion Co., assumpsit, for medical services
rendered, the defendant through its at
torney P. M. Wnkefield, on Tuesdny, se
cured a continuance to the July term,
upon ground of the absence of material
witnesses, Col. Sam Parker the president
of tlic defendant corporation being at
present 011 the Mainland and the mali
nger of the company, Mr. Jones, being
caltet) home 011 account of the serious
illness of his wife.
' A Cure for Lumbago.
W. C. Williamson, of Amherst, Vn.,
U. S. A., says : "l'or more than a year I
suffered from lumbago. I finally tried
Chamberlain's l'.tio Halm and it gave me
entire relief, which all other remedies
had failed to do. Sold by II 1 1.0 Ditliti
, llist Hank of Ililo, Lid.
Incorporated March 15, 1901
Close of llusiness December 31, 1901,
Loans and Discounts 259,169,29
Call Loans and Overdraft ' 698,30
furniture mid fixtures f,fi2.S.b3
Accrued Interest License and.,
Revenue Stamps 4,501.55
Due from other banks i6,..S.,S5
Cash and Exchange 29,625.44
Capital Stock paid in ,
Due to other Hanks,,
I, C. A. Stobie, cashier, do solemnly
swear, that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. A. STOIIII5,
Wm. II. SHIP-MAN,
A. 15. SUTTON,
Subscribed nud sworn to before me this
6th day of Juiiuiiry, 1902.
W. S. WIS15.
Notary Public 4th Cir T. H.
TIIKY MAY INTKRKST YOU.
Dress Suit Cases
I can always give you a sliailc the better of it in
these. I get them direct from the factory. The
foundation for their construction is 20th century
I have some yootl ideas
embodied in my selection
m. f. Mcdonald,
We have now in stock the celebrated
SINGKR for 1902 with all the improvements, and
lighter running than ever.
Now is the time to purchase one and sell
your old machine. We have a Coast order for
one hundred and fifty old machines and wc must
have yours : -- .
Singer Manufacturing Co.
J. E. ROCHA
HAS KSTABUSIIUD A STANDARD for
High-Class Tailoring that will stand the
test. lie knows how to cut; he knows how
to make up, and where and what piece goods
to buy. I lis shop is on
NO BI.OCK PATTERNS
Three Jury Trials.
Tlic first jury trial of the term was
Territory of Hawaii vs. Kalialekaa, lar
ceny in second decree. C. M. LcMloud,
attorney for defendant, easily secured an
acquittal for his client, the jury being
out only about ten minutes. It sccuis
that the complainant in the case, upon
whose in formation the prosecution was
brought, had lost n old and ivory lace
jiin several years ago, just how many she
didn't know, and recently she discovered
upon the clothing of the defendant a pin
which she decided was the same one be
cause it looked just like it. The jurv,
however, hardly considered similarity
the same thing ns identity, and the pin
will still repose among the hues and
peitates of the acquitted Kalialekaa.
In the case of Ah Jim, charged with
assault with a deadlv weapon the jury
returned it verdict ofnot guilty on Tues
day evening. Smith it Parsons for de
fendants. Wednesday nfternoon the Government
prosecutor requested a nolle prosequi in
the case of George Durkee indicted by
the Grand Jury for larceny of various nr-
tides of clothing as stated elsewhere in
tills issue, Mr. Cathcart said in support
of his request for a nol pros, that he be
lieved the essential element of felonious
intent wns lacking in the case.
A dead iituley cow, belonging to one
Pedro of Ilaiua'klia, caused tumble for a
Jap of iiiiprouniiiicablc name, who was
charged with malicious injury in com
passing the destruction of said cow.
There was no important testimony to
incriminate the Jap except his own con
fession made sometime alter his arrest,
and which he claims was not true, but
caused by the desire for n light sentence
that he might return to t. bosom of his
family. The jury, howct r, considered
that he came nearer tcll.ag the truth
then than when 011 the stand and returned
a verdict of guilty. Uidgway & Kidgway
IliuuiilaiiH in Nun Jose.
The San Prancisco Chronicle of Jan
uary .H contains the following notice con
cerning well known Hawaiiaus: Miss
Abbie Cniupbell, daughter of the late
James Campbell of Honolulu, will give
an elaborate dinner on New Year's day at
the St. James Hotel, in San Jose, at
which she will entertain a number of
uotnblo Hawaiiaus. Among her guests
will bo Prince David of Hawaii, Mrs. C.
S. Ilolloway, Mrs. Duncan Caruiichael,
Mrs. George Ileckley, Samuel Parker,
Judge George Gear, Judge George Davis
SEND FOR FREE
inr 1 nwni
QOOOO Or QUAIITV
I. MAGNIH & GO.
010-022 MARKET OT
BAN riANCUCO, CAL
about lints which I have
Opposite Telephone Office
Itepnlrs Tor N. Hllo Itoad.
The Road Hoard of North Hilo has had
troubles of its own since the last big Hood
which washed out seven culverts between
Laupahoehoe and Waiakamala. The
damage cnuscd required plaui for tempo
rary repairs and permanent Improve
ments, lly the last Kiuau, the Uoad
Board sent n requisition to the Hoard of
Public Works for 60,000 feet of lumber
and other materials with which to make
the gulches temporarily passable for
teams. Assistant Superintendent of
Public Works, Marston Campbell, came
over this week to oversee the work of re
pairing the washed out bridges. The
lumber will be shipped by the Maui and
will be lauded at Papaaloa. Two assis
tants accompanied Mr. Campbell.
Klnnu Passenger List.
The following passengers arrived by
the Kiuau this week; Marston Campbell,
W. Herlowitz, J. ltartiau, Mrs. J. Canick,
R. W. Atkinson, W. I-:. Skinner, W. K.
Kwnllko, Dr. T. Niidate, J. Seo, C. W.
Seward, Lee Chong, J. P. Cameron, C. P.
Denton. C. Ariale, T. Taraine, II. P.
James, II. L. Stall.
Outgoing Kiuau Passenger Llsl.
Tlic following passengers left by the
Kiuau today: T. 15. Wall, Capt. llerger
and baud, Philip Peck, Adam Lindsay,
A. C. Warner, C. A. Simpson, It. Libit
man, C. Ilcndeman, Jnmes Scott, A. L.
Pox, A. L. Louisson, H. O. Isenberg, W.
Niessou, II. T. James, A. L. Stoll. R. W.
Atkinson, W. K. Skinner, C. Akea, W.
W. Thayer, M. G. Sarlona and wife.
MuIC.vv-STRitl.K-Iu Puiieo, Hllo, Priday,
January 3, 1902, by the Rev. J. A. Cm
am, Mrs. Helen Willis Steele to Mr.
William McKay, Jr. No cards.
The annual meeting of the Stockhold
ers in the Kxcelsior Soda Works will be
held SATURDAY evening January 18, at
7:30 o'cloak at the offices of the Pirst
bank of Ililo.
At the ANNUAL MHF.TING of the
Stockholders of the Pirst Hank ol Hilo,
Ltd., held at the Dank, in Peacock block,
Hilo, Saturday, January ., i)2, lliu fol
lowing were elected ollicersaud Directors
for the ensuing year :
C. C. KKNNKDY
JOHN T. MOIR
C. A. STOI1II-;
A. 1? SUTTON
J. S. Catiario,
P. S. Lyman,
W. II. Shipuian.
Hilo, January 4, ujoi
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