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FIRST BANK- OF HILO
Incoi J)Oi.IliI Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK III.OCK, HILO.
i I'HCK I'teiliknl.
C. C. K1(NN11V Vlce-1'res.
JOHN T. MOIK-.Jml Vlee-I'ir.
C. A. 8TOIIIU v....Cnlikr.
A. I. bltTTON Secretary.
J.S.Caiiarlo, Jolm J. ('.race,
!'. tt. I.Jinnii, II. V. l'altru,
Wm. 1'iiltnr, W. II. Slilptnnn.
Uruv ISxcliunyc oi
Honolulu Tlie Hank of Hawaii, Ltd
San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.llnnk
NHW York Wells Fargo & Co's Hank.
London Glynn, Mills, Carrie & Co.
Hongkong ami Shanghai Hanking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo,
Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt
ly unil carefully attend lonll business con
nected with kinking entrusted to it.
Sells and purchases Foteign Kxchangc,
issues Letters of Credit.
the Month or Year. Par
ticulars oil Application.
WM. G. IRWIN & GO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
Vntionnl Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Caue
and Coffee Fertilizers.
I n, . r .1 i- mi
1 he steamers of this line will ar-
rive and leave this port as here-
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Dec. 11
Alameda Dec. 21
Sonoma Jan. 1
Alameda Jan. n
Ventura Jan. 22
Alameda Feb. 1
Sierra Feb. 12
Alameda Feb. 22
Sonoma March 5
Alameda March 15
Ventura March 26
Alameda April 5
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma Dec. 10
Alameda Dec. 25
Ventura Dec. 31
Alameda Jan. 15
Sierra Jan. 21
Alameda Feb. 5
Sonoma .'Feb. 11
Alameda Feb. 26
Ventura March 4
Alameda March 19
Sierra March 25
Alameda April 9
III connection with the .sailing of the
above steamers the agents nrc prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
front S.in Francisco to nil points in the
United States, and from New York by
ail) steamship line to all Kuropeau ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Cicucral Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
All Kinds Of
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PliASIi. President,
San Francisco, Oil., V. S. A.
Steamers id" the above line running 111
way Company, II. I'., and Sdue), N S
nun iinso.iue, .. . , are ClUO UT
From Vancouver and Victoria B.C.
For llrisluue, (J., and Sjduey:
AORANOI OCT. 26
MOANA NOV. 23
MIOWKRA DF.C. 21
The. iiuiL'iiificeiit new
llUTWliliN VANCOUVER AND MONTUHAL, making the run in 100 hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States mid liurope
For freight and passage, and all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Wood Turner and Polisher
Next to Herald Office
Calls the attention of the public to his
great varieties ol
lWl'Kl! CUTTKIIS, (ItMIIASIillS
WliKliHI (JAMS, FANS, BTO.
Made III forty different kinds of Hawaiian
woods. Orders and repairing exreulcd
at moderate charges. 7-1111
Makes lJinest Bread.
Fresh Rolls and Huns
always on hand ; : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding ;iml Party Cakes
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oaiiit, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Kx
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Creditissued, available in all the principal
pi 11 pa nt inn wnrlil.
Special attention given to the business ,
entrusted to us by our friends of the other,
Islands, cither as Deposits, Collections,
Insurance or request! for I- xchange.
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HILO RAILROAD GO.
I Trains leave Hilo for Olaa daily, except
summy, 111 7.3a n. in. ana 4 n, m.:
returning leave- Olaa at 8:30 a. in.
and 5 p.m.
Sunday Excursion Trains will leave Hilo
I 111 y.ju 11. 111 nun 4 p. in.; returning
will leave Olaa at 10 a. 111. and
I 4:30 p- "I.
ixiuoiuii jitKtia win uk sum uu oaiur-
lavs and Sundays, at reduced rates.
good till the following Monday noon.
Commutation Tickets are now sold good
for twenty-five single trips, between
Hilo and Olaa, at a reduced rate,
subject to certain conditions printed
on the same.
Hilo, July 2. 19 o. ,
All bills against the Company .should
be presented ut their office not later than !
the 7U1 of the month. Such bills will 1
be paid at tlie ollicc ol the Company on I
or after 2 p. in. on the 15th of each
mouth. Cashier's hours, a to 3 daily.
Matson Navigation Go.
flie only Direct Lino between San Fran-
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following Fast Sailers
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DIIU
Hark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
nd other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each mouth, carrying both Freight
For dates of sailing mid terms,
Jno. I). Spreclicls a Bros. Co,
327 Market St., Sail Francisco,
R. T. OUARD. Agent,
II 11.11, Hawaii
THIS PAIM'Ht is kl,i,to" fi,L" nt
1 ii ia 1 ji iin ,,. c DAKIiS
AJxrlilllif Aimilllli f.t (11.1 f.r M..t-.(1tr.(.t c
ifv..i....iim. S..11 Francis. c'Miifii'rnin
where contracts for advertising can be
Royal Mail SS. Co.
connection with the Canadian Pacific Kail-
W , mid calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu,
nOnulllIU on or annul me nines neiow
From Sydney, Brisbane IQ).
For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
MOANA JAN. 15,
''Imperial Limited," is now running lully
IjAKHK SUUAK IMl'OKTS.
Slinniug of Lnst lVnr (lives
Washington, Dec. 21. Sugar
imports into the United vStates in
the calendar year iooi, will exceed
those of any preceding year by
about 250,000,000 pounds, and the
cost will he gt eater than any pre
ceding year, except 1893, when
prices were unusually high. The
total importations of sugar in the
year about to end will, according
to the Treasury Bureau of Statis
tics, aggregate 4,670,000,000 pounds
and will cost about Sii.q.ooo.ooo.
The highest record of sugar impor
tations in any preceding year weic,
in quantity, those of 1899, 4,399,
749,078 pounds; while in value the
figures of 1893 made the highest
1 he estimate of the Bureau of
Statistics for the calendar year 1901
is based upon actual figures of im
portations lrom iorcign countries
for ten mouths ending with October,
to which are added actual figures
of sugar shipped from Hawaii to
the United States. To these arc
added estimates for November and
December, both from foreign coun
tries and Hawaii, and for the full
year from Porto Rico, this method
of obtaining Hawaiian and Porto
Uican figures being necessary, be
cause commerce with those islands
is no longer included in the statis
tics of foreign commerce of the
United States. This shows an in
crease of about 30 per cent in sugar
importations into the United States
in the decade, the ficures for iSot
Ibeing 3.679.789185I pounds, the
actuai jncrcfise n tiie decade thus
l)eB " rou,ul terms 1. 000,000, 000
pounds. The enormous quantity
... , , ,, ,. . ,
Phaps be better realized when
it is stated that, accepting the aver
age carload at 60,000 pounds the
sugar importations of 1901 would
be sufficient to load 7S,ooo cars.
I In addition to this enormous
figure of sugar imported, the sugar
production of the United States for
the year is presumably about 600,-
000,000 pounds this having been
annual average during
1 recent years,
Of the sugar imported into the
t., ,;,, n. . ..
United States 111 1 901
in 1 901, more than
' 4,000,000,000 pounds, or fully 85
,, er celu is cnne sugar from the
1 ' . ,,,, . 7 .
j tropics. 1 he remainder is mainly
bect sugari chefly from Germany
j and Austro-Hungary. In the ten
months ending with October, im
portations of beet sugar amounted
to about 550,000,000 pounds. Of
cane sugar imported during the
1 1 . . . . r
j ml il"om 3 1-t ceni comes irom
I Cuba, about 15 per cent from the
I Ivast Indies and the remainder
j chiefly from the West Indies and
Central and South American coun
tries. i "
APPKAI.S TO i:.(U,ANl.
Says Unlleil .Stales
lis Wishes tJli-nr.
. Washington, Dec. 22. Informa
tion was received here today by
Senor Garcia Merou, the Minister
from the Argentine Republic, that
this Government has decided to
suspend negotiations with Chile in
regard to the dispute existing be
tween them and to refer the whole
matter to the arbitration of the
King of linglaud for settlement.
This news was received in a dis
patch from Mr. Alcorta, the Min
ister of Foreign n flairs of the Argen
tine Republic, as follows:
"I communicate to your excel
lency the fact that ajl efforts made
by this Government to reach
to reach an
j arrangement in the deplomatic re-
lations presented before the Chilean
1 Government since the beginning of
of the present year having proved
useless, and after having exhausted
all the formula of an honorable so-
I'dion to both governments, we
have resolved to suspend all negoti-
ations with Chile and to refer the
matter to his Hrilannic majesty's
Government without altering the
31 1 state of peace which exists with the
1 republic of Chile."
1 T .
i,oiulon, uee. 23. v-oinmeuting
" llle ArBcntliie-Cliile trouble and
me reierence 01 ine maucr iy
Argentina to Great Hritaiu, the
Times today declares that the duty
of preserving the peace belongs no
less to the United States than to
Great Britain. The Times also
says that the word from the United
States, or even a strong intimation
of the opinion of the American
Government, which would as
suredly be strongly supported from
London, would almost certainly in
sure a pacific settlement of the dif
ficulty. The Times says: "We
can haidly doubt but in some
shape or other the word will be
(ji.oiids in vkm:z(!i:i.a.
(U'l'iiiiiny i:pcclcd In Scii One
Washington, Dec. 27. The
gathering of German war ships in
the vicinity of Venezuela, and the
presence in the same locality of
many Americans, British, l"rcnch
and other foreign war ships is
directing attention to the immi
nence of the naval demonstration
Germany is about to make against
Venezuela. Thus far the German
Government has not made known
the exact details of her proposed
move, the official communications
to the United States being confined
to an inquiry as to the attitude of
this Government on the question of
a demonstration in view of the pur
pose on the part of Germany not to
acquire any permanent foothold in
The answer of this Government
was entirely satisfactory to the Ger
man authorities, who since have
proceeded with the execution "of
their plans for coercing Venezuela.
IIKWT.T WINS V1UT0KY.
Successful Itulil 011 a Strom; llritlsh
London, December 26. The fol
lowing dispatch has been received (
from Lord Kitchener, dated Johau-'
, 1.-. ... 1, . I
nesburg; "General Rundle reports
that on the night of December 24th,
Colonel Firman's camp at Zeefon-
tein, consisting of three companies '
of Yeomanry and two guns, was 1
auecessftillv rushed liv i strollir
sttccessiuiij rusnett dj a strong (
commando under Dewet. It is
feared the casualties were heavy. I
Two regiments of Light Horse are
nursuinir the Boers." I
London, December 27. Boer re
sistance uas always oeen very
strong in that part of the Orange jnkea ma ka Hnlc Hookolokolb ma Hono
River colony which was the scene kaa, Hamakua, inn ka Poiuoa, la 1 o
of De Wet's Christinas coup. A Pehrunry, M. II. 1902 hora 12 awnkca.
. , . r 1 i 1.1 . s O ka Wniwai i pan maloko o na moraki
great quadrangle of blockhouses is , .,,,.,,. , ,
- , t I
being built there, the points of
which are Vreinignen, Volksrus,
Harrismith and Kronstadt. At the
southeast corner of this quadrangle
i mi diinn
cmoK frnn. lloflilnhf..,, In
T . ,, . ., ni 1
Undley, where the square of block-
houses is still incomplete, and here
De Wet made his attack.
Firman's force probably amounted
to 400 men, and the disaster, efc
pecially the loss of guns, the pos
session of which may enable De
Wet successfully to attack the
blockhouses, creates a disturbing
11001,111,11 PARK MATTLKN.
Probable I'oriiintloii of 11 Hilo Jockey
(Hull to Mniiiuro Sports.
Ilnolimlii Park will nmlinldv I
pass from thecontiol of the Volcano
Stables it Transportation Company
into the hands of a Jockey Club
now in process of organization in
this city. Two meetings have been
held, at which the terms on which
the property was to pass, was dis
cussed. The Jockey Club if orga
nized will become the owner of the
race track properly and become re
sponsible for its management. The
management of this property by
Mr. MeKcnzie has been highly
satisfactory to the public and to
turf men generally. Mr. McKen
zie, however holds that the task of
organizing and pulling off race
meetings is a job requiring too
much attention for one man alone
to handle to the best advantage.
As a result, these negotiations have
sprung up and the outlook is favor
able for their early consummation.
Incidental to the discussion of
teims, the manner of conducting
Hoolulti I'aik as a recreation
ground has been touched on
slightly. The new plan includes
tin: establishment of fixed attr.iL
tious at the park.
Pope Leo Celebrates Mass.
Koine, Dec. 25, The Pope cele
brated midnight mass at the Vati
can last night and assisted at two
other masses. The health of hfs
holiness has improvdd and he will
resume diplomatic audiences to
morrow. Morfgngoc's XoImtoI' Ih
(ttiilioii to Foi'cIokc
and of Sale.
In nccoiilatice with the piovisious of a
certain mortgage made by John I,. Kami,
knoluim and l'amalia, his wife, of II01111.
knii, Haiuakim, Island and Territory of
Hawaii, to iM. V. Holmes, of said Ilono.
kaa, dated l'ebruiiry I, A. 1). 1893,
and recorded in the office of the Regis
trar of Conveyances in Honolulu, in I.iber
129 on page .Ss and 4S6; notice is hereby
given that the said mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: non-payment of the prin
cipal ami interest.
Notice is also hereby given that the
properly covered by said mortgage will
be sold at public auction nt the Court
House in Honokaa aforesaid, on Satur
day, the 1st day of February, A. I). 1902,
at 12 o'clock noon.
The properly covered by said mortgage
is described as follows : All that certain
parcel of laud situate in Nieuie, in said
Itamaktia, us conveyed to the said mort
gagor by deed of S. Knmikai, dated June
17, 1882, recorded in the office of the
Registrar of Conveyances in I.ilicr 7S m
pages 329, 330 and 331, containing an
urea of one-half acre, together with the
dwelling house and out bouses thereon.
.M. V. HOUIHS,
Terms cash. Deeds at expense of pur-
-1. , ,. e. .1 1 , 1
chaser. For further particulars apnly to
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Dated Honokaa, Hawaii, January 6th.
HoolulLii Ilooko 0 lot Dlo
i I'iiki a mo ko Kuai.
I kulike ni me im olelo o kekahi mo
raki i haiiaiaejohu I,. Kauakaoluuan me
P.lltinll'l I'rlt.f. ...nl.:... ...n-.. n IT,..lnl.,n
-" , iim '.(mini tiMiiw, j iiuiiuivmi,
nm..,klm. MtliniI11, . ,. Tnrllnr,
Hawan, ia M. V. Holmes, oia wnhi no,
ka mca pau morakl, i hauaia ma ka la 1 o
Fcbenuiri, M. II. 1792, a i kakati kopeia
"m kc Kccim Knknn Kol,e ,lln IIo"l'u.
llkc I29. oao 385 ame 4S6;ke hoolaluiia
aku ne, ka ,0,IB ke mnkl.,imkB nci 0 M
V. Holmes i oleloia, a hooko aku i ua
moraki la no ka uhakiia o ka aclike, oia
ka hookaa ole ia o ke kuiuupaa nine ka
"kupanee 1 ka wa e kookaa at
Ke l.oolahaia aku nci ka lobe i na mca
apau, o ka waiw.ii i paa maloko o ua
1 ,rnn i ,. t,11ni: , i. ., ,., .,. t.,.i.i.
l'-'- - nMIII(lllil ! V I.l( l'llll
,,., c wn10 nlm llia N,cllC nmakim
oleloia, i ikeia ma ka palapala kuai o S.
1 Kaaukat ia John L. Kanakaoluua, i
' lw,iain ""ka la 17 o Juiie, 1882,111
K!,Kiul K"1H:M ",il Kc lvlL,,1, ,v,,K,,i, "-
HiikcvS, 110.10329, 330 nine 331, tiona ka
, lie h1JMlim oka ne ,mIc nJMll
I ,,ialuua o ua aiua la.
j M. V. IIOLMliS,
Mea paa moraki.
Kilike ke dala. Na ukti hau.i palaiula
i ka mea e lilo ni. No ua mea i koe e
Loin no ka men paa moraki.
Knknui.i 1111 Ivounkaa, Hawaii, Iauuari
(, I902. IO-I2,
Xolico lo Ci'tMlHois.
In the Circuit Court of the Fouith Ciicuil
Territory of Hawaii.
I.N PUOlUTlC-AT C1IAMIIKKS.
Ill the Matter ol" the Kstate of WM.
WATT. Jr., deceased.
Nntirt Is herein t'lvell lh.'il tlu mulct-.
..... . . . - ..j r.... ...... ... ........
signed bus been appointed Administrator
ol the Kstate of said deceased.
I All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly veri
' fied and with proper vouchers, if any, to
j the undersigned at O0L.1I.1, Hawaii,
within si mouths from the date of this
I notice, otherwise such claims, if any,
I will be forever I aired.
I W. G. WALKliU,
I W. S. Wish,
rUtorncv for Kstate
Hilo, Hawaii, January id, 1902. 10-13
Public Lauds Xolicc.
Notice is hereby given to the members
of ICiiiheuui and Peter Lee Settlement
Associations of lauds at Ohm, Puna,
Hawaii, that application for their re
spective lots may be made at the office ol
the Sub-Agent uf Public Lands for the
First Laud District at Hilo, 011 and after
February 8, 1902.
Ii. S. IIOVD,
Commissioner of Public Lauds,
Honolulu, January 7, 1902.
For Huh! cheap.
One siv.fi ml IVIton Water Wheels,
good as new. Full p.uticulais given on
iippiiciiuiiu 111 o:;,ee 01
HILO KL1JCTU1C LIC.HT CO. Ltd. '
Ill the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the IMate of UNAHIO-
I.HA (k), lntc ofHiuuakua, Hawaii,
Petition for Utters of Administration.
Petition having been fiUd by Jose Gou
vcia proving that letters of Administration
upon said estate be issittd to said JOSH
OOl'VKIA. Notice is hereby given that
Tuesday, the 28H1 day of January, A. 1).
1902. at 9 o'clock a.m., in the Court
House, South Hilo, Niippoiulfil the time
and place for hearing said petition, when
mid wheie nil peisons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, ifany they have,
why said petition should not be granltd.
Hilo, December 30II1, 1901.
Ily the Cum t :
DANIF.I, PORTIvR, Clerk.
V. S. WISH
Attorney for Petitioner. 9-11
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed the Adminis
trator of the ICstateof Almedii H. Hitch
cock, late of Hilo, Hawaii, and has quid
ifled tonct us sucli. All parlies having
any claims against said estate ore hereby
notified to present the same to the under
signed or to the attorneys for the estate
within sit months from the date hereof
or they will be forever barred.
CIIAS. II. W. HITCHCOCK,
f Smith & Paksons,
Attorneys for the ICstnte.
Hilo, Dec. 19, 1901. . 7.10
III the Circuit Court, Foutth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the 1-Mate of MRS.
1SAIIKI.I.A CIIA.MIMiUI.AIN LY
MAN, late of Hilo, Hawaii, deceased,
Petition having been filed by Frederick
S. I.yman, husband of said intestate,
praying that letters of administration
upon said estate be issued to him, the
said Frederick S. I.ymait.
Notice is hereby given that Thursday,
me 30111 nay 01 January,
A. D. 1002. at
9 o'clock u. iii in the Court House, Hilo,
ir,. ....:: :.. i.....i ,i... .: 1 ..,....-.
'" - iii'i"iiui-ii nit: unit; nun ihjiiu
rr i.,i.,.. V .1.1 i 1 ' 1
" m-niiiiL. Oillll irVLlLilillt 1 IHJII 11IM1
where all persons concerned mav niitiear
and show cause, if any they have, why
slid petition should not be granted.
o. hud, iiuwiiii, iec. 21, 1901,
Ily the Court.
DANIF.L P0RTI5R, Clerk.
8-1 o Ily C. Ii. Ilapai, Deputy Clerk
Notice is heieby mven Hint on and
after 15th day of November 1901, the
business now known as A. M. Potetukiu's
store, will be cullid and named "TIIK
AMKUICAN GUOCKUV." mid will be
continued as such under the management
of L. Helbush. All debts of the firm A.
M. Poleuikiu will be paid by the Amer
ican Grocery and all bills owned to the
firm A. M. Potemkin must be paid to The
3-tf A. M. POTKMKIN. v
Shoes of Quality
Another shipment of our
OIL TAN KCONOMIC
SHOKS has arrived. We
have every sue from 5-1 1.
This shoe is built especially
to our order for the rough
wear of Hawaii; it has n
heavy double sole, extension
edge and is leather lined.
The sole is made from the
best selected oak leather,
and we will guarantee the
shoe to outwear anything
j 011 can buy no matter what
the cost. Volt would prob
ably guess the price to be
6 by its appearance, but 4
will buy n pair mid for fl.25
we will deliver them lo any
postufFicc 011 the Islands.
I D. KENNEDY
Sanitary Laundry Go. Ltd.
has so Ihiniiiighlv equipped lhe Hilo
branch that the seiviee is npial tunny 011
1 ue iiiaiuiauii, us prices are me same.
Agency: M. V. McDonald Phone 158
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