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I W. G. PEAGOGKlll
I & CO., LlMITEDj
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J Arrived II
I Katherme I
1 Carload I
I A. B. C. I
I Beer. I
1 King of all I
I Bottled Beers 1
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It la t iinie, safe and nnlck remedy,
Tliorc's ONLY ONE
Two tltt, S5c. and 60c.
For Sale by IIILO DRUG COMPANY.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under Hie i,iws of the
J Territory of Ilmvuli.
PEACOCK BLOCK, IIILO.
1. PUCK President.
C. C. KHNNKIIY Vlcc-Prcs.
JOHN T. MOIK..1111I Vlce-PrcV.
0. A. STOMK Outlier.
A. 1. SUTTON Secretary.
J. 8. Cnnnrlo,
1'. S. t.ytnnti,
Jolin J. Ornce,
II. V. Patten.
W. II. Sliitini.in.
IDruw KxcliunKe on
Honolulu The Dank of Hnwaii, Ltd.
San I'kancisco Wells I'argo & Co.nank
Ni'.w York Wells I'argo & Co's Hank.
London Glynn, Mills, Currle & Co.
Hongkong nml Shanghai Hanking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Iliogo,
Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, ntul will prompt
ly and carefully attend to all business con
nected with banking entrusted to it.
Sells ntul purchases foreign Exchange,
issues Letters of Credit.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
, AND HILO.
Hark St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Ilurk Martini Davis, Capt.TiIcAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
Rented by the Month or Year,
ticulars on Application.
Makes Fittest Bread.
Fresh Rolls ami Buns
always on hand : : :
. Ice Cream for families
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ventura Dec. 3
Zealandia Dec. 12
Sierra Dec. 24
Zcalr.uilia Jan. 2
Sonoma Jan. 14
Alameda Jan. 23
Vantura Feb. 4
Alameda Feb. 13
Sierra Feb. 25
Alameda March. 6
Zealandia .,....Dec. 17
Sonoma Dec. 23
Zealandia , Jan. 7
Ventura'. Jan. 13
Alameda Jan. 28
Sierra Feb. 3
Alameda Feb. 18
Sonoma Feb. 24
Alameda March 11
Finn SlioMlnir Will Ho Slntlo llofore,
Hawaii is to make a very credi
table exhibition of its products at
Osaka fair. The component pnrts,
in charge of various committees,
will be sent forward in the Korea
on Monday and are being carefxtlly
prepared for shipment today. ' The
agricultural products are in charge
of a committee of which V. W.
Dimond is the head and the vari
ous cases arc in readiness now for
sending forth at a moment's notice.
The Hawaiian woods are tt
charge of a committee of which W.
V. Harris is the chairman and the
photographic display, which is one
of the most complete and most ar
tistic that has ever been sent forth
from Hawaii, is in charge of another
committee of which W. M. GifTard
is the chairman.
The agricttltttal exhibit as seen
at the storeof V. W Dimond today,
is made up of the following: Ha
waiian coffee in parchment from the
Mauttawili coffee ranch of V. G.
Irwin; Hawaiian coffee, extra
prime, grown at the same place;
kukui nut oil, kttki nuts, and ex
tract of vanilla; two lots of extra
fine Hawaiian sugar and another
of common white sugar; bags of
rice, pia or arrowroot, awa root,
okra seed, taroctta, and Hawaiian
papaia citron; olona, a Hawaiian
fibre; Hawaiian tobacco and two
bunches of fine cane from the
Honolulu plantation; fibre for hats
and a fine exhibit of sisal.
Among the preserves are the
following: 12 iars poha jam, 12
jars of guava jelly, sugar cane,
pineapples and bananas. In bags
will be found coffee, hulled and
unhullcd rice and sugar.
Each case or bag has upon it the
official label of the Osaka fair which
reads as follows:
The exhibit of wood arranged by
V. V. Harris and ' the other
members of the committee, will be
accompanied by a descriptive cata
logue which has been prepared by T.
G. Thrum. The woods came from
the forests of Hawaii and were
identified by D. D. Baldwin of
Hamakuapoko, E. P. Low of Puu
waawaa and John T. Moir of Ono-
mea plantation. ruosc wntcu
could not be identified by these
men were identified by Mr. Thrum.
The small bits of wood have been
highly polished and will undoubt
edly make one of most beautiful
exhibits at the fair.
The full list of the woods is as
follows: Plain koa, curly koa,
ohia lehua, pita (or Ulupua), ko-piko-kea,
aalij, aalii (var.), holei,
old sandal '.wood (iliahi), young
sandal wood (iliahi), naio, kauila,
kolea, koae, matnaue, kou, lieae,
olapa (or malm), wiliwili, opiko,
lamahai, pathi, ulci, kamani, uhi
tihi, lama, alaa, alahec, (or wala-hee),kokiona-u
ncneleau, papaahekili (probably
same as puauiki). There is only
one unidentified species in the ex
jiiihh: day api'oixtkd.
McKIiiIcv'n Socrclary of Slnlo lo
Washington, D. C, Jan. 26.
Judge W. R. Day of Ohio has been
appointed a member of the United
States Supreme Court. He is now
United States Circuit Judge for the
Northern District of Ohio, and was
Secretary of state under McKinley,
resigning to go to Paris as a mem
ber of the peace commission which
negotiated the settlement of the
war with Spain. He succeeds Jus
tice Shims on the Supreme bench.
Washington, 1). C, Jan. 26.
Senator Morgan of the canal com
mittee has introduced a resolution
in the Senate calling for precautions
111 the Panama deal and question
ing the credentials of Perran of
Colombia, who has had charge of
the negotiations. Morgan's resolu
tion also questions the validity of
of the Colombian government's
right to sign the treaty.
1'iriy Women Cremated.
London, England, Jan. 27. Fire
today at the Colney Hatch Insane
Asylum resulted in the burning to
death of fifty insane women con
fined in the institution. The scenes
of the fire were frightful, the de
mented condition of the women
making it almost impossible to ren
der assistance. Six hundred of the
inmates were rescued after n hard
The pearl fishery season this
year in the Persian gult, says the
London Express, has been a mist
successful one. the divers havinc
obtained more jewels than in the
last two years. Nearly all the
pearls were purchased by an Arab
merchant named Sheikh Mohamed
bin Abdul-Wahab, of Darien. All
will be sent to the Bombay market,
where they are expected to realize
more than ,300,000.
Calls llolilln a Mar.
Washington, D- C, Jan. 27. In
the cours'e of the Lessler investiga
tion today Congressman Lessler as
serted that his original statement of
Quigg's attempt to bribe him is
true. The testimony of Boblin is
branded as absolutely false.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 27. Baron
Speck von Sternberg has been ap
pointed German Minister Plenipo
tentiary to the United States. He
succeeds von Holleben, who re
cently returned to Germany on ac
count of failing health.
Wedding and Party Cakes a.
Mr. Canierop is prcjir-l to give estl
tnatu 011 all Llmls of Plumbing Work
and to guarantee all work done.
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents arc prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to all I'.uropean ports.
for further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
KING ST., HILO
is ready for business
To Kalse lllockiido.
New York, Jan 26. Local bank
ers have offered to guarantee the
indebtedness of Venezuela. The
offer of United States Minister
Bowen that 30 per cent of the
China AskH Keller.
Peking, China, Jan. 27. The
Chinese Government has requested
the' European Ministers who are
demanding the payment of indem
nity claims in gold, to suggest some
plan for the relief of China's im
(Jrand Trunk Terminal.
Taconia, Jan. 24, Port Simpson
has been selected as the Pacific ter
minus of the Grand Trunk Rail
road, which is extending its system
to compete with the great trans
Fear Commercial l'aule.
Manila, P. !., Jan. 26. Silver
Venezuela customs be taken by the continues to decline in an unpre
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SAN FRANCISCO CAL 5!.
Good Machinery. Steam Tower,
lixpericiiccd I roncr's
Ol'l'ICH ANIJ I.AUNDKY ON KINO
STK1 KT 11ICI.0W TKIIIUNK OI'l'ICH
GEO. MUMBY PROP.
Powers to secure the payment of
Venezuela's indebtedness has been
accepted. The blockade of the
Venezuelan ports has been raised.
London, England, Jan. 27. Pos
itive denial is again made of the re
ported friction between Germany
and Great Britain over Venezuelan
matters. It is believed the block-
' ade of Venezuelan ports will soon
j be raised.
1 Mazatlan, Mexico, Jan. 27.
'The plague situation here is grow
ing steadily worse. Deaths from
the plague are daily occurrence and
the authorities seem unable to
check the epidemic.
Sail Francisco, Jan. 27. Haita,
$4.25; Paauhau, $16 1.4; Ha
waiian Commercial, 44.75; Ho
ttokaa, ?13.75; Hutchinson, $15 1-4;
Kilauea, $8. Makawcli, $27. Ono
cedented way. It is feared that the
decline of silver will result in com
mercial disturbances and panics
throughout the islands.
Nordhnusen, Germany, Jan. 27.
Prince Stolberg was today found
dead in the Castle Park. Murder
or suicide is believed to be the
cause of his death.
Appeal for Aid to America.
Chicago, 111., Jan. 27. Four
hundred thousand Finns arc re
ported to be starving and have ap
pealed to America for relief.
Neil lauds IMeuted Senator.
Carson, Nevada, Jan. 27. Fran
cis G. Ncwlands was today elected
United States Senator to succeed
Senator Stewart. Ncwlands was
the candidate of the Fusion party.
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and will in all probability go into effect
before another twelve month is a good rea
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