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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1906.
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PUDLISHItU ItVltRY TUH3DAY
OFFICII, KINO 8THKKT, HlLO, HAWAII
IIUo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publishers uJ Proprietor!.
I'restdent C. C. Kknuedy
Vice-President K. E. Richard.
Secretary-Treasurer J. Cahtlk Kioowav
Auditor . A. H. BUtTOH
Olrectora . M. Tiiomhom. D. W. Marsh
Advertisements unaccompanied by ipedfie
Instructions Inserted until ordered out.
Advertisements discontinued before expiration
of specltied period will be charged, at if con
tinued for lull term.
' . - Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreter
and Notary Public In Office.
, Office: SitvuRAMcn Building,
Opposite Cour House, HltO, HAWAII
NAALEHU, - - - HAWAII
I. E. RAY
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN.
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, Hllo, Hawaii
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Ageut.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Bills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
To be opened Saturday, Sep
tember 16. Opposite Fish Market.
Short Orders a Specialty. Orders for Ice
Cream and Cake attended to promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone No. 17.
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oauu, H.I.
Notice . of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale
by Assignee of Mortgage
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in that cer
tain chattel mortgage dated the 31st day
of March, A. D. 1904, and recorded in
the Registry oi Conveyance in Liber 256,
PP 457 to 459, matfe by M. J. I'acheoo
aud wife of Hllo, County and Territory
of Hawaii, to The Hllo Mercantile Co. of
Ililo aforesaid, and which said mortgage
was duly assigned to Clay M. Hudson
and T. T. Chave of Hllo aforesaid, by the
said Hilo Mercantile Co., by document
dated January 15th, 1906, the said Clay
M. Hudson and T. T. Chave, assignees as
aforesaid, intend to foreclose said mort
gage for breach of conditions therein
contained, to-wlt, nonpayment of prin
cipal and Interest when due.
Notice is also given that by virtue of a
power of sale contained in that certain
chattel mortgage dated the aand day of
April, A. D. 1901, made by M. J. Pacheco
aforesaid, and the Hilo Mercantile Co.
aforesaid, and assigned to the said Clay
'M. Hudson aud T. T. Chave aforesaid by
document dated January 15th, 1906, the
said assignees intend to foreclose said
mortgage for breach of conditions, to-wlt,
non-payment of principal and Interest.
The property covered by the first mort
gage is a one-story iron-roof dwelling
house, 22 feet by 20 feet containing 3
rooms with cook-house attached, situated
at Piihonua, Hilo, Hawaii, on land leased
from John T. Baker.
The property covered by the second
mortgage is one dwelling house of same
size as that described above and situated
in Piihonua aforesaid on land leased from
J. T. Baker.
Notice is also given that the said dwel
ling houses will be sold at public auction
at the mauka door of the Court House in
Hilo on Wednesday, the 31st day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon of
the day, by A, S. LeBaron Gurney,
Terms, cash, United States gold coin.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated Hilo, T. H January 15, 1906.
CLAY M. HUDSON,
T. T. CHAVE,
Assignees of Mortgage.
For further particulars apply to As
signees or Harry Irwin, Attorney for
The Hilo Market Co., Ltd., have this
day disposed of their interests in the
Planters' Meat Market at Keaau to the
Hop Yick Cd. All bills are payable to
the Hilo Market Co., Ltd., or to their
representative, J. R. Gomes.
Jan. 1, 190S. io-4
Pass-book No. 5769. Finder please re
turn to Bishop & Co'8 Savings Bank.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters oi
Creditlasued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention glveu to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and uewly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
HAWAIIAN PLANTERS WILL REFINE SUGAR
While the Agents of mauy
Life Insurance Companies are
petitioning their Officers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy,
it is a source of great satisfaction
to the Policyholders of the
Pacific Mutual to know that
their Company has been issuing
almost nothing else for years.
No petitioning necessary for
liberality with the good old
The Directors of the Company
are by the California law made
jointly and severally liable for
all monies EMBEZZLED or
MISAPPROPRIATED by the
officers during the term of office
of such Director, Quite a pro
vision from the SECURITY
what has recently occurred.
The best policies are issued by
the best Company 011 Earth foi
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INS. CO. OF GALA.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIN8,
920 Fort Street.
H. E. PICKER,
In about three months the machinery of the gigantic refinery of the
California and Hawaiian Sugar Refinery Company will be in motion.
Some months ago this company secured the property now occupied by
them at Crockett, Contra Costa County, aud an army of men have since
been busily engaged in fitting this great plant for the purpose to which
it is to be put, the refinery of sugat. The huge buildings in which arc
located the machinery, will be models in their appointments and of the
most modern construction. The docks are large and provide ample
accommodations for the loading and unloading of the raw and finished
product. The shipping facilities of this company are unequalled as the
plant is located immediately alongside the Southern Pacific Co.'s tracks,
which, with the docksr furnish transportation to all parti of the world. 4
The company owning this refinery, and who will be in control of its
management is composed of Hawaiian planters and their close associates
in San Francisco. This company have entered into contracts for a term
of years, whereby it secures the control of over 82 per cent, of the island
output of sugar. An inexhaustible supply of the raw product is thus
assured, which guarantees to the trade of this coast an absolutely pure
This refinery will no doubt compete for a part of the trade of the
Pacific Coast and it is expected the wholesalers and retailers will co
operate with the refinery, as the benefits of wholesale competition arc
manifest. The refining operations will be under the supervision of Mr.
Max Lorenz whose experience in the great sugar refineries of Germany,
followed by his more recent work in the production of raw sugar in the
Hawaiian Islands, has eminently fitted him for the oversight of the im
mense factory of the California & Hawaiian Sugar Refining Company.
The administration of the affairs of the company is in the lTands of the
R. P. Rithet, President, (Welch,&.Co.)
Wallace M. Alexander, Vice-President, (Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.)
Frank B. Anderson, Treasurer, (Bank of California).
Warren D. Clark, (Williams, Dimond & Co.)
Albert Meyer (Bcnk of Daniel Meyer).
James Rolph (Hind. Rolph & Co.)
George E. Fairchild, (Merchant).
Mr. George M. Rolph, of San Francisco, has been appointed manager
with full power to attend to the active business interests of the corpor
With the latest and most improved methods in force at the plant of
The California & Hawaiian Sugar Refinery it is perfectly certain that
the quality of the product will be of the best, when it is further con
sidered that they have practically the entire output, of raw material
from the Hawaiian Islands. Of the quality of the raw product from thee
Islands much might be said, but suffice it to say that they have long
since taken the lead in the productiou'of a rare high quality of raw sugar.
New National Bank at Wailuku.
Wailuku, Jan. 13. The Lahaina Natioual Bank has been organized
and incorporating papers have been forwarded to Washington by C. D.
Lufkin, the promoter. The bank has been capitalized at 25,000, all of
which has been subscribed aud fifty per cent, of which has been paid.
The Lahaina National Bank will be under the same management as the
First National Bank of Wailuku, and the stockholders will be, as far as
possible, identical. The temporary directors ure C. M. Cooke, presi
dent; C. D. Lufkin, vice president; F. C. At her ton, cashier; P. C. Jones
and C. H. Cooke, directors.
Mr. Lufkin hopes to receive authority from the Comptroller of the
Currency to begin business about January 17, and anticipates that the
bank will be open for business socn after February first next. The
First National Bank of Wailuku has been in business just four years
and its success is clearly set forth in its fourth annual statement, which
has recently been sent out.
Sale of Wireless System.
The wireless system has been sold under foreclosure to Frank E.
Thompson, trustee, for $5,100. There was quite a crowd at the sale,
but the bidding did not last long, and Thompson led all through. He
states that the system will be maintained, but declines to say for whom
he was acting at the sale. There is a report that F. E. Richardson is
interested in the proposition.
The sale was under a foreclosure proceeding in the case of Thompson,
trustee, against the Inter-Island Telegraph Company, in which the total
judgment amounted to $4,325.59. J. F. Morgan conducted the sale.
Among those present were C, J. Hutchins, J. M. Riggs, R. W.
Shingle, E. O. White, F. E. Richardson, C. F. demons, C. A. DeCew,
John Cassidy, Judge Whitney and G. W. R. King. Honolulu Star.
Albany, N. Y., Jan. 16. The resolution calling for the resignation of
Chauncey M. Depew as United States senator from the state of New
York, was defeated in he legislature here today by a vote of 34 to 1.
The Democratic members did not vote.
Liberals Make Great Gains.
Loudon, Jan. 14. In the elections of thirty-nine constituencies the
Liberals have gained eighteen seats and the Lsborites four. Horxidge,
Liberal, has defeated Balfour. In Manchester the result is a surprise,
Winston Churchill being elected. Among the Unionists elected are
Gilbert Parker and Wyndham. The Liberals won five out of six divi
sions in Manchester, the Laborites winning the sixth. Seventy-three
constituencies, including twenty in London, will vote on Monday.
London, Jan. 16. The Liberals continue to make heavy gains in the
Parliamentary elections. The former Cabinet officers have been defeated.
End of Revolution.
San Domingo, January 13. -Former President Morales has left for .
Porto Rico on the U S. Ship Dubuque.
Cape Haytien. Jan. 15. The forces of temporary President Caceres
have defeated the Domingo insurgents.
San Domingo, Jon. 16. The insurgents tinder Monte Cristo have 1
capitulated. The gunboat Independence also surrendered after the
commander had reached an American warship. The revolution is ended.
The Insurance Bill.
Washington, Jan. 15. Senator Drydeu's revised bill for the govern
ment control of insurance will be introduced today.
Debate on Philippine Bill Closed.
Washington, Jan. 16. Debate on the Philippine bill closed in the
House yesterday. Amendments will be offered today. The Republican
leaders are confident that the bill will pass without any amendments.
Will Not Promise Independence.
Washington, January 16. The House of Representatives sustained
Speaker Cannon today in ruling out of order an amendment to the
Philippine tariff bill declaring it to be the settled policy of the United
States to grant the Filipinos independence as soon as they proved
capable of self-government.
Marshall Field Dead.
New York, Jan. 16. Marshall Field, the millionaire merchant of
Chicago, died here today of pneumonia.
Marshall Field is the head of Marshall Field & Co., a firm haying the
largest wholesale and retail dry goods business in the world. He found
ed, with a gift of $1,000,000, the Field Columbian Museum of Chicago,
and gave money and land to the amount of $450,000 to the University
of Chicago. Mr. Field is a director of the United States Steel Corpor
ation. He was born at Conway, Mass., in 1835, spent his boyhood on a
farm, studied at academy until 1852 and began mercantile, life as a dry
goods clerk at Pittsfield, Mass., from 1852 to 1856. Going the latter
year to Chicago he became partner iu i860, and five years later senior
jjuiiiici tu iuc uuuac ui i-iciu, runner uuu .ueuer. liter me retirement
of Potter Palmer in 1867 and of Levi C. Leiter in 1881, Mr. Field be
came head of Marshall Field & Co.
Russia Secures Money.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 14. A French credit of $50,000,000 has been
Vesuvius in Eruption.
Harvard Forbids Football.
Boston, Jan. 15. The overseers of Harvard 'University have issued
tin order forbidding inter-collegiate football until such time as the game
High Honors for Californian. , .
Washington, D. C, January 15. James Brown Scott of California,
who has been Professor of Law at Columbia University, has been r.pr
pointed Solicitor of the State Department, ' " ''
New Chief of Staff.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 15. The resignation of General Adna R.
Chaffee as chief of staff, has been accepted and General Bates succeeds .
to the head of the military staff of the army.
Taft on Transport Service.
Washington. Jan. is. Secretary of War Taft has deolnrrrl Hmr !m
trausport.service is weak. In his opinion it is insufficient to carry even.
the present military forces of the country 111 time of war.
What War Cost Russia.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 13. It is officially stated that the cost of the war
with Japan foots up one bilh'on and fifty millions of dollars. '- '"
To Observe Red Sunday.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 13. The Workmen's Council has decided to ob
serve the anniversary of Red Sunday, January 22, 'by a single day's
Cossacks Destroy Seminary.
Tifiis, Jan. 13. The Cossacks have destroyed an Armenian seminary
here, killing and wounding 350 persons. The affair was the outcome of
a bomb throwing a&sault.
Socialists Plan Big Meeting.
Berlin, Jan. 13. Eighty immense Socialist meetings have been
planned for Red Sunday. The authorities have decided not to allow tha
troops to be armed with ball cartridges on that day.
Inspect Hawaiian Vessels. '
San Francisco, Jan. 13. -Holies and Bulger, inspectors of hulls and
boilers, will sail for Honolulu 011 the Alameda today. They will de
vote two months to the inspection of Hawaiian vessels.
Steel Plant Burned.
Greenville, Jan. 12. The Carnegie Steel Company's plant has' beeu
burned. 1 lie loss amounts to half a million dollars.
Opposed to Statehood.
Naples, Jan. 10. The volcano of Vesuvius is in eruption. Consider
able damage has beeu done.
Washington, Jan. 12. Fifty Republican congressmen are reported
pledged to oppose statehood bills, joining wjth the Democrats.
Another Steamer Line.
Salt Lake. Utah, January 12. The Pacific Navigation Compauy w
negotiating for the charter cf two steamers connecting San Pedro witlt
Hawaii. The Tropic Fruit Company of Honolulu has been interested
in the project and has agreed to give its shipments to the new line. Tim
P. N. Co. is opening coal fields in Southern Utah.
Sugar Refinery Combination.
New York, Jan 10. The election of officers of the American Sugar
Refining Company and of the National Refining Company was today
the first knowledge the public had of the combination of these great
sugar factors. The American re-elected its old directors, consisting of
President Havemeyer, J. Meyer and A. Denuer. The directors of the
Nattoual are Meyer, Deuucr aud Frazier.
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