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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1902.
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, PUllt.lSUKI) IJVUKY VKIDAY
OPPICK, IIKIDOK SIKI.HT, IIII.O, HAWAII.
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Pop. Sai,U Pour (4) thoroughbred
Pointer puppies, beautifully marked lines
and white, three females a'nd one male,
i25 to 535 each. Apply, Horner's Ranch,
Pop. Rknt In Pitueo. new and modem
cottage.; inipiire of ALLAN WALL, at
tlie II llo .Market.
Pine iob work in all its
dive us 11 chance to estimate. Triiiunk.
Notick Neither tbe Masters nor
Agent of vessU of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R, T. OUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
Notick The store located on Pront
street, opposite Ah Hip's formerly occu
pied by Kwong Tong Chen and Wing
Lee Chong, has been rented to Lin Hop
to carry on a coffee shop and merchandise
store, of which thc undersigned is mana
ger. TCONO YU, Manager.
Police to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkoiiati. -at ciiamiii.ks.
In the Matter of the Kstate of WM.
WATT. Jr., deceased.
Notice N hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the Kstate of said deceased.
All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly veri
fied mid with Droner vouchers, ifauv. to
the undersigned at Ookala, Hawaii,
within six months from the date of this
notice, oilp.-iwise such claims, if any,
will be forever I nrred.
W. O. WALKKR,
W. S. Wish.
Attorney for Kstate.
Hilo, Hawaii, January 10, 1902. 10-13
IMiIilic Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby given to the members
of Kaibeuui mid Peter Lee Settlement
Associations of lauds at Olaa, Puna,
Hawaii, that application for their re
sliective lots mav be made at the office of
the Sub-Agent of Public Lauds for llui
First Land District at Hilo, on and after
Februurv 8. .002.
I 1',. ft. 1IUYII,
Commissioner of Public Lauds,
Honolulu, January 7, 1902.
Cane Seed for Sale.
r Whitney or Yellow llainboo and Rose
! llamboo cane seed at 22jj miles Olaa
I road. 25c. per bag if sold ill miautily.
Address A. K, Tulloch, 9. Mile, Olaa P. O.
'A Mortgagee's Notice uV
j Foreclosure and Sale
j In accordance with tbe provisions ( ' u
certain Mortgage, made by M. II. Fcrnnn-
Ll.. f T 1in l.-nu.il TWrllnrv nf TTllUll'I.
ttt.3, Ul 14IUUV., .....ui, -. ...v. j w. -- ,
to P. daSilva I.opes, of the town of Hilo,
Island of Hawaii, Territory aforesaid,
dated the 13th day of January, A.M. 1900
and recorded in the Office of the Regis
trar orCoiiveyitnccsnt Honolulu, in I.iber
204 on Pages 198 and 199; notice is
hereby given that the said Mortgagee in
tends to foreclose the said Mortgage for
conditions broken, to wit: Non-pay-j
nieiitofPrincip.il and Interest.
Cip.11 nun niieii-M.
Notice is also hereby given, tlml lliel""1'"- "B"1 ul B'- ' 1
said pro)erty, covered by .s.tid Morlgige, i
will be sold at Public Auction, at the
Court House in the town of Hilo afore
said, on Monday, the 3rd day of Pebrti
ary, A. I). 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
The property covered by said Mortgage
is described as follows : All and singular
that certain piece or parcel of land, sitti-
ntc 111 ilia Pranci, Hilo, Hawaii, aiorc- j nudsoii's Hay to New Zealand,
said, known as Lot Numbered Thuc (3) I r at:.. . r. ,:i T, 5..
-.,. 1 . ... . ., ifn i ,,iirotn Maine to Aianua Hay, in
ofltlock "C" ol the Yilla Pranca nddi-1 "
lion to Hilo, said I.ol being the same ! Pccr Palace and peasant's cottage,
conveyed on the 14th day of July, A. I. I in forecastle and barrack, in miner's
1899, by Charles S. Desky and wife of
Honolulu, to the party of lite first part,
which said coveyance was registered in
Honolulu, on the 25th day of July, A. I). 1
iSqo. in Liber its 0.1 Polios 310 and 311:
together with the dwelling houses, ouf-
houses and other improvements thereon,
P. da SILYA LOPKS, the Hums' centennial,
Mortgagee. , Tlic century shrivels to n scroll,
Terms Cash. Deeds at the expense of . The past becomes the present
purchaser. Por further particulars apply , And face to face, and soul to soul
to CHAS. M. LilULONDK, j XVc K'1 llu-' moimrcl..peasaut. "
O. P. APPONSO, : I place the wreath of holly
Attorneys for Mortgagee. ( wh;ch thc poet saw : i,;s "Vision"
Dated at Hilo, Hawaii, January IS. A. 1 . f ,
ILoolnliii ()oko 0 kn ro
raki n me lec Kuai.
I kulike ni me 11a olelo o kckahi mo
rale! i hauaia c M. It. Pernaudcso Lihtte,
Kauai, Teritori of Hawaii, ia P. da Silva
Lopes, o kc Taona o Hilo, Mokitpuni o
Hawaii, Teritori i hoike mua la noi.a.i.n
luua, i hauaia ma ka la 13 o Ianunri, M.
II. 1900, a i kakatt kopeia ma ke Keeua
Kakau Kope ma Honolulu, lluke 204, I
Aoao i93 a me 199; ke hoolahaia aku nei
na makemake ka mea tua Moraki e lioo-
ko aku i ua Moraki la no ka hooko ole 1
ia o ka nellke, 01a hoi, no ka hookaa ole
ia o kc kumupaa n me ka uktip.tuee
Ke hoolahaia nktt net ka lohe, o ka
1 waiwai i taa nialoko o na Moraki la. c
kuiiia aku ana m.i ke kudala akca ma
ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Hilo Taona i
hoikeia, ma ka Poakahi, la 30 Pchcruari,
M. II. 1902, ma ka bora 12 awakea.
O ka waiwai i paa maloko o kcia Mo
raki oia no keia i hoikeia malalo ibo nei,
peuei : O kela apaua aitia e waiho la ma
Yilla Prunca, Hilo, Hawaii, i hoikeia
maluiia ae, a ikeia ka Apaua Kkolu (3) o
ka Mahcle "C" o Villa Prauca i pakuiia
me Hilo, a oia 110 hoi ka Apaua Aina 1
honliloia 111:1 ka la 14 o Iulai, M. II. 1S99,
e Charles S. Desky a me kaua waliiue
mare o Honolulu, i ka mea uona ka aoao
mua. a i hoopaaia ma ke Keeua Kakau
Kope ma Honolulu, ma ka la 25 o Iulai,
M. II. 1S99, Ituke 195, Aoao 310 a me 311,
me ua hale n me ua haua lion a pan ma
luiia o u Aina nei.
P. da SILYA LOPKS,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Kuike ke dala. No ka haua ana i ua
palapala ua ka aoao i lilo ai. No ua mea
i koe e uiii'iu ia
CI IAS. M. Li'.IILONDK,
O. P. APPONSO,
Na Loio no ka Mea Paa Moraki.
Hilo, Hawaii, Iauuari 15, AI. II. 1902.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Tetritory of Hawaii.
At Chamiihus In Puonvnt.
In the matter of tbe Kstate of ANTONK
MKDKIROS of South Hilo. Hawaii.
Petition for Probate of Will.
The last will and testament of said de
ceased having been presented to said
Court together with a petition for the
Probate thereof, and for the issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Maria da Oloria
having been filed.
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday
the nth day of February. A. I). 1002. at
9 o'clock A. M., in the Court Housn of
and hearing said apiilicatiaii. when and
where nuv PerMiu interested mav imm-.-ir
.iiiul show-cause, lfanv tln-v Imvn. u-hv
the prayer of said petition should not be
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DANIKL PORTKR. Clerk.
RlDC.WAY tt RlIH'.WAY,
Attorneys for petitioner. 1 1-131
Lot 100150 with two dwellings (now
occupied), on Ponahuwai Si. near Church
street. Very cheap. Apply
12-at RIDOWAY K'TUDGWAY.
Speech or Rrv. .1. A. Ouziin nl Hip
Memorial ltiiuiiiH l.asl Wcuk.
A president, a king and a poet:
a president tuny come to his high
place of power by the accident of
an assassin's btillet, a king to his
by the accident of birth (fortunate
accidents which brought to Amer
ica and England such rulers); but
the poet is no accident. He is
"born to the purple," a king "by
',.... . ,, - . ,
1 Ucodore Koosevelt governs eiglity
four millions of people; thc sun
never sets on the wide domain of
Kdward VII.; but Robert Hums,
king of men, rules the entire Kng-lish-spcaking
world. "From John
o' Groats to Land's Fud," from
shack and lumberman's shanty,
nurns n,lcs tjle ilcarts of all.
1rcsident j ,.. .e,(1 lbBjr
.... , ,
s' - c.hi:!. - , mr ihuc uuie, urn irn:
j power of the poet grows with the
'years. In the words of Holmes at
.. ... .,.,. - ..,.....,, ...s. .r..w..0,
self-made man. Horn in a clay
biggin so frail that the storm beat
in the gable and compelled thc
mother and her baby to take shelter
in a neighbor's hospitable cottage;
1..1. 1n..1 AA.l tin. .... 2.. .1... ...nil nf
inn uu) iiuuu ap-iii 111 iiiu inuii ui a 1
galley slave and the seclusion of a
hermit;" sitting at a table so
scantily furnished that butcher's
meat was almost unknown; at
u"een a nant-woricea wowuoy;
at fifteen the principal laborer on
his father's leased farm, yet Hums
came t0 sllcx SHj,erl, physical man
hood that one wrote of him,
"Willi tartan kilt nnd philibeg,
What stride was ever bolder
Than his who showed the naked leg
lleneath the plaided shoulder? "
I lis graceful body was the fitting
home of a well-trained mind a
mind trained despite biting poverty,
and with scant help from schools
or schoolmasters. We Americans
delight to picture Lincoln lying
prone on the cabin floor studying
by the firelight. Heside that I put
the picture of Hums, standing in
lc uirrow uook hi nana, wnue ills
1 t llifn,,. . -nt?l.l s.. ..,,,., nt 1 .n
..,.-ibit..-i ilai-.lt, ui ninill .11 nil:
plain deal table eating his porridge
mill fopiliniT litis iiirirvr.lr.ii-. miml nt
thc same time on
Manhood reached, did ever ge
nius mint its golden coin under such
difficulties? The only library Hums
had was his fellow men, the woods,
the stars above him and the flowers
at his feel. His study was thc
open field where he toiled from
sun to sun. While holding the
plow or wielding the sickle his im
mortal fancies were born. At night,
though wearied as only the farm
er's toil wearies the body, he de
nied himself rest, and sat at the
deal table in his attic until "the
wee sum' hours ayant the twal, "
writing ami shaping those humor -
When sudden lame came to this
the test! On the publication of
that first thin Kilmar nock edition
of his poems "old Scotland inur-
inured of him from sea to sen."
His homespun plaid," says Kent,
"had suddenly taken to itself for
all his countrymen, the aspect of a
singing robe edged with imperial
purple." Uui to Hums it was still
plain tai tan )laid. Going from the
' plow-tail lo Edinburgh, betook
1 1. tow ,y ,slri, ,
... . ...
courted by the nobility a
Bttt he so carried himself among
them as t
"To preserve the dignity of man
Willi soul erect."
To those great ones of Edinburgh
Hums was a prodigy. At the end
of their "nine days wonder," Ciu
cinnatitS'likc he went back to his
plow, and took up the old battle
with poverty. And nobly he
"And Hums though brief the race be ran,
Though rough and dark the path be
Lived died in form and soul, 11 man,
The iiiinge of his Cod."
I lay tny tribute at the feet of
Hums because he was so human.1
He was Nature's son; he loved his
"llul who his human heart has laid
To Nature's bosom nearer?
Who sweetened toll like him, or paid
To love it tribute dearer?"
"His soul was an Foliau harp,
strung to every wind of IIeaveiiVV
I lis genius transfigured the com
mon things of life. Under his
magic touch the mouse in the fur
row, the daisy by the wayside, "the
winds that blaw," "the swirling
suaw" and "the birnic wimpliug
through the glen" have each their
message. Hums loved his fellow
"We love him, praise him, just for this:
In every form and feature,
Through wealth and want, through woe
He s.tw his fellow creature."
What a lover he was! Since
; Hums' sang lovers world round
keep their trysts "Down the bum
(with) Davie, love," part with
"Ae fond kiss," and broken hearts
sob "Ye banks and braes of bonny
Doon," or look through thc stars
and see, with him, their "Mary in
Kven in his faults Hums was
very human. I wish I could say
of him as he wrote of his father,
"Por even his failings leaned to virtue's
They did not. I cannot forget
Hums reeling homeward from the
Globe Tavern at three o'clock in the
moining, lalling asleep on Dum
fries' snow-covered pavement, and
arising to fall, in a few short
months, into an untimely grave at
thirty-seven! Old Scotia's stars
never looked down on sadder sight!
I cannot forget how passion des
poiled him, and caused more than
one poor Scotch lassie with bitter
tears to sob,
"Had we never loved sae kindly,
Had we never loved sae blindly,
Never met or never parted,
We had ne'er been broken hearted."
I cannot forget these things, but
I say with Whittier:
"Let those who never erred forget
I lit: -i-nrtli in viin lu.t. niliitirc-
I --- ..w.. , .W.,1,...,....,
Ui. ..ni Um.i nrui...i r .. 1..1.1
J l'iicjiicbIIbiI by his failings!
I "Lament who will the ribald line
Which tells his lapse from duty,
How kissed the maddening lips of wine
Or wanton lips of beauty:
"lint think, while falls the shade between
The eiring one and Heaven,
Thai he who loved like Magdalen,
Like her may be forgiven. "
I bring my tribute to Hums the
democrat and patriot. He loved
Manhood, not rank, nor ribands,
nor coronets "and a' that." And
what clear vision he gives us also:
"Oer rank and pomp, as he had seen,
I saw the Man uprising;
No longer common or unclean,
The child of Ood's baptizing."
lie was far in advance of his
tlilli A rnio nni.l In. mnB n
1 l)rophcti a SCL.r He saw nmlbe.
lieved in Manhood's future:
"Then let us pray that come it may,
As come it will, for a' that,
Tluit sense of worth, o'erit' the earth,
May bear the gree, and a' llutl!
For a' that, and a' that,
Its coming yet for it' that,
That liiau to man, tlie world o'er,
Shall brothers be, for a' that!"
Hums was a true patriot. There
' is no liner war song in the English
language than "Does haughty Gaul
invasion threat?" There is 110
tntriut sung in any language the
equal of "Scots wha hue wi' Wal-
lie dearly loved Scotland. The
only time he ever left her soil was
when he made his trip through thc
English North country. When he
crossed thc border he threw himself
on his knees facing thc land of his
birth and reaching out his hands,
poured forth his heart's prayer, in
thc last two stanzas of "The Cot
ter's Saturday Night:"
"O Scotia! my dear, my native soil!
For whom my warmest wish to Heaven
Long may thy hardy sons of rustic toil
He blest with health, and peace, nnd
And O! may Heaven their simple lives
Pront Luxury's contagion weak nnd vile!
Then, howe'er crowns and coronets be
A virtuous populace may rise thc while,
And stand a wall around their much
I thank God tonight for Robert
Hums, the Man, the Poet, the Pa
triot. He belongs not alone to
Scotchmen but to all mankind.
"I fling my pebble on thc cairn
Of him though dead, undying:
Sweet Nature's nursling, bonniest bairn
lleneath her daisies lying."
l'mich Ditch Will Prnlmldy ht Pur
chased by Hull oil Stuffs.
Chicago, Jau 16. A special to
the Record-IIcrald from Washing
ton says: With only one voice
raised in opposition, thc Isthmian
Canal Commission today informally
decided, after full discussion, to
recommend to Congress the adop
tion of thc Panama route and the
acceptance of thc $40,000,000 offer
made by the French company.
Within a fen days, probably by
Saturday, the Commission will be
ready to present thc supplemental y
report to the President, which will
be promptly sent to Congress.
It is not now doubled 111 any
well-informed quarter that the
Senate will follow thc recommenda
tion of the Commission and vote to
construct an American canal by the
Panama route and that the House
In their report the members of
the Commission will explain why
they first recommended Nicaragua
and now change to Panama. The
Commission made every effort to
secure a reasonable offer from the
French company, but failed. Now
the offer of the Panama Company
to sell all its property without re
serve wholly changes the situation.
Thc Commission has all along re
garded the Panama route as the
superior; route, and only the price
asked for it stood in the way of its
adoption in the first place. In its
report the Commission will say that
the Panama Company has met the
terms suggested by the Com mission
Thc one friend of the Nicaragua
route on thc Commission is Mr.
Ilaupt, the civil cngiueen. 1 lie
remaining members, all favoring
Panama, are: Admiral Walker,
ex-Senator Pasco, George S. Mor
rison, Ivieutcnant-Colouel Krust,
Alfred Noble, Colonel Peter C.
Hains, William II. Hurt-and Pro
fessor Ivinory U. Johnson. All
were present today when the Com
mission held two sessions.
Programme of Irish .Momburs.
Iondon, January 16. The Irish
members held their usual sessional
meeting today and decided to move
amendments to the address in reply
to the speech from the throne con
demning coercion, thc South Afri
can war, thc concentration camps
in South Africa, and the financial
relations between Ireland and Great
Britain. Seveial amendments to
theaddicss were finally adopted.
These included a petition for the
revision of the Itish laud and taxa
tion laws, ptolcsls against ilie en
forcement of the crimes act and the
operation of certain com Is, and
against the couceutiatiou eiimps in
J South Africa
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