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K ' t "i, t ' Jr. v r 1 tffcL' o 3 O o Q c p. o o m j z o i M I O - o o o u Q a o w o CD c o s c z o o II a o o o 0 I'AItLIAMKNT CUMINS. Koynl Address Oircrs No Hope or llnrly Pence. The King, beneath his robes, wore a Meld Marshal's uniform. The Queen's dress was of black velvet, surmounted by a robe trim med with ermine. The peeresses all wore ostrich feathers in their hair and were richly clad in even ing robes of the most varied colors, white satin, however, predominat ing, the display of jewels was un usually dazzling. King Edward and Queen Alex andra occupied their thrones in the House of Peers beneath a canopy, with the Prince and Princess of Wales on either side of them. The other members of the royal family were seated on chairs at the foot of the steps leading to the throne. The gentleman usher of the black rod, General Sir Michael Uiddulph, having summoned the Speaker and the members of the House of Com mons, his majesty read the speech from the throne. The speech opened with a reference to the tour of the Prince and Princess of Wales. Referring to Great Britain's re lations with foreign countries, the King said: "My relations with other powers continue to be most friendly." Contrary to expectations, the King's reference to the war was just as indefinite as the statements made on the subject in the last half dozen messages from the throne. "I regret," said his majesty, "that the war in South Africa is not yet concluded, though the I course ot the operations has been favorable to our arms the area of !... , ... ,.. , .. , ..!... . are being resumed in my new colo nies. In spite of the tedious char acter of the campaign, my soldiers throughout have displayed a cheer fulness in the endurance of the hardships incident to guerrilla war fare and a humanity, even to their own detriment, in their treatment of the enemy which are deserving of the highest praise." In regard to the sugar conference, the speech says: "I trust its deci sion may lead to the abandonment of the system by which the sugar producing colonics and home man ufacturers of sugar have been un fairly weighted in the prosecution of this important industry." Then came the following clause: "I have concluded with the Presi dent of the United states a treaty, I the provisions of which will facili tate the construction of an mter oceauic canal under guarantees that its neutrality will be open to the commerce and shipping of all na tions." After the reading of the speech their majesties retired amid a fan fare of trumpets and attended by the same regal ceremony that ac companied their entry into the house. The only departure from the ex tremely decorous character of the proceedings occuried when the King refeired to the humanity of the British troops in South Africa. This led to an unprecedented scene in the House of Lords. Peers and noorosses and hieh officers of state peerebses aim uirii omccrs 01 : state 1 broke out into a prolonged cheer, 1 which was repeated again and again, to the evident satisfaction of 'his majesty, but to the apparent dismay of the officials of the House, whose signaled deprecations of this 1 departure from ancient traditions ! were ineffectual to stop the outburst , of enthusiasm. llOHKS l'OK PK.VCi:. Purpose of thu Visit of tliu Xctlier. hinds' l'rcmlur to London. London, January 17. Renter's I Telegram Company has received 1 the following dispatch from Amster dam: According to trustworthy information, Dr. Kuyper, the Dutch , Premier, recently intimated to the Hoer delegates the desirability, in view of Lord Rosebery's speech at 1 Chesterfield, of their giving some intimation to the British Govern ; ment of the basis 011 which they 1 would entertain peace negotiations. ! Dr. Kuyper pointed out the impio ' liability of any of the great powers I intervening in .South Africa in the juear future, and suggested that lie be allowed informally to sound his friends in London in the hope of a semi-official response. The Dutch Premier accordingly met Abraham Fischer, the leader of the Iloerf delegates, and others, at Brussels, where a long confer ence was held, after which Dr. Kuypcr proceeded to Loudon. The result of his visit, if any has been attained, is not yet known. A Patented Coinli. They cure dandruff, hair falling, headache, etc., yet cost the same as an ordinary comb. Dr. White's Electric Comb. The only patented Comb in the world. People, every where it has been introduced, are wild with delight. You simply comb your hair each day, and the comb docs the rest. This wonder ful comb is simply unbreakable and is made so that it is absolutely im possible to break or cut the hair. Sold on a written guarantee to give perfect satisfaction in every respect. Send stamps for one. Ladies' size, 50c. Gent's size, 35c. Live men and women wanted everywhere to introduce this article. Sells on sight. Agents are wild with suc cess. Address D. N. Rosk, Gen Mm- T)pmtnr. 111. O" " " --- 1 . I 111 the Circuit Court of the Eourth Circuit, ' Territory of Hawnii. ' Summons. The Mnknlnu Plmitntion Company, n cor. ! porntion, plniutiff, vs. II. E. Sonic 1 mid I. E. Kay, defendants. I The Territory of Hawaii: to the High I Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or li is Deputy, the ShenfTof the Island of Hawnii, or his Deputy, or any Constable in the Territory of Hawaii. Von arc commanded to summon II. E. Sonic nnd I. E. Kay, defendants, in case they shall fde written answer within 1 twenty days, after service hereof, to be and appear before the said Circuit Cturt j at the January Term thereof, to be holden ' ai souui 11110, isiuim ui iiuwuii, uu Thursflay the and day of Jnnuary next, nt ten o'clock a. M., to'show cause why the claim of the Ilaknlatu Plantation Com pany, plaintiff, should not be awarded to them pursuant to the tenor of their an nexed petition. And have von then and there this writ w ith full return of your proceedings tlicrcoii. Witness Hon. Gilbert E. Little, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Pottrth Circuit, at South Hilo, Hawaii, this 10th day of December, 1901. (Sinned) DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of "the original Summons in said cause nnd that said Court ordered public ation of the kamc nnd continuance of said cause until the next Term of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Hilo. Hawaii. Jan. 22, 1902. 13-29 In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. Summons. The Laupahoehoe Sugar Company, a cor poration, plamtiir, vs. H. E. Soule and I. E. Kay, defendants. The Territory of Hawaii; to the High Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii, or his Deputy, or ony Constable in the Territory of Hawaii' Von arc commanded to summon II. !?. Soule and 1 E. Roy, defendants, in case thi'V shall file written answer within twenty day after service hereof to be and appear belore the said Circuit Court at the January Term thereof, to be holden at South Hilo, Islnnd of Hawaii on Thurs day the 2nd day of January next, nt 10 o'clock A. M., to show cause why the claim of the Laupahoehoe Sugar Com pany, a corporation, plaintiff should not be awarded to them pursuant to the tenor of their annexed petition. And have jou then and there this writ with full return of your proceedings thereon. Witness Hon. Gilbert P. Little, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, nt South Hilo, Hawnii, this loth day of December, 1901. (Signed) DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the original Summons in said cause and that said Court ordered publication ot the same and continuance of said cause uulil.tlie next Term of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1902. 13-29 Annual Meeting. ' illc nlll"1!U meeting 01 tue siock 1 j10,(ll.rsorthl. ini( j.;t.clric i.ight Co., stock Ltd., will he helil nt the eouipims office on Wednesday, Jnnuary 29, 1902, at 3 o'clock p. in., for the purpose, of the election of officers for the ensuing year, and for such other husiuess ns may he brought before the meeting. W. T. HALDINO, Secretary. NUW YOHK SAN l'UANCISi'O IIONOU'I.U . S. & CO., LIMITED. HROKKRS and COMMISSION MKRCIIANTS ...EIRE INSURANCE... Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars and Tobacco. Special attention given to consignments of coffee nuil sugar. Sanitary Laundry Co. Ltd. of Honolulu has so thoroughly eipitpped the Hilo branch that the service is tcpial to any 011 I the .Mainland, its prices are the same'. Agency: M. I7. McDonald I'lionu 158 All Kinds Ol RUBBER GOO US, GOODYEAR nUBBER CO. K. 11. TEASE, l'resident, San EnuicUco, Cal., V. S. A. Wery & Carter STONE and BRICK MASONS Estimates given on nil work for the construction of Piers, Abutments, Culverts, Sidewalks. Most experi enced firm in masonry on this Is lnud. Erection of Stone mid llrick buildings mid nil work of the like nature. Boiler Work a Specialty P. O. llox 133 Iln.o, Hawaii. 'rmc Pantheon Saloon iio.vorvUt.u hns been reopened under the man agement of Mr. T. A. Simpson, lute of the Union Saloon, Hilo. FIRST-CLASS WINES LIQUORS and BEERS me kept in stock and visiting Hiloites nrc cordially invited to sample same. HILO MARKET CO., .. "KinOl LIMITED. Telephone No. 39. St. - IIlI.O, II. I Pacific Meat Markel Fkont St., IIu.o, II. I, Choice Cuts of' Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal. POULTRY of all Kinds FRESH ISLAND BUTTER Flno Fat Turkeys. . Suckfng Pigs. I AM Transportation Co., tro o 3 Limit-up. Manager. oeo. s Mckenzie Piuest eipiipjied Carriages in the city, with competent and careful drivers. Coill'l'.S of Metiopolitnu styles and finish lately imported. Horses Boarded by Day or Month. In connection with the STAiu.its the I above company runs the I RIVlvUSIDK CARRIAGK AND f BLACKSMITH vSIIOP, nnd are prepared to take orders for Car ringe building, llor.se Shoeing and Cell ernl lllacksmithiug. Theo. H. Davies VOLGIO STABLES HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CARLOAD OE LIBBEY, McNEILL & LIBBEY'S CANNED CORNED 1IEEE, ROAST UIJEE, VIENNA SAUSAGE, l'ICVS l'EET, LUNCH TONGUE Cases of . doen ; 1 doeu cases of each Potted Ham, Tongue, Chicken, nnd Turkey. These potted goods are a new nrticle and are sold very reasonable. We are Agents for Carey's Magnesia Flexible CEMENT A eniload of which we have just fui ther particulars IttiiaSO. ET. IWrXJ iSs CO., Jkfccl The Corner Restaurant FRONT AND CHURCH STS. If you appreciate n good menl nicely prepared call nnd sec inc. Meals 25c Up C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop. Lato Suppors from 8 p.m. to I a. m. Oahu Carriage Manufacturing Co, LimitccL ' WILL PUKNISH ESTIMATES on building fine carriages, wagons, drays and vehicles of nil kinds. Orders from outside Islands will be given prompt attention. WRITE FOR FIGURES M79 RIVER STREET, HONOLULU, II. T. Wall, Nichols Co. LIMITED. Wniaiiuenue St., Hilo. WE ORDER AT ONCK 11Y MAIL AIJ, TII1C NEW GOOD BOOKS W iiso tlin miiih' prior book 11 1 llic Honolulu house, nnd iniiko our PRICES AS LOW AS ANY ON THE ISLANDS. Wall, Nichols Co.. Ltd. o n 0) o X r m o pi 7) CD PI CO H CO PI PI o o r rf- a O 2 $IOfcRUPTURE CURED Mir JL vWa for tcn notuxns. KliSl&S. 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