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& rt' f f-S i i 'ft. MIL !5LjLji,,J&i-- grrpr zfr&tiQQtiyw eg.BBaiuwiiwwuwjwwuumMiwwiy i-- ?X.u --V t-pe fl , WB ' i r ' j; . fwslL r"jt wt3l.t Jti ' . Hwu S2Lw4iinab JWIst jt ., :.li.. . ',. , . , -ffr jy..,!... ---'ilWliM'-lr-- swfiSrcasSti?' 'WIPJMBBMIWMWMBMMllflMU tM. - - , . - . &' .v 'A Mm M t p;-( ,'. : ' .:? t ' 1 r Hi & - f) " ' LOCAIi 1TO1S, Tnble Padding rtt K. N. Holmes. Wi T. Moir went to Honolulu totlnyi F.J, Amweg nnil fiutiily ntc In tlic cll)'i llcst sodas served nt the Hilo Drug Store. 1. l'cck s a passenger to Honolulu to il ay. T. Cllvc Davics is a Clnuilitic passenger today, Dr. U. II. Uclil and family nrc in Ho nolulu on n vitcnlioii. Genuine Ice Cream Hilo Drug Co. J. W. Jones of Hiiimiulu is in the city tills week. Mr. Jones mij a lie ill remain in Hawaii. llntliiug Suits nutl Sweaters full Hue at K. N. Holmes. Ill the matter of the estate of Johnson Nickcus, I', Peck has been appointed administrator. Pineapple in Maraschino is the latest thing out. We have them. W. C. PICA COCK & CO., Ltd., bridge Street. The Claudinc brought foreign ninilthis week which came to Honolulu by the Nippon Marti. John linker returned from Kohnln Wednesday. He reports Mrs. linker slightly improved in hc.ilth. Ask to see the "Lightning Calculator" nt Wall, Nichols & Co., Ltd. Miss Deyo, superintendent of the pub lic schools rctumtd from her outing in the mountains this wick. Next Monday night will be a gala night for the Hlks lodge. Recruits are in wait ing and interesting times are in store. Japanese ware such as silks, crockery and lancy cabinets at L. Turner & Go's Store. Mrs Thotim II. Whitney, sister of Mr. Kulberg ot the Matsou Navigation Com pany will come by the Roderick Dim to visit her brother. L. 15. Arunud, an experienced etnbilm er mul Funeral Director has established himself in business in Hilo. His luad quaitcrs arc at the Hilo Drug Store. Choice line of Ladies Muslin Under wear just opened nt IS. N. Holmes. Attorney Wode Warren Thayer, has been enjoying an outing at the Volcano House the past week. He returns to Ho nolulu by the Claudine this morning. Try the famous California Peach and Honey Hrandy for sale at the Hilo Wine ami Liquor Co. nml you will surely en joy it. A. 11. Locbcusteiti went to Kohnln Tuesday to make a hydrographic survey of the bay at Kawnihac. His work is pre liminary to the building of a new wharf. Men's Patent Leather Hals, made by Hurt & Packard and bold at 5.00 by E. N. Holmes. Vicux XXX Cognac is among our lat est Hrandy importations. W. C. PEA COCK & CO., Ltd. Palmer Woods has been appointed temporarily to the ofliicc of Deputy Sheriff of North Kohah in plnce of Pulaa resigned. Charles Stillman will probably be the permanent appointee. The Hilo Drug Co. mnkes nn ice cream from pure fresh cream, think of that. Its the best on earth, Returning Inst week from a trip through Il.imnkun, A. II, Loebenstein reports tl at tli" Hnmakua rond board has dot e M ch efficient road work, Unit all traces of damage by the spring storm has been entirely obliterated, Many complaints are being made of the bad condition of the Olan road between this city mid lite Hilo District boundary. The road is said to be especially bail be tween (our mid six miles. There arc mud holes and ruts which require immediate intention. We still have our big run on "ACME RYE". Send your orders early so as to be sure and get your share. W. C. PEA COCK & CO., Ltd. A. R. Hancock has just completed the installation of a complete system of elec tric call bells at Deiuoslheuis Cafe. Guests now can command instant atten tion by pressing the button. This popu lar Cafe now lias the completest system of electric calls iu the Island. The passing of Fitzslinmons ns the heavyweight belt holder, murks the eclipse of the most satisfactory champion that has yet rl-.cu, reigned and fallen. I'ltz fought through a long career and is ubout the only riugstcr who quits the hoards no worse than when he began. For a Good Smoke TRY Irhy's Famous "Cotton Exchange" Cigar To He Had 01 All Dealers 5c. OR AT HoffSchlaeger Co., Ld. TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST. MMMUM MjMNHrvn(r aw--iAW zmem mr.t UAttTUll IS 1'lhVNi iMiUlilgpi' of I'ni'cfS Hunch talks of 11 runner's Troubles. F. W. Carter, manager of the Parker Ranch, was In the city this week. Mr. Carter hos his hands full witli the com plicated duties of looking after the inter ests of a 500,000 acre farm unil the tlmus anils of head of ciltlc and horse that people its broad areas. He therefore comes to town infrequently. He conies in fact only when he is compelled to. Mr. Carter reports that affairs in the vicinity of Parker's much have resumed their normal run and are quite recovered from the confusion catf-cd by the un precedented drouth of n few mouths ago. Mr. Carter, while devoting most of his attention to his herds, is not forgetful of side issues, staple crops He is constantly giving the of the temperate fanning region n trial in the sub tropics. He has raised on the Parker Ranch finer corn than can he grown in Iowa or Illinois. Hut he docs not allow his success to blind him to the exasperating obstacles which confront the corn raiser in Hawaii. Ha waiian cutworms sometintis lay low until the corn is in tassel and then make a midnight attack thntnuiiihilntisthccrop. The cutworm here comes in regiments and when he starts on a campaign he out rivals the nrniy woi 111 of the States. He cnls even thing in sight, and cnu stand many dollars worth of drug s'orc poison before he gives up his assault oil im ported crops. Mr. Carter has in mind n trip to the Coast in the near future for business and recreation purposes. YOU.NiJ HOTCL. Will he Occupied ."Mnrcli Xel nml Coiitnlus !I(l( Rooms. Honolulu, Aug. 4. It is expected that the stores in the Alexander Young build ing will be ready for occupmcy iu Oc tober, and the hotel part iu March next. II. Wingate Lake, formerly manager of the Hawaiian and now of the Mourn, is the lisscc of the Young building hotel. This establishment will occupy the third, fourth, fifth and sixth stories ol Un building. It will contain about 300 rooms and cater for first class tourist travel. beginning at King strict, tile stores will he occupied by the Von Ilnmm Young Company, David Law rence & Co , and the Pacific Commercial Cable Co, The G Schtimau Cirri ige Co. and the Porter Furniture Co. will occupy the central and the Hotel street corner stores respectively. Several office suites on the second iloor have also been engaged. When completed the building will rep resent an outlay of Jt, 500,000. Crulsc of Iroquois. On Sunday morning the U. S. S Iro- quois will start from Honolulu on a pro longed trip around to the diffireut Is lands of this group, It is the intention of Captain Rodman to gather informa tion mid data to make n complete sailing chart for the Islands of this group, Here tofore, mnsters of foreign vessels nnd ves sels from the mainland, who have come to these Islands, hae had to rely on local information us there is no complete sailing chart of the group. It is Captain Rodman's plan to collect data which will be forwarded to the Hy drographic Office of the Nnvy Depart ment. Lately the number of vessels coming to Island ports, priucipilly to load sugar, has increased to such nil ex tent that a complete sailing chart will be of the utmost importance. (Mainline Passenger List. The following passengers nrrived by Clntidiue this week: Miss Ilaulon, Miss Leverne, Ml-s Lnnge, J. Yamaiuura, Mrs. C. 11. Datiielsou, James Parke, W, C. liarke, Mrs. A. F. Parke, Mrs. James A. Parke, IC. L. Hass, F. J. Amweg, F. J. Amweg, Jr., Mrs. F.J. Amweg, Miss Am weg, J. II. Rohreruiid wife, Col. C. W. Afchforil, August Ahreus nml son, W. Conrad t and wife, A. A. Hi own, Lnm In Chew nnd wife, Hon. W. O. Smith, John Lciiigus, II. Cannon, Dr. W. II. Mos, Miss IC. Richardson, Mrs. C. IC. Richard sou, Miss Mary Talbot, Miss J. W. Par sons, Mrs. V. M. Wakefield, R. Slaughter, C, I). Peltou. Chilians Heat Soldiers. Lnst Sunday nt the rifle range the Hilo Gun Clubscoridn victory oer the marks men of Company 1), The civilians were to the good only half a doui points hut this wos enough to call for a new chal lenge from the soldiers for another match. The scoring lost Sunday was as follows Company D ICaston, 38, Ludwig, 40; Reiuhurilt, 39, Meine, 41, Todd, 38; Hiring, ao, Fetter, 34, Ludloff 3.4 , total 304. Hilo Gun Club Rockey, 3, Smith, 41; Decker, 38; Alden, 42, Hitchcock, 3'j; Ruy, 33, Richards, 41; Geir,43, total 310, Outgoing Clauilini) Passenger List. Mrs Helen Wilder Craft, Miss Cope land, Hon J T Moir, Philip Peck, W O Smith, T C Dimes, A A Ilrown, Aug. Ahreus, R Slaughter, C W Ashford, J M Coulson, W W Til ier, A V Peters, L R Meideiros, IC II Cant, L llillmau, Gio. llrowu, Frank Woods, P P Woods, W F. Drake, K C Kubo, Rev Yee Kui, Mr Gil bert, Arthur Reuton, Miss Gertrude Ren ton, Mrs F Wikauder. AI0I111 For Kenned). James A. Kennedy was presented yes terday by the office employees of the Honolulu Iron Works, with a silver lov illtf cup suitably inscribed, on the oc- cislou ol ins leaving tlie imstuebs man agement after a lout; incumbency to ac cept the office of president of the Inter Island Steam Navig Uion Company. Ilulletiu. W. C. Feacock & Co., have n bargain to offer in the furniture and fixtures of the Hilo Hotel. See advertisement iu this issue. I.. K. Pearson can testify to tlie value of TuuiUMt iidvertisiui' as nil aid iu causing his fine stock of harness and bid dies to move. The attorut'js who came to Hilo this week iu cniiuecliou with the Richardson will case icttmicd to Honolulu by the Claudine today, ''TtT'l-TX, u, MMlMiM Is KOUALm .It it I'nllslttnl IMilnri tlilnltinlblUly Kmlorsril for (he Legislature. Kohnln, Hawaii, July s6. A meeting of the North Kohnln Republicnn Club wns called to order nt 7:30 last night in the Kohala court house by K. K. Oldiug, president of the club. After the minutes of the previous meeting hail been read, Mr. Oldiug stated that the princlpil busi ness of the meetliiL' was the nomination of five or more delegates to the District Convention and two or more delegates to the Territorial Convention iu Honolulu. The members of the club present then got down to business mul the result wos that Chas. II. Pulaa, II. L. Holstciu, Rev. S. O. Kekucwa, H. A. l'raser, JnO' quin Souri, S. K. Knuiiamauo and Rob- ert Hind were noiniiinted to represent the local Republican party at the District j convention, to De Hem in wuiiucn on August 8th. I C. II. Pulai, II. L. Holsteiu and IC. A ' Prnser were nominated to represent the party in Honolulu. The president stnled that there would nil election later, and five delegates would be elected to go to Waiamea and two for the Honolulu con vention. It was resolved that it be the sense of the meeting that Chas. II. Pulnn be nomi nee for the House of Representatives and Hon. J. 1) Paris for the Senate. A letter was then read from J. II. l'Mi cr of Honolulu, iu which he stated that Mr. Pulna would surely be elected should he receive the nomination. II. L. Hol steiu inndi; n talk in favor of Pulnn mid Paris, and, later, President Oldiug, iu n very neat speech, said that Pulaa was the man to represent the district in the House of Representatives. A letter from Hon. J. I). Paris of Kona asked if the Kohala people thought that II. N. or Frank Greenwell of Kona stood any show ns Delegates to Washington. After other less important busimss hsd been ntteuited to , the meeting oiljotirucd il feeling prevailing. fiature of the meeting with general gooi A noticeable finture of the meeting wns the number of Hnwniinns present and the complete harmony whicli seemed to exist between haole mid natives. Tills nil goes to show that Kohnln should make 1 11 good showing for the next election. tlie Republicans nt DIED A(JLI) 118 VKAIIS. KuKiiulla the Centenarian at IVal men Passes Away Peacefully. rrobnbly the oldest inhabitant of the Hawaiian Islands died nt his home near Waimca week before last. This eller able Hawaiian was Knkaulla, and compe tent authority figures his nge nt the time 1 of his death ot 1 18 years. Knkaulla was a splendid specimen of Hawaiian mail hood. He was physically modele'd on Herculean proportions and a life of ab stemious habits scred to prescne his wonderful strength to far past the cen tury mark. Not a year ngo, Knkaulla was able to look alter his patcli of potatoes, hoeing nnd planting his little field without phys ical discomfort. His death was not due to any specific disease, but was a painless suspension of the functions of life. The deceased wns the father of eighteen chil dren. His nge is computed by Sam Pun, the attorney ol Woiinen. The decensed re membered certain historic occurrences in the life of Kamehameha I 11 , i., Milieu nre tlie 1 (late Ol HIS DirlU. basis of arriving at the He could relate witli graphic detail the story of the building ol the dam by the first king's army ncrosa the rivir Iao on pr(.su)in,, omc.r a',l 'secretary respective ' lm.u' , , . . , I ly of said meeting, which said Petition The deceased cen cnari.iii was made a ,, Certificate were entered of record in ...... 1... ..... u) ..... .,.,, U.H.-U. u.c 1 earliest missionaries, and he retn.ued his 1 iiimin 111 1.11111111 muuviii w i.ik .."it u. his death. --- Resolution of Respect. At n regular meeting of tlie Hut Aloha Aiua tlie following preamble mid resolu tions were unanimously adopted: WiiuuiiAS, it lias pleased the Almighty God to remove from our midst our late brother Charles ICdward Hapai, and WiiuuiiAS, it is but just that a fitting recognition of his man) virtues should be hail, therefore be it, Resolved, Ily tlie Hui Aloha Ainn of Hilo that while we bow witli humble submission to the will of the Most High we do not the less mourn for our brother who has been taken from us; Kisulicif, Hint 111 the death of Charles unworn uiipai mi nui Aioun Aiua in-1 iiuo Electric Powers Kelngcrator Com ments the loss of n brother who wns tver.paiiy, Ltd.,hnve been paid and dis rendy to proffer the hand of aid and the charged, voice of sympathy to the needy and dis-1 Now Tui'.KKrouH, Know Ye that in tressed of tlie fraternity; and octie inem- her of this Society whose utmost endea vors Aere exertid for its welfare mid prosperity; A'esoh'ett, That the heartfilt sympathy of tins Society be extended to his family 111 their nfilictiou: Resolved, Tlmt these resolutions be spread upon the records of the Society, and copy thereof be transmitted to the family of our deceased brother. Committee 011 Resolutions, JAMF.S I). LICWIS, WM. II. I1I5ICRS. II11111I Concert. The Hilo band gave n concert at the hotel last evening rendering the follow ing program: FARTIC I. 1. March "Hawaii Herald". ..Carvalho a. Fautasle "Ciel llleu, II. Giliug 3. Overture "Casbandra' Rolliiisou 4. Variations "Old Home Down on the Farm" Harlow baritone Solo by I'rof. Joaij. Carvalho FARTIC II. 1. March "Fas Redouble". ...Rosbhard 2. Overture "Nicodenius".. Grueuw.ild 3, Dance "Sunbeams" Grueiiwald 4. Overture "Mostic ,T. II. Rolliiibou Aloha Oe Star Staugled llanuer. . Fits: Kuoektxl Out. Honolulu, Aug. 4. The Moana from Vancouver and Victoria arrived off port jeslcrday afternoon and came alengside at about 4 o'clock. Just previous to the 1 departure of the Moana from Victoria on the 25th lust., the purser received news 1 of the Jcifrics-FiUsimmumi fight iu San Francisco. The message received by the purser and appended to his report to tlie I newspapers, was us follows: 1 "FlUsiiiiuuiliB vs. Jeffries, finished ill eight rounds, Fitz had the best of the first bix rounds but got knocked out ill the eighth.." mmtmim "JOSy. HUNOKAA SIM llhu xct or iuipiiigtiiiel1 rroni I'upltnl of llmllilkuu. II IC Judge Hall is in Kona. James Gibb returned from n trip to Ho nolulu. Charley Mencickc is visiting his Ilw titer in Kohala. Mr. James came out from Hilo recently un ins muomooiie 111 4 uoitrs. Mrs. V, S. Clinton mul Miss Nellie I Klcknrd returned Saturday from 11 trip to IVLIIIIMIIK J, Ilnrkinshnw rode to Ktikiiihnclc mul luck again in Air. James' horseless car riagc. C. II. I-ox who has been absent from this community for the past several months returned on the "Hcleiic." . J,lm Element had friends enough '" Hookaa to pay for ten cofhns if neces- " "" '"V ." "ul""K " " ueaiu lmli' n'lcr "is burial. R. W. Jones, manager of the Ilumuiilti Sheep Stntiou has resigned. Snm Parker Jr. will resume the management of the ranch Hanittkua cane is looking exceedingly fine and if nothing hindirs its present growth, 1903 crop will be an unusually large one. A race between n Waimca horse mid n horse from Fnauhatt for n purse of 100, results in favor of Waimca. Fully f 1000 exchanged hands on this race which wos held in the main street of Houakaa, The primary election of the Seventh precinct resulted iu the election of M. V. Holmes delegate to the District commit tee, and L. IC. Schellberg delegate to the Territorial Convention. G. F. Holl wos elected judge of election to fill the va cancy caused by the absence of A. J. Watt. The other judges were J. W. Mo nauli and Win. Russell. Considerable interest was shown throughout the day -ven by the "kickir" wearing the No. 6 ,'"" """ ' o 'cu inouin wuo w bnrd to defeat the little delegate bul c,l ns llt: bad 110 backing except froi orked but fait- from the man who employed him. Porto Ulcaii Found Dead. An aged Porto Ricau was found dead by the roadside iu Pttueo last Tuesday morning by Deputy Sheriff Ovennif. The old man h.u.1 been thinking heavily mid is supposed to hac drowned iu the small ditch by the roulsidc being unable to extricate himself owing to his inebri ated condition. NOTICE. In the Matter of the Dissolution and Dis incorporation of the Hilo Electric Power & Refrigerator Co., Ltd. To all to whom these Presents shall conic: I, William IL Wright, Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii, send greeting. WllKKKAS, 011 the 1 3th day of May, 1902, the Hilo IClectric Power & Refrig erator Company, Ltd., a corporation ex isting under the laws of the Territory of Hawaii, presented to William II. Wright, Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii, n Petition together with a Certificate set ting forth that nt a meeting of its Stock holders called for that purpose, mid at 'shares of the Capital Stock were repre- scnteii, it was aeciiieil by n unanimous Votc to dissolve mid disincorporate the b.,1.1 Pnninrnlinn ulilnl, cl (.r! ! 1I .. said Corporation w hich said Certificate was signed by John A. Scott, Vice-President and Keith F. Mackic, Secretary, the t,e office ofthe Treasurer, and WHBRKAS. notice wnstherenfter caused I,, . nnlilUlii il ... H10 l,'.,ir1i..1i .,.,.1 II,.. waiiau languages for sixty days Iu the Hilo tribune and the Hawaii Herald published in the city of Hilo, Island of Hawaii, that is to say, 011 the 23d mid 30th days of May, 1902, mid the 6th, 13th, 20th days of June, 1902, mid 4thniid nth, days of July, 1902, in the Hilo Tribune, oil the 29th day of May, 1902, and the "Sth, 12th, 19th and 26th thus of June, 1902, and the 3d, 10th and 17th das of July, 1902, iu the Hawaii Herald and affidavit of the publication tticreof hac been presented to tins Ullice, mul an nexed to the original petition unil certi- licnte oil tile, ana Wiikkkas, I am satisfied that the vote therein certified was taken, and I am fur- ther satisfied that qllchiiiiisni'nlnst the slid consideration of the premises and no rea son to the contrary appearing, I do here declare that the said Corporation, the Hilo IClectric l'ouer & Refrigerator Com pany, Ltd., is hereby dissolved nud that the surrender of the articles of Associa tion filed January n, 1900, is hereby ac cepted on behalf of the Government of the Territory of Hawaii. Gien under my hand and the Seal of the Treasurer's Office this 29th day of July, A. I). 1902. WIM.IAM II. WRIGHT, 40-3 Treasurer Territory of Hawaii. Waiakea Boat House R.A. I.UCAS it CO., Frop'rs. WAIAKEA BRIDGK, HILO HAVIC NOW A FUCICT OF Gasoline Launches and Small Boats FOR PUilUC HIRIC Passengers nud baggage taken to nnd from vessels 111 tlie uariior at reasonable rates. Launches and row boats to hire tor private picnics and moonlight rules. RINC UP ON TKLKPHONK AGICNl'S FOR Wolverine Gasoline Engine Self-starter and rCVcrsible engine. In practicability it is equal to the steam en gine. Sizes from IJi h. p. upwards. boats lilted wan mis engine or Irauies ol any site to order. For particulars apply to R, A. LUCAS, MnuuKer. v & " -.- KMMilt rtli ' Ttf,a-. ma ;.. Thd Wlra Ponce that dATES Built cannot keep Me from telling what I received by the Str. Enterprise this week 8hirts, Pajamas, Umbcrellas, Handker chiefs, Socks, Hats, Satchels, Dress Suit Cases, Steamer Trunks. Buy a Dress Suit Case from me and remember the deal for twenty years. m. f. Mcdonald, gef5?EARsHER MATTER E. N. HOLMES WK WOULD CALL SPKCIAI, ATTHN TION THIS WKHK TO OUR COMI'LKTI? STOCK OK FASIIIONAULIS STRAIGHT FRONT CORSETS. IN TIIK CKLKBRATISD " ROYAL WORCESTER" MAKK AT I'RICl-S RANGING FROM $1 25 TO $ 2 50 ALSO A FULL LINK OF THIS WKLL KNOWN R & G CORSKTS IN ALL SYLKS AND AT POPULAR PRICKS. E. N. HOLMES. ftand made Saddles and Harness. CARRIAGE TRIMMING. AT- RICHARDS & SCHOEN, Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I. Curd of Thanks. Tlie parents, wife ami other relatives of the late C. IC. Hnii.il, desire to express their sincere thanks for the assistance milt sympathy of friends and neighbors 111 llieir bereavement. NOTICE. F. IC. Haley is no longer iu the employ of the ICceUior .Soda Works and ha no authority to receive monies or transact any business whatever iu connection therewith. IC. IC. RICHARDS, Treasurer. NOTICE. All bills against tlie Iliiitiuiihi Sheep Stition Co., must be prisented to F. Wiiudenberg at Honolulu, Hawaii forth with. A change in the management of the Htiuiuulu Sheep Company lias been I brought about by the resignation of Mr R. W. Jones. Since August 1, 1902, Samuel Parker Jr., has been thcauthoru- 40-3 F. WUNDICNH1CRG. LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuii Territory of Hawaii. In I'Konvri'.. In tlie matter ol the ICstate of KUWADA MAI SU, deceased. Petition having been filed by Thomas C. Cook, piajiug that letters of Adminis tration upon said estate he issued to him. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday the 9II1 day of September A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock a 111., be and hereby is appoint ed for hearing said petition iu tlie Court room of thus Court, at Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons con cerned may appear and show cause if any they have, why b.ud petition should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, August 6th 1902, lly the Court: DANIICL PORTER, Clerk. Smith & Pak.sons, Attorneys for Petitioner. 4o-3t Iu the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Island and Territory of Hawaii. In Phoiktk At Chamiiuks. In tlie matter of the Estate, and Guard ianship of MARY LUJAN, ANNIE I.UJAN, SUSSANA LUJAN, GEO. I.UJAN, LII.UE I.UJAN, .SAMUEL LUJAN, LUCAS I.UJAN, minors. Petition having been filed bv Lucas Lujan, father of said Minors praying that letters of Guardianship issue to your pe titioner. Notice is hereby given that Monday the 1st day of September A I) 1902111 9 o'clock a. 111., iu the Court House, Hilo, Hawaii, is appointed the time and place for hearing said petition when nud where all persons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not he granted, Hilo, Aug. 5th 1902. II v the Court l DANIEL PORTER, Clerk, 1 1', S. Lyuiau for Petitioner. 40.31. lb' 2KW. HILO fM$roc? Our Now Stylos Aro IN STOCK but thoy aro not loc'tod In Our new STKTSON SIIOKH and Ladies Slippers nre the handsomest we ever carried. We'd like to have you come in and try on a pair. We can fit you and your pocket book : . . . Economic Shoe Co., Ltd. (All the name implies) Hilo, Hawaii Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby give 11 that uou the 23d day of July, A. D. 1902, the under signed was duly appointed Adiuinisuator o the Estate of I'. MURAKAMI, de ceased, and has since ipudilied to act as such by filing an approved bond iu the Circuit Court. All perwius hav ing claims against the said Estate are notified to present tile same to the undersigned, or his attorney s, witluiisi. mouths iriuii the date hereof, togeiher with all Dinner vouchers concerning the same, or the Mine will be therealter disallowed and forever barred. A. IIUMHURG. July 23, 1902. Administrator. Smith & Parsons, Attorneys for Administrator. 3S-4 L. E. Arnaud EMIIALMER FUNERAL DIRECTOR All orders will receive prompt and careful attention Cure Owl Drug Store Telephone 15 Hilo, Hawaii 1 "j -r . J.h-Sk-Mi0&iA. ifi. tt.ftttf u- .,-,, TJ.. '"jA "t-tHf -" Wtti-liw&..