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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1903.
Ijc Uo Qfcibmte
PUnMSHKD HVHRY I'RIDAY
OrrtCB. KINO 8TRRRT, IlILO, HAWAII.
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COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO
I)R. J. J. GRACE, M. D., F.R.C.S.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
O luce Hours: 9 to 11 a.m.;i to 3 and 7:30 to 8. p.m.
Sundays 9 to 11 a.m.
R. H. Reid, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office Hours :
8 to 9:30 n. m.; 3 to 3 nnd 7 to 8 p. m.
Sundays, 9 to is a. 111.
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Surgkon
Office, Waiauueuue St.
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.; 3-4 nnd 7:30
to 8:30 l'. m. Sundays, 9 to n a. m.
Dr. T. MOTONAGA '
8 A. M. to 4 P.M.
King Street next
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
I. E. RAY
Waianuenue St. Hilo, Hawaii
M. Wachs, D. D. S
9 to 4
Walter H. Schoening
Pitman Street, Hilo, Hawaii
M. M. Springer
Willi WISE 4 HOSS
L. E. Arnaud
KMDALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR
All orders will receive prompt
nnd careful attention
Core Owl Drutf Store
Telephone 15 Hilo, Hawaii
Notick Neither .the Masters nor
Acent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 34.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In FRonATR At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of KUPAA
The petition and accounts of the Ad
ministrator of the estate of said deceased
having been filed wherein he asks that
his accounts be examined and approved,
and that a final order he made of -distribution
of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled;
that the heirs of said estate may be ascer
tained and declared, and discharging him
f.nMi till fi,,,fti .arm4etfilll . no ai.t
11 is onicrcu mar. .uoimav, 111c 20111
day of January, icm, at q o'clock a. m..
r l.VM.t I" ,.n T -....:
at Chambers, in the Court House at South
Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for hear
ing said petition and accounts, and that
all persons interested may then and there
appeor and show cause if any they have,
why the same should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 33, 1903. ,
By the Court:
DANIEL rORTER, Clerk.
WlSK & Ross,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 8-4t
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of KAHO-
AKA (k.) ol Hauiakua, Hawaii,
Petition having been filed by Kekai of
Hauiakua, praying that Letters of Ad
ministration upon said-estate be issued to
A. B. Lindsay of Honokaa, Hawaii,
Notice is hereby given that Monday,
the 36th day of January, A. D. 1903, at 9
o'clock a. in., be and hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition in the Court
room of this Court, at Hilo, Hawaii, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Hilo. Hawaii, Dec. 39, 1903.
By the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
LkBlond & Smith,
Attorneys for petitioner. g-3t
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii, United States
of America. t
In the matter of the Estate of JOHN I
KANE of Fahoa, Puna. J
Petition having been filed by J. Hol
land of Puna, praying that letters of ad
ministration unoii snid estntp lir ismipil tn
Thos. C. Ridgway, of Hilo, Hawaii,
Notice is hereby given that Monday,
I the slid day of February, A. D. 1903, at
; 9 o'clock a.m., be and hereby is ap. 1
r.r.1 It ... In lwmrinn coir I naliliAH !h 1... I
I Court Room of this Court, nt South Hilo,
I Hawaii, at which time and place all per
(sons concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 3, 1903.
1 By the Court:
UANIIJL. I'ORTER. C erk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk, i
Ridgway & Ridoway, t
Attorneys for Petitioner. 10-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii U. S. A.
In Frobati'. At Ciiambkrs.
In the matter of the estate of CHARLES
E. RICHARDSON, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the last
verified, and with proper vouchers, if any,
to the undersigned at the office of A. E.
Sutton & Co., in Hilo, Territory of
Hawaii, within six months from the date
of this notice, otherwise such claims, if1
any, will be forever barred.
C. C. KENNEDY, I
A. E. SUTTON,
AUGUST AHRENS, l
WlSK & Ross,
Attorneys for the Estate. 11-4
At the Second Annual Meeting of the I
stockholders of the First Bank of Hilo.
. Ltd., held at the bank, Peacock Block,
I Hilo, Saturday, January 10, 1903, the
; following were elected officers and Direct-!
WD Ut hl. wuaiiiH J - a I
P. Peck President
C. C. Kennedy Vice President
John T. Moir and Vice President
C. A. Stobie Cashier
A. E, Sutton Secretary
Directors: J. S. Canario, John J.
Grace, F. S. Lyman, II. V. Patten, Win.
Puller, W. II. Shipmau.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 10, 1903.
A. E. SUTTON,
win" TtestamemVS deceased Ecessful "ndlng ".Ufa messages and
been admitted to probate aud the nuder-1 it is to satisfy himself that the tests
signed confirmed as the executors thereof. L ,,i ; ft, ,;, ...i,.. .1.
All creditors of said deceased are here- are made in the Winter, when the
by notified to present their claims duly .conditions would be most unfavor
LATK CAHLE UKAMS.
llllzznrds Sweep tlio Entire Missis
Chicago, Jan. 11. Extreme cold
is reported throughout the Missis
sippi Valley. In Minnesota lakes
and streams are deeply frozen nnd
much suffering has ensued.
New York, Jan. n. Sharper
winter weather accents the need of
fuel. But little coal is reaching
the city and this is being doled out
in small quantities. Hotels and all
public buildings where heat is free
are thronged with people who have
no other business there except to
Philadelphia, Jan. 11. It is
stated that, owing to the scarcity of
coal, several of the largest iron
mills and factories will be run on
Hermosillo, Mex.,Jan. 11. Two
deaths have occurred here from
bubonic plague. The disease was
brought by Chinese from the coast
on their way north. It is spread
ing in the interior along lines of
travel. Coast ports have quaran
tined Mazatlan where the situation
Hermosillo, the capital of Sonora,
is a city of 15,000 people. A rail
road connects with Guaymas, a port
on the Gulf of California, north of
Mazatlan. The Sonora railway,
which runs through Hermosillo,
connects with the Southern Pacific
Manila, Jan. 11. Governor Taft
is being strongly urged to remain
in the Philippines. At a great
popular demonstration the Gover
nor assured the people that, if he
left, no change in the policy of the
insular government would ensue.
Governor Taft's administration has
i rrrAntl f ctrAtifrtllpnprl nnnitlor rpenr f
for the United States.
Loudon, Jan. 1 1 All Europeans
have now left the city of Fez. The
Sultan is preparing to attack the
Denver, Jan. 11. Freight trains
collided near here in a snow-storm.
One man was killed and two in
Powers, a merchant
1 1 . Edward
of this city,
has been killed by a
MESSAUES ACROSS CONTINENT.
Marconi to rut New System
Operation In Cunmlii.
Winnipeg (Man.), Jan. 1. Mar
coni is preparing to install a wire
less transcontinental service through
Canada. Two of his experts passed
through here yes'.erday on their
way west to arrange for a series of
tests in the Rockies. It is ex
pected by the inventor that the di
verse electrical currents in the
rarefied atmosphere of the high al-
titudes may interfere with the sue-
Winnipeg is to be the half-way
house of the system. It is under
stood that the station will be lo
cated at Stony mountain, an emi
nence twelve miles from Winnipeg.
It will receive messages from
Mount Royal, at Montreal, and it
is the work of these experts to lo
cate the next Western station in
Boston, Jan. i. Earl Roberts
will lie the miesr nf the Arni.ni
, TT ,, ....
and Honorable Artillery Company
of Boston next September. This
announcement was made by
tain Olys, the commander, tonight.
He also says that Priuce of Wales
and his uncle, the Duke of Con
naught, may come, accompanied by
the Earl of Denbigh, lieutenant
Colonel of the Honorable Artillery
Company of London.
Troops to Meet the
New York, Jan. 1. A cable to
the Sun from Tangier says: "The
Government has not communicated
with officials here since the disaster
on December 23d. A courier ar
rived today bringing a letter, dated
December 26th, to a banking firm,
stating that the pretender was four
hours distant from Fez. All avail
able troops had left Fez to meet
him, This is the latest authentic
news received here."
A cable to the Sun from Madrid
says: "It is said here that the Sul
tan of Morocco has summoned tin
Shcreefs and notables to Fez tine
made a bid for their loyalty, oiki
ing to abjure his European predi
lections, to break his relations with
the Christains aud to maintain Is
latnism. It is asserted that the im
mediate dismissal ol European offi
cials is consequently impending,
accompanied by a reactionary
"It is said that the pretender sent
to the Sultan at Fez a token of ap
proval in the form of a number of
salted heads of imperial soldiers
who were slain in the recent battle."
Madrid, Jan. 1. News has
reached here that the European in
habitants of Tetuan. Morocco, have
quitted that post, fearing that the
rem 'is win auact. lac piace.
Dispatches received here from
Tangier report that several provi
sion convoys have entered Fez.
The Sultan's troops intended march
ing out from Fez December 27th
to attack the rebels. The Sultan
has summoned his brother, Mulai
Mohammed, to Fez in order to dis
provothe claim of the pretender to
the' rone Jhat Mulai Mohammed
had fomented the present rebellion.
EDWARD EM P Kit OK OK INDIA.
Au Immense Crowd Is Present nt
New York, Jan. 1. A cable to
the Tribune from London says:
The morning journals are filled
with details of Oriental pageantry
and magnificence at Delhi. The
Durbar was, perhaps, a less pictures
que function than the state entry
into Delhi, with its long double file
of richly caparisoned elephants,
but there was a larger representa
tion of Indian princes and a greater
display of military forces. Accounts
of the procession of elephants and
vassal princes read like a new chap
ter of "the Arabian Nights." De
tails of the proclamation of the
King and Emperor from the throne
with golden lions formed a sequel
to the Oriental romance of British
dominion, of which a statesman
with Hebraic imagination was the
author. Lord Curzon has brought
out a new edition de luxe in the
ancient Mogul capital.
Curzon's genius as a stage mana
ger, witli ins unique knowledge ot
Oriental character, is also recog
nized, and there is a conviction that
he will enact a greater part in im
perial politics after his return from
Delhi (India), Jan. 1. Tens of
thousands of people from the city
of Delhi and from villages far and
near began gathering at daybreak
this morning on the great plain out
side the city. There they waited
patiently for the supreme announce
ment of the durbar that King Ed
ward was Emperor of India.
Ilret Ilnrte's Small Estute.
New York, Jan. 2. A cable to
the Sun from London says: Let
ters of administration on the estate
of Bret Harte, the American author,
who died in May last, have been
granted to his son Francis, the
widow having renounced adminis
tration. The value of the estate
caused surprise, it being placed at
only 360, 6s, od (About $1800).
AGAINST LEPER SCHEME. I
Territorial Republican Committee
Takes Prompt Action.
A strong appeal has been for
warded to Hon. M. A. Hanua hy '
the Republican Territorial Central j
Committee, urging him to use his I
influence against the recommenda
tion of the Senatorial Commission
that Molokai be turned into a na
tionaljlcper lazaretto. The letter
calls especial attention to the fact
that it was , the opposition of the
Republicans of Hawaii to this
policy which defeated Wilcox and
elected Prince Kuhio in the Novem
ber election. ' The letter is as fol
lows: Honolulu, T. H., Jan. 10, 1903.
Hon. M. A. Hanna, Chairman Re
publican National Committee,
Washington, D. C.
Dear Sir: The statement has
been cabled here from Washington
that those United States Senators
who recently visited the Territory
of Hawaii as a Commission to in
vestigate, and report to the Senate
upon affairs and conditions in these
islands, have recommended that all
the lepers now on the island of Mo
lokai should be placed under con
trol of the Federal Treasury De
partment, also that all lepers now
on the Mainland of the lT?:d
States should be transported t .
Iokai for treatment, under the -
control, with the lepers of Ha.......
So strongly did we feel upon this
subject that our secretary was di
rected to send you the following
cableeratn on the 8th inst.:
"Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1903.
"Hon. M. A. Hanna, Washington,
"Republican organizations pro
test against reueral supervision,
and transfer of lepers from Main
land. "We insist on caring for our own
afflicted. It is our privilege and
"Republican party's pledge to
this policy won last election. .
MEET SUUAK SATISFIED.
Will withdraw Opposition to Cuba
-The Am -
Washington, Jan. 8
erican Beet Sugar Association hus
passed resolutions withdrawing its
opposition to Cuban reciprocity but
recommending that the treaty be
amended so that, during the period
of five years covered by that instru
ment no sugar exported from Cuba
shall be admitted to the United
States at a reduced duty greater
tnan twenty per cent 01 tne rates 01
uuty tuereon as provitleu by the
tariff act of 1897. The Association
also adopted resolutions protesting
against unnecessary stimulation of
the sugar and tobacco industries of
the Philippines by further tariff reductions.
Caracas, Jan. 8. United States ' affairs.
Minister Bowen has received orders j "Sixth The amount it has paid
to leave Venezuela for Washington in dividends during the year, the
to present the Venezuelan case to rate of percentage of such dividends
the British and German Commis- and times of paying the same.
sion- i "Seventh A statement of all the
London, Jan. 8. King Edward stock owned by it of any other cor
today appointed as Archbishop of poration, joint stock company or
Canterbury, Dr. Randall Thomas other association, specifying the
Davidson, who has been Bishop of (other corporation, aud the number
Winchester since 1895. and value of shares in each; the
1 amount of its own stock held by
Chilean Volcanoes In Action. t other corporations and the value
New York, Jan. 2. A cablegram thereof. at" te amount of stock in
to the Herald from Valparaiso, other corporations held in trust for
Chile, says: Reports received here !t or in which lt has ny interest
from the province of Llanguihtie!of anv sort directly or indirectly,
say that five volcanoes there are in
active eruption, but no damage has
yet been reported.
Pope Opposes Uuellug.
. , ,. . .
Rome, Jan, 2. Ihe Pope
about to issue an encyclical against corporations, joint stock companies
the practice of dueling. He will!0'' other associations; and that they
appeal to all Christian governments
to suppress the practice, which is
described as a survival of the Mid
Stop that cough j
We keep all the Standard
and best known cough reme
dies and we particularly reco
White Pine and
Tar Cough Balsam
It is excelled by 110 other
Cough remedy and is sold by
our own guarantee that it will
give satisfaction or your money
will be refunded.
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Publicity Provided for Individuals
Washington, January 2. Sena
tor Hoar has completed, and today
made public the anti-trust bill,
which he asked leave before the
SP"f t''jM"r',Pf' r' t'' holidays
" ti 'ii . T) r l...i jo.-. 1 1 t:ic
ioaiumiee on Judiciary, of which
SenatorHoar is chairman, The
first section of the measure declares
that the act shall not repeal or limit
anti-trust laws now on the statute
Section 3 provides: "That from
and after the 30th day of June,
1904, no corporation, joint stock
company or other association whose
stockholders are not personally
liable for their debts, created by
any State or Territory, shall engage
in commerce witli'Toreign nations
or among the several States, or
continue to carry on such commerce
unless it shall comply with the fol-
! lowing conditions:
"First It shall file a statement
in the office of the Interstate Com
merce Commission on or before
jbeptember 15, 1904,
lor before September
and shall on
15th in each
'year thereafter file a
j riie year si,0.vjne
! "Second The amount of
' Cnnital stock
"Third The market value of
."Fourth How much of the
same has been in full in cash, or, if
the same has not been paid in full
in cashi what has been
said corporation, joint stock com
pany or other association in lieu
thereof and the value of whatever
shall have been so received by it. '
"Fifth The names of all the offi
cers and directors and all agents
trusted with the management of its
specifying the corporations.
"Eighth An undertaking signed
by its officers, general manager and
directors. that they will comply with
! the Provis,0"s of this and all other
laws of the United States in the
simaniurement of the affairs nf ,?,!
I nrppnt tft nrni'ieimm nn.l linl,!!!.,.
of this act and the obligations by
it imposed so long as they shall
continue to hold or exercise said
offices or authority."