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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1903.
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KKAIi ESTATE, ETC.
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? Real Estate
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NOTICK Neither the Mnstcrs nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for nuy debts con
trnctcd by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. a4
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, United Slates
In the matter of the Estate or JOHN
KANE of Pnhoa, Puna.
Petition having been filed by J. Hol
land of Puna, praying that letters of ad
ministration upon said estate be issued to
Tlios. C. Ridgway, of Hilo, Hawaii,
Notice is hereby given that Monday,
the and day of February, A. D. 1903, Ht
9 o'clock a. 111., be and hereby is ap
pointed lor hearing said petition in the
Court Room of this Court, nt South Hilo,
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.
Iiy tlic court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
RlDCWAY & RlDOWAY.
Attorneys for Petitioner. 10-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth C'.'cult
Territory of Hawaii U. S. A.
IN l'ROUATH AT ClIAMUICKS.
In the matter of the estate of CHARLES
E. RICHARDSON, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the last
will and testament of said deceased has
been admitted to nrobatcaud the under
signed confirmed as the executors thereof.
All creditors 01 said deceased are Here
by notified to present their claims duly
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, if
any, will be forever barred.
C. C. KENNEDY,
A'. E. SUTTON.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 8, 1903.
WlSK & Ross.
Attorneys for the Estate. 11-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Cou.-t of the Fourth Circuit,
Island and Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkoiiatk AT Chamiii'.rs.
In the matter of the Estate of RAM ALII
WAHINE (w.) of Vuumoi, Hilo, Ha
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
or the estate of said deceased.
All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly
verified and with proper vouchers, if any,
to the undersigned, at Hilo, Hawaii,
within six months from the date of this
notice, otherwise such claims, if ony,
will be forever barred.
D. I. WAII.ANI,
Administrator ol Kaiiialilwahiuc, i'c-
Hilo. Hawaii, Jan. 19, 1903. 12-4
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., will
be held at the office of the Company,
Hilo, Hawaii, on Saturday, January 31st, '
I93i t 3 o'clock, p. in., for the purpose
ofelectint! officers for the ensuing year
and the transaction of such other business
as may properly be brought before the
W. T. BALDING,
1 1.3 Secretary.
School Warrant Lost.
Treasury Warrant 9951. for Eighty-four
Dollars, payable to Miss A. A. McCord,
dated December 31, 1902, is lost. All
people ure warned against negotiating
the same. If found please return to the
MISS A. A. McCORD.
Teacher Haaheo School, Hilo.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1903.
We lx.'L' to advise the trade that I. E
J. A. M. JOHNSON & CO. I.Tli.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 16. 1903.
At reasonable prices Sugar Coolers
5x6$ feet by ! inches', Two Smoke
Stacks 55 inches iliutiftur by 100 feet,
each. For particulars Inquire at I'epet
keo Sugar Co.'s Office, or Then. H.
D.ivies & Co,, Honolulu. 13-4
HOWES IX WASHINUTON.
II. S. Mnr Nnmc Commission to Ail
Brussels, Jan. 25. It is believed
here that the entire Vevcztiela ques
tion will be settled very soon. The
opinion is expressed that the United
States will be asked to name a com
mission to administer the customs
of the country until the idetnnily
finally fixed has been paid.
Washiiicton. D. C. Jan. 25. A
long conference was held today be
tween Minister Bowen nnd British
Ambassador Herbert. The entire
question was reviewed and after the
close of the consultation Mr. Uowen
expressed highly optimistic views
as to the speedy reaching of a plan
for a settlement.
Maracaibo, Jon. 25. There has
bcn no further bombardment of
the fort at San Carlos. The Pan
ther still lies outside the entrance !
to the gulf, and is maintaining the
Particulars of the bombardment
of San Carlos by Coast files add a
few details. At the time no rea
son for the bombardment was ap
parent as the, Panther began firing
as soon as the guns were brought
to bear, and the impression was
that this was part of the program
to reduce the fort before Mr. Bow
en reached Washington. Gen
Bello, who was in command of the
fort, had only two guns, but in the
first action landed on the Panther
The fort is twenty miles from
MaracaiLo at the entrance to the
gulf an,d the blockade station is
twenty miles further away. None
of the files tell of any allegation
that mails were delayed as the first
cause of the bombardment.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 25. Former
Senator Kdward O. Wolcott, who
was a candidate for re-election but
was beaten by Senator Teller, docs
not approve of the suggestion that
a contest be made. He today ad
vised the Republican leaders that
they accept the situation.
Portland, Ore., Jan. 25. Floods
in the Willamette today caused the
wrecking of the. Atlantic Kxpress
on the Northern Pacific railro d.
Two passengers were killed. The
railroad tracks were washed out for
a long distance.
Rome, Jan. 25. Seven craters of
the volcano on the island of Strom
boli, thirty miles west of the Italian
province of Calabria, in the Medi
terranean, are again in violent
eruption. Ashes have settled over
the sea for-miles around.
Port Townsend, Wash., Jan. 25.
The over due steamer Dawson
City from Lynn Canal ports, bring
ing passengers and treasure from
the Southern Alaskan Ports, arrived
San Francisco, Jan. 26. Flour
has advanced in price twenty cents
Holyhead, Jan. 26. An Ameri
can liner, name unknown, is ashore
on the coast of Wales. Heavy seas
are breaking over her. A portion
of the crew are ashore but the re
mainder of the crew and passengers
are unable to land. The reports of
the disaster arc meager. They
may have been brought to Holy
head by some of the mail packets
which run from that point to
Queenstown and other Irish ports
or may been cabled from the Fast
marks the entrance to the Irish sea
from the Atlantic. The Welsh
coast is some distance south of
New Orleans, La., Jan. 26.
White people have served notice on
the postmasters at Jackson and iu
Lincoln Co., Miss., to discontinue
the employment of negro mail carriers.
Thf 'Affair Cnuics UiiPiislness
New York, Jan. 19. A cable to
the Herald from Maracaibo, Vene
zuela, says: The German attack
on the San Carlos fort at Maracaibo
was premeditated. On the morn
ing of January 17th the German
gunboat Panther sent three boat
loads of men to rcconnoiterthc fort.
The Panther forced an entrance at
noon and attacked immediately.
The 'fort replied and fired 117 shots.
Several of them hit the mark, for
the Panther turned about and re
passed the bar at 6 o'clock in the
evening. She again took up her
position on the blockade, twenty
miles from the fort. During the
attack four Venezuelans were bad
ly wounded and ten slightly. The
fort was little damaged.
The reports of the German gun
boat at the time of the engagement
was trying to force the entrance of
the. lake in order to capture the
Vevczuelan gunboat Miranda,
which is in hiding there, are gene
rally believed here. The Venezue
lan Government has given out a
statement to this effect.
Maracaibo (Venezuela), Jan. 19.
There is no communication be
tween Maracaibo and the fort of
Sau Carlos, which was sh .'lied on
Saturday by the German cruiser
Panther and which returned the
fire, with the result that the war
ship retreated in the direction of
Berlin, Jan. 19. The Navy De
partment has not received any offi
cial advices regarding the bombard
ment of Fort San Carlos, at the en
trance to Lake Maracaibo, by the
German cruiser Panther on Satur
day, and is unable to either confirm
or deny the press dispatches. TheJ
officials say, however, assuming
that something in the way of a
bombardment took place, no orders
were sent from Berlin. Whatever
was done was the result of the ini
tiativeof thecommauder on the spot,
in whose discretion the conduct of
the blockade was left.
Mitchell Require HoihIh.
Washington, Jan. 20. Senator
Mitchell's bill for the amendment
of Hawaii's Organic Act provides
that persons twenty-five years of
age and of one year's residence in
Hawaii arc eligible to membership
iu the Territorial House of Repre
sentatives and the Senate.
The Governor and Secretary of
the Territory may be appointed
from citizens in the States or the
The Treasurer's bond is placed
at $200,000, the Superintendent of
Public Works' at half that amount.
The bonds of the Auditor and
Deputy Auditor are placed at $50, -
The President is given authority
to fill vacancies on the Supreme
Bench iu case any member is dis
qualified. Appeals from the Terri
torial Supreme Court to the Federal
Supreme Court are provided for.
Citstelhiiin U Again Klected.
Paris, Jan. 25. After an excit
ing contest Count Boni de Castel
lane has again besn re-elected to
the French Chamber of Deputies to
represent the district of Basses
The Count was thrown out of
Le Chamber of Deputies on No-
vemuer 7111 011 ennrges uiai ue nau
been guilty of irregularities, by
buying the election and practicing
charity for election purposes.
Annie Gould's husband now de
clares that the new election has
vindicated him. He proposes to
make things lively for Deputy
Unfile Chauviu and others who bit
terly opposed his election.
A Tourist (Joes Into Kcstncy
"Neither California nor 1;
is in it for a minute with Haw
said John Uweu, ot l.olonuto, a
wealthy mine owner whose home
is at Idaho Springs, on the slopes
of the Rockies. Mr. Owen, who is
largely interested iu the mines at
Cripple Creek and all the region
around about there, has traveled
extensively on the mainland of the
United States, and has found at last
the perfect resting place from the
cares of business which he has
sought for a long time.
"Why this place," he said, "is
absolutely perfection. There is
nothing like it anywhere, that I
have seen. I cannot understand
why more is not done to attract
tourist travel. There is every, pos
sible attraction, in climate and
scenery to draw travel. It is dif
ferent from anything on the main
Isnd, and charmingly different.
Even the s'tcamer trip is an added
attraction, for it rests a man and
the air of the sea is a life-giving air.
And then, when you get there,
when you find this soft, delightful
atmosphere and this wealth of tropi
cal trees and flowers and this pleas
ant, hospitable people iu a laud far
removed from the hurry and bustle
of business, when the busy man
finds that he can get away from his
cares so far that it will hardly pay
to call them back by wire and when
letters cannot reach him every two
or three hours, assuredly he can
find 110 spot in which he can rest
better, building himself up for a
renewal of the struggle.
v-ertatmy mere snotiiu ic a
great future for this place, if only
as a resort for tourists. The more
I see of it, the more I am charmed
with it, and I assure you it, is the
place for my money, hereafter. I
intend, moreover, to tell my friends
about it when I go home. The
trouble with Hawaii, it seems to
me, is that there is a lack of accu
rate information abroad concerning
its climate and its attractions as a
resort. The peculiar charm of the
place has not been made known.
When that is better understood, I
think a large share of the tourist
travel must come this way."
Rynu to the Rescue.
Mountain Virw, Jan. 20, 1903.
Editor Triiiunm: You ought
to publish the enclosed clipping,
that Sheriff Andrews may see the
desirability of procuring the stat
utes and court decisions from Pago
Pago. (The clipping was too long).
Thus armed with authorities he
j can stand off the legal talent of
j Hilo. I like to see fair play and
1 not let the whole town jump on
, Upon examination, lawyer Ross
will find that the sections of the
criminal laws of Hawaii relating to
a person "hauled up" to give bonds
to keep the peace, must prove that
he is innocent or be incarcerated in
Andrews Bastile. I know how it
is, I was there myself.
F. J. RYAN.
San Francisco, Jan. 26. The
commercial bodies of this city have
appointed a committee to take ac
tion about the reports concerning
bubonic plague in Sau Francisco.
San Francisco, Jan. 26. Con
tinuous rains in Southern Oregon
and Northern California have
caused great washouts. There is
much delay in travel.
La Guayra, Jan. 26. A British
naval officer .says it is the intention
01 the allies to raise the Vevczuelan
blockade on Wednesday.
Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. 26.
The engagement is announced of
Miss M. Augie Graluuu to Prince
Yi, heir to the Corean throne.
t, PAEAIMSK OF PACIFIC.
For Ice Crenin. Cakep, Pud
dinj!8, Piictry, fin , wo hIiho-lutt-ly
uitii riiniff our Lemon
to pon--m the pure, noli fra
grHiien of thi) living fruit, mid
to Iih Hlnmgfr nnd hHlur limn
any ynu lmve tmeil before.
Qet 11 Fumple mill have you
cook try it.
5 The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
f Hilo, Hawaii
Cooper Succeeds Sloggctt on llourd .
Honolulu, Jan. 22. Dr. C. B.
Cooper was yesterday unanimously
elected by the Board of Health to
succeed President Sloggett. The
choice was a matter of considerable
surprise ds it was supposed that the
mantle would fall upon the shoul
ders of Dr. Moore. Just prior to
tne meeting, However, tue com
bined efforts of the remaining mem
bers of the Board compelled Dr.
Cooper to consider his declination
and after much argument he agreed
to accept. At the opening of the
meeting K. A. Mott-Smith took the
chair, and Dr. Moore placed the
name of Dr. Cooper in nomination.
It was immediately seconded by .
Mr. Robertson and the vote was by
Upon taking his office Dr. Cooper
said that he accepted the position
only under pressure and that tak
ing only selfish reasons into con
sideration he could not take it.
"The last Board had a great
crisis to face for two years, and
while I do not wish to throw bou
quets at ourselves, I think we can
congratulate ourselves that
commerce has not
and the internal welfare of the
country has not been threatened.
"It will be my policy to continue
on the same lines laid out by my
predecessor and I thank you for the
confidence reposed in me. I wished
to remain only a member of the
Board and would have liked to see
Dr. Moore accept the honor. It
will be no easy matter to make the
record of my predecessor."
Attorney General Dole then arose
and stated that as it would probably
be his last meeting, he wished to
express his appreciation, of the
cordial good will and fellowship
which had always existed between
He referred to the criticism in
the press of the President two years
ago and said that he had been sub
jected to the same sort of criticism
j from a portion of the press. He
I said he had tried to do what was
j right and that if a man was unjustly
1 censured he would stand for what
I he was worth at the end. He re
ferred also to causes of a personal
nature which had made the past
year one of disappointment and it
uny have affected his work, but
said that he had always tried to be
a fearless, conscientious public ser
vant. New York, Jan. 26. Under
takers of Jersey City have black-
1 listen 4y iiiiuiues, no meuiDers 01
which may be buried until they
'pay for funerals previously con-
ducted and not settled for.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 26. Colo
rado has been penetrated by wild
I camels trom the Arizona desert,
descendants of the herd placed there
by the Government over fifty years