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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1903.
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PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, April 18, 1903, at is
o'clock noon at the office of E. D. Ilaldwin,
IIilo, Hawaii, will bo sold at Public Auc
tion, under special terms of cultivation
and improvements, an Island situate in
the South branch of the lava flow of 18S1,
in Kallmann, IIilo, containing 24.20 acres
more or less. Upset price $6.00 per acre.
For plan and further particulars apply
at the Public Lauds Office, Honolulu, or
at the office of E. D. Ilaldwin, Hilo.
- EDWARD S. BOYD,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Public Land Office, March 16, 1903. 20-4
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Proiiatk At Chamuhks.
In the matter of the estate of LOUISE
J. A1U1EY, deceased.
The petition of Josephine Dcyo, ad
ministratrix of the above estate hav
ing been filed, wherein she asks that
her accounts be examined, approved and
allowed; that the heirs to the said estate
of Louise J. Abbey, deceased, may be
ascertained and declared, and that she
may be discharged as administratrix and
her bondsmen released from further lia
bility. It is ordered that Monday, the 6th day
of April, A.D. 1903, at 9 o'clock a.m., iu
the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court,
Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and pluce for hear
ing such petition and accounts, and that
all persons interested may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why such
petition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, March 4, 1903.
lly the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Ily Clms. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wisit & Ross.
Attorneys for Petitioner. 18-4
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Volcano Stables and Trans
portation Co. waB held iu Hilo on Satur
day, March 21, 1903. The following
officers were elected to serve for the year
C. C. Kennedy President
J. A. Scott Vice President
A. M. Wilson Secretary
J. J. Grace Treasurer
P. Peck Auditor
Directors E. N. Holmes and J. T.
Moir. A. M. WILSON,
Waiakca Mill Co.
At the mi mini meeting of the Waiakea
Mill Co., held iu Honolulu on the 21st of
March, 1903, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
President Mr. F. M. Swauzy
Vice-President Mr. Alex. Young
Trea&urer Mr. T. C. Davics
Secretary Mr. W. II. Ilainl
Auditor Mr. T. R. Keyworth
W. II. 11AIRD,
Honolulu, 2 1 st March, 1903. 21-3
Dissolution oi' Partner
ship. The partnership for cultivation of
sugar cane at Piihouua, hitherto existing
between Ah Tat, Ah Ping and Ah Yuk is
hereby dissolved. All accounts against
siid partnership should be presented to
the undersigned for payment, and all
amounts due said partnership arc payable
to the same.
21.4 AH TAI.
Saturday, March 21, at 2 o'clock 11. in.,
I at the auction rooms on Church street,
I next to Herald office, I will sell at auc
tion n lot of Dry Goods, Groceries, Fur
niture, etc., etc., etc.
I. E. RAY,
I A dividend of 4 per cent is now due
1 and payable to the stockholders of the L.
Turner Co., Ltd., IIilo, Hawaii.
, KEITH F. MACKIE,
I Hilo, March 4, 1903. 19.3
On and after March 2, 1903, I will not
be responsible for any debts contracted
by my wife, Mary Kekuewa Kamakaouo,
UEN. WOOD ACCUSED.
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Courts nntl Accepted Ilrlbcs.
Washington, D. C, March 22.
Another sensation has come out of
the American administration in
Cuba and this time it touched Gen
eral Leonard Wood, the bosom
friend of President Roosevelt, who
was the military governor up to the
time of the taking over of the gov
eminent by the Cuban Republic.
Special charges have been made
by Estes G. Rathbone, former Di
rector oi Ports of Cuba, that Gen.
Wood, while 'governor, used his
position to manipulate the Cuban
courts. He alleges tha,t the Gov
ernor forced the conviction of those
to whom he was opposed aud suc-t
ceeded also in securing the freedom
of those in whose interest he ex
erted his influence.
In addition to this charge the
allegation is made that Gcneial
Wood received gifts from gamblers,
iu return protecting them in the
carrying on of their business openly
iu the city of Havana.
General Wood who is still here
completing his report upon the con
duct of affairs in Cuba, denies all
and every charge and courts the
fullest investigation. Gen. Wood
is under orders for service in the
Philippines and should sail next
month but his departure may be
Estes G. Rathbone, Director
General of Port of Cuba, appointed
by Presideut McKinley, was con
victed with Neely and Reeves of
criminal irregularities and sentenced
to 10 years imprisonment and to
pay a fine of $35,324. Under the
general amnesty proclaimed by
President Palma he was released
last year and came home breathing
vengeance, He then directly
charged that he was made a scape
goat and that others used public
money to a greater extent than he
did. Since that time he has been
preparing for an attack on General
General Wood was charged in
congress with extravagance but no
inquiry was pushed. He was Colo
nel of the Rough Riders aud pro
moted to be Brigadier General for
gallantry, later being made Major
General of Volunteers aud then
Brigadier General of Regulars. It
is said he is Presideut Roosevelt's
candidate for Lieutenant General
commanding the army upon the
retirement of General Miles in Aug
Stnud by Castro.
Caracas, Venezuela, March 23.
The Congress of the republic has
unanimously refused to accept the
resignation of President Castro.
This is only a part of the vindica
tion required by the great leader,
but the resignation has had a more
far reaching effect even than per
haps he anticipated, for the an
nouncement comes today from Wil-
lemstad that, in view of the pro
posed abdication of Castro, revolu
tionist Matos, not be outdone in
generosity by his rival, has agreed
to keep the peace. And so there
may be a season of real rest for the
distracted South American state,
Jup Lubor for Canal.
Panama, March 23. The Japa
nese Commissioner of Industry,
Minikishi, who was sent here some
time ago by the Tokio government
to study the labor problem on the
isthmus as connected with the pro
posed, building of the canal by the
Americans, has sailed for home.
Before his departure he expressed
the belief that laborers from his
country would be sent to build the
canal, as Japan has the only supply
of laborers for that purpose that
could be depended upon to do the
PARDON FOR MRS. MAYHRICK.
American Woinnu In English Prison
Loudon, March 23. It is offici
ally announced that Mrs. Florence
Maybrick will be pardoned and
released rom prison in 1904. Per
sistent efforts have been made by
Ambassador Choate, Baroness dc
Roques, mother of Mrs. Maybrick,
and many others to secure this re
mission in sentence of the notorious
American woman who has served
In an English prison since 18S9.
In Liverpool, iu August, 1886.
after a trial of just one week, Mrs.
Florence Maybrick was convicted
of murder in the first degree and
was sentenced to death by Justice
Stephen. She was charged with
the wilful murder by poisoning of
her husband, James Maybrick, a
cotton broker iu that city. A fort
night later it was announced that
the sentence had been commuted to
oue of penal servitude for life and
since that date, although appeals
have been made for her release
successively to each new Home
Secretary, the woman has been
confined in prison with little pro
spect of getting out. Mrs. May
brick was a young American of re
spectable family, when nt eighteen
she was married to the middle-aged
cotton merchant. He was forty
two. They had two children with
in a few years afterward. They
lived in Liverpool. Maybrick died
on May nth. There were suspic
ions during his illness and after his
death a search was made of the
home for poisons, with a result
which soon led to Mrs. Maybrick's
On Mrs. Maybrick's conviction n
mob hooted both judge and jury
aud the clamor of the people was
so great that the sentence was com
muted. Clam llarton Resigns.
Washington, D. C, March 22.
Miss Clara Barton, for many years
head of the Red Cross Society,
which she has represented on battle
fields the world over and on occa
sions of great disasters throughout
the country, has resigned from the
Presidency and retired from the
management of the Society.
Miss Barton's resignation from
the Society has been expected for
some weeks. Charges were made
that she was retaining control of
the organization through arbitrary
methods, and over these she had a
little tilt with President Roosevelt.
Great Strike Impending.
Cripple Creek, Colorado, March
23. Labor troubles iu the mines
are again threatening to become
acute. The miners' unions are on
the verge of the greatest strike in
the the history of Colorado, it is
said, aud the mine owners, on their
part, arc talking of shut downs
which will mean that 5000 men
will be thrown out of employment.
This will precipitate a condition
such as obtained here when troops
had to be called out to keep peace
in tht mountain districts.
I'eaco for Uruguay.
Washington, Mar. 23. Admiral
Summer cables from Montevideo
that peace in the Republic of Urug
uay is now assured, as both sides
have made concessions looking to a
settlement of pending troubles.
This means the end of the revolu
tion that has distracted that coun
try for months past.
Rioting on Trinidad.
Kingston, Jatnnica, March 23.
It is reported from Port of Spain
that there has been serious rioting
on the island qf Trinidad. The
mob has tried to bum the govern
ment buikliugs, and the British
cruiser Pallas was compelled to laud
troops to preserve order.
CRISIS IN URITISH MINISTRY.
Chamberlain Mny Secure Premier
Loudon, March 22. It is freely
predicted that a crisis in the min
istr is imminent. The radical
measures of Balfour, the Brodrick
army measures, the Irish land bills
and other extreme legislation has
caused such a revulsion of feeling
that the Premier is expected to soon
see the impossibility of going on in
the struggle and so give it over.
The sentiment is almost unani
mous that iu the event of Baltour
stepping down Chamberlain will be
called upon to form a new ministry.
The Colonial Secretary was prom
inently mentioned for the premier
ship when Lord Salisbury retired
and it is believed he would under
take the formation of a ministry
Will Hold to Castro.
Caracas, Venezuela, March 22.
The resignation of President Castro
was called up in Congress here yes
terday and by an overwhelming
vote the representatives refused to
The President was then waited
upon by a deputation of his friends,
with members of both houses, and
the situation laid before him. He
declined absolutely to withdraw his
resignation and there the matter
London, March. 22. Euro'peau
political journals unite in express
ing the opinion that the resigna
tion of President Castro of Ven
ezuela is nothing more than a polit
ical move made to strengthen his
J position in the face of the revolu-
j tion at home.
Soufrlnro In Eruption.
Kingston, Jamaica, March 23.
Advices received here from Port of
Spain, Trinidad, report that Sou
friere volcano has again broken out
in violent eruption, the sound be
ing that of a bombardment. . The
heavens over the islands of Marti
nique and St. Vincent are darkened,
and people are fleeing from their
homes. People believe at last that
the islands are doomed to destruc
tion. Foreigners Put To Flight.
San Domingo, March 23. The
revolutionists today gained posses
sion of the city and instituted a
reign of terror with the rieex
cesses. Foreigners are fleeing for
protection. Many have been killed
and a very serious situation faces
the law-abiding classes.
Revolutionists Seize Sun Domingo.
San Domingo, March 23. The
revolutionists continued successful
in their campaign. They have
now taken possession of the city.
The foreign residents are fleeing.
Many have been killed. The sit
uation is undoubtedly very serious.
Mrs. llurdlck's Conressldn.
Buffalo, New York, March 23.
At the inquest today upon the body
of her murdered husband, Mrs.
Burdick confessed that for five years
she had sustained those relations
with Arthur R. Pennell of which
her husband had accused her.
Franco Looking Tovuird Kniing SI.
Shanghai, March 22. France
has servednotice upon China that
unless the disturbances iu the
Kwang Si province are suppressed
troops will be sent to occupy the
Uruguay Is nt Pence.
Montevideo, March 22, The
Revolution is at an end. The forces
of the government proved too strong
ami beat back the rebels after they
had made their way to the very
gates of the city.
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ROOT WONT ACT.
Coiilldfwrcb lu General Yfood Like a
Wall or Adamant.
Washington, D. C, March 23.
Secretary of War Root has refused
to take action against General
Leonard Wood on account of the
charges of corruption made by E.
G. Rathbone. Root claims that
the charges arc without foundation
and made merely for personal and
Tho Chinese Fund.
Honolulu, March 23. The Judi
ciary Committee, to whom was re
ferred the message ot the Governor
in relation to the care and custody
of the so-called Chinese Fund, beg
leave to report that they believe
this fund should be kept separate
and apart from the funds of the
Territory or of the counties. We
believe thf money should be
deposited somewhere upon terms
aud security to be agreed upon.
We think that a trustee, under
Bonds, ot the fund, should be ap
pointed who shall have the control
and paying out of the fund for the
return of those Chinese to China,
whose money was deposited in the
Postal Savings Bank. This money
does not belong to the Territory;
the Territory has control of it simp
ly as trustee of the Chinese for
whose benefit it was originally de
posited. We submit an Act to cover that
Ex-(ueen En Route.
Washington, D. C, March 23.
Liliuokalaui, the former queen of
the Hawaiian Islands, left Wash
ington today and is en route to her
home in Honolulu. She was a
visitor in Washington during the
session of the last Congress as the
matter of compensation for her
from the United States government
was give.i consideration by the
Slaughter or tho Innocents.
Fiskedale, Mass., March 23.
Louise Burke killed four children
here today, and then committed
suicide. It is supposed she was
Street Curs Tied Up.
Tacoma, March 23. -All the
street car employees in this city
went on a strike today, and every
line iu the city is tied up.
Flood Peril Over.
Memphis, March 23. The river
is falling fast, and all danger of a
flood is believed to be over for the
San Francisco, Cal., March 17.
Professor A. Koebele, representing
the Hawaiian Government, who
recently returned from Mexico,
claims to have discovered an insect
which will destroy Iantana. This
was the special obiect of Professor
I Koebele's trip.