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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, . FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903.
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cities of the world.
Snecial attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends qf the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND UFE INSURANCE
AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIFE
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On Saturday, April 18, 1903, at 12
o'clock noon nt the office of E. I). Haiti win,
Ililo, Hawaii, will lie sold at Public Auc
tion, under special terms of cultivation
and improvements, an Island situate in
the Soutli branch of the lava flow of 1881,
in Knumaim, Ililo, containing 34.20 acres
more or less. Upset price f6.oo per acre.
l'or nlan mill further narticulars aunlv
.t the Public Lands OfT.ce, Honolulu, or
j at the office of E. D. Baldwin, Hilo.
I EDWARD S. I10YD,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
I Public Laud Office, March 16, 1903. 20-4
Sealed Tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until is
ui, of Thursday, April 30th, 1903, for con
structing a portion of the "P.thala to
Volcano House Road," Hawaii.
Plans and specifications on fife in offices
of the Superintendent of Pullio Works,
Honolulu; E. E. Richards, Agent Public
Works, Hilo, and in office of the Kau
Road Hoard, Kau, Hawaii.
The Superintendent reserve the right
to reject any and all bids.
HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works.
March 27, 1903. 22-3
Notice of Guardian's Sale
of Ileal Estate.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of an order of sale made aud en
tered by the Circuit Judge ol the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, in probate at Chambers, on the
31st day of March, A. D. 1903, in the
matter of the guardianship of Amelia
Akatt and Joseph Akau, minors, the un
dersigned guardian of the persons and
estates of said minors will sell at public
auction subject to the confirmation there
of of the said judge of the said Court an
undivided one-sixth of the following des
cribed real property situate in the Dis
trict of Hilo, Island and Territory of Ha
Beginning at an iron pipeat the South
west comer of this land, which point
referred to the Government triangulatiou
station Halai is N. 29 56' W. (true) 14-779
feet, the boundary runs by true bearings:
1. S. 76 38' E. 888.4 leet to an iron
2. N. 80 47' E. 878.5 feet to an iron
3. N. 71 59' E. 507.2 feet to an iron
4. N. 9 32' E. 558.7 feet to an iron
pipe on the north bank of small gully
and on inauka side of a 12 foot roadwoy.
.s. Thence down this irregular gully,
which forms the natural remaining south
ern boundary of this land, 2G11 feet to an
iron pipe in the centre of the gully aud
45 feet below a foot bridge marking the
most easterly corner of this land.
6. N. 1 5 58' W. 387.5 fret to the centre
of the ravine, which forms the natural
boundary along the entire length of this
7. Thence up this ravine 5852 feet to
an iron pipe in the centre of same, mark
ing the northwest corner of this land.
8. S. 9 41' E. 695.5 feet to the point of
beginning, Containing 75 and 18-100
Also the following described land sit
uate in the Town of Hilo, Island and
Territory of Hawaii, to-wit:
Beginning at the west corner of this
peicc on Church street, the coordinates
of which point are 2695.96 feet north aud
3376.69 leet east of Halai Trig. Sta., and
running by true bearings;
1. N. 59 15 E. 75 feet along Church
2. S. 34 30' 15- 87 fed-
3. S. 41 oo' W. 91 feet along (L. C, A.
4. N. 2640' W. 58 feet along Henry
5. N. 28 55' W. 57.7 feet along Henry
Hapai lot to point of beginning. Con
taining 8080 sci. feet.
Also the following described real prop
erty situate 011 Kukuau 2nd, Hilo, Island
and Territory of Hawaii, to-wit:
Beginning at the north corner of this,
which is the south comer of L. C, A, No.
234 B, to Kanauui, aud running thence:
S. 73 15' W. ui feet.
S. 21 40' W. 217 f-'-'t-
S. 66 15' E. 73 feet.
N. 8200' E. 154 feet.
N. 18 to E. m feet.
I N. 51 50' W. 178 feet to beginning.
I Said hale to be made on the 28th day
I of April, A. D. 1903, at 12 o'clock noon,
at tlie trout door 01 tue .oun iioue 111
the Town of Hilo. Island mid Territory
I of Hawaii, to the highest bidder for cash,
j''1 nl Vnn?' ' AnT
, EMILY P CONRADT,
Guardian of the persons and estates of
Amelia Akuu and Joseph Akau,
Dated Hilo, 31st day of March, 1903,
WISH & Ross.
Attorneys for Guardian. 22-4t
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to all persons
having claims against the estate of Hlgaki
Shozo, deceased, of Hilo, Hawaii, to pre
sent the same, duly authenticated, to the
undersigned, at the office of Wise & Ross,
attorneys, in Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., within
six months from the date hereof, or such
claims, If any, will be forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of Hlgaki
Hilo, April 3, 1903.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Estate. 22-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Prouatk At Ciiamdkrs.
In the matter of the Estate of MRS.
ELIZABETH KELIIILIHUNE K.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed the Adminis
trator of the estate of said deceased.
All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims, whether
secured by mortgage or otherwise, duly
verified and with vouchers, if nnv. to the
undersigued, at the office of the Clerk of
the Fourth Circuit Court, at Hilo, Ha
waii, T. II., within six months from the
date of this notice, or they will be forever
Hilo, Hawaii, March 31, 1903.
Wisit & Ross.
Attorneys for Administrator. 22-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii U. S. A.
In Prodatk At Ciiamdkrs.
In the matter of the estate of R. H.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of said deceased.
All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly
verified aud with their vouchers, if any,
to the undersigned or at the law offices of
Ridgway & Ridgway, at Hilo, Hawaii,
within six months front the date of this
notice, otherwise such claims, if any,
will be forever barred.
PAUL II. BARTELS,
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Estate.
Hilo, Hawaii, March 31, 1903. 22-4
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Volcano Stables and Trans
portation Co. was held in 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 auuual meeting of the Waiakca
Mill Co., held in Honolulu 011 the 21st of
March, 1903, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
President ...., Mr. F. M. Swanzy
Vice-President Mr. Alex. Young
Treasurer Mr. T. C. Davies
Secretary Mr. W. II. Boird
Auditor Mr. T. R. Keyworth
W. II. BAIRD,
Honolulu, 21st March, 1903. 21-3
Dissolution of Partner
The partnership for cultivation of
sugar cane at Piihouua, hitherto existing
between Ah Tai, Ah Ping and Ah Yuk is
hereby dissolved. All accounts agaiiibt
said partnership should be presented to
the undersigned for payment, and all
amounts due said partnership are payable
to the same.
21.4 AH TAI.
K.' of P7 Attention.
There will be a special meeting of Hilo
Lodge No. 7 on Tuesday, April 14, 1903.
at 7:30 p. in. All members are requested
to be present. Sojourning Knights in
uood standing are cordially invited to be
present. A good time is anticipated.
22-2 A. M. WILSON, C. C.
I will sell at public auction, Saturday,
Anril 11. at rooms 011 Church street ad
joining the Herald Office a quantity of
General Merchandise, Furniture, Dry
Goods and Groceries, These auction
bales will occur regularly every two
weeks. 1. it. kay,
On and ufter March 2, 1903, I will not
by my wife, Mary Kektiewa Kamakaono,
iim lkPui(aiiii. iui miij vuk hviuiu,ivu t
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
traded by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
This Hrnncli of Legislature
Would Broaden Measure.
Honolulu, March 28. The
county government act passed sec
ond reading in the House yester
day, with the adoption of the cotn
aiftee's report rccoratuendiug a
number of changes. This action
made possible the very speedy final
adoption of the bill as changed,
leaving the matter of amendments
to be thrashed out in conference be
tween the House and Senate.
J be principal tcaturc ot the a
mending of the bill lies in the trans
fer of the schools from the Terri
torial board to the counties, along
the line of the Kauai plan.
The county ol West Hawaii is
changed by the substitution of Ha
maktia for Kau, which goes to Bast
Hawaii, the county seat being
placed at Waimea instead of Kai
lua, and the name of the county be
ing made Kanaiaupuni. The pro
vision for the county seat of Kauai
is the same as for that on Maui.
The power to fill supervisorial
vacancies is taken from the Gover
nor and given to the remaining
members of the board. The provi
sion for "newspapers of general
circulation" for publication of no
tices is stricken out, and the provi
sion is made that books must be
audited once in six months.
The bonding privilege of the
counties is stricken out as well.
The deciding vote of the board is
placed at four-sevenths. The oath
for officers must contain the words
"the laws of the Territory," as well
as "United States." The sheriff is
made coroner ex-officio, and the
county clerk' is made recorder. In- '
stead of road boards, a road super
visor is provided.
The limit of exemption under the
income tax clause is $2,000.
The chapter bearing on fire arms
is stricken out, aud the tobacco li
cnse is made to read that the fee
for a business of $10,000 is $50; up
to $100,000, $100; to $500,000,
Ann. .. n t.nir hi;.. &mn i
,, uvu a ua ..., , w. g Went of t,,e y
The provision for district road ' . . .,,., r c..,:r, e r :-
. ... . packing concern of Swift & Co., is
supervisors is carried through the ' ,
bill in place of road boards ', siff was one 0f lhe men who
The sections giving the I erritory!raadeCh-cago He conceived the
cumrui ui nuiuui.i uiiu wnuivca, ui
schools and the Board of Health,
are stricken out entirely.
It is provided that the superin
tendent of water works shall receive
not more than $3,000, and the
water rates are made payable month-
It is provided that there shall be
set aside for the counties a total
amount of $725,000, of which the
division is as follows: Oahu, $520,
000; Kanaiaupuni, $45,000; Kast
Hawaii, $55,000; Maui, $60,000;
Kumalae opposed the new divis
ion of Hawaii counties, but other
wise was in favor of the report.
New Orleans, March 29. All ef
forts to close the crevasse which
has appeared in the levee at Lucy,
have so far failed. The crevasse
has widened to 450 feet aud the
area of the inundation is now very
great. The State Board has its en
tire force out along the levees and
every precaution is taken to prevent
further breaks. The river is now
I close to its record height and many
of the railroads entering this city
are tied up.
Greenville, Miss., March 29.
The river is still rising and the
suffering is increasing in proportion.
-Corhctt lloxlng Mutch.
San Francisco, Oil., March 30.
The Young Corbett-McGovern box
ing match will take place tomorrow
evening at the Mechanics' Pavilion.
There has been a record breaking
sale of seats. McGovern is the fa
vorite iu the betting at 10 to 8.
London, March ?9. The re
mains of General Sir Hector Mac
donald, who while on (his way to
England from Ceylon, to face a
courtmartial 01 a charge of immor
ality, committed suicide, hayc ar
rived at his home in Scotland.
Owing to the circumstances, al
though Macdouald was one of the
greatest English soldiers, no na
tional funeral will be held, and
Scotchmen arc indignant as they
believe such respect should have
been shown Macdouald because of
his work in the field against the
Boers. Few Scotchmen believe
that the charges against Macdonald
Sir Hector Macdonald fought his
way to high rank in the British
army only through his Scottish
energy and ability to stick to a
hard task. He started as a com
mon soldier and step by step ad
vanced himself to the position of
major general. He never married
He was a fine type of a man physi
cally and in the army was known
as a stern disciplinarian, the kind
of a man under whom Highland
soldiers loved to fight. In the Boer
war he performed valiant work for
the British aud as a result was
England's King and (Juccu.
.London, March 30. King Ed-
ward left for Portugal today to pay
a visit to King Carlos and Queen
Alexandra left for Copenhagen to
spend a few weeks with the Danish
On their return preparations will
be make for a visit to Ireland in
August aud it is believed that they
will have a great reception in that
country, owing to the repeal of
Crimes Act in many districts, aud
the work of Parliament toward se
I criE lands for the Irish peasantry.
Swift tho Packer Is Head.
Chicago, Jll., March 29. G. F.
idea of shipping fresh meats by rail
in cold stoiage cars. Swift & Co.,
is now one of the largest of Ameri
can meat packing concerns. Mr.
Swift was born at Cape Cod, Massa
chusetts, in 1839.
Devoted to Din.
City of Mexico, 29. As the cam
paign for the presidency continues
the feeling is running high. There
have been today great crowds in
the streets, the demonstrations be
ing in favor of the re-election of
Gen. Porfirio Diaz. There have
been several slight conflicts, in vari
ous quarters, between the partisans
of the president and his opponents,
but the control of the situation by
the police has been absolute.
Street Cnr Strikes Oh and On.
Tacoma, Vash., March 30. The
strike of street car men is now end
ing and the men are returning to
San Francisco, Cal., March 30.
The United Railways Company has
refused the demands of the unions
and a strike of carmen is likely.
New Record for ImmlgraiitK.
New York, March 29. A new
record for immigrants was made to
day. From the various liners ar
riving 4,565 persons landed at Ellis
island station. Their examination
will occupy several days.
Nicaragua Revolutionists Active.
Washington, D. C, March 30.
Information from Minister Merry
is to the effect that another revolu
tion in Nicaragua may break out
at any time.
Is for sale at your nearest store.
If it is not write to us, give us f
your storekeeper's name, and we
will scud you a sample bottle free.
There is no trouble that a horse
might have with It's legs, his feet
or the muscles of his back that
GREAT MOGUL will not relieve
We wouldn't dare to say this If
it were not true. You could prove
us wrong too easily.
PRICE, 6O0 Por Bottlo
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Sole Agents for Hawaii
Chlcr City Oniclals Under Indict
ment by Urnnd Jury.
Seattle, March 30. The 6raTu,
Jury today returned indictments
ugainst Mayor Humes and Chief of
Police. Sullivan for malfeasance iu
office; Police Judge George for
failure of duty, and Justice of the
Peace Cann, for extortion. The
charges against all of them involve'
violation of their oath of office, al
lowing brace games to be run in
gambling houses, and many petty
crimes, rilteen minor onicers aud
persons connected with the gam
bling joints were indicted at the
The indictment has caused no
sensation here as the Grand Jury
has been in session nearly two
months and has devoted most of its
time to an investigation into the
question of who was responsible for
allowing Seattle to run wide open.
The public expected the indictment.
Previously wholesale indictments
had been returned against many of
the keepers and attaches of the
gambling joints aud houses of ill
repute which have flourished under
the present regime.
Storm S vi cops Along Atlantic Coast.
Savannah, Ga., March 29. A
severe storm has swept the South
Atlantic coast and many fishermen
arc missing, about this city and the
formal Trenty Exchanges Tuesday.
Washington, D. C, March 29.
The formal exchanges of the rati
fication of the reciprocity treaty be
tween this country and Cuba will
take place tomorrow.
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Hrnuev Will He the Hercrce.
San Francisco, March 29. Eddie
Graney has been selected as the
referee of the McGovern-Young
Corbett boxing match.
San Francisco, Cal., March 26.
Sugar 96 deg. Centrifugals, 3.695
cents. Previous quotation, 3.70.
Beets, 88 analysis, 8s 2 i-2d.
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