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In the Circuit Court of the.Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
IN 1'ROItATK At Ciiamiwrs.
In the matter of the Estate of DAVID
KAMAI, deceased, of Hilo, Hawaii,
A victltiou havimr been filed bv Mary
Jvnnunun. n (inni!iiier 01 me nam iaviu
Kuinai. prayiiiK that Henry Vicars, of
Hilo, Hawaii, T. H., be appointed Ad-
tuiuistrator of said estate,
Notice is hereby given, that Tuesday
,,. . n,i, ,inv ,,f Mnv a I) tool at o
lM 9" "" "' lav, A u) IQ3 nl 9
o'clock n. til., bf nnd hereby is, appointed
t)le tju)e for hearing said petition, ill the
Com t room of this Court, at Hilo. Ha-
waii, at which time and place all persons
concerned inav ntwear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
not lie granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, April 15, 1903.
By the Court.
'DANIEL PORTER. Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for petitioner. 34-3
III the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
IN 1'ROIlATIt AT ClIAMllKKS.
In the matter of the Kstntc of 1. H.
The petition and accounts of the Ad
ministratrix of the estate of said deceased
haviug been filed, wherein she nsks that
her accounts tunv be examined nnd nn-
proved, nnd that a final order be made of
Uisillullliuu Ul lilt: luuiicik iciuaiiuu iit
her hands, to the persons entitled thereto;
.l.n, .t.i. Iia!.e nf o.I.l nfUIn ..in. 1ij nc1.
taincd and declared, and discharging her
from all further responsibility of such
It is ordered that Tuesday, the 26th
day of May, A. I). 1903, at 9 o'clock a. m.,
at the Court room of this Court, at South
Hilo. Hawaii, be and the same is hereby
appointed as the time and place for hear
ing said petition and nccounts, and that
all persons iiitcrestcdimay then and there
appear and show cause. If any they have,
why the same should not be granted.
Hilo. Hawaii, April 15, 190.V
By the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
I.kBlond & Smith,
Attorneys for petitioner. 34-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Third Circuit
Territory of Hawaii U. S. A.
In Probatij At Chamiikrs.
In the matter of the cstnte of K. M.
MOSES HU. deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of said deceased.
All creditors of said estate arc hereby
notified to present their claims duly veri
fied nnd with their vouchers, if any, to
the undersigned, William Hu, Kailua,
Hawaii, or at the law ofilce of J. M.
Vivas, Honolulu, Hawaii, within six
months from the date of this notice,
otherwise such claims, if any, will he
Knilua, Kona, Hawaii, April 39. 1903.
J. M. Vivas,
Attorney tor ustnte. 30-4
Mortgagee's Notice of In
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the power of sale contained in tlint
certain mortgage dated June 33, 189S,
made by Maria G. Aflbuso of Knilua,
North Konn, Island of Hawaii, ns Mort
gagor, to me, Mary Isabella Brown
(widow), of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, ns
Mortgagee, and of record in liber 180, on
pages 133 and 133 Hawaiian Registry of
Conveyances, I, the said Mary Isabella
Brown, intend to foreclose the said mort
gage for condition broken, to-wit: the
nou-pnymcul of principal mid interest
Notice is likewise given that the prop
erty conveyed by the said mortgage will
be told at public unction at the auction
rooms of James V. Morgan, Queen street,
Honolulu aforesaid, 011 Saturday, the 9th
day of May, 1903, nt is o'clock noon.
The property covered by the said niort
gage nnd to be sold ns nlovc consists of:
AH that certain tract, piece or parcel
of laud situate nt Hiaualoli, North Kona,
Island of Hawaii nfores.iid,coutaiiilug
an urea of 96 acres, and being the same
premises described in Royal Patent
(Grant) No. 1753, and the tiaiuc premises
that were conveyed to tile said flinria u.
Affouso by deed of J. K. Nalinle, Duputy
Sheriff of said Nortli Kona, by deed dated
February 33rd. 1895. nnd recorded in the
siid Registry of Conveyances iu liber
153, on page 367;
and further confirmed
to the said J
Maria G. Affouso by Decree
of Indue S. L. Austin, Circuit Judge of
the Third Circuit, in the suit entitled
"Muriu G. Aflbuso et ul vs. E. K. Knalu
waitinkn et nl, bill to caticel deed and re
move cloud from title," which said dc
crce is dated June I7 i896-
MARY I. BROWN,
By her attorney iu fact, J. O. Carter,
Terms: Cash, United States Gold
Coin; deeds nt the expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Holmes
it Stanley, attorneys for Mortgagee,
Dated, Honolulu, April 11, 1903. 34-4
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention of Foreclosure
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
the power of sale contained in that cer
tain mortgage dated June 16, i8a8,-made
by Mnnocl Simns of Kailua, North Koiin.
Island of Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to me
the undersigned, William O. Brash, of
Honolulu, Island o! Oahu, ns Mortgagee,
and of rcc.oril.in liber 180, on pages 86
and 87 Hawaiian Registry of .Convey
ances, I, the said William G, Brash,
intend to foreclose the said mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment
of principal and interest when due.
Notice is likewise given thut the prop
erty conveyed by the said mortgage will
be sold at public auction at the auction
rooms ol lames l'. Morgan, uueen street
Honolulu aforesaid, on Saturday, the 9th 1
day of May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon.
The Property covered by the said mort
gage and to be sold ns above consists of:
All that certnin undivided one fourth
part, share or interest of, in and to nil
those certain premises containing an area
of twenty-five acres situate at Laula, Ho
lualoa, North Kona, Hawaii, mentioned
or descrilcd In Royal l'atcnt (Grant) No.
I5Q2, conveyed to the Mortgagor by
Thomas Silva by deed, dated January
16U1, 1894, ami recorded In liber 14s, on
pige 104 in the said Registry?:,.. .,
Terms: Cash, United States Gold
Coin; deeds at the expense of purchaser.
For further particulnrs"npply to Holmes
& Stnnley, attorneys for Mortgagee.
Dated, Honolulu, April n, 1903. 34-4
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention to Foreclose ;
and of Sale, y
In accordance with the provisions of a
certain mortgage made by Haua Malaea
(wi and Ah Gock. her husband, of Wai-
pio, Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, to the
pacific Sugar Mill, a corporation, dated
October soth, A. D. 1 1899, and recorded
in the office of the Registrar of Convey
nuces In Honolulu, II. T., in Liber 199,
on pages 334 to 336: notice is hereby
given that the said Pacific Sugar Mill,
mortgagee, intends to foreclose the said
mortgage for condition broken, to wit,
11011 payment of the principal sum nnd
Interest thereon when due.
Notice is also hereby giveu that the
property covered by said mortgage -will
be sold at public auction to the highest
didder at the Court House in Houokaa,
in said Hamakua, Hawaii, on Saturday,
the 16th day of May, A. D. 1903, at 13
The property covered by said mortgage
is described ns follows: All that certain
piece or parcel of land situate in Wnl
pio, in said Hamakua, and being the
premises described iu Apaua 1, or R. P.
No. 4949, L. C. A. 9S39, ami containing
1 15-1000 of nn acre.
THE PACIl'IC SUGAR MILL,
By its attorney, Charles Williams.
Terms, Cash; deeds nt expense of pur
chaser. I ''or further particulars apply to
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Honokaa, Hawaii, April 18, 1903., 35-3
Iloolaha Hooko o ka Mo
rale! a, me kc Kuiii.
I kulike ni me kn hooko ana o kekahl
moraki i liana ia e liana Malaea (w) a
tuc Ah Gock, kona kane mare, o Wniplo,
Hamakua, Mokupuni o Hawaii, ia ka
Pacific Sugar Mill, he Hui I kukuluin, ka
men pna moraki, i liana ia ma ka la so o
Okatoba, M. II. 1899, a i kaknu kopc ia
tun kn Kecua Knkau Kopc inn Honolulu,
H. T., Buke 199, nono 334 a 336: ke Iloo
laha la aku nei ka lohe ke makemake kn
Pacific Sugar Mill I oleloia, e hooko aku
i ua mornki la, no ka tihaki ia o ka
aelike, oia ka hookaa ole iu ka kumupaa
a tuc ka uku pa nee i kn wa e hookaa ni.
Kc Iloolaha ia aku nei ka lohe i ua men
apau, o ka waiwai I pna inaloko o ua mo
raki In, e kuni ia aku ana ma ke kudala
akea ma ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Houo
kaa, Hamakua, ma ka 1'onono la 16 o
Mel, II. M. 1903, horn 12 awnkca.
O ka waiwai 1 paa maloko e ua moraki
la penei kc kuhikuhi ana, o kela apana
alna apau c wailio la ma Wat pio, Hama
kua, n oia ka Apana 1, i holkc ia ma ka
Palapala Sila Nui 4949, Kuleaun hclu
9839, 11011a ka Hi he 115-1000 eka.
PACIFIC SUGAR MILL.
Mea paa Moraki.
Ma o kona Loio, Charles Williams,
Dala Kuikc. Ka uku haua palapala I
ka mea e lilo ui.
Houokftn, Hawaii, April 18, 1903. 35-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Iu the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM
L. ROSE, deceased.
, ,", . f, h' annoil.
; ?V'$ "f iast wll and tesTa
.ri '" "J ,1
Notice is hereby given that the under-
testnment of Wll-
ill, uuiuuiiiui Dt,i.t vi.v..a.it(i,u uvicuy
notified to present their claims, whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified nnd
with proper vouchers, if any, to the uiu"
dersigucd at the office of Smith & Par-
sous, attorneys for suid Executrix, in
Hilo. Island uud Territory of Ilnwaifj
within tix months from the date of this
notice, or such claims, if any, will he for
Executrix of the lust will "and testament
of William L. Rose, deceased.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, April 10, 1903.
Smith & Pausons
Attorneys for said Executrix. 33-4
COLD STOEAUE 1IEEE.
Uencrnl Miles WmiIh Lire Cnttto
Shipped to the Philippines.
Washington, April 27. In his
report upon the condition of the
army in the Philippines, based up
on his recent tour of observation,
in these islands, General Miles re
commends the shipment of live beef
and mutton to Manila for the use
of the arsay. The supply, hitherto
and since the time of Dewy who
inaugurated the practice when he
was in practical control of the situa
'vto . . ,, , , . .
ugn mere iouowiug ms victory uver
the Spaniards, has been obtained
in cold storage ship's from Australia,
nnd the meat has always been of
the best possible quality. In all
the campaigns in the Philippines
the American troops have been led
in .this way, the ships bringing the
m?at to the hsfrbor of Manila .and
lying there, as a rule, until the
supply brought lias been consumed,
when they would return to the
colony ports for a fresh supply. It
was this cold storage meat that
saved the army, practically, during
the Spanish war, Dewey permitting
the troops to be supplied from the
navy stores. Miles would change
all this, his contention being that
the constant feeding of men upon
cold storage meat is not healthful.
General Miles furthermore advo-
cates thc.transfer of
not less than
7,500 men from the Philippines to
the jpuited States yearly, as a pre
caution against the danger of too
long service in the tropics.
RUSSIA MAKES MOVE.
7(ot Krucunto the Province
Unless China Cedes.
Peking, April 23. Russia de
mands that China shall practically
cede Manchuria to her; otherwise
she will not evacuate it.
Yokohama, April 23. Three
Japanese warships have been or
dered to Newchwang, Manchuria.
Japan is excited and combative
over Russia's demand for Man
churia and thinks that it will have
the support, in any contingency
which may arise, of England and
Mysterious Trngedy In Los Angeles
Ios Angeles, Cnl April 27.
Today the body of George Miles,
manager of the local loan company
and one of the best known' men iu
the city was found in nn empty
house in the outskirts of town.
The man's hands had been tied to
gether and his skull was crushed
in. He has been missing for six
days from his place of business, and
not a little excitement has been
caused by that fact, as all kinds of
rumors have filled the city.
It is the theory of the police that
Miles was enticed to the place
where his body was found by thugs
for the purpose of robbery. This is
the third crime of this class that
has been committed in Ios Angeles
within the past three months.
Russia Disclaims Evil Intent.
St. Petersburg, April 27. Offi
cial denial is made from the foreign
office of the statements that Russia
has demanded the closure of the
ports of Manchuria to the commerce
of other nations, or the exclusion
of foreigners from the province.
Neither, it is said, does Russia de
sire the acquisition of exclusive
telegraphic franchise iu Manchuria.
Leo's Long Kelirn.
Rome, April 27. Despite the
Papal prophecy that no Pope should
live to see the years of Peter as
head of the Roman Catholic church,
Pope Leo XI PI will tomorrow ex
ceed by a few days the long reign
of twenty-five years of the first
famous St. Peter. It is declared
now that the health of the Pope is
trood and that his chances for
I longer life are bright.
LEGISLATURE LAST DAY.
A Volume of Work Is Left Umlouo
, ns Usual.
Honolulu, April 28. Hawaii's'
second legislature will enter upon
its last day of the regular session
today. The Senate is fairly well
along with its work, but the House
has a deal of work to do, and im
portant work at that. The most
necessary measure is that which
provides for the appropriations un
der the loan bill, the act having
passed the Senate and second read
ing in the House last night. Its
fate is in doubt as is that of the
County amendments measure.
In addition to these there are
some 25 Senate bills which are be
fore the House on third reading.
Among these are the' Kona-Kau
railroad franchise, census law
amendments, on attachments and
garnishments, exemption of per
sonal property from attachments,
on writs of habeas corpus, trial by
referees, corporation and partner
ship laws, vaccination, Hilo High
School and Fire Department, Kero
sene Oil inspection, Bonds for Pub
lic Officers, Protection from Ex
plosives, Gambling, Foreign Cor
porations and to reorganize the Ju
diciary. The closiug scenes of the House
session displayed no unanimity
whatever. The Long bill had in it
the Pauoa purchase section and
this brought about a fight which
was not without bitterness and
when the amendments of the Sen
ate were concurred in, with a ma
jority of the Oahu members voting
against it the last chance of har
mony vanished. It was reasonably
: certain before that an extension
might be granted, but it seems just
as sure now that a request for ex
tra time would not receive the
unanimous vote of either House,
The session today promises to be
interesting at least.
Religious Rioting In Franco.
Paris, France, April 27. There
have been serious riots and dis
orders in the country districts ow
ing to the enforcement of the terms
of the Associations Act against
those religious congregations and
schools which have not thus far
complied with the provisions of the
act. Many monks have been ar
rested in monasteries that have not
secured authorization trom the gov
ernment and the enemies of the
Combes ministry are encouraging
the disorders iu order to cause a
crisis in the ministerial situation.
Omaha's Welcome to Roosevelt.
Omaha, Nebraska, April 27.
Fifty thousand people greeted Pres
ident Roosevelt's special train upon
its arrival here today, and never in
the history of the city has its en
thusiasm been so stirred. There
was a great procession through the
streets tonight, with the glare of
torches aud the music of many
bauds, and a banquet nt which ten
thousand covers were laid was ad
dressed by the President upon the
issues of the day.
Louhot Honored in Tunis.
Tunis, April 27. President
Lotibet crossed from the Algerian
capital to Tunis today uud the peo
ple of this city gave him a mag
nificent reception. There was a
big review of the" native troops.
There are a large number of foreign
warships in the Hay of Tunis nnd
these have fired a salute iu the
Washington, D. C, April 23.
Assistant Postmaster General Tyner
has been removed summarily, ow
ing to the postal scandal. His wife
abstracted official papers from the
office safe but the Government has
J recovered them.
Many who read this advertisement
have never seen any PURE
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pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper and a lot of roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal to any
one. Our PEPPER comes in
15c, 35c, 40c and 75c tins, aud it
will be a lesson to you to try a tin
of it and learn how little you have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
In future advertisements we will
speak of Red Pepper, White
le we d
per, English Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allspice, etc. In the meantime
want to show you the goods at our
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MUNICIPAL HILL VETOED.
Governor Dole Ulvcs Reasons for
Turnlinr It Down.
Governor Dole this morning
vetoed the municipal government
act, sending to the Legislature a
message iu which he pointed out
many defects in the law, also some
conflicts with the Organic Act, The
first features objected to is that
which provides for a set of city
police justices who are to have the
same jurisdiction as the territorial
district magistrates and may try
certain cases without a jury:
"It is not easy to forecast the
confusion and conflict of authority
that would be likely to arise from
such legislation. With District
Magistrates as County and Terri
torial officers still exercising their
authority, and County police acting
under the County law, the unseem
ly competition between the County
and City officials that would inevi
tably arise, for arresting and trying
offenders against Territorial laws
and turning the fines and costs into
the respective treasuries from which
such officers are paid, and for con
trolling the labor of prisoners; is
something that is not pleasant to
"Moreover the provision of Sec
tion 43 that such cases shall be tried
by police justices 'without the in
tervention of a jury,' affects iu cer
tain classes of such cases the rights
of parties to a trial by jury to the
extent of depriving them of such
right except upon appeal.
"Section 57, division 12, gives
cities the right of eminent domain
under which it is provided that they
may take private property for pub
lic use 'within or without the
W. W. lUmoiKl Dead.
Honolulu, April 24. William
W. Diniond died last evening at
7:15 o'clock at his residence, corner
of Alexander and Dole streets,
Punahou, after an illness of five
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