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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1903.
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Honolulu, Hawaii, Mnyi3, 1903.
Notice is. hereby given that the rules
and regulations applying to fish markets
at Hilo, Hawaii, adopted April 15, 1903,
are amended to read as follows:
Section I. The sale of fish and all
edible products of the sea is prohibited nt
the town of Hilo, except at the new fish
market, and nt the present fish market at
Wniakca, Hilo, nnd at such other places
as tuny be socially designated from time
to time by the Hoard of Health where
fish nnd edible products of the sea tuny
be exposed for sale under the supervision
of inspectors appointed by the Ilonril of
Section 2. Uoth markets shall have
the right to sell nt both wholesale nnd re
tail under the rules governing such sales
adopted Iront time to time by the Hoard
Section 3. All inspectors shall have
power to seize, condemn nnd destroy nny
fish or edible products of the sen exposed
for sale, or brought to the market, which
shall be unfit for food.
Section 4. l'ish left unsold nt 6 p. in.
on the evening of any dny shall be in
spected, nnd if found in proper condition
mny go to cold storage; and on again be
ing offered for sale shall be labeled as
Section 5. No market shall charge, or
allow to be charged nny fee or compen
sation for the inspection nf fish therein.
All previous regulations npplying to
the sale of fish nt Hilo, Hnwaii, nrc
CHAS. H. COOI'ER, M. I).,
President Hoard of Health.
Secretary Hoard of Health. 29-3
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
IN 1'KOllATK AT ClIAMllKRS.
In the matter of the listute of DAVID
GREIG, deceased, of Hakalau, Hn
Petition having been filed by D. Muc
Kenzie. a friend of the deceased, praying
that he be appointed administrator of
Notice is hereby given t)int Tuesday,
the oth day of" June, A. D. 1903, nt 9
o'clock n. m., be and hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition in the Court
room of this Court, at South Hilo, Ha
waii, at which time nud place all persons
concerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 12, 1903.
Ily the Court:
DANIEL l'ORTER, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for petitioner. 28.3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the I'ourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In 1'hoiiatk At Chamiikrs.
In the matter of the Estate of KAHOAKA,
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 and with their vouchers, if any, to
the undersigned, Sam K. Kaiuaola, Hilo.
Hawaii, or ut the law office of Lclllond
& Smith, Hilo, Hawaii, within six
months from the date of this notice,
otherwise such claims, if any, will be
SAM K. KAIUAOLA,
Hilo, Hawaii, May I, 1903.
LitlH.oNi) & Smith,
Attorneys for the Estate. 27.4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, United States
In the matter of the Estate
I Notice is hereby given that Ihe under-
I signed has been appointed Administrator
' of the estate of said deceased. All credi-
I tors of said estate ar" (hereby notified to
1 present their claims, (whether secured or
otherwise, duly verified and with proper
vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, nt
hivi nlnce of business in Hilo, Hawaii,
, Territory of Hawaii, within six mouths
from date of this notice, or such claims,
1 if any, will be forever barted.
. IIIJNRY VICARS,
May 19, 1903.
WISH & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Four Hundred nnd. Fifty Persons
Meet Dcnth nt liniiltzn.
Sofia, Mny 24. Turkish troops
descended upon the village of Banit
za and after the most horrible out
rages wiped it out with practically
all of its inhabitants.
The soldiers killed everyone,
women and children included, with
the utmost brutality, officers and
men using sword and bayonet and
throwing the bodies of the dead
back into the buildings which were
The number killed is established
at 450 nnd nothing but ruins was
left of the little village.
Bauitza is a little town seventy
miles from Salonica. It is buta.
short distance south of the city' of
Monastir, a point at which there
have been many disturbances dur
ing the present Macedonian crisis.
There are five out stations of the
American missionaries about Mo
nastir, and it is likely that one of
these is Banitza so that Americans
may have perished in this latest
disaster. Banitza has no railway
communication with cither Salonica
RUSSIA L'OURIXU INTO
Forcltrn Diplomats Make Startling
Discovery of Russian Dmillclty.
St." Petersburg, May 25. Thous
ands of Russian soldiers under the
guise of being workmen are being
sent to the timber concessions in
Diplomatic circles have been con
siderably stirred up over the receipt
of this information,
alleged workmen are
diers of the Russian Government is
regarded as unquestionable by the
diplomats. The impression that is
gaining ground here is that the
government is using the timber
concessions as a blind to pour
troops into Korea and entrench
herself in that country to be in
readiness for attack from without.
Paris, May 24. The Paris-Mad-1
rid automobile race without doubt
will be stopped by order of the gov
ernment of the two nations.
The race began here with scores
of contestants, the machines being
of the highest power that have
taken part in such a long distance
contest. From the very start there
was a list of casualties. Many have
been killed along the road and to
day the Premier issued an order
forbidding the continuance of the
It is expected that Spain will take
This probably means the end of
road racing in this country.
Clilnn in Hard Hands.
Peking, May 25. The other
powers disapprove the indemnity
scheme of Great Britain and the
United States, making easier the
payment of the debt of China by
permitting her to collect her cus
toms revenues in gold.
Constantinople, Turkey, May 19:
News was received here today
that the Turkish Commissioners
sent out by the Sultan had been
kidnapped by a band of Albanians.
The Commissioners were sent out
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ing to secure reforms in the Alban -
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I ceived with scant courtesy, and faritmue. So far fifteen persons have
from pacifying the rebellious spirits, ;
have seemingly stirred up a greater;
spirit of strife.
Walla Walla, May 25. In a
public statement here the Presi
dent's Secretary, Mr. I,oeb, practi
cally announces Roosevelt's candi
dacy for a secoud term.
4UIII.E AT MANILA.
Cable Ship Amelia Starts Work hi
Presence or Vnst Throng.
Manila, P. I., May 25. The
Cable S. S. Anglia landed the cable
at Malate, north of this city today.
The landing of the cable was suc
cessfully accomplished, and was
witnessed by a great throng of peo-
pie. Representatives of the Taft
government, the army, navy and
commercial nnd social organiza
tions, as well as thousands of peo
ple attended the celebration.
The Anglia is to lay the section
of cable between Manila and Guam
and from Midway to Honolulu. It
is expected that she will arrive at
Midway June 18, and Honolulu
AMiEX TO THE I'KX.
Adopted Son of l.nte. S. C. Allen to
Serin Tito Years and n Half.
Portland, Oregon, May 25.
George W. Allen, formerly of Ho
nolulu, was sentenced here today to
serve two years and a half in the
Oregon penitentiary for forgery.
Allen was arrested several months
pgo. The authorities had very
btrouS evidence against him and
: conviction was expected. The
charge is said by the authorities to
be only one of a nutnher of similar
charges that could be brought
News of. the death of his toster
lather, S. C. Allen, at Honolulu,
was received last week. The rela
tives of young Allen did not come
to his assistance, so far as the
ThaP-tlitfiiiul,oni M learned.
For New Steamer.
Honolulu, May 23. Chas. L.
Wight, president of the Wilder
Steamship Company, was a pas
senger for Han Prancisco in the
American-Hawaiian steamship Ne
braskau. A prominent official of
the Wilder company, when asked
the reason for Mr. Wight's de
parture said: "Mr. Wight goes to
San Prancisco on business connect
ed with the Wilder Steamship Com
pany. That is enough."
It is understood that Mr. Wight
cnpj tn lhi Pons! tn lonlr intn flip i
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matter of the purchase of a new
steamer which is to take the place
the L,eluia, at present on the Molo
kai, Maui and Lanai run.
Wilcox, La., May 25. Six have
been killed and nine injured here
by the explosion of a sawmill
Madrid, May 25. The interna
tional automobile race has been for
bidden within the boundaries of
Seoul, May 25. The Govern
ment has ordered the arrest of Ko
reans selling laud to Russians or
St. Petersburg, May 25. Over
one hundred thousand ' disorderly
Chinese are congregating on the
Jackson, Ky., May 25. Curtis
Jett and Tom White have been in
dicted for the murder of Marcuni.
The town is full of troops.
Caracas, May 19. The United
States is the only power which has
adhered to The Hague arbitration
protocol. The other powers are
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Hastings, Neb., May 25. In
1 cniiritnpii rxi n urn c? i-- n iiiriiuiiiiiiw iiii
suuuicih nti.i. ,,u. ...... ww,
killed and thirty injured. 1 here
are heavy financial losses.
Washington, May 25. The re
pairs ot warships at Bremerton have
been discontinued owing to the un
satisfactory moral conditions here.
Hereafter repairs will be made at
Heads of Departments Find Them
selves hi Funds Again.
Honolulu, May 25. The heads
of departments went to their offices
this morning to find themselves in
funds ognin after a period of short
age and Superintendent Cooper,
who gets the largest part of the
emergency bill appropriations, pre
pared to go ahead with as many
contracts for public improvements
as he can handle at once. The ap
propriations lapsf on June 30 and
Cooper must work quickly in order
to use thctn nil. "I'm going to
spend it as quickly as possible,"
said Superintendent Cooper this
morning, when asked what he pro
posed to do with all the money appropriated-
for his department.
"Work on the Nuuanu bridge will
be begun without any delay and
other matters will be hastened.
The harbor dredging proposition
depends to a large extent on what
is done in the loan bill, now before
The money was available this
morning, Governor Dole having
signed the bill on Saturday. It
was the first money which the pres
ent Legislature has succeeded in
putting into circulation except
money for its own expenses and for
Chinese holders of "Chinese fund"
Chinese Fund (Jolnc
Honolulu, May 26. One-tenth
of the Chinese fund has already
been distributed to Secretary Carter
and there appears to be no decrease
in the numb:r of Chinese who have
a claim upon the $155,000.
It was estimated yesterday that
nearly $16,000 has been paid out
at the treasury though not one
tenth of the depositors have receiv
ed their moliey.
Secretary Carter is anxious to
finish up the work and suggested
yesterday that the payment of
claims could be greatly facilitated
if the plantation agents would lend
their assistance. He said that he
has the necessary blanks which
must be filled out by the Chinese in
sufficient number to send to all
Then if the Cliiiithe labor-
ers assign their claims to the plan
tations or to some one person, the
deposit will be paid without the
necessity of a trip to Honolulu.
Some of the Chinese are planning
a tour of the islands for the purpose
of getting possession of the claims,
or becoming agents for the deposi
tors at a large commission. If the
plantations take up this work it
will greatly assist in the distribu
tion of the Chinese fund, particu
larly in the other islands. One of
local agents has already undertaken
the work for the benefit of the em
ployecs 011 the plantations.
Hilo Fire Alarms.
Honolulu, May afi. Senator J,
T. Hrown secured the insertion of
an item of $2,500 for the installa
tion of 10 Gamewell police boxes in
Hilo. Achi's motion to do the
same for Wailuku was not seconded.
May 24. Max O'Rell is
Topekn, Ks., May 24. Ploods
and tornadoes continue throughout
Southern Kansas, Oklahoma nud
the Indian Territory. Incalcula
ble damage has been done to towns
and country places and many lives
have been lost.
- at. I'ctersDurg, Kussia, May 19
The Russian government has re
, moveci from 0ffice the Governor of
iKishitiefTas a result of the recent
outrages upon the Jews. The anti
Semetic riots were accompanied by
most fiendish acts of violence, the
rioters mutilating the bodies of their
victims and committing acts of the
most extreme brutality.
Many who read this advertisement
have never seen nny PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In its
pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the nrticlc commonly sold a little
block pepper and n lot of roasted
alto any T
ontes in f
s, and It f
peanut shells, cannot appeal I
one. Our PEPPER conies
15c, 25c, 40c and 75c tins,
will be a lesson to you to try a tin
of it and learn how little you have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
In future advertisements we will
speak of Red Pepper,
x, White l'cp-
d, Leaf Sage, 4
: meantime we i
per, Knglish Mustard,
Allspice, etc. In the 1
want to show you the goods at our
H he Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Things Which Agitate tho Minds or
Honolulu, May 26. It was econ
omy that caused the House to talk
most of the afternoon, and for the
rest of the time, according to the
open charge of one of the members
it was personal prejudice that
caused the remainder of the time to
be wasted. In fact Chester Doyle
will have to add several hundreds
to his estimate of his value to Ha
waii, for that much is represented
by the time spent in discussing his
fitness for the position of translator
The unpaid bills measure was ad
vanced materially, in committee of
the whole, but there weri$v several
items which were still in the hands
of a committ:e and consequently
there could be no definite settle
ment, so the bill was simply laid
over for the reports, which are to
come iu today, if the forecast is cor
rect. During the morning the
matter of the Hackfeld wharf was
closed by the insertion of the item
iu the bill, and the covering up of
the affair. The amounts due
school teachers, some 39 in number,
and to the tax office, for the ex
penses of the levy and the tax ap
peal courts, were inserted.
The afternoon session was de
voted to the six months salary bill,
the principal point of interest de
veloped being the antipathy of the
members to appropriating money
for tlje payment of salaries to
women. It was the idea of all that
spoke, that there should be in the
bill a provision that all salaries 111
the bill should be paid only to citi
zens, voters and tax payers. '
In the Senate the six mouths
current account appropriation' bill,
with a large number of amend
ments, the principal of which was
an item of $50,000 for the dredging
of the harbor. There was an abor
tive attempt to recall the House
expense bill, so that that of the
Senate might be incorporated, but
it was found that the House lmd
passed the bill and this dropped to
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