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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1903.
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I BY AUTHORITY.
Office of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, Mnyi3, 1903.
Notice is hereby given thnl the rules
and regulations applying to fish uinrkets
at Hilo, Hawaii, adopted April 15, 1903,
are amended to rend as follows:
Section 1. The sale of fish nud nil
edible products of the sea is prohibited at I
the town of Hilo, except at the new fish
market, nud at the present fish market at
Waiakea, Hilo, and at such other places
as tuny be specially designated from time
to time by the Hoard of Health where
fish nud edible products of the sen tuny
be exposed for sale under the supervision
of inspectors appointed by the Hoard of
Section 2. Hoth markets shall liave
the right to sell at both wholesale nud re
tail under the rules governing such sales
adopted from time to lime by the Hoard
Section 3. All inspectors shall have
power to seize, condemn nud destroy any
fish or edible products of the sea exposed
for sale, or brought to the market, which
shall be unfit for foodr
Section 4. .Rish lelt unsold at 6 p. tn.
on the evening of any day shall be in
spected, and if found in proper condition
may go to cold storage; nud on again be
ing olTcred 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 of fish therein.
All previous regulations applying to
the sale of fish at Hilo, Hawaii, arc
CHAS. H. COOPRR, M, 1).,
President Hoard of Health.
Secretary Hoard of Health. 29-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the I'ourlh Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Proiiatk At Chamiiiiks.
In the matterofthe Rstate of KAHOAKA,
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
ot the estate ol satil deceased.
All creditors of said estate are hereby
notified to present their claims duly veri
fied and with their vouchers, if any, to
the undersigned, Sam K. Kaiuaola, Hilo,
Hawaii, or at the law office of I.ellloud
& Smith, Hilo, Hawaii, within six
month-' front the date of this notice,
otherwise such claims, if any, will be
.SAM K. KAIUAOLA,
Hilo, Hawaii, May I, 1903.
I.KB1.0ND & Smith,
Attorneys for the Rstatc. 27.4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, United States
, of America.
In Pkoiiatu At Chamhi'.ks.
In the matter of the Rstate of DAVID
Notice is hereby giviin that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of thc estate of said deceased. All credi
tors of said estate are hereby uolil'ctl to
present their claims, whether secured or
otherwise, duly verified and with proper
vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, at
his place of business in Hllo, Hawaii,
Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from dale of this notice, or bitch claims,
if any, will be forever b.med.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 19, 1903.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator. 29-4
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A. Ii. JACKSON
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DICKHV ON HAM).
I Thinks Oiihu County Should Suuporl f IHsmso I'ollnns In the Wnkc r
J Iho Honolulu Musli'litns. ,ti Storms In tliu Slnlrs.
Honolulu, June i. Senatoijf Bozenian, Mont., June I. The
I Dickey of Hie specinl committee ti3jyers n,c steadily rising.
which was given the task of sspd'g' Kansas City, Kns., June i.
rating the Territorial items in the" Twenty are known to be dead here
eighteen months' appropriation bill as a result of the floods,
from the county items maU3juini- Mnnhatton,.'Kas.,'June i. This
nority report, reconimciidinTHat town wns the center of the flood's
the Hawaiian band cxpcnscitfebc ' fury. Fifty persons have been
added to the county ucmsTl lie
report in part was as follows:
"The Hawaiian Govcrumentband
is an ornament to Honolulu and one
to be proud of, but your committee
holds that it is not in any sense a
Territorial institution, and tlMfex
pense of maintaining it sljfoutjTbe
borne by the county of (JatuT. or
better still, by the voluntary contrix
buttons of the wealthy citizens of
"The Hawaiian band is as much
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a local institution as Sotizn's band'i
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U.-.1UU1I kU ,m M.v; .,..a . w.w
the expenses of the
Albany band from the State treasury
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(IlilW llic jiiUiusiiiuii. 1 iiuimm.il,)
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is also a local institution auusuouiti
uc nirueiy Miiumuen iiuiu iuv.iu
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funds, but the precedent of sup-1.
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punuy uiv; guilt nun uecu k.k-.i
ofteirto the militia because they
can 'be called on at any time for the
protection of the Territory and are
under the command of the Gover
nor. They are quasi Territorial,
and as such your committee does
not pronounce the items for their
support county charges. The I.eg-
islature by striking out the item for
expense of trips of the band to Fcontructs that were let to political
other islands branded the band as a Losses and the land grants luacjc to
local institution and expresses the joie. Canadian Pacific Railway? The
opinion that Honolulu should have opposition charged that these con
all the benefit ami pleasure derived tracts and grants were made by the
from the music of the band. Some whole cabinet and the latter claimed
may say that the band helps the
whole islands by making Honolulu
more attractive to tourists; no doubt
it does; so does the car system of
Honolulu, the sprinkling of Hotio -
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lulu streets, the flower girls on the
comers and the courtesy of Ilono -
lulu citizens, but it does not follow
that we must vote a subsidy to the
I rapid transit or the flower girls, or
that the Territory
should pay the
expenses of Honolulu's band
committee therefore recommends
that the items enumerated be con
sidered county charges."
Senator Baldwin spoke at some
.length concerning the Hawaiian
baud, as to whether it should be a I
I county affair or belong to the Gov-1
V. li.lk WUIIUIWIJ MUlll tuw uiwt-i
islands felt, some of them, that the 1 that the successor to Superintendent
band was peculiarly a Honolulu in-'of Public Works Henry I?. Cooper
stitution alul that it should be n will be Kbcu Iow. Mr. Low is
county liability. The country men ! now in the city and when seen yes
thought that Honolulu should pay terday would not discuss the matter
for what she gets the most of and 1 in any way. The report is that the
complained of the scarcity of Her-1 office has been tendered to him and
ger's music across the channels. he still has it under consideration.
The Oahu Senators just managed
to have the whole cjuestioij referred
to a special committee, consisting
of Senators Iseiiberg, Woods and 1
Senator Isenberg moved thatj
items "Military" and "Hand"!
should be referred to a special com-1
mittee; he had heard that the band
had enlisted and wns nart of the
military now. One of the band , Clark's railroad company will prob
iboys had informed him that the ,aby build a branch to Tonopah.
! members, all but one, had enlisted I
for three years.
Hcrlin, Germany, May 29. Dis
patches from Hulgaria in the Gei
uiaH press state that Prince Ferdi
nand of Hulgaria is in constant fear
of assassination. Ilisattitude in en
Ideavoring to hold .the Bulgarians
,in check 011 the Macedonian ques
tion has made Ferdinand intensely
WITH TUB M.OODS.
Topeka, Kns., June i. 'flic river
is subsiding. Thirty-four nre known
to be dead. Many persons are hud
dled in small houses, suffering from
diptheria, fever, measles and a
scarcity of food. Launches and
rafts have arrived from Chicago.
Gamci-ville, Kns June i. Two
hundred buildings here were demol
ished by the flood.
Des Moines, la., June i. The
Dcs Moines river is falling, and as
regards danger from the flood the
wnst seems to have passed. The
condition among the refugees, how-'that
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rams is causing 111-
tense suffering nuiong thosu people
wlin nrL necpssanlv nnnrlv lir.ii-:tfl
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in many instances without
proper clothing. It is feared the
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I uuui.ii nsi iiuiu exposure win oe as
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1 large as that from drowning in the
Victorian Premier Dismissed.
' Victoria, June i. Premier Prior
I1.1S been dismissed from his office
owing to the bridge contract scan-
Idal. Richard Mcliride has formed
M . .
'mi, Ur.', ,. . ,
is Premier Prior's cabinet has been
flin trouble for some time over bridge
that only the Comtnissionerof Lands
was responsible for the trouble and
'that he had acted without consult-
ing the cabinet.
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1 Transition Period.
' , Honolulu, June 2. The United
I amies oupromei.oiiri yestcruay cie-j
! ci(!ed thc aPl,cal of 0saki Mankichi, 1
convicted of murder at Kahuku by
! !l majority jury vercuci, alter annex-
atlon nnt oe'orc l'le Organic Act
went into effect. 1 he court, by five
to four, upholds the contentions of
Attorney General Dole and reverses
Judges Kstce and Gear, holding that
the trial and conviction of Maukichi
It .May lie Soon.
Honolulu, June 2. Rumor has it
I Arizona Labor
I Prcjcott, A. T-.i
June t. The
eight-hour law having become ef-
! lectivc in Hie I erntorv wane re
ductions have been made and many
properties are closing. Thc miners
are in n threatening mood.
Clark's llullrond llrnurlips Out.
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President tit a Shim.
Cheyenne, June 1. President
Roosevelt attended the Wild West
lloriiiuii Hack hi Congress.
Portland, June 1. Dinger Her
mann hns been elected to Congress.
Smiillpnv ut Suit Lake.
Salt Lake City, June 1. There
nre fifty smallpox cases here.
Till: KOIIAI.A DITCH.
A. C. Uolir Docs not Propose
(Urn up the Scheme.
Washington, D. C. May 18 Mr.
A. C. Gchr, who has figured pro
minently here in the fight over Ko
hala Ditch legislation, came to town
today, after quite a sojourn in Chi
cago. He is leaving for New York
whence he will, start very soon for
Honolulu, probably arriving there
on the Siberia. He intends to
strive anew to have the .license for
constructing the Kohala 15itch put
up at auction and declares that he
is ready t ) bid for the privilege of
"I know better than other men
what that Ditch would be worth as
an investment and I am in a posi
tion to , bid for (he license intelli
gently,: I know how much can be
rlaid, so that the investment will
yield a fair return," said Mr. Gchr.
"I told the planters on the island
, wi 4 .
Jast year wheiiI was out there,
ready to go into the
open market for the license. 1
would bid for it at a figure"that
would yield 5 per cent, on the in
vestment and, having examined the
project,1! was better informed than
any other man as to what that fig
ure was.", If anybody wanted to
risk bidding higher than I, it would
be their privilege."
Mr. Gchr is now confident that
the Ditch will be constructed with
out much delay and, while he does
not say so, has apparently received
fresh assurances from the capitalists
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he represents as to what he may
1 nuclei take. He is satisfied that
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there will be no further attempt by
other interests to secure special leg
islation en the subject from Con
It tisstlti Expels YYi iter.
London, Kugland, May 20 The
Times' correspondent has been ex-
I pelled from St. Petersburg by the
' Russian authorities. The corres,
j pondent is charged with irregula-
I rities in connection with the corre-
ispondence furnished his paper clur-
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ing the recent critical period ovei
1 tile Maiicliurian situation.
(lay Landers INcapus.
Hillings, Mont., May 29. Guy
Landers, wanted in Honolulu for
swindling thc First National Hank
and who was arrested here for mak
ing a forged draft on that institu
tion for $1,898, has escaped from
- ' 1
Roosurt'lt Sum Wluuor.
New York, May 31. The Tri
bune states, as a result of a thor
ough canvass, that sufficient votes
have been pledged by the Republi
can State organizations to nominate
Roosevelt on the first ballot.
Pauauia Canal to Full.
Bogota, May 29. From a semi
official sorce it is learned that the
Panama canal treaty will be re
jected. ItileT Items.
Cleveland, O., May 26. Though
not an active partisan of President
Roosevelt, Senator Hanna, Chair
man of the Rupublicau National
Committee, will not oppose the en
dorsement of the President's candi-1
dacy by the State Convention.
Washington, D. C, May 26. I
San Francisco dealers have pro-
tested to the Secretary of the In-1
tcrior against the award of the con-!
tract to supply sugar to Indians to
a New York firm on the ground
that the bid is not thc lowest,
freight rates considered.
Derlin, Germany, May 29.
Chamberlain's tendency toward a
protection policy for England is
causing considerable alarm among
the merchant classes of Germr y.
Should Kngland become a protec
tion country Germany would lose
its present advantage in some of its
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
thc 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, and 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 Pep
per, Rnglish Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allsiiicc. etc. In thc meantime we
Swant to show you thc goods at our
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. SHORT CAHLKURAMS.
Yokohama, May 29. The bu
bonic plague has recurred in this
San Francisco, May 29 Gans
defeated Fitzgerald in the tenth
Odessa, May 26. A military
tribunal has convened here to try
the leaders in the Ktschiueff mob.
Yokohama, May 26.-The Gov
ernment today officially declared
this city infected by the bubonic
Canton, China, May 26. The
famine is increasing in the river
provinces and cholera is also spread
Philadelphia, Pa., May 26. One
hundred thousand textile workers
in the mills of this city threaten to
go out on strike.
Hongkong, May 29. The fa
mine in Kwang-si has become ap
palling and an anti-foreign move
ment is begining.
Port au Prince, May 26. The
Ministry is opposed to continuing
the investigation of the securities
frauds and has resigned.
New York, May 26. News of a
plot among the local Mafia to mur
der the foremen of many manufac
tories has been substantiated.
Manila, May 26. It is discovered
that thousands of fraudulent natur
alization certificates have been sold
to immigrants to the Philippines.
Caracas. May 26. Minister
Dowen returned from the United
States today and was received en
thusiastically by President Castro,
the cabinet and populace.
Los Angeles, Cal., May 29. The
Presbyterian Assembly at its session
today adopted a resolution favoring
the expulsion of Senator Smoot of
Utah from the United States Sen
ate. The discussion on the resolu
tion called out scathing criticsm of
Smoot's position in the Mormon
Church and his consequent attitude
on the purity of family life.
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