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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JUNE i 1903.
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Oahu, II. I.
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Credit issued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention gien to the business
enti listed to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
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AGHNT FOR NKW YORK LIFE
I WAIANUENUE STREET. HILO
CATHOLIC C11UKC11, IlKIIKilt STRKKT.
Sundnys Holy Mass ot 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 nml 10:30, Hawaiian ami Portu
At 9 n. 111. English sermon.
Al 7 l. in.. Rosnrv. sermon in Portu-
Week Days Holy Mnss every day nt
6 n. m.
Every Sunday nftcriioon English In
'struction for hoys nnd girls nt mother's
anil Sister's school from a to 3 p. in.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wantsof the faithful. Mem
bers arc requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
In tl"i Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, u. S. A.
In the matter of the Kstate of C. K.
The petitions and accounts of the ad
ministrator of the estate of said deceased
having been filed, wherein he asks that
his accounts be examined nnd approved,
and that u final order of distribution be
made of the property remaining in his
bauds, to the persons entitled thereto.
That the heirs of said estate may be ascer
tained and declared and discharging him
from all further responsibility ns such
-It is .ordered that Tuesday, the 14th
day of July, A. I). 1903, nt 9 o'clock n. 111.
at the Court room of this Court nt South
Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same is hereby
appointed the time nnd place of hearing
such petition nnd accounts, and that nil
persons interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why the prayer of the petition should
not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, June 8, 1903.
By the Court: ,
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
32-4 Hy Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In Pkoiiatk At Chambkus.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
CHARLOTTE EDNA HAPAI, the
infant child of C. E. Hapui, deceased,
of Hilo, Hawaii.
Petition for appointment of guardian.
Petition having been filed by Mrs,
Louise Hnpai, mother of the infant
minor, to be appointed guardian of the
person and estate of Charlotte Ednn Ha
pai, n minor,
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday,
the 7th day of July, A. D. 1903, at 9
o'clock a. 111., be and hereby is appointed
for hearing snid petition in the Court
room of this Court, nt South Hilo, Ha
waii, at which time nnd place nil persons
concerned may appear and show cause,
if any they have, why the prayer of said
petition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, June 8, 1903.
Ry the Court.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk,
lly Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
F. S. Lyman,
Attorney for Petitioner. 32-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit,.
Territory of Hawaii, United .States
In Pkoiiatk At Chamiiisks.
In this matter of the Estate of DAVID
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estnte of said deceased. All credi
tors of said estate arc hereby notified to
present their claims, whether secured or
otherwise, duly verified nnd with proper
vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, at
his place of business in Hllo, Hawaii,
Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from date of this notice, or such claims,
if any, will be forever baned.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 19, 1903.
Wish & Ross.
Attorneys for Administrator. 39-4
In accordance with the provisions of
Act 70, Session Iiws of 1903, notice is
hereby given to all persons conducting
and mnirigiiig any pharmacy, drug or
chemical store, apothecary shop, or other
place of business for the retailing, com
pounding or dispensing of any drugs,
chemicals or poison, to file their applica
tion for n license to practice Pharmacy in
conformity with Section 2 of said Act 70,
in this office.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, June I,
Koa Lumber in small nnd large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
'Apply to JOSE G. SERRAO.
L'ONUEIt AND RUSSIA.
United States Minister Demands
Inquiry ns to the Truth.
Peking. China, June 7. A sen
sation has been caused in diploma
tic circles here by a demand from
Minister Conger for an inquiry into
the denial by Count Cassini, Rus
sian Ambassador at Washington, of
the statements made by Minister
Conger relative to the demands that
Russia had made as a condition of
the evacuation of Manchuria. It
is felt that the "lie" has been passed
between the two embassadors, and
that whatever action is taken wjll
result seriously to the minister
affected by it.
Minister Conger forwarded to
Washington statements regarding
the position of Russia in Manchuria,
and the conditions upon which it
was represented in Peking that
Russia would withdraw from Man
churia. Count Cassini denied these
and this denial was supposed to
have smoothed over for the time
being the Manchurian question, but
Minister Conger's request for ian
inquiry shows that official to be un
satisfied with the denial. This
probably means that Conger con
siders the Mauchuriau question a
veryserious one at this time.
French In Algeria.'
Beniounif, Algeria, June 8. A
strong body of French Zouaves and
native troops today bombarded a
stronghold of the Figuig revolution
ists. A heavy engagement ensued
during which the French inflicted
a great loss on the enemy. The
stronghold was occupied.
French troops have been engaged
for about three mouths in an effort
tx subdue the fierce desert tribe
which has its home on the borders
between southern Morocco and Al
geria, and which refuses to recog
nize cither country as its ruling
power. The tribe is a nomadic one,
but its raids on the French settle
ments in Algeria have caused heavy
loss. Shortly after the visit of
President Loubet to Algeria and
Tunis, it was announced that the
tribe had been driven back into the
desert and that its raids had been
quelled, but the above cablegram
indicates that more fighting was to
The French are trying to put
down all the wild tribes in southern
Algeria so that their march south
ward toward northern Nigeria and
Dahomey may not be impeded, as
they ultimately expect to bridge
this portion of the desert by rail
way in order to better protect their
Central African colonies and s:cure
a stronger footing around the head
waters of the Nile.
New Head of Census.
Washington, June 8. S. N. D.
North has succeeded Merriam at
the head of the census.
Director North is fifty-four years
old and has led a very busy life.
He is an old newspaper man and
has had a wide experience in ceusus
work and in other affairs con
nected with the collection and coui-
1 piling of statistics. During the
taking of the Twelfth Census he
had charge of the division of manu
facturers, and his work in this con
nection attracted favorable atten
tion throughout the world. He
was a valuable aid to the late Direc
tor Merriam. He was strongly en
dorsed for the present post, and has
been a candidate since the resigna
tion of Director Merriam. He con
structed the tariff schedules of the
! tariff bills of McKinley and Ding-
ley and the former was loud in his
praise of Mr. North's work.
1 .i X-a.
Philadelphia, Pa., June 7. Seventy-five
thousand textile workers
are out on a strike here. They
have demanded better sanitary con
ditions in the factories, to which
the bosses will not agree.
, 'MILLIONS LUST.
Floods Of Middle West llevnslnlo and
, Lay Wiifttr.
Kansas City, Mo., June 7. The
damage done in this city by the
floods will reach $15,000,000. This
includes the various suburbs, in
which the packing houses and man
ufactories arc located. In the
country 4ibout the city, and in Kan
sas across the river, there will be
losses on crops which will reach at
St. Louis, Mo., June 7. The
flood situation here is much worse,
as the river continues to rise at an
unprecedented rate and the reports
from above indicate that the worst
is not past. Within a radius of
twenty miles from the city proper,
.there are now 25,000 people home
less. A shotgun patrol is being
majnuuned along the levees, which
protect large areas below the city.
Spartanburg, Mo., June 7. The
flood statistics here show eighty
five persons dead, 500 homeless and
a property loss of $4,000,000. The
worst is yet to come as the water.
are still rising.
'- N'opro is Mobbed.
Belleville, 111., June 7. After
storming the jail here today a mob
consisting of several hundred peo
ple of the city and vicinity, took
out and burned at the stake in
chains, a negro, who had been a
teacher in the public schools. He
was arrested charged with the mur
der of the principal of the city
schools, and as there had been
trouble between them, the evidence
was so strong that the people took
the law into their own hands. The
circumstances surrounding the mur-
derwcjrevoltiiig and the mob, in
which were many negro mjners,
acted with speed and as quickly
dispersed. No others were injured.
No More Experiments.
Berlin, Germany, June 7. Ow
ing to the death of Dr. Sachs, the
German bacteriologist, while ex
perimenting'with plague germs the
Government has issued an order
forbidding scientists to experiment
with plague on the grounds that it
is dangerous to public health. The
German newspapers, while con
demning the practice of making
these experiments, laud Dr. Sachs
for bis great work in risking his
own life in aii effort to discover
something concerning the disease
which might prevent a great many
deaths in Europe.
TaU Finds Truth.
Washington, June 8. Governor
Taft admits that Gen. Miles' report
is generally correct, but denies that
the famine in the islands is alarm
ing. Rice is being distributed at
cost but it is not feasible to issue
wheat. It is impossible to import
cattle unless they are inoculated
with a serum which makes them
immune to rinderpest.
Repair Flood Losses.
Topeka, June 8. A special ses
sion of the Legislature may be
called to afford relief to the flood
sufferers and rebuild a score of
bridges which have been destroyed.
There is a possibility of the farmers
in the lately inundated region get
ting quick crops.
Turks Continue to Kill.
Salouica, June 7. The slaughter
of Bulgarians, discovered in Mace
donian territory, continues. Every
day brings news of scpe fresh en
counter between the Turkish forces
and bands of Bulgarians, always
ending in victory for the former.
Funeral of KII Peck.
San Francisco, June 7. The
funeral of Eli Peck took place here
today. It was largely attended by
friends here and by many persous
L'OUL'KU'H HOY HOUND.
Burglars F.utcr Residence of II. K.
Cooper nuil JUultrcnt Sou.
Honolulu, June 9. Burglars
entered the Honolulu residence of
Henry E. Cooper, Superintendent
of Public Works, this morning, and
bound nnd gagged Theodore, the
13-ycar-old son of Mr. Cooper, and
escaped after locking the boy in a
closet. So far as could be as
certained hy the police, nothing
was stolen by the robbers. It is
thought by the officers that the
robbers were foiled by young
Cooper's entrance to the house, so
they gagged and locked up the
youth in order to effect their escape
from the premises.
The affair occurred about 8:15
o'clock this morning. Mr. Cooper
and family went to their Peninsula
residence Saturday night, leaving
only the Japanese servant at the
town residence, corner of Puuahou
and Berctania streets. This morn
ing Alfred and Theodore, Mr.
Cooper's sons, returned to Hono
lulu on an earl train. They went
to their home for the purpose of
preparing for school. The Japa
nese had expected the family to
return and had opened the house
previous to the arrival of the boys.
Alfred went upstairs to change
his clothes while Theodore went
into the library to gather some
books together nnd await the return
of his brother.
Theodore had not been in the
library more than a couple of
minutes, before the door of a closet
suddenly flew open and, turning,
he saw two ugly looking men spring
out and rush toward him. He
was within a few feet of the door
and before he could realize the
presence of the men or the danger
that was falling upon him, they
had siezed him fast. A hand was
clapped over the boy's mouth and
his arms were pinned fast behind
him. It was impossible for the
youth to either cry aloud or effect
any resistence. The robbers backed
him into a corner and while one
held him, the other untied the laces
of the youth's shoes. Then with
these laces they securely tied his
hands and feet. They gagged him
by stuffing his mouth full of paper.
He was then put into a closet and
the door clocked. The robbers
Theodore was not found until
about 11:30 o'clock, when the at
tention of the Japanese servant was
attracted to the closet by hearing
a faint noise inside.
Deputy High Sheriff Chilling
worth and Chester Doyle investi
gated the affair. It is thought that
the men were Porto Ricans. No
arrests have been made.
lltisy Public Works.
Honolulu, June 6. Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works
Marston Campbell reports things
very busy in his department. Plans
and specifications are being pre
pared for the reconstruction of the
Wailuku and Hupaloa bridges; the
Hookaua wharf sheds have been
completed; a gang of men armed
with the necessary tools have left
for liana to construct a new wharf
which is to be completed on the
28th day of this month; orders
have been sent to Harbormaster
Fitzgerald of Hilo to replank tlw
Hilo dock; plans and specifications
for the Waikanc (Oahu) bridge
will be ready in a few days and
work on the Hilo reservoir is pro
gressing rapidly. The Oceanic
dock sheds have been removed and
work on the Queen street bulkhead
wharf will be under way about the
middle of next week. With the re
planking of other wharves the har
bor front will present a lively appearance.
Many who read this advertisement
have never seen nny PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In its
ini re state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper nnd n lot of roasted
)t of roasted
ft comes iti f
tins, and it f
peanut shells, cannot app
one. Our PEPPER
'5C, 35c, 4c and 75c
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, English Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allspice, etc. In the meantime we
want to show you the goods at our
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Hundred Lives Lost.
Marseilles, June 7. The steamer
Liban, inbound, was cut down by
the outbound steamer Insulaire to
day and of the 200 passengers and
crew aboard 100 perished. The ac
cident was due to a misunderstand
ing of the signals as the two vessels
were passing Maire Island just off
the entrance to the harbor. Pass
ing steamers rescued 100 of those
who were struggling in the water
after the sinking of the Ljban, and
brought them to the city. The In
sulaire assisted in rescue work and
then returned to port.
For SI. Louis Exhibit.
John Gaspar, a public spirited
citizen of Napoopoo, Kona, is at
present making an offer which, it
seems, ought to be taken up by
those interested in the advertising
of Hawaii at the St. Louis Purchase
Exposition. Mr. Gaspar owns con
siderable tracts of land in Kona on
which are some fine koa trees. Mr.
Gaspar offers to cut down one of
these and from it cut a cube-shaped
block measuring six feet on all
sides and polish it. He will deliver
this block on the wharf at Kona if
anyone will pay the cost of shipping
the block to St. Louis. '
Washington, June 8. The Grand
Jury has indicted Groff Brothers for
the bribery of Macheu.
Portland, Me., June 7. The
losses by the forest fires throughout
thus state will reach $4,000,000.
San Francisco, June 8. The
schedules of the Eppinger failure
show liabilities of $1,373,000 and
assets of $650,000. There is a sus
picion that the firm issued receipts
as security for more grain than it
Rome, June 8. King Emanuel
may visit France and receive a re
turn visit from President Loubet,
though it is likely that the latter,
owing to the expulsion of the re
ligious orders from France", may
not be received at the Vatican.
A HOME COMPANY
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