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I'RIDAY, - JUNK a6, 1903.
Ktitciedntlhe l'otofficc al llilo. Hit
wall, as sccond-clnss matter
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L. W. HAWORTH - - Editor.
D N the D g c.
Tim banana industry is rapidly
coming to the front in the Hilo
District. The area planted is much
larger than would have been pre
dicted a few months ago, and it will
not be many months until shipping
facilities will be entirely inadequate
to handle the crops. Captain Mat
son says he will keep pace with the
The grand and trial jurors, liti
gants, witnesses and all others in
terested in the Honokaa term of
Court, which convenes according to
the statute on the first Wednesday
of July, which this year falls on the
first day of said month, are hereby
notified that they need not attend
said court until Wednesday, July
8th, to which time court will be ad
journed because of the prevailing
sickness of so many persons whose
presence is required at the term of
Gilbert F. L,ittlk, Judge.
THE J.AND QUESTION.
UOYKHNOIt VS. AN.MtKWS. I
Pole Ohjoola lo rnjrlnic Tor Tollco
The following message from the
Governor in re the Unpaid Bills
Act was read in the Senate and
House this forenoon:
I am unable to approve of the
following items of Act VI of the
extra session of the Legislature in
1903, being entitled "An Act Mak
ing Special Appropriations for the
Departmental Use of the Territory
Pay the Unpaid Bills, up to the
First Day of July, A. D. 1903":
H. T. Lake 48 00
Win, K. Keolanui 48 00
Steamer llmmlet to Midway.
Honolulu, June 22. Thestcamcr
Hanalci may soon make another
trip to Midway and Guam with
supplies for the cable operators.
The supplies which were sent along
on the first trip were only for a
period of three months, much of
the room in the hold being taken up
with material for the houses built
for the operators.
It is said now that a supply ship
will have to visit Midway and Guam
every three months, and it is natu
ral that the supplies should be sent
from here. Supplies are very much
higher in Manila than in Honolulu,
and as Midway would always have
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I... 4 OO lu ut vi3in.il u numu ut vtij muv.u
Mahi Lonoaea 48 00 quicker to send the supply ship
From the Kenlng Bulletin.
Opponents of the Federal control
of Hawaii's public lands are rapidly
arguing themselves into the convic
tion that the best solution of Ha
waii's land problem is administra
tion by Federal authority.
Proof of the pudding is in the
eating and gauged by this common
standard Hawaii's land policy has
proved anything but a success.
Those most aggressive in their op
position to the Federal land admin
istration are coming to the front
with critical recognition of the
local failures. The burden of re
sponsibility is placed first on the
Commissioner of Public Lands and
then on the Legislature. These
critics chase all around Robin
Hood's barn to invent a reason
why this land system that has been
lauded to the skies docs not meet
the new demands of the situation.
The fact is that our present laud
law has been tested and found
wanting in those essentials which
will attract the purchasers and set
tlers particularly required for a new
line of development on traditional
American lines. This is lesson of
experience dating back to the period
when Hawaii was administered by
what has been termed the "best
government on earth." The public
laud office has been in the hands of
another commissioner than the one
now criticised. The laws have
been open to revision by legislators
who come within the limitations of
what the present critics call intelli
gent. Still the land administration
of Hawaii is without desired results.
Ou the other hand this Territory
may have at its disposal a Federal
land administration that has built
up the great western States and
created the conditions of land own
ership and citizenship which Ha
waii needs. Here is a land system
that has proved a success. Why
search further and fare worse?
The Bulletin is aware that much
of the opposition to the Federal
land control is due to a fear that
J. M. Kekoa 48 00
Chas. H. Cooke 48 00
Louise Cardeuha 48 00
J. Keliipuleole 60 00
B. Nakupuua Co 00
Moses Kapoi 60 00
T. K. Nakanelua 60 00
C. K. Kuuaue 60 00
J. Kauiauia 60 00
J. M.Koomoa 60 00
D. M. Kilinahe 60 00
Thos. Silva 60 00
Win, J. K. Nahalc 60 00
O. M. Kekuewa 6000
J. K. Machado 60 00
J. Ikaaka 60 00
Kaiuoa Kawelu 60 00
W. H. Laiuaholo 60 00
H. Martinson. 60 00
S. W. A. Kaleikoa 48 00
M. C. Clement 30 00
J. K. Kaohi 3000
J. H. Kamaunu 60 00
G. W. Waiau 50 00
John Kauwc 10 00
John Kaiama 30 00
J. W. Kaipiko 60 00
Joe Kaia 6000
This matter was referred to the
Police Committee of the House,
which reported favorably in an oral
report. My objections to those
items is that there is no evidence
that a satisfactory investigation has
been made. Also that it appears
from information obtained by me
from the High Sheriff, that there
being no appropriation from which
the expenses of telephones could be
drawn, the pay of such police
officers as were required to have
telephones in their homes, was
raised sufficiently to cover such
expenses. This was done upon a
clear understanding with such of
ficers and was assented toby them.
Such an arrangement, was necessary
under the circumstances, and the
police officers with whom it wasi
made have no grievance to com
plain of. To listen to the com
plaints of such officers as have
petitioned in the matter a small
number only would have an injuri
ous effect upon the discipline of the
I therefore return herewith the
Act above referred to for your con
sideration of these items.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Executive Chamber, Territory of
Hawaii, June 22, 1903.
quicker to send the supply
from this port. The Hanalei is still
in port and will not be sent on the
inter-island run for the present.
Negotiations are already reported
to be under way for a second trip
to the cable stations.
WrerkR 011 Many Konils.
Spokane, Wash., June 22. A
runaway coal car in the vicinity of
Spokane created a small panic in
railroad circles this morning.
The train finally left the track and
crashed into near-by houses, com
pletely wrecking them. Four per
sons were killed.
Cole Junction, Mo., June 22.
A freight collision took place here
today. Four train-hands were
Greuuvillehill, Wyo., Tune 22.
Four trainmen were killed in a rail
way collision near this town today.
King fetor Promotes Conspiracy.
Belgrade, June 2 1 . A proclama
tion issued by King Peter has been
made public. The king gazettes
the promotion of several officers in
the army. Among the number are
some of those who have been known
as conspirators, and who have been
believed to be responsible in a de
gree for the death of King Alexan
der and Queen Draga. The pro
motions are popular and the people
are preparing to give a notable re
ception to the King upon his arrival
It It t itue, ufe nd quick remedy,
There's ONLY ONE
Two ilzes, Mc. mil 60c,
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
I FRHNK DHVEY I
I PHOTOGRAPHER I
S: Mr. Davcy will be in 2
5 nuo on I my zst to stay 3 i . l-..!-.
BUNTING FLAGS, 6 to 12 Ret
FLACS OF ALL NATIONS
MOSS PAPER FESTOONING
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
E fifteen days only for 2
: tne purpose ot making -
sr He will do work in all S
r branches of PHOTO- :2
GRAPH Y and will be
Sr Located at the Stu- 3
dio of Mr. SILVA on S
s Waianuenue Street s
June 18, cleared. Amr. Bark Roderick
Dhu, Ungalls, master, 12 passen
gers with cargo of sugar (or, San
Francisco as follows: Hakalau,
10,000 bags; 1'cpeekeo, 8,000 bags;
Waiakea Mill, 7,000; Hilo Sugar
Co., 8,000 bags; Olaa 10,200 bags.
June 18, cleared, Auir. Schr. Golden
Shore, I. Kasuiusseu, master, in
ballast for Port Townsend, Wash
June 20, cleared, Amr. Bark Mnrtha
Davis, aicAimou, master, o pas
sengers with cargo of sugar and
general merchandise for San Fran
cisco. General merchandise $119;
sugar as follows; Houomu, 7,348
bags; Oiiomen, 15,074 bags, total
June 17. entered, Amr. Bark Amy Turner,
Warlanil, master. 12 uays irom sau
Fraucisco, 4 passengers and cargo
of general merchandise.
June 19, entered, Amr. S. S. Enterprise,
Miller, master, 9 uays irom ami
Francisco, 19 passengers, with car
go of general merchandise valued
Judge Liltle has notified Hilo
busy-bodies that he is running his
court according to law and for the
promotion of public business, and
not to suit the whims of street
comer gossipers. Evening Bulletin.
The Frazier-Logan book on Ha
waii, which has been issued with
legislative aid as an advertisement
for the Territory, is a beautiful
volume of 117 pages exclusive of
lauds now occupied by vested inter- those which, in the first edition,
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory 01 uawau.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
Atlas Insurance Co.
ASSISTS OVISR $12,000,000.
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
ASSETS OVKR Jo.oc 0.000.
German-American Insurance Co.
ASSISES OVER 10,000,000.
National Fire Insurance Co.
ASSETS OVER $6,000,000.
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
ASSETS OVKR $3,000,000.
'Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
ASSISTS OVER $3,000,000.
Losses promptly paid by these leading compmies.
A. II. JACKSON
WAIANUENUE STKEET, HILO
Watches and Jewelry
ALL KINDS OF JKWF.I.RY
MADF. TO ORDF.R AT
1'. I'liCK - President.
.. C. KHNNNDY Vice-Pre.
JOHN T. MOIR-.Iiid Vlct-Pren.
C. A. STOMU Cnililcr.
A. 1. SUTTON Secretary.
J. S.Cnnarlo, John J. Grace,
I'. S. Lyman, II. V. Patten.
Win, Pullar. V. II. Slilpman.
Flrtit Foreign Church.
Services next Sabbath as usual.
ing subject "Christ in the
Everybody welcome. F. L.
Just received by S. S. China, two hun
dred canary bitds, beautiful singers, al
$2.50 each. Send in your orders to
C. II. 11ROWN,
Administrater for D. G. Camarinos.
P. O. Ilox S07, Honolulu. 24-eow
Draw ISxcliuntie on
Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd.
San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.Ilank
Nitw York Wells Fargo & Co'n Hank.
London Glynn, Mills, Curriu & Co.
Hongkong anil Shanghai Hanking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo,
Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt
ly and carefully attend to all business con
nected with banking entrusted to it.
Sells and purchases Foreign Exchange,
issjes Letters of Credit.
arc given up to trade announce
ments. That the information about
Hawaii is accurate may be judged
from the fact that Daniel Logan
ests will I e ruthlessly cut up and
given to small holders, thus work
ing serious injury to vested capital.
This naner does not believe that
there is a single instance where the prepared it. The volume is a veri
United States government has pro-1 table cyclopaedia of things Hawaii
uioted a policy of destruction ! an and is charmingly and profusely
There is absolutely no reason why 'illustrated. Advertiser.
such a policy be expected or feared
in Federal dealings with this Terri
tory. Federal control of the lauds is a
practical solution that would ad
vance every interest of the Terri
tory, inspire greater confidence
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, small hull calves
for raibing, geebc, fresh home made
butter, canary birds. Inquire Hilo Drug
The San Frantisco Milli
ner, is in town with a
full line of strictly
L. TURNER & CO.
M.J. De Couvea's
JAS. M. SHAMANS, the well
known watchmaker, is to be found
here, and will turn out all work in
up-to-date manner. ALL WORK
Opposite Peacock & Co., - HILO
Rented by the Month or Year,
ticulars on Application.
muii.li: t. nuiiii.i uiui iiu iviii iiui 1 u is unicreu in
attempt to secure re-election to the August A. D. iot
Senate upon the expiration of his I ?,,.,,n",!j!!rI"i '"be a
Good Machinery. Steam rower.
Iii the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkohatk At Chamhhks.
In the matter of the Estate of MURA-1
KAMI, late of l'.iuuilo, Hamakua,
The petition and accounts of the Ad
uiinistratoi of the estate of said deceased
having been filed, wherein he asks that
his accounts be examined and approved,
and that a final order of distribution be
made of the property remaining in his
II11111111 Would Ho Ohio's (loycnior. "amis to tne persons tiiereto untitled;
, inai me neirs 111 sum estate may ue nicer
Cleveland, O., June 21. It is jtained and declared, and discharging him
said by close friends of Senator XXlnliiitor. ' re,poil8,,,mty "s HICU
HfuriMiK A TTfititm flint lift iirlll lint- T. tn nnl...1 .It... T.n.r.1... !.. 11( ,xt
""' l. .... - l illiwiKlui tm .utmrny, iiic lull ... , fimil!OHll
1903, at 9 o'clock n. 111., at J11'.. . --
e Court House at South 'CO WIN. I as I UN lltnv-nN I
rat! tl.lm ' A L. 1iiiaalll I 4 lit t fill f 1 t ft
tt.. ..Ai nn.i.:.:. :.. " '"-. " l!"- ."" ,n -" awij 11H.U.V..V
!.- nu.i. uiiiuiwuii la iinnnmteil tile tinii" imil lilnpi- for henriiiL' I
KING ST., HILO
is ready for business
Ol'I'ICK AND I.AUNDKY ON KINO
STKKHT llltl.OW THIUUNK Ol'l'IClt
GEO. MUMBY PROP
Makes Finest Bread.
Fresh Rolls and Buns
always pv hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party C.ilies a
ROBERT INNES LILLIE Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
Exporter of Island Produce.
Hooks Kepi nun auuhcii.
flitinnir thp new settlers wanted and said to be to secure election as Gov , said petition and accounts, and that all
nlncti the land ciuestion in Hawaii cr of Ohio, after which lie will persons interested may then and there jKoom ,, Spreckels1 Illock,
place tne lanu question in .wuii . f m.j,i!c i:fe appear und show cause, if any they have,
beyond the pale ot political maiiip-1 why tne same snonui not ue granted
11IIU, J41YVill!t JI"W ai yuj
illation or favoritism. It will pro
tect present industry and create
new. That is the sort of policy re
quired to develop the Territory.
Geneva, Switzerland, June 22.
King Peter I set out today for Bel
grade, lie was accompanied by a
large delegation of Servian officers,
llv the Court:
DANIFJ. I'ORTF.R, Clerk.
Uy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Smith & 1'ausons,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 34-4
NoTlCK Neither tlje Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mutsoii I.lne"
will be responsible for iiuy debts con
traded by the crew. R. V. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 34
HILO, - - - HAWAII
'li.llmcl. Nothing like
It. Heat llaUlncr uii ctrtli
1 r. Cinuint Curl lor Kunture.
World renowned. 27 linnruvtin'ti.
It ruptured iiiventli.'ala t onoo.
cl or write for "Hookut No. 1 "
MACNITIC E.TRISS CO.. 33 We.t Xltli Street. New
YoK, H, V. or 200 1'ort Strut, Bn I ramlw-u, Cul,
mS-i 7lTC .nt
Special rules by week ami mouth to
The sulphur hti-aiu baths have been
entirely remodeled and a new cabinet
added, making the finest steam b.iths
iu the country.
A new tennis court, a new croquet
ground and target range have been
The niniii building has been entirely
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD