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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1903.
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.'I1II.HIIKI KVKIIV I'KIUAV
HfKicK, Kind STKhhT. llitu, Hawaii.
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
I'uMWlirri. ami I'rupritlorf..
1'ra.ldetit C. C. KliNNBliv
Vlcc-lrelilcnt K- K. Kioiiakik
SecreUiy-llea.iiter I.. W. IIauohtii
Auditor A. K. Sutton
Director Omj. S. MoKmnik, 1) V. Maksii
Advrrtliemcuta .iiiiiccuuiianlnl by sjirclfic
lmtruclioii. imcrtcd until unlet c.l out.
Advertisement! ilUcoulliiu.il before ex plmtiuii
of tpeclfieJ (.erloil wilt le cliarneil ni If con
tinued fur lull t rrin.
Adilieii nil coimnuiilcntloiiH eltlier to llie
Kilttoriulor limlncm DeMrtuienl or Tiik Hilo
Tkiuu.nk 1'i'hlisiiino Ciimi-anv.
TliecolumiiaotTliK lino I'mni-KHarc nlwnva
open to communication on ubiect wllliln the
icope of the paper. To receive proper attention.
each article must lie algneil by lt author. The
name, when tleslred. will be held confidential.
I'hk ltli.ii TklHUNh Ih not tcrpotnllile for the
upinioiia or statements "I correpondeiil.
Wise &. Ross,
ATTORN KYS-AT-I.A W
Will practice In alt Couil or the Territory, and
the Supreme Court of the United Mates.
Office: TKIHUNI! llUII.DINO,
llrldue Street. IIII.O. HAWAII
C. M. i,Hlit.ON0
W. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chlnene Interpreters,
and Notary Public In Office.
Office: Skvkranck nuii.niNO,
Opposite Court House, IIII.O, HAWAII
J. CASTI.K RlDC.WAV THOS. C. RlDC.WAV
Ridgway & Ridgway
toticitors of Patents Oeneral Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
OI'l'ICK i Waiaiiiieuuc and midge Streets
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SCRGKON
Diseases of the eye
Hours: 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. 4:00 to 5:00
p. m. 7.00 to 8:00 p. m.
Sunday: 10:00 n. ui. to 12:00 noon.
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Surghon
Office, Wniauuenue St.
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30
to 8:30 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
KKAI, KSTATK, KTU.
I. JG. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, D. D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, I to 4.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
We oiler you nn investment guaranteed
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f lVO inisi V-Ol.ljpailics. 11 liny jjiiiiKc
von rich. This is no scheme or lake,
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.Send $2 wiTor INVESTMENT CERTIFI -
(ATM. If vim are not satisfied upon in-
vestiiration we give you vour money back,
WEI.TNER DUNN, I'iscnl Agents,
60 Ilroadwnv. New York.
AT-T TAC KSON
. XX. J-XiVvJVJ.
EIRE AND LIEE INSURANCE,
AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIFE
WA1ANUENUE STREET. - HILO
BISHOP & CO.
- Oahu, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the principal
i.io r !, Lnrlil
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Itlauds, either as Deposits, Collections
insurance or requests for Exchange.
CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY
Every Candidate for a County office in
the Counties of East Hnwnii, West I In
wall, Mntii nml Kntiai must file his nomi
nation (inner nt ttc ofl'icc of the Secretary
of the Territory, in Honolulu, not later
than s o'clock on the afternoon of Tues-
ilny, October 13th, 1903, accompanied by
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n tieposti 01 1 weiiiy-nve uonars.
No (nit son shall be eligible to n County I
l shall be elitiihle to n County 1
office unless of the nKe f I
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years, n citizen of the fcrri-1
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tory, iiud nit elector of the County or '
District in which the duties of the office
nre to be exercised, and n resident there-
in for three years immediately prccccdingy
such election and no person shnll
nfter be eligible to the office of District
Attorney who shall not have been ndmit-
ti-il lit nrnrtirp In lln hiiiireme Lonri ol
the Territory of Hawaii.
Nomination papers must be signed by
not less than twenty-five (25) duly iiunli
fied eleclots of the County for which such
election is to be held.
O. R. CARTHR,
Secretary of the Territory.
C. R. UUCKI.AN1),
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903. 46-4
TO WHOjM IT MAY CONCERN: Un
der instructions from the Superintendent
of Public Works, I hereby give notice
that with one exception all sections of
Act 25 relating to and concerning ve
hicles, tires and wheels will be enforced
from and nfter the 5th day of December,
A. D. 1903.
Section 2 of said Act will not be en-
(Signed) A. MDGATE,
Chairman Hamakua Road Hoard.
Ilamaktin, Sept. 22, 1903. 47-3
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii j"
In the Circuit Court, of the fourth Circuit.
At Chamiii'.rs In Pkohath.
In the matter of the estate of JOHNSON
The petition nml accounts or thc Ad- I'oanin ia 170 Kovcmucr. a. u. 1903, ma ,.. .:mnt,..i
miuistrator of the estate of said deceased ka hola 10 a. 111., ma ka Puka o ka Hale "ol l"-t" "'i-u.
having been filed wherein he asks that I Hookolokolo ma ke Kaona o Hilo. Mo- vinmn Aneirin fiot 1 Tbo
his accounts be examined and approved, jkuiHtni a Teritore o Hawaii, e kttkala ia ' uuul'1' usirnt, uli. 3. 1 iil
and that a finalorderbe made ofdistribu- "i keknhi niiin i hoike in malalo iho nei Secretary of the Austrian Ambassa
tionof the propertv remaining in his 1 i ka mea e kolio kiekte ana no ke Dala , . Tj:t,i o,,u ,.,
hands to the persons thereto entitled; Kuike no ka hoolnwa ana hoi i kn Mo-1 or l0 lllc Uintc(1 5ttiU gae out
that the heiis of s.tid estate may be ascer-1 lnki; a o ku aiun (lenei ka weheweheana: an interview today ill which lie
tamed nml declared, nml disclinrgllig llitu
from further tespotisibility as such Ad
It is ordered Hint Tuesday, the 101I1
day of November, 1903, nt 9 o'clock a. in.,
:iiambers, in the Courtroom of this
irt, at South Hilo, Hawaii, be nud the
le is nppoitited as the tiuie nnd place
henriiiL' said netition and accounts
1 ,.t,"r.'",?.s.!(' hT ' "V .".?V.' r
and that nil persons interested may then
incl there nniicar nnd snow cause. 11 auv
they have, why the prayer of the petition
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hnwnii, Oct. b, 1903.
Ily the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk,
lly Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk
Wisp. & Ross,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 49-4
I United Stntes of America
territory 01 tinwnii 1
( In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
AT ClIAMIU'.KS IN l'KOIIATK.
In the matter of the Estate of l'RAN
CISCO SIMAO, deceased.
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deiros Vidiuhn. nravim that Letters
D.it. tl.it. l.ii'it,,, linim ftl.nl I... Incn Mn.
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testamentary lie issued to nvnugclluo ila
buva in me anove estate,
Tt Its r,r.1nruil tllnl li jl ,1 . tin -Willi
i ia uuikiMi umt instiuj , niw rfwu.
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day ol uctouer, A. 1). 1903, at 9 o'clock
, a. in., be and hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said petition,
in the Court room of this Court, at South
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all
persons interested may appear nnd show
cause, if any they have, why the pr.ijer
of said petition should not be granted.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 23, 1903.
lly the Court:
l)ANlIjI, rounm, Clerk
llii I' linu I Illrtlininl. Il.iniilii (Mi.li
Smith & Pakso.ns,
iij -ii.ii. jjitt.iii.wk.il, jijiutt .KiA,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Xotic( to Creditors.
United States of America ) cu
lerrilory 01 linwnu )
In llwt'irrnit Court of tint Kmirlb firriilt.
AT ClIAMllltKS-lN l'KOIUTK.
Iu the matter of the F.stateof LI LI HAN A
I. (w.), deceased.
.Miutc 1-, ni'icuy ivi-ii iiiuv 1111; iiiiuei -
signed has been unpointed Administrator
of the estate of I.iiihiiua I. (w.),of Ptiueo,
Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
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Alicreiiuorsoi sain neceaseii areuereiiy
notified to present their claims, whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified and
with projicr vouchers, if any, to the tin
All creditors of said deceased are hereby
dersigued iu Hilo, Islnuil and Territory
'f Hawaii, within six months from the 1
date of this notice, or such claims, ifany,
will be forever barred,
lnytfM) T, , 0ct. 7, ,903.
W. GEO. KAIHENUI,
! F. S. I.vman & R. A. I.V.MAN,
Mortgagee's Notice of
Foreclosure and Sale.
In ncconlanci! with the provisions ofn
ccrtnln niortiiime made by Mimucl Gon-
stives ocrrBonnuiunriinjuiiNiivcsioi.-iiiiu. i
of Pnatillo. in the island and Territory ..f I
Hnwnii, to Jouo Antonio, of Hilo, in the
Island nncl Territory ol linwnu. Hearing
dntc the 20th dny of September, A. I).
Registrar of Conveyances nt Honolulu, I
IOMU. UIIU IIXUMIUI 111 U1U UUUV Ml UIC .
iT. II.. on the 27th any of Novrmlier, A
1 1). 1899, in Volume No. 199 nt Pages 344
, -. .,lcteofi ,( wi,ici, sa,( mortgage
Ims been for value ilttly assigned to the
ims neen lor vniue iiuty assiguea 10 me
uudersiKiied, notice is hereby Kiven tlmt
the undersigned assignee 01 siiiil mort-
KMKC intcntls to foreclose the sitne for a
bleach of the conditions thereof, to-wit
The non-payment of the principal sunt
"". interest secured thctcby when the
Nolice is ns0 ,ler(!i Kvcn tiiat on
there-iTuesdny. the 17th dny of November. A.
1 1). I93. nt 10 o'clock n. m. on said tiny, 1
ni me iroui uoor 01 me v.ouri. ijuum.-, hi
the Town of Hilo, Island and Territory
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conveved liv siiid niortL'aL'c. to-wit: 1
conveyed by said mortgage, to-wit: (
All and slnplnr that certain piece or 1
parcel of land situate at l'nnuilo, known
as Lot No 12 of Hoinestend Mnp No.5,
the same having been granted to the said
'Mnnocl GousalvcsSerrno by the Hawaiian
Government, by Patent No. 4241, dated
the 21st day of September, A. D. 1898,
and containing an area of 25.6 acres more
or less will UsmIiU Public Auction to ,
the highest bidder for cash in L . S. Gold .
Coin to wtisfy siiiil mortgage.
Ubi. if. anKKAU,
Wish & Ross.
Attorneys fur Mortgagee. 49-4 J
Hoolaha ILoopaa a Kuai
E like mc 11a men i nc like in tunloko o
keknhi molnki i liniin la mnwaciia o
Manuel Gonsnlves Senao mc Maria Gou-
salvcs Scrrno o Paauilo o ka Mokupuni a
Hilo o ka Mokupuni a Teritore o Hawaii,
riiiiri-ii ii 11 v 1 . 11 mi- 111,111 it 11111111U i
1 liana i.t 111a kn la 20 o beptciuner, A. u.
1899, n i hookomo la 1 ke Keena o kn
Luna Knkau 1'nlapaln uin Honolulu, T.
lluke Hclu 139 aoao 344 nine 345 oin
HUKe, a 1 11001110 la 1101 ua iuijiiiki ni-i i
ka mea malnlo iho nci; n nolaila ke boo-
lalia aku nci ka men i hoolilo ia aka ni
ua Molaki nei e lioopaa ana oia iua Mo-
lakl nei no kn uhaki ia una o na nelike e
like me ua mea e hoike in nun malnlo iho
No kn hookaa ia ole o ke kuniupaa u
tiku (Miice i kn mntiawa e like me ka mea
i hoike ia i loko o ka Molaki.
Nolaila kc lioolaha ia nku nci ma ka
I , w kuiu uiu uiiuu e wumu .. 1 .. -
llo, uoua ka Hclu 12 o ua home hooku-
ouootio i hoike ia ma ka Palapala Alua
Hookuonoouo Hclu 5, n i hoolilo ia mai
hoi ia Manoel Gonsalves Serrao e ke
Aupuiii Hnwnii ma kn Palapala Siln Hclu
4i 1" o Setember, A. D. 1898, a 11011.1
' ua Eka he 25,6, oi aku palm a etui inai
' ' inst? r. . sitiiUAo.
JOSE G. SERRAO,
Men Pan Molaki
i Wisk & Ross,
' Nn I.oio o ka men Pan Molaki
Administrator's Sale or!lmvelakc" t),ace "ear Kratovo in
Ileal and Personal
. Notice is Hereby given tliat in pur-
' stiance of an order made and entered by
the Ciicuit Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii,
in probate, oil tlie 22ml day ol beptem
her, A. I). 1903, in the matter of the
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call! li: UI J 113; -IU,!l..l J .11.1. 111. UVLt-nLI,
1 In- mih1it1imici1 mliiiinistrntor of sniil
1 estate will sell at public auction subject
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to conlmnatioi. uy nuu court tne lonow-
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m ui-bcriucu Jem mni jn:i(u.iu. j'ttjiii-i ij
situate in the District of hotitlt Hilo,
Island and Territory of Hnwnii, to-wit:
l 2.1 acres and more particularly described
1 as follows, to-wit:
Ik-ginning nt the Eust angle being also
1,010. 401 jvuKiiau aim, ciiiHiiiiiiuK
the South angle of lot 2 the boundary,
i runs by true meridian. I
1 1. s. 60 deg. ooinin. W. 295 feetnlong I
! ttreet to South angle.
I j. N. 30 deg. 00 min. W. 145 feet along
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nn 4w. 5 10 L-Miiugie 111 j-viaiiiiiiisireniii
1 3. N. 49 deg. 30 uiiu. w. 70 feetnlong
j iii Alannio stream to X on rock iu bed of
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a. N.7deL'. ao min. w.ast feet nioiiif
middle of stream to X on rock in bed of
5. N. 40 deg. 00 iniii.E. 105 feet nloug
bed ol stream to stake
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I 6. b. 30 (leg. OOllli
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kj. kj- vv' limit juu 1
iot f,'. 3 to j)0lMl 0f beginning.
Also the lease-hold interest of said de.
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1 L'cuseu ill iui ju. i, 1 uiiiiiuiw.ii, eoniaill-
iug 5 ncres and expiring about 8 years
from the date hereof.
Said sale will be made at Public Auc -
tion at 11 o'clock n. in., on Tuesday, the
11011 at 11 o ciock n. m., oil 1 iiesuny, lite
27th day of October. A. I). 1903, at the
front door of the Court House, iu the
' District of South Hilo, Island and Terri-
tory of Hnwnii,
Wltll Cfllf. U111 111 1l11tlt til till llllfllaikt
bidder iu cash iu United States gold coin.
JOSE GOMEZ SERRAO,
Aduiiiiistralorofthe Estate ofJoseGoiucj:
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator.
. Paris, Oct. 4. Anti-clerical liots
nie reported in Hi ittany.
Rome, October 3. Fifteen silver
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chalices are missing from St. Peters
San Ernncisco, Oct. 4. Eugene
Deuprey, one of the best known
t i 111
lawyers 111 oan i-rancisco, men nere
iMarionettc, Mich., Oct. .. The
steamer llacklcy ca()size(l in today's
storms. Kleven were drowned.
Nine were saved.
Princeton, 111., Oct. 4. A tor
nado which destroyed much prop-
erty here today, killed threepcople.
Others were injured.
Taku, October 3. -The United
Mates Sttlewiieel gtuiDoat jMoiio-
Clcy (ms ()ec, sot( U) n Jai,aese
IllClUllillll 1UI J11,UUU,
Hutte, Montana, Oct. 5. Gen
eral William Passmore Carlin, a re
tired officer of the United States
A tlicd , t0(1
J ' J
, Sofiai 0ct 5,Serious fighting
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.is reported between the lurks and I
Bulgarians in Demirkajria with
Shanghai, Oct. 4. China has re-
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fused the request of lrance to be
allowed to station troops 111 Min-
kiang. Trouble may result.
Toronto, October 3. Stern has
, bee or(icrcii extradited
United States where he is wanted I
; connec,on wt, t1L. p0Stnl fraluls.
. 1 '
Sai0llcn 0ct. 5 Twenty Turk-
lsh Villages were burned III thc
, i ilicfrirl nfli-r n Initio in
j Kazl0S UlSUICt alter a Dattle 111
which two thousand Turks were
I Waupacai Wisconsin, Oct. 4.-
Hive were killed iii a cyclone that
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' swePt. tliroilgll tills part of WlSCOll-
' sin today. The nronertv loss has
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lNew ork Uct 3- l'- L. t-.rosljy,
an ex-convict, has been arrested at
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--iier lor ml.iiiih, a man poin.11 .11
j Philadelphia on September 8, con -
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taming negotiable paper valued at
taming negotiable paper
Sofia, Oct. 3. Hive engagements
which 5000 lurks routed the 111
isurgent forces. Six thousand
Turkish troops were routed in the
Constantinople, Oct. 3. Theie
has been desperate fighting at I.o -
covo on the Servian frontier, the
; insurgents using bombs. Locovo
IS III llailieS,
The Turks have lost
300 men including several officers.
1nri8 Opf 1. P1w KriMinli fv
a -. ! (taaaiBa
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'"UK OI J - I ry, vaiueu at S4.000,-
. 000 aim itueiuiea lor mc bt. mums
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I Exposition, IS Stored 111 the COIIVCH
I of Amlieii where it is bosioiu'd.
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number or monks have been ar-
Vienna, Oct. 5. At the close of
illj. tlt Is . Afe ltnftlll.k.Mt M... .. ..
1 ll"- -wiin:i.-in.f uciwcun 1111: v..ur in
ius.sia and the Emperor of Austria,
a joint note was issued iu which
I tie two iiionarclis pledged the
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1 strength of their countries 111 at-
flemptliiB to secure Macedonian re -
I Loudon. Eueland. Oct. 1.- Hon.
to..i. rM..iu.rln; l,nc .V..n,l n'
jusw 111 .jjt,ij.'wj jiiijj ji.ia j.ii,j (i
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manifesto dealing with the issues
before the British ntiblic which
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, Drouglll aootll IMS resignation as
, l"uK"1 "uuui ju.t iaibiwm
, Secretary for the Colonies. CI
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bcrlatu deals with his subject
I masterly and convincing manner.
He flat-footcdly opposes a coutinua-
. ti0n of the British free trade policy
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1 and makes a strong plea for closer
commercial union between the
British Government and its colonies.
1 Jiritisii uoveriimeiu aim us colonics.
HON US TAKKN.
Seen 1 lly.
"Washington, Oct. 3.
"Treasurer decides to accept this
issue of bonds up to ninety, as
security for Govern incut deposits
and as substitute for Government
bonds to increase circulation. Trust
Hawaii appreciates the administra
tion's extraordinary favor. Leave
for New York.
The above cablegram was receiv
ed bv Treasurer Kepoikai from
Secretary Carter shortly alter 10
o'clock this morning. Thc Treas
urer immediately took the message
to thc Governor, who was hearing
the Kohala ditch matter in thc ex
Later the Treasurer framed the
"Honolulu, Oct. 3.
"Carter, New York:
"We appreciate the administra
tion's extraordinary favor and con
gratulate you on your success.
The Governor, being busily en-
iBnged in the Kohala matter when
thc cable was rccdml( made
pnninmnt tlinrnmi nncuitirr liin mni!.
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sage to buperiutcndent of Public
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Carter undoubtedly records the very
satisfactory result of correspondence
I that has been going on between the
Secretary of the Treasury and
Cashier Cooper of the Hirst National
llelmni's Fast Mile.
New York, September 25. Thc
big event today at the Empire City
track was the effort of the champion
gelding, Major Deltnar, to beat his
own record of 2:00 and beat the
world's record of 2:00, held by Lou
Dillon. He trotted a most wonder
ful mile, and in a game but tiring
finish shot under the wire in thc
After a preliminary warming up
thc gelding champion came out for
his great trial at 4:30 o'clock. He
went round the first turn, broke and
came back. At the second attempt
' 1,e wellt away as Steady as a Clock,
, a. l0Uiri a sow beuinner cot
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, to the quarter in 0:30 'i. Up the
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he went away as steady as a clock,
back stretch he shot with such
lightning rapidity that he flashed
by the half-mile pole in 0:59. The
grand stand arose and cheered as
the gallant son of Deltnar flew
round the top turn to the three
quarter pole in 1:29 and came home
to the wire in 2:00, thus equaling
! tlle lime of 11 Billon. It was a
' spleiulitl performance by the aniniol
' which only this week changed
owners at the highest price $40,-
1 000 ever paid for a gelding. Major
1 Deltnar is a Iew York animal,
bred, foaled, trained and owned in
the Empire State, but Deltnar, his
sire, was imported from California.
Two running horses, hitched to
sulkys, were provided for pace-
j makers. The sulky equipped with
the wind shield was driven by
'George R. Shears, the regular
j trainer for E. E. Smathers, Major
fl . .
, iJcituar's owner.
Washington, Oct. 3
' uural Kempfl will retire October 11.
London, Oct. 5. The Russian
mi Japanese negotiations regard-
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nig uie siiiiaiioii are proceeding
Los Angles, Oct. 5. In a train
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collision Ml tlie Uiatsuooil Park
! Tunnel four persons were killed
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1 wreeu at i.ang one person was
! killed and one seriously injured.
Washington, October 5. Peter
Elliott, the man who made such
strenuous efforts to see President
Roosevelt today and who caused
the fight in which the guards were
injured, has been sent to thc Insane
ItogM ration Mutter Is (,'nushluriMl
lu tln Supreme (,'oitil.
Honolulu, Oct. 6. Chief Jus
tice Hrear, Associate Galbrnith and
Circuit Judge De Bolt were the
members of the Supreme Court sit
ting this morning in the case of
George II. Eairchild against the
Kaui Board of Registration, a man
damus proceeding to compel the
board " -agister Eairchild as a vo
ter for the coming county election.
Eairchild was represented by At
torney Prosser of Kauai and R. W.
Breckons, while J. D. Willard of
Kauai and Attorney General An
drews appeared for the board.
Breckons had the pleasure of ap
pearing for himself as well as his
client, for he told the court that he
was in the same class as Eairchild.
" I have lived here nearly two
years ," he said "and am no longer
a citizen of Wyoming, and if I can
not be allowed to register and par
ticipate as a voter in this coming
election, it is certainly a hardship
and an injustice." Breckons claims
that the court should avoid a situ
ation if it can be done without vio
lation of the law.
In thc course of his argument
Andrews stated that there was not
time for making new lists of regis
tration, and that a decision to the
effect that they are required would
defeat the whole county act as far
as the election was concerned. He
contended that the law required
registration as a qulification for
voting and that thc statutes did not
provide for meetings of the boards
of registration at this time for the
The question of whether registra
tion is a qualification of au elector
or a mere election regulation was
principally discussed by Breckons
before the noon adjournment. It
was declared to be of great impor
tance as containing possibilities of
another mandamus proceedings in
thc event of the present writ being
denied. Eairchild is a nominee for
office, and the law says that only
"qualifiul electors" may be candi
dates. If he is not allowed to regis
ter the question will arise whether
a man can be a qualified voter with
out being registered, and Breckons
said that if the court didn't cover
this question in its forthcoming
opinion there would have to be
another mandamus to get Eair
child's name on, the official ballot.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 5. An im
mediate crisis in Korea is not ex
pected nt the present time.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 3. Sec
retary of the Treasury Shaw today
informed Secretary George R. Car
ter that he would .accept bonds of
I the Hawaiian loan of $1,229,000 as
security for national bank deposits
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uiiu V.U1.UUIUU11 uji iu yu per cent,
of their face value. This places
the Hawaiian bonds on the same
j basis as United States bonds.
A HOME COMPANY
Organized I'nder the Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest
ments and Real Estntc.
Homes Ituilt 011 the Installment PI1111
Tho Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KENTWELL.
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