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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLAND
OCTOBER 16, 1903.
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PltM.ISltl.t. HVHKY 1'KIDAY
UrrtCK, Kino Strekt, H1t.11, Hawaii.
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Hilp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
'nlllhern and I'roprlctor.
Preilde.it C. C. Kkinkdv
K. E. KiCHARIi" I
Secretary! rei.urer I.. V. IUWorth "vmB i:cii iiicu ouocm us ..s-.-. .......
AuJltor A. jf. sutton ltis accounts be examined anil approved,
Uirectorr.Z..'.ijRo!'s!'McKR.NiiK,'l) W. Mahiii , --l ll'"" final order be made ordistribil-
I tion of the property remaining in ids
Advertisement. jii.ccon.panlc.t by specific ' bands to the persons thereto entitled;
iMtcuclloiin tnterlt-.l until imlered out. that the hells of said estate may lie nicer-
Advertisement, discontinued befiirciplrattoii .Uilncil mill declared. Olid discliart-iuK him
of specified period will be churned ns If con- from further responsibility as such Ad
tluued for lull term. 1 minlstr.ttor.
Addres, all commtitilcatlons either to the It is ordered Hint Tuesday, the loth
Udltorlalor liiislueis Uep.ulinents of Tiih IIilo ,tn.. 0 November, 1903, nt 9 o'clock 11. III.,
TRiuuNKi-OHMsiiiNiiCoMi-ANV. ' nt Chamber, in the Courtroom of this
fhecoluinnsol Tiik lino Tkibun,. arcnlwav Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, bo uud the
open to comi.ninlcutloi.s 011 1 u;l" "'"j S.',.' same is appointed as the time nnd place
scone uf the ii.iucr. To receive proper uueiiioiit i . i
ec'i article iiiiist be slKiied by It. author. The for hearing said petition and uccounls,
nme, when desired, will be held confidential nud that nil persons interested may then
run IIilo TRiiniXh Is 1101 rcrponsible for the j ,, u,Kar aw show cause, if nn
opinions or .tatemenl. of corropoiulcnls. j .. 1 lhc J1nyerof lhe 1)cliliof,
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United State of America )
Territory of Hawaii )
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiihks In Puoiiati,.
In the ttmttcr of tlte estate of JOHNSON
The nctitiou and accounts of the Ad-
miiiisirn.or 01 wie csui.e ui Mini tiet:.:.isi-.i
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suouid not lie Krnuien.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 6, 1903.
Ily the Court:
DAN IKK PORTKR. Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 49-4
United States of America ) ss
Terrilorv of Hawaii j"'
In the Circuit Court of the l-'ourth Circuit.
AT Chamiihks In PkouaTK.
In the mutter of the IJstate of FRAN
CISCO Sl.MAO, deceased.
Petition having been filed by Jose Ma-
deiros Vidiiih.i, prnjing that Letters
Testamentary be issued to Hv.iugeliuo da
hllva in the uliove . state,
It is otdered that Tuesday, the 20th
day ol October, A. D. 1903, at y o'clock
a. in., lie anil hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said petition,
in the Court room ol tins lourl, at bmun
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place nil
persons interested may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
or sai. I petition should not oe granted.
Dateil Hilo, Hawaii. Sept. 23, 1903.
Ily the Court:
DANIKL PORTKR. Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Smith it I'aksons,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 47-3
United States of America ) ss
Territory of Hawaii f
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
J. V. RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. IIIRO-
The Territory of Haunii; to the High
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
his Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island
of Hawaii, or his Deputy.
You are commanded to summon M. R.
Hirochi, of Hilo, Hawaii, deleudniit, in
case he shall file written answer within
three mouths of the date of this summons,
to be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the Febiuarv Term thereof, to
be hidden at South Hilo, Island ol Ha
waii, on Wednesday, the 17th day of
February next, nt 10 o'clock n. in., to
show cause why tlte claim of J. V. Ray,
plaintiff, should not be awarded to him
pursuant to the tenor of his annexed
And have you then nud there this writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness HON. CIL11KRT K. LITTLK.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Circuit nt Smih Hilo, Hawaii, this
18th day of August, 1903.
DANIKL PORTKR, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
I certify the ftireuoing to be a true
copy of the Summons in said cause and
that said Court ordered publication of
the same for three months from the date
lttrinf ntiil rntitititHiiifL. of Krtiil cmse '
until the February Term of this Court.
Dated Hilo, Hnwnii, Oct. 13, 1903.
DANIKL PORTKR, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50-31110.
Notice of (jiiimliiin's Sale
ol Ileal Estate.
Notice is hereby gien that in pur
suance of nil order ol sale made nud en
tered liv the Circuit Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, in Probate, nt Chambers, on the
15th day of September, A. D. 1903, iu the
matter ol the guardianship of Henry
Nakapuahi, a minor, the undersigned
guardian of the person and estate of said
minor will sell nt public miction to the
highest bidder for ensh at the upset price
of One thousand ( 1000) dollars, subject
to the confirmation thereof of the said
Judge of said Court, an undivided half
interest in eight nud one-half acres of
laud, situate iu the village of Pnautlo,
Hnuinkua, Hnwnii, on the maiika or west
side of the Government road from IIilo to
Wnipio, and on the east side of the ravine
that is on the wuipto side ol raauilo
bam sale to De made 011 the 23rd day
of October. A. I) 1903, nt 12 o'clock
noon, nt the front door of the Court
Ilousetn lite town 01 Illlo, island and
F. S. Lyman & R. A. Lyman,
Attorneys for Guardian.
The above bale is postponed to Friday,
October 30. !93. "t the same hour nnd
.unrwvi.r.iwi 11. isnrvAiumn i.u
Guardian of the person and estate of
Henry Nakapuahi, a minor.
Hilo, the 16th day of Oct.,
lerntory of Hawaii, deed at purchaser's 1 inj, 5 acrt.s nmi expiriK ai)out 8 yL.lir!,
expense. ,...,.,... 1 from the date hereof.
MAKALI'.KA R. NAKAPUAHI 1.0, S,li(l sflle ,viu ,)e ,iuk. nl iubHc Auc.
Guardian of the person and estate of ; tiol. Ilt o-ci0ck , ,,.., o Tuesday, the
Henry Naknpuahi, n niinor. . ,7li, ,i(iy 0f October, A. D. 1903, nt the
Dated nt Hilo, the 15th day of .Sept., 1903. frm,i ,ln.,r ,r Un. cnnri I in,,.... :.. h...
Mortgagee's Notice l';fl(
Foreclosure and Sale. :
In accordance with the provisions of a
certain mortgage made by iUnuocI Con
salves Serraoaud Maria Gonial vcubermo,
of 1'aaullo, in the Island nud Territory of
Hnwnil, to Joao Antonio, ol Hilo, in the
Island and Territory of Hawaii, bearing
ilnti- the loth ilnv of Scnteniber. A. I).
1899, and recorded in the Office ol the
Registrar of Conveyances nt Honolulu,
T. II., 011 the 37th (lay of November, A. '
1). 1899, in Volutin.' No. 199 at Pages 344 ,
and 315 thereof, nud which said mortgnge
has been for value duly assigned to the '
undersigned, notice ts iierciiy given tnnt
the undersigned assignee of said mort
gage intends to foreclose the same for a
lueacli ol the conilitlonstllereoi.io.wu
Tlii- nmi.navtiiLMit of the nrincltul sum I
and interest secured thereby when t.ic(0
en,., n lt..f-i,,1 illlt fldll llflVflllll. i
Notice is also hereby given that on j
Tuesday, the 17th day or November. A
1). 1903, nt to o'clock n. in. 011 said dnv,
nt the front door of the Court House, in
the Town of Hilo, Islnnd nud Territory
of Hnwnii, the following real property
conveyed by said mortgage, to-wit:
All and singular that certain piece or
parcel of landvsituate nt Paauilo, known
us Lot No 1 2 of Homestead Mop No. 5,
the same having been granted to the said
Manuel Oousal ves Serrao by the Hnwniiuu
Government by Patent No. 4241, dated
the 21st day ol September, A. D. 189S,
and containing an area of 25.6 acres more
or less, will be sold at Public Auction to
the highest bidder for cash tit U. S. Gold
Coin to satisfy said mortgage.
JOSK G. SKRRAO,
Wish & Ross.
Attorneys fur Mortgagee. 49-4
Jloolalin HooMia a Kuni
K like me ua men i ae like in maloko o
keknhi molaki 1 liana ia mawaeua o
Mauovl Gousilves Ser.ao me Maria Gon
salves Serrao n Paauilo o ka Mokupuui a
Teritore o Hawaii, a me Joao Antonio o
Hilo o ka Mokupuui n Teritore o Hawaii,
i liana ia ma ka la 20 o September, A. D.
1899, n i hookomo ia i ke Keeua o ka
Luna Knkau Palnpnla tun Honolulu, T.
II., ,111a ku In 27 o November, A. D. 1899,
Iluke Helu 199 noao 344 ame 345 01a
Iluke, u i hoolilo ia hoi un Molaki nei i
ka mea malalo iho nei; n uolaila ke hoo
lahn nku nei ka men i hoolilo ia nku ui
ua Molaki nei e hoopna ana oia itia Mo
laki nei no ka uhnki ia una o nn uelike c
like me mi mea e hoike in ana malalo iho
No ka hookaa ia ole o ke kumupan n
nku nance i ka tmiiiawn c like me ku mea
i hoike in i loko o kn Molaki.
Nolnila kc hoolahn in nku nei mn kn
Po.duA l.i 170 November, A. D. 1903, mn
ku holn ion. m., mn kn Puku o ku Hide
Hookolokolo ma ke Kaoua o Hilo, Mo-1
, 1 .. ,:. n- :: .. i...t.ni :.
Klimilll 11 j cruuiL- u I1UWU1I, v kukuiu J.l
ui keknhi ninn i hoike ia malalo iho nei
1 kn men e koho kiekie ana 110 ke D.iln
Kuike no ka lioolawa nun hoi i kn Mo
laki; a o ka aiua peuei ku wehewehe nua:
O kela aiua apau c wnihn ala ma Paau
ilo, noun ka Helu 12 o ua home hooku
01100110 i hoike ia mn ku Pnlupnla Aiua
Hookuouonno Helu 5, n i hoolilo ia mai
hoi ia Mauoel Gons lives Serrao eke
Auptiui Hnwnii urn kn Pulnpala Siln Helu 1
4241 In 21 o Setcmncr, A. 1). 109s, it noun
in Kkn he 25,6, oi nku palm a etui mai
JOSK G. SKRRAO,
Men Pan Molnki.
Wish & Ross,
Nn Loio o kn men Pigi Molnki.
Administrator's "s a 1 c o
niNU aim riM'sonai
Notice is hereby given Hint in pur-
1 sunuce ol an order made nnd entered by
I the Ciicuit Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hnwnii,
in probate, on the 22nd day ol Septem -
her, A. I). 1903, iu the matter of the
estate of Jose Gomes Jnrdine. deceased,
the undersigned administrator of said
n.lnln a at S 1 1 f.ill ( ...1.1Ir fi.lritlr,,, .,1t!i...t
CniDlv ..lit SV.I ,, I'MUIIa HllvUUII OHtJIau, i
In nr.,, fic.inl t.t,. li.i L'lfjl lmtrt ,1,1. ffl1l1. '
l.J V.. Ill, II 1.1...I...I UJ n.lt'l u.,h ..... u,w,.-
ing described real and personal properly
situate in the District of South Hilo,
Island uud Territory of Hnwnii, to-wit:
Lot No. 4 of Kuktinu 2nd, containing
2.1 acres nnd more particularly described
as follows, to wit:
Ilegiiiuiiig lit the Kasl angle being also
the South angle of jot 2 the boundary
runs by true meridian,
1 . S. 60 deg. 00 niin. W. 295 feet along
street to South angle. .
2. N. 30 deg. 00 mill. W. 145 feet along
lot No. s to Westnugle iu Ahiunio stream.
3. N. 49 deg. 30 mill. W. 70 feet nlong
iu Alauaio stream to X 011 rock iu bed of
4. N. 7 deg. 40 niin. W. 253 feet along
middle of stream to X 011 rock iu bed of
5. N. 40 deg. 00 mill. K. 105 feet along
bed of stream to stake ut North angle.
6. S. 30 deg. 00 mill. K. 5J feet up
hank or stream to West angle ot lot No. 2,
?. s. 3 .w. 00 mill, j. 386 ft.ut 01,K
1 iol No, 2 to point f beginning,
Also the lcnse-hold interest of said de-
ceased In lot No. 2. Pouohiiwai. eontain
rtluiri, ,r Cr,i,ti trii.i Tui,i ,....i 'i....-i
tory of Hawaii. '
ouiuMiie wiii ue iiiuiieui me uiguesi
bidder iu cash iu United States gold cwin.
Conveyances at putchascr's expense.
JOSK GOMK. SKRRAO,
Administrator of the Kstuleof Jose Gome..
Wisit & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator. 47-4
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1 From This Island Arc First to Reach the
.icrc the Devil's Own Home Roars as an
Infernal Pit of Fire and Smoke and Wicrd Noise
Temperature at night 20 Above Zero.
With the roar of a tempest at j
sea, the crater at Manila l,oal
CrcetCtl tile first Visitors WllO Stood
U)e tuoilllttiill top last Tuesday
night ami looked down upon the
lake of fire. The roar and pound-'
ing of a heavy surf came from the
deep cavernous pit of Moktiaweo
weo. It was the dashing of a score
of fire geysers. They shot their
giant columns from two to six
hundred feet in height, the whole
enormous weight of uphurled lava,
red i;ot boulders and shrapnel fall-
ing back again into the seething, j
whit'. hot lake, with a rumble and
a cr-5-h that was np"alling.
The IIilo party arrived at the
brink of the volcano Tuesday after
noon at 2 o'clock. There were
thirteen in the party. Kucli mail
had his horse or mule, and two pack
animals carried blankets and water
and other necessaries for the com
pany. The cavalcade left Mou
sarrXt's ranch Monday morning.
Hy : o'clock p. 111. they had reached
the o,ooo foot level, where they
camped until 7 a. in. Tuesday
morning, when they started for the
trip across one of the blackest lava
stretches in the world. Under a
tropic sun the temperature kept
falling as the travellers mounted
higher and higher into the alti
ld..m and when they reached the
summit the mercury stood several
degrees below the freezing point.
The excitement and exertion of the
innrnev. with the rarified air nro-
duced mountain sickness. Kvery
member of the party experienced a
sickening attack, and while before
them was spread a scene more mag
nificent ami awesome than was ever
conceived in the imagination of the
immortal Dant;, they all threw
themselves down on the cold lava,
rolled up in blankets and suffered
the tortures of anaemia of the brain.
All Tuesday night, fifteen horses
and mules pawed the lava crust
Vitt'ithhlla fpw ydsof the deep wails
of Mokuaweoweo. I bey nibbled
at Uie bark),
the barley brought aloim in
sacks, gave occasional incompre
hensible glances into the fiery pit
and whinnied for water, of which
they were deprived three days by
1 the trip,
1 MM, ., i,arru ,,, ,,,, r
lle. sct-'e 1)eforc "Ie l,artv of
spectators was one constructed Oil
; ,illnc ,n, rn.r nr Mn.
kuaweoweo is something like three
by seven miles iu dimension. Its
floor is something like a thousand
feet from the upper rim. About
one mile from where the observers
sat with their feet dangling over
the lofty rim, was a small inner
crater, guessed to be one fourth of
a mile iu diameter. Within this
narrower circle is the lake of fire.
It is a lake that does not rest.
From its surface shoots the geysers
of lava, which illuminate the vaster
crater and the distant walls of lava.
These jets of fire play constantly.
I There is no intermission. lhe
commotion of light, and sound, re
flection and echo fills the soul of
the beholder with bewildering en
chantment. Mountain sickness
and the pinching cold are almost
forgotten in the presence of these
til it Ionian nvrnti-Hinins.
I Over the riiu of the small inner
1 crater, the lava lias nroKen aim
flows out into the larger urea, still
hundreds of feet below the summit,
iu a broad red and yellow stream,
extending for a mile over the big
crater bed. Front this moving
VA GEYSERS IN
THE MAUNA LOA CRATER.
molten mass nil colors nrc given
out from that of yellow molten gold
to the fnditig pink of iron, cooling
under the hammering of the forge.
Out of the deep abyss, rolling and
tossing emerges a steady column of
smoke and vapor rising high above
the heads of the watchers and los
ing itself in the clouds. The fierce
fires below illuminate these tossing
billows of smoke thousands of feet
in height. This light is reflected
back to the broad black plateau of
lava which extends for miles in a
flat tableland around the great
crater It is this upper illumina
tion that can be seen from IIilo, the
Volcano House and nearly all
points on the Island. This is the
spectacle free to nearly all the in
habitants of Hawaii from their
doorsteps and visible from ships
that sail the coasts of the Island.
The fiery fountains which are the
source of the light are hidden with
in the confines of the great amphi
theater of Mokuaweoweo and can
not be seen except by those who
brave the trail and climb to the
brow of Mauna I,oa, over 13,000
The Hilo party broke their vigil
at the edge of the crater Wednesday
morning at 7 o'clock and by 7:30
p. iu. were at the Volcano House,
relating their stories with their feet
under Bidgood's mahogany. On the
down trip, the mountain sickness
left every one rapidly. It stayed
witn a lew until below the 10,000
R. T. Guard, who accompanied
the first party to reach Mokuaweo
weo, arrived in IIilo yesterday
morning. To a Tkihunk repre
sentative Mr. Guard said: "The
sight from the summit into the
great crater is beyond description.
The roar of the mighty fire geysers
sounded like the smashing of heavy
seas against the rocks. The spout
ing columns of white hot lava arose
in great incandescent geysers to
heights of several hundred feet and
would fall buck as blackened bould
ers and huge chunks of congealed
cinder. The impressive grandeur
of the scene was overwhelming.
Speechless we stood and gazed.
Indescribable feelings kept pace j
Willi 111c mucin manic iiuciii.- mi-iuiu-
tts. As for myself, I did not at-
tempt to control the emotions stirred
by the mighty panorama ot fire be -
fore me. 1 he sublimity and awful
power of the scene brought the
tears to my eyes. I cannot attempt
to describe it.
"The trip," said Mr. Guard, "is
not a hard one. Iu our party was
Bert Wilson, only eleven years old, ,
and he stood the trip as well as any
of us. If a horse is able to stand
the trip, you can mount at the Vol-'
cano House and ride to within six '
feet of the edge of the crater with
out getting off. A lady who can ,
ride a horse can make the trip ns !
well as a man. lfrom Monsarrat's
place up and back our party made
the trip at a cost of only $35 each.
Each man had a horse. Two pack
animals carried provisions and ex
tra blankets. At the very verge of
the crater we procured good ice
water from the lava cracks and if
we had had buckets, we could have
watered our horses.
"One of the most impressive
things of a trip to Mauna Lou is
the absolute desolation and isolation
of a man at the summit. Around
you is the black disc of the lava
plateau. The world is beneath the
clouds which arc beneath you and
invisible below the blackened cir
cumference of the plateau edge.
Only one outlook proved to us that
we had not been transported to a
black island floating through cold
space. Through a jagged fissure
to the north of us wo could see the
tip of the bald bead ol Mauna Kea
which is a few feet higher than the
mountain of fire. This evidence
that we were still on Hawaii was
Reverting to the subject of the
lava flow, Mr. Guard said: "The
present eruption is further north' in
the bed of the big crater than the
last one. The lava is flowing iu
large quantities over the rim of the
inner crater and new cones form,
disappear and reform again while
you watch it." ts
The thirteen who were in the
party 1 and who were first to look
into the crater this outbreak were:
C. I.. Hidgood, Hilo; D. K. Wilson,
Hilo; R. T. Guard, Hilo; 1 K.
Haley, Kapoho; John Holland M.
D., Kapoho; W. II. I.ittle, Hilo;
J. S. Metttdyean, New York; A.
K. Nawahi, Hilo; T. C. Ridgway,
Hilo; II. K. Wilson, Kalapana;
Hert Wilson, Kalapana.
.In pun May Fight.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 12.
The Japanese Minister at Washing
ton in an interview given the As
sociated Press today gives a gctieral
review of the Oriental situation
which can hardly be termed reas
suring. He states the reports have been
very much exaggerated, but admits
that both Japan and Russia are
making vigorous preparations for
hostilities. The negotiations be
tween Russia and Japan are pro
gressing as rapidly as possible, and
while the Japanese hope for the
best, it is very apparent that both
countries are ready for immediate
action should the diplomats fail to
reach an agreement.
Loudon is Ytorriuil.
London, England, Oct. 12. The
apprehension over the situation iu
the Orient has put the British pub
lic in a temper to expect the worst.
There is a widespread feeling of
disquiet, and notwithstanding as-'
sertions to the contrary an alliance
between Great Britain and Japan
is considered a possibility.
The Japanese Minister at the
Court of St. James ndmitted today
that hostilities between Japan and
Russia are possible. He deprecates
the rumor that Japan has given an
ultimatum to Russia.
Manila, P. I., Oct. 12. The
Pliilinninn rniistnlnilnrv linve sue-
, cee(le(l . kMy wi , out a
jbaml of hcad.luuUers , Nucva
I V The conslnblllnry :,. a
receU Uched ,mU(. kUle(l fif
, thrce of Uc b.md aid lost but Uy0
, mcn durj the ca ,
A HOME COMPANY
Organized Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest
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