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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1903.
l)C g)Ucr (frvilutUC Boundary Notice.
PUIlI.ISIUtU HVItkV I'KIUAY
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United Stales of America
Territory of Hawaii J hs
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
J. V. RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. HIRO
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HOME RULE PARTY
CARRIES THE DAY
First County Election in East Hawaii
Results in Defeat of Party That
Gave People the County Law.
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
Ills Deputy, the blierilt ol the Island
of Hawaii", or his Deputy l
You are commanded to summon M. R. 1
Ilirochi, of Hilo, Huwaii, dcleudant, in
case he shall file written answer within
three months of the date of this summons,
to be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the February Term thereof, to ,
be holden at South Hilo, Island of Ha
waii, on Wednesday, the 17th day of,
l'llirimrv next, at 10 o'clock 11. in., to
racticeln alt Courts of the Territory, and j si,ow causc NNi,v lue ciaj, 0f j, y, Ky
. . 4..b mllt... tfdllAll WtfltSl . . . . . .
1 plaiuliu, should not be awarded to him
pursuant. 10 me tenor 01 111s niiuexeo
Anil have you then anil there this writ
full return of your proceedings
IIU.O, HAWAII I
C. M. I.KM.OND
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese lulerpieters,
lllacow, C. R (H.-R.
DKSIIA, S. I (R.
Holmes, K.N (R.
L.VI.AKKA, T. K (H.-R.
Lambert, W. H (R.
LYMAX, K. H (H.-R.
MAKKKAU, It. H....I.H..R.
l'ALAU, J (H.-R.
Walker, W. G (.R-)
Andrews, L. A (R.)
amlKoUry l'ubllc in Office.
Office: Skvkranck Huimung,
Opposite Court House
J . CASTI.K RlIH'.WAY TlIOS. C. RlDO.WA V
Ridgway & Ridgway.
Solicitors of 1'atetiW Oeneral I.aw Practice
Notary Public in Office.
OHVICHi Waianuenue and llrldgc Streets
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
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Sunday: 10:00 a. 111. to 12:00 noon.
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Wittiest the HON. GILUF.RT F. LIT- Countv Ct.KKK
TLK. I LYMAX. X. K... (R.-H.-R.l
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judge 01 tue circuit court 01 me rourtu
Circuit at South Hilo, Hawaii, tins
18th day of August, 1903.
DAN'IKI. l'ORTKR. Clerk.
lly Chus. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. J
I certify the foreuoiniF to be a true TAX ASSKSSOR'
copy of the Summons in said cause and ! KDMOXDS, W. K....(H.-R.)
that said Court ordered publication of' Williams, G. H (R.)
the same fur three mouths from the date
hereof and continuance of said cause
until the 1'ebruary Term of this Court.
Dated Hilo. Hawaii, Oct. 13, 1903.
DANIKL PORTKR, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish kV Ross,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50-31110.
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Surguon
Office, Wuiauueuue St.
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30
to 8:30 v. M. Sundays, 9 to II A. M.
KKAL KSTATK, ETC.
ATTORNEY AT - I.AW
and NOTARY I'UHLIC
M. Wachs, D. D. S
Office Hours; 9 to 12, I to 4.
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii P'
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit.
In the matter of the appointment of two
Jury Commissioners to fill a vacancy.
ORDKR OH Al'l'OINTMHNT.
Wiikrkas, No Jury Commissioners
have been appointed for the Fourth Ju
dicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, as
provided for in act 58 of the Session Laws
of 1903, and
Whkrhas, There now exists a vacancy
in the office of such Jury Commissioners,
Whrruas, It has been made to appear
to me, sole judjje of said court, that Wil
liam C. Cook, Hsj., and Peter Lee, Ksq.,
are voters of said circuit and are well
known to be of opposite politics, to-wit,
the said William C. Cook, Fsij., bciiiK a
republican in politics and the said Peter
Lee, F.si., being a democrat in politics,
and each of good reputation for intelli
gence, morality aud integrity, and in all
respects qualified to perform the duties
of Jury Commissioners,
Xow, therefore, lly virtue of the power
in me vested, I, the said judge, do hereby
appoint the haiil William C. Cook, IJmi.,
and Peter Lee, I'.stj., Commissioners of
the Fourth Judicial Circuit, Island and
Territory of Hawaii, to fill such vacancy
and to serve as such until the 31st day of
December, 1903, and no longer.
Ilefoie assuming tbe duties of such
Commissioner each will be required to
duly (nullify as required by law.
skai. GIL1IIJRT F. LITTLK,
Done at Chambers this 5th day of Novem
ber. A. 1). 1903. " i-i
.SMITH, J. u.
Smith, W. II
LYMAX, It. A..
Stobie, C. A
COOK, T. E
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5" 30 25
38 20 25
30 16 34
36 9 18
24 22 32
3 5 52
29 20 35
36 12 31
50 II 27
4G -2o 35
21 17 36
48 29 51
12 4 20
54 3" -13
22 iG 21
39 15 39
22 18 29
43 18 36
23 23 36
38 13 26
5 28 50
Hilo was alive with politics Mon-1 totals balanced well. It at last was
day night. The Republicans were apparent that if the Republican
holding forth at the hotel grounds,
the Home Rulers were massed at
the foot of King street and Ryan I Hilo count disappointed these ex
ticket won it would have to poll
phenomenally well in Hilo. The
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WF.LTNF.R Ik DUNN, Fiscal Agents,
60 llroadway, New York.
Notice of Ginirdiiiu's Sale
of Real Estate.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRK AND IJFK INSURANCE
AC.HNT FOR NF.W YORK LIFI?
WAIANUHNUF. STRF.KT. - HILO
BISHOP & CO.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of nu order of sale made and en
tered by the Circuit Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii, in Probate, at Chambers, on the
15th day of September, A. D. 1903, in the
matter of the guardianship of Henry
Nakapualii, n minor, the undersigned
guardian of the person and estate of said
minor will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash at the upset price
of One thousand (fiooo) dollars, subject
to the confirmation thereof of the s'dd
judge of said Court, an undivided half , white vote in Hilo turned the scale
in at least two or three of the lead-
was delivering phillipio in Serrao's
hull. It was the closing night of
the political campaign and every
man was firing his last aud heaviest
guns. The campaign closed with
spirit and confidence 011 all sides,
and reflected credit upon the gentle
men engaged in the fight on oppos
ing tickets. The candidates had
fought a fair fight, and so far as is
known no enmities or bitter feelings
have been created.
The story of election day is a
story of Republican defeat. Desha,
Willfong, Norman K. Lyman and
Thomas K. Cook were elected. No
other names on the Republican
ticket were as fortunate.
The result in outside precincts as
the count was announced seemed to
be normal. That 'is to say, where
a big Home Rule vote existed it
was cast straight aud vice versa.
Hut when Hilo town was reached
the result was seen to be greatly
different. The independent haole
voter scratched tickets right and
left. Hilo did not give the Repub
lican candidates their normal Re
publican strength. Many reasons
are advanced for this action on the
part of Hilo voters, but no satisfac
tory explanation has been given.
It is generally conceded that the
pectations and when Puna hustled
in her returns the knockout blow
had been delivered.
Klection news was received over
the telephone lines. Through the
courtesy of manager 1$. K. Richards
reports were delivered to tally
keepers at Republican headquarters
aud also at the Klks club rooms.
In front of the Republican head
quarters on Waianuenue street a
great crowd gathered and waited
for the news. At the end the crowd
was Home Rule, and it proceeded
to celebrate the result. The suc
cessful candidates were carried
about on the shoulders of their ad
mirers, and howls of delight made
the town lively all the night.
The campaign of T
of such meetings would have been
Joseph Vierra made a splendid
run and would have been elected
but for false reports that were sent
through the county on the eve of
election to the effect that he had
withdrawn. Mr. Vierra polled the
highest vote in Hilo, receiving 178
Everywhere in this county the
usual trouble with defective ballots
was experienced. The election in
spectors in conformity with the law
and the instructions were required
to throw out many ballots in every
precinct. The total vote was con
siderably below that cast for Wil
cox and Kuhio last year. The de
crease was caused principally by
In Hilo the order on election day
was perfect. In the afternoon, the
business houses all closed and the
voters went to and from the poles
in Sunday quiet. After the count
was on there was a general awaken
ing. Ouhu Vote.
The men elected in Honolulu and
the number of votes polled by each
were as follows :
Supervisors at Large
supervisors Fourth District
Supervisors Fifth District
Millionaire Hold In Heavy Hull.
Los Angeles, Nov. 3. G. J.
Griffith has been held in $15,000
bail to await the action of the
Colonel Griffith J. Griffith, the
millionaire mining man, was ac
cused by his wife of having deliber
ately shot her while the two were
in their apartments at Hotel Arca-
J. Ryan, i(iia Santa Monica. She claimed
who ran Independent for the office tllmt he lm(. acU.(i for vearS( (lurillB
of Auditor, was the spectacular fea
ture of the campaign. Ryan could
not defeat Willfong, but he amazed
their long residence in Los Angeles,
as though he was afraid of being
poisoned aud that just before he
the people with the strength he de-is,oti,criie nuuic j,er swear lhat
veloped. It was shown that the I shc m ,10 ticsiKs 0 ,js life.
Ryan style of campaigning is the Slie tleolarccl that he had asked her
several other questions and then
levelled his revolver at herand fired,
putting out one of her eyes. Mrs.
Griffith then leaped from the hotel
window and received frightful injuries.
Oahu, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and I?x
'day, November 19, 1903, at the Mine hour
1 and place.
' MAKALKKA R. NAKAPUAHI 1.0.
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of . Guardian of the person aud estate of
Credit issued, available in allthe principal I Henry Nakapualii, a minor,
cities of the world. 1 Dated at Hilo, the 301I1 day or October,
Special attention given to the business 11903' "
Insurauce or requests for Hxcliange. scription f 2.50.
mutest in eight and one-half acres of
land situate ill the village of l'.i.iuilo,
Hainaku.i, Hawaii, 011 die iiiauka or west . Jug offices. The Portuguese voters
sine 01 uie uoverumeui roan irom 1111010 . r .r ,,
Waipm, aud 0.1 the east sale of the ravine j were in some sort of strife that re
that is on the Waipio side of Paauilo. suited in loss of Republican votes
Said sale to be made on the 23rd dav , , ..11
of October. A. U. 903. at 22 o'clock I l several Americans scratched
noon, ui the front door of the Court i certain Republicans because of their
House ill liiu lown 111 iiiiu, isiiiiiu mm ' .. 1 r .1 .,1 11
, Territory of Hawaii, deed at purchaser's I "hsapproval of tlie methods used by
expense. uie 1 1110 Kepuuiicaus,
MAKALKKA R. NAKAPUAHI I.O, , . . .' , . ,. r .
Guardian of the person and estate of 1 Anyhow it happened. I he first
Henry Mikapuaiii, a minor. precinct counted and reported to night at the hotel grounds. The (the tnarslies. 1 lie Ifmi) was ampu-
Fsf Lyman ' anxious people was Laupahoehoe. 1 baud, under the leadership of Prof, tatcd, but loss of blood and the
Attorneys for Guardian.
The above sale is postponed to Tliurs.
winning style and must be reckoned
011 in future county campaigns.
lllacow fell by the wayside before
developing any formidable strength.
The work during the campaign
by the Republican candidates was
effective. The defeat of the ticket
by a narrow majority only shows j Mclvlllo MoiiMirrut.
how big the Home Rule majority j Details of the accidental shooting
would have been had the vote been ! of Melville Moiisurrut at Hehnont,
taken in September instead of Nov-1 Cnl., state that he with Iv. ?. Rich
ember. It is these iinreiniUing I ter, a fellow student were duck
campaigns that will eventually put , hunting in the marshes. Richter's
the Republican party in Hast Hn-1 gun accidentally discharged shat
waii in the majority. ' tering the left knee. The wounded
The Jjcst meeting held during the boy was taken to the hospital at
campaign was the one Monday , Helniout, a thiee hour journey from
Salt Lake, Nov. 4. The Demo
crats elect their candidate for Mayor.
Washington, Nov. 3. President
Roosevelt has gone to Oyster Bay
Portland, Ore. Nov. 3. The
longshorcmeus' strike has been
Denver, Nov. 4. Tire Republi
cans carried Colorado, electing their
nominee for Supreme Judge.
Portland Ore. Nov. 3. Severe
storms are prevailing on the Ore
gon and Washington coasts.
Boston, Nov. 4. The entire Re
publican ticket has been elected by
the average off-year majorities.
San Francisco, Nov. 4. Mayor
Schmitz, the Labor candidate, was
reelected by about 300 majority.
Corrvallis, Ore. Nov. 3. The
Holy Roller appostles have been
forced by public indignation, to flee
Peking, Nov. 3. High officials
are urging the Empress Dowager
to join in an anti-Russian alliance
Sofia, Nov. 3. The Government
triumph in the elections indicates
that the country is opposed to Rus
Washington, Nov. 4. The Pa
cific squadron, under command
of Rear Admiral Glass, has been
ordered to Panama.
Skagway, Nov. 3. There has
been a gold strike sixty miles north
east of White Horse. A general
stampede is on to the new camp.
Sfaih, Nov. 3. Severt? 'earth
quakes have taken place at Tttrshiz
in which 350 people were killed
and 184 carpet factories wrecked.
Yokohama, Nov. 3. The Rus
sians have withdrawn from Yon
gampho, and the Yalu river, Korea,
dismantling the fortress there and
Panama, Nov. 4. The indepen
dence ol the Isthmus has been for
mally proclaimed and the Colom
bian officials imprisoned. This is
the protest of the Isthmus against
the defeat of the Panama canal
New York, Nov. 4. Geo. H.
McClellau, the Tammany candidate
for Mayor was elected over Seth
Low by 70,000 majority. The en
tire Tammany ticket was successful.
Geo. B. McClellau, the new Tam
many mayor of New York, is
thirty-eight y.ears old. lie was
born in Germany during a period
when his parents were there on a
visit. He graduated from Prince
ton in 1886 and for a time after
wards worked as a reporter on New
York newspapers. He was ad
mitted to the bar in 1892 nnd was
president ol the New York Hoard
of Aldermen from 1893 to 1894.
He has been a New York represen
tative in Congress for the past eight
That good old precinct always rolls ! Carvalho, attended, and vocal 1 shock had been too great and death '
up beautiful Republican majorities music was a part of the attraction, ensued.
and this year it kept up the record. Women and children were provided . -- -
The Laptown vote was accepted as I with seats and canvas had been HaUimore, Nov. 4. lhc Demo
certain augury of Republican sue- spread to keep out the rain. The !llH B cct ,lhe Governor and Leg.s
cess. But along came the report speakers were inspired with an an-' ,al,,rc 1)V thu t,SUttl UO"ty. 1
from Papaikou and Olaa. Dismal dience of respectable size aud there j nssi,rics ll!L' PPirunce of Gorman
tidings came from other precincts, was spirit and interest shown in all s formidable Democratic aspirant
and as the count proceeded the that was said and done. More I for the Presidency.
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