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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903.
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At 7 n. 111. Portuguese sermon.
, At 9 a. in. English sermon.
At 10:30 a. 111. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 p. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. in. '
Every Sunday afternoon English In
struction for boys nnd girls at Hrother's
and Sister's schools rcspictitcly, from 2
to 3 p. tn.
Hay or night the Catholic clergy will
attend totheuantsof the faithful.
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-2 and 4 Monday
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Thursday each mouth.
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Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
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Excursion tickets between all points
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Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile ticktts are sold at very
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BROKERS and COMMISSION
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
and Tobacco. Special attention given
to consignments of coffee and sugar.
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Notice is hereby given that the appli
cations for settlement of boundaries ad
vertised for November 7th, in Hilo, are
continued until November 14th, and the
Kohala applications that were advertised
for November 14th are continued until
!'. S. LYMAN,
Commissioner of Ilouuduries.
Oakland, Cal., Oct. 16, 1903. 52-3
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii )" ss
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
J. V. RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. HIRO-
The Territory of Hawaii: to the Hiuli
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, defendant, in
case he shall file written answer within
three months ofthe date of this summons,
to be and aimear before the sa Id Circuit
Court at the l'ebrimry Term thereof, to
he holdeii at South Hilo, Island of Ha
waii, on Wednesday, the 17th day of
February next, at 10 o'clock a. in., to
show cause why the claim of J. V. Ray,
plaintiff, should not be awarded to him
pursuant to the tenor of his annexed
And have you then mid there this writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the HON. GILBERT F. LIT
TLE. Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Circuit at South Hilo, Hawaii, this
18th day of August, 1903.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the Summons in said cause and
that said Court ordered publication of
inc same lor inree mounts I rout the (late
hereof and continuance of said cause
until the February Term of this Court
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 13, 1903.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross.
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50-31110
COMMISSIONERS SALE OF LIFE
INSURANCE POLICIES AND
VALUAULE REAL ESTATE SIT
UATE AT PONAHAWAI IN THE
DISTRICT OF HILO, ISLAND OF
HAWAII, TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. Pursuant to 11 Decree made by the Hon
orable J. T. De Holt. First Judge of the
Circuit Court ofthe First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, filed on the 4th day
of November, A. D. 1903, 111 a cause en
titled S. M. Damon, S. E. Damon and
II. E. Waity, doing business as Co-Partners
under the firm name of Ihshop &
Company s. Marian R. Austin and
Charles R. Heiueuw.iy as Trustee of the
Estate of Herbert C. Austin, .1 ll.iukrupt
Dili foi foreclosure of mortgage, Etjuity
Dixisiou No. 1352, the undcrsiuued. as
pose for sale at public auction to the
by the Court,
subject to confirmation
ONSATURDAY, DECEMHER5tli, 1903. a"d indeed, was still so absorbed ! King's birthday, Prime Minister
at 12 o'clock noon, , in this matter, that it had been im- Balfour expressed himself as sati
of Mid day at the front (nwuka) entrance ,:., - ..... , ... , ..'..
to me judiciary minding, m Honolulu,
Island of Oaliu, the following described
property, to-w it
First: That certain Policy of Life In
surance issued by the New York Life In
surance Company 011 the life of Herbert
C Austin, for Five Thousand Dollars,
dated May 19th, 1890, and numbered
Second. That certain Life Insurance
Policy issued by .said New York Life In-
" -w s-wt. .( t uii tiiv 1111: n ts.im jilt J
bert C. Austin, for Five Thousand Dol-'
lari., dated beptemijcr 6th, 1894, and
Third; All that certain lot, piece or
parcel of land situate in Poiialiattni, Hilo,
Island of Hauait in said Terntnrv ll-iiiir
part of the land described in Royal Patent
Grant) 252 to II . Pitman), and bounded
ml described as follous-
Commencing on the South side of Po-
nnli.itv.il street at the West corner of Lot
.-so. 3, owned uy Moemoe, and running
alon.' the boundary of said lot South
35'jdeg West 250 feet, thence along
Lot no 9 South 55 deg West 215 feet,
thence along the road North 35 'j deg.
ncii. jijicluu i uiiaimwai street; tlieuce
along said street North 44 deg. East 215
feet to the point of commencement, em,.
acresS beZ nUnS?
cnbed 111 deed from D. H. Hitchcock to
said Marian R. Austin by date of October
2ist. 1K00. rirnrilfil in .-,..! l ....:...
Office in Liber 125 on page 416, together
ffr& s. com i
Coin. Deed at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars inquire of Messrs.
Smith & Lewis nt their office No. 306 In
Judd lluihliug, on Fort street, Honolulu,
.n., wi u uic uimcmiKiii'u ui ins omce
111 said judiciary ""tllnK
1. u, Jil'.J.M',! I, JK.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahu, November4th, I
...All kinds of...
COODYEAR RUBBER CO. gratitlu,e l0 ,he commander 0f the
i "srsrsru. s. a. 1 u-s-s- B,,fri. Nas,,vi,,t: for his
protection of their countrymen dur-
1 Notich Neither the Masters nor I B the recent troubles.
I Agent of vessels of the "Mntson Line" I
SStri b? ffcSw! R." Vko'?Ar I , Sa? 0I!e. Nov. 10.-A gun
Agent. boat is bombarding Mucoris, which
I Hilo, April 16, 1901, 34. I is occupied by revolutionists.
NEW OOVKItXOR'S roLICY.
I'urlor's lnituicurullon ami Uctlrluif
Word From Dole
Honolulu, Nov. 5. When the
commissions of Governor George R.
Carter and Federal Judge Sanford
H. Dole arrive, and they are ex
pected on Friday, the 13th instant,
there will be immediate preparations
for big doings in the Capital.
Dole ceases to be Governor as he
tike:i the oath as Judge and Carter
becomes Governor as soon as the
present incumbent retires.
Chief Justice Frear of the Tcrri-
torial Supreme Court will probably
administer the oath of office to the
new Governor and there will be ap-
proprlate ceremonies and manifes -
The military will turn out in the
grounds of the Capitol, the Terri-
toral band under Captain Merger
will be on duty, crowds will as
semble in the Capitol park, other
business in the departments of the
executive will stand still and the
change of administration will be
marked by demonstrations of
courtesy to the retiring Governor
and hs successor.
From the balcony of the Capitol
it is expected that retiring Governor
Dole wiU deliver an address to the
assembled crowd, touching on his
completed incumbency and the new
field appointed for his labors by the
Governor Carter will deliver an
inaugural uddress, briefly outlining
and prophecyiug the policy of the
new administration, referring to the
lessons of the, past and looking to
the work of the future. In the
evening a ball may be held, but,
of rnltri.p llntlfinnr fliiff lin. lm..
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arranged in tuts regard, nor will
there be until the commissions ar
rive and the day of the inaugura
tion is known.
Mr. Carter was asked this morn
ing as to the policy of the new ad
ministration and the probable pro
cedure immediately upon the receipt
of the commissions.
The present Secretary of the
Territory replied that he had been
so busy with the county elections
!""""" "" """ lu Blvl- """-"
thought to details concerning com-1
In reference to policy he stated
that the old saw about not crossing
bridges until they were reached
held good in the present case.
"Yes," he said, "it will be my
1 . - it it .
""'y to deliver an address when I
take office as Governor. Then I
shall try, briefly, to outline the
policy of the administration. It is
only right that the public should
know something of the intentions
f cw officer. They have a right
to know what to expect as nearly
as a newly appointed Governor can
"I am not much of a prophet and
I can't fortell events. I can only
fay now that I believe in the will
f ll?C C ' S00 "t
conduct ot public affairs; and
straighlfoiward American princi-
"No' l wiu ,,ot co-ider w-
entH until I mil Governor."
Aflhilmi or l'
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. ..hiw,., wv. iu, iiiu
Government will facilitate General
Reyes' peace mission.
Colon. Nov. 10. The Onvi.ru.
Imetit intends to adopt a gold cttr
1 The French, British and German
consuls have nridrpsswl n 1m !- nr
Hie Iiidtiiiui'uc of tin Isthmus
is 1 ionium!. crashed into an omnibus here. Five
Panama, Nov. 9. It is reported persons were killed and seven in
that General Raphael Reyes has, j "red.
been appointed Colombian peace1 Vienna. Nov. lo.-Sml m,nr0
Tills is believed to,
be an assurance that
willing to grant independence
ranatna. i Here is great enthusiasm
at the prospect of early peace.
General Raphael Reyes, the Colom
bian peace commissioner, has been
mentioned for some time as the
probable successor of President
, Mntroquin and in later dispatches
he has also been spoken of as "an
able leader who is preparing to head
j a revolution against the Marroquiu
1 tioverninent." fiiMinrnl Umuc i,n
o " .... 1W1 -VJ III1J
generally been considered as strong
ly in favor ofthe Hay-Herran Canal
treaty which the Colombian Cong
ress recently refused to ratify.
Secretary Curler's Statement.
Honolulu, Nov. 10. "There are
all kinds of rumors of what occured
in the Executive Council meeting
today," said Mr. Carter yesterday
afternoon. "I desire to state for
the benefit of the public, that what
I am endeavoring to get at is the
actual financial condition of the
Territory as it stands today. Gov
ernor Dole feels that he has suffi
cient data to guide his actions, but
I do not share this feeling yet.
Here is an illustration. I asked
the Superintendent of Public Works
to give me a statement of those con
tracts and other matters which he
had entered into and which affected
the moneys to be received from the
sale of the Territorial bonds. I
I .. .
receive the information
asked for, and reminded Mr. Cooper
about it, and asked him if he would
not be kind enough to let me know
before anything else was done. I
thought it only fair to the new ad
ministration to not go ahead on
such matters without my know
ledge." Il.ilfuur (lit us Vltstts.
London, Nov. 10. At the great
banquet given in honor of the
i"""- "" mem wotiitt ue war in
the Far Fast.
The Premier regretted the Alas-
kan decision but most loyally ac
cepted a settlement of so vexed a
question by a tribunal as an inestim
Panama, Nov. o. Senor Varilla
has opened negotiations 011 behalf I
of the Republic of Panama for a
new Canal agreement. He assures
Secretary Hay that the isthmian
I Km'ernmcnt is anxious for a speedy
iminl in.-itv .i,,il,... ;.,... .1
I , l1rtat.' sunl,,er text than
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me uiuiiiuiuii ireaiv ana innrp
positive as to the extent of Ameri
can control, n
Berlin, Nov. S. The report that
Emperor William and Czar Nicholas
have concluded an offensive nnd de
fensive alliance, effective in the
event of England supporting Japan
in the Manehttriaii trouble is denied.
The Czar has been here and on the
most friendly terms with the Kaiser,
but the reported alliance is empha
Washington, November 9. The
Colombian minister, has presented
to the State Department a strong
protest on the part of his govern
ment against the action of the
United States iu Panama. Obiec-
tion is made to the landing of ma
rines on the isthmus and n still
more vigorous protest against the
recognition of the revolutionists
and their government. A further
objection is to the sending of the
American fleet topatrohhc isthmus,
thus preventing a lauding by the
Colombians. Secretary liny has
not sent his reply.
Havana, Nov. 10. A train
i,n i, ,,i :.. .., - f '
,i,rnn,.,,;.r .1,0 iii r ..:.. m.
--.-. b K.. (Ill, Ul J. Willie i'Cl"
Colon, Nov. 9. Rumors that
Americans and foreigners are being
massacred by the Colombians are
not believed here.
Pekin, Nov. 9. The reoccupa
tion of Mukden by the Russians is
explained as being due to Japan
Berlin, Nov. 9. Dr. Polyprus,
the famous German physician, Las
removed Emperor William's larynx,
The operation was successful. The
disease was not a malignant one.
Washington, Nov. 9. Congress
will meet today. President Roose
velt will not send his preliminary
message to Congress until Tuesday.
The leaders in the House have
caucused and agreed to expedite the
Cuban business as much as possible.
Washington, Nov. 9. F. P.
Sargent, Commissioner of Immigra
tion, has suffered a severe stroke of
paralysis. He is improving. Sargent
visited Honolulu a few months ago
and arranged for the building of
the new immigration station there.
Washington, Nov. 9. The May
flower has sailed for Panama with
Admiral Coghlan and Admiral
Walker aboard. Admiral Walker
is to visit the isthmus as commis
sioner for President Roosevelt and
will report to the President on the
Denver, Co., Nov. 10. Ten
thousand coal miners of Colorado
are on a strike for eight hours and
an increase of pay. Many of the
strikers are leaving for other fields
and those who are compelled to
stay are threatened with famine.
Many industries are threatened.
Colon, Nov. 7. The withdrawal
of the Colombian troops from this '
city was caused by a desire to avoid
bloodshed with the American forces.
It was especially due to the hostile
attitude of the commander ofthe
gunboat Nashville. That vessel
has since sailed to prevent the
Colombian army from landing at
Washington, Nov. 7. Secretary
Hay has issued a long justification
of llle American course at Panama
lie states that the action of the
United States forces is based on tlu
treaty of New Granada and refers
to the rejection of the canal treaty
as the cause of the revolution. Sec
retary Hay says the new republic
was inaugurated without opposition.
Senator Morgan of Alabama de
clares that the American policy is
unjustified and may lead to war
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