Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Hilo tribune. (Hilo, Hawaii) 1895-1917, November 20, 1903, Image 1',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Hawaii at Manoa; Honolulu, HI
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
Wliut Jh JBet lor
1h Best for Hilo
Wliat la Beat for
la Beat for Ua
HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
PUIU.ISIIKU KVKV l'RIDAY
Officii, Kino Sihki-.t, Hilo, Hawaii.
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
l'uhlUhera and l'ruprklor..
PienlJent C. C. Kk.n-.kdv
Vice-Pre.Ment K- K. Kiciiahiw
Secretary! reaiurer I.. W. IIauortu
Auditor A. H. Sutton
Director! fo. S. McKbniik, D. W. Makhii
Advcrtl.ement. Jiinccompanifd by upteific
u.tructloti lincrlol until ordered, out.
AdvertletuenL discontinued before expiration
of eclticd period will tie chared n If coir
tluued Tor lul
Addres. all eottimiiiilcntiotia either to llic
Kdltoriiilor lulticsUcpartinent of Thk llito
Trimonk I'ujilhiiino Comi-anv.
suetito communication, on nubiccts nltliln the
cope of the paper. To receive proper attention
rnrh arllrle mu.f he iliFlltnl 1V (t.nUllinr. Till
iiume. wlieii i!.-ireil. will lie held confidential
Thk Him THiHUMf lii not re:ponllile for the
opinions or atateiiieulii of cotretpondeiiH.
Wise & Ross,
Will practice in all Court or the Territory, and
Ue Supreme Court of the United St.Uei.
Office: Tk.uu.nk Hun.niNO,
Bridge Street. ".0. HAWAII
C M. i.km.oni)
W. II. bMITH .
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, 'auauete, and Cliine.e Interpieteri,
anu notary ruuuc 111 uun-c.
Office: SKVltRANCK IlUII.UINU,
Opposite Court iloutc, HII.O, HAWAII
- - - -
Ridgway & Ridgway
collcitora of l'atentu Oeneral I.nw Practice
Notary Public in Office.
OVFICH: Waianuenuculid Iltldxe Stieeln
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON
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 a. in. to 12:00 noon.
"Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Sokgkon
Office, Waiuuiieniie St.
o . ........... ,..,,1 -m returning, until the following Mommy
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.; 2-4 ami ,.30 t "
to 8:30 1-. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m. Com,mUatloIl tickels KOoA for twenty
, .. 1 five rides between any two points, and
HKAL ESTATE, ETC.
ATTORNEY AT - LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, D. D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
"how to make money.
We oiler you an investment guaranteed
r j two Trust Companies. It may make
you rich. This is no scheme or fake.
Send i 2.00 for INVESTMENT CHRTIFI
CAT!!. If you are not satisfied upon in
vestigation we give you your money back.
WKLTNER & DUNN, Fiscal Agents,
60 Hroaflway, New York.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND LIFE JNhURANLE
,,v.'. i.ni vM,w vniiK 1.1 wk
nvir.tii - w i .- ----.
WAIANUENUK STREET, -
BISHOP & CO
OahU, H. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
-edit issued, available in nil the principal
ties or the world.
Special attention given to the busiuess
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
lusuruuee or requests for Kxchuuge.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, IIKMX'.K STIUUtT.
I Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 ami 10:30
1 n. 111.
At 7 h. 111. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 n, hi. English Rcrnioii.
I At 10:30 11 111. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 p. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
I mid Heucdlctioii.
Week Days Huty Mass every tiny nt
6 a. tit.
' Every Sunday afternoon English in
Istruction for boys nml gills at Hrother's
1 and Sister's schools respectively, from 2
I to 3 p. m.
1 Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend tiilhe wnnlsnf the faithful.
FEDERATION NO. I 1 and 3 Monday
FEDERATION NO. 2 2 and 4 Monday
I.AI10R COUNCIL 1 and 3 Friday each
CARPKNTKRS 2 and 4 Friday each
HACKMKN and TEAMSTERS 1 and 3
Thursday each mouth.
PAINTKRS and DECORATORS 2 and
4 Thursday each mouth.
I.ONGSHORKMKN 2 and 4 Wednesday
President Hilo Trades ami Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1903.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
a.m. I l'.M
STATIONS I A.M. I P.M.
....Hilo ar, 9:30! 6:00
.Olaa Mill...ar 9:101 5:30
....Keaau ar 9:00
, Periulale ...ur 8:45
3:301V Hilo ar
3:50 ar... Olaa Mill...ar
4:00 ar Keaau ar
4:15 ar... Perndale ...ar
j A.M J
Iv Hilo sir
ar i'alioa ar
ar Puna Iv
lv llllo ar ....
ar...01aa Mill...ar ....
ar..Pahoa June '...,
ar Pahoa ar ....
ar..Pahoa Juuc.ar ...,
ar Puna Iv....
Excursion tickets between all points
, are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
thousand mile tickets are sold at very j
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store HAGUAUE
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 5
Subscribe for the Tkiiiu.NU, Island sub
United States or America
Territory of Hawaii )
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
J. V. RAY, Plaiutiir, vs. M. R. HIRO
The Territory oi Hawaii; to the High
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
his Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island
of Hawaii, or Ills Deputy:
You are commanded to summon M. R.
iiirueiu, 01 uuo, iiuwuu, tieieimuiu, 111
ituci. In. i-linll tfl.t iiirlltiiii nnitiNir tuttliiit
,hree mouths of the date of this biiuiinoiis,
to le and appear before the said Circuit
' . . . .. ... ... .
Aim have you then aim mere mis wru
with foil return or your proceedings
Witness the HON. OILHERT F. LIT -
Judge or the Circuit Court or the Fourth
. circuit at eolith 11110, Hawaii, tins
l8th day of August, 1903.
j DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
I Hy Chas. Hitclicock, Deputy Clerk.
! I rertilv the forcuoitiL' to be a true
j copy of the Summons in said cause and
1 that said iuiiu oniereu piiijticauou 01
he same for three months from the date
rf and coiilinimnce of sail cause
, 11.1t I the February lerm or this Court.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 13, 1903,
DANIEL PORTER. Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
WiSK & Ross,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50.31110.
I'niirt Ml Hit Kiiiriinrv IVrin llu-ri-n.. tn ikii.m i" iv.tu h f iuuuui ii.u...ii.ni.i."i H7 luuuy iuiuk u uum ma iiutnu . i.i.:i .ii..t . 1. i r
HILO be holden at South Hilo, Island oi Hit " ineesuneoi i,w.CKI mw-i, i iva.aowa, n,Ki sufTcied a fractured leu. TheL, V V --" - ". -.
waii. on Wednesdav. the .,, dav of. "ilo, Hawaii, deceased. , mm huueiui a irauiircu icj,. "e Carlisle Indians. 16. At Cambridnc
r --."- --"""' "" - ' . ... ...... r t. '..... ,... r T-..1 i ' 1'iiiiiuiuium.i i-iMiiiKVivniiin. ri!
1 Februarv next, at 10 o'clock a. in., to creditors or said deceased are hereby , horse became iriglltened iji a tunnel. , iIfirvnrii Q. iv.rimotitli 11
show cause why thu claim or J. V. Ray, , otlde. to present their claims, whether; . , -larvarcl, o, uarimoutli, 1 1.
.,i,.;.,i.n- .i, 1.1 .,, i. ,.,.)... 1 ... 1,,-,,, I secured or unsecured, dulv verified, to' Moscow. Russia. Nov. 10. Rus-' .. ,-...... ., ....
i"" ....... ..w. .... . . . . jjoKota,v.oiomoiu, iov. u. lie
pursiuut to the tenor 01 his annexed "' "":'"."-" ' ""-, """"' ,,iv".,; i sian troons have been disnatched to .-,...,
I ,..,;., I within six months from date, or thev will huu ,'001,:' ,,u L u"-t-11 "ipi-. t" Colombian Government claims thai
United Slates of America )
Territory of Hawaii J-'"
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit.
. At CiiAMtiims.
In the matter of the appointment of two
Jury Commissioners for the Calendar
OKlll'.K 01' Al'rOINTMHNT.
WllltRKAS, It has been mnilc to appear
to me. the sole Indue of mid Court, Unit
A.itlinfiv Ulrdilf.v I?ll.. find lfllltl D. I
Haston, Esq.. are voters of said circuit
and are well known to be or opposite
politics, to-wtt, the said Anthony Rlchley,
!!., being a republican in politics and
the said John D. l-aston. Ksci., being a .
detnocrat in polities, and each of good
retiutntion for iiitclliuence. morality and
integrity, rind in all respects qualified to ,
perionu me uiuicn 111 jn
the duties of Jury CoiiinuS'
jVow, thereore, Hy virtue of the power
in me vested, I, the sole judge as afore
paid, do hercbv apioiut the said Anthony
Richiey, Ksi., and John D. Kaston, IJsii.,
Jutv Conimissioners of tlw: Fourth Judi
cial Circuit, Territory 01 Hawaii, lor me
calendar year of 1904.
llefoic assuuiing the duties of such Jury
Comniisiiotiers each will lie required to
duly qttaliry as required by law.
none ill v-iiamucrs mis 10m imj m
November, A. D. 1903.
OII.HKRT F. I.ITTI.K,
3-1 Sole Judge.
COMMISSIONKR.S SALE OF LIFE
I N S U R A N C K POLICIES AND
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SIT
UATE AT PONAHAWAI IN THE
DISTRICT OF HILO, ISLAND OF
HAWAII, TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. Pursuant to a Decree made by the Hon
orable J. T. De Holt, First Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Fitst Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, filed 011 the 4U1 day
or November, A. I). 1903, in a causs en
titled S. M. Damon, S. E. Damon uud
II. 15. Waity, doing business as Co-Partners
under the firm name or lllshop &
Company vs. Marian R. Austin and
Charles R. Hemenway us Trustee or the
Estate ol Herbert C. Austin, a llankrupt.
Hill fot foreclosure of mortgage, Equity
Division No. l.v2. the undersigned, as
Commissioner duly appointed, will ex
pose for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder, subject to confirmation
by the Court,
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5U1, 1903.
at 12 o'clock noon,
of said day at the front (mauka) entrance
to the Judiciary Huildiug, in Honolulu,
Island of Oahti, the following described
First: That certain Policy of Life In
surance issued by the New York Life In
surance Company on 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 LiTe In
surance Company on the life of said Her
bert C. Austin, for l'ivo Thousand Dol
lars, dated September 6th, 1894, and
Third: All that certain lot, piece or
parcel of laud situate in Potiahawai, Hilo,
Island or Hawaii in said Territory (being
part or the land described in Royal Patent
(Grant) 252 to R. Pitman), and Ixuiuded
and described as follows:
Commencing 011 the South side of I'o
uahawai street at the West corner or Lot
I No. 3, owned by Moemoc, and running
; alone the boundary or said lot South
35 ucg. wesi 250 leei; uience aiong
' ' N0- ? South 55 deg. West 215 feet;
thence along the road North 35J5 deg.
West 213 feet to Ponahawai street; thence
1 along said street North 44 deg. East 215
! feet to the point of commencement; con
! tabling an area of one and two-tenths
acres, and being the same premises des
J crihed in deed from D. II. Hitchcock to
j said Marian R. Austin by date of October
, 21st, 1890, recorded iii said Registry
Office in Liber 125 on page 416, together
1 with all improvements thereon.
Terms of Sale are Cash in U. S. Gold
1 Coin. Deed at expense of purchaser. ,
, For further particulars inquire ot Messrs.
Smith & Lewis at their office No. 206 iu I
ludd Huildiug, 011 Fort street, Honolulu,
j. 11., ur to me iiiiuersigueii 111 ins unite
in said Judiciary Huildiug.
P. D. KELLETT.Jk.
Dated at Honolulu, Oahti, Novembcr4lh,
Notice to Creditors.
, United States of America )
I Territory of Hawaii
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Ciiamiikks-I.n Pkoiiatk.
. ,. ,.
of the Estate of Ekaeka '
v..,i,'JiI i..i...' ..1 1 i, i..,
' 1... I.r.t..j.r l.'irr..il
, '"-' ., ,; V. it
-ill", Hawaii, Nov. 17, 1903.
HI LA WAIALF.E,
1. c. , , Administrator.
! S. Lvman, Attorney. 3.4
Notice is hereby uiveu that the imnli-
' cations for .settlement of liouiidaries, ad-
veruseii lor isovemoer 7111 and 14th, In
Hilo, are continued until December loth, .
. 1903, at 10 o'clock a. in., and the kohala ,
upplica ions, that were advertised for
November 14th and 21st are continued,
until December inth. at q a. m.
F. S. LYMAN,
Commissioner of Hoiiudaries.
1 Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 19, 1903. 3.3
iliiiiml luii. 1 win fiiittmiilml A il.iti.mii fr !- . Iniln.i I liriiill 1 fr ! Iin,n I
'1'r.llHlTOKY WANTS ITS 1IUKS.
(liiriilshiiionl Suits Against Dclln
qiiruls About to ltcglu.
Honolulu, Nov. 16. Hy order of
the Treasury department Assessor
Pratt niid the assessors on all the
other islands arc begining suits
against nil persons whose tnxes are
j dj.-nucnt loiiu enough to mnke
, " "
notions legal. Ill the next two
nionlils tliL department proposes to
collect all taxes due. It is Said that
nclj0., js j ordt:r to get all the
tax money possible into the treasury
before the end of the year, when the
counties take hold of the
There are large sums due the
Territorial treasury which it is the
intention to get in if possible before
January 1. In Honolulu there will
, be over 400 gai nishuient suits, it is
stated, unless many citizens pay up
voluntarily. The papers are already
Irawn and within a short time fil
ings by the wholesale will begin.
In the meantime many persons are
paying up, in order to avoid the
cost and annoyance of a suit.
Many of the prospective suits are
for taxes due two years ago. A
large portion of these are income
taxes. The amounts vary from in
significant sums to $500 and over.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 14.
veiling Bulletin, Honolulu.
Governor Dole's Commission as
United .States Circuit Judge j,vas
forwarded from Washington on
November 3d. Carter's commis
sion as Governor is still here.
These commissions are good dur
ing this session of Congress pending
confirmation by the Senate.
No protests are on file against
the confirmation of either of the np
Washington, D. C, Nov. 13.
Evening Bulletin, Honolulu.
Delegate Kuhio has offered no
protest against the confirmation of
Carter as Governor and Dole as
He refuses to indicate his future
So SuperlntoiHleiil. Aftor Today.
Honolulu, Nov. 16. The resig-, ,, at prcscnt and it is Mr. Carter's
nation of Superintendent of Public idea to get everything going again
Works II. E. Cooper will take 1 as SO0, as possible,
effect with the retirement of Gov-' it is understood that Mr. Carter
ernor Dole, which is expected to vvjn iose 0 time in making ap
occur tomorrow, and the post now . pointments when he takes charge
held by Cooper will be vacant for of the administration,
the time being. Governor Carter -
stated this morning that there London, Nov. 16. The Colom
would be no immediate annoint-, ! government has cabled a pro-
inent and that he had not yet made
a selection. The office will prob-
ably be left without a head until
Carter is commissioned as governor
and makes general selections ol de-, Washington, November 16. The 'arrived in Colon today and were
ipartment heads. House of Representatives today , formally received by the officials of
I The names of J. W. Pratt, W. E. agreed to vote on the Cuban reci- the Panama Government. The U.
Wall and C. S. Holloway are most procity bill Thursday next. The S. S. Dixie landed additional mar-
often mentioned among those being discussion will be largely an outline j incs immediately following the ar
I discussed for the office. There are , of policy on the part of opposing rival of the United States battleship
many reports that Carter has about
I decided in favor of Pratt, but
official statement is given out.
' Simla, Nov. 16. -Gen Kitchener
.1... .... hm.: r.i... u :..
Hie JVIM. 1 lllb IIIUVC Ul lilt: IN.US31U11
uovernment is said to be directed ;
j against China. I
Berlin, Nov. 14. Following
j orders received from the German j
1 government the German Consul'
has opened relations with the new
I Panama government.
Washington, Nov. 16. Quarter-
master t.etieral Hllllip
am)ual report ,nakes
, . , ,, ,
hries in his
mendation that Honolulu be made
a regular port of call of the trans
port service in the Pacific.
IMPORTANT TO HAWAII.
I Wliurvrs, Ilreakiiiitrr and Public
lliilldliiL's for lliitwtll.
In an interview in Washington, I
Senator Mitchell said:
"The three most important things
for us to accomplish for Hawaii nt
thp regular session of Congress are
the taking over of lighthouses by
the government; the improvement
of harbors in the islands, and the
erection ol suitable public buildings.
I shall do all I can to bring legisla
tion on those matters about. I
have heard that the Secretary of
the Department of Commerce and
Labor is taking steps to place thu
lighthouses under Federal control.
I strongly favor that. Of course,
in the end, it depends upon Con
gress, which must vote the neces
sary appropriations. We have
heretofore nsked for appropriations
for that purpose, but I sincerely for the payment of legislative ex
hope the request will now be 1 penses.
heeded. The commerce on the) Federal Government assist the
Pacific, that touches the islands, is j Territory in the scientific study of
large. There is great need of new . leprosy and search for remedies. ,
lights for Honolulu harbor and for j Amend Organic Act to make
the establishment of a good modern Territory's bonds redeemable in ten
lighthouse system for all the islands years and payable in twenty,
that figure in ocean commerce. twenty-five or thirty years.
"I regard the improvement of j Make payment of taxes for year
Honolulu harbor as likewise very ; previous to general election a con
important. I shall urge the erec-' ditto,, of the voting franchise,
tionof a breakwater at Hilo and; Establish a tariff duty of 2 on
the immediate appropriation of,
money for public buildiugs in both
Kuep Miichhilry Uui.ig.
it , , xt r
Honolulu, Nov. 16. becretary
r. . 1 1 .1
Carter was asked this morning
...,.. , ;.. .-.
1. Ill.llll.-J , till UdUllllll UWWU-l.UY
ernor with the retirement of Mr.
Dole to take the Federal judgeship,
he would immediately make his ap
pointments of heads of departments,
or whether he would defer such ac
tion until his commission as Gov
ernor of Hawaii was received from
The Secretary stated that he had
not yet made up his mind 011 this
point. One thing was certain,
however, it was absolutely neces
sary that the machinery of the
Government be continued as far as
possible, uninterruptedly. There
are many matters more or less held
test against the action of the United
states and European governments
their recognition of the Panama
' revolutionary government.
1 party leaders.
I San Francisco, Nov. 14. Follow
iug are the scores of the big foot
ball games played today: At New
Haven Princeton, n; Yale 6. At
-. . -. ,,, ,,,-,. , ...
lhe nrolcction giveil the Pa,mnKl ,
Republic. Colombia expects that
it will have the moral and active I
sympathy of all South and Central !
Washington, Nov. 14. Senator ,
Mark Hauna is slated for the chair-
Iniaiislup ot the Canal Committee 111
1 place of Senator Morgan. Hauna
n!ls ')ec11 l',e L'!ding advocate of
tne minima route aim it was largely
through his activity that negotia
tions were switched from the Nica
lit Governor Hole's Report to the
Governor Dole cives estimates of
harbor works at Honolulu and Hilo
'to cost $1,356,000. The proposed
works include deepening Honolulu
j harbor and channel to 34 feet, low
water. Hilo's breakwater is put
down nt one million dollars. A list
of 52 needed lighthouses with esti
mated cosf of striictiire.and dwel
ling, ns recommended by Lieut.
Commander Hugh Rodman, U. S.
N., is appended. Their aggregate
cost is $74,400.
He also recommends:
Reserve Cocoauut Island, Hilo,
for a free public pleasure ground,
its aforetime use, as the Federal
authorities do not now desire it for
a quarantine station
Require warrants of the auditor
niit a nr.nnil nn rnmin,, ,ir..
j . Admit a limited immigration of
! Chinese laborers, subject to depor-
tnli " tlleir "asing to serve at
agricultural or domestic labor.
' ., . , . -.
1 Recognize authority of Chinese
1 " , . .
!consi"s to administer estates of
Chinese dying intestate in the Ter
j Maintain an expert forester in
J the Territory, to act with local
I Federal Government assume man
agement of Hawaiian lighthouses
and improvement and care of Ha
(waiian harbors, or, alternatively,
(transfer sufficient of the customs
I revenue collected at Hawaiian ports
I for these purposes to the Territory.
1 Refund expenses of lighthouses
I and harbors from June 14, 1900, to
; the Territory.
Erect buildings for Federal offi
cials in Honolulu and Hilo.
Construct a breakwater for the
protection of Hilo harbor.
Washington, Nov. 15. Piesi
dent Roosevelt today sent to the
House the correspondence dealing
with the Panama government. This
correspondence was called, for by
Congressman Hitt of the Foreign
Relations Committee the first day
' "K ! extra session.
1 Colon, Panama, Nov. 16. The
Colombian Peace Commissioners
Maine, which came into port today.
A HOME COMPANY
Organized Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory or Hawaii.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, .Mortgages, Securities, Invest
incuts and Real Estate.
Homes Huilt on the Installment Plan
Tho Hawaiian Roalty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KENTWELL.
"til ..' 8T