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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLAND!: , FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903.
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OPPICR, KINO rtTRBKT, 1IILO. HAWAII.
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
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Director to. S. McKk.mik
M. mirrnM 1
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Advertisement! jtmccotniisnleil by specific
nalructlonn Imerteil uutil onlereil out.
Ailvettlementillcoiilltniiil berore expiration
or specified period will be chafed n If con-,
tlnued for lull term.
Addres all communications elllier to the
KaltorUlor Iluslness lJep.irtmeuls of TilK IH1.0
TRIBONR I'UBLISHINO COMI'ANV. '
The columns ol Tin; Hilo fKiiiu.NK are always
W1IVU VWMIHI ltU-"" 1 " " ,
..,n.,. r ti.M .nr T.i rffUe tiruDcr attcntton
each article must be signed by Its author. The
name, when desired, will be held confidential.
Tun Hilo TRiuu.Nft is not responsible lor the
opinions or statements of correspondents.
Wise & Ross,
Will practice In all Courts or the Territory, and
the Supreme Court or the Ualted States.
Office: Tkidunk I1uii.ui.no,
Bridge Street. IIII.O. HAWAII
.C. M. I.KIH.ONI)
W. II. SMITH
.LeBlond & Smith
Hsti. tspanese, and Lhlnese in
1 aul Notary Hubllcln Office
and Chinese Interpreters,
Office: ijKVKKANCK llUlUHNO,
.Opposite Court House,
J-.CASTliK RlDOWAV THOS. C. RIDC.WAY
Ridgway & Ridgway ,
.volidtors tf Patents Oeneral I.aw Practice
Notary Public in Office.
urnCK : Walanuenuc and llridKe Streets
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SPRGKON
Diseases of the eye
Honn.-. .co to 10:00 a.m. 4:0.1 to j'kj
p. hi. 7. to 8:o V' '"
Sunday: 10.03 a. tn. to 12:00 noon.
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Sukgkon
Office, Wuiaiiueuue St.
Hmiti, ;joio 10:30 a. m.; 2-4 mid 7:30'
to 8:30 i. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
ItKAIi KHTATK, ETC.
I. JE. RAY
ATTORNEY - AT - I.AW
and .VOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, D. I). S
Office llonts-. 9 (a 12, I to 4.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY. United States of America J
We offer you an investment Kuarantml Territory of Hawaii f "
)two Trust Companies. It may make Jn the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
you rich. This is no scheme or fake. Tp.km Summons.
Semi f 2.00 for INVHSTMHNTCIvRTIl'I- , v KAV) pjantiff, Vs. M. R. HIRO
CATK. If you are not satislied upon ill- cln) Defendant.
VWV7nrUviA' The Territory of Hawaii, U, tl,e IiKh
WUI.INUR " M!cal AKeiits, si,uriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
60 Uroadway, New ork. hjs I)c!MltVi 7ht. sberiff of the Island
A. H. JACKSON
FIRJv AND MMi INbURANUv
AOKNT POR NI5W YOKI
BISHOP & CO.
OAHU, II. I.
Transact a General nauking and P.x
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
cities of the worm.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
rsluuds, either as Deposits, Collections
Iusurauce or requests for Kxchunge.
CATIKU.1C CHURCH, IIKIIKIK STRHKT.
Sumbiys Holy Muss at 7, u.nnd 10:30
At 7 n. jii. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 11, in. Hnglish seriuon.
At 10:30 a. m. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 p. lit., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
1 Week Daw Holy Mass every ilny at
'6 a. 111.
livery Stuiiluy afternoon P.ngnsu in
suucuun iwi w;a"" "; " "" ,
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j . . ...
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nisiers m:uihi i.-:in.-.m...j, ""-
to 3 J). Ill
J !' '" . . , ,, , ill
IJ.iv or niiftit the Catholic cleruy will 1
attend to the wiinlsof the faithful.
Trade Unions Meetings.
1?? DURATION NO. 11 and 3 Monday
22 and 4 Monday
I.AI10R COUNCIL-! anil Ji'mmyeacii
CARl'KNTKRS 2 and 4 l'riday each
HACKMUN and TKAMSTKRS 1 and 3
Thursday each mouth.
PA1NTURS and DKCORATORS 2 and
4 Thursdav each uioutli.
I.ONGSHORliMIJN 2 and 4 Wednesday
President Hilo Trades and Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1903.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
I'assetiKcr Trains, Kxccpt Sunday.
lv Hilo ar
ar Keaau ar
nr.. Mount. V'w.dv
a.m. 1 r.M
lv Hilo ar
ar !'ahoa ar
, ur..ralioa Juiic.D
ar...Olaa JUll...ar .
ar '4ll0....ar .
ar Puna lv.
Jixcursiou tickets between all points
are bojl on Saturdays and Sundays, Kd
returning. MHJil th'e following Monday
Couiiiiiilattou ticUett, con1 fpr twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are bold at very
W. II. I.AMHKRT,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store jJAUUAUE
126 KINC ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Mam 5
Subscribe for the Tkhiu.ni'., Island sub
scription f 2.50.
ol Hawaii, or ills ueputy.
You are commanded to summon M. R.
Hiroclii, of Hilo, Hawaii, defendant, m
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u,m.,0l)tiisof the date of this smunioiis,
to be and appear before the said Circuit
Court at the Pebruary Turui thereof, to
be holdeu at South Hilo, Island ol Ha
waii, on Wednesday, the 17th day of
Pebruary next, at 10 o'clock a. 111. , to ,
show cause why the claim of J. V. Huy, .
plaiutlfl, should not be awarded to him '
pursuant to the tenor of his annexed
And have you then and there this writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the HON. C.IL1IP.UT P. LIT-
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Pourth
Circuit at South Hilo, Hawaii, this'
iHtti day of August, 1903.
DANIKL POHTKU, Clerk.
Jly Clias. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
J certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the Summons in said cause and
that said Court ordered publication of
lie saine lor lliree inouins iron, lie date
I)tU,(, ,, awi 0clj ,3i ,9
DANIKL P0RT15K, Cleil:
Ch.is. Hitchcock, DopuU Cleik,
, Wish & Rusk,
Attorneys for Plaintill. 5031110. 1
COMMISS10NKR.S SALI5 OP LIPK
INSURANC 15 POLICII5S AND
VALUAHLli RI5AL 15STATI5 SIT
UAT1C AT PONAHAWAI IN THE
DISTRICT OP 1111.0, ISLAND OP
HAWAII, THRRITORY OK HA
WAII. Pursuant to a Decree made liy the Hon
orable J T. De Holt, Pfrst Indue of the
Circuit Court of the t'irt Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, filed on the 4th day
of November, A. D. 1903, in a cause en
Li1.11.it kJ '
titled S. M. Damon, b. I'.. Damon ami
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II. k. aUV, UOMltl DUSIML'bS llf u-iiui
ncrs under the nn
. . '
mi name of bishop &
V.0HIIMI1V VS. iHliriilll IV. illlllll uiiii
,,,, , n..,n...MV n Trnsu-t. of tbe
Marian R. Austin and
j,;slulL. f Herbert C. Austin, n lliiukrtitit.
niII fol forcciHure of morlnaKe, Hijuity
Division No. 1352, the undersigned, as
Commissioner duly unpointed, will ex-
pose for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder, subject to confirmation
by the Court,
ON SATURDAY, DI-CIvMllHRsth, 1903.
at 12 o'clock noon,
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u I the ' jSLtaS : bSJ in Vlonolulu.
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10 u.e jmncmrj 1 ,,.. k, . ....- ,
ISiailll 01 UfIW l"C luuuniiijj iiBkiiura
I-'irst: That certain Policy of I.lfr In
surance issued by tile N(iH' Vork I.ilb In
suraucc Company 011 the life of Herbert
C. Austin, for Pive Thousand Dollars,
dated May 19th, 1890, and numbered
Second: That certain Life Insurance
Policy issued by said New York Life In
surance Company on the life of said Her
bert C. Austin, for Pive Thousand Dol
lars, dated Sentcmlier 6th, 1894. and
Third: All that certain lot, piece or
parcel of laud situate ill Poualiawai, Hilo,
Island of Hawaii in said Territory (beinj;
part of the laud described in Royal Patent
(Grant) 252 to II. Pitman), and bounded
and dfsenbed as follows:
Commeimiiiu on the South side of Po
uahawai street at the U'ps(. comer of Lot
No. 3, owned by ftioeiifoe, and rujinitiK
alon.' the boundary of said lot South
35'i deU- Wpst 250 feet; thence along
Lot No, 9 South SSli dK- West a'5 feet;
thence ajoiif! the road iN'orlh 35J ieR
West 213 feet to Potialmwai strpctj Uieuce
along said street North 44 'leg, J5st 215
feet lo the point of commencement; con
taining 1111 nrea of ono mid two-tenths
acres, and being the same premise des
cribed in deed from I). II. Hitchcock to
said Marian R. Austin by date of October
21st, 1890, recorded lii said Registry
Office in Liber 125 on page 416, together
with all improvements thereon.
Terms of Sale are Cash in U. S. Gold
Coin Hepl r eicppiliie f miiptui!aci.
For further particulars inquire bi Messrs.
Smith & Lewis at their ojfice No. 20 in
Judd lUiihliug, on Port fitteet, Honolulu,
T. II., or to the undersigned itt Ills office
in said Judiciary Building.
P. D. KI5LLKTT.JR.
Dated af Honolulu, Oahu, November 4th,
SofMM' to CnMlUors,
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii ( t,!"
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit.
At Chamiikks In Pkohatic.
In the matter of the Instate of Kkaeka
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed lias b'cci) appojutd Atljlljn jstrnlor
of the estate of l;kaeka iw.ji offtahiowa,
Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
All cri'ditors of said deceased are hereby
notified to present thulr plali whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified, to
the undersigned at the Kalaoa Store,
within six mouths 1 rout date, or they will
be forever barred.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 17, 1903,
P. S. Lyman, Attorney. 3-4
Notice is hereby given that the appli
cations for settlement of Itouudarics, ad
vertised for November 7th and 14th, in
Hilo, are continued until December 10th,
1903, at 10 o'clock a. 111., and the Kohala
applications, that were advertised for
November 141I1 and 21st are continued
uutil December 19th, at 9 a. 111.
P. S. LYMAN,
Commissioner of Boundaries.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 19, 1903. 3.3
M 111,0" eradic
stops falling of the hair and
keeps the hair and scalp m a
$1.00 Per Bottle.
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Milt) Cotillion Club UIvck Mngiilllceii
The Hilo Cotillion Club scored
nnotlier brilliant social success
1 HiuiKsgivmg evening ai spreckels- possible, to loosen the sub-soil. Of morning considering the matter of
hall. It was the first german of ! the replies received, twenty niana- appointments of heads of depart
the year and the general scheme of gers use implements, five breakers, j ments. He had noted engagements
a wncnes nignt was suggested and
worked out by Mrs. Hayes. Able,
aim artistic assistants carried out
her general plan of decorations, and
when the guests arrived at the hall
they Were confronted by a wierd
and fascinating scene. Witches,
black cats, bats, imps and love sick
Mnllntlti fins nawl !.. ......... .1
uiumi.ii.- ut ...in iiuiij; .inning stars
" Ue ""' F cl,,n l,0. he J'llase
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up l-fiigeoiis and yellow around the
Upon the stage was the
Home 01 the witcli. Her boiling 1 he yellow Caledonia is best on tin-. In the recommendations of the Re
cant ron emitted volcanic fumes as irrigated lands, having replaced the publican Central Committee, re
she .aade her bat wing brew. Aside 1 Rose Hamb'oo. Mr. Kckart of the quested by the Governor, the three
from the greenery used in decora-1 Kxporimont Station believes that I above names were favored
tion . there was everywhere all con-
ceiviible forms of the things that
witches love. Manners, with words L,ckart reported for tho com- they had been recommended by the
printed on them that would make ' mittee on fertilization. The aver- Central Committee and that the
children shiver were stretched above 1 age use of fertilizers per acre has 'choice of that committee coincided
doorwnyq. Tb,e jilaudhs of every increased from H50 lbs in 1902 to with his own ideas,
guest present were for Mrs. Hayes .ijiolbs in 1903. ' ln view of the valuable services
who designed the whole plan. The percentages of fertilizer in j performed in the past by Andrews,
Tiie fjancjnjj began with the the two yonrs was ns follows: Fisher and Atkinson, as Attorney
genvati, C. N. 1'ronjy nnd Mrs, ; 1903 Phosphoric acid, 8 per General, Auditor and Superin
Rice leading, After the grand cunt,' potash, 9 percent; nitrogen, ( tendent of Public Instruction, re
march there were four or five new , 6 per cent. spectively, the Governor took pleas
atid original flgtiren, with ciccom- 1903 Phosphoric acid, 7.1 pe,r re in expressing it as his wish that
patiimcnt of make-up and parapher- cent; potash, 10. 1 per cent; nitro- they continue in office under the
nalia that dazzled the spectators. , gen, 6 per cent. ' new administration. Messrs, Aml
The music was by Carvalho's or-1 With enormous expenditure! tews, Fisher and Atkinson noted
chestra and throughout the whole for fertilizers thecommitteo believed 1 their appreciation of the Governor's
evening the dancing proceeded A't wise to consider whether the gain 1 action and assured him of their
w'V 'Ait n htrti. Us, cammwtsunUe- with the cost. I hearty support and co-operation in
Mrs. Shaw iui personated Hu' ' Kcurt found that Uie value of ferti- the work of their various depart
witch s with Hustor Stacker as ' lizers was lessened if used too early I ments.
coadjutor, in her den on the stage or too late. Mark Robinson and C. S. Hollo-
made good sport for the company Chairman II. P. Baldwin of tho . way were also callers, by appoint
during the waiting moments be-j committee on irrigation, was not I ment, on the Governor this moni-
tween figures. The german was I
garried out with more precision and
success tlwn any tjiven in Hilo be-!
lore. The favors were very appro-
priate and wore further evidence of desire for cane-loading machinery, J When it was suggested to Gover
the indefatigable work of the coin- but little "had been accomplished in nor Carter that there might be some
mittee. j this line. There was u.o icason why I feeling that the Hawaiiatis were not
During an intermission excellent j an attempt shutiht not be made to 1 remembered as well as they might
refreshments were served. j yet the loading machinery here. Iuibe in the way of appointments;
Nearly all of the dctajls of the 1 Louisiana five cents a ton is uved (that the acceptance of the resigna
art work were done by J. Castle ' over methods used here. Five cents I tion of Land Commissioner Boyd,
and Thomas C. Ridgway. The ' a ton would mean $150,000 to the 'if his resignation was accepted,
decoration committee received, val-; planters of Hawaii. Kennedy ' might be considered unfavorably by
uahle assistance from Messrs. I low
land, Ragsdale, Schooling and
The committees who had the ger
man in charge were:
Decorations Mrs. Henry Hayes, 1 machinery.
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Miss I.ihnoe Hnpu.1, Mrs. II. L. 1 I.. A. 1 lutrston, duruijj thegeu -
Shaw, Mis Loebenstein, Miss Kmily I eral discussion, thought Kennedy
Peck, I. H. Ray, K. F. Nichols and) had tquehed on a most important
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Favors Mr. Milton Rice, Mrs,
A. C. McKenuey, Mrs. II. h. Ross,
Mrs. J. T. Stacker, Mrs. D. A. I.oe -
benstein, Mrs. Paul Bartels, Miss
Ruth Richardson and Miss Crow.
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Holmes, Mrs, J. T. Icw;Si Mr. .
Favor Tables Mrs. A. C. Mc
Kenuey, Mrs. A. S. I.eB. Gurney,
Mrs. J. A. Scott.
Patronesses Mrs. C. I'urneaux,
1 Mrs. C. C. Kenuetly, Mrs, Peck.
M.rs. J. J,. Richardson, Mrs. Ridg
way. Ushers 1?. C. Mellor and Thos.
KKl'OKT 0,P a AIHN.
Tim I. (Hiding of Cane by Miii'lilucry
f Honolulu, Nov. 24. Reporting
J I for the commjttieeon cultivation, at
T 1 the meeting nunc Planters asso-
f ' ciatiou yesterday afternoon, Geo.
F. Kenton dealt with
tion of the soil, planting of cane
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and cultivation of unirrigated lauds.
A difficulty in securing statistics,
Iiq said, was that there was no uni-
fortuity of accounts and local con-
ditious were complicated. Fifty -
two circulars were sent to as many
plantations and nnswers had been
received from thirty-six, sixteen
from unirriuatcd nlantations. and
nineteen from irrigated. One gen -
) cral principal is to plow as deep as
( and eleven disc plows and sub-soil
plows. With the report a paper
, was submitted by J. M. Horner on
I the advantages of the disc plow,
Mr. Kenton suggested that the disc
principle could be carried out in
the steam implements, where the
land was free from rocks.
Tl J .. t
Kenton s report lavorcti long ra-
ioa" "B "P " on irri-
( f,-.-. p"i.,uuin i.-,
' Kauai and Maui. I.ahaina cane is
, favorite on irrigated plantations,
Demerara is the best variety of cane
for irrigated plantations.
present and no, rupart was ready,
V Q. Konuedy contributed a paper
on the handling and transportation
of cane. There had been a great
thought the plantations here were
slow in making changes when lajjor
is plenty; but once Ut labor be
scarce, as it is yetting to be, it will
be necessary to uet labor-savinir
1 iuiiU tiiiu linn uiiivjiiiiw nauiim ui'
I done to improve methods of loading
i cane from the fields and transporta -
1 tion to the mills.
i Renton thought Hvidtug by mn-
' chinery wiis oniv (iiestiou of time.
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of tho Wilson cane loader.
F. B. McStocker of Olua said
Kennedy had touched the prime
point in the sugar industry. Olaa
had iotiiid the cost ol transportation
liv nortnhln trnfL- Sfv'iiitv-fivi rii.r
-.,.. l.i.ri.or ibnn l,v num..
Manager I.ow of Honolulu plan
tation doubted the accuracy of the
statistics given, lie favored the as
sociation spending money to get a
machine which would do the work.
The leport of Mr. Kennedy was
adopted without any action toward
offering a prize for the invention of
a cane loader.
Reports from various plantations
showed tho cost of producing one
ton of sugar ranges from 4.07 to
011 the utilization of1
by-products, W. W. Goodale esti
mated that the loss was fifteen per
cent., all of which could be saved.
,1ICSU" "" uie sen iineui m tne
territory fostered by the forefatheis
of lhe j, piautntlon nien, the
missionaries, was against the use of
molasses for liquor. The commit-
tee recommended a further study of
1 the subject.
CAKTKK ACCEPTS TlllttiK.
Uovcriior has Found Timber
lopnrt nirut Heads.
Nov. 24. Governor
Carter was much
, with some dozen gentlemen, 11am-
iiiK hours for interviews that covered
the time between 10 o'clock this
morning and 3:30 o'rlock this after
noon. At noon the Governor had seen
Attorney General I.orrin Andrews,
Auditor Fisher and Superintendent
of Public Instruction Atkinson.
These officials, with all other
heads of departments, except Treas
urer Kenoikai. had tendered their
resimiations to the new fimwnnr.
' Governor Carter informed And-
rows, Fisher and Atkinson that
ing. No definite action had been
taken at noon in the relation to the
appointment cl others than And
rews. Fisher and Atkinson.
ina.uy; and that this in connection
1 with the Kepoikai incident would
possibly excite much criticism to
the effect that the Hawaiians were
iu-t K'lhig a fair deal in the appoint-
-' .1... r ?
""" .u,c "vcrnor, appearing
surprised, stated that he knew ot
lUie BXisleiiee 0f ,10 MIch fceling;
that he heartly hoped that if there'
, was such feeling, it would take
1 (Infinite sli:nu? Mint In. ivmibl lin
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only too glad to consider the names
Ci nnmtm rlivfltlk iC tMirrnrminr
1 the tll,tieb of a' office t0 wliicli he
The Govenor emphasized the fact
' 'l1;11 capability was the first con-
i sideration and he wanted none but
Ci'ltmnU fiifMi. It innrltf nn fiiftfrntipf
'whether the officeholder was Ha-
' waiian or otherwise as long as he
i was capable,
A HOME COMPANY
Organised Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, 1 11 vest
ments and Real Hslate.
Homes built on the Installment Plati
Tho Hawaiian Roalty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KI5NTW15I.L.