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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1903.
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CATHOLIC CHURCH, IIKIIM'.K STKItltT.
Sunday Holy Mum nt 7, 9 nml 10:30
At 7 a. til. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 n, tn. littnllsli sermon.
At 10:3011. tn. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 ji. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
' nml lleucdictioii.
1 Week Days Holy Mass every tiny nt
' 6 11. m. "
j livery Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys tttitl girls tit llrothei's
hiiiI Sister's schools respectively, from 2
to 3 p. in.
1 Day or night the Catholic clergy will
nttcntl tothe wautsof the faithful.
1 PATHKR OLIVKR,
I Parish Rector.
Trade Unions Meetings.
i FKHKRATION NO. I I uutl 3 Monday
' each month.
PKDKRATION NO. 22 anil . Monday
, LAHOR COUNCIL 1 and 3 I'ritlay each
CARPKNTKRS 2 ami 4 I'ritlay each
, HACKMKN ami TKAMSTHRS 1 nml 3
Thursday each month.
, PAINTURS nml DECORATORS 2 nntl
4 Thursdav ouch month.
LONGSHORKMIJN 2 ami 4 Wednesday
1 President Hilo Trades nml Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1903.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
A.M. P.M. STATIONS A.M., P.M.
7:30 3:00 lv Hilo ar 9:301 6:00
7:50 3:20 or.. .Olaa Mill...ar 9:10 5:30
8:00 3:40 ur Keaau ar 9:00 5:15
8:15 4:ooar... Ferntlale...ar 8:45 5:00
8:30 4:3oar..Mount. V'w..lv 8:30 4:45
a.m. p.m. SUNDAY. a.m. , P.M.
3:oo 3:30 lv Hilo ar 10:30) 5:30
8:20 3:50 ar...Olnu Mill... ar 10:10, 5:10
8:30 4:00 ar Keanu nr 10:00 5:00
8:45, 4:15 nr... I'vrutlnle ...ar 9:45 4:45
9:001 4:3oar..Mouut. V'w..lv 9:30 4:30
a.m.' ' FOR PUNA p.m.
10:30' ilv Hilo nr 3:50
10:50 nr...01aa Mill...nr I 3:30
11:20 ar..Pahoa Juuc.ar 3:00
12:40 jar Pnhoa nr 1 240
12:00 ar..Pahoa Junc.ar 2:20
12:20 ar Puna lv I 2:00
a.m ' Sunday. ! p.m.
9:00, lv Hilo ari 4:50
9!20 ar...01aa Mill...arj 4:30
10:05 ar..Pahoa June ' 4:00
10:25 nr l'ahoa nr 3:40
10:45 ar..Pahoa Junc.ar, 3.20
1 1-05 'ar Puna lv 3:00
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, uood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are bold at very
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United States of America I
Territory of Hawaii
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
J. V, RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. HIRO-
The Territory of Hawaii; to the High
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
his Deputy, the Sheriff ot the Island
of Hawaii, or his Deputy.
You are commanded to summon M. R.
Hirochi, of Hilo, Hawaii, defendant, 111
case he shall file written answer within
three mouths of the date of this summons,
t be and appear before the saitl Circuit
Court at the February Term thereof, to
Ik- hidden at South Hllo, Island ot Ha
waii, on Wednesday, the 17II1 day of
February next, tit 10 o'clock a. m., to
show cause why the claim of J. V. Ray,
plaintiff, should not be awarded to him
pursuant to the tenor of his annexed
Ami have you then and there this writ
with full return of your proceedings
Witness the HON. OILHERT F. LIT
TLE, ' Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Circuit ut South Hilo, Hawaii, this
' 18th ilny of August, 1903.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Hy Clms. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
I certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the Summons in saitl cause nml
that saitl Court ordered publication of
the same for three months from the date
hereof and continuance of said cause
until the February Term of this Court.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 13, 1903.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Hy Chus. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
, Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50-31110.
COMMISSIONERS SALE OF LIFE
I N S U R A N C E POLICIES AND
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE SIT
UATE AT PONAHAWAI IN THE
DISTRICT OF HILO, ISLAND OF
HAWAII. TERRITORY OF HA
WAII. Pursuant to n Decree made by the Hon
orable J T. De Holt, First Judge of the
Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, filed on the 4H1 dny
of November, A. D. 1903, in a cause en
titled S. M. Damon, S. E. Damon nml
II. E. Wnity, doing business as Co-Partners
under the firm name of llishop &
Company vs. Marinti R. Austin nml
Charles R. Hemenw.iy as Trustee of the
Estate ol Herbert C. Austin, 11 Uunkrtmt.
Hill fot foreclosure of mortgage, Equity
Division No. 1352, the undersigned, as
Commissioner duly appointed, will ex
pose for sale nt public auction to the
highest bidder, subject to confirmation
by the Court,
ON SATURDAY, DECEMHER5U1, 1903.
nt 12 o'clock noon,
of saitl day nt the front (tnnukn) entrance
to the Judiciary Huildiug, in Honolulu,
Islam! of Oaliu, 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, 1S90, 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 Five Thousand Dol
lars, tinted September 6lh, 1894, and
Third; All that certain lot, piece or
parcel of land situate in Ponnhawai, Hilo,
Island of Hawaii in said Territory (being
part of the laud described in Roynl Patent
(Grant) 252 to II, Pitman), and bounded
anil described as follows:
Commencing on the South side of Pu-
nahnwai street at the West comer of Lot
No. 3, owned by Moetuoe, nml running
nloiu the boundary of saitl lot South
35j 'leg. West 250 feet; thence along
Lot No. 9 South ss'i leg. West 215 feet;
thence along the roatl North 35 deg.
West 213 feet to Ponnhawai street; thence
along said street North 44 deg. East 215
feet to the point of commencement; con
taining an area of one mid two-tenths
acres, uutl being the same premises des
cribed in deed from D. II. Hitchcock to
saitl Marian R. Austin by date of October
21st, 1890, recorded ih said Registry
Office in Liber 125 on page 416, togethei
with all improvements thereon.
Terms of Sale nre Cnsh in U. S. Gold
Coin. Deed nt expense of purchaser
For further particulars inquire ot Messrs.
Smith & Lewis nt their office No. 206 in
Judd Huildiug, on Fort street, Honolulu,
T. II., or to the undersigned at his office
in said Judiciary Huildiug.
P. I). KELLETT.Jk.
Dated nt Honolulu, Oahu, November 4th,
Notice to Creditors;
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiikrs In Proiiath.
In the matter of the Estate of Ekaeka
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
1 01 tue estate ol liknekn (w.), ol Knlaown,
Hllo, Hawaii, deceased.
I All creditors of saitl deceased are hereby
I notified to nresent their claims, whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified, to
the undersigned at the Kulaon Store,
within six months Irom date, or they will
be forever barred.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 17, 1903.
F. S. Lyman, Attorney. 3.4
Notice is hereby given that the appli
cations for settlement of boundaries, ad
vertised for November 7th ami 14th, in
Hilo, are continued until December loth,
I 1903, at 10 o'clock a. in., and the Kohala
j applications, Hint were advertised for
November 14th and 2isl are continued
I until December 19th, at 9 a. 111.
I F. S. LYMAN,
1 Commissioner of Houndaries.
I Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 19, 1903. 3-3
) The Owl !
j"Pilo" Tonic j
i will stop it. i
"PILO" eradicates dandruff,
stops lulling 01 tue uair ami
keeps the hair and scalp in a
$1.00 Per Bottle.
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Merlin, Dec. 1. Germany 1ms
recognized the independence of
Munich, Nov. 30. The Uni
versity of Munich has decided to
J Dublin, Nov. 30. William J.
Ilrynn was given a luncheon by
the Lord Mayor of Dublin.
Washington, Dec. 1. The Su
preme Court has nlliruicd the con-
Istilutionality of the Kansas eight
Washington, Dee. 1. President
Roosevelt will n-rniTiiiy Hi,. ITimr
1 " -
cfScrvia and reestablish the lega-
tion at Belgrade.
'Denver, Colo., Nov. 30. Many
of the miners in the Northern dis
tricts are resuming work. Condi
tions are very much improved.
Paris, Nov. 30. The Dreyfus
commission will soon submit its
conclusions on the demand for a
complete revision of the case.
New York, Nov. 25. Fran
Wagner, who brought suit to re
I. strain the American production of
! Parsifal here, has lost her case.
I Loudon, Dec. 1. Sir Frederick
I Bramwcll, the noted engineer, is
dead at 85. He was a civilian
member of the British ordnance
London, Nov. 30. Reports from
the Russian districts of Armenia tell
I of serious conditions. Conflicts are
I ....!.. 1 .
luiiaiuuuy occurring oeiween me
troops, police and people.
Puerto Plata, Nov. 30. Presi
dent Morales and Secretary of Slates
Alfan sailed today for San Domingo.
The elections under thenew Domin
ican government will take place in
London, Nov. 30. It is authori
tatively stated that Great Britain
has no designs on Thibet. The
British policy is centered solely in
maintaining the integrity of its
present position in Asia. j
Boston, Nov. 30. An average '
reduction of 10 per cent has been I
made by the employees of 15,000!
textile workers of this section. Drop
in prices and over production are
given as the reasons forcing the re
duction. ' 1
Port of Spain, Dec. 1. A British!
squadron is going to La Guayra, it
is reported, in connection with !
President Castro's closing of the
Orinoco river to foreign trade. 1
Great Britain has twice protested 1
against this measure.
Loudon, November 30. Admiral
Alexieff has dispatched a battleship
and three destroyers to Chemulpo
to support the demand made for re
dress urowiug out of the trouble be
tween Japanese and Russian sailors.
Russia is apparently actively pre
paring for war. She is now en
deavoring to purchase for the far
east two Chilean battleships just
built in Fuglaud.
Protectors or Tlilhel.
Tientsin, Dec. 1 . It is under
stood that England and China will
hold Thibet against Russia.
The Chinese resident in Thibet
recently reported that hundreds of
Russian cavalrymen were entering
the country. He protested against
this invasion, but the L'Hassa gov
ernment paid 110 attention to him
as it was stated that the cavalry
men were only "visiting" in the
country. Colonel Younghusbaud
is at present leading a British col
umn into Thibet to remind the
Thibetans that they have disre
garded certain treaties in connec
tion with British and Indian trade.
Russia is said to be backing up the
present stubbornness of the govern
ment of Thibet.
rent-mi tJrntl Jury .Opens way for
Ollirr Juries. j Would Chnuiro Art.
Honolulu, T. II., December 1. I Honolulu, Dec. 1. Attorney W.
Solomon Meheula, Clerk of the, A. Kinney is interviewing repre
Ilouse of Representatives, had twoiscntalive ofTicinls, attorneys, fliiau
indictments presented against him 1 ciers nml misincss mcn ol, their
for destruction of vouchers. That I various rmii.ln r..in,;.. . .1... .
11 e Was Hie on v one inflicted is
simply because the looting of the
treasury shown up by the grand
jury does not come within the scope
of Federal law to punish. By Me
heula's official position, that made
him the custodian of public records,
he became amenable to the statute
of the United Stutes provided for
safeguarding such documents.
When it was found he had paid out
more than one thousand dollars,
including several considerable sums
to Himself, without having vouchers
to show authority for the exnendi -
lure, the duty of the grand jury
was to investigate whether or not
there ever had been vouchers for
the items in question and if so what
had become of them. The fact
that they returned indictments for
the destruction of the vouchers rep-
resenting moneys paid to Meheula
himself indicates that they found
probable cause to convict him of de-
stroying these records.
With regard to the receiving of
public money by others than the
Clerk, for which either or no ser-
vice or only a mere pretense of ser -
vice had been rendered, the Fider-
al grand jury was compelled to pass
the facts on to the Territorial au-1
thorities for jurisdiction as coming
under the 'IVrritnrinl Init.c nnn!ii
-" -- it.,.? lll,DI j
embezzlement, larceny, gross cheat, Y" nerai urisiow lias imally
or what ever law, in any particular', " matle PubHc in much con
ease, applied. densed form. The report contains
Honolulu, Nov. 30. Governor
Carter called around him the heads
of all Territorial government de
partments this morning at 11
o'clock lor a discussion of the policy
ol the administration and with a
IMOll' tn til,, pnmntnlncl nn w.n...:..
of all branches of the government
wiin its neaci.
The meeting was not in the na
ture of au "executive council." as
were called such gatherings under
the former administration, but, as
tue Liovernor expressed it, a "get-
,;.,, ,i, . . .,. ,, ,
nun nit ituui lUKeiuer, uiiu com- .,. .1 , . .
ing to an understanding of the con-' L?" Jn"? 7 , '" t
duct of affairs. j btep.S ,,a."e "lrf ' b,ee takc ad
ry r. , . . r a sim wl" probably be filed as soon
Governor Carter stated t is after- L . .1 .1 . !.
noon that he had reappointed Dr. ?! '" ?Ty T Tr mt
C. B. Cooper and W. F.. Wall a 'V 7" 'd U,e hceMC C,a,1Se
President of the Board of Health Svt' P " " , ",m fr"!
and Government Surveyor, respec- -J ' "S, , T "" r" ,?"
tiv,.j ' and write the Lnghsh or Hawaiian
.language. M. Saito, the Japanese
Unhurt Itesluns. Consul General of Hawaii, has ta-
I.ondon, Nov. 28. Lord Roberts, ken the matter up and an opinion
commander of the British army, is ! husbeen obtained from leading conn
to resign 011 account of his ill health, sel in the city to the effect that the
Roberts is recovering from au at- obnoxious clause can be killed. It
tack of pneumonia, but will not re-
sitme charge of the army. Sir Al-
has sailed for South
The resignation ol Lord Roberts,
the hero of many wars and the idol
of all British people, from the com
mand of the British Army, will
probably mean that Roberts has
held his last command. Roberts is
now over seventy years of age. He
has been over fifty years in the
London, Nov. 30. The Japan
ese Minister in au interview to-day
said that it was for the interest of
Japan and other nations to have 1
either Yongainpho or Wiji opened)
to commerce. It is the intention
of Japan to negotiate with Korea
Washington, Dec. 1. In the
.Senate inquiry into the claims to '
, promotion of Brigadier General '
I Leonard Wood, Major General
Brooke testified that General Wood
' was insubordinate in Cuba. Wood
I will probably be recalled from the
I Philippines to testify.
I U.S. District Alloriior llreckons
I -..... .J .W...V.TV. IU IIIV. J.IU-
posed protest of the Bar Association
against the Mitchell amendments to
the Organic Act, providing, among
other things, foi the carrying of ap
peals from the local Supreme Court
to the United States Supreme Court.
Addressing U. S. District Attor-
' Breckons on the subject this
morning, Mr. Kinney learned that
the former favored the amendments.
Breckons stated that from a
home-rule standpoint he did not fa
vor the amendments, as he thought
"niiuiiimw, tin Itc lliuuglll
Hawaii could provide men capable
!euotti:h to conduct Incnl nfTnir ;..
'the judiciary and otherwise. On
general principals, however, Ha
waii not having the same rights
peculiar to States, we should have
the right to appeal cases involving
j interests of a certain proportion to
the Federal government. When
we became a State this would be
' unnecessary. We should hasten to
j become a State,
; Kinney asked Breckons to write
! his views and send them along to
swell the bunch of varied opinions
j which will go to Washington to
1 illustrate to the authorities the local
... "f?"1 " i,0Sta, FraU"S-
wasuiugion, iNov. 29. rue long
j expected report of Assistant Post-
n long account 01 tue various phases
ot gross corruption found to exist
in various bureaus of the postal de
partments, much of which has al
ready been matle public in grand
jury indictments and criminal pros
ecutions. President Roosevelt in a brief in
troduction commends the renort
!a."d I,ronn'ses the vigorous prosecu-
I (inn f nit rfTAai1nM ... ... i t.
tiou of all offenders no matter what
their official, social or political sta
tion in life.
Jups Attack Law.
Honolulu November 30. Japan-
A1.0 llrt(1fiia ... .
"- imk-mucii aic iireparniK to
s "ot determined as yet whether
the law is to be tested in the Feder-
' "1 or Territorial courts, but definite
I action will be determined immi nnvt
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Orgiiuucu Under the I.aus of the Tcr
ritory of Hawaii.
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