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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER n, 1903.
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V. RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. HIRO-
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Th(crr"or"' ""u,: l?",c H,h
Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or
hj(j j, lv- lh(. Silt.nll , lhl. Isianil
of Hawaii, or his Deputy.
You are commanded to summon M. R.
Hirochi, of Hilo, Hawaii, defendant, in
case lie sunn me niuien answer wilillll
thrte months of the ilate of this suinuions,
to be and appear before the sud Circuit
It tm' K(.,mmry Tcrm llllK ,f l()
be holden at South Hilo, Island ui lla-
wall, oil Wednesday, the 17th day of
Penman next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to
show cause why the claim of J. V. Ra,
plaintiff, should not be awarded to him
pursiMut to the tenor of his annexed
ere this writ
And have you then and th
wltli lull return ol our
Witness the HON. GILBERT F. LIT
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
Circuit at South Hilo, Hawaii, this
inth diyof August, 1903
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
I certify the foregoing to be a true
py of the Summons in said cause and
Court ordcicd publication of
the Mine for three mouths from the date '
hertof and continuance of said cause
't'l ll,1e.,.f,,i1'li')r, '.V"" of ll,is Court-
Dated Hilo. Hawaii, Oct. 13, 1903.
DANIEL PORTER, Chrk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
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Attorneys for Pluiutifi.
In accordance with Section I of Chap
ter XXIV of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing December 31, 1903, will be due and
pajublc at the office of the Hilo Water
Works on the 1st day of Janmry, 1904.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due w ill be sub
ject loan additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid February 15, 1904. (thirty days
after becoming delinquent), are liable to
suspension without further notice.
Rates arc payable at the office of the
Superintendent Hilo Wnter Works.
Hilo, December 1, 1903. 5-5
United Slnte9 of America J
Territory of Hawaii J,v"
In the Circuit Court of the I'ottrth Circuit.
AT ClIAMIIltKS IN PKOIIATH.
Iu the matter of the estate of KAHOAKA
(k.), of Hamakiia, deceased.
The petition nnd accounts of the Ad
ministrator of the estate of said deceased
having been filed wherein he asks that
his accounts be examined and npproed,
and that 11 final order be made of distri
bution of the property remaining iu his
hands to the persons thereto entitled;
that the heirs of said estate may be ascer
tained and declaied, and discharging him
from further responsibility as such Ad
ministrator. It is onkred that Tuesday, the !2th
day of January, 1904, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at Chambers, iu the Courtroom of this
Court at South Hilo, Hawaii, be and the
same is appointed as the time and place
for hearing said petition and accounts,
and that all persons interested may then
and there appear and show cause, if any
they hae, why the prajerof the petition
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, December 2, 1903.
By the Court.
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
LhBloni) & Smith,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 5-4
Notice to Creditors.
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii
Iu the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamuhrs In Proiiatij.
Iu the matter of the Estate of Ekaeku
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Ekacka (w.), of Kalaowa,
Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
Ali creditors of said deceased arc hereby
notified to present their claims, whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified, to
the undersigned at the Knlaoa Store,
within six months Irom date, or they will
be forever barred.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 17, 1903.
I'. S. Lyman, Attorney. 3-4
Check No. 28 drawn by Hilo Electric
Light Company 011 First Bank of Hilo,
Lid., Jan 15, 1903, iu favor of Mrs. F. W.
Horner, for amount of $5. Payment of
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Treasurer II. I?. L. Co., Ltd.
Hilo, Nov. at, 1903. 4.3
Young pack mules, nnd a limited num
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Durham bulls. First come, first served.
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'okio, Japan, Dec. 6. The Jap
anese diet has been convened.
Victoria, Dec. 7. The attempt
made to float the Flora lias not been
Victoria, Dec. 8. Attempts to
float II. M. S. Flora arc so far unsuccessful.
Madrid, Dec. 5. Senor Maura
has been named as Premier to form
the new Spanish cabinet.
Tientsin, Dec. 7. Thc Russians
have expelled the Chinese officials
of the Treasury at Mukden.
St. Petersberg, Dec. 7. The
Russian government has formally
recognized the Republic of Panama.
San lfrancisco, Dec. 6. In
Tong battle in Chinatown Saturday
litglu highbinders killed two Chi
nese. Denver, Col., Dec. 5. John
Mitchell has advised that the min
ers of tli- Southern district continue
Randsfonlein, Dec. 5. Masked
robbers held up the Robinson bank
earls this morning and got away
Peking, Dec. 7. The Chinese
Government is concluding an agree
ment with Russia for the govern
ment of Manchuria.
Peking, Dec. 8. Owing to the
pressure of foreign opinion the Km
press Dowager has ordered light
punishment for the Supao editors.
Victoria, U. C, Dec. 5. Admiral
Rickford is superintending efforts
to float H. M. S. Klora. There is
a bare possibility of saving the ves -
Washington. Dec. 6.-lt is stated
here on good authority that there
will be no effort to pass the ship
subsidy bill at this session of Con
gress. Shanghai, Dec. S. The trial of
the Supao editors has concluded.
One was released and judgment in
regard to the others has been re
irmiuati. uec. a. A party on
non-union miners has been am
bushed and shot near here. The
sheriff is pursuing the murdercjs
Portland, Oregon, Dec. 6 The
football game here resulted iu favor
of the Mukuomas over the Uni
versity of Washington, by a score
of six to nothing.
Buffalo, Dec. 8. A gang of
smugglers of contraband Chinese
has been discovered here. Three
men have been arrested and the
capture of others is expected.
Colon, l'anama, Dec. a. It is
rumored that 3000 soldiers have left
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viiii.igv:i!,i iui 111c mviisiuii ui 111c
isthmus. The cruiser Atlanta and
several Anerican gunboats hiuc
gone to investigate.
Seoul, Korea, Dec. 5. American
Minister II. N. Allen held a con -
ference with the Korean Kmperor
today to secure the opening of the
port of Wiju. The conference was
without positive result.
Washington, Dec. 5.-I11 conse-
quenceofthe adjournment of the
extra session ol Congress today the 1
commission ol General Wood, uoni-!
inated as Major General by the
President, will lapse. One hun
dred and sixty-seven Presidential
I appointees suffer the same fate.
Washington, Dec. 7. The Presi-
1 dent sent to the Senate today thc
nominations of A. I.. C. Atkinson
107 others mat lapsed uurtug tlie
'extra session are still pending.
6 to be Secretary of the Territory of the will of the late Alexander Duus-
: ) , Hawaii, and Arthur 1-isk to be "ir. te former well known mil-1
J 1 Postmaster at San Francisco. The ' lk!""ire' s.et nhUJe in order, that she
. 4, nomination of General Wood and ( ebU,lCi The young Califomian act-
UIUIIT TO 'REMOVE OFFICERS.
K(i(K(xll nuts More Power (Ihcn
Washington, Dec. 7. The extra
session of the Senate aj'ourucd to-
day at noon, when the Senate '
with thc House of RepresctativeS
reassembled for the regulnr session. ;
Immediately after thc prelimi
naries of organization the Presi
dents message was received. '
In dealing with Hawaii the
President urges upon Congress the
necessity of an appropriation for
building lighthouses and acquiring
those already existing, reimburs
ing the Territory for expenditures
it has made.
The President advocates nn
amendment to the Organic Act em-
a powering the Governor to suspend
Qr remove Territotial officiuls with
out consulting the Legislature.
In dealing with the Panama in
cident the President holds that the
course of administration is fully
The postul, land and naturaliza
tion frauds are vigorously de
nounced. Dealing with the labor problems
before the country the President
suruimarizes his position in the
statement that "every man must be
granted his liberty and his right to
do as he likes with his property so
long us he docs not infringe 011 the
rights of others."
lloodlliii; iu Sim Francisco.
San Francisco, Dec. 5. The
Grand Jury has begun an inquiry
into the charges of corruption iu
the County Clerk's office.
Recent investigations iu San
i I?n.iicisco brought to light the fact
I that abojut $40,000 has biiti stolen
I rromthciity tlirouKh thc Cmmty
Clerk's office during the last seven
years. Lawyers paid fees into the
office iu many cases which were
never recorded on the books of the
office and recently the San b'rau
cisco police have been trying to lo
cate V. F. Northrup, ex-probate
clerk, who is charged with having
embezzled over $2,000 iu fees.
Millionaire Went Is Found.
Philadelphia, Dec. 7. Kdward
I. Wentz, the Philadelphia million
aire who disappeared from his home
nearly two months ago was dis
covered by a searching party iu the
Tennessee mountains. Outlaw
mountaineers are said to have been
responsible for his disappearance.
Millionaire Wentz disappeared on
October 14 and since that time
twenty five hundred men, detectives
and bloodhounds have been search
ing the mountains of Virginia and
Tennessee for him. A reward of
$30,000 had been offered by his
family for his rescue from supposed
bandits iu the mountains or for the
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delivery ot his body to the
Glasgow, Dec. 7. The speed
trials with the I.ibertad, which the
British government recently pur-
idiavid from Chile, shows her to be
' the forest battleship afloat. The
I Libertad made 20.3 knots an hour,
S" was built iu Kngland.
Peking, Dec. 5. The Chinese
government has appointed a special
commission to reorganize the Chi-
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modern basis. The Governor of
Chi-li has been promoted to the
command of the army and navy.
Victoria, Dec. 8. The testimony
taken by the San Krancisco Com
mission in regard to the late Alex
ander Dunsmtiir is declared unim
portant. Kdna Wallace Hooper,
the actress, has been battling in the
British Columbian courts to have
re.ss relied upon evidence to be
I secured in San Francisco.
Necks to Excite Insurrection
Colon, Isthmus of Panama, Dec.
6. A plot has been discovered to
assassinate General Huertas. It
was also intended to follow this up
by persuading the garrison at
Panama to revolt and establish a
rcvoltion in favor of Colombia
against thc new Republic. Kour
soldiers have been arrested as the
ringleaders in the affair.
Washington, Dec. G. A bill has
been introduced in Congress which
provides for the appointment of a
nou partisan commission to investi
gate the Colombian plea presented
to President Roosevelt by General
Rafael Reyes against thc recogni
tion by the United States of the
rebel government on the Isthmus.
It is stated that President Roose
velt intimated to Reyes that his
offers on behalf of Colombia would
not be accepted by the United
States and that Reyes' mission
would be unsuccessful.
Russian Answer Com I up.
St. Petersburg, Dec. 6. The
Russian reply to Japan's offer of a
settlement of the Maiichurian and
Korean difficulties will probably be
sent on Tuesday.
The Czar and Czarina returned
today from their visit to Germany
and Austria. Thc Czarina has en
tirely recovered from the illness
which delayed the royal party for
some time at Darmstadt.
Kuliio 011 Committee.
Washington, Dec. 5. Speaker
(Jnnnon announced the House com
mittees. Delegate Kuhio of Ha
waii was appointed a member of
the committee on Post Offices and
The House of Representatives
adjourned without day, all business
going over to the regular session,
which opens Monday.
Foks Surround England.
London, Dec. 6. Shipping is
greatly impeded by a fog which has
enveloped the Knglish channel.
Hamburg, Dec. 6. A fog iu the
North Sea has resulted iu many
wrecks. The steamer Aliwaii
foundered, and its crew were lost.
Chicago, Dec. 8. John Alex
ander Dowie has .submitted a propo
sition to his credit to pay what he
owes them in four instalments. He
claims that his assets are $18,000,
000 and his liabilities only $4,000,
000. The creditors will probably
accept his offer.
New York, Dec 7. Knormous
frauds through which fire insurance
companies were robbed of millions
of dollars have been uncovered.
Prominent lawyers, firemen and in
surance adjusters are all involved
iu the scandal. The companies
lost millions of dollars. A number
of arrests have been made.
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