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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1904.
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IMlnMSlIlit) KVUKY FRIDAY
OrFicK, Kino Stxbkt,
Hilo Tribune Publishiug Company, Ltd.
publisher anil Proprietor.
Preildent C. C. Kbnnkdv
Vlce-Preldent -..- - K. E. KicilARDt
Secretary! reaaurer t. Wi Hawortii
Auditor - - A. 1. Button
Director! Oeo. 9. McKtNZIK, I) W. Marsh
Advertisement Jiiaccoinpanled by specific
natructiom Inaerted until ordered out.
Advertisement dlKontlnuLd before expiration
of peclfied period will be charged a If con
tinued for lull term.
Addrcs all communication either to the
Hditorlalor limine" Department of Tim HILO
TRinUNK PunLISIIINO CourAMV.
The columntol Tint II11.0 Vkirunk are alwav
oeu to communication on aubject within the
:ope of the paper. To receive proper attention,
eich article mut be signed by It author. The
...m. h.n ilralreil. will be held confidential.
riiR Hilo Tribune Is 1101 responsible for the
0plnlons or statement of correspondents.
Wise & Ross,
Wlllptsctlcelnall Court of the Territory, and
the Supreme Court of the United States.
Office: TRIBUNK HUIUDINO,
. Bridge Street. "JI.O, HAWAII
C. M. I.KBI.OND
W. It. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters,
fanese, and Chinese In
Notary Public In Office
Office: Skvkranck Building,
Opposite Cour House, HILO, HAWAII
J . Castlr Ridcway Thos. C. Ridgway
Ridgway & Ridgway
tolldtor or Patent General Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
OFFICII ! Walanuenue and Bridge Street
- , Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of the eye
Hours: 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. 4:00 to 5:00
p. in. 7.00 to 8:00 p. 111.
Sunday: 10:00 a. ui. to ia:oo noou.
MiltonRice, M. D.
Physician and Sukgkon
Office, Waiauuenue St.
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.; a-4 and 7:30
to 8:30 P. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 A. M.
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, D. D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
We offer you an investment guaranteed
rjtwo Trust Companies. It may make
you rich. This is no scheme or fake.
Send $2.00 for INVESTMENT CERTIFI
CATE. If you are not satisfied upon in
vestigation we give you your money back.
WELTNER & DUNN, Fiscal Agents,
60 Broadway, New York.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIFE
WAIANUENUE STREET. - HILO
PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE, FIRE
INSURANCE CO'Y OF CALIFORNIA
HILO, HAWAII. g.lf
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Husiuess Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
CATHOLIC CHURCH. MUUOK STRItKT.
, , ,.,...
Sundays Holy Mais nl 7. 0 and 10:10
J At 7 n. m. Portuguese sermon.
At q a. m. English sermon.
At 10:30 a. in. Hawaiian sermon
At 7 p. in., Rosary 1 Portuguese Bennon
Week Days Holy Mas every day at
6 n. ui.
Every Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys nnd girls at Brother's
and Sister's schools respectively, from a
to 3 p. in.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wantsof the faithful.
Trade Unions Meetings.
. PEDERATION NO. 1 t and 3 Monday
PEDERATION NO. a a and 4 Monday
LABOR COUNCIL 1 and 3 Friday each
CARPENTERS a and 4 Friday each
HACKMEN and TEAMSTERS I and 3
Thursday each month.
PAINTERS and DECORATORS and
4 Thursday each mouth.
LONGSHOREMEN a and 4 Wednesday
President Hilo Trades and Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. a, 1903.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
4:00 ar Keaau
ar... Ferndalc ...ar
lv Hilo ar
nr,. i'alioa ....At
ar-Pahoa J mi car
ar Puna lv
lv Hilo ar
ar...... ration ar
ar Puna lv
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until th'e following Mouday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. H. LAMBERT,
BISHOP & CO.
HONOLULC - - OAIIU, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Crcditissued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii J
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
AT CHAMIIUKS IN PROHATK.
In the matter of the Estate of David
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OP
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The petition of D. MacKcuzie, admin
istrator of the estate of David Greig, de
ceased, having been filed, wherein he
usks that his accounts be examined and
unproved, and that a final order be made
ot distribution 01 me property remaining
in his hands to the persons thereto en
titled, and discharging him from all fur
ther responsibility as such administrator.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 16th
day of February, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. in.,
is the time bet for the hearing, in the
Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court at
South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and
place all persons concerned may appear
und show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of the petition should not be
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 11, 1904.
By the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator. 11-4
ItUSSIA WANTS PEACE.
Cologne, Germany, January 18,
The most important conference in
the whole Russo Japan controversy
was held here today when Czar
Nicholas received the Japanese
Minister to St. Petersburg. The
Czar is1 known to be strongly in
favor of peace and the supposition
is that urged by King Edward he
hes decided to take a personal part
in the negotiations now pending.
The belief is general that the Czar
will steadily grant concessions that
have been refused and strongly op
posed by the war party among his
St. Petersburg, Jan. 18. It is
stated that Russia, in order to avoid
war, is witling to open the ports of
Manchuria, including those for
which the United States has been
negotiating. Russia also promises
that she will withdraw her preten
sions to Korea, a concession upon
which Japan has been insisting.
Loudon, Jan. 18. It is stated
that the Russo-Japanese negotia
tions stick on two points concern
ing Manchuria. Except on these
questions a compromise has been
reached. King Edward is reported
as much pleased at the immediate
(response by the Czar to his appeal
Tokio, Jan. i8. It is reported
that Korean troops are crossing the
Chinese border and committing ex
cesses. M. ravioli uas uotiuea
Korea that unless the troops are
stopped immediately it will necessi
Tientsin, Ja"u. 18. Russia has
asked China to send 15,000 troops
to Manchuria to protect her sub
jects. A raising is reported to be
imminent among the Phingyang.
Tokio, Jan. 18. It is estimated
that there are 200,000 Russian
troops now in Manchuria.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 18. The
peace party is now in the ascendant
The Japanese Minister declares that
war will be mutually expensive,
disastrous and indecisive.
Peking, Jan. 18. The command
ant of the Legation guard has been
ordered to join AlexiefF.
London, Jan. 18. Four more
regiments have arrived in Man
churia. It is believed that Russia
is mobilizing 300,000 men.
Port Arthur, Jan. 18. The Jap
anese banks are closing out all
their Manchurian accounts. Japa
nese financiers consider that war or
no war, Manchuria will not prove
a profitable field for their activity.
Omaha, Neb., Jan. 18. The Na
tional Socialist Convention will be
held in Chicago on May 1st, 1904.
Manila, Jan. 18. The squadron
of battleships commanded by Ad
miral Evans arrived in port today
The cruisers are expected to arrive
Montevideo, Uruguay, Jan. 18.
The army oC the revolutionists
has met with a crushing defeat.
The decisive battle was hard fought
with heavy losses on both sides.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First Dank of Hilo, Ltd.,
held at the bank, in Peacock Illock, Hilo,
Hawaii, on Saturday, January 9U1, 1904,
the following were elected officers and
directors for the ensuing year:
P. Peck President
C. C. Kennedy Vice President
John T. Moir... Second Vice President
C. Ai Stable Cashier
Thos. C. Ridgway Secretary
N. C. Wlllfoug Auditor
Directors: J. S. Canario, F. S. Lyman,
Win. Pullar, John J. Grace, II, V. Patten.
W. H. Sliipmaii.
THOS. C. RIDGWAY,
Hilo, Hawaii, January 9, 1904. 11-a
TAFT IN HONOLULU.
Nw War Secrrtury Spend n Busy
Day In Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 18. Secretary
of War Taft, spent yesterday in
visiting tiie U. S. Military reserva
tion at Kahauiki, driving about
Honolulu, and to the top of Punch
bowl, lunching with Governor and
Mrs. Carter and resting during the
afternoon prior to the departure of
the; Korea for San Francisco.
Secretary and Mrs. Taft, accom
panied by Governor Carter, Col.
McLcllan, commandant at Camp
McKinlev and Contain McK. Will-1
iamson, Depot Quartermaster, U.
S. A., went to Kahauiki yesterday
afternoon. The Secretary acquainted
himself thoroughly with the tract
and had pointed out to him the
locations especially gone over by
the Army Board and General Mac
Arthur. Secretary Taft will take up the
matter of the drill shed grounds for
which a petition has been sent to
Washington asking that it be set
aside to the territory on which to
erect its new armor. The Secre
tary promised to do what he could
in the premises to aid the Territory.
The Secretary before departing
expressed his pleasure in again re
ceiving the hospitality of Honolulu.
The visit had been amost charming
diversion in his long journey from
the Philippines to Washington, and
it had been the means of bringing
him closer to the people of Hawaii
than any other method. In future,
he said, he would take a deep and
personal interest in the Hawaiian
Islands. Having acquainted him
self with details by personal obser
vation, he expressed himself as be
ing of the opinion that whatever
subjects came up before him with
relation to islands affairs, he could
intelligently cope with them.
Henry YVuterliouso .Uuy Die.
Honolult Jan. 18. News came
to the Advertiser at a late hour
that Mr. Henry Waterhouse has
had a sudden turn for the worse
and is not expected to live during
the day. Mr. Waterhouse is stay
ing at his Nuuantt residence having
been removed from Pearl City some
weeks ago. Until yesterday he
was holding his own very well, and
the news of the sudden relapse will
come as a great blow to many
friends who are totally unprepared
Democrats Oppose Pan.nnii Treaty.
Washington, Jan. 18. The Pres
ident has sent to the Senate the
Panama correspondence. A letter
from General Reyes declared that
American capital and United States
cruisers had abetted the revolution.
It proposed a reference of the case
to The Hague and denied that world
interests demanded the recognition
of the established republic. The
Panama treaty has been reported to
the Senate. The Democrats are
Ilrcaking of Reservoir.
Bloemfontein, Jan. 18. A reser
voir burst today and thirty 'people
were drowned. Three hotels and
176 houses were destroyed.
Hloemfouteiu is the chief city of
the Orange River Colony, formerly
the Orange Free State, and is situ
ated on a small tributary of the
Modder river. In the hill but a
few miles back of the city are reser
voirs and in the city itself reserviors
were constructed during the Boer
war by the British and these latter
were filled from artesian wells. It
is probably a reservoir in the hills
which broke loose and caused the
Washington Jan. 18. The formal
call for the National Democratic
Convention to be held at St. Louis
July 6, has been issued.
Three Weeks In Visiting All Paris
of IIIk Inland.
Honolulu, Jan. 18. Governor.
Carter will sail in the steamer Ki
nau at noon today for the Island of
Hawaii. He will make such an
executive explCTatiou of the big
island as was never made b?fore.
The Governor will be accom
panied by the Secretary of the
Territory, A. L. C. Atkinson, and
by his private secretary, Frank D.
Lauding at Mahukoua tomorrow
morning, the executive party will
proceed to Kohala. An examina
tion will be made of the Kohala
water question. There will be a
trip taken about the periphery of
Mount Hualalai, in which ranching
lands will be viewed and areas
possibly adapted to homesteads.
Probably the hospitable people of
Kohala will provide social enter
tainments of feast and dance for the
Hamakua and Hilo agricultural
districts will be well covered. There
are to be conferences with planters.
A homestead tract difficulty, that
hus leen bothering the executive
for ioiue time, will receive attention
on the ground.
Hilo, the ambitious town, is not
to be given cause of complaint for
neglect. Some time will be devoted
to finding out everything the Hilo
The circuit of the island will be
completed by visits to Puna, Kau,
North and South Koua. It is esti
mated that the executive tour of the
island will occupy fully three weeks.
Wailuku, Jan. 16. The news of
the County Act having been de
clared null and void, reached Maui
at 2:30 o'clock, January 13, in the
form of a wireless message received
by E. C. Carley, .Superintendent of
the Maui Telephoue Co., as follows:
"Supreme Court unanimously killed
County Act." No sooner had this
message reached Maui than it
spread all over like a flash of light
ning. Crowds of people could be
seen at every corner talking over
the situation and surmising the
probability of what would be done.
Th board of supervisors for the
county Maui had just adjourned for
On Thursday morning Sheriff L.
M. Baldwin received a message as
follows: "Sheriff Baldwin, Wai
luku, from High Sheriff Brown,
County Act Void, assume office and
duties immediately. Old commis
sions valid." Mr. Baldwin imme
diately proceeded to the Sheriff's
office and presented Sheriff White
with the telegram just quoted. Mr.
White stated that he would con
sult the Board of Supervisors and
follow their instructions, and that
he would let Mr. Baldwin know,
what he would do by about noou.
This reply of Mr. White was tele
graphed to High Sheriff Brown by
Mr. Baldwin and subsequently an
other message arrived as follows:
"Sheriff Baldwin, Wailunu, from
High Sheriff Brown: My orders
are take charge and assume ditties
at once. Wait for no one, no su
pervisors, no party, no sheriff. An
swer at once."
Mr. Baldwin showed the latter
message to Mr. White, but the latter
acting on the advice 011 the District
Attorney and Board of Supervisors
stated that he would not turn over
any of the property appertaining to
the Sheriff's department, until he
received official notice to the effect
that the County Act was null and
void However, he said that he
would submit the matter still fur
ther to the Board of Supervisors
who were to meet at 2 o'clock that
Now Tourlnir Thin Island With (Joy
Honolulu, Jan. 18. Ralph S.
Hosmcr, the new Superintendent
of Forestry, who arrived on the
Siberia last week, takes active
charge of forestry matters in Ha
waii today, when he will leave for
an inspection of the Kohala and
Hamakua districts. Since his ar
rival Mr. Hosmcr has been in con
ference with various members of
the Board of Forestry and Agricul
ture over forestry matters, but he
does not intend to outline his policy
until after a general inspection tour,
although it will follow out on gen
eral lines that suggested by Forester
'W. H. Hall on his recent trip to
"I will leave in the Kinau to
morrow with A. W. Carter of the
Board of Agriculture and Forestry
for an inspection of the Kohala and
Hamakua forests," said Mr. Hos
mcr yesterday. The tour will
probably take from two to three
weeks and I shall make my bead
quarters at Waimea and other
ranches in the two districts.
"The forest plan in that portion
of the Island is perhaps the most
pressing ot any in the group. I
shall get in touch with conditions
there first and after ray return,
about the first of the month, will
be occupied in getting the organiz
ation of the forestry division per
fected. As soon as I can, it is my
intention to mrkc trips to all the
islands and to study conditions on
the ground, and then draw up a
general policy for the forest admin
istration of the Territory.
Introduces Kills In Congress or Im
portance to Hilo. ' "
Washington, January 12. The
charge of disorderly conduct against
Prince Kuhio Kalauiaraole, Dele
gate from Hawaii, was nolle prossed
in the police court today. The Del
egate had been arrested in connec
tion with an encouutor with a Ho
nolulu attorney named Charles
Clarke. A number of friends of
Prince Kuhio were present in the
cotu.t room and they warmly con
gratulated him over the satisfactory
outcome of the case.
Washington, Jan. 12 Prince
Kuhio Kalauianaole, Delegate from
the Territory of Hawaii, today in
troduced a number of important
bills' The bills introduced were
one appropriating $150,000 for the
erection of a Federal building at
Hilo; one appropriating $1,000,000
for a Federal building at Honolulu;
one appropriating $225,000 for the
construction of a revenue cuttci
for the Hawaiian Islands, and u
bill authorizing election contests in
the Territory of Hawaii. .
Washington, Jan. 12. The Dem
ocratic National Committee met
here today and decided toehold the
next National Democratic Conven
tion at St. Louis, July 6.
A HOME COMPANY
CAPITAL $50,000 -
Organized Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest
ments and Real Estate.
Homes fiuilt on the Installment Plan
HOME OFFICE :
HONOLULU, T.H. '
Tho Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KfiNTWELL.