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THE WEEKLY HII.0 TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 32, 1904.
JAl'AVH TKANHL'OHTS.
Good
Easy
Money
W W
Cau be made by judicious iuvcstincuts in
REAL ESTATE
There are some good things around Hilo just
now which merit investigation.
. Here are two samples :
One piece of
TWO ACRES
With house and bam, at Kaiwiki, can be
bought
FOR S55Q.
Improvements cost more than the price asked.
Four miles from Hilo over good road. Com
mands fine view of ocean and Hilo harbor.
One piece containing
FIFTEEN ACRES
Situated at Kaiwiki, four miles from Hilo, can
be bought
FOR SI, OOP
This land is cleared and well adapted for
growing cane, bananas, pineapples or any other
crop. Plenty of water on the laud. Part cash
payment, balance on time.
For full particulars regarding this and
other real estate inquire of
D. W. MARSH
King Street, Hilo, Hawaii
THE AGENCY OF THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
HAS NOW A COMPLETE
STOCK, OF DIFFERENT
"PACKING"
SUCH AS
Rainbow
Daniols' Spoclal and Regular
Tuck's"
Amazon
Horculos Hydraulic and
Hercules Flax
and.
Rolls of C I. Amazon
King and Usudurlan
AJso Sample Stocks of
Safety Valves
Steam Whistles
Oil and Crease Cups
Lubricators
Pressure Gauges
Injectors, Etc.
AT
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Tnentyflro.
Tokio, 'Jan. 16. The Japanese
steamship services with the United
States, Australia, Europe and Bom
bay have been suspended, releasing
twenty-five steamers lor transport
duty.
Tokio, Jan. tG. The press ap
proves the neutrality of China, in
case of war, because of her military
incapacity.
Seoul, Jan. 16. Korea has de
cided to open the ports of Youga m-
pho and Jikolo.
Seoul, Jan. 16. M. PnvlofFsays
ttiat Russia will refuse to permit
the opening of Wiju to commerce,
but will protect Korean sovereignty.
He considers the landing of Japa
nese an unfriendly act, but says
Russia will pursue a Fabian policy,
Washington, Jan. 16. Count
Cassini, the Russian Embassador,
has assured Secretary Hay that the
interests of the United States in
Manchuria will be respected.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 15. The
riport that Russia has asked per
mission to scud its Black Sea fleet
through the Dardanelles has been
confirmed.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 15.
The reply of the Japanese Govern
ment to Russia's latest note has
been received. The Russian offi
cials state that the outlook for peace
is hopeful.
WHY T0UK1STS 1I0NT COME,
Col. Mncfiirlnuo Asks Some I'crtlmuit
Questions.
Honolulu, Jan. 15. In view" of
the unusual scarcity of tourists lor
this time of year a state of things
which Captain Houdlette of the
Sierra says is unprecedented Col.
Macfarlane bs written a letter of
inquiry to the agent at Los Angeles
of various local hotels and the inter
island steamship lines. Following
are extracts from this communica
tion: "If you have any suggestions to
offer at any time with regard to
pushing forward the work of pro
motion, we shall always be pleased
to consider same. You are located
right on the spot where the busi
ness of attracting tourists has been
carried to a very successful issue,
and you should therefore be in a
position to know how the thing
was done there, and what methods
vPfere found effective. The stream
of wealthy tourists which goes out
from all populous centers in the
United States seeking where they
may be entertained to their liking
is an ever increasing one, and the
opinion of the writer is that they go
for the most part, just where they
are influenced to go. We have at
tractions here which certainly com
pare favorably" with those of most
of the tourist resorts, and yet these
crowds of people do not come to us
in any numbers. They seem to
prefer other places. Can you ex
plain it? How did Los Angeles
manage to carry out the work of
promotion so effectively? Are we
adopting the same methods which
your people adopted, or are we
omitting anything whicli they
deemed essential? It is urged by
some that the steamer fares are too
high and the means of transit too
infrequent. No doubt it would
help us if rates were reduced and
greater regularity of service estab
lished. These are things which
weigh with a certain class, but not
with all, as there are crowds going
past us to Japan every year, and the
various resorts in the Orient are
thronged. What we want to do is
to ascertain the reasons why these
Islands are not attracting the tourist
class, and if we have not begun to
apply the proper remedy, to find it
and apply it without delay. We
should be glad to have your ideas
on this subject, as well as some ex
pressions of opinion as to whether
you think our promotion committee
are going to work the right way."
HKLKCJATK L'AliLKU.
In Urged to I'urIi County Hill tit
CoiiicrcM. .
Honolulu, Jan. 15. Territorial
Secretary A. h. C. Atkinson this
morning dispatched a message 'to
Delegate Kuhio at Washington,
notifying Hawaii's representative
at the Capitol tlmt the Territorial
Administration urged that the bill
now pending before Congress, ask
ing for the ratification of the County
Act, be pushed. The Secrelaryj
informed the Delegate that further
particulars would be forwarded to 1
him by the mail.
Atkinson's cable reads as follows:
Honolulu, H. T., Jan. 15, '04.
Delegate Kuhio, Washington: J
Administration urges pushing 1
passage County Bill. Particulars ,
by mail. 1
ATKINSON. '
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Assets in U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific CoasfDcpartmcnt: EDWARD BROWN & SONS, General Ajjcnts
411-413 California St., San Francisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Rosidont Agents, HILO
C, If, COOKE, President. G. R. CARTER, Vice-Pres. and Manager.
E. Ft BISHQP, Teasnrer. J. P. COOKE, Secretary.
G. H. ROBERTSON, Auditor E. D.-TENNEV, C. H. ATHERTON, Directo
Berlin, Germany, Jan, 14. Res
ponding to the peace overtures of
European Powers, Japan has stated
that it will consent to eliminate
Manchuria from the controversy,
leaving Russian rights to that
sectipn unquestioned. Japan is
ready to restrict its claim to the
demand that Korea be left to Japan
ese influence. The Japanese Gov
ernment also proposes a neutral
zone along the Korean border.
HOME KUI.EItS TO Al'1'K.VL.
Will Curry County Act to U. if.
Supreme Court.
Honolulu, Jan. 15. The execu
tive committee of the Home Rule
party has authorized Curtis P.
Iattkca, elected County Assessor on
the Home Rule ticket, to take an
appeal from the Supreme Court of
the Territory to the Supreme Court
of the United States in the matter '
of the recent decision by means of,
which the County Act was declared
null and void.
The authorization carries with it
a guarantee of expenses, the source
of which was not stated by the party
who furnished the information re
garding the appeal. It is, however,
stated on the very best of authority, .
mat tue money win oc loriucoiuiug
at the very first moment Mr. Iaukea
starts in on the work.
FIRE! FIRE! FIRE!
Is your property, household goods or
Tn'lMTl'l IF NOT. WHY HOT?
In case of fire would 7
you be a heavy loser without a fire
insurance policy?
THE HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Agents of
The Insurance Company of North America
Tiie New Zealand Insurance Company
The Westchester Fire Insurance Company
The Fidelity Insurance Company
The Canton Marine Iusurnncc Company
JUDD BUILDING. HONOLULU, H. T.
WORK 01- ANT1S.
I'lnn Petition to Kuhio to Down
County Act.
Honolulu Jan. 15. J. A. Mc
Candless, formerly Superintendent
of Public Works, was seen flying
about the streets today with a paper
in his hand. Close inquiry was
made and it was found that Mc
Candless, at the instance of the
opponents of county government,
was going the rounds of the business
men with a petition to Delegate
Kuhio that he drop the County Bill
matter where it is and allow the
obnoxious thing to relapse into
inocuous desuetude.
It goes without saying that some
of the business men will sign but
it also goes without saying that the
great majority will not sign. Al
man who knows what he is talking I
about said .this afternoon: "I do
not believe McCaudless will get a
dozen signatures. I know for a
matter of fact that the Administra
tion has not been informed of this
action on the part of the enemies of
the County Act. The Governor
does not know a thing about it and
it was only this morning that Sec
retary Atkinson sent a cable to De
legate Kuhio stating that the Ad
ministration urged the passage of
the County Act."
It is rumored on the streets this
afternoon that, as a result of action
taken by McCaudless and others,
another town meeting will be called
to protest against the action of
whomever McCaudless may get to
sign his petition.
Itlckard Replies.
The report in the "Coffee Shop"
of last week's Herald, purporting
to be a report of a conversation
over the telephone between myself
and S. Iy. Desha, was incorrect. It
contained several lies. I did not
change my mind on any proposi
tion discussed. It was stated by
Desha that if Kaeha was not favor
able to the Supervisors that Naai
kauna should have the place. Mr.
Desha understood that I favored
this, and I see no reason why he
should have misquoted me.
Now as to Naaikauua splitting
the Republican vote, I claim that
the editor of the Herald did more
harm to the Republican ticket than
any other man in the county. Our
precinct returns compare favorably
with the results elsewhere.
Yours truly,
H. S. RICKARD.
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