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THE WEKKLY HILO TKIBUNE, HltO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
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PRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
WAR SHIPS IN THE ORIENT. ' hV.KV YBAU AMI VAIiCKTlNU.
Entcieilntllic l'ostoffice at Illlo, Ha-, was ns js shown by tile following
wall, as secoml-class tnnttcr I table
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L. W. HAWOKTH - baitor.
Bcrotcliostiliticsbcgniittiis month! Iairi Mannm Most Succcusful I.php
1 tlic comparative naval strength of
J-ipunnml Russia in Oriental waters
Ten years ngo, when Russia with
the backing of France and the coir
"2 8 5
The Cotillion Club combination
leap year and Valentine ball last
Monday evening was a success in
every way. The iladies in charge
of the decorations had transformed
the hall into a gallery of hearts.
The walls were adorned with hearts
! of all kinds. Defiant cupids stalked
among the ruins. Inscriptions
and posters added beauty and wit
Stable A 11 11 mil MnctiiiK
The nutitml meeting of Hie stockholders
of the Volcano Stables & Tratisortntlon
Co. was held last Saturday. The showing
for the year was very satisfactory. The
officers elected for the coining year ore as
C. C. Kennedy President
J. A. Scott ....". Vice President
A. M. Wilson Secretary
J.J. Grace Treasurer
P. Peck Auditor
K. N. Holmes, J. T. Moir Directors
Russia has one armored cruiser,
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nivance of Germany and the secret , vu I""" - "' - . "' '" " -
nLtn. nf T.i ITt C1inilir.nl cltlSS' "e lrt-'Cled Wuisef of ihe postofflCf, thfOUgll which VOlelllWCS
,' r, , . t . . second class, and four torpedo boats
the PeaceConvcntion between Japan " "u V ,
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....1 r..:.. .1 :.., .1... r,.. . " outer vessels mmting u i.uimu
tionofthe'leetimate fr.is of herlof fifteen on Ihrlr way lotho Orient
brilliant victory over China,
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seeds of the present war were sown. ; .. ... .J0' .,i .,
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two battle ships, two cruisers,
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it ma be said that she was not a P ,c" ", lu ,.,."," 7'
.... , . T ,,,,, should be near their destination by
party to the seed sowing In that ; .
war she reduced Wei-hai-wai and th,s Ume' ...
Port Arthur and conquered the, Japan's strength ... torpedo boats
major portion of Manchuria By ' "d l.urPcdo boat deslryers CXCCeds
the ledgerdemaiu of international I Kuss,u s
intrigue Russia was given posses
sion of the prize, rightly belonging
to Japan as a result of the prowess
of her soldiers. Russia, proclaimed
that her possession of Manchuria
was but temporary These procla
mations were evidently part and
..parcel of the same dishonest diplo
matic cloth from which was fashion
ed the Peace of Shimonoseki. Russia
has now arrived at the difficult part
of her contract, which was to pre
vent the Japanese from gaining a
foot hold in eastern Asia. Li Hung
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France are neutral, nnd with her
Port Arthur squadron already an
nihilated, Russia is finding the job
a whole lot harder than it appeared
ten years ago.
The Japanese have assaulted the
Russians at ssa with characteristic
energy. Even with the reports
heavily discounted, the Japanese
navy has already made the way
clear for transporting and. landing
on the Asiatic coast a large army.
This can be done before the Russian
Baltic fleet arrives in Eastern
waters Meanwhile, the Japanese
naval commanders have time to
choose their point for attacking the
Baltic fleet when it arrives
The reports state that the Russian
were delivered, This feature en
livened the interim between the first
and second parts of the dancing.
The leap year phase of the, even
ing was literally carried out. Ladies
called for their gentlemen and took
them to the ball room insisting on
even paying the hack fare. The
rules governing the conduct of the
gentlemen in the ball room were
conspicuously posted and the re- i
straint imposed was absolute. fo
losses as near as can be gentleman was allowed to walk
from despatches irom j across the room without an escort, j
various sources have been as follows: . and gentlemen acting in "un lady- .
Feb. 8. Battle of Po.t Arthur dike" manner were fined 10 cents,
four battle ships, thr;e cruisers 'The ladies are to be commended for
stranded or disabled. At Chemulpo! tbeir generosity and judgement in
Subscribe fi.r the Tkihunk, Island sub
Mokaonk To the wife of J, H. Moragne,
at Puuco, Thursday, February it, a
Tor Sale. A
A two-seated surrey with extension
leather top. Perfect condition. Just the
thing for a small family. Enquire at
managing the affair and in their
dispensation of favors.
The annual meeting or the stockholders
oi the h. TURNER CO., Ltd., will ba
held at the Company's premises, Waia
nueniie street, Illlo, on SATURDAY.
FKURUAR.Y 27, 1904, at 2 o'clock p. tn.
KEITH P. MACKIE,
otle gunboat and one transport.
Feb. 9. Three transports. The music in tl.eearlyevening was , United Mates of America ?
... ... - . , , , " Territory of Hawaii J
Ieb. 10. One merchant steamer furnished by an Hawaiian Quaj-,intile circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
and five whalers. I tette. Later Mrs. Tracy played the j at Chambkrs In Prouatk.
Feb. 12. One torpedo transport, piano l the Matter of the Estate of JOSE
Feb. 13. Three cruisers it.'Tsu-, The committees who had charge
garo traits. ! of the arrangements and the ball
Eliminating the most .probable were as follows:
dunlicates in reports, it appears that) Police Mrs. E. D. Baldwin, chief;
by last Sunday Russia had lost six
of her seven battle ships and eight
of her ten cruisers.
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The petition of Evangclino da Silva,
Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. Stacker, captains; Mrs. administrator of the estate of Jose Flores,
Mckcnney, Mrs. Rice, lieutenants. deceased, having been filed, where n he
"..', asks that his accounts be examined and
Postmaster A. C. Mckenncy. 1 npprove,l, and that n final order be made
Decorations Mrs. II L. Ross. Misses of distribution of the DroDeitv rcmainim?
A report dated Feb. 16, states ' Scott, R. Richardson, Sumner, Eaton in his hands to the persons thereto cnti
that a second engagement had taken ..stein, Moclne and Sou-, Messrs. pJJXt.
place .at Port Arthur in wl.icne.glit " " .B... u.... ... ... It is ordered, that Tuesday, the atnuay
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Russian vessels were sunk and ten
1 in., is the
captured. Nothing is said of the , Fureaux, J. A. Scott.
l.nnn.n rf tl.A ttUCCllIc l 11 nPL Ml
out in this second engagement, but
no room is left to doubt that the
Russian fleet has been totally exterminated.
I Chapcrones C. C. Kennedy, Charles tune set lor ine ueanng, in tne courtroom
oi lie r our in ircuu vouri m ouuwi
Ililo, Hawaii, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear and show
cause, If any they have, why the prayer
of the petition sliould not ne granted.
Thk Republican Precinct Club
had three good men under consid
eration for Deputy Sheriff Wednes
day night and the endorsement of
either man would not have been
army in the East is less than hall 'ostray from th(. staIldpojllt 0f efli-
what it was supposed to be, not ex-' cjency The aclio as reported in. f
ceeding 100,000 to 120,000 men. dJcalcs thiU the nno organization
For forwarding tioops, the Siberian ' hag ukeil a stcp . advaHCe of the
railway is not to be compared with (inethods of the Honolulu committee,
the Japanese system of transports, . In HonouiUi wilcll Uv0 or more1
especially when the distances of ' applicants are before vthe committee1
travel are considered. A Napoleon for the saUe office and cach mau is ,
would jump at the odds in favor of (Cquauy m(.ritorious, the committee
Japan .for soundly thrashing her endorses an and leaves it to the ap
enemy pointing power to 'make his choice, t
Besides these elements now in .
Japan's favor, the furious patriotism , Thk Independent at Honolulu,'
of her soldiers, their death-daring , assisted by John. Wise and other
and reckless bjavery and unfailing Hawaiian Democrats, is making an
courage in all the hardships of effort 40 induce the Hawaiians to
camp, march and action will carry .abandon the Home Rule party and !
them through long tides of reverse to join in the upbuilding of the'
But, behind the first defeats of the l Democratic party in these Islands
Russians, looms the power of the, it is said-there are strong Demo
Empire' reaching from St Peters-1 crats in Hilo and Hawaii who would,
burg to Vladivostok. To defeat lend a helping hand in such an '
such a giant a pygmy must needs enterprise. It is also said that im-,
be ubiquitous. , portaut political maneuvers are in a ,
' ilnln rC S.n..lri , !i nilli.llir ill,. W O '
1 waiiaus of this Island.
W. T. Rawlins, J. T.tkcta, Rev. I. Ape, Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 26, 1904.
A. G. Correia, Y. Hiunada, R. W. Sharp, By the Court: nnnnn , ,
m w Th,m t a Ti.,.ion n 1 DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
F. W. Thrum, L. A. Thurston, C. II. By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Brown, W. Berlowitz, Igo, II. W. Holl- smith & Parsons,
Ing and D. G. West. , Attorneys for Administrator. 13-4
RACES FEBRUARY 22
TKAUII KKS' (JUAKTKKI.Y UNION, i
' Today Governor Carter leaves
the Island ol Hawaii for Honolulu.
He has spent a laborious mouth on rrotcrum of Meeting Friday, March 1
the big Island and returns to II0110-1 4, 11)04, M A. M.
lulu where he will find accumulated ' iraycr Mr Shields
matters demanding his attention, j Roll Coll
The depleted condition of the 1 I"is Current News
Treasury and the havoc wrought , , t, , , Iu'efs
, , rt, ... Right Emphasis and Inflection in Primary
by the late storm on Ohuii will I class.. Miss Schmidt
probably demand his first considerny I'aperoti Phonics Miss Mary L. Deyo
tlOll. Tile Shortage It. 1UI)11S WH ll oeogrunuy i" rnmurv ui4iii
which to pay current expense war-, ,,al)C';; pa 'Making'""""
rants is the most serious riddle lie 1 T0,iic.SoM'n, by the Babies
will be called on to solve. Business Intermission
in no p.irt of the Territorv is on I Tonic-Sol-Fo, Third Step, Class..............
i . ...... Miss Hill
sticli a looting, that tinpaui tern
torial warrants will not further de
press it. It is a misfoituiie that,
now, with an administration ready
and anxious to push work on every
account in every part of the Islands,
the most necessary work is hamp
ered by a lack of funds.
English Work Lady of the I.ake Illus-
traled in the Class Miss I.ampmau
(Teachers are advised to bring copies of
the Poem that they may follow the work
Memory How to Attain it A Reading
In the death of Mark Hanua, the
1 The following ne the Grand Jurors
summoned for the February term of
court: J. T. Stacker, Manuel tie Aruda,
Mr 1..1. 1I1. ir.l. Win lTlunhia A. W
, Republican party loses one of its jUcliar(ls0Ili w'm. Downer, A. P. Schoen,
gieatest personal factors. Ilanna Thomas Forbes, W. II. Shipmau, W. K.
was the first' man to do politics on Andrews, R. A. Lucas, Win. Vanuattn,
business principles. He reduced K. E. Ricimrds a. . i.oenensteiu 1. 1
. .. . . A.tinrnl If.llll 1 I II IMI ltntl . W. I. Klflllt.
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er . warn, josepn Aiexunutr, w. ,
.,.,. ..!. ,i.r ir. .. ,h.r.i,ii,. li;iic niwl . tularin, jo in
'' l'"'h h . v"- -. ; Waller S. Ward, Joseph Ale:
A. Carpenter, L U. lflsiier, i u. uanger-
AT ONE O'CLOCK P. M.
One-half Mile Gentlemen's Riding Race,
named horses, Volcano Stables Cup,
to be won three times by same rider.
1. FRANK S., - - - C. W.
2. DEFENDER, - - - C. W.
3. MERRIL'S FORC, - C. W.
' C. N. PROUTY.
4. DIXIE LAND, - - - C. W.
A Match Game of Baseball Between the
PEPEEKEO TEAM and
HILO RAILROAD TEAH
In the last game between these teams,
played at Pepeeko, the Pepeekeo's
were successful. This will be a hard
Three-eighths Mile Gentlemen's Race,
c. N. PROUTY.
1. DIXIE LAND,
2. HERRIL'S FORC,
3. DEFENDER, -
4. FRANK S., - -
Admission, 50 Cents
TO ALL PARTS OF THE GROUND.
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Has opened up in the
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with a complete stock of
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We carry the Famous
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We have coming by early .boats a full and
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