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THIS WKHKW HILO TklhUNU, III1.0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1904.
&)C Uor vtlumc.
WHERE THE HARMONY.
l R I DAY,
MAY 20, 1904.
HOIK) II 11AVKK.
In a lengthy editorial, and several
briefer ones, our contemporary con
tinues to explain, without giving to
the public any satisfactory reasons
, for, its sudden support of Parsons
fur judge. It was a notable fact
that the Herald maintained a dis-
1 erect silence until the withdrawal of
'Judge Little from the contest,
1 whereupon the genial editor set up
lfl...r.,.,.v. Uu-1i.it lli, holier sucu a pipmg us wus uiu
ft 1 Mil' tliuil 1 a r ( f aa . .. ,-.,-
are looktng for, let them step up to
F.nteiidntthe Postoliiec at Illlu, IIn
wall, ns nccoiul-cltiM matter
1'Ulll.lHlllll) KVKKV I'HItiAV.
V. C. Cook - - Hditor
ITrinmlnlrit from llic "Blilnbum"
the front and endorse
before in behalf of the Stuith'Par-
P.irsons." sons candidate. The "original
Herald. , Parsons" man did not originate in
The above is nil appeal to nil Republican ranks, and without
bolters from the republican ranks stultifying its republicanism, the
to support the bolter candidate for , Herald espouses the factionist cause
judgeship. The friends of Parsons ' with poor grace. We fail to per
areelingingtoapoorstraw in asking ceive where the appointment of the
suppott for a poor ' Straw man." Herald's candidate would promote
The Herald berates any effoorts harmony, and after all that has
looking toward h.irmony or the ap- l-cen said in behalf of Parsons in
vtointnieiit of any oilier man cxeent his fight on Judge Little, the ob
their own candidate, They would jectionists can find liotning to the
deny the right of Judge Little and disparagement of Homer L. Ross.
his friends to support any man ex- j Mr. Ross is a man of the highest
ccpt the factionist candidate, yet on I honor and integrity, is iti no inan
their side make no overture of j ner identified with any faction or
inr,'tinn In. tvitlulmwiiiiT flip tinmc Mnrtimis. rmd if nniiointcd would be
" , ... ,, . r.s.i.r-.i ....1.! 1 ...i : ..:..i ! should like to know
OI J'arSOUS atlll supporting nuiiiti ill iiuunui, uuuuim:u uiiu iiiii.iiii.ii 1
L. Ross. Well knowing that the Judge.
continuation of the strife which re-
suited in launching the name of John U. Smith, the redoubtable,
lintls liimseli a stauncn supporter
Japanese Fiction Founded 011
No more untrustworthy thing
than the Tsar-peace-at-any,.. price ;
principle and Viceroy AlexielT's
declared safe protection over the
Japanese residents have ever exist
ed in the world, every window has,
we understand, double panes dur
ing the winter in St. Petersburg.
Uut it was contrary to our expecta
tion to learn that the Russian him
self has double tongues-
Thosc Russians wounded in the
battle off Chemulpo are receiving
kind medical ticatments under the
care of our Red Cross Society, on
the contrary the Japanese were not
allowed to withdraw from Port
Arthur. A lUhish ship, which was
meant to take thetn on boatd, ar
rived at Checfoo without nttaiiiiuu
her end. Those strikingly con
trasted pieces of news may r:ach,
probribly at the same 'time, civil
ized countries and what impression
they will make on the people, we
Dr. Cooper Itrprcnonts Territorial
Honolulu, T. II., May 11 I
The Hawaiian Territorial Medical,
Association at its meetings held I
Saturday evening elected Dr. C. H.
Cooper as the delegate of the Asso-'
ciatiou to the annual meeting of the
American Medical Association to I
be lield at Atlantic City June 7-10. .
Dr. Cooper leaves in the Siberia
May 21 to attend the conference of
State and Territorial health officers
in Washington, June 3. It is an
ticipated that thin conference will
close in time to allow him to attend
the meeting at Atlantic City. Dr.
Cooper is chairman of the section
on leprosy and while in Washington
will endeavor to interest the Fede
ral authorities in local problems.
Plans for original research and the
possibility of expenses for specia
lists are matters Dr. Cooper has in
mind. The conference will doubt
less be taken up with reports from
various sections and general discussions.
Charles V. Parsons as a judicial
aspirant, meant the loss of the ap
pointment to a Hilo man, Judge
Little withdrewhisown name and if
his opponent were animated by
the same spirit, all classes would
now be united 011 Homer L. Ross
It is impertinent to assume that
the supporters of Little would
support Parsons or sit idly by and
allow the plum to go to. Honolulu
The colossal silhouette of the
Golden Hill fort stood out against
the murky sky. Its shadow
the water wavered as if it were
of both the Home Rule and Reru'- trembling at our glorious naval
San Francisco Prices Prevail
All members of Company I), National
Guard of Hawaii, nre ordered to report nt
the Armorv toniiMit nt T.xo o'clock to
rt.ittdi1.it liMdtiwiad nf JlMMftntli'ft
W. A. FI5TTI5R.
ALL NEW STOCK
Plain and Fancy Negligee Shirts
Straw Hats, Latest Spring Styles
Panama Hats, Reasonable Prices
Steamer Trunks, All Sizes
Our Motto: "QUICK SALES, SMALL PROFITS."
I The Globe Clothing Co.
lican parties, besides being the victory. Iunous gales, stirring
manager of Parsons for the judge- the waves, naturally led one to
ship. It must be edifying to Gov- think of war cries,
ernor Carter, as well as gratifying A Japanese torpedo-boat with all
to Mr. Parsons to have such poli-j her light put oat, was cruising five
tical acrobats as the editor of the nautical mile ott Port Arthur, mak
Herald and Hygenic Smith to sing
the refrain of his claims for recogni
tion at the hands of a republican
HILO MERCANTILE CO.
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention to Foreclose
Great consternation has been
caused in the ranks of Hilo teachers
by the announcement from Hono
lulu of the proposed reduction of
20 per cent, in school teachers' sal
aries. Rcirjnchment by cutting
down the present meagre salaries of
the splendid corps of teachers of
Hawaii is a very short sighted pol
icy. There is no royal or rapid
road to learning and a teacher must
spend several years of study and
application to prepare himself or
herself for the work of educating
the'army of children growing up to
manhood and womanhood. A
school teacher is obliged to per
lorm a period of probaticn in teach
ing before he or she receives a fairly
remunerative salary, and the pres
, ent scale of wages for this class of
skilled labor is entirely too small a
compensation for the training and
preparation required of public
school teachers. The Hawaiian
Islands have established for them
selves an enviable reputation in the
matter of public schools, and the
high standard of education of its
youth. This has been possible only
by means of a splendid school sys
tem of employing only the best
teachers to preside over our public
schools. The unfortunate school
teacher, aside from the annoyance
and embarrassment of being unable
for the past several months to col
lect their earnings on account of
repudiated treasury warrants, now
is confronted with the prospect of a
cut in salaries, which will force
many to seek employment in other
walks of life. This is heaping in
sult upon injury and the teachers
have good cause to be indignant.
The Territory can ill afTord to econ
omize by substituting cheap teach
ers for the. present high grade of
learning which has marked the
teaching force of the Islands and
made iguoiauce in all classes in
Hawaii the exception and not the
(liven at tho Haiti Church for lieu
ellt or Wnlakua Mission.
The concert and entertainment held at
the Haili Church last 'Friday evening
was u pronounced success. The program,
though a lengthy one, was meritorious
throughout, many of the numbers evok
ing generous upplause. The Mission will
benefit by sale of tickets 85.65.
In as much as all the expenses con
nected with the concert were contributed
gratis, the entire proceeds are available
to begin work on the found ition of the
worker's home to be erected in Waiakea.
The following was the piogram:
1. Greeting Chorus Waiakea Choir
2. Solo (Native) Sam Lilikone
3. Glee Club (Solo chorus, native)
4. Songs Little girls primary S. S. Class
5. Solo "Last Night" Albert Nnole
6. Selections by Mem. Adult Hible Class
7. Drill "Red, While and Illue"
Small men of S. S.
8. Solo (Selected) Mr. Kalaina
9. Vocal Duct in Native Mary and Keala
ro. Trombone Solo -Prof. Carvalho
ir. Recitation and Song "Spilling"
Young Girls Class
12. Solo (Selected) Mrs. Siemsou
13. Selection Mrs. Curtis
t4. Killarny Quartette
15. Organ Solo Mrs. Lewis
16. Solo and Chorus "The Fishermen"
17. Trombone Solo Prof. Carvalho
18. Culture Class Gestures, Recitations,
Songs and Tableaux.
Circuit Court Opens.
The May term of the Circuit Court for
the fourth Circuit convened Wednesday
morning at 10 o'clock in the courtroom
in Hilo, Judge Little presiding. The
Grand Jury was impaneled, properly reach
charged as to their duties by the Court,
and proceeded immediately to the trans
action of business, with 15. N. Holmes as
foreman. The calendar for the term was
called and all cases passed temporarily.
I'. M. Prosier, Deputy Attorney-General,
appears for the Territory in all criminal
cases. The Grand Jury is expected to
report this morning.
The personnel of the juries is as fol
lows: Grand Jury H.N. Holmes, Foreman;
Clius. R.Garcia, 11. Duncan, Adam Lind-
iug head against wind and tide.
The billows incessantly .dashing
against her covered the deck all
over with a coating of ice and
otTiicer on deck kept a vigilant
watch. Casting his eyes around as
sharp as a needle, his shoes, and
even his limbs, seemed on the
point of being turned into ice.
All of a sudden, a phosphorescent
light revealed a dark object drift
ing towards her. An order was
given in an instant. Communicated
through the pipe into the engine
room to slacken speed. What
could that be? 1 he remain ot a
destroyed Russian warship? No.
The corpse of an enemy? No. It
was a small battle. How bright
the light might be, no one but a
veteran, perhaps, unaided by some
miraculus intervention could dis
cover such a small thing in the
dark night and in the vast expanse,
of water. The waves breaking
over the deck served tb help the
offiicer in stretching himself as far
as the life-line would allow him'
and picking up the bottle.v
A letter was carefully concealed
in the battle It ran as follows
We Japanese subjects two hund
red in number, are detained in this
part and prohibited from leaving
here in a British ship by the
Russian authorities on the ground
that there is threatening danger on
the routs, the truth is, however,
that we are mnch more exposed to
danger in staying here. They
treat us no better than prisoners.
As to the maltreatment, we need
scarcely enter into any detail. If
the letter be fortunate .enough to
one of our war-ship, we
shall be very glad to tell our
countrymen of our readiness to
meet death. Alexieff is anxious to
avoid our attack that would be
severe by detaining us here. He
has put into practice the old, old
story of shutting up hostages in
the castle. We can tell you that
all of us are ready to submit to our
fate, calmly however cruel it may
be, pray make not the least hesita-
Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a power of sale contained in
a certain mortgage made by Y. Hninada,
of Hilo, in the Island and Territory of
Hawaii, to J. Iwasaki and II. Tancmoto
of Olaa, Inland avid Territory of Hawaii,
dateil December 17th. 1903, and recorded
in the office of the Registrar of Convey
ances in Honolulu, T. II., on the 31st
day of December, 1903, in volume 252 at
p iges 257 and 258 thereof, and the said J.
Iwasaki ami 11. innemoio intend to tore
close said mortgage for a breach of condi
tion in said mortgage contained, to-wit:
The nou payment of the principal sum
and interest, thcrcb secured, when the
same became due ami payable.
Notice is hereby also given that all and
siueular tlie property covercu ny siui
tuorteaue will be sold at public auction
at the front door of the Court House in
the town of Hiio, Island and Territory of
Hawaii, on Tuesday, June 14th, 1904, at
n o'clock a. m.
The property described in said mort
gage and which will be sold at said time
and place is described as follows:
1st. That certain indenture of lease
executed by the Hilo Sugar Company to
said Y. Hamada, bearing uatc June 9U1,
1S9S, for lot 11 Punahou, containing 1.20
acres, together with the crop growing
upon said lot.
2nd. That certain indenture of lease
executed by the Hilo Sugar Company to
Fukuda Saikichi on the 16th day of June,
1898, for six acres of lot I, and i)i acres
of loc 3 Punahoa. Together with the
crop growing upon said lot.
3rd, That certain indenture of lease
executed by the Hilo Sugar Company to
said Y. Hamada on the nth day of No
vember, 1903, for lot 38 Punahoa 2nd,
containing six acres, more or less, to
gether with the crop growing thereon.
4th. One hack, number 235.
5th. One black horse, 7 year9 old.
6th. One black horse, ten years old.
Terms of sale, Cash.
Wish & Ross.
Hilo, May iS, 1904. 29-3
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Port Costa Flour
Colden Gate Cement
" Keen Kutter" Knives and Hoes
Pioneer Varnish Works
Peninsular Stove Co.
P. O. Box 94
A FULL AND
- Complete Line of Groceries
,, n. F. Seta.,, Clink. Mu, w. j. , , newlne y0r auack
Rickard, Kawaihae, H. 15. Kelsey, J. T. ,, , .J .
Lewis, W. S. McLean, J. M. Gouvca, Jr.. 1 lle ltitter s,,PPed out
J. R. Sousa, R. A.
Byrne, D. I.ycurgus
C. P. Ilentou.
Petit Jury H. Kldarts, W
Puhr, P. C. Ileamer, W. J.
To any one familiar with the
multiplicity ol duties and respou- irulir. P. C. Ileamer, W. J. Todd, Chas,
nihilities which the President has to Moore, J. Iturkenshaw, J. Cosgrove, J. A.
mnei riailv. it shows a nitiable ilmio-' "il'rg. joaquiin Carvalho, Geo. W,
ranee on the part of the Herald to
Paty, Jas. C.ibb, C.
Il'reil Haley, P. K.
Lyman, Jr., R. 15. I liana, t'orgetting ins situation ot
W. T. Iialdiug and I stealthily coasting; under the cotn
' maud of his enemies cannon, he ex-
S.Terry, K. .,,,,,
The brutal Russians shall dearly
pay for it, our brave brethren must
Lehman, J, M. Ross,
Pua, Isaac Krickson,
Sayinauue rreMiiuiu i.usmiiiuwiHx-ii vi K(lM cmSi Pearson. J. J. McGuire,
he did not propose to reappoint . k. Walker, P. T. Cany, Jas. Pollock,
Judge Utile. I'te-ddenls are not J O. P. Anderson, Albert Homer and John
given to announcing in advance ' '"l ,
Rev. Curtis Shields will address the
men tonight at the Waiakea Social Set
tlement on "Home Responsibilities am
Privileges. Mr. Kalaina will act as 'in
terpreter. Songs by Waiakea children,
H.U.niNi; Thursday, May, 18, 1904, to
the wife of Wm. T. Italding, at Wai
nnku, a bou.
what they propose to do, eipeeially
in matters of appointment the tenure
of which has not expired. It is
not ptobible and is rank arrogance
to suggest that Judge Little's
opponents ever received information
as suggested by the Herald.
ALL KINDS OP
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PKASH, President.
SAN I'RANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
lloolalia Hoopaa Molaki.
Ke hoolaha ia aktt nei, e like me ka
maim kuai i hoike ia maloko o kekahi
molaki i liana ia e V. Hamada o Hilo,
Mokupuui ame Tcreton o Hawaii ia J.
Iwasaki ame II. Tauemoto o Olaa, Moku
puui ame Tcretori o Hawaii, hana ia ma
ka la 17 o Dekcmaba, 1903, a i hookomo
ia ma ke keeua o ka mea kopc Palapala
ma Honolulu, T. II., ma ka la 21 o De
kemaba, 1903, buke 252 ma ka aoao 257
Nolaila, o J. Iwasaki ame II. Tauemoto
ke mauao nei e lioopaa i ua molaki nei,
no ka uliiiki ia u ua aelike iloko o uu mo
1,'iki nei, oin hoi, ka uku ole ia ana o ke
kuiuu paa ame ka uku Paueu i ka wa o
ka uku ana.
Nolaila, ke hoolaha ia nku nei o 1111
waiwai apau iloko o ua molaki nei e ku
dala ia ana tun ka puka luamua o ka Hale
Hookolokolo, ma ku town o Hilo, Moku
puui ame Teretori o Hawaii, ma ka Poa
iua, June 14, 1904, ma ka hora 11 o ke
O ka waiwai iloko o ua molaki nei a e
I kuai ia uku una hoi penei no ia:
(i) Ke la paiap.ua uooumaiima t nana
la e ka Hilo Sugar Co. ia Y. Hamada,
liana ia ma ka la 9 o June, 1898, upaua
ainahclu 11 Punahoa, iionu na Iika he
1,20, me na ko e ulu una maluua o ua
(2) Ke la palapala hoolimalima i liana
ia u ka Hilo Sugar Co. ia I'ukuda Sai
kichi ma ka la 16 o June, 189S, apaua
aina helu 1, uonu 11 u Kkn he 6, ameapaua
iiina helu 3, Punahoa 2, noun na Iika he
'2I4 , me na ko e ulu una maluua o ua mail
(3) Ke la palapala hoolimalima i hana
ia e ka Hilo Sugar Co, ia Y. Hamada, ma
kn la 11 o November, 1903, apaua aina
helu 38, Punahoa 2, nana ua l'.ka he 6, oi
aku pahti emi mai palm, me na ko e ulu ,
ana maluua o ua aina ala.
Hookalii kua plo helu 235.
Hookahi lio eleele. 7 uiakahikl.
6) Hookahi lio, eleele, 10 makahiki
Me ke Dala kuike ke kuai.
J. IWASAKI. .
Na Mea Paa Molaki.
Wish & Ross, Na Loio.
Hilo, May 8, 1903.
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