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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JUNK 17, 1904.
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Wise & Ross,
Will practice In all Court of the Territory, nuil
the Supreme Court of the Unlleil Mates.
Office: TlUIIUNK llUtl.DINO,
IlrUlRC Street, IIH.O. HAWAII
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uiul Notary Public lit Ollice.
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and NOTARY PUBLIC
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Office Hour!,: 9 to 12, I to 4.
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AGIJNT I'OR NIJW YORK LIl'Iv
WAIANUENUH STRKHT. - HILO
W. H. BEERS
(ISii'l'sh and Hawaiian)
Couitiii5sion and llusiuess Agent.
tWill Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Kxecutor. Rents and Hills Collected..
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Oaiiu, II. I.
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change business ,
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Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Uisurat'ce or requests for Exchange.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Raors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac-'
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R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN l'RANCISCO, CAL U. S, A.
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In conformity with Section 13, Article
tm r lllL. k,i1m nMl Regulations of tlic
Rt-pulilicftti Party of tlic Territory of
"". "" " -y kItch that there
will ben meeting of the Pourth l'rccinct
Republican Club, Pirst Representative
District, held tit the Piremen's Hall,
Hilc, on Pridav, June loth, 11)04, nt 7
p. in., fur the purpose of making unmitia-
lions lor oiuccrs 01 tlic chid lor tile en
sucingtcr.nof two years, the election of,
such ofiiccts to tiike place nt tlic same
hall anil hour, Priday, June 24th, 1904
llv order of the President:
THOS. C. RIDGWAY
Kilo, June 2, 1904.
In coufoimity with Section ij, Article
I., of the Rules and Regulations of the
Republican Patty of the Tenitory of Ha
waii, notice is hereby given that tliere
will be a meeting of the Third 1'recincl
Republican Club, Pirst Representative
District, lteld nt the Christian Science
an oc,tl ,
ty, June nth,
he purpose of
officers of ti,e
Hall, Waiakea, on l'rid.i
1901, at 7:30 11. 111., for th
making nominations for
club for the ensuing term of two years,
the election of such officers to take place
at the same hall and hour, Priday, June
lly order of the l'resideiit:
JAS. I). LKWIS.
C. I'. AI'l'ONSO,
Waiat-ea, Hilo, June 2, 1904. ji-tf
United States of America
Territory of Iiawaii )
In the Circuit Court of the l'ourth Circuit.
At Chamiiuks In Pkoiiatk.
I'ARI AS,' deceased.
PETITION l'OR ALLOWANCE OP
ACCOUNTS AND PINAL DIS
CHARGE. The Petition of R. K. Ilaptiste, admin
istratur of the estate of Jaciulhu Panas.
deceased, h.tviug been tiled, wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of the 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 12th
day of July, 1904, at 9 o'clock n. 111 , is
the time set for hearing of the said peti
tion in the Courtroom of the Pourth Cir
cuit Court at South Hilo, Hawaii, at
which time and place all persons con
cerned may nppear and show cause, if,
any they have, why the prayer of the pe-
titioti should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, June 2, 1904.
lly the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Ridc.way & Ridoway.
Attorneys for Petitioner. 32-4.
Notice to Creditors.
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii f
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit.
AT Ciiamiikks In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of 'AUGUST
G. SERRAO, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under,
signed have been appointed Executors of
the estate of August G. Serrao of Ililo,
All creditors of said deceased are here
by notified to present their claims,
whether secured or unsecured, duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers, if any, to
the undersiuiied, in Hilo, Iiawaii, within
"" -Months from the first publication of
tf , ice, or such claims, if any, will be
JOHN G. SERRAO,
MANUEL G. SANTOS,
Ililo, Hawaii, T. II., Dec. 18, 1903.
Ridc.way it Ridoway,
Attorneys for Executors. 32-4
During uty absence from Hilo Mr. K.
C. Kuho will act for me in all matters,
under 11 full porter of attorliey.
32.4 T. IKEDA.
The undersigned having bought out
the Wo Lee Laundry, all accounts should
be paid before July 15th, when transfer
occurs. The new management will not
he responsible for debts of old concern.
32.4 CHUNG CHOI.
I H'ilo Electric Light Co's checks, drawnl
on Hirst bank of Ililo, Ltd., favor of
I Robert Duncan, an follows:
I Check No. 591, Sept. 15, 1902, 52.50.
I Check No. 6fi8, Oct. 15, 1902, 52.50.
, Check No. 85, Peb. 15, 1903, 52.50.
1 Payment on s line stopped.
I ' N. C. WILLPONG,
Treasurer Ililo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Ililo, June 6, 1904. 32-3
Notice to Creditors.
United States of America, ) st
Territory of Hawaii, )"
In the Circuit Court of tlic Pourth Circuit.
At C;iamiikrs In Piioiiatk.
Ill the matter of the Estate of MANUEL
III? MEDEtROS MAIA, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed ban been appointed Administrator
of the estate oC the above milled deceasid.
All crcditorsof said deceased are hereby
notified to present their claims, duly vcrf-
o . . V' "V, S.. Wl
Ross, Hilo, T. II., within six months
front the date of this notice, or such
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claims, if any, will be forever barred.
J. M. in? GOUVKIA, SR..
Hilo, June 3, 1904. 1
Wisic & Ross, r
Attorneys for listale. 31-3
Moi'lgugccN Notice of In
tciilion to Foreclose
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Notice is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a power of sale contained in
a certain mortgage in ide by Y. Hamada.
of Hilo. in the Island and Territory of
Hawaii, to J. Iwusaki ami II. Taneuioto
of Olaa, Island ai.dl erritory of Hawaii,
' dated December 17th. 1903. and recorded
I h the office of the Registrar of Convey ,
auces in tioiioiuiu, 1, it., 011 me 2isi itnusevcu, ;u which ihhc xiawniinii
day of December, 1903, in volume 252 at affairs weie fully discussed with
pages 257 and 25S thereof, and the said J. t. President President llonsp
Iw.1s.1kl and H. Taneuioto intend to fore- ulc l resl ,,e"1, res,uel1- KOOSe
close Mid mortgage for a breach of condi- velt regards the Governor as his
lion in said mortgage contained, to-wit: 1 political and administrative adviser
Tlienonpajiuent of the principal sum ,;,, thu T.jrritory of Hawaii, and
and interest, thereby secured, when the ,, , 1,:,,. r;,.r .....' 1
same became due and payable. ' ' J000 ll" for information regard-
Notice is hereby als given that all and "g all matter of a public nature in
singular the properly covered by said
mortgage will be sold at public auction jU(lge larsous was receiving the
at the front door of the Court House 111 ' ,4..i, ,:.. n 1 . .
the tow n of Hiio, Island and Territory of . coiigrntu fctions all day yerterday
Hawaii, on Tuesday, Jujie 281I1, 1904, at'oncl the day before of rricnds and
11 o'clock a. 111. 'those who have heretofore opposed
me property iiesjeiiueii in .uu inori-
gnee and which will be sold at said time
and place is dcscrilcd as follows:
1st. Thai certain indenture of lease
executed by the Ililo Sugar Company to
said Y. Hamada, bearing date June 9U1,
1S98, for lot 11 Piiuahoii, containing 1.20
acres, together with the crop growing
upon said lot
3 Ptinahoa. Toe
crop growing upon said lot.
3rd. That certain indenture
executed by the Hilo Sugar Company to
said Y. Hamada on the nth day of "No
vember, 1903, for lot 3S Puuahoa 2nd,
containing six acres, more or less, to
gether with the crop growing thereon.
4th. One hack, number 235.
5th. One black horse, 7 ears old.
6th. One black horse, ten years old.
Terms of sale, Cash.
WlSK & Ross,
Hilo, May 18, 1904. 31-3
Iloolnlia Hooima Molaki.
Ke hoolaha ia aku uei, e like me ka
uiana ktiai i hoikc ia inaloko o kekah!
uiolaki i liana ia e Y. Hamada o Hilo,
Mokupuui amc Teretori o Hawaii ia J.
Iwasaki ame II. Taneuioto o Olaa'Moku
tiuui amc Teretori o Hawaii, liana ia ma
ka la 17 o Dekemaba, 1903, a i hookomo
ia ma kc keeua o ka uiea kope Palapula
ma Honolulu, T. II., ma ka la 21 o De
kemaba, 1903, buke 252 ma ka uoao 257
Nolaila, o J. Iwasaki ame II. Taneuioto
ke uiauao nci e hoopia i ua uiolaki nei,
110 ka uhaki ia o ua aclikc iloko o ua uio
laki nei, oia hoi, ka uktt ole ia ana o kc
kiimu paa ame ka iiku Pauce i ka wa o
ka uku ana.
Nolaila, ke hoolaha ia aku uei o na
waiwai apati iloko o ua uiolaki uei c kit
dalu ia ana ma ka puka uiaiima o ka Hale
Hookolokolo, ma kc town o Hilo, Moku
puiii ame Teretori o Hawaii, ma ka Po i
iua, June 28, 1904, ma ka hora 11 o ke
O ka waiwai iloko o ua uiolaki uei a c
kuai ia aku ana hoi penei no ia:
(1) Ie la palapala hooliiualitiia i liana
ia e ka Hilo Sugar Co. it Y. Hamada,
haua ia ma ka la 9 o June, 1898, apana
aiua belli 11 Puuahtia, 11011a 11,1 Eka he
1.20, me ua ko e ulu ana iimlumi o 1111
aiua ala., .
(2) Ke la palapala hoolimaliiua i haua
ia e ka Hilo Sugar Co. la Pukuda Sai
kichi ma ka In 16 o June, 1898, npaua
aina helu 1, uona ua Eka he 6, ameupana
aiua helu 3, Piiuaho.i 2, 11011a ua I'.ka he
2)4', me na ko e ulu nun malutiao ua man
(3) Ke la palapala hoolimaliiua i buna
i .. 1 n 11:1.. iJ. r. :.. 11. 1.. ... .
kala 11 o November, 1903, apana aina
helu 38, Puuahoa 2, noua na Eka he 6, oi
it, v: mt iiiiu ,,i;ai s.u. 1.1 . t nun. 11111, iii.i
uku paba eiiu in.il palm, me ua ko e ulu
ana maluiia o ua aiua ala,
(4) Hookahi kaa pio belli 235.
(5) Hookahi lio eleelc, 7 makahiki.
(6) Hookahi lio, eleelc, 10 liuikahiki.
Me ke Data kuike ke kuai.
Na Mea Paa Molaki.
Wish & Ross, Na Loio.
Hilo, May 18, 1903. 31.3
All freight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by 11 written order from the cap
tains of vessels,
3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
2nd. fhat certain indenture of lease says lie IS HO longer 111 politics and
executed by the Hilo Sligar Compauv tp wjit ot . rjVrr his term of offire
Puktida Saikichl on the 161I1 day or June, 1. .;, ,",.., ., ... .
189S, for six acres of lot I, and 2 acres t!: an "ct,1VC l,art tlle political
of loc 3 Ptinahoa. Toecther with the affairs of the county or district.
Tin President Itccngiitun Ililo In
Appointment or l.ouul Judge.
Upon Uje recommendation of
Governor George R. Carter, who is
now in Witthington, D. C, Charles
D. Parsons of Hilo wns Tuesday
appointed Circuit Judge of the
Fourth CitCuit, succeeding Gilbert
F. Little, whose term of office ex
pired the same day, June 14th.
The syinoiinccinciit by cable of
the appointment of the Circuit
Judge has been daily expected since
Governor Carter s arrival in Wash
ington. Judge Little, to avoid any I
quest ion that might arise as to thei
legality of Ins acts thereafter, re
fused to hold court or transact any
court business after the date of his
commission expired, June 5. News
cams by wireless in a message from
Secretary Atkinson to Judge Par
sons, announcing his appointment
. 1 ,,tetKlinrr cnnr-ratiiin iinn
auu cxteiicung congratulations,
I he Governor has been in al-
most daily consultation with the
President on judicial appointments,
nnd on Sitntdiv lind lmtoiimi nt
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the While House uwith President
the gover Mlient of the islands
, u, l1)s cOtltCSt Or tile Ut 1TO-
ship. There is general feeling 01
satisfaction over the appointment
now that the suspense is removed,
and busin ss and politics will once
more resu.ne the even tenor of their
way. J in ge Parsons incidentally
Born at Mankato. Blue Earth
ir - ntmlv Mimipuntn Tnmnrv i
1872, Judge Parsons is slightly
over thirty-two years of age. His
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j early education was received in the
1 public schools of his native town.
He attended the grammar and High
(School at Mankato, leaving before
graduating to go to Washington,
D. C, in 1S90. For about a year
he held the position of assistant
compiler of the "Official Records of
the War of the Rebellion" in the
War Records Office, under Major
Davis. In 1891 he resigned his
position to enter the law depart
ment of the University of Michigan
at Ann Arbor, graduating from
this well known institution in 1893.
He was admitted to the bar by the
Supreme Court of Michigan the
same year, and immediately en
gaged in the practice of law at San
Diego with D. L. Withington, who
is now in the law business at Hono
lulu. Later Judire Parsons prac
ticed at Los Angeles, remaining in
southern California three years,
lie came to the Islands in 1898,
locating at Hilo, Hawaii. For ten
months in the year of 1899 he was
District Magistrate of North Hilo,
located at Laupahoehoe. Soon
thereafter he returned to Ililo and
has subsequently engaged in the
law practice as ft member of the
firm of Smith & Parsons.
Judge Parsons will immediately
sever his business relations with his
law partner, and upon receipt of
his commission or -upon advice by
cable, will move into the Judge's
chambers adjoining the Circuit
Court room in the court house.
It is not known what Judge
Little's plans are definitely, but the
former Circuit Judge asserts his
intention to engage in the law
business in Hilo and will open up
offices immediately. Before his
' auveiu 10 me uencn, juugc Mine
I was prominently connected on one
side ol nearly every prominent case
tried 111 the local courts, and now
that he is free to enter into the
practice again, has no hesitancy in
taking the step o fear of regaining
his former business.
St. Petersburg, June 14. An
official statement of losses in the
navy enumerates 44 officers and
920 men killed, 13 officers and 220
men wounded; army, 36 officers
and 980 men killed and 103 officers
and 2080 men wounded; 20 officers
and 69G men captured.
Dunnville, Col., June 9. In a
battle last night between the mili
tary Mid the miners one miner was
killed and eighteen arrested.
Washington, D. C, June 9. -C.
F. McKcnnn of Pittsbuig has been
appointed as District Judge of Porto
Victor, Colo., June 9. The
Stafe Iroops arc pursuing union
miners in on attempt to drive them
from the mining districts. The
troops have orders to shoot mid
arrest if any resistance is offered.
Chicago, June 10. -Levi Z.
Letter the millionaire pork packer
and father of Lady Ctirzon is dead.
Harrisburg, Pa., June to. Gov
ernor Pennpackcr today appointed
Attorney General Philander C.
Knox United States Senator to
succeed the late Senator Quay.
Washington, D. C, June 10.
The cruiser Tacoma, recently sent
to Honolulu on a cruise to locate
the lost islands of the North Pacific,
has been ordered to go in search of
the stesiiner Couemaugh.
Somerset, Penn., June 11.
Abner McKinley, brother of the
late President LcKinley, was found
dead. Bright's disease was the
cause of death.
Washington, D. C. June 12.
Senator Cockrell was run into yes
terday by a boy on a bicycle and is
Sail Francisco, June 14. L. A.
Thurston of Honolulu is here seek
ing to engage Alexander Craw as
chief entomological exterminator of
the leaf-hopper in Iiawaii. Mr.
Thurston has offered him a salary
of $5,000 per year.
San Francisco, June 14. John
D. Spreckels is ill at the Hotel del
San Francisco, June 14. The
championship fight has been post
poned until June 30, owing to
Jeffries having received an injury
in the knee.
Newchwang, Manchuria, June 7.
Chinese bandits have killed
Lewis Etzel, an American corres
pondent for the London Telegraph.
Etzel was near Shwantait.e when
attacked and killed.
St. Petersburg, June 7. It is
stated that a third fleet will go to
the Orient from the Black Sea,
Turkey having granted it permis
sion to pass the Dardanelles
Liaoyang, June 7. The Japanese
have withdrawn their advance
guards from Vafangow after blow
ing up the railway and telegraph
lines at SamsonolTs. The Cossacks
are harassing the Japanese towards
Newchwang, June 7. Consul
Miller is investigating the killing
of Etzel, the war cot respondent.
Seoul, June 7. Cossacks are
killing and looting between , Auj u
London, June 8. The interrup
tion of the cable between Korci
and Japan is significant of the im
minence of important operations at
St. Petersburg, June 8. Im
portant news Irom ths front is ex
pected within three days.
Liaoyang, June 8. It is report
ed that the Japanese forces, on
June 6, made several stubborn at
tacks on Port Arthur simultaneous
ly by land and se.i and were re
pulsed with severe loss.
Tokio, June 8. While making
a reconnoissance near Port Arthur
a Japanese gunboat was hit eight
times and considerably damaged.
One sailor was killed and two
Chefoo, June 8. Chinese arriv
ing here by sen report a four days'
battle ten miles from Port Arthur.
Liaoyang, Manchuria, June 9.
A bombardment along the Liaotting
peninsula is going on. This is
possibly to cover a landing ot Jap
Chefoo, June 9. It is reported
that the attack on Port Arthur has .
begun, Russian ships aiding the
Shanghai, June 9. The third
Japanese army under General Nogi
will assault Port Arthur. The
second army, under General Oku,
will co-operate with General Kur
oki in the campaign against
St. Petersburg, Russia, June 10.
Active preparations -are going on
for the defence of the city of St.
Petersburg from a sea attack. The
Russians are making every pre
caution for proper defence in event
of the war in the Orient resulting
in European troubles.
London, June n. Two clock- '
work infernal machines have been
found in the dining roou of the
Chefoo, June 11. The Russian
Consul here is in nightly com
munication by wireless telegraph
with Port Arthur. Application
has been made to the Russian
government for the removal of '
neutral foreigners. At Port Art
hur the price of rice has increased
St. Petersburg, June 12. It is
stated here that the Vladivostok
fleet reached to within thirty miles
of Port Arthur on June 7, when it
encountered several Japanese tor
pedo boats and two battleships.
The Japanese'vessels attacked the
fleet, inflicting damage tbcret6 and
compelling its return to Vladivostok.
St. Petersburg, June 12. Great
distress prevails at Vladivostok
owing to enhanced prices of food.
St. Petersburg, June 12. Gene
ral Kuropatkin is making no at
tempt to relieve Port Arthur.
Newchwang, Manchuria, June
13. A captured Russian spy
states that there are less than 30,
000 Russians at Port Arthur, that
many are sick and wounded. The
supply of coal is running short.
Newchwang, Manchuria, June
13, It is reported that the Jap
anese entrapped a large force of
Russians near Shang-Mao. The
Russians retreated, leaving 800
dead on the field..
Tangiers, June 7. Armed Moors
invaded the house of an English
man and compelled his wife to de
liver up rifles concealed there in the
absence of her husband. Moorish
authorities hesitate to arrest the
perpetrators, who are influential.
Simla, India, June 7.- A British
nd'ance to Shassa, the capital of
Thibet, has been ordered to begin
on June 26. "
Tangiers, Morocco, June 8. -It
is reported that the Sultan will
grant the terms of the bandits to ,
secure the release of the kidnapped
British and American subjects.
Washington, D. C, Tunc 8.
Reports were received here today
that a revolution under ex-President
Jimiuez has broken out at Sail
Tangier. Morocco, June 9. Two
American marines are protecting
the home of the Belgian Minister,
whose wife is an American and
may be attacked on account of the
high feeling over recent troubles.
I No other troops have been landed.
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Russian Minister Jadovski wasshot
and seriously wounded today by an
unknown assailant who was later