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Ih Bent lor L-Ulo
What Ih Bent for
M I LO
Ih Bent lor Us
KILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JUNK 24, 1904.
Ijc Jilo C&vilnmc
PUIIMSIIHU KVHRV VK1I1AV
Oppicr. KiNciSTHi.T. mm. Hawaii.
liilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
Publisher nml Proprietor
Present . . C C. Ki mnmiv
Vice-President K n. Kiciiarii,
Secretary-tr-nuur J Cihti K Itlixiu u
Auditor V 1' Sutton
Director II M rniiMKnv, 1) W Mkhii
Advertisement jiincconipuiUril by i,eclfii
nilruclloii Itifcrtcil until urilertd out
Advertisement tlNcimlimtrd betorc expiration
of specified period will lie elinrgetl n If cou
tinned for lull term
Dr. John Holland
1 H1I.0, HAWAII.
"General l'nicticc of
SURGERY AND MEDICINE
Including Discuses of the Ec, IJ.ir, Nose
ntidTlnoat. Telephone p.
Wise & Ross,
Will practice hi all Courts of the Territory, nml
the Supreme Court of the United states
Office: iTkmukk Him.nixn,
Ilrl.lge btrect, 1IM.O, HAWAII
C. M. I,)?nr.ONl) W. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Jniuinese, nml Chltine Iiilirp.etcr,
nml Xotiry rubllcin Oflicc.
Office: Shvkkanck Huu.uinc,
)iioslte Conr House, IIII.o, HAWAII
J . Casti.k Ridowav Tiios. C. RlIK'.WA V
Ridgway & Ridgway
o)lcltors of I'alcnlH C.etiernl I.nw Practice
Notary l'tihlic in Office.
OFVICK : Walanueuue anil I.rlilifc htn-etn
KKAL I'STATI", WW.
I. JS. fciVY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, D. D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
AGP.NT FOR NUW YORK LIFF.
WAIANUF.NUF. STRliKT. - HILO
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Husiness Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Ofiice with I. 1?. Ra. Telephone 146
BISHOP & CO.
Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Ex
Commercial atid Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available in nil 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, Collect'ons
Tusuraijce or requests for Exchange.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Knors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. S ilisfac-
, r ,. ... .. .. ....
Ill coiiformlty with Section 13, Article
(0f ,e iuiL.SHI11i Regulations of Hie
Rcpttlilicnii Parly of the Territory of
Hawaii, notice is henhy given lint there
wlll lie a meeting of the fourth Precinct
Republican Club, Pirst Representative
District, held at the Firemen's Hall,
Hilc, 011 Frl lay, June loth, 1904, at 7:30
p. in., for the purpose of making nomina
tions for officers of the club for the en
sueiiig term of two years, the election of
such officers to take place nt the Mine
hill and hour, Friday, June 24th, 1904.
Ity onler of the President:
THOS. C. RIDOWAY.
R. A. LYMAN, JR..
Hilo, June 2, 1904. 31-tf
In conformity with Section 13, Article
I., of the Rules and 'Regulations of the
Republican I'.trty of the Territory of i
wail, notice is hereby given that there
will be a meeting of the Third Precinct
Republican Club, I'irst Representative
District, held at the Christian Science
Hall, Waiakea, on Friday, June ieth,
1904, nl 7:30 p. 111., for the purpose of
making nominations for officers of the
club for the ensuing term of1 two j ears,
the election of such officers to take place
at the same hall and hour, Frid ty, June
Hy order of the President:
'JAS. D. LEWIS.
O. P. APPONSO,
Waiakea, Hilo, June 2, 1904.
Unhid Stales of America
Territory of Hawaii ) - '
In the Circuit Court of the Pottrth Circuit.
At Chamiikks In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Untitle of JACINTHO
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The Petition of R, K. Haptiste, admin-..
isirntor 01 uie estate oi jaciuuio rarias.
deceased, having been filed, wherein be
asks that his accounts be examined and
ipprovcd, and Unit a final order be made
of distribution of the properly remaining
in his hands to the persons thereto en
titled, and discharging him from all fur
ther responsibility as such administrator.
It is ordered, thai Tuesday, the 12U1
day of July, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. m,, is
the time set for hearing of the said peti
tion in the Courtroom of the Fourth Cir
cuit Court at South Hilo,' llawaiivat
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any tliey Have, wliy Hie prayer 01 llic pe
tition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, June 2, 1904.
Hy the Court:
DANIF.L VORTHR, Clerk.
Ridcwav & Rioowav.
Attornevs for Petitioner. 32-4.
Notice lo Creditors.
United Stales of America ) s
Territory of Hawaii f '
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
AT ClIAMllUKS In Pkoiutk.
In the matter of the Instate of AUGUST
G. SERRAO, deceased.
Notice is hereby uiv en that the under.
signed have been appointed Executors of
the estate ot August t;. herrao 01 11110,
All creditors of said deceased arc here-
by notified to present their claims,
filn...lull1. nrnnnr vouchers If a..v. to
the tindersigiiid, in Hilo, Hawaii, within 'tunnril to the bidder after he has de
six months from the first publication of j posited his bid and returned the plans.
mis nonce, or sucu claims, u any, win ne
OHN G. SF.RRAO.
"MANUEL G. SANTOS,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Dec. 18, 1903.
Ridoway iS: Ridcwav,
Attorneys for Executors. 32-4
During my absence from Hilo Mr. K.I. ...... .....1 ,,,s t he iceoini, uned bv 11 eer-
r ri,n uiii .pi for ,. I,, nil ..1 liters I I . , ''""l"""-" " " ""
L. Knbo will act for it ill all ....Iters, I Ufied check of 5 of the amount of the
under., full porter of attorue). proposal, p. yablc to C. S. Hollow.),
324 T. IKEDA. I SlM)Crlllteluieut of Public Works, as surety
Tin. mulHrkiiMipil liavimr honiTht out
"w -n r o
the Wo Lee Laundry, all accounts should
uie uiii.ee i.uiiiiiirj,. in iieuiiiiiis-.iiu,iin
i. ....... 11 ... 1.1c. 1 ti in 1 1. nun ir iKi.r
III. Klil iviwii J'VJ a., ".. ......
occurs. The new man meuieut will not
.. . . . f .
,-... cmiitvo (Mini
Robert Duncan, as follows:
Check No. 591, Sept. 15, 1902, $2.50.
Check No. 66S, Oct. 15, 1902, $2.50.
Check No. 85, Feb. 15, 1903, f2.Jo.
Pavnieut on same stopped.
IN. C. WILLFONG,
Treasurer Hilo Elrctric Light Co., Ltd.
Hilo, June 6, 1904. 32.3
, , T".c 5IH.-rtiitemieiH reserves ,ue r.gni f , t ,mck j . wc . . y o ,e ..era k uoki s rmv . A .
I.vf to reject any or all bids. I. ... , , . great battle is imiuiiient.
,-"hl' I csiinuowvv just in time to vive the ship mid I Ud0ll,Bl jlini. ,s.-The Japanese '
I , , ,...,. , , the lives of the passengers. Later h ive made a lourth unsuccessful attempt I
I TTitr. l.Urtrip I il,t (,'K plipplfs. drawn ' hUnerilltelldellt Of Public Works. . . . ,... .. in l.lmL- ll i.lnnn. tn lni-t Arllinr. I
.... hi,' ii.i.i. ,.r iiii. ii.i.. fnvnr nfl Honolulu. T. II.. Itiiic fi. iwli 12-1 lle lo()k l)i,SHa"e oil tlie "wlty Ot , f (Wi,!,,,. The Russians sunk
"" ' '"" " " " " i,.i.:.. i :...i
On S.iturduv, June 18, nt 2 p. in., there
will he sold nt public miction lo the high
est bidder for cash, nil the buildings -id-
joinlng Pronl treit on the inniiku side,
beginning at Nippon nlle and extending
to the ditch crossing Ponahawai strict,
uintiUn of Prout. Ilulldiugs to be ie-
moved within n rensohable time.
Sile will take plate on the premises.
C. S. HOLLO WAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
P.. 15. RlCHVKDS,
Agent Public Works Department.
RECONSTRUCTING HUEIIUE TO
WARDS WAIMEA ROAD, DIS
TRICT OF NORTH KONA; HA
WAII. Propo-sils will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, until 12 o'clock in., June 1S1I1.
19a), for reconstructing mid rep-iirlng
roadway, retaining walls nml fencing n
portion of the Government rond Huehtie
towards Waime.t, District of North Kona,
Hawaii, T. II.
Specifications 011 file nl the office of
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulumid with P. K, Hiuie,
member of the North Kona Road Hoard
Kailua, Hawaii, copies of which will be
furnishe'd intending bidders on receipt of
$5 00, which will be re tut md to the bid
der after he has depositid his bid and
returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitti.il 011 the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and enclosed in 11 sealed envelope
addressed to Hon. C.S. Holloway, Super-1
tntendenl of Public Works, Honolulu, T. ' the assemblage by the beauty of
II., endorsed "Proposal for Reconstruct-, ,,;,. eioquencc. Music was furnish
ii'g, etc., Government R011I, Httehue ' , , ,. T, .,. ,,, , , . ..,
.,. , . . ,,. . . ,1 rv. ., ,. ,ed by the Ht.Hi Church choir, with
Towards Waimea, District of North Kona, J
Howaii, T. H." ' Miss Sarah yniau at the organ
Each proposal must contain the full 1
iir.me of the pirty or p.irties making the
same and must be accompanied by a cer
tified check of 5 of the amount of the
piopbsnl, pajable""lo"Cri5rilolIbwaj, Sit-
perintendeiit of Public Works, ns surety
that if the proposal be accepted a con
tract will be cuteicd into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furuishul by the As
sistant Superintendent of Public Works j
previous to 12 o'clock m. oil the day
The SuperfnteiuJent reserves the right
lo reject auv or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., June 6, 1904. 3-3
NEW ROAD FROM KAILUA TO JOIN
KEAUHOU ItOAD AT KAHALUU,
Proposals will be received nt the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works, widow, Mrs. Maria Hughes Na
Honolulu, until 12 o'clock m., June 27. Wahi, to whom he had been mar
.904. for constructing new mad from . , , n sl)on tIne .
Kailua to join Rcaultou roid at Kahaluu, I . "
jIaWilji j his mother, Mrs. Joseph Nawnhi, a
Plans and specifications arc cm file at ' younger brother Alee, survive him.
the office of the Assistant .Superintendent
01 riiime;'wurK3. iiijiiuiiiiii iiuii 1111 i'. . T , .
,. ... ., . ,.., ., ., JNawalu was born
I' Hiim. MfMi,lur of Inn V. Knilii Un.nl .
- - " -
Hoard. Kailua, Hawaii, conies of which
, wH, JC frI1i!,lel intumliiiK bidders ion
receipt of $5.00, winch sum will be re -
i.rollos.i, lm,st be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works and enclosed in n sealed envelope
addressed lo Hon. C S. Holloway,
bu pernucniieiii 01 ruunc vvorKh, iiouo-
,uri uteimeuio. r.iui c om,. uouo-
ulti.T. II., endorsed "Proposal for Rmd
Von. Kailua to Keauhon, Hawaii."
Each proposal must contain the
name of the party or pirties making the
that if the propos.l be accepted a con-
tract will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless,
1 made on the blanks furnished bv the
Ass stunt Superintendent, ol Pubic
1 ' ' ,.,..
! Superintendent of Public Wotks .ire-
iviirkh null iil'iivl-il'ii hi iiiu iiiiilit ill liiu
. . tl 1 .1... .1
,iuu-.iw .- .. -..-w .. ,.. ..,
All fri'inlll sent lo sliios bv our launches
will be ehiirged to shippers unless niToui
panied by a written older from therm.
tains of vessels.
3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
Illi:s IN HONOLULU.
Albert K. Xnwulil, it Promising llllo
Vou'.li Pusses Awuy.
''One of Ili: saddest events occurr
ing recently was the untimely
tle.ith in Hniolulii 011 Friday Inst
June 1 7th of Albert Kahwahiwn
a-kalahua, son' of Mrs. Navvahi and
the late Joseph Ntuvnhi. Although
the young linn has licen in n more
or less weakened condition since an
attack of pneumonia about one
year ago, he has been up and about
and was bright and cheerful to
within a week of his death. In
October last, in company with a
number of mountain climbers from
Hilo, young Nawnhi made the as
cent of Muuivt Loa to witness the
eruption of Mnknwionco, being a.
a member ofjhc fit.st patty to visit
the crater a'c. its outbreak. The
hardships ofilhc trip affected his
constitution jnntil his strength gave
way a few days before he, died
The immediate cause of death is
attributed toitumor of the brain.
The rempuis wire brought to
Hilo for bti'ial lust Wednesday,
and theftiixj 1 took place yesterday
afternoon from Haili Church. The
church was i'ro a ded with friends
and relative 'of the deceased, and of
the family. 'Rev. S. L Desha de
livered the "jf:rmoii in Hawaiian
which was simple but impressive,
bringing tunny a tear to the ejes of
A pathetic and touching song was
rendered by Joseph Kallaim, a life
time friend of -the deceased. Im
headed by the members of Court
Manna Kea, No. 8S50, Ancient
Order of Forresters, the funeral
cortege proceeded to the cemetary,
where the remains were laid to
rest with the ritual rites of thai pr-
Iganization of which he was a
, The pn,j i)earcrs were ijUBCIIC
Lyman, David Ewaliko, H. II.
Brown Jr., William Nailimu,
PliiHp Victor, Richard Lyman,
Attkai and Chas. Siein-
riie body lay in state at the
Haili Church Wednesday afternoon
and all day yesterday until the hour
J J ... .
i of the funeral. The deceased left a
! 1 o
I .,,,. . .,. XT 1
I no I, at tne iMiivvaiu
1 "Homelani" on School street, Hilo,
I which lie IU(1 lllS Wife
cupying at the time of his death.
Educated in his youth at the Hilo
Foreign School and the Union
School. When the family removed
I to Honolulu, he entered Iolani Col-
,jej,e nn(i afterwards attended St.
h College, from which he grad-
, " . . . rr., ,
j "nted nl the age of eighteen. Wlyle
here, W. J Kinney, British com-
' missioncr to Hawaii, took a fancy
... , ' .
. ah . 11 1
to Albert and when he removed to
, . fc , vounc mn1 with
J.,,,", ,,!" U1C J ."'':.
l,lll' After remaining in that
country eight mouths, 111 which
time he became able lo converse
fliieiitlv ill the Innaiicsc lane
,. 1 ... 1, ;: 1 ..r'
iin rMiuriieil HI IlilVV.lll liecillise 111
, . , f ., . .
the outbreak of the Jiipau plague,
I'.UllmUl.ig on tile h. h. lion
v - - -'
T" Ia... il.rtL ... . 1 ,...,. 1.1 !..,
u, , 1....1 , vv.. v.....s..i ...
.. r..... ,u..o ma oi .... n.wl ...o.
,llUlltll-, Will til fll.ll (lllll Hill
During the bubonic plague '
iii Honolulu, he held the nest
in iioiioiuiu, ne. 11e.n1 me, pesi
of assistant clerk in Hie Board of
TT ... ,. . . .. ...
Ilea 1th and later a similar position
- Health and later a similar position
,1...' vir Worku n..mrii.ir.nti
ni Uie " ,ltcr u (,rlvS Ul"l,anuieilt
I His last public oflicc was clerk ill
1 CRI IIU. illlll .11 I I VCll
the 1'ire Claims Commission, which
position h. resigned to get married
and assume the management in
Hilo of his father's estate. On
Feb. 15, 1903, he was married to
Miss Mnria Hughes of Honolulu, 'was recently afflicted for its sins by
since which time he has made his the arrival of MaltcrO. Smith, that
home in Hilo. rather shop-worn specimen of the
He way 22 years and 6 months) genus hack-cdilor, who molds (or
ofnge at the time of his death. 'should one say makes mouldy) the
Gifted, well educated and with a
host of friends, he had a bright,
prosperous career ahead of him
when the Grim Destroyer cut him
down in his youth. He was
naturally of an affectionate disposi
tion opeu-licartcd, and madef ieuds
easily. He was a democrat and
attended the democratic territorial
convention at Honolulu as adelegate
from Hawaii. Coming from an
illustrious line of ancestors, Queen
Emma christened him with the
name of Kahivvahiwa a-kalahua.
His loss will be felt in the community
as well as within the Territory nt
New York, N. Y., June 15. A
fiightful harvest of death among
women ami children occurred today
as the result of a fire on board the
excursion steamer General Slocum.
The steamer was bound down
East River crowded with from 300
to 500 passengeis, mostly women
and children, enjoying a Sunday
School exclusion. Fire was tlis
cpveied on board the steamer and a
panic reigned. -
Officers were unable to hold the
flames in check and the women and
children were soon beyond control.
Many were burned to death, while
others Jumped from the steamer
and were drowuL'd. J
The ship's officers succeeded in
beaching the steamer at Hell Gate,
where she burned to the water's
edge. Two hundred and twelve
bodies have been recovered, but it
is still impossible to estimate the
exict loss of life.
Denver, June 15. Martial law has been
ended in Sin Mieucl county, Mover, the
1 It ider of the strikers Ins surrendered to
j the civil authoriuts.
i New Ycrk.June 16. Ilermis won the
I "'-''' hia-os; Picket second, Irish
1 J.'id third. The value of the prize was
Hutte, Moul. June 17. A Northern
Pacific train was hehl up by robbers to
day. They secuieil 05,000 ol booty.
Chicago, III., June 20. The Hawaiian
delegation to the Republican Convention
have named Governor Carter nsllie chair
man of the delegation. He has also been
1 selected ih a ineinber of the organization
I ciiintnitlee. Delegate kiiuio i 11s oeen
' .,Plli n ,,.. .1.,. i,.1rilr.. vio, -
Presidents of the Convention.
Chicago, June 20. The Hawaiian and
Porto Rican delegations aic making a
strong effort to secure a plunk in the
pnrly jilatform declining for a protective
duty oil coffee imports.
Tokio.June 15 The Japmese fleet is
pursuing the Vladivostok smiidrnu,
Tokio, Japan June 15.-TI1C Russian
cruiser Nov ik emerged from Port Arthur
v 1 sterday uiid encountered the Japanese
fleet. She relumed undamaged.
Tokio, Japan, June 16. The Japanese
I have-captured Telissu, near Kaichou on
, the Liaotung Peninsula, i lie Russians
the Liaotung Peninsula. J lie Russians
host 14 guns and many regimental colors.
' Five hundred dead were left on the field.
IThree hundred werecaptured Thejap.
imcSe lost .,000.
1 Ltaojaug, Manchuria, June 17 The
, Russians estimate that General Stakel -
1 iiuru s iuss 111 iiiiuiKi'w was i,uiki uieii
I a.i.l 20 oll.cers.
I i..i .... 1 , r.... IT... ill..
1, ""u"u"t ' '"' "'"T1""! , .. . ,r. . , N
1 kit Liaovang on Wednesday and will as-lone should be disbarred and the
;e, leu i.iauviiug u wiiuiesuay unit win as-
I suuie coniuiand of the army operating to.
h wards Port Arthur.
ir.. .' ..
Tokio Jnpin, June I7.-Geneial Kuro
........ ;u ..u....i... in., . c,r...... r..r....... i...
1 JMIRIM 11 11'Mllllllll II nilHIl llllhklll ill!
Chefoo, June 10.
umi V'e Ja MUts ",',vc S'1'' ure'1 lw
fo t (ll j, Arthur, o-,ing i.ooo
'...en carrying the works. H
, Tokio. I.idi.i. lune 20. The Inmuese
! lwve buriedi" Russian dead found 011
the Telissu bltiieiield. The loss of the
1 Russians is estimated at 10,000.
tiii: ur.TOKT couuteod.v
When Smith Meets Smith Then
Comes the Tuir nT War.
To Editor or Tkiiiunk: Hilo
ancient policy of the Honolulu Ad
vertiser, whose motto is, "Grab
what you can and spoil the rest."
If we had any local almanacs, un
doubtedly they would have pre
dicted "About this time look out
for mud and slush." Being how
ever without these faithful weather
bureaus, of the Benjamin Franklin
breed, our citizens were taken
unaware, and tailed to meet the-
Rinau bearing the professional ink
waster, with either disinfectants or
handcuffs. In fact so unwonted
was the modesty of Mr. Smith, in
consequence of the fact that the
High Sheriff was looking for him
when he left Honolulu, that no
Hiloite knew that he had passed
through our midst until thctre ap
peared in the columns of the Sunday
Advertiser an culogium upon the
spot where he had taken refuge
from the process of Judge De Bolt's
Why this extinguished j'ournalist
did us the honor lo devote so much
of space and time to our humble
fortunes piobably no one will ever
know, unless Smith himself breaks
away from the habits of a lifetime
and tells the truth about it, a pro
ceeding which like County Govern
ment or a Democratic President is
too reniote,a conjecture tp be taken
seriously. One can imagine that
he was actualed by a dearth af other
subjects. Little's career from the
hour of his birth had been already
dissected, so that a long .suffering
public knew by heart what that
unhappy jurist had done each
moment of his earthly life, and what
he would probably do for the re
mainder o'l it and afterward; we
had been surfeited with Davis and
his disbarment until we devoutly
hoped that no lawjer in Hawaii
would ever be disbarred again, were
he the devil himself; we had heard
the legal attainments of the former
Supreme Court expounded until we
were willing to admit (for the sake
of rest) that Antone Perry was the
reincarnation of Chief Justice Mar
shall. Presumably Mr. Smith had
exhausted himself upon these sub
jects, anil lest he should by any
chance be ititeiestiug and so cause
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' e't failurtMii ln.s readers, he wrote
I heait failure in his read
1 the article referred to.
But though we are bowed down
by the weight of our .shortcomings
as they are laid "upoii us by the
I journalist, we still have a spark of
hope and encouragement. We see
tunA "something is doing" around
, ,, , ... . , ,
the Volcano Stables. We surmise
that this concession on the part of
(Walter G. is in the nature of a
I .,L I , ,
'inif fiio imi for free transportation
,f the scribe to the Volcano House;
I )ut even so we are pleased by the
1 . , , , ,
concession; although how a train
portation company could do busi
ness in a town otherwise in a trance,
oniyioe explained uy a man who
' cnn demonstrate (to his own satis-
. faction) why it is that when two
ilawyeis overcharge their clients,
1 uiiu siiuiuu tie: iiisu.u icu u.ui uie:
()t1L.r patted on the back. In fact
, u rc(ll,ireh yenr of work : h(i
- I missioiinrv fud.l In eviilnin pitlior
I ... . j iifffil.T
New Vork, June 21. Ninety
eight more bodies have been re
covered from the wreck of the
New Vork, June 20 Six liund-
red and thirty-two bodies ol the
,,:,j,c ,,r ti,,. onmrar r 1.11 .ml
victims or the steamer Gen-ial
1 Slocum disasterhavebeenrccovered.
1 1 1 ..1....1
I. l 'V " l- -'-. .umi mi.jwii
to have been on the steamer, aie.