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HILO, HAWAII HAWAIIAN ISLAND,?, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1904.
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lMIIIl.lrtllltl) UVHKV 1'KIIIAY
Okfici:, Kino Stiikkt, lino, Hawaii.
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
l'uhllslicrs and l'rurirlctors.
President C. C. Kkmnkiiv
Vice-President - H. K. Kichahiif
secretary-1 remitter J. Cesri.K Riihiwav
Amlltor A. It. Siitto.n
ulreciors l. M. Tiiomi-soN. I). W. Makkii
Advertisements .tiiiiccumiaiiied liv upcctfir
inunction linu-rled until nnlrtnl mil.
Advertisements discontinued lwrorccxplrnlloii
of specified period lll lie clinked if con
tinued Tor lull term.
Dr. John Holland
General l'r.ictice of
SURGKRY AND MH.DICINK
Including Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose
and Tlun.nl. Telephone 40.
Wise & Ross,
ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W
Will practice In all Courts jf Hie Teltltory, ainl
the Supreme Court of the United htatc.
c. m. i.mn.oNi)
W. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
Ilawalliu, Japjuee, and Clilueie Intirpirtem
miioci and Clilueie tut
1 Nutary I'ulillc in OAicc.
Office: Skvkuaxuk IUui.iunc,
(liposlleCour IIuiik. Hll.O, HAWAII
J. Casti.u Ridc.way Thos. C. Riw.wv
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KlQ Jf WaV CC KldQ'Wayi
Solicitors of 1'ntents Cciiernl Law l'ructlce
Notary l'ublic in Office.
Ol'VICK : Wnlaiiuciiue and IlritlKc Sln:etH
ATTORNHY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs, 1). 1). S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
A. Ii. JACKSON
KIRK AND IJFR INSURANCE
AGENT POR NEW YORK I.IPE
WAIANUENUE STR1H5T. Hll.O
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission ami Ihisiness Agent.
Will Act ns Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents anil Hills Collected..
Olfice with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
BISHOP & CO.
Oahu, H. I.
Transact a iicuer.nl Hanking nun l'.x-
Coinmercia and Traveller's Letters of
Creditissued, available iuallthe principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
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The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Notice is hereby given thai Monday,
July 4U1, being a legal holiday, nil )iillic
offices will be closed on Hint day.
A. 1 C. ATKINSON,
Cntitnl, Honolulu, June 27, 1904. 35-1
All outstanding bills for materials' fur
nished utiil services rendercil in the
peiiod commencing Jnutinry I, 1904, mid
ending June 30th, 1904, must he in this
ii (lice properly certified, if on the island
of OjIiu by July 10th, 1914, if on the
1 other islands, by July 15U1, 1904.
C. M. WIIITH,
Department of l'ublic Works, Honolulu,
T. II., June 28, 1904. 35-2
'CONCRETE ARCH CULVERT
NEAR 3 MILE, KAUMANA
I ROAD, S. HILO, HAWAII.
lVoposils will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
until 12 o'clock of July nth, 1904, for
Constructing a Concrete Arch Culvert
near 3 mile, Kallmann road, District of
S. Ililn, Hawaii, T. 11. ,
l'laus and specifications are on file at
the oil ice ol the Assistant Superintendent
of l'ublic Works, Honolulu, ami with H.
K. Richards, Agent l'ublic Works De
partmenl, llilo, Hawaii, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of 5.00, which sum will be re
turned intending bidder after he has de
posited his bid and iclurued the plans.
1 roposnis uiusi lie suuuiuieii on me
blank forms, which will be furnished bv
the Assistant Sitcriiucndciit of l'ublic
Works, mid enclosed in 11 scaled envel
ope addressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T,H., endorsed "Proposal for Con
crete Arch Culvert near 3 mile Kaumaun
Raul, District of S. Hilo, Hawaii."
lvich proposal must contain the full
I name of the party or parties making the
same and till persons interested therein,
land must be uccotnpaiiied by a certified
I cluck of 5 of the amount of the pro
posal, payable to C. S. Holloway, Super-iuti-lideut
ol Public Woiks.us surety that
if this proposal be accepted a contract
will be entered into.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to leject any or all bids.
L. S. HOLLOWAY,
1 Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June 28, 1904. 35.3
ALEAMAI ABUTMENT AND I
BRIDGE, S. HILO, ;
! HAWAII. I
I Proposals will be received at the office !
1 of the Superintendent of Public Works, ,
until 12 o'clock 111. of July ,sth, 1904, for!
constructing a concrete abutment, a 50'
wooden bridge, and removing present
structure at Aleamai, South Hilo, Ha-
1 waii, T. II.
J PI ins and specifications are on file at
I the office ol the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, and with E.
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i'. ixiuiiuiii.-., .ikiiv ,i-.n iiiinfc w iiiiiiu
Works, Ililo, Hawaii, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of f5.oo, which sum will here -
turned intending bidder after he has de -
posited his bid and returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by I
the Assislaul Superintendent of Public
1 Works and enclosed iu a sealed envelope
.,adressid to Hon C.S. Holloway, Super-
inlendent of Public Works, Honolulu,' T. '
jM endorsed "Prnpo.al for Concrete'
AllIl1, lltm Wooden Ilridge at Aleamai,
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'S. Hilo, Huwaii."
i?,.,ch proposal must contain the full
, of ,,;,. t or ,Mrlil.s lwk, Ull.
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same ami 1.11 persons uueresie.i uiereiii,
and must be accompanied by a certifieil
check of s f the amount of the pro-
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posal, payable to . S. Holloway, Super -
inteudeiit of Public Works, as surety
thai if the proposal be accepted a contract
1 will be entered Into, 1
' No proposal will be entertained unless
' made on the blanks furnished by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public
1 Works uud delivered at the office of the
' Superintendent of Public Works previous
' to 12 o'clcck m. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject anv or alt bids.
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Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June 20 1904, 34.2
No projiosid will lc entertained unless the time set for hearing of the said peti-, f ,, ,, t.,P(,u .,1 TTfiolnln PnrL- inHiiflin.r nn m;i
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ma.e on me ,, aims n.rn s ,e,i ny tne " Vt Conrt at S..nili nVlo. HawaiiTat f Quarter Mile, Half-Mile, Tlirec-lviglul.s Mile, I'ony,
AssistaiitSuperiiitendentoflubhcWorks,,,.,,,,,. ,, ynC(. 1)crsous coll. I Geiitleiuen's Rilling. Japanese and Relay Races.
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inteudeit of Public Works previous to , any they have, why the prayer of the pe- . .,, ,.,, ,
,2 o'clock m. on the day specified. I '"V" MlTI,,M. ol,bB ra'l- ( S:0 l' M--A M "' l'Uo lla Grounds.
INCOME TAX NOTICE.
All persons of law fill age whose income
is 600 or more, nl.-o nil guardians, tius
tees, executors, ndmiiilitrntors receivers
and other ngeiits, and 11N0 all business
corporations are required by law to make
sworn return during the moulh of July
next cif tlnjlr income for the year ending
June 30, 1904. Returns to be made to
the Tax Assessor of the District in which
such person residis, or where such cor
poration is located or does business,
lllanks furnished on application at all
. NX.,C. WIl.l.l'ONG,
Tax Assessor Third Division.
A. J. CAMI'IUJU,.
Wnl cm Notice.
In accordance with Section t of Chap
ter xxvi of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paing water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing June 30, 1904, to December 31, 190 1,
will be due rind tiayable at the office of
the Ililo Water Works on the 1st day of
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid August 15, 1904 (thirty days after
becoming delinquent), are linlile to sus
pension without fuither notice.
Rates are payablt at the office of the
Superintendent Ililo Water Works.
Ililo, June 30, 1904. 34 4
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii ) h'
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit.
At Ciiamiikks In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of J-ACINTIIO
PETITION I'OR ALLOWANCE OP
ACCOUNTS AND PINAL DIS-1
The Petition of R. K. Ilapliste, adin
in- J i
istrator of the estate of Jaciutho Parias.
deceased, having been filed, wherein lie
asks thai his accounts be examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of the properly remaining
lly the Court
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Riix'.wav iS: Rinc.WAV.
Attorneys lor Petitioner. 32-4.
United States of America, )
Territory of Hawaii, f " '
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit.
AT Ciiamiii'.hs In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of AL11ERT
K. NAWAHI, of Hilo, Hawaii, de
ceased. Petition having been filed by Maria A.
Nawahi, widow of the deceased, praying
ii,t 1. 1'nsiii- ui.ii.wMvi,,. M,,.H,it..,i a,i.
ministrator of said estate
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notice is nerenv given tnai 1 ticsii.iv, 1
J the 26th day of July, 1904, at 9 o'clock
in. 111., ih; ituu ucicu in nijM,iiHeu me
nine ior Hearing s.im iietiiiou in me
Courtroom of this Court, at South Hilo.
Hawaii, at which time and place all per-
sons concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have why the nraver
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Hilo, Hawaii, June 30, 1904
; 'v tne pxiEi PORTER Clerk
! liy ChaV Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk
1 Rmc.WAY & Ridc.WAV,
Attorneys for petitioner. 35-3
Notice lo ChmIHoi's.
I United States of Anieiic?
Teintory of Hawaii )
In the Circuit Court of thu Pourth Circuit.
A'.. 11, A .11.1L! TV llll.Xl
In the matter of the Estate of AUGUST
G. SEKRAO, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed have been appointed Executors of
the estate ol August U. .Scrrao 'ol Ililo,
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ii.iwiih, .lecease. .
All creditors of said deceased are here-
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whether secured or unsecured, duly ven-
, fle(i umi wUn roper vouchers, if any. to
, the undersigned, in Hilo, Hawaii, within
si mouths from the first publication of
' this notice, or such claims, if any, will be
1 forever barred. .
JOHN G. SERRAO,
MANUEL G. SANTOS,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Dec. 18, 1903.
RllKIWAV & RlllC.WAV,
Attorneys for Executors. 32-4
Notici'. Neither the Masters nor
, Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con.
! traded by the crew. It. 1'. GUARD,
I Hilo, April 16, 1901, 24.
111 lus nanus to tile persons thereto en-1 i
titled, and discharging him from all fur-1
ther responsibility as such administrator, f
I It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 12th i 1:00
daj of July, 1904, at 9 o'clock 11. in , is I
iiiiU iiititiiiii juiib awv.i i m r . A
HAVE OUTLINED A
. BIG CELEBRATION.
The fourth of July Committees Have Prepared an Elab
orate Program of Races, Sports, Baseball, Oration and
Grand Ball. Preparations Arc, in Progress for a Full
Day of Amusement.
PROGRAM FOR THE FOURTH. i
8:00 A. M. Drill by Company D, National Guard of Hawaii, at f
J Wul Grounds.
9:00 s. M. Literary Kxcrcises nt I'avil'oii. Hotel Grounds.
1'iaycr, . . . Rev. S. L. Desha
Mftsic, .... Hilo Hand
Raiding "Declaration of Independence,"
... . . . Rev. C. IC. Shields
SQtation, . .. ' Hon. C. M. I.e Blond
Music, . . . . ' Hilo Hand
io:oo -A. M. General Sports at Hrughelli Park, lront Street,
i l'not Race, 100 yaids, free for all. l'irst prize, $5.00; second
l;at Mini's Race (200 pounds and over), 100 yatds. Hirst
prize, Whitley exerciser; second prize appropriate present.
V;lieelbarrow Race, acioss field and return, each contestant
wheeling niau across and being wheeled back. I?irst'prize,
$4.00; second prize, $2.00.
liaiiel Race, across field and return.
Jsccond prize, 1.00.
IMys' Race (under 15 years), 150 yards.
st-cond prize, ?2.oo; thiid prize, J'-oo.
Girls' Race (.uiiier(i5 years), 75 yards.
Wcoud piize, $2 00; third prize, $1.00.
"huting Hun" Contest, open to all.
econd prize, $1.00.
Childien's Race (under 10
contestants that make the course.
Sack Race, 100 feet. Hirst prize, $3-5o; second prize, 1.50.
Gi eased Pole Contest. Hirst prize, 2.00; second prize,
knife; third prize, Spaulding league baseball; fourth prize,
, catcher's glove.
Kgg Race (lor girls 16 years and, under), 150 feet. Hirst
l-ize, $2.50; second prize, $1.00.
Stig'ar Killing Contest, open to all. Prize, 1.00.
Three Legged Race, 206 feet. Hirst prize, $3.50; second
Obstacle Race, across field
second prize, ?250.
Hoot Race, one-half mile,
second prize, 2.5o.
Greased Pig, winner takes the
P. M. Raseball: Match
Diamonds, at IIoolulu Park.
The varous committees in charge eai'ly. In the evening, the Dance
of the celebration of the National Committee, consisting of Thos. C.
Hirtlulav. have been assiduously at,Kit,Bway. chairman, John J. Grace,
work andfall week the. carpenters
under Contractor Jas. D
hae with saw, hammer and nails )
been constructing a spacious pa vliion
at the Hotel grounds to be used for
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The decorators will
blunge tomorrow, and lindei
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structure will become aflame with
ntjonai colorB A drill liv
uu- naiioiuti tuiuih. i uuu uj
Pnmi.miv 1). has been iiliiimeil for
1 8 o'clock in the morning to be
1 followed by the literary exercises,
'whidi include an addre'ssMiy Hon.
jClms. M. Lelilond, recitations,
1 solos and patriotic songs by the
chorus and audience. The Llilo
' Hand will lie in attendance all dny
to furnish uiusic at the several
1 features of the day's entertainment.
, The Spoils Committee consisting
ofl'" V" l Vllilr'!'' a 1
1 P. C. Heaiuer, Harry Knells and !
VHWi iMIIIWIIIII Hit t . MV 'IIIVII IIM
elaborate program between 10,
o'clock and noon at Hruglu Hi Park. 1
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As many of the events are designed
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Itll lliu sum tllivi 111111,111:11, iiiic
will be considerable interest dis-
.played iu vi
, ; ,
o'clcck a ill'
iriotts contests. At one
match game of baseball'
between Union Specials and Mack
Diamonds at Honolulu 'Park will be
played and a closely contested game
is anticipated, as the both teams
are out for honors as well as tlie
generous prize offered,
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and all who expect to he present
are requested to be on the grounds
Mrs. J. T. Lewis
Hit st prize, $
Hirst prize, $3.00
Hirst prize, $3.00;
Hirst prize, 2,00;
years), 100 yards.
Prize for nil
and return. Hirst prize,
free for all. Hirst prize,
Game, Union Specials vs. Mack
Aug. Hiunburg and M. G. Santos
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Pavilion at the Hotel grounds.
Carvalho's orchestra will furnish
' ,lu nil,M,c aml refrcshmeiils will be
-"-' lulling uie evening. io
.-muiuu ut iiiii(iioiiiieii wun
I the eiitertaiunient which has been
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provided tor Dy Chairman Holmes
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,nil(l Uk l omlh of Jlll' Committee,
who ,,ave ,,ee ""tiring ill their
n- . . .
U1"US to 1U,,kL the lai' MtCCCSS.
President Appoints Cabinet.
Washington, I"). C, June 24.
The President this morning an
nounced his new Cabinet as follows:
V. II. Moody of Massachusetts,
lormer secretary ot the ivy, to be
Attorney General, vice Knox, re
signed. Paul Morton of Chicago, Secretary
of the Navv.
Congressman V. II. Melcalf of
1 Oakland, California, Secretary
f. 1 -. ,
Commerce and Labor, vice Cortel-
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It is expected that Mr. Cortelyou
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nil in place of Payne when the j
i campaign is closed.
Honolulu, June 28. The trial of
Hrowu vs. Spreckels over the own- i
ership of the Ililo waterfront was ,
tried for three days, and after re-'
inaining out a number 'of hours the
'jry returned not being able to
agree. 1 he case goes over to Sep-
Under Judge Gears nil
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1 remain in possession until abetter
j title be shown.
Liaoyang, June 22. Gen. Kuro
ki's advance is being warmly con
tested by Gen. Kuropatkin's out
posts. Kuroki's moveinentsbetray
a tendency to join Oku. Heavy
rains are prevailing. .
St. Petersburg, Juije 22. A
battle is expected soon. Large
forces are hurrying south from
Liaoyang to prevent the junctionof
Kuroki and Oku.
Chefoo, June 22. It is repotted
that two Russian destroyers have
been sunk at Port Arthur by mines
with a loss of 140 men.
St. Petersburg, June 23. The
Japanese army under Gen. Oku is
advancing northward from Kaichou.
Gen. Kuroki's advance is suspend
ed,, evidently for the purpose of
effecting an alignment of the two
St. Petersburg, Russia, June 24.
It is not expected that General
Kuropatkin will oppose the union
of Uic Japanese armies along his
Mukden, June 24. The Jap
anese have occupied Kaichou. A
decisive battle will take place soon
between the united armies of
Kuroki and Okii and the Russians
Tokio, June 24. Admiral Togo
reports a battle at Port Arthur in
which the Russian battleship Pei
esviet was sunk, and the battleship
Sevastopol and the cruiser Diana
damaged. The Japanese fleet came
out of the action practically unharmed.
Tokio, June 25.
and were repulsed,
suffered slight loss.
St. Petersburg, June 24. The
Japanese vanguard has occupied a
line four miles north of Senuchen, -extending
to the seashore and the
mountains. They are building
foitifications near Kapai pass.
Skirmishes are going on constantly.
Liayang, June 25. The armies
of Kuroki and Oku confront Kuro
patkin in huge force. The tension
is acute and the approach of an
important battle is rendered un
avoidable by the proximity of the
rainy season. ,
Liaoyang, June 26. General
Okti's army is withdrawing. ' The
original intention of General Oku
to join his army with that of Gen
eral Kuroki has apparently been
abandoned. There are reports of
indecisive skirmishes taking place
Tatchekiao, China, June 27.
The Russian forces are assuming
I the offensive against General Oku's
army. It is reported that General
Kurckt is moving 011 Ilaichcng.
St. Petersburg, June 27. The
Japanese have f.vacuated Senuchen
I with the possible object of enticing
Kuropatkin's army south, where it
may be attacked to better advant-
NTrtl Vfll Ttlftr T (ttn 1t.l
of r .: . . . u
rea nun iweivc Docueswererecoveied
yesterday from the wreck of the
General Slocuin. The total re
covered is 845 with 300 missing.
Honolulu, June 23. A. S.
Humphreys and Hrank K. Thomp
son were readmitted to the practice
of law by the Supreme Court this
morning. The order of disbarment
against Mr. Humphreys and of
.suspension for one year against
Thompson were both revoked.
Philadelphia, June 28. The
Haldwin locomotive works are dis
charging ten thousand workmen.
The railway business is declining.
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