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ICONCRETE ARCH CULVERT
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ROAD, S. HILO, HAWAM.j
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of tin- SuiH-riiitciKlf lit of Public Works,
until 12 o'clock of J til v nth, 1904, (or
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Works, and enclosed in n sealed envel
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The Superintendent reserves the ritjht
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Honolulu, June 2S, 1904. 35.3
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J fied that the water rates for the lermeiid
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United States of America, )
Territory of Hawaii, )' '
In the matter of the IMaie of AI.HHRT
of Ililo, Hawaii, de-
Petition having been filed liy Maria A.
' Nnwalu, widow of the deceasLil, praying
ithalj. Castle Ri.lgway be appointed Ail-
imiiistr.ilor of Mini estate.
Notice is htrebv given that Tiiesdiy.
the afitli day of ji.lv, 190L t 9 o'clock
a. 111., he and heieby is a)poiiited tile
time lor heating said petition in the
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cause, 11 any uu-y nave, wiiy tue prayer
of said pel Hum should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii. June 30, 190).
llv the Court:
DANII5L PORTF.R, Clerk,
liy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk
KlIHlWAV & RlDOWAV,
Attorneys for petitioner. 35-3
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AS OBSERVED IN HILO
Bright Weather Brings Out Large Crowd Egyptian Princess
Wins .All Her Raccs-?Dixic Land a Disappointment
Monsarrat's Horses a Surprise Hon. Chas. M. LcBIond
Gives the Oration of the Day The Literary Exercises
and Sports Were Features of the Day Railroads Win
From Union Specials by 7 to 5 Grand Ball in Evening.
Although the we ither on Satnr-t. nud the tennis up town, they did
duy nnd Sunday did not poiteud not draw a very large crowd,
much Rood luck for the following' The three-eighths mile race was
' Fourth, the day opened up early , between Defender and So So, Frank
with blue skies and radiant sun- S. and Philip being scratched, and
shine. Throughout the smiling was won by Defender in 138, with
day Old Sol held sway, and the So Source .second. Kauluhinaiio
clouds as ihey appeared above the won the one-half mile Hawaiian
horizon went flying awny .or were bled race from Kagtime in 1:00.
dissipated under his fiery heat. The one-half mile pony race was
The day was hot, and made one won in 1:00 by Sweet Pea, Nigger
really think it was the Glorious , and City Hoy coming in second and
Fourth that he was celebrating, (third.
Save for a single fire cracker now The Fourth brought forth a large
and then, or a distant boom of a crowd, the gtand stand being n
small-boy's cannon, the Fourth was I galaxy of varied colors, and the
comparatively quiet. The flying I paddock containing .several swell
flags, and the magnificent display equipagse.
of bunting on the various business First race, three-eighths mile, free
houses and about several private for all, purse $75.
dwellings, indicated that we werei 1. Philip, F. llrughelli.
celebrating the 128th annivers-nry of
our nation's birth. There was a
certain feeling of satisfaction felt by
all. as amid the luxuiiant waimth
of the day, they could look out over
the cool expanse of ocean, with the ,
smnv caps 0f Manna Kea nt their
rear, and see the swaying palms
playing in the cool breeze, and '
know that they were in the land of
liberty with the stars anil stripes
floating over all. There was in-
deed a gathering of the clans, and
Ililo can feel saUly proi d that they
gave our friends from Kohala, from
Hatnakua and from other districts,
a good time during the few days
they remained among us.
The day opened with a parade of
the militia and band, followed by a
drill by Cpmpany I), National
Guard of Hawaii. The company,
under the efficient instittctiou of
Captain Fetter, presented an excel-
lent display, and showgood training.
run i.iTiiRAKY kxhrcishs.
At 9:00 a. m. Rev. S. L. Desha
oneiied the liternrv exercises witli'
waver. The hotel pavilion was
crowded from end to end. and a
I large crowd was thronged out on
' il,r. lawns to bear the n.ilriotic ad-
'dresses nntl to join in singing the
national airs. Following Mr. Desha
the Ililo Hand gave a patriotic selec-
tion in their usual characteristic and
artistiestyle. Rev. Curtis V.. Shields
read "The Declaration of I tide-
peiulence" with emphasis and dig-
nity. Just before Hon. Chas. M.
i LcBIond was introduced a ciuar -
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itette. coiisistuiir o Mrs. Lewis,
I'ili,10C II:,l''li. Mr- W-
, 15t'ers illul A- ll- J'-ksoii sang
Mr. l.eHlond's speech
was eloquent and humorous, being
punctuated with bursts of applause
and lisalsof InURlltcr. lie showed
, iii some very funny anecdotes, how
America ui n.ssiinilated all the ua-
, lions of hurope in her grand make-
We regret our inability to give
the text of his speech.
The crowd withdrew amid the
music of Carvalho's band. The
exercises were very excellent and
were thoroughly enjoyed by all
One of the principal features of
the celebration were the races held
i" t"c seconu .1110 louriii, miner tue
1 anspices of the Volcano Stables et
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liiiispwi union s-uiupaiiy, ,u Jioo-
inluP.uk. The events of Saturday
consisted of thiee races, bill on ac
count of the threatening weather
s. Defender, A. G. Kullberg.
3. Frank S., Chr. Cnstendyk.
4. S $o, W. G. Walker.
So So; with Opiopio up, won the
race in .38, Fiank S .second and
Defender third. Defender appeared
to be pulled and was way behind,
while Frank S. seemed to be out of
bis cUT.C-oujitlerablc excitement
was caused by the showing made
by Defender, and upon appeal to
tbe judges of the track Defender
was declared pulled by his jockey,
Harry Moto.- The judges fined the
jockey $25 and ruled him off the
track for one year. Harry claimed
that his saddle became loose and
admitted that he pulled the horse in
order to -ave himself,
Second race, one-half mile, free
for all, purse $75.
1. G. II. H., Julian Monsarrat.
2. So So, W. G. Walker.
3. Egyptian Piincess, John
The good showing made by G.
IL ,u- n Hawaiian-bred horse,
nK',ilwl lhc well-bred California
1m-s. was the surprise not only of
lhe l'u'c, but also of the owner
uereol, Julian Monsarrat. She
''lushed in the bunch, with Fgyp-
lian I'riucess first, So So second,
U1C' r!U-e '"-'"'K n"' 5i.
Third race, Hawaiian bred, one-
''"If '"'l-', purse 75.
' G. 11. R., Julian Monsarrat.
Alice I,., A. Homer,
3- Kauluhinaiio, Julian Monsar-
1 Came in in ja bundi, G. II. R.,
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wiui mirniigame onuon. winninc
i" .'53X5, Knuliihiimuo second.
i-ouriii race, pony race, one-half
mile, purse $75.
Olna Girl, John Lino.
Lillian Russell, Volcano Sta
Queen, W. J. Stone.
4. Nigger, Dida.
5. City Hoy, G. Lin book.
6. Sweel Pea, Robert Forbes.
Won in iSjj by Nigger, with
Sweet Pea a close .second,
Fifth race, one mile and one-quar-
ter, purse $75.
1. Defender, A. G. Kullberg.
2. Dixie Laud, J. T. Moir.
Kgyptian Princess scratched.
Won easily by Deleuderin 2:io,
with Dixie Land way behind.
hixtlt race, Japanese race, one-
half mile, purse $7 s
2. Miss Tpkio
Won by Nigger, with Miss Tokio
a length behind. Time, 1:01.
Seventh race, three-quarter mile,
1. Dixie Land, J. T. Moir.
2. Kgyptinn Princess, John
3. Defender, A. 0. Kullberg.
So So scratched.
Kgyptian' Princess, with Claude
liurliugamc up, won in 1:18, with
Defender, Clarence up, n close .sec
onp. Dixie Land again lagged
Kighth Race) gentlemen's riding
race, one-half mile.
1. Iliriuiiigliam on top.
2. Manuel Morris on top.
Hiiniiughaui easily won out, and
has one, leg in on the Volcano Sta
bles Cup, which is to be won three
times by the same rider. Ronald
Kennedy has one leg in from last
Ninth race, relay, three miles,
t. De Mntlos.
2. John Fereriro.
Kach horse wasridden.twice, and
the race was easily won by De Mat
tos. SPORTS AT-llKUr.HKI.LI PARR:
One bundled yards dash: A. P.
Watson, tst prize, $5.00; P. Kspin
da, 2d, $2.50.
Fat men's race, 100 yards: C.
Cunha, 1st prize, Whitcley Kxer
ciser; L. I). Iirown, 21I, $1.00.
Wheelbarrow race: II. Mottaand
A. Wntsou, 1st, $3.00; Kelean and
Crossman, 2d, $2.00.
V Harrel race: Kspinda, 1st, $2.00;
Nahiwa, 2d, $1.00.
Hoys' race, under 15 years: Chas.
I.ytnan, 1st, $3.00; Harry Moto,
2d, $2.00; Kanino, 3d, 1.00.
Girls' race, unib-r 15 years: Km
ma Williams, 1st, $3.00; Miss Hor
ner, 2d, 2.00; Jennie Williams, 3d,
1.00; Miss Helbush, 4H1, 25c.
"Fating Hun" Contest: Hilly
Thomas, 1st, ?2.oo; Sam Smith,
Children's race, under 10 years:
Johnnie Moniz, 1st, $1.00.
Sack race: Tom Nahiwa, tst.,
?3-5; Chas. Hento, 2d, $1.50.
Kgg race: Pauline Correa, 1st,
$2. 50; Christine MacVictor, 21I,
Sugar eating contest: Jose Fran
cisco, tst, $1.00; Arthur Hento, 2d,
Three-legged race, 200 feet: De
Mello and Correa, 1st, $3.50; Ks
pindo and Hento, 2d, Si. 50.
Obstacle race: Cressmnu, tst,
$5.00; Frank Hento, 2d, 2.50.
One-half mile race: A. Lyman,
1st, $7.50; A. P. Watson, 2d,
Greased pole: Hering, 1st, $2.00.
The great game during the few
days of celebration took place at
Iloolulit Park, between the Hilo
Railroads and the Union Specials,
f'ir the $50 purse. Cunha of Ho
nolulu on fust base and Kspinda of
Maui in left field added very ma
terially to the strength of the Spe
Vannatta in center field did
the best . work for the Specials.
Medeiios was good, striking out
three men, but he was hit ofteuer
than Williams of the Railroads,
who had four scalps in his belt
Kspinda's mis's of a left field fly in
the early p.ut of the game gave the' Attorney Knoch Johnson by Judge
Railroads a good start, as it landed 1)e 1,olt' T1,e Uvo mcn wcre C01'
one home and put a man on third j dieted by a jury 011 the charge of:
and another on second. The Rail- j conspiracy in the first degree, the
road showed excellent playing, : -specific offense having been the ob
Nahhva making some excellent tabling or 312.56 the Territory's
thiows from third and Green doing ' money under false vouchers signed
line base work at second. George i '' Kumalae and presented by
Pnhio of the Railroads made three Johnson.
runs dining the game, striking a
two-bagger in the third inning.
Ragsdale of the Specials also scored
a two-bagger. . No home run or
game, showing that the teams were
pretty evenly matched.
The score was:
R. R 301 1001 1 7
I'liion Specials.. .31 too 11 o o o 5
Saturday's game nt the park was
Moheatt 3 0002 o o 11 5
l'oiiohawai 0 o o o o o o o o 11
Sunday's games resulted as fol
lows: Union Specials.... 24 1 50000 4 iG
Wn in kea Socials.. 11 t 1000 o o 2 4
(liinmei ,-,'( 410010 1 10
Rainbow 1 1041400 11
ORAM) HA LI. AT 1IOTKI. PAVILION.
The crowning feature of the day
was the dance given in the evening
at the Pavilion by the Committee.
Notwithstanding the fact, that the
rain came down in bttckelsful, the
ardor of Hilo's many guests was
not in the least dampened. It was
i a gala crowd that floated about to
the rhythmic music of Carvalho's
orchestra. The rough and wooden
strttctttie had been transformed into
a perfect bower of loveliness, a
dream in fairy laud, under the
attistic hands of Mr. James Morris.
Stringsof variegated lights'stretched
from corner to ' corner, fi stopns of
maili, iaia and ferti, and streamers
of red, while and blue caught from
the center, made a beautiful picture.
Hefore the grand march started at
9:00 o'clock there wasn't a vacant
seat in the auditorium. Under the
Floor Committee's supervision the
evening passed by very quickly.
Mr. Geo. N. Day, W. S. McLenu
and A. II. Jackson acted in this
capacity, and endeavored to see that
the out-ol-town guests were made
acquainted. The Patronesses re
ceived during the early pari of the
evening. They were Mrs. Chas.
Fuineaux, Mrs. J. A. Scott. Mrs.
P. Peck, Mrs. Jules Richardson,
Mrs. J. T. Moir, Mrs. G. W. A.
Hapai, Mrs. N. C. Willfong am
Mrs. J. II. Maby. Refreshments
of ice cream, sherbert and cakes
were served late in the evening, and
proved very refreshing to those who
had enjoyed the exhilarating exer
cise of dancing. The dance was. a
fitting final to the great success of
Miss lloiner Tennis Champion.
Honolulu, July t. The contest
between Miss Kthel Horner and
Mrs. S. G. Wilder for the cham
pionship of the Terriiory, was a
rare test to the large audience of
enthusiasts who follow this splendid
game of skill. Roth ladies were in
fine condition for the mrtch, as was
clearly evidenced by the persever
ance with which every point was
played; and it is doubtful if the
quality of tenuis shown has ever
been equaled in tbe islands. While
Miss Horner won in straight sets,
the play was much more even than
the score indicates. The ladies
showed their mastery of the game
in the hard, low returns that passed
over the net twenty times in several
rallies before the decisive point was
gained. The score was 7-5, 0-3, 6-i
in favor of Miss Homer. This is
the third time in succession she has
won the island championship and
she now Ileitis tbe cup as a per-
One yeai's imprisonment at hard
labor, and a fine each equal to half
the costs of the prosecution, was
the punishment meted nut to both
Representative Jonah Kumalae and
New London, Conn., July 1.
The great varsity race was won
today by the Yale crew by 11 mar-
gin ol seven lengtns. lime 2i:.ioj.. ,
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mined by Harold
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