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Waimca, Hawaii, June 25. The
executive authority of the Parker
ranch is in commotion. Since the
inception of the Parker ranch it
lias always had two owners,
members of the Parker family.
At the present time, tlley are the
Hon. Samuel Parker and Miss
Thelma K. Parker, who secured
her interest by the will of the late
John P. Parker, senior, her great
graiidttiiclc, the will wording her
as the legal issue of John P. Parker,
Jr., son of Sam Parker, Sr. Mis?
Thelma Parker, being a minor, is
represented by her trustee, Alfred
W. Carter. With the consent of
both owners, Mr. I'red. Carter has
for the lust three or four years been
acting manager. Now the court
in Honolulu on the application of
Mr. John S. Low, a eotnin, has
appointed him as guardian ud litem
to Miss A. T. K. Parker in place
of A. W. Carter.
On the afternoon of June 7th
the atmosphere was thick with
wireless telegrams, preparing he
roes for the coming strife on the
Parker ranch between the old and
newly appointed managers.
Interest was now, getting deep
and excitement great. All Waimca
held its breath with suspense and
lingered with its ears glued to the
telephone. In the small hours of
the following morning, Wednesday,
the forces of the respective parties
were strongly in evidence waiting
anxiously for the first arrival from
Kawailiae landing place. In the
meantime down at Kawailiae wharf
the Kinau had scarcely come to
anchor when Alfred Carter sprang
into the first boat and got ashore
accompanied by his attorney, H.
H Cooper, and S. Leslie of the
Honolulu police force. Here a
carriage being in waiting conveyed
j them quickly up to the office well
ahead of the new manager, E. P.
T.niv jinil vvpre nlile to take nrw-
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session wiuioiu opposition, wiieu
(some hours or so later, Mr. Low ac-
compauied by his attorney, Mr.
Light foot, arrived they found the
the office closed against them and
the old manager strongly in pos
session of the fort.
On Thursday, the 9th instant,
A. W. Carter went over to Kailua
and obtained an injunction, for
bidding any further interference
with the ranch on the part of the
new manager. At this period cer
tain announcements appeared on
1 the valls of Kawailiae, Waimea
and other places, informing all and
I sundry that Eben P. Low is mana
'ger. I A few days later another addition
to the new governing officials of
the ranch was made by the appoint-
I ment of 'Mr. Conuaut as receiver to
j the ranch which appointment after
'some dispute, was com firmed by
j the newly appointed Judge for the
; Third Circuit.
The ranch office is now crowded
, with attorneys,
I .1.1 1
ants, bookkeepers, and a
Mr. Low seems to have abandoned
1 all effort of sumtnarv possession of
! the managership and the work of
the ranch continues as formerly.
All questions will now be settled in
I tjie courts in Honolulu land quiet-
j ne.ss prevails on the ranch. The
1 last evidence of excitement dis-
appeared on Saturday, the 25th
litist., by the departure of the -last
I batch of witnesses. The day be
fore Mr. Carter, accompanied his
1 ward, Miss A. T. K. Parker, and
I her mother, Mrs. Fred Knight, to
I Honolulu, where they will reside,
j to attend the hearing of the case.
Mr. Knight also accompanied
his family. The same boat took
' Attorney Arthur Wilder and others
who went as witnesses. The list
included Manager Forbes of the
I Kukuihaele plantation, Manager
iGibbsof the Paauhau plantation,
and Bookkeeper S. M. Spencer and
Head Luna John Lindsey of the
j Parker ranch. Bulletin.
New York, June 28. The co-
loner's jury iu its verdict on the
, Slocutn disaster censured tle offi-
cersof the steamer and the directors
tit the company. Warrants have
been issued lor their arrest for man
Arrived In the Aliimrilit ItHimilnic
"Yes, while at home in Ohio on
a visit I descovcrcd I was a candi
date for the Hilojudgcship. I kick
ed up as much dust as t could but
was flagged by Roosevelt and Car
ter, as I was pulling into the quarter
stretch. I saw Parsons finishing
strong. I have nothing to say
about the outcome further than to
express my confidence iu the
character and ability of Judge Par
sons. I appreciate the efforts iu
my behalf made by friends in Hono
lulu and on Hawaii."
So spoke Homer L. Koss, who
returned from the mainland in the
Alameda today, and goes lo his
home iu Hilo by the next Kinau.
Mr. Ross visited Washington, St.
Louis and Chicago and a number of
other cities while at home.
"In Washington I saw Dr.
Cooper, said Mr. Koss, "aim am
sure that his mission to the Capitol
has proved eminently successful.
He has received a great amount of
attention from the leading men iu
the medical fraternity and interested
the Treasury Department officials
iu the leper problem 'in Hawaii.
"Secretary Shaw of the Treasury
asked many questions about Hawaii
and said that his son, who had just
returned, had seen 'the elephant'
and that he would like to come
down for a season himself.
"One thing most obvious was the
implicit confidence placed in
Governor Carter by the officials iu
all the Departments as well as the
man who wears the spectacles at
the White House. I take it as a
safe proposition to make, that what
ever is done in Washington relative
to the Hawaiian Islands, especially
by the President, has the O. Kr.
stamp of the Governor of Hawaii
As to times in the States, Mr. Ross
said: "I hear people complaining
of hard times in Hawaii but they
would feel better about it if th?y
would make a trip across the con
tinent. They would be glad enough
to get buck to Hawaii. The rail
roads are making onlythose exten
sions which necessity requires.
The big corporations are cutting
expenses wherever possible. Whether
it be attributable tothe pending-Presidential
campaign or not, the long
era of prosperity, taking the coun
try iu general, shows wavering
Worry Kills Men.
New York, In an article under
the caption "The Injustice of
Vacations," the Independent quotes
Russell Sage to the effect that he
never has taken a vacation iu his
life; that the "vacation habit is the
outgrowth of abnormal or distorted
business methods and that a man
is less fitted to do good work for
his employer after two weeks rest
each year than he was before.
"When I was a boy," said the
veteran financier, "the practice
was not iu vogue. During the
eighty-lhree years of my career, I
have not once taken a vacation.
As a matter of fact I was so glad
to get a chance to learn the bus
iness that the idea of asking my
employer to make me a present of
two weeks of the time that belong
ed to him would have been pre
posterous. Besides, I was eager to
advance in business.
"Is it not absurd to suppose that
a man can in two weeks recuperate
from the wear and tear of a year's
work? On the contrary, I have
too often observed that men will,
while on their vacations, make in
roads upon their vitality and purses
that cannot be repaired in the
following eleven months and two
"A man should work 'easy,' be
economical of his time,
his forces and not worry. It's Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
worry and not work that make , which proved so effective and so
the hair gray. If I had a thous- prompt that I came to rely exclu
and tongues I'd preach 'save time' jsively upon it, and what also hap
with them all. It's infinitely more I pily surprised me was that while it
valuable than money." 1 almost instantly relieved the cramps
--. I and stopped the diarrhoea, it never
Indianapolis, June 30. Geo. W. caused constipation. I always take
Carroll of Texas U the Prohibition- J a bottle of it with me when t ravel -ist
nominee (for Vice-President on j ing'. H. C. Hakt.man, Auamosa,
the ticket with Silus Swallow of Iowa, U. S. A. For sale by the
Peim. . I Hilo Drug Co.
Honolulu, July i. The conunis- j
sions of Chief Justice W. F. Freur, I
Alfred S. Hartwcll and V. M.l
Hatch, constituting the J-'unrcmej
Court of the Territory of Hawaii, j
and Chas. F. Parsons, Mntthewmau I
and Hardy, Circuit judges, were
received from Washington in the ,
Coptic's mail. They are "recess'
commissions" extending only to
the end of next session of Congros. )
The appointments will be submitted
to the United States Senate at next
session for confirmation and when
confirmed new commissions will be
issued extending to the end of" the
four-year term. This is the Federal
practice regarding appointments the
Constitution requires the President
to make with the advice and con
sent of the Senate. Under the Re
public of Hawaii, having a similar
provision as to recess appointments
being until the end of next session
of the Senate, commissions in re
cess were issued for the full terms
of the offices and remained iu force
when the appointments were con
firmed. New commissions were
only required when the Senate
failed to confirm appointments.
Mnny Lepers ht Aiuerlra.
New York, June 28. The state
ment that there are 2000 lepers in
the United States startled the Pres
byterian ministers at their meeting
resen ly. It was made by John
Jackson of London, Kuglaud, who
is the organizing secretary of the
mission to lepers iu India and the
Fast. He has begun a tour of the
principal cities oMhe union iu the
interest of his organization.
Jackson explained that the lepers
of the United States are largely
confined to the extreme southern
states and the Pacific Slope, and
that, although there is little fear of
the disease spreading to other sec
tions, it is important to keep it
down in the sections infected.
In his address, which treated es
pecially of the work of the mission
in the East, he said there arc fully
1,000,000 lepers iu India, China and
Japan, the number including all
cases, incipient and advanced. The
mission provides homes, asylums,
food and shelter for them.
"I got off the Olaa train this
morning," said Mr. Furneaux, and
being iu no hurry I began moraliz
ing on the actions and probable
character of three men who had
just alighted ahead of me. The
first one was even, than halfway up
Waianuetiue Street and was going
on with such rapid strides that he
had already put a couple of hund
red yards between himself and the
next man. There, thought I, goes
I a hustler, a man who's bound
to succeed in life. The second
man was walking rather slower,
and impressed me as one who
would do fairly well, perhaps, in
this world. But the last fellow
was just dawdling along iu the
m o.st shiftless sort of way. I very
quickly set him down as a loafer.
Just then another idea came
home to me. All three were ahead
June 22. The list of known
dead, which had reached 846 up to
2 o'clock this morning, steadily in
creased since that hour. Before
daylight twelve more bodies had
been taken from the river and
nearly every succeeding hour added
to the total.
Chronic Diakkhoisa. For sev
eral years during the summer
months I have been subject to
looseness of the bowels, which
quickly ran into a very bad diarr
hoea and this trouble was frequently
accompanied with severe pain and
cramps. I used to call on doctors
for tn J trouble, but it became st
regular a .summer afllictiou that in
ray search for relief, I became ac-
quaitited with Chamberlain's Colic,
Built Me Up
ll.ivn you hiian 1117 Am ymt s'ill
wuak tiiul ilisijourujjod? On not "t
s'H'iinlli lis fust us ynil think )int
should ' Then tuko :i od tiiuli,
siiintitliliij; th.it will aid your dic
tion mid hitlld you up quickly.
Itiro l a letter from Mr. it. Ilirllmlotnmr,
.lr , Mt. Tiprti'in,S'i,Autr.illi, HiiuIm:iiiIi
" Wtrr a cry noTPraattJck of rli'iimatln
fever I w.n let t In a very weaUeiiiiilitinii u
w.n rciruil Hi it 1 nulla nut ixmllm pull
tlirmurli, 1 11111I1I ft no help Irniu unv
iiimIIiiiiix, I feci mini tli.it tuili'KS ilii'ii'li 11I
luvn reititvrett. Hut n Irleml of nilnftlJVt
tnlo-n Ayer's H.irJarltU uml knew nit u,
splcmllil touln It wai. Ho lie ureil Me lo Irv
It. I ran imw truthfully say that I felt hotter
een after tlw llrlclo". Itnoemeil to liulltl
lue rlxlitiii from tliu very mart, and In a
ti w weeks my recovery wu-i complete."
Tliern are nuuy Imitation Sunuparltla.
llo uro jou jfofAyer'n,"
I'roinptly corrcet any tomleiiey to constl
patlonir IiIIIoimiiom. Ajer'ni'llIfaroBugar
i.o.itud, e.uy to Ulte, lullj In action.
Vltpitti by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell. Mtu., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
l"'ii a 1: 1 u mho Just at tint tliux I cmii.l mr
Iu effect July I, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
A.M. P.M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
7:00 2:301V Hilo 11 r 9:35 6:00
7:20 2:50nr...01aa Mill...nr 9:20 5:40
7!30 -flnoar Kenan ar 9:15 5:30
17:45 3:2sUr... I'ernilac...ar 9:00 5:10
H:oo 3:3oar..Mouut. V'v..ur 8:45 4:50
8:15 4:inar..01eilMood...lv 8:30 4:30
A.M. P.M.) SUNDAY. A.M. P.M.
8:00 3:ooilv Hilo nr 10:40 5:40
S:20 3:20 ar... Olaa Mill... ar io:.'5 5:25
8:3 2'i or Keaatt ar 10:15 5:15
S:45 3:45 ar... Iferndale...nr 10:00 5:00
9:00 4:00 ar..Moiint. V'w.ar 9:45 4:45
9:15 4:15 ar... Glenwood...lv 9:30 4:30
A.M. FOR PUNA I p.m.
10:30 lv Hilo nr 1 3:50
10:50 ar...01aa Mill...ar 3:30
11:20' ar..Pahoa Juuc.ar 3:00
1:140) ar Pahoa ar 2:40
12:00 nr..Palto.i Juncar 2:20
12:20 ar Puna lv 2:00
a.M ' Sunday. p.m.
9:00) lv Hilo ar 4:50
9:20 ir,..OIaa Mill...nr 4:30
10:05 ar..Pahoa June.....' 4:00
10:25 ar I'.ihoit' ar ., 3:40
10:45 ar..P.iho.i Jtlncar 3.20
11:05 tr Puna lv' 3:00
Excursion tickets between nil points
are sold on b.ilnntnys and Mimlays, good
returning, until th'e following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, mid
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
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We cutty Mich 1111 extensive
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any one ns lo iiiulity and price.
The inexpensive cameras tin reallv
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Draught Doer 10 Cents
Whcu you need a. drink call
at the KEYSf ONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
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BKinnit St. - II11.0, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St.. Hii.o, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fine Fat Turkeys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In acoonlutice with the rules oi the Si
tioiml hoard ofl'ire Unilerwriteis.
A cotunlelH stool: of
Fixtures, Simile, Table, llnl uml Dfkt
Lumps, elc, aluay.s on Imiul.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, hwivel Iraine, 8
Sowing Machino Motor 20
I'owerfor openiliiiK theni fi a mouth
Installation churi'il extra.
Usliuuites rurnislieil on all cl.ts'es ol
Electrical Work anil Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
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Ilnmlleaml Store JIAUtiAME
126 KINC ST. HONOLULU
l'lione, Main 5