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HAWAII, I'UIDAV, JULY 15, 1904.
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JULY 15, tyo.i.
Knteitd ntthc PoMotlice at Hilo, lln-
Willi, IIS ICCOIld'ClllNS Ill.'lttC)
1'UIII.IHIIKI) ItVltHV I'KIIMV.
J. CASTi.it Kiix'.way Kdilor
I). W. Maksm ltnsliuw Manager.
tiinstiH'ise. The Democrats under
In ttlnn fM n mtivltlt Ctyrtn lt rrtl ' '
Itciul with, mid Hint is nil tlic morc!''''''' ''''. mid Kx.Scnnlor imvA
n.-iumi tvtiv Mm Un.utbltnntiu lififl . for Prrs. Illld . P.
better work while they wnit The
Young Men's Republican Club,
The fact lhat Hilo has a vncnnt
hotel which is closed down sliotild
tint ilnlpr invtx.tm-4 in tilnrtnt' tltrir 1 TlIK mail who said Hilo is IlOt
money in n project that would up- 'nwake was by general consent in
build the town and btiiiR a good re-; thtlgiiiB the pastimeof a dreamer,
turn upon the money expended. If memory serves correctly it was
to Orovcr Cleveland,
St. Louis, July 9, The Dcuiocrnlic
N'utloiml Convriitloti nciuhled will)
tl,... M.- rlMul .1... ..-... .
, . , ., . e ..I "ii. ,iiiiini viiitk an iiiu licriiimieiii
having taken over the reins of power cjMrinaM
from the older generation, should, A .len.onstrntio.i followed the chair-
wield its scepter and prove that it
is indeed the young man that counts
now-n-days, by launching the poli
tical ship during the calm, and with
an' early statt sailing in through
the storm to victory.
Hrynii was but
dlcallng tlmt til
absolute control nml foreslmdnwini' tlie
nomination of Alton II. Parker.
The (ionveiilioti iiiluilttcil the dele
Kniiiil l'ud minder llrlil for (iriind
Honolulu, July t Levi 1'. Kan-
San l'rnucNco, July
port orChaitipen'co, htm
slroyed bv n evcloue. .
hoe, cliargcd with cmbc7.7.hng 1891
of federal funds as postmaster at
Knpan, Kauai, was examined by
U. S. District Attorney Dunne he
fore U. S. Commissioner Judd this
United Slates of America f
Territory of lliiwnii ps
London, July S. .Mrs. Mnybiuk ilntheCirciiitCoiiri of the I'ouiih Circuit.
will be released 011 tiekcl-oMenve at uiamiikks.
(JKIIIHl l'OK ri',CIAi; TI'.KM.
Defining it essential to the iiroiuoiiim
London, fitly to. It is rci'ort'd "' justice, I hereby tinier that A Special
,., .., ,, .. . i .. , , , rerin of the Circuit Court of the I'ontll
.1. . - .! IM . I . I 1 ItTIIII ifi Mil- V.III.IIII V.llli .11 llli' I'tUI
that auti-Lliristiaii riots have bro-, citciilt be hehl in the Court House
morninir and committed to llie ens
.IlKhtly nppliuiiled, I.,. J tody of the Marshal in clefauU fke. out eighty-five miles west ofj HK .. yigtatay the .
e conscrvaiives were lit IJ4000 liail, to await the action of -'"-''" I o'clock in the forenoon of Mill day ami
the next Federal Grand lurV ' 1? u "' V '".,"?y lo, "n ."".. ""n
Octber 10. Postoffice Inspector, To SllippiM'S.
Kates from Potto Rico to scalH on Hie ! 1'rniik llnrc, U.S. Marshal Hen-
1 floor, but rcfuseil rejiresenintion for the dry and the sureties on Kntihoc's
Philippines. The credentials report led bonds as postmaster,' appeared as
to a contest in uvor or tlie regular "H- witnesses. AH tostlfifd tt.nl ITnn.
nois dcleuHliou. Will. J. llryan wns'dc , , , - i .
feated, by a vote of 647 to L 1,0C hnrt ffctcd " explanation of
Our last hotel was not closed be
cause there were no tourists or
guests to patronize it, nor because
it might not have been a paying
proposition. It was1 either the
gt nsping disposition of the landlord
or his lack of interest in the wel
fare of Hilo that foiced the last
tenants to withdraw at the expira
tion of their lease. t Had an addi
tion been built to accommodate the
large transient trade, and certain
Governor Carter who spoke of Hilo
as a town with good American
sentiment and plenty of energy.
Ilatuiikua has been blessed with a good
rain. There have been 6.60 inches al
ready this month.
The Parker Ranch Company are still
doing business under the Carter manage
ment. There is going to he a grand concert in
the Ilamakiia I.vceum on the 2td insl.
other necessary improvements been ( .Mrs. . Hordes is making every effort to
made by the Spreckels, the hotel mike it a success.
might now be running in full blast. " Mr- c- Grei' ",ct w,lM n" "ident
That we are in great need of a i" l'' ,oll1,1i,,s,, "fc Rntl,IJWI1 a,,a ,,i"1
. , 1 his left collar Ixme fractured,
hotel, however, was very apparent Mr AJ WaUi ,lea, ,uim for R Krent
during the 4th of July week, when many years on Honokaa plantation, has
Hilo was crowded with people from, j accepted a similar tiosition on. Olaa plan
all sections and districts, lvvery Nation. We wish the Watts success in
day or so we see several new bm 'U'cir new ....dertaking.
, ... , . T. 1 . . ! The fourth of Julv passed oft pleas-
familiar faces from Honolulu and ant)y , n,)llokn,,. There was n good
the other Islands, and every Kinau 1 program of sports. Mr. Judd or Wnia-
firings a great number of tourists, uiea went home smiling. He captured
It is true the tourist at present of te purses' in the horse races e.x-
l,rr!,.u ,l..l,t ilirmicrtt in tl. Vl. ceptiug the consolation phrse, for which
cauo, but that cannot be taken as
All freight.sent lo ships by our launches
will be charged.to sllipix'ts unless accom
panied by n written order from the cap
tains of vessels.
30I f R. A. M'CAS : CO.
an evidence of what he might do if
of tourists that are turned back by
the Honolulu knocker, who has no
compunction of feeling in reminding
the would-be traveler to our shores
that there is no pillow to rest his
aching iuau head upon when he
reaches Hilo. Let there be a
hotel started in our midst, let the
Hoard of Trade call the tourists at
tention to the natural beauties
about us, and then let us feel a
sense of satisfaction in watching
the tourists linger in our midst.
he could noi enter. The success of the
day's .sports were largely due to Oeorge
Kaiser, Charley Grey and K. Miles, who
ire was a respectable hotel here worked hard to make it pleasant for
sides, think of the great number everybody. There were $140 given out
in prues, which is not so uan lor iiouo
kaa. You can always count 011 the good
Americans of Ilamakua when it comes to
The cave hunter and Irish counsel
called on Prank Johnson last week at
Pinker was nominated at 6 o'clock this
morning on the first ballot and a scene of
wild enthusiasm followed. The follow
ing were put in iioniliuttion: Parker,
Hearst, Olncy, utiles, Cockrell, Gray and
Wall. The platform, which was adopted
without debate, ignores the money ipics
tion. When the ballot was taken the
Parker vote reached 658, or nine short of
the two-thirds vote, when the motion
was carried to make the nomination un
animous before the vote could be announced.
St. Louis, July 9, Henry G.Davis of
West Virginia, aged 8j, whs nominated
for Vice-President over Turner of Wash
ington and Williams of Illinois on the
first ballot. Hawaii voted fi.r Turner.
Springfield, III., July 6. The Populists
have nominated Thomas Watson of
Georgia for President and Thomas 'frib
bles of Nebraska for Vice-President.
New Vork, N. W.JuIy 6. The Na
tional Convention of the Socialist-Labor
party at its session here today nominated
G. II, Corcdon of New York for Presi
dent' and William Cox of Illinois for
Tuesday, July 12: S. S. "Arizonan,"
William Lyons, Master, with 54 crew, for
Delaware Ilreakwater for orders, with
cargo of sugar and general merchandise.
the shortage, that he had said he
knew nothing of how his accounts
in the money order department had
coins to he behind. Inspector Hare
discovered the shortage on June
15, Katihoe was appointed post
master in January, 1 902. The
Government is securcd-against the
loss by the joint note of Kntihoc's 1
father and a prominent Kauai Chi
uese. penalty provided under bee-1
tion 4046, Revisen Statutes is from ! Notice is given that, there will be a
six moiiihs to ten years imprison-1 meeting of the Third Precinct Republi
ment and a fine equal to u,e : cnu Chtl. of tlic I'lwi Ri-jirtsfiitmlvr I)l.
, , , trict of the Tcrnloiy of Hawaii at the
amount cml.cs.led. ; QMMm Science Hall. Waiakea. Priday.
llviuiiii Ut-os., Merchants Heroines J,ll-v "; 'W' "l ' '";: "r " ''-
I jiut i'i minium iiij i.iiiiiiMit 11.1 1 111 nit'
.. ..,..-.,M,Mi a ,,,.. .District and Territorial Convention! of
J AS. D. I.UWLS,
O. P. Ai'i'o.N.so. President.
All ritleus looking for pick nnd shovel
work can procure same in the district of
Ilamakua, between Onknlannd Kukniait,
during the construction of the new road,
by applying to the foreman in charge of
the work. L. M. WIHTHHOt'SH.
time to time for the period provided by
iiw, unless MMim.r iiiijiniriieii sine me.
lly order of the Court. j
Done nt Chambers this 1st day of Julv,
A. I). 1901.
C. P. PARSONS,
The foregoing order is harebv approved
W. V. 1'iiltAlt.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Ter
ritory 01 j la wan.
Dated "Honolulu, July 5, 1904. 36-4
WE NEED SIDEWALKS.
.Another thing that the ' Hoard of
Trade might take under conside
ration is the laying of sidewnlks in
the resident .portions of the City.
While the business streets are well
equipped with concrete , sidewalks,
thereby ensuring perfect comfort in
walking on rainy dnjs, yet the re
sident streets are without the
sightest indicUioi of a foot paths
and on a rainy day present the
appearance of a pig wallow. The
.smallest towns in the states can
bo.tst of either brick or wooden
walks on all of their streets, yet
Hilo, owing to the centralized form
of government, is compelled to
wait until Honolulu has proper
walks provided for its citizens; in
the meantime the citizens of this
bug are taking the center of the
Puuola sheet) ranch. TIipv sav Prank is
n good host and he entertained right
The Honokaa pedro players met their
Waterloo the nth iust. Dr. Schoeniug
and Mr. Duukhiser took the prize. They
talk of challenging Mcintosh ami Will
iams when they nrrive in Hilo.
Kill mi Arrivals.
J. T. linker, T. R. Robinson, Miss Ma
dciros, Miss A. Rose, llro. Matthias, llro.
Raymond, Pro. Henry, llro. Vincent,
Pather Prancis, Mrs. George Lycurgus,
child and maid; Miss MacLcau, H. H.
Kudo, Dr. K. Imamnra, R. L. Halstead,
II. W. Mist, J.N. Kelker, K. Roentahl,
HI W. Penuer, George Copp, Miss Mary I
Dodd, Miss D. Moss, Miss Pitzpatrick,
Miss M. Ryan, Miss J. Garibaldi, MissS.
Garibaldi, Miss K. Garibaldi, Miss R.
Tiscornia, Mrs. II. L. Hudson, Dr. Harris
Kennedy and wife.
Hilo Cotillion Club Dance.
The Hilo Cotillion Club will give their
July dance at Spreckels' Hall 011 Friday
evening, July sad. The Club have issued
their by-laws in printed form, so there
should he no ftirthcr doubt as to what the
rules are. The following committees
have been appointed for the dance:
Decoration Committee Mrs. Gere,
Miss Mocine and Miss Dolly Sumner;
Mr. Ralph Ilaldiug and Mr. Sheffield
Refreshment Committee Mrs. Mc
Lean, Chollie Souza and Dr. Wnchs.
Weight, 5,663,100 pounds.
Total value fiS9.95o.75
Jelly and preserves 950.00
Total cargo from Hilo f 190,900.75
First Forclcu Church.
r- Sunday July 17th, 1904, at 11:00 a. in
Rev. Curtis 15. Shields, Pastor, will
preach on "No man can enter into a
strong man's house, and spoil his goods,
except he first bind the stiong man."
Mark; 3-27. There will be no evening
I.11111I (Mice Transactions.
f?iii i rrn1 f t-rrtM t1i t1t
...... ..,,..,.... v. , Thercisnstrin of ,am, nl walmen,
011 either side of the road would J nnVwiII, ailfoIuiuK the Kupaku Home
keep the sober citizen out of the I steads, containing a little less than 30
mud puddles, and would give thejneres. It will be divided into three lots
hack drivers the privilege of sleep-1 '""Isold at auction upon cash freehold
, it-.,, agreement, at 30 per acre. There will
ing when carrying a load without , , ,; . , . . , , '
" . , r . I)e between 9' and 10 Acres to each lot.
the present danger of running Mr Al,K oramberg oud Mr. Geo. Kaiser
Somebody down. have each applied for a lot.
j . 1 ' Commissioner Pratt says that there
Wise and Otherwise.
The Novlkral continues to appear oc
casionally nt Port Arthur, but only one
compositor remains in town. Cable
"Hostile ships are in the port,
Foreign armies at the gale.
What to us is Russia's fort?
' Fly before it grows too Intel"
Their note of dooth,
Ilelchiug' messengers of Fate.
Illauched is every face but one;
Just one hero holds his place.
Danger he disdains to shun
Gallant printer nt his case,
Honor lo the Russian race.
Type beneath his fingers flash
Words of joy for loyal cars.
Heeds not he the battle's cratJi,
At the hail of shrapnel sneers.
Live or die,
He scorns to fly
Hravest printer of the years.
Great the copy he must set
Story thrills him lo the quick.
How thcjiostile host was met,'
Met nnd crushed by Colonel Kick-einakarasch-opoflbptsch-popoflvitvlischvitschoflskivitschky.
It is said that n Pittsburg bride recently
. Honolulu, July 2. The dis
solution of the Hymau Bros, co-I
partnership closes a successful mer- j
cantile career of one of best-known 1
firms in Hawaii. The firm of Hy
mau Hros. was established in 1868 '
bv H. V. Hymau, Michael Hyinan, 1
Morris Hymnn and Joseph Hymau. j
The first and only change in" this
partnership of thirty-five years was
made in 1893, when Isadore
Rubetisteiii, a clerk since 1880, was
taken in as a partner, the style of
the firm remaining Ilvnian Hros.
Mr. Isadore Rubenstein now b;-
Hilo, July 14, 1904.
United States of America . '
Territory or Hawaii fss-
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
, At Ciiamukks In Pkoiiath.
In the matter of the Hstate of IOKF.PA
A POLO, deceased.
PF.TITION FOR LHTTFRS OF AD
MINISTRATION. Petition having been filed by Wailaua
Apolo, widow ol the slid decerned, pray
ing that letters of Ailministrntioif upon
said jestule be issued to Knohimatiu.
Notice is hereby given that Tuesdny
the and day of August, 1904, nt 9 o'clock
a. in., nt Chambers, in the Courtroom of
the Fourth Circuit Court, at Hilo, Ha
waii, be nnd the same is hereby appointed
the time nud place for heating said peti
tion, at which tune and place all erMius
interested limy appear and show came, if
, any lliey nave, wliy the jnnyer of said
peiuioii siiotiKi 1101 oe granicil.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 6, 1904.
Ily the Court:
A. S. LullAHON GURNHY, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
KlDGWAV & RlIM'.WAV.
Attorneys tor Petitioner. 36-3.
UiiIUmI States of America, ) eu
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JCIII1W1J Wl UUVtilll,
In llie Circuit CourUof the Fourth Circuit
At Chamiii'.us In Pkoiiath.
In the matter of the Hstatc of AL1U5RT
K. NAWAIII. of Hilo, Hawaii, de
ceased. Petition having been filed by Maria A.
Nawahi, widow of the deceased, tiravine
s- 'that J. Castle Ridgway be appointed Ail
;. ; niinistrator of saiil estate.
- I ?..I.i, Id l.i.rult,, .!.,,, tlint 1'iin..U
comes sole owner of the business, u,c 26th day of July, 1904. m 9 o'clock
the four Hyinan brothers retiring. 1 ""' "c nd heieby is appointed the
,, , , - .,, , time for hearing said petition in the
The business hereafter will be con- fCourtroom of this Court, nt South Hilo.
ducted under the style of t. Ruben- Huwnii, nt which time nud plncenllper
. . ' . ., , , , sous concerned may appear and show
stein & Co., at the same old stand , cause-, if Uny they have, why the praver
on Queen street, which has been ' "'"i"1 petition should not be granted."
, , r , 1 Hilo, Hawaii, June 30, 1904.
the home of the concern so many, iiy the Court:
years. 1 DANIHL PORTF.R. Clerk.
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.... .wi,, i4 .....ii uiuuiti.i imuuii , KIDOWAY : KIDCWAY,
Attorneys for petitioner., 35-3
this business house, accutuiila.ed
vast fortunes which are invested in
San Francisco, where t hey now reside.
In the District Court of the United States
Pepper Tor I'rollt. I for the Territory of Hawaii.
-T , , I IN IIANKKUITCY.
Now conies pepper. Everybody ji,, the MntterofYOSAnuuo OKA. bank
on Maui knows that pepper is ' nipt.
Will he paid for information lending to
arrest and conviction of the thief who has
stolen thirty of my mixed breed hens.
Knell hen had one wing clipped.
CHAS. M. I.HllI.OND.
TRENT & CO.
ACENTS AND BROKERS
indigenous to our soil, but so far To the creditors or YOSAHURO OKA of
. , ., 1 Hilo, in the Island or Hawaii, and
Us commercial possibilities have j District aforesaid, a bankrupt.
been neglected. Good
pepper is ,
Notice is hereby given that on the 8lh
Kon Lumber in small nud large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture innde to order, any style
wanted. Repairs mnde 011 nny kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply toJOSF. G. SF.RRAO.
worth from ten In eiirhtPPii rPnt aa-v ol Ju,-V A " ,(0' tlU! saul YOSA-
wortnirom ten to eigtiteen cents nuuo OKA was dulv ndjudicnted ixuik-
a pound, and there is always a good rupt; and that the first meeting or his
market for it The nenner tdntil crc,mors will be held at the otfice of
market ior 11. i ne pepper plant, TnOSi c. riooway, in the City of
nnre wet nut. live inilolniiiU' ivitl, it:i t.i 1 1 t :. , ii ..
. ..., y..j ,, .1.. aim, tnitiiut anil icilliurv Ul JlltWilll, CJII
but a small amount of moisture, the J5tb ly of July, A. i. 1904, at io:oo
Fifteen hundred healthy plants ?,'c,tVK '" ,l!,c f""-'"t. "t which time
will crow ner acre and will ""Id creditors may nttend, prove tlieir
ti . .' acrt, nun will cijIllS nppolut a trustee, examine the I
yield at least two pounds of pepper bankrupt, nud trans ict such other busi ,
per year, Wltuollt cultivation, or nessns may properly come before said
other labor save harvesting the mcel,1,R' TI , nTnrwvv
crop. This opens up a new in-, ''feree in VSlcy. .
dustry for Maui. Maui News. Hilo, Hawaii, July 13, 1904. 3721
E. N. HOLMES 1
will be several hundred ncres or Inutl for '
I Intllf'Clf.riflnrc nt.RllM.1 ulinrlli !., Qmilt.
. ..... ,. . , ... .,., . .
Hilo, in the tieiuliborhnod or Houoimi. !,in,irHii iinrcirin .lentil r. i,..r ,...t.ii,,..
Now that the great political battle .. nfghti There is such a thing as being
in the States is on, it is about time The si rateiucyer Case. too happy, even to destruction,
for the good Republicans here ill W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd. have filed There is something radically wrong in
our own midst to begin thinking petition in Federal Court at Honolulu the make-up or it man who sees no good
about the political fences at home '"khig that George C. Stratemeyerof Olaa) in his wire or any other woman. A man
There is no reason why the R I L ',eC,ared " ,1,a"kr"Pt' '"-'".UK that I never marries a woman to reform her.
publican party, with Prince Cupid there ows the cot)ipaiiy fiilA3 for
at its head, and with the opposition, goods delivered.
hitherto under the leadership of It is alleged that Stratcineyer, on April
Wilcox, but now divided between I2-ofl,,is car- r"r ll,e conslderntlon of
, ..., ,1 i..i..i.t-.iin..: oiw,M,i ol,c dollar, deeded to his wire certain
I.iukca anil KalatioKalaui, sliotul i ,,, , ,. , ..,..,...,
, , , ' . Piikoi street property with "Intent to '
not again w ear the laurels of victory. ,,,,, !II1(1 (kfraU(, his cre(Utor8. .. ,
The party could not find a better
standard bearer than l'rinc Cupid,! Kinau npparnrp.s. i
and one that could better hold the ! II. D. M. Cobb, W. II. Peers, Miss I. j
votes together. He has made a
good record in Congiess and with
his past experience is amply able to
Richardson, C. A. Ilalsey, R. L. Hnlsey,
J. Lightfoot.J. W. Prutt, J. McCrosson
and J.. S, Low.
daild how the wheels go ' If y"r f i..g machine fs running I , ,. .
, ,? hard, ilropiiiug studies, or ntherwUe he- '" ,M" WUJ """ L"i
and where they need the I having Ixully. just call up Plume 17K. I Japanese victory.
.Inpniiese Success. J
Crossing of the Yalu. i
landing at Pite-wo.
Nanshau Hill. J
Kaipiug or Kaichau. I
The above are the important
land engagements so far reported
between the Japanese and Russians
one was a
S Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
h JiV Goods and Groceries
g Boots and Shoes
j Hats and Gaps
H Ladies' and Men's Underweai
g Hardware, Paints and Oils
H Flour, Feed and Hay
g Higli-Class Furniture and
g Crockery and Glassware
g House Furnishing Goods
H Bugs, Matting ami
g Grass Clotli
g Wagons and Carriages
n 5: c
5 o 00
i d ft sa
: rt 1-
3 n M r W w
g ?3 cS?ri
a w rri
I Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
S ; WAIAKKA HRinCK, IIll.O
S I IIAVi; NOW A PLKHT OP
2. I Gasoline Launches
r I and Small Boats
j POR 1TIII.IC HIUR
I inssenuers nnd b:iL'L'nLe tnken in ml
from vessels in the harbor nt renMiimble
rates. 'I.niiuches nud rowhoiits to hire
lor private picnics nud moonlight rides,
RING UP ON TKI.KPIIONK
E. N. HOLflES
rWoIverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter niul reversible engine. In
pnieticnbility it is equal to the sUiini en-
Ijlne. Sizes from i h. p. iipwiiidti.
HontH fitted with this engine or friuues ol
I nay sie to order. Por particular!) hpply
'to R, A. LUCAS, Mniinger
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far -B '
:-AteM- J "'WIS
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