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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1904.
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III tin; Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
AT ClIAMIIKKS IN l'KOHATIt.
in the matter of the iMale of AUOt'ST
l'UTITION FOR ALLOWANCE 0F
rtLUUI.M.I il.MJ IHM-IiUUil',
AND APPOINTMENT OF TRl'S
TKH AND ICXKU'TOR. ;
The petition of Manuel 0. Santos, IJ
editor nl the estate of Aiitiusl ft. Setrao. I
deceased, having been iilftl. lift fin he
nsV.s that llts accounts lie examined and I
approved, and that he he discharged as 1
h vcculnr and that a suitable person he'
appointed In succeed llllll.
Ills onlereil Ui.it I ticsilay, tlic 33 nl
IIJIV 111 ,llll"l, l.jl.,.), Ill y II ClOt'K H. 111., IS J
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me lime set lor Hearing 01 me s.1111 pen-
mri 111 tuc louruoom 01 me i-ouriu i.ir 1
cuit Court, at South llilo, Ilauaii, at I
which time and pi. ice nil persons eon-)
eel mil may apjienr and show cause, if
hiiv they liiive, why the prayer of the pe
titi in should not 1)erauliil.
llilo, Hawaii, Julv 31, 1901.
l.v the Court:
"A.S. I.iillAKON C.URNK.V, Clerk.
I Jlv Chas. Hitchcock, Dej.lity Clerk.
K111r.WAV K: Rinr.WAV,
Attorneys for I.stnte. 3S-4
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii ) '
1 In ilie Circuit Court of the fourth Circuit.
1 O'lDHR l'OR .Sl'KCIAI. THRM.
j Deeiuiiu; it essential to the promotion
J of iustioe, I heteby order that A Special
I Term of the Circuit CourJ of the Fourth
' Ciicuit be held in the Court House in
! llilo, ComiueitciiiK on Tuesday the Sec
ond ilav of Aiil'IisI. A. I), lon.i. nl Ton
,,', ;& j ti,e rrt.,0 f MU ,y nll(i
coi tinuinj; from day to day and from
tin e to tune lor the period provided liy
lav. , unless .sooner adjourned sine die.
lly order of the Court.
I)' te at Chambers this 1st day of Julv.
A. I). 1904.
C. V. PARSONS,
The foregoing order is h.irebv approved
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Ter
ritory of Hawaii.
Dated Honolulu, July 5, 1901. 36-4
United States of America ) ...
ITeirilorv of Hawaii t '
Iu ilit Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
territory of Hawaii.
ilH ,.c ,..)llcr ol l)u. HsM
state of D. KA-
PKITI'ION l'OR AM.OWANCIv OP
ACCOl'NTS AND l-'INAI. DIS
CHAIU'.K. The)eliliou of II. Vicars. Ailmiuisti.i
lor of the estate of 1). Kaiiiai, deceased,
haing been filed, wheieiu lie asks that
his accounts be c.Numiucil and approved,
am! that .1 final older he made ol distri
bution of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled, and
disidiarjjing him from all further respon
sib lily as such Administrator.
Il is ordered, thai Tuesday, the 301I1
da of August, 1904, at 9 o'clock a m., is
tin time set for Ileal iug of the said peti
tion in the Courtroom of the Fourth
Ciiiuil Court at South Hilo, Hawaii, at I
which tunc and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, il auv
tilt v have, why the timvt-r of the ncli-
tiou should not be granted.
J ulo, Hawaii, July 26, 1904.
A.S. I.iltARONCURNFV Clerk
lly Cluis. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wi il'. & Ross,
Attorneys lor Administrator. 39M
Nollco lo ClMMlilOVS.
United States of Amei ica
Tciritory of Hawaii ) ' " '
In lhe Circuit Court ofllie Fourth Circuit.
AT ClIAMIIIiltS l.v PltqilATU.
Iu the matter of the listatn of AI.HI'.KT
K N'WVAHI deceased
1 Notice is heteby given that the under-
siened has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Albert
Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
All creditors of said deceased are here.
liv llfltinil lo l,n-si..lt lllt.ir nl.'tlti.u
whether secured or unsecured, dillv veri-
fied and with proper vouchers, if any, to
iu. iiiius-i-iKiiL,i, in mi.,, iiuniui, wiuiiii
six mouths Com the first publication of
this notice, or such claims, if auv, will be
forevei birred. '
J. CASTI.IC RIDCAVAY,
llilo, Hawaii, T. II., July 26, loot.
Rinr.WAV it Riih-.wav,
Attorneys for Kstate. 39-4
I My wife, Mrs. Abbie Seville, without
just cause, has left my bed and board. I
' will not be responsible for any debts she
may contract in my name.
I 3S-4 JNO. II. SKVII.I.F..
Mrs .,wk McSucUer , k.fl ,.r
'dairy outfit with Mr. W. S. Ward al
Keiau for sale. There is, beside aline
iissnrliiu'tit nf (Iiiirv mmmmrt'S. n full '
blooded j.reyb..llanda. herd of cows.
.r I in. irn. -
Ml freight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged lo shippeis unless arcom
pinit-il li) a wrillen ouler Itoiu the ca
tains ol vessels.
3Uf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
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1S.ail.JIIW.iarai- -.-UfJ .... -J.... jAi-M.w.vfMn...'H-lMnM latfTili -11 IMiltMM,JbtlillWIaWflMl li'j I, .. ..1 m&km. ...Bt ... uill' -. '. f'i. . i.. A. &. Mr ' . p. t' , A. i. . IT I TTilT I Ma I 11
AJfa .. -T$ isyNU. vaiHTAt .-."ri . ,, ;'
s,(ivH,s,.sJ,,Hn,,IIilo.ir niUlLE WJI1U MW
Proposals will be ncchcd nl the office
of the Siipciiult-mlcnt of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock in, of
August 15, 1904, for constructing:
15,900 feci fi-incli vitrified pipe sewer.
(170 feci S-iiicli vilrifieil pipe sewer.
2,3S6 feet J(i-inch concrete sewer.
53 lirick manholes.
1 double Hush tank.
19 single Mush tanks.
And other work appertaining to the
nnllul .ll.l ,.,. ,f i ...I .1,1 .1 . umt'iirnila u..-
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lem nl llilo, Hawaii, J . It.
i.lIH n)( ,
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I'laus and speciflctlions aie 011 file at
CL ' ll
if Assistant Superintendent
of l'uhlic Works, Houoluli'. and with I..
I?. Richards, Aunil ior I'ublic Works De
partiiieut, llilo, Hawaii, copies of which
will be furnished iutendiii; bidders 011
receipt of $ 5. 00, which Mini will be re-
turned to the bidder after he has depos '
ited his bid and returned the plans. '
Proposals must he submitted nil the 1
1 blank forms, which will be furnished bv
;lhe Assistant Superintendent of iubfc.sonje of the republican clubs went
I ... . . ... . . . ' .. c.. .... tn :........ ,....:.n:..i .1.1
Works, anil enclosed in a sealed envelope
addressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Super-
iutendent of Public Works, Honolulu,
T. H.. endorsed "l'ronosal for Construct-
. .. lZ " nJ"'L ... Z .,
Hach nroiins.il must contain the fll'ii
names of the party or parties making the
same and must be accompanied by a cer-
tificd check for fsSo.oo, payable to c. S.
Holloway. Superintendent of Public
Works, as suretv that if the proposal be
acce.le.l a contract will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on blanks furnished by the Assist-
ant Superintendent of Public Works, and
T :'" , , , . ' r ' ?UH '"". astheinoveiuc.it was fathered
dent of Public Works prevlotis to 12 ' . , . ,,
o'clock 1... on the day specified, and miy I h-V t!l.e 0II"B .M:U1 s publican
bidder whose bid does not couforni in
every respect with the requirements of
the blank proposal will have his bid re
jected. The Superintendent also reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
.C. S. HOM.OWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., July iS, 1904. 3S.3
Iioiiinvaona Three - llooin
Proposals will be received at the office j KUht I2lh. With the exception of I ,,irsl ,.,,. Territorial, H. J. I.vma.i;
of the .Superintendent of Public Works , Uje R .,, ,., ,, -)linll I Ntrct (j) h Kn o ,, ,;, K;.
Honolulu, 1. II., until 12 o'clock in. of I . . ,. , . , j ., ,,
August 8U,, .904, for furnishing all nm. j precincts each ot the precincts are. ,-,,-,,
terials and labor for constructing a three-hlltil,etl ""' ,elctc to the l."1'1' f ,; ; " r, "1' t '
... , ,. " ... 1 1 11 . 1 District (3). reter Dorlaud, Tho-i. 1C.
ruuiii lllHllllllllse in jxoii.-iwaeiia, i lit-
wali. T. II
Plans and specifications are 011 file at
the office ol" the Assistant .Superintendent
of Public Works ami with 15. I?. Rich
arils, Agent for Public Works Department,
(llilo, Hawaii, copies of which will be
! r,lris,,c" i'ltendiii", bidders on receipt of
$5.. "hich sum will be reluriitd to the
bidder after he bus deposited his bid and
j returned the plans and specifications.
1 Proposals must be submitted on the j
j blank forms which will be furiiinhed by !
,the Assistant Superiiiiendent of Public!
Works and li. V Richa.ils. and enclosed j
j iu a sealed envelope iiililrcsscil to Hon.
C.S. Holloway, Superintendent of Public
1 Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "I'm -
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' I1"-"1 lul " iiuifiMiinu .nuuui-umi m
' '"c" propowl must contain the lull
name of the party or parlies making the
same, and must he accompanied by 11 cer.
j tified check of 5 , of the amount i.f the
proposal, pajnble lo C. S. Holloway, S11
periliteudeut of Public Works, as surely
mm 11 me proposal lie accepteil a con.
I t , , , ,
So proposal will be entertained unless
made 011 the blanks furnished by the As-
! sistant Superintendent of Public Works,
' or I?. M. Richards, and delivered at Un
...nee o. u.e niiperiuieuueui 01 ruiiiic
Works previous to 12 o'clock m. on the
I The Superintendent of Public Works
, .eserves u.e riKuno reject any or ail Ol.is.....,, , i L.k.c.,.(i r,,,.., .1... K(mri1, .r,.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
. Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, July 18 1904. 3S.3
l)P;ii'lni(Mil of Public hi
NOTICI-: OF TlvACIIIvRS' KXAOIIXA-
I'Wamiuatious of candidates forTeaclr
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, ' '"'" 'T "" ") ' V w ' "L
held nt the Hih School Huilding, Hono-
, lulu, on Thurhday and Friday, Atigutt
2tll 1111(1 2(), ItjOJ,
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ny inner 01 uie iiepariiufiu 01 ruuiic
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Supeiiiitemk-iii of Public Instruction,
C. T. UniuiiiuK, Secietuiy. 38.3
m 5 ' & . , "JjJJir " '
i . s
rtfm DIMMfE rimin A MFh
Republican Precinct Clubis Pass Binding Instructions Endorse
Delegate Kalanianaolc Want Legislators . Pledged to
..County Government Nominate Delegates to Conven
tionsDemand Plank in Party Platform Senator Pal
,mcr Woods in Favor of One County.
Almost with one nccord the
precinct clubs of the b'irst District
passed resolutions endorsing Del
egate Kuhio and instructing their
delegates to secure a plank in the
platform favoring county govern-
ment. The feeling seemed to be
unanimous that Kalanianaolc was
deseivingofthis compliment, and
nKJ "" " l" '""'""i iciihuiiui iiei-
'egates to support the Prince for
, renominrttiou. The impression
. . .. . .
MeB,!' '"l"1 t,lat COl,,U-V
' erninent will be the issue of the
campaign and to forestall .'the de-
inocrats nirl the remnant home
n,ie party, the various precinct
chll)., declnre(1 S fnvor of lhe pas.
, . ..-,.
!saRc of.!l co"l,ly act Without delay
' '' the next legislature. There
j was no opposition apparent in any
0f n.le clnbs to passing the resttlu-
s.'"1 ' uc various precincts
their work showed the results ol
organization. Resides passing re
solutions where adopted, the prin
cipal business of the meetings iu
the several precincts was the no
mination of delegates to the terri -
torial and district conventions,
The district convention for ICast
Hawaii under the call of the District
Committee, will, be held at File -
man's Hall, Hilo, on Friday, Ait-
ici iitwi 1111 unit iiiiu .luicuiiii: enuii ill
ine tllbiriCl convention, uwillg to
the lateness of the call, Honokaa
and Kukuiiiaele failed to make no-
Owing to j
munitions, but expect to do , tins
1 evening at the adjourned meetings
0f ti,cir respective clubs. The
1 primilrjes ilre v.cl for .Satttrtlity,
, r. . , , .
August fitll, between tile hours of
2 all(l CCK p. HI. at tlic voting
place iii each precinct.
The meeting or the fourth pre-
dlcl c,ub ( , ,, wflS Reerolls,y al.
, , , , , ,
tended, although there was only a
'sprinkling of the old line reptiblt-
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imm in.,-iuiu. j. u. nuiiiii uute
more appeared in the republican
arena and as the sponser of county
government, led iu the effort to
secure the adoption of resolutions
favoring such legislation. Carl S.
.Smith made an impassiotiatc Slieeci
endorsing the resolutions, as well
as the complimentary endorsement
of Delegate Kuhio. The following
is the Smith resolution:
He it Resolved, by the Republicans of
, ,, Hawaii, that the delegates to the
I Ilexl Territorial convention of the Re-
I publican "parly of the Territory of Ha-
j Wllii( U( ,Jl nln,l:ltctl ,,y tllis rccinct
jcinet of the First District, be and they
.are hereby instructed as follows: 1
1 First: To support Don. Jonah Kalaui-
anaole , Prince Cupid, for renomiuatioi, ';
as Delegate 10 Congress, so lonK as he is 1
Iu candidate for said office;
! Second: To advocate ami work for the;
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niniily called county govcriiiiieut, and to
a.hocate. vote and work for the adoption
of a plank iu the platform of the Repub-
licau party of the Territory of Hawaii
committing and binding said party,
through its rep. esentatives if in power,
to enact the necessary leg station theie-
.' for. to take effect at the earliest nossihh1
I un a vote Deiug taken, the reso
lutions passed unanimously. I111-
I mediately R. A. Iyuinu, Jr., Presi
V 7" J K
dent of the Voting' Men's Republi-
can Club, moved the adoption of a
resolution instructing delegates to
the district convention to select only
such men who weie known to be
irrevocably iu favor of county gov -
eminent. The resolution, without
j amendment, passed as follows:
! UcsoiVl.,i. Tlin. .... ,,,,,,., , ., J
.nominated and 'elected members of the
In:.,..:.,. r t, c .,:, . ,,
"nunisiimmiutciiuiii who, nawaii, oe
!aMl1 """ arc heteby Instructed to uonii.
' n,lle,f"r Se,,'-U"r!""'1 Hepresentnliveonly
I caiiiliilalcs whose views are known to be
KW-!i.reVoC.,blvi., favor of the enactment of
I legislation that will provide for our pen-
pie local self-Koveriimeut. commoulv
knowu as county government, to take
effect nl the earliest possible moment.
Resides the appointment of a
finance Committee, consisting of
J. U. Smith, Chas. Akau and R. A.
I.ytnan, Jr., and the discussion of
the mode ol securing funds for the
ca-npaign, little other business was
transacted. The Finance Commit-'Quinn; District (3) A. K. Kldredge,
tec were instructed to adopt a scale I K. A. Kraser, II. I.. Holsteiu, Juo.
of assessment of ofnce-holders in j Hind, Win. Merseberg, II. K. .Mo
the precinct, which met with some jlale, K. lv. Olding, C. II. Pulaa and
opposition by the Sheriff's depart -
ment, but was finally passed. It
was explained that this was the
1 system in vogue on
and the other islands.
I'he nominations of delegates
1 thus far made and the number al-
1 lotted to the Fiist District arc as
follows, according to ptecincts
Cook, Frank Rosa and O. I). Stipe.
j -riiinl, Wniakea: Terriloiial (3). Jas D.
j Lewis, John liolineuberg, J. T. llmwu,
-M- Kiuina ICealaw'a; District 16). O. W.
I """"J0-"1 M,,uirc' s'"" Kaliiliikmn.
D. Nauiahoe, II. It. N.ilima, (1. F. Aflbu-
so, kitiilii ami Chas. Allien. 1
Fourth, Hilo: Territorial 16), Carl!
Smith, I.. A. Andrews, J. T. Stacker, S. I
I.. Desha, Ceo. N. Day, Chas. Akau, M.
J. I'.ouvc.i, II. Kendall, M. (, Santos and I
.S. C. Shaw; District (91, W. II. Iteers. F.
Itrm'llL'lli. 1. 1'. Hale. Win. H.irlu.tlli.
1 1 1. 1 .. . .,.,.,
John kai.Jr., H. Kendall, R. A. I.viu.iu,
Jr.. I). W. Marsh, Manuel Pacheco', J. K.
P.11111I11111, Philip Peck, I. 15. Rav. J. U.
Smith, Chas. Sieuiseu, Win. Todd. Jos,
Fifth, Papaikou: Territorial, J. T.
Moil ; Districtfi), J. V. Jakiusand Aliina.
Sixth, Hakalati: Territorial, II. V. Pat
ton; District, D. Mackenzie.
Seventh, I.aupahoelioe; Territorial, W.
O. Walker; District, Jas. Mattoou,
'J he Fighth iKukiii.iit), Ninth (IIouo-
kaa) and Tenth (Kukuiiiaele) precincts
will hold their meetings tonight, when
delegates will be nominated.
Waiakea, Olaa, Puna and several
other precinct clubs have a'ready!- Tokio, July 22. After severe
passed similar res lutions and in-1 fighting General Kuroki's army oe
dicatious aie that the eigntli, ninth jcupied Kiaotung 011 the 19th insi
and tenth precinct dubs will take 'I'he Japanese lost 420 killed and
like action. From lepnrls received 'wounded. The Russian loss was
from Kohala and the other side of i.ooo.
the Island, the voters there are be-,
ginning to favor the establishment 1
r r ., . , , P,
of mw """"J" for ,1"-' lsla,,(l of
Senator Palmer P. Woods, of
Ktihala, who has been iu llilo for'
tie liast ten dilVS.SaHltOllTKIIII'.VH
- - - . - - . - .... - .. - -
' representative: "I'm not iu poli
"c llow !'ll(l propose 10 devote my east at a speed ol ten knots. Tin:
attention to my own private affairs. Russian vessels must now be oil'
' Politic, is an expensive luxurv for Yokohama.
whjch , caml(H Qf. paris, July 2.,-It is suggested
, , , ... . hh
thllfCu I Ldwill inii,.winl mo I.hi.i .. l. 4 -.!..... f il... Ifl.. If . . . 1
v.ww..-., niiun.unuum nij ici m in
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. ' "" ' "''
, lepresciu me wisues 01 my con
stitnents. lama democrat, and
- I naturally ant not in a position to
Tlfr "" ll ' , I Vrxmr r V-c- "KrrV , s" . in'.-". "" . . I iv J"i -. " 4 CrV
,VT- i .if,. -.iat-'i - ' i .T-,-W ., ,' 3m,' ?. ' . ;r
know what the wishes of the te
publicans in Kolinln tuny he. Per
sonally, I nm in favor of a single
county for this island, and sun in
clined to believe that when the time
comes, the people of Kohnla, Kona
and Kau will be in' fnvor of one
county for the entire island. There
are many reasons why we should
not have more than one county.
From a standpoint of economy, it
ought to commend itself, and the
supet visors could be selected from
the various districts to make the
board representative enough. So
far as residents of Kohnla are con
cerned, it is about an even stnnd-ofl
, to make a trip to Hilo by the Kinatt
i 'is to travel horseback to Knilua.
' With the extension of the llilo
! Railroad and thq completion of the
1 new volcano road through Kan, the
(trip to llilo via the Volcano house
J is very much simplified. However,
I am only giving you my views on
I tl'e subject, and until the matter is
I 1 .1.1.. 1 t 1.1 .
iiiuiouiiiy v..iiiv.iaseu, 1 cuiuu inn
1 speak for the voters generally on
th(, ol,ter si(k of the Is,nuK .
; , , ., .
Miulerstniul that some of the
'"embers of the County Act Com
mission, which is now framing a
county law, are favorably inclined
to the formation of Hawaii into one
The Kohala Republican Club
nominated the following for dele
gates: Territorial (3) H. A. l-'raser,
II. I.. Holsteiu, Juo. Hind, K
Olding, ft. P. Tulloch, K.
' K. D. Quinn.
Shanghai, July 19. The steamer
Picping has been seized and taken
! to Japan.
Suez, July 19. The steamer
Malacca, seized in the canal, is en
route to the Raltic as a Russian,
Chefoo, July 19. A steamer, be
lieved to be the Hipsang, has been
sunk by the Russians, who mistook
the ship for a transport.
St. Petersbmg, July 19. The
German Government has asked an
explanation from Russia of the-
seiure of Japanese mails from the
German mail steamer.
,. . T .
Chefoo. July 19. Passengers on
a JUIlk just arrived at Chefoo report
that 4,000 Japanese were captured
I by tbe Russians at a fort east of
' Hamburg, Germany, July 23.
I A report received here states that
1 flvc Rssin cruisers liavo loft Hit
Raltic with sealed orders.
Sue., Suez Canal, July 23. The
; German steamer Scandia iu charge
jof a Russian prize crew has eiiteml
I the canal.
Washington I). C, July 25.
j Minister Conger wires that Russia
has evacuated Newchwaug, setting
flames to Government buildings,
St- Petersburg, Russia July 21,
F.leven millions of dollars will be
, . .,. t. . ,,
spent by the Russian (.over.une.it
on improvements lor the Siberian
Tokio, July 21. The Vladivos-
ink- snnndrmi uc r,.r,r,n..,l nft'
. ,. '! -.' . iwiuiu.i
- , Mikayo yesterday traveling stiulh-
lllill inu inn ihisc Ol lUU V UUIIVOSIOIC
' 1 :.. :...... ,, .., . -
, l""" "' eiiieiutg uie raciuc is
10 intercept tne Aineucaii vessels
1 carrying supplies lo Yokohama and
Kobe, such as the S. S. Korea.
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