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I'M DAY, SKPTKMHKK 2, 1904.
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Knteuil at the Poslollicc Ht Hilo, Ha- ample accommodations provided for Ihe
w.lli. as second-class matter filing delegates lo the Republican Ter-
rltorial Convention. The Reception
puiimsiikd KVKRV 1'HIDaV. i Comuiittce had inmlr ur"runeiiients for
J. CASTI.lt KlDfiWAV IMitor the entertainment of so ninny delegates
.. ,,.'.,., ,, ,.. . .,.., 1 at private homes that the Peacock nml
I). v. Muistt lluslucss Manager. . ' ...
, Demosthenes rooms were not nil taken.
" " j Twice the iiuiiiher cmilil ns readily have
.............. heeii taken cure of, despite the closed
tifinnrcci-riiifirh I condition of the Hllo Hotel.
I A WIRELLSS SERVICE. Jns. 1). Lewis met the steamer Kinaii
. .. f 'atl.aupalioehoe. with n list of the iiccom-
j Kccngiil7.ii.K ihe necessity for m0ll(tt,0IIB nval,le anil roottie( the .It lc
1111 imnrovoil ni-ws service in Hllo ',,,,. i.f,,r. ,i,.;r. rr..ni m Hih itiin
I tlifTKiiii'NK will iiKitiKiirati', he
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eiiniini; with if n"xt ihsue,
I special Wildest set vice. At con
I siilerahle cot and hy spcci.il sir
raiigeiiient witli the Inter-Islaml j
I Telet-raiili Company, the Tut-1
lit'NU is tints enahled to give to
Us readers an me teierat)iiicniit
calile news 01 tne world upon us 1
occiurence. Special attention
will he given to war news per
taining in the Kuso-Jnpan war,
untlieiitic and tehahls reports,
1 eliminating all runiots and con-
Ijectuiej, or contradictory tlis-
patches. The Wireless has been
iniprovi-d to a degree nlninst off
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pet feet ion, and with the govern-
t mental aid which the local com- j
Spiny has been receiving in the j
form of a monthly subsidy, the j
! method of transmission has been j
so improved that the accuracy j
iaud promptness of its .service is j
guaranteed. The change in loea- j
linn nt stations has cllsoenstd f ,
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ivitli iivn intermediate stations.
f which have heretolore been lo- J
cated on I.auai and Molokai, and j
j messages are now .sent direct from j
j Hawaii to Honolulu. It is pos- j
1 sihle with the ininroved svslem in !
t ntiointinii tn deliver messages in 1
f (Iiln within ten minutes alter1
j their receipt in Honolulu, and
! vice versa
'Pbe MVrrilnriiil on: "
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Jerntneiit utilizes the Wireless;
f 'itmriwt ilnilv. nnd the ad vim tni'es
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J of prompt and easy commnnica-! '
! tion hv inter island telegraph has J
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saved manvdeavsaud much oss !."u" """ i'"c- .....
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in tune and money to the govern- j ,)iU owiijj ,o ,1, 0 lhe proj,rani
ment. The Wireless is now rec-! , ,L. follIlll it liecessary to confine his re-
ogui.ed as a safe means of com- f marks to the general subject of republic-
munication and has attained an
! established footing in the business
J and mercantile world. The es
j tablishmeiitof a Wireless service
j will enable the Truiunu to give
j to the public the latest cable and
J island news to Tuesday morning
j of each week, which will be the
t nine date nf nuhlicutioii. No au
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ditional charge or increased price X 1
J of subscnmion will be made to !
! the public for the increased news
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se. vice, and we hope the efl.c.ency ,
j of the Tkihunk as a valuable j 1
J news gatherer will compensate 1 1
for the effort expended. !
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The Republican Territorial Con
leted its labors yester-1 el)ei,t forces of the imtlon and stands posaIi payable l0 C. S. Holloway, Super
, -iii.id ' r,w '..,il.',i ,1 I r"r U,L' "alio,,'s Pro-leriV anil advance- ; i.uendentof Public Works, as surety that
. " " r nKM- Koosevelt w'ould be elected and . if the ,)ropos!d be accepleda contract will
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asm. This is especially remark-
able in view of the fact that there he prophesied that Prince Cupid would No proposai wji i,e entertained unless
was no contest to create anv rivalry retl,m iH ,''K''f to Congress. His re- umW on thc ,)laul.s flirilislle,i 1)y t)le As.
or excitement. The energy and mat were i,,terrl,l,le'1 'V rt"Pe;,lei1 "P sstant Superintendent of Public Works,
; ,,.., M.r.,,,,, ; ii, ,ii;i.r.,iir.i,c P,nu,r; 'and delivered at the office of the Super
interest snown in tlie (lellUeratlOllS Charman Robertson was called unon , 1 . 1 . r ,. 1 ... , .
.... , ,, - , v-iiairiii.iu Kooerisoii was cniiea upon 1 Inteiuletit of Public Works previous ton
of lhe body portends well Tor the mid urged that united support be given i Ociock in. on the day specified,
success ol the party. There was , to Delegate Kuhio. which would insure Tle Superintendent reserves the right
no evidence of any (actional feeling
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n a spectator the convention ,
was like unto a love feast, merely ,
1 atifying the wishes of the majority
of the voters in an expressed plat-
form and the renomination of Dele-
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gate kuhio. Cupid srenotnination
was conceded iroin me nrst ami ins
s lection as the party leader instil es
Ihe party's success this fall. The
outlook IS full of promise and with
Chairman A. G M. Robertson at
lhe helm of the party, there should
be no doubt as to the outcome. It
now dtvolves upon the individual
voter to carry out the Will Ol the
convention and to elect Kuhio and
the various legislative tickets to be1
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juii 111 111c ueni uy .iinivei win-iiiiiiiK
Hawaii IS glad of the opportunity
nflnrded her lo test the hospitality
and cordiality of her welcome. The
Crescent City is especially proud of
th-distinction of enteitailling the
leaders of the dominant party ami
stands readv at any other time to
l-.ive- to the icpublican hosts equally
as heariy a reception as oil this oc-
I'iiMoii, Ilelu lion uiiii,
KKUKI'TION Til IICI.KMATKS.
Visitor Helng Looked .Uler liy
Contrary In expectations, there were of
dock. There was tlierefore no confusion
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ordelav when the crowd disembarked,
A special train was provided on the Hilo
Railrotd to take the visiting Shriners to
the Volcnmi House and a Putin train was
ill waiting on the dock for steamer pas.
The ilelcu'Ues were met by the several .
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rri'eiiuuii cuiuiiiHicen aiiti inc 111111 i.diiu
and escorted to the Convention Hall,
where the fourth and fifth districts im
1 ih,11mIp1 v liolft n pntirns as In till v.lrlmis
comiuitteeiueii they desired. The sev
eral other delegations held caucuses Weil
uesday night mid Thursday tuorniiiK pre
liminary to the convention.
The baud concert Wednesday at the
Hilo Hotel grounds was largely attended.
V. II. lleers, chairman of the District
Committee presided and introduced the
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was the tirst speaker and soke entirely
.in Hawaiian. He was followed hy Dele-
gate Kuhio, who recounted the difllcul-
ties which copfronted him at Washing. Hurd, I). K. Melzger, T. Guard, W. I.
ton. He explained that it was iiupnssi- , Madeira, R. V,. Ilaldiug, Titos. C. Ridg
ble to get a hearing on Hawaiian affairs way, J. Castle Ridgway, Dr. M. Rice, I.
before any of the committees of Congress, K, Richards, D.r. Henry Hayes, Dr.
on account of this being Presidential Archer Irwin, Geo. N. Day, C. 1. ileutou,
year. Kvervlhing was politics, and I Dr. C. I.. Slow, Miss Mociuc and Miss
would predominate the next session of
He spoke of the factional
t'fpcllll' In 1Ihw.JI which retarded his
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efforts nnd uriied all republicans to work
together to a common cud. As to the
Hilo Breakwater, he doubted the passage
of an appropriation for this purpose dur
ing the coming -eslon, hut felt confident
thatahil for a federal building in Hilo
would be passed. He said he was not
unmindful of the wants of Hilo and the
Island of Hawaii, but without the united
support of the entire Territory, he could
accomplish little. His speech was greeted
with applause and he then addressed the
assembled crowd in Hawaiian.
Wm. J. Coelho, the Maul delegate and
nightingale, sang several solos with
itr accompaniment, which were
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tmlciit lln Ctfll. nT !llf rplltlfnllmi il
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the Hilo Young Men's Republican Club,
which had become a household word in
the Islands, and prophesied a brilliant
i career for this body of young men. The
' hope of every community lies in its
young men. Like a great battle of arms,
our leaders arc commanders, and we are
their army. It is hopeful and inspiring,
tlierefore to sec the young men get to-
gether under these cjptaius, form a so-
geiuer miner uiese cdiinius, lorm 11 so-1
lid phalanx and prepare to march to a
glorious victory. He recalled the loyalty
oflhe y""K;e to General Grant, who
followed that intrepid leader to victory.
fe compareil lhe ouaR men of UimVx
1 soldiers, who under the leadership of
the former Commander Prince Cupid
would inarch forward to a glorious vie-
tory next November. He expressed re-
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ttfltt ,1,1. ,..,. ...lllfl l.l Mr.,.t I1...1 tr '
dwell on the
ISSUeS Of tile Campaign,
which he hoped later he might discuss j
with the young men of Hawaii. Closing j
ne sam me repuoucan party represents ,
mem. Kooseveu woiiiu oe eiecien nun .
if the partv in Hawaii were harmonious, 1
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atasiun ui .iinutcs. iiu iiKciicu Hawaii
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to a small child with the federal govern-
lm.lU lhe pamili who Houlil lreat hs
ofispring ns it deserved if it behaved
itself. The meeting was brought ton
dose hy speeches by John Wise, aeon-
verted Home Ruler anil John C. Lane,
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both of whom delivered able addresses.
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Last night, equally ns large n crowd
gathered to hear speeches by Col. Sam
Parker, John T. Ilaker, V. IS. Thompson
, 01,J' " Ven Ihinceil.
Owing to the general humidity of the
atmosphere all last week, few .members
or the Hilo Cotillion Club intended the
regular dunce of that organization given
nt Spreckels hall last Friday night. No
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I'tiois cic Blmi:i, i, uKisr ,11 i-uiirgc ui
"lake the dancers have an enjoyable
evening. Ihe decorations were dainty
and attracted utteulionniid a large supply
of church lemonade eulivencll the even-
iug. The feminine portion of the mem.
bershtp of the Club predominated, hut
tht-uuile dancers managed to distribute
themselves so that there weie no wall
flowers, which K, the feminine mind is
always a criterion of a successful dance,
The gathering dlsperted about tnidiiight,
A Chili OrtMiil7.nl liy Lnr-nl l'ltr'i'.
Not to he outdone ly the fashionable set
Honolulu, Rome of the loversofout.or.
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l,,oor "I1"' "vc organized 11 Hllo C.olf
& ldC. Smith of Honolulu, who
1 "ow ' i " lrgely responsible for
the iuterc.st lu this fascinating game, Iml
W. T. Raiding ninl 1. C. .Mellor tire
oriKiiintoift of the moveinent to organize
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'" I,1, cll"- meeting of those in-
leresteilin the subject of jjolf was held
nt the Hoard or Trade Rooms lam Moil
, day niKht, when n siimeleiitnumhcr were
Pfesent to perfect orf;nnlMlioii. A four-
teen acre field at the edge of town, op.
poslte l'ukihae nulch. has heen secured.
which it is claimed will ulvc nutllcieiit
""" Reven Hole course. 11 was ex-
.piainwi Hint tuts was tiie most necessinie
nnd satisfactory grounds available, and
could be obtained at n nominal rental.
As soon as the grass can be cut, the
greens and trees put in shape the course
will be ready for use. Already the Hags
nnd permanent markers have bi en sent for,
and within two weeks a sulficieut number
of players will have gotten clubs to be
The following officers have been elect
ed: President, W. T. ll.ilding; Secret iry
and Treasurer, K. C. Mellor, Captain. S.
Grace, and Hoard of Directors, W. T.
milling, K. C. .Mellor, H. X. Holmes mid
Dr. Henry Hayes. A committee to
draft HvI.aws wa appointed consisting
of D. H. Mel7ger,J. C. Ridgway nnd S.
The charter ineinbei list will be
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rolls of the C.olf Club are: Mr. and Mrs.
Ilaldiug, Mr. and Mrs. llaldwiu, U. N.
Holmes, 1. C. Mellor, S. Grace, Victor
Monday, September 5th, Labor Day.
being 11 legal holiday, I hereby direct
that nil public offices be closed.
G. R. CARTKR,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
The Capitol, Honolulu, Aug. 26, 1914.
CONCRETE ARCH CULVERT AND AP
PROACHES AT WAIAAMA GULCH,
SOUTH HILO, HAWAII.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 o'clock of September 19, 1904,
for constructing a concrete nrch culvert
and approaches nt Wniaama Gulch, Dis
trict of South Hilo, Hawaii, T. H.
Plans and specifications nre on file at
the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, and with K.
I;. Richards, Agent Public Works De
partment, Hilo, Hawaii, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders 011
receipt of f 5.00, which sum will be re
turned intending bidder after he has de
posited his bid nml returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank fonus, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, anil enclosed in a sealed envelope
addressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Su
perintendent of Public Works, Honolulu,
T. H., endorsed "Proposal for Concrete
Arch Culvert and Approaches at Wnianma
Gulch, District of South Hilo, Hawaii,
Kach nronosal must contain the full
i,.,,,, nf Hik luilv nr mrlln liuillni, llii
sanu. oml ,,; interested tnerein,
nmi )mlst ,,e accompanied by a certified
check of & of Uc a,I10U1It of tile pro.
if .i, ,)rnnn.i
1. .,i :,
1 lo reject any or all 1)i(ls$
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 30, 1904. 44.3
WiiHKHAS, The Act to provide n
'Government for the Terriinrv of iinwnll
provides that a generalelection shall be
' held 011 the Tuesday next nfter the first
Monday in November, A. D. 1904, ami
that nt least forty dnys before any election,
the Governor shall issue mi election pro
1 Wiikkkas, It is provided in the Rules
1 and Regulations for Administering Oaths1
. and Holding Elections that no change1
i shall be made us to the boundaries ol I
;nuy precmci wuuiiihixiy uayi ol elect-
( Now, Tiikkki'okk, In accordance
therewith, I, George R. Carter, Governor '
of the Territory of Hnwnii, hereby give,
notice tliat n general election for u Dele
gate to the House of Representatives of
the United States to serve during the'
1 Plftv-ninth Congress, and for Si.n,.mrs I
mf Representatives of the Legislature of1" ''f P""1- r uny debts con
j the Territory of Hawaii, will be held on I Agent. "'
Tuesday , November Hth, A.I). 19a!,
throughout the Territory hclwrrti Ihe
Hours 01 o'clock n. tn. and 5 o'clock p
The Ke11atori.1l Districts are ns foltinvs:
l'irst District The Island of Hawaii,
Second District The Islands of Maui,
Molokai, I.nnai mid Kahoolawe;
Third District The Maud ofO.ihu:
l'ourth District The Islands of Kauai
The elcctots ill the said Senatorial
Districts are entitled to elect. Senators us
In the l'irst District two;
In the Second District two:
In the Third District three;
In the l'ourth District one.
The Representative Districts, Regist
ration Precincts and Polling Places are
1'1'NA. HIM) AN'I) IIAMAKUA, ISt.sXD OP
I'lHSTl'RHClNCT That portion of l'nna
lying south of Kenan and from the east
ern boundary of Kau to the eastern
boundary of Kamaili, following that
boundary to and along the western
boundary of the Kuohe homesteads nnd
n line the extension thereof to the bound
ary of Kcaau.
Polling Place Kalarnna School House.
SUCONK l'KKCl.NCT The lands of
Keaati and Olaa.
Polling Place Road Hoard Stables;
1 1 if miles Volcano Road.
Third Puhcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Puna and Pouahawai
Street nnd Road and the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place Davies & Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Wuiaken nnd Kalepo.
I'otnrn Prhcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct nml
the Houolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House nt
l'll'TH l'RIXINCT That portion ofllilo
lying between Houolii Stream nml the
laud of Mukuhnunlon.
Polling Plnce Papaikou School House .
Sixth Prhcinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Pifth P.reciuct
and the bed of thc Wniknumnlo Gulch.
Polling Place Ilonomu Court House.
Skvkntii Prhcinct That portion of
the l'irst Klcctiou District lying between
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of
Hnmnkun, including the luud of Hint
inula. Polling Place Laupahoehoe Court
I'.ic.hth Prhcinct That portion of
the l'irst Hlectiou District lying letwcen
the Seventh Precinct nud the lauds of
Polling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Prhcinct That portion of the
l'irst I'.lection District lying between the
Kighth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Houokaa Court House.
Tknth Prhcinct That portion of the
First F.lectiou District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohnla District.
Polling Place Kiikuihaele School
F.i.i'.vknth Prhcinct The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the First Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Ham.
KOIIAI.A, KONA AND KAU, 1SI.KNII Ol'
First Prhcinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court IIouc.
Shcond Prhcinct South Kohala.
Polling place Waimea Court House.
Third Prhcinct That portion of
North Koua lying north of the northerly
boundary of Holualoa and a line running
from the north corner of Holualoa to the
south comer of Puuniiahulu.
Polling Place Circuit Court House nt
Fourth Prhcinct That portion of
the Second Hlectiou District bounded
by.the Third Precinct, Hamakua, Kuu,
the boundary of Keanuhou from Knu to
Ilounuiinu, the north bouudarv of Iloiiau-
nan and the sea.
Polling place Konawaeua School
Fiith Prhcinct That portion of
South Koua lying between Keel 2 and
Polling place Hookcmi Court House.
Sixth Prhcinct That portion of
South Koua lying between the Fifth Pre
Polling place Papa School House.
Skvkntii Prhcinct That portion of
Kau lying between South Koua mid I'u
lialuu. Polling place Wuiohinu Court House.
Hu'.htii Prhcinct The remainder of
Polling place Pnhnln School House.
The electors ill the foregoing Repre
sentative Districts are entitled lo elect 1
Representatives as follows: !
Ill the First District rour;
In the Second District four;
In the Third District six;
lu the Fourth District six;
In the Fifth District six;
In the Sixth District four,
In Tkstimonv Whhrhoi', I have here-
unto set my baud and caused the seal of
the Territory of Hawaii to be afiixed.
Done at the Capitol. 111 Honolulu this
29U, day of August, A. I) 1904. '
(.! Iti CARTI'.R
Governor of Hnwaii
Notich Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
Hllo, April 16, 1901,
The Hoard of Registration for the First
, I'.lection District will nii-el at such tune
jaud places as lieieiiud('riiderlieil to hi;-
ister all persons duly ijualified to vote-
Kmtlio una ka Pupa Hoop.ni Inoa o ka
Apaua Koho Palokn Kknlil. Ma kuhi a
me ka mauawii hoike i.i malalo tiei.
Hilo. 1'iriiUiiiiV Hall, 9 a. til.
lo 4 p. 111.
Sept. 13. Ml. View, 8 to lu 11. m.
Kurtistowu, H30 to 3:30 p, m. Kcanu
Store, 4 to 5 p. m.
Sept. 14. Wai.ikea, Luras Ho it Land,
iug, 9 a. m. lo 12 m. Kapoho Coffee
Shop, 4 lo 6 p. m.
bept. 15. upthikno, 10 11. m. to 12 111.
Sept. 16. Knlapaila School House, S
n. tn. I012 in. ruho.i htore, 5 to 7 p m.
Sept. 17. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 7 to
9:30 n. m.
Sept. 19. Pnpaikou Store, 9:311 lo it
n. 111. Pepeekeo, Upper Store, I 102 p.m.
Hoiiomu Store, 3:30 lo 5 p. m.
Sept. 20. Hnknlnil Store, 9 lo 10:30
a. m. Papaaloa Store, 2:30 to 4 p. lit.
Laupahoehoe, Maluo Res., 6 10 8 p. m.
Sept. 21. Ooknlu Plln., Office, 8:30 to
9:30 a. 111. P.imiilo Store, 1:30 to 3 p. ii.
Sept. 22. Hotiokan, Holmes Store, 9
n. m. to 4. p. in.
Sept. 23. Kiikuihaele, Jones Store, 10
to II 11. m. Waipio, Akiiku Store. 3 to 6
Sept. 24. Waipio, Akaka Store, 8 lo
9:30 11, 111. Kitkllili.u'It. Joins Store,
10 30 to 11:30a. 111. Houokaa, Holmes
Store, 3:30 to 6 p. m.
Sept. 26. Asoni Fernandez. Res., to
a. in. lo 12 m. I'aautlo, 1. Wutolitliu's,
Res., 2 to 3 p, in. Kainehe, Kuu.iahi-
polo's Res., 5 to 6 p. ui.
Sept. 27. Kukniati Store, 8 lo 9 a. 111.
Lnupahoelioe. 3 to 6 p. ill. ,
Sept. 28. Hnkalau Sloc. 9 to 10 n. in,
Pepeekeo, Lower Store, 12 in. 101:301
Sept. 29. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 1 to 4
p. tn., 7 to 9 p. 111.
Sept. 30. Wniaken, Lucas Hont Laud
ing, 1 lo 4 p. m., 7 to 8:30 . II).
Oct. 1. Mt. View, 8 lo 9 n. tn. Kurtis
towu, 10 11. in. to 12 ui. O. S. Co. Office,
3:30 to s p. in.
Oct. 3. Opihikno, 10 to n n. 111. Ka-'
lapaua, 4 to 8 p. m.
Oct. 4. Kamaili, 12 tn. tn I p. 111
Oct. 5. Putila, Hldcrt's Res., 9 11. tn. to
Oct. 7. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 1:30104 p.
111., 7:30 to 9 p. m.
Oct. 8. Wuiaken Mill, 12 in. to 1 p. lit.
Waiakea, Lucas It. L., 3 to 4 p. m. Fire
man's Hall, 7 109:30 p. in.
S. L. DHSHA, (KIWINI.)
Chairman, (Luna Iloomalu.)
H. H. LYMAN,
Notice lo Creditors.
United States of America, .
t ;, r 11 :: iss.
AKWil.fij vn iiimiiii, )
In the Circuit Courtof the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiikks In Pkoii.vtk.
III the matter of the IMale of IOKHPA
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed has been nppoiuled Administrator
01 me estate 01 iukisi'A Arui.u 01 i'a-1
paikou, Hawaii, deceased.
All creditors of said deceased are here
by notified to present their claims,
whether secured or unsecured, duly veri
fied and with proper voucher", if any, to
the undersigned, within six mouths "from
the first publication of this notice, or such
claims, if anv, will be forever barred.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 2, 19a.
Ridgway & Ridoway,
Attorneys for Estate. 41-4
Subscribe for the Triuunk.
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R. T. GUARD, Agent.
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R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA HUIDGK, III 1.0
IIAVH NOW A FLHIiT OF
and Small Boats
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I lasscngers nnd haggnge tnken to nnd
from vessels in the harbor at rensonahle
nites. Launches nnd row bonis to hire
. lor private picnics nnd moonlight rides.
; RING UP ON TKUil'UONK
j AGENJ'S FOR
j Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-slarter and reversible cueiiic. In
pracucaDiiity it is i(iiai to the stuiin en
gine. Sies from li h. p. upu.iids.
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nny sie to order. For particulars i.pplv
lo R. A. LUCAS. Manager '
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PHASH, President.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., V. S, A.
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory
of Hawaii, II. Vicars will act for me
under full power of attorney.
Hilo August 19th, 1904. 43-4.
E. N. HOLHES
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