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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1904.
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Prince Bismarck Dead.
Friederichshuhe, Scpt. 13. Herbert Hismarck is seriously ill.
Fiiedeiiehsruhe, Sept. 19.- Herbert von Hismarck is dead.
Storm Devastates -Atlantic Coast.-
New York. Sept. 16. A great storm lias been raging along the At
lantic coast. Mnny lives and much property lias been lost, including
Port Arthur To Be An Open Port.
London, Sept. ifi. The Japanese intend transferrin", ihe I.iao Tung
peninsular to China, making Port Arthur an open port.
Russian Army Resting.
Mukden, Sept. 13. The Russian will rcconcentralc in the north.
They will need several months of-rccuperation.
Chinese Building Tranches for the Japs.
Chefoo, Sept. 13. Three hundred thousand Chinese are engaged up
on Japanese entrenchments between .j'ort Arthur and Daluy. The rains
are suspending the campaign.
The Steamer Calchas Released.
Vladivostok, Sept. 14. The Russian prize court has released the
steamer Calchas. The cargo of floury cotlon, timber, consigned to. the
Japanese, has been confiscated.
Gibraltar, Sept. 14. Officers frotnt, Russian cruiser have hoarded the
British steamer Derveu. ' i
Another Russian Warship in American Waters.
Victoria, 15. C, Sept. 16. The British warship Grafton, which has
just returned to port, brings news that the Russian cruiser Korea is off
the northern coast of Vancouver Island. 1 he Rsquunaux is expected
to arrive. w
Victoria, B. C, Sept. 14. The British warship Grafton has leen or
dered to protect British sliippim.'.
Paris, France, Sept. 14. It is reported that the Russian cruiser Korea
is about due at an American Port 011 the Pacific Coast.
A New Political Party for Utah.
Salt Lake, Sept. 15. The American Party of Utah has been organ
ized to oppose the Mormon Church influence in politics.
Portland, Me., Sept. 15. The Republican plurality in Maine is 27,130.
Oahu Republicans Select Nominees.
Honolulu, Sept. 16. At the Senatorial District Convention held today
the Republican nominees chosen we're as follows: For the Senate, the
Fourth named 11. Faxon Bishop and Dowsett in the order named, and
the Fifth named Dowsett. For the House Fourth District: W. W.
Horris, Charles A. Long, R. W. Quinn, Frank Andradc, K. K. I.ilika
lani and Aylet. Fifth District S. A. Kaleiopttu, S. Maheloua, Oscar
Cox, Charles Brown, Shaw, Kalawaia.
War Situation Remains Unchanged;
St. Petersburg, Sept. 15. Kuropatkin in his official report attributes
his heavy loss at Liaoyang to General OrlolT's failure to hold vital points
of defense. The Russian losses in the battle at Liaoyang are estimated
at 5,000 killed, 12,000 wounded. The report restores Kuropatkin's
Mukden, Sept. 16. The Japanese are within twenty-one miles of this
city. The panic among the people here has been allayed and business
has been resumed. The Japanese lost 40,000 in killed and wounded in
one day's figh'ting (presumably at Liaoyang) and 12,000 wounded Rus
sians are being treated in hospitals here.
Notice to Creditors.
United States of America I
Territory of Hawaii ) ' '
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMllKKS IN 1'HOllATK.
In the matter of the P.state of Jl'I.IUS
Notice is herehy given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Julius Rciuhardl of Hilo,
All creditors of said deceased are here
hy notified to present their claims,
whether secured or unsecured, duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers, if any, to
the uudeislgned, in Hilo, Hawaii, within
si a iiiitiiui-. 1111111 iiii: u,,iu 111 11. hihiii, 1 .... , . , ,1 ,,,1
or such claims, if anv. will be forever I L aovaijc. Sent. 1 3. Ihe, looting here has been unparalleled
barred. L;o rM,;,,ni nml Tmianesu took their .turns and there has been trreat
and wanton destruction, the property of Europeans not being spared.
The city of Liaoyang, which was set afire and abandoned by the
Russians on September 3rd, is one of the most important towns of Man
churia. It has a population of perhaps 50,000 and has been used by
London, Sept. 13. A St. Petersburg correspondent declares that
the Japanese are moving rapidly forward and are getting such strong
reenforcements via Newchwang that the increase of Kuropatkin's force
will be of no avail. General Linevitch's army, 50,000 strong, has in
vaded northeastern Korea to cut off Kuroki'scommuuications with Feiig-Wang-Cheng.
Pnncnl Honornl MoUinrlp Ronallpri
UUIIOUI UbIIUIUl iiiuiiumu iiuuunuu, Son
Oyster Bay, Long Island, Sept. 15. United States Consul General
McWade has been removed from his post at Canton, China, for irregu
larities in issuing Chinese certificates for fees.
Des Moines, la., Sept. 13. A Rock Island train was held up today
by bandits. The express car was looted and $10,000 secured.
New York, Sept. 13. Fight have been killed here in a tenement
In Distress at San Francisco.
Washington, D. C.Sept. 12. The Japanese Government has form
ally protested to the State Department against allowing the Russian
auxiliary cruiser Lena to remain in the port of San Francisco longer
than twenty-four hours.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 12. Admiral Goodrich today visited the
Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena, which arrived here yesterday for repairs.
The purpose of his visit was to determine through American inspectors
the necessity of repairs.
San Francisco, Sept. 13. Collector Stratton has refused the Jap
anese? Consul's demand for the departure of the Russian auxiliary cruiser
Lena within twenty-fours. The inspection will be made tomorrow.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 13. The government officials have given
out notice today that the Russian cruiser Lena must leave San Francisco
within the time to be prescribed by the Government for necessary re
pairs, or dismantle and remain in the port till the close of the war.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 13. The United States Government in
spectors made a thorough inspection of the Russian auxiliary cruiser
1 Lena today. They find that the ship's boilers need repairs.
Washington, Sept. 15. The Russian cruiser .Lena at San Francisco
has been granted permission to dismantle.
Racconiie, Italy, Sept. 16. Queen Helene has been presented with a
Colorado's Governor Renominated.
Sept. 15. The Republicans have renominated Peabody
Liaoyang Being Looted.
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Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Sept. 6, 1904.
Ridgway & Ridoway,
' Governor James II. Peabody of Colorado called out the State militia
1 in the recent labor troubles which threw the State in a turmoil in June
' Inst. Governor Peabody was charged with being the tool of the corpora
tions and the enemy of the people and with lending his authority to the
wealthy in putting down the strikers. The situation bordered on to civil
war, and but for the timely intervention of the Governor the loss of life
and properly would hnve been very great, whereas there was none at all.
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V. Aki, alias Kee Hop, merchant of
Hoiiuapo, Kan, Hawaii, having executed
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in behalf of his creditors, notice is hereby
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Aki to make payment forthwith, and nil
those who may hae claims against said
V. Aki to present their claims to the un
dersigned within thirty days from dale
hereof. R. T. FORRFST, Assignee.'
Honuapo, Kan, Sept. 5, 1904. , 46-4
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General Kuropatkin as his chief quarters since he took charge of the . , ..., . . ,
ucner.iijviuupaii-.iii 1 . the official organ at Port Arthur, contains an account warmly praising
movements at the front. It was entirely surrounded by a wall and was . T , ,. . ..,
mo(.niLins .11 in- 11 ,., ,, ... , , ,- I the conduct of Captain Lebedieff, commanding the Russian marines at
the market nlace of a vast fertte valley which was well settled by Clu- . ,...,. r n T 111 1
111c maiw.1 I". .. , ., ,, 1 1 Zaredoutni. He stood oil top of a wall, revolver m one hand and sword
ue.se, Koreans aim otuer uimiiiiu uiui-amui!. im.iv. .,.-. .- .. 1-11
Ruropean population growing up of late years, attracted by the oppor- j
Jersey and Ilolsteiu heifer calves, full
blooded or mixed, if three days old, will
be bought by JIM MORRIS, Hilo.
All accounts due and owing the under
signed can be paid to J. I'. Feruaude,
I Jr., who is authoried to receipt for same,
.r, M. O. SANTOS,
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
I will be responsible for anv debts con
tracted by the crew. K. i GUARD,,
Ililo, April 16,1901, 34
Utilities of this new market.
The Assault on Port Arthur.
Following a grand three days' assault on the defenses of Port Arthur
the Japanese rested during the day-time of August 23. At 1 1 o'clock
that night they concentrated a strong force to attack the Zaredoutni
fort, which is a strong position on the Russian right flank. The Japa
nese made clever use of the available cover, creeping forward in Indian
fashion for one hour in spit- of the Russian rifle fire. Midnight found
them properly formed within striking distance of the fortifications.
They then made a powerful rush, but were mowed down in all but one
quarter. Here a body of Japanese succeeded in mtering the fort over
the dead bodies of their comrades, but nearly all were bayoneted inside
in the other, and killed or wounded twenty-odd Japanese, who, mount
ing on the shoulders of their comrades, attempted to scale the wall.
When the Japanese were repulsed, Captain Lebedieff sat down, and as
he was wiping the perspiration from his face, a shrapnel shell tore his
body to pieces.
Alleged Breach of Neutrality.
Shanghai, Sept. 15 The Japanese are determined to frustrate the
departure of the Russian cruisers Askold and Grozovoi.
These aie two Russian vessels which took refuge iu Shanghai harbor
after escaping from Port Arthur. The United Slates government has
taken an important part iu maintaining the neutrality ol Chinese ports,
and when the Japanese threatened to enter Shanghai harbor and capture
the two vessels, as she did the Russian destroyer Ryeshitelui iu Chefoo.
harbor, the United States destroyer Chauiicey took a position between
The remnant retreated, losing severely "as they fled. After repulsing , , ,,,,.. nlll, ,.. ,.., .:.. ,., mlitv. N,nr
the enemy the Russian troops cheered. SUwian oil warehouse, valued at a million dollars,
mm.,, t., .,'.,, ,e,. Lfum morn rom mrri'il nurl ri(,nnimmir,i,fl rlu nttnr-lr Inn. ' '
ously butagaiu'lhey were repulsed. The Russians assert that the ve had something to do with Admiral Stirling's action, but such motive
Japanese troops were forced forward by their own shrapnel fire, the is disclaimed by Washington authorities. There are charges and counter
guns being placed behind them to prevent a letreat. charges between the warring countries over alleged violation of the iieu-
A third attempt to capture the position also failed, and anticipating a 1 tra,:,y wiilcli it is claimed does not entitle China's poits to protec-
fourih attack the Russians we re re 111 form tlm four " ; tloil. Japall cllarK,s neutrality has been violated by the maintenance of
not made. General Gorbatowsky personally directed the Russian lire, J ' ..,.,,. A .1 1 m r -1
although he had been six days and nights without sleep. The fort j wireless communication between Port Arthur and Cliefoo.
sulTeied considerably fiom the Japanese artillery. I tCnntium-d on Page Two.)
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