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THE WISDOM 0lJ YES-TUKDAY-THIi
NEWS OF THE WORM)
FOE BUSY PEOPLE.
HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1904.
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In effect July I, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
TELEGRAMS BY WIRELESS TO THE TRIBUNE
Latest Sugar Quotations.
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nilriicllnti Intcrlt-il until ortleiril out. I
AlvcttWemt:iit4itlcontlmirtl before expiration
of peclfinl perlml will lie chargtil a if con-1
liiueil fur lull term. 1
Drs. Grace and Irwin
During the absence of Ur. J.J. Grace
Dr. Irwin's oMiee hours will lie:
9:00 lo 11:00 a. M., 1:30 to 3:00 mid 7:30
to H:oo p. M.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a M.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
Dr. John Holland
Olliee, Corner of King nml Pitman Streets
Residence, Wuiauiienue St., near Pitman
S lo 10 a. in., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 i. m.
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W. II. SMITH
. LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Japaiieie, ami Cliliiev? Interpreter,
ami Notary Public In Olfice.
Office: SliVIJKANCK Ihlll.lllNC,
Opposite Cour Home. IIII.O. HAWAII
J. Casti.k Riikiwav Titos. C. Riiioway
Ridgway & Ridgway
tolicltorn of lMtcuti Oenernl I.aw Practice
Notary Public in Office.
tll'HICK: Walaiiiieiiue and llriilgc Street
KKAI. ESTATK, ETC.
I. JE. RAY
ATTORNHY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
A.M. P.M. I STATIONS A.M
7:00 2:30:1V Hilo nr 9:35
7:20 2:5onr...UIna alill...ar 9:20
7:30 3:10 nr Kenan nr 9:15
7:45 3:25 nr... Perndalc.ar 9:00
8:00 3:50 nr..Mount. V'w..nr 8:45
8:15 4:ioitr..01enwooil...lv 8:30
A.M. P.M. SUNDAY. A.M
8:00 .3:00; lv Hilo nr 10:40
8:5o 3:20 ar...Olna Mill... nr 10:25
8:30 3:30 ar Kennu nr 10:15
8:45 .IMS nr... Ierndale...ar 10:00
9:00 4:00 nr..Mnuut. V'war 9:45
9:15 4:15 nr... CtIenwood...lv 9:30!
a.m. POR PUNA
10:30 lv Hilo nr
10:50 nr...01na Mill...nr
11:20 nr..Pnhon Juuc.nr
1:1,40; nr Pnhoa ar
12:00 ar..Pahoa Juncar
12:20 nr l'una lv
9:001 lv Hilo nr
9:201 nr...Olnn Mill..,ar
10:05 ar..l'nlioa June.
10:25, nr I'ahoa nr
10:45 ar..Pahoa Juncar
11:05 nr Putin lv
Excursion tickets between nil points
are sold 011 Saturdays nml Sundays, good
returning, until th'e following Monday
Commutntioii tickets, good for twenty
five rides between nuy two points, and
thousand mile tickets nre sold nt very
W. II. I.AMHERT,
, Now York, Oct. 3. Sugar, 96".. test centrifugals, 4.255 cents; per
' ton, $85.10. S8 Analysis beets, 1 is fid.
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4v ! Newchung, Manchuria, Oct. 3. 1 lie lust train over llie reconstructed
Japs Operate Russian Railway.
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railway left for the soulh'with 500 wounded Japanese soldiers.
Death Dealing Mines.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 3. It is reported lure that a Japanese gunboat
lias been Mink south of Liolang by a mine, Part of the crew Was
rescued. It is also repotted that a Russian steamer clearing mines in the
harbor of 1'oit Arthur has been sunk.
Japan Buying War Vessels.
Valparaiso "hili, Oct. 1. The Japanese nre negotiating for the pur
chase of lv liliau warships.
Uprising of Mexican Indians.
Belioc, Mexico, Oct. i. Three hundred Indians in the southern part
of Mexico attacked a party of gum gatherers. Seventeen weie killed,
eighteen wounded and fifty-seven aie missing.
Washout in Colorado.
The damage caused by Hood here amounts to
Augmenting Japanese Army.
'Tokio, Japan, Sept. 29. The conscription regulations will augment
the Japanese nriny. The available Japanese are 200,000 men.
English Liner Held Up.
Cheefoo, China, Sept. 29. The Hritish steamer Yiknang was stopped
by a Japanese w.arship, her papers examined and the vessel allowed to
Boxers Threaten Trouble.
Shanghai, Sept. 28. A boxer agitation is reported from Shangtung.
. The Fruits of War.
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 28. The number of sick and wounded in Japan
ese hospitals is 45,000.
British Warship Wrecked.
London, Sept. 27. The Hritish torpedo destroyer Chamois has been
wrecked in the Mediterranean. . ,
Trinidad, Oct. 1.
thousands of dollars.
Trinidad, Colorado, is in the extreme southern part of the state,
nlinut iwiMitv-fivp miles from the New Mexico line. It has a nomilnlion
HilO EleCtriC Light CO., Ltd. I0 5.345. i a ininiiiR town with large coke works. As a rnil.oad center,
I the Santa Pee, Deliver & Kio Grande and a branch ol the Union Pacific
intersect at this point.
M. Wachs I). D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of I'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of I
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swivel frame Q
Sowinc Machine Motor 20 i
Power for operating them $1 n month ! in t,le first ,k'Srce
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to'
install apparatus complete.
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Ilusiness Agent.
Will Act as Administrator. Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ray. Telephone 146
Washington, I). C, Sept. 30. Postmaster-General Payne is ill.
New Mayo: of London.
London, Kng., Sept. 30. AU'leimaii John Pond has been elected Lord
Japanese Murderer Convicted.
Honolulu, Sept. 30. Ilayashida has been convicted of manslaughter
Russian Warship Passes Dardanelles.
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept. 27. The Russian volunteer fleet
steamer Nijni Novgorod has jiassed the Bosphorus.
To Remodel Union Iron Works.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 27. Charles Schwab, whose Reorganization
Committee bought the Union Iron Works at yesterday's auction sale,
says the works will probably be made the finest in the world.
Notice lo Creditors.
A. S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' HUILDINO
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii
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Territory of Hawaii.
AT CiiAMiiKK.s In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of J I' 1,1 US
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of Julius Reiuharilt of Hilo,
All creditors of said deceased are here
by notified to present their claims,
whether secured or unsecured, duly veri
fied and with proper vouchers, if any, to
the uudeisigned, in Hilo, Hawaii, within
six mouths from the date of this notice,
or such claims, if any, will be forever
R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Sept. 6, 1904,
Ridgway & Ridoway,
Gunboat Korea Again Sighted.
Helliugham, Wash., Sept. 30. A Russian gunboat has been repotted
off the southeastern coast of Alaska. 1
Japs Damming Liao River.
Tiding, Manchuria, Sept. 30. The Japanese are damming the Liao
river in order to protect their left from Russian attack. j
Trial of Damon's Slayer.
Honolulu, Sept. 30. The trial of JosoMeranda, indicted for the intir-'
der of S. Kdward Damon last Tuesday night, has been set for 10 o'clock 1
' a. in. Monday. ,
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Kid McCoy Defeats Twin Sullivan.
won the decision over
Los Angeles, Cal., Sept. 28. McCoy
Sullivan in the twentieth round
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 1. The Gans-Wolcott fight was a draw.
This was the fight scheduled last mouth to take place at Woodward's
Pavilion between Joe Gans and Joe Wolcotl, after which Guns promises
to meet Young Corbet.
Cruiser Buffalo Arrives.
Honolulu, Sept. 30. The United States cruiser Buffalo has arrived.
The United States cruiser Huffalo has on board the crew of the new.
battleship Ohio, and will later proceed to Midway to land stores. On'
the return trip, after coaling at Honolulu, the Buffalo will proceed to
San Francisco, and subsequently take on a crew of preen landsmen for a
voyage to New York.
Cholera in Russian Interior.
Moscow, Russia, Sept. 28. Cholera has broken out at Sartof and
Sartof and Nijni Novgorod are interior cities in the Russian Kmpire,
situated .011 the Volga river. Nijni Novgorod is about 275 miles east of
Moscow, with a population of 99,124, while Saratof, about 500 miles
southeast, is the principal city of Astrakahu province, which borders on
the Caspian Sea.
Will Abandon Mukden.
Newchang, Manchuria, Sept. 30. The main force of the Russians
have retired north of Mukden and the indications are that no attempt
will be made to hold Mukden.
General Kuropatkin's original intention was to retire to Harbin,
where he could go into camp for the hard winter which will have to be
met. Owing to interference by orders from the War Office at St. Peters
burg, instructing him to go to the relief of Port Arthur, his plans have
I St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 1. The Japanese advance was routed
I near Yeutai on the 28th, with a loss of twenty.
I Harbin, Manchuria, Oct. 1. The Japanese occupy Saiobeyho and
I are threatening Sinitiiitichiiig, behind the city of Mukden.
Russians Continue Retreat.
i St. Petersburg. Russia, .Sept. 27. General Sakharoff reports that the
j advance of the enemy near Tonyotsa has been repuled.
....- . v. I'ulnrotiMriir lllCeio vni-it- on iV rnt inc Iwtmi -sinnt .. I l .. n T..!.
is renoried tnai uie ananese lost 1 inn " ..-- -". "m1" v- ".-. ""- "-- iuim uum nun.
W. Aki, alias Kee Hop, merchant of
Ilnnunpo, Kau, Hawaii, having executed 1
a Deed of Assignment to the undersigned 1 0I1 i()rt Arthur from September 20II1 to 26th by the Japanese, which has
111 belialioflils creditors, notice is hereby i)CCj successfully repulsed.
given to all those indebted to said w. , T. nmimi. Oct. 1. -It is renorted that the Tanaue.se will co into winter
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The Storming of Port Arthur.
London. Knir., Sent. 27. It
men in the attack on Port Arthur on S ptember iS.
St. Petersburg. Russin, Sept. 30. There has been a continuous assault
den to the effect that the Japanese have resumed the offensive. They
have attacked Da Pass and are pressing Kuropatkin's left. The Rus
sians evacuated Da Pass without serious resistance.
Aki to make payment forthwith, and all (,lmrtcrs J,erorc. Port Arthur,
those who may have claims against said -,. . 1 . ,
Transact a General Hanking nud Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Ciedit issued, available in all the principal
cities 01 me worm. ,
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Isluuds, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange I
11V DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newh fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing mi Court House and Ililo Hotel
l'.uks. A unlet, pleasant retreat.
may have claims against
W. Aki to present their claims to the un
dersigned within thirty days from dale
hereof. R. T. PORREST, Assignee.
Honuapn, Kau, Sept. 5, 1904. 46-4
Jersey and Holsteiu heifer calves, full
blooded or lilixrd, if thiee days old, will
be bought by JIM MORRIS, Hilo.
All accounts due and owing the under.
signed can be puid to
Jr., who is authorized
Military experts admit that the fall of Port Arthur is inevitable and
can only he averted iy a miracle, mil llie overthrow' 01 the garrison
will be attended with such loss of life us to be a sanguinary catastophe.
Port Arthur lies in a sort of natural amphitheater, surrounded by
many hills, each of which is said to be over five hundred feet high. On
the summit of these hills the Russians have erected chains of fortifica
tions, which constitute the defenses of Port Arthur on the land side. The
character of these fortifications, the calibre of the guns and the amount
of ammunition still at the disposal of General Stoessel are the principal
factors 111 the overthrow ol Port Arthur
An Aged Statesman Passes Away.
Worcester, Mass., Sept. 27. Senator George V. Hoar, who has been
seriously ill for many weeks, is dying.
Worcester, Mass., Sept. 30. Senator Hoar is dead.
George Frisbie Hoar, the senior Senator from Massachusetts, was one
of the most remarkable men in Congress. Being elected to the United
Stales Senate to succeed George S. Bout well on March 5, 1877, he was
llie dean of that distinguished body, having served at the time of his
death twenty-seven years as a Senator His term expired March 3, 1907.
Senator Hoar was born at Concord, Mass., August 29, 1826, anil was a
The supplies of the besieged citv nre low, but the sturdy Japanese jB'"'u : wi nuivnm -',umi uuer pnuueeu iuw at Worcester, wueit
have an almost herculean task before "them, Kstiinntes place the Rus-' lle resided at the time of his death. Was a member of the State Legis
sinn garrison not greater than 17,000 available men. The Japanese army 1ltre. aiu' dctwi to four terms as a member of the House of Repre
of investment is approximately 100,000 men, which has been divided in ' seutntives. He has been closely identified with the arts and letters, and
the attack on Kuropatkin and the siege of Port Arlhut. for twelve years was a trustee of Harvard College. Was piesident of
The Japanese have seized all the outlying positions and have worked 'tye American AntHpiariuiii Society and American Historical Associa-
tli-ir wnv no lo the b 11 forts mined tile v around the town. These li ill ' """i was u iciww wie vuicuean vcatiemy 01 Arts aim rtciences, ami
.. , , 1 , .,.. i.!,.. .1. ..8.1.... 1 1 1... , honored with decree of T..T..I"). hv Ani1urt Vol,. Unnmnl IV,rr,Mtli
1 P Perninde ions are seiiiiencioseci toward me enemy, wime iiieir siues uic ciuml-u uy 1 ---;; - ,., Ti V, , ' . . .'
j. . riii.ui ,r , ;n..ii,io ,, ..riii,,.r.in,idi.r v,.rv. iWtwliipliPs mnifPt William and Mary Colleges. Took a prominent nan 111 the impeachment
M V SANTOs"" these defenses, and at intervals there are projecting turrets of masonry, f Secretary of War Belknap in 1870 and was a meiiiber of the cele
" lc,..i- ,i,.,m i,,tn iiif. nfirii, in wbinii nr nlacud ciniok-firiiiir onus, which brateU Llectoral College of 1 876. He was a republican 111 politics, but
NoTicH-Neither the Masters nor !sveep the ditches with a hail of iron projectiles. The works thus erected bitterly opposed to expansion and the so-called colonial policy or the
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Agent of vessels of the "Mataon Line" ' 0,, the fifteen hills are divided into urouns. designed in the event of the
n . r-v . . . ., )vi11. 'T ,rt'sl"1",si,,, f,,r "V,;l,11?. j,0," ' capture of one division, to be raked by Ore lirom a neighboring group.
C F. BRADSHAW;1;;:;10 " lhe crew- K' l'AK. 0wjg t this feature oftl.e defense, jlie Japanese have, tot been able to
43 ' Hilo, April 16, 19111,
I hold long the positions which they have captured,
St. Johns, Quebec, Sept. 28. A great gale swept the Labtador coast,
during which eleven fishing vessels were wrecked.