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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISU, sDS, TUKSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1904.
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Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
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Will Act as Administrator. Guardian and
Kxeculor. Rents and Hills Collected..
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A. S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRKCKICLS' WILDING
BISHOP & CO.
Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Hanking and V.x-
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either us Deposits, Collections
tusurai'ce or requests for Uxchanpe.
HY, DAY, WIUUv OR MONTH.
Nral'nuil newly fitted. Cenlrallv and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
I'.trks. A unlet, pleasant retieal.
C. F. BRADSHAW
In the Circuit Court of the Poiirlh Circuit, 1
Island and Territory nt Hawaii.
At Chamukks In Kquitv. j
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In pursuance of the decree made and
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P. Putroiis, Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Hotirth Circuit.
hearini; date September 20. 1004. I. the
iitidersi);ned, the Receiver in Raid order
and decree named, will sell at public
auction to the highest bidders at tlie
Court House, Hilo, Hawaii, on THURS
DAY the PIRST DAY OP DKCIJMHKR,
A. I)., 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, the prop
erty directed in said order to be sold,
which is described as follows:
Leasehold of 700 acres of land at Ka
polio, Puna, with option 011 same for
twenty-five years' renewal, together with
Waiwelavtefa springs nnd the right to
the water therein.
Trademarks nnd Copyrights of the
name "Kawaiakeakua volcano Mineral
a I bottling house, 20x40 ft.
' 1 engine house, 12x12 ft.
1 two-story tank house, 14x14x30 ft.
1 dwelling house, 4 rooms and kitchen.
1 dwelling house, 2 rooms and kitchen.
1 stable and barn, 24x30 ft.
I Pairbauks-Morse, 3'4 It. p. gasoline
1 Twitchell'it President Carbonator
I Umpire Labelling Machine.
I Goldiug Washing Machine and
1 Tuft's Generator.
I Crown Soda Machine.
1 auto sparker.
2 Hudson lKittliug tables.
2 1000 gallon tanks, galvanized.
1 hxjo gallon tank, redwood.
I 2000 gallon tank, redwood.
1 Gould's deep well pump.
75,000 bottles, more or les.
Shafting, (wiling, pulleys, tools, car
boys, ncicl, labels, stoppers, covers, horse,
spring wagon, harness, saddles, and other
The same to be offered as 11 whole, and
if 110 purchaser be found, to be sold piece
by piece, on the above date or at n post
polled time ami place on the said date
J. H. HLDIJRTS.
Receiver of II. L. Williams & Co.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 1, 1904. 50-41
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
Iu effect July I, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Hxcept Sunday.
2:301V Hilo ar
3:10 ar Kenau ar
, Hilo ar
,. I'ermlale ...ar
4:00 ar..Mouut. V'w..ar
1 1 120
Iv Hilo ar
ar rano.i ar
ar l'uua Iv
Iv Hil6 ar
ar I'ahoa ar
ar Puna Iv
Ivxcttrston tickets between all points J
ire sold on Saturdays ami bunuays, good
returning, until th'e following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, ami
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. H. LAMI1KRT,
Hiln FledriC I iVht CO ltd
iiuu hiwvm iv wjiu vw., nu.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Pire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . SI5
' Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
ll'owerfor operating them $1 a month
) Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
P.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
1 Notich Neither the Masters nor
1 Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
I will be responsible for anv debts con
jtructed by the crew. R. l GUARD,
1 Hilo, April 16, 1901, 14
! St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 17. -
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New York, Oct. 17. Sugar, yfi test CL-ntiifiinls, 4.25 cents; er
ton, 85. S8 Analysis heets, 10s iod.
Boyd Gets Ten Years at Hard Labor.
Honolulu, Oct. 13. After being out less than ten in 'unites the jury in
the Hoyil embezzlement case returned a verdict of guilty
Honolulu, Oct. 17. K. S. Hoyd is .sentenced by Judge Robinson to
ten years at hard labor.
Kdward S. Hoyd, former Commissioner of Public Lands, was indicted
for embezzlement, being chatged with having stolen three different sums,
viz., (75, S2500 ami i 552.50. neu removed irom ins ottice iletalca
tions nmounting to 30,000 vere found, for which in part he was respon
sible. Stephen Mahuttlu, chief clerk,
is now under indictment.
Honolulu, Oct. 17. The following pussengers were booked for Hilo
by the Kinau up to noon today: O.
C. A. Wideman, C. H. Gray, J. H.
L. Harkhauscu, K. Klamp. Miss
Krehnin, A. W. Keecli, J C. Cohen, A. II. Cole and wile.
Remarriage in Episcopal Church.
Washington, I). C, Oct. 15. The-dchtics iu the Kpiscopal conven
tion have rejected the amendment to link divorce canon, preventing the
remarriage of divorced persons. The H Jnse of Rishops have not yet
acted on the matter.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 15. It has developed iu the Calchas incident
that the Russians seized and opened the mail pouch of the United States
cruiser Cincinnati, which was afterward resealed and forwarded to its
destination. Secretary Hay is considering measures to take in the matter.
King of Saxony Dead.
Dresden, Germany, Oct. 15. King George of Saxony is dead.
Saxony is a dependency of the Glermau Umpire, which includes
Prussia, Bavaria, Saxony and Wurrtemburg. Saxony has a population
of 5,000,000 people and an area of fiooo square miles. King George
acceded to the tin one iu 1902 by right of inheritance. He was 72 years
of age, and a warm personal fiiend of Umperor William.
Boston to Visit Honolulu.
Honolulu, Oct. 14. The United States protected cruiser Boston has
been ordered here. No details of her future movements are known.
14. Copies of
and Occidental and Oriental Steamship
churia will go direct from San Francisco to the Orient this trip and on
the return trip skip Honolulu also, but will call here regularly thereafter.
This action is taken to even up the schedule .since the removal of the
Gaelic. The Doric and Coptic are on the schedule up to July, 1905, the
date of their withdrawal not being announced.
Coast Survey Steamer Arrives.
Honolulu, Oct. 14. The United Stales coast survey steamer Patterson
arrived yesterday afternoon. After being given a thorough overhauling
she will devote the entire winter to the charting of the Island coasts.
She came direct from the new coaling station at Kiska, Alaska, in the
western part of the Aleutian islands.
in length, and carries a crew of sixty-two.
Russians nrivpn Rank
nUbbldllb Ul IVBII DdOl.
Tokio. lanan. Oct. 12. -The fiuhtinir continues alone the entire front
Marshal Oyama telegraphs that the battle is making favorable progress.
Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 12. Hospital trains filled with wounded
are passing north.
Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 12. The Japanese took the offensive yes
terday and the Russians retreated across the Schili river. Today they
recrossed and a desperate fight is
Tokio. lanan. Oct. n. The battle
fnr'. '1"e forC(2S engaged exceed those in the battle of Liaoyang
0eiern, 0kM hns cnpturc, twenty-live guns and continued Japanese sue
cesses are reported.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 13.
the right wing of Kuropatkin's army and attempting to turn his flank.
The war office officials are not confident of Russian success.
Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 14. The battle continues. The Russian
loss in wounded is already 1 s.ooo.
lokio, japan, uct. 14. tienerai uyama is constantly receiving rein
forcements. He has captured over thirty ammunition wagons ond
Yentai, Manchuria, Oct. 15. Ihe
1.1- 1 11c
twenty miles, with a loss of seventy
movements having been successful. 1 he cause of the Russian defeat
was the Japanese forces forming a wedge in the middle of the Russian Hue.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 15. An unofficial report received states that the
Japanese right isolated three or four divisions of the Russians in Bensihit,
1 uiij, 11. 1 ".i.
Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 1 5. -1 he battle here is still raging bitterly
Wounded soldiers are coming 111 from all directions. 1 he Russian nd-
vnnce has been converted into a stubborn retreat on the Russian left
flank. I he situation is believed to be desperate.
London, Kng., Oct. 15. It is believed that the Russians have been
compelled to abandon Mukden.
Washington, I) C, Oct. 17. President Roosevelt has ordered the dis-
missal of Steamboat Inspectors Rodie, Duniont and Barrett for dereliction
of duty found iu connection with the steamer Sloctim disaster.
BY WIRELESS TO THE TRIBUNE
Russians tire holding; the north hank
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is rt-iipnnmv irnm i.il-hmi it ic
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iiviv. uv 1111:1 IIIUl -CUIIlU Will
'the principal witness against Hoyd,
C. Wall, K. R. Hendry, J. H. Puller,
McKcjizie, C. Duitchase, J. A. Smith,
Clara Rodgers, A. Mackillop, C. A.
the new schedule of the Pacific Mail
Companies show that the Man -
She is barkentine rigged, 176 feet
progressing six miles north of Yentai.
at Mukden continues with increased
General Oyama is advancing against
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Russian line has been driven back
iviirmiuu 11111: iiaa uccu uiiM-ii uui:k
guns, through Oyama's enveloping
Senator Hoar's Successor.
Hoslon, Mass,, Oct. 12. Kx-Governor Crane has been appointed United
States Senator to succeed the late Senator Hoar.
Death of James Renton.
Kohala, Hawaii, Oct. 14. James Renton, who has been ill for some
months, died here yesterday. Mr. Renton was one of the pioneer sugar
men in the islands, having been a successful planter since he started out
soon after the reciprocity treaty. Mr. Renton leaves a widow, two
daughters and two sons. The sons are successful plantation managers,
Oeoige P. Renton being the present manager of Kwa.
Honolulu, Oct. 1 2. While carrying a saucepan of hot water across
the room the wife of the German minister stumbled and fell upon her
small daughter, scalding the child to death.
Rev. V. 1'eluiy, oastor of the German Lutheran Church, Honolulu,
re.sme.s on nereiania street, near Kecaumokti. Later reports state that
the child was named Ursula I'elmy,
Oyama To Be Recalled.
London. Kng., Oct. 11. The correspondent of the London Teleirranh
cables that Oyama will be recalled and General Nodzti put in his place.
, It is claimed that Nodztt saved Liaoyang from becoming a Japanese defeat!
Conrtaband Smuggler Caught.
lokio. Japan, Oct. 12. The Japanese have captured the British ship
Ftiinng while attempting to smuggle an enormous quantity of contra
band to Port Arthur.
Tsingtau, China, Oct. 13. The
is attempting to reach Port Arthur,
prices for cargoes.
Damon's Murderer Sentenced.
I Honolulu, Oct. 11. Jose Miranda, murderer of S. U. Damon, was
sentenced at 11 o'clock this morning by Judge Gear to be hung.
I Honolulu, Oct. 15. Jose Miranda's death warrant was signed at
15:15 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The date of execution is set for
I Wednesday, October 26th. The execution will be conducted quietly,
I no crowd being allowed.
Under the statute the date of hanging is designated by the Governor,
but two weeks must elapse before justice is finally avenged.
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Oct. 12.
destroyed today by fire. The loss
London. Kng., Oct. n. It is rumored that General Stoessel declares
that unless he is relieved by December he will surrender.
Tokto, Japan, Oct. 11. It is reported that the Tananeso. in n mm-
ibineil sea and land bombardment,
1 ' " "tuur ueet.
I Chefoo, China, Oct. 1 2. The battleship Retvizan is reported to have
1 been damaged by the shells of the land batteries.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 13. General Stoessel reports from Port
' Arthur that the Russians have recaptured Signal Hill. The bombard
1 ment of the interior forts is becoming more violent.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 14. It is expected that the Port Arthur
squadron will make an attempt to escape.
1 To'kio, Japan. Oct. 15. Twenty-seven Japanese officers were killed
and 133 wounded in the engagements at Port Arthur between June 26th
, and 30th.
lokio, Japan, Oct. 17. Ihe Japanese land batteries at Port Arthur
!are reaching the Russian fleet.
' Cm,Se f the Ba,tJC Fleet'
( Ubw Russia( 0ct. M.-Tlie Baltic fleet of thirty-five ships has gone
0 a short cruise.
Libatt, Russia. Oct. 15. The Baltic fleet has returned to port.
Libatt, Russia, Oct. 17. The Baltic fleet has sailed.
According to late dispatches from St. Petersburg, the purpose iu send
ing the Baltic fleet to the seat of war is to engage iu a decisive sea fight
with Admiral Togo's .squadron, lying off Port Arthur. It is claimed the
jukmicmc iieui, uiiviut; ueen 111 active service tor seven months oast.
' '" a weakened condition, and not
, Baltic fleet, which would be fresh for
'he War Office that the garrison at
I arrival 01 tue uaiuc ueet, ana in any event tlie vessels within the harbor,
! doTf surrender. will make another sortie and inflict as much damage to
! l" JI''"e gmirosinps as possioie. 1 lie repairs on tlie Rossia, Gro-
mom and cruiser Botratyr are nearly contnleted. wIhVIi w 11 nim,,,,.,,!
I Russia's naval armament: The Admiralty Office have definitely decided
upon the dispatch of the Baltic squadron at all hazaids. Libau is one
1 of the principal Russian ports on the Baltic Sea.
To Sell Puna Plantation.
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According to the report of the Receiver the arable land is as follows:
1 122 acres at Kapoho, 78 at Kamaili and Soo at Puua; 135 acres iu fee
(irlf1f Ifllllt flirt Kiln twin !c Inoculmlil '11. - .. 1 T 1 .
,,e & 'r "'n r i n,ni. fr U9- 5)- CT0h
25'3 , ?creh ' Vn,,n,"a .I),ant caiu- ba(11' " need of first stripping; if
carw. for nmV) ht, saySi lt W protluce 30 tons per , ,- , 8
Bcres first long rattoons (Lahaiua) also needing stripping. He found
about 200 acres abandoned, and is now cultivating 8- acres Receiver
pfotenhauer has decided to spend the limited aniount'of money allowed
1 i,jm j caring for the fields of cane above mentioned; he deemed the ex-
pendiiure of funds on the 1906 crop justifiable in order to suply seed
cane for prospective purchasers of the plantation, without which the cane
proposition as a whole mighi prove less attractive. The intention of the
company has always been to erect its own mill, says the report, and the
jsite selected is located on the south side of the Green Lake hill, near
i Puua station, which is convenient and will afford an ample water supply.!
and .suffered great agony before her
German steamer Kmma. coal laden.
The Russians are offering fabulous
Two business blocks of this city were
have sunk three ships of the Russian
prepared to meet an onslaught of the
battle. Hopes are entertained in
Port Arthur may hold out until the
Pfotenhauer recommends the