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Tllli WISDOM 01' YES-TKKDAY-THK
NF.WS OF TI1F. WORLD
FOR HUSY PEOI'LK.
HILO, HAWAII, HAWA'IIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOBKR 25, 1904.
JjC -fflilo (vilmm Korolver's Sale.
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Ililo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
Publisher mid l'loitlctur.
PretlJeiit - C. C, Ki'nnki
Vlec-PresldeM - H- E. KiaiAXDr
iecttmry'ltejuter ... J. Cahii.k Kiihiwai
Auditor A. K. Sutton
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AdvertteiuctitKitlcoiitlmied before eiplratlon )AY
of pccinril urrloil will he cliarKeil II con- i I)
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In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Island and Territory ol Hawaii, I
At Ciiamiikks In Koj'itv.
CliCII. liKOWN, l'LAINTIPH, )
II. I.. WlI.I.IAMS, DKI'KNIIANT. ) ;
III pursuance of the decree made ami '
entered ill the above entitled action liy I
Honorable Charles F. Parsons, Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
hearing date September 20, 1004. I, the
undersigned, the Receiver in said order
and decree named, will sell nt public
BROWN'S REMOVAL CAUSES SENSATION
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(Ily Wireless to Tim TiuiitiNU.)
jimccuiniMiilnl bv specific I auction to the highest, bidders at the
.1 until ot.ierr.i out. Cmrt House nj,0j Hawaii, oil TIIURS-
luiied Tor lull term
THE HIGH SHERIFF AND EIGHTY THOUSAND KILLED AND
GOVERNOR CARTER DISAGREE WOUNDED IN TEN DAYS' FIGHT
Honolulu, Oct. 21. High Sheriff Brown and Deputy' ,.,,.,.,..,. .-...: ,...., .
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Ol Until armies exhausted. The losses duriinr tin. Wi 1,.,, ,ini-' li-.nl,. .,,
YtiieHiKSTi)AYOi'i)KCiMiiKK.iCliillini!Svortli resigned today as the result of difference
1)., 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, the prop- . . 1 - r t ,,,.,.,
f directed in said order to be sold, i opinion betWCCll HrowU 111(1 CiOVCrilOl Lnrter. Wllllfl
Drs. Grace and Irwin
which is described as follows: rT r 1 -m . . .. r i.. 1 1 :...i ir: 1.
Leasehold of 700 acres oflaud at K. 1 1 iciny, iornicriy rrisuii waiuun, n u uwh a itnmwi niun
,!"i,.?.'1""B:.. "iVL?.!!!i?,,, ?" !!?.",.c...i I Sheriff, ami C. Hatter, a Pinkcrton detective cnimccd hv
UI'HIUK llOttKS! m ' 7 1 ! ,? 11 n i ,1 . . 1- 1 i
Durlni; the absence of Dr. 1.1. Orace ,7. "" V""., " ! 1 " " h ;iini:i .ieviri.ii imniuih Ku iu ui u.in; ijuiiv:i: uiuuiuu.-,
Dr. Irwiu'.s ofllce hours will be: ( Trademarks an
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1-ionolulu, Uct. 2d. At tne request ot the Republican
to 8:oo l M.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a M.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
Dr. John Holland
Office, Corner of King and ritinaii Street.
Residence, Waianuenue Su, near Pitman
S to to a. 111., 3 to i and 7 to 8 p. 111.
d Copyrights of the I here, appointed as Deputy.
ikua Volcano Mineral I . . .
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W. It. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
HtHtlliit, Japanese, ami Clilucxr Intcrpictcri,
' and Notary I'ublic In Office.
Office: Srvkranch IIoildinc,
OppoilleCour Ilou.c. HII.O, HAWAII
J. CASTtK RlDRWAV TllOS. C. RlDOWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
iollcltort or Patent Oeneral I,aw 1'ractlct
Notary Public in Office.
IHFICII: Waianuenue anil llriilKe Strreta
KEAI. ESTATE, ETC.
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
, 1 boltliiiK house. 20x40 ft.
1 engine house, 12x12 ft.
J 1 two-story tank house, 14x14x30 ft.
1 1 dwelling house, 4 rooms and kitchen.
1 1 dwelling house, 2 rooms and kitchen.
I 1 stable and barn, 24x30 ft.
I 2 Japanese buildings.
t l'airlianks Alorse, lt U. p. .tsollue
1 Twitchell's President Curbonator
1 Kmpire Labelling Machine.
1 OoldiiiK Washing Machine and
1 Tuft's Generator.
1 Crown Soda Machine.
1 auto sparker.
2 Hudson lMttliiK tables.
2 1000 gallon tanks, galvanized.
t 1000 gallon tank, redwood.
1 2000 gallon tank, redwood.
1 Gould's deep well pump.
75,000 bottles, more or les.
Shafting, belling, pulleys, tools, car
boys, acid, laliels, stoppers, covers, horse,
spring wagon, harness, saddles, and other
The same to be offered as a whole, and
if no purchaser be found, tn be sold piece
by piece, on the above date or at a post
poned time ami place 011 the said date
J. K. KLDRRTS,
Receiver of II. L. Williams & Co.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. I, 1904. 50-41
liilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
III effect Jul 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxctpt Sunday.
M. Wachs D. D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4.
W. H. BEERS
(.English ami Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guurdian and
Kxecutor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Orfice with I. K. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. LeBaron Gurney
PR OM PTLY I?X F.ctrn; D
OPPOSITE SPRF.CKKLS' IlUILniNG
2:3olv Hilo ar
3:10 ar Keaau ar
3:25 ar... Iferndale.,.ar
3:50 ar..Monnt. V'w.,ar
4:10 ar.. GIenwoo(l..,lv
3:30 ar Keaau ar
lv Hilo ar
ar..Pahoa J linear
ar l'alioa ar
ar..l'ahoa J linear
ar Puna lv
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oauu, H. I.
Central Committee, W. T. Rawlins was on Saturda' appointed
Deputy Sheriff, with C. Hatter as adviser. Great excitement
prevails 011 this island over the removal of High Sheriff
Brown and Deputy Sheriff Chillingsworth. It is generally
conceded the Governor's action will result in the election of
Cecil Brown as Senator and others'on the Democratic ticket.
Public opinion is divided, with the majority in favor of Sher
iffs Brown and Chillingsworlh. The election will surely be
affected as a result of the removals.
Honolulu, Oct. 24. Later An investigation of the affairs
of Deputy .Sheriff Chillingsworth's office indicates an unsus
pected shortage in that branch of lc police department. It
is alleged that missing money has been paid on tax cases
and po proper returns or vouchers appear to have been made.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
New York, Oct. 2.1. 96 cenlriftiKals, 4.25; per Inn, $85.00; 88
Analysis beets, 11s 'd.
Honolulu, Oct. 24. Kitiau bookings tip to 2 p. tn. today were as
follows: Mrs. R. Lishnian, I'nthcr Aloys and boy, Father Paul, Father
Adrian, Father Ulrieh, Father Otto, Father Maxitne, O. 11. McClellan,
W. Ci. Oiaconietz, A. Ihitnburfc, A. M. A.fite, F. J. Cross, Mrs. II.
Martin, J. A. Scott, Dr. 0. E, Wall, J. F. Howell, J. W. Mason. Mbs
E. l'eck, I.. H. Thompson, Thco. Wolf, Mrs. V. A. Fetter, Miss C. I).
Baltic Fleet Divided.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 18. Apart of the Hallic fleet will sail
for the Orient by way of Suez and a part by the Cape of Good Hope.
A.M Sunday. P.M.
9:00 lv Hilo urj 4:50
9:20 ar...Ulaa Altll...ar 4:30
10:05 ar.. l'alioa June 4:00
10:25' ar I'aboa ar 3:40
10:45; ar..l'alioa Juiicar 3.20
1 1 :o5 ar Puna lv 3:00
F.xcursion tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, uood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. I.AMBHRT,
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
WESTERN CRUISE OF RUSSIAN FLEET.
torpedo boats arrived
Cherbourg, France, Oct. 24. Four Russian
Dover, England, Oct. 24. The Russian fleet
Portsmouth, England, Oct. 24. The ships of the Russian
searching merchantmen ofl the Isle of Wight.
Hull, England, Oct. 24. The Russian fleet fired upon a flotilla of
fishing boats Iuiday, two hundred miles oil Sperm Head. 1 he I raw
lereorale was sunk. The shipper and men killed. Oilier boats were
Troops Suffer From Cold.
Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 23. Kuropatkin is fortifying Hunhn.
The weather is very cold. The troops are suffering.
nn estimate places the killed and wounded at 80,000
Cessation of Fighting.
St. Petersburg. Russia, Oct. 20. The Russians have caused
pension ol lighting. General Kuropatkin will return to Htinho.
Miikdt'ii, Manchuria. Oct. 21. Dense fog conceals both armies.
iigining going on.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 18. The battle at Mukden has not given decided
advantage to either army. lioth armies are exhausted by the terrific
An English Bishop Dead.
London, Oct. 20. The Rt. Rev. Hishop of Huron is dead.
Honolulu Physician Dies of Typhoid.
Honolulu, Oct. 20. Dr. W. S. Noblitt died last night of typhoid
Legislative Assembly to Meet.
Tokio, Japan. Oct. 20. The Japanese Diet will convene Monday,
Will Brave Miasmic Dangers.
Washington, I). C, Oct, 21. It has been decided by the Navy" De
partment to retain the United States marines at Panama.
Conviction of An Extortioner.
New York, Oct. 19. Weinsttmer has been convicted of extortion.
Senator Proctor Re-Elected.
Montpclicr, Vermont, Oct.
to the United States Senate.
19 . Redfiuld Proctor has been re-elected
Japanese Driven Back.
Russia, Oct. 22. The Japanese have evacuated
JAP TORPEDO BOATS ACTIVE.
, Japanese torpedo boats have been
Jossiet Hay, Russia, Oct.
sighted off Gaskcvich Bay.
Transact a General Hanking and Kx
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
CreditisMied, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
talcum aiicimuii ivcu iu uic uuaiui.ro
entrusted to us by our friends of the other 1 Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
islands, eitner as weposits, collections Lamps, etc., alwoys on hand
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Insurance or requests for Hxchauge.
Killing Armenians Again.
The Kurds have killed over thirtv Armenians
Episcopal Divorce Canon.
Hoston, Mass., Oct. 21. The House of Deputies of the Episropnl
Convention has adopted a compromise canon on di voice, permitting the
remarriage of innocent party after one year.
Suffer Awful Slaughter.
i Fan Motors
Cheefoo, China, Oct. 21. It is estimated that 50,000 Japanese have
$16 ! been killed befoie Port Arthur.
BY DAY, WF.F.K OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
an Motors, swivel frame 18 I
owing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them f I a month
Installation charged extra.
F.stituates furnished on ull classes ol
PITMAN STREET F.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST. , Install apparatus complete.
Facing 011 Court House and Hilo Hotel ,
Parks. A ,et pleasant retreat. j NoTICNeUler lhe MlerB uor
iertnsrteasontthle. j Agent of vessels of the "Mutton Line-
will be responsible for uuv debts con
f p DD A nCU A ltructed by the crew. R. J OUARI),
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A Great Battle Imminent.
Proprietor. 43 I Hilo, April 16, 190J,
Mukden, Manchtitia, Oct. 18. The Russians are holding the ground
gained at Shakhe and have captuietl several Maxim guns.
Oku's Headquaitcrs, Manchuria, Oct. 19. The Japanese advance, is
ten miles south of Mukden.
London, Ort. 22. Another great battle is imminent
are taking the oflenslve at Shakhe nver
St. Petersburg. Russia. Oct. 19. The Japanese attack 011 the Russian
forces at I.oiie Tree Hill has been repulsed. The Russian cavalry cap
tured two guns.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 19. The attacks on the Japanese center have been
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 18. The Russians are advancing against
ths Japanese left flank, which has been driven back with heavy losses.
Torrential rains are hindering the operations.
Tokio. Japan, Oct. 18. The Russians repulsed a Japanese detach
ment under Yamada, capturing fourteen guns. Fighting was desperate,
General Yamada finally succeeding in regaining lost position.
Siege at Port Arthur.
London, Oct. iS. Japanese shells have sunk the cruisci Haysui in the
haibor of Port Arthur.
For Russian Fleet.
Cardiff, Wales, Oct. 18. Half a million tons of coal am to be shipped
from here on Russian account.
News From Prize Ring.,
New York, Oct. 18. Young Corbett and Jabez White, the English
champion, have been matched to fight.
I.os Angeles, CaL, Oct. iS. Jack Johnson defeated Denver Martin in
the second round.
Killed by Mad Bull.
Honolulu, Oct. 18. Hill Daly, hack drivei, was struck by a bull be
ing driven down Richards street, and violently thiowu to the ground,
suffering a fracture at the base of the brain. He will probably die.
Honolulu, Oct. 20. Daly died yesterday.
Edwin Rose Gets One Year.
Honolulu, Oct. 18. Edwin Rose plead guilty and was sentenced to
day to one year's imprisonment.
Kdwiti Rose is the Hilo boy who was arrested at Delawaie Break
water upon his arrival there on the ship Susquehanna in August last for
the larceny of a $7 panama hat from the mails while a clerk in the local
postofllce. The hat was found in his possession. He was brought to
Honolulu and plead guilty to the indictment, being sentenced Tuesday
morning by Judge Dole for one year, that being the smallest penalty of
the law for such offenses.
Delegate Kuhio's Program. -
Aqcording to the present program, Delegate Kuhio will leave inline-
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mutely iipim mi iii 1 ivui uy me rvinaii Wednesday aiiemoon lor l'alioa
The Japanese to addtess n meeting of Puna voters. He speaks Thursday at 3:30 p. m.
ai rapaiKou ,-scuooinouse ami 7:30 p. m. at Watakea; Friday he starts for
St. Petersbuig, Russia, Oct. 22. Twenty thousand additional troops Jfnu'a.,,(l !"-'"' at Pahala at 7 p. 111.5 Saturday addresses a meeting at
will reach Harbin within three weeks. wniimiiui mm mincitiy 11 1 uonuapo, wlien
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 21. -The Russians have been reinforced with
000 men. A total of six divisions now confront the Japanese.
he leaves on the Manna I;oa,
Loudon, Oct. 20. Admiral Eansittart is dead.
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