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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, NQVRMHHR i, 1904.
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ENGLAND AROUSED OVER RUSSIAN INSULT
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of peclBcil period will 1 clurijeil If con
Drs. Grace aiid Irwin
During tlie absence of Dr. J J. Or.u-e
Dr. Irwin's office hours will be:
9:00 to 11:00 a. m., iyo to jioo .mil 7:30
to H:oo i m.
Sundays: oxw to 11:00 a m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
Dr. John Holland
Office, Corner of King unit l'ilin.iu Streets
Residence, Waiauiteitue St., near Pitnnn
S to 10 a. til., 2 to 3 ami 7 to S p. 111.
In the Circuit Court or Die Pourtli Circuit,
Isluml nml Territory ol Hawaii.
At Cha.mukrs In Kjiuitv.
Chen, Hhowk, Plaintiff, )
II. I.. Williams, Dkfknkant. )
In pursuunce of the decree made and
Filtered in the alxive entitled action by
I Inuoiuble Charles F. Parsons, Indue of
the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
bearing date September 20, 1904, I, the
undersigned, the Receiver in said ordt-i
and decree named, will sell nt public
auction to the highest bidden, at the
Court House. Hilo, Hawaii, on THt'KS
DAY the FIRST DAY OF DF.CKM1IF.R, 1
A. I)., 1904, at 13 o'clock noon, the prop
erty directed in said order to be sold, 1
which is described us follows:
Leasehold of 700 acres of land at Ka- Tur rTAD A Oft I nPI7CQ
polio. Puna, willi option on same for I THE CZAR APOLOGIZES.
twenty.five years' renewal, together with St. Petersburg. Rtissiit, Oct. 26. lCtnperor Nicholas has telegraphed
WHlweluwela springs and the right to : i,;,wnl,i expressing legret for the action of the Baltic fleet in firing
Trademarks and Copyrights of the
PREMIER BALFOUR REGARDS
INCIDENT AS NATIONAL INSULT
BRITAIN'S DEMANDS UNKNOWN. Honolulu. Oct. 26. Police Clerks Dow and Mossinan have been
London, Kng., Oct. 2;. The Hritish demands on Russia have not arrested Tor embezzlement.
been published. Ambassador Benckettdoift hns expressed the icgret ol
lus country for the incident.
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HIGH SHERIFF'S SUBORDINATES
CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT
W. II. SMITH
C. M. LKI1LONI)
UBlond & Smith
IUwnll.il, Jaiianev:, ami Clilncae Iiiterpietert,
und Notary l'ublic In Office.
Office: Skvkkanck Huii.uinc:,
Opposite Cour ll6ue. II1I.O. HAWAII
J. CASTI.K RtlXtWAV TllOS. C. RlDC.WAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
' ' ATTOKNUYS-AT-I.AW
solicitors or I'.itents General Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
uhFICK: WUuueiiue iul llrlilue MrccU
KKAI, ESTATE, ETC.
I. 13. RAY
ATTORNKY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
upon Knglish fishing boats off Spurn II. ad
ENCLISH RESENTMENT ALLAYED.
I London, Kug., Oct. 26. The assurances on the part of the Czar that
complete reparation will be made nllnys in a measure the resentment
lover the firing upon British fishermen.
I SITUATION EMBARRASSINC TO RUSSIA.
j St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 27. Tli failute (if Admiral Rojestven
sky's report 'to arrive, explaining the fiction of the Haltic "fleet in firing
Carbouator I "P011 'Mlgl'SU lisniug noats, is viuii;irui'-mg. ii i expteicu uui.iy.
SAW JAPANESE TOHPEDO BOATS.
Vigo, Spain, Oct. 27. Admiral Rojc-lvensky explains regarding the
attack on the Hiitish tiawlers, which ho claims was accidental. Two
torpedo boats appeared, which he thought were Japanese. They were
fired upon and the fishermen beyond wete not seen. He was unable at
the time to discover that any damage h.id been done. However, he(be
lieved the Czar would satisfy Kugluiid.
I bottling house, 20x40 ft.
1 engine house, 12x12 ft.
1 two-story lank house, 14x14x30 ft.
1 dwelling house, 4 rooms und kitchen.
I duelling house, 2 rooms and kitchen.
1 stable and barn, 24x30 ft.
2 Japanese buildings.
1 1'airb.iuks Morse, 2'j h. p. gasoline
1 Twitchell's President
and Gasometer. J
1 Kmpire Labelling Machine.
1 Golding Washing Machine and
1 Tuft's Generator.
I Crown Soda Machine.
1 auto spnrkcr.
2 Hudson bottling tables.
2 1000 gallon tanks, galvanized.
I 1000 gallon tank, redwood.
1 2000 gallon tank, redwood,
1 Could s iieep well pump.
75,000 notllcs, more or les
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accessories. .iv me iimicumcii.
The same to be offered as a whole, and niiccTinw
if 110 purchaser be found, to be Mild piece ' A QUESTION
by piece, on the above, date or at a post-1 Si pele,s)Urc Kussin, Oct
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J. K. KI.DKRTS.
Receiver of II. I.. Williams & Co.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 1, 1904. 50 41
RUSSIAN ADMIRAL WAS ATTACKED.
Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 27. Admiral Kojestvensky's
,000 bottles, more or les-. I St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 27. Admiral
afting, belting, pulleys, tools, car- dares that his fleet was attacked bv lv". ton
.WnrSlU'AlhS ! o..e. the other escaping. The flc'tceas
toipedo boats. He thinks he
ceased firing when the officers
Herbert M. Dow has been confidential clerk to High ShcrifT Hrown
and a tt listed employe of the Department for fourteen years. Harry C.
Mossman has been Deputy Sheriff Chilliugsworth's chief clerk, who,
when his accounts were found to be short by Auditor Fisher, produced
the nionev from a back room, amounting to over $200. Altogether
Mossman found 5610 of police funds not in the safe.
CLERK DOW EXONERATED.
Honolulu, Oct. 28. The embezzlement case against Dow was1 dis
Price Advances on Refined Sugar.
New York, Oct. 29. All grades of refined sugar have advanced five
cents a hundred.
Death in Colorado Coal Mine.
1 1 rimdad, Col., Oct. 29. A coal mine explosion hns occurred at
J Tervis, killing between thirty and sixty men. The mine is now burning
and the bodies will be cremated, as there is 110 hope of rescue.
Russia's Complications With Germany.
Herlin, Germany, Oct. 28.--It has developed that the Russian war
ships fired at some German fishing boats off Jutland.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
M. Wachs 1). D. S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, I to 4.
W. H. BEERS
(Knglish nud Hawaiian)
Commission and Itusiuess Agent.
Will Act as Administrator. Guardian and
Kxecutor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. K. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. LeBaron (iurncv
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FOR HAGUE TRIBUNAL.
28 Admiral Rojestvensky's report is
received here with sympathy and confidence of amicable settlement. As
the mystery is not cleared, however, the outcome will probably be a
reference of the report to the arbitration Uibttnal at the Hague to ascer
tain the truth. It is believed England will accept the explanation with
life suggestion that Rojestvensky be lepo.sed, which will not be ac
CABINET TO DECIDE ENGLAND'S POLICY.
Loudon, Eug., Oct. 28. Notwithstanding the diplomatic correspond
ence caused by Rojestvensky's report, England is pi eparing for hostile
possibilities. Great naval activity continues. The Mediterranean fleet
is hastening to Gibraltar. The report by Russia of the incident is re
ceived with incredulity and the Cabinet meets at noon.
Democratic Sphinx Will Speak.
speeches in the
New York, Oct. 27. Parker has decided to make
States of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.
New York's Postmaster Dead.
New Yorli", Oct. 20. Postmaster Van Cock is dead.
A Successful Airship.
a public meet-
numirai was romancing wneu ne saio me
p.m. , SUNDAY.
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4:ooar..Moutit. V'w..ar 9:45
4!l5lar... Glenood...lv 9:30
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BRITISH FEELING AROUSED.
Southampton, Eng., Oct 29. Halfour, in addressing
tug, declared that the Russian
Baltic fleet had been attacked bv tornedo boats off the coast of hnirlaud.
s'to :5o According to his version, the action of the Russian fleet is an attack on
I the national honor and an insult to the British people. The Premier
a.m. p.m. said two inquiries had come from the coroner's inquest and from the Hull
Board of Trade regarding the propriety of examining Russian officers.
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BISHOP & CO.i
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 26. The airship Baldwin of San Kniiciscn
made a successful flight of ten miles yesterday.
Torpedo Boats Pass Brest.
Brest, France, Oct. 25. Three Russian torpedo boats and collier passed
Ushant. Two Russian transports arrived here.
Speedy Justice to Damon's Slayer.
Honolulu, Oct. 26. Jose Miianda was executed today, the trap being
sprung at 10:53 o'clock this morning. Life was extinct sixteen and one
half minutes later. The prisoner exhibited a wonderful nerve and was
composed to the last.
LJose Miranda, a Porto Rican, stabbed and killed S. Kdward Damon,
son of S. M. Damon, and 11 member of Bishop & Co., bankeis, on the
night of September 27th, on tlm Moaualua road, near Honolulu, Driv
ing home about 7 o'clock on the evening in question Damon overtook
Miranda and two companions, a Porto Rican woman and boy. Miranda
was carrying a lantern, which it was customary to have placed 011 the
toadside by Mr. Damon's servants, and which the Porto Rican refused
to deliver up when so directed by Damon. The latter iumned out of tin?
buggy to take the lantern away from the Porto Rican, and during the
scuflle Miranda drove a long knife into Damon's side, causing death
within a few hours. The assassin was apprehended, promptly indicted
for murder, tiied and convicted. The execution occurred twenty-eight
days after the commission of the crime.
Registered at Volcano House.
The following guests were registered at the Volcano House durinir
the week: Miss Gertrude Thayer, Miss Mabel Thayer, San Rafael,
Cal.; Miss Katherine McQueen, Honolulu; Geo. S. Howell. Jr., Pasa
dena, Cal.; G. II. Gere, Hilo; Senator John T. Brown, Hilo; Delegate
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Chefoo, China, Oct. 26.--TI.C simmer Washing struck a floating minel ?, " ?:" v ,, t' " Vi , "0U,"H - ? ' esia,
'near Altneste Islands. Two Chinese nn.-semrers were killed and three ' . "'".'. "'?-. uc.uiuc 1 iiu, j.os Angeles;
! injured by the explosion. The Rushing reached Wei Hai Wei badly
Russians Are Driven Back.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 29. The Japanese have captured the fortified
Russian position a't Waiao-.han Hill by a despeiale attack. The Run-1
sians have retreated to Siiakhe. The Russian Iosn was 200 and th.it of 1
the Japanese 100.
Viceroy Alexieff Recalled. I
Chefoo, China, Oct. 29. It is repoitetl that Alcxiefl'has been recalled
am! has depaited for St. Poteisbuig.
To Protect British Shipping.
The Channel Fleet has been ordered to
I Hxciirsion tickets between all points ' Gibraltar, Spain, Oct. 27.
I are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good sail tomorrow,
returning, until the following .Mondavi rr .,,. 1 ., ,!,. , r w 1 , T ,
100ll h i Oreat Bntaiu's Channel Meet, 111 command of Vice-Admiral Lord
1 Commutation ticl-els. uood for twenty-, Charles Beresford, consists of the battleships Hannibal, Jupiter, Mag
five rides between any two points, ami nificent. Mniestie. Mars and Prince Georue. and cruisers Doris. Hermes.
nPILOINO I thousand mile tickets are sold at very , n0Re Pactolus, Prometheus and Sutlej. It is one of the best equipped
V. H. LAMKHRT, squadrons or the Royal Navy. J
Steamer Wrecked by Mine.
II. Lambert, Hilo; Miss Gertrude Tutt. Los
! Rev. Stephen Alencaster, H. C. Austin, Honolulu; W. G. Irwin, Ho
iiiolulu; J. A. Buck, Sau Francisco. Weather: Clear and cold. A few
, In accordance with the rules of the
. tioual Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complet stock of
Trauuict a General Hanking ami Kx
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
CrettitisMieil, available in all the principal
e.tieso i,e world. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Special attention given to the business I
eutrusted to us by our friends of the other 1'ixtures, Shades, Table, Iletl and Desk
lilauds, either as Deposits, Collections Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Tusurai'ce or requests for Kxchaupe,
Fan Motors . . . $15
n1 Japan's Casualties at Shakhe, 15,879.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 25 General Oyaina repot Is the Japanese casual
ties at 'Shakhe river at 1 s.789.
Kuropatkin at Head oi Army.
Kuropatkin has been made
Last Week of Campaign.
UV DAY, WKF.K OR MONTH.
Neat und newly fitted. Cenlrallv and
pleasantly loctted on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
1'jciug 011 Court House ami Hilo Hotel
Parks.' A (iniet, pleav.iut retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
To Reinforce Baltic Fleet.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 25. Geneial
1 Commander-in-Chief of the Russian army.
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8 1
Sewing Machine Motor 20'
1'ower lor operating tiiein i a mount 1
Installation charged extra. Cronstadt, Russia, Oct. 25. The Russian cruisers Oleg and I.umund
1 lint'i, U'liliwl In initl Iiu Itnllin flpi.t
Kstimates furnished on all classes ot I
Hlectrical Work and Contracts taken' to TO BUY
install apparatus complete. St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct
. . chased the Chilean navy and these ships will join the Baltic squadron
Notick Neither the Masters nor at the Aoies. .. ,, .
Agent of vess-ls of the "Matson Line" COAL FOR THE FLEET.
will be respoiihible for any dehtb con- yj ttyai,,, Oct. 25. Nine colliers are at this poit awaiting the arri-
Eft. l,le creWi " '' (,UAK,)- val of the Russian squadron. The Spanish warships will protect the
illlo, April 10,1901, 34. neutrality of the port.
The Republican candidates will make their last tour of the district
this week, ending their campaign on next Monday night with simulta
neous meetings at Hilo and Waiakea. Thepaity of Republican .spell,
bindeis consists of Jas. D. Lewis, Carl S. Smiih, V. II. Sliipiuau and
Antoue Fernandez, The schedule for the week is as follows:
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I MO p. Ill,
15. It is reported tnat Kussia lias pur-
7:00 p. in., kukaiau.
8:00 a. 111.. 011 the road.
7:00 p. 111., Laupahoehoe.
4:00 p. in., Pepeekeo (niauka StouO.
fi;.V) P. m.. Olaa, 1 vMile Cliuicli.
l'tiday, November 4 7:00 a. tn., Kapolm, Puna.
2:00 p. in., Kith.iiiele.i, Puna.
, 7:00 p. in., Kal.ipana, Puna.
Saturday, November 5 10:00 a. 111, , Opihikao, Puna.
2:00 p. 111., Kauiahiku Road, Pahoa.
y:oo a. m., Koiie, Puna.
7:00 p 111., Waiakea Pavilion and Hilo
Hotel Gi omuls, ,
Tuesday, November" 1
Wednesday, November 2 . .
Ihursday, November 3...
Sunday, Novembei (..
Monday, November 7.
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