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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER S,( 1904.
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II!li Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
I'lil.ll.li.-i- ami I'lupllflors
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'nblic Lands Xotinl
n-tii uctiun- iiisettvil until ur.W.re.1 .ml
On S.tttr.lny. December 3fd, iuo, ut
11 o'clock iiiHJit. nt the front entrance lo
the Jndi.-iary building, llininliilii, will he
sold nt public miction:
23 3S acres Kula hind, situated nt Pun
w.tiiwiin, N". Ivumi, llnwnii; up et price.
.V,s7 K! W. M xkhi'i 1 f 57 Terms: Cash, V. 8. Oold Coin.
l-'or nlnns mill further particulars, apply
Mii.ccimi.uHc.i iiv iiciiu 'i tit. Depi rlnuMit ol rulilic Dunn, ju-
diciirv HuiUing. Honolulu, or Lnu.l
.. I. K. Klt'HAKIir
A. I. Sen OS
DESPERATE ONSLAUGHT ON PORT ARTHUR
RUSSIAN STRONGHOLD DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE
WITHSTANDS ATTACK ARRESTS CHAS. NOTLEY
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..f iitrcitlnl iktIihI lll Ik- chat(!t.lV If cmi- Olhce. Hilo, Ilnw.-lH
loiucil f.i lull trrtn.
Drs.G nice and Irwin
oi'i'int minus: i
During the iilm-ncc of Mr. J. J.Orncc (
Dr. Irwin'i office lioufs will Ik-: j
u:.ki to n:oo ,. m.. 1:30 lo 3:00 md 7:3c
to S:oo I-. M. '
Sundaes: ij:oo to 11:00 v m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
JAS. V. PRATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Houolnln. II. T., Nov. 1st, I9. 2-4
Tokio, Japan, Nov. t. A general attack on
October 26th ami still continues. y
Tokio. Japan, Nov. a. The official rt-ports from
continual Japanese advance
Pott Artlnii begin on
Port Attlnir show
Concrete Arch Culvert
and Approaches at Ka
ieie (Jiilch, Soiilh llilo,
Ilonolnln, Oct. 4. Chns. Notley, Home Riilecandidttr for Delegate
to Congress, was arrested in Honolulu on Friday lor criminal libel against
Curtis 1'. Innkca, Democratic candidate. The aliened libel is said to
have occurred in the, Kuako.t Home Ruin, of which Notlev is editor, and
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,. ,.', , :.. v.. . Ti,cii..niimi nt Pnri At ilmr is n- imiKes cnnrge.s imu iniiKea mane way witn 4 5,000 wane collector oi
ganled as .serious. It is believed that General Nogi has timed the assault -"" ' Honolulu.
so that he innv be able to announce the fnll tomorrow in celebration of RQhlihliPTn FloPtinil Roto
the Mikado's birthday and the annivetsary of the accession of hinpernr, nCJJUUIIUall UICUUUII DClO.
Nicholas. ' ! New York., Nov. 3. The betting here is 4 to 1 on the election of
Chefoo, China, Nov. 3 The assault on 1'oit Arthur continues, and 1 Roosevelt as President, and even bets are made that he will carry New
the fall of Ihe stronghold is imminent.
Dr. John Holland
Arbitration Agreeable to Germany.
1 Proposals will be received nt the nnlec J Herlin, Oeiuiaiiy. Nov. 3. The German jOoveriiment favors the
Office, Corner of King and Piltnan Slreits ol tlie .snpcrinumient 01 riimic Mrks, Miieric.iu piupu-.ni 1.11 ..11 ......" .-...,.
'IVloniioiK- jo. ' until 12 o'clock in. of November 1.1, Iooj, f
Uesldence, W.u.innenne St., near Pitman , t-l)r constructing ;i Concrete Arch Culvert
TeUphoni- 16. , . .,,. ...i.... ... i-.jcj,. Gnlcb. District
llilif,. 1 ImirM! - - - , i
S to to a. in., l lo ,1 mill 7 to S p. m.
v. II. SMITH
C. M. I.HIII.ONI)
LeBlond & Smith
of Public Works, Ilonolnln, and with V.
I 15. Richards, Agent Public Works I)e-
Iparlnjent, llilo, Il.iwiiii, copies of which
will nlurirlsheil intending bidders on
receipt of &;.(), which sum ,will be re-
inrnrdiiitenilinu bidder nftcr he has1 dc
llnwnllaii, Jhihiichc, iiihI -Ii Iiiim.- Iiilcrinitern, ,,osjlcl s bid nnd returned the plins.
uml Notnry rubllc In Office. ' . ... i ,i '
Propovils innt be submitted on the
Oir.ce: SitVKKASCU MNO. ,1,.U fonns. which will be furnished by
OjMHj.lleCo.ir lloi.se. IHI.O. IIAW1I , . s1M!rlllc,Mlell ()f ,,,,
J. CASTI.H RU.OWAV THUS. C. RllMJWAV "" "'"l 'C' " WJ'' 'n
J ' lopo nddtesseil to Hon. C. h. llollowny,
? ilrriro-vr ir I? irln'WMV ' Snnerinlenilent of Public Works, Mono.
IV lit' V CL J. A.-V..w..v.
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Japanese Lose Heavily.
of South llilo, Hawaii, T. II. , fMIPrn fM,in. Xnv . The Titpaiifsc lo-ises ill the last assault upon
Plans nnd seclficaiions arc on file nt ' pnr Arthur were heavier than before. The bombardment shook the
the office ofthe AssMant Superintendent streels f D.ilnv. over thirtv miles away, like an earthquake.
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Chefoo, China, Nov. 4. It is reported fro in Dilny that 40,000 Japan
ese have been killed or wounded in the'altacks oil Port Arthur during
the last three mouths.
London, Nov. 4.
wounded in the leg.
General Sloessel Wounded.
It is icported that General Stoessel has been
Baltic Fleet at Tangier.
Tangier, Morocco, Nov. 3. Admiral Rojestvcusky has ant veil with
'the battleship squadron.
tnlicttorx ol l-.itcnlH tlriieral !.. l'rnclici
NVary Public in Office.
,il'l'iei: wni.oiiiemit ami Ilrlilce Stnets
Little Fighting at Mukden.
Mukden, Manchuria, Nov. 3. The skirmishing and cannonading con-
itK.vi, kstati:, i:tc.
lulu, T. II., endorsed "Proposal for Cou-
Crete Arch Culvert and Approaches nt
I Kaicie Oulch, District of South llilo,
, Hawaii, T. II."
I-.IICII propos.ll niusi column uic 11111 ,. . .... .,,., I,- Mb,.,, nlnnr.
name ol the parly or parties making the' . i."i ' ""H.'B-- - " 1
' same and nil persons interested therein, j Berlin, Germany, Nov. 3. The rageblait's correspondent wit h kiiro-,
mid must be accompanied by .1 certified paiKin S army iciegrapns i.iniiue iui,u .... ,.-,......,. .....
is daily becoming: stronger, r.xpert.-. ueiicveiiuu uu-ie wm ..c .. nnut
engagement before spring. 1
York. New Jersey, Connecticut! and Indiana.
Republicans Will Control.
New Yoik, Nov. 2. In the opinion of Senator Phut, the Republicans
will carry the State. Judge Parker spoke twice in this city last night
and will go to Connecticut! today.
New York,. Nov. 4.-Congressman Habcock, chairman of the Repub
lican Congressional Campaign Committee," claims that the Republicans
will elect at least 203 members of the next House of Representatives.
Republicans Expect to Carry California.
San Francisco, Cal., Nov. 3. The Republicans claim the State of
California by 50.000 and will elect all the Congressmen. The Democra's
make 110 estimate.
Parker Speaks in Connecticutt.
Bridgeport, Conn., Nov. 3. Candidate Parker has arrived heie. He
will make three speeches in the State.
The Paris Tribunal to Meet.
Palis, V ranee, Nov. 4. The arbitrators 111 connection with the Russian
North Sea incident will meet here about the 16th.
Airship Goes Astray.
Baldwin's airship has eacaped and was last
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs 1). I). S
Office Hours: 9 to 12, I to 4.
check of.s'. of the aiiioiint of the pro
posal, payable to C. S. Holloway, Superin
tendent of Public Wntks, as surely that
if the proposal be accepted a contract
1 will be euteu-d into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works and delivered at the office of the
Siipi-intendent of Public Works previous
to 12 o'clock in. on the day specified.
'St. Louis, Mo., Nov
seen going north.
St. Louts, Mo., Nov
3- The missing Baldwin airship has been found.
Filipino Rebel Gives Up.
has been in revolt, has
I Manila, P. I., Nov. 3. The Datto AH, who
ptoposed to surrender.
Japanese Battleship Lost.
Paris, I'rancc, Nov. 3. It is officially confirmed that the Japanese
battleship Yashima was sunk off the port of Dalny in June. She struck
a mine. Japan has hitherto concealed the news.
This announcement causes surprise, but demonstrates the remarkable n,ajoiity of from sixty to seventy, a gain of at least fifteen
The Liberal Party Wins.
Ottavvrt, Canada, Nov. 3. The Government has been re-elected bv a
censorship by Japan over the press dispilchcs which are permitted to go
out. The loss of the Yashima. if true, nreatly weakens Japan's nival
The Superiiiiende.it reserves the right ; strength, and leaves Admiral Togo with only four battleship, besides
Iter cruisers, tocomoat me name ueei upon us 11rnv.11 in jii11.11u.-11: .uv:..
The withholding of the facts of the disaster since June shows the finesse
of the Admiralty offic at Tokio.
to reject any or all bids.
1 Superintendent of Public Works.
I Honolulu, T. II., Oct 25. 1904. 1-3
Toronto, Ciiuadt, Nov. v The Cinadiau elections have resulted in a
I Liberal victory.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Nov. 8. The Liberals have won iu the Borden
election. The Conservative leader was defeated.
W. H. BEERS
(Knglish and Hawaii, 111)
Commission and ISu-iuess Agent.
Will A.'l 'is Administrator. Cu.iiiti.iu mm
Igxeculnr. Rents and Hills Collected..
Oilier with 1. 15. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. Le Itaron Gurney
OPP0SIT15 SPRI-CKI5I.S' IIUILDINO
BISHOP '&. CO.
HoNoi.iu.i; - - Oaiiu, H. I.
Proposals will be receiv.d at the office
Cost of Firing Cannon.
F RhtinR PrinCe bOeS tO WaShingtOn. Modem naval warfare is one of the most costly things that can be
OO - imagined, and a combat between two fleets means the expenditure ot
Honolulu, Nov. 3. Prince l'ushima arrived 011 the Manchuria yestcr- 1 vasl sums 0f ,m,L.y. Some idea of the high cost can be arrived at In
day morning. He was given an ovation ami reception at the Jap-inese taking a Japanese warship like the Kasttga or Nysshiu and calculating
consulate last ninht. Ivmecial interest was given to today's celebration , ,ilt. iiK.i of shots she would diseharue. sav. at l'nn Arthur. Tl.r.
ofthe Superintendent or Public Works j of the Hmp-ror's birthday by the presence of Prince I ushima. lie first-named ship cai lies four cannon, which cost $30,000 each. One of
until 12 o'clock 111. of October 31. i)o. leaves this morning nt n o'clock. these guns can fire two shots a minute, and every shot costs $400; thus
foreoiistriictiug.ui Aimory at llilo, On. j Prince Kushima is on an oflici.il visit to President Roosevelt, but the in five minutes these four cannon can discharge lorty bombs at a cost of
waii.T. II. inurnose of his mission remains a sectet. According to the Japanese $16,000. The smaller cannon cost each $18,000, and every shot they
Revised plans and specifications are 011 ; piess tftc Piiuce bears to the President and Mrs. Roosevelt very elaboiate t fire means an. expenditure of $70. They are very uipid, and it is esti
file nt the office of the Assistant Superiu- Kjf,S( including five pairs of embroidered screens, six sets of cloissonne mated that iu live minutes the twelve cannon could discharge shot to the
teiideui of Public Works, mid with 15. 15. ; vailC!ii te floral bowls, .several rolls of fabric, nnd a number of articles value of neailv $35,000. LeMie's Weeklv.
Richards, Agent for Public Works, Hilu, ' orll!nenle,l wjth pearl.
Trmisaet a C.eueinl Hanking and I5x
, Hawaii, copies of which will be furnished
intending bidders 011 receipt of ftj.on,
1 which sum will he returned intending
1 bidder niter he has deposited his bid and
returned the plans and specifications.
I Proposals must he submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
, Works mid 15. 15. Richards, and enclosed
iu 11 sealed envelope addressed to Hon.
1 C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II.. endorsed "Pro
posal for llilo Armory."
Uach proposal must aontaiti the full
1'iune of the paity or parlies making the
same and all persons interested therein
uml inii-t be accompanied by a certified
check of 5 , of the amount of the pro
posal, payable to C. !v llollimii), Super-
Siberian Winter Sets In.
Vladivostok, Russia, Nov. 2. A number of vessels have an ived with
supplies. Winter has begun.
Miss Emelie Peck Golf Winner.
Protests of Japan Ignored.
St. Peleisbuig, Russia, Nov. 2. -Japan's protest against
Chinese clothing by Russian troops has been ignored.
Fishermen Kjlled by Russians.
The result of the handicap golf tournament phied last Satuulay
night 011 the Hilo Golf Links resulted iu Miss lvmelie Peck being de-
1 dared winner. Based on the score of V. T. Balding as scutch, the
principal scenes made are as follows: Miss K. Peck, 43; Dr. J. Holland,
51; V. H. Smith, 59; Di. Archer Irwin, 60; Mrs. Win. McKav, 60;
' W. T. Balding, fif; Win. McKay, 67; S. Giace, f.8; R. 1?. Balding, 72;
use of !;. C. Mellor, 72.
At Volcano House.
Hull, Kngland, Nov. 2.
men finds that they were
-The coroner's inquest over the dead fishei
killed by the Russians without warning or
Commeicial and Traveller's Letters of iutetideul of Public Works, as surely that
Credit issued, nvaihible iu all the principal
cities of the world.
Specinl attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our fnendsof theothei
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
tusurni'Pe or re'im-sts for Kxchmu.'e
ltY DAY. WJCI-.K OR MONTH.
Neat and ui-wh lilted Cciitralh and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing 011 Court House and llilo Hotel
Parks. A iiuiel. pleasant retieat.
C. F- BRADSHAW
if the piopns.il be accepted a contract
will be entered into. j
No proposal will be entertained unless
uiii.le on the blanks luriiislird by Ihe
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, nnd 15. 15. Richards, and delivered
ut the office of the Superintendent of
Public Works, previous to 12 o'clock in.
011 the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject anv or nil bids '
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Supeiinteiident of Public Woiks.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. IS, 1904. 52.3
NoTlCK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mntsoii Line"
will he responsible for anv debts eon
ir.ultd by the crew. R. ' 1'. OUARD,
i llilo, April 16, 1901. , 34
The following guests were registered at the Volcano House dining the
week: Bernard Wagoner, Honolulu; Geo. Chalmers, Hukalau; Alexan
der Lindsay, Houohina; A. Valentine, llilo; W. K. Andrews. Honoitiu;
RC. Kennedy and wife, Mrs. Robert Hawxhurst, Sr., llilo; C. M.
Cooke and wife, Mrs. Howard, V. J. Lowrey and wife, Honolulu; I). L.
Riggs and wife, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Mrs. L. C. Riggs, Concoid, N. II.;
Miss C. B. Greenfield, Houokaa; Archie Robertson, Win. Chalmers,
Waikea; J. Stewart, Alex. Cruikshank, Jos. Chalmers, Scotland; Albert
Russel,. L, Barton, Chicago; Miss L. McClellau, Belmont, Cal.; L. A.
Thurston, John Baker, Jr., Sail Francisco; Mr. and Mis. Peter Gibb,
Hilo. Weather clear and colder. No rain. Tliennometei iegisters47.
' William Weight will act temporarily as manager during the absence
of Manager Bidgood, who goes to Honolulu today 011 the Mauna I.oa,
. with Mrs. Bidgood, for a brief trip.
Baltic Fleet Followed.
Vigo, Spain, Nov. 1. The Russian warships have left Ibis port, fol
lowed by the Spanish warship Kxtremadura. Kour officers of the Rus
sian squadron left the fleet here to make their report at St. Petersburg.
English Fleet Ready to Act.
Gibraltar, Spain, Nov. 1. -The garrison has been mobolizcd. The
Channel squahron is iu readiness for action and British warships have
established a regular patrol off the port.
Diplomatic Relations Are Strained. s
I.niulnn. Nov. r. Kiiii Ktlwunl toilav received the Russian Ambassa
dor. The situation erowinir out of the North Sea all air is believed to Private Roberts 39 Private Todd
1 be more accute. Private McNatnara 35 Seigeaut Kastou
I Sergeant Hampton 34 Corporal Morehead
! Chefoo, China, Nov. 2. The crew of the Reisitelini, the captured Private Dolorie 33 Sergeant Hen iug
j Russian torpeda boat, have gone to Shanghai. ' I Lieutenant Hurllee 28 Captain Fetter
Hilo Excels At Shooting.
Although" the llilo boys may have lost to the maiiues from the Iro
.qttois at baseball, they proved their superior marksmanship at the shoot
ing butts Sunday morning. 'The scores made are as follows.