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TUKSDAY, - NOV. 15, 1904.
Knieudiit the PnitnlTicr l Win, Ilu
w.lll, lis seeoiuU'lilss matter
PUIIMSIIIlt) HVKKV Tl'IISKAV.
J. Casti.h Uidoway - IWilor
I). W. Marsh llmlnem Munagur.
A TIDAL WAVE.
While the overwhelming Uepub
lican victory lust Tuesday wns in
the nature of a surprise, the result
wns not unexpected. There have
been claims of wholesale scratching
both in Hilo and elsewhere, which
the returns do not show to have
been the case. The campaign has
' been a quiet one, a campaign of
education, "intelligently nncl effec
tiveh managed. The Home Rule
party has finally been broken up and
former Home Rule strongholds are
so no longer, but may safely be
counted Republican in the future.
The election means that hereafter
there will be but two political
parties in the field for honors at !
elections. The Home Rulers will
either coalesce with the Democrats
or join hands with the Republican
cause, its principles and leaders
The Young Men's Republican
Club played an important, part in
Till'. NATIONAL VOTIJ. 1
j The impression seems to hate,
I been tuailiu that the national elec-l
lion 011 Tnesdiy was 11 record!
mciiKt-r and mat KOOM'veu s mi
jotity is unprecedented and 111c
largest ever given n president in
the history of the country. A stu
dent of history will find seveial in
stances where the republican ma
jority wns several times linger.
Roosevelt's will have 325 votes
in the Klectoral College or twice
that of his opponent Alton 11. !
Parker. Hy refeniug to history,
the reader will see that this was
eclipsed in the election ol U. S.
Grant, who was elected President
in 1872 by four times the electoral
vote- accorded to (Horace Greely.
Abraham Lincoln, in his second
election ii 186., received ten times
the electoral N-otes given his op
ponent Geo McClellan
It is also interesting to know
the growth of the total vole in the
United Slates. In the election for
president four years ago a total
vote of 13.96t.138 was cast. The
; total vote this year will probably
go bejond the fourteen million
mark. Going back to the 1868,
the first presidential election nfter
the close of the civil war, we find
that the total vote was 0,724,684,
so that the voting strength of the
nation has more than doubled, with
Nolice to Cn mutinies for
The ntlcntlnn of. all candidate nt tin
GrnerM Rlectiou held on November Sill,
WM. G. IRWHU CO., Ltd.
Com mission Agents.
Sole Agents for
1904, is ilruwn 10 Sections 31,32 nml 33 I VnliutKll CnttC SllfCtltlcrS,
of the Utile nml Regulation for Holding ltf.l.Uvir. I nrMuimiivnc
Klrctloiu, which Sections relate to the ' '
filing of am Itemized sworn statement bv Alc.X. CrOSS, & Soils' Sugar Cailc"
each candidate of his expenses incurred
In connection with such election.
A. I.. C. ATKINSON.
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Cnpitul llulhllng,
IIonolnln,Novinil'cr let, 1904. ,vit.
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Public Lands Notice.
A .UlNUIUTV Of TWO.
.1 :.. i.. 11...,.:: im.
1 b , ,1 . . a margin of four millions in excess,
name was used as a battle cry by ' "
some of the candidates, who were
carried by the Republican flood
A tidal wave of
tide of victory
Republicanism swept over the Ter-
ruory, rai,. u " , t UepubHcaii salvation before
fault-finders, and it now rests with i ., .'.... e ... ,..,..
"Kaniho, the lone Home Rule rep
resentative from West Hawaii, and
Senator Palmer Woods, likewise of
Kohala extraction, might do well to
lirmocrnt and One Home Killer
lu Next l.ecMiiliirc.
The next Senate will contain but
one Democratic member, Palmer
Woods, of Hawaii, a bold over.
The personnel of the Senate will be:
O.ihu Isenberg, MeCatulle.ssj
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Haw-nil.
In 1'koiiatu At Ciiamiiuks.
Ill the uintter of
PI5TITION I-OR LI5TT15RS Of AD-
The petition of A. Horner, brother of
the deceiised. praying that Letters of Ad-
' ministration lie issueil to liitn us iiilmiuts
the ljstnte of J. M.
the convening of the next legislature.
the Republican party to demonstrate
that they are worthy of the coufi-
r .. , 1 T .!.
deuce 01 tnc peopie ami o. u.e Qnk of Ujc fifSt acts of Ue next
nwjority of the voters. J ie,;slal,irc si10id i)c ti,e enactment
of a County Act, to which the
1 Republican party is pledged as well
THE PANAMA MOSQUITO.
The importance of the mosquito I s every republican memuer 01 mat
as affecting public health is shown body.
by the appointment of Dr. W. C. "
' V . .0 r ..-i Itlvnl Tor Silk Haniier.
Gorgas, Assistant Surgeon-General, j
U. S. A. to take charge of health Word has come from Honolulu
matters at Panama, along the pro- that J.aupahoehoe will have a rival
posed route of the Isthmian Canal. for the Territorial Committee ban
In an article appealing in the' tier for rolling up the largest Re
Engiueering Record, after survey- publican vote. The Republicans
ing the ground, Dr. Gorgas, writes: in Nahiku precinct Maui made a
"Of the engineering problems I am clean sweep, neither of the other
no judge, but in my opinion the two parties being able to scare up a
sanitarv problems are gnive. The I vote. In this precinct where there
question of eliminating yellow are thirty registered voters, every
fever from an endemic fecus has I one voted the straight Republican
only been once before successfully ' ticket. Nahiku will have a claim
managed, and that was at Havana. 1 at Republican headquarters for
"In Havana, Cuba, when the that silk banner which was pro
United States assumed temporary j mised to the precinct returning the
authority, the Surgeon General I largest pcrcentag of Republican
Department put in operation a votes.
systematic scheme of inspection and
'sanitation. They immediately took
control of all water barrels and de
Achi, Lane, Dcwsett, Rishop,
Hawaii Hrown, Hewitt, Paris, .iwinr ;of jiMmnie. ,.,..
. Notice is hereby given thnt Tuesday,
Woods. ,the 13th dny of December, 1904, nt io
Maui Ilayseldeu, K a 1 a in a , I "'dock u. n... be and hereby is mipolnud
.y I the time for llenriliu. said etitiou in the
DicTcey. Court room of this Court, nt Hilo,
Kauai John Gandall, S". V. !H. nt which time mid plnce nil per
J I sons interested nmy appear unit show
Wilcox. ! cause, if any they luive, why the prnvcr
Aside from the lone Kaniho, also ofiwM petition should not be Kranted."
from West Hawaii, the following I Hy the Court:
,l,nr nf ill,. Imvnr linns.- iro -ill A.S l.l'.HARON GURNKV, Clerk,
members ol tlie lower House arc .111 , Jy Chns 1UcIlcocki ,x..jUly clcr
Kepuuncaus: 1 laki, h. smith,
O.-ilm Harris. Avlett. Andrade. i Attorney for Petitioner.
Quinn, I.ilikalani, Umg, Uroad, ""
Cox. Kalawai, Kaleiopu, Maheloua, I JlOl'lgagCC'S i Ol I C 0 01
Waterhouse. I Foi'OClOSlll'O llllll SlllC.
Hawaii Shipman, I.ewis, Smith,
In nccordancc with the provisions of n
certain ch.ittel morti'iiiM: made by Y! Okn
,, .. I to C. I', llradshaw, both of II Io, Hawaii,
1 ''",' ! bearing date of l'ebrunry 11, A, D. 1904,
mid recorded in the office of the Reis-
Kauai knudseii, Sheldcn, Rice, , .,, ,, of ,ulv. A. i,, Iqo. it) ,iU.r
Xrnbitrn.i. No. 260, and pae at and which
said mnrtKnce was. on the 9U1 day of
j j lily, A. I). 1904, lor value, assigned to
Subscribe for the TkiiiUNH. Subscrip-J Jose G. Serrao.
tion 2.5o per year. ' Notice is hereby n'ven thnt the snid
'a ' Jose G. Serrao, assignee, intends to fore-
"" close said mortac for a breach of the
AI I. KINDS Ol' conditions thereof, tow it: The nonpay
ment 01 j)mii:iiiii iiini inicri-M rccuicii
On Saturday, December yt, 1904, at
12 o'clock noon, nt the front entrance to
the Judiciary building, Honolulu, will be
sold nt public auction:
25 38 acres Kuln lnnd, situated nt l'uu
wanwan, N. Kona, Hawaii; uji ct price.
1507.60 Terms: Cash, U.S. Gold Coin.
Ifor plans and fuither pirticubrs, npply
at the Department of Public Lauds, Ju
diciary IluildiiiK, Honolulu, or Laud
Office, Hilo, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public I.iuds.
Honolulu, II. T., Nov. 1st, 1904. 2-4
Concrete Arch Culvert
Hud Approaches ut Kii
ieie Cliilcli, South Hilo,
The I,aru,esl Importers of
Also, Denleis ill Dates, Oranges,
Apples I.ciuoiix, I.imes, Potatoes,
Onions mid All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SITESOVICH CO.
Sun l'rancisco. California
Telephone No. 39.
Buimcic St. - , Hn.o,- II.
Pacific Meat Markei
Front St., Hn.o, II. I.
Fernandez, Holsteiu, Pulaa, Green
well and Kaniho.
Maui Nakuina, Coelho,
Kalitio, Copp, Haia.
Proposals will be received at the offices
of the Superintendent of Public Works, !
Choice Cuts of
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
RANKS SECOND l'L.VCK.
Local Post Oilier .Mil Ues (Jond Slum-
I11K In Yearly Report.
The annual report of the Post Office
Department hai been made public at
Washington, D. C, and the figures ofthe
1 m nfllf....-!.. Tln.crili nr.. vi.r. Itif i.ri.ctlili.
mg from malaria and yellow fever , The reI)0rl COV(;rs UlB fisc;il ymn mMuK
were put under treatment and care- J June 30th Inst. The Honolulu office is
fully watched. The same measures ' given prominence, inasmuch ns it is the
posits of water, where mosquitos I
were likely to breed, looked after
t.ie street cleaning garbage and
night soil, and put the city in a !
sanitary condition. Persons suffer-
that destroyed the yellow fever
mosquito also destroyed the mala
rial mosquito, and to-day Havana
enjoys an immunity from yellow
fever which few persons believed
"The year preceding the inaagu
ration of our mosquito work," "we
had issdeaths from malaria. Dur-
priucipsl post office in the Territory.
Postmaster Oat reports gross postal re
ceipts of J64.210.15. Out of this was paid
his own salary of 3,loo, the salary of the
assistant postmaster nnd clerks to the
amount of 541,400.75. The free delivery
service cost Jx1.S59.14. The receipts
from special delivery letters amounted to
Por the fiscal year just closed, Post
master Madeira of the Hilo post office
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K. II. PHASK, President.
SAN PRANCISCO, CAL U. S, A.
The Latest Howling Game
The Only One in the Territory
Union Billiard I'arlor
Waiauueiiue Street, Hilo
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Hxctpl Sunday.
ing the first year of mosquite woik I reports $9,091.17 gross reeipth, as against
this was reduced to 150 deaths: the I ?937 'r the previous year. Salaries
second year, 70 deaths; the third il"'J f'k !'iru ;o,,"ls l Mm "
,,',,'. . ' and fuel, 85. 1 he receipts from special
year, 50 deaths. Referring again (k.livery letters amounts to 511.52. The
to Panama, he says: "I feel con-1 ,no,iey order business is one of the prut
fident of being able to eliminate 1c1p.1l sources of income nnd the nmount
2:30,1V Hilo nr
3:io'nr Kcaau nr
4:10 ar.. uictiooii...lv
QQQrjfS tliereby, when the s.uue became due and
Notice is also given that on Tuesday,
the 29th da of November, A. D., 1914,
nt 1 1 o'clock n. in. nt the front door of
the court house in Hilo, nil ofthe right,
title and interest of tbi; said Y. Oka in
nnd to the following described property
being described 111 said mortgage, ns
6 i new bedsteads, mattresses pil
lows nud bedding.
1 new double iron bedstead
1 large dresser
3 rocking chairs
24 common chairs
1 Hurekn cook stove nud nil dishes
nud cooking utensils
1 porcelain bathtub
1 billiard table nud nil other stock,
furniture and fixtures contained in the
new three story building 011 I'urneaux
lane, near l'ront stieet, Hilo, Hawaii.
Will be sold nt public unction to the
highest hiducr foi cash gold coin ofthe 1
uiiiiefi ouues 01 miieriea, 10 suuaiy sum
JOSH G. SKRRAO,
I. 15. HAY,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Hilo, Nov. 8, 1904. 2-3
until 12 o'clock in. of November 14, 1904, '
for constructing a Concrete Arch Culvert ,
and Approaches at Knieic Gulch, District
of South Hilo, Hawaii, T. II.
Plans and specifications are on file nt
the office ofthe Asslstunt Superintendent ' POriTTPV if -ill TfinWo
of Public Works, Honolulu, Ul with 15.! lUUblK1 0l dI1 KlI1(1S
15. Richards, Agent Public Works De- '
pnrlment, Hilo, Hawaii, copies of which
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of 5.00, which sum will be re-,
turned intending bidder nfter he has dc ' FlllO Fat Turkoys.
posited his bid nnd returned the plans. j . . Sucking PlgS.
Proposals must be submitted on the "
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public '
Works, nud enclosed in a sealed enve
lope addressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works, Hono
lulu, T. II., endorsed "Proposal for Con
crete Arch Culvert and Approaches nt
Kaiele Gulch, District of South Hilo, !
Knell proposal must contain the full 1
name of the party or parties making the
same nnd nil persons Interested therein, I
nud must be accompanied by a certified I
check of 5. of the amount of the pro
posal, payable to (5. S. Holloway, Superin
tendent of Public Works, ns surety that
if the proposal be accepted n contract
will be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the
Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works nud delivered at the office of the
Supe'intcndeut of Public Works previous
to 12 o'clock in. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject nny or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, 1. 11., (Jet. 25, 1904. 1-3
3 mo lv Hilo
9:20 5:40 I
ILoolalia noopiui Morula.
Subscribe for the Tkiuunk.
scription $2.50 a year.
Subscribe for the Tkiuunk
I Island subscription $2.50 a year.
yellow fever by the .same methods
that were so successfully adopted
in Havana" Closing he says: "The
health conditions of Panama, at
present, are not a bit worse tliaii
'those of most other tropical coun
tries." There would hcem tobenodoubt,
therefore, of the dangers from
epidemics of yellow fever, dengue
and malarial fever which are con
comittant with unsanitary con
of money transmitted through the local
offijee is surprising. The hver.ige weekly
remittances, principally to Yoknhoma
and other points 111 Japan, amounts on nil
average of f 6,000 to $7,000 a week. The
high water mark was recited nt $21,000 in
one week about n year ago. Postmaster
Madeira has brought his office up to nil
office of the 2nd class nnd materially in-
I creased the efficiency o( the service. The
I Hilo office stands second in importance
' in the amount of business transacted
! within the Territory.
I There are only four other Presidential
j post offices in the Territory, namely,
' Kohaln, Wailuku, Lihue and Lulmiim.
Tim.-niililifnlinn of Sheriff All-! A PriMdcntlnl office Is one the gloss re-
15 like me kn uiea i hoiki ia tunloko o I
A.M. j p.m. kuMtlii molnki polio Hale i liana ia e Y. I
10:401 5:40 oka nine C. V. llradshaw. o Hilo, Hawaii. '
l:-5 55 1 hauaia ma ka la it o Pehruari. M. II. I
..Kcaau ar 10:15, 5:15 1004, a i hookoiuo ia ma ka ke keeua o ,
ar... Perudnle ...ar1 10:00 5:00 ,,u ),. palapala ma Honolulu, Oahu, '
ar..Mouut. V'w..nr 9:45! 4:45 iTeritore o Hawaii, 111.1 ka la 2 ojulai. M. I
ir... i.ieuwoo(i...iv 9:30 43" II. 1904, lluUe 2bo.uo.io 41; 11 o u:i tno-! J;
- laki uei i oleloia ua hoolilo ia aku 11111 ka I ?
POR PUNA: 'In 9U1 o Jnl.ii, M. II. 1904. ia Jose G.I
The trains of this Company between 1 Serrao ho kuknhi wniwni i loan aku. j;
Hilo nnd Puna will be run as follows: Nolaila, o Jose G. Serrao, ke inaiiuo nei ' 5:
Wl'DN'l'SI) Y' u hop.ia i ua molaki uei, 110 ka haki ana ! ;
," " ,' ' . ,, .. Io kuaelike, oia hoi, no kn ukuolein o ku r
Leave Hilo .Station, by way of Rail- 1 ,. v ,,. kc klmll,pa!l j kll Wil 0 kil C
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the . ( Jimi 5;
arrival of the Slea.nship Kiiiau, running ximin ke hoolahn ia aku nei, ma kn f
through to Puna nnd Hopping at P.ihon j,,,.,,, , 0 Nov..lllba M. M lgM ,lm ! g
bja-hgoing "I'd returning. I k(l ,lora , , kc kak'n,,iakn , kn ,nlku , E
E. N. HOLMES
lv lillo ar
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar
nr Pahoa ar
ar l'liua lv
lv Jill ar
ar raitoa ar
ar l'uua lv
q!";? ! e oleloia uei, a i hoike in penel:
0:2s ' l,oc ,,lue M0U le',l nhiiiu, 1
drews' article has gotten the editor
ofthe Herald explaining. I'or the
sake of historical verity, it is hoped
he will not btop with present
Hxcursion tickets between all points
are sold on Sat 111 days nnd Sundays, good
returning, until tlie loiiowlug .Monday
ceiptsof which amounts to f 1,000 or over I n0on.
and the postmaster is nppoiuted by the I Commutation tickets, good fortwenty
Preideut and confirmed by the Senate, five riilvs between any two points, nud
All other offices are fourth class nud
appointed by the Fourth Assistant Post
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
. K. MI5TZGI5R,
in.i ke ulo o ku Hale Hookololo o Hilo, I '
ka waiwai i hoikeiu malnlo uei, oia no na
wuiwai o Y. Oka I hoike ia ma ka molaki I
1 moe h.10 lion.
1 palm lole.
3 uoho paipni.
24 uoho e ae.
1 k.ipuahi kuke Urikn) nine pouo pn
apau I0.1 o ka hale kuke.
I kapu nuaii.
1 biluka p.ikauknu nine un pouo moe c
pili una ika hale; o Puruomailka okenla
mil (front), u Hilo, 'Hawaii.
15 kuai ia ana ma ke kudaln nkea I kn
men koho kiekie, ma ke dulu kuike, tun
ka dala gula o Amerika Huiiuia, I uiea
e hooko la ni ua uioraki nei,
J0SI5 G. SI5RRAO,
Men Paa Mornki.
I. 15. Ray. Loio.
Hilo, Nov. 8, 1904. 2-31
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and OrocorioK
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Taints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture und
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Hugs, Matting ana
Wagons and Carriages
Subscribe for the Tkiuunk, Island sub
scription $2,50, ,
E. N. HOLHES