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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLAKDS, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1904.
.NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
Will S.iil for San Fnncisco prompt
ly nl 12 o'clock 111.
SATURDAY, NOV'R. 26
R. T. CURD, Agent
Drs. Grace and Irvm."rv',K,M;1 "rolecli"K ,lhe B.n,1
the agricultural ami hoiticultunil in
OWIUK lloiSKS: u-restsoflhe Territory of Hawaii, nil
During the absence of Dr. J. J. Grace . . ,..,. I
Dr. Irwin's ollice hours will he: .". companies and corporations arc ,
9:ooto 1 1:00 a. si., 1:30 in 3:1x1 anil 7:30
to 8:00 i. M.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on l'ltmnn St.
Dr. John Holland
Office, Corner of King and l'ilm.'in Streets
Telephone 40 A. ,
Residence, Waiaiuicnue St., near 1'ituiau
Telephone 40 11.
8 to 10 a. tu., a to 3 and 7 to .S p. in.
C. M. I.KI1I.ONI)
LeBlond & Smith
ATTORNE YS-AT-1. A W
Hawaiian, Japanese, nml Chinese IiiUTiuU-r,
ami Notary Tublic In Oflice.
Oince: SlJVHRANCit Huii.dixg,
Opposite Cour House. Utl.O, HAWAII
J. CaSTI.H RlIKJWAV JlIOS. C. RlDC.WAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
t.ollcllors of l'ateuts General Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
Ol'WICK: Walnnucnuc anil Ilriilge Stn.its
KEAli ESTATE, ETC.
x. is. reY
ATTORNEY AT - LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
M. Wachs D. D. S
OiTice Hours: 9 to la, 1 to 4.
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Husiuess Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Hxecutor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. 'K. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. LcBaron Gurncy
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' HUILDINO
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business j
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange. 1
HY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court Hoiibe and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A miiet, pleasant retreat.
fenus Reasonable. 1
C. F. BRADSHAW
Proprietor, 43 I
RULE AND REGULATION HY THE
HOARD Ol' COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY,
CONCERNING THK IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
01' 11IRDS, REPTILES AND IN
SHOTS INJURIOUS OR DETRI
MENTAL TO AGRICULTURE.
HORTICULTURE OR FORESTRY.
The Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry hereby make the
following Rifle ami Regulation:
SUCTION t. For the purpose of pre
Hereby iirolublleil Irom linporuni; or in-
troducing into the Territory of Hawaii or
into any of its ports for the purpose of
deharkation into the raid Territory, any '
live animal orauimals known as "Flying 1 Harbin, Manchuria, Nov. 18. Chinese bandits are active. The Jap
Fox" (I'teropus) or "Fruit Ealing Hat," iane.se are enlisting Chinese malitia at thirty cents a day.
or any crustacean knownas"Land Crab," I - - -- -
or any other animal, bird, reptile or in
sect injurious, or liable to become in
jurious to loiests, trees, plants, or other
vegetation of value.
SUCTION a. If any animal, bird,
reptile or insect isiniportcdor introduced
into the Territory of Hawaii, or into any
of its ports for the purpose ofdebarkation
into the Territory of Hawaii, contrary to
1 -..! ,.! .1 1...1IJ.. .
law or mis ri-(;iiiiuiuii, me nnuic buiiii, in ,
me iiiscreiton 01 me iioaru 01 com
missioners of Agriculture and Forestry
or its duly authorized agent, officer or in
spector, lie immediately destroyed, or
deported at the expense of the importer
or introducer, and the person or persons ,
or corporation introducing or importing I
the same; shall be guilty of a misdemeanor j
and shall be liable to the penalty or pen
alties provided by law.
SF.CTION 3. This regulation shall
take effect from nml after the approval
thercol by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. H., Oct. 19. 1904.
C. S. HOM.OWAY,
October as '9M.
GEORGE R. CARTER,
3.3 Governor of Hawaii.
RULF. AND REGULATION HY Till?
HOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY,
CONCERNING THE IMPORTA
TION OR INTRODUCTION INTO
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
OF FRESH FRUIT FROM EAST
AND WEST INDIES, ASIA, AUS
TRALASIA. OCEANICA, MALAY
SIA. MEXICO. CENTRAL AND
The Board of Commissioners of Agri
culture and Forestry hereby make the
following Rule and Regulation:
SECTION 1. For the purpose of pre
venting the introduction into the Terri
tory of Hawaii of fruit flies, their larvae
or pupae and other insects injurious or
liable to become injurious to trees,
plants, fruit or other vegetation of value,
all persons, companies and corporations
are hereby prohibited from introducing
or importing into the Territory of Ha
I waii, or into any of its ports for the pur-
pose of debarkation into the said Terri
; tory, any fresh fruit from East or West
; Indies, Asia, Australasia, Oceauicu, Ma
laysia, Mexico, Central or South America.
I SECTION a. If any fresh 'fruit shall
1 be imported or introduced into the Terri
tory of Hawaii, or into any ol its ports
j for the purpose ofdebarkation into said
I Territory, contrary to law or this regu
I lalion, the same shall, in the discretion
j of the Hoard of Commissioners of Agri
' culture and Forestry or its duly authorized
agent, officer or inspector, he immediately '
destroyul or deported at tilt,. expense of
the importer or introducer, and the per-!
sou or persons or corporation introducing j
1 or importing the same shall be guilty of '
a misdemeanor and shall be liable to
i the penalty or penalties provided by law. I
SECTION 3. This regulation shall 1
take 1 fleet from and after the appioval
thereof by the Governor.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 19, 1904.
C. S. HOLLOWAY, '
October 25, 1904.
GF.ORGE R. CARTER,
3.3 Governor of Hawaii.
One eight-roomed cottage, Puueo, fia
A. E. SUTTON & CO.
Notick Neither the s Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsoti Line"
will be responsible for anv debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1 901, 34-
(Ity Wirelrsi to Tint TRtiii'Nit.)
Tokio, Japan, Nov. 21. The Japanese operations at Port Artlntr are
proceeding as prearranged.
Mukden, Nov. 21. There is rumored Japanese, activity on both
Another Battle Imminent.
Mukden, Manchuria, Nov. 18. It is believed there will lc a battle
Chinese In Manchuria Will Assist.
1 Russian Confidence :.n Port Arthur.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Nov. 18. The authorities are confidant that
Port Arthur will hold out until the arrival of the battleship squadron of
the Baltic fleet. , "
Yellow Peril Increased.
Mukden, Manchuria, Nov. 17.
I Mukden, Manchuria, Nov
' military developments soon.
Japanese Entrenching Themselves.
Kuropatkin's Headquarters, Manchun'f, Nov. 17. The Japanese are
strengthening their defenses on the Tait- river.
Port Arthur Garrison Courageous.
Chefoo, Cliina, Nov. 16. The Port Arthur garrison is very confident
that it will be able to hold out against the Japanese. General Stoessel
reports his ability to hold the inner line of forts intact.
No Surrender Yet.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Nov,. 16. The report of General Stoessel,
received today, denies that the Port Arthur garrison contemplates sur
render. Sakaroff Killed, Stoessel Wounded.
Chefoo, China, Nov. 16. Tht death of General Sakaroff and the
wounding of General .Stoessel, commander at Port Arthur, is confirmed.
Chefoo, China, Nov. iG. The Russians have blown up the torpedo
boat destroyer Rastoropny, which arrived here with dispatches from Port
Arthur. Three Japanese torpedo destroyers arrived here last evening,
being satisfied that the Rastoropny had sunk.
Second Division Sails.
Li ban, Nov.
for the Orient.
16. The secotidMivision of the Baltic fleet sailed today
King of Portugal Arbitrator.
I St. Petersburg, Russia, Nov. 16. The King of Portugal will probably
jbe the fifth member of the North Sea Commission.
To Inspect Isthmian Canal.
Washington, Nov. iS. Secretary of War Taft has started for Panama.
United States Attorney General.
New York. Nov. 18. It is reported that President Roosevelt has
offered former Governor Black the Attorney Generalship.
Swanzy Succeeds Montsarrat.
Honolulu, Nov. 17. 1. M. Swanzy has been elected President of the
Planters' Association, succeeding Julian Montsarrat, retiring officer.
Hawaiian Sugar Arrives.
j' Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 16. The American-Hawaiian steamship Ha
waiian arrived here today, and brought the captain and crew of the brig
' C. C. Sweeney, which was abandoned off Cape Henry.
, A Hawaiian Schooner Wrecked.
Victoria, B. C, Nov. 20. The Hawaiian schooner Makaweli was
wrecked off Clavou net vesterda v. The entire crew was lost. Hind
I Rolph & Co. are Owners.
I - - 1
I Roosevelt Cleans Alaska.
Washington, Nov. 16. President Roosevelt has removed Marshal
Richards of Nome, Alaska, and requested the resignation of Judge Brown.
New York, Nov. 21. Twelve persons were uttrnetl toueatli today 111
a tenement house fire.
St. Louis. Mo.. Nov. 20. The
was burned today.
Later The S. S. Enlei prise
Tnii.itlifiii t. fit tn f'nlitt tliifMl
iUVCUlin:i -u, ut li u limit iiuuu,
BEGIN OFFENSIVE OPERATIONS
HONOLULU WILL HAVE
ARTHUR ATTACK!' CURFEW BELL SOUNDED
It is leported that 60,000 Japanese
is lwlievcd there will be important
Missouri building at the World's Pair!
has been scheduled to leave Saturday,
(Hy Wireless to THK Tkiiu'NH.) x
Honolulu, Nov. 18. The curfew law now standing on the statute
books is to be enforced by the order of the High Sheriff.
For years the Curfew law was in force in Honolulu arid many a
youngster was compelled to stay indoors at night, when he otherwise
would not. When the old station house on King street in which hung
the curfew bell, was destroyed by fire in 1887, the practice was discon
tinued. Sheriff Henry has inaugurated the observance of the curfew
law again, which is as follows:
Sec. 406. Any child under fifteen years of age, who, except in case
of necessity, shall go or remain on any public street or highway alter
nine o'clock in the evening and before four o'clock in the morning, un
accompanied by an adult person, shall be punished by a fine of not morcs
than five dollars or by imprisonment not exceeding fourteen days.
Sec. 407. Any parent or guardian, having the care, custody and con
trol of a child tinder fifteen years of age, who, except in case of neces
sity, shall knowingly and voluntarily suffer or permit such child to go or
remain on any, public street or highway, after nine o'clock in the evening
and before four o'clock in the morning, unaccompanied by an adult
person, shall be punished by a fine of not more than ten dollars or by
imprisonment not exceeding twenty days. N
High Water Mark Reached.
New York, Nov. 21. Sugar 960 test centrifugals 4.65; per ton, $93;
88 analysis beets, 14 s. ,
Ex-Congressman Breckenridge Dead.
Lexington, Ky., Nov. 20. Hon. W. C. P. Breckenridge is dead.
Daring Hold-Up of a Circus. -
New York, Nov. 20. Robbers held up the ticket wagon of Sells -Bros,
circus and secured $30,000.
Yale Defeats Harvard at Football.
New Haven, Conn., Mov. 19. Yale won the annual intercollegiate
football game with Harvard today by a score of 12 to p.
Judge Parker to Practice Law.
New Yoak, Nov. 17. Judge Parker has opened up a law office here.
Kinau Passenger List.
Honolulu, Nov. 21. The following passengers were booked for IJilo,
bytthe Kinau up to 4 p. 111. today: C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. William Mc
Kay, J. Phillipns, E. E. Olding, D. B. Maconachie, George Blake, A.
Lidgate, M. L. Green, JJ. A. Eraser and son, A. C. Cooper, A. W. Bot
toinly, Mrs. William McQuaid, Rev. E. S. Timoteo, W. A. Howell, wife
and two children, Dr. A. B. Clark, II. Laugheim, W. G. Ogg and wife,
Robert Horner, wife and child, William Ptillar and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
A. Horner and two servants, J. Webster, J. T. Moir, J. A. Watt and
wife, Rev. W. C. Stewart, wife and daughter; D. Eorbes, M. A. Rycroff,
James Gibb, E. L. Gage, Charles McGonagle, T. S. Kay.
New Court Stenographer. .
Miss Kate Kelly did not arrive by the last Kinau to take the position
of court stenographer in Judge Parson's court, and it is understood she
will not assume her duties until after the work of the present court term
is finished. Her appointment was requested by Governor Carter for
political reasons, and Secretary Atkinson endorses her application. No
dissatisfaction is expressed regarding Mr. Springer's work as official
stenographer, but the change is made to satisfy certain demands.
The Value of Wireless.
Commenting on the naval lessons of the present war between Russia
and Japan, an officer high in the Russian navy, makes the following
"The greatest lesson has been the usefulness of wireless telegraphy.
In the fighting of August 10-we used the wireless system in signaling
until the apparatus was shot away. We found it worked more reliably
and quicker than Hags. I believe that in the near future every ship 111
all the navies, even gunboats, will be fitted with wireless apparatus.
"Much has been learned about mines and torpedoes. The only de-v
fense against mines is good judgement, or insight as to where they ate
likely to be placed by the enemy. If it is imperative that ships must go
to that vicinity, send 'sweppers' in advance. The war has demonstrated
that the most powerful searchlights cannot pick up floating mines,
which were unknown before this war.
Visitors at the Volcano House.
Those legisteriug at the Volcano House during the past week were:
C. E. Wright, G. II. Gere, J. U. Smith, William Hay, Miss Bailey, Miss
Craig, II. W. Denhard, II. K. Martin, George C. Potter, J. Shioshi,
H. Iten, Miss Iten, H. S. Stipt. The weather is clear and cold.
Hilo Golf Club..
There will be a handicap golf tournament of the above club at their
links on Thursday, beginning at 2:20 p. m. The handicap of the
players, as arranged by the committee, is as follows: y
i. W. T. Balding Scratch
2. S. Grace 19
3. E. C. Mellor 5
4. R. E. Balding 7
5. Wm. McKay 5
6. I). E. Metzger 9
7. Dr. A. Irwin 6
8. Dr. Schoeniug, 19
A suitable prize will be awarded
the smallest net score. There will
ceived on the grounds up to the hour
W. H. Smith 1 18
Dr. Holland 18
J. E. Metcalfe.
Miss E. Peck
Miss C. Rodgers ..
Mrs. Wm. McKay.
to the player making the i
be 110 entry fee. Entries wi
ill be re
of play by Captain Grace.