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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1905.
PUOUSIIltl) KVItRY TUH9DAY
Oppicbi Kino Strrkt, IIilo, Hawaii
Hllo Tribuno Publishing Company, Ltd
Publishers end Proprietors.
President C. C. Kbnnkov
Vice-President, It. B. KtCHARto
Secretary-Treasurer J. Castle Kidowav
Auditor - A. It. Sutton
Directors 1$. M.Thomfson. D. W. Maksh
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tinued Tor lull term.
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During the absence of Dr. J.J. Grace
Dr. Irwin's office hours will be:
9:00 to ii:oo a. m., 1:30 to 3:00 and 7:30
to 8:00 p. M.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
ATTO KX E YS- AT L A W .
C. M. WtHLONlJ
V. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters
and Notary Public In Office.
Office! SltVKRANCIt IlUlLDING,
Opposite Cour House. HILO, HAWAII
J. Castu: Ridgway Tuos. C. Ridoway
Ridgway & Ridgway
'Solicitors of Patents General Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
Ol'l'ICH : Walanuciiue and Bridge Streets
I. JE. RAY
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Wnianuenue Street, - Hilo,, Hawaii
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiinn)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' IlUlLDING
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 'i, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
lv Hllo ar
IV IIilo ar
ar... Olaa Mill. ..ur
ar... Ferndale ...ar
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna, will be run as follows:
Leave Hilo Station', by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of, the Steamship Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoa
both going and returning.
a.m. FRIDAY: a.m.
6:00 lv Hilo ar 9145
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar 9:35
6:30.. ar...01aa Mill.ar 9:10
arPahoa Juncar 8:40
ar Pahoa .....ar 8:15
- arPahoa Juncar- 745
7:00 ar Puna lv 7:15
a.m SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00 lv Hilo :ar 4:50
9:20 nr...01aa Mill...ar 4:3a
10:05 nr..Pahoa June 4:00
10:25 ar Pahoa. ... ar 3140
10145 ar..Pahoa Juncar 3.20
11:05 ar Puna lv - 3:00
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty,
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
D. E. METZGER,
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
RUSSIA IS THREATENED RY REVOLUTION
P. PKCK .i President.
C. C. KHNNBDY Vlce-Pres.
JOHN T. MOIR-.and Vlce-Pres.
C. A. STOnil! Cashier.
A. II. JACKSON Secretary.
John Watt, .John J. Grace
V. 8. Lyman, II. V. Patten,
Wm.Pullar, W. H.Shlpaiaa.
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Ilauking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Creditissued, available in all the principal
cities of the worm.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
MY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
n Dank of Hawaii, Ltll Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Hank. ..San Francisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Bank New York
The National Ilank of the Re- ) ,,.
public f UIUMLO
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
(By Wireless to Tim TRinONit.)
MARTIAL LAW DECLARED
IN CITY OF ST. PETERSBURG
St. Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 23. The city is under martial law.
Fifty thousand troops commanded by Prince Vaselchikoff are bivouac
ing in the streets. The workmen have barricaded many streets. It is
repoited that the workmen are arming and it is feared that trouble will
be renewed today. One thousand workman, headed by Father Gopen
in his vestments aid bearing a gold cross, endeavored to march to the
palace yesterday o present their grievances to the Czar personally
The troops fired, killing and wounding people. Women and children
were among the victims. Father Gopon was wounded. One regiment
refused to fire. The sympathy of the middle class is with the workmen.
There are rumors that troops are seriously disaffected. Maxim Gorky
says a revolution has been inaugurated.
A Revolution Imminent at Russia's Capital.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 21, -This city is on the verge of an in
cipient revolution on account of strikers. All newspapers have been
suspended. One hundred thousand unempioycu strikers, lea by iattier
Gopen, threatens the public order. The city garrison has been increased
by twenty-five hundred cavalry and a thousand infantry.
Chinese Army Reported Treacherous.
Tokio, Japan, Jan. 19. It is reported that the Chinese regular troops
have been accompanying Russian raiding parties in Manchuria.
Crew of Blockade Runner Mutinies.
Shanghai, China, Jan. 19. The crew of the British ship Bowdersham
have refused to proceed to Vladivostok for fear of capture by Japanese
Aggravated Situation in Russia.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 19. The strike situation grows in gravity.
Fifty thousand working men are out and now it is feared the socialists
are trying to take advantage of the situation.
Integrity of China Assured.
Wsshingtdn, D. C, Jan. 19. Secretary of State Hay has secured the
assurance of the powers that they will not attempt to violate the integ
rity of Chinese territory.
Contraband Goods Are Confiscated.
Tokio. Japan, Jan. 18. The Japan warships have captured the British
steamer Bawtry, carrying a load of contraband goods to Vladivostok.
Czar's Life Threatened by Salute.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Jan. 19. A charge of grape shot was fired
from a gun on the Bourse battery today while the gun was being used to
lire a salute. The shot struck the chapel of Neva, in front of the winter
palace, where the Emperor and his family were celebrating the festival
Larest Sugar Quotations.
19. 96 Test Centrifugals, 5.2375 cents. 88 analysis
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-1 f
ing Corporation Japan!' '
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
(By Wireless to Tin? Triiiunk.)
CONTROL OF WILDER S. S. CO.
PASSES TO RIVAL COMPANY
Honolulu, Jan. 20. The control of the Wilder Steamship Company,
being 2,514 shares of stock belonging to the S. G. Wilder estate, were
sold to the Inter-Island Steamship Company at $150 per share.
The Wilder Steamship Compiny is capitalized at $500,000, consisting
of 5,000 shares at $100 each. The controlling interest has !een held by, '
the estate of the late S. G. Wilder, the founder of the company. The
Inter-Island people have sought to amalgamate or gain control of the
Wilder concern for some time, but there has always b.en a hitch in ""
closing the negotiations. C. M. Cooke of the First Bank of Hawaii,
who holds the controlling interest in the Inter-Island Steamship Com
pany, is supposed to have consummated the deal whereby his company
obtains the control of the Wilder interests. It is expected that the
vessels of the two companies will be brought un ler 0112 management,
with J. A. Kennedy as manager. Only sine the first of the year have
new officers and directors been elected by the Wilder Steamship Com
pany, and whether any changes in the directorate will be made is not
known. William McKay, agent of the Wilder Steamship Company .at
Hilo, was shown the dispatch to Tim Tribune, and expressed some
surptise. He stated he had received no intimation of the change,
although he knew efforts had been made from time to time to combine
the rival steamship companies. He hid received no official notification
of the fact. Other stockholders in the Wilder Company are W. G,
Irwin, H. Hackfeld&Co., President C. L Wight and Admiral Beckley.
The Impeachment of Judge Swain.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 18. The House of Representatives
agreed to impeach United States Judge Swam of Florida.
Judge Swain is charged with having falsified his accounts, while act
ing as United States District Judge, and of being influenced by favors
received at the hands of railroad and other corporations. It is alleged
he traveled in the private car of the Receiver of a southern railroad,'
whom he had appointed, and returned $10 per day for traveling ex
penses in his expense account.
Killed by a Base Ball.
New York, Jan,
beets, 15 s. iojd
New York, Jan. 23. Sugar,
88 analysis beets, 16s. id.
960 Test Centrifugals, 5.2375 cents.
Colorado Election Frauds Exposed.
Denver, Colo., Jan. 21. Experts here testify that half of the ballots
in' the three boxes so far examined aie spurious.
Koa Lumber in small and lart quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any styl
wanted. Repairs made oil any kind ot
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
vpnly to JOSE G. SERRAO.
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks, A quiet, pleasant retreat.
NoTiCK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will he responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Ullo, April 16, 1901 24-
Notice is hereby given thut Matsuoka
Shokichi, doing business as 11 cane
planter at 7 miles, Katimaua roud, Hilo,
Hawaii, has made a voluntary assignment
to the undersigned for the benefit of his
creditors The creditors of said Matsuoka
Shokichi are hereby requested to file
their claims with the undersigned, and
any and all persons indebted to the said
MaUiioka Shokichi arc requested to call
and p.iy the same at once. All claims
iiKainst Matsuoka Shokichi must be certi
fied. AH HIP,
Assignee of Matsuoka Shokichi.
Hilo, Dec. 31, 1904.
Extradition Laws Extended to Philippines.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 19. The House today passed the bill ex
tending the extradition laws to the Philippines.
Coal Miners' Strike Serious.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 19. The strike of coal miners i3 growing more
serious. There are now 200,000 men out and coal is being imported
from Belgium and England.
Miss Krupp Didn't MarrY.
Essen, Jan. 18. The reported marriage of Bertha Krupp, the heiress,
John Maderios Souza was a victim of a peculiar accident Sunday after
noon, which resulted in his death. While playing base ball Sunday
afternoon. near his home at Wainaku, be was struck in the head by a
spending base ball which caused concussion of the brain. The young k
man was attempting to steal from first to second base, when the pitcher
attempted to put him out. In throwing the ball to the first baseman, it
struck Souza on the side of the head. He continued running, passing
second aim making third base, when lie lett the field, alleging illness.
He complained of a severe headache when he returned home, but did
not explain the cause to his family. He was put to bed, and about
midnight became unconscious. A physician was summoned at 5 o'clock
Monday morning, when the patient was found to be dying. Every
effort to bring him to life was unavailing and he died at 1 1 o'clock
The funeral will take place this morning at 10 o'clock from the
family residence. The deceased was a member in good standing of the
Foresters, and that organization as a body will attend the services at the
Catholic Church at m o'clock. The members are requested to report at
Foresters' Hall at the hour designated. Mr. Souza was a young man
about twenty-one years of age, popular among those who knew him, and
employed in Serrao's Grocery as a salesman and delivery clerk.
The Bashaw house in Puueo, recently
occupied by P. Peck and family, Ap
ply to R, T. GUARD,
Mrs. Judge Gear's Visit Futile.
Washington, D, C, Jan. 19. Mrs. George G. Gear saw the President
and Attorney General today and learned that the reappointment of her
husband was impossible.
Handicap Golf Turnament.
There was a good sized crowd of spectators present last Saturday
afternoon at the golf links to witness the handicap tournament played off
between the members. There were eleven players, who were allowed
handicaps based on the score of W. T. Balding and E. C. Mellor who
were rated as scratch. Dr. A. Irwin carried off honors by making the
course with the lowest net score. The following is the score by players:
Gross Handicap Net
Dr. A. Irwin 51
E. C. Mellor 54
Wm. McKay 57
W. T. Balding 55
Mrs. Wm. McKay 87
J. E. Metcalf 65
E. D. Baldwin 69
S. Grace 71
J. H. Holland 78
15 S 63
A Rebuke to the Governor.
If one editoi is to have his own way, Governor Carter will berepd out
of the Republican Party. Ever since the downfall of Andrews the Great,
his subsidized organ has been emitting a piteous moan, which it has
beeu painful to hear. There have been several outcropp'tngs of the kick
that comes too late, and by reason of his membership in the Young
Men's Republican Club and the District Committee, J. T. Stacker has
displayed a master hand in drafting resolutions of condemnation against
the Governor for his audacity in the removal of L. A. Andrews as Sheriff
of Hawaii. On last Thursday night at the meeting of the Executive
Committee of the District Committee, Mr. Stacker introduced arid se
cured the adoption of a resolution, which is printed below. It is almost
identical in form to the resolution introduced in the Young Men's Re
publican Club by the same author on the Monday previous, and which,
after considerable discussion, was finally tabled by being referred to a
committee consisting of S. L. Desha, R. A. Lyman, Jr., and XV. H.
Beers. The District Committee resolution, which was forwarded to
Chairman Robertson by the last mail, is as follows:
Whereas, There exists in the First Representative District an Execu
tive Committee of the District Committee of the Republican party, duly
organized according to the rules of the Republican party, members of
said committee having been duly elected in convention held at Hilo,
Hawaii, on September 10, 1904; and
Whereas, Rules governing the Republican party in the Territory of
Hawaii provide that appointments' to public office shall be made upon
the endorsement of the precinct and district committees; and
Whereas, Appointments have been made contrary to the recommenda
tions of those committees and of teuor without the wishes of the com
mittees being asked; therefore, be it
Resolved, That the committee, while renewing its allegiance to the
Republican party, does, by this resolution, express its dissatisfaction
with the policy adopted by the Governor, George R. Carter, in appoint
ing to positions in the Government men who have not beeu endorsed in
accordance with the rules of the party, and that he be requested to
adhere to these rules in making appointments in this district in the
future; and be it further
Resolved, That this resolution be spread upon the minutes of this
committee meeting, and a copy be forwarded to the Republican Central
Committee in Honolulu.
Sugar Stocks Are Booming.
With the rise in the price of sugar stocks have taken a jump nud
shares which were a drug 011 the market are now in demand by thohe
wise enough to see the bright future ahead. A block of Olaa was sold
last week at $7, McBryde finds ready buyers at $8, and Waialua has re
ceived an impetus, the last sales being reported at $65.
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