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'HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ai, 1905.
PUDUSIIKU ItVKKY TUKSIIAY
urriCK, kino Dtrrbt, IIilo, Hawaii
HUp Tribuno Publishing Company, Ltd
Publisher and Proprietors.
President.. C. C. Kknnkdv
Vice-President It. B. Kiciiaud.
iccrctary-Treaiurcr J. Castlk Riduway
Auditor. ...r:. A. It. Button
Ulrectori ....-It. M.Tiiomi-son, L. W. Marsh
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iaued Tor lull term.
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Dr. Irwin's office hours will be:
9 Mo to 11:00 A. M., 1:30 to 3:00 and 7:30
to 8:00 p. M.
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Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese futcrpreters
aud Notary Public In Office.
Office: SuvitKANCK Building,
Opposite Cour House, HILO, HAWAII
J. Castlk Ridoway Tuos. C. Ridgway
Ridgway & Ridgway
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Notary Public iu Office.
OFPICK : Walnnucnue and IlridgeStrcets
i. e. ray
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Walanuenue St. Hilcr, Hawaii
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - HUo, Hawaii
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator. Guardian; and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Offics with I. B. Ra. Telephone 146
A. S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed that by virtue of the power of
sale contained in a certain mortgage
made, executed and delivered by Aleck
Johnson nud Hclcnc M. Johnson, his
wife, on October 36th, 1900, to J. L.
Carter, which said mortgage is recorded
iu the office of the Registrar of Convey
ances in Honolulu, in Liber aid, on
pages 322 aud 323, aud which said tnort
gnge was thereafter, by written assign
ment transferred and assigned to the
First Bank of IIilo, Limited, and which
said mortgage Is now the property of the
said First Bank ol IIilo, Limited, the
said assignee intends to foreclose said
mortgage for breach of conditions therein
contained, to wit, the non-payment of
principal and interest when due".
Notice is hereby given that all aud
singular the rights, tenements and here
ditaments in said mortgage contained
aud which are more fully hereinafter
described, will be sold at public auction
at the mattka door of the Court House In
Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii, on
Wednesday, the 8th day of March, 1905,
at 12 o'clock noon of the said day. The
property to be sold and which is describ
ed iu said mortgage is as follows:
All of that certain lot or parcel of land
situated on the mauka side of School
Street, Hilo, Hawaii, aud bounded as
Commencing at the north corner of
the lot sold to Geo. B. Schrader and run
South 45 West 150 feet along said lot,
thence north 43 West 50 feet aud
North 45 East 150 feet along land of F.
S. Lyman to School Street, thence along
the mauka edge of School Street South
43X East 50 feet to the point of com
mencement and containing an area of
7500 square feet.
Terms Cash. Conveyances at the ex
pense of the purchaser.
FIRST BANK OF HILO, LIMITED,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Carl S. Smith, Attorney for Mort
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Feb. 7, 1905.
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters o(
Creditissued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
eatrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centralis aud
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House nud IIilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
- Proprietor. 43
NOTICK Neither tne Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901 34-
GRAND DUKE SERGIUS KILLED DY BOMB
(By Wireless to Tine Truiunk.)
EMPRESS D0WA6ER IS
THREATENED WITH DEATH
Moscow, Russea, Feb. 17. The Grand Duke Sergius was assassintfted
today while driving to the Kremlin.
The bomb was thrown under the carriage and the explosion wrecked
the vehicle and blew off the head of the Grand Duke.
Two assassins were arrested on the spot, one being wounded by the
bomb. Several students have been arrested for complicity in the affair.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 20. The funeral of Sergius is to take place
Thursday. The strikers are increasing in number and violence. The
assassin of Sergius is unidentified.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 19. Emptess Dowager warned that she is to be
the-next victim of the strikers.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 18. Kaiser interceding to settle strike. Thirty
thousand men are now out oiljstrikc.
General Honolulu News.
Honolulu, Feb. 20. Governor recommends, loan 1ill of $1,100,000.
Oahu to get $850,000. Hilo to have Territorial building, $50,000.
Honolulu, Feb. 20. W. W. Tbayer and' Chas. Wilder have been ap
pointed by Canario and Shawtp arbitrate their differences,. these two to
select a third arbitrator.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 9. The President today nominated J. B.
Reynolds as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury and J. G. Pratt as
Postmaster of Honolulu.
', Washington, Feb. 17, 1905.
Carter, Governor, Honolulu:? )
Wilder confirmed: should qualify immediately; commission follows
W. H. MOODY.
Honolulu, Feb. 20. Carl Smith alleges special preparation on
County Bill, and is dissapoiuted in being placed on Public Health Com
mittee. Under the revised rules, his Committee is divided and he re
signs chairmanship. House creates a Reference Committee to pass on
all bills introduced, thereby avoiding useless printing. Carl S. Smith
Honolulu, Feb. 16. The afternoon session of the examination wliich
Judge Dole is conducting in the Iaukea election contest opened this
afternoon with a large pile of bags containing the ballots and other
documents used at last election. Secretary Atkinson was present and
was called to testify.
Hoolaha Hoopaa a Kuai
Mamuli o ka man a e kuai 1 haawi ia
maloko o kckahi molaki i nana ia, a ha
awi ia e Aleck Johnson me Helenc M.
Johnson, katia wahine mare, i ka la 26 o
Okaloba, 1900, ia J. L. Carter, a ua kopc
ia kela molaki ma ke keeua o ka Luna
Kakau kopc o ua palapala hoolilo ma
Honolulu, iloko o ka Buke 214, aoao 322
me 323, n mahope nmi ua hoolilo ia kela
molaki ma ka palapala hoolilo 1 kakau la
c hoolilo una i ka Baueko Mua o Hilo, i.
kaupalena ia, a no ua Baueko Mua o
Hilo, i kaupale ia, kela molaki i kcia
lnanawn, a kc mauao nei ua mea la e paa
nei ka molaki, e hoopaa aku i ua mo
laki nei no ka uhakl ia ana o na kumu i
uellke i.t iloko o ia palapala molaki, ola
hoi, no ka hookaa ole ia o kc kuuiupaa
me ka ukupanee i ka uiauawa 1 olelo ia
no ka hnokaa ana.
Nolaila, kc hoolaha ia aku nei ma
keia palapala, o ua pouo apau, ua hale
me na waihoua apau e pill ana i olelo ia
maloko o ia molaki a i hoakaka pouo ia
maloko nei, c kuai kudula ia ana 1 ke
akea ma ka puka mauka o ka Hale Hoo-
kolokolo o Hilo, Mokupuni a Teritori
o Hawaii, i ka Poakolu, ka la 8 o Maraki,
1905, 1 ka hora 12 nwakea o ia Ia.
Ela ke auo o ka waiwai e kuai ia ana i
hoakaka ia maloko o ia palapala molaki,
Kela npana aiua apau loa c waiho nei
ma ka aoao mauka o Alanui Kula, Hilo,
Hawaii, peuei na-palcua:
E hoomaka ma ke kihi nkau o ka
apnua aiua i kuai ia ia Gto. B. Schrader
a e nolo auu ileum 45 Komoltaua 150
kaptiai c pili ana me ia apaua aiua, alalia
Akau 43 Komohana 50 kapuai tne
Akau 45 Hikiua iu kapuai c pili ana
me ko F. S. Lymati aiua a hiki i Alauui
Kula, alalia e pili una me krip.i mauka o
Alauui Kula Ileum AS Hikina 50 ka
puai a hiki i kuhi I hoomaka ai; a ma
loko o keia he 7500 kapuai kuea.
D.da Kuike, Na ka mea kuai u hookaa
i ka uku no ka palapala hoolilo.
KA BANEKO MUA O IIILO, KAU
E paa ucl kaMolaki.
Caul S. Smith, Loio no na mea e paa
ucl ka Molaki.
Hilo, Hnwuil, Feb. 7, 1905. 15-4
San Fraucisco, Feb. 20, Morning. Sugar 96 degree Centrifugals
4.99 cents. Previous quotation 4.91875 cents. Beets 88 analysis 15s
ijd. Previous 'quotation 15s. Parity for Centrifrugals 5.23 cents.
Friday morning the body of a Japanese was found floating in the
Waiakea River. There were no signs of foul play, and every indication
seems to point to suicide. It was the wife of Hayashi Tagiro, a Japa
nese fisherman. It seems that on Thursday evening she was apparently
well, when they retired for the night, but when he awoke about 5.30
Friday morning he found his wife gone and the door of his house open.
After searching around, the body of his wife was found floating in the
river. He had had a financial loss a week ago in losing his fishing out
fit while out at sea, but they had never had any quarrel or family diffi
culty. The Coroner's Jury brought in a verdict that the woman came
to her death by drowning, cause unknown. Dr. Holland on ppst mor
tem examination found pleuritic adhesions and an enlarged liver, which
may have operated in producing melancholia, with the result of suicide.
(By Wireless to Tun TRint'Nit.)
THE RUSSIAN RI6HT FLANK
ATTACKED BY OYAMA
Mukden, Feb. 16. The Japanese are cannonading the right flank of
the Russian army and preparing for a general attack.
London England, Feb. 15. It is reported that the third Russian
Pacific squadron has sailed Irom Libau for the Orient.
Tokio, Japan, Feb. 15. The Japanese have captured the British steam
ers Apollo and Scotsman loaded with coal and provisions for Vladivostok.
19. Ktirbpalkin is moving from Mukden toward
J. S. Ferry Arrested.
Deputy United States Marshal Frank L. Winter came up last week on
the Kinau and placed under arrest Jos. S. Ferry, a new Hilo Circuit
Court lawyer, for being implicated in the Koloa postoffice scandal. They
returned to Honolulu last week, where Ferry will have to answer to the
charge of violating Section 5463, Revised Statutes of 'the United States.
He may possibly turn State's evidence iu the other cases, in which eent
the charge against him would be withdrawn. It seems that Ferry, ac
cording to'lhe evidence in the hands of the authorities, got mixed up
with Rego as long ago as June, 1903. In that month there was a batch
of postal money orders drawn on the Honolulu office, footing up some
where in the neighborhood of $2,000, in which Ferry is named both as
drawer and payee. Iu other words, the orders show on their face that
the money was pafd iu to the Koloa office for them by Ferry, and that
he then endorsed them here as having received the money. Now,
whether this was merely a Rego transaction, or whether Ferry is actu
ally implicated in the deal, is a matter for the courts to determine. In
addition to these June money orders, in which the name of Ferry appears
as both payer and payee, his name also appears upon money orders all
through the series drawn by Rego. In fact, the name of Ferry seems to
have been one of Rego's most valuable assets iu working his financial
plans. But, of course, there is no evidence so far made public to show
that Feiry was implicated in any way beyond the orders drawn in 1903.
Opening of Armory.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the L. Turner Co., Ltd., will be held
at thu company's premises, Walanuenue
Street, Hilo, on Monday, Feb. 37, 1905,
at 3 o'clock.
K. V. MACKIE, Secretary.
Territorial Legislature Convenes.
(From Special Correspondent to TrimjnB.)
Honolulu, Feb. 17, The third legislature of the Territory of Hawaii
was organized on Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock and immediately
settled down to business of introducing bills. For several days pre
liminary to the opening, there was talk of n spirited contest over the
speakership of the house. The presidency of the senate was conceded to
D. P. R, Isenbcrg of Oahu aud there was no apparent opposition when
the time for organization' came. Senator J. D. Paris of West Hawaii
was selected as vice-president.
The contest for speakership was a four-cornered fight between Carlos
Long of Oahu, Eric A. Knudsen of Kauai, W. W. Harris of Oahu aud
H. L. Holsteiu of Hawaii. The fight soon narrowed down to Long and
Knudsen, with the chances in favor of the latter. The only prospects of
either Harris or Holsteiu lay iu the possible withdrawal of one of the
other candidates aud the transfer of his strength to them. Carl S. Smith
was mentioned as a dark horse for speaker in the event of a deadlock,
which never came.
Solomon Maheula controlled the delegation from the Fifth and it was
generally reported that he demanded a pledge from Long that he would
be assigned to the chairmanship of the printing committee, before he
would throw the Fifth's strength to Long. Long refused, whereupon
Knudsen controlled the situation with Maheula's support, and he was
elected as sneaker.
Representative j. D. Lewis was temporary speaker but on permanent
organization failed to secure the vice-speakership. Rev. b. L. Desha,
of Hilo, who has taken nu important part in the speakership contest,
was selected as chaplain of the house which he fills with ability. Itrthe
selection of committees, Hawaii's delegation was taken care of nicely.
W. H. Shipmau was assigned to Accounts and Printing committees.
J. D. Lewis was put on Agriculture, Public Expense and Military com
mittees. Carl S. Smith was made chairman of Public Healh and Educa
tion and appointed as a member of the Judiciary committee. H. L.
Holsteiu received the chairmanship of the Committee ou Police and was
assigned to Public Lands aud Internal Improvements. A. Fernandez is
a member of the same committee. Greeuwell went on Printing and
Kauiho on Agriculture.
In the senate assignments, Senator J. T. Brown was appointed on
Rules and Public Health committees. Geo. C. Hewitt goes upon
Accounts and Education committees. J. D. Paris is likewise ou
Accounts, as well as Finance, Public Lands and Internal Improvements.
Palmer P. Woods was assigned to Rules, Public Lands and Internal
Improvements and to the committee on Miscellaneous Matters.
After organization, both houses listened to the Governor's message,
which occupied the balance of the day,
With its patriotic spirit the National Guard of Hilo has selected upon
the auniversary of George Washington's natal day with which to dedi
cate their new armory. Military life will be in full sway tomorrow
evening, and Hilo society will turn itself over entirely to the care of the
khaki uniform and the glitter of brass buttons and shoulder straps.
Martial law will prevail, and under the military skill of the soldier boys,
redoubts and entrenchments will be so thrown up that Hilo's grim
arsenal will be completely transformed. Feminine divinity may practice
her flirtations upon the innocent soldier youth, and may herself fall
victim to the alluring influence of shoulder straps, a star, or dazzling
tinsel. Under the glow and warmth of the camp fire even the civilian
may feel the tingling desire to take up the musket for his country's
cause. The spirit of George Washington will radiate over the scene,
and the spirit of valor and bravery will be represented in abundance by
the numerous National emblems for which our heroes have fought and
bled. At 8:00 o'clock the bugle will sound the reveille, and under the
quiet influence of military music the light fantastic will thenceforth
throughout the evening hold forth. The dedicatory speech will be made
by Hon. C. M. LeBlond. The committees in charge are as follows:
General Committee Capt. W. A. Fetter, Lieut. W. H Beers, Sergt.
J. D. Easton, aud Private E. H. Lyman.
Reception Committee Capt. W. A. Fetter, Sergt. J. D. Easton, Sergt.
D. Reinhardt, Corp. Chas. Akau, Private E. Nnmohala.
Floor Committee Lieut. W. H. Beers, Manager; Sergt. W. G.
Weight, Corp. H. Morehead, Corp. T. Rowland, Musician F. B. Adams.
Refreshment Committee Lieut H. W. Ludloff, Privates E. H. Ly
man, A. M. Cabrinba, Joe Caceres, E. Brown.
Decoration Committee Sergt. John M. Herring, Privates' Amois de
Costa, Kauka Akiona, Oliver Akau, Chas. Anderson, J. B. Medeiro, W.
Wery, W. Higgins, W. R. A. Kayser, A Kihulu.
Intallation of Masonic Officers.
At the regular stated meeting of the Kilauea Lodge No. 330 F. & A.
M. lild last Saturday evening, the following officers for the ensuing
year were duly installed: '
Thomas Caldwell Ridgway, Worshipful Master; William Thomas
Balding, Senior Warden; Everett Nathan Holmes, Junior Warden;
Adam Lindsay, Treasurer; George Henry Vicars, Secretary; Philip
Peck, Chaplain; Donald Scott Bowman, Marshal; William McKay,
SeiiTor Deacon; Allen Serouny WalH Junior Deacon; James Henderson,
Senior Steward; Thomas Guard, Junior Steward; William Siegfried
After the intallation services a collation was served at Demosthenes'
Cafe, where the members of the Lodge repaired. The sumptuous repast
was enjoyed by all, after which followed the responses to the several
toasts. The program was as follows:
The Mo3t Worshipful Grand Lodge of California, responded to
Geo. ti. Williams, P. M.
Music, Hawaiian Quintette Club.
The President of the United States, responded to by J. U. Smith
place of F. Souza, P. M., who was absent.
Recitatton, H. li. Kelsey.
Kilauea Lodge, No. 330, F. & A. M., responded to by F.
Metcalt, P. M.
Song, E. A. von Aruswaldt.
The Master and Officers of the Coming Year, responded to by Thos.
C. Ridgway, W. M.
Music, Hawaiian Quintette Club."
Our Visiting Brethren, responded to by J. C. Searle of Hawaiian
Lodge, No. 21.
Song. John T. Moir, P. M.
Our New Home, responded to by E.' E. Richards, P. M.
Music, Hawaiian Quintette Club.
Our Departed Brethren, In Silence.
To all Masons, whithersoever "uTspersed.
Mr. E. N. Holmes, J. W., acted as toast master and introduced the
speakers. One of the pleasant features of the evening was the presenta
tion to the retiring Master, F. A. Medcalf with a Past Master's jewel.
In accepting it, Mr. Medcalf said that it had afforded him great 'pleasure
to have been Master of Kilauea Lodge, aud the jewel would always keep
in mind pleasant recollections of his past year's experience.
About 12:30 the gathering broke up with the refrain of "Auld Laug