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HJXO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1905.
lji; gjUtf vUnmcJ Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose.
PUDUSHKU KVltKY TU1J9DAY
OrvicB, Kino Btrrkt, Hilo, Hawaii
1III0 Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Fiabllihert and Proprietors.
President C. C. Khnmrdv
ViccFreildent It. B. KicliAtuv.
secretary! rttmrer J. Cabtlu kuxiway
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Chas. M. LeBlond
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and Notary Public In Office.
Office: SllVKRANCR BUIUHNO,
Opposite Cour Home. HIM). HAWAII
J. CAStt.8 RlDOWAT TUOS. C. RlDGWAY
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toltcttors of Patent General Law Practlci
Notary Public In Office.
OPVIClt : Walanuenue and Iltldue Strceti
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act at Administrator. Guardinn and
Executor. Rents and Dills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. " Telephone 146
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
Notice is hereby given by the under-1
signed that by virtue of the power of!
sale contained in n certain mortgage '
made, executed and "delivered by Aleck
Johnson nud Hclenc M. Johnson, his
wife on October 26th, 1900, to J. L.
Carter, which said mortgage is recorded
in the office of the Registrar of Convey
nnccs in Honolulu, in Liber 214, on
pnges 322 and 333, and which said mort
gage was thereafter, by written assign,
ment transferred and assigned to the
First Rank of Hilo, Limited, and which
said mortgage is now the property of the
said First Bank ot Hilo, 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 and
singular the rights, tenements and here
ditaments in said mortgage contained
and which arc more fully hereinafter
described, will be sold at public auction
at the mauka 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 in said mortgage is as follows:
All of that certain lot or parcel of land
situated 011 the mauka side of School
Street, Hilo, Hawaii, and 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 43X West 50 feet and
North 45 East 150 feet along land of F.
S. Lyman to School Street, thence along
the mauka edge of School Street South
43 East 50 feet to the point of com
mencement and containing on 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
gagee. Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Feb. 7, 1905.
KILAUEA CRATER CONTINUES IN ERUPTION
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FOUR DAYS OF ACTIVITY
ANOTHER OUTBREAK OCCURS
Madame I'clc, the grim Goddess of Kilauea's fiery furnaces, on Feb
ruary 22nd, came forth from her cavernous abyss and added her share
in celebrating the birthday of the Father of our country. For four days
she played her pyrotechnics, sending" tons of molten lava high into the
nir, and playing with hugh fragments of solidified rock as though she
were scattering feathers before the wind. With rythmic and hideous
noise, the echoes of slushing, sloshing, dashing and lushing luva could
be heard surging amidst the dark fastnesses below, as Pete turned loose
her hounds of fire. Old Vulcan sent his sparks scattering across the
cloak of darkness, while Pluto held sway in his realm of cold, bleak and
cheerless waste, where the God of Fire in an unbridled fury had spent
his spleen. For the nonce, when standing on the trembling edge of the
yawning depths of this House of Fury, one realizes what a pygmy he is
as compared to the giant forces of the nether world that hold his destiny
as within the swing of the pendulum.
A Tribune representative went down into the crater on Friday even
ing in company with a large party of Hiloitcs, who had that afternoon
come up by train from Hilo. He fflind the activity centered on the cast
side of Hale-maumau, in the direc ion of Tuna. Apparently the fires
LATER Just as the TRIBUNE goes to press a tele
phone message from the Volcano House brings the news
of renewed activity, more grand if possible than before.
Parties returning from the crater report that the fire has
burst through the landslide which choked the lava flow
and a magnificent fountain "is playing continuously, the
extent of the opening in the side wall being 250 feet in
length by 100 feet in width.
Hoolaha Hoopaa a Kuai
Mamuli o ka maua e kuai i haawi la
maloko o kckahi uiolaki i liana ia, a ha
awi ia c Aleck Johnson me Helcne M.
Johnson, kana wahinc marc, i ka la 26 o
Okatoba, 1900, ia J. L. Carter, a ua kope
ia kela uiolaki ma ke keeua o ka Luna
Knkau kope o na palapala hoolilo ma
Honolulu, iloko o ka Buke 214, aoao 322
mc 323, n mahope mai uu hoolilo ia kela
uiolaki ma ka palupala hoolilo 1 knkau la
e hoolilo aim I ka Baneko Mua o Hilo, i
kaupulcna ia, a no ua Baneko Mua o
Hilo, i kaupalc la, kela molaki i kein
nianawa, a ke manno liei ua mca la e paa
uei ka uiolaki, e lioopaa aku i ua mo
laki uci no ka uhaki ia ana o na kuuiu 1
aclikc ia iloko o ia palapala molaki, oia
hoi, no ku hookaa ole ia o ke kumupaa
uie ka ukupauee i ka mauawa i olelo ia
110 ka hookaa ana.
Nuluila, ke houluhu ia aku nci ma
keia palnpala, o ua pouo apau, na hale
mc na waihoua apnu e pill aua i olelo ia
maloko o ia molaki a i hoakaka pono ia
maloko uei, e kuai kudala ia ana i ke
akea ma ka puka mauka o ka Hale Hoo
kolokolo o Hilo, Mokupuui n Terltori
o Hawaii, i ka Poakolu, ka la 8 o Maraki,
1905, i ka hora 12 awaken o ia la.
Eia ke auo o ka waiwal e kmi ia ana i
hoakaka ia maloko o ia palapala molaki,
Kela apaua aina apau loa e waiho nei
ma ku sono mauka o Alanui Kula, Hilo,
Hawaii, peuei na palena:
E hooutaka ma ke kill! akau o ka
apaua aina i kuai ia ia Geo B. Schrader
a e holo aku Hcma 45 Komohana 150
kapuai c pili ana me ia apaua aina, alalia
Akau 43X Komohana 50 kapuai me
Akau 45 Hikluu 150 kapuai c pili ana
mc ko F, S. Lyman nltin n hikl 1 Alanui
Kula, aluila e pili ana mc knpn mauka o
Alanui Kuln Ileum 43 Hlkina 50 ka
puai a hiki i kahi 1 hoomakn al; a ma
loko o keia he 7500 kapuai kuea. x
Dala Kulke. Na ka mea kuai e hookaa
1 ka uku no ka palapala hoolilo.
KA BANEKO MUA O HILO, KAU
PALENAIA, E paa uei ka Molaki,
.Caul S. Smith, Loio no na mea c paa
nei ka Molaki.
Hilo, Hawitil, Feb. 7, 1905. 15-4
The annual meeting of the stockholders
NOTICK Neither the Masters nor of the L. Turner Co.. Ltd., will be held
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line" nt the company's premises, W.ilanneniie
will be responsible for any debts con- Sl . .,,, Monday Feb 37 100s
traded by the crew. R. T. GUARD, blreet; ; l0 on Mc-miay, leu. 27, 1905,
Agent. , at 3 o'clock.
Ullo, April 16, xqoi . 14. J K, F, MACKIE, Secretary,
had found a vent through a couple of fissures about one hundred feet
from the bottom of the crater underneath quite an extensive ledge. The
two fissures came together in a point forming an angle of about 65 de
grees. The length of the two fissures were over 100 feet taken together.
From the apex of the angle, a lava flow ran down the side of the crater
forming a lake at the bottom of Hale-maumau of possibly two acres or
more. These two fissures retained their incandescent appearance all the
time, and at intervals from' three to five minutes apart would belch forth
huge volumes of lava, sending skyward for a distance of 60 or 70 feet
red hot boulders' and fiery rocks, Wo.jch in turn would fall back against
the side of the cliff and with leaps and bounds find their way to the bot
tom of the pit. It is the opinion of the Tribune representative that
there is a lake or fiery cauldron behind the east wall.of Hale-maumau
that finds vent or outlet through the fissures above referred to, for at
differcht times and in fact almost continuously, explosions and the sound
of rushing lava could be heard with no apparent manifestations discern
able at the mouth of the fissures.
About five hundred feet to the left, ancTbn the northeast wall of the
pit, at about the same height, there could be seen a' bright red spot,
from .which black smoke was emitted in large volumes. There was no
flow or spouting from this latter aperature which rather indicates that
the activity is general along the same level.
The Tribune representative visited the crater again on Saturday
morning and was better able to distinguish the location of the eruption.
As far as could be made out no active-lake or cone had been formed, but
the flow seemed to come from underneath a cleft of rocks. On Saturday
night it was found that the over-h nging ledge had fallen in, and while
there was no flow or eruption under way, two bright spots of fire could
plainly be seen through the debris, indicating that the fire is temporarily
smothered and will probably break forth again as soon as the gases be
come strong enough to force an exit. The hot cracks, over which the
tourists often boil a cup of tea or scorch postal cards have become more
extensive in area, and have moved a little to the northward. Pete's
Reception Room, which in former days was like a hot oven, has now
cooled to a temperature in which one may rest with comparative case
and may be explored for a hundred feet or more without- feeling any
ill effects from the heat. She has established over among the hot cracks
a Devil's Kitchen in which the guide tells you she prepares her fiery
luaus and roasts the legion of departed souls of those who were not good.
Madam Pele is not the only one that reigns supreme around Kilauea.
Lycurgus, more familiarly known as Demosthenese, reaches the heart of
man in an epicurean way, while Pele caters to the allurements of the
mind and strikes awe to the soul. The Volcano House under the
management of Lycurgus has been trausforncd as far as painting and
new furniture can do. It has been completely renovated, and fresh
paint has brightened up the dark corners. The fire place in the billiard
room has been remodeled, and a painting of Kileaua in its prime by ar
tist E. Fuhr adorns the front panel. A soft bed now awaits the traveler
wearied by sight seeing, and his head rests on soft pillows. No longer
as he turns over in bed is he awakened by the crunch and crack of a
corn-husk mattress nor does he feel rheumatic or have to straighten the
kinks out of himself as formerly when he rises in the morning. White
enamel bed-steads, bureaus and washstands, and new rugs uow adorn
the bed rooms. With plenty of water, a cuisine that cannot be improved
upon, and all the comforts of home, one cannot ask for more. The par
lor and reception room with their rugs and fire-places; the dining room
with its cozy library lamps shedding a red glow over all the tables and
a stove that removes the chill from the frosty air; and the grounds with
their violets and roses, make the Volcano House a most attractive resort.
A new cottage has been built in front of the left wing of the Hotel, and
will shortly be ready for occupancy. A gas plant will also be in full sway,
so that the days of candles and kerosene lamps will soon be a thing of
the past More furnishings are expected soon to replace some of the old
nieces that have long since become antique. The rapid changes within
the last few months have placed the Volcano House on a standing, of
which Hilo and the whole Territory should be justly proud.
The table and accomodations are all that the heart could desire, Fresh
vegetables from the Volcano House garden daily supply the larder with
asparagus, cauliflower, potatoes, radishes, headed lettuces, strawberries,
rhubarb and other table delicacies. The recent cold snap came near
ruining Lycurgus' garden, but he had taken precautions for the pro
tection of his plants from frost and continues to serve the best the season
affords. Water is plentiful from the storage tanks which have recently
been installed, so that the tourist can want for nothing that cannot be
HONOLULU GETS APPROPRIATIONS
FOR HARBOR AND LIGHTHOUSE
(By Wirclrss to Tint Trihunk.)
Honolulu, Feb. 23. Delegate Kuliio cables Governor Carter that the
Committee reports favorably an appropriation of $40,000 for light
The appropriation refers to Honolulu harbor only, and not to the
appropriations for all the islands. This sum will be sufficient, it is
thought, to secure a very fine light-house.
Honolulu, Feb. 24. Governor Carter this afternoon received the fol
$400,000 Honolulu harbor passed House;
River and Harbor Bill Passes.
Washington, Feb. 24. The House hns passed the River and Harbor
bill. It carries $17,000,000, including an item for survey Hilo breakwater.)
Postmaster Pratt Confirmed. .
Washington, D. C, Feb. 23. J. G. Pratt has been confirmed as
Postmaster of Honolulu. He qualifies here.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
Honolulu, Feb 27. 96 Test Centrifugals, 5.0625c; per ton 55101.25.
88 Analysis Beets, 15s. 4d.; per ton $106.80.
Fire At New Orleans.
New Orleans, La., Feb. 27. A fire has occurred on the River Front
causing a loss of one million dollars.
- Russians Do Damage.
Tokio, Japan, Feb. 22. The Russians continue to bombard the Japa
Tientsin, China, Feb. 22. The Russian raiders have damaged the
Mukden, Feb. 27. An action is in progress on the Russian left. The
Japanese have obtained an advantage at heavy cost.
Tokio, Japan, Feb. 27. Two infantry attacks at Mintaushan have
been repulsed. The German steamer Romulus has been seized.
No Wine or Beer For Lepers.
Honolulu, Feb. 23. The petition of lepers for issuance of wine and
beer license in the settlement has been denied by the Board of Health.
Congress Refuses to Investigate.
Washington, D. C, Feb. 22. The House of Representatives has
adopted a resolution declaring that it is inexpedient at this time to in
vestigate the legality of the election of the Delegate from Hawaii to the
Commission to Study Leprosy.
Honolulu, Feb. 23. Governor Carter has signed the joint resolution
passed Jiy the Legislature urging Congress to appropriate $150,000 for a
scientific leper commission to study the subject at Molokai settlement.
Were Justified in Firing.
Paris, February 23. It is semi-officially reported that the North Sea
Inquiry Commission bus decided that Rojestvensky had a right to fire,
legitimately believing the fleet to be endangered. It is said that the re
port does not mention the presence of Japanese torpedo boats.
Russian Strikes Extending.
Warsaw, Feb. 24. The strike is worse and is extending over all rail
way lines. The strikers are resorting to violence and the government is
puzzled over how to proceed.
Berlin, Feb. 22. The Russian Emperor has ordered that the demands
of the striking railroad employees be granted.
Weber Found Guilty.
Auburn, Cal., Feb. 22. Adolph Weber was today found guilty of
murder in the first degree. Weber was charged with murdering his
parents and afterwards burnitig their house,
War to Continue.
Berlin. Germanv. Feb. 23. -The Emneror of Russia has decided to
continue the war with Japan with the utmost energy. The domestic
situation is reported to be within the control of the authorities.
Registered at Volcano House.
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Wilcox, Frazee, Minn.; Mrs. H. H. Renton and
three children, Kohala; Miss Genevieve B. Venable, Farmville, Va.;
Miss Gertrude Huntington, Washington, D. C; Thos. C. Rjdgway, E.
N. Holmes, Chas. M. LeBlond, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Guard, Miss Guard,
Miss Ruth Guard, Jack Guard, R. A. Lucas, R. T. Moses, D. E. Metz
ger and H. M. Leonard, Hilo; E. M. Brown, Honolulu; Wm. McKay,
C. E. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. W. li. C. Campbell, Hilo; Captain and
Mrs. J. F. Pratt and daughter, U. S. S. Patterson; Miss Dorothy Wood,
Honolulu; A. LGiacomiui, H.J,. Beck, John W. Maupin, W. M.
Steimagle, Elmer B.-Collins, A. E. Brisman, Dr. J. Hobart Egbert, U.
S. S. Patterson; Samuel H. Dowsett, Honolulu; Mrs. Julian Moutsarrat,
Kapapala; Miss Ben Taylor, Virginia; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Balding,
Mrs. Wm. Weight, Miss Alice Weight, Miss Minnie Schmidt, Miss
Franc Eaton, Mrs. H. II. Morehead, E. E. Richards, Dr. J. Holland, J.
Castle Ridgway, E. D. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kennedy, Robt.
Hawxhurst Jr., Wm. Downer, Hilo; M. Goulden, J. J. McLane, A. R.
Hunter, R. J. Christman, C. C. Craft, U. S. S. Patterson; S. Hatter,
Chicago; John H, Lane and wife, Battle Creek, Mich.: II. H. Miller.
W, T. McKeuzle, Hilo,