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KILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1905.
No. 21.
Special Morling.
KILAt'KA LOIH'.K NO. jjo,
I', nuil A. .M. There will lion
spci'U m'clitin of the nliovc
lodge Wednesday evening, March
as, 19115, nt 713" P- in Work in first
degree. Sojourning mill visiting brethren
nrc cordially iuviu-il.
lly older of the W.M.
II. VICARS,
Secretary.
A
run
Special Meeting.
KILAUKA 1.01)015 NO 330, 1'. niul
A. M. There will he 11 special meeting
of the nlxive lodge Siturd.iy evening.
March 25, 19115, nt 7:30 p. m. Work in
first degree. Sojourning nnd visiting
litethren are cordially inviteil.
liy onler ol the W. M.
II. VICARS,
Seoctary.
Notice ol Election.
At n mix-ling of the share holders of the
L. Turner Co., Ltd., held nt the office of
the company, Hilo.on I'ehrtmry 27, 1905,
the following officers were eke ted to
serve for the ensuing year:
President, C. C. Kennedy,
Vice-President, A. Lindsay,
Treasurer, N. C. Willfong, .
Secretary, K. 1 Mackie,
who, with A. Htimburg and L. Turner,
constitute the hoard of Directors.
KI5IT1I V. MACKIH,
19-3 ' Secretary.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
LIMITIiu.
Incorporated Under the I,nwf of the
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, $joo,ooo.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
KILAUEA VOLCANO ON EXHIBITION AGAIN
I'KCK . Prctl.lent.
C. C. KHNNIUIY Vlce-r-rrii.
JOHN T. MOIK-Jiul Vlce-I'rc.
C. A. STOMlt Cmliier.
A. It. JACKSON Secretary.
DIKHCTOR9:
John Wait, John J. Grace,
V. 8. I.y mntl, H. V. l'atlcu,
Wm. I'ulUr. W. II. Hhlpmnn.
Drs. Grace and Irwin
oi'Fiuit nouns:
During thu absence of Dr. J.J. Grace
Dr. Irwin' office hours will he:
9:00 to 11:00 a. m., 1:30 to 3:00 anil 7:30
to 8:00 1'. 11.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St.
ATTOUXKVS..VT.LAW,
Chas. M. LeBlond
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW
Hawaiian, Japanese, nml Chinese Interpreters
inl Notary llibllc in Olficc.
Office: SltVKKANCH 11UII.UIN0,
Opposite Cour Home. 1UI.O, HAWAII
J. Casti.ii Ridgway Tiios. C. Ridgway
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATTO UNItY S-AT-I. A V
tollcllotn of Talents Cenerul Law I'rnctlcc
1111.0, HAWAII.
Notary Public in Office.
ul'VICH: Wainnuciiuc niul Ilriilgn Strreta
Drhw R.cliane on
n Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, 1'nrgo & Co. llHiik...SHii I'rancisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Dank New York
The National llank of the Re- . ,
public I Chicago
Glynn, Mills, Cnrrie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- ) Hongkong,
lug Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank-) Shanghai,
ing Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-) VokoliBiim
tug Corporation fan,tl I,ioK.
' ) Japan.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month ot Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Routo to Volcano
TIME TABLE
Iu effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Traiui, Except Sunday.
I. JE. JRiVY
ATTORNKY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
WHiauiienuc St.
Hilo, Hawaii
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MADAME PELE COMES FORTH
IN CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE
At 5 o'clock Inst evening n telephone message from the Volcano House
announced a renewed outbreak of Kilattca, with a large fountain and a
steady stream of molten lava pouring out into the crater. Messrs. Clias.
ucai aim wm. Williamson ol Honolulu hail just returned from the pit
much excited and gave a thrilling discriptiou of the activity, which is
more violent than heretofore witnessed during the recent outbreak.
They report that there is n thundering roar issuing from the pit, which
was distinctly heard several hundred yards away. They first noticed
detonations like cannon when they atrived at the corral, and when they
reached the craters brink, a magnificent desplay of rocks hurling through
the air, puffs of cinders and sulphur smoke and a steady flow of lava
could be clearly seen. They only remained a few moments to watch the
sight, hurrying back to the hotel to spread the news. The flow of lava
is said to be continuous and about six feet wide.
A SECRET INVESTIGATION
IMPLICATES SUPT.
ATKINSON
(By Wireless to This 1 uiiiunk.)
Troubles in Poland.
Warsaw, Russia, Mar. 20. Conditions are serious and troops are
mobilized. Riots are threatened.
Russians Are In Full Retreat.
?Kuroki's Headquarters, Manchuria, Mar. 20. The Russian retreat is
disorganized. The troops are abandoning their dead.
(Hy Wireless to Tint TiunuNit.)
Honolulu, Mar. 17. The Committee on Public Expenditures yester
day submitted to the House a report on the conditions in the Department
of Education. The repott with accompanying evidence was submitted
to the Governor, who has since written to Superintendent Atkinson inti
mating that he ought to resign. Superintendent Atkinson replied that
he dislikes to resign under fire and before he has a chance to defend
himself. Investigation was conducted in seLret, which fact has increased
popular displeasure.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San I'rancisco, Mar. 20. 960 Test Centrifugals,
$100.00; 88 analysis beets, i.jsgd.
5 cents; per ton
Colonel Barber is Dead.
New ork, March 17. Colonel Barber, who commanded the first
New ork regiment of Volunteers during the Spanish American War
w ,- , nt onc llme was '" CO'"1"'111"" of the military forces at Camp
Mckinley, Honolulu, died here today from heart disease.
FOR PUNA:
Tho trains of thin Company between
Hilo and Puna will bu run as follows:
WHDNKSDAY:
Leave Hilo Statiou, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steatnihip Kinuu, rutiniiij.'
through to Puna and Hopping at l'ahoa
both t'oiug and returning.
REAL ESTATK, ETC
rtnm
F. S. LYMAN
AGENT
I'IRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
INSURANCE
Waianueuiic Street, Hilo, Hawaii
A S. Lc13aron Gurney
AUCTIONEER
COMMISSIONS '
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
FRONT STREET
OPPOSITE Sl'RECKEI.S' IIUILDINO
ICHT.A.MIvlHIIlI 1H3H.
BISHOP & CO.
Bankers.
Honolulu - - Oaiiu, H. I.
Transact n General Hanking and Ex
change busincm
Couimereial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, available iu all the principal
cilica of the world.
Spccicl attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
FURNISHED ROOMS
IIY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat nud newly fitted. Ceutrallj and
pleasantly located on
PITMAN STREET
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing oil Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, jile.ib.tut retreat,
forms Reasonable.
C. F. BRADSHAW
Proprietor. 43
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Czar Will Not Listen .to Peace Talk. '
St. Petersburg, Russia, Mar. 20. The Czar declines to consider peace.
Several Ministers are urging overtures be made to Japan. Present dis
orders are growing.
Japan Seeks German Money.
Iterlin, Germany, Mar. 17. Japan is sounding financialisls about a
loan.
Many Russian Prisoners Taken.
17. In crturiug Tie Pass the Japanese
Tic Pass, Manchuria, Mar,
took many prisoners.
Russia Ready for Peace Terms.
Paris, Prance, Mar. 17. It is rumored that Russia is willing to dis
cuss peace with the indemnity eliminated.
Cossacks Loot Mukden Before Retreat.
London, March 17. The Cossacks committed the wildest excesses at
Mukden prior to their retreat, looting the town and killing civilians.
A Hawaiian Embezzler Caught.
Queenstown, Ireland, March. 15. A young man, giving his name II.
K. Kentwcll of Honolulu, was arrested here today for embezzlement on
a request received from Washington. This is undoubtedly Henry Ka
pea, the absconding clerk of the Hawaiian Trust Co., Itd.
The Sunday Law Passes.
Honolulu, Mar. 20. Quinu's Sunday observance law has passed. It
is very liberal in its provisions. ,
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sunduys, good
returning, until the following Monday
noon.
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
low rates.
D. E. MET.GER,
Superintendent.
ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
LEGAL NOTICES.
Ill the Circuit Court ol the Fourth Cnrnit,
iciliiuiy 01 1111WMU.
IN PUOIIATK AT ClIAMIIl'.US.
In the mutter of the Estate of M. V.
HOLMES, deceased.
A document purporting to Ik the last
will nud testament ol M. V. Holmes,
deceased, having been filed by E. N.
I Holmes, 11 lirotlur of said deceased,
1 wherein he asks that the said will be ad
mitted to piolmte, and that he be up
, pointed Executor of s.iid will.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 1H1I1
day of Anril. loos, at 10 o'clock of s.iiil
dav, nt the Court room of said Court, at
Hilo, Hawaii, he, and the s.unc is hereby
appointed the time and place fur proving
Mill will and hearing said application,
when and where any person interested
may appc-ir ami show cause, if any they
have, why the praver ol the petition
should nut be grauteif
Datid. Hilo, Hawaii, March 16, 1905.
II v the Coin 1 :
A. S. LullAKON GUKNFY, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
W. S. Wish,
Attorney for Petitioner. 31.3
The Japanese Advance.
Washington, D. C, Mar. 17. A detachment occupied Iling King
on the 13th and the advance troops arc pressing the enemy everywhere,
occupying Tielling at 12:20.
Kuropatkin Resigns Command.
Paris, Prance, Mar. ifi. Kuropatkin has resigned command of the
Manchuaian army. It is expected that Grand Duke Nicholas will suc
ceed him.
St. Petersburg, Mar. 17. General Linevitch has succppiIpiI k'nmmi.
kin and General Kazibee .succeeded I.encvitch in command of Vladivostok.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Mar. 17. Kuropatkin has left the front for
home.
General Hawley Is Dead.
Washington, D. C, Mar. 18. General Joseph R. Ilnwley is dead.
Gen. Joseph R. Hawley was the junior Senator from Connecticut, a
Republican, born at Stewartsville, N. C. Oct. 11. 1826. He was n irrul-
uale of Hamilton College, New York, practiced law for a number of
years, was editor of the Hartford (Conn.) Evening Press and later of
Hartford Courant. Iu the war of the Rebellion, he enlisted in the Union
Army and became a Brigadier General. He was elected Governor of
Connecticut iu April 1 806. He was at the head of the Centennial Expo
sition Commission. He was a member of the lower house of Congress
for six years and took his seat iu the United States Senate 011 March 4,
1881. His term of service expired on March 3, 1905.
Colorado's Gubernatorial Tangle.
Denver, Col., Maich 17. The legislature has declared Peabody
elected Governor and has ousted Adams who promptly relinquished the
office. ,
Colorado's Governor Resigns.
Denver, Mar. 18. Governor Peabody has resigned and lieutenant
Governor McDonald has been inaugurated.
Will Postpone San Domingo Treaty.
Washington. D. C. Mar. ifi. The indir.ifinnu nrn lliol it. IT. .:...!
iftates Senate will adjourn on Friday without taking action on San Do
mingo treaty.
Justifies Seizure of American Property.
Paris, Praucc, Mar. 17. The Venezuelan Court has decided Hmi ibr.
American Asphalt Company is iu leamie with the revolutionists n,i n,-1
seizure 01 us propetty was justilied,
Senate Favors One County for Hawaii.
Honolulu, Mar. 20. The Senate has finished the second reading of
the County bill, providing one county for Hawaii and reducing salaries
of county officers.
Legislators Return From Molokai.
Honolulu, Mar. 20. The legislators returned from their Molokai trip
Sunday night. They report that thev find tln rniiditinn nf i 1 .J,
of the Settlement satisfactorv. Dr. M. R1V0 nf Ttiir. ,..e .. .1.!.
- - --.. w iiu ttilf UitV. Ul lilU
party.
Not Satisfied With Honolulu Verdict.
San Francisco, Cal. Mar. 20. The San Francisco Police will hold a
second inquest on the remains of Mrs. Jane I,. Stanford.
Forest Fires on Oahu.
Honolulu, March 20. Fire has broken out on the mountains at Wai
miaka near Waianae-uku and Wnipio landings. The authorities have a
hundred men fighting it today.
Kinau Passenger List.
Honolulu, Mar. 20. Kinau bookings to 3 p. m.: J. S. McCandless
M. A. McCord, Mr. Card, Mrs. Patton, Dr. M. Rice, W. K. Hapai, 6'
F. Cleiumons and wife, F. F. Cronhos. A. G. I.aslior nn.l .ir x'rtJ
Jessie lusher, I. Rubenstein, Prof. Wood, IJruce Cartwright, N. C.' Wiil-
lung, v. Kiciucy, miss iuary waierutiry.
Kona Fires Break Out Again.
After believing the forest fire which has been raging ou the mountain
slopes of South Kona for two weeks had been effectually put out the
fire broke out afresh about a week ago, and before it could be gotten
under control, the burning district had spread almost to Papa, near Ho
okena. This means that the fires have extended nearly a mile farther.
Fire Warden Geo. P. McDougall has remained on the scene and Sheriff
Searle is with him rendering such assistance within the power of the
police department.
The former fire had been subdued, at the time Forester Hostner left
Hilo, although there were .smouldering embers and burning logs, scat
tered over the burned district which covered about four square miles
Every day for a week, Warden McDougall with a gang of men made a
detour of the burned section, stamping out such flames as appeared dan
gerous and likely to spread. Not satisfied a final trio was made on Fri
day, March 10th, and when he reached the brow of Kapttna hill, the
whole mountain side seemed ablaze with flames. A heavy wind had
sprung up in the night, which it is supposed caused the second outbreak.
With a gang of fifty men, Mr. McDougall commenced work at once
digging trenches and making clearings around the burning woods. He
dug a ditch two feet wide and two feet deep along the upper boundary
aim niaue a clearing ol twenty-lour feet along the mauka edge of the
ditch iu the hope of stopping the further advance of the fire. This has
worked successfully, and late last evening Mr. McDougall telephoned
that he believed he had the fire under control. Nearly 3,000 ncres of
timber have now been destroyed. The fire did not reach Papa and did
not make much progress up the mountain side except toward the south
in Alika district. Forester Hosmer is now in Honolulu and has been
kept advised of the progress of the fire.
Fishermen Required to Register.
Commenting on the recent disaster among the Japanese fisherman
when three of their number were drowned at sea, Sherifl Searle said:
"There should be a law passed by the Legislature requiring all fisher
men to have their boats and names of occupants registered. This ought
to be an easy matter and need not entail any expense on the fishermen.
It would enable the authorities to locate missing fishermen, as iu this
lustauce,"
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