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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS," TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1905.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In ncconlnncc with the mles of the Nn
tiotinl Hoard of l'irc Underwriter.
A complete stock of
l'ixtutcs, Similes, Table, Bed mid Desk
Litmps, etc., always on hnnd.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motors, swivel frnmc 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them ft n month
Installation charged cxlrn.
Estimates furnished on nil classes ol
Hlectricnl Work nnd Contracts taken to
instiill apparatus complete.
ww nitiwit lite ariTci"ni wfi"ilt.'ia
Chas. M. LeBlond
HawnlUti, Jntinnese, nml Chinese Ititer)ictcra
nml Notary Public In Office.
Office: SltVlJRANClt BUILDING,
Opposite Cour IIoum. HII.O. HAWAII
J. CASTLH RllXSWAY TltOS. C. RIDGWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
t'lOllcltor of Patent. General Law Tractlc
Notary Public in Office.
Ol'I'ICH ; Walntiiicnue nml ItrltlRe Street.
In the Circuit Court of the I'ottrth Circuit,
Territory ol Ilnwaii.
In the matter of drawing Grnnd nnd
Trial Juries for the Mny, 1905, Term
of said Court.
Notice is hereby given Hint the Grnnd
nnd Trial Juries for the May, 1905, Term
or the Circuit Court of the l'ourth Circuit,
Terriloty of Hawaii, will be drawn in the
iiinniicr required by lnw in the Court
Room of said l'oufth Circuit Court nt
Hilo. Hawaii, nl 10 o'clock, 011 the morn
ing of Thursday, Mny 4U1, A. 1). 1905.
CHARLES F. PARSONS,
Hilo, Hnwnll, April 37, 1905.
INDUSTRIAL STRIKE IN GHIGA
I. 3G. R-tVY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
KKAI. KSTATK, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Wnianucnuc Street, Hilo, Ilnwnii
W. H. BEERS
(English nml Ilnwniinu)
Commission nnd Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian nnd
Executor. Rents nnd Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Rnr. Telephone 146
A S. LcBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SFRECKELS" BUILDING
BISHOP & CO.
HONOLUMT - - OAHU, II. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters ol
CrcditUsued, available in nil the principal
cities of the world.
Special nttcntinu given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange,
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat nnd newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks, A 'juict, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
WH. G. IRWIIU CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross A Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chamiihrs In Pkoiiatu.
In the matter of the Estate of JOHN
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIBU
TION AND DISCHARGE.
The petition of Alexander Smith, Ad
ministrator of the Estntc ol John Mc-
Oillivrny, deceased, having been filed,
wherein he asks that his accounts maybe
examined nnd approved nnd that n final
order of distribution lie made of the prop
erty remaining in his hands to the per
sona entitled thereto, nnd discharging
him from nil further responsibility us
such administrator, aud that his bonds
men be released from all further liabllitv
It is ordered Hint Tuesday, the 6th day
of June, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock, n. 111.,
is the time set fur hearing said petition,
in the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit
Court, nt Hilo, Hnwiui.nt which time and
place all persons interested mav anneiir
nnd show cnusc, if nny they have, why
the prayer of said petition should not be
Dated. Hilo, Hawaii, April 20, 1905.
By the Com t:
A. S. LltBARON GURNEY, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
W. s. Wish,
Attorney for Petitioner. 26-4
(By WirclcM to Tint TninoNic.)
FEDERAL INJUNCTION HAS
BEEN ISSUED AGAINST STRIKERS
Chicago, 111., April 27. A general strike of teamsters Is impending.
There is minor rioting.
Chicago, 111., April 28. This city (son the verge of the greatest in
dustrial strike in its history.
Chicago, 111., April 20. The United States Government has been
drawn into the industrial strike. A Federal injunction has been issued
against th strikers. The feeling is intense and trouble is expected.
The militia have been called out.
Notice lo Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT Chamiihus In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of M. V.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been confirmed as Ex
ecutor of the last will nnd Testament
of M. V. Holmes, deceased, nnd thnt
nil persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased, whether secured or
otherwise, nrc required to present them lo
the undersigned, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this notice,
otherwise snld claims, if nny, will be
EVERETT N. HOLMES.
Executor of the will of M. V. Holmes,
W. S. Wish,
Attorney for Estate.
Hilo, May 1, 1905. 27.4
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San Francisco, Cal., May 1.-96 Test Centrifugals, 4.6175; per
'"i fr)235' 8S analysis beets, 12s iocl; per ton, $94. 60.
Hero of Spanish-American War Dead.
Washington, April 29. General Fitz-Hugh Lee is dead.
Nan Patterson Trial Ends.
New York, April 29. "Nan Patterson's trial has been closed. She re
fused to put on any defense.
Minister to Venezuela Recalled.
Washington, April 29. Minister Bowen has been recalled from Ca
racas and summoned to Washington lo explain charges made by him
against his predecessor, Mr. Lootnis. " His usefulness in Venezuela is at
an end, and it is not likely that he will be scut back.
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of ANA POAI,
Notice is herebv iriven that the under.
signed has been appointed Administratrix
of the Estate of Ana Poai, deceased, and
that all persons having claims against
said estate, whether secured or otherwise,
are hereby notified to present the same to
tuc undersigned at KukulUaele, llama
kua. Hawaii, T. H., duly verified and
with proper vouchers, if any, within six
months from the date of this notice,
otherwise said claims will be forever
JENNIE KAWAI KUIKAHI,
Hilo, April 11, 1905.
W. S. Wisit
Attorney for Estate. 34.4
Notice is hereby given that Ting Kee,
Houuapo, Knu, hns made n voluntary
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. The creditors of
said Ting Kee are requested to file their
claims with the undersigned within thirty
days, and nil persons indebted nre re
queued to call nnd pay the same nt once.
All claims must be certified.
R. T. FORREST,
Assignee offing Kee.
Honuapo, Kau, April 24, 1905, 36-4
Notice is hereby given that Ynu Lee
Yuen Bakery, doing business on Fiotil
street, Hilo, 11s 11 merchant, hns made n
voluntary assignment to the undersigned
for the benefit of creditors. The credi
tors of said Y.iu I,cc Yuen Bakery are
hereby requested to file their claims with
the undersigned within thirty days, and
nny and all persons indebted lo the snid
Ynu Lee Yuen Bakery nre requested to
call nnd pay the same at once. All claims
against Van Leu Yuen Bakery must be
I. E. RAY,
Assignee of Yau Leu Yuen Btkery.
Hilo, April 14, 1905. 35-3
No Chinese Immigration Treaty.
Washington, April 27. Negotiations with China for a new immigra
tion treaty have been abandoned.
Successor to Lessar.
Peking, China, April 27. Pokotiloff, director of the Russo-Chinese
bank, lias succeeded the late Paul Lessar as minister to China.
Fusan, Korea, April 25. The first train from Liaoyang since the
Russian retreat has reached Mukden.
Chicago, 111., April 25. A Hongkong special says that the Chinese
are very much excited over the rumor that the Baltic fleet lias seized the
port of Haituan.
Tokio, Japan, April 26. Martial law is to be proclamcd in Formosa1
Hongkong, China, April 27. The cable from Hainan has been cut,
probably to conceal Russian movements.
Tax Collector Short In His Accounts.
San Francisco. Anril 26. Tnv PnlWfnr T? T Smitl, lme nt,-..,i.i
with $39,112 of Southern Pacific taxes.
San Francisco, April 27. The Smith shortage now amounts to $69,-
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Smith left here on a vacation six days ago, ostensibly to Los Angeles,
uui hi wiiercaijuuiH are uiikhowii. jioiioiuiu nas ueen notilieu to look
out for him. Smith had a shortage in 1904 of $165,000, which his fami
ly secretly made good.
San Francisco, April 29. The Smith shortage is now $90,000.
Banker Bigelow Makes Assignment.
Milwaukee, Wis., April 28. Bigelow, the indicted President of the
First National Bank, has gone into voluntary bankruptcy. His liabili
ties amount to $3,570,000.
Frank G. Bigelow was President of the First National Bank of Mil
waukee and former President of the American Bankers' Association.
He defaulted last week with $1,000,000 of the bank's funds, and was
arrested on the 24th of April. His shortage was made good by the
directors. Wheat speculation is believed to be the cause of his downfall.
He turned over property amounting to $300,000. His losses have been
$3,000,000 during the past two years in the stock market.
(By Wireless to Tim Tkiiiunh.)
NO IMMEDIATE PROSPECT
OF A GREAT NAVAL BATTLE
Chcfoo, China, April 25. It is reported that Admiral Togo, with the
majority of his squadron, was at Masampho, Korean Peninsula, on the
Saicon, China. Anril 2:. Twettiv Tnnmipcn tvnrciiino tmun.i vn........i.
Bay on the 23d. The ships of the Baltic fleet have captured two Japan
ese ships loaded with rice.
lokio, Japan, April 28. Admiral Rojestvensky is evidently awaiting
the arrival of Admiral Nebogatoff's squadron. Admiral Togo has de
termined to act on the defensive, aud will rely on the speed of his vessels
together with his torpedo boats and submarines. '
Tokio, Japan, May 1. It is reported that the Russian squadrons pro
pose effecting a junction on May 5th.
Saigon, China, April 29. The Russian fleet has provisions to last
them for six mouths.
Light Skirmishing on the Frontier.
St. Petersburg. Russia. Anril -fi nmmmi t :.,.,:. i. . . ... ,.
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Has lorccd several bodies of Japanese to retreat, abandoning two villaires
and burning their provisions. '
Tokio. Tanan. Anril 11. Tn nn niinnt- t iim i..o..:.... .. vi
two hundred Russians were killed.
Gutishu Pass, Manchuria, April 29. Lincvitch, in an interview, de
clares that he is ready to take the offensive immediately.
St. Petersburg, Russia, May 1. General Lincvitch reports the driving
out of Japanese from five positions and the capture of Tungshusiang.
New Navy for Russia.
St. Petersburg, Russia, April 27. Chas. M. Schwab is negotiating
favorably to construct a new type of battleships for Russia, some of
them to be built at Bethlehem and some on the Baltic.
May Day Dance by Company "D."
The dance last evening was a great success, aud Company "D" de
serve great credit for the manner in which they carried it off. The
soldier boys were allowed to abandon their guns before the face of such
over-whelming scores of pretty girls, and for once in the history of Co.
"D", discipline was forgotten, and Captain Fetter's boys surrendered
themselves to the wiles and coquetries of feminine divine. The decora
tions embodied the military spirit with the festive day of the year, when
all nature comes out in her gala-day attire. Red, white and blue bunt
ing could be seen here and there behind palm leaves and banana trees,
which lined the four walls of the ball room of the Armory. Targets, both
bulls-eye and figure 8, caught the eye at one end of the hall, while the
picture of George Washington, framed in flags with the American eagle
hovering above, filled the space at the otner end of the hall. The music
was good, the lcfreshnicnts delightful and the dancers happy and gay.
For the success of the evening credit is due to the committees:
Refreshment Committee Serireant T. M. Ilerinir. Privnio A, ,i
Costa, Chas. Anderson.
Decoration Committee Sergeant J. M. Heriug, Privates W. R. A.
Kay.ser, Charles Anderson, Kauka, W. Wcry.
General Managers Lieutenant W. II. LudlofT, Sergeant J. D. Raston,
Corporal T. M. Rowland, Privates J. Caceres ami W. J. Todd.
Floor Managers Captain W. A. Fetter and Sergeant J. D. Daston.
Reception Committee Lieutenants Ludloff and Beers, Sergeant
Rcinhardt, Corporal F. P. Bctito, Jr., Private J. Cnceres.
Four Russian Cruisers Seen Off Saigon.
Saigon, China, April 26. Four Russian cruisers arc lying off the
coast near here.
A Blow at Mitchell.
w.Po.rl!'?.ntI.0rc.gon' APril 20-J"dEC Bellinger has decided adversely to
Mitchell's plea m abatement.
Successful Bear Hunting.
Glenwood, Col., April 26. Roosevelt's party has killed five bears, the
President bringing down two.
Atkinson to Solve Labor Problem.
Honolulu. Anril 26. TllP r.ninmr nnnnlnlr f1, 0,.i r .1...
Territory president of the new Board of Immigration.
To Refund the Old Debt.
Honolulu. Anril 26. Seerolnrv AlL-Innn loff tniln.,m,ii,.( o ai.
meua to make arranccments for the Issnntirv nf hnmie rnr rnr...,.i;.. m.
old debt of the Republic of Hawaii.
Legislative Bill? Passed and Vetoed.
Honolulu, April 27. The Countv Finance Bill nnssoc nvnr .i. f!nn..
nor's veto. The Governor vetoed the License Bill. The Oil Bill failed
in the Legislature. The Governor signed the Rapid Transit Speed Bill
Carter Makes Nominations to the Senate.
Honolulu, April 27. Governor Carter yesterday sent in the followiuir
Board of Education David L. Ai, Mrs. Henry II. Wilcox, Wallace
Board of Immigration A. L. C Atkinson (President), John T. Car
den, J. P. Cooke, John II. Craig, E. D. Tenny.
Board of Commissioners of Public Archives Professor W. D Alex
ander, Albert F. Jtnld.
Board of Prison Inspectors, Third Judicial Circuit (Districts of Ko
hala, Kona aud Kau, Island of Hawaii) E. I?. Olding, Luther S
Aungst, M. Malakaua. Fourth Judicial Circuit (Districts of .Ilamakua'
Hilo and Puna, Island of Hawaii) William II. Beers, E. N. Holmes
A. B. Lindsay. '
Governor's Impression of Session.
Honolulu, April 27. Governor Carter, on leaving the Capitol at 12:45
this morning, was asked by an Advertiser reporter for his impressions
of the session of 1905 in a dozen words.
"They have passed 103 Acts," the Governor replied. "The Legis
lature of 1903 passed 88 anil the next highest was 79 by the session of
1898. They have tackled more hard subjects than almost any previous
Legislature of Hawaii, and passed an unusually large proportion or im
portant tax measures.
"Only one franchise has been mssed. Tlmv imvr. flmm n .-,.nt ,i,.i
of adiustiinr. In this tliev have ln-mi (rrontiir i.in,.,i 1.,. i,.,,.i.. ,1... ..
vised Code, which showed them just what the laws were nnd where they
Kilauea Still Active.
Madam Pelc Is still doing her duty to the patrons of the Volcano
IlOtlSC. DliriUd the Inst two wcck4 thn dimdnv bf(u linm, ilw. t,i,o ..
has manifested itself during the series of recent eruptions. Two places
arc piainiy visime, one on the Puna sale and one nearer the Volcano
House side of the pit. The latter place is spouting to the height of 40
or so feel everv few minutes. Dnriinr ii,. int iun mnutiiu ti... n.. i...
filled up about three hundred feet, and there seem to be no indications
llfo rVGClilAtt ArtlioAKtmiln.. "
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