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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1905.
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I'UIILISIIIUI UVUKY TUHSIIAV
Ofpioii, Kino rtrm.ttT, - Hilo. Hawaii
Ililo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
I'libtlahcm ninl 1'rurirk'loM
President .CO. Ki:nni;ii
VIcc-l'resUlciit I. K Kiciiahd
Sccrelnry-lri'niiirrr . CArn: Kiikiwav
Auditor - A. I. Sutton
illieclom .It. M. Thompson. 1. W. MAHjtu
AilvcrllM.-mriil Jtinccuinpniilcil by cclfic
natruclloits Innrtrd until ordered out.
AilrcrtlvMucntii dltconllmii'il before cxtilr.itinti
of peclfii-l iH-rloil will be cliatKid ni If con
limed for lull term.
Chas. M. LcBlond
llimallnn, Jntmncc, niul Cliinrc lnlciritctcrii
rim Notnry 1'iilitlc In Orlicc.
OITicc: Skvhranck IIuii.mno,
UppoillcCour Hume, Ilir.O, HAWAII
J. CASTt.lt RlIH'.WAY TlIOS.C. RlDCWAV
Ridgway & Ridgway
toUcltom of lMlttitn C.vueuil I.nw rrnctict
Notary Public in Office.
Ul'PICK : Wnlnmiciiiie nml Ilrlilgc Street
O110 Itomn Sclioolliousc
Willi Teacher's Aimri-
'::" "'" '"-THE NAVAL FLEETS ARE
I. 15. KVST
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
kk.vij i:stati:, i:tc.
FIRIJ, ACCIDIJNT AND MARINIJ
Wniutiucmic Street, Ililo, Hawaii
W. H. "BEERS"
(Knglish and Hawaiian)
Coiiunissioii ami Ilusiucss Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Kxccutor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. 1J. Rn . Telephone 146
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SFRECKELS' BUILDING
Proposals will he received nt the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until 1 a o'clock in. of
May 17th, 1905, for constructing a One
Room School-house with Teacher's Apart
ments at Puuan.ihulu, District of North
Plans and specifications are on file with
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and with M. I'. Scott. School
Agent, North Konn, Hawaii, copies of
which will be furnished inlendimr bidders
on receipt off.s.oo. which sum will be re
lumed after depositing bid and returning
plans and specifications.
No proposal will be entertained unless
submitted on the blank forms furnished.
enclosed in n scaled envelope, addressed
C. S. Hollowny, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro
posal for t Room School-house with Ten
cher'sAparlmct'ts, Puuanahulu, Hawaii,"
and delivered previous to 12 o'clock in.
on the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or nil
C. S. HOI.I.OWAV.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., April 22, 1005. 27-2
APPROACHING EACH OTHER
(lly Wireless to TilK Tkiiiunu.)
Tokio, Japan, May 8. It is believed Admiral Rojestvensky will join
Admiral Nebcin toff Tuesday, but it is doubted if the Russians will risk
an early engagement.
Singapore, Straits Settlement, May 4. Admiral Ncbogatoffs fleet has
been sighted midway between this place and Pciiang.
Singapore, Straits Settlement, May 5. Six Russian warships and four
iwiui-i.-t i.i-oeu 1 111s port last uiglll.
Tokio, Japan, May G. Four Russian torpedo boats were seen near
Hokkaido on Friday.
BISHOP & CO.
Honoi.ui.tj - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Nanking and Kx.
T llillll Llllll. II. .71. lllll
Commercial and Traveller's LeUerhof !nl),,licntloil fl)r ,all(,
riMlit i.ii(il. nvnilniili in nil 1m uriiiitinl
Public Lands Notice.
Notice is hereby civen that at and nftcr
1 1. ... ... , . i ...
v u emeK, u. in., un me nates aim nt tue
places staled below, applications will be
received under the provisions of Part VII,
(Right of Purchase Leases), Land Act
tSas, for the following lots of Public
i. Saturday, May 13th, 1905, at office
of Sub-Agent Land Department, Ililo,
Lot 67, Map 23, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii.
Area, 8.30 acres. Class, Agricultural
Appraised value, $207. 50.
Lot 63, Map 23, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii.
Area, 10.00 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, f 230.00.
2. Saturday, May 20th, 1905, at office
of Sub-Agent Land Department, Court
House, Houokaa, Hawaii.
Lots 41, 72 and 73, (as one lot), Map
27A, Kaapahu, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Area, 15.85 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, 158.50.
Lot 3, Map 12, Niupea, Hamakua, Ha.
Area, 16.84 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraiseil value, $202.08.
Lot 19, Map 12, Niupea, Hamakua,
Area, 40.58 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, 05.80.
Lot 7, Map 10, Ahualoa, Hamakua.
Area, 65.70 acres. Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value land, fuej.oo. Ap
praised value improvements, f 75, to bo
paid cash, U. S. Gold Coin, upon date of
Russian warships on the Move.
Hongkong, China, May t. Forty Russian vessels were sighted at
Ilongkohe llay, fifty miles north of Kamranh. Russian, Garmnn and
Hritish transports are off Cape St. James. The French naval division
has been mobilized to preserve neutrality.
Paris, France, May 3. It is reported that the Russian cruisers have
Typhoon Damages Russian Fleet.
Amoy, Chinese Emnire. Mav .1. A tvnlmnn is nM in im.. ,..n,T,i
the vessels in Rojestvcnsky's fleet.
Bestows Kisses on Army.
Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, May 2. Gen. I.inevitch, commander of
the Russian army in Manchuria, passed down the line of troups on
Easier, kissing each soldier. The reorganization of the army continues.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
Crcditissucd, available in nil the principal
ciues 01 uie worm.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests tor Kxchatige.
I1V DAY, WIJIJK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House nnd Ililo Hotel
Parks. A .jniet. plensant-treat. Jf fl Jj J
C. F. BRADSHAW
1M G. IRWItU CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Suj;ar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
ALL KINDS OP
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PIJASH, President.
SAN I'RANCISCO, CAL U. S, A
San Francisco, Cal., May 5. 960 Test Centrifugals, 4.G175; per
ton, $92.35. SS analysis beets, 13s; per ton, $95.20.
San Francisco, Cal., May 8. 960 Test Centrifugals, 4.49c; per ton,
$89.80; 88 analysis beets, 12s 3d; per ton, $91.80.
Young Cudahy's Kidnapper Surrenders.
Omaha. Neb.. Mav fi. T'.it Ormvo. wlm l-,Mnr...,i w.1.1:- rv..i.i...
some years ago, has surrendered to the police.
White Wins the Fight at 'Frisco.
San Francisco, Cal., May G. In the fight between White and Britt
last night White was knocked out in the twentieth round.
Morgan Smith and Wife Free.
New York, May 6. The indictments against Morgan Smith and wife
in connection with the Nan Patterson case, have been quashed. '
Senator Piatt's Successor Elected.
Hartford, Conn., May 5. Congressman Brundage has been elected as
Senator to succeed Piatt.
The Chicago Strike Not Settled.
Chicago, 111., May 5. Two thousand dcmitv sheriffs will Up vnrn 5
tomorrow. The Governor has been asked to order out the militia but
the Mayor insists that the police are capable of handling the situation.
I-oity people were injured in today's rioting.
Chicago. III.. Mav 6. The merchant inrln., ...;it ...i. .
n- , . " , . '. ,. " -....j iiiu ui.iivu .1 supreme
effort to protect the delivery of goods.
Do Not Want Hawaiian Japs.
Seattle, Wash., May 2. The labor men made an unsuccessful effort
to bar out the Olvmnia's Tnnaiic.se nn-xeinrnru r. it..i..i.. .
Japanese, however, were landed and entertained.
Circuit Courts Can Naturalize.
Honolulu, May 6. Judge Dole in the Federal Court in the case of
tieorge unrK, ueciines to entertain lus petition to be naturalized, hold-
inir I lint ho is nlrendv nil Aiiu'rie.iii fit?n
Judge George Clark of Kailtia was one of the persons affected by
Judge MaUhewmau's decision that Circuit Courts had no right to
naturalize citizens. If he were not an American citizen, his actions as
District Magistrate were invalid under Judge Mattliewmau's ruling.
Alexander Will Not Resign.
Naw York, May 8. P. II. Alexander declares the surplus of the
Imputable Insurance Society is held for the exclusive benefit of the
policy holders. lie will not resign.
Banana Prospects Are Brighter.
The committee appointed by the Hoard of Trade to look into the ques
tion of marketing bananas held a meeting at the Hoard of Trade rooms
on Friday, May 5H1. The committee are informed that the prospects for
ICIectr.cal Work and Contracts taken to """ , U,K "'Br ow uinn at any time Heretofore. An
i, . 1 11 . . ' "KC"1 ,s "ow "" llls way l0 Sn ""clseo to make the necessary arrance-
install apparatus complete. I menl there for the marketing of the bananas. There are parses Xo
.... .,....s ... ..... ..,. i., mu, HiiiM- miviimnges, marKet tue Irult on
reasonable terms, seeming all possible benefits to the planters, and ar
range for a bi-monthly steamer service. The names of the parties so in
terested are not leady for publication, but ns soon as a report comes from
.San Francisco full details will be given to planters. In the meantime
the Committee are progressing vith their work.
Lot 19A, Map 10, Ahualoa, Hmuiikua.
Hawaii. Area, 22.70 acres. Class, Agri
cultural. Appraised value, $227 00.
Plans of the lots and full infoimation
ns to necessary qualifications of appli
cants, method of applying, etc., may be
obtained at the Land Office, Honolulu,
the Laud Office, Hilo, or from the Ran
ger Second Land District (Joseph Prilclt
ard, lis(.), Houokaa, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, April toth, 1905.
April 18-25 May 2-9-16
' Houses Wired and
1 Lights Installed
1 In accordance with the rules ol the Na
tional Hoard of I'ire Underwriters.
I A complete stock of
j ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
I Lamps, etc., nlwas on hand.
I Fan Motors . . . $ig
1 Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating thim ft n month
i Installation charged extra.
IJsliiuales furnished on all classes ol
Noth-k Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mntsou Line"
will be responsible for nnv debts con
tr.irtid by the crew. R. - T. OUARD,
Uilo, April 16, 1901 14-
THE REPOBLIGANS NOMINATE
COUNTY CONVENTION DELEGATES
On Saturday evening, May 6th, the Precinct Clubs or the Republican
party assembled throughout the Island and made nominations for dele
gates to the coming County Convention, which names are to be voted
upon nt the comintr nrlmnrv nWtfmi mi Sr,ir,in.. 1, ..(......,.. 1 .. ..
ilie names to be voted upon in the various precincts arc as follows:
l'IRST KKPRKSKNTATIVH DISTRICT,
Kalapana 1 to be elected: J. II. K. Kaiwi.
Olaa 3 to be elected: Gus Supe, T. K. Cook and Frank de Rosa.
Waiakea 4 to be elected: G. F. Affonso, J. TJohncnbcrg. D. 15.
Bowman, 1 A Dranga, J. M. Hcring. Geo. Kaihenui, .San. Kalikikane,
Keaakola, J. McGutre, H. B. Naliniu, O. W. Rose, IJ. da Siiva D.
Hilo 10 to be elected: Z. Mahuela, Win, McKay, J. K. Paahao M
Pacheco W. Ragsdale, I. K. Ray, IJ. K. Richards, B. F. Schoen, J.
Vierra, Geo. II. Williams, Chas. Akau, h. A. Andrews, W. II. Beers
m 'T1' W ?,' 9- Campbell. W. C. Cook, J. P. Hale, John Kai, Jr.,'
N. k. Ismail, R. A. I.yinan, Jr. The names of K. N. Holmes and A.
IJ. L-ocuenstcm were nominated, but afterwards withdrawn
Papaikon 2 to be elected: J. T. Moir and H. M. Nihoa.
Ilonomu 3 to be elected: K. S. Capellas, Win. Keliiuui and J. K.
LaUnallOellOe 1 to be elorlrrl; Tnc AroHr,.. t? v cj! ...
r itr n . ., ., . . . .. J""l "iiuuu, i.. rw. OlIlllIlUIIS, W.
G. Walker, h. K, Kaiwi, Wilson Nahakuclua, I). N. Kahtte. Solomon
rwuiiuu uiiu oam iiooia,
Paauilo 3 to be elected: (Not reported. 1
Houokaa 3 to be elected: Jos. Pritchard, J. W. Moanauli, John Ai,
N. L.Furtado and George Kaiser.
Kukuihaele-2 to be elected: D. Forbes, F. K. Kalimaeka, John K
Kcaloha and W. G. Sassery.
Kapoho 2 to be elected: II. J. Ionian and D. K. Makuakane.
SHCOND RWKKSlJNTATIVJt DISTKICT:
Kohala7 to be elected: E. A. Frascr, John Hind, J. G. Louis. Win
Ncrefurg, H. K. Molale, E. U. Olding, Fd Qtiinn and Geo. P. Tulloch
Waimea-3 to be elected: J. H. Wise, Fred W. Carter, W. Vreeden
berg, J. W. Kawai, D. K. Pipi and Jas. Bright.
KI?,,1,.1.atr4Tto bTe tCCCS- ' ,MaK"ire' Rob- "id, J. N. Kooiuoa, J.
K. kelnkoa Jr., J. K. Klcmakule, H. Gregson.
Keahou (Konawaena) 6 to be elected: W. II. Green well Arthur
Grecnwell. I. K. Nahale. T. P. k'nmi,n w r r. , ,V;.Ullu,r
Thos. C. White, W. F. Roy, Henry Kaweweiii.' ' " WWMaaU'
Hookena ; to be elected! Konln Vnn. r rr r:..t.. r,
Aim, Win. Hooper. ' wB,, JOm,
Papa 2 to be elected: (Not reported).
WaiohInu-3 to be elected: Dr. I,. S. Thompson, J. II. Waipuilani -and
v. K. Kaapa.
Pahala 2 to be elected: Dr. W.' A. Schallie and J. Ikaaka.
A Republican Factional Fight.
There promises to be a lively contest in the county convention growintr
out of the fight between the two Republican factions in Kan. It is likely
katt will have two sets of delegates claiming seats in the convention,
and the threat is even made to test in the courts the legality of the elec
tion or officials whose nominations were secured by the votes of the other
faction. At the precinct club meeting held at Waiohinu last Saturday
night the town element stole n mnmli n ii,n ..!.,... :.... .:.. .
calling the meeting to order, it is claimed, before the arrival or the mem--
liArc frrm Nnnlnlnt TT.. 1. : i r .
ww- ...... ,uU.w.u. ui.uu nit arrival 01 two ous loads ol plantation
stalwarts all nominations had hcnn mnd, o,i i. ...,....... '1: ,
mi . , , , . :. . "w "- '"twi4iif; iiujuurueti.
I here is considerable indignation expressed among the Republicans from
Naalcnu, and last night another meeting was held at the latter point,
when a second list of delerrnips wfl! iHmi mm. r..i:.... i... i'.
bitter over the fight, which will be fought out in the Hilo convention.
I ue nominations bv the Wnmiiiim rnr.t;n., nr r. t o i,
T I T TT .... 7 . " "V.W.U.. lilt Ul. 1.. Q. 1 no nnso 1,
Judge J. H. Waipuilani and Y. K. Kaapa.
Tennis Tournament Ends.
With the finals 111 men's doubles on Saturday the club tournament or
the Tenuis Club came to an end. In the semi-finals Balding and Ilapai
won from Elliot and Vicars in 6-4 and 10-8. In the finals Balding and
Ilapai won from Baldwin and Mellor in 7-5, 7.5 and 6-i. The result or
the tournament is as follows: Ladies' singles, Mrs. Elliot winner; men's
singles, George Hapai winner; mixed doubles, Mrs. Elliot and Geortre
Hapai winners; men's doubles, Balding and George Ilapai. There is a
movement on foot to send George Hapai and J. Metcalfe to Honolulu 'by
next kmau to compete in the open tournament.
Increased School Appropriations.
The following is the text of the resolution passed unanimously at the
meeting of the I-ourth (Hilo) Precinct Club Saturday night. A cony
or the resolution has been forwarded to the senators and representatives
rrom this district.
Whereas the employes of the Hoard of IMucation have been working under n re
Whereas, a continuation of the present inndeiii.itc scale of wages will drive com-
UonLer'vlce" ud,,W,,,,: C',,'Cnl0rS anA l" ,ve lhe ,BO""! Vothll
HUoj now! 'thereKInlMrC f "ftW"" h"S pr0V,,,c,, rr " "''' Schl,", i,x l,,u citV "r
lie It resolved, by the Fourth Republican Precinct Club, First Reniesedtativ.. Ills
trict, Territory of Hawaii, as.emblid together on the ft", ,iay of m! y." A , ,
that the Governor and Legislature be recommended t mke liberal ipi-ropria i, us
for the Depar men ofKducation; that teachers be given salaries ii.iT.ctt Ktt
them n decent livelihood; and that the salaries be restored to their runner In. si 111 nl
ScaloT.,i,u:,mS(rWi,H,,S,,rC l U,e T"th"r- U "'" ...y'nloS
He it further resolved, that the Governor and Legislature be recommended to make
liberal appropriations for the erection and e.p.ipmeut of a High School 1 nil I i,K in
Hilo, nml the securing of competent and efficient teachers and professors for llljli
School work; and ' '"K"
lie it further resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be sent to the Governor of
Suture '""""' " ' KL,l,rt,si:""'tlvesorihe piesenl Leg-
Do Not Want Troops.
Chicago, 111., May 1. The labor leaders have made an appeal to the
I resident and the Governor not to send troops for the suppression of
the riotous strikers, " '-
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