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Till? WKKKI.Y tlll.0 TRIHUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY MAY 30, ttjoj.
1)1. lr)ilo QDvtlmnc.
TUKSDAY, - MAY 30, 1905.
Hntctctlnltlie PostolTlrc nl Hilo, lln.
wuil, iis sueond'class matter
riiitMHiinn mvukv tiiiwhav.
J. Castle Kidoway - Kditor
I). W. Maush lluslness Mutineer.
"I.otd God of Hosts, lie with us yet,
Lest we Cornet, let we fotget."
It is a great pity when any noble
anniversary lose for a l'irgo num
ber of people its original signifi
cance. It is a regtetablc fact that
there is reason to fear that this loss
is taking place with reference to
the day we commemorate in honor
of the great army of the dead.
More than forty-four years have
passed since our gre.tt war began,
but time has not effaced nor dimmed
the piople's grateful memory of the
sictificcs of the men who partici
pated in that struggle and whose
patriotism, lortitude and courage
saved our Union fiom destruction.
The survivors of that great
struggle each year are growing less
and the pas-dug years have strength
ened the ties of comradeship which
bind them together in one great
brotherhood. The recollection of
that terrible period rcinann fresh
with them, and the spirit of patriot
ism which this day inspires, revives
in us the memory of those departed
heroes and our lasli ig gratitude to
the veterans who are with us still.
There is a lamentable lack of
public interest in Ililo in matters
which effect the general welfare of
the community and which should
receive an awakening from the able
and intelligent remarks delivered
by Hon. C. M. LcHloml at the
Hoard of Trade meeting on Friday
night. Kvnry town welcomes de
sirable population. livery town
seeks new arrivals and this can be
accomplished only by honest, pains
taking endeavor and by every in
dividual sinking all personal differ
ences and striving to upbuild the
community in which he lives.
Do not be a nonenity. He a good,
decent citizen and a benefit to the
community in which you live.
Don't be a knocker. If you don't
like any person or his actions, tell
him so, but don't be a man or
woman who will abuse another be
hind his back. Shun the man who
deals in personalities and deserves
nothing but contempt. He one of
the citizens of your community.
COST OF OIL ROADS.
Santa Clara County in California
began oiling roads in 1892, and now
has about seventy miles of such
highways. The results have been,
according the State Bureau of I'ub
lid Highways, on the whole highly
satisfactory. In the first stages of
the experimenting with oil sprinkl
ing there were strenuous objections
by some of the people to this me
thod of improving the highways.
The chief grievance was the fact
that when the oil was first applied
it rendered the roads disagreeable
to travel upon and had a tendency
to soil vehicles and clothing. This,
however, proved to be only a tem
porary trouble, as a few days, when
the oil had been properly worked
in and the surface smoothed and
packed by thorough rolling, suffi
ced to harden the surface and keep
it clean. It was soon realized that
the inconvenience caused by the
first application of oil was not near
ly so great as was caused by the
first application of ginvel. In the
latter case it requires nearly a year
for the road to become packed and
and smooth, while with oil the time
to put it in readiness for easy and
dustless travel is only a few days.
Oil has the advantage over water
in the fact that where applied there
is absolutely no dust, and where the
road-bed is properly prepared there
is practically no mud during the
ta'niy season. The cost per mile
of watering the valley roads of San
ta Clara County has averaged about !
$87 per per season, exclusive of the
cost of water, expenditures for
water-wagons, rcpaiis, etc., and
wilh that added, the cost per mile
pet annum has been about $121.
The cost of oiling a mile of road the
fit Ht season is about oo, for the se
cond season about $50, with a de
creasing expense each season fol
lowing. Thi'i estimate includes the
entire expense of oiling, and shows
a saving of water of 33 per mile
the fust year and $73 per mile the
second year, a saving in expense
which is pi city sure to appeal
strongly to the tax payers.
The experiments now being made
on Uridge street and elsewhere in
Ililo by the Road Hoard will be
watched with interest. The use of
waste molasses on roads near sugar
refine) ies has been effectively used
and there should be no lack of
material either of oil or molasses
for road construction in llaw.iii.
County government is ti desir
able object to be attained, even
though wo face e its of which we
know not. The bieak fiom cen
tralization of power means a pto
gressivc step in the direction of
representative government. It is
Kvkky candidate on the Repub
lican ticket is a true and Iried ser
vant and can be relied upon to faith
fully perform their respective duties
if elected to the offices for which
they have been nominated.
A votij for the Republican ticket
means a vote for honest and intelli-
gent administration of county gov-
.WHY IS kxcusi:i-
Alisoiirn of I'rosi'cullni; OIlleiT !)
Iiijh Court Proceedings.
JiiilHe. Parsons returned on Wednes
day's steamer from Honolulu, where lie
hns been occupied for the past ten ilnys
on the Supreme bench hearing the ills-
lurmeut proceedings ngniust attorney J.
A. Mngoon. The case was brought to n
close Monday evening, permitting Judge
Parsons' return to Ililo to open up the
May term of Court.
The list of grand jurors uns called,
but owing to the failure of the Attorney
General's office to send a representative
to represent the government in criminal
proceedings, Judge Parsons found it ne
cessary to excuse the grand jury until
next Thursday. Regarding the absence
of a prosecuting attorney, Judge I'nrsous
"Just as I was boarding the Kinnti for
Ililo a message was sent to me from the
Attorney General's office stating that it
would be impossible to scud a representa
tive for the governmant this week. No rea
son was given tor the failure and I have
no nssurancc that n Deputy Attorney
General will be here next Thursday. The
grand jurors have been excused until
that time, when 1 hope we shall be able
to proceed with the criminal cases. The
petty jurors have been biimmoncd for
Wednesday, and whether there will be
any civil cases ready will depend iiKn
the lawyers and litigants. I nm anxious
to expedite the business of the court nud
desire to dispose of the present term be
fore June 30th, the end of the fiscal year."
Clerk Gliruey called the calendar, and
most of the cases went over until next
Thursday, The criminal cases .set for
trial at the present term arc as follows:
Alitoue de Santos, assault with deadly
weapon. Continued from February term,
Kealoha, charged with rape in I'una.
Continued front February term.
Morita Kako, murder in the first de
gree. Continued from February term.
IIoujo Tsurutaro and Seki Mitsuda,
charged with violating Chapter 5, l'eual
Laws. Continued from Februaiy term.
Ogata Suke, assault and battery, on
appeal from District Magistrate, South
Wong Tim, charged with gross client,
remittur from Supreme Court.
John Poohiwi and Annie Ilolokalii,
fornication, 011 appeal from District Magis
Jose de Costa and Franscesco Ucycs,
Porto Iticnus, assault with deadly weapon,
Yaiuada Takeuiatsu, alias Okabe, em
bezzlement. Jose Maria Oliveira, charged with
murder in the first degree.
Momi Hashimoto, selling liquor with
Antonio Nobriga, ami Mrs. Louisa
Akapa, adultry, tin appeal from District
Magistrate, South Ililo.
Nakahaina and Kuakalchiwu, adultery,
on appeal from District Magistrate,
Alfred Auilradc, charged with being a
disorderly person, Withdrawn.
Loui, alias George Nolley, fornication,
oil appeal Irom District Magistrate,.
Joe Dim, assault and battery, with
Irawa. Twelve Chinese, Ah U, Ah Sum, Ah
Wo, Ah Kali, Joh Pake, All Iliu, Chong
Hing, Ah Kec, Al
ftl'll, All Weill, All
Ion nud Ah Get, gambling. Appeal
from District Magistrate, South Ililo.
August da Costa, charged with vulgar
iiltd obscene language. On appeal from
District Magistrate, South Ililo.
In the list of civil cases, there nre six
eases to establish fishing rights, which '
are dependent uiou the decision of the
Territorial Supreme Court. These In
clude four brought by J. O. Curler, one
by the Puna Sugar Co. anil another by
Unfit A. Lyiiinii, all against the Territory
of Hawaii, and have been pending in the
Circuit Court for the past four years.
Knatikid vs. Kemllla Holt, ejectment
proceeding, is up for final disposition on
a remittur from the Supreme Court.
Judge Parsons disqualified.
M. V. Holmes ys. M. F. de Mcllo,
assumpsit, is of like status.
Joint D. Spreckcls and Adolpli Spreck
els vs. John T. linker, and the case of
Chas. A. Ilrowu vs. John linker et id, nre
the water front cases, which have been
pending in the Circuit Court for several
Years, in which Judge Parsons is dis
qualified. Judge Parson is likewise disqualified
in the two assumpsit cases of Wliitchoitse
and Hawxhtirst vs. Ilenlou and Arioll.
The two suits for damages brought by
Win. Fetuandes nud his wife, Jaciutho
Feruaiides,' against H. S. Overand nud
Hvnn da Silva will be disposed of al this
term of court, having been postponed
from time to time.
In the assumpsit suit of the Putin
Sugar Co. vs. Ah Kaua, Ah Hip and Alt
Sun, judge Parsons Is disqualified.
The ejectment proceedings brought by
the Tel riled y ngaiusl U. A. Lucas for en
croaching on certain government lands
along the Waiakea river will be heard,
coming over from the February term.
Joe Dtas vs. Victorino Uapoza, mali
cious tiroseciitiou. continued from Feb
Sltigimalsu nud Sakamoto vs. Ostimi,
Ototnntstt, trespass. Continued from
Amelia dos Santos vs. M. G.Scrrnonnd
Albertiun Correa, ejectment proceedings,
continued from February term.
Dr. A. II. Clnrk vs. Jose G. Serrao
damages, new trial.
Ililo Mercantile Co., Ltd., vs. Malilou
ndo & Co'., assumpsit.
II. Hnckfeld & Co. vs. M. V. Fcrnnn
des, nsiuinpsit, jury waived.
Win. F. Allen, Trustee, vs. J. Castle
Uidgwny, Administrator of the F.state of
A. K. Nuwnlil, deceased, assumpsit.
C. S. Hollowny, Superintendent of
Public Works, vs. John T. linker, con
Dr. Archer Irwin vs. Httmiiuln Sheep
Station Co., in assumpsit.
Kuatiac Puna vs. Oishc Shinishi nud
Fiulesltigi Kozuchi, ejectment.
Ah Cheotig vs. Kaaukni, assumpsit.
Matsou Navigation Co. vs. Geo. S. Mc
Ken.ie, attachment proceedings.
Kauejiro Ogatn vs. Jiro Iwnsnki, ns
sumpsit, on appeal Irom District Magist
rate, South Ililo.
W. A. Partly vs. D. A. I.ocbcustein,
assumpsit and garnishment proceedings.
U. T. Otinrd vs. T. Hnmniiiur.-i, Y.
Shiotn nud F. Okitte, assumpsit.
W. 11. C. Cnmpbcll vs. II. H. Wilson,
assumpsit nud garnishment proceedings.
A Child's Party.
Fully eighty little misses and masters
attended the birthday party given by
Mrs. Win. Weight last Friday afternoon
nt her residence to her little grand
daughter, Isabelle May Weight Powell,
just live yenrs old. The front lawn pre
sented a lively scene as the youngsters
played and romped. Refreshments were
served during the afternoon. Tlie guests
were: Misses Irene Ahrcns, Caroline
nud Harriet Balding, Jessie llaldwiu,
Julia Campbell, Cecelia Cnttnrio, Claire
Chave, Ida Desha, lllauchc and Nettie
Fetter, Margaret Hill, Hildrcth Hitch
cock, Kallieriue I.ymatt, Annie nud Hdith
Lindsay, Margaret nud Irene Maby,
Kuthcriuc Mason, Jean Moses, Alice
Mutnby, Dorothy, Majorie and Norma
Richards, Cnrol Heid, Kntheriue Hose,
I,ei and Helen Rowland, Jessie and Sarnh
Senrle, Maybellc Shields, Margaret
Smith, Elennor nnd Martha Thrum,
Kuthcriuc Vnuuntta, Maile Vicars, and
Hdith Wall. Masters Hrnest Austin,
Alviu nud Willie Carter, Seely and Gil
bert Cnnnrio, Johnnie, nnd Carl Camp
bell, Hdward Fuhr, Andrew and George
Gertz, Lyle nnd Kveret Holmes, Donald
nud Kenneth James, Harold Luscotnb,
George Muitiby, Malcolm McNichol,
Robbie nnd Frederick Rice, Jinimie
Rowland, Leonard Rose, Leonard Smith,
Theodore nnd Carl Searle, Hdward
Stacker, John nnd Alviu Todd, Farrant
ntul Curtis Turner, Bernard Vicars,
Joseph Vierra, Julius Wery, Kenneth nnd
Republicans 011 Oahii.
The Republicans 011 Oahu nt their
county convention held at Honolulu
named the following ticket: For Sheriff,
A. M. Hrowuj Clerk, D. Knlntioknl.ini,
Jr.; Auditor, Jnmes Ilickuell; Treasurer,
Chas. W. llooth; Attorney, H. A.
Douihitt; Supervisors, at large, H. H.
Ailntiis; Honolulu, Geo. W. Smith, John
I.ucns, J. C. Quinn; Uwn, R. A. Wood
ward; Wuialua, Andrew Cox; Koolau,
Richard Lane. The only candidate
named ngaiusl former Sheriff Ilrowu for
the nomination was Clarence I,, Crahhc.
Deputy Sheriff Rawlins did not seek polit.
ical honois, and I. Knlakiela was nomi
nated for Deputy Sheriff.
Catholic tlltiircli Service.
Next Thursday, June the first, there
will be commemorated the Ascension of
our Lord, which took place forty days
after His Resurrection. It is a holy duv
of obligation. Masses will be said at
7:30111111 9, ntul llenedicliou will take
place nt a p. in,
WHEREAS, ACT 39 of the Ucgtilnr
Session of 1905 of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii provide thai
ntt F.lectlon hnll be held on the Twen
tieth dny of June, A. I). Nineteen Hun
dred ntul Five, for the first Klecllon of
County Ofilcers, and tltnt n proclama
tion shnll be mnde by the Governor itn
mcdinlely upon the passage ntul ap
proval of said Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance
therewith, I, GEORGE U. CAUTF.K.
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
hereby give notice that a special election
for county officers of the several Coun
ties of the Territory of Hawnil, will be
held 011 Tuesday, the aoth day of June,
A. D. 1905, between the hours of 8
o'clock A.M. and 5 o'clock 1'. M , in
each County throughout the Territory,
except the County of Jviilawno including
Knlattpapa, Kalawao and Waikolu 011 the
Island ol Molokai.
1. THH ISLAND OF OAIHT nnd nil
other Islands in the Territory not in
cluded In nny other County, and the
wnters adjacent thereto, shall be the
County of Oahu, with its County Sent at
2. THH ISLAND OF HAWAII and
nil other Islands lying within three
nautical miles of the shores thereof, and
the wnters adjacent thereto, shall be
the County of Hawaii, wilh its Count
Sent nt Ililo.
3. THH ISLANDS OF MAUI, MO
LOKAI, LANAI AND KAIIOOLAWH
nnd nil othe Islands lying within
three nautical mile of the shores
thereof, nnd the wnters ndjacent there
to, except that portion of the Island
of Molokai known us Kulntlpnpa, Ka
lawao nud Waikolu and commonly
known nud designated ns the Leper
Settlement, shall be the County of
Maui, with its County Seat nt Wai
ltiku. 4. THH ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND
NIIIIAU nud nil other Islands lying
within three nautical miles of the shores
thereof, nnd the wnters adjacent thereto,
shnll be the County of Kauai, with its
County Seat nt Lihtic.
COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED:
FOR THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
SHVHN SUPERVISORS, one of
whom shall be elected from the Districts
of North Kohaln nnd South Kohaln;
1 from the Districts of North Konn
nud South Koua; 1 from the District
of Knu; 1 from the District of l'una;
1 from the District of Hamakiia; nud
2 from the Districts of North nud South
SIIHRIFF, who shall be ex-ofllcio
Coroner; COUNTY CLHRK, who shall
be cx-officio Clerk of the Hoard of Su
pervisors; AUDITOR; ASSHSSOU
nnd TAX COLLECTOR; COUNTY AT
TORNHY; TRHASURHR; all to be
elected by the duly qualified Electors of
DEPUTY SHERIFF, nud n DEPUTY
ASSHSSOU nud TAX COLLHCTOU, to
be elected by the qualified Electors of
each nnd every District.
CINCTS. The Registration Precincts nre as fol
Piinii, lllln ami llnmiikun, Island of
FIRST PRECINCT That portion of
Puna lying south of Keaau and from
the eastern boundary of Kan to the
eastern boundary of Kamaili, following
that boundary to and along the western
boundnry of the Knohe homesteads nud
n line the extension thereof to the boun
dary of Kenan, Polling Place Kula
pann School Douse.
SECOND PRHCINCT-The lauds of
Kenau nnd Olna. Polling Place Road
Hoard Stables; n,V miles Volcano
THIRD PRECINCT That portion of
Ililo lying between l'una and Pounhuwni
Street nud Ho.id nud the line of its ex
tension to ihe sen. Polling Place
D.ivies & Co.' Wnrehouse, corner of
Waiakea nud Knlepolcpo Uoads.
FOUUTH PUECINCT-That portion
of Ililo lying between the Thiid Pre
duel and the Hoitolii Stream. Polling
Plnce Circuit Court House nt Hilo.
FIFTH I'UHCINCT That portion of
Ililo lying between Ilouolii Stream and
the laud of Makahaualoa. Polling Place
Pnp.tikou School House.
SIXTH I'UHCINCT That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
and the bed of the Waiknuitiali) Gulch.
Polling Place Ilotioum School House.
SEVENTH PRECINCT That por
tion of the First Election Distiiel lying
between the Sixth Precinct nud the
boundary ol Hamakua, including the j
laud of Humuiila. Polling Place Lau
pahoehoc Court House. j
EIGHTH PRECINCT That portion
of the First Election District lyitig be-
Iwceii the Svnth Frrolnct mid the
lands dI KnlM Polling Place Knohe
School limine. I
I NINTH I'UHCINCT That tMirlinii
of the First ltlectiolt District lying be-1
twccti the Highlit I'reuiuct anil the bid '
'of the Mnlaunhae Gulch. Polling Place i
, Houokaa Court House. !
TENTH I'UHCINCT Tlint portion
of the Fiisl Election Dislt let lying be
tweeu the Ninth Precinct and Kohaln
District. Polling Place Ktiktiihaele
ELEVENTH I'UHCINCT The lint,
lunce of Putin Ijiug south of the Sec
ond Precinct and east of the First Pre
cinct Polling Place Kapoho Hunch
Kolniln, Koua ami liuu, Island of
FIRST PRECINCT North Kohala.- ,
Polling Place Circuit Court House. 1
SECOND PRECINCT South Kohaln.
Polling Place Waiinen Court House. 1
THIRD PRECINCT That portion ofj
North Konn lying north of the north-1
erly botiudaty of Holtmloa and n line j
running front the north corner of llo- j
Itlalo.i to the south comerof Puuauahtilii. j
Polling Place Citcuil Court House at
FOURTH PRECINCT That portion
of the Second Election District bounded
by the Third Precinct, Hamakua, Kan,
the east boundaries of Kealia I, Kiilae,
Keoktii nud Houatiuau, the north boun
dnry of Houatiuau and the sea. Poll
ing Plnce Koiiawaena School House.
FIFTH PRECINCT That portion of
Smith Koua lying between Keel 2, and
Oleluttioauit 1. Polling Place Hookeua
SIXTH PRECINCT That portion of
South Koua ljing between the Fifth
Precinct Mini Knu. Polling Place Papa
SEVENTH PRECINCT That por
tion of Katt lying between South Koua
and Pitnnluu. Polling Place Waiohiuti
EIGHTH PHECINCT The remainder
of Knu. Polling Place Pahal.i School
IN THSTIMONY WHEHEOF,
I have hereunto set my baud
and caused the seal of the
SEAL Territory of Hawaii to be
DONE AT THE EXECU
TIVE I1UILDING, in Hono
lulu, this 17th day of April,
A. 1). 1905.
G. It. CARTER.
Ity the Governor,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
WHEREAS, ACT 51 of the Regular
Session of 1905, of the Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii, hns amended Act
39, entitled "An Act Creating Counties
Within the Territory of Ilnwnii nud
Providing for the Government Thereof,"
by striking out the words "an Assessor
and Tax Collector" in Section 12, Chap
ter 6 of said Act 39, and by striking out
the words "and a Deputy Assessor nnd
Tax Collector" in Section 13, Chapter 6 j
of ikiid Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, in accordnnce j
therewith. I, GEORGE It. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, '
hereby give notice that nil references I
made to the election of Assessors ntul '
Tax Collectois, and Deputy Assessors'
and Tax Collectors, in the County Elec-1
tiou Proclamation issued by me on the
17th day of Apiil, A. D. 1905, are hereby
eliminated; nud that 110 Assessor nud
Tux Collector, nnd no Deputy Assessor
FINE DISPLAY OF
Gossamer Wool Underwear
Gugot Suspenders Night Shirts
Crown Suspenders Bathing Suits
President Suspenders Sweaters
Hosiery and Cloves
E. N. HOLMES
nud Tax Collector will, or ant, le elided
nl the First Election of County Officer
to be held on the twentieth day of June,
A. 1). Nineteen Hundred and Five, nor
w ill the numes of ntiy person or persons
be rceeUcd or ptinlcd upiiti the ballots
as candidate or eandidales foi such office
IN THSTIMONY W1IHUHOF,
1 have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the
Territory of Hawnil to be
I SHALJ affixed.
I DONF. AT THH HXHCU-
T1VK HUILDING, in I lotto-
I lulu, this 3rd dny of May,
A. D. 1905.
G. U, CAUTHU.
All Wnlclte left for repairs
UNCLAIMED AFTER JUNE 23
1905, will be sold.
ON AND AFTER JUNE Ifltli
All Clocks, Watches, Jewelry nnd Silver
Ware will lie sold at ridiculously
FRONT STREET, - HILO
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
All tue cordially invited to attend n
FAIR AND LUAU
to be held at the
Hilo Armory, July 105
All dountiotis for the benefit of the
Church will be highly appreciated.
MRS. W. II. C. CAMPIIELL,
Our new Hue for the spiing of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment mid the choicest designs ever
offered in Hilo.
L. TURNER CO.. LTn.
Call at Tribune Office
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