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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1905.
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fUULISIIUU KVKKY TO!SI)AY
Omca, Kino Strkut, lln.o, Hawaii
Uilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publishers anj Proprietors.
rrldt... C. 0. Khnnkhv
Vlce-rresldent - K. E. Kiciiari
Btcretarjr-Treasurer J. Castlk Kiikiwav
Auditor...... A. I. Sutton
Klrector .K. M. Thompson, 1J. W. Makrii
Advertisements atmccompanlcd by specific
nstructions Inserted until urdetcil out.
AdTertlwmetits discontinued before explrntlou
of specified period wilt be charted as if con
tailed for lull term.
Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese, ami Chinese Interpreters
and Notary Public In Office.
Office: SitvituANCii Huii.dino,
Opposite Cour House. lllt.O. HAWAII
J.CASTLK RlDOWAY TUOS.C. RlDGWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATTO K N Y8-AT-I. A W
lotlcltora of Patents General I.nw Practice
Salary Public in Office.
OFVICRl Walatiuenue and llrldge Street!
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -1, AW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' HUILDING
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Collector of Rents for Walakea Mill Co.
General Collecting Solicited
and Returns Promptly Made.
Office with Theo. H. Davics & Co., Ltd.
Walanuenue and Dridge Sts. Hilo,
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act a Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
OSc with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
Hoholuuj - - Oauu, H
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT CltAMllltRS In Proiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of NOMURA
PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD
MINISTRATION. The petition of Ira A. Hutchinson,
creditor of deceased, having liccn filed,
praying for Letters of Administration to
be issued to him ns administrator of said
Notice is hereby jdven that Tuesday,
the 18th day of July, 1905, at 10 o'clock
a. 111., be and hereby is appointed the
lime for hearing said petition, in the
Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court at
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place
all persons interested may appear nml
show cause, if nuy they have, why the
prayer of .said petition should not be
Hilo, Hawaii, June 13th, 1905.
lly the Court:
A. S. LitllARON GURNEY, Clerk.
Ity Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Petitioner, 34-3
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory ol Hawaii.
At Chamiihus In Proiiatk.
In the mittcr of the Estate of JOAO M.
JARDINE, Hilo Hawaii, deceased.
PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD
MINISTRATION. The petition of Marin M. Jnrdiuc,
widow of deceased, having been filed,
praying that Letters of Administration be
issued to Evaugclino da Silv.i as admin
istrator of said estate.
Notice is hereby given that Saturday,
the 1st day of July, A. D. 1905, nt 10
o'clock a. 111., be and hereby is appointed
the time for hearing said petition, in the
Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court
at Hilo, HaClli, at which time and place
all persons interested may nppcar and
show cause, if any they nave, why the
prayer of said petition should not be
Hilo, Hawaii, June 5, 1905.
lly the Court:
A.S. LltHARONGURNEV, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Cam. S. Smith,
Attorney for Petitioner. 3a 3
Notice to Candidates for
The attention of nil Candidates nt the
County Election held 011 June 20II1, 1905,
is drawn to Sections 31, 32, and 33 of the
Rules and Regulations for Holding Elec
tions, which Sections relate to the filing
of an itemized sworn blatemeut by each
Candidate of his Expenses incurred for
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hnwaii.
Per C. R. I1UCKLAND.
The Executive Building, Honolulu,
June 6th, 1905. 34-1
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Cradit Usued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Soecial attention k'iven to the business
dtrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, ettlier kb Deposits, collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
All outstanding bills for materials fur
nished and services rendered in the
period commencing July 1, 1904, and
ending June 30, 1905, must be in my
office properly certified, if on the Island
of Oahu by July 10, 1905, if on the other
Islands by July 15, 1905.
C. M. WHITE,
Department of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. H., May 31, 1905.
GOV. CARTER RESORTS TO PERSONALIT
EXECUTIVE ATTACKS BROWN
IN A PUBLISHED STATEMENT
(lly Wireless to Tint Triiiunr.)
Honolulu, June 15. In an open letterlo the Advertiser today Gover
nor Carter chnrges Arthur M. Drown, candidate for sheriff, as making
his fight on the nnti-administraliou platform mid specifics Brown's un
fitness for the office which he seeks.
The letter referred to contains the following:
"Without considering the moral issue it ought now to he clear to nil
ns it has been to those who knew the undcicurrents, that every vote
cast for Urown is one that will be counted by his supporters ns discrcdit
i tg the administration.
"Thus every straight vote is to be used, no matter the intention of the
voter, as a slap against nu administration that thanks to those around
me, has been economical and efficient nnd the surprising part is that so
many are blinded by political dust or hubbub that they can't see it."
In the Governor's letter addressed to P. C. Jones and made public arc
the following quotations: "There are two grounds for my belief that
the party has made a mistake one riiorr.l, the other political, and the
former is by fur the most important. I believe it was morally wrong to
nominate Brown, for if we can judge by past experience, his administra
tion of the ollice will be weak, corrupt and lawless. It is true that I did
not remove Hrown because of nny criminal charge against him, but be
cause of his failure to administer that office in the proper manner. My
final judgment ol him was that he had not the strength to resist flattery;
that he yielded to temptation, and put himself in a position where he
could not enforce the law and perform the duties which the office of
chief of police requires. So much for his weakness.
Now, as to corruption: Call it weakness or what you may, the ex
tent to which the former administration of the police department op
pressed the poor, and the fear which they created through their absolute
power of prosecution or persecution, i may never be fully known; but
gambling was open and flagrant; corruption was rampant; the greatest
of friction existed between the police department and that of the At
torney General, with both of which rests the enforcement of our laws.
I do not claim that Brown alone was responsible for all this, but he
held the power in his hands to prevent much of it. From the foregoing
you will sec that I believe the Republicans who oppose those candidates
whose records are such that they are not worthy of the honor shown
them, or who have been tried and found wanting, are doing the party a
service which may not now be recognized, but wnicn in the end will
Brown Defends His Administration-
Honolulu, June 17. A. M. Brown, F.-mblican candidate for Sheriff,
in a published letter addressed to the voters of Oahu, takes up the Gov
ernor's attack on him and makes distinct and specific denial.
PEACE NEGOTIATIONS ON FOOT.
SEAT OF CONFERENCE CHOSEN
(lly Wireless to Tint Trihunic.)
Tokio. June 13. The Government is silent about peace. The news
papers and the public demand peace if consistent with victory and the
permanency of Japan's gains. They oppose an early armistice and ex
press doubt of Russia's good faith.
Tokio, Japan, June 14. Minister Takahira reports the appointment
of Nchdoff as Russia's chiei representative in the conference for pence.
Washington, D. C, June 14. Russian Ambassador Cassini hits held
a conference with President Roosevelt. It is reported that there is no
hitch in the peace program.
Washington, D. C, June 15. This city has been selected ns the place
for holding the approaching peace conference. Japan refused to have
the con'crcnce held in Europe and Russia objected to any place in the
Far East. The powers arc pressing Japan to moderate her demands for
a cash indemnity from Russia.
Armistice to be Signed.
W'ashingtou.D. C, June 17. Negotiations are progressing for the
signing of a brief armistice between Oyama and I,inevitch. Nclidoff,
former Ambassador to France, will probably head the Russian plenipo
tentiaries and the Marquis Ito the Japanese.
Linevitch Is Surrounded.
London, Eng., June 17. It is believed there will be a battle in Man
churia before peace negotiations have begun. General Linevitch's army
They Drove Out Japs.
St. Petersburg, Russia, June 14. General Iyinevitch reports having
driven the Japanese from three villages.
Jap Outposts Have Advanced.
Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, June 14 The Japanese force has advanced
its outposts. The Russians occupy the heights north of Kaochepo.
Panama Fever Raging.
Panama, June 15. Three new cases of yellow fever are reported here
and there have been three more deaths.
11V DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House nnd Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
In accordance with Section I of
ter XXVI of the laws of 18S6:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rales nrc hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing June 30, 1905, to December 31, 1905,
will he due and payable at the office of
the Hilo Water Works on the 1st day of
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they ure due will be
subject to nu additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid August 15, 1905 (thirty days after
hi 1 oming delinquent), are liable to hits-
pension without further notice.
Rules nre payable at the office of the
Superintendent Hilo Waterworks.
Hilo, June 7, 1905. 334
Norwegians Want Recognition.
Washington, D. C, June 14. The Norwegians of the United States
have appealed to Roosevelt to recognize the new Norwegian government.
Union Men are Let Out.
Essen, June 13. Three thousand workmen in Westphalia have been
discharged for belonging to labor unions.
Premier of Greece Assassinated.
Athens, June 13. The Premier of Greece, Mr. Delyannis, was assas
sinated yesterday by a gambler named Ghtrakatis. He was stabbed
just as he was emerging from his carriage. The deed was one of re
venge, Dslyatints having closed the gambling places.
Attitude Toward Chinese Severe.
Oxford, Ohio, June 15. During the course of an address at the Uni
versity here today Secretary of War Taft declared that California was
too severe in the matter of Chinese exclusion and that her action had the
result of injuring the sale of American goods in the Orient.
Washington, D. C., June 15. President Roosevelt has directed that
discretion be exercised in the enforcement of the Chinese exclusion act.
Latest Sugar Quotations.'
San Francisco, Cal., June 19. 960 Test Centrifugals, 4.281; per
ton, $85.62. 88 analysis beets, us iod; per ton, $91.20.
NoTiCit Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con.
traded by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hll, April 16,1901, 14-
The premises occupied by Mr. A. Lind
say 011 Pleasant htreet will be for lease or
rent on nnd after July 1st. For purlieu
l.irs impiire of
ALL KIND3 OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
Burns Club Honors Departing Members.
The weird wail of the Scottish pipes was very much in evidence at
Serrao's Hall on Saturday evening last, when the members of "the Bums
Club assembled to bid "guid speed" and "haste ye back" to three canny
Scots who have conic to the conclusion that they can no longer resist the
temptation to revisit once again the scenes of childhood. An intense
longing for the broom and the bracken, and the scent of the bonnie
purple heather, the lilt of the laverock, and the joy of lying full length
upon some flower-bespangled brae has so permeated their souls that with
Wullie and Sandy and Jamie it is
" Up slicks nn' awn', tnc the North let us flee,
An' taste the delights of our 'Ain Countrie.' "
Possibly to the youngest of the trio the "light that lies in sparkling
eyes, the rose blush of a maiden's check, the lichtsome step and lissome
form of some barefit lassie of the clachan," is the attractive force which
draws the hardy son of toil back to the shadows of his mountain home
in far awa' Scotland.
Be this as it may, the members of the Burns Club seemed loth to have
them go, but their sorrow was tempered somewhat by the very hearty
response of the voyagers to the strains of "Will Ye No' Come Back
Again?" as sung by the representatives of the various clans of Scotts
and Kennedys, Chalmers and Frasers. Mackenzics and Wilsons assem
bled to do them honor. The Burns Club orchestra put life and mettle
into the heels of the eighty members and guests, and much agility was
displayed by the merry dancers of the Highland schottischc, jig and reel
which prove so dear to the heart of the true Scot, no matter in what part
of the world he may happen to find himself. Delicious refreshments
were served at 10:00 p. m. and the evening's entertainment further en
hanced by the interpolation of song and story between the various dances.
The sweet strains ol "Auld Iaug Syne" resounded through the hall just
as the bell of the Foreign Church "chappit" the hour of "twal," and
Messrs. William Chalmers of Waiakea, "Jamie Henderson" and "Sandy
Fraser" of Wainaku will carry back to Bonnie Scotland a consciousness
of much love and hearty good will, honestly won, and vigorously dis
played by their fellow countrymen and countrywomeu residing within
the Paradise of the Pacific.
A Self-Confessed Burglar.
Conradt Hayes, a German youth, twenty-four years of age, formerly
employed in the Hilo Electric Works, confessed to burglarizing the cigar
store of S. C. Shaw of $57.10 on Saturday night, and is now confined in
Hilo jail awaiting the penalty of the law for his crime.
The young man has been out of omploymeut since December last, and
although well educated and a capable employe he has been living with
low associates since that time. For an individual without money to have
his shoes shined Sunday morning Deputy Sheriff Fetter, with Sherlock
Holmes intuition, regarded it as a "suspicious circumstance" tending to
the young man's guilt. When closeted with that official later in the
Police Station the young man confessed to the entire crime and subse
quently piloted the police officers to the hiding place where the money
was found. After an unsuccessful attempt to make an entrance through
a back door, which had been safely barred, Hayes climbed through a
side window and rifled the cash drawer, containing $8.10 in small change,
and carried off a tin cash box in which was deposited $49.00. Appar
ently to ward oil suspicion, Hayes did exactly what gave Hie clue to the
police, by reporting to Night Watchman Miguel the circtinihtanco of the
window being open. From his intimate knowledge of the case he was
at once suspected of being the burglar and later confessed to having done
the job alone. All of the money was recovered, with the exception of
a few cents. He had given $2.00 to a native girl and $3.00 to a r.ixteen-ycar-old
companion, who is being held for complicity in the affair. Both
young men will be arraigned on Thursday before Judge Hapai and com
mitted to the grand jury. It is believed that the two prisoners are re
sponsible for the midnight robberies at the Hilo Railroad ticket and
freight offices, which are now under investigation by the police.
Catholic Church Fair.
The grand fair and luau to be given at Hilo Armory on Saturday,
July 1st, under the auspices of the Catholic Ladies' Aid Society, will be
an unique affair. The large, roomy floor space of the Armory will be
utilized for booths and various features of the entertainment. There
will be two prizes (two hadsomely dressed dolls now on exhibition in the
show window of I. Turner Co., Ltd.) for the two prettiest maids under
thirteen years of age. For the most popular young woman there has
been offered an Hawaiian coat-of-arms pin, made of gold, now 011 exhi
bition in the window of J. D. Kennedy, jeweler.
Beginning at 11 o'clock in the morning, and continuing until 7 o'clock
p. in., a continuous luau will be served under the supervision of Mrs. E.
Wery, Mrs. Philip Victor, Mrs. W. Geo. Kaitienui, Mrs. A. B. I,oe
benstcin, and Mrs. Dan Kanuohe. There will be two different tables at
$1.00 and 50 cents respectively per head. From 4 o'clock to 7 p. 111. a
twenty-iive cent dinner will be served by a corps ot pretty waitresses
in charge of Mrs. W. J. Stone. During the afternoon and evening
Professor Carvalho and the Hilo Band will render a concert at the fair.
Booths will be in charge of the following ladies and gentlemen: Fancy
Work Booth, Mrs. W. II. C. Campbell and Mrs. J. S. Canario; Hawaiian
Curios, The Misses Victor and Ewaliko; Flowers, Miss Anita Canario
and Miss Emily Wery; Candy, Miss Marie Canario; Ice Cream and
Soda Water, Mrs Forbes and Mrs. Cook, and Fishpond, Miss De Mello.
A Mock Police Court will be held with a judge, jury, court officers and
prosecuting attorney, whose iudenty have not yet been made known, hut
the unwary who may be overcome with loo much of a good lime will be
subject to being hauled before this tribunal and roundly fined for his
The arrangements are under the supervision of Mrs. W. II. C. Campbell,
who is president of the Latlies' Aid Society, The proceeds will go to
the betiefit, of the Catholic Church of Hilo.