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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1905.
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I'UUUSIIltn HVKKY TUHSUAY
Omen, Kino Htkiikt, Hilu, Hawaii
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and Notary Public in Office.
Office: SltVIiRANCK IlUIMMNG,
UppoaltcCour Houic, 11II.0, HAWAII
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HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDUNT AND MARINE
Waianueuuc Street, - Ililo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
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HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Collector of Rents lor Waiakea Mill Co.
General Collecting Solicited
and Returns Promptly Made.
Office with Tlieo. H. D.ivies & Co., I.ld.
Waiatiucnuc and llridge Sis. Ililo,
W. H. BEERS
(Bullish and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act ai Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
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C. F. BRADSHAW
In the Circuit Court of the Eourtli Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMIlltRS 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 been filed,
praying for Letters of Administration to
be issued to him as admiiiisltator of aitl
Notice is hircby given that Tuesday,
the 18th day of July, 1905, at 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
Ililo, Hawaii, at which time and place
all persons interested nmv appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petition should uot be
Ililo, Hawaii, June 13th, 1905.
Iy the Court:
A. S. LHI1AR0N GURNEY, Clerk.
I)y Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Ridcway & Ridcway,
Attorneys lor Petitioner, 34-3
Tuesday, July 4th, being a legal holi
day all offices of the Territorial govern
ment will be closed on that day.
G. R. CARTER
Executive Building, June 16, 1905. 34 2
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, 1f 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. II., May 31, 1905.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chap
ter XXVI of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rates for the term end
ing June 30, 1905, to December 31, 1905,
be due and payable at the office of
the Hllo Water Works on the 1st day of
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they arc due will be
subject to an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates remain
unpaid August 15, 1905 (thirty days after
becoming delinquent), are liable to sus
pension without furthsr notice.
Rates are payuble at the office of the
Superintendent Ililo Water Works.
Ililo, June 7, 1905- 334
NoTiCU Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for any debts con.
traded by the crew. R. f. GUARD,
Ullo, April 16, 1901, 14.
Public Iiiiiuls Notice.
Notice is hereby given, that at and
after 9 o'clock, a. in., on Saturday, July
29th, 1905, applications will be received
under the provisions of Part VII (Right
of Purchase Lease), Laud Act of 1895, for
the following lot of Public Laud:
Lot 61, Map 13, Kaivwki, Ililo, Hawaii.
Area, 25.10 acres; Class, Agricultural.
Appraised value, $ 175.70.
Plans of the lot, and full information
as to necessary tmalificatious of appli
cants, method of applying, etc., may be
obtained at the Laud Office, Honolulu,
and at the Sub Agent's Office, Ililo, Ha
waii. JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Honolulu, June 24th, 1905.
ILooltiha Ainu Aiipuui.
I Ma keia ke lia.iwii.i nku uei ka hoo-
laha, 111. 1, 11 mahope aku o ka hora 9, 11.
111., ma ka Paiouo, la 29 o July, M. II.
1905, e waihoi.i mai no 11a palapala noi
mulalii o ua maiiao o ka mahele VII
(Kule.nm Kuui Hoolimaliiua), Kauawai
Ainu o 1895, no ka apana o ka Ainn An
puiii m.ilalo iho uei:
Apaua6i, Pulapala Aiua I3, Kaiwiki,
Illtiina, 25.10 eka; Papa, Ainu tuahial,
Kiiuiuwaiwiii, fl75 7.
O ua kii o ka aiua a me na kuhikuhl
piha e pill ana i ua men e kupouo ai ka
mva c noi mm, ke auo o ka noi ana, etc.,
e loaa aku 110 ma kc Keeim o na Aiua
Aupuni, Honolulu, a me ke Keeua Aiua
Aupuni urn Ililo, Hawaii.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Komisiua o na Aiua Aupuni.
Honolulu, June 24, 1905.
Juuea7, July 4, 11, 18, 25.
GARTER WITNESSES DEFEAT AND RESIGNS
Honolulu, June 23. The returns for Sheriff of Oahu are as follows:
Hrown, 2458; Poepoe, 1956, and Henry, 860. Governor Carter has re
signed. Honolulu, Juno's 1. The following county officers for Oahu have been
elected: Sheriff, A. M. Drown (R.); County Clerk, D. Kalauokalani,
Jr. (R.); County Auditor. James Dickncll (R.); County Attorney, E. A.
Douthitt (R.); County Trcnsurer, Richard H. Trent (Pusiou); Super
visors, Edward R. Adams, John Lucas, George W. Smith, H. T. Moore,
James K. Paelc, Andrew E. Cox, Frank K. Archer. Deputy Shcriffr,
J. S. Kalakiela, George K. Keknuoha, Prank Fahin, Chris J. Holt,
Oscar B. Cox and John Fernandez.
Ovcrconfidence was responsible for the republican defeat in the County
of Hawaii. The first returns from East Hawaii showed large rcpublcau
majorities, but when West Hawaii was heard from, the anticipated vic
tory was turned into defeat. Sam K. Pua, republican candidate for coun
ty clerk, was the sole survivor and his election is accounted for by reason
of his residence at Kailua, a Home Rule stronghold. There was n de
plorable lack of interest in West Hawaii and the Governor's participa
tion in local politics affected the result. The republicans have the
majotity of supervisors but for deputy sheriffs honors are evenly divided.
The candidates elected arc raarked'thus (t) in the annexed table of returns.
(By Wireless to Tint Tkiiiukk.)
Washington, D. C, June 26. Roosevelt has directed that the fullest
courtesies be shown Chinese of the exempt classes entering the United
St. Petersburg, Russin, June 26. General Lincvitch has repotted the
situation in Manchuria unchanged. There has been no action other than
Melbourne, Australia, June 26. The Governor of the Commonwealth'
has invited Secretary Taft to extend his trip to Australia.
Tokio, Japan, June 2G. Three thousand Russians were defeated on
Wednesday by the Japanese, with a loss of two hundred.
Honolulu, June 26. Lambert was the lowest bidder for the new Ililo
Jail, but Whitehouse received the award through changes made after
the bids were opened.
Scandal in Equitable.
New York, June 23. There is a possibility of criminal proceedings in
the matter of the Equitable as a result of the report of Superintendent
COUNTY ELECTION RETURNS, 1905.
JKcolanui, William M (H..D.)
Scarle, John Cooper (R.)
Edmonds, William E (H.-D.)
JPua, Sam K ."..(R.)
JMaguire, C. K.. (D.)
Wise, John II ;(R.)
Williams, Charles (H.-D.)
Wise, W. S (R.)
JLalokco, T. K (H.-D.)
Lyman, Rufus A (R.)
linker. John T (I)
tDeslm, Stephen I (R
Lyman, Eugene.... (II.. I).
jl'ernandes, A (R
Makekau, R. II (II.-R
Thomas, E (I
JMukiiakane, D. K (R
J Fetter, William A (R.)
Laelia, William (H.-D )
JMatloou, James (R.)
Hlaaheo, S II (H.-D.)
Kaiwi.J. II (R.)
Candidates marked with f were elected.
Atchcrly, Dr. John (I.)
twooils, James F....(H.-D.
Kamauohn, George P..(R
Hewitt, George C (R.
Shipmaii, O.T (H.-D.
tPulaa, C. II (H.-D.)
Slillman, C. K (R.)
Kawai.J. W (R.)
JLindsay, W. M. S...' I.-R.)
IKelilkoa, J. W (H.-D.)
Ntthale. J. K R.)
Jllakcr, David (H.-D.)
Kekuewa, O. M (R )
Hayselden, W. M (R.)
tKakoula.J. K (H.-D.)
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San Francisco, Cal., June 19. 960 Test Centrifugals, 4.030; per
ton, $80.60. 88 analysis beets, us 9d; per ton, $89 80.
County of Maui Goes Republican.
Wailukti, June 21. The Republican ticket swept Maui county with
the exception of Supervisor and Deputy Sheriff for the District of Wai
lukti. W. II. Comwell defeated II. P. Daldwin for Supervisor in that
district, and Thomas Clark defeated Sam Keliinoi for Deputy Sheriff.
The following are the officers-elect: Sheriff, W. E. Safferyj Attorney,
I). H. Case; Auditor, Charles Wilcox; Treasurer, L. M. Daldwin; Clerk,
W. F. Kaae; Supervisors, W. li. Cornwell, T. M. Church, William
Hcuuiug, J. Halulani; Deputy Sheriffs, C. R. Lindsay, Thomas Clark,
Edgar Norton, F. Wittrock.
Republicans Victorious on Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, June 21. The following are the successful candidates
elected for Kauai county. All are Republicans except the last two Su
pervisors named: Sheriff W. II. Rice, Jr.; Auditor, Edwin Omstead;
Clerk, Olaf Omstead; Attorney, John D. Willard; Treasurer, A. H.
Rice; Supervisors, Thorwald Drandt, W. D. McDryde, H. D. Wishard,
R. Ptiuki, D. Kanealii; Deputy Sherifis, S. K. Kaeo, W. O. Crowell,
II. Blake, W. Meheula, James K. Lota. D. Kanealii, Home Rule can
didate, was elected by twelve votes. His right to hold the office will be
contested 011 the ground that some of the signatures to his nomination
papers were forged.
Washington, June 21. Minister Doweu has been dismissed from the
service, President Roosevelt saying that his conduct bos been nioht. rep
Norway and Sweeden May War.
Stockholm, June 20. The Swedish Conservative papers openly advo
cate War, urging the mobilization of troops and demanding the cession
of the northern provinces of Norway to Sweeden as the price for the dis
solution of the Union.
Hilo Tennis Tournament.
The open tournament of the Ililo Tennis Club begins at the club courts
on next Thursday morning. All entiies have been made and the follow
ing drawings announced:
Thursday, June 291119:30 a. m.: Mrs. II. D. Elliot and Geo. Hapai
vs. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Medcalfe; Mr. S. P. Woods and partner vs. Mr.
H. Vicars and partner. 11:00 a. m.: Miss I. II. Woods and partner s.
Mrs. Patten and partner; Mrs. Daldwin and E. C. Mellorvs. Mrs. Geo.
Ross and E. D. Baldwin. 1:30 p.m.: Mr. Geo. Ilnpai vs. Dr. II. D.
Elliot; Mr. S. P. Woods vs. Dr. J. J. Grace. 3:00 p. in.: Mr. II. Vicars
vs. Mr. J. E. Medcalfe; Mr. E. C. Mellor vs. Mr. E. D. Daldwin. 4:30
p. m.: Miss I. H. Woods vs. Mrs. II. Vicars; Miss M. R. Woods vs.
Mrs. H. D. Elliot.
Friday, June 30th 9:30 a. 111.: Mrs. II. D. Elliot and Mrs. -E. D.
Daldwin vs Misses Woods. 11:00 a.m.: Messrs. G. Hapai and E. C.
Mellorvs. Messrs. II. Vicars and W. Balding; Mr. S. Woods and partner
vs. Messrs. S. Grace and E. D. Daldwin. 1:30 p. m.: Semi-finals Mixed
Doubles. 3:00 p. in.: Semi-Finals Men's Singles. 4:30 p. in.: Mrs. II.
Vicars and Miss Hapai vs. winner of above Ladies' Doubles; Mrs. Geo.
Ross and Mrs. H. V. Patten vs. Mrs. Medcalfe and Miss E Peck.
Finals will be played on Saturday and challenge games on Monday.
The committee in charge reserve the right to change any of above dates
it necessary. Prizes will be given in the Lndieb' Doubles by Messrs,
Wall, Nichols Co. and E, O. Hall,