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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JULY 4, 1905. No. 36. B
l)c StU vUmnc,
Orrici, Kino Strkkt, Hilu, Hawaii
Uilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publishers utl Proprietors.
President -C. C. Kknnkdy
Vlce-Presldeut H. E. Kiciiamus
Secretsry-lressurer J. Castlu KIDUWAV
Auditor A. 1. Sutton
Directors ......H. M. Tuovifio. 1) V. Maukii
Adrertlseraeuts unaccompanied by specific
I Ittructtoui luserled uutil ordered out.
Advertisements discontinued before expiration
if specified terlod will be charged at if con
t'autd for lull term. "
Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Jananee, and Chinese Interpreters
and Notary Public In Office.
Office: SitvitRAKcit Building,
Opposite Cour House, UILO, HAWAII
J. CASTLIt RlDGWAY TlIOS. C. RlDGWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
Solicitors of Patents General Law Practice
Notary Public iu Office.
OFVlClt : Walaiiucnue and Ilrldge Streets
I. E. H.ATST
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
KKAI, ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuetiue Street, Hilo, Hnwnii
'. A. S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Collector of Rents for Waiakea Mill Co.
General Collecting Solicited
and Returns Promptly Made.
Office with Theo. II. D.ivies & Co., Ltd.
Waianuetiue and Bridge Sts. Hilo,
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters oi
Crcditissued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either ha Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests lor Exchange,
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted, Ccutrall) and
pleasantly located oil
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
NoTiCK Neither the Musters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tiacted by the crew. R. I GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901 14.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Ciiamiikrs In Proiiatk.
In the matter of the Estate of NOMURA
KANOK1CH I, deceased.
PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD
MINISTRATION. The petition of Ira A, Hutchinson,
creditor of deceased, having lieen filed,
praying for Letters of Administration to
be issued to him as administrator of said
Notice is hereby 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
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place
all persons interested may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petition should not be
Hilo, Hawaii, June 13th, 1905.
My the Court:
A. S. LitBARON GURNEY, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Petitioner, 34-3
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of BERNADO
I)K CAMARA, Sr , deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the uudcr
Rigued has been appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Beruado dc Camara, Sr.,
deceased, and that all persons having
claims against said estate, whether se
cured or otherwise, are hereby notified to
present the same to the undersigned at
office of Ridgway &Ridgway, Hilo, Ha
waii, T. II., duly verified and witli proper
vouchers, If any, within six months from
the date of this notice, otherwise said
claims will be forever barred.
JOSE UK CAMARA,
Hilo, July 3, 1905.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Estate. 36-4
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Proiiatk At Chamhkks.
In the matter of the Estate of ANNIE T.
K. PARKER, a minor.
ORDER OF PUBLICATION AND TO
SHOW CAUSE ON GUARDIAN'S
APPLICATION TO SELL REAL
On reading and filing the petition of
Alfred W. Carter, the Guardian of the
properly of Annie T. K. Parker, a minor,
praying for an order of sale of certain
real estate belonging to his said ward,
which said real estate is situated within
the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, and consists of the fol
lowing described pieces and parcels of
1. Laud contained in Grant 3143 to J.
P. Parker in Kaaoiki, Hamakua; area 125
a. The laud in Paauhati, Weha, Ma
knkuolo, Keahua, and Kalopa, within
the boundaries of the lease of J. P. Par
ker aud S. Parker to W. G. Irwin &
Company, dated July 1st, 1886, of record
in Liber ioi, page 175; total area, 1074.50
3. The lauds of Weha, Makakuolo
and Keahua, adjoining the laud before
described; area 745.1 acres,
4. One. half interest in the Kalopa
Crown Laud held under tense known as
General Lease 101, 011 file in Public
Lauds Office, expiring July 1st, 1916;
area 1005,6 acres.
5. The laud in Kalopa described in
L. C. A. 8408 to Kuhea, 10 acres.
And set forth certain legal reasons why
such real estate should be sold, to-wit,
that it appears that it would be for the
benefit of the said minor that a portion of
her real estate should be sold and the
proceeds thereof should be invested iu
home productive stock or other invest
ment. It is hereby ordered that the heirs and
next of kin of said ward and all persons
1 interested in the said estate appear before
this Court on Saturday, the 12th day of
I August, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. 111.,
I at the Courtroom of this Court iu South
Ililo, Island and Territory of Hawaii,
I anil then and there show cause why an
order should not be granted for the s lie
of said estate.
And it is further ordered that a notice
I of tin- order be published for at least
three consecutive weeks bifurr the said
dnyo. luiiriug, iu the Hilo 'Jnbuiic, a
uewti.upcr published tu Hilo, and the
I Pacific Commercial Advertiser, a news
paper published iu Honolulu, the last
I publication to be not less than ten days
I previous to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Done at South Hilo, Island uud Terri
tory of Hawaii, July 1st, 1905,
(Signed) CHAS. F. PARSONS,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
(Signed) A S. I.HBARON GURNEY,
C.wu. S. Smith,
Attorney for Petitioner.
July 4, ii, 18, 35, August I.
The first meeting of the Supervisors of the County of Hawaii was held
at Fireman's Hall Saturday morning, and beyond organization and the
acceptance of bonds of the various county officers, little else was accom
plished. The meeting was called to order at 11:25 a.m., with super
visor J. T. Moir, S. L. Desha, D. K. Makuakane, Antonc Fernandez, J.
Frank Wootl and M. K. Kalaiwaa present. Clerk Sam K. Pua was
iu attendance and kept a record of the proceedings. Supervisor Moir
was chosen temporary chairman, but owing to the absence of Supervisor
O. T. Shipman, who had not yet procured his bond, a recess was taken
until 2 p. m,, at which hour a full attendance of the Board wss secured.
The Hoard proceeded to form a permanent organization over Super
visor Shipman's objection, the latter believing the initial meeting could
not beheld under the county law until the first Tuesday in July. John
T. Moir was unanimously selected as chairman, and iu a few words of
thanks, expressed his appreciation of the honor and said he would try
to fill the bill.
The bonds of all county officials were then approved. The super
visors were required to qualify before Judge Parsons and the bonds of
tht other county officials were approved by the Board of Supervisors at
their first meeting Saturday last. Under the county law, sureties must
be resident freeholders of the Territory aud qualify individually in the
amount of the face of the bond.
The bonds in the amounts named, together with the names of the
sureties thereon, as approved, are as follows:
Supervisors' bonds, $5,000: John T. Moir, sureties C. C. Kennedy
and Geo. Ross; S. L. Desha, sureties E. E. Richards and Jos. Vierra;
Antone Fernandez, sureties A. Lidgatc, Albert Horner. H. Louissou,
and M. Polnpola; D. K Makuakane, sureties E. E. Richards and Jos.
Vierra; J. E. Woods, sureties Geo. C. Becklcy and G. H. Vicars; M.
K. Kalaiwaa, sureties S. K. Nacole, W. K. Kalaiwaa and David
Alawa; O T. Shipman, sureties W. H. Shipman and J. S. Canario.
Treasurer T. K. Lalakea's bond, $20,000: sureties John T. Baker
aud Paul R. Kai.
Sheriff Wm. M. Kcolanui's bond, $10,000; sureties John T. Baker
and E. Wery.
Auditor Chas. K. Magttire's bond, $5,000; S. P. Woods and Adam
County Clerk S. K. Pua's bond, $5,000; sureties H. B. Nalimu and
County Attorney Chas. Williams'
and E. Wery.
Deputy sheriffs, $4,000 each: W. A. Fetter, sureties C. C. Ken
nedy and C. fi. Wright; James Mattoon, sureties Jose. Serrao and
John T. Moir; Wm. J. Rickard, sureties Jas. Gibb and K. S. Gjerd-
rum; W. M. S. Lindsey, sureties G. W. Lindsey and A. Gramberg;
C. H. Pulaa, sureties Jas. F. Wonda and S. P. Woods;
The resolution introduced by Supervisor D. Makuakane is as follows:
Whereas, County Government is a government which has never been
tried iu the Territory of Hawaii;
And whereas, among the many duties of Jhe Board of Supervisors one
of the most important is to sec that
throughout the County ot Hawaii;
And whereas, it is necessary that immediate action be taken to pre
serve and maintain the present condition of peace, quiet and justice
throughout the county of Hawaii;
And whereas, it is the duty of the Police Department to see to it that
the laws of the Territory are enforced, that peace, quiet and justice may
Therefore, be it resolved by the Board of Supervisors of the County
of Hawaii, that competent men may be employed in the Police Depart
ment iu the respective districts to preserve peace and to carry out the
duties as performed by the officers in said department as was performed
under the Territory;
And be it further resolved that all officers (captains of police and
clerks included) who held offices in the Police Department on the Island
of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, be retained and that they continue to
hold offices and perform the duties as prescribed by law, during the
mouth of July A. D. 1905, or until such time as the Board of Supervis
ors of the County of Hawaii shall recommend changes in the said De
partment of Police: provided, however, that any officers under the
police department may at any time be removed for cause by the said
Board of Supervisors of the County of Hawaii.
Considerable debate arose over this
Keolanui by his attorney C. M. LeBlond attempted to be heard, but was
refused by the Board. Supervisor Desha moved the adoption of the
resolution, which finally passed by a vote of 4 to 3, as follows: Ayes
Messrs. Makuakane, Desha, Fernandez and Moir. Noes Messrs. Ship
man, Woods and Kalaiwaa.
Upon motion of Supervisor Fernandez a committee consisting of Su
pervisors Desha, Fernandez and Woods was appointed to select suitable
offices for county officers. After the appointment of a committee of
three, consisting of Messrs. Fernandez, Shinman and Makuakane to
draft rules and by-laws, the Board adjourned at 4 p. m., until Wednes
day, at 9 o'clock.
900 Laborers Strike At Olaa.
There has been trouble brewing among the laborcts on Olaa plantation
for several days past, and yesterday morning the entire force of 900
field laborers, including Japanese, Koreans and Porto Ricans, refused to
go to work. The strikers demand the removal of Dr. R. G. Curtis,
plantation physician, his assistant, and Frank Sakamaki employed in the
office. When the strikers attempted to prevent the Japanese employed
in the mill from going to work, Deputy Sheriff Fetter with a posse of
police repaired to the scene anil stopped any disturbance. The mill men
then went to work but at noon time voluntarily quit. All is peaceable
at present, but developments may be expected at any moment.
Special Trains Today.
The Hilo Railroad announce that special trains will be run today be
tween Hilo and the race track at Hoolulu Park, leaving Hilo depot in
the morning at 8:io, 8:40, 9:10, 9:40 and 10:10 o'clock. Returning,
leave Park entrance at 11:50 and 12:10. Afternoon trains leave Hilo
depot at 12:45, 1:15 and 1:40. Returning, leave Park entrance at 4:40,
5:15, 5:45 and 6:10. Round trip tickets 25 cents. Afternoon train,
No. 9, for Glenwood, will depart from Hilo depot at 5:00 o'clock, stop
ping at entrance to Hoolulu Park for passengers at 5:05. Returning,
will arrive at Hilo at 7:50 o'clock.
Lively Baseball This Morning.
There is lively betting on the match baseball game to be played at 9
o'clock this morning between Papaaloa and Hilo picked teams. Both
sides have gone outside of their original limits aud picked up crack
players wherever they could be found, and the Papaaloa nine includes
men from Paauilo, Laupahoehoe, Waimca, Mauna Kea, as well as the
Papaaloa ball team proper. Bets are being made at two to one iu favor
of the Papaaloa aggregation. There promises to be some spirited playing.
bond. $3,000; sureties J. G Jones
peace aud quiet shall be maintained
resolution, against which Sheriff
(By Wireless to Tint Tritiunk.)
Russia Faces Revolution At Odessa.
Odessa, Russia, June 29. A revolution is 011. Odessa is iu flames.
The streets of the city arc barricaded and tumult reigns.
St. Petersburg, Russia, June 29. Troops arc being mobilized to sup
press the Odessa mutiny.
Loudon, England, June 30. An Odessa special says the battleship
Poternkju is bombarding the town. The athorities have ordered the
city to be kept in darkness. Large bodies of men are moving on the
city and arrests are being made.
St. Petersburg, Russia, June 30. Admiral Kruger's squadron is ex
pected at Odessa tonight, and have been ordered to sink the Poteiukiu,
unless she surrenders.
Vladivostok is Threatened.
Vladivostok, Russia, June 28. Japanese warships have been sighted
off this port. It is presumed an attack may be made by land and sea.
San Francisco, Cal., July 3.
ton, $85.00. 88 analysis beets, us
Secretary Hay is Dead.
Washington, D. C, July 3. Secretary Hay is dead.
One Thousand Drowned in Mexico.
Mexico, July 3. The city of Guanajuato swept away by floods. One
thousand people were drowned.
Oahu Officials Secure Offices.
Honolulu, July 1. Oahu County officials will occupy rooms iu the
Counterfeiters Among Soldiers.
Honolulu, July 1. United States soldiers stationed at Camp Mc
Kinley moulded $500 in bogus gold coin. Five men have been arrested.
Speaker Henderson Stricken.
Dubuque, Iowa, June 29. Former Speaker Henderson has been
stricken by paralysis.
Henry Holds the Fort.
Honolulu, June 28. High Sheriff
police station to Sheriff-elect Brown.
Fine Program For Today's Races.
On Saturday night at the Volcano Stables, the entries for the various
racing events wore all completed and such scratches as are indicated
were noted. The track has been rolled and the recent rains have well
laid the dust, so that a fine day's sport is promised to those who love
good horse racing.
A full day's sport has been promised, and at night there will be a
ball and Elks show at the Hilo Armory, under the auspices of the Elks
Dramatic Club and the Jockey Club. Prices have been. reduced to
popular prices, $1.00 tickets entitling holders to a reserved seat. Tickets
are on sale at the Hilo Drug Store this morning until 10 o'clock a. 111.;
thereafter at the office of the Volcano Stables.
A Successful Luau and Fair.
The luau and fair under the auspices of the Catholic Ladies' Aid
Society, given last Saturday at the Ililo Armory, proved one of the mot
successful public affairs of this nature ever held in Ililo. The active
management was under the direction of Mrs. W. II. C. Campbell, aud
much of the credit of the occasion is due to her unceasing efforts. Tin;
prizes of a dressed doll for the prettiest young miss under thirteen years
of age was awarded to Peggy Campbell, who rect-ived 225 votes, and
second prize to Margaret Corre.i. The most popular young lady was
Miss Marie Canario, receiving 134 ballots, the highest number of rotes
cast, winning the prize of an enamel Hawaiian pin, and Miss Kulei Ila
pai second prize of a handsome pin cushion. The total receipts of the
luau aud supper room were $411.15; Hawaiian booth, $244; fancy work,
$'49-3; flowers, $116.75; candy, $91.70; doll contest, $84.30; fish pond,
$36.65, cash donations, $274.45, making an aggregate amount of
Champions of Tennis Tournament.
The tennis tournament which closed last night at the courts of the
Hilo Tennis Club have attracted a large attendance at every day's play.
All who have witnessed the contests are uniformly of the opinion that
this season's tournament has developed some unusually brilliant tennis
playing, The Kohala continents made a remarkably fine .showing in
every event in which they entered, Miss Mable R. Woods and Sam P.
Woods carrying off the cup in the mixed doubles, George Hapai prov
ed himself an adept with the racket, defeating nil comers in the gentle
men's singles and becoming by reason of the illness of Dr. Fred Irwin,
last year's winner, the champion single player for 1905. Mrs. II, B.
Elliot by a score of 6-2, 4-6 and 6-3 Monday afternoon defeated Mrs. II.
V. Patton, who has held the Club cup trophy for two successive years,
for the ladies' singles. There was considerable excitement over the out
come of this game, as the winning of the cup for a third time by the
Hakalati champion, under the rules of the tournament meant possession.
In the gentlemen's doubles, George Hapai .and C. E. Mellor defeated
Messrs. S. Grace and E. D. Baldwin by a score of 6-4 and 6-2, making
them the winners. They will play off the championship and the posses
sion of the Demosthenes cup against Dr. J. J. Grace and J. E. Metcalfe
on next Wednesday. In the ladies doubles, the Misses Woods of Ko
hala, late last evening were victors over Mrs. Geo, Ross aud Mis. Pat
ton of Hakalati, by a score of 6-3:6 1.
960 Test Centrifugals, 4.25; per
3d; per ton, $87.40.
Henry may refuse to turn over the