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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JULY iS, 1905.
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omen, Kino Stkkkt, Hit o, Hawaii
Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publisher and Proprietor.
Preddeut C. C. KhvNKDV
Vice-President K. K. Riciiakiw,
Secretary-Treiuurer J. Castlk Kiimiway
Auditor - A. l. Sutton
Directors .!. M. Thompson, 1 W. Marsh
Advertisement utiRCCOtupatilcd by spcclCe
Instructions inserted uulll ordered out.
Advertisements discontinued before expiration
of specified period will be charged nt If con
Inued Tor lull terra.
Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese, nd Chinese Interpreter!
and Notary Public lu Office.
Office: Shvkranck Building,
Opposite Cour House, HILO, HAWAII
J. CASTLB RlUOWAY TH03. C. RlDCWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
tollcltors of Patents General Law Practice
Notary Public hi Office.
OI'FICH : Walanuenue and Drldgc Streets
. I fa I. E. RAY
i ' ' ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Walanuenue St. Hllo, Hawaii
''.', ' REAL EStTu'TT,-ETOT
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - Hllo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKEI.S' IJUILDING
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Collector of Rents (or Waiakea Mill Co.
General Collecting Solicited
and Returns Promptly .Made.
Office with Thco. H. Dnvics & Co., Ltd.
Wniauueuue and Bridge Sts. Uilo,
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and lltlls Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oaiiu, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Ex
Commercial and TraeUer's Letters of
Creditihsued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention ghento the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests tor Exchange.
Y DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly lilted, Centriillj and
pleasantly located 011
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House anil Hllo Hotel
Parks. A ritiiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
Noticu Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. C. GUARD,
Uilo, April 16, 1901 14
To Whom it Muy Concern.
The undersigned has, this day, been
nppoiutcd and has qualified as Adminis
trator of the Estate of Joao M. Jnrdluc,
deceased. All persons having any ac
counts ngatust the said Estate are hereby
notified that they must present the same
together with satisfactory vouchers within
six months from the date hereof; other
wise they will be barred.
(Signed) EVANGELINO DA SILVA,
(Signed) Carl S.Smith,
Attorney for Administrator.
Hllo, Hawaii, July 6th, 1905. 37-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of DERNADO
DB CAMARA, Sr , deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Ilernado dc Cauia , St.,
deceased, and that all persons having
claims against said estate, whether se
cured or otherwise, are hereby not! find to
present the same to the undersigned at
office of Ridgway & Ridgway, Hllo, Ha
waii, T. II., duly verified and with proper
vouchers, if any, within six months from
the date of this notice, otherwise said
claims will be forever barred.
JOSE DB CAMARA,
Hllo, July 3, 1905.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Estate. 36-4
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Cicult,
Territory of Hawaii.
In PROnAlK AT Chamdbrs.
In the matter of the Estate of ANNIE T.
K. PARKER, a minor.
ORDER OP 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
property of Annie T. K. Parker, a minor,
praying for 011 order of sale of certain
real estate belonging to hissaid ward,
which said leal estate is situated within
the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the Ter
ritory of Huwaii, and consists of the fol
lowing described pieces and parcels of
1. Land contained in Grunt 3142 to J.
P. Parker lu Kuaoiki, IIamakua;area 135
2. The land in Paaiihau, Wcha, Ma
kakuolo, 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 101, page 175; total area, 1074.50
3. The lauds of Wcha, Makakuolo
and Keahua, adjoining the laud before
described; area 745.1 acres,
4. One-half interest in the Kalopa
Crown Land held under lease known as
General Lease lot, on flic in Public
Lauds Office, expiring July 1st, 1916;
area 1005.6 acres.
5. The land in Kalopa described iu
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
some productive stock or other invest
ment. It is hereby ordered that the heirs and
next of kin of said waul aud all persons
interested in the said estate appear before
this Court 011 Saturday, the 12th day of
August, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at the Courtroom of this Court iu South
Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii,
and then aud there show cause why an
order should not be granted for the sale
of snid estate.
And it is further ordered that a notice
of this order be published for at least
three consecutive weeks before the said
day of hearing, 111 the Hilo Tribune, a
newspaper published in Hilo, aud the
Pacific C01n1ncrci.il Advertiser, n news
paper published iu Honolulu, the last
publication to be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Done ut South Hilo, Island and Terri
tory of Hawaii, July 1st, 1905,
(Signed) CHAS. F. PARSONS,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
(Signed) A. S. LKIJARON GURNEY,
Caul S. Smith,
Attorney for Petitioner.
July 4, 11, 18, 25, August r.
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U, S, A,
GOVERNOR CARTER WILL CHANGE HIS
(Ily Wireless to Tint Tridunb.)
Honolulu, July 17. On direct authority from Washington, Governor
Carter will not give up his office. No coolie labor for Hawaii says Sec
retary Taft. Hon. S. E. Payne, chairman of the Ways and Means
Committee of the House says there is no actual movement to place duty
Honolulu, July 14. The Taft party including Miss Roosevelt, arriv
ed at 8 a. m. Received by citizens' committee and military escort.
Were driven to the Pali aud other points of interest. Visited Pearl
Harbor by train and lunched at Hawaiian Hotel.
Honolulu, July 14. Manchuria departed at 6 o'clock p. m. for Ori
ent, with the Taft party. F. M. Swanzy, president of the Hawaiian
Planters' Association, accompanied the party to the Philippines.
Race Riot In New York.
New York, July 15. A race riot took place here yesterday which 250
policemen were required to quell. Many shots were fired and many
people were injured.
Will Sell Inter-Island Steamers.
Honolulu, July 15. C. L. Wight, representing the Inter-Island Ttans
portation Company, left on the Manchuria for Manila and Japan to dis
pose of the three island steamers for which that company has no further
Germany and Sweden Alliance.
Stockholm, Tulv 11. Kititr Oscar and Kaiser Wilheman have held a
conference. It is said an alliance is contemplated.
Potemkin Mutineers Executed.
Kustenji, July 15. -It is reported that thirty of the Potemkin muti
neets have been shot. 1
Odessa, Russia, July 13. Tweutytbur leaders of the disturbances
here have been hanged. Twenty-seven more are slated for the scaffold.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 1 a. Admiral Kruger will be court-martialed
for his incapacity in handling the mutiny among the sailors of the
Black Sea fleet.
Reports of the mutiny, which occurred while the battleship was at
sea, are difficult to obtain, but it is ascertained that it arose from the
shooting of a sailor who was presenting on behalf cf the crew a complaint
against bad food. According to one version, this sailor, whose name
was Omiltchuk, objected to the quality of the "borchtch" or soup, and
was immediately shot down by a mess officer. The crew then rose and
siezed the ship and the officers, eightf hem were spared on condition
tuat tuey would join tue mutineers. The others were killed and thrown
overboard. The Potemkin arrived at Odessa, accompanied by two torpedo
boats, the body of the dead sailor was taken ashore and lay in state, be
ing visited all day by thousands. A riot followed when the Odessa
police interfered, the rioters setting fire to the docks and water front.
Admiral Kruger and the Mediterranean fleet were ordered to capture the
Potemkin. When he arrived fouud the vessel cleared for action,
and steaming defiantly up and down before the fleet. Admiral
Kruger gave orders to his squadron to depart for Sebastopol.
No Forfeiture of Homesteads.
By a decision of Attorney General, just rendered and made public for
the first time throutrh Sub-Land Arrant Willinme ni t-tji n i.t.i r
ritrht of nurchase leases whose rip-htq linvp tmt lu.nn nffinintt., ,-..... ...i
by the Land Commissioner, are permitted to fulfill the terms of their
leases as tuougu no oreacn ot condition had occurred. In other words,
lai ure on tue nan ot the i.mifi i)tiirv rn rnn inoc ...i... 1.. 1. r
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condition occurred is a waiver of the right and homesteaders may from
this date lulfill the requirements of their temiure as under a new lease.
ine texr. 01 tue opinion jno. 100 in lull, is as follows:
Honolulu, June 28, 1905.
Hon. James W. Pratt, Commissioner of Pubik Lauds:
Dear Sir In answer to your request for an opinion as to the interpre
tation of Sections 61, 62 and 64 of the Land Act, where a tenant has
not complied with the terms of subdivision 2 of Section 61 as to resi
dence, but has later taken up his home upon the premises and lived
there continuously, I would reply as follows:
We call your attention to opinions Nos. 152 and 155 of this office for
the year 1904, giving in general the law applicable to these subjects.
Upon further consideration of the sections of the Land Act referred to
above, I have come to the conclusion that Section 64 provided for a dif
ferent class of cases from those set forth in Sections 61 and 62.
Section 61 is mandatory. It provides certain conditions which must
be substantially fulfilled. Especially relating to rental in advance,
maintenance of a home, cultivation of twenty-five acres, and tion-assign-ment
Section 62 provides that the violation of any of the conditions shall be
sufficient cause for the Laud Commissioner, with the approval of the
Governor, to take possession of the premises. The section gives him au
option whether or not to declare a forfeiture. If he docs not declare
such forfeiture and the tenant fulfills the provisions of Section 64, towit,
"reduces to cultivation twenty-five per cent, of said premises, and resides
for two years thereon," and substantially performs all the other condi
tions of Section 62, the Commissioner, not having declared a forfeiture
in the meantime, is estopped, and the tenant is entitled to his land title.
Nothing, however, iu this opinion should be construed as interfering
with the absolute right of the Land Commissioner, with the approval of
the Governor, at any time after the breach of any condition contained in
a lease or grant, and set forth in Section 61, to declare a forfeiture up to
the time when the conditions in Section 64 have been absolutely fulfilled.
I have the honor to be, yours respectfully,
(Signed) LORRIN ANDREWS, Attorney-General.
This decisiou affects practically every homesteader under the right of
nurchase nlan. nenrlv everv mm nf wlmm In n.m nri!oi. .1
have neglected to perform the conditions of their leases. Because of
iuc- liiuurc 01 lormer aununisirations to declare void these leaseholds,
the denartment has decided in n'wc n nimnm tr i,nmnc.,An.i.. ...1
patents are pending or who attend to apply for pateuts, to fulfill the con-
(litiflim. rtv re;i(lenre a mnint nntunl on, I -...ii....n1 .:., r i
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tenance of a home is considered to be the place where a man's family
resides. The nnintenauce of a hoifte merely i not regarded as a home.
The decisiou it based upon decisions of the United States Land Office
at Washington, D. C. The squatters at Pahoa village and along the
Kallmann road will be (riven nil nnnnrtnnitv In loner, n.n!.. 1.1,i:..., 1
a general lease under the law which permits aliens to hold real estate in
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iui. iciiiiuiv, 11, uuc-j survey anu a reasounoie length ot time, they
fail to do so, they will be evicted with the privilege of removing their
Recommend Economy in County Government.
The Finance Committee of the Board of Supervisors, consisting of
Supervisors 0. T. Shipman, D. K. Makuakanc and S. L. Desha, have
submitted an estimate of receipts and expenditures for the six months
ending December 31, 1905, which is as follows:
The records of the Tax Office for the Island of Hawaii (now compris
ig the County of Hawaii) for the like period from July 1 to Decembei
31, 1904, show as follows
South Hilo- $101,587.9.1
North Hilo i2!802.20
South Kona 5,420.12
North Kona 8,721.81
South Kohala S, 506 98
North Kohala 18.326.s4
T1"1 $268,069.93 $7,271.00 $260,798.93
Net taxes to be divided $260,798.93
Fifty percent, to Hawaii County 130,309.46
Total amount to be paid to Hnwoii County between July 1, 1905,
and December 31, 1905 70,309.46
Payments to be made to the County of Hawaii at the end of each
month, being ten per cent, of $70,309.46, or $7,039.94, total
to December 31, 1905 ;..; 42,239.44
Balance to be settled between January 1 and 15, 1906 28,160.02
Your committee further finds that the monthly salaries of the several
officers of the county, as fixed by statute, are as follows:
Seven Supervisors 4 ,cnnn
sheriff :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :
T ,,. 100.00
Treasurer ,66 66
Deputy Sheriff South Hilo ,,-'00
Deputy Sheriff North Hilo 600),
Deputy Sheriff Puna
Deputy Sheriff Kau "" g-
Deputy Sheriff South Kona Rooq
Deputy Sheriff North Kona Ho nl
Deputy Sheriff South Kohala 6000
Deputy Sheriff North Kohala g00o
Deputy Sheriff Hantakua ) go'oo
Estimated expense of police monthly .!!.!..!!!.'.'.!!!"'.2,'o65!oo
Total monthly receipts i,o,o0,
Salaries aud police... SSZ"..".". '
Monthly balance nt the disposal of the County for nil other pur-
In view of the fact that after paying salaries and polico su h a small
balance remains for all other purposes, your committee recommends that
all public expenditures be confined to the smallest limit absolutely neces
sary to continue the public service efficiently; that no Road Supervisors
be appointed until such time as sufficient funds shall have accumulated
to justify such appointments; that in the mean time the County Super
visor for each district shall care for such property as may be turned over
by the former Road Board or Road Supervisor in his district; that each
member of the County Board be authorized to make any repairs on roads
m his district that may be absolutely necessary to keep them in passable
condition; that each member ascertain whether or not ther,e are any un
expended balances of road funds remaining in the hands of former road
officers in his district, and at each regular meeting of the County Board
make a report in writing of all such transactions in his district, and in
cluding such further information concerning his district as may be deemed
by him useful for the Board of Supervisors.
Your committee deemed it advisable to ascertain the rate of discount
aud other conditions, if any, required by the bank for cashing Territorial
warrants, and addressed a communication to the bank requesting such
information, and received the following reply:
ir m m . . IIil0' Hawaii, July 7, 1905.
Mr. O. 1 . Shipman, Chairman Finance Committee, Board of Super
visors, County of Hawaii:
Dear Sir In reply to your request regardine the furnishing of funds
to the county by discounting the warrants received from the Treasurer
of the Territory. This bank will discount the warrants on the same
basis as the Honolulu banks will do for the County of Oaliu. We have
written to Honolulu to find out the plan of the banks there and will
report to you later. Yours truly, C. A. STOBIE, Cashier.
Your committee finds it difficult to obtain any fuither exact data at
the present time.
Many Die from Heat.
New York, N.Y.July 12. Ten deaths from heat occured here today.
A.-H. Company Gets Isthmian Contract.
New York, July 14. The American-Hawaiian Steamship Company
has secured the contract for transport service between the Atlantic and
Pacific until the Isthmian road is completed, one year hence.
Pillagers Murder Officers.
Tiflis, July 4. A regiment of Russian sappers has murdered all of its
officers and it is rumored that the men have joined the revolutionists.
Stoessel Under Arrest.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 12. It is reported that General Stoessel
who surrendered Port Arthur, has been arrested as a result of the Porr
Triumph for Peace Advocates.
St. Petersburg. Russia. Tulv r.i TlmnmniMn,.,,. mr . -..,..
1 i p r.i 1 v. ' J n . i'i'"",i",i;i. ui m. ue wute as
chief of the Russian Peace Commissioners iu place of Ambassador Mura-
t-ii iu.iui:i:u u iriuiiipu ior uie party advocating a cessation of hos-
tionsiladClpllia' JUly I2Slx dealhs ,mvc res,llted from heat prostra
NeW York. TltlV . Thirteen dentlie frn, lw.of
yesterday. "" ns,K 1'"" "ere
New York, July is.-There were four deaths ami twenty-one prostra.
tions from beat yesterday, J ' v
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