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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1905.
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I'UHMSHHl) HVHKY TUHSIIAY
Oki-ick, Kino Sikkut, IIilo, Hawaii
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To Whom it May Concern.
The undersigned has, this day, been
nppointed and has qualified as Adminis
trator of the Kstnlc of Joao M. Jardlnc,
deceased. All persons having any ac
counts against the said Estate are hereby
notified that they must present the same
together with satisfactory vouchers within
six mouths from the date hereof; other
wise they will be barred.
(Signed) EVANGELINO DA SILVA,
(Signed) Cakl S. Smith,
Attorney for Administrator.
Illlo, 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 BERNADO
DB CAMARA, Sr , deceased.
Notice fs hereby given that the under
signed has been nppointed Administrator
of the Estate of Beruado de Camara, Sr.,
deceased, and that all persons having
claims against said estate, whether se
cured or otherwise, arc hereby notified to
present the same to the undersigned at
office of Ridgway &Rldgwny, Hilo, 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 m: CAMARA,
IIilo, July 3, 1905.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Estate. 36-4
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Prouatk At Chambkrs.
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
property 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, nud consists ol the fol
lowing described pieces and parcels of
1. Laud contained in Grant 3142 to J.
P. Parker in Kaaoiki, Hnmakua; area 125
3. The laud in Paaulmu, Wcha, Ma
kakuolo, Kcahua, and Kulopa, 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 land before
described; area 745.1 acres.
4. One-half interest in the Kalopa
Crown Land held under lease known as
Geudral Lease 101, on file in Public
Lands Office, expiring July 1st, 1916;
area 1005.6 acres.
5. The land 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 aud the
proceeds thereof should be Invested In
home productive stock or other invest
ment. It is hereby ordered that the heirs aud
next of kin of said ward and all persons
interested in the said estate appear before
this Court on Saturday, the 12th skiy of
August, A. D. 1905, nt 10 o'clock a. in.,
at the Courtroom of this Court In South
IIilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii,
and then and there show cause why an
order should not be granted for the sale
of said estate.
And it is further ordered that a notice
of this order be published for nt least
three consecutive weeks before the said
day of hearing, in the IIilo Tribune, a
newspaper published in Hilo, and the
Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 11 news
paper published in Honolulu, the last
publication to be not less than ten days
previous to the time therein appointed
for said hearing.
Done at South Hilo, Island aud Terri
tory of Hawaii, July 1st, 1905.
(Signed) CHAS. F. PARSONS,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth
(Signed) A. S. Li'.BARON GURNEY,
Caki. S. Smith,
Attorney for Petitioner.
July 4, 11, 18, 25, August 1.
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
(By Wireless to Thk TRinuNB.)
San Diego, Cat., July 21. A boiier explosion occurred on the gunboat
Bennington, Lucicn Young, commander. Twenty-seven were killed and
over sixty injured.
San Diego, Cal., July 21. One hundred and fifteen casualties are the
rjsult of the Bennington disaster. Commander Young is safe, and Lieu
tenant Perry va! killed.
San Diego, July 25. Latest figures of casualties resulting from boiler
explosion on gunboat Bennington: Dead, 59,' wounded, 50, and mis
Death of Wm. P. Lewis.
Honolulu, July 24. William P. Lewis of Lewis Bros., grocers, died
of paresis on Saturday at the Alexander Young Hotel. The remains
will be sent to the Coast.
San Francisco, Cal., July 24.-96 Test Centrifugals, 3.99; per
ton, $79.80. 88 analysis beets, 10s 7d; per ton, $85.80.
Roosevelt and Carter.
Oyster Bay, July 18. President Roosevelt and his three sons have
started on a brief camping trip.
Oyster Bay, July 24. Governor Carter expected to lunch at Sagamore
with the President today.
The Czar Consults Kaiser.
St. Petersburg, July 24. Nicholas II. sailed on his yacht for a con
ference with the German emperor, who is cruising on the "Hohenzol
lern" in Finnish waters.
Midway Island, July 21. The cam, of the United States marines has
been destroyed by a terrific hurricane that swept the cable island. Much
damage was done, but no lives were lost. The chances are that the S. S.
Manchuria, with the Taft party aboard, was in the storm.
China Claims Manchuria.
Washington, July 21. China has notified the Powers thatskc will not
recognize the disposition of Manchuria unless she is consulted.
Chinese Boycott. Has Begun.
Shanghai, China, July 20. The Chinese here begin their boycott of
American goods tomorrow. It is doubted that the boycott will be main
tained. Seattle Welcomes Japanese Peace Commissioner.
Seattle, Wash., July 20. Peace Commissioner Baron Komura arrived
here today. He was very cordially welcomed.
Root is Secretary of State.
Washington, D. C, July 19. Elihu Root, formerly Secretary of War,
was today sworn in as Secretary of State to succeed John Hay.
Land Fraud Men Narrowly Escaped.
Portland, Ore., July 20. The jury disagreed in the land fraud case
of Congressman Williamson, Dr. Vangesner and United States Commis
sioner Biggs. The judge discharged the jury, after being satisfied that
it could not agree. These cases are in the same general class as that
under which United States Senator Mitchell was convicted.
Would Depose Czar.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 18.
the effect that a large party with
deposition of the Emperor and the
infant son under four Grand Dukes.
To Take Vladivostok.
London, July 18. It is reported that the Japanese have landed north
of Vladivostok and that the investment of the city is imminent.
De Witte Outlines Policy.
Washington, D. C, July 17. Minister De Witte, the head of the
Russian peace commission, will sail from Cherbourg, France, on July 26,
for America, to meet the Japanese peace plenipotentiaries.
St, Petersburg, July 18. In an interview with the Associated Press,
M. De Witte, chief of the Russian Peace Commission, said that personal
ly he was in favor of peace, but he denied that he would consent to peace
at any price. He said that he feared the terms offered by Japan would
be such that the commissioners of the two countries would up unable to
come to an agreement.
M. De Witte said that he had received express instructions from the
Emperor, who favors peace, and the ultimate decision would remain in
his hands. The Czar would have the last word.
The Envoy claims that Russia is not yet crushed, and denies that the
Muscovite empire is on the verge of dissolution.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 18. M. de Witte held his final interview
with the Emperor today. Count LamsdorfT was present, showing that
harmony exists on the national program.
St. Petersburg, July 15. The salaries of the peace plenipotentiaries
have been fixed at $200 per day besides $7,500 for expenses.
St. Petersburg, July 17. M. De Witte's instruction as Peace Pleni
potentiary are very detailed, covering twenty pages.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 21. The Russian army does not share
in the peace desires of the government.
Portland, Ore., July 16. Senator Mitchell has been denied a retrial.
Chicago, 111., July 21.--The great teamsters' strike has been called off.
Moscow, Russia, July 20. The Zemstvo Congress has completed its
preliminary work and is discussing the proposed constitution.
Honolulu, July 24. A case of smallpox was discovered on the Sierra
on its last trip to San Francisco. All the passengers were ordered vaccinated,
ON U. S.
A sensational rurior is current to
headquarters at Moscow favors the
establishment of a regency with the
Chicago, July 18. Four deaths and fifty prostrations from heat are
New York, July 16. -There were twenty-two deaths from the heat
New York, July 18. There arc numerous deaths from heat reported
in the eastern and middle sections of the country.
New York, July 19. There were 76 deaths from heat and 167 pros
trationshere yesterday. The Ambulance service breaking down under
the strain, patrol wagons were impressed. The hospitals are filled to
WnshillCtOn. D. C. TtllV IO. TllO lint Stipll jlirnttrrllrttlr llm Kncfnrn
cities continues. Many deaths and
New York, N. Y., July 20. The
severe. There were 21 deaths today
More Russians Mutiny.
Lodz, July 16, In a riot ljerc Cossacks killed three persons and
Lodz, July 17. Part of the Ekatcrnherg regiment mutinied here and
killed the officers. The citizens are now compelled to contribute $1,500
daily for the support of the troops.
Odessa, July 15. The landed proprietors are fearing an outbreak of
riots, arson and murder. With a view to pacifying the peasants, the
land owners are granting them one-third of their crops and stock.
Tokio, Tanan. Tulv 17. The Russians linve Ikvmi fii'uinilmvl fmm n,r.
line, Saghalien. Eighty prisoners,
tion in warehouses were captured. The Japanese loss was 70 aud the
London, July 18. The Japanese have practically completed the occu
pation of the island of Saghalien aud are organizing the government.
Godzyanani, Manchuria, July 19. The Russian General RattanofT
says that the Japanese forces are unable to advance further.
St. Petersburg, Russia, July 18. A call for 475,246 men for military
service has been issued.
Russian Warships Floated.
Tokio, Japan, July 17. It is fully expected that the Russian warships
Pallada, Pobeida and Poltava, which were sunk at Port Arthur, will soon
be refloated by the Japanese and added to the Japanese fleet.
The Russian battleship Peresviet was refloated June 29th. The Peres
viet is a sister ship of the Oslabiya, an ironclad of 12,674 tons and 19
knots, launched in 1898. In her vicinity the Pobeida, also a sister ship,
is lying. The steamer Sungari, which was sunk at Chemulpo simulta
neously with the Variag and Korietz, was supposed to have been injured
beyond all hope of salvation. She was successfully raised, however, and
taken to Nagasaki, and, her repairs having now been completed, she has
been added to the Japanese transport service under the name of Matsuye
Maru. Kobe Herald.
If Japan saves the Pallada, Pobieda and Poltava, in addition to the
Bayan, her naval captures from Russia alone will make a stronger war
marine than Japan had when she fought the sea battle of the Yalu in
The Tug of War.
The Road Board boys pulled the boys of Company "D" last Saturday
night, on two occasions. The latter were pick up teams, but they held
the Road Board boys down on the first pull for 35 minutes. Olaa and
the Waiakea Japs will pull next Saturday evening. Interest is being
taken in the contests by the citizens, a large crowd being in attendance
on Saturday evening.
Ah Hip Wins Second Trial.
Judge Matthewman having set aside last week the verdict of the jury
in favor of the defendant in the case of the Puna Sugar Co. vs. Ah Hip,
Ah Kana and Ah Sun, the matter was submitted to a second juiy on
Friday evening, with the result of a verdict in favor of the defendants.
The suit was for $956, which it was claimed had been overpaid the de
fendants by reason of an error in bookkeeping.
Kilauea More Active Than Ever.
On Sunday night more fire and lava and general activity was noticed
in Ilalemaumau than at any time during the eruption this year. A large
cone has formed in the center and lava and boulders were thrown a
hundred feet into the air. The roar and pyrotechnic display is awe-inspiring.
The bright glow is very distinct from the Volcano House ver
anda. If the present activity continues in its present intensity Hale-
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1892 and 1893.
Fernandes & Co. in Receiver's Hands.
Jose G. Serrao filed a bill in Equity in the Fourth Circuit Court ask
ing that the partnership heretofore existing between himself and Wm
Fernandes, be dissolved. In his petition he shows that the assets of the
business amount to $16,141.72 and the liabilities to $23,508.98, and that
for the past year the business has been running at a loss. Wm. Fer
nandes, the defendant, accepted service and raised no objection to the
dissolution. Aug. Ilumburg was appointed receiver under 5000 boud
on last Saturday.
Ho! For August 12th.
Ihe Hawaii Jockey Club are planing quitenn extensive meet for Sat
urday, the 1 2th day of August, Flag Raising Day. The events are to
be pulled off in the afternoon at 2:00 o'clock p. m. There wili be an
other test between the ball twirlers of Papaaloa and IIilo. and the former
claim that they are going to give the latter a run for their money. They
have been practicing since the 4th of July and their team work is much
better than on that occasion. The IIilo boys will hold their own on the
diamond. A good game of baseball is assured. There will be n Vi
Mile match race between Phillip and St. Yuses. Admiral Dewey and
Ned McGowan may trot a three heat mile, and there may be other en
tries HI this race. A I.tmn lnrv will nlwr l. r.... r.i. ...
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be made up it material in the form of
nrostrntions are rennrted dnilv.
heat is moderating, but is still
as a result of the heat.
of the War.
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horse flesh is offered.