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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1905.
IMJIILI8IIHI1 UVHKY TUUSDAY
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Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters
nnd Notary rubllc lu OITice.
Office: Skvkuanck Huilding,
Opposite Cour House. HILO, HAWAII
J. CA.STI.tt RIDGWAY TitOS. C. RlDGWAY
Ridgway & Eidgway
t-olldtors of 1'atents Oenerol Law Practice
Notary Public in Office.
OPFICK: Walanueiiue and midge Streets
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Waianuenuc St. Hilo. Hawoii
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIIiUNE BUILDING
KEAIi ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenuc Street, Hilo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' HUILDING
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.
Collector of Rents (or Wninkea Mill Co.
General Collecting Solirited
aud Returns Promptly Made.
Office with Theo. II . Davies & Co., Ltd,
Waiauuenue and Ilridge Sis. Hilo,
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Ilusiness Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian mid
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, II. I.
Transact a General Hanking and Ex.
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit issued, availuble in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to 111 by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
I1Y DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally aud
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks,. A (luiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At CiiAMnitRS In Prouatk.
In the tuatter of the Estate of Wm. C.
COOK, of Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
Petition having been filed by Elmer E.
Richards, praying that Letters Testamen.
tnry be issued to him upon the estate of
Notice is hereby uiven that Tuesday,
the 39th day of August, 1905, at to o'clock
h. ui., be and the same is hereby ap
pointed the time of hearing suid petition
lu the Courtroom of this Court in South
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place
all persons Interested may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of uHI petition suouid not be
llllo, Hawaii, July 29, 1905.
lly the Court:
A.S. LitBARON OURNEY, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 40-3
In the Circuit Court ol the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Havaii.
at CiiAMiiims In Pkodatk.
In the matter of the Guardianship of
HENRY OHUMUKINI, a minor.
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS AND DISCHARGE
AND APPOINTMENT OF GUAR.
The Guardian of the above entitled
matter having filed his petition, wherein
he asks that his accounts be examined
aud approved, that he be discharged as
such Guardian and that a suitable person
be appointed to succeed him.
It is ordered that Tuesday, the 5th day
of September, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock
a. 111,, is the time set for hearing said pe
tition in the Courtroom of the Fourth
Circuit Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, nt
which time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show came, if
any tiiey nave, wuy tne prayer 01 me pe
titioner should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 31st, 1905.
lly the Court:
A. S. LHI1ARON GURNEV, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputv Cleik.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 40 4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of theFourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of NOMURA
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Nomura Kauoklchi,
deceased, aud that all persons having
claims against said estate, whether se
cured or otherwise, are hereby notified to
present the same to the undersigned at the
office of Ridgwuy & Ridgway, Hilo, Ha
waii. T. II., duly verified and with proper
vouchers, If any, within six months from
the date of this notice, otheiwise said
claims will be forever barred.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
Hilo, July 25, 1905.
Ridgway & Ridgway,
Attorneys for Estate. 40-4
To Whom it May Concern.
The undersigned has, this day, been
appointed ami has qualified as Adminis
trator of the Estate of Kawai Kuikahi,
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;
otherwise they will be barred.
(Signed) KINI KUIKAHI,
(Signed) Carl S. Smith,
(Signed) Chas. Williams,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 18, 1905. 39-4
All persons are hereby notified that the
Ilaumkua Soda Works Company, Ltd.,
has this day closed its business ami dis
solved. All bills against the said com
pany must be presented to the under
bigued within thirty days from the date
A. 11. LINDSAY,
Ilntiokan, Hawaii, July 28, 1905, 404
Flower mid Vegetable
The Cox Seed Company of San Fran
cisco nave appointed the undersigned as
their local agent. Orders for seeds,
bulbs aud plants bollcitcd. Catalogues
mid prices furnished on request.
KOIIF.RT INNES LILLIE,
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiukk. Subscrip
tion $..50 per year.
CITIZEN LABOR LAW
(lly Wirclrss to The Triiiunk.)
Honolulu, August 7. United Stales Attorney Breckons has filed nil
opinion, declaring the citizen labor law null and void. He claims it
violates the Constitution of the United States.
The statute referred to is the so-called "Eight Hour and Citizen Labor
Law", enacted by the Legislature in 1903, and provides as follows:
"Sec. 121. No person shall be employed as a mechanic or laborer
upon any public work carried on by this Territory, or by any political
subdivision thereof, whether the work is done by contract or otherwise,
unless such person is a citizen of the United States or eligible to become
a citizen; provided, however, that in the event that unskilled citizen
labor, or unskilled labor eligible to become citizen labor, cannot be ob
tained to do the required work, the superintendent of public woiks, or
the county board of control, or the mayor, or orher chief executive of
any municipality, respectively, shall have the power to issue permits to
employ other tnan citizen, or eligible to become citizen, unskilled labor
vntil such citizen, or eligible to become citizen, unskilled labor can be
The remainder of the law provides that eight hours shall constitute a
day's work in the government service, whether the work is done by
contract or otherwise, and that in every contract in which the Territory
or the government is a party there shall be n stipulation that no aliens
shall be employed, making tiie penalty for n violation of the statute by
any contractor n fine of not less than $10 and not more than $100 for
Latest Sugar Quotations.
Honolulu, Aug. 7.-96 Test Centrifugals, 4.0625.; per ton, $81.25.
88 Analysis Beets, 10s. d; per ton, $82.40.
Japanese Mobilizing Troops.
Lidiaputo, August 7. The Japanese have concentrated four hundred
thousand infantry and 1600 cannon
Leak Discovered in
Honolulu, Auir. 7. The American
hundred miles from Honolulu, sprung a leak in her port bow and re
turned after five days absence.
Welcome Given to Taft Party.
Manila, P. I., August 7. A spectacular parade has been held in honor
of Secretary Taft and party. Miss Roosevelt was presented with a gold
plate at a public reception, at which the staff of the Russian war vessels
under Admiral Enquest attended.
Progress Of YellGvV Fever.
New Orleans, August 2. High temperature here is causing an in
creased death rate, There were five deaths yesterday.
Montgomery,' August 2. Yellow fever has appeared in this city.
New Orleatis, La., Aug. 2. The yellow fever is increasing- There
were eight deaths today, making a total of deaths 74 during the present
epidemic of the disease.
New Orleans, La., August 3. The yellow fever continues. There
were three deaths today and seven new cases.
Jackson, August 4. Governor Vardaraan has ordered out additional
troops to guard the borders of the Mississippi against the yellow fever.
New Orleans, August 4. Fifty-four new cases of yellow fever have
been reported. The total number of deaths to date is eighty-four.
New Orleans, La., August 4, The yellow fever record today is four
deaths with 20 new cases. The quarantine is causing great suffering in
the outside districts.
New Orleans, August 7. Twenty-eight new cases of yellow fever aud
eight deaths occurred yesterday. Federal authorities will take control.
Sugar Speculation Causes Ruin.
Paris, Aug. 3. There are further serious sugar failures following a
period of gigantic speculation. The market is disorganized and a syndi
cate of brokers have requested the government to intervene to prevent
the extension of the crisis.
Norway and Sweden.
Copenhagen, Denmark, Aug. 2. Kaiser Wilhelm says that if Prince
Charles of Denmark is not made king of Norway, Norway will become
Stockholm, Sweden, Aug. 5. A coalition ministry lias been formed.
Copenhagen, Aug. 4. Crown Prince Gustave of Sweden has arrived
here to confer with King Christian on the question of the Norwegian
Good Day's Sport Promised.
The program for next Saturday's races at Hooltilu Park has been
completed and from the preliminary arrangements a good day's sport
has been outlined. Saturday is a half holiday, being Flag Raising Day,
all the principal business houses having agreed to close at noon. The
Papaaloa and Hilo baseball teams will cross bats again, when it is ex
pected the visitors will retrieve the game lost on July 4th. The polo
match is under the direction of Dr. Archer Irwin. The list of events
begins promptly at 2 o'clock. Admission 50 cents.
The Luna's race, the Japanese race and the mule will be amusing as
well as exciting attractions. The match harness race between Ned Mc
Gowan and Admiral Dewey will prove an interesting event. If this
day's racing proves a successful nffair, the Hawaii Jockey Club will be
encouraged to maintain a series of races of this kind.
Registered at Volcano House.
The following guests were registered at the Volcano House for the
week ending Monday, August 7U1; Miss Hopper, Miss Catherine Hop
per, Mrs. E. G. Dunker, Miss May Eraser, A. Hopper, E. R. Hawkins,
R. B. Anderson, Prof. W. II. Pickering, Mrs. Pickering, Miss Picker
ing, W. T. Pickering, Mrs. E. Butts, Miss Russcl, Miss Clnrk, Miss
Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. Wolle, Miss Wolle, Dr. and Mrs. O. E. Wall,
Frank Medcalf, wife and child, Sam Walker, A. J. Richardson, C. A.
Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Van Valkenberg, W. I. Castle,
111 tront ot tne Russian army.
schooner Marston, when three
DeWitte Visited Roosevelt.
Oyster Bay, August 4. Russian
President Roosevelt today.
Tokio, Aug. 3. Emigration companies here protest against sending
laborers to Panama as the financial arrangements are not satisfactory
aud the place is tiiisauity.
Russians Keep Up Spirits.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 2. General Liuevitch has telegraphed a denial
of the report that he is surrounded, lie declares that the army has
never been in n dangerous position and that the Jnpjnesc attempts to
turn the flanks have utterly failed. He. reports that the morale of the
army is excellent.
Tokio, Aug. 4. The bulk of the Russian garrison in Saghalien Island
surrendered on July 31.
Tokio, Aug. 3, Two Russian torpedo boat destroyers today fired
sixty shots at the merchant steamer Kaislio, killing the captain of the
ship and one boy aud wounding two members of the crew. The de
stroyers then steamed toward Vladivostok.
Tokio, Aug. 4. It is reported that the advance guards of the hostile
forces south of the Tumen river are within rifle range. An early conflict
is regarded ns inevitable.
Kinau Departures, August 4th.
Mrs. A. Horner aud child, Miss Neilson, F. L. Winter, A. Hanne
berg, J. H. Portcous, E. K. Hawkins, A. M. Atkins, Norman Macken
zie, E. M. Brown, F. L. Johnson, Miss 11. Johnson, Miss Fox, Mrs. II.
Johnson, Miss Waterman, F. M. Uechtel, Loo Joo, Mrs. C. B. Gray and
child, Robert Hind, Victor Hurd, Y. Ilamada, Father James BisscI, S.
Deacon, Mrs. E. M Aufbcyer, Mrs. E. G. Dunker, Mrs. S. J. Lunt,
Miss R. Grant, Miss Emma Lyons, Mrs. A. G. Curtis, Mrs. A. K.
Lewis, Miss Irene Boyd, Master Harry Lewis, Mis. St. Clair Bidgood,
T. J. Hollenbeck, Thos. C. Ridgway, Sim Peck, L. A. Thurston, Ru
dolph Spreckels, Mrs. G. II. Gere, Mrs. S. C. Ridgway, Mrs. Vv. H.
Shipman, Miss Carrie Shipman, Miss Florence Shipman, Miss Margaret
Shipman, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. McLean, W. G. Walker, Dr. Alfred E.
Wall, Fred C. Smith.
Rainbow Falls Park Secured.
While in Honolulu Dr. J. Holland, who is a member of the Pnrk Com
mission, secured from the Hawaii Mill Company a lease of the property
surrounding Rainbow Falls and which is desired "for park purposes.
The tract covers 3.8 acres and there has been continued delay in closing
negotiations, because of the refusal of the Superintendent of Public
Works to assume the responsibility of the care of the proposed park.
The matter was brought before the Board of Supervisors by Dr. Hol
land, a lease of the land from the the Hawaii Mill Co. being presented
for their consideration. The Committee on Internal Improvements re
ported favorably on the subject, and just before adjournment the Board
authorized the Chairman and Clerk to execute the lease on behalf of the
County. The annual rental is $4.50 per ncre or $13 30 a year and the
lease runs for sixteen years or the balance of the term of the Hawaii
Mill Co. under their lease from John T. Baker. Mr. Baker demands
$200 to release his reversion of the laud, but before that time arrives, it
is expected that the legislature will set aside the land for park purposes,
Hilo Hospital Will Be Reopened.
The Board of Trustees have determined to reopen the Hilo Hospita'
and have close a contract with Dr. John Holland for a term of two
years, whereby Dr. Holland is to maintain a hospital staff, consisting ci"
two nurses, an assistant, and pay all running expenses of the hospital.
He is to place at the disposal of the Territory five beds for indigent
patients, giving medical attennauce and proper nursing. For this .set
vice. Dr. Holland will receive from the Trustees the monthly sum of
$250 from the amount appropriated by the last legislature. The arrange
ments arc identical with the terms of the agreement just ended on June
30, 1905, with Drs. Grace and Irwin, which the latter phjsiciaus did not
find satisfactory or profitable to themselves. Dr. Holland said, to n
Tkihunk representative: "Yes, I have undertaken to keep the hospital
open, even though it may prove a financial loss to myself. I think the
hospital should be open for the care of patients at all times, and, during
my administration, equal privileges will be extended to other physicians
to keep inmates at the hospital subject to their personal treatment." Dr.
Holland's head nurse, Miss La Voy, who has had long experience in
hospital cases, is expected on tomorrow's steamer from Honolulu.
The Wall-Peck Nuptials.
Amid n bower of roses and greenery last Thursday evening at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Peck, their daughter Einelie was united
in marriage to Dr. Orinoud Wall of Honolulu. The ceremony was the
impressive but simple Episcopal service, performed by the Rev. W. C.
Stewart, the bridal couple standing in the beautiful lauai of "Wehiku
laui," the sumptuous home of the bride's father and mother. Mrs. E.
D. Baldwin rendered the wedding march from "Lohengrin" ns the bride
came into the room promptly at 8:30 o'clock on the arm of her father.
She wore a Parisian effect in white chiffon, with flowing bridal veil.
The only ornament worn by the bride was her mother's bridal ring.
Mrs. J. E. Metcalfe presided a.s matron of honor, and Dr. Alfred C.
Wall attended the groom as best man. Mrs. Peck, who ha I be .mi con
fined to her room for several days previous, was wheeled near the bridal
group and witnessed the ceremony. After the groom had bestowed the
wedding ring and embraced his wife, Mrs. Peck received the first kiss
from the bride, after which the couple were the recipients of a profusion
of felicitations from those assembled.
Following the wedding, an elaborate supper was served in the spacious
dining hall. As the occasion was the thirty-sixth anniversary of the
wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Peck, especial interest was given to the happy
event. At 10:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Wall departed on a special train
for Olaa and the Volcano House. They will reside on Wilder avenue,
Among the guests present were: Sam Peck, Dr. A. C. Wall and Fred
1,-. amiui, iioiioiiiiu; lur. ami iurs. ueo. Koss, llakalau; Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Metcalfe, Papaikou; Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Moir, Onnnicn; Mr. and
Mrs. C. A. Stobie, Mr. and Mrs. Win. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. E. D.
Baldwin, Judge aud Mrs. G. W. A. Ilnpai, Mrs. Jules Richardson, Mrs!
W. II. Shipman, Misses Mary Shipman, Ivy Richardson, Ruth Rich
ardson, Lilinoe Hapai, Louisa Ilnpai; Messrs. G. N. Day, Geo. Ilnpai
Dr. C. L. Stow, Dr. Archer Irwin, Dr. II. B. Elliot, pr. J. J. Grace and
W. S, Wise,
Peace Commissioner Ue Witte visited
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