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TUESDAY, - AUGUST 22, 1905
Euteiid at the Postofficc nt Ililo, Ha
wail, nR second-class matter
PUlll.lSlir.l) KVKRY TtlKSIMY.
J. Casti.m KinoWAY - Kditor
I). W. Maksh - Business Manager.
Now that Governor Carter's
crib bus been discovered by an
enterprising newspaper correspond
ent, it is up to somebody to find a
lock of bis bair. This is a task for
lirughclli, when next he goes out
A VALUAIMiK UOWtilt.
Undkk the brief period during
which Road Supervisor I.ytnan has
been in charge of the road work,
there has been an appreciable im
provement in localities heretofore
The following editorial taken
from the "The Trader," an adver
tising journal which has just ap
peared, published by II. Vicars at
Ililo, has the right ring:
T!ip Hoard of Trade of Ililo is Hack Ymds the Subject of Siiiiltnry
showitie some indication of sharing Inspector's Search.
the fate predicted by the man on Inspector Bowman has started In on
the street. The interest of .sonm of ' or " 1 " Jc"
the members is lagging, meetings
arc not so well attended, and the
enthusiasm developed at the incep
tion is ebbing.
"Let us check this undesirable
trait of ours, and in connection with
the Hoard of Trade, let us make it
an exception to the majority of Ililo
institutions. The Hoard has done
an immense amount of good for the
district, and there is lots of work
ahead of us. Let us renew our en
thusiasm and persistently endeavor
to transform ourselves itito a body
of hustling citizens, intent on tak
ing a keener interest in the prob
lems and work before us. Let us
approach the work with the feeling
that the motives of our associates
are honestly directed to our general
welfare; add a little vigor to our
own portion of the work; banish
our personal whims, and we will
thus increase our usefulness to the
Little can be accomplished if
every member suspects his neighbor
of putting up a job on the com
munity and endeavors to employ
the instrumentality of the Board to
counteract it. The organization is
a public organization and as such
should seek only to carry out the
worthy objects for which it was
founded, viz: To promote the gen
eral welfare of Hilo and districts
adjacent thereto, and especially to
secure consideration of questions
regarding public matters and im
provements. Thus will it become
a strong civic organization and
make its power felt as a representa
tive body of our citizens in all mat
ters pertaining to the upbuilding of
Instead of teaching the office
holder of the dangers of corrupt use
of his office, time and experience
appears only to add to the list of
official pilferers. Dishonesty in
office has never paid, even though
for a time a corrupt ring of office
holders has seemed to flourish.
The example made of every offender
of the law and morals in violating
a public trust is not without its les
sons. Public officials arc public
servants, and in assuming the duties
of office he has undertaken to faith
fully and conscientiously carry out
the trust imposed on him. The
satisfaction of services well per
formed and the salary attached
should be his reward. He who as
pires to office as a quick and sure
way of wealth will discover too soon
that dishonesty in official life is a
short route to disgrace and the jail.
Last week willi his assistant inspector
Caccras, n systematic house to house in
soectiou was inaugurated. A treatment
of kerosene was first given to cesspools
through the medium of house drains, lor
olten the eggs of the mosquito from
closet tanks are flushed down into the
cesspool, where they hatch out, later to
find exit through the vent pipes, For this
purpose keeosine is found to more effec
tive and convenient than crude oil.
Crude oil is cheaper for application to
large areas desired to be treated with oil.
It is more lasting but is more difficult to
handle. By the last steamer, Mr. Bowman
received it high pressure pump from the
Board of Health to be used for spraying
the oil, and which he will rake with him
on his tours of investigation. The Ship
per's Wharf Committee, realizing the
necessity of maintaining strict sanitary
conditions in Hilo, have placed at the
disposal of the health authorities all the
crude oil necessary for this work.
In the mosquito campaign which has
begun in an earnest, systematic manner,
the first step will be to look after cess
pools and vaults; 2d cleaning back yards;
3rd removal of standing pools; 4th clean-
inir congested nutters and eaves of
Inspector Bowman has begun a series
of experiments in the propogatton and
dcvelomneut of the various kinds of
mosquito common to these islands. He
has it number of glass jars containing
water over which is tightly stretched
inosouito netting. When it is desired to
test samples of water taken from a certain
locality or to examine the characteristics
of a certain variety of mosquito, these
glass containers are brought into requisi
tion. In one jar there was exhibited the
ordinary night mosquito in the various
stuges of development, from the freshly
laid egg to the full blown "skeeter." In
mother jar there were samples of the
day mosquito. The latter is distinguished
bv stripes on its legs and body and its
characteristic habit of getting in its
deadly tsork without the musical accom
paniment of singing, so common with
the night variety. The "yellow fever"
mosquito is known as the "town" species
and the most dangerous to the public
health of a community. It breeds almost
exclusively about residences and is
seldom found outside of city limits. The
eggs are almost invariably found in nrti
Ileal collections of clear water about
dwellings. This latter species is the
mosquito against which the authorities
arc giving their earnest attention, al
though all other varieties will come
within their war of destruction.
K. A. Mott-Smilh, the Commissioner
appointed by Judge Parsons to admeasure
the widow's dower in the Estate of
Onirics Notlcy has made a voluminous
report to the Court, which in substance
is as follows:
This admeasurement of dower is made
as of April nth, 1901, the dale of the
death of Charles Nolley.
Under Section 3271, It. L. 1905, Mole
K. Notlcy is entitled to one-third of nil
the real property of said husband,
Charles Nolley, owned by him at any
time during marriage, free and clear of
the debts of the decedent; and to one
third of all his moveable effects, etc.,
after the debts of the decedent have been
paid out of the personalty of his estate.
Before apportionment of the dower inter
est in the personalty the following items,
under order of this court, are also to be
deducted from the personalty of the
estate of the decedent: (a) The costs
and expenses of administration of said
estate, (b) The costs nnd expenses of
defending the will of the decedent in the
contest had upon the admission of said
will to probate.
Under order of this court the Kxecutors
of the will of the decedent have paid,
from time to time, sums to the widow on
account of her dower, said sums to be
charged against her dower interest in the
personalty of said estate.
It is further agreed between the parties
herein that the widow's dower interest in
the realty be not apportioned by metes
aud bounds, but that she have her 'A in-
'crest in the rents and Issues thereof sub-
ccj to her H share in the expenses
The total receipts for the period ex.
tending from April 12th, 1902, to June
20th, 1905, ns shown by said accounts,
are $105, 2S6.07.
The Kxecutors have advanced to Melc
K. N'otley, on account of her dower, be
tween April 12th, 1902, and June 20th, 1
1905, as per said accounts, the sum of
$24,500 to be deducted as aforesaid
from her dower interest in the personalty
of the estate of the decedent.
The cash on hand at the time of
Charles Notlcy, Sr.'s., death. April 12th,
1902, as per statement of the Kxecutors
is as follows:
In hands of Cecil Brown, Ksq...$ 1,698.95
Governor Curler's Urlli.
The correspondent of the Honolulu
Bulletin scuds the following interesting
item to his paper and which appeared
The crib which Gov. Geo. II. Carter
was cradled ill is in Hilo. Brughelll
wants to buy ll but it is not for sale.
When Geo. Carter's father was made
Hawaiian Minister to Washington Ihc
Carter funitiirc was sold at auction in
Honolulu, nnd L. S. Severance, who
lived near the Carter's nl the time, bought
the crib. Mr. Severance raised his
family in the crib and after he was
through with it John A. Scott fell heir to
it and his children were cradled to sleep
in it. At the present time W. T. Bald
lug's family nt Wuinakii are making good
use of it. When George becomes Presi
dent the price of this baby crib will go
Nothing That Will Take Its I'lucc.
We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera anil Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years for all bowel troubles,
aud it always fives the best of satisf.ic
tion. We never could find anything to
take Us place. 1). S. 1IOOTH, editor and
proprietor 01 tne i:cno, Alice, lexas, u.
i. A. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
f f. V j, A o
Part Jersey cow nt reasonable figure.
J. CASTLE KIDGWAY.
WltONIJ AMOUNT UK.VU.
Bank of Hawaii "M79-55
In hands of Theo. II. Davlcs &
In hands of Bishop & Co.,
House 011 School
cupied by 1'. Souza,
Street, recently oc-
R. A. LYMAN
or II. VICARS.
C. Ahaua & Co. has closed its business
and asks all creditors of the firm to pres
ent their bills within thirty days from
date. A 11 'persons owing the firm will be
please call and settle immediately.
C. AHANA & CO.
Hilo, Aug. 15, 1905. 42-4
aftor taking Ayer's
Sarsaparilla you begin
to feel its cleansing,
strengthening, and purifying
You fool that your doprcsslon Is
passing aw.tyj your brain clears up;
things look brighter; sleep Is refresh
ing; tho norves act bettur; and now
II to and vigor begin to take possession
of your whole system. Your diges
tion Improves; you got inoro bouoilt
from your food; your appotlto returns.
Your friends begin to uotlco a marked
change In your general appearance.
Tho old color eomus hack to tho lips;
tho eyes look brighter; tho stop be
coinos more elastic; aud every doso of
promotes tho return of good health.
Thoso who sutler from tho doblll
tatltig effects of a warm climate will
find iu Ayer's Sarsaparilla Just what
thoy need to bring back tho old foice,
vim, and energy.
There are many imitation
Be sure you got ".AYER'S."
Preparedly Dr. J. C.Acr4Co.,Lowll,MM.,U,S. A.
ATEB'S rH.r.8, the b..t f.mllj UiatlT. '
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Permanently Cures Daudrttff and
Renders the hair soft and glossy;
allays itching, and is cooling and
refreshing to the scalp. It is the
only specific that will positively
Directions: Rub into the scalp
twice n week with the ends of, the
fingers. When the desired results
arc obtained, use twice n month.
THE HILO DRUG CO.
2 Ltd., Solo Agonts
o HILO, - - HAWAII
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
After September 1st the house on Wai
auuenuc Street now occupied by Dr.
Hayes. Unfurnished or partly furnished.
Inquire of Dr. Hayes or of Rldgway &
Oversldit of Clerk Nearly Causes
Jllhi'iirrlnge of Justice.
There came near being a miscarriage of
justice on Wednesday last when Clerk
Gurney of the Fourth Circuit Court read
the verdict in the damage suit of Jacintho
Fernandez vs. Kvuu de Silva aud II. S.
Overend. After occupying a week's
time of the Court, the case w.ts submitted
to the jury on Tuesday last. The jurors
remained out all night nnd on Wednes
day morning brought in their verdict.
Clerk Gurney in reading the verdict
mistook the amount for f 2,500 damages
against each nf the defendants. When
Judge Parsons asked of the jury, "Is this
your verdict, gentlemen?," there was no
response for n few seconds, then it
voice from the rear from Juryman Barron
answered "no." When questioned by
the Court, he said, "It's too much." Ap
parently the jury wer not unanimous as
to the amount, despite the verdict which
had been read. Further explanations
were made, other jurors taking part in
the discussion, when closer inspection of
the document read by Clerk Gurney de
veloped the fact that he hnd mistaken
the f 25.00 for f 2,500. When tills error
was pointed out to the Court, the verdict
was read aloud n second time correctly
uud ordered to stand.
This makes the second trial of the
same ibsues involved. The first case was
a suit for f 10,000 damages brought by
Win. Fernandez, against the same de
fendants, in which the jury rendered n
verdict 01 $0,500 aguiu:i jvvuh uu anvu.
UNTIL the hanana planters The nominal damages allowed in the
organize, with inspection of fruit ' second case seems to indicate that the
hv a fullv accredited representative, Jl,ry
they cannot expect to cope with !
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IIIU llllll lllini mm liw i.uMiiui,j ...w
San Francisco market.
The widow is also entitled to Inter
est 011 all interest, dividends, realizations
of mortgages, cash, and sales of personal
property from the date the same were re
ceived by the Kxecutors 011 the property
hereinbefore apportioned to the widow to
the date of this apportionment June 20th,
1905, subject to the deductions herein
SUMMARY 01' ADMKASUKKMKNT TO
WIDOW SUllJl'.CT TO THK Ql'AMl'I
CATIONS ANU DUDUCTIONS IIKKHIN
1. One-third of the Laud of Kukaiau,
2. One-third of the Kuleana in Wnipio,
1. No interest in the Lease of upper
portion of Koholalele. .
2. Notes and mortgages $20,883. 33
3. Bonds Oahu Sugar
Co $8, 500.00
Less $5000 delivered
Aug. 24th, 1904 5,000.00 3,500.00
4. Bonds Oahu Railway & I.nml
5. 9 shares of Hamaktiu and S.
Kolmla Tel. &. Teleg. Co.. 225.00
6. 8 snares of the First National
Bank of Hawaii 1,000,00
7. 8 shares of the First Atn.Sv.
& Trust Co. of Hawaii 800.00
8. 500 shares of the Hauuikua
Mill Co 50,000.00
9. Sundry cash items (above)... 33,619.48
upon the news
Carter at Oyster Hay, when he
stated in response to an inquiry as
to who was to blame for his in
ability to get along in Iiawaii and
he replied "George K. Carter."
Harpers Weekly has the following
"This little interview very clearly
stamps him as a conceited ass,
capable only of a silly pose while
trying to be smart, and having little
or no appreciation of the real dig
nity and serious responsibilities of
The thoroughbred Jersey bull,
formerly owned by John McTag-
gart, will be permanently located at the
old Kilauea stables, near the Hawaii
Mill. For further particulars, apply to
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905
Passenger Traitis, Kxcept Sunday.
I take pleasure in announcing that a
a partnership has been formed between
Dr. Henry Hayes and myself to begin
September 1st, 1905. I must request that
all accounts due me be settled not later
than October 31st.
41.4 DR. MILTON RICK.
Thcniiiuial meeting of the stockholders
of the SKRRAO LIQUOR CO., LTD.,
will be held at Serrao's Hall, Bridge St.,
on the evening of Sept. nth, 1905, at 7
p. 111., for the election of officers uud for
the presentation of accounts. By order
Hilo, Aug. 21st, 1905. 43-3
"Dkath to Skeetcrs" is the
battle cry of Inspector Bowman
and the health authorities.
believed Fernandez and his wife
received sufficient satisfaction for their
wounded feelings iu huvingbeun arrested
by the police for adultry when the evi
dence hhowed they were married. The
two cases will be appeuled to the Supreme
Subscribe for the TiUUUNU. Subscrip
tion $2.50 per year,
(1) Amount advanced
011 account of dow.
er by Kxecutors as
per Kxhiblt " I".. J24, 500.40
(2) Interest thereon
6 per cent, from
date of payment to
June 20II1, 1905, as
per Kxhibil "I".... 2,135.40
S. S. Enterprise Arrives.
The S. S. Knterprise, Youugreii,
mabtcr, having in tow the converted oil
bark Santiago, arrived iu port Saturday
morning about daylight, ten days from
San Francisco. The Knterprise brought
four passengers, six bags of coast mail
and a cargo of gcnetal merchandise, The
passengers were Miss F.tta Loebenstelu,
Richard I. Mnld, Jack Guard ami Mrs.
J. O. Youngren. The steamer will leave
Thursday for Honolulu to load refined
sugar, and after returning to Hilo will
sail for Sail Francisco 011 Wednesday, Aug
The bark Santiago, which formerly
occupied tlie run between Hilo uud
Sail Francisco, has-been. dismantled uud
fitted up as an oil vessel. By reason of
her being schooner rigged, many persons
were deceived iu believing she had
suffered in a storm. The Sautiugo carries
11,000 barrels of oil consigned to Honolulu.
Call Tor Tenders.
3:30 ar... Ferudaic.ar
3:55 ar..Mount. vw..or
2:301V Ililo ar
2:36 ar.... Waiakea ...ar
3:02 ar Keaau ar
3:19 ar... Fcrudale ...ar
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run as follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kinau, runuiii!
through to Puna and slopping at I'uhoa
both going and returning.
A.M. FRIDAY: A.M.
6:00 lv Hilo ar 9:55
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar 9:50
6:06 ar.. .. Waiakea. ...ar 9:30
6:28 'ar.Olaa Mill...ar 9:10
6:58 ar..I'ahoa Junc.ar 8:42
lar I'ahoa arl 8:30
7:20 ar Puna lv! 7:35
a.m SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00 lv Hilo or 4:40
9:06 ar.... Waiakea... ar 4:35
9:25 jar.. .Olaa Mlll...ar 4:15
9:50 'ar..Pahoa June 347
10:20 ar Pahoa ar 3.35
10:55 !nr I'una lv jj:oo
Kxcursiou tickets between all points
Complete Stock of Finest Table
Wines, Beers, Whiskies, Gins,
Brandies and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Block, Shiptuau Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Beers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Bottled
lOc Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
Proposals will be received at the office
nftlu llminniii Sui'iir Co.. Ilotiomu. Ha
waii, until 12 o'clock noon of Monday, I ,ow rluc!"
Sept. 11, iqos, for moving the plantation
store nnd for the construction of a new
store building 011 the present store site nl
Plans uud specifications can be seen nt
the office of the Houomu Sugar Co., Ho
noiiiu, Iiawaii. Tlie Company reserves
the right to reject any or nil bids.
HONOMU SUGAR COMPANY.
Houomu, Hawaii, Aug. 18, 1905. 43-2
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until life following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
We deal iu only the best.
We deal in the finest lenses.
We deal in the best frames.
We deal fairly by all.
We deal with one the same as
We deal with you at the first so
that you will deal with us-to the
Factory on the premises.
A. N. SANFORD
BOSTON BUILDING, - HONOLULU
Over May & Cp,
Call at Tribune Office
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Lawe
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. PUCK President.
C. C. KKNNKDY Vlce-Pref.
JOHN T. MOIK-aud Vlce-Pre.
C. A. STOIIII! Cashier.
A. It. JACKSON Secretary.
Jolm Watt, John J. Grace,
1'. S. I.ymaH, II. V. I'atteu,
Win. I'lillnr. W. II. Blilpmau.
c" I Chicago
All treight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels,
30tf R, A, LUCAS & CO,
Dmw Ejccliarnje on
n Bank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Bank. ..San Francisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Bank New York
The National Bank of the Re
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank- I Hongkong
iug Corporation f China,
Ilougkoug-Shatighai Bank-) Shanghai,
ing Corporation ) uutna.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Mouth or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on baud.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swivel frame 18
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $l a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
Electrical Work and Contracts takeu to
Install apparatus complete,
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