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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905.
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I'UDUSIIKM HVHRY TUESDAY
okpicu, Kino brnKur, IIilo, Hawaii
Uilo Tribune Publishing Compnny, Ltd
Publlahera ami lToprltloii.
Preitdeut C 0. Kknnkdv
Vlce-Pretldeut K E. RlCHAku.
Secretary-Treasurer. . . J Cajilk Kiduway
AuJItor A. 1. Surto.N
Director! U. M. Thompson, I). W. Maksii
Advertisement! unaccompanied tiv peel fie
iumuctlom inserted until ordered out.
Advertisements discontinued llbrceilratlon
of specified tierlod will be dialed at If con
Inued for lull term.
Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese, mid Chinese Interpreters
and Notary Public In OMce.
Office: Skvkkanck Builuing,
Opposite Cour House, IIILO. HAWAII
J.CASTLB RlMSWAY THOS. C. RlDGWAY
Ridgway & Rid g way
tollcltoti of Patents General Law Practlct
Notary Public in Office.
OFFICII : Waianucnue and midge Street!
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
irtJAIi ESTATE, ETC.
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F. S. LYMAN
PIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, IIilo, Hawaii
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 Tlieo. H. D.tvies & Co., Ltd,
Waianucnue and Bridge Sts. Hllo,
Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose
and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
the power of sale contained In that cer
tain mortgage made by William Fernan
de9 and his wife, Jessie Per mimics, at
mortgagors, of Honokaa, Hamukua,
Island and Territory of Hawaii, to M. V.
Holmes, of said Honokaa, Trustee for
Mailc Lodge No. 4, K. of P.. ami his
successors in office, as mortgagee, dated
the 13th day of June, A. D. 1901, and
recorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
iu Liber 226, Pages 304 and 305, William
Russell, Trustee for Mailc Lodge No. 4,
K. of P., nnd successor of the said M. V.
Holmes, mortgagee, intends to foreclose
the said mortgage for conditions broken,
to wit: non-pay incut of both principal
and interest when due; and upon such
foreclosure, the mortgagee will sell the
premises described in the said mortgage
at public auction, at the Court House in
Honokaa, Hamakua, County of Hawaii,
on Saturday, the 30th day of September,
A. D. 1905.nl 12 o'clock noon of said
MAILE LODGE NO. 4, K. OF P.
By its Trustee:
The premises covered by the said
mortgage and to be sold as above con
All those certain premises situate iu
Ahualoa, Hamukua, Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, containing an area of 15.77
acres, as described iu that certain deed of
Yahilo and wife to said mortgagors,
dated June 13th, A. D. 1901.
Terms: Cash. U. S. Gold Coin. Deeds
at the expense of the purchasers.
Further particulars can be had from
M. T. I'urtado, attorney for the Mort
gagee, Honokaa, Hawaii.
Dated Honokaa, Aug. 29, A. D. 1905.
THE HILO BAND BECOMES A GOONTY BAND
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Bills 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 of
Credllissueil, available iu all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entruited to us by our friends of the other
Islands, cither us Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally nnd
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House and IIilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleubant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
lioolaha Manao Paniku
a Kuai a ka Men Pun
Ke hoolahaia aku nci i kulikc ai me
ka mana kuai i hoopaaia maloko o kc
kahi morakl i hanaia e William Fernan
des me kana wahine, Jessie Pcriiandcs,
ua mea moraki mai, o Honokaa, Hama
kua, Mokupuui a Teritori o Hawaii, ia
M. V. Holmes, o Honokaa i oleloia,
Kahu Waiwai no ka Muile Lodge No, 4,
K. of P., ante kona mail hope iloko o ka
liana, mea paa moraki, i hanaia ma ka la
13 o Iuue, A. D. 1901, a i hoopaaia ma
ke Kecna Kakau Kope ma Honolulu,
Oahu, Teritori o Hawaii, iloko o ka Bukc
226, ma ua Aoao 304 uuic 305, o William
Russell, Kahu Waiwai 110 ka Maile Lodge
No. 4, K. of P., a he hope no M. V.
Holmes i oleloia, uiea paa moraki, ke
mauao nei c paniku i ua moraki la i
oleloia no ka uhakiia o ua kumu, oia
hoi: ka hookaa ole ia o ke kumupaa nine
ka ukupaucc i ka wa e uku ai; a ma o ke
paniku ana, c kuai kudala aku ana ka
mea paa moraki ma kc akea i ua pa hale
i hoikeia maloko oua moraki la i oleloia,
ma ka Hale Ilookolokolo o Honokaa,
J Hamakua, Kalana o Hawaii, ma ka
Poaouo, la 30 o Scpatemaba, A. D. 1905,
ma ka hora 12 awakca oia la.
MAILE LODGE NO. 4, K. OF P.
O na pa hale i paa ma ka moraki i
oleloituc kuuiia aku ana elikc me ia
maluua, oia iho keia:
O kela man pa hale npau e waiho la
iloko o Aliualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
Teritori o Hawaii, uoua ka ili o 15.77
eka, i hoikeia maloko o kn palapula hoo-
hilo a Yuhllo me kana wahiuc i ua mea
moraki mai i oleloia, i hanaia mu ka la
130 Iuue, A. D. 1901.
Kuiku ka Ruin: Ma kc Dalu Gula o
Amerika. Nu lilo luua palapula i ka poe
No ua mea aku i koe c loaa no mai a
M. T. I'urtado mai, Into no ku mea paa
moraki, Honokaa, Hawaii.
Hanaia ma Honokaa, Aug. 29, A. D.
The County of Hawaii is lo have a county band. This is practically
the effect of the appropriation made on Friday by the Hoard of Super
visors giving to the IIilo Baud $100 per month for their support nnd
maintenance. There was only one dissenting vote ntnoug the members
of the Hoard of Supervisors, and that was from Supervisor Sliipmau oT
Knu, who believed that the burden of supporting the Band-hould be
paid by the citizens and residents of Hilo, and not by the county.
Supervisor Sliipmau from the Finance Committee returned back to
the Hoard, without recommendation, the petition of 200 signers asking
for government assistance for the Hilo Hand. The Supervisors proceeded
to consider the proposed appropriation for $100 per mouth, as in Com
mittee of the Whole with Supervisor Sliipmau in the clui.
Supervisor Fernandez proved a warm supporter for the Hand item, and
spoke iu part as follows: "I was elected by the people of Hamakua us
a member of this Hoard and as such I am heartily in favor of the appro
priation for the Hand. This musical organization is one of the delights
of the people after their day's labor and on Sunday afternoons. It is one
of the best odvertiscmants of Hawaii-that we can have and will impress
tourists with the feeling that we are not indifferent to their welfare and
pleasure while in our midst. We need the band to enliven our souls as
much as we need good streets add beautiful parks to please the eye.
They will return to their homes on the 'mainland with good report of
our enterprising spirit and patriotism, which will do much to attract
visitors and settlers in our midst.
"It cannot be claimed that the Hilo Hand belongs exclusively to Hilo,
but if we lend our assistance to its support, it will belong to the entire
County of Hawaii. The residents of my districts, the residents of Kau
and the residents of Kohala and the two Konas will have as much right
to demand the Band to come to those districts, as the people of Hilo. It
will be a County Band subject to the pleasure of the people of the County,
and I shall hope to sec and hear this baud iu my own district as well as
other parts of the County. Not long since, the band made a visit to
Hamakua and gave a concert at the grounds of a church, which attract
ed the people from miles around. There -were eight or nine hundred
p'oplc in attendance, whereas usually o lly a few hundred people arc
pieseut. If we do not pass this item for t-hc baud, I will be ashamed to
say that the County cannot support a County band.
Supervisor Desha opened his remarks Mith the quotation that "music
is the language of the soul," and that the Bible said "a good name was
better than great riches." He believed the support of the band would
not be a heavy burden and .vas n sign of ths desire of Supervisors to
please the people. The petition was signed by the rich and poor alike.
The wealthy enjoyed hearing good music, and the hard working man
after his day's labor, found a restful hour in the sweet strains of the
Hilo Band. He hoped the item would pass.
Shipman did not see the necessity of a County Band, and representing
the district of Kau, which was for remof and whose residents never had
an opportunity to hear the band and probably never would, he could
not conscientiously vote for it. Kalaiwna spoke in the same strain, but
was finally won over. Makuakane was in favor of the appropriation,
and on motion of Mr. Desha, the Board propriated the sum of $100
per mouth for the support a.id maintenance 01 VZie Hilo Baud. Thus do
Prof. Carvalho's band boys become County Band musicians.
(By Wireless to The Tun unk.)
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 5. James J. JefTris has consented to um
pire the Britt-Nelson fight, his fee to be $1,000.
Jeffries first demanded $2500 to referee the Britt-Nelson fight and
there was a hitch in the match.
Britt and Battling Nelson arc scheduled lo fight on the afternoon of
Admission Day at Colma. The contest is to be a finish and will settle
the lightweight championship. Jeffris was chosen ns a referee.
Sau Francisco, September 6. Battling Nelson's manager has declared
his protege will not fight Britt unless Jefl'ris is withdrawn as referee, in
timating the probability of collusion with Britt. The club refuses to ac-
cede and there is a deadlock in the arrangements for the battle.
San Francisco, Sept. 7. Experts on the pugilistic situation agree
that the Britt-Nelson fight will occur Saturday with Champion Jeffris as
referee. The betting is 10 to 7 in favor of Britt.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 8. Champion Jeffris will referee the Britt
Nelson flight. The sale of the 60,000 admission tickets began at 1?
Peace Starts Riots in Japan.
Tokio, September 6. Rioting took place here Tuesdiy night over
the result of the peace negotiations, in which two were killed and 500
wounded and several police stations destroyed.
Radical newspapers attack the settlement and general dissatisfaction
is expressed. The co iservatives are defending the government, while
the upper and middle classes arc silent. The government has made no
Tokio, September 8. The city is quiet today. At Kobe the statue of
Marquis Ito was torn down and dragged through the streets by the mob,
A special session of the Diet is expected.
Flower and Vegetable
The Cox Seed Company of San Fran
cisco have appointed the undersigned as
their local agent. Orders for seeds,
bulbs nnd plants solicited. Catalogues
ami prices furnished on request.
ROBERT INNES LILLIE,
Part Jersey cow ut reasonable figure.
J. CASTLE RIDGWAY.
Wider Publication of Ordinances Wanted.
Ever since the resolution was railroaded through the Board of Super
visors making a single Hilo paper the exclusive medium for the publi
cation of Ordinances, there has been a continual complaint that the
reading public do not see the published Ordinances. The protests have
come in so fast from constituents of the various members of the Board,
that on Saturday just before adjournment Supervisor Makuakane pres
ented a resolution intended to remedy the predicament in which the
Board had found itself by the passage of the former resolution. Super
visor Makuakane' s resolution provides for the publication of all Ordin
ances, advertisements and other official notices in both the Hawaii
Herald and the H11.0 Tribune, and is as follows:
Whereas. It is important that the public should be informed of all
official actions of the Board of Supervisors and that the Ordinances and
official notices passed by the Board shall have as wide publication
throughout the County of Hawaii, as possible, and
Whereas, The Hawaii Herald and the Hilo Tribune are two news
papers published at the county seat of Hilo, having the widest circula
tion throughout the County of Hawaii,
Be it Resolved, By the Hoard of Supervisors of the County of Htwaii
that all Ordinances, advertisements or other official notices published by
the Board of Supervisors of the County of Hawaii be printed iu the
English and Hawaiian languages in the Hawaii Herald aiul the IIilo
Tribune; hereby expressly repealing ail orders or resolutions incon
In giving his reason for the introduction of the resolution, Supervisor
Makuakane said: "My reason for introducing this resolution is that the
people of my district ask me why the Board of Supervisors selected only
one paper for the publication of Ordinances and why they picked out
the Herald. The paper has no circulation in my district and nearly all
of my constituents subscribe for the Tribune. They take the Tribune
in my district and want to get the official Ordinances passed by the
Board. That is the reason why I bring in this resolution. If we pass
this resolution, we will then divide the printing between the two papers,
thus treating them alike. I think this is fair to both newspapers.
Supervisor Desha immediately moved to lay the resolution on the
table, for the reason that he had introduced a resolution last month giv
ing all the work to the other paper, and he did not believe in changing
about so often. There was considerable discussion among the members,
and it was generally agreed that iu permitting the present state of affairs
to exist it was manifestly unfair to the majority of the voters of the
County, anil the Board were unanimous iu their expressions of a desire
to divide the county patronage petween the two papers.
Shipman raised the point that the Makuakane resolution was not de
finite as to the number of publications by each paper, and at his request,
Desha wirhdrew his motion to lay on the table, so that the whole mat
ter might be referred to the Finance Committee for investigation and re
port. This was done with instructions to devise a more equable scheme
for the publication of official advertisements by the County, in order
that they may have as wide circulation as possible.
St. Petersburg, September 6. Gloomy advices have been received
from Baku concerning the Armenian-Tartar outbreak. The warring1
factions arc uncontrollable. Fires are ruining the tremendous oil indus-'
try. Troops are using artillery iu the suburban sections nnd street '
Baku, September 7. The situation here is growing worse. The
Tartars are demanding money in return for which they promise to cease
pillaging. Troops are arriving iu strong numbers and expect soon to
control the situation.
Baku, Sept. 8. Fierce fighting continues. The consulates, banks and
Government buildings are guarded by troops, Balnkhan has been coin
pletly burned and although shot down iu masses by the artillery the
Tartars have not been deterred from the work of wreckage,
Negro Burned at Stake.
Fort Worth, Tex., September 7 A negro, accused of assault upon a
white woman, was burned at the stake last night.
Japanese Kill 130 Russians.
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 6 An official report received today tells of the
crushing defeat of a Russian force at Naibutic, Island of Saghalien. One
hundred and thirty Russians were killed. The casualties among the
Japanese were slight.
Peace Envoys Finish Labors.
Portsmouth, N. II., Sept. 5. The treaty of peace between Russia and
Japan was signed today. The draft does not differ from the previous
announcements. There was little ceremony on the occasion' of the sign
ing, but general rejoicing followed the event.
Portsmouth, Sept. 5. The Russian envoys today attended solemn
thanksgiving services for the conclusion of peace. All the envoys are
preparing to part.
New York, Sept. 6. Botli the Japanese and Russian peace envoys
were demonstratively received on arrival here.
Cholera Record in Germany.
Berlin, Germany, September 5. The cholera record today is one
death in twenty-four hours. The total cases to date are 77 with 24
Berlin, Germany, September 6. Thirteen new cholera cases and two
deaths are reported today.
Yellow Fever Decreases.
New Orleans, 1,3., September 5. Fifteen new cases of yellow fever
are reported today with two deaths,
California Bribery Scandal.
Sacremento Cal., September 4. Ex-State Senator Harry Bunker has
made a full confession implicating his fellow defendants iu the bribery
scandal. He has also implicated men whose names are not disclosed.
At the last session of the California legislature four senators were ex
pelled for receiving bribe from loan and savings companies under inves
tigation. Emmons and French have already been tried. Hunker, who
has just confessed, was formerly an engineer iu the Pacific Mail line.
Big Storm On Great Lakes.
Duluth, Minn., September 4. In a storm 011 I,akc Superior twenty
lives have been lost. 1 liree vessels were sunk and their crews lost.
Results of the Seagirt Shoot.
Seagirt, N. J., August 30. New York at the conclusion of this the
second day's work, led Ohio, the next highest competitor, in the na
tional team match, by a good margin.
In the final score Capt. Coyne of the team from Hawaii stood twenty
two, with a total score of 249. There were six hundred competitor-,
Capt. Corwin of the 71st New York Regiment leading with a score of
266, out of a possible 300. Sergeant Scott of Illinois with a score of 262
Burglar Runs Into a Safe.
The store of Moses & Raymond iu the Baldwin Block was burglarized
on Friday night, the thief unexpectedly running into a safe which Mr.
Moses had purchased and set up iu his place of business on that day.
Heretofore not having realized the need of a safe, Mr. Moses had been
in the habit of keeping over night iu his desk considerable cash. On
Friday he purchased a new safe which was installed during the day
and in which he deposited his funds. The burglar, who was a barc
foottd gentleman, affected an entrance through the front door by means
of a duplicate key. His foot prints were traced from the front door to
the safe, where not expecting such a thing, he retraced his steps with
out disturbing any of the merchandise, or the newly acquired stroug box.
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