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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN .ISLANDS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.
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Omen, Kino Sthkut, into, Hawaii
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Chas. M. LeBlond
Jlawall.u, Japanese, and Chlneie Interptetera
and Notary l'ubllc In OUice.
Office: Skvkkakck Huii.ding,
Opposite Cour Home. 11II.O, HAWAII
J.Castlh RIDGWAY TllOS.C.RtDGWAV
Ridgway & Ridgway
tolicitori of l'ateuti General I.aw Tractlci
Notary Public in Office.
OFFICII: Tribune IliiUtlliiK-
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ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
HKAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
KIRK, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, - Ililo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
Collector of Rents (or Waiakea Mill Co,
General Collecting Solicited
and Returns Promptly Made.
Office with Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd,
Waiauucuue and Bridge Sis. Ililo,
Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose
and ol' Sale.
HAWAII RIFLE TEAM
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to The members composing the rifle team from the Nnlional Guard o
the power of sale contained in that cer-1 Hawaii, who participated in the Seagirt, N. J. national ritle match, re
tain mortgage made by William Fenian-1 turned to Honolulu on the S. S. Alameda last Friday. In the general
des and his wife, Jessie Femandes, at 'summary of the events the joint score of the members making up the
mortgagors, of Honolcaa, Hamakua, ' team stood 31 out of the 37 contesting teams from various slates nnd
Island and Territory of Hawaii, to M. V.
Holmes, of said Honolcaa, Trustee for
Maile Lodge No. 4, K. of P.. and his
successors in office, us mortgagee, dated
the 13th day of June, A. D. 1901, and
recorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
in Liber 226, Pages 304 and 305, William
Russell, Trustee for Maile Lodge No. 4,
K. of P., and successor of the said M. V.
Holmes, mortgagee, intends to foreclose
the said mortgage for conditions broken,
to wit: non-payment 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
Houokaa, Hatuakua, County of Hawaii,
on Saturday, the 30th day of September,
A.D. 1905, at 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 in
Ahualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, containing" an area of 15.77
acres, as described In that certain deed of
Ynhilo 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. Furtado, attorney for the Mort
gagee, Houokaa, Hawaii.
Dated Honokaa, Aug. 29, A. D. 1905.
Ifoolului 31 ill 1 110 Paniku
a Kuai a
ka Men Pan
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, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters oi
CreditUsued, available in ullthe principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entruited to us by our friends of the other
Islands, cither as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH,
Neut and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House nnd Ililo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleaMiit retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
I . ;.
i lie men sciectcu to compose wic team ior tne rinuuiiai 1 ropny maicu
were as follows: Major J. W. Prat', Major W. R. Riley, Captnin S.
Johnson, Capt. G. Rose, Capt. M. Johnson, Capt. A. CoyiK, Cnpt. A.
D. Wise, Lieut. C. Costa, Lieut. 0. J. Whitehead, Lieut. T. P. Cum
mins, Sgt. IS. Duvaiichelle and Pvt. J. Gouvcia, with Col. J. II. Sopcr
and Pvts. J. Ferreira and W. J. Todd as alternates.
It is stated that the men were at a disadvantage owing to lack of prac
tice in long distance shots, and a heavy wind which was blowing.
Hawaii made very good scores on the short distance ranges at 200
yards, 200 yards rapid fire, 500 yards rapid fire and 600 yards slow fire,
but when it came to the 800 and 1,000 yard ranges, they fell off lament
ably. It was especially at the 1000 yard range that Hawaii met her
In the 200 yards fire, Hawaii held 26th place, and in the 200 yards
rapid fire, stood number 20. At 503 yards rapid fire and 6od vards slow
fire, Hawaii fell back to 28th place. At 800 yards and 1,000 yards
the boys from Hawaii brought up the rear in the 24th and 36th places
respectively. In the first skirmish run, Hawaii came out with a rating
of 31, and in the second run, made n rating of 27.
New York made the best showing of any team participating, Ohio
and the U. S. Infant! y being close seconds. The contest began August
29, and was completed September 1st. During the entire trip excellent
health was enjoyed by all the members and they report that the team
was well treated during their stay. Commenting 011 the results of the
trip, Col. J. W. Jones said:
"Great interests is manifested in rifle shooting throughout the Slates
and Territories and every effort is being made to assist the national Gov
ernment in carrying out its purpose of training large numbers of citi
zens to become good rifle shots. A glance at the table of scores of the
National Team match submitted herewith will demonstrate the necessity
for having within this Territory a proper rifle range where sufficient
practice may be had at long ranges, and the futher necessity of having
proper instruments to correctly determine the temperature, barometric
pressure, direction and velocity of the wind and the percentage of moist
ure in the atmosphere, the last tvo of which more than anything else
determine the differences in the elevation and deflection of the rifle ball."
The summary of totals is as follows:
1, New York. 4528; 2. U. S. Infantry, 4460; 3. Ohio, 4431; 4. U.
S. Marine Corps, 4360; 5. U. S. Navy, 4282; 6, New Jersey, 4267; 7.
Massachusetts, 4260; .8. Illinois, 4256; 9. Pennsylvania, 4220; 10.
District of Columbia, 4213, 11. U. S. Cavalry, 4208.6; 12. Rhode Is
land, 4183; 13. Minnesota, 41 11; 14. Washington, 41 10; 15. Iowa,
4070; 16. Maryland, 4056: 17. Maine, 4032; 18. Wisconsin, 4010; 19.
Georgia, 4001; 20. Concuctictit, 3981 21. Oregon, 3917; 22. Florida,
3907; 23. Michigan, 3801; 24. U.S. Military Academy, 3681; 25.
Kansas, 3502; 26. Vermont, 314 j. Montana, 3368; 28. South
Carolina, 3350; 29. California, 3282; 30. Texas, 3233; 31. Hawaii,
3189; 32. West Virginia, 3038; 33. Delaware, 2904; 34, Missouri, 2776;
35. Nebraaka, 2692; 36. Indiana, 2652; 37. Tennessee, 2216.
Breakwater Recommended For Hilo.
Lieutenant Slattery, the army engineer officer stationed in these
islands, is preparing a report on the matter of the breakwater at Ililo,
says the Honolulu Star. His recommendations 011 the matter arc of the
utmost interest to the islands gcneraly and to Hilo especially, for he re
commends in favor of the construction of a breakwater at the leading
shipping port on the Island of Hawaii.
There will be several stages of development before Hilo can hope to
secure a breakwater, but the favorable recommendation made by Lieut.
Slattery will carry great weight and influence in the matter. He is now
preparing his report on the subject for the Chief of Engineers of the
United States Army. The report will probably be completed in time to
forward to General Mackenzie, the chief engineer, by the S. S. Alameda
next week. The recommendations to be made in the report which
Lieut. Slattery is now preparing will also deal in detail with the best
methods that are likely to be the most satisfactory in the construction of
the breakwater. In the preparation of this report, however, he has been
handicapped by not being in possession of exact data bearing on certain
details. According to his estimates about $1,154,778 will be required to
construct a breakwater that will be sufficient for the needs of the harbor
"I shall state," said Lieut. Slattery, "that from an examination of the
amount of shipping of that port, an expenditure of Si, 172, 595 is war
ranted, and from a tentative plan prepared merely for the purpose of
making an approximate estimate of the cost of such improvement, I be
lieve that a breakwater, sufficient for the needs of that place, can be con
structed for $1,154,778. I shall recommend therefore that a survey be
authorized for the preparation of final plans and estimates for the work.
"The proposed breakwater will be 6,000 feet in extent and will be
located in water varying 14 feet to 45 feet in depth. There will be a
superstructure of concrete which will be 9 feet above high water and 12
Hawaii, nona ka ili o in. i feet above low water and be twenty feet broad at the crown. Below this
eka, i hnikeia maloko o ka palapala boo
lilo a Yahilo me kanu wahluc 1 na mea
.. -- . ... . . .. . . ..
moraki inn! i oleloiu, i hanaia ma ka la J a mile east ol (Jocoatiul island ami extend northward a distance ot 4,000
13 o Line, A. D. 1901. I feet. There will be two breaks in this section of the breakwa.er of 100
Kuike ka Rula: Ma ke Dala Gula o I yards each. The idea of having those breaks is that that section of the
Amerika. No lilo liana palapala i kn poe j botton is probably soft and there might have to be considerable pile
kuni inai. driving done. Inasmuch as the harbor will not sufTerfrom having those
No nit men aku i koe e lo.ia no inai n 1 passages, this additional cost can be saved. One of the openings is in
M. T. Furtado inai, loio no ka mea pan ! shore and the other is is
moraki. Honokaa. Huwail. I through these openings.
the northwest, a distance ot 1940 leet and then to the west, a distance ol
2240 feet, ending at a point about about 60 feet south of the whistling
"In preparing the estimates I have not had the exact data in many
instances and I have no doubt that when a final survey is made there
may be conditions found which will change these estimates.
"The main object in the construction of the breakwater is to protect
the harbor from the severe northerly weather. The breakwater as pro
posed, will nfford protection from that quarter, as well as from the
northeast and cast. Vessels will reach the harbor by passing to the
westward of the breakwater."
Ke hooluhaia aku nei i kulike ai me
ka uiaua kuai i hoopaaiu maloko o ke
kahi moraki i hanaia e William Feman
des me kana wohiuc, Jessie Femandes,
na mea moraki mai, o Houokaa, Hama
kua, Mokupuui n Tcritori o Hawaii, ia
M. V. Holmes, o Houokaa i oleloia,
Kahu Waiwai no ka Maile Lodge No. 4,
K. of P., ame koua man hope iloko o ka
liana, mea paa moraki, i hanaia tun ka la
130 Iuue, A. D. 1901, a i hoopaaia ma
ke Kceim Kakatt Kopc ma Honolulu,
Oahu, Teritori o Hawaii, iloko o ka Buke
226, ma na Aoao 304 ame 305, o William
Russell, Kahu Wuiwai no ka Maile Lodge
No. 4, K. of P., a he hope no M. V.
Holmes i oleloia, mea paa moraki, kc
mauao nei e paniku i na moraki la i
oleloia no ka uhakiia o na kuniu, oia
hoi: ka hookna ole ia o ke ktimupaa ame
ka ukttpauee i ka wa e uku ai; a urn o ke
paniku ana, e kuai kudala aku ana ka
men paa moraki ma kc akca i na pa hale
i hoikcia maloko ona tuoruki la i oleloia,
1 ma ka Hale Hoolcolokolo o Honokaa,
I Hatuakua, Kalaua o Hawaii, ma kn
I Poaouo, la 30 o Sepatemaba, A, D. 1905,
ma ktrhora 12 itwakea ola la.
MAILE LODGE NO. 4, K. OF P.
Na ke Kahu Waiwai:
O na pa hale i pan ma ka moraki i
olelot 1 a e kuaiia aku ana elike me ia
nmluiiu, oia iho kela:
O kela matt pa hale npau e waiho la
iloko o Ahualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
(By Wireless to Tint Tkiiii'nh.)
Myrtles Are Victors.
18. The Myrtles win in all events except two pair
Navy Paymasters Embezzle Funds.
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 18. Three naval paymasters have embezzled
Russia's Loss at Sea.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 18. Russian naval losses in the war amount to
one hundred and thirty millions.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 18. 960 Test Centrifugals,
ton, $77.20. 88 analysis beets, 8s. 6d.; per ton, $75.40.
Norway and Sweden Are at Peace.
Stockholm, Sept. 18. Peace between Sweden and Norway is assured.
Copenhagen, Sept. 14. Prince George of Greece is a new possibility,
for the throne of Norway.
American Goods Held Up.
Shanghai, September 14. Fight million dollars worth of American
goods are here in the warehouses with an over stocked market and no
movement. The question of disposal is serious.
Cholera In Europe.
St. Petersburg, September, 14.
two provincial governments must
Berlin, Sept. 15.
with three deaths.
It is now officially announced that
take measures against the cholera
-Fight new cases of cholera were reported today
Gundshu, Sept. 14.
Armistice Is Signed.
The armistice has been signed.
Gundshu Pass, Manchuria, Sept. 15. The armistice takes effect Sept.
16: The neutral zone has been established between the armies and a
similar armistice between the armies on the Korean border will be ar
ranged. London, Sept. 14. Tlie terms of the armistice ngieed upon between
Oyama and Linevitch define a neutral zone between the armies.
Reinforcements of either annv are prohibite 1.
All troops en route will be slopped.
Naval operations are not affected by this agreement.
Peace Envoys Return.
New York, Sept. 12, The Russian peace envoys have sailed for
New York, Fept. 12. Baron Koniura, the head of the Japanese peace
commission, is improving in health though lie is slill confined to his
bed. lie expects to leave 011 Thursday for home. The report of the
assassination of his family is not credited.
New York, Sept. 13. Baron Komura, the chief Japanese peace pleni
potentiary at the recent conference at Portsmouth, is believed to have
typhoid fever. His departure for home has therefore, been postponed.
Oyster Bay, Sept. 13. Baron Rosen, one of the Russian plenipoten
tiaries at the Recent peace conference at Portsmouth was the guest of
President Roosevelt at luncheon here today.
Togo's Mighty Mikasa Blows Up.
Hanaia ma Houokaa, Aug. 29,
A. D. j
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 12 The Japanese battleship Mikasa caught
touay irotn some uiikiiowu cause. 1 lie lire spread to the magazine,
which exploded, and the vessel was sunk wfth a loss of 599 men.
Tokio, Japan' Sept. i2 Admiral Togo was not on board the Mikasa
when the battleship went down.
Admiral Togo's flagship was the latest and most powerful battleship
in the Japanese navy, fitted for use as a flagship at the time that she
was built at the yards of Vickers, Sons & Maxim, in Great Britain. No
less than 4.600 tons of armor are worked into this shin sin. ,.K n
I section of the breakwater there will b a rubble mound of loose rocks. vessel of 15,200 tons displacement and could maintain a speed of 18.6
iiiu prupusvu uiuuKwuivi win auiii mum .1 ijuiui uuuui u 411111 ici ui i Knots, tier armament consisted 01 lour 1 2-inch guns, fourteen 6-inch
guns, twenty 3-iuch gnus, and twelve guns of small caliber. Four 8
inch submerged torpedo tubes were provided, one on either beam in the
wake of the forward barbette and one on either beam in the wake of
the after turret. The ship was driven by engines of 16,400 horsepower
at a sresd of 18.6 an hour. She carried normally 700 tons of coal, but
was able to stow 1. ;oo tons. The admiral's mi;utor . ciinn,i
iiiriuer iiutui. OIHUIU.T vesscis couiu push , uie extreme atterpart ol the vessel, 011 the maiiideck, below the
1 nu uiciiKwuiei win men iiirn aim extent! 10 deck.
The Cor Seed Company of San Fran
cisco have appointed the undersigned as
their local agent. Orders for seeds,
bulbs anil plants solicited. Catalogues
and prices ftmiMied 011 request.
ROBERT INNES LII.I.IE,
cow ut reusonuhlu figure,
J. CASTLE RIDGWAY.
Nelson Defeats Britt.
San Francisco, Cal., September 9.
the eighteenth round by Battling
Greany, chosen at the ring side,
Jimmy Britt was knocked out in
Nelson. The referee was Kddie
This gives Nelson the undoubted
Students Want Commercial Course.
The report which Lieutenent Slattery is now preparing will be recciv-, Principal F. A. Richmond writing to the Board of Public Instruction,
ed by General Mackenzie and by him be transmitted to the Secretary of says that the possibilities for a high .school at Ililo are greater than he
War who will in turn pass it along to Congress. The final settlement t anticipated. In order to encourage new students, Mr. Richmond finds
of the matter rests with Congress as it is from that body that the aullio- it absolutely necessary to offer commercial work. A majority of the
rity to construct aim tne appropriation wuti which to uo tne construct'
iug must come.
t 11. ui auiiii- wuiiiiiiciL'lill tr 11 111 ill. niltl linnil us nvv:tirniir,.
that such work would be given, several students who were booked elsc-
where have concluded to remain in Hilo. He believes Professor Smith
I is thoroughly competent to handle any commercial work, providing lie
! is given typewriting facilities. Realizinir the necessitv fnr mnnmv 1.,.
Mare Island, Cal., Sept. 15. The court-marital of Commander Lu-. concludes by saying that in 110 other direction could an expenditure add
cien Young of the Bennington opened today, so much to efficiency and reputation of the school.
Commander Young On Trial.
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