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TIIK VIJKKtY 1111,0 TRIIIUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVRMIWtt M, 95.
I)C Silo vUntm
TUKSDAY, - NOV. i., 1905.
Ktllcltd nt the Postofiicc at Hilo, lln
wall, ns 1 ccond-class matter
Pt'IlMSIIKI) KVKKV TUKSIMY.
J. Casti.h Ridgway - Kditor
1). V. Maksk llusincss Manager.
of the manner
iiu! other shrub;!
being planted in Moohcnu l'nrk by
the uublic spirited ladies of Hilo,
comes with poor grace from one
who it. not willing to get in and
hcl)). A thoroughly developed and i
and well planned scheme has been I
devised for beautifying this and
other 11.1t Its of Hilo and the latli,.s
lliivillcr tilt, mnltnr in nlinrnn firn
showing a most praiseworthy spirit
in undertaking a ta.sk too long
neglected. To the eye of the
pessimist who refuses to see farther
than his nose, the park system in
its embryo state does not mean
anything. Perhaps designs in the
shape of S's and snakes would be
more in harmony with some peo
ple's peculiar tastes.
Tin; little exchange of personal
ities between Dr. Stow and I,. A.
Andrews over the garbage system
will have the effect of settling the
dispute for all time whether the
latter is growing enormously rich
over a public utility which may or
may not have its attractions. The
Health Committee of the Board of
Supervisors may be depended upon
to sift the matter to its bottom
and to show whether the charges
arc groundless or otherwise.
Mr. Puck's retirement from the
bank and contemplated removal to
the coast, removes from the busi
ness activities of Hilo one of Ha
waii's best friends. Mr. Peck has
been a leader in everything that
pertained to the welfare and ad-
vancemciit of Hilo and the Island
of Hnwnii, and his withdrawal
from the community will be sorely
missed by his host of friends, who
wish him well.
Ii Tin; Hilo Board of Trade
succeed in prevailing upon Presi
dent Kennedy of the Inter-Island
Company to put on a 'rotind-the-island
steamer for the local trade,
it will depend upon the merchant
to demonstrate the necessity for it.
Tiik public lands belong to the
people and should be administered
for the people and not upon the
theory that every homesteader is a
ECHOES OF THE PRESS.
Under the editorial caption of
"Valedictory," the Honolulu In
dependent on October 31st anuotiuc
es its retirement from the field of
newspaperdoin, iu the following
In retiring from its well establish
ed and well-known position as a
thoroughly open, fearless and tin
purchasable newspaper, Tiik Indi:
l'KNDKNT cannot but feel that it
will be missed; but the long and
weary fight for the unattainable,
commenced and carried out through
the columns of this paper, for over
ten years, viz: the single handed,
stubborn, consistent and eminently
justifiable opposition to the loss of
Hawaiian Independence and ab
sorption by Annexation, this good
fight made by the Indhpundknt
is at last ended and we lay down
our pen today, proud, even iu de
feat, that we have done our duty
And now the end has come; with
regret the paste-pot and scissors
are pushed aside; we slide from our
well worn tripod and with a last
flourish of its over worked pen, Tiik
I.N'nui'HNDiiNT writes: Vale! Pare
well ! Independent.
With this isSlie Of the Maili'
News Hugh M. Coke, for many
years in the employ of the Depart-
incut of Kducation assumes ule
r ., -, f . 11 , ,- , ll.lll Will ut aiHi-iiii.tti".." M iivi l'---
lnaiiageiueut of the .Maui 1 'ublish-1 ,,...,.., . '
ing Company Ltd., and editor of a number of indies are hard at work
the MAUI NlJWS and makes his making dninty nud useful things suitable
initial bow to the Public as a news-1 for Christmas presents whicli will be sold
paper man. Our task will be ar-'"1 "l,c l,riCL's- M,l"' nations
, 1 1 1 r : 1 have already been received and it is
duotis and ack of prior experience', ... , ,, , , ,. ., ., f Tt!,
11 , hoped that the Christian people of Hilo
will handicap us; therefore we ask Lnil ,.,, fr,euil, of ,B i.orlllgcse Mission
the cooperation and assistance of I will lend their aid,
the people of this community. We
feel that much credit is due Mr. G.
13. Robertson, the founder and for
mer editor of the Niiws, for his en
ergy and ability in making a suc
cess of what was then considered a
hopeless undertaking. As to Mr.
Clement, the late editor, his tiagic
death is deeply lamented by the
entire force of the Nhws. Maui
Attorney lv. M. Watson's state
ment that the county commission
called Governor Carter's attention 1
to the necessity of having an act
l'assc empowering certain courts
l0 lnke jwriscliction in the matter
of violation of county ordinances,
and the administrations neglect to
t4it( tn tint iirillrkt mrniit
"- niwjr tn int. tiitiwi iiiitu
seems to indicate, that the Inner
wanted to throw obstacles in the
way for the future county
nient. Garden Island.
LKiiti's AM) iikiihh:.
Improvements Iti-qulri'd In South
Road Supervisor Norman K. Lyman
leported in detail on the work of his tie
p.trluiL'tit in South Hilo. Considerable
swing to the County has been muilc by
dispensing with unnecessary electric
lights. The arc light nt the olit Kinnii
uhrf had been replaced by nn Incandes
cent light, ns likewise the arc lamp nt
the corner of Pounhawal n.nl Jnil streets.
The electric light service could be gcu
ernlly improved by rearrangement of
poles and by not placing lights nt too
high an elevation nt street comets. Mr.
Lyman recommended the transfer of
some of the nrc lights not needed else
where to Moohcnu l'ark and suggested
that two electric lights be maintained in
Moohcatt Hall permanently.
Some of the bridges of the district nrc
in very bad condition, the smaller ones
necditiL' repairs nlmost continually. The
repairs to the Wniluku bridge has been
completed, the iron work having been j Hers, despite Governor Carter's protcsta
scraped and repainted, ns well us the 1 Uo'is to the contrary,
rotted joist boards and flooring replaced. Instead of going into a detailed rnu
Honolii bridge is in very bad condition, meration of desirable changes iu the
some of the iron cross beams above nud
b--.ow having been completely eaten away
with rust. These beams should be re-
paired without delay. The four other
steel bridges of the district need cleaning
and repainting, which will require addi
tional employees to rush the work
Some of the smaller wooden structures
such as at Wninnku, Kiikuau nnd another
011 Mud I.aue across the canal should he
replaced by stone bridges. Stone is
plentiful near Hilo nnd just the kind
for bridges or culverts. Mr. Lyman
said he would rather have n stone bridge
than n culvert ns the former would give
employment to more voters, whereas the
cement nnd other material required for
concrete work was all imported from the
The county prisoners were being util -
ized during October in putting the town
of Hilo iu a sanitary condition. A force
111 . 1 . :. .. 1 . .
lud been at work scraping mud from
Front street. The Waiolama canaUiad
been cleaned un of weeds nnd brush.
Regarding the reopening of the Waio
lama stream to the sea, Lyman believed
it would be n waste of time and money
and n very expensive proposition to keep
open. It could only be done by closing
the canal. He suggested that if the
present canal were widened about four
or six feet and deepened three or four
feet, it would afford a large enough out
let for all the water. The great difficulty
is that the upper part of the canal passes
through the swamp nt this point nud
diverges into no well defined current.
Cattle arc also permitted to pasture along
the caual banks which break over the
edges. He recommends that the land
adjoining the canal be condemned, no
animals allowed along its banks, the
stream deepened and straightened, when
there would be no difficulty iu keeping
the same clean,
Most of the work during the month
had been general repair work including
the weeding and cleaning of side ditches
along the public highways.
I'oilugui'so Church 1'nlr.
As was previously announced the ladies
of the Portuguese Mission of this city
will soon hold a fair for the benefit of
the church which will undergo some
needeii repairs and improvements. This
will take place at the Armory 011 the
afternoon and evening of Saturday the
161I1 of December. Iu connection with
the fair n lunch will be served through
the day oud it is n sufficient guaranty of
the success of the affair to say that the
Mission has secured the services of Airs.
Arnold for this detiartineilt.
m. Tni-bonslein. who for some tlnii!
past has been identified with the Sunday !
j School, will have much to do with ihislTUC P APIPin MIITIIAI I IFF
UUIr. The decorations of the booths and j I HL TAWNO lIU I UrtL LlfT
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1IAUSII AND VICIOUS.
Administration of Iain by Hie l.aud
I.nst week the Kxccutivc Council of the
Hoard of Trade held n special meeting to
consider the laud question .vhich has
been n sore sot with many homesteaders
throughout the County. Complaints
have come from every direction of the
rigid interpretation of the land laws by
official of the Laud Office, ntnl notice of
the cancellation of leases for trivial viola'
tions of the conditions lm been re
The reason for the meeting was the re
ceipt of n letter from Jarcd O. Smith, of
the U. S. Hawaii F.xpcrimeitl Station nt
Honolulu, enclosing copy of n communi
cation from Gifford Piuchott, Forester of
the Department of Agricultutc, making
inquiry concerning the administration of
the laud laws in Hawaii. It is under
stood that the President btw had his
attention called to the tlcploinhlc condi
tion of affairs in Hawaii growing out of
the laud question, the consequent depres
sion of business, the exodus of popula
tion, and that he is anxious to find some
solution far the problems that confront
The Hoard of Tiade has written directly
to Mr. I'incholt regarding the subject of
land matters and the necessity of en
couraging the settlement of the country
by homesteaders. They recommend 11
broad nud liberal laud policy and suggest
the placing the administration of laud
nintters in the baud of the federal gov-,
eminent. Mr. rinchott was told that the
present administration of the land laws
is harsh nud unjust nud operates to drive
away homesteaders nud to keep out
others who would make admirable set
tlers. Homesteaders in Hawaii under the pres
ent system nrc forced to fight nil manner
of opposition on the part of laud officials
in order to ncquirt- title to their land.
The rigid nnd strict construction of the
law nsis placed on the law by the present
l.aud Office, is regarded ns unreasonable
It appears to be the policy of officials
to place only. obstacles in the way of the
, settlement of public lands by while set
laud laws of Hawaii, the Hoard recom
mend that the present Laud Act be re
retained with such modifications ns to
place the proper administration of land
matters with the Commissioner of the
General Land Office, nt Washington, D.
C. If the control of land matters were
taken from the Territorial government
and administered by the federal govern
ment, the Hoard of Trade believe that
immigration would be stimulated, settlers
induced to take up laud and the general
condition nud prosperity of the Territory
HtOM TIIK AXT1LLKS.
j (;mm ,,, Uo ,, ,,,,,. ,..
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llts n City Councilman nt
j Kingston, Jamaica,
1 Mr w o'Rcill Fogarty, who is
I , - ,, ,. ..
a member of the City Council at
Kingston, Jamaica, West Indies,
! writes as follows: "One bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy had
good effect on a cough that was
giving me trauble and I think I
should have been more quickly
relieved if I had continued the re
medy. That it was beneficial and
quick in relieving me there is 110
doubt and it is my intention to ob
tain another bottle." For sale by
Hilo Drug Co.
While the Agents of many
Life Insurance Companies arc
petitioning their Officers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy,
it is n source of great satisfaction
to the Policyholders of the
Pacific Mutual to know that
their Company has been issuing
almost nothing else for years.
No petitioning necessary for
liberality with the good old
The Directors of the Company
arc by the California law made
jointly and severally liable for
all monies ;.M!!K..LKD or
MISAPPROPRIATED by the
officers during the term of office
of such Director, Quite a pro
vision from the SECURITY
what has recently occurred.
The best policies nrc issued by
the best Company on Karth for
INS. GO. OF GALA.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
920 Fort Stroot.
H. E. PICKER,
Nothing To Tear.
Mothers need have no hesitancy I
in giving Chnmbei Iain's Cough
I Remedy to their little ones, ns it
contains nothing injttiiotts. This
remedy is not only perfectly safe to
give to small children, but isa med
icine of great worth nud merit.
lor Sale by Hilo Drug Co.
Subscribe for the Triiiunh
Island subscription $2.50 a vent.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT.ClIAMIU'.US IN l'UOIIATJt.
In the matter of the Hstatc of ALIU2RT
A. '.IMMF.RMANN of Olaa, llnunii
A document, purporting to be the lust
will nnd testament of Albert A. Zimtucr-
111:11111. deceased, having on the 8lh day
of November, A. I). 1905. been presented
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the'probnle thereof, and for the issuance
of letters testanientarv to Mrs. Anna Ziui
ineriuaun haviiiL' been filed bv Mrs. Anna
It is hereby ordered, that Tuesday, the
lath ilny of December, A. D. 1905 nt 10
o'clock A. M., ol said day, at the Court
Koom of said Court, at Hilo, in the Coun
ty and Territory of Hawaii, be, nnd the
same is hereby appointed the time for
proving said will and hearing said uppli-
Cltintl. ulintl Mini ll'ltitrn nlll- .wireMl lit
i,T..ci...l ,,ii,f fn.iw.or-1,11,1 ..,.., 1. .ci ii... ,..ni
nnd the grunting of litters testamentary.
It is further ordered, that notice thereof
be given by publication, for three sue-
cesslve weeks, iu the Hilo Tribune,
newspaper printed nud published iu Hilo.
Unleil November olii, 1905,
CHAUI.KS 1'. PARSONS,
A. S. I.KllARON GITUNKY, Clerk.
W.S. Wish, Attorney for Petitioner. 3 3
In the Circuit Court of the Pouith Circuit,
Territory of Hnv nil.
AT Ciiamhi'.ks In Pkoiiath
In the matter of the Kstate of Ah Wo of1
Pnhoa, Puna, deceased.
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1 KTiTinv Mmi ? Ut JImJ f'
TION A,,MI'NlhTKA -
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On reading nnd .filing the petition of
C. Ah Hip, 11 creditor of said deceased,
alleging that Ah oof Pahoa. Puna.d cd '
intestale nt Pahoa, Puna, on the ,1th ditv 1
, of November, 1905, leaving property in
Hie territory 01 Itawal necessary to be , ,)revius to the time therein nppointcd
ndmiiiistered iqioii, and praying that let- for saj,j bearing.
ters of administration issue to said C Ah ,, . , '. ,,' ,T ,,,-,., ,,
!., I Dated nt Hilo, Hawaii, October s;lh,
It is ordered that Tuesday, the 12th!1905,
day of December. A. D. 1905, nt 10 o'-' CIIAKLKS l'.PARSONS.
clock A. M be, and hereby is appointed J'lRe of the Pourtli Circuit Court,
for hearing said petition iu the court 1 Attest:
room of this Court at Hilo, Hawaii, at A. S. LuHAUON GURNRY,
whicli time and place nil persons con-i Clerk of the Fourth Circuit Court,
cerned may appear and show cause, if1 1-4
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
National Firo Insurance Co.
Niagara Firo Insurance Co.
German-American Firo Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Firo Insuranco Co.
United Statos Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
NOAH W. CRAY
The hotel is a beautiful stone-front, steel-framed, up to-dntc fire-proof
building. Corridors, toilets nud bathrooms are all wainscoted witli Tennes
All rooms are eh-gautly furnished and excellently well ventilated.
Gentle breezes waft through corridors nnd sleeping-rooms day and night.
This hostelry, of already world-wide fame, opened a little over two
years ago, has been favored by patrons from all parts, who unite iu the
opinion that its service, its silver and cutlery, its linen, its china, its crystal,
etc., are equal to those of the best hotels anywhere.
WATliR A three-inilhon-gallon-a-ilay artesian well of one thousand
feet in depth supplies abundance of delightfully soft water of high chemical
purity. Kvery room ill the building has hot nud cold w.iter. All the table
water, ns ell as that supplied to the rooms for drinking purposes, is distilled.
HOTHL FARM The excellency of the table is much enhanced by this
hostelry possessing its own farm, where, from a fine herd of Jersey cows, an
abundant supply of milk and cream is obtained; a fine lot of poultry pro
duces eggs and nice broilers; u lot of choice runts produce the delicate sipinb
required; suckling pig and young pork are produced by a herdol fine Ilcrk
shire hogs. Fresh fruit and vegetables of all kinds are daily supplied from
this farm; frogs and mullet from the ponds are also supplied daily.
ROOF GARDF.N On the fifth lloor, iu centre section of building,
there isa ROOF OARDF.N of one-third of nn ncre in area, furnished with
beaiitilul shrubs; seats and tables are interspersed nud refreshments are
served by active and obliging waiters all day nud throughout the evenings.
Awnings are provided for shelter and band concerts 11 re frequently given.
At one end of this garden there is a large dance p ivilion, while at the other
end there is 11 similar room fitted witli all the comforts for a louiiging-room,
where billiards and other games are enjoyed by ladies nud gentlemen.
From the Roof Garden the whole of the city nud surrounding country,
with the sea on one hand and the verdure clad mountains 011 the other, pre.
sent a paimrauin of tropical beauty wuich for grandeur cannot be btirpated.
Long-distance telephone in every room.
Cable Address "Young's," Honolulu
American and Europoan Plan
SPECIAL RATES TO ISLAND PEOPLE
ntiy they luivc, why said petition should 1
I not be granted, nnd that notice of this or-
I derbe published ill the P.nglish language ,
for three successive weeks in the Hilo I
Tribune, n newspaper ill Hilo.
Dated ill Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 71I1, 19,05. ,
Ily the Court:
A. S. LullARON GURNKV,
Clerk of the Fourth Circuit Court. '
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Cletk. j
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hnwnii," 1
At Ciiamhi'.ks In I'KOIIATlt. '
, In the matter of the Kstatc of L. IJ.
1 Swain, deceased.
JORDF.R TO SHOW CAUSK ON AD
1 MINISTRATOR'S APPLICATION
I TO SF.LL RF.AL KSTATH.
On reading and filing the petition of
I Charles II Swain, Administrator of the,
1 Kstate of L. 15. Swain, deceased, praying I
I for an order of sale of certain real estate '
belonging to the raid 1.. K. Swain, said
real estate being described as follows:
All that certain piece or ptrcel of land
situated at Walpunalei, District ol North
Hilo, Island ami Territory ol Hawaii,
eninprls ng 1.01 .(.. 10. iiouiMien.i aiap
No 16. bounded nnd described ns follows:
ginning nt Hast corner of tills Lot nt 1
? l'"1"1 " '"'I'1' !C,,IK "h corner of
"1 ". 35 U. ijoutli, 33 it. west 01 reler
ei'ce concrete block nt South corner or
I.' t .(, ami running us follows:
t. N. 62 deg. 00 mill. V. true 505 feet
3. N. 71 deg. 50 mill. V. true 95 feet
along the same.
3. N. .18 deg. 20 mill. V. true 282 feet
along the same.
. S. AA UL'g. 3" nun. W. true 373 leet
1 nlong I.Ot (I.
! , 5- ? 45 n'K- 3" nun.
nl"K ';o1 '
,' 5" "eg-3 mill,
1 n,0"K 'l "
IJ. true 780 feet
15. true 406 feet
7. N. tl deg. 50 mill. IJ. true 185 feet
nlong the same to initial point and con
taining nil area of 8.69 acres.
And setting forth certain legal reasons
why such real estate should be sold, to
wit: iiistillicirut personal property to payj
debts of deceased.
I ft So 1tni-i1tt
onlcred that the next of
kin of said L. 15. Swain, and nil persons
interested in the said estate, appear be -
lore tins court on 1 uesilny the 5U1 tiny ol
Member. A. II. 1905. nt ten o'clock n.
';; nl ,lIhe C?,r.t, r"0,n ,f.,ll'iS ?"" In !
Hilo, Hawaii, llicu and there to show
cm"e wy "" ""I" should not be granted '
And it is further ordered thai a notice
of t1l4 (irilT ,e published once n week
for follr succcssive weeks before the said
,lliy of hearing in the Hn.o Trihu.nic. a
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ubiicatiou to be not less than' ten davs
Pure blood makes tho skin
cloar, smooth, healthy.
Immiro 1i1im1 lilnlclira tlio skin with
pimple, sores, boil, eczema, eruptions.
Mr. (1. V. Hurtner, Koezletown, Va., tells
of tho kitl condition he was In, and how
ho was cured by
' Shortly rtfter Ic.ivlnc coHori, I a
tronMi'il with ii ikln illeao wlilrli showed
Jt.olf first at tlio nukles, )'li)alrl.itis pro.
luiuiivcil It eczema, and trcateil uio for that
complaint. Tim eruption crept slomy up
iny llniln, nnd on tli lly, until It i-niel.
upcil tlio wlnilo Ir.une. It kp 1110 Inllnllo
troiilile.witli riint:iiit II1I1I11K. catlii fir rf
dry neali'H.aniln watery llcpilil wliltli would
oxmln from undi-r lli ncali'S, I treated It
furiier tlireo jrarsiiiisilcci'Mfiillyinnil was
uiul.lc tiirhrck It until I l.e(;.in iiliiK.)er's
KiM.ipiri1U. I iied tlireo liottlos of tliW
inedieine, nml w.is roinpletely eureil my
("kill ImtoiiiIih; us smooth and ilear u
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
Prepared by Dr. J. C.Aycr&Co.,Lowcll,Miit.,IJ.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
' H 1 ( OnilfriJlH Cf
1 1U V- UdU VU.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
lv Hilo ar
3115'ar Kcaau ar
' 1 a
1 a.m. I P.M. SUNDAY
8:00! 2:30 lv Hilo....
8:06 2:36 ar....Wniakea .
8:251 2:55'nr... Olaa Mill.
8:32 3:o2Jar Kenan ar
8:491 3:19 ar... 1'erndale ...ar
9:03 3:35'ar..Mouut. V'w..ar
j:25i .i:5S ar... Gleuwood...lv
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 Puua, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kiuati, running
through to Puna and (topping at Paboi.
both going and returning.
13 1 14
a.m. 1 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...01aa Mill...ar 9:10
6:58 'ar..Pahoa Junc.ar 8:42
ar Pahoa ar 8:30
7:20 'ar Puna lv 7:35
5 I 6
A.M I SUNDAY: P.M.
9:00 lv Hilo ar 4:40
9:06 ..'ar... Wniakca...ar 4:35
9:25 ar...01an Mill...ar 4:15
9:501 'ar..Pahoa June 3:47
10:20! 'ar Pahoa ar 3.35
10:551 W Puna lv 3:00
Excursion tickets between nil points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until- the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at yery
1 low rates.
D. V.. MIvTZGF.R,
"He dragged his eyebrow bushes
down, and made a snowy penthouse
'for his hollow eyes." Tennyson.
We all observe these "dragged eye
brows" on faces iuiiumerab'e. A symp
1 loin of eve defect an indication of ghis
need. IJvery symptom has a cause. We
adapt glasses to" every defect of vision by
the latest eye-testing appliances, and pre
scribe them in accordance witli the teach
ings of the authorities 011 the eye.
A. N. SANFORD
llOSTON Ill'ILDING, - HONOLULU
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. P1JASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.