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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1905.
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HiloTribuno Publishing Company, Ltd
rubllitien biiJ Proprietor.
ITetlJetil C. C. KKNNKliV
Vlce-Prenldent - K Kicharu.
Secretury-Tteniurer .. . J. Casilk Kiuuwav
Auditor A. H. Sutton
Directors U. M. Thompson. 1) W. Mariii
AdvertttemcnU unaccompanied by yecl8t
Instructions inserted tiutll ordered out.
Advertisements discontinued before eiirtlou
of specified period will be charged as If con
tinued for lull term.
Chas. M. LeBlond
Notice Is hereby given that Monday,
Decetnlcr 25th, 1905, and Mondny, Jan
uary 1st, 1906, being legal holidays, nil
Territorial offices will be closed on those
G. K. CARTKR,
Honolulu, December it, 1905. 8.1
Inpanese, and Chinese Interpreter!
nd Notary l'ubllc In Office.
Office: Skvkranck Huilding,
Opposite Cour Home. HILO. HAWAII
C. Henry White
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TR1BUNK BUILDING
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
OF DELINQUENT SHARES OF THE
WAIl'IO LIMALAU, LTD.
By order of the Board of Control of the
WAIl'IO LIMALAU, LTD., for non-
payment of assessments due, I will sell nt
public auction at Honokan, HatuaVua,
County of Hawaii, on Saturday, Decem
ber 30th, 1905, at la o'clock noon, all of
the following numbered Certificates of
Shares Issued by the above Company,
unless the amounts due are paid to the
undersigned on or before the above day:
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, - Hllo, Hawaii
Ceitlficatc No. 7 20
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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
To be opened Saturday, Sep
tember 16. Opposite Fish Market.
Short Orders a Specialty. Orders for Ice
Cream aud Coke attended to promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone No. 17.
Dated Houokna Dec. 13th, 1905. 8-2
A S. LeBaron Gurncy
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
ESTIMATED INCOME AND EXPENSE NEXT YEAR
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters oi
CreditUsued, available in allthe principal
cities of tho world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurauct or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
While the Agents of many
Life Insurance Companies arc
petitioning their Officers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy,
it is a 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
are by the California law made
jointly and severally liable for
alf monies EMBEZZLED 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 are issued by
the best Company on Earth for
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INS. CO. OF CALA.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
020 Fort Stroot.
H. E. PICKER,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
FRIDAY, DHCKMDKR 15th.
The Board of Supervisors convened on Friday morning, December
15th, to consider the budget of expenditures for the ensuing fiscal year,
as required by the county act.
All members, excepting Supervisor" Woods and Shipmau, were pres
ent at 10 a. m. A number of communications and petitions were read
and placed on file. B. H. Brown, Jr., asked that his salary as janitor of
Fireman's Hall be increased to $40 was passed to be taken tip with the
budget. W. M. Kulaiwaa applied for n position in the office of the
County Clerk, which was referred to that official for report.
Desha offered a resolution appropriating 510 per month lor electric
lights for the use of the county band. Passed.
The Secretary of the Board of Health forwarded copies of the health
regulations recently passed by that body regarding expectoration, garbage
rind sprinkling of clothes. The same were placed on file.
The communication from County Attorney Williams, wherein he
maintains that his office is not subject to the supervision of the Super
visors, and therefore he is not required to make any official report to the
Board, was taken up and discussed. Supervisor Fernandez moved that
in all of its official actions hereafter ie Board ignore the County Attor
ney's office. Upon .1 vole Desha, Fernandez and Moir favored this
action, and Kalniwaa and MakuaLuie voted against the proposition.
Mr. Fernandez then moved that the approval heretofore given of the
appointment of Noa W. Aluli as Deputy County Attorney be revoked.
Upon putting this motion, the Chair announced the vote to be the same
as on the first motion, and the Clerk was instructed tn notify Mr. Aluli
that his services were no longer necessary.
Supervisor Fernandez, from the Police Committee, presented a unani
mous report of the investigations of that committee into the charges
agqiust Deputy Sheriff Rickard. They state they have examined a
large number ol witnesses, aim present a transcript ot me evidence which
was nlnced on the secret file. Thcv recommend that Mr. Rickard be
summoned to appear before the Board and be given an opportunity to
defend himself. The report was apted without delay and the Clerk
was instructed to issue a summons.
A petition signed by 64 residents, voters of Hamakua, expressed their
confidence in Deputy Sheriff Rickard and asked that other witnesses be
summoned to testify. The petition 'nl be considered together with the
Supervisor Kalaiwaa called attention to the absence of a clock, stating
that he could not tell when it was dinner time. After receiving the
budget as prepared by the Clerk Pita and the Deputy Treasurer Ryan,
the Board took a recess until the afternoon.
Upon reconvening, at 1:30 o'clock, the Board resolved itself into a
Committee of the Whole for the consideration of the proposed budget
of expenses for the year 1906. Mr. .Moir was chosen Chairman and the
different items of the budget ware cicusscd at length.
The estimates which are based upon the expenditures for the past six
months, are substantially as follows:
Estimated cash on hand, Dec. 31, 1905, $10,719. To this is to be
added the amount due from the Territory between January 1st and
isth. S28.500, and so per cent, of tax receipt for the year 1906, amount
ing to Siso.ooo. making a total of $189,219. The police salaries for the
ensuing year, provided no increase is made in the police force, is estimat
ed at 512,000, leaving a oaianceio me creuu 10 us cxpenueu utiriug wie
year, approximately $177,219.
The estimated expenditures for the year 1906 includes: Salaries fixed
bv statute. 522,780: salaries fixed by Supervisors, $6,780; Court ex
penses, 8 terms at $600, $4,800; Maintenance of prisoners, $2,000;
Salaries of police, $24,000; County band, $1,200; Rents, $1,000; Elec
tric lights, $230: Ice, $60; Office supplies, $600; Telephones, $i,Soo;
Coroners' jurors, $500; Discount of Territorial warrants, $250; Furni
ture and fixtures, $500; Miscellaneous expenditures, $3,000, making a
total of $69,500, which deducted from the estimated income of $177,219,
leaves a surplus approximately of $107,719.
It was provided that the several items estimated and passed by the
Board and the estimated surplus and appropriations may at any time be
changed by the Board. The budget was then passed without opposition,
and the Board adjourned until Saturday morning.
Favor Ship Subsidy.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 1.1. The ship subsidy bill nrovidinc a sub
sidy for American built vessels will be favorably reported to the Senate.
Alice to Wed Longworth.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 13. The engagement of Alice Roosevelt to
Congressman Longworth was announced today.
Gearin Succeeds Senator Mitchell.
Salem, Oregon, Dec. 13. The Governor today appointed John M.
Gearin, U. S. Senator to succeed the late Senator John M. .Mitchell.
Schooner Florence is Wrecked.
San Jose, Costa Rica, Dec. 13. The schooner Florence has been
wrecked. British Consul Wood of Port Lemon and five others were
Court Refuses a Recount.
Albany, N. Y., Dec. 13. The State Court of Appeals has decided
against Hearst in the ballot recount case, involving the election of the
Mayor of New York City.
Hearst alleged fraud in the election held November 71I1. McClellan
(Dem.) received 228,651 votes; Hearst (Ind.) received 225,160 votes,
and Ivins (Rep.) 137,049 votes.
The campaign was early marked by remarkable demonstrations of
enthusiasm for Hearst, independent candidate for mayor on a municipal
ownership ticket and a war against Tammany rule. It was generally
conceded that Ivins, the Republican candidate for mayor, had no chance
to win. Alter a campaign on these hues, the wealth and power of
the city backing McClellan, and the poletariat backing Hearst, Mc
Clellan was declared elected' Tammany appears to be losinc its influence.
Jerome, an independent, anti-boss candidate wasclected district attorney,
and Hearst, without an organization, after a brief campaign, received
within a few thousand votes as many as Tammany, with all its powers,
and with three tickets in the field. Hearst drew his strength almost
equally from the two old parties. McCIellnn's vote is some 110,000
smaller than it was two years ago, while Ivins's is about 125,000 less
than Low's in the same election.
Did Not Want Any Advice.
Facing on Court House and Ililo Hotel
Parks, A quiet, pleaBaut retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
National Cane Shredders,
The Supervisors convened Saturday morning, and after the usual
formality of prayer and reading the minutes of the previous day, the
Board proceeded to take up the charges against Deputy Sheriff Wm. J.
Rickard, Attorney Carl S.Smith appearing for the defendent.
An opportunity was given Deputy Sheriff Rickard to enter his plea,
but the attorney presented a formal pleading in the form of a legal de
murrer. Some of the Supervisors did not know the nature of this pro
ceeding, and Supervisor Desha objected to the defendant having counsel,
stating that he could say whether he was "guilty" or otherwise. Smith
pressed his motion, which in effect was a request that more explicit
charges be furnished the defendant, so that he might know what he was
called upon to answer.
Smith had occupied the floor for perhaps half an hour, giving his ver
sion of what the law meant and attributing to the supervisprs the func
tions of judge and jury, sitting in trial of his client. Turning to Super
visor I'eruaiuiez, ne asueu: onppu.ii; you, mi. vjui:ivi-ui, nut
charged with being unfit for office as a member of this Board or as a
member of the House ot Representatives, couiu you answer sucu a gen
eral accusation?" Growing red, Fernandez retorted "It would be up to
me to defend myself. I do not care what charge you brought against
me, it would be up to me to defend myself." Then with a dramatic
wave of the hand, the counsel exclaimed, "Then I say heaven help you,
if vou were required to defend yourself."
This was tio much for Fernandez who jumped to his feet and appealed
to the chair, that he did not want to be insulted by the counsel for the
defense. Moir called Fernandez to order, stating that Smith had the
floor and for a time, it seemed there would be a scene. Reverend
Desha raised his voice in protest against the remarks of counsel, stating
that he wanted to see both sides have a hearing, but he did not care to
listen to advice. "The Board has a County Attorney lo give them legal
advice, althouerh. to be sure, we have decided to ignore him in the fu
ture. The attorney's remarks comparing us with the nine judges who
decided witchcraft cases a few centuries ago, has no place hi this hall. I
After Mr. Rickard has put in his plea and defense, then Mr. Smith can
make his speech, but this is not the proper time for it." 1
Fernandez threatened to leave the room, if the defendant's lawyer 1
continued to take up the time of the Board. Chairman Moir finally
New York, Dec. 13. Charles A. Peabody has been elected President
of the Mutual Life Insurance Company in place of McCurdy, resigned.
New York, N. Y., Dec. 12. The Prudential Life Insurance Com
pany of which United States Senator Dryden is the head, contributed
$32,000 to the Republican campaign funds.
New York, Dec. 13. At theinsuraucc investigation yesterday Thouns
Ryan, the new president of the Equitable, testified that E. H. Harriman
threatened to damage the Equitable by political means unless he would
sell out his controlling interest in that company.
New York, Dec. 13. Geo W. Peikins has resigned his position as
vice president of the New York Life Iusurnnce Co.
Boston Went Democratic.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 12. Ihe Democrats were victorious in the
Boston election for mayor and city officials held yesterday.
Ten Million For the Queen.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 12. Vice-President Fail banks has presented
to the consideration of the Senate a petition from ex-Queen Liliuokalani
of Hawaii asking for $10,000,000 as reimbursement for her dethronement.
War on Freight Discrimination.
Washington, Dec. 12. The Attorney General has notified all United
States District Attorneys to take steps immediately to enforce the provi
sions of the Ei'iiiis act against the granting of rebates and nil other dis
criminations 011 the part of carriers.
Panic, Mutiny and Revolt.
Warsaw, Dec. 12. The servants have declared a general strike.
Warsaw, Russia, Dec. 13. The Catholic clergymen are demanding
autonomy for Poland. .
Lavonia, Dec 13. The fort commanding Riga, the capital of the
province of Livonia, and its harbor has been captured by the insurgents.
The governor and other officials are prisoners. (Riga is 011 the Baltic).
St. Petersburg, Dec. 13. A provisional government has been estab
lished in Livonia. Many troops have gone over to the insurrectionists.
Moscow, Dec. 13. A panic prevails. There are many bankruptcies
auu a complete collapse 01 business in me provinces.
Colombo, Ceylon, Dec. 14 One hundred Russians on board the Rus
sian battleship Czaaevitch, now in the harbor, have revolted and military
assistance has been asked. Fifty of the mutineers have been taken
A Japanese Sugar Plantation.
B. F. Dillingham, who returned from the Orient in the S. S. Korea
the other day, brings back the report that Jap.111e.se capital will be
directed to Hawaii in the exploitation of a Japanese sugar plantation in
Mr. Dillingham says: "Japanese fanners are coming to take up a
five thousand acre tract of laud in Olaa, leasing lands from the platitn-
poured oil on the troubled waters by explaining what was desired, which tion upon which to raise cane to sell to the mill. The Honorable Aoki,
was that "more explicit charges" be furnished Mr. Rickard to enable a member of the Japanese parliament representing Japanese capital
him to prepare his defense. After the storm had blown over, the Board heads the scheme and he will arrive in Honolulu next month to cou-
excused Mr. Smith and decided to let the impeachment proceedings go sumniate details of the plan,
over until the next meetintr. In the meantime, Deputy Attorney Aluli, "Contracts for the purchase of cane raised bv the settlers, for the
Baldwin Locomotives, wil0 had been reinstated, was authorized to go to Hamakua, thoroughly mill have been agreed on. They will lease their lauds from the planta
in c. o . r P '' investigate the matter and prepare a more detailed complaint, a copy of tion for a long term of years.
Lross 4 Sons sugar Lane I wi,jcn wjh ue furnished Deputy Sheriff Rickard before the next meeting. "They will bring their families with them. Aoki assured me that
and Coffee Fertilizers At 11:30 o'clock a. m, the meeting adjourned until January aud, jthey were of a good class of Japanese."
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