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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1906.
rDBUSIIKU HVKRY TUH3DAY
OrricK, kino Strkbt, Hilo, Hawaii
Tkisunb I) lock,
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Fublliheri aud Proprietor.
J'reildent -C. C. Kenhedv
Vlct-Preildent K- E. Richard.
Secrtary-Treurer J. Castls Riuoway
Auditor A. K. Bottom
Uircctor ..-K. M. TuoMrsoN. D. W. Marsh
Adtertltementa unaccompanied by pecific
Intttuctlona Intcrted until ordered out.
AdvertlKtnenM discontinued before expiration
of apcclfied period will be charged at If con
tinued for lull term.
Chas. M. LeBlond
HawaUa'n, Japanete, and Chinese Interpretera
' and Notary Public In Office.
Office: Sbvkramcb Buiidino,
OppotlteCour House. lULO. HAWAII
C. Henry White
1. e. jatArxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
(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
Opened Saturday, Septem
ber 16, '05. Opposite Fish Market.
Shor Orders a Specialty. Orders for Ice
Cream and Cake attended to promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone No. 17.
A ,S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters ol
Creditissued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention Riven to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, collections
Insurance or requests lor Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Patrka, A nuiet, pleasant retreat.
G. F. BRADSHAW
Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale
by Assignee of Mortgage
Notice St hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in that cer
tain chattel mortgage dated the 31st day
of March, A. D. 1904, and recorded in
the Registry of Conveyance in Liber 356,
PP. 457 to 459, made by M. J. Pacheco
and wife of Hilo, County and Territory
of Hawaii, to The Hilo Mercantile Co. of
Hilo aforesaid, and which said mortgage
was duly assigned to Clay M. Hudson
and T. T. Chave of Hilo aforesaid, by the
said Hilo Mercantile Co., by document
dated January 15th, 1906, the said Clay
M. Hudson and T. T. Chave, assignees as
aforesaid, intend to foreclose said mort-
crno. inr 1trirli nf vttf1tttna Mir.fr. '
contained, to-wit, non-payment of prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice is also given that by virtue of a
power of sale contained in that certain
chattel mortgage dated the 32nd day of
April, A. D. I90i,tuade by M.J. Pacheco
aforesaid, and the Hilo Mercantile Co.
aforesaid, and assigned to the said Clay
M. Hudson and T. T. Chave aforesaid by
document dated January isthj 1906, the
said assignees intend to foreclose said
mortgage for breach of conditions, to-wit,
non-payment of principal and interest.
The property covered by the first mort
gage is a one-story iron-roof dwelling
house, 3a feet by so feet containing 3
rooms with cook-house attached, situated
at PiihonUB, Hilo, Hawaii, on land leased
from John T. Baker.
The property covered by the second
mortgage is one dwelling house of same
size as that described above and situated
in Piihonua aforesaid on laud leased from
J. T. Baker.
Notice is also given that the said dwel
ling houses will be sold at public auction '
at the mauka door of the Court House in
Hilo on Wednesday, the 31st day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1906, at 13 o'clock noon of
the day, by A, S. LeBaron Gurney,
Terms, cash, United States gold coin.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated Hilo, T. H., January 15, 1906.
CLAY M. HUDSON,
T. T. CHAVE,
Assignees of Mortgage.
For further particulars apply to As
signees or Harry Irwin, Attorney for
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITED STATES IN AND FOR
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In Bankruptcy, Docket Number 87.
In the matter of GEORGE W. PATY,
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ON
APPLICATION FOR DISCHARGE.
Whereas application has been made by
the above named Bankrupt for a dis
charge, as provided by Section 14a of the
Bankruptcy Law of 1898; now on motion
of said Bankrupt, it is ordered that all
Creditors of George W. Paty, a Bankrupt
as well as all other parties in interest
show cause at a hearing to be had on
such application before the District
Court of the United States for the Terri
tory of Hawaii at Honolulu, in said
Territory on the isth day of February,
A. D. 1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., or as soon
thereafter as such hearing may be had,
why such application should not be
granted. That notice of such hearing be
given by mailing 0 copy of this order ut
least ten days prior to the date set for
said hearing to each of the Creditors,
parties in interest and attorneys entitled
to notice of proceedings herein and by
publishing a copy thereof in the desig
nated newspaper of Hilo not later that
one week prior to such date.
That such notice be so given by or
under the direction of the Clerk of the
milted States District Court for the
Territory of Hawaii,
Witness the Honorable San ford B.
Dole, Judge of the above entitled Court
and the seal thereof at Honolulu, in said
Territory, on the 32nd dny January,
A. D. 1906.
SKA!. WALTER B
A True Copy, Attest:
Skai. WALTER B.
Dr. A. 11.. Clark will be in Hilo in Feb
ruary and will open au office tor two
A splendid opportunity to secure the
nioht popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Taiuumt.
MOLOKAN CONTRACT SIGNED, ARRIVE IN MARCH
The Molokan contract has been signed at Los Angeles aud the new
settlers for the Island of Hawaii are expected to arrive sometime in
March, according to the Honolulu Commercial Advertiser of January
24, in the following telegrams and interview:
Los Angeles, Jan. 23. To George R. Carter, Governor of Hawaii:
Molokan contract signed. Leave immediately. PRATT.
Los Angeles, Jan. 23. To James B. Castle, Honolulu: Everything
satisfactory; shakel -J DEMENS.
Los, Angeles, Jan. 23. To James
tract signed. Return Sierra
WHAT J. B. CASTLE SAYS.
James B. Castle felt a great sense of relief when he received the good
news from Los Angeles late yesterday afternoon. He had begun to fear
that another pilikia had arrived. Mr. Cattle says he will at once go to
work on the Hakalau proposition, which means the settlementfof more
Molokans on Hawaii in the Hilo district between Honomu ?nd Laupa
hoehoe. It is understood that the Hakalau directorate in San Francisco
Mr, Castle was a iked when he expected the Knpaa Molokans to
arrive. "They ought to be here sometime in the month of March," he
said. "I expect to send Mr. Thielen over on the China to make arrange
ments. The Molokans will probably come on the Olympia which took
the Japanese away from here last year." 7
"Will any of the Molokans come to Honolulu?" was asked.
"No," answered Mr. Castle, "they will go directly to Kapaa. There
is uo chance in sight, just now, to settle Molokans on Oahu."
Gone to Order the New Steamer.
J. A. Kennedy, president of the Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany, left for San Francisco by steamship Mongolia on its last trip, for
the purpose of completing arrangements! and letting the contract for the
construction of a 1500-ton steamer to replace the Kiuau on the Hilo
run. The new boat will have a speed of 15 knots an hour. The name
has not yet been decided upon. '
In his hand, together with his grip, Mr. Kennedy carried the plans
for the new Honolulu-Hilo boat. The steamer is to be a floating palace
and in every way will surpass cither the Kinau, Mauna Loa or the
Claudine, now in service. She will be larger, more elegantly furnished
and have all the latest improvements for the convenience and comfort of
the traveling public.
Mr. Kennedy will negotiate with steamship builders on the coast and
will return to Honolulu as soon as the contract is signed. He will prob
ably be away four or five weeks. ;
The new Inter-Island boat will have a social hall furnished in all the
latest styles. There will be a piano, library;' card tables, and in fact
everything that goes to make up the
The saloon will have elegant hardwood dining tames which will com
pare in style with the big liners that now come into Honolulu's harbor.
The hurricane deck will be' fitted up for the safety and convenience of
the passengers and made as comfortable for travellers as any boat afloat.
The life boats aud rafts will be of the latest patterns. Particular atten
tion is to be given to the cabin state rooms and, as everything else, they
will be supplied with up-to-dale furnishings.
The steamer will be well built to carry the inter-island freight ship
ments. It is stated that the new boat will burn oil. She is expected to be in
commission by November next.
The withdrawal of Governor Carter's endorsement of Judge Robinson
for re-appointment to the office of
the First District has caused a hold up while the department at Wash
ington investigates A special cablegram to the Honolulu Advertiser
from Washington, dated January 22, was as follows:
"Attorney General Moody is personally examining Judge Robinson's
reputation. Appointment expected tomorrow."
The Star received Friday morning from its special correspondent in
Washington a cable: "President directs re-appointment Robinson."
The wording of the dispatch led to
term "directs" is very unusual, but
message meant that a nomination had been sent to the Senate by Presi
Governor Carter III
Governor Carter is so seriously ill that Secretary Atkinson, who is
now on the mainland and about to sail for Europe and the Azores iu
search of emigrants to work on the plantations, has been cabled not to
proceed on his journey on any account until the governor's physicians
can determine whether the secretary will be needed at home to carry on
the business of the Territory.
Dr, J. R. Judd, the physician who is attending Governor Carter, stated
Friday afternoon that the governor's coiidition was improved. There
were no alarming symptoms, and the doctor was disposed to think that
the ailment was a bad attack of influenza, The governor passed a better
night and had better symptoms! He will not be able to get out however,
for a couple of weeks or so, in the opinion of his physician.
Train Wreck on Ewa Plantation.
Two Portuguese were killed, one Porto Rican bad his leg cut off and
seven others, including several Japanese, were seriously injured ns the
result of an accident on the Ewa plantation railroad early Friday
The direct, cause of the wreck was au effort on the part of the engineer
to make a flying switch, said to be contrary to orders.
The two Portuguese who met death were riding on the front end of a
cane car next to the engine wheu the accident occurred.
Bond Issue Sold.
Territorial Treasurer Campbell has sold in New York the $750,000
3J4 per cent bonds at 98. If the rate of sale and the interest are con
sidered, the money for the bonds will cost only 3.66 per cent net, the
lowest rate yet obtained on territorial bonds.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan, 20. The revolutionists have entered Quito,
and Vice-President Moreno has taken the reins of government and
named his cabinet.
Guayaquil, Ecuador, Jan. 21. Moreno's government lasted just one
hour. Rioting followed his assumption of power, and. many people were
killed. Then the people rejected Moreno, and proclaimed General
Alfero, leader of the revolution, president. Order ha3 now been restored.
B. Castle. Honolulu: Knpaa con
equipment of a first class steamer.
Third Judge of the Circuit Court of
some speculation. The use of the
it was generally thought that the
Trouble in Vladivostok.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 26. A mutiny has broken out in Vladivostok.
Trans-Siberian Railway Opened.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 26. The Trans-Siberian railway has resumed
For Emergency Appointment.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 26. Representative Jenkins of Wisconsin
today introduced in the House a bill authorizing U. S. Judge Dole of
Hawaii to designate another judge to hold the U. S. District Court ses
sions in the Territory of Hawaii, in event of the incumbent being dis
qualified from sitting in a case.
General Joe Wheeler is Dead. - '
New York, Jan. 25. General Joe Wheeler, the noted southern leader,
died here today.
Statehood Bill Passes House.
Washington, D. C, Jan. 25. The House of Representatives today
passed the Statehood bill to organize the territories of Arizona and New
Mexico as the State of Arizona, and Uhe Territory of Oklahoma ami
Indian Territory as the State of Oklahoma.
One of the greatest fights in the present session of Congress is that"
being made to secure the admission of Arizoua and New Mexico as one
state of the Union, and of Oklahoma as another. The plan has the ap
proval of Roosevelt, and the fight for joint statehood is led by Beveridge
in the Senate, and the party leaders in the House. No strenuous op
position has developed to the Oklahoma-Indian Territory plan, but a
strong party has sprung up in opposition to the union of Ai izona and
New Mexico. Almost the entire population of Arizona, indeed, is
opposed to joint statehood, and the California delegation in Congress has
stood with the people of Arizona iu the fight.
St. Petersburg, Jan. 24. The constitutional democratic convention
has declared in favor of a constitutional parliamentary monarchy. The
finances of the empire are causing great uneasiness.
Eight-Hour Day for Panama.
Washington, Jan. 24. The House of Representatives has decided
that it will not abrogate the eight-hour day provision of the Panama
bill, and also that the Canal Commissioners shall not receive the pro
posed additional compensation.
Chinese Statesmen In Washington.
Washington, Jan. 24. The Imperial Chinese Commissioners have ar
These are the Commissioners sent to America by the Dowager Em
press to study foreign systems of government. They lately passed,
Steamer Wrecked, Great Loss of Life.
Victoria, B, C, Jan. 24. The steamer Valencia, bound from San
Francisco to Puget Sound, with one hundred passengers on board and a
crew of thirty-five, is on the rocks ten miles cast of Cape Beale, Van
couver's Island. A boat's crew of six persons has arrived at Beale, and
reported that the nassenuers and members of the crew remnininir nn i,
vessel are probably doomed. Many
leave the ship.
Ihe Mayor dispatched a tug, with the Esquiraalt life-saving crew on
board, to the scene of the wreck. They reported later that the seas had
swept the rigging of the Valencia, all those left on the wreck perishing.
Those drowned number one hundred and thirty-nine, and there were
only fifteen saved.
Seattle, Jan. 26. The steamer City of Topeka arrived here this morn
ing with twenty-three survivors from the wrecked steamer Valencia.
The total number now saved according to the steamship officials in
forty. Sixty-one are believed to have been still on board when the
Valencia broke up.
Cape Beale is on the southerly side of the entrance to Barclay Sound,
a natural harbor from which the remarkable Alberui canal, as it is
called, debouches. The Valencia was dispatched from San Francisco
by the Pacific Coast Steamship Company on January 6th, taking the
run of the city of Pueblo, which had been brought into port two days
earlier in a disabled condition. The Valencia was commanded by Captain
Cann, a mariner well known along the California coast. She was of
1 198 tons register. The Valencia was in Honolulu harbor several times
during the Saanish war, having been in the transport service and iu that
capacity making a number of trips across the Pacific
' Council Favors Franchises.
Oakland. Cal.. Tan. 21. The citv cnnnnil line rfnmnm...i.i ,...:....
harbor terminal franchises to the Western Pacific milrnni r -,., w,..
John Mitchell Re-elected.
Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 23. President John Mitchell was today re
elected head ot the United Mine Workers of America at the national
couvetition of that body.
French Cruisers Sail.
Port of Spain, Jan. 23. Two French cruisers sailed today under,
sealed orders, but presumably for Venezuela to enforce the demands oft
the French government made upon Venezuela.
London, Jan. 21. It is predicted
votes iu Pnrllameut, agaiust 137 for
were drowned iu endeavoring to
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