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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY i, 1906.
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I'UDUSHIU) VRY TUHSDAV
Orrics, Kino Strrrt, IIilo, Hawaii
EUIp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publisher and Proprietors.
President -C. C. Kknnrdy
Vice-President I. W. Marbii
Secretary-Treasurer J. W. Marsh
Auditor - K. I. Lillib
Directors ......O. A. Cool., C. McI.bKNAN
Advertisements unaccompanied by peel fit
Instructions Inserted until ordered out.
Adrertlsements discontinued before expiration
of specified period will be charged aa If con
tinued for lull term.
Chas. M. LeBlond
Hawaiian, Japanese.. and Chinese Interpreters
and Notary public lu Office.
Office: Sbvkranck Building,
Opposite Cour House. HILO, HAWAII
C. Henry White
I. E. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waianuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
W. H. BEERS
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
executor. Rents anu Hills collected..
Office with I. E. Ra. Telephone 146
A S. LeBaron Gurney
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
Hamakua, Hawaii, to Jos. Burlcinshaw.
ofllonokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, as mort
gagee, dated the 33rd day of February,
A. D. 1901, and recorded in the office of
the Registrar of Conveyances in Hono
lulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, in Liber
210, on Pages 15J and 153, the said Jos.
Btukinshaw, mortgagee, intends to fore-
close the said morttraire for comlhlnn
broken, to wit: the non payment of both
principal and interest when due, and
upon such foreclosure, the uiortunuee
will sell the premises described in the
said mortgage at public auction In front
of the Telephone Office at Houokaa, Ha
makua, County of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, on Friday, the 35th day of May,
A. D. 1906. at is o'clock noon of said
The premises covered by the said niort
mortgage and to be sold as above con
All that certain piece or parcel of land
situated at Kuaikalua. Hamakua. Ha.
wall, described fully in R. P. 3771 and
L. C. A. 8381, together with all and
singular the tenements, hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in any wise appertaining.
Further particulars can be had from
M. T. Furtado. attortiev for llir mnri.
Terms: Cash, U. S. gold coin. Deeds
at the expense of purchasers.
Dated April ai, 1906, at Honokaa,
May 1, 8, 15, 23
Mortgagee's Notico of
Intention to Foreclose
and of Sale.
Notice is hereby Riven that pursuant to Washington, April 4. In congress today, Mr. Lacey, from the com
the power of sale contained In that cer-' mittce on Public Lands, submitted the following:
lain mortgage made by Mrs. Lopeka I The committee on Public Lands, to whom was referred the bill (H.
Kouakahi and John Kauakahi, her J R. 10, 106) providing for the setting aside for governmental purposes of
husband, as mortgagors, of Honokaia. certain Ground iu Hilo. Hawaii, submit the folhuvintr rnnr.
The Department of the Interior has referred this bill to the governor
of Hawaii, who recommends its passage after amending the bill by ex
cepting a part of the tract heretofore conveyed.
fCorresnotldence between Sprrtor" TTitnir.rU om.I tr.. t tj t
chuirman of the committee on public lands, House of Representatives,
uuuna, umuvc iu iuc sciiiug usiuq iur governmental purposes a certain
block of ground in Hilo, the secretary stating that the matter had been
4fm'Ar1 (n 4-1 a nniiAkKna 4 it.. T .S... 1
i.ii.ii.u iu me guvcmui ui tut icrrnury.j
Executive Chamber, Honolulu, Hawaii, March 2, 1906.
Sir: In reply to your memorandum of January 31, covering n letter
addressed lo yourself by Hon. John F. Lacey, chairman of the com
mittee on Public Lands, House of Representatives, and asking for im
mediate report relating to H. R. 10,106, "A bill providing for the setting
aside for governmental purposes of certain ground in Hilo, Hawaii," I
have the honor to rennrf- that a nnrltnt, rtf Klnot- C -... I... . r . ..:...
. ,r. .... r.,... . ... , t2 fj iw icci, siiu-
ated at the corner of Waianuenue street and Bridge street, has just been
deeded to the Hilo Masonic Association in exchange for a site for the
Hllo Hlpll School. Tllfajnrtinti iciraa Aiicroroctori raMnn.iJ. ..A
proved at a mass meeting of citizens dfeHilo, held in December, 1905, to
meet Superintendent Babbitt of the Department of Public Instruction,
for the purpose of discussing the location for a sight for the said high
The remainder of block C is still available for a Federal building site,
and. in my opinion, should be declared1 a government reservation for
I have the honor to be, sir, your obedient servant,
fc A. L. C. ATKINSON,
r , &?-ActinE Governor of Hawaii.
HON. E. A. HITCHCnrtf. if
Secretary of the Interior, Washington, D. C.
Your committee, basing their action upon the foregoing communica
tion, recommend the following amendment:
"Excepting therefrom so much of.saAftract as has been deeded to the
Hilo Masonic Association of the Territory oY Hawaii."
As amended the committee recommend that the bill do pass.
REMAINDER OF BLOCK FOR FEDERAL PURPOSES
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - Oauu, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Credit Issued, available iu all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
lioolalia Manao Paniku
a Kuai a ka Men Paa
a.c uooiaua 1a oku net t lcuiilce al me
ka tuaua kuai e paa la nei maloko o ke
kahi moraki i liana ia e Mrs. Lepeka
Kauakahi ame John Kauakahi, kaua
kane mare, na mea moraki mai, o Hono
kola, Hamakua, Hawaii, ia Jos. Burkin-
shaw, o Honokaa, Hamakua. Hawaii.
ka mea e paa nei i ka moraki, i liana ia
ma ka la 2 o Feberuari. A. D. toot . t
w -' - - -,
hoopaa ia maloko o ke Keena Kakau
Kope ma Honolulu, Oahu, Terltori o
Hawaii, Iloko o ka Buke 320, ma na Aoao
152 ame 153, a o Jos. Burkiushaw i
olelo ia, ka mea e paa nei i ua moraki la,
ke manao nei c paniku i ua moraki la i
olelo ia no ke kumu ka uhaki ia o ua
olelo o loko, ola hoi: ka hookaa ole ia o
ke kumupaa ame ka ukupanee i ka wa e
uku al, a mamull o ka manao e paniku.
e kuai kudala aku ana ka mea c paa nei i
ka moraki ma ke akea i na pa hale i ho.
ike ia maloko o ua moraki la i olelo ia.
ma ke alo o ke Keena Telennnn. mn
Honokaa, Hamakua, Kalana o Hawaii.
Teritori o Hawaii, ma ka Poallma, la 35
o Mel, A. D. 1906, ma ka hora 13 o ka la
i olelo ia.
Mea Paa Moraki.
O na pa hale i paa maloko o ua moraki
la 1 olelo ia a e kuai kudala ia aku ana
ma ke akea, e like me la i hoike ia ma
luna ae nei, oia iho keia:
O kela apana a i ole pauku alna e wa
iho nei ma Kuaikalua, Hamakua, Ha
waii, a i hoakaka piha ia maloko o ka
K- P. 3771 nuie ka L. C. A. 8381, me na
pono apau a hookah! palm o na kuleana
hoolimalima ame kekahi mau pono e ae
e pill Ria i ua apana alna la.
No ua mea aku I koc c uiiiau la M. T.
Furtado, loio 110 ka mea paa moraki.
Dala kuike. Ma ke data gula o Ame
rlka. Na lilo liana palapala i ka poe e
liana ia ma ka la 21 o Aperila, 1906, ma
Mei 1,8, 15, 22
A Successful Show.
Four Million Loss at Stanford.
Carl S. Smith received at 5 p. m. Monday the following cable from
"Stanford University loss $4,000,000. The following buildings de
molished: Memorial Chapel, Gymnasium. Museum, and other
Loss of Life and Property;
San Francisco. Anril e Ti, pnr,.H.. .s. . ., ,.- , . .
., . ;, 1 - -" vuiuiisi cjiiuiiiics iuc ucau as at least
one thousand. 1 here are believed to be many bodies in the ruins of big
buildiims. ' It is est mated tlmr inn i,..:.i :.. .i.t m- ,h
. . . . ... uuiuu in mis wuy. inc in-
surance companies latest estimates place the loss at three hundred mil-
....-. ..... u. iu io33 is covereu oy insurance, according to the esti
mates. Federal Supervision of Relief.
Oakland. Cal., April 26,-The Federal authorities have taken charge
of the relief work, but the municipal authorities are permitted to co
operate with them.
The Board of Trade entertainment at Spreckels' hall Saturday hight
was well patronized and was a success both financially and as a per
formance, and the indebtenness on Mooheau hall will be reduced by
about $150 from the proceeds. Much credit is due Dr. Hayes who pro
posed and carried through the plan, andfto Tall who took part in the
interesting program. This consisted of iib swinging by W. H. Hiser
man; song, "April Rain," Miss Kuulei Hapai, who responded to an en-
' "JU,,u,ut;"t iiuiJitms, mrs. n. u. iiiiot: pntuomine song,
"The Last Rose of Summer," by Edna Curtis, Mildred Luscombe, Eliza
Desha, Annie Chalmers, Amy Williams, Alice Mumby, Sinclair Bnttey,
Gloria Miguel, Victoria Horner; Ethiopian sketch by Messrs. J. D.
Easton and J. U. Smith; a one act comedy, "The First Time," by Mr.
N. G. Campion, Miss Grace Rutherford, Mrs. H. B. Eliot, Mrs. A. G.
Curtis, Mr. D. E. Metzger; Florodora Sextette, Misses Kuulei Hapai,
Hannah Akamu, Emma Akamu, Kalei Ewaliko, Josephine Kaihenui
and Mercy Akau, and Messrs. W. H. Beers, Adam Baker, M. Victer,
Henry Rose, C. B. Lyman and Jeremiah Maluo.
The committee of arrangements were J. Castle Ridgeway, D. E.
Metzeer. R. A. Lvman. Tr.. N. O. Gammon, n. t? AflVmcn o..,i t it
An enjoyable dance concluded the entertainment.
Later Earthquake Shock.
from HoSS00' 26,"The' steamcr Alamed arrived yesterday
An earthquake yesterday afternoon broke the water pipes and killed
one woman. She was struck by a falling chimney which had been
weakened by the previous shock.
A representative of the National Bank of New York has arrived here
and Dromises everv nmKtnnm n fi, ii.:. : .:.....- r
tc . ... , ,i7i . iui, uuuMufi iiouiuiions 01 can Fran
cisco to aid in rebuilding the city.
ah n nances are placed 111 the hands of regular organized committees
which keen remtlnr hnnba ,.! rr.,. . .t? -...n..-.. ... ieci
the War Department. ' U,"K ra,mi,ce a,m t0
The Fire Insurance Companies.
m Vt Pr ' "T,1.1 ls.believcd that foreign insurance companies
vi 1 meet their various obligations caused by the recent San Francisco
Holocaust. Several American insurance concerns are heavily involved
and may possibly withdraw after paying up the various claims. '
Wder'Ourbf nh'ahR- r'
Oakland. Anril 26. The nmnvni nr Auri r, o... .
ceeding rapidly. """ """' J" -raucisco pro-
That city is partially lighted tonight.
The Spreckels building is safe and will be lestored. '
The Call printing presses have been saved.
The sugar factory was not burned.
The new addition to the Chronical building was not serious'ly damaccd
A temporary trolley line is being operated on Market street. '
It is proposed to build extensive docks in Oakland.
The repairs to Stanford University are delayed
HiTntera"CpoliS,llna,OWI1 W,U Prbably be ,ocnted "ear ,lie Presiuio r
locStUrittese.tCa,f hCre C-0perati,,e wilh Geeral Greely and the
Hotly Contested Case.
I In accordance with the rules of the Nv
I tlonal Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed aud Desk
nuips, etc., always on band.
Fan Motors . sis
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sewing Machine Motor 20
tlntmtmm Ctw mturnliMr t1iai s .u-iL
All Height Sent to ships by our launches Installation charueil .ilrn
will be charged to shippers unless accom- '".stallatlon charged extra,
panied by a written order from the cap- Estimates furnished on nil classes ol
tains of vessels. j Electrical Work and Contractu taken to
jotf R. A. LUCAS & CO, I iuatull apparatus complete,
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
Hilo Electric Light Co., ltd.
Houses Wired and
Thetrial of Tom Fnv Kim nrrpcif.fl for ti. ;. r ...:. ...s.i.
OUt legal nuthontv the horlv of T.po Wn Xtnn Trnm nna . r.i... ni.i
j -,-. .. uu 11 uui uiic (Jill l Ul l UC V.UHICSC
cemetery to another part, has been on trial in Judge Hapai's court dur
ing the entire week and not a little legal ability has been exercised in
iuc case, Air. Leiiiona's eloquence beine wafted on tin. hrPP n cur-
rounding blocks. Mr. LeBlond is defending the case and Deputy Sheriff
.vim, umuicu u; rtiiunicy v-an omim are prosecuting, rue uelense
maintains that the body was interred contrary to the rules of the ceme
tery association and at the peril of the friends making the interment.
Caretaker Sat Sui was arrested on Thursday on the same charge, and on
Saturday Lau On and Yong Kat were arrested on the charge of suborna
tion of neriurv. The latter three once mmo 11 r, rr !,.:., ur
I w w - - v - HV.h au w t4 l nit (4 Wd I Jill ml. UvlUI C
Judge Hapai on Monday. The two tongs, composed of Chinese from
Hostile states, are involved and China-town is thorouehly aroused over
the case. Wonc How. understood to linve hPen cont hv ti, ni,tn.
consul at Honolulu to adjust the case, if possible, arrived on Wednes.
day's Kinau, but evidently did not succeed in his mission.
Activity in Road Department.
The cut made on Pitman street for the rlnndu nl.rnncn i..i:..
material for filling on Volcauo streot, and of evening the grade at the
point from which removed, in its present condition is causing inconven
ience. As this is n mtieli-trnvelprl ilirnvMirrl.C,,... j !.. :.
uVj , 7. . -- i.".wuSu.iv; uuu 111 ua urcscni con-
uuioii is lmpassaoie, tne road department will lose no time in finishing
the work so well begun of macadamizing the street. The road depart
ment is maKing a goott account ot itselt, under Supervisor Lyman. A
tramwav on which enrs nre onernteH hu nrn..L.. r- .-- . ..
... r.. j b.u.ijr iui iiauaiJUIllUg TOCK
from the quarry to the crusher, has been constructed, and numerous de
vices are employed here for the saving of time and labor, which are
1 uiicy 10 iuc taxpayer, ine energy exerted and good management
displayed in the road work is commendable.
Temporary Wholesale Houses.
Oakland California, April 27.--.The wholesalers of San Francisco are
arranging for the erection of temporary structures in the down towii
ti theCdty eight thousand carloads of goods are now en route
The free distribution of food is over, and applicants are being turned
In the Presidio Hospitals, the number of patients is decreasine
tomorrow "ne9 lmVe QSked Permis!jio11 to resume' operations
The Union and Risdou Iron Works are to be re-opened at once.
The Southern Pacific, Santa Fe and Ocean Shore railroads have been
given permission to lav their trnel-a ln m.o, 1 -1 j:.j. . ., . . r"
Femoval of debris. "u""'u u,sl"" lo a,u ,u tl,e
San Francisco, April 27.-Oeneral Greely has ntinounced that he will
recomiize no other author tv in Sn T7,n .,:.,., .i... .,... r it wm
Schmitz. This announcement is direeted at nn,.r.. i.,j ayor
Reprieve For Koreans.
Preparing to Rebuild.
Sen Francisco. Anril 27. Survevm-s iin, i,a .,. ..,,..,.,
sjreets.and property lines and Archhect BumTo. b, , n ZZ 3
to aid 11 the rebuilding of the city. Governor Pardee continues 1 is nro-
lions. Relief subscriptions now total four and one-half million dollars.
Seven Square Miles Destroyed.
San Francisco, April a7.-The City Engineer estimates that seven
square miles of the city have been destroyed. Health conditions ii, Sa
Francisco have been greatly improved by reason of the strict enforca
rdent of sanitary regulations. ui.i
San Francisco Relief.
Honolulu, April 27. The five Koreans sentenced to be hanged on
May 2nd for the murder of a sixth on Hawaii last December, have been
reprieved for three weeks. The action was the result ot a petition circu
lated yesterday by W. A. Kinney and Lorrin A. Andrews, and asking
that a reprieve be granted long enouch to Dermit of n tienn'iic i.nir
of the condemned men. and In siftm nfn .1 'Ta::"TZ." ...."" ICTL "V.I.." "" .., ,7Su suuscnoea. uy common consei
ascertain whether there miKht Vo a leas te dlin .SrlrH'! to,a,u" "' a11 suoscr.pt.ons will be turned in to Mr. Smith.
nfmiiH ""' "" "" "-Ba
Actinc Governor Atkinson, ns elmirmnn nf ti, n 1..1.. ... ,.
nuttee, appointed Messrs. Carl S. Smith, C. C. Kennedy S. L Desh"
J. T. Mo.r, and Judge Parsons, of Hilo, members of the committee Si-'
fication was received by Wednesday's mail and within a few hours of
.- ,.., ..... w... uu IICUI j,73U suuscnnea. uy common consent of
Hails Diverted Via Vancouver.
Honolulu. Anril 28. From n cnhWmn, r,.;...l .1.' ..
Davis & Co. it appears that the British mails which would have been
dispatched April 19 by the S. S. Scnoma from San Francisco were sent
north to Vancouver and were there transferred to the Moann
Application For Hilo Property.
Honolulu, April 26.- -Hilo Masonic Hall Association Limited h
applied to the Court of Land Registration for land fSig S; 6 fiw
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