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HII.O, HAWAII, HAWAIIANflSLANDS, TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 1906.
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Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale
Notice is hereby Riven that by virtue Honolulu, June 6. A cablegram was, received from E. R". Stackable,
of a power of sale contained in that cer-. tho special representative of the board, from Washington. This cable
tain Indenture of mortgage dated the gram, dated at Washington was as follows:
,3U l,a' of November. A. I). 1903. made
bv and between Holi. mortgaEor. of
irawall, and M. R. Cadlnba, mortgagee, .
of Honouiu. Island and Territory afore-!
which told U10t,8a8e was dnly
executed ami delivered bv the said Holl. I
ou tlie ,jale aforMHj,i( alui whlch tuort-'
gage was recorded
In tbe Register Office
Honolulu, Oahu, T.
of Conveyances at
II , on tbe 14th day of December, A. D.
1903, in Liber 256 on pages 164 to 166,
tbe description whereof Is as follows :
That certain five (5) acres of land situate
at Kalaoa, Island and Territory of Hawaii,
being and lying between the Government
road and tbe sea. Being more particu
larly described in a deed executed on the
6th day of June, A. D. 1888, from Keolio
and Nalua to the said Holi, and recorded
at Honolulu, in book 68, pages 231 ami
233. Tbe above Five (5) acres being the
remainder of the twelve and one-half
(ia) acres described in the aforesaid
deed, five acres being sold to Holi, Jr.,
and two acres to Bila Waialee, which
sales and deeds are duly recorde'd at
The aforesaid M. R. Carditis, mortga
gee, intends to foreclose" said mortgage
for breach of conditions therein con
tained, to-wit, non-payment of interest
Notice is hereby also given that by virtue
of a power of sale hi the aforesaid mort
gage as heretofore mentioned, the above
mentioned property, together with all
the improvements and appurtenances
thereon and thereto contained, will be
sold at public auction at the mauka door
of the Court House in Hilo, on the 33rd
day of June, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon of the day, by A. S. Le Bnroui Gur
Terms Cash, United States Gold Coin.
Deed at the expense of purchaser.
M. R. CADINHA, Mortgagee.
By J. S.FERRY.
Dated, Hilo, H. T May 24th. 1906.
For further particulars apply to
JOS. S. FERRY,
31-4 Attorney for Mortgagee.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed that tbe Circuit Judge of tbe
Fourth Circuit has appointed the under
signed Administrator of the Estate of
Umazo Hongo, deceased, and that the
undersigned has qualified as such Admin
istrator. All accounts against the said
Estate must be filed with the said
Administrator within six mouths from
tbe date hereof, together with proper
vouchers, duly verified, or the accounts
will be forever barred. '
(Slgned( YOSHIZU HONGO.
Cart, S. Smith, Attorney.
Hllo, May 29, 1906. 31-3
United States of America , I
Territory of Hawaii, J
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMBKKS IN PR0UAT8
In the matter af the Estate of JAMES
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINISTRA
TION. On reading and filing the petition of
Robert Eraser, next friend of James Bush,
deceased, alleging that said James Bush,
or Vaaubau, Hamakua, Hawaii, T. H,,
died intestate at said Paaubau, on or
about the 17th day of May, A. D. 1906,
leaving property within the jurisdiction
of this Court necessary to be administered
upon, and praying that letters of admin
istration issue to him, the said Robert
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 3rd day
of July, A. D. 1906, at to o'clock a. 111.,
be and hereby is appointed the time for
hearing mid petition, in the Court room
of this Court, at Hilo, Hawaii, at which
time atid place all persons interested may
appearand show cause, if any they have,
wjiy said petition should not be granted.
It is further ordered, tli.it notice of this
order be published three successive weeks
In the Hilo Tribune, in Hilo, Hawaii,
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, M y 29th, 1906.
CHARLES F. PARSONS,
A. S. I.KBARON GURNEY,
(Seal) W. S. WISE,
Attorney for the Petitioner.
Readers of popular magaztues are affor
ded a npleudid opnrtunity to subscribe
for the Ladies Home Journal, Saturday
Evening Post, Everybody's Magacine
and Ueview'of'Reviews'in the club offer
with the Tuiuunu. See adv.
"Roosevelt Sargent support; goes
Italians." - I
mi,- 2f ..ttrtarctnnrt In niooil ftlal
missiouer General Sargent suppor
settlers here, and that each goes
apparently recommends that the Board seek first to secure Italians.
The original plans of the Bwird were to seek first to secure Portu-
guese from the Azores and Madeira,
guese from these islands here, aud.'they have proved themselves excellent
citizens and workers. Failing in securing as many a3 are desired of
this class it was the intention of the
the peasant class of northern Italyi
Honolulu, June 8. The Editorial Association of Southern California
is to come to Honolulu on September i. Tbe Southern California Edi
torial Association has a membership of 175. The number in the party
is limited to 60 people. Secretary Woods stated this morning that he
will push the work of getting ready, to entertain them ahead rapidly so
that there will be no slip.
Distiiiery in South Kona.
Honolulu, June 8. Plans are on foot to establish a distillery in
Vanilla Valley, South Kona, Hawaii, for t,he purpose of distilling the
native liquor known as okolchao from the 'roots of the ti plant. The
head of the concern which is to handle the project is E. H. Edwards,
who has been interested in a vanilla plantation on Hawaii. It is re
ported that the company will be incorporated for $10,000, and will not
only distill the liquor for local consumption, but will place it on the
market on the mainland. The distillery will be located on a plantation
on wlrch tbe ti plant will be cultivated. The machinery for the new
plant is being made by the Honolulu Iron Works and will be forwarded
to Hawaii soon.
The promoters of the new concern intend to ship the liquor to Hono
lulu in barrels and when it arrives here it wiil be bottled, labeled and
placed on the market by Peacock.;& Co. It is said that the Iuter-Ishuid
Steam Navigation Company have given the promoters a special low rate
on the liquor before it is bottled as tbey will also get the freight on the
bottled goods when it is shipped back to Hawaii and to the other islands
Honolulu, June 6.
-Geo. W. Carr,
Cauai last wepk,
ifm tnnll vrttttAC
Mall bcrvice, visited Kauai last weuk,
mails over the two Kauai mail routes." said Mr. Carr, "have now been
awarded for the next four-year-period. John Nevin of Hanapepe has
secured tbe contract for tbe route Lihue-Kekaha, and Joseph I the one
to Haualei. The former I understand. to be considering a plan to work
it with automobile, which ought to be a good idea, where there are good
Electric Power on Kauai.
Honolulu, June 6. The great Wainiha power plant on the Island of
Kauai will be ready to open on or about July 1. The new plant will
furnish power for the MacBryde Plantation at Eleele.
The power with whicb tbe electricity is to be generated is to be
brought through three and 'a half
ditches. There is a fall of 565 feet before tbe water reaches the power
house and this will furnish enough power to easily run the mill. The
thirty miles of poles have been set and the wires strung.
Honolulu, June. 5. Honolulu is
of its building materials. By the
Davies & Co,, shipped 50 tons of corrugated iron to their branch bouse
in San Francisco. Tlie branch office cabled to the local firm for that
amount of corrugated material,
Francisco for the purpose evidently
in tbe wholesale district of the
Lieut. Slattery Goes to Coast-
Honolulu, June 5. Lieut. J. R. Slattery is to leave fcr the coast on
June 10. He goes to take examination on fortification matters there
which tbe United States government requires of experts on such matters
at stated times.
To take tbe examination is the principal reason for the visit of Lieut.
Slattery to the coast but while he is there he will report to Colonel
Heuer on tbe locations, chosen by Major General Story a few days ago
for the coast defences at Pearl Harbor.
Afraid of Nuuanu Dam.
Honolulu, June 5. A revival of misgivings about the safety of the
big reservoir dam in Nuuanu Valley has been the cause of protests to
the governor, and a commission will pYobably be appointed to examine
and report upon the dam. There is to be a very big body of water held
back by this dam and tbe nervous ones have visions of a terrible disaster
if it should break.
Superintendent Holloway says he thinks the dam is a safe one and
also says that he has no objection to a commission making a thorough
examination. Engineer Paterson lias expressed tbe opinion that the
dam is unsafe, and this is enough to add greatly to the worry. Tbe water
Will be sixty-five feet deep at the dam, and it would make a regular
Johnstown flood if it broke loose.
First Concert on Mainland.
Berkeley, May 29. With all the witchery of the South seas in the
rhythm of the music the Royal Hawaiian band played before an audience
of 2000 in the Greek Theater this afternoon. The hour for the concert
bad been announced as 3:30 o'clock, but the musicians failed to appear
until over an hour later owing to unavoidable delay in landing from the
The band music was of that peculiar, dreamy variety so characteristic
of tbe Hawaiian race. Miss Lei Lehua sang to an audience that scarcely
breathed as it listened to the liquid words of tbe native songs.
the limit. Roosevelt recommends
h.itl, Prnuilniit Pr.nuo.-nH onrl Prim.
the plans of the Board to bring white
the limit in this support. Roosevelt
as already there are many Porta
Board to seek settlers from
Assistant Superititendant Railway
"The contracts for carrying the
' f1iit ff Pnrr ltfit limit Konii
"ine contracts tor carryiuu tue
miles of tunnels and two miles of
supplying San Francisco with some
S. S. Enterprise the firm of T. H.
as it has been sold to buyers in San
of erectiuesome temporary structures
city. The value of the shipment was
Alcohol Bill Signed.
Washington, June 8. The bill authorizing the manufacture of dena
tured alcohol for use in the arts wUliout( the payment of internal revenue,
tax, was today signed by the president.'
Fire Damages Louisiana Capitol.
Baton Rouge, La., Tune 8. The state capitol building was damaged
by fire today to the extent of $100,000.
St. Paul, Minnesota, June 8. Six persons have been killed and many
injured and much property damage has been done by tornadoes which
swept Minnesota and Wisconsin last night.
Goessel, Kansas, June 7. This town was today destroyed By a hur
ricane. Eighty people were injured. '
Kansas City, Mo., June 7. The meat packers estimate that their
business will suffer a loss of at least one hundred and fifty millions of
dollars as a result of the Roosevelt crusade.
After Government Endorsement.
San Francisco, June 7. A special committee from this city has gone
to Washington for the purpose of trying to secure congressional endorse
ment of bonds to be issued by the city of San Francisco.
Oceanic Abrogates Agreement.
ban Irancisco, June 7. 1 he Oceanic S. b. Company has given its
employes a month's notice of its intention to abrogate the wage agree
ment that has prevailed for some time between the company and its em
ployees. Bryan's Return.
New York, June 7. Governor Hock of Kansas has been appointed to
preside at the reception to be tendered to William Jennings Bryan on
his return t6iAmericafrotn Europe.
Hot Springs, Arkansas, June 7. The Democratic State Convention
has endorsed William Jennings Bryan
Yorktown, South Uakolu, June 7.
Indianapolis, Ind., June 7. Tbe
endorsed Willian Jennings Bryan.
San Francisco, June 6. The Water
out as the result of the sailors' strike,
Movements of the Yachts.'
San Diego, June 6. The yacht Anemone, which is 110 enter the trans
Pacific race, has sailed to San Pedro preparatory to the start of the race.
She is the yacht which made the trip around tbe Horn from New York.
San Francisco, June 7. The yacht LaPaloma, which is to represent
the Hawaiian Islands in the approaching trans-Pacific yacht race, de
patted today for San Pedro, from where the race is to start June 11.
St. Joseph's School Exercises.
The exercises of the sixth aunual commencement at St. Joseph's
School for Girls will occur at a p. m. on Saturday, June t6, with the '
Music King Carnival , ,.,..v ...Deshoyes
Misses Julia Campbell, Rose Helbush, T. McRae.
Opening Chorus Weigand - School
Where Did All My Playthings Go? Our Minims
Music Over Field and Forest Vogel
Misses T. McRae, F. Campbell, L. Erickson, M. Ah Hip.
Dialogue The Discontented Sisters
Arabella Van Haughty f A pair of) Miss J. DeCosta
Marie Vau Haughty... (Spinsters) , Miss E. Osbrio
Dinah Goldetirod ( A pair of ) Miss V. Freitas
Bridget Murphy.. Domestics J .-"Miss M. Cabrinha
Music Minuet from Symphony in E flat Mozart
Misses J. Campbell, T. McRae.
Dolly Drill ,.... Primary Class
Dialogue On a Strike ' , Mercedes
Blanche, Chairman Miss Jennie Gaspar
Stella, her sister Miss Dolly Gertz
May, a fat little girl Miss Ida DeMello
Maggie, the girl with one idea Miss Vir. Silva
Selena, the tallest girl Miss Ivy Borden
Isabel, the satisfied girl ..; Miss Elvira Borden
Baby Frankie , , Miss M. Pa
Collection for the Benefit of the SchooJ.
Music .. Yellow Jonquils
Misses T. McRae, F. Edmonds, L. Aiona, M. Ah Hip.
Six Wee Rain '..i Our Minims
Music , ., 4.. National Airs
Misses T. McRae, T. and J. Campbell, 17 Aiona, M. Ah Hip.
Cantata The Little Gypsy ...f. Geibel
Daisy Glenn, a gypsy girl . R. Helbush
Florence Earle c . . ... ) J. Campbell
Kate Bloomer.. Scho1 Gir,s J ..........T. McRae
Myrab, a Gypsy M. Ah Hip
Mollie ....M. Thomas
Sallie V. Horner
Duett Fairy Flowers Misses A. and D. Gertz
Song I'm Ashamed to Look My Dolly in the Eyes. ...Miss F. Campbell
Recitation 'Till Next September Primary Cass
Music Hilarity March, Mero Misses C. and D. Gertz
Columbia's Glory Medley of Araerjeau Airs.
Music June Bugs Dance, Holt... Misses Helbush, McRae and Campbell
Farewell Song, K. Merz , School
Up-tO'Dats March, Geibel Misses J. Campbell, T. McRau
in the East.
for the Presidency. .
The State conventionhas'end6rsedj
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Democratic State Convention today
and the loading
is now locked
of vessels has