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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN
TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1906.
l'UUMSIIHI) KVKRY TUK8DAY
OFFICE, KINO STREET, IllLO. HAWAII
Ililo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
, Publisher! and Proprietor!.
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SecreUry-lreaturer W. Marsh
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' Directors - .-0. A. Cool, C. McLbhnan
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tinued for lull term.
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iUvrallan, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters
and Notary rubllc In Office.
Office: Skvurancb Buimjino,
' Opposite Cour House, HILO, HAWAII
C. Henry White
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses
NAALEHU. - - - HAWAII
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ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
,J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Waiauuenuc Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
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Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
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will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a writteu order from the cap
tains of vessels,
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Notice of Intention to Foreclose and of
Sale being first published for 3 consecu
tive weeks in Hawaiian and English
Languages, as provided for in Chapter
139 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, 1905,
said publications being made in the Hilo
Tribune and Ka Hoku o Flawali, respec
tively. Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sals contained in that cer
tain indenture of mortgage dated the
13th day of November, A. D. 1903, made
by and between Holi, mortgagor, of
Papaikou, Island of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, and M. R. Cadinha, mortgagee,
of Honotnu, Island and Territory afore
said, which said mortgage was dnly
executed aud delivered by the said Holi,
on the date aforesaid, and which mort
gage was recorded in the Register Office
of Conveyances at Honolulu, Oahu, T.
H., on the 14th day of December, A. D.
1903, in Liber ij6 on pages 164 to 166,
the 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 the sea. Being more particu
larly described in a deed executed on the
6th day of June, A. D. 1 888, from Keoho
and Nalua to the said Holi, and recorded
at Honolulu, in book 68, pages 232 and
233. The above Five (5) acres being the
remainder of the twelve and oue-hulf
(t3) acres described in the aforesaid
deed, five acres being sold to Holi, Jr.,
and two acres to Bila Walalee, which
sates and deeds are duly recorded at
The aforesaid M. R. Cardina, mortga
gee, will foreclose said mortgage
for breach of conditions therein con
tained, to-wit, non-payment of interest
Notice Is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale in 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 23rd
day of June, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon of the day, by A. S. Le Baroni 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,
3t-4 Attorney for Mortgagee.
MAY RECRUIT LABOR FROM THE PHILIPPINES
Ifoolalta Paniku a Kuai
a ka Mea Faa Moraki.
O ka Hoolaha Manao Paniku a Kuai i
hoolaha mua la no 3 pule ma na Olelo
Hawaii me-Beritanla, i kulike ai me 'na
boakaka ana a ka Mokuna 139 o na Ka
nawai i Hoohuihuiia o Hawaii, 1905, a 1
hoolaha la maloko o ka Hilo Tribune a
nieTCa Hoku o Hawaii.
Ke hoolaha ia aku uei ka lohe e like
me ka mana kuai e paa nel maloko o
kekahi moraki 1 hana la ma ka la 13 o
Novemaba, A. D. 1903, i hana ia mawa
ena o Holi, mea moraki, o Papaikou,
Mokupuni o Hawaii, Teritorl o Hawaii,
a me M. R. Cadinha, mea paa moraki, o
Hoiibmu, Mokupuni a Teritorl i olelo ia,
a o na moraki la 1 Olelo ia ua hana ia a
haawi ia mai e ua Holi la i olelo ia ma
ka la i olelo ia, a ua hoopaa ia ua moraki
la iloko o ke Keena Kakau Kope ma
Honolulu, Oahu, T. H., ma ka la 14 o
Dekeuiaba, A. D. 1903, maloko o ka
Buke 256 a ma na aoao 164 a hiki i ka
166, a e hoakaka ana penei: o kela mau
eka aiua eliuia (5) e waiho la ma Kalaoa,
Mokupuni a Tcritori o Hawaii, e walbo
nei mawaena o ke Alanui Aupuni a me
ke kal. A i hoakaka pono ia maloko o
kekahi palapala i hana ia ma ka la 6 o
Iuue, A. D. 1888, e Keoho a me Nalua ia
Holi i olelo ia, a i hoopaa ia ma Hono
lulu, maloko o ka Buke 68, a ma na aoao
332 a me 233. O na eka aiua elima (5)
maluna ae oia no ke koeua o na eka aiua
he umlkuhiamalua me ka hapa (12W) i
Uolke ia'tnaloko o ka palapala hoolilo I
holke ia maluna, he elima o kela mau
eka i kuai ia aku ia Holi, Jr., a he elua
eka ia Bila Walalee, a ua hoopaa la na
palapala kuai a me palapala hoolilo ma
A o M. R, Cadinha, ka mea e paa nei
iiia'tiloraki la, ke tiiauno nel e paniku i
ua moraki la no ka uhaki ia n na kumu
i hoakaka ia maloko, oia hoi, ka hookaa
ole ia u ka ukupauee i ka wa e uktt ai,
Ke Hoolaha pu ia aku nel uohoi ma o
ka mana kuai i hoike ia maloko o ua
moraki la 1 olelo ia 1 kulike me la 1 hoiVe
ia ae nel, o ka waiwai i olelo ia maluna
ae me ua pono a me na kuleana a pau
maluna o ua alna la, e kuai kudala ia
aku ana ma ke akea ma ka puka mauka
o ka II lie Hookolokolo ma Hilo, ma ka
la 33 o Iuue, A. D 1906, m ka hora 13
awakeu o ia la, e A. S. LeBarou Gurney,
Kulke ka Rula. Ma ke data gula o
Amerika. Na lilo hana palapala 1 ka
mea e lilo ai.
Mea Paa Moraki,
Haiiala ma Hilo, H. T Mel 34, 1906.
No ii.i meal koee ninuu-ia
JOS. S. FERRY.
7.3 Lola no ku Mea Paa Moraki,
Honolulu, June 16. The rumpf Spread yesterday that the Planters'
Association had received news from Albert Judd at Manila that the
Philippine Commission had decided to favor the plan of recruiting Philip
pine labor for Hawaii. j,
Inquiry was made last evening ofgRoyal D. Mead, secretary of the
Planters' Association, and he confirmed the report. "Yes," he said,
"the Commission is favorable if tliefrcturn of the laborers can be safe
guarded." ' j
" You are ready to do that ?" was psked.
"Certainly," said Mr. Mead. ..That would suit us admirably.
The suggestion is made that a portib'n,6f the wages be paid to a repre
sentative Philippine government at Honolulu. This would provide pas
sage money home snd perhaps something more for the laborers to take
with them. It could all be arranged"
" Have you any plans as to the number of laborers wanted?"
"No," said the secretary, "that matter has nof been taken up. The
first thing to do was to get the asseniiof the Commission to the general
" Are these laborers to be pure f ilipiuos "
"Oh, yes; we are not after any of the tribal people or half-castes.
What we want are pure Filipinos in families, people from approved dis
tricts and -of known industry. The,e are such Filipinos. Dr. Victors.
Clark of the Labor Commission has 'made some of them known to us,
It's good news, that from Mr. Judd.1'.
Specially Chartered Freighter. y
Honolulu, June 14. The S. S. Massachusetts arrived this morning 9
days and 15 hours from Seattle, after a load of 11,000 tons of sugar. She
was specially chartered for this trip b'y the American-Hawaiian line, to
take sugar to Delaware Breakwater. ,
Sousa's Banc Coming.
Honolulu, June 14. Sousa's famous'baud. will give a concert here in
November, either in the aftcrnoori'6f4tue evening of a day when one of
the Oceanic liners arrives from San Qraucisco en route to Australia.
An arrangement will b made with the Oceanic Steamship Company
to give the band sufficient time, if possible, for the evening concert, in
preference to the afternoon performance.
Water System, For Lahaina.
Honolulu, June 14. The Lahaina water question was settled this
morning by a conference of Governor Carter, Superintendents Holloway
aud Babbitt and Manager Barkhausen of the Pioneer Mill Company. The
principal feature of the agreement is he purchase by the government
under an appropriation of $30,000 made by the last legislature, of a per-
manent supply for the town of Lahaina, from the Pioneer Company.
The government makes an outright purchase, for all time, ofa supply
yielding half a million gallons a day.hich will be enough"to,supplythc
Lahaina system. '
Skippers Discuss Yacht Race.
Honolulu, June 13. The sea captains who have made it their business
to sail between here and the Coast for many a year are all taking a very
deep interest in the ocean yacht race that is now being sailed from San
Pedro to this port.
All of the captains seem to be unanimous in agreeing that June is a
most favorable month for the race. Fourteen days is the time named by
most of them for the length of the trip.. The time allowance will be
based on the unit of one-half hour per loot of mean length for each yacht,
thus allowing La Paloma 28.37 hours over the Anemone and 16.32 over
the Lurline, while the Los Angeles yacht will receive 1 r.75 from the
representative of the New York Yacht Club.
Honolulu, June 13. Kohala district contains some striking object
lessons in forestry, for it has thousands of acres of land which is good
land and was once quite thickly populated, but is now bare because the
forest line has been forced back high into the mountains and this has so
affected the rainfall that the land is practically useless.
" As I understand the proposition," said Land Commissioner Pratt
this morning, " the forests were destroyed by cattle. The latter ate up
all the undergrowth aud gradually killed off the trees, big and little
Formerly these lauds were benefitted by frequent showers aud settlers
prospered on them. The disappearance of the forests is, I understand,
responsible for the failure of the rains."
It is thought that scientific foresting might reclaim much of the land.
It is regarded as a settled scientific fact that forests attract rainfall and
hence if the forests grow down on the lower levels again, the rains might
be. expected to return. At any rate, the region and its history are re
garded as an excellent illustration of the need for careful forest preserva
tion elsewhere. Star.
The Sailors' Strike.
San Fraucisco, June 13. The sailors'
places about the coast.
strike is spreading to other
Awaiting President's Signature.
Washington, June 13. The national quarantine bill has passed Con?
gress and is now awaiting the President's signature to become law.
Cholera and Plague.
Washington, June 13. There have been 3114 deaths from cholera in
the Philippines during the past eight months, and 15,633 deaths from
plague in India during one week. (
Lighthouse But Not Tender.
Washington, June 13. The conferees of the Senate and House have
agreed upon the lighthouse bill, but have struck out the item of $150,000
for the lighthouse tender for the Hawaiian Islands.
Hill and the Nippon Yusen Co.
Seattle, Wash., June 6. The Great Northern Railway Company has
; signed a io-year contract with the Nippon Yusen Kaisha, which pro
vides tor an excuange ot traiiic and tne representation ot the Hill road
and steamship lines in Oriental ports by the Japanese company. In
this country the Great Northern will represent the Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
The Great Northern, under the new deal, is given the privilege of addi
tional independent representation ia the Orient.
Leaders Favor Loan.
Washington, June 16. The leaders of both houses of Congress favor
a loan of ji 0,000,000 for the rebuilding of San Francisco.
House For Lock Canal.
Washington, June 15. The House has voted for n lock caual at
Chief's Death Confirmed.
Durban, South Africa, June 15. The killing of the rebel chief Batn
baatn has been confirmed. '
Statehood Bill Passed.
Washington. June 15. The House has adopted the StatehoodJBill,
which now awaits the President's signature. , 1
Twelve Lives Lost.
Port Townsend, Wash., June 15. It is believed that twelve lives have
been lost aboard the gasoline schooner burning off Cape Flattery.
Sugar From Philippines.
San Fraudsco, Cal., June 15. The S. S. Dakota has brought 3060
tons of sugar from the Philippines for Spreckels, and it is reported that
there are 156,000 bags more coming for the Western Refinery.
Wants Chairman Burton to Investigate.
Washington, June 15. To the Merchants' Association, Honolulu':
The harbor bill is expected to come up in December. Urge the mer
chants and the Chamber of Commerce to invite Chairman Burton to visit
Hawaii and investigate the harbors at your expense. Cable answer.
New Kansas Senator.
Washington, June 14. Senator Burton's successor has been seated.
Government Accepts Land.
Washington, June 14. The Senate passed the bill setting aside laud
at Hilo for Government buildings. .
line has bee
Convicted of Rebating.
:iiyrjfimri:r. Iti the Federal Cou'rTrliefeUieB7jrlingt
:n, convicted of giving rebates. '. "j -I
Race to Islands.
San Francisco, June 14. Tlte barkentines Archer and Irmgard sailed
from this port yesterday in an informal race to Honolulu.
Killed in Explosion.
Liverpool, June 14. Nine men were killed and forty wounded in a
mysterious explosion caused by fire on board of the British steamer
Murdered by Rebels.
Manila, June 1,4. Lieut. Edward C. Bolton of the Seventeenth Infan
try, Governor Davao of the province of Mindanao and Benjamin Christian
were" murdered by Mungalayan rebels.
New Head For Naval Station.
Washingtou, June 14. Rear Admiral McCalla will be retired July 19.
Admiral Lyon will succeed him in command at Mare Island, aud Captain
Very will succeed Admiral Lyon at Honolulu.
Accepting Rebates. .
Kansas City, June 12. The Armour, Swift, Cudhay and Nelson Mor
ris packing companies, known as the "Big Four," have been convicted
of accepting railroad rebates.
Sacramento, June 12, The California Legislature adjourned today.
Many "relief acts were enacted during the special session, including an
appropriation for half a million dollars for the state building in San
Mules For Fiji.
San Francisco, June, 9. The British tramp steamer Iudradeo, Cap
tain Eosterbrook, returned yesterday from Puget Sound to finish loading
the cargo she is uuder chorter to carry to Suva for the Fiji plantations.
On Puget Souud the Iudradeo loaded lumber. Upon her arrival here
yesterday she proceeded direct to Port Costa, where she will take on
board 600 mules.
Creston, la., June 5. Congressman Hepburn was renominated by
acclamation at the Eighth District Republican convention today. He
was enthusiastically commended, especially "for great assistance ren
dered the president in the railroad rate fight."
Chinese Emperor III.
Yokohama, June 1. According to a Peking telegram the Chinese
Emperor- is said to be suffering from illness and to be in a very weak
Quarantined in Japan.
Yokohama, May 28. A case of plague on board the Siberia, was dis
covered by the quarantine authorities, on the arrival of the vessel, here,
this morning. The Siberia was detained for some days. The sufferer,
was a Chinese firemau in the vessel.
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