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OFFICE, KINO STKKBT, IIILO, HAWAII
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AND NOTARY PUBLIC
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ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
REAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
PIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawnfr
A S. LeBaron Gurney
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Special attention given to the business
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Insurance or requests for Exchange,
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will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels.
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R. II. PEASE, President.
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Temporary office, 2600 Pacific Ave., S. F.
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61.63-65-67 Fourth St., Portland, Oregon,
where we have a complete stock and can
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Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose
and of Sale.
In accordance with the provisions of a
certain mortgage made by Hatnatnura
Tolcichi and Hatnatnura Kuuia, his wife,
T. Kock Min, of Hilo, T. II., bearing
date May nth 1905 and recorded in the
office of the Registrar of Conveyances at
Honolulu, T. II., in Volume 268 at pages
258 to 361, and thereafter on the 3rd day
of August, 1905, assigned to William
McCIuskey, said assignment being re
corded in the office aforesaid in Volume
276 at page one (1) thereof.
Notice is hereby given that William
McCIuskey, who is now the owner and
holder oi said mortgage, intends to fore
close the same for a breach of the condi
tions thereof, to wit:
Non-payment of the interest due and
payable thereon on May nth 1906.
Notice is hereby also giveu that on
Saturday, the 14th day of July, A. D.
1906, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the front
door of the Court House in Hilo, County
and Territory of Hawaii, thWbllowing
property conveyed by said mortgage,
All that certain real property situate
at Kaumaua in the District of South Hilo,
Island and Territory of Hawaii, described
Begiuing at an "X" cut In the lava at
the West angle of the Olsen purchase,
the boundary runs by true bearings:
1. S. 89 degrees 48 minutes E. 747
feel along Kn"iiann, Lot No. 21 to
junction with 01' tu remainder.
3. N'. 931.8 fee1 along Olsen remainder
to North angle adjoining lava flow.
3. S. 38 degtees 43 minutes W. 1194
feet along the boundary following the
edge of the lava flow to the point of
beginning, and containing an area of
eight (8) acres.
Will be sold at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said
W. S. WISE,
34-4 Attorney for Mortgagee.
Hoolaha Faniku a Kuai
a ka Mea Faa Moraki.
I kulike ai me na olelo o kekalii
moraki i hanaia e Hatnatnura Tokichi a
me Hamamura Koma, kana wahine, la
Kock Min, o Hilo, T. H., ma ka la 11 o
Mei, 1905, a i hoopaaia niafke Keena
Kakau Kope ma Honolulu, T. II,, iloko
o ka Buke 268 a ma na aoao 258 a ka
261, a mahope mat ma ka la 3 o Augate,
1901 ua hoolilo la mat ia William Mc
CIuskey, a o ua hoolilo ia ana i olelo ia
ua hoopaa ia maloko o ke Keena i olelo
raua ia iloko o ka Buke 276 a ma ka aoaq
Ke hoolaha ia aku uei ma keia o Win,
McCIuskey, ka ona i keia wa a mea hoi e
paa net i ka moraki i olelo ia, ke manao
uei e paniku i ua moraki nei nokn uhaki
ia o na kumu i hoakakaia maloko, oia
hoi, ka uku ole ia o ka ukupauee i ka
manawa e uku ia ai oia ka la no Mei,
A ke hoolaha pn ia aku nei nohoi o ka
Poaono, la 14 o Iulni, A. D. 1906, ma ka
hora 10 a. m., ma ka puka mautua o ka
Hale Hookolokolo ma Hilo, Kalaua a
Teritori o Hawaii, ka walwai mahope ae
uei i hoopaaia ma ua moraki la i olelo ia,
oia hoi: O keia aina watwal paa e walho
uei ma Kaumana iloko o ka Apaua o
Hilo Hema, Mokupunl a Teritori o Ha
waii, i hoakaka ia penei:
E hoomaka ana tnai ke kaha "X" i okl
ia iloko o ka pahoehoe ma ka plo Kouio
haha o ko Olsen aina, e holo ana ka
palena aina ma na lalna olalo:
1. Hrma 89 deg. 48 min. Hikina 747
kapual e moe ana ma Kaumana Apana
Helu 31 a pill i ka hookuina me ke koena
o ko Olsen aina,
3. Akau 931.8 kapual e moe ana ma
ke koena o ko Olsen aina a hlki i ka pio
Akau e pill ana i ke a pele,
3. Hcuia 38 deg. 43 min. Komohatia
1 1 94 kapual e moe aim ma ka palena
aina e hahai ana ma ka Hhi o ke a pele a
kabi i hoomaka a), h uoua ka illaina u
ewalu (8) eka.
E kuai kudala ia xku ana ma ke akea
i ka mea koho kiekie urn ke dala kulke,
no ka pono o ka moraki i olelo ia.
Mea Paa Moraki,
W. S. WISE, Loio Mea Pua Moraki.
Will the party who obtolued the set of
Century Dictionary from Mr. J. Castle
Rldgway, please return the sawn to the
33-4 MRS. OMA L. HOLLAND
HAWAII, HAWAIIANjHSLANDS, TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1906.
KILO'S CELEBRATION OF NATION'S
Two days of good sports are provided the people of Hilo and the
visitors to the Beauty Spot of the,"- Islands. Horse racing, a base ball
game, bronco busting and wild bullock lasoing contests will furnish
plenty to fill two days with amusement and excitement. Liberal purses,
nearly $1500 in the aggregate, wilfctnake all the events contested for all
they are worth. Hilo will have nojjpatridtlc exercises, but there will be
a sufficiency of arnusethents. Th national salute of twenty-one guns,
however, will be fired by Capt. Patter and Co. D boys in front of the
armory at noon. '
Special attention is being paid to the cotyfort of visitors to the city.
Arrangements will be made so tbat comfortable quarters will be avail
able to all who come to Hilo for th Fourth. .As a member of the com
mittee said: "Hilo has plenty to ' eat for every body and comfortable
quarters for all who can come will he made available." The following
is the program of events: t
WEDNESDAY, JULYJLtb, 1:00 P. M. SHARP
Base Ball Game iift. $100.00
milc Hawaiian Bred....?.ffJ 75oo
3-miie Free-for-AU "?: 150.00
1 mile Luna Race ;?. 50.00
J-tulle Hawaiian Bred ...-.flR. . 50.00
4-mile Jap Race l&.'. 50.00
ii mile Free-for-All l..j.h 150.00
J-mile Hawaiian Bred... ?.r,7?. 75-o
1 mile Bronco Busting, Club,to furnish mounts... 50.00
THURSDAY, JULY5th, 1:00 P. M. SHARP
4-mile Free-for-All , m.. $125.00 X
-mile Hawaiian Bred ...... 75-o
4-mile Jap Race .??. 50.00
j-raile Pony Race for Boys. .15. 20.00
6-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
1 mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Hawaiian Bred , 100.00
3 mile Relay Race, for other than race horses 50.00
Base Ball Game.
Land Matters Considered.
Secretary Atkinson, during his stay iu Hilo last week, made a
specialty of land affairs, and a number of matters in which territorial
lands figured were given attention.'
The hitch between the plantation s people and the Portuguese associa
tions filing on theHakalau lands was straightened out and the survey of
the lands hastened.
A controversy in which a number of Hilo people are interested, rela
tive to land filings at thirteen-mile, 0!aa, was discussed by applicants
for these lands and the Secretary. The question involved is that, of
residence upon the lands and the decision will affect all filings within
the Territory and is therefore of great importance. A modification of
the former ruling of the land department is looked for on this point of
One day was spent reviewing the situation at Makaoku, the tract op
posite to Cocoanut Island, that is being thrown open for settlement.
Secretary Atkinson expressed strongly the opinion that in connection
with Cocoanut Island, Kainehe point opposite on the mainland and the
shore around toward government wharf" and including the fish ponds
near by, should be reserved by the Territory for park purposes; also
that the preservation of the cocoanut and other trees on the island should
be a special object of attention.
He also stated that he favored the organization of a board by the
legislature to have special authority over parks in the way of their cre
ation and care, suggesting that such a commission should consist of the
commissioners of public lands and forestry, and others to be appointed.
Among other localities the Secretary considered it important to have
set aside in parks, protected and preserved, are the heiaus, or ancient
uative temples, one of which, on one of the Puna hills the Secretary
and. his party visited.
Rainbow Falls Park was also visited and the idea of the preservation of
the place in its native beauty was tavored. I be idea of the bay tront
park was urged a yj the promise made that every effort would be made
with this in view tototke an exchange with the Bishop estate for the
property necessary oirH'je VVniakea side of Mooheau Park, and to
acquire in some manner the portion owned by the Hitchcock estate.
The party, consisting of Secretary Atkinson, Jas K. Wilder, and Sol.
N. Sheridan, the representative of the Honolulu Advertiser, left by
special train for Puna Wednesday morning, going to Kapoho, and from
thence by horseback to Kalapana and the Volcano. Leaving the Volcano
Friday morning the party continued, going to the Humuula sheep
station between Mauna Kea a?d Mauna Loa, where they will be the
guests of Eben Low, the manager of the ranch. It is the intention to
make the ascent of Mauna Kea, the lake upon the summit being a
special object of interest. It is the intention then to cross over into
Kona, visiting Kealakekua Bay and other points of interest in Kona,
returning to Kawaihae to catch the Kinau Friday.
A supply of the revised .rfulesaud Regulations of the Republican
Party, printed in pamphlet fcrm, has been received by R. A. Lyman,
Jr., chairman of the county committee. There are some material
changes. Under the present rules, the district committee Is done away
with, the county committee assuming the management of all campaign
work; the allotment of representation to the county and district conven
tion has been increased, the new basis being one delegate to every
twelve votes cast for the republican candidate for senator receiving the
highest number of votes at the last general election. This gives over a
hundred delegates to the next convention to be held in Hilo in Septem
ber. The basis of representation to the territorial convention is unchanged,
but greater restrictions have been placed upon the use of proxies. Nomi
nations of precinct officers are to be made in the various precincts on
Friday, July 13; the election of these officers follows on Friday, July 20.
Nominations for delegates to the territorial, county and district conven
tions will be made on Friday, Aug. 24, and election will take place on
Saturday, September 1st.
An Important Sanitary Work.
The Health Board is busy with the oversight of making sewer con
nections. Front Street is nearly finished and on the completion of this
crt nllmra lorwllnfr llltn It tvlll hf TnlfOll I1TV Tltf KVIVIKK nf (VMlllPOt..
ing up is not great and the Board finds the opportunity to do so wel
comed by most property owners. It will require several months,
depending upon the plumbers, to complete this work. The benefits to
Hilo will be far greater than the twenty odd thousand dollars the system
Lurline Arrives First.
E. E. Richards, ngent for the wireless company, received at 2:30 p. m.
Monday the following despatch :
" Honolulu, June 25. Lurline arrived Saturday at 8 p. m.; Anemone
off port at noon today."
The Lurline is the representative of the South Coast Yacht Club of
California ; the Anemone, of the New York Yacht Club. The yachts
left San Pedro on their race to Honolulu on Monday, June 11.
To Organize For Work.
The Young Men's Republican Club is preparing for active work in
the coming campaign. This will be organized for assignment to diff
erent committees, as- follows: land committee, improvement committee,
finance committee, committee on enrolment, etc.
County Government Approved.
Secretarfttkinson coming down the coast overland was afforded an
opportunity of seeing the character of road work being done by the
Board of Supervisors and remarked on the improved condition of coun
try roads and Hilo streets. He considered the advantages of cotinly
government as apparent.
Best Supply .Point.
The freighter Massachusetts took
vegetables, also fresh meats, for her
Hilo's meats and vegetables, not to
Wnnnlulit Hrnvvii pvtptKtiupK" frnm tlilo
cabbages alone were shipped to that
Surveys to Be .Made.
S. M. Kanakanui, first assistant territorial surveyor, arrived from
Honolulu by the last Kinau, for the purpose of making the surveys of
the Haknlnu land tractsto be allotted the Portuguese associations.
Work on the survey will begin on the first of July and will probably
occupy several months. This work! is begun at the instance of Secretary
Atkinson, as a result of an interview with the Portuguese applicants
during his recent visit in Hilo. "
Carter to the
Honolulu, Juue 19. " I am glad to bear thai the House insists uporry
e exemption of Hawaii from the operation of the Senate immigratio'n' '
, Governor Carter sUtecT today that
to that"effect, in a letter" to President
Yachts Soon Due.
Honolulu, Juue 19. A lookout will probably be placed on Diamond
Head on Thursday of this week to watch for the yachts La Pilloraa,
Lurline and Anemone, now racing from San Pedro to Honolulu for the
Ex-Commodore Hobron of the Hawaii Yacht Club is not inclined to
think the time made by the yachts will be phenomenal. He believes
that the race may be made in fifteen days. The yachts are now out
San Francisco Aid.
m Washington, June 19. President Roosevelt and Secretary Shaw have
ugreed to deposit $12,000,000 in San Francisco banks to be secured by
Washington, June 19. E. E. Brown, of Berkeley, has been appointed,
United States Commissioner ot Educators. ' "
Elmer Ellesworth Brown since 1898 has been the professor oftthe
theory and practice of teaching at the University of California. He was
born in New York in 1861. He was educated in the public schools of
that state and is a graduate of the University of Michigan. He studied
in Germany and received the degree of Ph, D from the University of
Halle-Wittenberg. He is an author of some note. L
Not Held For Trial.
San Francisco, June 19. Ernest Denicke, charged with murder has
been discharged by Judge Shortall, Judge Shortall, in discharging the
prisoner, said he did his duty.
Denicke is a mining aud civil engineer, graduate of the University of
California, aud son of Ernest A. Denicke, the well-known capitalist and
man of affairs. He shot and killed an uukuowu man at Lombard street
wharf on the afternoon of May 20th.
It was claimed by Denicke that he shot the man because the latter
had wrested a rifle from the grasp of la marine soldier, aud because he
believed the soldier was iu danger of being killed by the citizen.
House For The Bill.
Washington, June 18. A bill which is acceptable to President Roose
velt provides an appropriation of three million dollars annually for the
purposes of meat inspection. The officials will be appointed under the
civil service system.
Washington, June 19. The House has adopted the meat inspection
bill, which requires a more searching inspection of the meat products put
on the market by the Beef Trust.
Governor Pattison Dead.
Columbus, Ohio, Jnue 18. Governor Pattison is dead. Lieutenant
Governor Andrew Harris has been sworn into office as his successor.
John M. Pattison was elected Governor of Ohio in the last elections,
winning out on the Democratic ticket. He was a civil war veteran,
having enlisted in the Union army when sixteen years old, serving with
the colors from 1864 to the end of the war. He was first elected to the
Ohio Legislature in 1873, and to the State Senate in 1890. He was a
member of the 53d Congress. Sinee 1881 he had been associated with
the management of the Uuion Mutual Life Insurance Company, having
been its president since 1891. He was 59 years old
Biuly(stok, Russia, June t8. Over three hundred persons have beem
killed iu the disturbances here,
aboard a lartre sttnnlv of Wlln
long voyage around the Horm
mention fruits, beat the world.
Irwnlifv rtt.or . Iii.r1.-wt kn nC
market by the last Kinau.
he had written the-nbovcror words
Roosevelt on May 3t.jtliJfM
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