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M , I Bright, Reliable. , , M I , ' fes- l- -W ! The Pmeressirc- I , , V i i ni:''vsv 3 I IT W 1 1 1 1 1 II :'A,;"-' M. tfr" i an., TOpu..a. 4l VVV XLL V V-V W V' ; op iiawa"- IE :fc. ' 4 (r'rn'rw t r ; J p Vol. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1902. No. 17. , A DENTISTS. &?. NOTICES. 12NHLAND JAPAN ALLIES. . 1 ' , f .1 1 ( - A 4' ' W p-jkv- Pr . P.V if', ai. isl W ns Of 'iwT1 I'llIILISlIIU) KVHIIV l'RIDAY Oi'KICUi IIkiduk Stki:i:t, llii-o, Hawaii. (Thibunk II lock.) Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. l'uhllhcra ami Proprietors, I'rctldeiit C. C. Krnnkdv VIcc-l'resldent K. E. RtCitAHt? Secretary-treasurer !.. W. Hauohtii Amlltur A. K. Sutton Directors Obo. S. McKkNZlK, 1) W. Mahhii Adve.tlemenlii unaccompanied by ptclfic notructloiis itmerteel until ordered out. Advertl-MMucnli dicnutiuued before expiration of specified period will tie charged an If con tinued Tor lull term. Addrcm n!l communication either to the lMltori.ilor limine Hcpirtmenti or Tim II11.0 THIIIU.nI: I'UIILIHIUNll CllMPANV. The column ol Tun IIIuiTHinUNKarenlwayj open to communications on subjects within the scope of the paper. To receive proper attention, men article must he signed by It author. The name, when desired, will be held confidential. Tun llli.o Thmiu.nk Is not responsible for the opinions or statements of correspondents. ATT0HX12YS.AT.IiAW. Wise & Ross, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will pr (dice in all Courts or the Territory, and the supreme Court of the United States. Office: Tkiiiunh Huimhn'o, llrldKe Street, 1III.O, HAWAII Chas. M. LeBlond, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW llaualiaii, Japanese, nud Chinese lutcrpieters, mid Notary Public ill Office. Office: Skvkkanck HuiLuiNr., Op)OHlte Court House, II1I.O, HAWAII J. CASTI.lt RlIH'.WAY TllOS. C. RlIKiWAY Ridgway & Ridgway ATTORNKVSAT-l.AW Solicitors or l'ali'iils Oeucrnl Law 1'r.u.tlcc IIU.O, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. 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E. Sution & Co. Agents for Loudon and Lancashire Fire Insurance Company, Orient Insur ance Company. Westchester Fire Insurance 'tympany. Auctionw'.rs, comm; k, Rkal Es- TATH ANI INSUK H AC.I'NTS Office in Econom in Stork, 1111,0, &v W. A. Purdy, LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT, MARINE INSURANCE OLD CUS.TOJ1 IIOUSII llUII.DINO, Front Street, Hilo, Hawaii. Qlms. M. I.cllloiid, W II. Smith. Attorney. Munaurr. 1; Blond-Smith BUSINESS AdlvNCV AH collection pruuiplly umdeitud accouulrd fur. Kt'llls lollrctrd fur uht litre uud uMatu iitlciulcd Iu. SljVHKANCli ni.ucv., Opp. Court Jlou.c. M. Wachs, D. D. S. DI5NTIST Office Hours, 9 to 4 HILO, HAWAII Walter H. Schoening DENTIST SltVKRANCK HOUSR, rittnan Street, HtLo, Hawaii VET12HIXAKY SUHOEOX. DR. W. I-I. JONES, 51. R. C. V. S. Veterinary Surgeon ClTV STAI1LHS Tki.. 125 Telephone No. ij 1'. O. Box No. 5 ADVISORY COMMITTltU: ;. W. Mason A Humburg I. Peck I.. Turner A. E. Sutton Hawaiian business Agency Office Spreckela' Ilulldlnf;, with S. II. Webb, Vront St., with agents and correspondents in alt districts of the Territory and throughout the United State. Most valuable private Informa tion to subscribers. Collections a specialty. Mrs. K. A. Bacon I'ROFISSSIONAI, NURSI5 , 204 Rainbow Housk Tut CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR SALE. Vov. Salh Four (4) thoroughbred 1'ointer puppies, beautifully marked lines and white, three females and one male, $25 to f 35 each. Apply, Horner s Ranch, Kukaiau. FOR RENT. I'or Runt In l'tiueo, new and modern cottage; inquire of ALLAN WALL, at the Ililo Market. NOTICES. Fine job work iu nil its branches. Give us u chance to estimate. TRIUUNlt. Notich Neither the Masters nor Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line" will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD, Agent. Hllo, April 16, 1901. 24- LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, Summons. Violante Dtiarte, plaintiiT vs. Joseph Du- arte, defendant. The Territory of Hawaii; to the High I Sutton praying that Letters of Admiuis Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, j tnitiou umii said estate be issued to said or his Deputy r the Sheriff of the A. E. Sutton. Island of Hawaii, or his Deputy, or' Notice is hereby given that TUESDAY any Constable in the Territory of 'the 25th day of March. A. D. 1902, at 9 Hawaii: I o'clock a. m , in the Court House, at You are commanded to summon Jo- South Hilo, is appointed the time and scph Duarte, Defendant, in case he shall ,,Ce for heariiiK (.aid petition, when ond i?i.. ....:.... .. ...in. 1.. ..-. .!.... me hhucu uiiswcr wmini iwciuy uuys after service hereof, to be and appear be fore the said Circuit Court at the January To. 111 thereof, to be holden at South Ililo, Island of Hawaii 011 Wednesday the 1st. day of January next, ot ten o'clock A. M., to show cause why the claim of Violante Duarte, Plaintiff, 'should not be awarded to her pursuant to the tenor of her an nexed petition. And have you then and there this writ with full return of your proceedings thereon. Witness Hon. Gilbert F. Little, Judge of the Circuit Court of the 4th Circuit, at South Hilo, Hawaii, this 12th day of August, 1901. (.Signed DANIEL PORTER, Clerk, I certify the foregoing to be a true copv of the criminal summons in said cause and that said Court ordered publication of the same and continuance of said cause until the next Tv-rm of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1903, 13-18 In the Cinuiit Court. Knnrili dri-iili. ... ... ..-.. ...-, ...... v. ...,., Territory of Hawaii. IN l'KOIIATK-AT ClIAMUKRS. , , .... , 1,1 v,l,u?,fLh.Ksu3?ss?i!lB2f J""" "" ''" -"..-, EMMA FORMES and THOMAS FORM'S, minors. The petition of Thomas Forbes, where- j iu he usks for an order of sale of certain real estate belonging to said minors, be ing an undivided one sixth of Ktileaua "Holopiuai" at Waiakea, Hawaii, aud j wherein he bets forth certain legal rea sons why such real estate should be sold. ' Notice iu hereby given that MONDAY, I the TWENTY-FOURTH day of March, 1 A. 1). 1902, at 9 o'clock a. M.. at the , Court House ot South Hilo, Hawaii, is liitrultti n trnintii1 tin I nw ft ml nlnrn fiti ) hearing the said petition, when and ...1. . ll... .... f I.I.. ..rt.u . ...1 .......In and all persons interested iu the wild Wilt-IU IHC IIVAl 1JI Kill Ui IIIC aaiU WUIlia r.siaie, may appear aim men uuu mere :, may appear and then and there u1,tu f.filiki. It nut. Illf.l. llfivi. il,v 111,. I prayer of said petition should uo't be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, Feb. 26, 1902. lly the Court DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Ridgway & Ridc.way, Attorneys for Petitioner. 17-19 In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. Summons. The Lnupalioelioc Sugar Company, a cor poration, plaintiiT, vs. H. K. Soulc mid I. H. Ray, ilelendauts. The Territory of Hawaii; to the High Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii, or his Deputy, or any Constable in the Territory of Hawaii: You arc commanded to summon II. E. Soulc and 1. 1. Ray, defendants, in case thpy shall file written answer within twenty day after service hereof to be and appear before the said Circuit Court at the January Term thereof, to be holdcn at South lliln. Island of Hawaii on Thurs- 'Iday tlie 2nd day of January next, at 10 o'clock A. M., to sltow cause wiiv tile claim of the I.aupahochoc Sugar Com pany, a corporation, plaintill slioulil not be awarded to them pursuant to the tenor of their annexed petition. And have you then and there this writ with full return of your proceedings thereon. Witness Hon. Gilbert F. Little, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, at South Ililo, Hawaii, this 10th day of December, 1901. (Signed) DANIKL PORTER, Clerk. I certify the foregoing to le a true copy of the original Summons in said cause and that said Court ordered publication of the same and continuance of said cause until the next Term of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Ililo, Hawaii, Jan, 22, 1902. 13-29 In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. Summons. The Hakalau Plantation Company, a cor poraliou, plaintiff, vs. H. E. Soulc and I. E. Ray, defendants. The Territory of Hawaii; to the High Sheriff of the Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Sheriff of the Island of Hawaii, or his Deputy, or nny Constable iu the Territory of Hawaii. You arc commanded to summon II. E. Soulc and I. E. Ray, defendants, iu case they shall file written answer within twenty days, after service hereof, to be and appear before the said Circuit Cturt at the January Term thereof, to be holdeii at South Hllo, Island of Hawaii, on Thursday the 2nd day of January next, at ten o'clock a. m., to show cause why the claim of the Hakalau Plantation Com pany, plaintiff, should not be awarded to them pursuant to the tenor of their an nexed tietition. And have you then aud I there this writ with full return of yout 1 ... proceeding tuereon. Witness Hon. Gilbert F. Little, Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, at South Ililo, Hawaii, this 10th day of December, 1901. (Signed) DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the original Summons iu said cause and that said Court ordered public ation of the k.ime and continuance of said cause until the next Term of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Ililo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1902, 13-29 In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Prohath. In the matter of the Estate of KUPA (w), of Kalaupapa, Molokai, deceased. Petition having been filed by A. E 1 . .. -- - . , wiiere all persons concerned may uppear and show cause, if any they have, why said pennon suouid not lie granted. lino, l'chrnury 24, A. 1). 1902, lly the Court: DANIEL PORTER. Clerk. Wish & Ross, Attorneys for petitioner. 17-19 In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, In Prohath. In the matter of the Estate of LOUISE J. AllltEY of Hilo, Hawaii, deceased. Petition having been filed by Josephine Deyo, praying that Letters of Administra tion upon said estate be issued to said Josephine Deyo. Notice is hereby given that TUESDAY the 25th day of March, A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock A. M , iu the Court room of tills Court, South Hilo, Hawaii, is appointed the time aud place for hearing said pcti- I linn, wlieu and where ull persons con- - - cerued may appear ami show cause, If ""' ,llle T?' ""' Sa"1 K'lU,0n Sll0U,a not be granted. ".. iunry 26, A. . 1902. iiy me Court: DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. WiSK & Ross, Attorney for Petitioner. 17-19 BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. Sealed bids will be received by Hon, 'J- " I,0''1' Superintendent of Public M'trl'U I fillftl Itl II Mil tr Mnrnli tnlli I !, uhiiuimih, m .J UUIl.U WWli 1902, for repairs to the Hilo Powder ' MllnJ,Ill ' m, ,,!,,,. ' I,liu,i uml specifications can be seen at , the office of the Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu, or at the Telephone Qfice, Hilo. E. E. RICHARDS, 17-19 Agent Public Works Dept. Preserve (Joren. Clttnn mill liondoii, Feb. xi. An impor tant Parliamentary paper was issued tonight giving the terms of a prac tical alliance between Great Britain and Japan for the preservation ot China and Corca. The paper cov ers a dispatch sent by Lord Lans downe, Secretary of State for For eign Affairs, January 30th, to the lirttish Minister to China, Sir Claude MacDonald, and comprises a signed copy of the agreement. In explanation the paper says the agreement may be regarded as an outcome of the events of the past two years. Throughout the Boxer troubles Great Britain and Japan had been in close and unin terrupted communication and ac tuated by similar views. ."We each desire," says Lord Lansdowne, "that the integrity and Independence of the Chinese em pire should be preserved, and that there should be no disturbance of the territorial status quo, cither in China or the adjoining regions." The discovery that their Far Eastern policies were identical re sulted in each party to the agree mcut,expressing its desire that their common policy find expression in an international contract of binding validity. Lord Lansdowne further says that the British Government was largely influenced in entering upon this important contract by the con viction that it contains no provision which can be regarded as aggres sive or self-seeking. He says it is conceived merely as a measure of protection, and that it m no way threatens the present position of legitimate interests of other powers. His majesty's Government trusts that the agreement will be of mu tual advantage to the two countries, and make for the preservation of peace, and, should peace unfortu nately be broken, it will have the effect of restricting the area of hos tilities. Oerniiiii Politics. Berlin, February 14. The fre quent differences of opinion which have occurred in the Customs Com mittee of the Reichstag culminated this morning after several disturb ing incidents iu an open split and in the resignation of the chairman, Baron von Kardorf, one of the Agrarian leaders. Although Count von Fosadowski Wehner, the Imperial Secretary of State for the Interior, declared the Government could not accept the suggestion, the committee, by a large majority, adopted a motion to the effect that the tariff bill should become effective January 1, 1905, which Baron von Kardotff refused to entertain. The Liberals and Socialists vio lently denounced the chairman's ruling aud the committee subse quently overruled the chair. The chairman resigned. The overrul ing of Baron von Kardorff led to an uproarious outbreak aud Social ist shouts of "Dictatorship" and "Terrorism." Hiitislu Hoi'HU't Kick. St. Petersburg, Feb. 14. The Russian official view of the Anglo Japanese treaty was communicated to the correspondent of the Associat ed Press as follows: "We accept the news of the en- teute with the most complete equa nimity, and are happy to ascertain that England aud Japan are pledged .... . . P niailltain the integrity to Ulllia nlu t he tu eiieildenco of Cnren. two .... ,.,- j--...-... -. ..f .., principles which Russia was the first to establish as the basis of her foreign policy iu the Orient. Rus sia would willingly have subscribed to the agreements iu the preamble. Compact Great lliHnln Prevented Interven tion of Powers. New York, Feb. 13. A special to the Sun from Washington says: While this Government has re garded with a mixture of curiosity and amusement the controversy between Germany, and Great Brit ain as to which showed the greater friendliness toward the United States in the efforts to preserve peace between tin's country and Spain, the new turn which the in cident has taken through the pub lication by the German Foreign Office of documentary evidence tending to place Lord Pauncefote and the British Ministry in an em barrassing position, has aroused keener interest among the officials here. The Government authori ties with whom the Sun reporter talked today expressed great sur prise over the revelations of the Berlin Foreign Office, and they were utterly at a loss to explain the specific statement of Von Hoi lebcn, the German Embassador, aud the written testimony to sup port it, that Pauncefote had ini tiated the proposal to the powers to unite to "dispel the error that armed intervention in Cuba is sanctioned by the civilized world." Out of the controversy have come a number of interesting disclosures. A United States Senator, whose thorough acquaintance with diplo matic secrets and his high standing as an advisor of the McKinley and Roosevelt administrations command attention to his statements, today asserted positively that after the battle of Manila bay an attempt was made to induce the European powers to intervene to stop the war between Spain and the United States, but the attempt failed through the attitude of England, which emphatically declined to sanction the movement and used her influence to down it. W1IKKL12H OF K1-2NTUUKY. Objects to Our Sllc of Diplomacy In Hitter Speech. Washington, Feb. 1.1. The mo notony of a private pension day of the House was enlivened today by a very sensational speech from Wheeler of Kentucky, in denuncia tion of what he denominated "flun keyism" to foreign countries. He took the recent statements emanat ing from Continental cabinets re garding the attitude of Great Brit ain during the Spanish war as a text for a wholesale attack upon trend of our recent diplomacy. His speech aroused the House to a high pitch ot excitement and elicited from Boutelle of Illinois a spirited defense of Secretary Hay, whom he eulogized in high terms. Several other members on the Re publican side took a hand, and later iu the afternoon Grosvenor of Ohio took Wheeler to task for his "inop portune protest," and rehearsed the history of the visit of the Prince of Wales to this country 111 i860 and his reception by President Bu chanan. Who Craulioruo In. Viscount Cranborne, the eldest son of Lord Salisbury, who is Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs for the British Government, has recently made some important statements to Parliament in relation to the Nicaraguau canal treaty and the attitude of his Government to ward the United States in the war with Spain. Lord Cranborne is I now iu his forty-first year and has 1 had a seat in Parliament since 1885. For seven years he represented the Darweu division of Lancaster, and since 1893 has sat for Rochester. Lord Cranborne is cautious, weighs well his utterances, and even as n youth was noted for his somewhat cynical good sense. CHIXKS12 I2XCI.IJ.S10X. John M. Thurston Will l.cud Tight Against . Washington, Feb. 13. At to morrow morning s meeting ol tlie Senate Committee on Immigration, to consider the Chinese exclusion bill, ex-Senator John M. Thurston of Nebraska, attorney for the Union Pacific and Mexican International roads and other Harrimaii interests, will appear on the side opposing exclusion. Thurston told a friend today that he would not appear on behalf of the railroads, but as' the representative of the commercial interests of the Philippine islands. The action of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce aud the Merchants' Exchange has aroused much comment here, both in the committee and out. The California delegation is greatly disgusted at having to explain the apparent division of sentiment in California. Senator Perkins and Bard and Re presentatives Kahu, Coombs, Mct calf and Need ham are outspoken iu condemning the action of the San Francisco bodies. Senator Perkins said he had received a copy of the resolutions adopted by the Merchants' Exchange, with a request to present them, which, of course, he would do as a matter of courtesy. YYATEKFKOXT RAILWAY. Work to Hegln Within a Week or Ten Days. Superintendent Lambert said to a Triiiunk reporter Wednesday that dirt would begin to fly on the waterfront extension of the Hilo- Railroad within ten days. The track will be laid and the grade made under the direct supervision of Superintendent Lambert without go-between contractors. The steel bridge for the Waiakea river will not be delivered iu time for use in the construction of the extension. A temporary bridge will therefore be built to serve the purposes of making the extension. The track will run along the beach on a line not necessitating the removal of any buildings and will cud at the banks of the Wailuku 1 iver. Along the line the shore side will be heavily riprapped, no stone seawall being contemplated at the present time. The city depot of the railroad will be built on the vacant lot be tween the Posloflicc and the Wai luku river. This depot will be a substantial and good looking build ing facing mauka. Train sheds will also be built on this site. While the work 011 this improve ment will be pushed as rapidly as possible, Mr. Laiubeit would not venture a piedictiou as to the dale of its completion. The new steel bridge for the railroad at Waiakea river has been ordered and is being constructed by Milliken Bros, of New York. Sampson's Condition. New York, Feb. 13. A special to the Brooklyn Eagle from Wash ington says: A Navy surgeon, who has kept watch on the case of Admiral Sampson, explained today the nature of the malady that is slowly but surely sapping the men tal and physical vigor of the for merly brilliant officer. According to the statement of this surgeon Admiral Sampson is liable to die at any time. "Admiral Sampson is suffering from .softening of the brain, with degeneration of the arteiial .sys tem," said the surgeon. "The wasting away of the brain tissues is due to a lack of blood iiotuisli inent." Tolstoi Head. Vienna, Feb. 15. The Neuste Wiener Journal publishes an uncon firmed rumor that Count Tolstoi is dead. ' ,iVl ZH .vVWtl Ajmr )TI PN -J - i' ?mi m 1 , M 1 ' 41 i TJ s Mr- rv'i j . w t 1 j 1 ' .Ml Dr 4 .W&hA. ? '4. .. -J . priaill lif wMttto'frw i-1 1, ! i "! s J. ttvrmtf p "W, 'i i'iimiw' ' m Til 'AJH! '.- .-' jk " i" rr f.