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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, MARCH 14', 1902.
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Office, Driuob stkkrt. IIn.o, Hawaii.
(Triuuni: Ulock.)
IUIp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
1'ubllaheM mid Proprietors.
President .CO. KKNNhUV
Vlce-Pr'esldent - It. E. KlCHAHlx
Secretary-Treasurer I.. W. Hawortii
Auditor A 15. Sutton
Directors .Oko h. McKhNrlK, I W. Makkii
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iistriictlou Inserted until urdcrcd out
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of pecified period will lie charged as If con
tinued for lull term.
Address nil communication either to the
l'ditorlalor Untitle, Departments of Tiik Hlto
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ATTORNEYS. AT.LAW.
Wise & Ross,
ATTORNRYS-AT-LAW
Will pnicllce In nil Court of the Terrltorj , and
the supreme Court ofthe United Bute.
Office: Triiiunh IIUii.hinc".,
IlrldKc Strict, 11M.C), HAWAII
Chas. M. LeBlond,
ATTORNRY-AT-LAW
Hawaiian, Japanese, nnd Chinese luterpietert,
nnd Notur, Public In Office.
Office: SlSVKRANCU llUIMMNO,
Opposite Court Iliiute, I1II.O, HAWAII
J. CASTI.K Riik'.w.vv Tiios. C. RlIlC.WAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
attouni:ys-at-i.aw
t ollclturs of Piiteut ISencrnl I.nw Prnclicc j
IIII.O, HAWAII.
Vnin.f ii.tiiii ti. nrr.r.. !
UI'l'ICI!: Wnlnnutiiue and llrlilne Street
PHYSICIANS.
JOHN J. GRACE, M. D., F.R.C.S.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGHON
Office UAIANl'UN )l ST.
Cfll c Hours' 8 to 11 11. in , 1 to 3 p. in
HwiiIiik, 7 30 to 8.
II 1 morning hours on Wtdnisdajs.
R.H. Reid, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURORON
Olllcc: SPRUCKKI.S' III.OCJC.
Office Hours:
10 50 to' 1 2 n. 111.; i to 4 and 7 to 8 p. 111.
Sundays, 9 to 12 a. tu.
C. L. Stow,
M. R. C. S.. Rtc.
PHYSICIAN AND SURORON
Office Hours: S 30 to 11 n.m.; 1 to 4, and 7 to Sp m.
Oflice mid Residence:
SltYKKANCl! HOUSH, PITMAN STKUUT
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Sukckon
Office, Wniunueiitie St.
Hours, 8:3010 1030 a. m.; 2-4 ami 7:30
to 8:30 P. M. Suud.iNs, 9 to 11 a. M.
ItE.VI, ESTATE. ETC.
I. H. RAY W A RAY
Ray Brothers,
RRAL I5STATR. COMMISSION AND
FINANCIAL AGRNTS
Witi.iuueuue Slri'ct. IIII.O, HAWAII
A. R. Sutton
II. Vicars
A. E. Sutton & Co.
Agents for Loudon and Lancashire Pire
Insurance Couip tny, Orient Insur
ance Company. Westcluster
Fire Insurance Compaii) .
Auctioni'.URS, Commission, Rhi. Rs-
TATI! AMI lNM'UNLK AC.l'NTS
Olfice in Rconomic Shop. Stork,
IIIMI, HAWAII.
W. A. Purdy,
I.IPI5. FIRR, ACCIDRNT, MARINF.
INSURANCR
Oi.D Custom IIousi; Uimi.dinc,
Front Street, Hilo, Hawaii.
Telephone No ij
P () llox No s
ADVISOR V CO.MMITTI'.I!
J. W. Mnsou A llumbiiii; P Peik.
I, Turner A H sutliiii
Hawaiian Business Agency
Olfice hpricl.il' Itiiildlii)!, Willi S II Wtbb,
l'niiit St., wllh nueiils nun iDiitspoiiduilittii ull
ilUlrlcl of the Territory nml tliriiiiiiliout the
Uuitiil StiiltK Mutt wilmihli' prixuti- inlurnu
tioii to tiibscrilHrH Colleilluutn spi chilly
Clin. M. I.tllloud,
Attorney.
W II smith
Milliliter
Ll'IiLOND-SMITH
HUSINGSS AGENCY
All cfilli'iliiiii. luiimptly iiindeuiul iiccnuiiliil for
Rl'llttiolltcliil for lllnrllteis mid
i.tiitimittiuiliil to.
HliVHRAN'OK lll,l)(; Op. Court lloute.
DENTISTS.
M. Wachs, D. D. S.
DENTIST
Office Hours,
9 to 4
HILO, HAWAII
Walter H. Schoening
1 DRNTIST
SllVJtRANUt HOUSH,
l'ituiaii Street, 1 1 11.0, HAWAII
VETEHINAHY SUHUEON.
DR. W. I-I. JONES,
M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary Surgeon
City Staulhs
Tm.. 125
Mrs. K. A. Bacon
PROFESSIONAL NURSR
Pitman Street,
Next door to Foreign Church Tl'.t,. 304
C. H. W. Hitchcock,
NOTARY PUIILIC
1111,0, HAWAII, II. T.
CLASSIFIED ADS.
FOR SALE.
For SAMt Four (4) thoroughbred
Pointer puppies, beautifully marked lines
and white, three females a'ud one male,
f?5 1 f 35 each. Apply, Horner's Ranch,
Kukalati.
FOR RENT.
Por RUNT In Pnueo, new and modern
cottage; inquire of ALLAN WALL, at
the Ililo Market.
NOTICES.
Pine job work in ull its branches.
Give us a chance to estimate. Thiuuni:.
NoTICH Neither the Mnsters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Agent. ,
Hilo, April 16, 1901, 24-
LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Circuit Court, Pourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Proiiath AT Ciiamukks. I
In the matter of the guardianship of
lrwtvr wrum.-c MiDvnnniiwe
RMMA PORI1RS and THOMAS
PORHRS, minors.
The petition of Thomas Forbes, where
in he asks for an order of sale of certain
real estate belonging to said minors, be
ing uu undivided one sixth of Kuleaua
"Holopinui" at Wainkea, Hawaii, and
wherein he sets forth certain legal rea
sons why such real estate should be sold.
Notice is hereby given that MONDAY,
the TWRNTY-FOURTH duy of March,
A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock a. M., at the
1 Court Douse of South Hilo, Hawaii, is
j hereby appointed the time and place for
I hearing the said petition, when and
I where the next of kin of the said wards
I and all persons interested in the said
Rstate, may appear and then ami there
I show cause, il any they have, why the
prayer of said petition should not be
I trranud.
Hilo, Huwaii, Feb. 26, 1902.
lly the Court:
DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
RlIMlWAY & RlIKlWAV.
Attornejs for Petitioner. 17-19
I In th
e Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Island anil Territory of Huwaii,
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In Proiiatk At Ciiamukks.
In the matter of the Guardianship of KA-
ARWAIHAU (w), AKI (k) uud AH
HUNG Ik),
lieu. II. Drown, Gtiaidiuu, having filed
on the sixth day of February, 1902, a pe
tition to sell certain Real Rstate, and it
appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
that due publication was made, and 110
person appearing to show cause why said
petition should not be granted, it was
ordered upon the 5th duy of March that
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lilt; ivcui I'.aiuiv ill-ail ii;i-u 111 aam pcilllUII j
be sold ul public or private sale. 1
Notice is hereby given that oil the '
right, title and interest of said wards in 1
and to that laud described in Rovul
Patent 1 147 L. C, A. le, being uu iiu
1lividt.1l one-sixth more or less of that
laud situate at Wutukeii, known us the I
laud of "Holopinui, " adjacent to and 1
upon which is located the "Waiukeu '
Saloon" will be sold by the Guardian at I
tlie hlieriirsollice 111 llllo, Hawaii, upon
SATURDAY the 22nd day of MARCH,
1902, 111 12.00 m. o'clock.
Hilo, Hawaii, March 5, iooj.
, URN. II. DROWN, Giuirdiau.
RllM'.WAY & KlIM'.WAV,
1 Attorney lor Rstute, 18-30
LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Circuit Court, of thePourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Summons.
The Laupnhochoc Sugar Company, a cor
poration, plaintiff, s. H. R. Soulc
nnd I. R. 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 any
Constable in the Territory of Hawaii:
You are commanded to summon II. R.
Soulc and 1. R. Ray, defendants, in case
they 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 holden
at South Hilo, Island of Hawaii on Thurs
day the and day of January next, at 10
o'clock a. M., to show cause w!iy the
claim of the Laupnhochoc Sugar Com-
Cany, a corporation, plaintiff should not
e awarded to them pursuant to the tenor
of their annexed etitioii. And have you
then and there this writ with full return
of your proceedings thereon.
Witness Hon. Gilbert P. Little, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
at South Hilo, Hawaii, this 10th day of
December, 1901.
(Signed) DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
I certify the foregoing to be a true copy
of the original Summons in said cause
and that Mid Court ordered publication
of the same and continuance of said cause
until the next Term of this Court.
DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1902. 13-29
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
Summons.
The Hukalnii Plantation Company, a cor.
poraliou, plaintiff, vs. II. R. Soule
and I. R. Ray, defendants.
The Territory of Hawaii; to the High
Sheriir 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 are commanded to summon II. R.
Soulc and I. R. Ray, defendants, in 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 holden
at South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, on
Thursday the and day of January next, at
ten o'clock a. m., to show cause why the
claim of the Haknlatt Plantation Com
p my, plaintiff, should not be nwardul to
them pursuant to the tenor of their an
nexed petition. And have you then and
there this v, rit with full return of your
proceedings thereon.
Witness Hon. Gilbert P. Little, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
1 at South Hilo, Hawaii, this 10th day of
December, 1 901.
(Signed) DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
I 1 certify the foregoing to be a true
copy of the original Summons in said
cause and that said Court ordered public
I atiou of the wainc and continuance of said
cause until the next Term of this Court.
DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 22, 1902. 13-29
I In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
I Territory of Hawaii.
In Prohatk.
In the matter of the Rstate of J'.UPA (w),
of Kalaupapa, Molokai, ik Msed.
Petition having been filed by A. R.
Sutton praying that Letters of Adminis-
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1 A. I,, ouuoii.
l tratiou upon saul estate be issued to said
Notice is hereby uiven that TURSDAY
the 25th day of March, A. D. 1902, nt 9
o'clock a. M., in the Court House, at
South Hilo, is apxluted the time mid
place for hearing said petition, when and
where all persons concerned may appear
and show cause, if any they have, why
said petition should not be granted.
Hilo, February 24, A. D. 1902.
Uy the Court:
DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
Wish & Ross.
Attorneys for petitioner. 17-19
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Proiiath.
In the matter of the Rstate of LOUISR
J. A1I11RY of Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
Petition having been filed by Josephine
Deyo, praying that Letters of Administra
tion upon slid estate be issued to said
Josephine Deyo.
Notice is htreby gien th.it TURSDAY
the 25th day of March, A. I). 1902, at 9
o'clock v. m , in the Courtroom of this
j Court, South Hilo, Hawaii, is appointed
the time and place for hearing said peti-
lion, wiieu aim wnere an persons con
cerued may appear and show cause, if
any tney nae, wlty said petition should
not be granted.
Hilo, February 26, A. I). 1902.
lly the Court:
DANIRL PORTRR, Clerk.
WISH & Ross.
Attorney for Petitioner. 17-19
NOTICE.
Sealed bids will be received by Hon.
J. II. lloyd, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, up to March 17th,
1902, for repairs to the Hilo Powder
Mugiuiue.
Pious uud specifications can he seen at
I lnL' ofr"-'c ,lf tllu Superintendent of Public
.Works, Honolulu, or at the Telephone
Office, Hilo.
R. R. RICHARDS,
Agent Public Works Dipt.
17.19
IStfiUEK SALARIES.
The Pay or the United Stntcs Judges
nml Legislators.
Senator Hoar's bill increasing
the salaries of all the judges of the
federal courts by 25 per cent has
been passed by the senate. In the
case of a certain number of the dis
trict and circuit courts, this increase
is modified by the fact that the bill
requires that the judges shall pay
their own expenses when serving
or. the bench away from home, nl
lowance having been made hereto
fore for these expenses within a
maximum of $10 per day. Still, it
remains true that the bill if now
passed by the house would increase
the compensation of the grcnt body
of the judges of the federal courts
by one-fourth. Following are the
salaries provided in the bill, com-1
pared with the actual salaries
Proposed Present
Chief Justice $13,000 $10,500
Associate Justice- 12,500 10,000
Circuit Judges 7i5 6,000
District Judges 6,250 5,000
A like provision for advance is
made for the judges of the court of
claims and for the courts of the
District of Columbia.
We regret indeed, we are almost
ashamed to say that this very
moderate advance did not receive
the unanimous support of the judi
ciary committee, and that it was
strongly, and even violently, op
posed on the floor of the senate,
especially by Mr. Berry, of Arkan
sas. His trouble and that of others
who joined in the debate later, is
that their standard of comparison
is not only narrow and inaccurate,
but selfish. It seems absurd to the
senator frotu Arkansas that a dis
trict judge of
the United States !
paid as much for
court should be
his services as a senator, and that . During the morning meeting of
n justice of the supreme court the committee Senator Bailey noti
should be paid twice as much as a fied the Republican members that
senator. Yet, putting aside all
question of the average usefulness
or the average character of senators
and judges, there are obvious
differences in the conditions of their
employment. A judge must be
trained, and severely trained, in
the profession of the law. He
must be possessed of ability suffi
cient to attain a high position at
the bar before he will be considered
for the bench. By virtue of this
training and ability he can rely on
an income from twice to ten times
the pay he can get as a judge.
After he takes a judicial office he
can not make a dollar by practice,
and he is shut ofT from many op
portunities for profitable invest-
ment which arc open to others
especially senators.
We pay the judges of our su-
prcme court in this city $17,500 a
year, with a term of fourteen years,
and there has never been the
slightest discontent therewith. It
is not only fair, it is also highly
expedient, that the federal judi
ciary should be paid salaries that
would give them ease of mind as to
their families and themselves and
enable them to live measurably as
ther associates live. With reckless
extravagance in so many directions,
mere decency in the treatment of a
cu-uruuiuic uruueu ui me national
government should prevail.
Miss Stoiin Silent.
Salouica, Roumaiiia, Feb. 20
Miss Kllen .M. Stone and Madame
Tsilka will start without delay for
Constantinople. In the meanwhile
the liberated missionaries are stay
ing at the missionary headquarters,
where they are receiving the con
gratulations of their colleagues.
Miss Stone says the brigands
swore both of their cantives toabso-
lute secrecy regarding any infornia- the United States Senate by a fist
tiou calculated to establish the fight. The two Senators from
identity of the brigands, the loca- South Carolina were the active par
tiou of the places where they were 1 ticipants in the affray. Tillman in
concealed or other facts likely to the course of a speech upon the
compromise their captors. Philippine tariff bill made .serious
TO PUNISH SENATORS.
U. S. Semite Has Complicated
Job
011 Its Ilnnds.
Washington, February 26. The
meeting of the Senate committee on
Privileges and Elections this fore
noon did not result in supplying
any solution of the difficulty that
the Senate is in in connection with
the Tilinaii-Mcl,auriu controversy.
The Republican members of the
committee frankly confessed that
they hod not been able to formulate
a scheme which would relieve the
situation, and after less than an
hour's discussion they asked that
the committee should adjourn un
til 2 o'clock, the understanding be
ing that the Senate should adjourn
after n brief session and thus give
U)c committee an oppoitunity to
fully consider this most important
question, which most Senators look
upon in its present shape as a stum
bling block in the way of all other
legislation.
Senator Korakcr made the sug
gestion that there should be a sev
erer degree of punishment meted
out to Senator Tillman than to Sen
ator iWcTutriu. Senator Dubois
met this suggestion with a nega
tive and when the suggestion was
afterward made that Senator Till
man should be called upon to prove
before the committee that the
charge which he had repeated in
the Senate that his colleague had
yielded to undue influence, there
was a hint that if this matter should
be entered upon some Senators
would insist upon the reopening of
the charges on file in the committee
in connection with the election of
other Senators, which charges have
"ever l)een disposed of.
the Democrats would not submit to
the adoption of a resolution sus
pending the South Carolina Sena
tors. He said he agreed that they
should be punished for their breach
of the peace in the presence of the
Senate, but he was satisfied the
Democrats would not submit to any
proceeding which would deprive a
State of representation. Some of
the Republican members of the
committee replied that they agreed
as to the unwisdom and impracti
cability of proceeding by way of
suspension.
While no prospective statement
of policy was made from the Re
publican side, there was enough
said to lead to the conclusion that
1 the proposed' resolution for suspen-
sioti had been abandoned and that
the punishment suggested will be
in the form of censure. Indeed,
some of the Republican members
of the committee say this is practi
cally the pnly course open to them.
The Republicans, however, will
contend for more severe rebuke to
Tillman than shall be adopted to
McLaurin, and the Democrats will
resist this discrimination. That is
now the point of greatest difference.
The Committee on Privileges and
Rules continued its consideration of
, tl,e Tillinan-McLaurin episode this
aftcrnoon, but had no conclusion
beyond deciding to refer the entire
matter to a sub-comiuittee and to
meet again on Friday to consider
any recommendations made by the
sub-comiuittee.
SCRAP IN THE SENATE.
Tillman mid
.MeLuiirln Come to
llloiis.
Washington, Feb, 22. Wash
ington's birthday was signalized in
reflections upon the honor of hid
colleague, McLaurin. In brief, he
charged that his vote in support of
the ratification of the treaty of Paris
had been cast through the exercise
of improper influence.
McLaurin was not in the cham
ber at the time, being engaged in
committee work, but he was sent
for, and appeared just as Tillman
concluded his speech. Pale as
ashes, McLaurin rose to address
the Senate, speaking to a question
of personal privilege. He reviewed
Tillman's charge briefly, and then
denounced the statement made by
his colleague as a "willful, mali
cious and deliberate lie."
Scarcely had the words fallen
from his lips when Tillman, sitting
a few seats from him, with Teller
of Colorado between them, sprang
at him. McLaurin, who had half
turned toward Tillman met him
half way, and in an instant these
two Senators having swept Teller
aside, were engaged in a rough-aud-tumblc
fight. McLaurin received
a. heavy blow on the forehead, while
Tillman got a punch on the nose
which brought blood.
Assistant Sergeant at Arms Lay
ton sprang over desks to reach and
separate the combatants and him
self received several blows. He got
between them finally and by main
strength wrenched them apart.
Setiators Warren of Wyoming and
Scott of West Virginia, two of the
most powerful men in the Senate,
leaped to his assistance and, pinion
ing the arms of the belligerents
Senators, forced them into their
seats. Intense excitement prevailed
in the Senate and galleries, which
were ' thronged with people, who
had been attracted by the spirited
debate. Every body was on his
feet. Not a word, however, was
spoken. Senators stood about tha
chamber for tho moment lit hjsh.
less and pale to tho Hpe, Finnllr
order was restored partially, nd (u
the midst of Intense excitement tha
Seuatc went into secret session.
For two hours it discussed tha
event behind closed doors. When
the doors were opened it was mada
known that both of the South Caro-
I Una Senators by unanimous vota
had been declared to be in contempt
of the Senate. They were per
mitted by a vote of the Senate to
make apologies to the Senate.
Their statements were listened to
by both the Senators and people in
the galleries with breathless inter
est. Senator Tillman left the Capi
tol when adjournment was taken
for recess and did not return for the
night session. Senator McLaurin
was in the chamber about 2 o'clock,
but left early. Neither Senator
when seen at his home would make
any statement.
The status of Senators Tillman
and McLaurin is that they are still
in contempt of the Senate and only
by a vote of the Senate can either
be recognized either to speak, or to
vote on any question whatever.
On account of the occurrence
President Roosevelt had a friend
see Senator Tillman and request
that he withdraw his acceptance of
the invitation to dine nt the White
House, on the occasion of the ban
quet to Prince Henry. Tillman
refused to do so and the President
sent n note withdrawing the invita
tion. Tillman hud been invited us
the ranking minority member of
the Naval Affairs Committee and
in his stead Senator Martin of Va.,
was present. ,
German newspapers express the
highest satisfaction with the recep
tion given to Prince Henry in the
United States.
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