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1 i tfH, !3?" SPTtw?pSn ,1 'FffiW! jr ' , ? ... - yw fc " S Brlyiit, Reliuble, NEWSY ANI3 POPULAR, M- i. Vol. 7. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902. No. 40. ?!. W. r , , K!WP- -F- - Si i ' :: - -' : ' -fetr; V Jf II -Wl I E.-.-.'. -..'....SL-gb; 4 1f B ft 11 Yif It IMF ! The--rK l ' .J-. i .I.IN , ,' ,.,, . L ;: !Wft- iS, j.y?" SvI ' V Vva U-S'X". SMt it l)tf gjtlc C&vUmue rnni.isum) hvkrv i'kiiiay Officii, Kino Stklut, Uilo, Hawaii. (Tkihuni; Ili.nCK.) Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publishers mill Proprietors. President C. C. KhNNl-.iiv Vice-President H E. KlCIIAMI Secretary-Treasurer I,. W. Hauoktii Auditor - A. K. Sutton Director Omi. S. McKuniii:, I) W. Mahsii Advertisements jiiucoiimpBUlcil by specific instructions Insetted until o-dcrcd out. Advertisement dlscontliiuid before expiration of speclfk-d period will be cltartjcd ns If con tinued for lull term. Address n't communications cither to the Hdltorlal or lluslness Departments of" Tun Itiui TUIHUNK I'Ullt.lSIIINII COMI'ANV. Tlie columnsol Tun llil-o Tkiiiuni: arc nlwnyi open to communications on uticct will 1111 1 lie copeoi inc pajicr. iu receive pi upvi nti.imw.. each oillcle must lie aluned by lis author. The unme, when desired, will bo held confidential. Tun Hilo Tmnu.vii Is not retiKiiislble for the opinions or statements of correspondents. -. 1 - ' - " " -' - ATTOKNKVS-AT.IjAW. Wise & Ross, ATTORNKA'S-AT-IAW Will practice In all Courts of the Territory, niul the Supreme Court of the United St.ilcs. Office: TuuiUNit Ilun.i)iNO, flrldKC Street, 1III.O, HAWAII C. M. I.HI1I.OND W. II. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNKVS-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters, and Notary I'ublic in Office. Office: Skvkkanck Huii.dino, Opposite Court House, HII.H, HAWAII J. Castlk Riuc.wav Thos. C. Ridgway Ridgway & Ridgway ATTOKNKYS-AT-I.AW tollcitors or l'kteuts Oeneral I,nw Practice IIII.O, HAWAII. Notary I'ublic In Office. OPPICH: Wnianuenue and llrldgi. Streets PHYSICIANS. JOHN J. GRACE, M. I)., F.K.C.S. PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON OfTire: WAIANtJl'.NUI? ST. Off! e Hours: 8 to u n. m.; I to 3 p. m. KveniiiKS, 7:30 to K. Nj moruiuK hours 011 Wednesdays. R. H. Reid, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGKON Office: Si'RitCKias' 1H.OCK. Office Hours : 10.30 to 13 n. 111.; 2 to 4 iiutl 7 to 8 p. in. Sundays, g to'12 n. iu. Milton Rice, M. D. Physician and Sukguon Office, Wniamicmie St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.j a-4 and 7:30 to 8:30 p. M. Suiutnys, 9 to 11 a. m. ItKAL ESTATK, ETC. A. K. Sutton H. Vicaus A. . Sutton & Co. Agents for I,oudon and Lancashire Pire Insurance Company, Orient Insur ance Company. Westchester l'ire Insurance Company. Auctionhhks, Commission, Rkai. Ks- TATK ANI) INSUKANCK AGl'NTS Office in Economic Shoh Stokk, IIII.O, HAWAII. W. A. Purdy, LIFE, PIRfi, ACCIDUNT, MARINE INSURANCE Oi.n Custom Housk Huii.dino, Pront Street, Hilo, Hawaii. DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S. DENTIST Office Hours, 9 to 4 HILO, HAWAII Walter JE. Schoening DENTIST Skvkkanck Housk, Pitman Street, H11.0, Hawaii CLASSIFIED ADS. notices. NoTlCK Neither the Miuters nor Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line" will he responsible for tiny debts con tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD, Agent. Hllo, April 16, 1901, 34. Notice oi Foreclosure. III nccorilnncc with the proviilons of n certain uiortKiiKC ni.tilc liy Otto Rose, of Mild, Islnml mid Tcnitory of Hawaii, nnil Hnttic II. Rose, his wife, to John T. Ma ker, of the city, Island niul Territory aforesaid, bearing dnte the 281I1 dny of April. 1899, nnd n corded iu the office of the Reu.istrnr of Conveyances nt Hono lulu, Territory of Hawaii, in Liber 192, p.t;e 204, 205, 206. Notice is hereby Riven that the said tnortiwKCC intends to foreclose Hie said inortji'iK1-' f,rn breach of conditions there of, to wit: the utiti piyiuelil of the principal therein find the interest thereof when the saute became due and pay able. Notice is also given that in nccordancc with the laws of the Territorv of Hawaii. and more particularly the provisions ofl an net entitled "an Act to l'rovlde lor the sale of lnottaj;cd properly without suit r Decree of Sale," approved the 13th day of July, 1874 and the amendments thereto (provision therefor beine; con tained iu said mortice) will be sold nt Public Auction, to tin,' highest bidder, on Saturday, the Twenty third day of Aug ust, 1902 at 12 o'clock M., at the front door of the Court House, Uilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii, all the interest 111 uie sain uuo nose ami name 11. ituse, his wife, in niul to the lollowingdescribed property, and all improvements thereon being the property described in said mort gage, situate 111 Hilo, Island nnd Terri tory aforesaid, nnd more particularly described ns follows: Commencing at North-Knst corner of house lot owned by W. L. Rose, and mil ling North 52 degrees Iiast, seventy five feel along Church Street; thence North 2S degrees West, eighty feet; South 74 degrees west, seventy-five feel to the North corner of the said V. L. Rose house lot; thence along said house lot South 29.16 degices Iiast, one hun dred and seven feet to the point of com mencement, containing an area of fifteen inc-huudrcdths of an acie. Terms cash, iu gold coin of the United Stales. JOHN T. HAKKR. fly LuIH-ond & Smith, His Attorneys. 4o-3t L'.ilup.iln Uoopau Moluki Hike uiciia aelike ekeknhl uiolaki ilia tin ia e Otto Rose, o Hilo, .Mokiipuni nine Teritori o Hawaii, nine Hattie II. Rose, kann wnhine, in John T. linker, eke Ta 011a, Mokupuui nine Teritori i olelo niua a, i liana ia ikn la 28th o Apelila, 1899, a thoopaa ia maka Kecua Hooua ma Hono lulu, Teritori o Hawaii, iloko oka Liber 192, ncav 204, 205, 206. Ma keia kehoolaha aku nei ka tuea pan .Molaki no ka hoopaa ana ika Molaki ma iiiuli, oka uhai iaana ekekahi man kumu, kclieikeuei: noka uku ele ia ana oka uiolaki ume ka uku pauce ikn mauawM tliike inai ai eke tana tuauawa e uku iaai. Makein ke hoolaha ia aku nei dike ai ineke kannwni eke Teritori o IIuiaii, i liana ia, "he kumu neke kuai ana ikcknln waiwai i molaki ia tueka hnoptiele, alioo puka iapaho eke kalii l'alapala Kuai, 1 iiieno ia ikn la 13 o July, 1S74 ame na liooponopouo hou ia ana (ao kei 1 na ku mu ma loko ekeia molaki) e kuia ia m.i kc K11 D.ila, ikn mea nana ke koho kei kei, l'oalio August la 23, 1902 ika liera 12 eke nwakea, maka ptik.i liiamua ekn Hale Hookolikole o Hilo, Mokupuui ame Teri ori o Hawaii, ona kuleana npau o Otto lloss ame Hattie 11. Rose, kann wnhine, iloko eka waiwai i hooakakaia ame tia jiouo npau ouwa waiwai nei i hooakakaia maloko eke ia molaki, ewaJhe nei ma Hilo, Mokupuui ame Teritori i olelo mua in, a ihooakakaia peuei: Ivhoomake ana ma ke kill! Akau-Hiki-tia oka pn hale o W. L. Rose, a hele ika Akau 54) degrees Hikiua, 75 kapuai ma ka ulanue llaili (Chureh street, alalia Akau 2SJ( degrees Komohaua, Soknpuni; Honin 74 degrees Kemehaua, 75 kapuai make kilii Akou oka hale o W. 1 Hose: ama ka pa hale Ileum 29.16 degrees Hi kiun, 107 kapuai mai kalii i liooni ika inai ai, tioua ka liuiua o uuiikiiiualima me hookahi-hnucri ekn ekn. Make D.ila kuike, ama ke Dala Gula o Amelika Huipuia' JOHN T. 11AKHR, Na Liilli.oND it Smith, Komt mail I.eio. 4o-3t Administrators Sale Ileal Estate. or Notice is hereby given, that in pur suance of an order made and entered by the Circuit Judge of the Circuit Court of the Pottrtli Circuit, T. II ., on the 251I1 day of July, A. I). 1902, iu the matter of the estate of S itiiuel Kalahiki, deceased, the undersigned administrator of said estate will sell at public auction, subject to confirmation by said Court, the follow ing described personal property, to-wit: An undivided one-null 01 lliirty-one acres of laud situate at Kamaee, in the district of South Hilo, Island and Terri tory of Hawaii, the same being a portion of the laud described iu Royal Patent, No. 013 Said sale will be made nt liublic auc tion, at 12 o'clock noon, on Tuesday, the and day of September. A. I). 1902, at the front door of the Court House, iu South Hilo, in the Island and I erritorv of Ha - Willi. Said sale will be made to the highest bidder, iu cash, iu United States Gold Coin. Deed nt purchaser's expense. HENRY KEAHI KALAHIKI. Administrator of the estate of Samuel Kalahiki, deceased. Wish it Ross, Attorneys for Administrator. 39-41 MISS li. G. Fracker STENOGRAPHY ani TYPEWRITING Office: Court House Telephone 58A POLITICAL (10SSIP Pnrslstpul It u mors Still Afloat lie irni'dlni; Intentions nf Oov. Hole. It comes to Ilnwrtii tlirou,ii trustworthy channels tlmt it is by no means certain that Governor Dole will serve out his full term of office, notwithstanding his recent Presidential upholding nnd vindi cation. It is even credibly stated that Governor Dole himself realizes that he may be confronted by a sit uation within the next six months that will convince his best friends as well as himself that the behest of public welfare will demand his retirement. Moreover it is stated by a gentleman in touch with the inner working of the Honolulu po litical ring, that Governor Dole has already formulated the terms and specified the contingency under which he will, of his own accord, lay down the habiliments of high office nnd seek the shady retreat of home and private citizenship. The first condition named by the Governor is that he shall be paid his salary to the end of the term. Friends, who are wealthy and who approve the conditional plan of the Governor, stand ready to see hi.ii made good for loss of salary, should the pressure of circumstance com pel him to quit. The condition of affairs, which will put into action these passive conceptions of duty on the part of the Governor and his political ad visers, briefly stated, is the defeat of the administration in the coming election. Iu other words the Kn glish and continental view of poli tics prevails now at the capital iu Honolulu. Dole is "going to the country" in this election. If he tails of endorsement at the polls, like a British cabinet, he will dis solve and resign but with this difference he has bargained with private individuals for a continu ance of his salary. The process of ratiocination by which the Hawaiian administration has come to this lofty purpose has not been unassisted by outside facts and past considerations. It has been learned at Honolulu, what was known in other quarters before, namely, that the endorsement of. uoie uy uie rresmeui was not sucn a lock, stock and barrel sort of an affair after all. The true inward- tiess of that matter has penetrated, at last, to the charmed circle and 1 Dole too, evidently has been put I The endorsement of Governor uoic uy rrehu.cniooseveii wasm- dttced by certain influential senators. I-.-I I... . 1 T ,. !.. These senators, whose constituents are Boston and the Congregational church, held up Dole's hands be- cause of missionary nnd personal ties. 1 he President could not turn these senators down. The long and short of it is that there were political and sentimental considera tions on the spot sufficient to induce the President to stand by Dole, without considering as iu thc prob lem, n single Hawaiian matter, The Hawaiian questions were all dumped back upon Dole, with the ... , ' . . ' , . admonition that he settle them his ntfii' lf wlllllillir nt tli, nnllc lllJc ' fall. These reported negotiations of the Governor would indicate that he believes in taking time by the I , . . . ., oxU.nt 0f ,einir I Iorcloclv l0 llle cxiu ol t,b 1 ready to choose cituer route when he comes to a fork in thc road. The incredible phase of the re ported arrangement is that the Governor should at this late day manifest such a startling disposition to consider the wishes of the people over whom he reigns. In spite of the apparent reflection upon pure disinterestedness of purpose, which has ever been Governor Dole's chief distinction as a servant of the people, the public will not find fault with his demand that his salary to the end of his term be guaranteed. On the contrary, there are to be found on this island, patriots who would not only con tribute to the fund to make good the unearned salary, but would go iu for a substantial' purse on the side. t The Republicans on Kauai are said to be very wide awake and actively interested iu the approach ing campaign. The particular thing which has worked them up iu an off year fight, is the reported determination of a Honolulu fac tion to bring about the removal of two heads of departments appointed by Governor Dole during the last session of the legislature. It is universally held on this island that the two officials referred to, arc most efficient and industrious. It would not be denied on the big island that Superintendent Uoyd and Treasurer Wright are the most popular public officials in Hawaii. The reason for it is the general be- I lief that they, each in his respec tive line, has accomplished more, j under great and adverse difficulties than could have been expected from anybody. It is noticeable that only those who were not present nt the Repub lican nominating convention in Hilo, are dissatisfied with the dele gations chosen to represent the dis trict at the two conventions. Kven as it is, the voice of the kicker has descended to a low growl. Judging from the enthusiasm manifest at the Olaa precinct club meeting last week, nothing can dampen the ardor of Olaa Republi canism. If the precinct is wiped off the map and all its voters dis franchised, the boys will rally j'ust the same. CUPID WILL MAKE TOUR. Expects to Leave for Mnul nnd Ha linn all this Week. Honolulu, August 4. U p o n the verdict of the executive committee of the Ilui Ktiokoa nt Us mcetllIg tomorrow will rest the rcss which wil, be nade in ,..,.:,. ort,niz:1tion work on its lines of the other parties The meeting of Wednesday will be the i;,st i)efore the departure of Prince CulJd for the olhcr islam,S( where he vSll mcet many of the frJciuls of tin litii iitli rt n rr cool-Itirr infrxrtrin- 11 IV. 11 111) tvuu utv. k-).sltilC ittlUi uiu- tion concerning the workings of thc new orBBI1zalloili nnd whovill ,viti.ollt llonht take un the nrona- gauda. Cupid will go to Maui in the Mauua I.oa on Friday and will be iat Wailuku during the races. This time seems propitious as the most of the the men who have signified a desire to hear of the new patty will be at the race meeting, ar.d they will thus have the opportunity to meet thc leader and he will be given the chance to look into the situation affecting the voters and 1 their feeling toward the old leaders. ' At Prefs.entf Pri"f Cupid expects to make the trip alone, but there is , fceHlg amolg the mcrnbers of the executive committee that there should be a committee accompany the leader on the tiip, so that the work of spreading the organization may go forward. Prince Cupid has now received letters calling lor his presence at many points on Hawaii and he will extend his trip so as to include Hilo, Kohala, Waitnea and the iii termodiate points. This trip may extend to September 1st, nnd iuthe meantime the organization of the party Here wm ue jmi 1 uuer way. The proclamation of thc party t ,m. n.ulv for eiulliiir nut and it ! nrobable that there will be no time lost in having the various islands put under the charge of some fol lower of the Ilui, so that there may Le a complete organization effected very soou, VLitnicT of m uk in: It. After Nino Hays Work Coroner's Jury Completes Its Labor. The coroner's jury, sitting iu the case of the Japanese, Mntohiro Kit aio, who was found dead with his throat cut, on the evening of July 25th, returned a virdict Monday night after an almost continuous session lusting nine days. The verdict is that deceased was mur dered by Wntanabe Masaji and Funakoshi Jatsagoro. The verdict also names six other Japanese in cluding two women as accessories before the fact. The verdict in full is as follows : "An inquisition taken at Hilo, South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, on the Fourth day of August, in the year 1902, before h. A. Andrews, one of the Coroners of said Island, upon the body of Motohiro Kitaro (Jap) there lying dead, by the oaths of the Jurors whose names sire hereunto subscribed, who being iworn to inquire when, how and 'iy what means the said Motohiro Kitaro came to his death, upon their oaths do say that the jaid Motohiro Kitaro came to his death at Hilo, South Hilob Island and Territory of Hawaii, on July 25th, 1902, between 6 p. m. and 7 p. in., by being stabbed in the neck by n knife. "That the said deceased was murdered by Wntanabe Masaji and Funakoshi Tatsugoro, and that Set Ichitaro, Taka Seo (w), Kane Fun akoshi (w), Ushijima Matzutaro, Hayashi Tetsu, Kobataki Toyo tuchi, and other persons unknown to the Jury arc accessories before tne rnct "In witness whereof, the said Joroner, and the Jurors of this in utest, have hereunto set their tands the day and year aforesaid. .Signed) 1,. A. Andrews, Coroner, L. M. WlUTElIOUSK. J. D. K ASTON, S. Sato, Y. Ham ada, T. Machida, T. IKEDA. The persons charged with the murder are all iu the custody ol the Sheriff, having been arrested on the evening of the alleged crime. Funakoshi and Wntanabe, who are charged with murder iu the first degree, were brought before Dis trict Magistrate Hapai last Tues day morning for arraignment, Smith & Parsons appearing as counsel for the Territory. The charge of murder against each of ihe prisoners was read by the Sheriff. The counsel for the de fendants, Wise & Ross and I,e Illond & Smith were in Court and at this point Mr. I.elllond arose and insisted that it was time they be permitted to consult with their clients. The Ccurt moved the nutters forward three days in ordei to permit the consultation. DAKOTA FARMERS COMINO. Sixteen Families, Itepreseutlui; $il)(),00(), Yi III Settle In Komi. Honolulu, August 4. W i t h the colonization of the Dis trict of Kona, Island of Hawaii, by good, staunch American small farmers, inured to all manner ol hardships and supplied with an amount of capital which would guarantee their living expenses un til such time as the earth shall be gin to send forth its products; with a railroad passing through the principal towns, connecting with shipping ports and eventually join- , , g with the Hi0 ,!M! am, wuh . . , . . . , , , special steamer to carry to II0110 1 ll" the products of farms, there seems to be every reason to believe that this place would become one ol the most important centers iu thv , Islands, I Much has been said about small farmers, but, outside of the Wnhi awa movement, there was nothing much iu this line to speak about until within about a month rmo. when there arrived at this port a well-to-do farmer from Dakota, Mr. Giddings by nnmc. Articles iu the papers, written by Mr. Huchholtz of Kona or by him dictated to reporters, reached the State from which Mr. Giddings hails. He and some of his friends studied the ai tides very closely and found iu them an absolute freedom from any attempt nt booming. The truth about Kona was very evi dently told and, after studying over thc situation very carefully, Mr. Giddings decided to come to the Islands to make an investiga tion into thc conditions. Mr. Giddings explained that the men whom he represented were all well-to-do, not one of the number having less than $5,000 and a num ber having as high as $50,000 or $60,000. At a rough estimate, thc families which he represented were the possessors of something like $200,000. It is believed by those most inter ested iu this movement that the ac tion of the Dakota farmers will be the means of inducing many of the same sturdy kind of people all over the Mainland to come to Hawaii to settle. LANDS OPENED. Pima and OI1111 Allotment Attracts . Mu uy Applicants. Since Inst Monday the Territory of Hawaii is a smaller land holder of from 2,500 to 3,000 acres nnd 1 10 citizens are the possessors of homesteads. J.and Agent K. D. Baldwin had his hands full at his office in caring for the crowd of ap plicants which besieged his door, eager to become owners of Olaa and Puna land. The advertised date for opening the lands was Monday, August 4. As early as the previous Thursday night, a land boomer with a chair and roll of magazines, sat himself down at Baldwin's office door and proceeded to bide his time. He was soon joined by others and by Saturday night the sidew.ilk was covered for five rods with a patient line of people, waiting for the books to open Monday morning. The Hawaiians were in the ma jority, although all resident nation alities were represented. IJaily Monday morning there appealed on the scene those who wanted land but who had not figured on butting into such a string of com petitors. Fancy prices weie offered for advanced positions in the line. The man who camped on the door step Thursday night sold his place at the head of the line for $350 cash. The purchaser seemed ti good .to-aere tract in Puna and is glad of his bargain, while the early riser is happy over his easy $100 per day. In the whole allotment only one person took tinder the 999 ear lease. The right of purchase lease was the favorite method. WOOIHIIUIMJI'. TO JAPAN. Vlleged to Have Taken Funds He lunging to Phillips .V Co. Honolulu, Aug. 4. F rank Woodbridge or "String" as he was popularly known and "Mark" Hauua, both prominently identified with the local lodge of Ulks, de parted yesterday on the Nippon Maru for Yokohama. When String" Woodbridge went, a lot of cash belonging to M. Phillips & Co. also vanished, or could not be accounted for, and throughout the afternoon the membeis of that firm were at work 011 their books dis entangling tiling. "w.H; . sr"