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FRIDAY,
OCT. io, 1902.
Entered at the Fostoffice at IHlo, Ha
waii, as second-class matter
rUnUSHHD HVKRV FRIDAY.
L. W. Haworth
Editor.
REPUBLICAN TICKET
FOR DELEGATE TO CONGRESS
Jonah Kalanianole.
.For Senators
STEPHEN L. DESHA,
J. D. PARIS.
For Representatives
J. M. KAUWILA,
J. D. LEWIS,
G. W, PATY,
J. PRITCHARD.
MUG .VI.
New York, September 36. Raw, firm;
Fair refining, 3c; centrifugal, 96 test,
itfe's Molasses Supar, 3c; Refined,
Jjrui.
A NEGLIGENT ROAD BOARD.
The Road Board seems to have
gone to sleep. The contract for the
improvement of Waianueinie street
is being carried out by the
Department of Public Works.
A journey through other streets in
dicates that the Road Board is
merely "standing round" with the
energy of others as a pretext.
Front street is full of bumps and
holes and the longer it remains un
repaired the worse it becomes and
the greater will be the cost to fix it The distinctive clement in such 111
up. In Puueo the chuck holes are ! tcrcession now, is that it will com-
just as numerous and broken ve
hicles are a common experience of
those who for the moment imagine
they are driving or hauling on safe
roads.
The people of Hilo and Waiakea
and Wainaku pay enough poll tax
annually to keep roads and streets
in a high state of repair. The fact
that they are so rough and cut up
is tolerably good proof that the
Road Board is neglecting its busi
ness. Wednesday and yesterday the
teams of the Volcano Stables Com
pany were employed by public
spirited private citizens to haul
gravel and make Front street pas
sable for loaded wagons and to en
able light rigs to be driven in a trot
without breaking an axle. When
the people grow so tired waiting for
public officials to perform their du
ties that they jump in and do the
work themselves, at their own ex
pense, it would seem that excuse
for the officials would be hard to
find.
What is the Road Board doing?
What has it done - and where does
it keep itself?
SUGAR CIRCLES PLEASED.
In Honolulu the news of renewed
activity in Hawaiian sugar stocks
at San Francisco created a cheerful
feeling. Broker Harry Armitage
said to the Evening Bulletin: "I
have received cheering letters from
Mr. Pollitz and Sutro Co. The
former briefly mentions the Euro
pean advices and the sudden de
mand for Hawaiian stocks thereby
created.
Sutro & Co. state that the day
the last steamer sailed they received
a special wire saying that, owing
to a shortage of the French beet
crop, sugar in 1903 will be one mil
lion tons short, and they add:
"Specialists figure that the raw
article ought to sell at between 4
and 4j cents a pound
"When the news became general ,
mere was an oiu-time scramble for
sugar stocks, and the list we are
mailing you show how high they
have sold. The advance, we are
sorry to state, have not been main
tained, some brokers anxious to
make sales advising their clients to I
Sell. 1
"The fact of a shortage remains
and the benefit will be felt next sea
son. Stocks are now low and pur
chasers will make handsome profits
by waiting a reasonable time."
Secretary H. E. Cooper has
been made Acting Superintendent
of Public Works. He lias ap
pointed Clarence M. White chief
clerk temporarily.
OUR NEW DIPLOMACY
When Secretary Hay submitted
a note to the European powers ask
ing for concerted action relative to
Uie oppression of the Roumanian
Jews, the United States took an im
portant step in her new program of
world diplomacy which begnn with
the .war for the liberation of Cuba.
American initiative with respect to
the alleviation of oppressed and
helpless people in the heart of
Europe is a long stride from the
spirit of 'Cleveland's no less patriotic
administration, in which he so sig
nally stopped British aggression in
South America. Cleveland made
the Monroe Doctrine a literal rule
of action in the narrower material
sense that was in the mind of the
statesman who promulgated it.
The new era in American diplo
macy which promises to be the
crowning glory of American civiliz
ation, and the most conspicuous
characteristic of our Twentieth Cen
tury era, has for its keynote, hu
manity. In whatever corner of the
world may be found a people de
prived of the natural rights of
property and the pursuit of happi
ness, America is now in a position
to lift up her voice in their behalf.
Her good faith toward the people
of Cuba and toward the world
stamps her motive unselfish when
ever she may proclaim it such.
The Monroe Doctrine obversely ap
plied does not mean that America
may not make diplomatic interces
sion in the cause of distressed Im
' inanity in any
part of the earth.
maud the attention,
consideration, if not
tion, of the powers.
respect and
the coopera-
HAWAIIAN STOCKS IMPROVING,
SAN I'RANCISCO, Sept., 25.
The stronger tone in the price of
raw sugar has brought about
greater interest in Hawaiian sugar
stocks. Prices have advanced and
trading in these stocks has taken a
turn for the good. The closing
n notations yesterday were as fol
lows:
Hana Plan 36 36
Haw. Com 34 35
Houokaa 12
Hutch S. P 13 14X
Kilauea 6 7
Makaweli 21 22
Unomea 21 23
Paauhatt 13" 13
Sales 30 Haw Com, $34.50; 200
Hutch S. P., 14.25; ro Makaweli
3-5o; 55 Houokaa, 14; 500 do
13-50; 5 do, 13.25; 50 do, 13; 50
do 12.87 J; do '3! 4 Haw Com,
35; 10 do 34.25; 2oPaauhau, 14.50;
50 do 14.37; 60 do 14.25. After
noon sates 75 lionokaa, 13; 50
Hutch S. P., 14.25; 50 Paauhau,
14; 115 do, 13.50.
Tmc tariff is looming up again as
a disturbing factor in the harmoni
ous ranks of the Republican party.
In Iowa, a plank looking toward
the reduction of duties caused
Speaker Henderson to decline to
stand for reelection. In New York
the protectionists stand pat. The
bearing of the tariff upon trust
problems will be a bone of conten
tion likely to give the Democrats a
better showing in the next Con
gress. Tun latest mails from the coast
brought no letters from Superin
tendent of Public Works J. II.
Boyd. Mr. Boyd was expected to
arrive in Honolulu himself. His
failure to return is explained par
tially, by the fact that the late Treas
urer Mr. Wright was asked bv
qov
ernor Dole to write to Boyd
requesting his return. Evidently
Mr. Wright was too busy to get
the letter off.
With a cable ship in port at Ho
nolulu carrying several thousand
miles of wire for
Anstrnlinti lini. ntifl
the Canadian-
the Hawaiian-)
American rope on its way around
........ ........ ....w, ......
the Horn, the Pacific ocean is in a
fair way to realize the dreams of
Cyrus W. Field.
I Knlirhls of rythlas.
The Knights of Pythias Saturday even
ing upen House nisi wee was n second
testimonial to the good planning of the
leaders in that order. Many visitors
came and went during the evening.
Tubles for cards, ping pong and billiards
were patronized by the guests. These K.
of P, parties will be given once a month.
CITIZENS KKL'AIK STUEETS.
Wretched Condition or City Thor
oughfares Compclls I'coplo
to Act.
Mr. Wright of the Volcano Stables bas
received an order from a committee of
citizens to put teams to work hauling
gravel to repair the chuckholcs on Front
street. One team began hauling yester
day and today three or four more will be
added. Work was commenced near the
junction of I'onoliawai where the street
is in an abominable condition. The
street throughout its whole length has
been in need of attention for several
mouths. Now it is next to impossible to
drive a light rig hi a fast trot and remain
in the buggv. The numerous holes
make heavy Graying a very troublesome
businesund the patience of the public
has reached the breaking point. When
Front street has been repaired at private
expense, it is the intention of the Citi
zens' Improvement League to continue
me good work in l'uueo. llic met Hint
this necessary work must be done by
private subscription is sufficient commen
tary 011 the energy and wisdom of the
Hilo road board.
Outgoing Clnudlno I'nssengcr List.
October 10. Dr W Volz. David A lollv
J T Mullcr, Mrs J Fillullcr, Miss M Rei
ser. Miss reck, II Ii Gclir, r Tcck, Rev
v 11 luteal and wue, 11011 i' J I.imler
ninn, Mrs Thompson and two children,
E Simmons, Wm Chalmers, K P Mabic,
Lieut Hruno Von Pochliamuier, Mr W
Von Gracvemeyer, Mrs Fukai, Mrs. Na
gai, C Sawano, Dr. Fukai, A J W Mc-
Kcnzlc.
Church Notice
Preaching at the First Forcicn Church
next Sabbath at II a. m. and 7:30 p. 111.
Morning subject "Christ at the Door."
Evening subject "llible Portrait of the
Antediluvian Writers.1 Everybody wel
come. V. L. NASH,
Pastor,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the firm of
Wing Chan Tni Kcc doing business as
general merchants at Ililo, Hawaii, have
made a voluntary assignment to the un
dersigned for the benefit of their creditors
without preference. The creditors of
said firm are hereby requested to file their
claims with the undersigned and all per
sons indebted to the firm of Wing Chan
Tai Kee are requested to call and pay
the same without delay.
W. S. WISE,
Ililo, October 9th, 1902. Assignee.
BY AUTHORITY.
SEALED TENDERS.
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Scaled tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until 13
ui. of FRIDAY, the 31st day of October,
1902, for furnishing and erecting two
steel bridges In the city of Ililo, Island of
Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii. One over
Waiakea river, 100 foot span, pin centers.
One over Wailuku river, 170 foot span,
pin centers: both bridges, 20 foot road
way and two (2) four foot sidewalks.
LOADING.
Bridges to be proportioned for 12 ton
steam road roller, ten foot wheel bise.
Balance of roadway and sidewalks, 100
pounds per square foot.
FLOOR SYSTEM.
Steel floor beams and wooden stringers
and wooden flooring. Bridge to be so
proportioned and detailed that steel
stringers, buckle plates and concrete and
bitumen floor system may be substituted
for wooden stringers and floor.
Steel hand rail on sidewalks. , All to
be in conformity with Cooper's specifica
tions. Contractor will submit with proposal,
strain sheets, showing strains and sizes of
each number, with plan and details;
shop drawings to be approved by Super
intendent of Public Works.
Contractors will stale in their propo
sals: 1st. The sum for which they will fur
nish each structure upon the site ready
for erection.
2nd. The sum for which they will
erect each bridge ready for travel.
3d. Contractors will state on propo
sals, the time for delivery of each bridge
at site; also time required to erect bridge
ready for travel.
Piers and abutments will be erected by
the Department of Public Works.
Dridge sites are withiu one (1) mile of
Government Wharf, Ililo Harbor.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any orall bids.
Contract to remove old structures.
JAMES II. BOYD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
The time for receiving bids for
bridges, Waiakea and Wailuku rivers,
Hilo, has been extended to November 28,
1902.
JAMES II. I10VD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
isimiu aim lerntory ot Hawaii.
At Chamhkks.
Order for Special Term.
Dceminc it essential to the nromotiou
of justice, I do order that a Special Term
of the Circuit Court of the Fourtli Circuit
be he.ld in the Court House in Hilo, com
mencing on Friday, Oct 3d, A. D. 1902,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day
and continuing from day to day and from
time to time for the period provided by
la , unless sooner adjourned sine die.
By order of the Court.
Done at Chambers this 34th day of
September, A. D. 1903.
(Signed) GILBERT F. LITTLE.
Judge.
The foregoing order is hereby approved.
(Sign) W. F. Frkar,
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court,
Territory of Hawaii,
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
W.C.PEACOC & CO., Ltd.
RPinfiR STPRFT
SVEA
Of Gothenburg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) .... $7,322,063.36
Assets in U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department: EDWARD BROWN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 California St., San Francisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agonts, HILO
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HAWAIIAX f
Engineering and Construction Co. J
Rooms 508, 509, 510 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
All classes of Engineering work solicited. Examinations, Surveys and J
Reports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam and Electrical Construe-
tion. Plans and Specifications and Estimates prepared, and Construction J
Superintended in all branches of Engineering Work. Contracts solicited .
for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels, Bridges, Buildings, Highways, V
Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc. 4
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and (t
Reports of properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
Engineer and Manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
P. O. Box 537.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
In I'RonATit At Chamhkks.
In the matter of the Estate of EDWARD
N. HITCHCOCK, of Hilo, Hawaii,
deceased.
The petition and accounts of the Ad
ministratrix of the Estute of said deceas
ed, having been filed wherein she asks
that her accounts be examined and ap
proved, and that a final order be made of
Uisiriinitlon 01 uie properly remaining in
her hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging her from all further re
sponsibility as such administratrix.
It is ordered that Monday be 37th
day of October, A. D. 1903, at 9 o'clock
a. hi., at Chambers, In the Court House
at South Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same
is hereby appointed us the time and
place for hearing said petition and ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, October 3, 1903.
Bv the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Smith & Parsons,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 48-3
L. SEVERANCE
AUCTIONEER
AKdit for J. I). Burccklci & Ilroi., Ililo.
" CoUrctlnK rent for Waiakea Mill Co.
" to Kraut marrlaice llccnacs
School agent, South Ililo.
Room I, up stairs over L. Turner's
Leave orders at Hilo Drug Co,, Ltd
BRIDGE STREET
Marie Brizard & Roger,
Brandies
Jas. Hennessy & Co's
Cognac
Are the best for Hospitals
or the Sick Room.
After the Summer take a TONIC
We have the
BEST MALT TONIC
- ..Try it
Now in use at the HILO HOSPITAL
INSURANCE
COMPANY
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
Twrrtlnfn rC Ilfin-aJt '
In Probatk AT CllAMlll'.RS.
In the matter of the Estate of CHARLES !
EDWARD HA PA I, of Hilo, Island I
and Territory of Hawaii, deceased. )
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
of the estate of said deceased. I
All creditors of said estate arc hereby 1
notified to present their claims, duly I
verified and with proper vouchers, if any,
to the uudvisigned at Hilo, Hawaii, I
withiu six mouths from the date of this :
notice, otherwise such claims, if any,
will be forever barred,
G. W. A. HAPAI
Administrator Estate of Charles Edward 1
Hapai, deceased. '
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 9, 1903. 49-4 '
Dissolution of Partner
ship. The partnership heretofore existing be
tween W. A. Fetter and II. W. Ludloff
under the firm name of the Hilo Bakery,
Is this day dissolved', W. A. Fetter re
tiring. II. W. Ludloff assumes all lia
bility and all bills due the firm are pay
able to him.
W. A. FETTER.
II. W. LUDLOFF.
Hilo. Hawaii, September 30, 1903,
School
Dress
Materials
For the coming season we
have provided a specially
good assortment of . . , .
PERCALES, 6 and 8 yards
for $1.00.
GINGHAMS, 8 yards for
gi.oo.
ZEPHYRS, from 25c upward
DIMITIES, in white and in
white with colored dots and
figures.
PIQUES, white and figured.
EMBROIDERIES and Trim
mings in all the newest de
signs. BOYS' WASH SUITS
BOYS' CLOTH SUITS
" MOTHER'S FRIEND "
WAISTS.
BLOUSES, white and colored
BOYS' KNEE PANTS
SOME LADIES' SHIRT
WAISTS, slightly soiled,
reduced to $1.00 each.
On the way
a large line of
Stetson Hats
L. TURNER CO.,
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