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:1 ? - v. , m: &. -U -1- Of' 'Y C5T ' 4 ' -Jta' 1 Sll; jj BrluHU, ReUable. J A I . gll V" V't' f "t i The ProeroBlve W wA Vol. 8. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANtfS,'-FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1902. No. 3. jj " -wT-f " .r- ---. - . , V V. ? 1 tSSmSSmmmSSSiSmSimlmmmimmiimm ' W MK'MUS.." .' I I I ... I .- I -i . 4rW. ra "w In ?-. Xfr ti K .1 5 k- P i -tt it-- ; u 7 r" Iju gjUo QDvilmuc PUnLISHKD KVKKY FRIDAY OPFICK, KtNO STRRBT, HILO, HAWAII. (TRIBONR BLOCK.) Hilp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publishers and Proprietor. President C. C. Kknnkdy Vice-President K. E. Kiciiahm Secretary-Treasurer 1.. W. Hauoktii Auditor - A. H. Sutton Directors Oko. 8. MoK mm, II W. Marsh Advertisements unaccompanied by specific nstructlons inserted until ordered out. Advertisements discontinued before expiration of specified period will be charged as If con tlnued for lull term. Address all communications either to the Kditorlalor nuslness Departments of Tim IIilo Tribunr Puhlisiiinii Companv. The columnsot TDK Hilo Tribune are always open to communications on subjects within the scope of the paper. To receive proper attention, each article must be signed by its author. The name, when desired, will be held confidential, Thk Hilo Trihunb, Is not responsible for the opinions or statements of correspondents. . iwrr ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Wise & Ross, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will practice In all Courts or the Territory, and the Supreme Court of the Uolled States. Office: Tkiihwk Building, Bridge Street, IIH.O, HAWAII C. M. I.KBI.OND W. II. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters, and Notary Public in Office. Office: Shvkranck Building, Opposite Court House, IIII.O, HAWAII J. Castlb Ridcway Thos. C. Ridgway Ridgway & Ridgway ATTORNKYS-AT-I.AW tollcltors of Patents General Law Practice IIII.O, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. OFFICK I Waianuenue and Bridge Streets L. S. Thompson Naalkhu, Kau, Hawaii ATTORNEY-AT-LAW COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO PHYSICIANS. During my absence Dr. Stow will have charge of my practice. All bills may be paid to him. John J. Grack R. H. Reid, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Waianuenue Street. Office Hours: 8 to 9:30 a. ui.; 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 9 to 1 3 n. m. Milton Rice, M. D. Physician and Surgkon Office, Waianuenue St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. Mj; 2-4 and 7:30 to 8:30 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m. Dr. T. MOTONAGA DENTIST Office Hours S A. M. to 4 P. M. King Street next to Tribune HII.O, .... HAWAII HEAL ESTATE, ETC. L. SEVERANCE AUCTIONEER Kent for J. I). Sprecktes it Ilros.. Hilo. ' " CollectliiK rents for Walakca Mill Co. ' to grant marriage llccutcs bchool agent, South Hilo, Room 1, up stairs over L. Turner's Leave orders at Hilo Drug Co., Ltd, A. E. SUTTON H. VlCAUS A. E. Sutton & Co. Ajjents for Iiiulon and Lancashire Eire Iiiburuuce Company, Orient Insur ance Company. Westchester Eire Insurance Company. Auctionkuks, Commission, Rkai. Es tatk and insukanck agknts Office iu Economic Siiok Stohu, IIII.O, HAWAII. W. A. Purdy, LIFE, FIRE, ACCIDENT, MARINE INSURANCE Oi.d Custom Housit Building, Front Street, Hilo, Hawaii. DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S DENTIST Walter H. Schoening DENTIST Skvuranck Housk, Pitman Street, Hit.o, Hawaii M. M. Springer STENOUKAl'HEK AX1J TYPEWKITBK With WISE 4 HOSS TELEPHONE sin L. E. Arnaud EMBALMER & I'UNERAL DIRECTOR All orders will receive prompt nntl careful attention Care Owl Drug Store Telephone 15 Hilo, Hawaii Mortgagee's N o t i c e of Foreclosure. In accordance with the provisions of a certain purchase money mortgage made hy C. S. Shanlclin of Chicago, Slate of Illinois, to A. Zimmerman ol Ulna, in the Island of Hnwaii, Territory of Hawaii, bearing date the 35th day of January, A. D. 1899, and recorded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances at Hono lulu, in the Territory of Hnwaii, on the 5th day of June, A. D. 1899, in liber 196, at pages 33, 33 and 34 thereof, notice is hereby given that the mortgagee intends to foreclose said mortgage for a breach of a condition thereof, to-wit: The non payment of certain interest thereon, which became due and payable 011 May 16th, A. D. 1902. Notice is olso hereby given that on Tuesday, the 25th day of November, A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon, at the front door of the Court House, in the town of Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii, that all and singular the lands, tenements and hereditaments covered by said mort gage will be sold at pub ic auction to satisfy said debt, interest and expenses of sale. The property described in said mort gage and which will be sold at said time and place is described ns follows: All of Olau lots No. 77 and 82, contain ing 99.67 acres and more fully described in Patent No. 4026 to A. Zimmerman and Anuie Zimmerman, also all of Olaa lots No. 88 and 89, containing 96,20 acres and more fully described in Patent No. 4027 to A. Zimmerman and Anuie Zimmer man. All of said lands being sitaate in the District of Puna, Island and Territory of Hawaii, Terms of sale, Cash U. S. Gold Coin. A. ZIMMERMAN, Mortgagee. Wish & Ross, attorneys. 1-3 Hooltilui Hoopiui Molnki. E like me na uie.i i hoomoakaaka ia nialoko o kekahi molaki kala kuike i liana ia e C. I). Shanlclin o Chicago, Apaua aina o Illinois, la A. Zimmerman 0 Olaa, i loko oka Mokupuui amc Tcrri tore o Hawaii, 1 liana ia ma ka la 25 o January, A, D. 1899, a i hookomoin iloko oka keeua oka men Hoopaa palapala ma Honolulu, Territore o Hawaii ma lia la 50 June, A. D. 1899, buke 196, aoao 32, 33 ame 34 oia buke, a kc hoike ia uei oka men i molaki ia aku ni, ke hoopaa uei oi 1 keia molaki no ka hooko ole ia o kekahi mau men i loko o ua molaki uei, ol hoi ka hooknn ole ia ana oka tiku pauee ma ka la 16 o May, A, D. 1902, ka manawa c uku ia ai o ua uku pauee uei. Nolaila kc hoike in aku uei ma ka Po alua, la 25 o November, A. D. 1902, ma ka bora 12 in,, ma ka puka mamuaoka Hale Hookolokolo, ma kc knona o Hilo, Mokupuui ame Territore o Hawaii, c kit kala Inula ia aku ai na aina amc nu men apau i olelo in tunloko oia molaki noka uku aim i ka aie, uku pauee nine ua lilo apau oia kuai aim. Uica aina noico oicn molaki 1 olelo la a e kuai ia ana hoi inaka mntinwa a wahi i olelo la, ol no na apana aina mnlalo Iho. Onn apana nina helu 77 ame 82 apau ma Olaa, noun hoi ka huina he 99.67 cka, a i hoomoakaaka ia tualoko oka kiln aina helu 4026 a urn na iuoa hoi o A. Zimmer man ame Annie Zimmerman. Ame lia apana aina helu 83 amc 89 apau ma Olaa, noua hoi ka huina he 96.20 ckn, a i hoomoakaaka ia uialoko oka kila aina helu 4027, a ma ua inon hoi o A, Zimmer man ame Annie Zimmerman, Okein mau aina ai no ia maka Apana o Pima, mokupuui ame Territore o Hawaii. Oku kuai ana ma ke kala Gula Kuike 110 ia o America Hiiipuia, A. ZIMMERMAN, Men i Molaki in nku. Wi.sk & Ross, no Lola, LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court orthe Fourth Circuit, Island and Territory of Hawaii. In I'roiiatk At Chamukkb. In the matter ol the Estate of ROBERT ANDREWS, of Hilo, Hawaii, de ceased. Petition having been filed by August Humbtiri'. pruvliitr that letters of Admin istration upon said estate be issued to R. A. Lucus, Notice is hereby given that Monday, the 8th day of December, A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock a. in,, be and hereby is ap pointed for hearing said petition iu the Court room of this Court, nt Hilo, Ha wall, nt which time and place all persons concerned may uppear and show cause, If any they have, why said petition should not be grunted. Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 1 1, I9". By the Court: DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Wish & Ross, Attorneys for Petitioner. 3-3 In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, United States of America- In I'roiiatk At Chamiikrs. In the matter of the guardianship of LOUISA KALUKILO, a minor. A petition having been filed asking that a guardian be appointed of the above named minor, and for the Issuance of letters of guardianship, It is ordered that Monday, the 15th dnyof December, 1902, at 9 o'clock n.m., at the Court House, South Hilo, Hawaii, is hereby appointed the time and place for hearing the petition, when and where any person interested may npicar and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 11, 1902, Hy the Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Ridgway & Ridgway, Attorneys for Petitioner. 2-3 In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In the matter of the Guardianship of HENRY NAKAPUAHI and of MA--KALEKA LEIALOHA NAKAl'U AIII, of Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., minors. The petition of Makalcka R. Nakatm ahi wherein she asks that she be ap pointed guardian of the above named minors and for the issuance of letters of Guardianship to your petitioner having' been filed, Notice is hereby given that Monday, the 8th day of December, 1902, at 9 o'clock a. in., at the Court House, South Hilo, Hawaii, is hereby appointed the time and place for hearing the said peti tion, when and where any person inter ested may appear and show cause, If any they have, why the prayer of said peti tion should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Nov. 11, 1902. Hy the Court: DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. R. A. Lyman, Attorney for Petitioner. Mortiigiigec's Notice of In tention to Foreclose and of Sale. In accordance with the provisions of a certain mortgage made by W. A. Miontid Kealolin Mio, His wile, ol Walpto, Jlatnn kua, Island of Hawaii, to Alexander ninckof Kukiilhaele, Hamakita, Hawaii, dated January 34th, A. D. 189S, and re corded iu the office of the Registrar of Conveyances in Honolulu, II. T., in Liber 174 on pages 416 and 417: notice is here by given that the said A. Black, mortga gee, intends to foreclose the said mort gage for condition broken, towit: non payment of the principal sum and inter est thereon wheu due. Notice is ulso hereby given that the property covered by said mortgage will be sold at public miction to the highest bidder nt the Court House in Honokaa, in said Hamakua, Hawaii, on Saturday, the 6th day of December, A. D. 1902, at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered bv said mortgage is described as follows: All those pieces or parcels of land situated in Waipio, and being those premises described as three Apauas ol K. V. 730a, aim I,, t. A. 10910 to Uiiin, and containing 87.100 of an acre. Terms Cash. ALEXANDER BLACK, Mortgagee. Deeds nt expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to CHARLES WILLIAMS, Attorney for Mortgagee. Honokaa, Hawaii, November 8, 1902. 2-3 Hoolalia Hooko o kuMo- raki a nie kc Knai. I kulike ni tne ha hooko mm o kekahi moraki i liana ia e W. A. Mio a me Kea- loha Mio, kona wahitic marc, o Waipio, Hamakua, Mokupuui o Hawaii, in Alex ander Black o Kukuihacle, Hamakua, Hawaii, ka 111 ea paa moraki, i liana ia ma ka la 24 o Janualt, M. II. 1898, n i kakau kope ia ma ka Kcenn Knknu Kope mn Honolulu, II. T., Buke 174, aoao 416 a me 417; ke hoolalia la nkn uei ka lohc kc makemakc uei o A. Black, i olelola, e hooko aku i ua moraki la, no ka uhaki ia o kc aelikc, oia ka hooknn ole in kn kumupna a tuc ka nku pauee i ka wa c hookaa ni. Ke hoolalia in aku uei ka lohc i uamen I apau, o ka waiwni 1 paa tualoko o ua moraKi ia, e Kuai ia atu ana urn kc ku dala nkea ma ka Hale Hookolokolo mn Houoknn, Hamakua, mn ka Ponono In 6 o Dekemabn, M. H. 1902, horn I2nwakea. O ka waiwni i pan uialoko o ua moraki la peuci ke kuhlkuhi ana: O kcla mau apann ulna npau e wniho la mn Waipio, Ilnmnkun, n 0I11 nn npnun ckoln i kulii kiihi la ma kn Palapala Sila Nut 730S Palapala Hooko Kuleaua helu 10918, no un kn ili he 87-100 Eka. Kulike ka Dala. ALEXANDER BLACK. Men paa Moraki. Nn uku liana palapala I kn men e lilo at. No ua mea i koe, e iiiuau ia, CHARLES WILLIAMS, Loio no ka mea paa Moraki. Kakauia ma Honokaa, Hawaii, Novc iiiiiIm 8, 1902. 2-3 LOST. Between Knwnihne nnd Paauhati, Ha uiakua, on October 15, a pocketbook con tainitiL' a sum of money, also Hilo Elec tric Light Company stock certificate No. 133. Finder will greatly oblige hy hand ing same to A. B. Lindsay, Postmaster at Honokaa. Notick Neither the Masters nor Agent of vt-sselfl of the "Mntsou Line" will be responsible for any debts con tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD, Agent. Hilo, April 16, 1901, 34. the Stnto or Cnllforniii. San Francjsco, Nov. 7. The Associated Press, which tabulated the returns on Governor, reports that vhile Pardee's majority over I,ane may not be as large as his supporters expected, there is no doubt but that the vote will show that he has been elected Governor. Although the returns from ninety one precincts received up to noon today showed only a gain of five votes for Pardee, making his total lead up to that hour 794, the full returns from L,os Angeles county, having materially changed the as pect. Sixty-nine additional pre cincts from Los Angeles county, re ceived afternoon, gave Pardec548a, Lane 4431, a gain of 1055 for Par dee. The plurality for Pardee ap pears to be 1 70 1. It is probable that fuller returns from Humbolt will increase it and bring the figure nearer to 2000. It is not likely to exceed that number. Additional returns from twenty- three precincts in the First Con gressional district gave Gillett (R) 1490 and Ford (D) 1351. This brings Gillette's total vote up. to date, 12,341; Ford's total vote up to dat., 11,120. Gillette may be expected to gain still more, as a large portion of the vote of Hum boldt county, in which lie is run ning ahead, remains to be heard from. Additional precinct returns from the Second Congressional district bring the vote for Coombs up to 15.755; Cell, 16,439. As Bell's gain ''ontinue, there is now ap parently no doubt but that he has ) defeated Coombs. THK VOTE ON AMENDMENTS. Complete returns on the vote for amendments have been received fiom four large counties, including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacra mento and San Joaquin. They clearly show the drift and enable us to state that the fate of the amendments was as follows: No. 1, authorizing a State tax for high schools and technical schools cairied. No. 2, providing for the division of the State into fish and game dis trictscarried. No. 3, exempting State, muni cipal and district bonds from taxa tion carried. No. 4, providing that charters may be ratified by a majority of electors voting thereon carried. No 5, fixing an eight-hour day for labor on public works carried. No. 6, authorizing use of voting machines carried. No. 7, providing for the construc tion and maintenance of State high wayscarried. No. 8, relating to the creation of a State commission to take charge of transportation and other com paniesoverwhelmingly defeated. No. 9, providing for the abolition of grand jury prosecutions in doubt, but probably carried. Miickiiy's llrltlnh Estute. Loudon, Nov. 6. The estute in Great Britain of John W. Mackay, who died here July 20th, has been sworn at,$7685. Mackay's will is a brief document, declaring all his estates to be community property of his wife and himself and be queathing everything subject to his testamentary disposition to his son Clarence. The will contains no other bequest of any kind. Many Ulllcliils Ousted. Berlin, Oct. 31. The Tageblatt today prints a dispatch from St. Petersburg saying that Finance Minister Witte dismissed 200 offi cials employed under the Finance Ministry during his far Eastern in spection trip, for irregularities. Xcmh of the Election From Drrtded Weakening In Democratic Threats of Contest. New York, Nov. 6. Corrected returns received from the State make Odell's plurality 11,262. Chairman Frank Campbell of the Democratic State Committee, Sec retary John A. Mason and Elliot Dauforth were iu conference today. Campbell afterward issued the fol lowing statement of the position of the State committee upon the re sults of the election: "After having carefully examined the returns gathered by John A. Mason, secretary of the Democratic State Committee, as filed in the several clerks' offices In the differ ent counties of the State, it appears on the face of the returns that Odell has a plurality of 9,122. These figures do not include in some of the counties the vote cast by the Greater New York Democracy ticket, which has on it the name of Bird S. Coler for Governor. This will materially reduce this apparent plurality. "We have reliable information of thousands of defective ballots having been cast, and in certain districts, where the returns were strongly Republican, the ballots were burned by the inspectors im mediately after they were counted, which is a direct violation oi law, as they should be kept six months by the proper officials before being destroyed. These facts and all others will be thoroughly investi gated by representatives of the party, who will appear before the canvassing boards in all the coun ties of the State on next Tuesday to see that an honest count is had, and until that time the actual re sults cannot be stated." Campbell would add nothing to the above statement. The dis mantling of the State headquarters followed soon after the issuance of the statement. COXUItESS SAFELY KEI'UULICAN. Protection Party Will llnvo u Ma jority or Nearly Thirty. Washington, November 5. The The latest returns received up to 10:30 p. m. show that the Republi cans (including in this description the fusionists elected in Pittsburg Allegheny districts in Pennslyvan ia) will control the next House by a vote of 204 Republicans to 179 Democrats, with one district, the Eighth Tennessee, and two Cali fornia districts remaining so much iu doubt that the official returns will be needed to decide the result. The totals given are believed to be correct, although there are a few districts, such as two in Colorado and one in Minnesota, where the Republican and Democratic mana gers do not concede defeat, but the gereral results could not be effected. SPEAKERSHIP. Republicans Likely to Choose Vet eran Cannon. New York, Nov. 6. A special to the Tribune from Washington says: Republican politicians in Washington are already discussing the organization ol the House of Representatives iu the Fifty-eighth Congress, although, unless the President should call an extra ses sion, it will be more than a year be fore the newly elected House is or ganized. Not only must a new Speaker be elected, but there must be a gen eral re-arrangement of the com mittee places as the result of changes in the membership of the House. For the Speakership the names under discussion are those of Representative Cannon of Illinois, Dalzell of Pennsylvania, Payne and Sherman of New York and Little field of Maine. Appcnl for Funds to Irishmen of . America. Boston, Nov. 6. An appeal to the Irish people of America, asking for money for a new fund to "des troy Balfour politically" has been issued by the National Committee , of the United Irish League, which is located here. It is iu part as fol lows: The English Minister, in the plenitude of his power and the cruelty of his arrogance, has put an insult unparalleled even in the an nals of Anglo-Irish relations upon Ireland. He must be hurled from political power as Pafnell alter nately hurled both Salisbury and Gladstone iu 1885 and the succeed ing year. Balfour has gone much farther in official brutality than any of his predecessors. We can destroy politically if we unite against the English ruling classes as they have united against Ireland. Therefore, we call upon every man and woman in America in whose veins courses a dtop of Irish blood to give to the cause of Ireland according to the means which God has given to them. There is no time to lose. CABLE COMPANY TK0UULE. Government Hears of Alleged Com bination With British Trust. J Washington, November 6. At torney General Knox has so far v had no intimation from the Pacific Commercial Cable Company as to its disposition to accept the terms offered by the President on August 9th as a presequisite to permitting that corporation to lay a transpa cific cable and land it at Hawaii, Guam, and the Philippines. The President's stipulations re quired such guarantees on the part of the company as would insure preference to the United States in time of war, and would prevent the control of the line from passing to any foreign concern or association. The Administration has become aware that the officers of the com pany have wholly ignored the President's conditions and are go ing ahead apparently in combina with the British Cable Trust. The Navy Department, whose elaborate surveys for the Pacific cable were donated to the Commer cial Cable Company, has just learned that the British cable steamer Colonia, after finishing its work on the Vancouver-Australia line, left Hawaii ten days ago to survey a line via Midway and Guam to the coast of Luzon. This and other evidences of "community of interest" with the British line rauy be the subject of inquiry on the part of the Department of Justice. Kaiser Leaves for England. Kiel, November 6. Emperor William left here tonight at 10 o'clock on board the imperial yacht Hohenzollcrn for England, where he will visit King Edward. A fleet of British torpedo boats will meet the Hohenzollcrn iu British waters and escort her to Sheerness. It is expected that the Emperor will remain at Saudriugham as the guest of King Edward until No vember 1 6th, when he will go to Lowther Castle to visit Lord Lons dale. Touch ut Uuam. San Francisco, Nov. 1. More thair 200 army officers and civilians have been booked to depart on the transport Logan tomorrow, and in addition there will be seventy cas uals in the steerage. The cargo of the Logan amounts to 3,000 tons and includes 1,500 tons of oats and a large quantity of farming imple ments. The Logan will touch at Guam. . v -v . J 91 " tfX u ' ' 1 - Tm Office Hours, ' 9 to 4 HILO, HAWAII ' f J! .." v. tiv t4 -vf'I'jS.. yyi. .,"&&. - ffi"U iiiiwiiMwfti