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TVl "SBHPNi. '. iA " TCVTO . . Vyv, j- . "I- U W v ' 'I J 3; Bright, Reliable, NEWSY AND lJ013UIvAU. Tlie Progressive PAPER OK HAWAII. ;j i w ff Vol. 8. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903. No. 14. i gib M w w t' ''. I. Ijc g)Uo Qfcilmuc I'UM.ISUKI) HVKRY I'KIIIAV OKi'icn. Kino Strkkt, Hilo, Hawaii. (TRIHUNI! 1ILOCK.) llilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. rulll!icr nnil Proprietor. Preililcnt C. C. KliSNUIiY Vke.l'reiltleiit. - K. K. Richards Secretary! remurcr I.. V. Hauohtii Auditor A. I. Sutton Directors (Ho.,S. McKhNzli:, 1). V. Marsh AilvcrtlvmcnL jiiuccomitanitil lv upcclfic iihUiicUoiih Inserted until ordered out. AilvertisciiicntxlUcoiittniiiil lc(bre expiration of ipcclficil pcrloil wilt lie cliarKCil a If con tlniiril for lull term. AiMrrM nil communlcntlotii either to Hie IMU0tl.1l or lltitliicM Department or THK lino THlllUNK 1'ITHI.IHIIINII ClIMfANV. The column ol Till! IIilii Triiiunk are alway open to communication on auhjecU wltliln tlie scope of the paper. To receive proper attention, each article must be signed by llitnutlior. The name, when desired, will lie held confidential, "ill! Hilo TRMUNh I not rc:ionsllile for the opinion or statement of correspondent. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Wise & Ross, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Will practice In nil Courts of the Territory, nnd the Supreme Court of the United States. Office: IlrldRe Street, TRinuNit Building, HILO, HAWAII C. M. IJUII.ONI) W. It. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters, and Notary Public In Office. Office: Skvrranck Building, Opposite Court House, 1111.0, HAWAII J. CASTLK RIDGWAY TlIOS. C. RIDGWAY Ridgway & Ridgway ATTORNUYS-AT-I.AW Solicitors of Patents Oeneral I.nw Practice HILO, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. OFPICK ! Walanuenuc nnd Drlilge Streets r L. S. Thompson tfltt'H?'' Naalhhu, Kau, Hawaii ATTORNEY-AT-LAW COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO PHYSICIANS. DR. . J. GRACE, M. D., F.R.C.S. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Hours: 9 to 11 a.m.; 1 to 3 and 7:30 to 8, p.m. SundnjsQto 11 n.iu. R. H. Reid, M. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Waianucuue Street. Office Hours: 8 to 9:30 a. in.; a to 3 and 7 to 8 pm. Sundays, 9 to 12 a. in. Milton Rice, M. D. Physician and Surgeon Office, Waiaiiuenue St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30 to 8:30 p. m. Suiidays, 9 to 11 a. m. Dr. T. MOTONAGA DENTIST Ofhce Hours 8 A. M.to.4 P.M. KiiiK Street next to Tribune HII.O, .... HAWAII URAL ESTATE, ETC. i. 3. ray Real Estate Commission Conveyancing Waiaiiuenue St. Hilo, Hawaii DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S DENTIST Office Hours, 9 to 4 HILO, HAWAII Walter H. Schoening DENTIST Skvkkanck Housic, Pitman Street, II11.0, Hawaii M. M. Springer STENOHKAIMIElt AM) TYPEWKITBK With WISU ItOSS TiaKi'iioM: 3iu L. E. Arnaud EMUALMER & FUNERAL DIRECTOR All orders will receive prompt mid careful attention Cure Owl Drug Store Telephone 15 llilo, Ilnwnii Notick Neither the Musters nor Agent of vessels of the "Matsmi Line" will he responsible for any ilehts con trncteil by the crew. R. T. GUARD, Agent. Hilo, April lG, 1901, 7.- BY AUTHORITY SEALED TENDERS. Sealed Tenders will be received by the Superintendent of Public Works until 13 in. of Tuesday, the 24th of February, 1903, for "Constructing concrete wing walls and abutments, pile driving, etc., for bridge across Wailoa River, Front street, Hilo." The Superintendent reserves the right to reject any nnd all bids. Plans and specifications on file in the office of the Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu, and the office of E. E. Richards, Agent Public Works. Hilo. II. E. COOPF.R, Superintendent Public Works. LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court, Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, United Slates of America. Term Summons. ELIKAPEKA, libellant vs. SUIMATU TOMIKICHI, libellce. The Territory of Hawaii; to the High SherifTof the Territory of Hawaii, or Ids Deputy, the Sherilf of the Island of Hawaii, or his Deputy: You arc commanded to summon Sui- matu Tomikichi, defendant, in case he shall file written answer within twenty days after service hereof, to be and appear before the bald Circuit Court at the Jan uary term thereof, to be holdeu at South Hilo, Island of Hawaii, on Wednesday, the 7th dy of January next, at 10 o'clock a. m., to show cause why the claim of Elekapeka, plaintiff, should not be awarded to her pursuant to the tenor of her 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 boutu lino, Hawaii, tins 22iul day of November, 1902. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the Original Summons in said cause and that said Court ordered publi cation of .the same and continuance of said cause until the next term of this Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Hilo, Hawaii, January 13, 1903. R. A. Lyman, attorney for libellant 14-6 Notice to Creditors. In the Circuit Court, of tlie Fourth Circuit Territory of Hawaii U. S. A. IN PROIIATI', AT ClIAMllItRS. Ill the matter of the estate of CHARLES E. RICHARDSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the lust will and testament of said deceased has been admitted to probate and the under signed confirmed as the executors thereof. All creditors of said deceased are here by notified to present their claims duly verified, and with proper vouchers, if any, to the undersigned at the office, of A. E. Sutton & Co., in Hilo, Territory of Hawaii, within six mouths from the date of tills notice, otherwise such claims, if any, will be forever barred. C. C. KENNEDY, A. E. SUTTON, AUGUST AHRENS, Executors, Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 8, 1903. Wish &" Ross. Attorneys for the Estate. 11-4 Notice to Creditors. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Island and Territory of Hawaii. In Prouatk At Chamiihrs. In the matter of the Estate of KAMALII WAHINE (w.) of Puuinoi, Hilo, Ha wall, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed Administrator of the estate of said deceased. All creditors of said estate are hereby notified to present their claims, duly verified and with proper vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, at Hilo, Hawaii, within six mouths from the date of this notice, otherwise such claims, if any, will be forever barred. D. I. WAILANI, Administrator of Kainaliiwahine, de ceased. Hilo. Hawaii, Jan. 19, 1903, 12-4 NOTICE. We beg to advise the trade that I. E. Ray is now, our representative in the Is land of Hawaii for National Cash Re gisters. J. A. M. JOHNSON & CO. LTD. Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 16, 1903, KIMJ EDWARD ILL. Ills Sudden I'rosl ration Cnuses Changes In Finns. Windsor, Feb. 2. King Kdward has been prostrated ly n sudden illness nnd nil functions nre post poned. ii - - CASTRO IS PAIR. liprlnreH All Creditors Must hp Treated Alike. Washington, D. C Feb. 1. A compromise has been suggested in the negotiations for peace in Ven ezuela which may have the effect of settling differences which threaten to prevent an amicable understand ing. Cables were received from Presi dent Castro by United States Min ister Bowen today in which the Venezuelan executive gave notice that all creditors must be treated alike. This was the one point upon which the split seemed likely and at first those at work for peace were discouraged. Tonight the suggestion has been made that England, Germany and Italy shall be declared preferred creditors for the first year after which all ' shall be treated alike. This would give three nations participating in the blockade a pro portion of the entire revenues for that year and after that time the powers each would secure a share. Caracas. Feb. 1. President Cas tro today wired Minister Bowen that all creditors must be treated' alike. Powers May Protest. Washington, D. C, Jan. 30. The refusal of the Allies to accede to the proposal for the settlement of the Venezuela claim may result in a joint protest from France, Bel gium, the United States, and other countries interested. The present situation may force Minister Bowen to inform th world that Venezuela is compelled by the Alliance to yield to their demands. There is reason to believe that France and the United States are exchanging views. Both countries have large claims. Struu'U'llnic With Silver. Washington, D. C, Jan. 30. The Government will not cease its efforts for the adjustment of ratio between gold and silver in the silver countries. Secretary Root is seek ing earnestly to remedy the evil conditions in the Philippines result ing from the fluctuating ratios of currency. He proposes a commis sion with three representatives from the States to hold an international conference that may reach conclu sions for a stable currency. The final conclusions to be subject to Congressional approval. A Nnvnl Ilnrualn. Washington, D. C, Feb'. 1. Ar gentine and Chile, in view of the proposals for disarmament between the two nations, have agreed to offer the four warships which they must sell to the United States. The offer is made to show their friendly feeling toward this country and may be accepted in the same spirit in which the offer was made. These are the ships which it was reported Germany wanted to buy. Two of the vessels are now building in England. Viiunu' Hunter Acquitted. Guatemala City, Feb. 2. God frey Hunter, Jr., has been acquitted of the murder of Win. Fitzgerald, whom he shot and killed in Nov ember last. Hunter was the son of the American minister and Fitz gerald, also nu American, was re puted to be a spy in the service of the Guatemalan government. Fitz gerald had made sensational charges against the elder Hunter. DIPLOMAT STRICKEN. I lie Was About to Fight 11 Duel Hut Illness Prevented. Rome, Tan. 29. Signor Prinetti, Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, has besti stricken with paralysis. His afllction has caused n great sensation. In a few days he was to have met in a duel with Count Bellgrade, n former cavalry oflicer, who recently had a quarrel with the Minister. ,Sfguor Prinetti was a successful business man before turning his at tention to politics. He went from Lombardy to the Italian capital, audi unlike other people of that section of Italy, which is renowned for its cool and self calculating race, made a sensation in politics prov- ( iug that he had n nerve that even death could not shake. He is a plainly dressed, bearded man, nnd on his first appearance in Rome was greeted with jibes by the aris tocrats who had previously held complete sway over Italy's destinies as a world power. One of these he described minutely in n slanderous fashion and as a result was told that it he did not retract the words he would have to meet the slan dered one in a duel. Although duelling is contrary to Italian law, Prinetti chopped off one of his op ponent's ears. Mitzatlnn Deserted Ity Thousands. Mnzatlau, Mexico, Feb. r Plague conditions here arc alarming. Dur ing the month of January there were one hundred and sixty-five deaths from bubonic plague. Three thousand of the inhabitants of the city have abondoucd it to take up .p'sMonces in the country nearby, but cannot get far away from the scene of the outbreak, owing to the cordon of soldiers that has been placed around the district and which prevents any from leaving the stricken territory. The hos pitals are full. Officials are having a severe task in furnishing provi sions to the people of the stricken' city, as outside communication is almost entirely cut off. Stronger Coast Defense. Washington, D. C, Jan. 30. At a Cabinet meeting today the possi bilities of war were discussed and the Cabinet approved the strength ening of coast defenses as an emer gency measure in case of trouble over Venezuela. There seems to be no fear of immediate trouble, but precautionary measures are deemed advisable. Time for Culm. Washington, D. C, Jan. 30. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has reported favorably on the protocol providing a commis sion for the settlement of the Alaska boundary dispute. The committee also favors an extension of the time for ratification of the Cuban reci procity treaty. Waiting Castro. London, Kngland, Jan. 30. President Castro's reply to the pro posals of the Allies is eagerly) awaited by British officials. As yet, no protests from other Powers have been received. It is believed that an amicable settlement is prob able, especially regarding the French claim. Koyul Scandal. Berlin, Germany, January 30. Countess Isabelle Wilecki has been arrested for pretending to have borne a son six years ago and pre senting him as an heir to an estate iu Posen. People of high rank are implicated iu the scandal. Morroeeitu Pretender lleuleii. Tangier, Moroco, Feb. 1. The Sultan of Morocco has inflicted a severe defeat upon the forces of the Pretender. 1 DEPUTY ATTORNEY UEXEKAI,. E. C. Peters (lets The Appointment As Deputy Attorney Oeiicrnl. Attorney K. C. Peters, 1 f Magoou & Peters, is the new deputy attor ney general, having acepted an ap pointment from Attorney General Lorrin Andrews. Andrews and Peters will take hold of the work at once as there is a term of the court beginning next Monday, with n long criminal calendar and only three days in which to prepare the cases. The new deputy attorney gen eral came here from California, in 1900. He graduated tfrom Stan ford University, and in 1897 from the law department of the Univers ity of California. In 1899 he was admitted to practice by the Su preme court of the State of Cali fornia, and during the following year he received the degree of Bachelor of Law from the State University. Peters was associated with At torney General Andrews for a time as a member of the firm of Andrews, Peters & Andrade. Several months ago he went in with' Magoon and has remained with him up to this time. He has shown much legal ability and skill as a practitioner, and is expected to make a very good record as deputy attorney general. Lorrin Andrews said this morn ing that he did not know what would happen in the matter of the assistant deputy attorney general. He said that the position was at present held by E. A. Douthitt, and that he had not heard that the latter intended to resign. King Entertains Miles. Loudon, Feb. 1. General Nelson A. Miles, who reached Loudon some time ago, on his tour around the world, after his inspection of the American army in the Philip pines, was the guest of King Kd ward todav. A Venezuelan Deadlock. Washington, Feb. 2. The Allies demand preference in the payment of their claims against Venezuela, but are willing to leave thirty per cent for the costs of administration. Minister Bowen has rejected the proposal. Mexleo to Admit Cuban Sueur. City of Mexico, Feb. 1 Under the provisions of the new treaty which it is proposed to conclude with the republic of Cuba, it is con templated to admit Cuban sugar to Mexico free of duty. Moi'trun Mocking Canal. Washington, D. C, Jan 30. No decision has yet been 1 cached re garding the approval of the Panama treaty. Senator Morgan is oppos ing the measure and will submit amendments. Trolley Strike iu lliirtroril, Hartford, Conn., Feb. 1. All employes of the trolley car system of this city have gone out on strike and are trying to tie up the lines. The militia has been ordered out from Waterbury Miles Meets Roberts. London, Feb. 2. At a dinner given tonight b Secretary White, General Miles met Lord Roberts and other generals of the British Arm v. Thirteen Loyal Districts. Dublin, Feb. 2. Thirteen dis tricts of Ireland have been relieved of the operations ot the Crimes Act. Guayaquil, Ecuador, Feb. 2. There were 100 deaths from yellow fever at this place during the month of January. Thomas Nast, the famous American cartoonist, who was the United States consul at this place, was among the victims of this disease. Lemon Extract I For Ice Cream, Cakep, Pud dings, Pantry, etc., we abso lutely uunriiuteH mir Lemon to nmeHH tho pure, rich frn- 1 gnni of ihe living fruit, nnd I" litt Htrongur and bettor than any you Imvn need before. SAMPLE FREE Get 11 painpln nnd have cook try it. The Owl Drug Co., Ltd. Hilo, Hawaii HOYD'S REMOVAL. Superintendent Cooper (lives Oen eral Reasons. Superintendent H. E. Cooper of the Department of Public Works, since the removal of Robert N. Boyd from the position of road en gineer has been published, has given out the imtnedate reasons for his action in requesting the official's resignation. "While there is not a defalcation in Mr. Boyd's accounts," Mr. Cooper said this morning,' "his transaction on the other islands have been characterized by extra vagance of expenditure. Further than that, Mr. Boyd has included in his regular bills to the depart ment items that were not nrooerlv chargeable to any appropriation." Mr. Cooper intimated that the details of the road engineer's trans actions that compelled his dismis sal would be made miblic in due time. For the present he was evi dently disinclined to make more than the general statements given above. Bulletin. Prospective Settlors. Honolulu, Jan. 30. Land Com missioner Boyd yesterday received from Jared Smith a large number of letters from farmers 011 the main land, who think of settling iu Ha waii and want information about the islands. The Commissioner is preparing a letter containing full information, which he will send in answer to all such inquiries. , The Operutors Testify. Philadelphia, Feb. 2. The an thracite operators have finished their testimony in rebuttal. Santiago, Chili, Feb. 2. The German Minister to this country is dead. Washington, D. C, Feb. 2. The House appropriation' bill recom mends that $3,000,000 be appro priated by the United States to re lieve the general distress in the Philippines. New York, Feb. 2. Owing to the excessive supplies' on hand, the sugar refineries at Jersey, Yonkers and Brooklyn have closed down, All others have been reduced to woiking half time. Vancouver, B. C, Feb. 2. Thir teen persons are reported to have burned to death on Malcolm Island. Malcolm is n small island in Queen Charlotte Sound, off the northern coast of Vancouver Island. Washington, I). C, Feb. 2. The Allies have presented a counter 1 proposition to the terms already I suggested for the settlement of the j Venezuelan trouble. It is under stood that this measure is a coin- promise. 1 he terms have not been made public by the State Department, T your J vj f.va '.'3 'tM $&$ n '& . .. to 1 1 .v , ' 14 4 '-ii;' ' - fcJU 'Wf .A 1 " '.!&...' .' 1 j.V&uu rj tk tfiii&itiitii ii j -ii t "