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j : :i Wliut Jh Bent, for HAWAII 1 Best for Hllo Wliut 1 Bent for HILO I BcHt for U vsm t ff "3 I! Vol. 8. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1903. No. 25. !' ijc ffiUo sUutu I'lInLIHHIU UVKKY 1'KItlAY Ol'KICIl. KINO BTHKKT, HILO. It AW .11. (TKIIICNK lll.OCK.) Hilp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. I'ubllnhern ami Proprietor. Prenldent C.C. Kknhi.iiV Vlce-1'rei.litcnt K. E. Kiciiahi.j Secrttary-Treaiurer I.. W. Uauohtii Auditor A. J. SUTTON Director a...1ko. S. McKhxzik, 1) W. Maiihii . Advertisement jiiicconipanlrtt liv upccific ri,uui.iiUii ,.tU ....... .....v.v.. -.... Adveftlemeiil-llcoiilliuied before expiration of .peclfied period will be charged a If con- , tlnued for riuuierm. Address nil communications either to the Kdltorlulor UihIiicm Icartment of Tiik Hilo Tkiiiusk Purlmhino Companv. The 7olumtitot Tiik ltlt-o Tkibunk are alwavn open to communications on subiccn wltliiii the cope of the paper. To receive proper attention, each article must be algucd by II author. The name, when dealred, will be held confidential. Tim Hiui Tribonh Is not rccponslble lor the opinions or statements of correspondents. ATTORNKYS-.VT-LAY. Wise & Ross, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Wilt practice In nil Courts or the Territory, and the Supreme Court of the United States. Office: TRMUNK 1IUIUMN0, Bridge Street. HII.O, HAWAII C. M. I.Hni.OND W. II. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters, and Notary Public In Office. Office: SitVKRANCK Duilding, Opposite Court House, HILO, HAWAII J. CASTLK RIDOWAY THOS. C RIDOWAY Ridgway & Ridgway -rrnuJHVR.AT.I.AW nillcitori of Patents Oeneral I.nw.rractlce HILO, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. UFFICH: Walanuenue and IlrldKC Streets PHYSICIANS. Milton Rice, M, D. Physician and Surgkon Office, Walatmenue St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.; 2-4 nud 7:30 to 8:30 i M. Sundays, 9 to 11 A. M. Dr. T. MOTONAGA DENTIST Office Hours S A.M. to 4 P.M. KIiik Street next to Tribune HAWAII HILO, HEAL estate, etc. I. E. RAY Real Estate Commission Conveyancing Waiaiiuenue St. Hilo, Hawaii DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S DENTIST Office Hours, 9 to 4 HILO, HAWAII M. M. Springer STEN'OGKAI'IIEK AND TYPEWRITER Willi WISE 4 HObS TELBI'IIOXE 310 HOW TO MAKE MONEY. We oiler you nil investment guaranteed by two Trust Companies. It may make you rich. This is no scheme or fake. Send $ 2.00 for INVESTMENT CERTIPI CATE. If you are not satisfied upon in vestigation we give you vour money back. WELTNER & DUNN, Fiscal Aleuts, 60 Hroadway, New York. 1C8TAULIHIUCI3 1H3H. BISHOP & CO. Bankers. Honolulu Oaiiu, H. I. Trnnsnct n Gcuernl Banking nud Ex change business. Commercial and Traveller's Letters of Credit issued, available in nil the principal cities of the world. Speclnl attention given to the business entrusted to us by our friends of the other Islands, either ns Deposits, Collections Insurance or requests for Exchange, A. H. JACKSON KIRK AND LIFK INSURANCE AOKNT FOR NEW YORK LIFE WAIANUENUE STREET. HILO Notice of Guardian's Sale of Ileal Estate. Notice Is hereby given that in pur suance of nil order of sale inrulc and en- tered bv the Circuit ludne ol the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, in probate at Chambers, on tlic K,., ,inv f March. A. I). IQOV in the .. of ., unrilialls,,, of Amelia ,, , , ,-., ,., , dcrsigucd guardian of the persons ami kiui llllii juatiJii iikmm, iiiiiiuia, viiu uu estates nt snlil minors will sell nt puolic auction subject to the confirmation there of of the said judge of the said Court an undivided one sixth of the following des cribed real property situate in the Dis trict of Hilo, Island and Territory of Ha waii, to-wit: Degiuuiug nt nil iron pipe at the South west comer of this land, which point referred to the Government triangiilatiou station Halai is N. 29 56' W. (true) 14-779 feet, the boundary runs by true bearings: 1. S. 7638' E. 888.4 teet to an iron pipe. 2. N. 80 47 E. 878.5 feet to an iron l'Ipe- . . 3. N. 71 59' K. 507.2 lect to an iron pipe. 4. N. 9 32' E. 558.7 feet to nn iron pipe on the north bank of small gully nnd on maukn side of u 12 foot roadway. 5. Thence dowu this irregular gully, which forms the natural remaining south ern bouudnry of this land, 261 1 feet to an iron pipe in the centre of the gully and 45 feet below u foot bridge marking the most easterly corner of this land. 6. N. 15 5S' W. 387.5 feet to the centre of the ravine, which forms the natural boundary along the entire length of this laud. 7. Thence up this ravine 5852 feet to nn Iron pipe in the centre of same, mark iiitr the northwest corner of this land. 8. S. 9 41' E. 695.5 feet to the point of beginning. Containing 75 and 18-100 acres. Also the followlnc described land sit uate in the Town of Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii, to-wit: lletriiiiniie nt tlic west corner 01 tuts ncice on Church street, the coordinates of which point are 2695.96 feet north and 3376.69 feet east of Halai Trig. Sta., and running by true bearings: 1. N. 59 15' . 75 leet along vjuurcn street. 2. S. 34 30' K. 87 feet. . S. 41 oo' W. 91 feet along (L. C, A. 37716 Aipiuepiuc). 4. N. 20 40' w. 5 feet along iicnry Hnpai lot. 5. jm. 28 55' w. 57.7 leeiaioug.uenry Hnpai lot to point of beginning. Con taining 8080 sq. feet. Also the following described real prop erty situate on Kukuau 2nd, Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii, to-wit: Deuinuiui: nt the north corner of this, which is the south corner of L. C. A. No. 234 II. to Kauauui, and running thence: S. 73 IS' W. m feet. S. 21 40' W. 217 feet. S. 66 15' E. 73 feet. N. 82 oo' E. 154 feet. N.38 30 K. 173 feet. N. 51 50' W. 178 feet to beginning. Said sale to be made on the 28th day of April,-A. D. 1903, nt 12 o'clock noon, nt the front door of the Court House in the Town of Hilo, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii, to the highest bidder for cash, deed nt purchaser's expense. EMILY 1' CONRADT, Guardian of the persons and estates of Amelia Akau mm josepu AKaii, minors. Dated Hilo, 31st day of Mnrch, 1903. WlSK & Ross, Attorneys for Guardian. 22-4t Mortgagee's Notice of In tention otTorcclosnre and Sale. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained in that ccrtaiti mortgage dated June 22, 1898, made by Maria G. AfTouso of Kailua, North Komi, Island of Hawaii, as Mort gagor, to me, Mary Isabella Drown (widow), of Honolulu, Islnud of Oahu, as Mortgagee, and ol record in liber iso, on pages 122 and 123 Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances, I, the said Mary Isabella Drown, intend to foreclose the said mort gage for condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment of principal nud interest when due. Notice is likewise given that the prop erty conveyed by the said mortgage will be sold nt public miction nt the miction rooms of James I'. Morgan, Queen street, Honolulu aforesaid, on Saturday, the 9th day of May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered by the said mort gage nud to he sold as above consists of: All that certain tract, piece or parcel of laud situate at Hiaualoli, North Koun, Island of Hawaii aforesaid, containing an nren of 96 acres, and being the same premises described in Royal Patent Grunt) No. 1752, nud the same premises that were conveyed to the said Marin G. AfTouso by deed of J. K, Nahalc, Deputy Sheriff of said North Koun, by deed dated February 23rd, 1895. and recorded in the said Registry of Conveyances In liber 152, on page 367; and further confirmed 111 ine sum iiiitim vi, nuuiinu uy I'cbivu of indue S. L. Austin. Circuit Tiulire of I the Third Circuit, in the suit entitled Mnria G. AfTouso el nl vs, E. K. Knnla- wamaka ct nl, bill to cancel deed and re move cloud from title," which said de cree is dated June 17, 1896. MARY I. DROWN, Dy her attorney In fnct, J. O. Carter, Mortgagee, Terms: Cash, United States Gold Coin; deeds nt the expense of purchaser. For further jwrticulars apply to Holmes & Stanley, nttorueys for Mortgagee, Dated, Honolulu, April 11,1903, 24-4 Mortgagee's Notice of In tention of Foreclosure and Sale. Notice Is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained In that cer tain mortgage dated June 16, 1898, made by Mnnocl Slums of Knllua, North Konn, Island of Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to mc the undersigned, Wllllnm G. Jlrnsh, of Honolulu, Island oi Oahu, as Mortgagee, and of record lu liber 180, on pages 86 nnd 87 Hawaiian Registry of Convey ances, I, the said William u, urasn, intend to foreclose the said mortgage (or condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment of principal and ititcrcsl when due. Notice is likewise given that the prop erty conveyed by the sold mortgage will be sold nt public miction at mc auction rooms ol James 1'. Morgan. Queen street Honolulu aforesaid, on Snturdny, the 9th day of May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The Property covered by the said mort gage nud to be sold ns above consists of: All that certain undivided one lourtu part, share or interest of, in and to nil those certain premises containing an area of twenty-five acres situate at Laula, Ho lualoa, North Konn, Hawaii, mentioned or described In Royal Patent (Grant) No. 1592, conveyed to the Mortgagor by Thomas Silvn by deed, dated January ibtii, 1894, and recorded in liber 14s, on page 104 in the said Registry. Wm. G. BRASH, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash, United States Gold Coin; deeds nt the expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to Holmes & Stanley, attorneys for Mortgagee. Dated. Honolulu, April 11, 1903. 24-4 LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A. In Prodatk At Chamiikrs. In the ninttcr of the Estate of DAVID KAMAI, deceased, of Hllo, Hawaii, T. II. A ipetitlon havine been filed bv Mary Kalmana, n daughter of the said David Kamai, praying that Henry Vicars, of Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., be appointed Ad ministrator of said estate, Notice Is hereby given, that Tuesday the 19th day of May, A. D. 1903, at 9 o'clock a. m be and hereby is appointed the time for hearing said petition, in the Comt room of this Court, at Hilo, Ha waii, at which time and place nil persons concerned may appear and show cause, if any they have, wliy said petition shoujd not be granted. Hilo, Hnwali, April 5, 1903. By the Court. DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. By Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Wish & Ross, Attorneys for petitioner. 24-3 Ill the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit Territory of Hnwali, U. S. A. IN PrOUATK AT ClIAMDKRS. In the matter of the Estate of V. II. KAA PA, deceased. The petition and accounts of the Ad ministratrix of the estate of said deceased having been filed, wherein she asks that her accounts may he examined and ap proved, and that n final order be made of distribution 01 mc property remaining in her hands, to the persons entitled thereto; that the heirs ol said estate may be nscer tallied and declared, and discharging her from all further responsibility ol sucit Administratrix. It is ordered that Tuesday, the 26th day of May, A. D. 1903, at 9 o'clock a. ui., at the Court room of this Court, at South Hilo. Hawaii, be and the same is hereby appointed as the time and place for hear ing said petition and accounts, and that all persons interested may then and there nppear and show cause, if nuy they have, why the same should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, April 15, 1903. Dy the Court: DANIEL PORTER, Clerk. Dy Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. LkDlond & Smith, Attorneys for petitioner. 24-4 Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given to all persons having claims against the estate of Higaki Shozo, deceased, of Hilo, Hawaii, to pre sent the same, duly authenticated, to the undersigned, at the office of Wise fit Ross, attorneys, in Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., within six mouths from the date hereof, or such claims, if any, will be forever barred, T. IKEDA. Administrator of the Estate of Higaki Sho.o, deceased. Hllo, April 3, 1903. Wish & Ross. Attorneys for Estate. 32-4 Notice to Creditors. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit Territory of Hnwali, U. S. A. In Prohath At Chamiikhs. In the mutter of the Estate of MRS. ELIZADETH KELHILIHUNE K. LO, deceased. Notice is hereby ulveu that the under- signed hns been appointed the Adminis- 1 imiui ui 111c oiua-111 sum iiecenseu, I All creditors of said estate nn- hn-liv ; notified to present their claims, whether nkwiui.il u lliunuc VI miiizrwibc, limy verified and with vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, nt the office of the Clerk of the Fourth Circuit Court, at Hilo, Ha waii, T. II., within six months from the date of this notice, or they will be forever barred. CHAS. HITCHCOCK, Administrator. Hilo, Hawaii, March 31', 1903. Wish & Ross, Attorneys for Administrator. 22-4 SULTAN PROMISES. St Plnys nt HIr Old (Jnnio or Illulf With the Powers. Constantinople, April 19. What may yet prove to be an ultinatttm was presented to the Sultan today. An arranged audience was given to the Italian, German and Austrian embassadors by the Sultan who met the diplomats, supported by his minister of foreign affairs, the ven erable Tewfilc Pasha. The audience was a protracted oner and the ministers showed by their demeanor that it was a serious matter under discussion. After the close of the conference it was given out that the Sultan had promised that he would sup press the Albanian bauds and re store peace. Coming as this does on the eve of the date set for the Macedonian revolution the conference has caused the most serious apprehensions. ' SS S I. " McKINNEY SHOT. Outlaw Killed lu llcspernto Ilnttlo After Killing Five Men. Bakersfield, Cal., April 19. Out law "Jim" McKinney is dead. He was killed today in a battle with a UugeTorce of deputy sheriffs. The officers had traced McKinney to the houc of a Chinaman where he had been hidden for two days, and in the final battle he managed to kill one deputy sheriff and wound a constable, before he was shot. Castro Heats the Rebeln. Caracas, Venezuela, April 19. President Castro's forces have again occupied the cities of Carupano and OnrnJii, in Eastern Venezuela, and ' administered such heavy losses to the rebels under General Matos, that it is thought the revolution has been broken, Many of the rebel officers have escaped to Trinidad. Castro's forces will advance clear to the eastern coast and wipe out the rebels in the seaports. The latter have been at the head of the revolution,' as following the block ade of Venezuelan ports by theH Allies they were unrestricted in the ' importation of arms and ammuni tion. Philippine Judge Dies. Manila, April 20. The Hon. J. L. Carlock, one of the judges of the Supreme Court of the Philip pines, died here today of cholera. ,adge Carlock was born at At lanta, 111., in 1868, and held the distinction of being the youngest of the men who presided over the Su preme Court of the Islands. He was a graduate of Kureka College, 111., and of the Ann Arbor Law School. He was eight years a prac titioner of excellent repute, at Peoria, 111 l-il lid Hill Amendments. Dublin, April 17. The national convention to consider the land bill has adjourned. It is believed that the amendments proposed will be acceptable to Parliament and that the measure with these charges will pass the House of Commons. President Ignores- Strike. Cinnabar, April 17. President Roosevelt will continue his trip 011 the Union Pacific railroad despite the protests of labor organizations, which have been boycotting the Union Pacific since the strike be gan. Typhoid nt Stanford. Stanford University, April 17. There are thirty-two cases of ty phoid fever here due to infected milk. New Honduras President. Honduras, April 20. Bonilla is President, Arias is imprisoned nud Sieira is a fugitive. SHAMROCK III ACCIDENT. Upton's Clinllcngcr Hns Kuril Luck null Wns Completely IHsmnntleil. Weymouth, Kng., April 17. The Challenger Shamrock III suf fered an accident here today that for a time was thought to put an end to the race for the America Cup this year. The yacht, with full sail spread, was struck by a squall which com pletely dismantled her. The sails and rigging came dowu in a wreck. One man struck by falling rigging went ovetboard and was drowned. Several sailors were injured and Sir Thomas Linton was sliuhtly hurt. The yacht's tender quickly wetit to the rescue. Sir Thomas Upton stated that while the accident was a severe set back no injury was done the yacht's hull. He will be ready for the race on time. Spring Ynlloy Enjoins. San Francisco, April 20. The Spring Valley Water Company has secured a temporary Federal injunc tion against the enforcement of the lower rates for the city water ser vice fixed by'the Board of Super visors. Philippine Debt Certlllcntci. Washington, D. C, April 20. The certificates authorized by Con gress for the payment of the Philip pine debt have been over-subscribed eight times. Fish & Robinson, the successful bidders, paid a large bo nus Wr of (Ins Hates. San Francisco, April 20. The old gas company has instituted a general reduction to 75 cent3 in the price of gas. This measure is taken against the Spreckels interest. A lighting war is inevitable. Lrucliini Party Plnnticd. Bakersfield, Cal., April 20. Marshal Packard, who was shot in the fight with Outlaw McKinney, is dead. There is a prospect that Hulse, McKinney's companion, will be lynched. Trouble for Tnylor. Frankfort, Ky., April 17. Kx 1 Governor Taylor was further im plicated in the murder of Governor Goebel by testimony given at to day's session of the Howard trial. Ilclr to Holland's Throne. London, April 19. A dispatch from the Hague states that it is re ported there that Queen Wilhel mina is about to present Holland with an heir to the throne. Dig Hunk Consolidate. New York, April 17. Negotia tions are under was for the consoli dation of the National Bank of Commerce and the Western Nation al, with a capital of 25,000,000. Crumps l'lmuielal Straits. New York, N. Y., April 20. A receivership for the Cramps great shipbuilding establishment is to be avoided by a reorganization of the corporation. Sir Oliver Mount l)pul. Ottawa, Canada, April 19. Sir Oliver Mowat, the Canadian states man, died here today at the age of eighty-three. . Hrltiitu'K Illtc Debt. Loudon, Kngland, April 20. A statement given today in the House of Commons shows Great Britain's liabilities to amount to ,800,000' 000, Palo Alto, April 20. Twenty additional typhoid cases are report ed here today, the majority of them among Stanfofil students. There is a total of one hundred cases to date. St. Paul, April 20. The Federal Court has rendered a decision per mitting the Northern Securities Company to receive merger dividends. SPICES Many who read this advertisement have never seen any PURE BLACK PEPPER. In its pure state it is a most pleasing, fragrant, pungent condiment, but the article commonly sold a little black pepper and a lot of roasted peanut shells, cannot appeal to any one. Our PEPPER comes in 15c, 25c, 40c and 75c tins, nud it 1 f will be a lesson to you to try a tin of it and learn how little you have known of BLACK PEPPER In future advertisements we will speak of Red Pepper, White Pep per, EngliMi Mustard, Leaf Sage, Allspice, etc. In the meantime we wnul to'show you the goods at our store. The Owl Drug Co., Ltd. Hllo, Hawaii SAN H0M1NU0 REBELS. Win In Ilnttlo From Government Forces Under Ynsquez. San Domingo City, San Domingo, April 19. The revolution is grow ing stronger hourly and there have been many recruits to the rebel forces, soldiers of the government who have been without ammunition joining the insurgents. A large force of rebels are now besieging Monte Christo. The United States cruiser Atlanta has been sent from San Domingo to Monte Christo in order that she may land marines at the latter point if it is found neces sary to protect the consulate. Pres ident Vasquez is said to be on board the government gunboat Presidente, and dares not laud at any of his cities for fear of capture by the rebels. The County Hill. Honolulu, April 21. It is possi ble that the county bill will be sent to the Legislature today, signed by the Governor, and with a message suggesting the correction of the numerous errors discovered in the bill. There is also likely to be a suggestion for a number of amend ments to conform with the Organic Act, and one suggesting that the Superintendent of Public Works be required to carry out the acts of the Board of Public Institutions. Hougkong, April 20. Famine prevails in the province of Kwangsi. Thousands have perished and thous ands more are likely to. The win ter stores of crops have been ex hausted and it will be midsummer before new supplies can be had. The government can give no assis tance. Berlin, April 20. Continuous and heavy snows throughout mid dle Kurope have brought traffic to a standstill. Communication by rail, vessel and telegraph is inter rupted and many shipping disasters are reported from the Baltic Sea. Valetta, Malta, April 20. Today King Edward reviewed 8000 ma rines of the garrison and fleet. A HOME COMPANY CAPITAL $50,000 Organized Under the Lnjvs of the Ter ritory of Hawaii. The Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd. Loans, Mortgages. Securities, Invest ments nud Real Esialr. Homes lltiilt 011 the Installment Plan HOME OFFICE: McINTYRE BUILDING HONOLULU, T.H. Tho Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd. L. K. KENTWELL. Geuerul Manager I rdfau J8HP?PRWra SrfliMKI masmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmms&mmsm.