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Jl JU What 1h I3;hI for HAWAII 1m Bcsl for Mllo Wliat 1 Beat lor HILO I BcbL for Ub W -r f 3 Vol. 8. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLAND, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903. No. 27. r lK ffito t-Umm I'UIIMSIIHI) HVKUY 1'KIUAV officii, Kino stkkut, IIilo, Hawaii. (TRMUNK llt.OCK.) 1 Hilo Trlbuno Publishing Company, Ltd. I'libliiliera anil Proprietor. President C. C. Kknnkiiv Vlce-l'relilent H. E. Riciiamd SecretaryTreaiurer .1,. V. IIauokth Auditor A. H. Sutton Director Cr.o. S. McKiNriK, It W. Mamhii Advertisement Jintccoinpanlcd by specific tutructlotn tmertcd until urdcrcd out. Advertisement! illvcontltiueil before exDlratiou of lpeclHetl period will lie churned m If con. tlnued for lull term. . Addremt nil communication either to the Kdllorlalor IlutlucM Ucpartinentii or Tim Hilo TrIUUNK I'L'lll.tSlllNO COMPAMV. I ThecolumntolTllK Hilo TRliiUNKarenlwayn open to communication on ubect4 within the tcoiie of the paper. To receive proper attention, each article mint be signed by It author. The name, when desired, will be held confidential. ' Tiik Hilo Tkuuni. U not responsible for the opinions or statements of correspondent". I ATTOKNEYS-AT-L.UV. i Wise & Ross, ATTORN EYS-AT-LA W Will practice In all Courts of the Territory, and the Supreme Court of the United Stales. Office: Triuunk Huimung, I Bridge Street, HM.O, HAWAII c. m. i.uni.oND W. II. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, and Chinese Interpreters, and Notary Public In Office. Office: Srvkkanck Huiluinc, Opposite Court House, IIII.O, HAWAII J. Castlk Ridgway Tnos. C. Ridgway Ridgway & Ridgway ATTORNKY8-AT-I.AW Solicitors or Patents General I.aw Practice 1111,0, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. OFFICK: Walauuenue and llrldge Streets physicians: Milton Rice, M. D. Physician and Sukghon- Office, Waiauuenue St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30 to 8:30 i M. Suudays, 9 to 11 A. M. .'t- Dr. T. MOTONAGA DENTIST Office Hours S A.M. to 4 P. M. 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JACKSON FIRK AND LIFE INSURANCE i AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIFE WAIANUENUE STREET. HII.O (,'iilliollc Services. catholic chukcii, iiridoic stkkkt. Sundays HolyMasnt 7, 9 and 10:30 n. til. At 7 nml 10:30, Hawaiian anil Portu guese sermons. At 9 11. in. English sermon. At 7 p. in., Rosary, sermon in Portu guese and llcncdiction. Week Days Holy Mass every day at 6 n. 111. livery Sunday afternoon Etmlisli in structloii for boys and gills at llrothcr's and Sister's school from 2 to 3 p. 111. Day or night the Catholic clergy will attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem bers arc requested to notify the parish priest in due time of baptisms, marriages and funerals. FATHER OLIVER, Parish Rector. NoTICK Neither the Masters nor Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line" I'will be responsible for anv debt con tracted by the crew. R. ' I GUARD, Agent. Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24- LEGAL NOTICES. In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit Territory of Hawaii, U.S. A. In 1'RoiiATit At Chamukrs. In. flic matter of the Estate of F. H. KAAPA, deceased. The petition and accounts of the Ad ministratrix of the estate of said deceased having been filed, wherein she usks that Iter accounts may be examined and ap proved, and that a final order be made of distribution of the properly remaining in her hands, to the persons entitled thereto; that the heirs of said estate may be ascer tained and declared, and discharging her Irom all lurtiicr responsibility 01 sucu Administratrix. It is ordered that Tuesday, the 26th day of May, A. D. 1903, at 9 o'clock a. m., 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 appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, April 15, 1903. Hv the Court: DANIEL PORTER, Clerk, lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. LkIIi.ond & Smith, Attorneys (or petitioner. 344 Notice to Creditors. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, ' Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A. In Prohatk At Chamuhrs. IntheniatteroftheEstateofKAHOAKA, 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 veri fied and with their vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, Sam K. Kaiuaola, Hilo, Hawaii, or at the law office of Leliloml & Smith, Hilo, Hawaii, within six mouths from the date of this notice, otherwise such claims, if any, will be forever barred. SAM K. KAIUAOLA, Administrator Hilo, Hawaii, May I, 1903. LrHi.ond & Smith, Attorneys for the Estate. 27.4 Mortgagee's Notice of In tention otToreclosnre mid Stile. Notice is hereby given that pursuant to the power of sale contained in that certain mortgage dated June 22, 189S, made by Muria C. Affouso of Kailua, North Komi, Island of Hawaii, as Mort gagor, to me, Mary Isabella Ilrown (widow), of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, as Mortgagee, and of record in liber 180, on pages 122 and 123 Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances, I, the said Mary Isabella Ilrown, intend to foreclose the said mort gage for condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment of principal and interest when due. Notice is likewise given that the prop erty conveyed by the said mortgage will be told at public miction nt the auction rooms of James F. Morgan, Queen street, Honolulu aforesaid, 011 Saturday, the 9th day of May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The properly covered by the said mort gage and to beold as above consists of: All that certain tract, piece or parcel of laud situate at Hiaualoli, North Koua, Island of Hawaii aforesaid, containing an urea of 96 acres, and being the same premises described in Royal Patent .Grant) No. 1752, nuil the same premises that were conveyed to the said Maria G, Affouso by deed of J. K. Nahule, Deputy Sheriff of said North Koua, by deed dated February 23rd, 1895. and recorded ill the said Registry of Conveyances in liber 152, on page 367; and further confirmed to the said Maria G. Affouso by Decree of Judne S. L. Austin, Circuit Judge of the Third Circuit, in the suit entitled 'Maria G. Affouso el al vs. I, K. kaala. j wauiaka et id, bill to cancel deed and re move cloud from title," which said de cree is dated June 17, 1896. MARY I. 11ROWN, II v her attorney in fact, J. O. Carter, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash, Uuili-d States Gold Coin; deeds at the expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to Holmes & Stauley. attorneys for Mortgagee, Dated, Honolulu, April 11,1903. 24.4 Mortgagee's Notice of In tention of Foreclosure and Sale. Notice is hereby civen that pursuant to the power of sale contained in that cer tain mortgage dated June 16, 1898, made by Matioel Slums of Kailua, North Kona. Island of Hawaii, as Mortgagor, to me the undersigned, William G. I) rash, of Honolulu, Island ol Oahu, as Mortgagee, and of record in liber 180, on pages 86 nml 87 Hawaiian Registry of Convey ances, I, the said William G, Brash, inienn to lorcciose 111c said mortgage lor condition broken, to-wit: the non-payment of principal and interest when due. Notice is likewise given that the prop erty conveyed by the said mortgage will be sold at public auction at the auction rooms ot James F. Morgan. Queen street Honolulu aforesaid, on Saturday, the 91I1 day of May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The Property covered by the said mort gage and to be sold as above consists of: All that certain undivided one fourth part, share or interest o, in and to all those certain premises containing an area of twenty-five acres situate at Laula, 116 lualoa, North Kona, Hawaii, mentioned or described in Royal Patent (Grant 1 No. 1592, conveyed to the Mortgagor by Thomas Silvn by deed, dated January 16th, 1S94, and recorded in liber 148, on page 104 in the said Registry. Wm. G. BRASH, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash, United States Gold Coin; deeds at the expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to Holmes & Stauley, attorneys for Mortgagee. Dated, Honolulu, April 11, 1903. 24-4 Mortgagee's Notice of In tention to Foreclose and of Sale. In accordance with the provisions of a certain mortgage made by liana Malaea (w) and Ah Gock her husband, of Wni pio, Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, to the l'acttic sugar aim, a corporation, dated October 20th, A. D. 1899, and recorded in the office of the Registrar of Convey ances in Honolulu, II. T., in Liber 199, on pages 234 to 236: notice is hereby given that the said Pacific Sugar Mill, mortgagee, intends to foreclose the said mortgage for condition broken, to wit, nou payment of the principal sum and interest thereon when due. Notice is also hereby given that the property covered by said mortgage will be sold at public auction to the highest didder at the Court House in Honokaa, in said Hamakua, Hawaii, on Saturday, the 1 Cth day of May, A. D. 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The property covered by said mortgage is described as follows: All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in Wni pio, in said Hamakua, and being the premises described in Apana I, or R. P. No. 4949, L. C. A. 9S29, and containing 1 15-1000 of an acre. THE PACIFIC SUGAR MILL, Mortgagee, lly its attorney, Charles Williams. Terms, Cash; deeds at expense of pur chaser. For further particulars apply to CHARLES WILLIAMS, Attorney for Mortgagee. Honokaa, 'Hawaii, April 18, 1903. 25-3 Hoolaha Hooko o ka Mo ra ki a me kc Kuai. I kulikc ai me ka hooko ana o kekahi morakj i liana ia e liana Malaea (w) a me Ah Gock, kona kanc mare, o Waipio, Hamakua, Mokttpuni o Hawaii, ia kn Pacific Sugar Mill, he Hui i kuknluia, ka tue.i paa moraki, i liana ia ma ka la 20 o Okatoba, M. II. 1899, a 1 kakau kope ia 11m ka Kccua Kakau Kope ma Honolulu, II. T., Duke 199, aoao 234 n 236: ke hoo h'lha ia aku uei ka lohe ke makemake ka Pacific Sugar Mill 1 oleloia, e hooko aku i im moraki la, no kn uhaki ia o ka aelike, oin ka hookaa ole iu ka kttmupaa a me ka uku pancc i ka wa e hookaa ai. Ke hoolaha ia aku uei ka lohe i 11a men npau, o ka waiwai i paa maloko o tta mo raki la, e kuai ia aku ana ma ke kudala nkea ma ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Hono kaa, Hamakua, ma ka I'oaono la 16 o Mei, II. M. 1903, hora 12 awakca. O ka waiwai Ipaa maloko o ua moraki la peuci kc kuhikuhi ana, o kela apana aina apau c waiho la ma Waipio, Hama kua, a oia ka Apana I, i hoikc ia ma kn Palapala Sila Nui 4949, Kuleaua helu 9829, ttoun ka ili he 115-1000 eku, PACIFIC SUGAR MILL, Mca paa Moraki. Ma o koua I.oio, Charles Williams. Dala Kuike. Ka uku liana palapala i ka mca c lilo ai. Honokaa, Hawaii, April 18, 1903. 25-3 Notice to Creditors. In the Circuit Court, of the Third Circuit Territory of Hawaii U. S. A. In Prouath At Ciiamiikus. Iu the matter of the estate of K. M. MOSES HU, 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 veri fied and with their vouchers, if any, to the undersigned, William Hit, Kailua, Hawaii, or at the law office of J, M, Vivas, Honolulu, Hawaii, within six months from the date of this notice, otherwise such claims, if any, will be forever barret). WILLIAM HU, Administrator. Kailua, Koua, Hawaii, April 39 '93 J. M. Vivas, Attorney for Estate. 26-4 HAMAKUA ROADS. Correspondence Showlne the 1III1I ciiltln of the Komi Hoard. Honokaa, Hawaii, Mny-5,.1903. Dbak Mr. Kditor: Of late, in several newspapers, there appeared letters aitd articles commenting on the bad roads in this district of Hnmakun. Various remedies were suggested for their betterment, one contributor suggesting a change in the personcl of the Road Hoard. It is not so long ago that two new members were appointed to the Road Board, in room ot two who had'resigncd. The 1902 March rain storm did very great damage to the Hamakua roads, as all residents of Hawaii know, and in rebuilding bridges and repairing road damages caused by this storm, the sum of $35,450 was spent, and . of this amount a sum of $3,030 has yet to be paid. At this date, the Road Board, is in debt to the amount of $4,036.18, all in payrolls and bills for work donct'rom September to December, 1902; Thus it is seen that the "Main Road Grading Appropria tion 1'und of $30,000" (the only appropriation which this work could be charged against), and the 1902 Road Tax funds, were insuf ficient to meet all the expenses that were incurred in carrying out the necessary repairs. Fr want of funds, nocatitonuiers have been employed on any of our roatV- during the months of Jan uary, February and March of this year, and as a consequence the roads are in a very bad condition. Here, I may say, that although thre are several very bad mud holes along the roads, as yet no person haf-ibcen drowned report ot a woman in one at Ookala is in one, and the being drowned untrue. Sev eral parts of the roads which got so bad at the beginning of this year, have been repaired by the planta tions, and they will have to wait some time before they can be paid for" this work. By interviews and letters, the needs of this district have been kept continually before the notice of the Superintendent of Public Works, as the following letter from Road Board chairman to him will show, and the Superintendent's reply also shows how powerless he is to help us, however good his intentions are: Letter from A. Lidgate, Chair man Road Board, to Hon. H. E. Cooper. Superintendent of Public Works, Honolulu: Paauilo, April 22, 1903. Dear Sir: At a Road Board meeting held yesterday, all of those present volunteered to write you urging that any funds made avail able by the Legislature iu the "Kmergeucy Fund," or from any other source, be placed at once at the disposal of this district. Our roads are still iu a shocking condition. At several p aces on tlie luuiu iuuu iiicic .wt iuiiu tiutca linn are dangerous. It is a common oc currence for teams to get stalled in them, and be unable to get out without assistance. The cause of this condition is the prevailing wet weather, which has lasted over six mouths, and the bad condition of our roads at the beginning of win ter, caused by lack of funds; this iu turn was a result of the March storm which exhausted all of the Road Tax reserved for repairs. Realizing that you cannot get blood from a stone, I can only ask that you keep our very pressing needs iu view, advising us of any money as.soou as available. Yours very respectfully, A. Lidgate, Chairman Road Board. Letter from H, F. Cooper, Super intendent of Public Works, to A. Lidgate, Chairman Hamakua Road Board: Honolulu, April 28, 1903. Dear Sirs Owing to the failure of the Legislature to pass the Loan Appropriation Bill, I have been compelled to discontinue much im- portaut work that was recently be gun, and I am absolutely without funds to carry on any kind of work chargeable to current account, for the balance on hand in the Treas ury is insufficient to meet the cur rent demands of the Government. I appreciate how desperately you need funds for working your roads, but I can do nothing. The Kmergeucy Bill, which was presented to the Legislature on the third day of its session, is still un passed, and will not pass this ses sion. I am utterly powerless to do any thing to help you. I have been unable to award the contract for the Ahualoa road on account of the failure of the Kmergeucy Appro priation Bill. Same can be said about the change of the location of the Ookala to Kukaiau road. Very respectfully, Henry E. Cooi'im, Supt. of Public Works. In fairness to the Road Board and others, the public should look better into matters before expressing their op nion, and if blame is to be attached to anyone, they should lay it to those to whom it is prop erly chargeable. Yours respectfully, A. J. WILLIAMSON, Secretary Road Board. THIRTY 1)1 K. Flyer flashes Into Crowd of One Thousand People. Detroit, Mich., May 4. Thirty people were killed and many seri ously injured at a suburban Grand Trunk station today. There was a crowd of 1000 people in the station awaiting the arrival of an excur sion train, when the Flyer, the fastest train on the line, dashed through the station without any -warning to the people. --" SALONICA SEES FIUI1TS. (Joriiinuy's Interests In Afrlcn Strengthened by the Knlser. Salonica, May 4. Disorders throughout the province are grow ing. Skirmishes with Bulgarian troops occur daily. Many have been killed and numerous arrests and executions have occureed. Sugar War Tax. Newark, N. J., May 2'. A favor able decision for the American Sugar Refinery was given in the United States Court today. The sugar corporation brought suit against the Government for recovery of about $500,000 paid under the war tax, claiming this tax to be unconstitutional. The decision of the court affects other suits pending with claims amounting to fully $1,000,000. ViiMiuc. (Joveriiiuent Palls. Port An Prince, Hayti, May 4. The Vasquez government iu San Domingo has fallen. The rebels control the whole country and General Wos Gil is iu charce as President of the provisional govern- ment. Kx-President Jimiuez, who was banished from the country, is returning, and it said he will be made President. St. Louis Dedication. St. Louis, Mo., May 2. The final ceremonies of the dedication of the Louisana Purchase Exposi tion were completed today with a moiisler civil parade. The city was crowded with prominent guests to take part in this crowning event of the formal opening. J ..-. . I Lindau, Mny 4. The Princess' 1 Louise of Saxony was today de I livered of a daughter. I r I r.. . in.... . , upciiiiut;i:ii, nmy 4, -iiilg JVU- wa.rd will visit St. Petersburg iu July and Berlin and Copenhagen later. Washington, May 4. The gov ernment today made a large pur chase of silver for the Philippine coinage. I'alo Alto, May 4. The sixth death at Stanford University from typhoid fever has occurred. There are scveial additional cases. 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 nrticle commonly sold a little black pepper and a lot of roasted peanut shells, cannot appeal to any one. 'Our PEPPER conies in 15c, 25c, 40c and 75c tins, and it 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 ill f speak of Red l'cpper, White Pep- f Sage, 4 le we S per, English Mustard, Leaf Sage Allspice, etc. Iu the meantime want to show you the goods ot our store. The Owl Drug Co., Ltd. J Hilo, Hawaii TALK OVER TUKKEY. t The Situation Mny Cnll for Wider Conferences. Berlin, Germany, May 3. Em peror William and Chancellor Von Buelow have had a long conference over affairs in Macedonia and as a result it is said that a visit will be paid to Rome and conferences held both with the Emperor and the Pope. The stand of Germany in the crisis is anxiously watched by the representatives of the other powers. Salonica, May 2. One hundred Bulgarians have been killed in the recent riots in the city. The in surgents have secured a supply of dynamite and have used it with disastrous effort. Sofia, May 3. Macedonia in surgents defeated the Turks in a battle lasting two days at Logo dasch. The Turks attempted to drive out the Macedonians from a stronghold, but failed and finally the rebels managed to outflank the Turks and the attacking forces re tired, leaving 200 men and six officers dead on the field. Democrats Tnlk Cleveland. New York, May 3. A conference of Democratic leaders was held to day at which the course to be fol lowed iu connection with the next campaign was gone over seriously. The burden of the talk was as to the advisability of insisting upon Grover Cleveland being the candi date of the party for re-election. The situation was canvassed, it. is said, and nothing definite deter mined, though it is reported that a conference at Princeton will fol low in a short time, and it may h. effective. Frank, N. W. T.; May 4. An immense landslide occurred today and the town is deserted by every one except the police and govern ment engineers. Rome, May 4. It iff alleged that the Emperor William's visit has strengthened the relations between Germany and the Pope to the bene fit of German colonization in Africa. A HOME COMPANY CAPITAL $60,000 Organized Under the Laws of the Ter ritory of Hawaii. The Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd. Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest ments and Real Estate. Homes lltiilt on the Installment Plan 2ii HOME OFFICE : fj McINTVRE HUILDING M8& HONOLULU, T.H. fc3TC Tho Hawaiian Realty and fcgl Maturity Co., Ltd. K&i L. K. KENTWELL. UM General Manager Rsp m iTiVt. vm ,1 l".'.V mrmmmJL II ! I "