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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1903.
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President '. C. C. Kknnkhv
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and Notary Public In Office.
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Opposite Court House, HII.O, HAWAII
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Special attention given to the business
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WAIAKUKN'UK STUUHT. - HILO
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
III effect July I3i 1903.
Passenger Trains, Kxccpt Sunday.
A.M. 1 P.M.
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nr Puna Iv
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Excursion tickets between nil noints
nre sold oil Saturdays nnd Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, jjood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. H. LAMI1KRT,
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVK NOW A PLKKT OP
and Small Boats
l'OR PUBLIC HIRE
Passengers and baggage taken to and
frnm vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowbouts to hire i
lor private picnics and moonlight rides,
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Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible eninne. Iu
practicability it is equal to the steam en-
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Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hurk St. Cutliurliii), Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Hurk Martini lluvls, Capt. McAUman I
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.!
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
BROKKKS nnd COMMISSION
Dealers lu Dry Goods, Notions, Ciuars
and Tobacco. Special attention given
to consignments of colfee ami sugar.
In the Circuit Court, of the 1ourtli Circuit
Territory of Hawaii U. S. A.
In. ProhaticAt Chamiwks.
In the matter of the Instate of GUS
The petition nnd nccouuts of the Ad
nrinistrntor of the cstntc of snid deceased
having been filed wherein lie asks tbnt
bis accounts be examined and approved,
and tbnt n fmnl order be uinde of distribu
tion of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled;
that the heirs of said estate may be ascer
tained nnd declared, nnd discharging him
from nil further responsibility ns such
It is ordered Hint Tuesday, the 15th day
I of September, 1903, nt 9 o'clock a. m., at
Chambers, iu the Court House nt South
ililo, Hawaii, lie anil tile same is ucrcuy
appointed the tunc nnd place for hearing
snid iictitiou nnd nccouuts, nnd that all
persons interested may appear and show
cause, if nny they have, why the prayer
of said petition should not be granted.
Ililo, Hawaii, Aug. 11, 1903.
l)y the Court:
DANIKL PORTHR, Clerk.
Ily Clias. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
.Wish & Ross,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 41-4
In theCircuitCourtof the 1'ourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, U. Sj. A.
Iu the matterof tbeKstateof LILIHANA
I. (w.) of Puuco, Ililo, Hawaii, de
ceased. Petition having been filed by William
George Kaihenui praying that letters of
administration upon said estate be issued
Notice is hereby given that Tuesday,
the 25th day of August, A, D. 1903, nt 9
o'clock a. 111., be nnd hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition iu the Court
room of this Court, at Hilo, Hawaii, at
which time nnd Mince nil ncrsons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they nave, why saiu petition siionui
not be granted.
Hilo. Hawaii. Aucust I. loot.
I Ily the Court.
DANIKL PORTKR, Clerk.
R. A. Lyman,
Attorneys for Petitioner. 40-3
In the matter of the Kstate of JOSK
I'LORKS of Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
Petition having been filed by Maria
Plores Ilento. daughter of the said Jose
Flores, deceased, praying that letters of
Administration upon said estate ue issued
to Evangellno tla Silva,
Notice is Jiercby given that Tuesday,
the 2.th dav of Auitust. A. D. 1003, nt o
(o'clock n. :n., be and hereby is appointed
' for licnrinir said netitiou ill tile Court
room of this Court, nt Hilo, Hawaii, at j
which time and place all persons con-
cerned may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
! not be granted.
! Hilo, Hawaii, July 28, 1903.
1 uy the Court:
DANIEL PORTER. Clerk.
smith & pausons
' Attorneys for Administrator. 39-3
f T u,e Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii, U. S. A.
In the matter of the Estate of D. I. WAI-
1 LANI, of Alakahi, Hilo, Hawaii.
Petition for Letters of Administration:
Petition having been filed by Hana
Wnilnui proving that letters of adminis
tration upon" said estate be issued to her,
I Notice is nereoy given mat mesiiay,
j the 18th day of August, A. D. 1903, nt
19 o'clock a.m., ue ami uercuy is np-
pointed for hearing said petition in the
bourt room of this Court, at Hilo, Ha-
wail, which time nnd place nil persons
J conc'erue(l u,ny apcar And show cause, if
1 nny they have, why said petition should
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Attorney for Petitioner.
'Q. V. LOCKlIlgtOn
FRONT STREET, - HILO
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 comes iu
15c, 35c, 40c and 75c tins, and it
will be a lesson to you to try a tin
of it and learn how little you have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
Iu future advertisements we will
speak of Red l'epper, White Pep
per, Kngllsh Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allspice, etc. Iu the meantime we
Wont to show you the goods at our
The Owl Drug Go., Ltd.
Naples, Aug. 11. Vesuvius is
Cripple Creek, Col., Aug. n.
Three thousand miners are out on
Seattle, Aug. 1 1.7 There is a
heavy shortage in the Sound sal
Philadelphia, August 10. Five
more deaths have resulted from the
Philadelphia, Aug 11. The tex
tile strikers are rrlurning to work,
having gained no concessions.
Rome, Aug. 11. It is reported
that Cardinal Martinelli will he the
next Papal Secretary of State.
Cracow, August n. Strikers
rioted here yesterday and the troops
fired on them causing sixty deaths.
Loudon, Aug. 11. The House
of Lords has passed the Sugar bill
as the House of Commons adopted
New York, Aug. 11. The Re
liance and the Shamrock arc iu the
dry docks making final prepara
tions. Marseilles, Aug. 10. An Italian
anarchist fired two shots at Premier
Combes yesterday, but the latter
Washington, Aug. 11. A hurri
cane which is sweeping the Atlan
tic has done great damage at Marti
nique. Jamaica has also suffered.
Cripple Creek, Col., Aug. 10. A
renewal of the mining stiike is
probable. The workmen say the
agreements with them arc unful
filled. Butte, Mont., Aug. 10. Two
condemned murderers, one mur
derer awaiting trial, a stage robber
and two highwaymen broke jail to
day and are at large.
Sofia, Aug. 10. The Macedon
ians have issued an address to the
powers declaring that an uprising
is necessary to secure the enforce
ment of the treaty of Berlin. The
insurgents claim to have 8000 men
Oyster Hay, Aug. 10. President
Roosevelt has written a public let
ter to Governor Durbin of Indiana
commending his attitude at the
time of the Kvansville lynching,
expressing himself strongly upon
the horrors and dangers of mob law
and suggesting speedier punish
ment for rape and murder, yet pro
tecting the prisoners' rights.
Portland, Ore., Aug. 10. George
Allen, a prisoner iu the Oregon
State penitentiary, has been noti
fied that a lawyer named Davis, of
Honolulu, is seeking power of at
torney from him to bring suit
against the estate of his foster
father, millionaire Samuel Allen of
Honolulu. George Allen formally
relinquished his claim upon the
estate some vears ago, but Davis
says he has rights that can be es
tablished. Succeeds Miles.
Washington, D. C, Aug. 8.
I General S. M. Young formally took
office as successor to Lieutenant
General Miles today. The cere
mony of Miles retirement and
Young's assumption of authority
t took place in the War Department
1 offices. Secretary Root was pres
ent and plensautly congratulated
lilood In the lliilknus.
1 Constantinople, Aug 10. Insur
I gents at Mouastir and Okhreida at
tacked Turkish villages yesterday
laud massacred the inhabitants.
Eight more battalions have been
I sent to the disturbed districts.
Krushevo, Aug. 10. Iu a battle
with the insurgents yesterday the
Turks lost 160 killed.
THE LN(1LKY AIRSHIP.
night or odd Yards Lit nils it In
Windewater, Md., Aug. 10. The
Langley airship flew 500 yards and
then plunged into the Potomac and
sank. It was recovered damaged.
Prof. Samuel P. Langley, in
ventor of the machine which has
come to grief, has been dabbling iu
flying machines for years. Recent
ly it was announced that he had
completed a new machine which he
expected to take the prize for aerial
navigation at the St. Louis Exposi
tion. Professor Langley has been
secretary of the Smithsonian Insti
tution since 1SS7, and during that
time he devoted quite a little of his
time to the problem of aerial navi
gation, the Government footing the
bills. He has built several work
ing .models of airships, and is credit
ed with having done much iu the
direction of solving the problem of
aerial navigation without, however,
being able to perfect a machine of
commercial value. He is also
prominent iu other avenues of scien
tific research, and is one of the most
widely known astronomers and
physicists iu the country. He has
been an assistant iu the Harvard
observatory, professor of mathema
tics in the United States Naval
Academy and director of the Al
legheny observatory, and has writ
ten many wellknown books on
Lord N'ortlicote Uovernor.
London, Aug. 8. The King has
approved the appointment of Lord
Northcote as Governor General of
Lord Northcote is to succeed
Lord Tennyson. The latter has
been acting Governor of the Com
monwealth of Australia since the
resignation of Lord Hopetoun.
Lord Tennyson is a sou of the fam
ous poet of the same name and
former Governor of the State of
Lord Henry Stafford Northcote,
the new Governor-General of Aus
tralia, has been Governor of Horn
bay since 1899. He is a son of Sir
Stafford Northcote, Earl of Iddes
leigh, a former leader of the House
of Commons under Lord Beacons
field. Lord Northcote is fifty-seven
years old. He married in 1873 the
adopted daughter of the first Baron
Mount Stephen. He started his
career as n clerk in the Foreign
Office in 1868. From 1876 to 1877
he was private secretary to Lord f machinery. The future output
Salisbury. For short periods heiof these mills will displace the Am
held the offices of secretary to thejerican importations of flour.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, finan
cial secretary to the War Office,
Surveyor-General of Ordnance, and
for nineteen years was a member of
Parliament from Exeter. Lord and
Lady Northcote are childless.
L'opu Is Crowned.
Rome, Aug. 10. The coronation
rn n: . v . .. ... .::.....
of Pope Pius X was a magnificent
function attended by 70,000 people.
It took place iu the Hasilica of St.
John Lateran. Cardinal Macchi 1
placed the crown upon the pontiff's 1
head amid the acclamations of the
multitude. Many civil dignitaries ,
were present. 1
Mnnllu Heat Honolulu.
Manila did Honolulu out of a
prize at the national nuiiual conven
tion of Elks, which began iu Haiti
more on July 21. Each year a
prize is given to the Elk who trav
els the longest distance to attend
the convention and this year F. M.
Brooks, past grand ruler, went to
Baltimore expecting that the prize
would fall to him, as it did to Dr.
Cooper last year, when he was Ha
waii's representative. This time,
however, there was a Manila lodge
iu the field nud the award was
made to Thomas A. Devilbiss of the
JUDUEJIENT IN DISHAKMENT.
Supremo Court Wields the Ax With
Honolulu, August it. "In the
matter of A. S. Humphreys the
judgement of the court, Justice
Galbraith dissenting, is that he be
"In the matter of F. K. Thomp
son the judgement of the court, Jus
tice Galbraith dissenting, is that he
be suspended from practice for one
"In the matter of J. A. Magqon
the judgement of the court, Justice
Galbraith dissenting, is that the
charge be dismissed.
"It the matter of Geo. A. Davis
the judgement of the court, Justice
Galbraith dissenting, is that he be
In brief terms as the foregoing,
Chief Justice Frear rendered the
majority decisions of the Supreme
Court iu the disbarment cases.
Therc'was not so large an attend
ance of members of the bar when
the Supreme Court opened pursuunt
to adjournment at 3 o'clock yester
day afternoon as might have been
expected. Perhaps many thought
there might be a further postpone
ment of decisions in the disbarment
cases. At all events, not more than
a third as many lawyers were pres
ent as generally appear at a term
opening. There were not many
spectators either, of the lay element.
Chief Justice Frear and Associate
Justice Galbraith came upon the
bench, the Chief Justice annourc
ing as they took their seats that
Associate Justice Perry was absent
from illness. The four respondents
were in the front ranks of chairs
and all of them looked grave.
When the Chief Justice briefly an
nounced the nature of the decisions,
the three who were convicted and
punished maintained their self
possession by evident effort.
Phillipopolis, Bulgaria, Aug. 8.
Activity of the insurgent forces
found expression today iu a dyna
mite explosion in the business cen
ter of the town. The plot was well
laid, the authorities having 110 trace
of the perpetrators of the deed.
Buildings were wrecked and a great
number of occupants and people iu
the street were killed.
Peking, Aug. 10. An American
firm has contracted to furnish Rus
sian flour mills with $300,000 worth
Paris, Aug. 11. A catastrophe
occurred last evening in the under
ground Metropolitan Electric rail
way. A train passing through the
tunnel met with au accident which
was followed by fire. A second
crowded train then entered the sub
way and ran into the first. There
was a terrible panic and the smoke
I l)ecame 5 dense that many persons
I were suffocated. Hie total deaths
I cstImalcd at nlnety ttnd dRhty.
tw0 i)0lt jcs iiave i,een recovered.
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