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prifo xiJhwi4 LU& -i&5 . Wliut Ih BeHt for 1-1 AW All Ih Bet for Hilo Wliut la Bent for I-IILO 1 Bot for U in :r r : Vol. 8. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1903. -No. 52. lr Hoiiiidiiry Notice. Notice Is hereby ulvcn that the appli KKAIIV FOR til,IX'T10N. WIIALKX WIMX'KHD. 'UIIMSIIKU KVIIKY FKUJAY okfick. Kino Hirkkt, ltito, Hawaii. Tkiiiunk Iilock. llilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. Publisher ud l'ruprlclor. freildcnt -C. C. KknnriiV Vlce-Freildent I? K. Kiciiakdp Secretary! reanurer 1.. W. Hawortii Auditor A. . Sutton Dlrectott bo. S. VcKfnzik, 1). W. Mahsii Advertisement. juaccoiiiijtilcd by specific nslructtotia interna until nmctea out AdvertiuiueiiUdlKonthiunl before expiration uetm.eu.uii.i ui-.tuurKiiig iiiui of apecllied period will be charged a IT con-1 from further responsibility as such Ad tlnued for lull term. , mitlistrator. Addres all comniutiUollom either to the I It is ordered that Tuesday, the loth Kdltorlalor Uiiiiiies Uepartinenli of Tiik IUlo ,! t)f November, 1903, at 9 o'clock a. III., Tribune I-ublhiiinciComimnv. ' at Chambers, iu the Courtroom of this rhecotiiiiinauiTiiK IIilu I'RiHUMnare olway Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, be and the open to communication on ub ccM within the -.,,. j, atmoinled as the time and tilace cope of the paper. To receive proper attention, imc is ouHoiiiieii as 1111. mm nun iiiuci each article mint be signed by lt author. The for hearing said petition and accounts, name, when detlred. wilt w held coiuidentlal. niid that nil persons interested may then Tim IIilu Tribuns W not tccponlb e Tor the j t, nt,,H.ar iid show came, if any opinion, or ,t.ten.e.Uuf correspondent.. lhey ,y of ATTOHNUYS-AT-L.VW. Wise & Ross, ATrORNKY.S-.vr-LAW Wilt practice in all Conit. or the Territory, nnd the Supreme Court of the Ualted htate.. Office: TKIIIUNK H0II.1IINH, UrldKe Street, Htl.O. HAWAII C. M. I.KIIt.ONU V. It. SMITH LeJBlond & Smith ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW llawalliu, Japanese, and Chlne.e luterpietcra, and Notary I'ubllclu Office. Office: Srvkranck HoiluinOi Opposite Court House. IIH.O. HAWAII J. CASTI.K RlDOWAY TllOS. C. RIDOWAY Ridgway & Ridgway ATTORNKYS-AT-I.AW tullcitora or l'atents Oenernl Law I'ractice IIII.O, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. ol'HICK: Waianiiemic and IlriilRe Street. IMIYSIUIASS. Dr. Henry Hayes PHYSICIAN AND SURGHON Diseases of the eye Hours: 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. 4:00 to 5:00 p. m. 7.00 to 8:00 p. ui. Sunday: 10:00 a. 111. to 12:00 noon. Telephone 193. WaUuuenue Street Milton Rice, M. D. Physician and Sukguon Office, Waianuenue St. Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. M.; 2-4 and 7:30 to 8:30 v. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m. KKAL ESTATE, ETC. I. JE. RAY ATTORNEY AT -LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC Waiauueiiue St. Hilo, Hawaii DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S DENTIST Office Hours: 9 to 12 1 104. HILO, HAWAII HOW TO MAKE MONEY. We offer you an investment guaranteed j j two Trust Companies. It may make you rich. This is no scheme or rake. Send $2.00 for INVESTMENT CERTIFI CATE. If you are not satisfied upon in vestigation we give you your money back. WELTNER & DUNN, l'Ucal Agents, 60 llroadway, New York. A. H. JACKSON EIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIFE WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO KHTAUblHHItO iHs. BISHOP & CO. Bankers. Honolulu Oahu, H. I. Transact a General Ranking and Ex change l)UbillCS Commercial und Traveller's Letters or Creditissued, available in all the principal cities of the world. Special attention given to the business entrusted to us by our friends or the other Islunds, either as Deposits, Collections Insurance or requests for Exchange. LEGAL NOTICES. United State of America J uo Territory or Hawaii In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit. At Ciiamiikks In Pkoiiatk. Iu the matter of the estate of JOHNSON NICKEUS, deceased. The petition ami accounts of the Ad ministrator of tile estate of said deceased having been filed wherein he asks that his accounts he examined and approved, and that a final order be made of distribu tion of the property remaining in his hands to the persons thereto entitled; that the licit of said estate may be nscer- slioulil not lie granted Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 6, 1903. 1 lly the Court: ! DANIEL PORTER. Clerk. Ily Ch.is. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Wish & Ross, , Attorneys for Petitioner. 49-4 United Stales or America ( Territory of Hawaii ) In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit. Tkkm Summons. J. V. RAY, Plaintiff, vs. M. R. HIRO- CHI. Defendant. The Territory ol Hawaii; to the High Sheriff oi" the Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy, the Slierilfof the Island or Hawaii or his Deputy. You lire commanded to summon M. R. Hirochi, or Hilo, Hawaii, deleiidaut, iu case he shall file written answer within three mouths or the date or this summons, to be and appear before the said Circuit Court at the Februury Term thereof, to be holdeii at South Hilo, Island of Ha waii, on Wednesday, the 17th day of February next, at 10 o'clock n. 111., to show cause why the claim of J. Y. Ray, plaintiff, should not be awarded to him pursuant to the tenor or his annexed petition. And have you then and there this writ with full return of your proceedings thereon. Witness the HON. GILHERT P. LIT TLE, Judge or the Circuit Court or the Fourth Circuit ut South Hilo, Hawaii, this iSthdayof August, 1903. DANIF.L PORTER. Clerk. Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. I certify the foregoing to be a true copy of the Summons in said cause and that said Court ordered publication of the same for three mouths from the date hereof and continuance or said cause until the February Term or this Court. Dated Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 13. 1903. DANIF.L PORTF.R, Clerk. Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Wish & Ross. Attorneys for Plaintiff. 50-31110. Trade Unions Meetings. FEDERATION NO. 1 I and 3 Monday each month. FEDERATION NO. 22 and 4 Monday each month. LAHOR COUNCIL 1 und 3 Friday each month. CARPENTERS 2 nnd 4 Friday each month. HACKMEN and TEAMSTERS I and 3 Thursday each month. PAINTERS and DECORATORS 2 and 4 Thursday each mouth. LONGSHOREMEN 2 and 4 Wednesday each month. II. KENDAL, President Hilo Trades ami Labor Coun cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1903. Catholic Services. CATHOLIC C1IUKCH, 1IRIIM51J STKKl'.T. Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30 a. m. At 7 it. tn. Portuguese sermon. At 9 a. m. English sermon. At 10:30 a. 111. Hawaiian sermon. At 7 p. 111., Rosary, Portuguese sermon and Dcuedictiou. Week Days Holy Mass every day at 6 a. m. Every Sunday afternoon English in struction for boys and girls at llrother's and Sister's schools respectively, from 2 to 3 p. 111. Day or night the Catholic clergy will attend to the wantsof the faithful. FATHER OLIVER, Parish Rector. Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd. Houses Wired and Lights Installed Iu accordance with the rules or the Na tional Hoard or Fire Underwriters. A complelr stock or ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk Lamps, etc., always on hand. Fan Motors . . . $16 Fan Motors, swivel rrame, 8 Sowing Machine Motor 20 Power for operating them $1 a mouth ! Price of Lamps Roducod. 16-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each, Estimates furnished on all classes oi Electrical Work and Contracts taken to 1 install apparatus complete, cations for settlement or liounduries ad vertised for November 7U1, in Hilo, are continued until November 14th, and the Kohala applications that were advertised for November- 14th are continued until November aist. F. S. LYMAN, Commissioner or liounduries. Oakland, Cal.. Oct. 16, 1903. 52-3 Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure ami Sale. Iu occordance with the provisions or a certain mortgage made by Manoel Gon ial ves Serraoand Maria Gonsalve.s Serrao, or P.iauilo, iu the Island and Territory or Hawaii, to Joao Antonio, or Hilo, iu the Island and Territory or Hawaii, bearing date the 20th day or September, A. D. 1899, mid recorded iu the Office ol the Registrar or Conveyances at Honolulu, T. II., 011 the 27th day or November, A. I). 1899, in Volume No. 199 ut Pages 344 nnd 34S thereof, and which said mortgage has been for value duly assigned to the undersigned, notice is hereby given that the undersigned assignee 01 said mort gage intends to foreclose the same for a bleach or the conditions thereof, to-wit: The non-payment or the principal sum and interest secured thereby when the same became due and payable. Notice is also hereby given that on Tuesday, the 17th day or November, A. D. 1903, at 10 o'clock a. in. on said day, at the Iront door or the Court House, in the Town or Hilo, Island and Territory or Hawaii, the following real property conveyed by said mortgage, to-wit: All mid singular that certain piece or parcel or lami situate at Paauilo, known as Lot No 12 or Homestead Map No. 5, the same having been granted to the said Manoel Gousal ves Serrao by the Hawaiian Government by Patent No. 4241, dated the 21st dav of September, A. D. 1898, and coi.taiiiing an area or 25.6 acres tuore',uarkeii paper ,n:u,e Uie whole run or less, will be sold at Public Auction to 1 . ...... ...... the highest bidder for cash in U.S. Gold f'Citig delivered in Honolulu for this Com lo satisfy said mortgage. USH l.. SISKRAU, Mortgagee. Wish & Ross. Attorneys for Mortgagee. 49-4 Iloolaha Hoopaa a Knai Molaki. E like me na mea i ae like ia maloko o kekuhi molaki i liana ia tuawaeua o Manoel Gousalves Serrao me Maria Gon salve.s Serrao o Paauilo o ka Molcupuui a Teritore o Hawaii, u me Joao Antonio o Hilo o ka Moktipuui n Teritore o Hawaii, i liana i.i ma ka la 20 o September, A. D. 1899, 11 i hookomo ia i ke Keena o ka Luna Kakau Palupala ma Honolulu, T. II., ma k-i la 27 o November, A. D. 1899, Iluke Helu 199 aoao 344 ame 345 01a Iluke, a 1 houlilo ia hoi ua Molaki uei i ka men inalalo ilio uei; a uolailu ke hoo laha uku uei ka mea i hoolilo ia akii ai ua Molaki nci e hoop.1.1 ana oia iua Mo laki uei no ka uhnki ia ana o na aelike e like me ua mea e hoike ia ana malalo iho uei: No ka Wokaa ia ole o ke kuuiupaa a uku panee i ka manawa e like me ka mea i hoike ia i loko o ka Molaki. Nolaila ke hoolahu ia uku uei ma ka Poalua la 17 o November, A. D. 1903, ma ka hola 10 a. 111., ma ka Puku o ka Hale Hookolokolo ma ke Kaoua o Hilo, Mo ktipuui a Teritore o Hawaii, e kukala ia ai kekuhi alua i hoike ia malalo iho uei i ka mea c koho kiekie aim no ke Data Kuike no ka hoolawu ana hoi i ka Mo laki; a o ka aiua penei ka wehewclieaua: O kela aiua apau e wailio ala ma Paau ilo, 11011a kn Helu 12 o ua home hookr. oiioouo 1 hoike ia ma ka Pulapala Alu 1 Ilookuouoouo Helu 5, a i hoolilo ia mai hoi ia Manoel Gousalvcs Serrao e ke Aupuni Hawaii ma ka Palapala Sila Helu 4241 la 21 o Setember, A. D. 1898, a uona ua Ekn he 25,6, oi aku palia a end mai paha. JOSE G. SERRAO, Mea l'aa Molaki. Wish & Ross, Na I.oio o ka mea Paa Molaki. Lost. Hilo Electric Light Co's certificate of stock No. 123, doted Nov. 26, 1901, for twenty-five shares, iu the name of Robert Duncan. Transfer of .same stopped. HILO ELEC. LIGHT CO. Per N. C. WILLFONG, Treasurer. immmmmwmiimmuWim For Elegant Society Stationery Invitations Programs Announcements Call at Tribune Office 1 ; aummimiuimaumiiaiwui Itetflstrnr Iturkluiul Ilns I'orwnritril ' All Outside Ilnllols. Registrar of Elections Iliicklaud Midway Island ("Special cable re has forwarded to oil outside districts ceiveil n a. m.), Oct. 23. The tlfti ballots and official registers for ' schooner Julia K. Wlinlen is a total the election next Tuesday. All 'oss ifank ballots, two for each voter, ' The above cable to Superinten and all regular printed ballots, two ' dent Gaines at Honolulu was the for each voter, have been sent out first news of the wreck of the ill to every precinct chairman outside 1 fated but famous schooner Julia' K. of Oahu. All official registers of Whaleii on Midway Island. The voters for each precinct have been I dispatch indicated also that the rent, with lette-s of instruction 'cargo of provisions, live stock, with each package of every kind building materials and personal Blank forms for return of candidate's property on the vessel had been e.peuses; blanks for inspector's re- lst. turns; envelopes for spoiled and; The following cablegram from used ballets have all been for-', Mr. Colly was received Friday, warded. The Sheriffs in all parts' The Whalen got opposite the en of the Islands have been instructed trance at dark. The captain de to deliver ballot boxes to the in- cided to dodge off and on till day spectors. Specimen ballots only to light, but the current must have be, used on election day are in the taken him further to the eastward UUfit. than he thought. The schooner V Six rubber stamps have been struck on the N. N. V. comer of ent to each precinct to be used in the reef about 2 a. in. Thursday. Marking ballots by the voters if , Captain and crew got into the boat lhey choose that method instead of : without saving anything but clothes the pencil. It is thought by the; ami reached here at 6 a. in., the election manageis that this will boat leaking badly and only one oar ivoid errors which were so numer- ami a piece of one available, hence ous in 1902. the length of time taken to come To prevent fraud Secretary Car- three miles. The captain reports f'.er had a special run of water election. This mark appears three . times in each ballot, and any ballot without the mark is a fraud and 1 should be thrown out. The water I mark can easily be detected holding up to the light. by jh number stamped on the stub ut each ballot will help inspectors in their count and being cousecu- tive also tends to avoid fraud or mistakes. The coiiespondingnum-i ber is printed on a comer on the back of the ballot and is to be torn off and thrown away by inspectors when the voter hands in the ballot. Secretary George R. Carter re - turned Thursday, Oct. 29, to Ho- uolulu, and any inspectors iu doubt 011 any subject should promptly communicate with him by wireless telegraphy. "" Arrldr utility Shot. Honolulu, October 26. Melville Monsarrat, only son of Manager and Mrs. Julian Monsarrat, of Ka - papala ranch, was accidentally shot in California 011 Saturday, dying the next day. A cablegram was received here on Sunday, but no details were given. It is presumed, however, that the young man, who was fond of hunting and expert with firearms of all kinds, must have been out shooting with some of his school friends and been acci- dentally hit by one of them. The cable message was from Sam Monsarrat, uncle of the tie- ceased, who is engaged iu business in San Francisco, and who was 1111- doubtedly with the young man when he breathed his last. Melville Monsarrat was an only sou, eighteen years of age with (drews was rendered yesterday every promise of a successful future, .morning, which held that the 110111 He was sent to school at Balm out, ination of Wise presented in due in California, some three years ago fa"" 011 October 24 at 11:50 a. m., and returned for his vacation last the election to take place on Novetn year. ber 3, was within the ten days' The parents have not been noti- limit required by law. fied by wire for fear of the grave results that might ensue, both father and mother not being very well nor strong enough to bear the shock of the death of one in whom their whole love and hope was centered. Relatives and a physician will go to Pttualini iu the Iwalaui this afternoon to break the news to the bereaved parents and to bring them home either iu the Mauna Ioa 011 Friday or the Iwalaui on the fol lowing day. The body will be sent here in the I r.. ,. r ... , g,. u Total Loss on Midway Island IttM'f. the Whalen was steady on the reef, i and he had every hope of saving t , .1 . . . 'the cargo and possibly the shtp. He borrowed our boat and returned to the vessel, but was unable to board, surf being too strong. On his arrival back he still expressed hope of being able to save thecargo., but this morning showed that the j vessel was breaking up. The cap taut tried to get to her again, but she is practically iu pieces, the masts gone overboard and all cargo washed out. Nothing was saved, ot even the mails. She had a very i rough passage and the pumps had , to be kept going to keep her free, 1 She leaked .ill the time. 1 Captain Kinney of the Whalen was formerly connected with the Inter-Island Company's service and ' the schooner Julia E. Whalen was his first command, The schooner went to pieces quickly and must have been in a jshakv condition beforehand. She had lain tied up iu port here for many months, and had been out of 'the harbor but a few times since her I return from the voyage to Marcus Island. The owners of the schooner Charles Levi Woodbury bought her ' for $2,000 at auction, Since that time she has been engaged in the island trade until her last voyage to Midway Island. . Wise (Joes on liullot. Honolulu, Oct. 26. John II. Wise's name will appear upon the official ballot for Oahu county as candidate lor slienil. He is put up 'V Ue Home Rule party iu place ' Robot t W. Wilcox, deceased, nd in opposition to A. M. Drown, ' tllc Republican candidate. An opinion by Attorney General An - KusrutK AiiKlo-Amui'k'iiu Attitude. St. Petersburg, Oct. 25. There is a growing resentment here against both America and England because of the supposed sympathy of these two nations for Japan in her attitude on the Maiichurian qMln. Kiislaiul is said to be actively iu sympathy with Japan although the Anglo-Japanese pact will hardly be carried out to the extent of an offensive alliance. I Yokohama. Oct. 26. The Jap-1 -.-.-,... j unese secretary irotn ivorea wus 1 i sr1 f,om '"""U,B ' Yon- Schooner HAWAIIAN F0HTIFIUAT10NS. 5 (tougrr Askod lo .Spruit Huir n Million Dollars. Washington, Oct. 25.-111 the annual report of Brigadier General Gillespie, Chief of Engineers to the War Department, he recommends the appropriation of half a million dollars for the purchaie of land sites for the army fortifications in Hawaii. He also says that work will commence soon on the plan of defense tor Honolulu. Congress is asked to make an appropriatiotrfor the work. General Geo. L. Gillespie is Chief of Engineers, U. S. A. In his an nual report for 1902, General Gil lespie asked for the sum of $526, 100 for work on Hawaiian coast de fense. During the latter part of 1901 an army board consisting of Col. Heuer, Ueut.-Col. Davis, Ma jor Birkhitner, and Captain Adam Slaker made an elaborate investi gation of the question here, and picked out locations around Hono lulu at which foitifications should be erected. Posting the I'ooplr. Manna Loa is reported to have broken out again; and for the ben efit of the bewildered reader anxious to keep up with the news, it may be stated that Mauna I.oa is neither a foreign potentate nor a new di sease, but a volcano. Wash.. D. C, Times. Washington, Oct. 26. Rear Ad miral Bowles has resigned from the navy and will become president of a shipbuilding company. Washington, Oct. 26. The Cus tom House receipts for the past six months iu the Philippines have amounted to $4,500,000. San Francisco, Oct. 26. The Circuit Court of Appeals has affirmed the verdict of the Federal Court in Hawaii District in the case of Campbell vs. Hackfeld. Cape Ilaytien, Hayti, Oct. 26. The Santo Domingo rebels by a vigorous move have captured the town of Santiago. The rebels are moving with surprising rapidity in their attacks upon the chief towns of the country. Washington, Oct. 2fi. A rigid investigation is to be made soon into the affairs of the postoffice at New York. It has been rumored that there has been laxity in the methods of conducting the office and that there has been extrava gance. San Jose, October 26. Attorney Gear today filed a suit against Miss Alice Campbell, Mrs. Samuel Par ker, and trustees Carter and Brown of the James Campbell estate, in which he alleges a conspiracy in connection with the transfer of the title of the St. James Hotel from the estate to Miss Campbell. He asks that the minor children be de clared half owners of the hotel and that the defendants be adiudced 1 trustees of the property. A HOME OMPANY CAPITAL $50,000 Organized I'nder the Laws of the Ter ritory of Hawaii. The Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd. Loans, Mortgage, Securities, Invest ments and Real Estate. Homes lluilt on the Installment Plan HOME OFFICE : McINTYUE HUILDING HONOLULU, T.H. The Hawaiian Realty and Maturity Co., Ltd. L. K. KENTWELL. General Manager rM(wyypwjj KEZBi gJTTjjjJ"