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'fllM WBKKLV HILO TRIHUN1S, 111,0, HAWAII, FRIDAY. NOVMMBKR 27, .903.
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HILO FIRE PROTECTION.
For limits of Drpnri.inmN. I
I Tim Republican Territorial Ccu-
nortnv vnwiinn ' There is, or should be, available I tral Committee recommended to J
PRIDA, NOVI'.MHhR 27, 1903. ... ...., .1. .., . r m . ,m..rn. ,, ,, , ,. r .. '
in ontL tut sum 01 J..I20 appro- Governor Carter the following men
Etitcitd ntthe l'oiltiflirc ut Hilo, lln
wiiil. us .econdcliis tiintu-'-
I'OHI.ISIIKI) KVKRV 1'KlllA.V.
L. W. HAWOUTH - - Editor.
printed by the last legislature lor for appointment ns heads of depart-,
'the "equipment and maintenance ol 1 ments: C. S. II
THE PERFECTED LAW.
a couibination chemical and hosei tendeut of Public Works; I.orrin
wagon" for Ililo. I Andrews. Attorney General: I. II.
were in Ililo a (tiw weeks ago, it
was said by both gentlemen, that
the chemical and hose cart were
"It (the legislature) attempted to I kilo's most pressing needs, audit
create a distinctively Territorial
board of public institutions and to
transfer to it from distinctively
1 erntortal officers matters in rc-
Stvpt nC vli i1i tlii miintinc wnro
clearly to have nothing to do and 'm the changing dynasties at Hono
in respect ol some ol winch they 111 1 '. i"" uein 01 pressing mipor
v nen Messrs. cooper and Hrown I iMsher, Auditor; A. T. Atkinson,
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion; J. W. Pratt, Commissioner of
Public Lauds. ,
The Committee also reconnnend-1
cd that an Hawaiian be appointed
Secretary of the Territory, submit-'
ting the name of Mark P. Robin-,
was the supposition that advertise
ments for tenders would be made at
Such has not been the case and
tnnce to every Ililo resident and
merchant may be overlooked.
There is not now a cent with which
the very nature if the case would
have nothing to do It acted as if
the title were 'An Act providing
( I for llir nrcrnnintinii niul itmwn.
ment of counties and districts and buv oil for lhe ,losc cart aphidlcs
(1) the management and control ji Hilo. The fire department is
of Territorial works and itistutions.' jhung up until this new appropria
This was clearly inconsistent with tion is ma(Ic l0 (lo vvork- Tc I)e.
111c liruvisiou ui me uriraiuc nci
above (pioted. Accordingly we must
hold that such portions of the
County Act as were designed to
create a Territorial board of public
institutions and to transfer to it
duties and powers theretofore be
longing to the Superintendent of
Public Works is invalid, namely,
Chapter 64 of Act 31 of the Laws
of 1903, and Sections 484 and 485
and any other portions of said Act
necessarily dependent thereon."
The above is the Supreme Court's
decision declaring invalid a portion
of the County Act. The part de
clared invalid is that relating to the
creation of a Board of Public Insti
tutions. This is wined from the
partment of Public Works should
be bombarded with requests for ac
tion from Ililo citizens.
The current appropriation pro
vides for a chemical, and team of
horses. The sum of $900 is appro
priated for a care-taker. If the
money could be used at once as the
Legislature intended, Ililo would
have fire protection that would put
her above par with insurance com
panies. With the completion of our new
reservoir, the Ililo water system
has been made second to none in
Lunnllc Shoots at Seerrtnry (Jrnhniii.
London, Nov. 24. Secretary I
Graham, of the Hank of England, ,
was fired upon by a lunatic today j
and by mere chance escaped un-1
harmed. Graham had 110 warning
of the attack and only the inacutacy
of his assailant's aim saved him 1
from assassination. 1
. Ilnw.lll. Mtwl I'nnnlt.wl v lint f..n.
wiped from the .... , r.. . .,
I 1 (mvtttt nt Mm 1:111111 ci'in rm tUn ninin
., . ...... ' w ...... . ...W .7111111. llt.. Jil kill; 111.1111
slate for reasons stated in the para-i, . ,.,, . ..
. . ' land. I he pressure 111 the water
graph quoted above
The County Act therefore, now
stands corrected, expunged and ex
purgated of the fatal duality pro
hibited by the Organic Act of Ha
waii. It was a lucky fate which
determined the Legislature to pro
vide that the law creating the Hoard
of Public Institutions should go into
effect six months before the begin
ning of the operation of the County I
law. During the interim of six 1
months the diseased limb of the Act
has been tested, found out and
lopped off. Had this part of the
law not gone into effect until Jan
uary 1904, the first few months
under County government would
have been less serene than they now
The decision of the Supreme
Court has perfected the County
.Inimn's Truu N Hirers.
Yokohama, Nov. 24. The delay
in the reply to the overtures be
tween Japan and Russia is having
a very serious effect upon the trade I
of the country
Ililo Shipping- I
Cleared Sntuidny, Nov. 21st, Am. hark
Hoik-rick Dim, Eugalh, master, 17
passengers, with cargo of general
merchandise valued ut f 1, 539.00.
Cleared Wednesday, Nov. 35th, Am.
lurk St. Kntherine, Saunders, mas- '
ter, with cargo of 16,843 lbs codec,1
Slolbshides and skins, 65 curds fire
wood and general mercliainli.se valued '
at J 229.50. Total value of cargo, !
S 3394 40. I
KI111111 Passenger List
J. T. Moir, Win. l'ullar, J. A. Scott, C. I
C. Kennedy, J. W. Mason, C. Iliiilai, F. ,
1..... ?...,. ,1 , .1 " '"wiutfcti, wuu ituu sun, iurs. A. J. I
i.i-i legislature expended ailCI tile Robertson, Mrs. C. Kaiser, C. I. Parsons, ,
engine ami hose cart installed, the 1 A n- Loebenstem, Father Ulrich, Wither
,, , f ,,., , . . Otto, Father Adrian. A. II. F.iniell, Mrs.
Wide area of Hilo and suburbs Tosh and son, O. T. Stevens, C. F. Full- '
would be effectively protected. man' R- M- Morgan, A. T. Lewis.
mains is in itself a good fire protec-'
With the appropriation of the
WALL, NICHOLS CO. LB
l" iKtmm tmm m n
And what he has sent to Hawaii is the absorbing subject as it
uears Christinas time. This year he has stored heaps of
toys in the Wall, Nichols Go's room on Bridge street
Of all sizes and kinds, incltul
i 11 g coasters, wheelbarrows,
For boys and girls.
Chairs, rockers, Morris chairs,
Of every description and all
their FURNITURE. There
are beds, dressers, washstands,
wardrobes, sideboards, wash
ing outfits, dish closetSjhonses,
Books, tree ornaments, and so
many other things that you
just must come and see for
IN THIS DISTRICT COURT OF THE
UNITKD STATES FOR THE TER-,
RITORY OF HAWAII.
(IRANI) JURY KKI'OltT.
Approiirliluir County (Jovcriiinciit
Slili Trucked Inquiry Into Olllt'f. 1-
To the Honorable Gilbert V. Little, j uVRllvll l! JONES )
Judge of the Circuit Court of 1 Ilankrupt. )
the lfourth Circuit. ' "
We the Grand Jurors duly quali
fied before you for the November
term, 1903, of the Circuit Court of
the I'ourth Judicial Circuit, beg to
submit our report as follows:
We have had presented for our
main store you will
Including our new Hawaiian,
and many Hawaiian novelties.
Purses, portfolios, tourist sets,
And picture frames, genuine
24 K gold plate photo frames,
circular ones in gilt, gold and
Padded volumes, a full line of
dainty gift books, sets by
standard authors, latest fic
Including Hawaiian Coat of
Arms, Hawaiian view paper.
Of all kinds.
WALL, NICHOLS GO. m
llANKRUI'T'S PETITION FOR 'FINAL
To the Honorable M. M. Estee, Judge of
the District Court ol the United States
for the Territory of Hawaii.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
consideration twelve calendar cases.
A-. - ... ,.1.1 .1... ! , I
ia, u wwiucu uie pruning Kline ; oul of wllich we have fouml j u t.
Hurrell L. Jones,, of Hilo, in the Island illrnr,inrqwi tt,w ,i.
and Terr torv of Hawaii, in s.il.1 IlUirin, Incorporate! Under the
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Iavs of the
roctuiKMiillit ruiinioiilu ttt --... t... .
n..ijvviimi; iwFiv.iLiu.1 nmt un ll" htm
that will make it possible for the ,liets irninst ten individuals Iti , y of . ,com, V A; " i92.' last u.81'
HiLius .i,ainsi ten nuilMlluais. ill he was duly adjudged 11 bankrupt under
.,..r....b, .,liiuiiuuuu,iin1ii,iiaKu)i11. oilier cases, we did not findiUIL ACls 0I -'res!, reiaunj,' to ij.mk
January 4 to Hawaii to flourish I sufllcieill cvWence t0 Sllbstantiatc $JY$$g
and prosper until it becomes the Ule charges, one of which is held lms fM,ly complied with all the recpiire
nerfect oak ' 1 , , . , inentb of said Acts and of the orders of
Miuiu.iK. ... nhevanee. The fill nartion :irs ' ,i, r..., i.s i..-. i t ..
of the proceedings of the Grand . WHEREFORE he nrajs that he may
.... . 1 he decreed bv the Court to have full
jurors are contained m the minutes, . discharge from all debtb provable against
which are herewith handed to the his estate under said baiikruptcy Acts, ex-1
cepi sucu neuis us are exempted by law I
THE DEADLY PARALEL.
Tin; "deadly paralel" has no
terrors for this nancr. It hnj iiulc.
pendence enough to-day to express (-ourt
an opinion in forcible language and ! lhe I'roccwl'"Ks of the Grand
hones to have inclenendciice Giimifh Jlir' ,mve bce" Imriuoiiious in all
to-morrow to chaime that ni.,in.. ! the b,' brought before it
ifilouirht to be chaiired. Wlint
little of opinion is printed in these Nune' lf"nl, which was tried
colums is never sttbiect to lnnl.U, before this Court in 1899, and found
internretation Wu rirrv no "l,mr no foundation for the complaint I District ol Hawaii, ss:
interpretation. l carr no hog J . 5t , a iy of October, A. D. ,903,
wasn annex lor the nurnose ol ' 'i'-1-"" -, -,i reamug ine loregomg petition, it is
brought to our notice of crime or of ' ukuuki-.u by the Court that a hear
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
from such discharge
HURRELL L. JONES,
Subscribed and sworn to before mu this
22d day of July. A. D. igo;.
We have investigated the case of! V'L VahUe ourllJv.L 'ATY',,
ORDER OF NOTICE THEREON.
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I irregularities in Goverment oflices. '& tv" v ' D. "
1'. I'KCK l'rcslilfiit.
C C Kl'.NNHDV Vice-1'rcN.
JOHN T. MOIK ..juJ Vice-ITCH.
C. A. STOI1IH Cnthitr.
A. 15. SUTTON Srcnlnry.
J. S.Cttimrio, Juliu J. Rroce,
V. S. I,inmi, . II. V. I'alten,
Win. l'ullar. W. II. Sliliniiii.
I3ruv ISxcliunuu cm
The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. l!auk...Saii Francisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Hank New York
The National Hank of the Re- ) ... .
I Cigars J
sj: We have the popular brands 3
in XMAS styles for XMAS
I Military j
I Hair Brushes I
That even a bald-headed man :s
can appreciate. 3
what von do not think ami ' "ol Uccm ll necessary, owing to the " '"" ll " I'"ie" " ' sinct, ami
v 11.11 j mi 110 1101 llllllh. ami ' " that all known creditors and other iht-
sedulously work with your , aPIroacliiug change :ol governhient, ' sous in interest may appear at the wid
n .mi ,i! -:ii.. ,10 maKe any sneciai nivestieation 1 ' .'"" """ i",v-c """ "w cause, n any
numc iiiv. vititiiiuLl 1V..111 1 " t imk li'iin. ...in. tl... ............ ..r .1... . :.
Olyuu, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Hongkong,
tug Corporation ) China. 1
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- I Shanghai, I
ing Corporation )' China. I
j Yokohama I
and Iliogo, ,
concealing lack of thought or opiu
We beleive it is linn.Kt.T inr,n while there might be cases, which -,,'. . "!? '" suul 1),strict- at IO
i. ouei l is noue.-,terjourna-' f o'clock in the forenoon; and that notice
lism to print what you think, than ' "e C0,U" have ""'estignted, we do' thereof be published m the Hilo Tribune.
the onnosite nolicv. 'IMu-n. nm, 1 , at thls Umi wch might not result petitioner should not be Wanted.
no paralel drawn between drippings " " Rood to the Territory. , ,? aSKS i'f, M
from the mouth of the Herald edi-i recommend that Mr. Natalio known creditors copies of said petition
tor and drippings from the Heral.1 lUo,,riRU.es be niwar,,cd for his S" ldenceted!hi:,M at l',,;ir
editor's pen. They never track audi semces IU "cleuiling prison lima WITNESS the Honorable Morns M. 1 11 1 11 , n
are never uniform , sincere or con- Clause Johnson from bodily injury, ' ftrt I MRISOtl NaVigatlOll bO.
- . ,un.Uim..,.Hi.uiii u) . iwiu said Disiricl.ou llie sth dny or Oc
" ' ' '"" " : Rican. ' tober, A. D. 1903.
THIS FKUI'ISK SPIRIT. ......... ' ' SEAL! W. II. MALINT..
the Mouth 01 Year. Par
ticulars 011 Application.
We further desire to express our
Last week a gentleman from IIa tl.anks to Hon. John Albert Mat-j
makmt stepped into the Ililo bank thewman, Deputy Attorney General 1
and said to Mr. Peck, "here is one for the efficient and courteous
thousand dollars to help in your manner in which he has assisted us
Kohala-Hilo railroad enterprise. i all our deliberations.
Its all the ready cash I have, but , ., , ,
the quicker that road is built, the Aml we' the C,raml Jurors' hav-
better ofT we will be in Ilamakua." U1tr transacted all the business
The gentleman in question had brought before us, respectfully sub
worked hard for his $1,000, and his mit the foregoing report to your
savings would not go far in the con-'Honor iU1(, awail our fwrUler in.
struction of a two and a half million cl,.j .
.l,.llnr rn,l II. 1 l. I .1... SlniCllOllS.
proper spirit. A thousand men like
this one man would transform the
Island of Hawaii.
A true copy. Attest:
W. II. MALINO,
The only Direct Liiu- between San Fran
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following Fast SailerH
r ROGERS' cS: GILLET'S
Tiik suggestion that an effort be
made to knock out the County law
because the Home-Rulers came out
ahead in a few precincts sounds
A. II. RICHLY,
Koreniau of Grand Jury.
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 2.1, 1903.
St. .Iuiim's' Mission.
Advent Sunday. 7:10 n. 111..
Kr.,....i r ..i ...1 .1: ..: rttivem nil
""V. "' v ,M '"l"" Eucha.ist; 11 a. in., .Mati.iNandSenuou;
patriotism. 7:30 p. m., Evensong mid .Senium.
I aui'located 011 Shipmau street, in build
ing formerly occupied by 11. L.Jones.
Call mid see me,
: Steamer ENTERPRISE
I Hark ANNIE JOHNSON
I Bark SANTIAGO
1 Hark RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship PALLS OP CLYDE
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
I Mid other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each mouth, carrying both Freight
1 For dates of sailing ami terms,
1 J no. U. Sprecliels & Bros. Go,
327 Market St., San Francisco. I
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
I Sachet Powder j
I Toilet and I
Manicure Goods j
hilo drug co.