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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, AtKJUST 12, 1904.
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illlo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
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Office Hours:
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the Supreme Court oftbe United Stitc.
Office:
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Office Hours: 9 to 12, I to 4.
HII.O, HAWAII
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INTHRPRHTHR and
TRANSLATOR
(Huglish and Hawaiian)
Commission nud Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents and Hills Collected..
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cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as DejioMts, Collections
Insurance or requests for Hxchnnye.
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LEGAL NOTICES.
I In tlie Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory ol Hnwaii.
At Chamiikks In I'roiiatk.
, In lilt matter of the Gunnll msliip of
ARTIIt'R HORSWILL I, n minor.
PHTITION FOR APl'OINTMHNT Ol'
GUARDIAN.
l'ctition ImviiiK been filcil by Win.
Geo. R'ilhenui praying thnt letters of
Guardianship lie issued to R. A. I.yniHii,
Sr. ns guardian of the above snid minor.
Notice is hereby given that Tuewlay
the 6th d ty ol September, A. I)., 1904, n't
o fiVliirk. it. tn. Iih Hint liprrhv Is nimnint-
...1 f. 1.Urtt.... t,t..1 .uilltlflll 1. ttw (-j,..., '
J.1","". ' '" ',","" "," V, . .
room of the Iuiurtli Circuit Court, at
Illlo, Hawaii, at which time anil place
nil persons may appear anil show cause if
any they hae why the prayer of snid
petition shoultl not he grained.
Hilo. Hawaii, August 2nd, 1904.
Jly the Conn:
A. S. LkBARON GURNEY, Clerk,
lly Chin. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
F. S. LYMAN,
Attorney for Petitioner. 40-3.
In the Circuit Court, oftbe Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii,
At CiiAMnr.Rs In I'HonsTit.
In the matter of the Hstnte of 1,11,1.
IIANA I, deceased.
1'HTITION FOR ALLOWANCH OF
ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIHU
TION AND DISCIIARGH.
The petition of Win. Geo. Kaihennl,
administrator of the estate of Lllihnun I,
deceased, having been filed wherein he
asks that his accounts le examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of the property remaining
in his hands to the persona entitled
thereto, and discharging him from nil
further responsibility as such adminis
trator. It is ordered that Tuesday the 6th. day
of September I904fnt 9 o'clock a. 111. is
the time set lor Hearing sam petition 111
the Court Room of the Fourth Circuit
Courtli at South Hilo, Hawaii, nt which
lime and place all persons concerned
may appear and show cuise if any they
have, why the prayer of the petition
should not be granted
Hilo, Hawaii, August 2nd, 1904.
By the Court:
A. S. I.KllARON GURNHY, Clerk,
llv Clias. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
P. S. Lyman,
Attorney for Administrator. 40-4
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
Territory of Hnwaii.
In Pkoiiatk At Chamukrs.
In the Matter ol the Hstnte of JOAS
NUNHS, deceased.
PRTITION FOR LF.TTKRS OF AD
MINISTRATION.
Petition having been filed by Mnda-
lenia Nunes, wife of the said deceased.
traim that Letters of Administration
upon said estate be issued to Aiitone de
Mnttos.
Notice is hereby ghen that Tuesdnv
the 30th day of August, 1904, at 9 o'clock
a. m.. at Chambers, in the Courtroom ol
the Fourth Circuit Court at Hilo, Hawaii
be and the Mine is hereby appointed tin
time nml place for hearing snid petition,
at winch time and place all persons inter
ested may appear and show cause, if nnv
they h.ive, why the prajcrof said petition
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 1, 1904.
llv the Court:
A. S. LitltARON GURNRY, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputv Cleik.
Wish & Ross, -
Attorneys for Petitioner. 40 3
In the Circuit Court oftbe Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkoiiatk At Chamukrs.
In the Matter ol the Hstate ol KAI'HKA
K F.K I LO, deceased.
PRTITION FOR LHTTHRS OF AD
MINISTRATION.
Petition having lieen filed by Mrs. Ki, !
daughter of the wid deceased, pray ng .
that Letters of Administration upon slid1
estnte be issued to J. II. l'lliwnli. I
Notice is hereby given that .Tuesday.
me 31HH liny ui migusi, 1yu4.n1 y i uwk
... n I'l mlr. In til I'mirlrnnm nf
the Fourth Circuit Court nt Hilo, Hawaii,
be nud the same is hereby appointed the
time mid place for hearing said petition,
at which time mid place all persons inter
ested mnv annear and show cause, if nnv
HHM( ttt. vtl"l"Vli' . -' ,..,.. .
they have, wny the praer 01 sam pen-
tion should not he granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 1, 1904.
By the Court:
A.S. LitHARON GURNHY, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputv Clerk.
F. S. LVMAN.
Attorney for Petitioner. 40-3
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Ulllten ntnies 01 America, 1
Territory of Hawaii. 1
In the Circuit Court
oftbe Fourth Circuit.
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e IMate of AUGUST
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111 tue iiinuer 01 me j-.suuu m nunrni
11 anttnaw, ueie.isui.
PHTITION FOR ALLOWANCH OF!
ACCOUNTS AND DISCIIARGH
AND APPOINTMHNT OF TRUS-
THH AND HXHCUTOR.
The petition of Manuel G. Sintos, H-
ecutor ol the estate of August G. Serrno,
deceased, having been filed, wherein he
1 asks that his accounts be examined mid
' approved, and that he be discharged ns
' Hxeciitnr and that a suitable person be
appointed to succeed him.
, It is ordered that Tuesday, the 33rd
day of August, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. it)., i
1 ihe time set for he.irinu of the siid neti
lit Is
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1 .t 1... i . . nr t.u i..-.i. Ml.
mm III uir v.tllllliHilll ui 111 c rtjiiuu v.11-
cuit Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, nt
which time and place all persons con
cermd may appear mid show cause, if
.my they have, w hy the prayer of the pe
tition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 21, 1904,
Hy the Court:
i.H. J.KlSAKtlM liUKNr.Y, t-'llTK,
Bj Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk,
RIIK5WAV &. RllK'.WAV,
Attorneys for Hhtntc. 3H.4
In the'Clrcuit Court oftbe Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
AT Chmiihks In I'roiiatk.
In the matter ol the Hstnte of JOHN
McGILLIVRAY, of HimoliliM.de.
ceised.
PHTITION FOR LHTTHRS OF AD
MINISTRATION
The petition ol Alexander Smith, friend
of the (licensed, having liecn filed pray
ing that letUr of Adtiinlstrntiou be
issued lo him as Administrator of snid
estate.
Notice Is hereby given that Tuesday
the 30 day ol August, 1904, nt 9 o'clock
n. 111. be nml hereby is appointed the
lime for hearing salil petition, in tne
comt room of tins Court, at South Hilo,
Hnwaii, nt which time mid place nil
persons whatsoever concerned, may
appearand show cause if any they have
why the the nrajer of said petition
should not be granted.
Hilo. Hawaii, August 41I1, 1904.
Ily the Court:
A. S. LitHARON GURNHY, Clerk,
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Cleik.
Wish & Ross.
Attorney for petitioner. 40-3
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hnwaii.
At Chamiikks In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Hstate of FRAN
CISCO SIMAO, deceased.
PHTITION FOR ALLOWANCH OF
ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIHU
TION AND DISCIIARGH.
The petition of Hvan da Silva, admin
istrator oftbe estate of Francisco Sltnno,
deceased, having been filed wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined mid
approved, and that n finnl order be tnnde
of the property remaining in his hands
to the persons entitled thereto, and dis
charging him Irom all lurthcr respon
sibility as such Administrator.
It is ordered that Tuesday the 6th day
of Seplcmler, 1904, nt 9 o'clock A. M. is
the time set for bearing said petition in
the Court Room of , the Fourth Circuit
Court nt South Hilo, Hawaii, nt which
time mid place all persons concerned may
atinear and show cause if any they have,
I why the prayer of the petition should not
lie granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 1st, 1904,
lly the Court:
A.S. LitHARON GURNHY, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Cart. S. Smith
Attorney for Administrator.
40-4
United States of America, ) ,.
Territory of Hawaii, y
ss.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiikks In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter oftbe Hstnte of KAMAL1I-
WAHINE (w), deceased.
PHTITION FOR ALLOWANCH OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CIIARGH. The petition of F. S. Lyman, admin
istrator of the estate of Knuialiiwahinc
(w), deceased, having been filed, where
in lie asks that his accounts be examined
and approved, nud that n finnl order be
made of distribution of the property re
mniuiug in his Lauds to the persons
thereto entitled, nud discharging him
from .ill further responsibility as such
administrator.
It is ordered, that Tuesday the 6th, day
of September, 1904, nt 9 o'clock a. m., is
the tune set for the henriug, in the Court
Room of the Fourth Circuit Court nt
South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time mid
place all persons concerned may nppear
nml show cause if nuy they hnc, why
theprnjerof the petition should not be
granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, August 1st, 1904.
Ily the Court:
A. S. LitHARON GURNHY, Clerk,
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
F. S. Lyman,
Attorney for Administrator. 40 4
I United States of America
Territory of Hnwaii J
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii,
At Chamukrs In I'roiiatk.
I( lJe MlUer o) tJe tnU, (jf KA.
,,, .ip,,n,.p(i
fllAI, (ICCCnseil
PHTITION FOR ALLOWANCH OF andhae three or lour houses 111
,H0,yTS AND I,,NAI n,sII.lo where I can accommodate
The petition of II. Vicars. Administrn-' f'0"10 ' 'ou
tor of the estate of D. Katnai, deceased, l "We have won over some
. , . . , . .....
Having neen men, wnereiu ncnsKs uini
his accounts be examined mid approved,
j and that a final order be nude of distrl-
1 billion of the property remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled, nud
discharging him from nil further respou-
sibllily ns such Administrator.
It is ordered, that Tuehday, the 30th
day of August, 1904, nt 9 o'clock n 111., is
ine iiuic sci mr nruiiug w uic mini jh-h-
I lion in the Courtroom of the Fourth
Circuit Court at South I lo, Hawaii, at
which lime and place nil persons con-
cemed may appear nud show cause, if any
Uiey have, why the prnxer of the pell-
cerneil m.iy appear
thev have, why the nrmer
iOU slinulil not De granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 26, 190
ny me louri:
A.S. LitHARON GURNHY, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wisit&c Ross,
A!lnrnv3 Inr Aflinliifstrntnr. 1Q..1
Notice.
My wife, Mrs
Abbie Seville, without
i... . ..... t. . i..r. i.n.i 1 i.n.-.i
Jllnl itiiic, 11.11. ii'ii uij ucii nun ijiitint
will not be responsible for any debts she
may contract in my name.
3S--4
JNO. II. SHVILLH.
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To Shippers.
All freight sent to ships by our launches '
will lie ciiargeii to snippers unless accom-
p.inleil by a written order from the cap
luins of vessels.
3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
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Over Vigorous Objections, Hilo
Island Entitled to Honor
Former Promise
Hope
.Feeling and Strengthen
Hilo is to have the Republican
Convention. lfor the first time!
since the formation of the party,
the republic.in teiritorial convention
this year will be held at Hilo in -
stead of at Honolulu. Hy a major
ity vote of the members of the Ter
ritorial Central Committee, held in
Honolulu last Monday night, it
was decided to hold the territorial
convention in Hilo. The prevail
ing opinion seems to be that Hilo
has been slighted heretofore, and
when ihe party failed to live up to
its promises to hold the last con
vention on the big 'island, in ac
cordance with the published call, it
was under obligations to do so now.
The main objection urged against
Hilo as the convention place was
the lack of hotel accommodations,
and the difficulty and expense at
tached to the journey to Hilo and
return. On the other hand it was
pointed out by those who cham
pioned Hilo's cause, the good that
might be accomplished by way of
moral support and encouragement
if the convention were held here.
While the exact date of holding
the convention was not'determined
upoj;),-vit will probably be convened
011 Thursday, September 1st. If
there is any contest over the dele-
gateship or the platform it may be
necessary for' the delegates to re
main over a week in Hilo, but 110
.such difficulty is anticipated and
the work of the convention, it is
believed, can be finished Thursday
night.
Those to whom Hilo is indebted
for its victory are Col. Sam Parker,
F. P. McStocker, John C. Lane,
A. J. Campbell and William Aylet,
while those who were vigorously
opposed to the movement were A.
G. M. Robertson. J. A. Oilman and
G. F.Rcnton. The vote stood 13
for Hilo, 8 for Honolulu.
In support of the motion to hold
the convention in Hilo, Col
Sam
Parker, said: "Hawaii wants the
convention. Give us a show. We
would like to have a phance to
show what we can do for you. I
have part of a ranch over there and
can pi.t you up there if necessary,
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,,, i,n,.,n Tl..rc , .i,0,
staunch Home Rulers, among them
being Senator John T. Hi own and
.. . .
, I'Criinude, ami yotl.oitglit to go
lover and help more to join us. All
, ., ; ry,ir ,ilo,.
we wain is lair piaj .
J. A. Oilman, spoke against the
motion, saying: "We have elected
a convention which consists of 135
. , , , ,,
members and they would all prob-
ablv want to bo niesent. IfwL-
, hold the convention in Hilo it is
going to be an expensive pioposi
'.. f ... , ,,
1 tion to outside members. 1 he wj
1 least it will cost will be $2500 and
....
, the chances are it will cost
it will cost more
I At least fifty per cent of the mem
' bers elected are not in a position to
lii "" I' ."...,,
i rrr iv tlla nitMtILn tl (f niiikliitir I ft
jiiiuo. nuuiu seventy-live per cent
of the members elected from the
other islands will be absolutely im
1 possible for them to go.
"As far as doing any good in
Hilo we will only be there two days
land can't elo any outsiele talking.
It is just as much trouble for the
- 1 ,ir.i,,t,.u f Ilnw .iii tn'on In Ilib,
., , , ,,,. , .
I as to Honolulu. 1 he delegatus
HILO IS FAVORED
WITH CONVENTION.
Gets the Convention Big
Committee Vote to Fulfill
to Obliterate Local Factional !
Party.
from Kauai have to come here and
then co to Hilo. It is generally a
ph t.siue foi the , delegates from
oilier islands to come to the capital
to attend a convention
There are
110 accommodations in Hilo and
that is a factor to be considered."
In reply to this Colonel Parker
said he had talked with a good
many delegates from Oahu, who
were illiug to go to Hilo. Presi
dent Wight of the Wilder S. S. Co.
hnd promised to allow a half rate
to delegates, and it was no greater
hardship on Hoiioluluans to incur
the expenses of a trip to Hilo as to
tiquirelliloitcs and outside dele
gates to go to Honolulu. He offered
to take Gilman's proxy, if he could
not afford the trip.
Chairman Crabbe on behalf of
Hilo, said he thought it was good
politics for the party to live up to
their former promise. The last
convention had been called to meet
at Hilo on April 21st, but owing to
the special session of the legislature
called by Governor Carter, the date
was changed and the convention
held in Honolulu.
William Aylet spoke strongly in
1 favor of Hilo. He felt that the
1 committee had pledged itVlf to
hold the convention in Hilo and
not to do so now, would be to break
faith. John C. I.ane and Treas
urer A. J. Campbell spoke in the
same vein. R. N. Boyd believed
Hilo had gotten the worst of it in
the Chicago deal and he was will
ing to give Hilo a chance. He said
there was a faction around Hilo
I which needed to be harmonized.
Geo. I Rciitou and F. T. P.
Waterhouse thought the committee
ought to vote for the gcod of the
party, which was to hold the con
vention in Honolulu. Waterhouse
claimed that himself and fourothers
would not attend the convention,
if it were held in Hilo. A."G. M.
i Robertson said the fighting ground
was not 111 Hilo but m the "lighting
fifth" on Oahu. A Hilo conven
tion would ben "pnpercouvention,"
would do Hilo no good and might
injure the party success. He be
lieved the best interests of the party
should lie considered in fixing the
place of holding the convention.
F. H. McStocker nut the finishing
touch to the argument in Hilo's
favor, when he said the key-note
had been struck when some one
had said ihe best interests of the
party should be considered.
"I think it is good politics that
when you have a weak spot to
strengthen it. The party is safe in
Honolulu. Hawaii is not safe.
The Republicans there do not seem
to le.iliethe necessity of cohesian
and need to be taught. It would
bo a good idea to hold the conven
tion there and boost them up. Let
them see what the party is. Let
them see how men here can put
their own private interests in
the background, to advance the
ii. o .....-.. .1 .-, w.i .. u.
inrln't. mlnr.iLlt Tf k 1 w- ilnti, rt
a goon puny inau to snow limine
j will put himself to any trouble to
- ' advance the interests of his party.
I Men elected to office must accept
Who responsibilities of the office
you decide you want to .strengthen
a weak spot, you cannot do better
:" !? ' " -'
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On a ballot being taken, the re-
suit was ns above indicated.
I The number of convention tide
gates are ns follows: Oalm, 67;
Kauai, 13; Maui ami Molokai, 22;
Hawaii, 33; total, 135.
FOR I'MLITIU.IL
REASONS.
Objections .Made lo Iteinovnl
r
Ktiliipniiii school lenelier.
Politics in Knlapaiia is at a liij;b
tension just now, anil this usually
" community is wrought up
over the proposed change 111 the
teacher of the public school at that
point. -There has been a move
ment on foot by one or two individ
uals to secure the removal 1 f II
R. Wilson, principal of the Knia
pana school, for the purpose it is
alleged of winning over a strong
Home Rule worker to the Republi
can ranks. Wilson claims to have
the almost unanimous support of
the entire district and has a petition
numerously signed by all classes
asking for his retention. He is a
stalwart Republican, has taught
school in Kalapana for ten years,
is postmaster and altogether has
been a valuable citizen in the com
munity. It is understood, however
Govenor Carter has promised some
of the members of the Young Men's
Republican Club in Hilo to make
the change and Wilson will be
transferred, over the objections of
parents and others residing there.
Waikalani, a native school teacher,
convicted several years ago in Puna
for assault and battery on his
pupils, is reported to be slated for
the place. Waikalai has adopted
the life of the "nachur man" who
resently visited Puna, and goes
about garbed in a breechclout. He
has original ideas of the origin of
the Hawaiian race, alleging that
the native population has been on
the islands eleven trillion years.
He also claims he has an official
letter from the Governor of Cal
ifornia ordering Governor Carter to
appoint him principal of the Kala
pana school. Of course, no out
places any confidence in his state
ments, but his name has been men
tioned for the vacancy in the event
of Wilson's removal.
I'linlj-Ulirislal.
San Francisco, Cal., August 2.
The wedding of Miss Anita
Christal and Major W. A. Purely of
Honolulu was celebrated 011 Wed
nesday night at the Paulist church,
the Rev. Father Wynian officiating.
The pretty bride is the grand
daughter oftbe well-known Italian
capitalist, A. Gresconi of Santa
Cruz, who bequeathed her some
thing like $100,000 to be paid to
her on her wedding day.
Her meeting with Major Purdy
came about while em a visit to the
Campbells of Honolulu.
Russians Arc Horn Linguists.
The marvelous memory anil ap
titude for learning possesseel by
Russians are shown by the rapidity
with which they acejuire languages.
It is said that a Russian will learn
Chinese in six months. As for
Knglish, they acquire it with ease
in a few weeks. They think 110
more of acquiring a new language
than an Fnglishman would of learn
ing a recitation or n new game of
cards.
Chefoo, Aug. 2. Refugees from
Port Arthur say that the Japanese
failed in a three days' assault to
capture the inner forts. Dining
the fighting the Russians lost 5000
and the Japanese 20,000.
Colorado Springs, Colo., August
8. Seventy people weie drowned
in the Denver & Rio Grande wreck.
Heavy rains and cloudburst weak
ened trestlework. Three cars were
If I miraculously saved while six went
through the trestle. The boilies ol
w (k'n1 were rr,cd. for lill-'s
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