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. cxhxmt !! C3j &. 1 Jfta- What in B;Ht lor HAWAII Ih Bet for 1-1 1 lo Whut in LJohI lor H 1 LO Ih BHt for l E2ft) T U m" T 4, Vol. 9. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1904. JNo. 42. imx j" . ; S". ,c , i I U It (V. -(- fH ijc gjikr vibmu LEGAL notices. t'ltllMSJIHI) KVKKV FRIDAY OKPICi:, KlNII STHKKT, lllln, HAWAII. TKIHUNK lltOCK. HUo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. I'u11l!ier ntul l'roirk-tors tretlilent .C. C. Ki;sni;i ' In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, r..ti. ....i it ii 1 4 CI I lllll 111 I1IIWH1I. At Chamhhks In Pkoiiatk. In the tunlter of the Guardianship nf ARTHUR HORSWILL I, a inliior. PETITION FOR APPOINTMENT OP I GUARDIAN. I'etition having been filed hy Win. trl.n. 1. 1-.. a t. t u... ..... ttecrrurylrcaiiunr.... J. Cahtlk kihouav c'- niheiiui praying tlmt letters of Auditor A. K. SitTTiiN Guardianship he Issued to R. A. Lyman, Director H. m. Thompson, D w. Makhii Sr-,ls Kunrdiati of the above said minor. Notice ii hereby iriven that Tuesday I the 6th day of September. A. II.. looi. lit AilverlltemetUn jiiuccomnnlcil liv uprdfir imtructious hntertcil until onlcreil out. Advertisement. ilUcontliiuril tirfore expiration oT ipecifieit txrlwl will le cliarccd ns If con liuueil for lull term. Drs. Grace and Irwin ornoK hours: Or. Irwin: 8:00 to 10:30 a. m. Dr. Grace: 10:00 a. m. to 12:30 i. M. Dr. Grace or Dr. Irwin: t:oo to 5:00 v. m. and 7:30 to 8:30 I'. m. 36-lf Dr. John Holland HILO. HAWAII. General Practice of MKDICINK AND SURGKRY - Including Diseases of the Hyp, par, Nose nud Tlno.it. Telephone 40. 1. O. Box 23a Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. 111.. a to 3 and 7 to 8 p. in. 9 o'clock, a, in. Ijc and hereby is almoin! wl for hearing said petition in the Court room of the Fourth Circuit Court, at HUo, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons may appear and show cause if : nny they have why the prayer of said ' petition should not be granted. Ullo. Hawaii, August 3U(1, 1904. II. tl.n Pnii.'li A. S. LkJIARON GURNEY, Clerk, lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk P. S. Lyman, Attorney for Petitioner. 40.3. ATTOKXKYS-AT.LW. U. M. r.Nlir.OND W. II. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNF.YS-AT.LAW Hawaiian, Japanese, nnd Chinese Interpreter, nnil Notary I'ulillc in Office. Office: Skvkrancu Huildinr, llptios.it- Omr House, IIII.O. HAWAII J. CASTI.lt RllW.WAY THOS.C. RlDC.WAY Ridgway & Ridgway AT rOKNHYS-AT-I.AW tollcimri of I'aleuU Oeuerul I.aw Practice IIII.O, HAWAII. Notury Public in Office, ofi ICH: Waiauucnue nuil IJrlilne Streets KI..VI. KSTATK, ETC. I. IS. RAY ATTORNKY AT -LAW and NOTARY PUUUC Wuiuitueuiic St. Ililo, Hawaii DENTISTS. M. Wachs, D. D. S DENTIST Office Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 4. HILO, HAWAII W. ELBEERS INTERPRETER and TRANSLATOR (English and Hawaiian) Commission and Business Agent. Will Act ns Administrator, Guardian and Executor. Rents and Dills Collected.. Office with I. E. Rn. Telephone 146 9 UHTAUblSHlCIJ 1H5M. BISHOP & CO. Bankers. In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit Territory of Hawaii, At CiiAMmtRs In Prodatk. In the matter of the F.state of LILI- HANA I, deceased. PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIBU TION AND DISCHARGE. The petition of Win. Geo. Kaihenui, administrator of the estate of Lilihana I, deceased, having been filed wherein he asks that his accounts be examined and approved, and that a final order le made of distribution of the property remaining in his hands to the persona entitled thereto, and discharging him from all further responsibility as such adminis trator. It is ordered that Tuesday the 6th. day of Scptemlwr 1904, at 9 o'clock 11. m. is the time set for hearing said petition in the Court Room of the Fourth Circuit Courth at South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and show cause if nny the have, why the prayer of the petition Mionld not lc granted Hilo, Hawaii, August and, 1904. By the Court: A. S. LkHARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. F. S. Lyman, Attorney for Administrator. 40-4 HONOI.UI.tr Oahu, II. I. Transact n General Banking nnd Ex change business Commercial and Traveller's Letters of Credit issued, available in nil the principal cities of the world. In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In PitonATij At Chamukrs. In the Matter of the Estate of JOAS NUNES, deceased. PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD MINISTRATION. Petition having been filed by Matin lenia Klines, wife of the said deceased, praying that Letters of Administration upon said estate be issued to Aliloue de Mattos. Notice is hereby giyeu that Tuesday, the 30th day of August, 1904. nt g o'clock a. ui., at Chambers, in the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court at Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same is hereby appointed the time and place for hearing said petition, at which time and place nil persons inter ested may appear and show cause, if nnv they have, why the prtSyerof said petition should not be granted, Hilo, Hawaii, August I, 1904. lly the Court: A. S. LUHARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Cleik. Wish & Ross, Attorneys for Petitioner. 40 3 In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit Territory of Hawaii. At CiiAMmtRs In Pkoiiatk. Ill the matter oi the Estate of JOHN McGILLIYRAY, of Houohlun. de ceased. PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD MINISTRATION. The petition of Alexander Smith, friend of the deceased, having been filed pray ing that letters of Administration be issued to him as Administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday the 30 day of August. 1904, ntg o'clock n. m. be and hiiebv is appointed the time for lit iiriug said petition, in the court room of this Court, at South Hilo, Hawaii, nt which lime and place nil persons whatsoever concerned, may appear and show cause if any they have why the the prayer of said petition should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, August 41I1, 1904. Hy the Court: A. S. LicHARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Wisk & Ross. Attorney for petitioner. 40-3 United States of America, . Territory of Hawaii, fM' In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit. At Chamukrs In Pkoiiatk. In the matter of the Estate of KAMALII- WAHINE (w.), deceased. PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS CHARGE. The petition of F. S. Lyman, admin istrator nf the estate of Knuialiiwnhine (w), deceased, having been filed, where in lie asks that his accounts be examined and approved, and that a final order he made of distribution of the property re maining in his hands to the pe'rsous thereto entitled, and discharging him from all further responsibility as such administrator It is ordered, that Tuesday the 6lh, day of September, 1904, at 9 o'clock n. 111., is the time M.-1 for the hearing, in the Court Room of the Fourth Circuit Court nt South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all persons concerned may appear and show cause if nny they have, why the prn er of the petition should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, August 1st, 1904. By the Court: A. S. LhBARON GURNEY, Clerk, By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. F. S. Lyman, Attorney for Administrator. 40 4 HILO HOSPITAL TO BE PRIVATE INSTITUTION. Dr. John Grace Will Operate as a Private Hospital Appro priation Used for Repairs and Costly Improvements No Money Left for Operating Expenses Must Close or Run as a Private Sanitarium. In the Circuit Court ofthe Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In Prohatk At Chamukrs. In the Matter of the Estate of KAPEKA KEKII.O, deceased. PETITION FOR LETTERS OF AD MINISTRATION. Petition having been filed by Mrs. Ki, daughter of the said deceased, praying that Letters of Administration upon said estate be issued to J. II. Piliwali. Notice is hereby given that Tuesday, the 30th day of August, 1904.nl 9 o'clock a.m., nt Chambers, in the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court at Hilo, Hawaii, be and the same is hereby appointed the time nnd place for hearing said petition, at which time and place all persons inter ested mny appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of s tid peti tion should not be granted. Hilo, Hawaii, August I, 1904. Hy the Court: A. S. Li'.HARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. F. S. Lyman, Attorney for Petitioner. 40-3 Special attention given to the business entrusted to us by our friends of the other Islantts, either ns Deposits, Collections 1 111 the circuit court, 01 the Fourth Circuit Insurance or requests for Exchange. CRESCENT CITY BARBER SHOP CARVALHO BROS., Proprietors. The Old Reliable Stand is still doing UP-TO-DATE WORK Razors honed, Scissors and nil edged tools perfectly ground. Satisfac tion Guaranteed. iiowr wruticis'i'. Territory of Hawaii. At CHAMiiitus In Pkoiiatk. , In the matter of the Estate of FRAN CISCO SIMAO, deceased. PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIHU-! TION AND DISCHARGE. Till, tu-llllrii, nf I ..., .1,i CII..,. ...1...I.. ' .... -... w. ... ,.(,. ... tj,,.,it n., 111, 11- islrator ofthe estate of Francisco Simao, United States of America, J deceased, having been filed wheiein ie Territory of Hawaii, fss "....' "1 " ... 1 Ti V r . BX?I,,V,WI "",a I" t'"-' Circuit Courtoflhe Fourth Circuit. 1 )..w.ii, ..,,, iiiub 11 iiuai tiiiit:i lie muui- of the property remaining in his hands If the Hoard of Health at Hono lulu does not approve of the pro gram adopted Wednesday afternoon by the trusties ofthe Hiio Hospital that institution will soon close its doors to the sick and injured and become a count rpart of the Hilo Hotel The difference, however, lays in the fact thnt the hospital is the property of the people and its suspension will be felt far greater by the community than the closing up ofthe hotel. Dr. John J. Grace, the resident physician when the hospital was operated ns a government institu tion and who for the past four montlvs has run the hospital as a private sanitarium, has decided to give up the arrangement which he has had for the use of the hospital for the care of his own patients. Dr. Grace made a liberal offer to the trustees to assume the responsi bility uf running the institution at his own expense, receiving govern ment nid to the ex'tent of $250 per mouth. This is practically the cost of maintenance and Dr. Grace is williu, ;;tto undertake the manage ment of the" hospital for that assis tance from the government. After having the matter under consider ation for over a mouth, the Board of Trustees decided in the interest of economy and in view ofthe reduced appropriation, to accept the offer. When seen Wednesday before ac tion had been taken by the trustees Dr. Grace said: "Yes, unless some other arrangement is made by the Trustees, the Hilo Hospital will be closed ' September 1st. Since the Hospital was closed in February last by the Trustees, in order to ecoitomize 011 expense, I have con ducted the institution out of my own funds as a private hospital, but now as I am about to leave the Islands for an absence of nine months or longer, it will be necessary r i. tt . . .... Attorneys for Administrator. 39-4 I '"' l,,B " lu ma some : 7. , rrr. 7. . ' other arrangements. Ill IliH Circuit Pniirt nf ll... Mn.,ri. nt. I cult, Territory of Hawnii. "r made the Board of Trustees i .i,TMC!!AMnirRM-II.'K.0I,ArTiV,To a" ofrer t0 hear a11 thc running ex In tlicMatter of the Estate of JULES 1 , , REINHARDT of Hilo, Hawaii, de-, penses of the hospital anil allow the cease1 ' government an average of five beds. "SSSSLT"" op AD-""' '"" - " The petition of David Rcinhardt. son a" alloVVa,1CC of ?25 er """ of the deceased, praying that Letters of On such an arrangement as this, I Administration be issued to R. T. Guard, ..i,,... 1,1 ,.,, ,i, vni. .,.,.. t. r as administrator of aid eMote. should want tile exclusive use or Notice is hereby given thnt Tuesday, the remainder of the hospital, and the 6th day of September, 1904, at 9:00 . t hy j ,, cml(llIct ;. ..:.. o'clock a. in., le nnd hereby is appointed ul-u-vt- l couiu conduct 11 sails the time for hearing said petition, in the factorily and at the same time pay Courtroom of this Conn, nt South Hilo, .. Hawaii, at which time and place all per-, x' 'C11M-S' sons whatsoever concerned may appcur "It is a great pity to have to ,he PS J5; Woi'JSWS . cl0JC t,IC hospital, I think. There is 110 otner place where out ot town ' patients can go for treatment, and (few facilities in town outside of ihe 1 hospital where proper care can be 'given the sick or injured. The I hospital is splendidly equipped, has ! United States of America ) Territory of Hawaii f " In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At Chamukrs In Pkodatk. In the Matter of the Estate or I). KA- MAI, deceased. PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS CHARGE. The petition of II. Vicnrs. Administra tor of the estate of D. Kamai, deceased, having been filed, wherein he nsks thnt his accounts be examined nud npproved, and thnt n final order be made of distri bution of the properly remaining in his hands to the persons thereto entitled, nnd discharging him from nil further respon sibility as such Administrator. It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 30th day of August, 1994, at 9 o'clock n. 111., is the time set for hearing of thc said peti tiou in the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit Court nt South Hilo, Hawaii, nt which time nnd place all persons con cerned may nppear nnd show cause, if nny they have, why the prayer of the peti tion should hot be granted. Hilo, Hawnii, July 26, 1904. By the Court: A. S. LKBARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chns. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. W IMS C KOSS, in cicatrical thcrnputics at the Bar tholomew Hospital, of which he is n graduate. JJuiing his absence, his practice will be looked after by his partner. He lias notified the Trustees that he will terminate the gleaned. The average monthly 1 expenses before closing the liospitnl last February was about 650, 1 while the government appropriation j was only $1500, The pay roll nlone omounied to $330. Besides a ma ! trou at $fo, an attending physician who received a salary of $50, there wa's a nurse, two assistant nurses and a hospital corps which cost on an average ot $220 per month. The cost of running the hospital on the old basis was nearly as much as for the Queen's Hospital nt Honolulu, which on the other hand icceives a much larger appropriation from the" government. The logical icnilt of this is readily figured out, and when word was received from Ho nolulu that the legislature had cut down the appropriation from $6,000 present arrangements in connection 1 1 $4oo, the Board of Trustees ...:.i. ii... 1 .., ...... . '"1..1 : t ! .., . . .1 . .. . urnutcd. Hilo, Hawaii, August 10, 1904. Hy the Court: A. S. LUHARON GURNEY, Clerk. Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk Ridowav & Ridgway, Attorneys for Petitioner. 41-3 Notice to Creditors. Ijust been repaired throughout at big .needs of the institution, and pay all the running establishment. I , 4t. , 1 i-xpi-iiM: iw 111c government, aim is in splendid sanitary condition. The I charging him from nil further i Slllllltv as such AilmlliUtriilrir. 4 --- ---v .-...., At Chamukrs In Pkoiiatk. APOI.O, deceased. to the persons entitled thereto, and dls. In the matter of the Estate of IOKItPA , ulu xi'"'". " l" mpnai nas past inana jenient has been efficient but expensive, and the hospital has built up for itself a name of which fir To Shippers. All freight bent to ships by our lauiiclu s will charged to shjppers unless iiccoui pauied by u written order from the cap. tains of vessels, 3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO. restKin- oi ee . erey g.yen 11.01 ti.e uiuier-1 we might wel be proud. I . sincerely signed has been npK)iuted Adininihtrator , , ... ---j nope tue trustees win not ueter- the institution for Court ui South Hilo, Hawaii, nt which by notified I time nnil place all persons concerned may whether 1 appear aim snow cause H any they nave, lieu ami wuy me prneroi llie petition should not 1 ue granieu I ti is uriiereii mat iuetuay llie 0111 day slir of September, 1904, nt 9 o'clock A. M. is ' of the estate of IOKEPA APOI.O of Pa 1 .11,111111; m.-i iur Hearing bum pennon 111 paiKon, nawuil, deceased. mini' to plni the Court Room of the Fourth Circuit! All pn-illinrs nf s,.lil .I-.,.,! ,.,.. i... uiiiiv. if aw- wuii tne hospital on August 31st, nnd thus far has heard no response ns to whether they proposed to de cline or accept his offer. The Board of Trustees consist of Sheriff h. A. Andrews, John T. Moir nnd P. Peck. When asked as to what the plans of the Board were in regard to closing the hos pital, Mr. Perk replied that they had held no meeting lately and had not determined what would be done. Heretofore the hospital has been run at a loss, and now that the ap propriation lor the running ex penses had been reduced, it would be necessary to close the institution temporarily or run it in a crippled condition, without proper medical attendants. He was inclined to be lieve the better plan was to suspend the hospital until a sufficient fund of the appropriation had accumu lated to carry 011 the work for the balance of the year. Mr. Moir was not seen, but the attention of the other Trustees was called to the decision of Dr. John J. Grace as to his purpose to terminate on August 31st his present arrange ments in connection with the Hilo Hospital, and Wednesday afternoon Sheriff Andrews promptly called a meeting of the Board to decide upon the problem which confronted the community. As the Trustees, under the supervision of Sheriff Atidrews hrfd already expended the appro priation for the next three months in repairs and improvements, there were no funds for opening expenses, and cither the hospital must sus pend or accept the voluntary offer of Dr. Grace. Although the latter expected to leave for the Coast shortly, it was explained the control of the estab lishment would be left in the hands of his partner, Dr determined to close the hosnitnl doors temporarily at least, fortun ately they were able to have the burden of the hospital lifted from their .shouldi'r by the arrangement made with Dr. J. J. Grace, who believed the establishment could be operated at less cost than hereto fore. Since that time until now me iiospitai lias oecn kept open at his own expense, the government paying the regular rate lor patients kept there. This enabled the Trustees to ac cumulate the balance ofthe appro priation amounting to $1695.81, and after paying a few current bills, the Board had at its disposal about $1400, which had to be expended prior to June 30th and which under the supervision of Sheriff Andrews, they pioceeded to' do. All this amount and mote has been spent1" 011 repairs and permanent improve ment of the hospital building and grounds. The floors, sills and roofs of many of the Iniildingw have been renewed, and the entire structure repainted inside and out. New kitchen, bathrooms and plumbing have been put in and the building and grounds put into a thorough hygenic condition. But the expenditure for the ad ditions and improvements, ns usual in such cases, has exceeded the estimates, and the Hospital Trustees are confronted with a shortage which will require until next November to pay. In round numbers $2,500 has been expended and the appropriation lor the year is only $4,000. Hence the necessity for renting the hospital to a private physician instead of running it as a government institu tion. ' Ptu-rrin Alter .. 'l.,. r.... Archer Irwin . , . . . , . , 4, . . until his return. Owintr to the ! "' . . " -''' nV",r" 1 urii- miriiirr tun .,.n, .....i . ... ... .1... tjn wining int iniii .tun numeu me great cost of the improvements made by bliertfi Andrews and th depleted state ofthe Board's finances it was voted to accept Dr. Grace's offer, allowing him each month $250 for the use on an average of five beds, not exceeding ten at any one time. This is equivalent to paying to Dr. Grace $50 a month per bed for such government patients as they may see proper to send to the hospital. Dr. Grace is to have the exclu sive use of llie reinaimbr of the hospi tal and in return therefor will main tain a hospital corps equal to the expenses of the The proposition was accepted, subject to the up- nrnt'nl fifthi 'IVrriiini llnn.,1 r I r feiiw i4b XJ till JJWHjll vj 1 t Health, and if that body is agree- jJl,.ries l0,the Japanese flee able a contract will be entered .in- -sl'Kt- The Japanese victt Russian torpedo destroyer Ricsitc- lini and towed her away for a hand- . . . ... to-hand light with ihe Russian crew. St. Petersburg, Ru .sin, Aug. 12. The Empress this morning gave birth to a son. This assures an heir to the throne to continue the Hue of the present Car. Shanghai, China, Aug. 12. The Russian ships Czarevitch, Novik and the torpedo boat that escaped from Port Arthur took refuge at Tsiiigchau. Pour other Russian warships are off Shanghai. Tokio, Aug. 14. In the naval engagement north of Tsushima the Russian cruiser Rurik w.is sunk. The cruisers Rossia and Gronioboi fled northward badly damaged. In- I were ictory ie.- Hilo, Hawaii, August 1st, 1904, iy 1, it; v., nut. A. S. I.KllARON GURNEY, Clerk, lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk. Caki. S Smith Attorney for Administrator. 40-4 t to immediately with Dr. firnw stores commerce. along 'he lines suggested. The . I'rince Iliioyasu was slightly in agreement will be made only for the j"red aboard the Mikasa on the rtiixiittiiy f!..n,.1 ..A. ...! T t TMtll ..---.-. .. ... .... ..w.- i......i. r.t . .. t-muiuu iinLin vctii uiKiiiii' linn in '. rnLyjl". at ""' 1905, nnd in the meantime the' Rus-la will be abletoconcent.ate with propervoutirs.ifa'uj',',;, "" " , l "B "" "r loTrustes- ss will endeavor to nrevnil 0'y four cruisers at Vladivostok. the undersigned, within six mouths front ic-establish the institution on the ' upon the legislature to increase the The Novik has been sighted liead- hieh it has main-1 appropriation for the following two J"g ior Van Diemcn. the firs.t publication of this notice, or such same footini' w claims, if any, will be forever barred. I ' . l00lIll VN KAOHIMANU, t'Uncd." Administrator. Hilo, Hawaii, August 3, 190., UlllliWAY tt RllK'.WAY, Attorneys for Estate, 41-4 Dr. Grace leaves on September 23KI for London, Knglaud, where he expects to take a special course years, so that the hospital can be kept open as a government institu tion. Some interesting information re gaulii.g the running expenses was Chefoo, Aug. 16. The available vessels at Poit Arthur liaveinadenn other sortie and .are now being pur sued by the Japanese, A severe, engagement is expected. rJ 1 ti, 4 f -4 1 1 A 4 , - ' v X ftrU -f. 'J 'i . t ,t . J .. ft VJ! .j t )4 i. - ' Li fi1 ' f 1 ' tV. . Jv, i sfV J. t JJ Vi Vi.-dl 'J.ft.y9l f'T '.,t& eM ;..;3! ts t I. .-, tft h ii 4 '.' y ',-m 1 ?-A f- vi ,? 1 rl 1 s ,'lt ,.4 n 1 1 Hfl V 'C JilAemM 1- )m-.v tii -t-tS-Jc, ,1 :-'J)jt, ,.i"J;'. ' sjs-JL ,Hiil,ifiWW1KMMlB VHII1 I ll I f MWMIwoww" " "