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JIILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUKSDAY, SKPTKMBKR 13, 1904.
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Facing on Court House mid Ililo Hotel botiiulniy of the Knohe homesteads audi Attorneys. 46.4
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Saturday, September 17, being n Legal
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offices tic closed oir Hint ilny.
GF.OROF. R. CARTF.R,
Governor of Hawaii.
The Cii)itol, Honolulu, Sept. 7. 1904.
CONCRETE ARCH CULVERT AND AI'
I'KUACIlliS AT WAIAAMA GULCH,
SOUTH IIILO, HAWAII.
Proposals will lie received 11 1 the office
of the .Superintendent of Public Works
until ta o'clock of September 19, I9"4i
for constructing n concrete nrch culvert
nml approaches at Wnianina Gulch, Dis
trict of South Ililo, Hawaii, T. It.
Plans mid specifications nre on Ale nt
j the office of llie Assistant Superintendent
1 of Public Wntks, Honolulu, nml with K.
w,. )C furnished itttutuliiiir bidders on
receipt of 55.00, which sum will be re
lumed intending bidder after he has de
posited his bid nml returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of l'ublic
Works, and enclosed in a sealed envelope
addressed lo Hon. C. S. Holloway, Su
perintendent of l'ublic Wotks, Honolulu,
T. II., endorsed ",1'roposal for Concrete
Arch Culvert and Approachesnt Waiaaiun
Gutch, District of South Ililo. Hawaii,
Kucli proposal u.ust contain the full
name of the patty or parties making the
same and all persons interested luerciu,
and must be accompanied by a certified
check of 5X of the amount of the pro
posal, payable to C. S. Holloway, Super
intendent of l'ublic Works, as surety that
if the proposal be accepted a contract will
be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the As
sistant Superintendent of Public Works,
and delivered at the office of the Super
intendent of Public Works previous lo 12
o'clock 111. 011 the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. 1I Antf. 30, 1904. 44-3
Wjii'.kkas, The Act to provide a
Government for the Tenilory of Hawaii
provides that n Kvuernl election shall be
held on the Tuesday next after the first
Monday in November, A. D. 190), and
that at least forty dwys befoi c any election,
the Governor shall issue nil election pro
WllKUKAS, It is provided ill the Rules
and Regulations for Admiiiisteiiug Oaths
and Holding Elections that 110 change
shall be made as to the boundaries ol
any precinct within sixty dnyt of elect
Now, Tni'.KKi'OKK, In nccoriluuce j
therewith, I, George R. Carter, Governor I
of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby I'ivo i
notice that a general election for a Dele
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the United Slates to serve during the i
Fifty-ninth Congress, nnd for Senators
and Representatives of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, will be held on
Tuesday, November 8th, A. D. 1904
throughout the Territory between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. 111. and 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are as follows:
First District The Island or llnwnii;
Second District The Islands of Maui,
Molokni, I.anai mid Kahoolawe;
Third District The Island of Oaliu:
j Fourth District The Islands of Kauai
1 ami Niitiau.
The electors in the said Senatorial
Districts are untitled to elect Senators as
In the l'irst Distiict two;
In the Second District two:
In the Third District three;
In the Fourth District one.
The Representative Districts,
ration Precincts mid Polling Places are
as follows: ,
Pl'NA, IIII.O AND HAMAKUA, ISLAND Ol'
First 1'RiiciNCT That portion ofl'uua
lying south of Kea.iu and from the east-
or.uu.ll l'KI',ll.UI i liu l.llllll ui
I Keaau and Olaa,
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Stab cs: f
Thiki) Pkhunct That porlionol Ililo I
lying belwecn Puna and Ponahawni
Street ami Road and the line of Its exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place I) ivies & Co.'s Wrt re
house, comer of Waiakea and Kalepo
l'oirni PuuctNCT That jMirtiouol IIIlo
Iving between the Tliird Precinct and
the Houolil Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House nt
l'li'TH 1'KKCINCT That portion of Ililo
Ivinif between Honolii Stream nnd the t
laud of Makahaunloa.
Polling Place P.ip.iikou School House.
Sixth Pri'.cinxt That portion of
Ililo lying between the l'ifth Precinct
ami the bed of the Wnikntitunlo Gulch.
Polling Place llonouiu Court House.
SltVKNTII I'RHCINCT-Tllilt portion of
the Pirsl Klectiou District lying betwetn
the Sixth Precinct nnd the boundary of
Hnmnkua, including the land of Htm-
Polling Place Laupahoehfic Court'
HiRimi I'Ki'.ClNCT That portion of
the Pirsl Election District lying between
the Seventh Precinct and the lands of
Polling Place Knolie School House.
Ninth Prhcinct That portion ol the
First Hlection District lying between the
Kighth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Houokna Court House.
TkntH Prkcinct That portion of the
l'irst Ulectiou District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohala District.
Polling Place Kukuihacle School
Iii.HVUNTH I'UI'.CINCT Tlie balance of
Puna lyiu; south of the Second Precinct
nnd east of the l'irst Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Ham.
KOHAI.A, KONA AND KAU, ISLAND (11
I'IKST Pltl'XINCT North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House.
SltCOM) I'Rl'.CINCT Soulli Kohala.
Polliiii; place Waiinea Court House.
Third Pri'.cinct That portion of
North Koua lying nortli of the northerly
bouudr.iy ofllolualoa nml a line running
from the north corner of Holunloa to the
south corner of Piiuatiahulu.
Polling Place Circuit Court House nt
Fourth Pri'.cinct That portion of
the Second Election District bounded
by the Third Precinct, Hauiakun, Kau,
the boundary of Kenauhou from Kau to
Ilouniiunu, the north boundary of Hoiiau
nan ami the sea.
Polling place Konnwncna School
Fiitii Prkcinct That portion of
Soulli Kona lying between Keel 2 and
Polling place Ilookena Court House.
Sixth Pri;cinct That portion of
South Koua lying between the Fifth Pre
cinct and Kau.
Polling place Papa School House.
Shvi'.nth Prkcinct That portion of
Kau lying between Soulli Koua nnd Pit
iinliiu. Polling place Waioliinu Court House.
F.ir.HTii Pri'.cinct The remainder of
Polling place Pahal.i School House.
The electors in the foregoing Repre
sentative Districts are entitled lo elect
J Representatives as follows:
In the l'irst District-four;
In the Second District four;
- In the Third District six;
In the Fourth District six;
In the Fifth Districti-six;
In the Sixth District four.
In Ti'.stimonv Whhri'.oi', I have here
unto set my hand ami caused the seal of
the Territory of llnwnii to be affixed.
Done nt the Capitol, 111 Honolulu, ibis
29th day of August. A. I). 1904.
G. R. CARTF.R,
Governor of Hawaii.
Notice to Creditors.
TTtiftfwl Sil nl is rf A tiifrin )
I Territory of Hawaii f ss"
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
I Territory of Hawaii.
1 AT ClIAMIlURS IN I'KOllATlt.
ilu the matter of the Instate of JULIUS
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Administrator
, of the estate of Julius Reinhardt of Ililo,
All creditors of said deceased nre here'
by notified to present their claims,
whether secured or unsecured, duly veri -
(1...1 mid with tirnner vouchers, if niiv. lo
tlu. nnuVtsigm-d, III Ililo, Hawaii, within j
kiv tnniilliu frnui 1 lw il'ili n( ll.lc urtl nt. I
or such cliiuis, if miy, will be foreverj
p R. T. GUARD.
Ililo, April 16, 1 901,
Polling Place Road Iloaid
II miles Yolcalio Road.
hurt.vtf ' ''. i't ' i fft,A ifo VitifHrfVr VffS Hfr -ui v, m'V ""' ' "-u
I Hnrbin, Sept. 6 Viceroy Alex
Mtikdeti, Sept. 8. Uncon firmed reports received here stnte that Oeii-1 jefp jms arrjved here,
eial Ktiroki 1ms been killed. General Ktiroki was the commander of 1
0110 nl tlit ilirpf (lii'iiiiiitiM of llm lnn:itum nrmv wlia'li hnve been iiroH-itiir
k'.m,nlt.i l,,.r,t MnL-.tmi. MM.,,
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uenernis ukii nun isotiztt.
Mukden, Sept. 9. Heavy rains ate hindering both armies, and interfer
ing with interesting mcve'iicnis in the direction of Tielang.
Ycntai, where KttropalUin is making his last stand, is fifteen miles 1 Ulat Oyama's artillery force out
due north of Unoyang, on the Port Arthur railroad. It is situated in ; mun)ers xc Russians,
the Hun River Valley, a low country with great stretches of land on , , ,
either side Mukden, Sept. 7. The com-
Kuropukin's retreat, should he be forced back through Mukden and ' m!ssa' ,a,1 " r? proceed
on to Harbin, will l through a country which is the most fertile and .K northward, nuhcating that the
populous of Manchuria. Some of
.r .n.-st r irn rrttrtt ...l. vr. ...all.,
Il 111,1111 illli HJIIUII, II1UII, llllltl,
All of these crops are now ripening
the Russian army, while the destruction of crops, villages and railway as
Kuropatkiu retreats will leave his pursuers to depend on the supplies
received over a repaired railroad and by pack train from Yinkow, fifty
odd miles from I.iaoyang and from pack trains which are now fol
lowing Kuroki and Nodzu's armies over the mountain trails from Ta
kushtm and Antutig.
From L,iaoyang to Ycntai, fifteen miles, the Russians have territory
to operate in, which is full ol natural defenses in the way of hills, moun
tains, rivers, and many small creeks, "but if the Russians cannot hold
the Japanese at Yentai, then Ktuopatkin must fall back for a distance of
thirty-eight miles to Mukden with only one natural defense to occupy
enroutc, being the land behind the large river Hun only four miles south of
TRE JAPANESE METHOD OF ATTACK.
It is interesting to know how the
guns, pouring an incessant Miower ot slirappnel and shells upon the
enemy, from which to save themselves the Russians have b?eu forced .
to retreat. Their plan of battle is to search the whole country side
moments they mass a hail of short
then nass to another souare, thus
maticle percision, from right to left.
rtront has been systematically searched
with their fire, selecting certain squares of territory 011 which for a few
Such a rain of artillery fire is poured upon the defenceless enemy, that
it means distruction to attempt to resist it. The Russions have been
holding their grounds gallantly and their losses are small, considering
the terrible nature of the Japanese fire.
MEAT PACKERS STRIKE SETTLED.
Chicago, Supt. 9. The strike of the meat packers has been called ofi".
The employers came out victorious.
The packing house strike b:g.in on July 12th, in Kansas City, Mo.
when 45,000 meat packers went out. The grievance was over a re
duction of wages of unskilled labirers from i8J4 to 17) cents an hour.
Only a small percentage of the employees were affected, the wages of the
skilled workers not being disturbed. The latter, however, became im
plicated in the dispute and a general strike was called. The men ac
cepted the plan of arbitration proposed by the employers, involving a
cut in wages and agreed to letve everything to impartial arbitration.
A deadlock occurred over the reinstatement of strikers. President
Donnelly insisted that all the strikers be reinstated within seven days,
but the packers refused agreeing only to keep tho-ie already in the em
ploy and reinstate others as s mi as possible. The strike retched to the
packing houses of Chicago, St Josiph, Mo., Iv.tst Out ilia, St. Int'is,
Sioux City and St. Paul. In New
sympathy for the strikers. Altogether it was estimated that there were
72,000 butchers and cutters involved in the strike.
MIDNIGHT SIGNALS AROUND THE WORLD.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, (Midnight) The following message was sent from
Washington, D. C, around the world via Honolulu:
Washington, I). C, Sept. 8. The International Geographical Con
gress sends midnight signals from the Naval Observatory to the nations
of the World by courtesy of the various telegraph and cable companies.
Tokio, Sept. 10. The Russians visited Seushtt Island, killing unpro
tected men, women and children.
I.hassa, Sept. 10. Col. Younghinband, the British Commissioner, and
authorities of Thibet, have signed a treaty establishing diplomatic rela
tions with Kngland.
Progresso, Mexico, Sept. 10. Amillion dollar fire occurred here today.
FINDS REFUGE ACROSS OCEAN.
San Krancisco, Sept. 12. The Russian cruiser Una, from Vladivo-
,stok, has arrived here with boilers
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tWClltJ -Ollf Olll(.CrS Illltl 11VC IllllUlieU
This is one of the vessels that
on August 10th and has been patrolling the Pacific Ocean for contraband
goods as part ol the Vladivostok squadron.
San Praucisco, Sept. 12. Sugar,
Heels, ios stfd.
London, Sept. 12. It is reported here that Viceroy Alcxieff has re
signed. Vancouver, Sept. 12. A Canadian Pacific train was robbed by masked
.men, who secured 57,000.
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the great crops grown along this line
!...... ..1..n, nil. t.n.ln.. ...1.1 ....v..
lljMr, tI.Ull, Vl.ll, llltltl. tllUl .UIII.
and will be of great use as forage to
Japanese utilize their deadly field
and shell from all their guns. They
woiklinr the whole field, with inatlie-
In this way the entire Russian '
in the first four hours of the can-.
York 3,000 men left work out of
damaged. The crew consists of
escaped from Port Arthur unharmed
960 test, 4.225
cents; 88 Analysis
m rtiiifciitthftn'ffi iMrijjifa 11 ffr rt"''i
tokio, sept. 0, uen. tviiroKi s
ft,rCCS hnVe Occupied Yclllnl.
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' ixUSHluiis arc iuiiiiuj; iu .niiKuen.
JGen. Ktuopatkin is rcliting in
1 good order, hut the Japanese are
! harassing his flanks. It is believed
Russians will not make .island here.
Retreat is slow on account of the
j roads. Oyama is keeping up a vi-
orous pursuit. A Japanese column
s hastening to cut ofi'Kuropatkiu's
army below Mukden.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 7. An
army of 192,000 men with 1100
guns will reinforce Kuropatkiu bv
the end of October.
Newchang, Sept. 7 Kight .tran
sports have arrived here with Jap
anese troops who took trains im
mediately for the north.
Chcfoo, Sept. 7. There are io,
000 Japanese sick at Dalny, half of
them with beri-beri.
Mukden, Sept. 7.- Gen. Kuro
patkiu arrived here today in retreat
t0.j0 ger)t - t;.c j?,,meror
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uua niiL i iii;-ntiyu ui vuiiiuiiiui-
tion to the Japanese army. Ilecx-
' pects the war to be :t prolonged one.
St Petersburg, Sept. 7. It is le-
lieveU umt uie JaPl'ese ,orccs "
to cut oft Kuropatkiu s retreat.
The whole Russian army is ex
pected to reach Mukden tomorrow.
Kaiping, Sept. S. Kigjity car
loads of wounded Russians are daily
pressing forward to Mukden front
the scene of battle.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 8 Gen.
Kuropatkiu reports heavy rain at
Moukden, with no fighting of any
Moukden, Sept. 8. The Chinese
are growing auii-Kussian. 1 ne
town is overcrowded and much up
roar has arisen among the populace.
Many are leaving.
Utile Rock, Ark. Sept. 6. Davis
the Democratic candidate for
Governor has been elected. The
republicans made gains everywhere
carrying several counties. The
Democratic majority was 40,000 in
New York, Fept. 7. Vermont
goes republican by 32,000.
Pittsburg, Sept. 8. Japan has
let a cqutract here for a 75,000 ton
steel plate battleship.
Sau Francisco, Sept. 8. -The
thermometer here to-day registered
Hakersfield, Cal. Sept. 8. A fire
occurring here last night resulted
in two fatalities, and a loss of $20,
000. Esopus, N. Y., Sept. 9. Two
hundred editors visited Judge Par
ker, the Democratic candidate for
President, at his home on yesterday.
Judge Parker receives these delega
tions on the veranda of his resi
dence at Ksopus, which promises to
become as famous as was the Mc
Kinly front porch at Canton, Ohio.
Washington, D. C. Sept. 10.
The Hoard of Survey recommends
the construction of a United States
Marine Harracks nt Mare Island,
Cal. at a cost of $40,000.
San Prancisco, Sept. 10. The
U. S. Cruiser Milwaukee was
launched here to-day witli appro
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