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returning, until th'e following Monday
Coutuiutatioti tickets, iood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets nre sold nt very
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Houses Wired and
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A complete slock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on band.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swiel frame 18
'Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $1 a month
Installation charged extra.
Kstimales furnished on all classes
Electrical Work and Contracts taken
install apparatus complete.
TELEGRAMS BY WIRELESS TO THE TRIBUNE
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San Francisco, Sept. 2f. Sugai, 96".. test, 4.255 cents; 88 Analysis
beets, 1 is d.
Japan Confident of Success.
Tokio, Sept. 26. Confidence in the outcome of tbe war remain1; un
shaken. Holies of early peace are dissipated.
New Russian Railway. .
Irkutsk, Russia, Sept. 20. The"Cherkum-Hakal Railway in Siberia
has been opened.
The Pope's Troubles in France.
Rome, Sept. 2(i. The Vatican has opened negotiations for a rap
pi ochcinent with France.
The ecclesiastical troubles in France are critical. Somedozen bishops
of the French Catholic Church have been excommunicated by the Pope
for Church irregularities nud scandii.'In their ptivate lives. The French
ministry protested and the power of the Church in matters of govern
ment have been threatened.
Preparations for Long Contest.
London, Sept. 26. Russia will soon have 700,000 men in the field, j
It is believed that Grand Duke Nicholas .will be ma-le Cnmmandcr-iii"
St. Petersburg, Sept. 2G. A second Manchurian army has been or-j
iranized with General Giippenberg in command. Three bundled thou-,
sand men will arrive at the front by the middle of October. General
Kuropatkin retains command of the army.
Japs Stop British Cruiser Crusader.
Part of Baltic Fleet Enters Suez.
Suez. Sept. 24. The Russian cruisers St. Petersburg and Smolensk
have entered the canal.
Port Said, Sept. 26. Auxiliary cruisers Smolensk and St. Petersburg
have sailed from this port ostensibly for I.iban.
Celebrities in Wreck.
Kast llrookfield, Mass., Sept. 23. The train bearing the Aichbishop
of Canterbury and J. Pietpont Morgan was wrecked in a collision heie
with an engine ruining light. Hoth Morgan and the Archbishop were
severely shaken up but not seriously injured.
Vicereine of India Improves.
London, Kuglaml, Sept. 22. Lady Curzon is seriously ill.
Loudon, Sept. 23. Lady Cur.on is better. She has peritonitis.
Kobe, Sept. 24. The Japanese have stopped tbe Hritish cruiser
sadcr in Tsugaru straits and sent her to Hakodate.
Railroad in Japanese Hands.
Kuroki's Headquarters, Sept. 21. The railroad from Newchang to
Ltaoyaug will soon be in operation for the transportation of Japanese
men and supplies.
Servia's New King.
Belgrade, Seivia, Sept. 20. Russia is the only country that will not be
represented at tbe coronation of King Peter to take place Wednesday
Uelgrade, Servia, Sept. 21. King Peter was crowned today with ap
Democrats Nominate Governors.
Saratoga, N.Y. Sept. 21. I). C. Herrick Was nominated by David
R. Hill for Governor at the Democratic State Convention held heie to-
ion was carried by an unanimous vote. F. H. Harri-
Denver, Col., Sept. 22. The Democrats in the Stale convention held
today nominated Alva Adams for Governor.
Hakodate is the principal seaport of Yen.o, the northern division of; ""J,'r "overnoi
Japan, which is separated from the large island of Hondo by the Tsu- t,ay- uc nommaU
paru straits. Presumably the Hritish ciuiser has been suspected of son was nominated I
carrying contraband goods.
United States Will Hold Lena.
Sept. 2o.-The Russian auxiliary cruiser Lena has been! TUp nfiath UprUPQt at I ianvantf
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St. Petersburg, Sept. 22. The revised list of Russian casualties in the
dismantled. . - v
Washington, Sept. 21. One hundred and fifty
ordered to prolect the Russian auxiliary cruiser
marines have been I
Lena, dismantled at ,
battle of Liaoyang is 181 killed, 10,811 wounded and 1212 left on field.
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... ,, '. , , . , 1 i- . .1 4.t 11 1 The retreat and battle around Liaoyang will go down in history as
The President has issued an order d.rec ing that the Russian armed 1 one of the ..,iec.sive" battles of the world. It was here that Kuropatkin
transport Lena be taken 111 custody by the United States naval author.- ,,oned l0 b nbl lo reslst the jnimnese advance, and reported to the war
ties. It prescribes, that after beng disarmed and repaired the captain 0nkc at St. Petersburg: "Having retreated to our main position after
of the Lena be required to give a written guarantee that the Lena shall , , SSM m ,)e able t0 maiMan it .lLrainst an .,,..,... mnericallv
superior. In the preliminary skirmishes the Russian lorces were dis-
9 to 12, 1 to 4.
W. H. BEERS
(KiiUlM! and Hawaiian)
Comiuisioii iinl Ilusiuess AKut.
Will Art as Administrator. Ouardian and
I'.tei'iitnr. Rents and Hills Collected..
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A. S. LeBaron Gurney
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OPPOSITE SPRIiCKHI.S' lllMI.niNO
Nolicc to Creditors.
1 nnt lonvp Snu Francisco, without the consent of the United. Slates
0 ! government. The officers and crew are to be paroled not to leave Sail
10 Francisco. The commandant of the Mare Island navy yard will have
charge of the vessel till the end of the war and such repairs ordered to
I make her seaworthy and preserve her during her detention. This action
is taken on the written request of the commander of the Lena.
Japs Pressing Northward.
Mukden. Sent. 20. The Japanese are slowly advancing. Fighting is
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anticipated in the neighborhood of h.inuutun foriyfive miles north west ; ' f ,eafeiB. Had. a,
of Mukden The Russians have recovered their spirits. Chinese aie ed(, whic. S(?archei, U)e wiUl shcll
tributed in the form of a great semi-circle, about thirty miles long, with
Liaoyang as its center. Kuroki, commanding the Japanese right wing,
engaged the Russian left at An Ping, and about the same time the Jap
anese center and left came in collision with the Russian main force.
Here the fighting continued for three days, the Japanese losing abom
2000 find the Russians about 3000. On Sunday morning Kuropatkin
concentrated his forces into a smaller semi-circle, about seven miles long.
Then began the dogged retreat of Kuropatkin. The Japanese hurled
themselves against the Russian center, to be repulsed by bayonet charges.
wet ' 0,ie l,0Ult tney were iePuh.ed six times with serious loss. The iuces-
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United States of America
Territory of Hawaii ) s'
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT Chamiikrs In Proiiatk. 1
In the matter of tbe Hstate of Il'MI'S
RIUNHARDT, deceased. , in .urn........ 1 .. ix........-. .....v. ...w.x.- .. .., ,. - ww " Gdd guns, which searched the field with shell and shrapnel. Kuronat-
Notice Hereby given that the under- , suspecteii 01 .11111111, n.- juV.. ,..,. repulsed Ule enemy at every atlack b . reas) of bd, , a,)e to ,iuickly
7Z"XnaMTnm St' 1,clerab.rB. 2,a"'Ii IS ""J10",'1. ll,,at rmcBrs of the Guard ,Hilss his lrooi,s at a Bive l,oim- The Uussiails ''eiB rtitrt,Ilt a"l l
HftwXdeceased. regiments stationed here have been ordered to the front. 1 the jnpaese into pitfalls dug among the high Chinese com, concealing
All creditors of said deceased are here- St. Petersburg, Sept. 21. General Kuiopatkin reports that the Japa- sharp-pointed stakes, upon which they fell and were impaled. The bat-
ny notllied to present tlietr claims, ',.,. forces were renulied at Da Pass. General Ovama IS trvillir to fiink lie ivnpcd from dawn until nipbl Wednesilnv. when KnrntmtlMti vvitlilri.w
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Kuropatkin from the hast. further norihward, abandoning Liaoyang and continuing a harrassed
St. Petersburg, Sept. 22. The Japanese are continuing their unsne- retreat to Mukden, from which point reports indicate he expects to pro
cessed attempts to turn the Russian left. Oyama's advance is thirty iceed furtluSr northward.
miles south of Fushan, where a fight is expected. -
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R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., Sept. 6, 1904.
Ridgway & Ridowav,
W. Aki, alias Kee Hop, merchant of
Honuapo, Kau, Hawaii, having executed '
11 Deed of As'lgnineiittn tin1 uudersined
iu behalf of his creditors, notice is hereby
given to all those indebted to said V.
Aki to make payment forthwith, and all
ithoit: Mho may have claims against said
V. Aki to present their claims to the tin-'
jilerhigued within thirty days from date
hereof. R. T. FORRKST, Assignee.
j Houu.ipo, Kau, Sept. 5, lyoi. 46-4
St. Petersburg, Sept. 23. The Japanese have assumed the offensive '
twelve miles from Mukden. (
, Tokio, Sept. 24. The Japanese have captured Tai Ling and Sanung-
ku, sixty miles northeast of Liaoyang, The Russians left nineteen dead '
on the field.
Liaoyang the Bloodiest Battle Recorded.
Attack Centered on Port Arthur.
Tokio, Sept. 20. The Russian forces made a sortie from Port Arthur
on the 1 Htli, attacKing irsiiau 11111, aim were repuiseo wuii Heavy kiss
1 St. Petersburg, Sept. 20. The battle of Liaoyang, which began with
,the Japanese advance 011 August 24th, and concluded on September 3d
I with the retreat of General Kuropatkin, is believed to have been the
I longest and the bloodiest of history. Both sides repeatedly came to
hand-to-hand encounters 111 bayonet charges, and the men were often so
near one another that they could distinguish features and hear words of
comment. In one instance they were separated only by the width of the
rnilivnv. nml nrtnallv threw stmu": nl nun fmntlinr Tim nmt linrnium ..I"
Tokio, Japan, sept. 22. 11 is neueveu uiai me Japanese navecapiureu . ,1r. jpaese and the stubborn tenacity of the Russians have not been
the fort west of Itzshan heights and overlooking Port Arthur. 1 paialleled anywhere save in some of the desperate encounters of the
Mukden, Sept. 22. .Maisluil uyama lias tletaciied a consutetaiiie lorce 1 American Civil War. The Japanese came on with empty guns and with
for service against. Port Aithur. 1 he weather is colder here. Many
Chinese are leaviinr.
Tsing Tan, Sept. 2 j.-Cholera has broken out at Port Arthur. j lir.c ol urfe.cl1 loa,ll.inS S,ms: "uruig the ten days' lighting the condition
in uiu nwuucin ui uwiii .1111111.3 n liiiiiiiiic. ill.lliy l 111c J al.llK"i: pris-
oners were starving and almost naked when captured, which sneaks
hopes of finishing the attack with cold steel, but it was proved at their
own cost that such an attack could not be driven home in the face of the
IIV DAY. WI'.IUx OR MONTH.
Neat ami nrwh filled. Centrally and
pleas-Hilly locited on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Puks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
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I Jersey and Ilolsteiu heifer calves, full
' blooded or mixed, if three days old, will
be bought by JIM MORRIS, llilo.
All accounts due and owing the under
signed can be paid to J. P. Fernandez,
Jr., who is authorized to receipt for same.
1 46 M. G. SANTOS.
Paiis. Sept. 24. It is reported here that a general assault upon Port
Arthur from three sides has begun. Russian mines placed outside of
the fortifications have destroyed an entire battalion of Japanese. Admi
ral Togo of the Japanese fleet is aiding in the assault. There is a fierce
volumes for Japanese endurance. The Russians weie better fed, being
nearer their own base, but the terrible strain of the continuous fighting
caused some of them to fall asleep iu the midst of the cannonade and
even on the firing line.
Fatal Car Accident.
Melrose, Mass., Sept. 21. A street car struck a box of dynamite
yesterday which had fallen from a wagon and was blown to pieces.
There were nine killed and nineteen injuied by the explosion, which
Next Meeting 'of Odd Fellows.
NoTICK Neither the Masters nor
Auent of vessels of the "Mutsou Line"
I will be responsible for uuv debts con-
C- F. BRADSHAWlA,;,1s!,,Jrthec,ew- K r-,iUAR,)-
Proprietor. 43 i Hilo, April lO, iyoi. 34-
San Francisco, Cal., Sept. 19. The Sovereign Grand
Independent Order of Odd Fellows convened here today.
Sail Francisco, Sept. 22. The Odd F'llows have reconsidered
decision to hold their next annual convention in Philadelphia and
meet instead at Washington.
Sail Fianrisco, Sept. 22. The parade of Odd Fellows was held today.
There were 8,000 men iu Hue.
j St. Petersburg, Russia, Sept. 20. The new cruiser Izamriid, of twenty-four
knots, will join the second Pacific squadron.
San Diego, Cal., Sept. ro. Admiral Goodrich's squadron has arrived
Shanghai, Sept. 20. It is rumored that General Mistchenko was killed
1 iu an attack northeast of Yentai, where the Russians were-repulsed with
t great loss.
1 Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sept. 20. A fire on the docks lust night did
of the 1 200,000 worth of damage.
Rome, .Sept. 20. I he strike situation of the Italian Socialists is im
proving. From the aggressive conduct of the Socialists there were fears
of a rebellion in Northern Itnly.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 21. The Grand Duke Sergius has been appointed
luspectoi General of Artillery iu the Russian army.
Sail Francisco, Sept. 26. T. H. Coinwell is dead.
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