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" .rrW '! u.:'JT"f ! " - ' ': , 'i , 1 M xIjo felrmt csL & iii Jin iiftU. zjH TUB WISDOM OK YIiS THKDAYTIUJ NHWS 01? TODAY. NHWS 01? .Till? WOKI.I) I'UUMSIIUD WBBKI.Y FOR 1UISY I'BOPLU. -,Bi ! ffl T' . Vol.. 9. HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, OCTOHER n, 1904. No. 50. $3 J"v -s '1' ! ,?"' f BW 3D!;c $)Uo QDvUmue Kcroivcv's Sale I'UIIMHIIIMI KVKKV TlliSllAV officii, Ki.sn Stki.ct, llii.ii, Hawaii. Tkiiiumk Ilt.OCK. Ililo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd. v IMilillvlirrK mill rroprlclors. I'rulilmt , C. C. KkNNltm VlrclTrililriil I. E. KICIIAKI WrrUryl tea-mier .. J. Cahti.i: Kiimiw Amlllnr m A. H. sltton liii.'dori I. M.Tiiiimi'siiS, It. V. Mamhii AilverllHeineiils iiimccuiiiMiilril by tcific imiiiiciIoii liiorrtnl until nrtlertil uul. A.h rrlli:mcnl iliriiiilinucil licfurc cxlrntlon Imiril of ipcflliril iirribil will lit: clinrRcil n If con. 1 lor inn It Drs. Grace and Irwin oi'i'it'K iiouks: During the absence of Dr. J J. Grace Dr. Irwin's ulliee hours will lie: 9M0 to 11:00 A. M., 1:30 In 3:00 unit 7yo toH:oo I'M. ' I .Sunday: moo to 11:00 a m. , Residence with Dr. Stow on Pitman St. Dr. John Holland I Office, Corner of King nnil Pitman Street Telcpuone 40. j Resilience, vwMauuciiue i., near riuuaii Teleplione 16. Office Hours: 8 to 10 11. in., 2 to 3 nnil 7 to 8 p. in. ATTOKXKYS.A'J'-li.VW. C. M. I.KIIt.O.N'I) W. It. SMITH LeBlond & Smith ATTORNKYS-AT-LAW llnwnliaii, Japanese, nnil Clilnene IiiterpttteM, iiml Notnry Public in Office. Office: Skvkrancu Huii.ihnc., l)lnltcCniir Houe. IIU.O. HAWAII J . CaSTI.U RlDC.WAV TllOS. C. RIDRWAV Ridgway & Ridgway AT roKNUVS-AT-I.AW solicllum ol Patent (icnernl l,nw I'rnctlcc IIU.O, HAWAII. Notary Public in Office. il'I'ICJt: Wulauueniie and llrluKc Street III the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, Isliiuil mid Territory n( Hawaii. At Chamiihks In Kqhitv. CltCII. llKOWN, l'LAINTIVF, ) vs V II. I.. Williams, Dhi'HSDant. ) I In pursuance of the decree uiaile nud entered in the above entitled action by Honorable Charles F. Parsons, Judge nf the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit, I hearing date Septeuilier 20, 1 904, I, the undersigned, tlie Receiver in said onler 1 and decree named, will sell at public j auction to the highest bidders at the 1 Court House, Ililo, Hawaii, on THUHS-I DAY the I'IRST DAY Ol? DF.CKMUF.U, 1 A. 1)., 1004, nl 12 o'clock noon, the prop. ' erly directed in said order to be sold, which is described as follows: I Leasehold of 700 acres of land at Kn 1 polio, Puna, with option on same for I tweuty.five yenre' renewal, together with Waiwelawcla springs nud the right to I the water therein. Trademarks and Copyrights of the name "Kawaiakeakua Volcano Mineral I Water " 1 bottling house, 20x40 ft. I I engine house, 12x12 ft. 1 two-story tank house, 14x14x30 ft. 1 dwelling house, 4 rooms und kitchen. 1 dwelling house, 2 rooms and kitchen. 1 stable and bam, 24x30 It. 2 Japanese buildings. 1 Fairbanks Morse, 2'j h. p. gasoline engine. I Twitchell's President Carbonator md Gasometer. 1 Umpire Labelling Machine. 1 Goldiug Washing Machine Rinser. r 1 Tuft's Generator. 1 Crown Soda Machine. 1 auto sparker. 2 Hudson Ijottliug tables. 2 1000 gallon tanks, galvanised. I 1000 gallon tank, redwood. 1 2000 gallon tank, redwood, 1 Gould's deep well pump. 75,000 bottles, more or les . Shaflini!, beltinir. pulleys, tools. boys, acid, labels, stoppers, covers, horse, spring wagon, harness, saddles, and oilier accessories. The same to be offered as a whole, and if no purchaser be found, in be sold piece by piece, on the above date or at a post polled time and place on the said date determined. J. K. IiI.DF.RTS. Receiver of H. I.. Williams & Co. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. I, 1904. 50-.1t TELEGRAMS BY WIRELESS TO THE TRIBUNE London, Oct. 8.- Vicereine Worse. -Lady Ctuzoii is worse. America's New Battleship. Seattle, Wnsh., Oct. S. The battleship Nebraska has been launched. Japanese Return Fire. Tokin, Japan, Oct. 7. l?otir Russian warships were damaged by Japanese batteries at l'ort Arthur. KKA1. KSTATK, MC I. 1. RiVY ATTORNKY-AT -LAW and NOTARY PUBLIC Waiauucuite St. Ililo, Hawaii IIKNTISTS. M. Wachs I). D. S DKNTIST Office Hours: 9 to J2, I to 4. IIII.O, HAWAII W. H. BEERS INTKRPKKTKR and TRANSLATOR (ICuglish and Hawaiian) Commission and Husiness Agent. Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and Ijxeeutor. Rents and Hills Collected.. Office with I. 15. Ray. Telephone 146 9 A. S. Le Baron Gurney AUCTlONIvHR COMMISSIONS PROMPTLY KXKCUTKI) FRONT STRKKT OPI'OSITK SPUl-XKUI.S' mill.DING KHTAUI.1SHUU 1M5M. BISHOP & CO. Bankers. Honoi.uu: - - Oahu, II. I. and Reduced Steamship Rates. Honolulu. Oct. 7. At the rcmicsl of the, Promotion Committee, the Canadian Pacific steamers have reduced the rate to one bundled dollars for the lound trip. Russians to Leave Mukden. Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 7. There is unusual hustle here. The streets are crowded with carts and mules and it is believed there is some thing, in the wind. St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 7. It is believed that the activity dis played at Mukden indicates evacuation by the Russians. car- Hilo Railroad Co. Short Route to Volcano TIME TABLE In effect July 1, 1904. Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday. A.M 7:00 7:20 7:45 8:00 8:iS A.M 8:00 8:20 8:30 M5 9:00 9:i5 A.M 10:30 10:50 1 1 '.20 i:t40 I2:oo I2-.20 A.M 9:00 ... 9'.20 ... 10:05 ... 10:25... 10:45,... 11:05'... P.M. STATIONS 2:30,1V Hilo ar 2!50ar...01aa Mill...ar 3:10 ar Keaau ar 3:25 ar... Ferudale,..ar 3:5o;ar..Mount. V'w..ar 4:io'ar.. GIeuwool...lv p.m. SUNDAY. 3:oojlv Hilo ar 3:30V... Olna Mtll...ar 3:30 ar Keaau ar 3:45 ar... Ferudale ...ar 4:ooar..Mouut. V'w..ar 4:i5 ar... Glenwood...lv FOR PUNA Iv Hilo ar ar...01aa Mill...ar ar..Pahoa Juucar ar Pahoa ar ar..Pahoa Juucar ar Puna Iv Sunday. iv Hilo ar ar...Ulaa Mill..,ar ar..Pahoa June. ar raiioa ar; ar..Pahoa Juucar ar Puna Iv A.M. 9:35 9:20 9:5 9:00 8145 8:30 A.M. 10:40 10:25 10:15 10:00 9M5 9:30 P.M. 6:00 5H0 5:30 5HO 4:50 4yo P.M. 5'4o 55 5:i5 5:00 4:45 4:30 P.M. 3:50 3:30 3:00 2140 2:20 2:00 P.M. 4:50 4:3" 4:00 3:40 3-30 3:00 Not Permitted to Talk. New York, N. Y., Oct. 6. Candidate Parker will make no campaign speeches outside Rosemoiit. Chinese Brigands Assisting Japanese. vSt. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 6. Ten thousand Chinese brigands are co-operating with the Japanese. . Japanese Squadron in Storm. Cheefoo, China, Oct. 6. The Japanese squadron is thought to have been damaged by a storm in the Yellow Sea. They Urge Peace. I Huston, Mass., Oct. 5. The International Peace Cnngresi has passed 1 resolutions urging Russia and Japan to make peace. ! Portuguese Ambushed in Africa. 1 . . Lisbon, Portugal, Oct. 5. The Portuguese force operating in West s, including 225 Kuropeans, was surprised. Quick Trial and Verdict. Africa against the Cuanhanas Two hundred and fifty-four men were lost troops were ambushed in the night. 1 he missing are 100. The I Agitation Amongst Chinese. I T.ntldntl Ort. r Tin. Innximi !..... ..,., ...I ... ... Honolulu, Oct. ?.-At 5:25 yesterday afternoon, after deliberation lor China. It is feared it may cause disorder in the'event of R iss an s c over an hour, the jury in the Miranda trial returned a verdict of murder I cesS( calisjg leading powers to intervene. 111 int 111.11 ui:j;i-i-'. pose Miranda, Porto Rican, on the night ol Tuesday, September 27, murdered Samuel Kdward Damon with a knife. He was indicted and arraigned the following day. Thursday plead "not guilty" and trial set for Monday. Three days occupied in getting a jury. Case submitted on argument Thursday afternoon. JuryVout one hour and ten minutes, two jurors favoring a verdict of manslaughter. Judge Gear will sen tence this morning. Democratic Demands. Honolulu, Oci. 8. V. A. Kinney demands of the Hoard of Health pei mission for democratic candidates to speak at leper settlement. The privilege is denied. He will probably bring mandamus proceedings be fore Judge Dole. This is the result of tli ' action of the Hoard of Health last week in denying to Chairman Kinney of the Democratic Central Committee the privilege of allowing campaign speakers in the settlement this year. The Hoard of Health weie of the opinion that it was best not to disturb the people at the settlement by excitement over a political canvass. The same request was denied all other parties desiring to make political ad dresses in the settlement, 1 Peking, China, Oct. 4. Fears that a Hoxer uprising will take place in Shantung are subsiding. j New Massachusetts Senator. ' Hoston, Mass., Oct. 5. Secretary of the Navy Moody will probably ; succeed the late Senator Hoar in the Senate from Massachusetts. I Y. H. Moody of Haverhill, Mass., has represented the State of Mas sachusetts in the House of Representatives for nearly eight years, and (was appointed Secretary of the Navy by President McKinley on Mav 1, Japanese Refugees. Herlin, Oermany, Oct. 4. Seven hundred Japanese refugees hav aillVL-U UUIC II 1)111 KHKSKI. e Plans for a Long War. Korea Will Assist Japan. Tokio, Japan, Oct. 3. The new military regulations increase the arinv to a million men. It has been decided to raise a domesiio bvm nf . 1 000,000. 1 ' i Tokio, Japan, Oct. 6. Coulit Oktinia, in a public address, warns the .people of Japan to prepare for a long war. He predicts that the cost to Koreans Japa" r Uvo yca,s' war wiH be a bilHo" -"ars. He alleges that the ' Japanese officials are corrupt. Starving Out Port Arthur. La Follette Ticket Sustained. KxcurMon ticket:, between till pomlM are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good returning, until the following Monday noon. Commutation tickets, good for twenty five rides between any two points, and thousand mile tickets are sold at very low rates. W. II. J.AMIUJRT, Superintendent. Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd. 1 Houses Wired and Lights Installed Possiet Hay, Siberia, Oct. 5. The Japanese are impressing into service in the Japanese army. Tokio, Japan, Oct. 8. Geneial Hascgawa has left for Korea to con" maud the Japanese forces. It is probable the Korean army will be put under Tnnanese control. 1 rM.rtfUrt ri . o. 1; 1 .! , , . . WHV.-111U, uti, .. Claiming nun tinned meats are nearly exhausted at Port Arthur. Thirty donkeys are killed daily. Meat is $1.20 a pound ,311(1 eggs are twenty cents each. Madison, Wis., Oct. 5. The Supreme Court handed down its de- St- Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 5. Gen. Stoessel places the' Japanese cision today holding that the ticket put iu the field by Governor I.a '"t-'S at Port Arthur as 10,000 between Sept. 10 and 22. . There were Follette is the regular Republican ticket. skirmishes between Sept. 23 and 30. The Japanese are approaching by The political struggle in Wisconsin between Governor Robert M. I.a U,mu'1 entrenchments. Follette. on behalt of the people on the one hand, and the corporation interests on the other, has been long and bitter. -It was charged by 1 Governor I.a Follette that for years the railroads and other corporate in terests have controlled the state legislature, dictating legislation and fixing the amount ol taxes which they chose to pay. The contest has been waged for ten years against the Mvcalled machine. The latter brauce, on Apiil 2, 1834. Among his works are the statue of Lafayette termed themselves the "Stalwarts" and included Senator Spooner, in Union Square, New York City, and the great statue of the Goddess Senator Quarks, Representative Habcock, Henry C. Payne, late Post- of Liberty enlightening the world, which stands at the entrance of New master-General, and many other prominent Wisconsin politicians. At , York harbor, presented to the United States by the French government. the Republican State Convention held in Madison, May iS, 1904, the party split, the "Stalwarts" leaving the convention, and naming Samuel I !!. ., p 1 n j A. Cook as their candidate for Governor. The bolters had the support r 0 Sim dSie T" U 611 6 T3 1 UBaCl. of the Republican National Committee and sought a decision of the' tr-M.: 'n n rw' . i . . -. . . . State Supreme Court, compelling the Secretary of State ,0 noR,.fcc I JJlff Co" Hip r ! rket instead of the La Follette t ckel. as the iimmi nr Rennl.l r;in 1 ' "" "" '" "-' '" uuniei -general. ticket. The matter was submitted to the court for adjudication Septem ber 6lh. Situation Remains Unchanged. -There was a slight skirmish here Oc- , A Noted Sculptor Dead. Paris, France, Oct. 4. The sculptor Harthoidi is dead. Frederic Auguste Harthoidi, sculptor, was born at Col mar, Alsace, ! In accordance with the rules of the N tiomil Hoard of Fire Underwriters. A complete stock of ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Transact a General Hanking and V,x change business" Commercial and Traveller's Letters of Crcditissucd, available in allthe principal 1 cities of the world. I Special attention given to the business ' entrusted to us by our friends of the other I Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk Islands, either as Deposits, Collections , a , , , iiisurui'Ce or requests for F.xchanpc. J Fan Motors . . . $15 niRMIQlirn PnriMQ Fan Motors, swivel frame 18 rUnillOnLU nUUmO Sowing Machine Motor 20 I Power for operating them $ i a month Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 4 tober 2, the Japanese retiring. , St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 4. The position of Kuroki's army is still unchanged. Marshal Oynnia is with the Fourth Army. St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 4. Kuroki's forces have been located at Rentsiaputze. 1 heir position is unchanged. Nodzu is at Yentai and 1 Oku west of the railway. 1SV DAY, WUHK OR MONTH. Neat and newly filled. Centrally and plras'intly located on PITMAN STREET NEAR WAIANUENUE ST. Facing on Court House nud Ililo Hotel PirkN. A (imet, pleasant retreat. Terms Reasonable. C. F. BRADSHAW Propiietor, 43 Installation charged extra. Estimates furnished on all classes ol Kleclricul Work and Contracts taken to install apparatus complete. LHenry C. Payne of Milwaukee, Wis., was bom in Ashlbrd, Franklin .county, Mass., November 23. 1843. He removed to Milwaukee in 186-,, , and has been prominently identified with stale and city politics ever since For twenty years he has represented the State 011 the National RepublN I can Committee. He held the office of postmaster of Milwaukee for over I ten years. He was a railroad mairnate. beimr hpovilv ;mr,.c,.,i :.. numerous street railways in Milwaukee and elsewhere. At one time he was receiver of the Northern Pacific He was appointed Postmaster General January 8, 1902, by President McKiuley, and it was during bis administration that the department has been found to be honeycombed with dishonesty and peculation. It is believed that the disgrace of the affair, although his name was never implicated in the corruption of his office, was lari'elv rpnnniihtf fnr tti fni1t- .,f 1,V t,.,i.i. ...t.:i. 1....1 Vladivostok, Russia, Oct. 4. F.verything is quiet here and the I Jn his tlentli.l lw,mi" people are returning. Salt is scarce. The navigation of the Amur will Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. s Skirmishes along Kuronatkin's front! I he POTt A till LIT Sl3Ughter. J indicate a forward movement by Oyama's troops. j According to the press dispatches, interest seems to be gravitating I Harbin, Manchuria, Oct. 5.-It is reported that the Japanese advance toward Port Arthur as the crucial point in the present contest. The 'posts have been driven back along the Hue between Iluusoand Hensihu. i sturdy resistance of Stoessel's garrison and the gallant fightinir'of the Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. f). The main forces of both armies are Japanese is being watched with interest. The Japanese are apparently quiet, j lie scouts are active. Mukden, Manchuria, Oct. 6. The Japanese are recruiting militia. St. Petersbuig, Russia, Oct. 8. The report that the Russian Port Arthur squadron made another sortie is received with some credence. gaged in a continuous assault upon the fortifications and nre attacking three sides simultaneously. Russian mines have blown up whole Notick Neither the Masters nor , Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line" will be responsible for anv debls con. I trailed by the crew. R. J I'.UARD, lAgeut. 1 Hilo, April 16, 1901, 34. engaged in Pliinnui I0" I Imttfl MM1U nl Innonnou Tl. .,.- n ... 1.1 ..:!. . .. , . 1- ., ,. . . ........ yi " jm. ...w,v.. 4yi.,,uK ,i iwuiiigiii atlllCK tne KUSSiailS. Wit I , the aid of a searchlight, watched until the Japanese column had ad vanced near the hidden mines. Then the mines were exploded. The sight of Japanese rifies, water bottles, arms and dismembered limbs of . soldiers hurtling through the lighted space made by the searchlight was , an awful spectacle. There was one appalling moment during which the i crarrison itself was stunned mid itu.n n divitli.lii.,, ctin. ...... im. i. Washington, Oct. s.-Sttrgeon-Geiieral O'Reilly's report says that liKht lighted un the road and hillsides, u-l.inl, .-. u.'r'. ...1,1. .1 ' Few Japanese escaped, but owing to the mutilated condition of the dead the Russians were unable to estimate the number killed iu the awful slaughter, A Cure for Leprosy. there is a possible cure for leprosy, Loudon, Oct. 6. Chaufberlaiu has resumed his campaign, n ? I vlj : .. Sf $ rim "ft. n t ml ',' ." ' .miu.- ' ' ; ,!?J .JJ!&tiLAJ . 1 tMKi 'iwiMii'Uy''w'?,''" t' . f-' j h A ' ' fv ' -" T '