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THIS WEEKLY HILO TUIHUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1904.
Ijc fill viliunc, WIRELESS TELEGRAMS ,msmss ,Mi'NT '"B,W-
TO THE TRIBUNE
TUESDAY, NOV. 29, 1904.
Kmeud nt the Poilolncr at IHli. lln
Wililt l tecoilil-clitss nuttier
I'UIII.ISItlil) KVKMV TUKSUAV.
J. Casti.k Riihjwav - Editor
1). W. Mahsii llmlnes Manager,
AI.KXIKIT rTUTllKK IM'.MOTI'lt.
London, Nov. 27. It is reported
tlint Admiral Alexiefl lins been re
lieved of the Viceroynlty of Manchuria.
Iliuiril or Trmlo llrrlilr to Tnkp Orrr
Kntulion Fulls Park.
TKADU AT H0M12.
ittiHst v itATtiiKs sr.imtr.
St. IVtcrsburK, Kussia. Nov. 37.
I The Supremo l'rie Coutt has
confirmed the seizure or the Hritish
The local merchant and meehanic , .1 A VAN'S ASSr.JlHLV MIXTS.
nre interested in the proj-u-ss and Tokio, Japan, Nov. 2S.-TI1C
development of the town ami Japanese Diet meets Monday.
country in which he lives, and
every dollar that they amass is re
invested in the community and re
mains in the neighborhood. As
they prosper so will you prosper.
As the business of the local trades
man increases, the more taxes he
pays and just so much aie the bur
dens of others lightened. They
assist you in keeping up your
schools, churches and other public
institutions and charities. Hut the
person who deliberately spends his
money in some distant city on the
Mainland or on the other islands,
places it where it cannot assist any
local enterprise or build up the
town in which he lives. Eveiy
citizen should patronize local mer
chants and mechanics.
SlllLKl.VN Nl'.ATIIKIt SI'.TN IX.
Mukden, Nov. 28. Snowstorms
arc prevailing with freezing weather.
It is expected to continue for lour
Y()UN(! UKItF.lt A HANK KOIIIICU.
Auburn, Cal., Nov. 28. The
money stolen from the Placer Coun
ty Hank has been found in the
.Weber barn. Adolph Weber, now
under nrrest for the wholesale mur
der of the family, is now charged
with bank robbery.
I.ATKST SlHJAIt QUOTATIONS.
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l-v luiiw, nut. o. iiiitu, yw
test, 4. 65; per ton, $93
sis Heels, 13s, 10,'jd.
A 1IHIF.F UOOtJMHNT
THE FROG INDUSTRY.
As compared with other parts of
of the United States, where winter
weather prevails and interferes with
the catching of frogs for the table
use, the frog industry in Hawaii
ought to prove a successful field of
operations. In northern climes
where cold prevents the search for
the amphibian for several months
during the winter season and he
has to be caught through ice covered
ponds, thepricesare almost doubled
Hrinid Jury Finish Their l.nlrtirs ami
Kcporl I inlli't incuts.
The Orancl Jury closed their dc'
liberations Sntunliiy afternoon anil have j
The rrgiilnr nieellng of the Iloiinl of
Trnile Inst l'riilny nilit wat well attended j
and uus tu.itked with more limn iimiuI
Interest A volnnilnoni Mini able reHit
wnitnidc hy Dr. Henry Hnyei of the
itiK'clnl mniinlllee to investigate public
l.ttitl til liters, which caused much sur
prise mid f.ivomble cotnincnt m In the
Inform illon cont-tlncd therein. flic
Cotiiuiltlee h-ive given the matter much
thou. lit mid eirefut cousldentloii nhd
lmve sought I" make their tccottitiiemla
I tlous general instead of seeking out .spe
cific cases .wheic ocenpants of laud nre
unable to comply with conditions. The
Committee regards that the remedy for
the present unsatisfactory state of affairs
lit regard to public lauds lies rather with
the Territorial administration than with
Congress or the United States General
I.ntid Office. The Committee nre opposed
to the extension of the federal land law;
to the public lands of Hawaii .fnf , the
reason that the texenne derived from
the laud would then go Into the United
States treasury Instead of Unit of the
Territory. They recommend that changes
he made by tlic Governor in the form of
"prove up" and "testimony of witness"
required hy the land office, especially
with reference to the residence clnuse. at
88 Analy- , the same lime insisting on a full com
pliance with the "cultivation clause."
Finally the Committee recommend that
all persons whose patents lrive been
di tiled, be permitted to make prove-ups
on the new form.
The matter of the acquirement of 11
tract of laud nt Rainbow Falls for park
purposes, which had been brought to the
I nllniilini.nril.n llnn..1 nf TM,tn I... fl
handed ill their report, which is brief nud . , ,, l , ,, , ,
. . , , ,, . John Holland, was discussed, the corn
concise. Tne Report Is ns follows: lJ ... , ,. ,
I mitlee on local improvements reporting
To Honorable Charles F. Parsons. Judge: , Umt t,,c Iowil ,,, Co ,m(, , Q
The Grand Jury of the November term Rive lcMC of six acrcsof ,1(1 abogt le
1904 of the above entitled court beg to j,,,,,,, f(jr 53!, acre per aniitini. 'This Is
report that they have considered all lh(J rcnln, j)ai(, lo Jolm T ,1(lkcr ,)y Ulc
matters submitted to them -for investiga-, ,Iluaii M, c milIcr llleir ,cnsc w,lc
Hon and nil malteis which had seemed to j ns for sevetceu yeurs
At the expiration of this period, the
land reverts lo the" government, mid
them or any of them should be I lives
We have found ten true bills, covering I thcfe ,, ,,, ,lol,,t bul yM lhe , g
offenses ns follows: Fuibezzlement, two; ,nlure w Ulcn tlonaU. lhc ,,, f rk
assault Willi it tleatiiy weapon, tlirce; tnlrnosM. m-n void of the Ilnnr,! nf
, murder In the second degree, one; larceny Trnde the offer of the Hawaii Mill Co.
In the fm.t degree, two; gross cheat, one; nm,n,..A ti1P i.,,M .vm iw. .iu,..
1 ' ' . " .. . . ' riot, one; wherein eighteen persons are1,,,, ,, ,,. i..i lr1i .. , ,
a r.nn rn., , nnlil. n t , c iJr.,.. . .. .. . .. -'. , up, ami tne latm uirneii over to the
""""" "" -ln.ucte.1 in one or incomer 01 uieonenses Park Iloanl. u is Uluierslood that n
of the year would have almost a above named. roadway will be iumiediatelyco.tructed
free field of operation mul the wonder Your jury failed to find a true hill in rrom the main road into the park site
is that there is not more men en- nn adultery case, and nlso failed to indict, n1(, nrr0l)gcmenl9 lun,ic for platting out
........ TT .. two Koreans held to answer on n charge ' ,., r,1ta
gaged in this industry. Hawaii f . ( t"c Kroum'9-
...no ti.o firct ir, crri,.. tt, l,li frnn . i Among other matters under discussion
was the first lo grow the bull frog, , We hnvc examined the jury list for the ' .. , bflari, nf Trfll,n ,n ,M .. ... .
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carried on in Molokai and other
parts of the islands with profit and
Our correspondent who lapses
into verse to call attention to the
present j ear nun aiso examined witnesses wlopeA that the Executive Council have
011 uie suuiect, ami we are 01 tne opinion , ulkr invcsl,KnUon lhc nUeged practice
that the present condition of affairs is due ( of shlp mpuAMi agcMt, aml clerks of
to the fact that the instructions to the 1 ..i..,i n- nivit,.r i. .i rrn... ii..
"T"fl I 'J '"C t V i
Coast, entering into competition with
local firms in the sale of
Jury Commission by the then Judge of
this Circuit were insufficient.
We beg, in conclusiou, to express our It is slateii that some captains nre prac-
anDreciatiou of the careful and nronert. ,.. .i .!,,...! ... .,
pervailing nuisance of mangey dogs, ln whlch the Deputy AUorney 'Z U ,"" "" . .,""
,,.,,.,., , , . - j v. ui.1., .".ji .tv. uiiu vmv. .uiuuiuilllica
writes more truth than poetry in his
lines. Either the tax collector or
health inspector should corral all
dogs, deseased or otherwise that
run the streets and annoy pedes
trians and travelers 011 the high
ways. The spectacle of a cur
covered with sores and disease run
ning at large on the principal tho
roughfares is a disgusting sight.
Such disease ladeued animals are a
General, J. IJghtfoot, has brought mat
lets to our attention.
W. S. WARD,
Dated at Ililo, Hawaii,
November 25, 1904.
Mihara Kingoro is charged with
which cuter into direct competition with
merchants and others who are shippers
over the very lines where the practices
propnaicil lo ins own use Japanese
kimouas nud other doting of a lellow
countryman to the amount of f 117.
II. K. Hensley will hae to answer nil
menace to the health and safety of indictment for wood stealing from the
For a Dollar n Year. '
Editor II11.0 Tkiuunis: You being
larceny in the isl degree, in that he op. ' """ "-" J 1 tf Jdgli
proprialcd to his own use japinese ! '"'""K. tlie'knowledgc Gang." I
nave uecuieii 10 asic you nimesliou which
Tmi Editor's nightmare regard
ing the Lyman boycott appears to
have affected the Lyman family the
same way, notwithstanding efforts
to give the Lyman institutions fic
titious financial ratings. The ap
peal of Ruftis Lyman soliciting
Japanese patronage continues to
appear in the Ililo Shimbuu.
liny Seeds Dance.
The rustic geruiau of the Cotillion
Club give at Sprcckels Hall last Wednes
day night was above the average in at
tendance and point of interest. Mrs. W.
T. Ilaldiug and a corps of decorators had
transformed the hall and stage into n
sylvan dell with trees nnd shrubbery.
Hilo Railroad (it 14 miles, O.an.
Mrs. Nnw.ii Aki, is charged with the
murder of Wm. Kaimi, a uitive jouug
man at Wni.ieae, near Waiuaku on Sept.
Kiiama Shinijiro is indicted for
assault with 11 deadly weapon against a
Japanese at 1 1 miles, Olaa, last October.
Kim Mini H111, who was the Korean
interpreter of a local law firm, is indicted
for gross cheat, having obtained a fee of
50 from I'.ik On, under the belief that
he was subject to arrest nud liabl
conviction in the Police Court.
Autoue de Siutos is indicted for ns
sault upon M. G. Correa with a deadly
weapon. This grew out of n dispute over
the possession oflnud in Kniwiki.
Knge Chituro answers to the charge of
assault with n deadly weapon upon n
Porto Ricnn, Jose Reveiw ut 9 miles,
Yce Hong Won nnd nine other Koreans
Corn stalks, cane tassel, and bales of hay
were proiuiently used in the decorations nre indicted for committing n riot ut Olna
nud the committee carried out the Idea l.-arlv this mouth.
has worried my mind forsouic time
No Jersey or Durlinm, that give you sweet
Schmcarcasc, butter nud crenm,
Can be permitted to wander the streets,
And you know, that this is uo drealn.
The noble horse, man's great friend,
Who packs him through world nud his
Is not nllowed to eat up the grass, .
That grows by the side of the road.
The festive porker of haul and-egg fume,
Pigsfeet, bacon and lard,
to I Can not get a license to live in your town,
jnoi even wucn penned 111 your yar,.,
The playful kitty, the pet of the clijil,
Which rids you of rat and of mouse,
Is not even permitted to make love on
Or within bootjack throw of the house.
That infernal pest, the mangy cur,
With 110 hair on his tail or his hide,
May yelp nud snarl, howl and bark,
And keep you nwnke all night.
of a rural picnic ground to perfection.
Geo. N. Day assisted by Miss Floieuce
Scott led the geruiau, which exhibited
many new anil clever figures. The
favors were unique in design nud taste
fully selected. Popcorn, apples, dough,
nets, tin pails, horns and cob pipes were
some of the appropriate features of the
dance. The refreshments were sub.
stautial nud homelike, "pies that mother
makes," ham sandwiches, and church
Two cases of cmbczlctucutare brought
against Naramatsu, who is charged with
making way with rice on two different
occasion from the Haknlau plantation.
No bill was found against Frank Jose,
charged with burglary from the Pnpaikou
Tlint repulsive cur, of no earthly use,
Can roam streets mid yards without Tear,
May jump 011 your horse, bike, or your-
And nil for a dollar a year? ,
Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 26, 1904.
M. Knlheilno Huluteil.
The Ilark St. Katherine, Cupt.
Saunders, arrived Friday,. 27 days out
from San Francisco, Desides. Mrs.
The Hilo Park Commission, consisting
oPtt. H. Richards, Dr. John Holland, h.
lemonade gave renewed strength nud Turner and Moohenu Ileckley solicit nr-1 Sounders nnd family, 8. U. McKenzie
energy to the country bumpkins nnd ' tistic designs for luying out Moohenu nnd ' came hi charge of the live , stock
lasses who participated, Some of the R,,inbow Falls Parks. An opportunity is aboard. The St. Katherine experienced
costumes were extremely orginal in j here given for landscape garduers to ills- adverse winds and although within 35
make-up, n country doctor nnd hisspouse pinv their ability. Sketches of the pro. ""lies of portwns unable to get in until
causing much merriment by their main J)oi'c,i parks can be obtained 011 npplicn- Fridny morning, when Captain Saunders
awkwardness and verdant freshness. ti0 t0 j;. jf. Richards, chairman, j slipped into the harbor without even the
"" .,. The designsaccepted wilbbe immediately aidofatugor pilot. Besides n general
Kluaii liopuruires .ey. '.,. 1 ..... .,., ,.vl.P11,im, 'cariro of merchandise the St. Kntlierim.
brought two fine blooded stallions con-
Wall, Nichols Co.
Has Stored Heaps of Toys in the Wall,
Nichols Go's Room on Bridge Street
Of all kinds.
Including Hawaiian Coat of
Arms, Hawaiian view paper.
Padded volumes, a full line of
dainty gift books, sets by
standard authors, latest fic
And picture frames, genuine
24 K gold plate photo frames,
circular ones in gilt, gold and
In the main store you will
Including our new Hawaiian,
and many Hawaiian novelties.
Purses, portfolios, tourist sets,
Of every description and all
their FURNITURE. There
are beds, dressers, washstands,
wardrobes, sideboards, wash
ing outfits,dish closets, houses,
Books, tree ornaments, and so
many other things that you
just must come and see for
Of all sizes and kinds, includ
ing coastcrSjWheelbarrows, etc.
For boys aticl girls.
Chairs, rockers, Morris chairs,
(Mrs, Moore's). '
Beautiful koa and calabashes.
WALL, NICHOLS CO. Ltd.
A full assortment of fern vases, pots
Bud pedestals, for sale at S. II. Webb's
store, Waianuenuc street. Made by
H. W. S. Edmonds
ON REASONABLE TERMS
MOUNTAIN VIEW, - OLAA
One Studebaker Buckboard, almost
One superior set Ilaruess.
ALL FOR 9150. '
A. E. SUTTON & CO.
Having secured the files of the Owl
Drug Store, we are prepared to fill all
prescriptions previously put up by that
III 1.0 DRUG COMPANY, LTD.
The Latest Howling Game
The Only One in the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
Waiauueuue Street, Hilo
We Are Headquarters for
Ladies' Combs and Brushes
Kodaks and Cameras
Perfumes and Toilet Waters
Fine Toilet Soaps
FOR A CENTLEMAM
A Box of Cigars is the Most Appreciated Gift
I'. II. Green, A.J. Spitze, Major John
.Milwips, W. Williamson, W. It. Castle, J.
C. l'arker, S. M. Spencer, Mr. Lindsay,
II. I'. Sepp, 1'. W. Carter, Mrs. Kobt.
More, Misb Ross, I. P. Low, Miss Harriet
Hitchcock, Mrs. 1'. G, Snow uud bcrvnnt.
Ilefore purchasing your Christmas pre
sents, do not fail to see the novelties in
Hawaiian polished woods at the Hilo
Handing School, which nre for Mile.
signed respectively to W. G. Walker uud
C. McLennan. A buggy horse and two
mules were brought for sale lit the Vol
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkoiiatk At Chamdkrs.
In the matter or the Estate of J. M.
IIOHNKR of Kukuiau. Hamakua,
PRTITION FOR LF.TTF.RS OF AD-
The petition of A. Homer, brother of
1 the deceased, praying that Letters of Ad
I ministration be issued to him as adtnluis
I trator of s..dd estate.
I Notice is hereby given that Tuesday,
J the 13th day of December, 1904, at 10
j o'clock a. in., be and hereby Is appointed
I the time for hearing said petition in the
Court room of this Court, at Hilo,
Hawaii, at which time and place all per
'sons interested may appear and show
I cause, if any they have, why the prayer
I of said petition should not be granted.
lino, nawau, aov. 12, 1904.
Hy the Court:
A.S. LkIIARON GURNF.V, Cleric,
lly Chos. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Caki, S. Smith,
Attorney for Petitioner. 33
La Marylinda, Clear Havana, 10c Size,
" " 2 for 25c,
Pedro Garcia, " " 10c Size,
." " " " 2 for 25c,
El Merito, Seed Havana,
American Insular Londres,