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IIILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH 2S, 1905.
No. 22.
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I'llllI.tSUKIl HVHRV TMKsllAY
Officii, Kivo stkiikt, lino, Hawaii
Thiminii iiiock.
IUIp Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
putiliiilier nml Proprietor.
PrctMcnt C C. KKNNntn
VIcc-ITc.l.lent H E Kiciiahi
SccrrtnryTicnmircr . . J. OAsrtn UIIhiwav
Auditor A. 1 SutTON
Itlreclor II M.Thomiiion, I) V. Makkii
Adrertiifiiiciit uimccoinrmnlcil by specific
ndructioiiN Intcrled until ordered out.
Adertleineiit ttUcoiitlmied lx.rorcexiirntlon
of specified period will lie charged m if con
lnued for lull term.
Drs. Grace and Irwin
oi'i'icK nouns:
During the absence of Dr. J J. Grace
Dr. Irwin's ollicc hours will be:
9:00 to 11:00 a. M., 1:30 to j-oo unil 7:30
to S'oo l'. M.
Sundays: 9:00 to 11:00 a m.
Residence with Dr. Stow on l'itinnu St.
ATI'OKSKYS.AT.IjAW.
Chas. M. LeBlond
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Hawaiian, Jiunnce, and Chinese Interpreter
Hud Notnry Public in Utnce.
Office: SltVKRANCU UUII.UINC,
OppoilleCour Home, 1IIL.O, HAWAII
J. Castmi Riugway Thos. C. Ridgway
Ridgway & Ridgway
attoknkvs-atm.aw
Lolicltom of Palcnw General Lnw Practice
HH.O, HAWAII.
Notnry l'ublic in Office.
Ol'l'lCli: Wainnuemic anil nrklicc Slrtcti
I. E. RY
ATTORNRY -AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Wnmnucnuc St.
Hilo, Hnwnii
KK.ll. KSTATK, KTC.
"i S. LYMAN
AGKNT
EIRE, ACC1DHNT AND MARINK
INSURANCE
Wuianncnuc Street, Hilo, Hnwnii
W. H. BEERS
INTERPRETER and
TRANSLATOR
(English nml Hawaiian)
Commission nml Ihismess Agent.
Will Act .is Ailmiiiislrntor, Gimrilinn anil
Executor. Rents nml Hills Collected..
OITice with I. E. Rn. Telephone 146
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A S. LcBaron Gurney
AUCTIONISF.R
COMMISSIONS
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
PRON'l STREET
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' HUILDINC,
KHTAIIMHHICII 1H3H.
BISHOP & CO.
Bankers.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact n General Hanking nml Ex.
change business
Commercial nnd Traeller's Letters of
CrcditLssued, available in all the principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Iilauils, either as ueposits, collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange. i
FURNISHED ROOMS
HY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fittul. Centrally and
pleas mtly located on
PITMAN STREET
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Pacing on Court House nnd Hilo Hotel
Parks. A (inlet, ple.iBiut retreat.
Terms Reasonuble.
C. F. BRADSHAW
Proprietor.
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FOR SALE!
Mochanical Parlor Organ
Cost f 150.00. Music Rolls fur
smile, cost f 125.00. The whole
for sale nt $125.00
Music Box
Cost JH5 x). I'or side nt n
great reduction.
Koa Sottlo
Cost $250.00. I'or sde nt $50.00
Enquire of
A. S. LoBARON GURNEY
THE
FIRST BANK OF HILO
LIMITRU.
Incorporated Under the I,nwt of the
Territory of IlAwnii.
CAPITAL, $200,000.
PEACOCK BLOCK, MLO.
P. PKCK rrrldent.
C. C. KltNNKIIY VIce-ITei.
JOHN T. MOIK..iit VlcfPre.
C. A. STOntlt Ctihler.
A II. JACKbON -..Secretary.
DIRJiCTOKB:
John Wntt,
1'. 3. 1.yman,
Win. Pultar,
John J. Gmce,
H.Y. Patten,
W. H.Shlpman.
Draw Bxohanee on
1 n Dank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Forgo & Co. Hank. ..San l'rnncisco
Wells. l'argo & Co's Ilnnk New York
The National Hank of the Re-) r,.in
public juncngo
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank ) Hongkong,
ing Corporation J CIuiia.
Hongkong-Shanghai Dank-) Shanghai,
iug Corporation- ) Chiuii.
IIougkong-ShanBhai Bank. ) SJ,
hig Corporation japnn!' '
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Mouth or Year. Par
ticulars on Application. ,
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
TIME TABLE
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
A.M. P.M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
7:00 3:30 lv Hilo ar 9:35 6:00
7:20 a:5oar...O!na Mill...ar 9:20 5:40
7:30 3:iour....'..Keaau...ar 9:15 5:30
7:45 3:25ar... Pemdale...ar 9:00 5:10
8:00 3:50 ar..Mount. V'w-ar 8:45 4:50
8:15 4:ioar..GIenMood...W 8:30 4:30
a.m. P.M. SUNDAY: A.M. P.M.
8:00 3:00 lv Hilo or 10:40 5:40
8:20 3:20 ar...Olaa Mill... nr 10:25 5:25
8:30 3:30 ar Keaau ar 10:15 5:15
8:45 3:45 ar... Ferndale...ar 10 00 5:00
9-00 4:00 nr..Mouut. V'w..ar 945 4:45
9:15 4:15 nr... Glenwood...lv 9:30 4:30
IJOR PUNA:
The trains of this Company between
IIllo ami Puna will be run as follows:
WEDNESDAY:
Leae Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Oluu and Puna, upon the
nrmul of the Steamship Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoa
both going and returning.
a.m. FRIDAY: a m.
G.oo lv Hilo nr 9'45
ur.R. R. Wharf.ar 9-35
nr. ..Waiakcu....nr 9:25
6:20 nr...O!aa Mill.ar 9:10
ar..Pahoa Junc.ar 8-40
. ar... Pahon nr 8:15
ar..Pahoa Jutic.ur 7'45
7 00 ar Puna 1 7:15
A.M SUNDAY: P.M.
9:00 lv Hilo nr 4:50
9:20 nr...01aa Mill...ar 4:30
10:05 nr..Pahoa Juuc 4'oo
10:25 ar Pahoa nr 3 40
10-45 ar..Pnhoa Junc.ar 3.20
11 05 nr Puna ly 3 wo
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
noon.
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two point:,, and
thousand mile tickets are bold at very
low rntes.
, I). E. METZGER,
Superintendent.
ALL KINDS OP
RUBBER GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PHASE, President.
SAN PRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
LEGAL NOTICES.
In the Circuit Court of the Pourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
IN Pkohatk AT ClIAMUKKS.
In the mntter of the EstnU of M. V.
HOLMES, deceased.
A document purporting to In- the last
will nml tesi.imi.ut ol M. V. Holmes,
ikciasid, liauug been filtd li E. N.
Ilolniis, u brother of said di censed,
whertiu he usiks Hint the said will be ad
mitted to probile, nnd thnt he be ap
pointed Executor olsiiid will.
It is ordered, Hint Tuewlny. the 18th
dn of April, 1905, nt 10 o'clock of b.iid
dnv, nt the Court room of said Court, nt
Hilo, II mail, be, mid the same is hereby
appointed the time and place fur proving
siiil will mid hearing said npplicntinu,
when mid where nny person interested
mav nppe-nr mid show cmiM-, if nny they
have, why the prnvir of the petition
should not be grniiU'if.
Dated. Hilo, Hawaii, March (6, 1905.
lly the Couit:
A. S. LKIIARON OURNEY, Cli-rk.
lly Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
W. S. Wish.
Attorney for Petitioner. ai3
LEGISLATURE AFTER
PINKHAM AND DR. COOPER
ARE SEVERELY CRITICIZED
(lly Wireless to Tint Tmiiunk.)
Honolulu, March 24. The Hoard of Health was was brought before
the House on motion of Coclho to answer the complaints growing out of
tlie trip to the leper settlement. Achi in the Senate calls for Pinkhaiu's
resignation.
Charges were made that the Hoard of Health neglected its duty in
looking after the visitors who made the trip to the leper settlement with
the legislative committee. It is reported that lepers and their friends
and relatives who accompanied the expedition, were permitted to fall
into each others arms, weeping and embracing each other and bestow
ing kisses promiscuously among the crowd. Neither President Pink
ham nor the settlement police interposed any protest, when it is alleged
the Boatd of Health and its officers should have taken charge. Subse
quently, when a legislative committee
Kahlii receiving station, where the suspects tire kept, President I'inlcliara
refused point blank, which caused considerable bitter feeling among the
legislators. '
Senator McCandless Roasts Dr. Cooper.
Honolulu, March 23. Senator I,. L. McCandless yesterday made a
scathing speech condemning Dr. Cooper and the Board of Health for
continuing Iwelci, which he declares to be worse than in days of the
."stockade."
It is reported that there are 135 women at Iwelci, whose presence
there is permitted under a quasi agreement from the Hoard of Health,
one of its members, Dr. C. H. Cooper, collecting from each inmate one
dollar n week for medical examinations. It is said that these examina
tions are compulsory and that over $500 u month is collected in this
manner. A police officer is detailed to enforce the payment, according
to Senator McCandless' charges.
Governor Considering Sunday Bill.
Honolulu, March 27. Before taking official action regarding the
Quinn Sunday observance bill, which is now before him for approval,
Governor Carter is holding hearings on the subject. The merchants
and labor men endorse a liberal law.
Prominent 'Frisco
Snn Prancisco, Cal., March 25. Chief of Police Wittman and Cap
tain Kllis have been found guilty of misconduct and dismissed from the
force.
Filipino Insurrectionists Quieted.
Manila, P. I., March 24. The Penlaojaiies insurrection has been
quelled.
A Blow at Christian Science.
I.incdn, Neb., Marcli 23. The Legislature of Nebraska has outlawed
Christian Science.
To Withdraw Order for Arms.
Constantinople, Turkey, Marcli 2.j. The German Ambassador has
notified the Porte to revoke its order for arms in Prance.
Attempt to Turn Russian Army.
Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, March 24. The Japanese are still following
the Russian rear guard and operating a wide turning movement.
Russian Battleships Reported Injured.
Paris, France, March 24. There
the Japanese have damaged three of Rojestvensky s battleships.
No Trouble With Venezuela.
New York, March 25. President
here that there will be no trouble with the United States, and that Ven
ezuela is ready to defend her interests.
Refuse Aid to American Fishermen.
St. John, N. H., March 24. The Government has ordered collectors
of customs to refuse bait to American fishermen in retaliation for the
rebuke conveyed in the Bond-Hay treaty.
Latest Sugar Quotations.
San Prancisco, Cal., March, 24.-96 Test Centrifugals, 4.83; 88
analysis beets, Kjs.jJ.d.
San Francisco, Cal., March 27. o6c Test Centrifugals, 4.83; 88
analysis beets, 14s 3d.
Czar May Consider Terms.
St. Petersburg, Russia, March 22. The Czar's advisers hope that he
may be induced to consider terms.
Paris, France, Marcli 27. It is stated as a probable condition of peace
that Russia will give pledge not to increase her navy for a term of years.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Marcli 27. General Uncvitch reports the
situation as unchanged. The Japanese are expected soon to take Sak
lialicu. Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, Marcli 23. The Japanese are apparently
giving the Russians a temporary respite and reforming their iorces.
St. Petersburg, Russia, March 2.1. All women have been ordered to
leave Vladivostok. The advisability of providing atninuiiiUoii and sup-
plies for a two years' siege has been discussed.
Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, March 25. Hie Russians have arrived at
Sipinghai, seventy-four miles north of the Pass, with the intention of
defending it long enough to disclose the Japanese plans.
Tiflis, Russia, March 23. The Abasiaus are driving out the Russian
inhabitants and coming into collision with the police,
asked for permission to visit the
Police Removed.
is an unconfirmed report here that
Castro has cabled to the newspapers
ROARD OF HEALTH
A VOLCANIC LAKE OF LAVA
IS FORMING AT CRATER
The latest news from the Volcano House indicates that there is no
abatement in the activity which developed with such renewed force one
week ago yesterday. There is one large fountain of lava at the end of
the lake now forming in the bottom of the pit, which plays almost con
tinuously. At no time is the lake without cracks of fire radiating across
its crusted surface. There is a steady outpour of lava from a central
cone, which it is believed will eventually fill the pit. The explosions
from bursting rocks and boulders continues to be heard. Weather cool
during the day and very cold at night. There is little steam or smoke
issuing from the pit.
(lly Wireless to Tint TKintiNit.)
Booked for the Kinau.
Honolulu, March 27. The following passengers booked to leave
by the Kinau up to noon to-day are as follows: G. V. Carr, A. Richlcy,
J. V. Mason, Y. I. Gniashi, J. Hromstcin. For the Volcano House:
Miss Helen Crane, D. H. Hums and ton tourists.
Delegate Kuhio Returns.
Honolulu, March 24. Delegate Kuhio returned last night from
Washington.
Prominent Men Pass Away.
Washington, D. C, March 23. Colonel Chas. Humphrey is dead.
Honolulu, March 24. Dr. II. C. Sloggctt dropped dead of appoplexy
this afternoon.
Albany, N Y., Marcli 25. General Charles Traccy is dead.
Stanford Investigation Discontinued.
San Francisco, Cal., March 27. Tiie police have practically dropped
investigation of the death of Mrs. Stanford.
San Francisco, Cal., March 23. The indications are that the police
who have been investigating the Stanford case arc inclined to the natural
death theory.
Just prior to departing for Sm Francisco on the S. S. Alameda
with the remains of Mrs. Jane I. Stanford, David Starr Jordan and
Timothy Hopkins of the Stanford
denying the conclusions of the local
ford was poisoned. It is 111 part as follows
"In our judgment, after careful consideration of all facts brought to
our knowledge, we are fully convinced that Mrs. Stanford's death was
not due to strychnine poisoning nor to intentional wrong doing on the
part of any one. We find in the statements of those with her in her
last moments no evidence that any of the characteristic symptoms of
strychnine poisoning were present. We think it probable that her death
was due to a combination of conditions and circumstances. Among
these we may note in connection with her advanced age, the unaccus
tomed exertion, a surfeit of unsuitable food and the unusual exposure
on the picnic party of the day in question. These conditions were, per
haps, somewhat aggravated by the presence of strychnine and other
drugs in a medicinal capsule, and possibly also by the presence of a
small amount of strychnine contained in a dose of bicarbonate of soda.
The occurrence of this strychnine in the bicarbonate of soda is as yet
unexplained. The fact that it is not in excess of usual medicinal pro
portions suggests either an error of a pharmacist or else that the combi
nation was prepared for tonic purposes. We must recognize that the
preliminary hypothesis of accidental poisoning seemed a natural one
under the extraordinary circumstances. We regard it, however, as with
out foundation and wholly incompatible with the evidence in our posses
sion." In support of their position, Dr. F. Howard Httmphris, Dr. C. B.
Wood, Dr H. V. Murray and Dr. F. R. Day have published an elaborate
statement defending their diagnosis. They affirm that the briefness of
her illness and death in a convulsion indicates strychnine poisoning'
There was no undigested food in her stomach, as shown by postmortem,
which the doctors hold refutes the acute indigestion theory. They scoff
at death from hysteria by a woman of Mrs. Stanford's age and known
mental characteristics, ami refer to corroborative evidence taken before
the coroner's inquest to support their diagnosis of the case.
Shakeup in Bureau of Education.
Superintendent A. T. Atkinson of the Department of Public Instruc
tion has resigned at the request of Governor Carter, who, in the light of
the investigation and report of the House Committee, believed that the
public service would be benefitted by his quitting the office. Atkinson
asked for a free and full investigation of his department, which has been
made by the committee, with the above result, that the Governor has at
his disposal the appointment of a new Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion. The name of Charles Baldwin has been suggested in this connec
tion, and it is expected that all of the powerful influence of H. P. Bald
win and the Maui delegation will lie exerted in his behalf. The charges
made against Superintendent Atkinson, which prompted the action of
the Governor in calling for the retignation, are as follows:
"Charges. 1. The Superintendent of Public Iiistauction has long
maintained a personal indifference as to the proper or improper perform
ance, by teachers, of their duties, and takes little, if any personal
interest in their responsibilities and advancement. His personal
presence is an unknown factor in the schools.
" 2. The cour.se of study has not been properly provided for the
schools. The one vogue has not been revised for many years pasl.
There are no printed rules or regulations to control the 400 teachers
under the department
"3, Teachers have been discharged from the Department without
cause.
"4. The Agricultural department in the school is useless.
"5. Commissioners of IJducation have rarely, if ever, for many
years visited any of the schools, or made any personal inquiries as to the
conditions prevailing 111 the schools or among the teachers, the public
schools being almost entirely tinder the control of school agents.
"fi. No provision has been made for lavatories and facilities for the
procurement of drinking water in the schools. No care exercised in this
regard even in new buildings. The new Royal School has water facili
ties for neither drinking nor fire purposes.
"7. Architectural extravagance has been indulged in in building the
schools, No care has been exercised in placing school buildings, and
the existing sanitary conditions are bad, buildings being absolutely unfit
for school purposes,"
University gave out n statement
Honolulu doctors that Mrs. Stan
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