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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1905.
No. 30.
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Ophici;. Kino rirHi.1.1, . . lino, Hawaii
Thihunk Iilock.
HUo Trlbuno Publishing Company, Ltd
l'ubllnhcru ntul l'roiiriiturk
rreniilcut c. C. Ki'nnkh
Vicc-l'rcsUlciit U P.. Rich hiii
Sccrctnry-1 rtimurcr J. Cahtli: Kiimiu.m
Aiiilltur A. I. Suttiin
Director 1. M.Tiiumi'Hiiv, 1) V. Mahmii
AilrertUcmcntn .liiiiccompniilcil liy specific
inunction Inserted until tinlcrtil out.
AiltcrtlKiiiciittillftciimlmicil lieriirerxitlrntion i
F aitailf;.l ....-In.! .. 141 1... 1... I r '
tiiui'it for I
BY AUTHORITY.
New Jail Kuilrtimr. Hilo.
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Jail Huildiiig,
Hawaii.
of pcclfleil pcrloil will lie cIiiukciI in If coll
lull una.
ATT0KNLYS..IT.1,.IV.
Chas. M. LcBloud
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW
llnvrnllnii, Jnimtiene, nml Chliic-e Iiitcrptttcrt
ami Notnty Public ill Office
Office: SllVHKANCK IIUII.DINR,
OpiollcCoiir llmme, 1111.(1, HAWAII
J.CASTUt RlIM'.WAY TlIOS.C. KlDGWAY
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATTOKNHYSAT.I.AW
tollcltom of rnlcnla Oeiicrnl I,nw Prnctlct
1III.O, HAWAII.
Notary Public in Office.
Ol'l'ICH : Wnianiieiiue nntl IlriilKC Streets
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Wftlnnuciiuo St.
Proposili will be received nt
of the Superintendent of Public
Ilonoliilii, T. H., until i j o'clock m. of
June i j, 1905, for the construction of n
Two Story Jnil llullilinK nl Hilo. Hnwiiii,
T. II.
Plnnsnnd specifications nre on file with
the Assistant .Superintendent of Public
Works nnd K. K. Hiclmrds, Hilo, Ha
waii, copiesof which will be furnished
intending bidders on receipt of $ 00,
which sum will be returned after deposit
iiiK bid nnd returning plans and specifi
cation!).
No proposal will be entertained nnlcsi
submitted 011 the blank forms furnished,
enclosed In n scaled clielnpc, addressed
to C. S. llolloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed
"Proposil for New Jail ntiildlng, Hilo,"
and delivered previous to 12 o'clock ill.
of the day specified.
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject nuy or all
bids.
C. S. IIOLLOWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., May 16, 1005. 30 a
jk COUNTY TICKET IS NAMED
BY FUSION OF TWO PARTIES
ULEfSS AND DEMOCRATS JOIN
JAPANESE LABORERS BREAK
OUT IN OPEN REVOLT ON MAUI
LEGAL NOTICES.
- - ar -ts
HKAIi KSTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
AGUNT
1MRIJ, ACCIDKNT AND MARINI5
INSURANCli
Walnnucnue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In Pkoiiatk At Ciiamiiims.
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"i hik iirmcr 111 uic ivvnic Ol lillUKUIS
Hilo, Hawaii GORDON of Ktiknihacle. llaiiiakun.
deceased.
The petition of David Porbcs Aduiin
istrator of the estate of George Gordon,
deceased, having been filed, wherein lie
asks that his acconnts be examined and
approved and that a final order be made
Of distribution of the mnnprtv ri-tiinlitl..,r
ill his hands to the persons entitled
thereto, nnd discharging him from all
further responsibility as such administra
tor, and that bis bondsmen be released
from all further reliability as such.
- X T TT 1 ) T T ' 1 n It is ordered that Tuesday the J7H1 day
W. JHL. jD.tL.Cjr0 lO.U'i'ic. I95. nt 10 o'clock, n. 111 , Is the
. f.ttW. C.t flip llnn.liu. . nl.1 .. ...!.! 1.. .1.
1 ....... svfc .... .i.iiiii; a.iiti iviuiuii, 111 iue
I courtroom of tin? I'nnrili n,,.,,), rn.,.i .,,
South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and
lilacc all iH-rsons liilercslnil tn iv nnn.nr
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nun snow-eause, 11 any iney Have, why
INTKRPRHTI5R ANn
TRANSLATOR
(ICuglish and Hawaiian)
Commission and Ilusluess Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Kxeculor. Rents and Hills Collected..
Olfice with I. K. Rn. Telephone 146
9
A S. LeBaron Gurney
AUCTIONKER
COMMISSIONS
PROMPTLY J.Xl'.CUTF.D
FROM STRUHT
OPPOSITF. SPRFCKHLS' IIUILDING
Wilhoiit tiny ostentation or the sounding of brass, the Home Rulers
and Democrats of the Hig Island quietly assembled in the Ptttico church
on last Thursd.iy and nominated a formidable county ticket.
l"ew realized the meaning of so many distinguished citizens in the
community on the named day nnd labored under the mistaken idea that
all greatness was centered in the Republican Convention. There were
delegates from all parts of the Island and big Sam Woods arrived on the
Iviu an Wednesday niirlit with n striinr m" rIilriTnii In tiiu t.-nl-n
Uyn prearranged program, the Home Rulers nnd Democrats agreed
iu "Mm: "ii ii iiiauju uckvi, aim were successtiu in divKitng Honors, the
nomin.rions for sheriff and county clerk going to the Home Rule party
and the naming of the county attorney and auditor to the Democrats.
The delegates had gathered early and Chnirman Kalaiwaa presided
over the convention. Nominations were made amid flights of oratory
and an effulgence of praise. There was no opposition to William
Keolauui. candidate for sheriff at the last county election, and he was
the unanimous choice of the convention. T. K. Iilakea, the former
Home Rule supervisor, secured the nomination for Treasurer. Win, K.
Hdmonds, who was elected at the last county election as tax assessor
and collector, was slated for the position of County Clerk. Chas.
Maguire of Kona was chosen for the party's candidate for Auditor.
Chas. Williams of Honokaa succeeded in getting on the ticket for
County Attorney.
The Supervisors nominated for the various districts are as follows:
Puna, J. V. Kouioku (Dem.); Hilo, R. H. Lyman (H. R.) and John T.
Hnktir fTVlllV TTninnl-nn V Vt fnl-nt-r... TT t . V1...1 T? -1.
Woods (Dem.); Kona, K. Kalaiwaa (H. R. and D.); Kau, O. T. Ship
man (Dem.).
For DeniltV fsIierifTn fnr thr vnrinna illntrlr-tc tio fi.cirv,. 4,Vl.r,i in
follows: Puna, S. II. Haaheo; South Hilo, K.M. Kohou; North Hilo,
- v. aiiiiiuuii'i, jr.; uamaKua, jomi Knutpiiolc; Soulli Koliala, J. K
Kawai, Jr.; North Kohala, Geo. Baker; Kona, J. W. Keliikoa; Kan,
(none.)
(Uy Wireless to Tint Triiiunk.)
Honolulu. MnV 22. A hlo- ctrit-o nC T.i, .,.,.,. Il t... .
at the Pioneer Mill Co' m5t' Z t" CC"?'??.?.. ' ils. ccl ,rC(
i . r . ,. :: I'...'" """! 'iii. iMjur iiuiHireiiniii
six y men fighting. Three men killed. Kinau has Icfi u-itl. .,.nini
police and two companies of militii.
Marchioness of Waterforcl Is Dead.
London, Kugland, May 20. -The Marchioness of Waterford is dead.
Children's Day Exercises.
The Sabbath School of the First Foreign Church will observe the
(.nv Wireless to Tint Tribunk.)
Latest Sugar Quotations.
O T ! r . -r -
oaii I'raucisco, uai.. ftiav 21. o(j" Test Ccntriliiirniq. aii
ton, $86.30. S8 analysis beets, its 6d; per ton, S88.60.
per
ICHTAHI.ISHKll 1H5H.
BISHOP & CO.
Bankers.
Honolulu - - Oaiiu, II. I.
IV
the prayer of said petition should not be
granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 19, 1905.
lty the Court:
A.S LHHARON GURNF.V, Clerk.
Uy Chas. Hitchcock, De:,uty Clerk
Ridowav & RlIir.WAV,
Attorneys for Ustale. 30-4
Noliee to Creditors.
Transact a General Hanking anil Hx
change business
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Crcditlssiied.nvailableiiinllthti principal
cities of the world.
Special attention given to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either as Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Hxchauge.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chamiikrs In Pkoiiatk.
In the matter of the Ustale of M. V.
HOLM F.S, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been coiifiriiifit nc iV.
.ecutor of the last will and Testament
of M. V. Holmes, deceased, and that
all persons having claims against the es
tate of said deceased, whether secured or
otherwise, are required to present them to
the undersigned, duly verified, within six
months from the date of this notice,
otherwise said claims, if any, will be
forever barred.
I F.VKRF.TT N. HOLM F.S.
1 Hxecutnr of the will of M. V. Holmes,
deceased.
1 W. S. Wish,
I Attorney for Hslate.
Hilo, May 1, 1905. 37.4
FURNISHED ROOMS
IIV DAY, WF.F.K OR MONTH.
j Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
b5 pleasantly located on
PITMAN STREET
$ NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
fi Facing mi Court House and Hilo Hotel
r- Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
Terms Reasonable.
C. F. BRADSHAW
"t Proprietor. 43
JiV, WH. G. IRWIN& CO., Ltd.
Sugar Factors,
Commission Agents
Sole Agents
National Cane Shredders,
Baldwin Locomotives,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PHASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL U. S, A.
TIIK
FIRST BANK OF HILO
I LIMITUO.
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
1 Territory of Hawaii.
I CAPITAL, fjoo.ooo.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
The Japanese Occupy Yande Pass.
St. Petersburg, Russia, May 20. The Japanese have occupied Yande
Pass
Secretary of Navy Will Resign.
Secretary Morton will resign bis office
Washington, D. C, May 20
on July 1st.
Saloniea, May 20. The Turkish
fighting here .since Wednesday.
Greek Meets the Turk.
troops and the Greeks have been
Tacoina, Wash., May
fight September 19th.
Sullivan and Mitchell Will Fight.
19. Sullivan and Mitchell have signed to
Japan Will Remove Emperor of Korea.
bt. reterMimrg, Kussia, May 20.
remove the hmpcror of Korea
Shiuiouosctt.
-It is reported that Tanan intends to
in contravention of the treaty of
I'. I'HCK . rrenldtnt.
C. C. KHNNl'.DY Vlcc-1'rcn.
JOHN T. MOM. .met VUe-l'rm.
C. A. hTOIIIK Cnnliur.
A It JACKhO.N Stcrilnry.
DMI'.CTOUh'
Jului Willi. J0I111 J.Ornct,
I'. H. I,)innii, II. v. l'litun,
Win. I'ullar, w. II.HIiiiniinii.
Ilmw Uxclninge nn
1 n II ink of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Jlunk...S.iii Fi.mclsco
Wells. Fnrgo ,t Co's ll.ink New York
The National Hank of the Re- j , ,
public Chicago
lOlyun, Mills, Clirrie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank-) Hongkong,
ing Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Sh.inghai Hank- ) Sliaugliai,
) China.
ing Corporation.,
Hongkong-Shaugliai Hank
ing Coiporatlou
Yokobamn
and Hiogo,
Japan,
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Riiiled by the Mouth 01 Year. Par
ticulars 011 Application,
' China Resents Exclusion.
WnsliiniMnn. D. P.. Mnv ?n 'P1m nmi,t!m .,i:i:,... r ....... ..
. o --- j - .... .iiiiub iiv.wiiiniuii- mi it new ex
clusion treaty nre not progressing on account of the wave of resentment
All ViUIUI.
No News From Toga.
St. 1'eter.sburir. Russia. Mav 18. Notvs nf n eMmiMi .,.?!, a,i.:i
, !... ! ...V ., . mill 4.UUIIIH1
iogu 11 .mxiuiiKiy iiwaiieo.
Killed in a Sham Battle.
Oklahoma City, O. T., May 19. Lieutenant Granville was killed
ueiu yi'siuriiiiy 111 a snnm oaitie.
Farewell to Ambassador Reid.
New York, May 19. A farewell banquet was. given to Whitelaw
Ueid, the departing Ambassador to Great Hritain.
The New Mexican Minister.
Chihuahua, Mexico, May 19. It is probable that Governor Knrimte
Kreel will be appointed Ambassador to the United States to succeed the
late Scuor Asptroz.
Municipal Ownership Does Not Pay.
Philadelphia, Pa., May 19. The City Council voted last night to
lease the municipal gas works to a private company for the term of
seventy-five years for the sum of twenty-five million dollars.
Major Carrington Is Dismissed.
A court-martial has dismissed Major Carring-
Manila, P. I., May 18.
ton from the nrmy.
Probable End of Teamster Strike.
Chicago, III., May 18. The teamsters strike will probably end in
forty-eight hours.
Sergius' Assassin Is Executed.
St. Petersburg, Kussia, May iS.KnleielT, the assassin of the Grand
Duke Sergius, has been executed at Moscow,
Annual Children's Day at the church next Sunday morning at 11
o clock, the rccular church sorvini linnr rr 1 .1... ..
.... , . ".-.. (. ..: vanillic, inu siiiicr-
intendeiit, with the assistance of the teachers of the Sunday School, has
nrnltiraH llin llln. !... -. II . '
i"--i""' ni lunuwiiiy cxcciiuni. iirogram:
PKOOKAM.
Organ Prelude Mrs J T rcwis
Doxology.
Song n.i c.i.,
O0,1B Tllfrilll riotinrl. ....,
Scnpture Reading Miss Deyo's and Mrs. Holmes' Classes
Prnvnr.
SonS"l Miss Guard's and Miss West's Classes
crostlc Miss Lyman's and Miss Sumner's Classes
"V Infant Department
" Miss Uonnenberg's Class
5crftu Miss Hill's Class
Anthem c,(J,r
ecitalion Infant Gradiiktiiig Class
o "FVi " Sunday School
Recitation..... Miss Lyman's Class
Recitation "The Loaves and U UIipq"
Soff '"V'MrTorrvU'nin'cc
?cc!la,t!on ;- Miss Ilapat's Class
Recitation and Song Graduating Class
Benediction
Organ Postluue Mrs j. T. 1ewis
Republican Executive Committee Chosen.
Immediately following the adjournment of the Rnniii.iwv,,, rni
convention Thursday nieht. the tiiemlmru nF iio p,,t.. r :..
were called together by R. A. Lyman, Jr., when an executive committee
wua seiv:i:ii:i.i, ;us lullOWS;
R. A. Lyman, Jr., chairman; J. McGuire, vice-chairman; Chas.
Akau, secretary; John T. Motr, treasurer; and the following committee
men Puna, G. D. Supe; North and South Hilo, K. K. Simmons; Ha
makua, N. T. Furtado; North and South Kohala, W. II. Kenton
North Kona. R. Wassman; South Kona, W. J. Wright; Kau, Dr W
A. Schwallie.
The active management of the campaign will be in charge of the
executive committee named above, but as nearly nil of the members of
the committee reside at a distance, the real work of the campaign will
probably fallen the shoulders of Chairman Lyman and Treasurer Moir,
who arc now making the preliminary arrangements.
Brown's Remarkable Nest Egg.
L. D. Brown, the Kaiwikt giant, farmer, pugilist and ex-police man
made a discovery of a nest egg in his hen coop last Sunday which threat
ens to change the outcome of the war between Russia and Japan. A
hasty glance at the remarkable egg would not impress one that the oval
body was different from other hen fruit, but a closer inspection discloses
the most delicate tracings on the shell, formed into queer symbols, in
bas relief. Prominent on one side of the egg is a blazing sun, with the
rays radiating to the four points of the compass. A half moon and a
shower of stars appear elsewhere. Near the apex is a cross, most sym
metrical in design, while on the reverse side is the face of a bearded man.
The Japanese who have seen the freak egg believe it to possess wonderful
power and tobe an omen of good or bad import, nstheirimnghiationsare
allowed freedom and a little encouragement by Brown's recital of his find
ing the egg among a lot of other eggs in alien's nest.
Brown has been offered $300 for the prize, which he has steadfastly
refused. Which hen it was that laid the "golden egg," Brown declares
he does not know, but he is laying for that hen. Iu case the egg were
to hatch out. Brown is not nronnrnd n nv .lmi 'ni,i,i i... r,. t. ...:. ...
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but some jokester has been unktnd to say it might be a cross between a
Japanese and a bantam rooster. At any rate the Japanese arc flocking
to Kaiwiki to get a look at this wonderful freak of nature and specula
tion is rife as to the cause of the wonder.
Hamakua Homesteads Taken.
Sub-Land Agent George H. Williams went to Honokaa last Saturday
to receive applications for several small homestead lots in the Hamakua
district. All of the laud is agricultural land, partly cleared, and was
opened for settlement under the right of purchase lease system. Lot 7
Ahualoa homesteads, contninimr nn nron nf r,r r. o . : ...'
Joe de Cotte at an appraised value of $657. Lot 19A, Ahualoa, having
ui. area 01 22.70 acres, went to ai. a. Diaz at an appraised valuation of
$227. Lot 3, at Nittpea, containing i6.8. acres, was disposed of to Mrs.
Kaona at an appraised value of 202. Lot 19, in the same locality, con
taining 40 acrss, went to Willie Iokia at ? 105, while N. P. Soares se
cured three small lots. Nos. -ir. 72 nnd . no-irrVcmii,,,, t ,.. ..'.'....
appraised value of $158. The appraised valuation was placed on each
of these homesteads at $10 an acre, and there were a number of appli
cants for each parcel disposed of under the right of purchase lease plan.
Registered at Volcano House.
The following guests were registered at the Volcano House during the
past week: Dr. L. S. Thomnson. Kiolititm s....,.i,M, K'o... n, wr a
Schwallte, Tahala; Tom Martinson, Waiohinu; C. Henry White, Nan
a I5 ?' Wal1' IIono,ull,i M,"s- A. Krascr, Mnhukonn; Miss O.
A. Arnold, Honolulu; James K. Jarvis and wife, Telluiide, Colorado'
R. J. Ford, Honolulu; J. A. Aheong, Honolulu; A. C. Palfrey, Papaa
loa; Frederick Irwin, M. D Hakalau: D. W. Mnn.1i.lHln. 1? n
lerry, Honolulu: V. Sakamaki. Olnn? n. nnnmn ni..n. 1.- a..i.'i n'i '
S. Matsuda, Tokyo, Japan; T. Aoki, Tokyo, Japan. ' l
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