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Till? WKHKIY Hir.O TRllHJNK, IIH.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, JUNK 20, 1905.
A c r lr J U m r J m &W ljc fflUor vUutnc. TUKSDAY, - JUNK 20, 1905 Enteied nt the PoslofTicc at Hilo, Ha waii, ns second-class matter l-UlU.ISlll'.l) KVKRV TUKSDAY. J. Castle Hidowav - Kditor I). W. MAKSH - lhldnesi Mnnngcr. TO-DAY'S OPPORTUNITY. Never was n fairer opportunity offered the people of Hawaii to gain the respect nnd confidence of the American people and the "po wers that be" at Washington, than to-day's first step in the experiment of local self-government. Men are judged ly their works anil not by their promises. The candidates on the republican ticket stand for definite principles, and have the moral courage to publicly declare their positions. If elected, they will fearlessly perform their duty, conscientiously and honestly, without fear or favor. They also have behind them the strong sup port of a unified republican party. What principles or platform the candidates on the fushion ticket represent, no one has yet discover ed, beyond an overweening desire for office. Few of these men are familiar with the duties and respon sibilities of self-government and do not annreciate the importance of the economical and faithful enforce ment of the laws. What progress or success can be expected in attain ing political independence by plac ing in such inexperienced hands the responsibilities of government and the custody of our county funds? It is time the voters awoke from their lethargy to the import ance of the situation. President Roosevelt hath wisely said "There are many qualities which we need alike in private cit izen and public man, three above all, and those three are cour age, honesty and common sense." Let us not permit personal differ ences or private grudges jeopardize the result of this election. The man who vents his spite or secret revenge by knifing the party at this critical stage deserves more to be pitied than to be despised. The broad minded republican, who seeks only to secure a faithful ad ministration of county government, will vote the straight republican ticket. In the interest of honest civil servants, clean and capable public officers and good government, the voters today will record their wishes at the polls we predict, result ing in a victory for the republican party. Tin; editor is so often impor tuned to turn his editorial columns in abuse upon a certain individual or thing against which the parties have a grievance, that we are cons trained to repeat the story of a Kansas editor who was asked by a merchant of the town to roast the city administration for permitting peddlers to come into the place and undersell the local tradesmen. This is what the editor wrote: "City dads, you will hereby take notice that you are roasted for per mitting peddlers to sell goods here. The merchant for whom we do this favor has his job printing done in Chicago." in response to the request of many Trihu.nk readers, we take pleasure in reproducing in this issue the sermon of Rev. Curtis K. Shields on the life and character of John Knox, the Scotch reformer, deliv ered at the First Foreign Church ou Sunday, June 41I1. As usual Honolulu must wash its dirty linen in public. What avail is it to the Governor, now that the administration has lost its hold on county matters, if the Sher iff of Oahu is a political henchman of his own or of somebody else? Thu Bribetaker. He who for office makes a chase May say he will not take a bribe, Though he intends when tu the place At Iloodlers' fountain to cmbibe And has one object in the race, Like other members of his tribe," Selected, l'or the accomodation of Elks and their friends, the election returns will be posted In the Club Rooms this evening. J tutfymtw ,i i K , TltK lULI.OT. II ov to Murk tlto Straight ItcpuliH can Ticket. l'or the benefit of renders oftlie Tki- hunk we print n few instructions ns to the method of marking the ballot: Upon entering the olliug booth to tiny ench voter will receive from the Clinirnistn of election inspectors it white ballot properly folded nnil If the voter be In ignorance of how to murk his ticket, upon request, one of the Inspectors tuny explain the method. Upon receiving the ballot so folded the voter w ill proceed to one of the compart incuts, lie should indicate his choice by marking a cross thus X oil the right hand side of the ballot opposite the name or names voted for. Care should be taken not to lace the cross outside of the sp ice at the cud of each name voted lor. If the cross overlaps the line or any other mark appears on the ballot, the vote will be thrown out on the final count, lleforc leaving the compartment, the voter is to refold his ballot and deliver the same thus folded to the Inspector of election in charge of the ballot box, who will deposit th ballot in the Ikjx. If a voter spoils a ballot he may have another on returning the spoiled otic 10 the Chair man. llelow appears the Republican ticket for the District of South Hilo properly marked: SUPERVISORS (Vote for two) linker," John T. " ' Desha. Stephen L. (Kiwlnl) X Lyman, Eugene Moir. John T. X COUNTY SHERIFF (Vote for one) KcolanuTf William M I Searle, John Cooper (Keoni KupajJX COUNTY CLERK (Vote for one) 'l-MmuudsTw'llllaurK1.""" " I l'ua, Sam K, COUNTY AUDITOR (Vote for one) Macuuire, C. K. T Wise, John 11. (KeonlWalkn) X COUNTY ATTORNEY (Vote for one) "WilTla" iams, Charles 1 T'X Wise, W. S. COUNTY TREASURER (Vote for one) "Lalakca, TTK. T JLvuian.RuftisA. (LupeLaimana) X DEPUTY SHERIFF (Vote for one) Fetter, William A. g TKA1SEI) IX .MUSIC. Excellent Work by Mrs. Jarrct T. Lewis' Students. The students' recitals given Friday nnd Saturday evenings within the par lors of the Hilo Hotel by the pupils of Mrs Jarret T. Lewis were n mnrked suc cess in every particular. Each vocalist and performer displayed the training of a master hand nnd their work reflected the strong personality of Mrs. Lewis' method of teaching. The evening's recital by Miss Cath erine Westervelt on Friday night was n musical treat to those who were fortunate enough to he present. Although hut sixteen years of ngc, this young lady under Mrs. Lewis' traiuiug, has develop ed into n skillful performer, interpret ing the most difficult passages with n clearness of enunciation and symathy ol expression, seldom found in older pia nists. Every number received enthusias tic applause. Miss Kuulci Ilapal ren dered in n pleasing manner n solo from Hcnschel, while Mrs. Lewis and Miss Liliuoe Hapal responded with a vocal duet from Safib, The program rendered Saturday night was listened to by n select nud fashion able audience. The numbers were hearti ly applauded, nnd Mrs. Lewis was the recipient of deserved praise for the high character oftlie work of her pupils. Cluuillno Departures, June 1(1, Miss McDonald, Miss Ward, Miss Thrum. W. Pullar and wife, Mrs. Win, Matsou nud timid, Miss Lurliue Matsou, C. P. Morse, W. R. Combs, Mis;, Donna, Judge O. M. Cunningham, Dr. Van Etten Dolph, S. S. Greener, C. S. Wol tcrs, Mrs. L. E, Edwards nud child, Dr. and Mrs. lloud, Mr. and Mrs. John 'Hinil.T. Lopletz, D.Tliaaiiuin, M. Lopes, J. Arail, C. McLennan, Dr. John Holland, Carl Wideman and wife, Mrs. Annie Al lien, Miss Ii. Combs, Mrs. W. F. Drake, Mrs. Aug. Ahreus, Miss Paris, Mrs. J. 'f. Moir, F. Il.iyle, C. A. Maroghan, E. A Von Arnswaldt and Ilermau Kohu. Cliiinibcrlaln's Colic, Cholera Diarrhoea Remedy. nud This remedy is everywhere ac- knowledgcd to be the most success ful medicine in use for Bowel Com plaints. It always cures, and cures quickly. It Can be depended upon even in the most severe and dan gerous cases. Cures griping, all kinds of diarrhoea, and at the first unusual looseness of the bowels should be taken. Sold by the Hilo Drug Co. Vti'a''''''' ' - fc llnilknnn 1'nflt ttinef nt f 'mivlftf ml. ' Joseph Kliiwc, formerly postmaster at Ilookcna, South Koun, was convicted in Judge Dole's Court nt Honolulu last week for embezzling $458.68, post olficc funds. The defense was that there wns no crimi nal intent ns Kcawa did not take the money to enrich himself, but squandered it in dissipation. It wasnlso shown that he had mndc full restitution to the United Slates for the money stolen, which under the law could not be accepted as condon ing the offense. The minimum sentence ol the law was imposed. l'lrst Foreign Cliurclw Sabbath, June 35, 1905, it a, ifi. "Walk worthily of the Lord increasing in the knowledge of God," Cor. 1:10. 7:30 p. 111, "Paul departed from Athens and came to Corinth," Acts tS:i, The benevolent collection for June will go towatd the support of n scholarship in the Hilo Hoarding School. BY AUTHORITY. Holiday Notice. Tuesday, July 4U1, being a legal holi day nil offices of the Territorial govern ment will be closed ou that day. G. R. CARTER Governor. Executive Ihiildlng, June 16, 1905. 34 a Department of Public Instruction. NOTICE. All outstanding bills for materials fur nished nud services rendered for this De partment during the year ending June 30th, 1905, should be presented nt this office duly certified, on or before July loth, if ou the Island of Oahu, nud on or before July 15th, If on the other islands. C. T. RODGERS, 34.1 Secretary. Executive Notice. The Gocruor directs that notice be given of the following Polling Places nud Inspectors of Election for the County Election to be held June 20th, 1905, for the election of County Olllcers. The first unmed Inspector in each Pre cinct nets ns Chairman. FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DIS TRICT. l'UKA, HILO AND HAMAKUA, ISLAND OH HAWAII. 1st Precinct. Polling place, Knlapnua School House. Inspectors: J. M. Kau wlla, J. K. Kaiwi, and J. W. Hauanlo, and Precinct. Polling place, Rpad Board Stables, n? Miles, Volcano Road. Inspectors: W. B. Naillma, Jr., T. W. Kekoaktilaua, and W. S. Ward. 311I Precinct. Polling place, Davics & Co.'s Warehouse, comer of Wnlakea nnd Kalcpolcpo roads. Inspectors: Win. Geo. Kiiihcnui, David Spalding, nnd H. j West 4H1 rrccinct. Polling place. Circuit Court House nt Hilo. Inspectors: Win. Vannnttn, Ira E. Ray, and Thos. II. Ah Leong. Sth Precinct. Polling place, P.ipaikou School House. Inspectors: G.V. Jakins, J. M. Kauhi, niidSimconn Paaluhi. 6th Precinct. Polling place, Honouiti Court House. Inspectors: J. It. Oliver, Win. Hay, nnd II, K. Unen. 7th Precinct. Polling place, Lnupa hochoe Court House. Inspectors: L, Daiugerfield, Win. Kittle, nnd . N. Kahuc, 8th Precinct. Polling place, Knohc School House. Inspectors: Albert Hor ner, Henry Louissou, and W. N. K. Knuahipaula. 9th Precinct. Polling place, Houokaa Court House. Inspectors: Chas. H. Fox, John Ai, and Geo. F. Hall. 10th Precinct. Polljng place, Kukul hacle School House. Inspectors: W. Horner, J. G. Jones, nnd Joseph Perez, Jr. nth Precinct. Polling place, Kapoho Ranch Hani. Inspectors: L. K, Kalawe, S. K. Keenoi, and J. A. K. Ohia. SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DIS TRICT. KOHALA, KONA AND KAU ISLAND Ol' HAWAII. ist Precinct. Polling place, Circuit Court House. Inspectors: A.K, Eldredgc, R. K. Naipo, anil S. II. K. Ne. and Precinct. Polling place, Waitnea Court House. Inspectors: C. II. Wells, Sam Kamal, ami T. W. Puakea. 3rd Precinct. Polling place, Circuit Court House at Knilun. Inspectors: Thos. Aiu, John Kcaweahawaii, nud J, K. Laiolm, 4H1 Precinct. Polling place, Kona waena School House. Inspectors: W. II. Grcenwcll, R. Wassumn, and G. W. II. Kaaona. 5th Precinct. Polling place, Hookena Court House. Inspectors: L. P. Lincoln, W. E. Wright, and Jos. Kaeo. 6th Precinct. Polliui! place. Patm School House. Inspectors: Jos. Holi, D. Kuupiko, nnd R, W. Kalalauwale. 7th Precinct. Polling pluce, Wniohinii Court House. Inspectors: Robert L. Wilhelm, J. N. Keouli, nnil F. C. Eaton. 8th Precinct. Polling place, Pahaln School House. Inspectors: John A. Moyer, J. Ikaaka, nud J, K. Iloopli. A. L. C. ATKINSON, Secretary of Hawaii, Per C. R. 11UCKLAND. Executive nulldiiig, Honolulu, Muy 31st, 1905, BY AUTHORITY. County Election Proclamation. WHEREAS, ACT 39 of the Regular Session of 1905 of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii provides that an Election shall be held on the Twen tieth day of June, A. D. Nineteen Hun dred and Five, for the first Election of Couiitv Officers, ami that n proclama tlon shall be made by the Governor Im mediately upon the pissngc nnd ap proval of slid Act: NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance therewith, I, GEORGE R. CARTER, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give notice that it special election for county officers of the several Coun ties of the Territory of Hawaii, will be held 011 Tuesday, the aoth day of June, A. I). 1905, between the hours of 8 o'clock A.M. nud 5 o'clock P.M., In each County throughout the Territory, except the County of Kalawao including Kulaupapn, Kalawao nud Walkoltl on the Island of Molokai. THE COUNTIES ARE AS FOLLOWS: 1. THE ISLAND OF OAHU nnd nil other Islands in the Territory not in cluded in any other County, anil the waters adjacent thereto, shall be the County of Oahu, with its County Sent at Honolulu. a. THE ISLAND OF HAWAII nnd nil other Islands lying within three nautical miles of the shores thereof, nud the waters adjacent thereto, shall be the County of Hawaii, with its County Sent nt Hilo. 3. THE ISLANDS OF MAUI, MO LOKAI, LANAI AND KAHOOLAWE nud all othc Islands lying within three nautical miles of the shores thereof, nud the waters adjacent there to, except that portion of the Island of Molokai known ns Kalaupapa, Ka lawao nud Waikolu nud commonly known nud designated as the Leper Settlement, shall be the County of Maui, with its County Seat nt Wni luku. 4. THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND NIIIIAU and all other Islands lying within three nautical miles of the shores thereof, nud the waters adjacent thereto, shall be the County of Kauai, with its County Sent nt Lihtic. COUNTY OFFICERS. COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED: FOR THE COUNTY OF HAWAII. SEVEN SUPERVISORS, one of whom shall be elected from the Districts of North Kohnlii nud South Kohala; 1 from the Districts of North Koun nud South Koun; 1 from the District of Knu; 1 from the District of Puna; 1 from the District of Hamakun; nnd a from the Districts of North and South Hilo. SHERIFF, who shall be ex-officio Coroner; COUNTY CLERK, who shall be ex-officio Clerk of the Hoard of Su pervisors; AUDITOR; ASSESSOR nnd TAX COLLECTOR; COUNTY AT TORNEY; TREASURER; nil to b elected by the duly qualified Electors of the County. DEPUTY SHERIFF, nud a DEPUTY ASSESSOR and TAX COLLECTOR, to be elected by the qualified Electors of each nnd every District. REGISTRATION PRE CINCTS. The Registration Precincts arc ns fol lows: FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. I'linn, Hilo und lliiiuukuii, Island of llinwiil. FIRST PRECINCT That portion of Pima lying south of Ke.iau and from the eastern boundary of Kau to the eastern boundary of Kamiiili, following that boundary to and along the western boundary of the Kaohe homesteads and a Hue the extension thereof to the boun dary of Keaau. Polling Place Kala paua School House. SECOND PRECINCT The lands of Keaau and Olaa. Polling Place Road Board Stables; 11 J miles Volcano Road. THIRD PRECINCT That portion of Hilo lying between Puna nud Ponnhnwai Street and Road ami the line of its ex tension to the sen, Polling Place Davics & Co.'s Warehouse, comer of Waiakea nud Knlcpolepo Roads. FOURTH PRECINCT That portion of Hilo lying between the Third Pre cluct and the Houolii Stream. Polling Place Circuit Omrt House ut Hilo. FIFTH PRECINCT That portion of Hilo lying between Houolii Stream and the laud of Makahnualoa. Polling Place P.ipaikou School House. SIXTH PRECINCT That portion of Hilo lying between the Fiftli Precinct nud the bed of the Waikaumnlo Gulch. Polling Place Hoiiomu School House. SEVENTH PRECINCT That por- tiou of the First Election Disttict lying between the Sixth Precinct und the boundary of Hamakua, including the laud of Humuiila. Polling Place Lau pa hochoe Court House. EIGHTH PRECINCT That portion of the First Election District lying be- - ,;' tween the Seventh Precinct and the j I lauds of Knlopn. Polling Place Knohe School House. NINTH PRECINCT That portion, j of the First Election District lying be tween the Eighth Precinct nud the bed of the Malauahac Gulch. Polling Place Houokaa Court House. TENTH PRECINCT That portion of the First Election. District lying be twecu the Ninth Precinct nud Koh.iln District. Polling Place Kuktiihacle School House. ELEVENTH PRECINCT The bal lance of Puna lying south of the Sec ond Precinct nud east of the First Pre cinctPolling Place Knpoho Ranch Darn. SECOND REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT. (volutin, Koun nud Knu, Island of llintiill. FIRST PRECINCT North Kohala. Polling Place Circuit Court House. SECOND PRECINCT South Kohala. Polling Place Wniiiicn Court House. THIRD PRECINCT That tortlon of North Kona lying north of the north erly boundary of Iloltialoa nud n Hue running from the north corner of Ho lualoa to the south corner of Puuanaliulu. Polling Place Circuit Court House nt Knilun. FOURTH PRECINCT That portion of the Second Election District bounded by the Third Precinct, Hatnakiia, Kau, the cast boundaries of Kcalia I, Killac, Kcokm nnd Ilonniinnu, the north boun dary of Honnuiiau nud the sea. Poll ing Place Konawaeun School House. FIFTH PRECINCT That portion of South Konn lying between Keel a, nud Olclouioaun 1. Polling Place Hookena Court House. SIXTH PRECINCT That portion of South Koun lying between the Fifth Precinct and Kuu. Polling Place Papa School House. SEVENTH PRECINCT That por tion of Kuu lying between South Kona and Punaluu. Polling Place Waiohinu Court House. EIGHTH PRECINCT The remainder of Kau. Polling Place Puhnln School House. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand nnd caused the seal of the SEAL Territory of Hawaii to be affixed. DONE AT THE EXECU TIVE I1UILDING, in Hono lulu, this 17th day of April, A. D. 1905. G. R. CARTER. By the Governor, A. L. C. ATKINSON, Secretary of Hawaii. WHEREAS, ACT 54 of the Regular Session of 1905, of the Legislature oftlie Territory of Hawaii, has amended Act 39, entitled "An Act Creating Counties Within the Territory of Hawaii and Providing for the Government Thereof," by striking out the words "an Assessor and Tax Collector" in Section ia, Chap ter 6 of said Act 39, nud by striking out the words "and a Deputy Assessor und Olaa FOR SALE FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO. LIMITED. P. O. BOX 346. THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART JXJJSZJZ, 1905. MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS: S. M. T. 4 6x 13 Doric Ventura 20 27x J Mongolia II Nevadan 12 tSonouia 14 18 25 10 Manchr'a 28 tMiowera Alameda 26 Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast. Vessels whose names appear IIELOW the dote DEPART for the Coast. Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; () To Victoria; It. C; (J) To Yokohama. S. S. Kiuau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 n. m. S. S. Manila Lou's mail closes in Hilo ou Saturdays and Tuesdays marked (x) at 2:15 p. tu., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later. Subscribe for the Hilo iMNkwtetiii, Tax Collector" in Section 13, Chapter 6 of said Act: NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance therewith, I, GEORGE. R. CARTER, Governor of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give notice that nil references made to the election of Assessors nnd Tax Collectors, mid Deputy Assessors nnd Tax Collectors, in the County Eke tlon Proclamation issued by uie ou the 17th day of April, A. I). 1905, arc hereby eliminated; and that no Assessor nnd Tnx Collector, nnd no Deputy Assessor and Tax Collector will, or can, be elected nt the First Election of County Officers to be held 011 the twentieth day of June, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and Five, nor will the names of any person or persons be received or printed upon the ballots ns candidate or candidates for such office or offices. IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand nnd caused the seal of the Territory of Hawaii to be SEAL affixed. DONE AT THE EXECU TIVE BUILDING, in Hono- lulu, this 3rd dny of Muy, A. D. 1905. G. R. CARTER. THE FIRST BANK OF HILO LIMITl'D. Incorporated Under the Lawi of th Territory of Hawaii. CAPITAL, Jaoo.ooo. PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO. P. PHCK Prwldint. C. C. KKNNKDY Vlcc-Prn. JOHN T. MOHl.md Vlce-Prci. C. A. STOIIIK Cthlr. A. H. JACKSON Secretary. DIKIICTOKBi John Watt, John J. Grace, f.B. Lyman, II. V. I'attca, Wiu. Pullar. W. II. Bblpraan. Draw Exchange on I n Bunk of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu Wells, Fargo & Co. Bank. ..San Francisco Wells. Fargo & Co's Bank New York The National Bank of tin Re-) pl . public Chicago Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon Hongkong-Shanghai Bank- I Hongkong, ing Corporation. ( China. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-) Shanghai, ing Corporation- J China. Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-) ',ko,,',",n' ing Corporation '"J.jSf ' SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Rented by the Month or Year. Par ticulars on Application. "Monarch Shirts." Our new Hue for the spring of 1905 haa just come to hand. Decidedly the best assortment cud the choicest designs ever ofTercd ill Hilo. L. TURNER CO.. Ltd. Property 75 Acres, Unim proved; Lot No. 318, near '23- Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101, near Russian Settlement. Hiijyiiis' Place p Acres, Im proved; House, Sta b 1 e s, Office I Buildings, etc., Volcano Road. HONOLULU, HAWAII. W. T. F. S. 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