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HIL,0, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN! ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1906.
No. 29.
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PUIlUSHKO KVKKY TUU8UAY
Office, Kino strkkt, IIilo, Hawaii
Tkuunb block.
Hllo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd
Publishers and Proprietors.
President C. C. Krnnkhy
Vice-President I). W. Maxrii
Secretsry-1 rensurer J. W. Marsh
Auditor - K. I. 1,1 1 Lit
Klrcctors - O. A. Cool, 0. McLennan
AdrertliemenU unaccompanied by specific
iustructlons limerted until ordered out.
Adrerllsetnents discontinued before expiration
of specified period will be charged as If con
tinued for lull term.
Mortgagee's Notice of
Intention to Foreclose
and of Sale.
MILITARY
AUTHOR
nJfillf a tlJf Aitt !ftMrt lllnt riiiuiiaMl 1 CnM T?n u2 If. .. . - rlil ' - f . .. . .
,.,,,,.,,,!,,, .."," -'"-w, luayn. me Marines doing guard duty in tbe burned
the power of sale contained in that cer- district have been withdrawn, and'it is expected that the civil authorities
tain uiortztiKe made bv Mrs. Lerjeka will be able to n'inpn tlif, !, oiMt.re c..
ITY GIVES PLAGE TO CIVIL
ATT0KSEY8-AT-L1W.
pt:
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Chas. M. LeBlond
" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
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Hawallsu, Japanese, and Chinese Interpteleca
" and Notary Public In Office.
Office: Sbvkranck Building,
Opposite Cour House, IIILO, HAWAII
C. Henry White
tATTORNEY-AT-LAW
'AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Haw " LAgentjto Grant Marriage Licenses
BkV, , NAALEHU, - - . HAWAII
HP'; I. E. RA.Y
HP' ' .ATTORNEY - AT - LAW
V;' and NOTARY PUBLIC
. Waianuenue St. ' Hllo, Hawaii
Bfar;- J. L. Kaulukou
Rfc.'., ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Hti OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
jHp- - IIILO, HAWAII
IHa ' ,q t jlEAL ESTATE," ETC
F. S. LYMAN
it.i!mt
FIRE, ACCIDENT AND MARINE
INSURANCE
Waianuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
tain mortgage made by Mrs. Lepeka
Kauakahi and John Kauakahl, her
husband, as niortgagors, of Honokaia,
Haniakua. Hawaii, to Jos. Burklnshnw.
of Honokaa, Hamaktta, Hawaii, as mort
gagee, dated the ajrd day of February,
A. D. tool, and recorded in the office of
the Registrar of Conveyances In Hono
lulu, Oahtt, Territory of Hawaii, in Liber
aao, on Pages 152 and 153, the said Jos.
BuJkinshaw, mortgagee, intends to fore
close the said lnortiiaee for condition
broken, to wit: the non payment of both
principal and interest when due, and
upon such foreclosure, the mortgagee
will sell the premises described in the
said mortgage at public auction in front
of the Telephone Office at Honokaa. Ha-
tnakua, County of Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, on Friday, the 35th day of May,
A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock noon Of said
day.
JOS. BURKINSHAW,
Mortgagee.
The premises covered by the said mort
mortgage and to be sold as above con
sist of:
All that certain piece or parcel of land
situated at Kuaikalua, Haniakua, Ha
waii, described fully in R. 1. 3771 and
L. C. A. 8381, together with all and
singular the teuements. hereditaments
and appurtenances thereunto belonging
or in any wise appertaining.
Further particulars can be had from
M. T. Furtado, attorney for the mortgagee.
Terms: Cash, U. S. cold coin. Deeds
at the expense of purchasers.
Dated April ai, 1906, at Honokaa,
Hawaii.
May 1, 8, 15, aa
will be able to dispense with the soldiers soon.
This is one thore indication that matters are getting back into some
thing like the normal shape in Sari Francisco. The people are about
ready to take care of their own cottirns without any further assistance
from the national government, so Air as keeping order is concerned.
The cables have also brought the. information that the Spreckels refin
ery was also running full blast, amUtbat all hands there were at work.
Kvidelltlv it i the intniitinn nt tUfici. mAet 1.t.. !... .l-.i !.. .1.- r.-i.
of the city to see that its industrial'actlvities are resumed as rapidly as
pusaiuic.j
Saloons Remain Closed.
Onlflnnn. AfViv rr Tnimr Ql,ra line n-.M...MA.j ,t.t &i 1 :..
.. j , ... ,,v., uwuu,,,!. uj uuiiuuHwu iuui lucsuiuuns in
ban Francisco will remain closed indefinitely.
1 ue snenlt ol ban Mateo couiityha made a request that martial law.
be declared in that county, in orderfo close the saloons.
siigni enrtuquaice was telt at 2 pcloek this aftemooiv
Chances for Refund Bill.
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W. H. BEERS
INTERPRETER and
.TRANSLATOR
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission and Business Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Rents aud Bills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ray. Telephone 146
9
Av S. LeBaron Gurney
w .aucti9neer
COMMISSIONS
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
FRONT STREET
OPPOSITE SPRECKELS' BUILDING
CO.
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UHTADL1HH1CD iMflH
BISHOP &
Bankers.
Howolulti - - Oauu, H. I.
Transact a General Banking and Ex
change business
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Creditissued, available in all the 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 Exchange.
FURNISHED ROOMS
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
PITMAN STREET
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks, A quiet, pleasant retreat.
, Terms Reasonable,
C. F. BRADSHAW
Proprietor. 43
To Shippers.
Hoolalia Munao Paniku
a Kuiii a ka Mea Paa
Moraki.
Ke hoolaha la aku nei i kulike ai me
ka luana kual e paa ia nei tnaloko o ke
kahi moraki i liana a e Mrs. Lepeka
Kauakahi ante John Kauakahl, kana
kane mare, na mea moraki uiai, o Hono
kaia, Haniakua, Hawaii, ia Jos. Burkiu
shaw, o Honokaa, Haniakua, Hawaii,
ka mea e paa nei i ka moraki, i hana ia
ma ka la 33 o Feberuari, A. D. iooi, a i
hoopaa ia maloko o ke Keena Kakau
Kope ma Honolulu, Oahu, Teritori o
Hawaii, iloko o ka Buke a3o, ma na Aoao
152 ame 153, a o Jos. Burklnshaw i
olelo ia, ka mea e paa nei 1 ua moraki la,
ke manao nei e paniku 1 ua moraki la 1
olelo ia no ke kutnu ka uhaki ia o na
olelo o loko, oia hoi: ka hookaa ole ia o
ke kumupaa ame ka ukupauee I ka wa e
uku ai, a mamuli o ka manao e paniku,
e kuai kudala aku ana ka mea e paa nei i
ka moraki ma ke akea i na pa hale i bo-
ike ia maloko o ua moraki la i olelo la,
ma ke alo o ke Keena TelcDonn. ma
Honokaa, Haniakua, Kalana o .Hawaii.
Teritori o Hawaii, urn ka Poalima, la as
o Mel, A. D. 1906, ma ka bora 12 o ka la
i olelo ia.
JOS. BURKINSHAW,
Mea Paa Moraki.
O na pa hale i paa maloko o ua moraki
la 1 olelo la a e kual kudala ia aku ana
ma ke akea, e like me ia i holke la ma
luna ae nei, oia iho keia:
O kcla apana a i ole pauku aina e wa
iho nei ma Kuaikalua, Haniakua, Ha
waii, a i honkaka piha ia maloko o ka
R. P. 3771 ame ka L. C. A. 8381, me na
pono apau a hook ah i paha o na kuleana
hoolimalima ame kekahi mau pouo e ae
e pill nra 1 ua apana aina la.
No na mea aku i koe e uiuau la M. T.
Furtado, lolo no ka mea paa moraki.
Dala kuike. Ma ke dala gula o Ame
rlka. Na 1116 hana palapala ka poe e
llloal.
Hana ia ma kit la 21 o Aperila, 1906, urn
Houokaa, Hawaii.
Mei 1,8, 15, aa
Washington, D. ., April 12. Delegate Kalaniauaole has made two
visits recently to President Roosevelt, with reference to the refunding
j .""".Hawaii These were for the purpose of securing the President's
aid in bringiug Representatives Payne and Dalzell into line for the legis
lation at least to check any active opposition from them.
a ue i-rcsiueiu wanted ine uelegate to furnisli liim with certain docu
ments bearing on the refunding bill from which he could make up a
letter. 1 hese have been supplied and the President's letters to Messrs.
Payne and Dalzell have probably been written before this.
As indicated by advices, the cause of the refunding bill is
looking up and the chances seem fair for it to be enacted by the House
at this session. If it goes through the House there is 110 telling how
speedily the Senate can dispose of it. -
Spreckels Refihery Running.
Oakland, May 10. The Spreckels sugar refincy is now running
banded.
full
The Relief Fund.
Oakland, May 10. The relief fund for San Francisco has now reached
$5.3'8,4Gi. -(
s'
Preparing ttf;Pay Losses.
Oakland. MtlV O. Tlif vm-lnna IWanrai. rmnnMiV ...iMf ., u:..
j -,. . n..u .VwHaHi.w wuuipuillWJ Will 3UUII uciu
to pay the losses due on the San -Francisco fire.
Food Kitchens Established.
Oakland. Mnv 8. Opnpml Ctpppv n.lin to In r..n..ri r t. tt.....i
C V,7' - '-j .. " .. ... vuuiiuauu Ul IUC Will IU11
States military at San Francisco, is establishing food kitchens about the
city.
The banks of San Francisco have plenty of money with which to
handle the situation and meet various demands upon them.
Wholesalers Housed.
San Francisco, May 5. -The wholesale merchants will soon be housed
along the line of the Southern Pacific, south of Townsend street. De
finite action to this end was taken at their meeting held yesterday at
1.12 1 Sutter street, which was attended by most of the large wholesalers
of the city. ,
The Coffee Tariff.
Dr. Tared G. Smith who rerAtitlv rM.irnrl fmm Vo.?i.;rr., ....,.,
hevent for the purpose of working to have a protective tariff placed on
coffee so that the growers in Hawaii could profitably raise coffee, reports
that the tariff mav be Dlaced on rnfTcp whpn fVinorcs toi.- ,.. ,1,. ...k
ject of revision.
"I found when I reached Washington," says. the Star, quoting Mr.
Smith. " that thprp ivnn vrv Hill 1troi;i,r.n ,,P-,,. .!.! . .,.-
subject of tariff revision this sessioaand until then there is no possibility
. vuiumiug nuai i wciu ior, ma. is, a proiective Dounty on coltee.
" The sentiment of the people as regards tariff is for a decrease instead
of an increase. Peonle are nnt- vprv ontlmcinctio mmr n tnr;rr.. n-
although there is a strong party working for it from Porto Rico. There
ia uiuic ui u cuuure 01 ooiainiug a airect oounty.
" I think it would nav to nttpmnt in Hpvplnn n mnrtat fnr T-Tn... ::.,..
coffee. The demand is not creat now but it could hp mnrlp n T iii,,
in spreading out. There are other remedies than tbe one of going to
Congress. Let neonle know that iw rnUp n-nnrl r-ntfnn t Ki;n..o .,.
the Promotion Committee would assist in the work. Influence public
opinion in favor of our coffee and then the tariff would take care of
itself. The president is very favorably inclined towards giving Hawaii
assistance and the future lies with the growers here."
UpperHouse Opened.
St. Petersburg, May 11. The" upper house of Parliament has opened.
Trouble in Zululand.
Durban, Africa, May n. One thousand Zulus are proceeding to ibin
forces with the insurgent chief Bambaata. Serious trouble is feared.
Russian Parliament Opened.
St. Petersburg, May 11. Elaborate ceremonies marked the openinir
Of the Russian Parliameni vpnfprflnv- 1, -,.... ..a: '..,. ;
a hitch of any kind. The speech from the throne, deliver, hv ti,A
Czar Nicholas in person, was disappointing, particularly because 11b
mention was made in it of amnesty for political prisoners.
The opening of the Douma was made the occasion of general rejoicitiir
throughout the Empire. b
110,000 Men on Strike,
Paris, May 10. The strikes are still continued. 1 io.obo men are out.
Senator Gorman III.
Washington, May 9. Senator Gorman is seriously ill.
Against Drug Trust.
Washington, May 9. The Attorney General has begun his suit
""l l"K UlUg UlOl.
Higher Insurance Rates. ;
Chicago, May 9. The rates have been raised by the various insur
ance companies in this city.
Verdict Set Aside.
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All trelght sent to ships by our launches
wiu ue cuargeu 10 snippers unless accom
panletl'by unwritten ordi
lains.oi vessels
jotf
ler from the cap-
R. A. LUCAS & CO.
tiilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Lights Installed
In accordance with the rules of tbe Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on band.
Fan Motors . . 915
Fan Motors, swivel frame g
Sewing Machine Motor SO
Power fur operating them $1 a month
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
Honolulu. MaV II. Tiulirc MnrtltPivmnn nf Vnili.o lino 0, :,! ..
verdict iii the case of David K. Baker vs. A. M. Brown, et al wherein
Baker was awarded damncres for hpimr eifWpri fmm a cM,nni i,,. r
which he had taken oossession. Tinlepr hrm,nti a,,;, en . nnn ,i.
ages ncainst A. M. Brown, the late A. T Attrlncn,, ttm,, Q.r,0;.,,,i
of Schools, Lorrin A. Andrews, sheriff of Hawafrand George P. Ka
mauoha. The jury brought in a verdict assessing damages against
Brown for $505, against Atkinson for $2,500 and against Andrews and
Kamauohe for one dollar each.
The verdict was set nside on motion by Deputy Attorney General
Prosser, after long consideration, on the grounds that the jury had as
sessed separate damages while the suit had been brought for joint
damages.
Another Half Million.
Washington. Mav a. President Hnncmmif Una noi,,i '1 . '
-rSn, lT1.-; -.III! '. .Jij.!"". r - " . '" tU"K'C l" V
i..U...,.iv. ,,i a luiiiiuu uuuiuunui ior oan francisco.
Canadian Pacific Hold-Up.
Vancouver, May 9 The Imperial Limited on the Canadian Pacific
was held up last night near Kamloops, The robbers obtained nothing.
Fatal Train Wreck.
San Jose, Cal., May 9. The overland limited train was wrecked near
Injured d,tched- One person was killed and nianypasseiigere
A Speedy Trip;
New York. Mav o. President Wnrrlmnn ffi.o. c...i n.-; . .
arrived 111 San lraiicisco, liavinc made the run in his ,,epini imi -.
ltMtf Ar1 m 3..4Ah
hours and 27 minutes.
in 71
Tobacco Plantation.
Honolulu, May u. Acting Governor Atkinson yesterday afternoon
Simied a nrorlnmnttnii cottinrr !! in.,, I. nr Tnn..:i- i . i. -
. , .. ..,.b ud.u. ,uuil ui uuuuu uuiucaicuus in na-
raakua for a tobacco plantation. Lot 17 is set aside for the department's
use for a term of three years, at the end of which it reverts to the Terr!.
tory. Mr. Smith and a number of associates are coiner into the matter
on quite an extensive scale. The experiment will be the first made here
in the regular field rnltivntinn nf tnh.iorn all nl,o.. .,il, r ,i
v. - ----- - . . .ww, ... uiuv.1 giutvm u lUUUWU
here Uaving been in the nature of small experiments. Private capital is
ijcuum me vemure aim tuose interested expect to get their returns from
the profits thereof.
Fraser to Azores.
install apparatus complete,
Honolulu, May 8. E. A. Fraser will join E. R. Stackable in San
Francisco and will accompany him to the Azores. If things go as ex
pected Fraser will remain in Europe after Stackable returns.
Fraser is the man who has had charge of the Hawaiian relief bureau
in San Francisco. He is well known here as a business man.
Stackable was the man chosen lv the Itnnrd nf rmmtn:n.. . . .
the Azores to obtain laborers for Hawai . He was rniirmm eniiept,.
Verdict of Murder.
Honolulu, May 9. A wireless message received from Deputy Attorney
General Prosser at Kona, announced that tbe jury today brought in a
verdict of murder in the first degree in the Okomotu case. The defend
ant was tried before Judge Matthewman.
Delegate For Alaska.
Washington May 8.The President has signed the bill giving a Dele
gate in Congress to Alaska. b - b - :
For the Yacht Race.
San
York.
Diego, May 8.--The Yacht Anemone has arrived from New,
The Anemone is an entry in the trans-Pacific race.
Repair of Public Buildings.
Washington, May 8. Secretary of the Treasury Shaw has asked for
... utitUjj..ulUU ui ?73o,uoo 10 repair public buildings in California.
Appeal to Courts.
Honolulu, May 8. Land Commissioner Pratt and Superintendent
Hollowayhaye been unable to agree as to their respective powers
connection with public lands in and about Honolulu, even after -ml init"
ting their differences to the attorney general, and as a result Pratt t is
mornimr filsd a nroceedinir in the snrem n.... ..... , .. l,,.,!,
secure a settlement of the points involved and, if the court so n!S' o
nrevent Hollownv fn.m flisr.!.. r -..: 1-... "i'., in
, ... ., j ...... ..juo.i.jj ul LCIIU1I1 IUIS,
. . .. .. w... vl ...wiwin iu uuiuin miiwcia iui nuwuu. ne was customs collector
.Electrical Work and Coutracis takemtoJ here and obtained a six months' leave of absence that he inleht net us
lllllull iilifu,,ll.nii.l.l. U...o.,.I'U.,.!IUi1 .. UIIJ,lll U1.1 U3
the agent of Hawaii in the matter
Sugar Men Indicted.
New York, May 4. The April Grand Jury, in concluding ts labors
today, handed down several sealed indictments in the sugar relmtSS
cases. The indictments are against the following: The Ame &
Sugar Refining Company the New York Central and Hmisoi 1 m
Railroad Company and Nathan C. Guilford, vice president of X c ,.,
pany; C. Goodlee EdBar and Edwin Earle, wholesale sugar fieri of
Detroit, F. L. Pomeroy, traffic manager of the New York Central
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