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HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1906.
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HUI1I.1S1IK1) KVKKY TUR3DAV
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and Notary Public In Office.
Office: Swvkranch Building,
Opposite Cour House. HILO, HAWAII
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NAALEHU. - - HAWAII
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ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
J. L. Kaulukou
OFFICE IN TRIBUNE BUILDING
KEAL ESTATE, ETC.
F. S. LYMAN
EFIRErACCIDENT AND MARINE
Walanuenue Street, - Hilo, Hawaii
A S. LeBaron Gurney
BISHOP & CO.
Honolulu - Oauu, H. I.
Tramact a General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letter ol
Credltissued, 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, eltlier as Deposits, collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH.
Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and
pleasantly located on
NEAR WAIANUENUE ST.
Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel
Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat.
C. F. BRADSHAW
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will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels.
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R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. 6, A.
Notice of Intention to '
Foreclose and of Sale!
by Mortgagee. , ,
Nctice is hereby given that by virtue
of a power of sale contained in that cer
tain indenture of mortgage dated the i
13th day of November, A. D. 1933, made
by and between Hoi I, mortgagor, of
Papaikou, Island of Hawaii, Territory of I
Hawaii, and M. R. Cadlnha, mortgagee,
of Hononiu, Island and Territory afore
said, which said i mortgage was duly
executed and delivered by the said Hall,
on the date aforesaid, aud which mort
gage was recorded in the Register Office
of Conveyances at Honolulu, Oahu, T.
II , 011 the 14th day of December, A. D.
1903, in Liber 256 on pages 164 to 166,
the description whereof is as follows :
That certain five (5) acres of land situate
at Kalaon, Island amlTerritory of Hawaii,
being and lying between the Government
road and the sea. Being more particu
larly described in a deed executed on the
6th day of June, A. D. 1888, from Kcolio
aud Nalua to the said Holi, and recorded
at Honolulu, in book 63, pages 232 and
233. The above Five (5) acres being the
remainder of the twelve aud one-half
(i2i) acres described in the aforesaid
deed, the acres being sold to Holi, Jr.,
and two acres to Bila Waialee, which
sales and deeds are duly recorded at
The aforesaid M. R. Carditis, mortga
gee, intends to foreclose said mortgage
for brc ich of conditions therein con
tained, to-wit, non-payment of interest
Notice Is hereby also given that by virtue
of n power of sale In thf aforesaid mort
gage ns heretofore mentioned, the above-
mentioned property, together with all
the improvements and appurtenances
thereon and thereto contained, will be
sold at public auction at the mauka door
of the Court House in Hilo, on the 23rd
day of June, A. D. 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon of the day, by A. S. Le Barom Gur
Terms Cash, United Slates Gold Coin.
Deed at the expense of purchaser.
M. R. CADINHA, Mortgagee.
By J. S.FERRY.
Dated, Hilo, H. T., May 241I1, 1906,
For further particulars apply to
JOS. S. FERRY,
31-4 Attorney for Mortgagee.
Hoolalia Manao Panikn
a Knai a ka Men Pan
Ke boolaba la aku uei ka lohe e like
me ka maiia kuai e paa net maloko o
kekahi moraki i liana ia ma ka la 13 o
Novetnaba, A. D. 1903, i liana la mawa
ena o Holi, mea moraki, o Papaikou,
Mokupuui o Hawaii, Teritori o Hawaii,
a me M. R, Cadlnha, mea paa moraki, o
Houomu, Mokupunl a Teritori i olelo la,
a o ua moraki la i olelo ia ua liana ia a
haawi ia mat e ua Holi la i olelo ia ma
ka la i olelo ia, a ua hoopaa ia ua moraki
la lloko o ke Keena Kakau Kope ma
Honolulu, Oahu, T. II., ma ka la 14 o
Dekeuiaba, A. D. 1903, maloko o ka
Buke 256 a ma ua aoao 164 a hiki i ka
166, n e hoakaka ana penei: o kela mnu
eka aina eliuin (5) e waiho la ma Kalaoa,
Mokupunl a Teritori o Hawaii, e waiho
neimawacnao ke Alauui Aupuni a uie
ke kai. A i hoakaka pono ia maloko o
kekahi palapala i liana ia ma ka la 6 o
Iuue, A. D. 1 883, e Keoho a me, Nalua ia
Holi i olelo ia, a i hoopaa ia ma Hono
lulu, maloko o ka Buke 6S, a ma na aoao
232 a me 233. O ua eka altia eliuia (5)
maluna ae ola no ke koena o ua eka aina
he umikuuiatualua me ka hapa (12,) i
holke ia maloko o ka palapala hoolilo i
h6lke ia maluna, he elima o kela mau
eka i kuai ia aku ia Holi, Jr., a he elua
eka ia Bila Waialee, a ua hoopaa ia na
palapala kuai a me palapala hoolilo ma
A o M. R. Caditiha, ka mea e paa nel
i ua moraki la, ke tnauao uei e paniku i
ua moraki la no ka tihaki in o ua kuuiu
i hoakaka ia maloko, ola hoi, ku hookaa
ole ia o ka ukupauee I ka wa e uku ai.
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku ntivio hoi ma o
ka tnaiia kuai i lioike ia maloko o ua
moraki la i olelo ia i kulike me in i lioike
laae nei, o ka waiwai I olelo la maluna
ae me ua pono a me ua kuleaua a pau
maluna o ua aina la, e kuai kudala ia
aku ana ma ke akea ma ka pnk.i mauka
o ka Hale Hookolokolo ma Hilo, ma ka
la 23 o lune, A. D 1906, im kn hora 12
awaken o ia la, e A. S. LeBaron Gurney,
Kuike ka Ruin. Ma ke data gula o
Ainerikn. Na lilo liatia palapala i ka
mea e lilo ai.
M. R. CADINHA,
Men Paa Moraki,
Hanala ma Hilo, H. T Mei 24, 1906,
No ua mea i koe e uinau ia
JOS. 3. FERRY,
.31-4 Lolo no'kjtMcail'aa, Moraki,
HAWAIIAN REFUND BILL PASSED THE SENATE
Honolulu, May 24. The following three cables were received in
Honolulu yesterday afternoon:
Washington, D. C, May 23, 1906.
To W. O. Smith, Honolulu:
Funding bill passed Senate. j (Signed) F. M. HATCH.
Washington, May 23, 190G, 5:56 p. in.
To Governor Atkinson, Honolulu:
Review (Refund) Bill passed Senate with minor amendments.
Washington, May 23, 1906, 5:54 p. in.
To Atkinson, Honolulu: V,
Revenue Bill passed Senate. 1 ALONZO STEWART.
The bill referred to is the bill to set aside 75 per cent, of the custom
federal tax collections in Hawaii, ns a fund for use in the Territory,
for school buildings and other nuhlic mimeses. The bill as oncinallv
drafted was for a period of twenty years. Stewart! is an assistant door
keeper of the Senate and has a number of mends here.
Free Alcohol Bill Passed.
Washington, D. C, May 25. The Senate has passed the House free
alcohol bill. '
Cornell Defeats Harvard.
Boston, Mass., May 25. The Cornell crew today defeated the Har
vard crew by three lengths in the varsity race.
King Meets' Bride-to-be.
Irun, May 25. King Alfonso today greeted Princess Ena at the
frontier and together they proceeded to Madrid.
Governor Again in Office.
Honolulu, May 25. Governor Carter, according to information re
ceived here, will take the steamer (Manchuria, sailing from San Fran
cisco today, for Honolulu, aud will be back in his office and ready to
transact business on the first of June Although his physician did not
iavor so early a date when he hrst went away, the effect of the trip to
California has been so beneficial, there is 110 reason for the Governor to
stay away longer.
Convicted of Murder.
Honolulu, May 25. Murder in the first degree was the verdict ren
dered yesterday afternoon by the jury in the.,KalikoiKaaloai'case1
The jurors were, out a little over Jqwv'j nuts aiidrcameliino'courtJ.W4:4syi
ti tiding tue aetetidant guilty as charged. Knliko's crime was the killing
of a womau named Virginia Moeluhi, in Kakaako, December 2. Deputy
Attorney General W. S. Fleming, assisted by Chester Doyle, prosecuted
the case and A. H. Crook defended. The verdict means a sentence of
death. Kaliko is a Hawaiian, quite young.
' Pastor for Honolulu Church.
Palo Alto, Cal., May 25. Reverend Walker Sylvester, of the Second
Presbyterian Church of Albany, New York, sails for San Francisco on
the Manchuria to assume the pastorate of the Central Union Church at
Dr. Sylvester has been for eight years pastor of the Second Presby
terian Church at Albany. The climate there has proven too severe for
his strength, however, and he is now on his way around the world on a
tour of rest. He will remain in Honolulu and supply the pulpit of Cen
trol Union for a month or more.
Breaks Automobile Record.
(jJexjngton, Kentucky, May 24.01dfield has broken the automobile
rfteorrf. mnkltlt' nnp lllinHrpil milpc in rmo Imur mul tttirinm. ..,:.. ....
!vTlie'iforuierfcirecord.fortbisj.(istauce was one hour, eighteen minutes
ana twemy-iour seconds, made oy Metcher at Ormond, Fla., in 1905, on
a straightaway course in a free tor all contest. Oldfield had, previous
to making this new record, held the track record for from 1 to 4 miles
and from 6 to 50 miles. ,
Adverse Winds for Yacht.
Honolulu, May 25. Head winds and calms were the conditions which
the Hawaiian cup defender met with during her long beat up to San
Francisco, in which she covered in all 2862 miles. Added to this, the
fact that the little vessel sprung a leak on the first evening out, necessi
tating the use of the pumps throughout the entire trip, shows the voyage
to have been an eventful one and made in good time under the circum
stances. All things considered the Hawaiian yacht made the run in
good timeand in a manner which demonstrates conclusively that there
is jio particular hardship to be expected nor no impossibilities to be over
come on the Honolulu to San Francisco sail.
Immigration Bill Passes.
Washington, May 24. The Immigration Bill has passed the Senate.
Japanese Labor Opposed.
San Francisco, May 24. The proposal to bring 1000 Japanese here
to work in the ruins has been opposed.
Trans-Pacific Yacht Race.
San Francisco, May 24. The transpacific race will start on June in
from San Pedro. The race will start under the auspices of the South
Coast Yacht Club. The trophies for the race were uninjured by the fire.
For Lighthouse Tender.
Washington, D. C.,(May 24.--The Senate committee has added an
item to the House appropriation bill providing $150,000 lor the construc
tion of a lighthouse tender to be used for the Territory of Hawaii.
Department Investigates Sake.
San Francisco, May 24. Special Counsel Levett of the Treasury de
partment is going to Honolulu to investigate the whole subject of sake,
In view of the pending appeal to the United States Circuit Court of Ap
peals in the various sake cases.
Union of Churches.
Des Moines, la., May 24. The Presbyterian Church and the Cumber
land Presbyterian Church, after several years of efforts in that direction,
have finally effected oigauic union.
The Presbyterian Church numbers about 1,500,000 communicants,
and the Cumberland Presbyterians about 200,000. The Cumberland
Presbyterian Church has been a separate organization for almost exuetly
one hundred yews.
Three Paid Death Penalty.
Honolulu, May 23. Three Korean murderers, two of whom died
bravely, while the third, after a night of shrieking and blasphemy, was
held helplessly with terror on the scaffold, were executed in Oahu prison
this morning. In each case the execution was perfect. There was not
a motion by any one of the three unfortunates after the trap was sprung.
In each case the neek was broken immediately and there was no suffer
ing or physical pain.
Wo Miung Sook did not spend the usual murderers' "quiet night"
before execution. At about 2 o'clock this morning he roused Murderer"
Row in the jail by his cries, alternately of terror and bravado. He called
for'wine and want'.d tc try to enjoy himself. This man broke down at
the last. He had to be supported on the scaffold and was speechless in
the last awful moment before the drop. The man who stood beside him
at that moment, Kang Yong Bok, spoke a few words, expressing his
hope of mercy in the hereafter. The last murderer, who died alone,
Shim Miung Ok, showed the bravest spirit of all. He spent all the
morning in prayer and as he stood waiting for the noose he said he had
committed a gtcivous sin and hoped that God would have mercy on his
soul He prayed at the last moment.
Aside from the physicians, guards and press representatives, there
were only half a dozen persons present at the executions. All was
managed very quietly and with the utmost discipline, High Sheriff
Henry and Deputy Temple Bourke being personally in charge. The
electric apparatus was fixed by W. L. Frazce. The springing of the
trap was oy pressing buttons. Three men pressed buttons at the giving
of a signal and no one of them knew which was the button that con
nected the wires and sprung the trap.
The hanging of three men at one time is a very unusual thing and
has seldom occurred in all America. The terrible strain of the respons'
ibility for carrying out the law to such a conclusion was felt verp deeply
by all concerned, lrom Acting Governor Atkinson down. It was ap
parent among those gathered at the jail this morning, to complete the
arrangements for taking the three lives.
St. Petersburg, May 24. The Emperor has accepted the resignation
of Admiral Rojestvensky, owing to the illness of the Russian naval com
mander. The illness is thought to be due to wounds received by Ad
miral Rojestvensky in the battle with the Japanese fleet in the sea of
Japan last May.
Honolulu, May 24. There are three Russians alleged anarchists in
town, escapes from the transport Sherman, who are said to have been
not allowed to land in America on account of their undesirable character.
They had been carried all the way from the Orient to San Francisco,
to Seattle and back here, the intention being to take them back to Japan
where they had stowed away, but in some way or other, with the assist
ance of some outsider, they got away here.
That they were regarded as important prisoners is shown by the fact
the officer responsible for them made a personal offer of a hundred dol
lars for their recapture, just before the transport sailed. It is also said
that the national authorities on the mainland had information regarding
them and that President Boosevelt was in part responsible for instruc
tions that they be not allowed to land at San Francisco, but instead be
returned to the Orient.
Administration Influence For Bill.
Hcnolulu, May 24. Acting Governor Atkinson has received a letter
from Delegate Kalatiiatiaole indicating that President Roosevelt is tak
ing unusual interest in the fight for Hawaii's refunding bill. The Chief
Executive of the nation, judging by the delegate's letter, shows an in
creasing interest in the welfare of Hawaii and in view of the actton of
the Senate yesterday it is regarded here as quite likely that the bill, will
Kuhio's letter says that the President has "taken the matter up per
sonally with the Speaker and with both Mr. Payne aud Mr. Dalrell.
Col. Hepburn aud other .House leaders are looking after the measure,"
continues the letter, "and it is absolutely necessary for the present that
we leave the-canipaign to their jugdment; if we were to attempt to hurry
the issue on unduly it might defeat our best chances of success."
The bill as it passed the Senate is understood to be the one which the
House committee reported favorably. This is the original bill setting
aside 75 per cent, of Hawaii federal revenues for use in the Territory,
with an amendment cutting the term from twenty to five years.
Electric Car Casualty.
Lafayette, Indiana, May 23. In an electric car collision here today ,
one person was killed and sixty injured.
Fire in Another Alaskan City. -
Fairbanks, Alaska, May 23. This city has almost been destroyed by
fire. The loss is about a million dollars.
San Francisco Banks Reopen.
Oakland, May 23. The banks in San Francisco generally resumed
business today. There was no excitemnt attending the reopening of
the various institutions.
Proposed New States.
Washington, D. 0 May 23.-11 is reported that a compromise has
been reached on the statehood bill. Under the terms of this agreement,
Oklahoma and Indian Territory are to be admitted as one' state, and the
people of Arizona and New Mexico are to vote on the question of the
union of the two.
Democratic Judges for Bryan.
Lima, Ohio, May 22. The Democratic Judicinl Convention today
endorsed William J. Bryan for the presidency of the United Stutes.
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