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SnXc for stile. Wall, N'lcltoli Co.
There Ma conl oil famine in Ililo.
A. 11. Jackson got t' Hoiiolulu today.
II. Vlcursiin passenger to Honolulu
Diil you notice Wnll. Nichols C .'
Ailmlnil Ilcoklcy left the Kinnu llili
trip nt Kawnihae.
Mr. nnil Mrs. II. I.. Shaw will arrive In
IHIo by the Enterprise.
W. II. Hoop of Honolulu came up by
the Kinnu this week,.
There is'n rumor of the formation of
another dancing club In Ililo.
The Cinch Club meets nt the home of
Miss Lilluoc llapai next Tuesday.
AI.I1X MclVIUSII IIDAU.
NUOTT ON r'UANUIII.SK.
UOOl'HH OX KO.V.M IIOAKI18.
Illcil In Hfil l Akn nit's llotrl V'"" i nn, j(0 ftiult
board for two couples nt
All modern conveniences.
Mr. I. Peck noes to Honolulu today on
business connected with the Hllo-Kohnla
Honolulu Prlnio Hock Deer, best in the
ninrket in cents n glass nt the Union
The Ililo Auriculturnl Society held n
regular meeting last Monday nt the offices
Ale St. Mcintosh wns found dead in
bed nt Akonn's llotel nt Wiiiiucn yester
day iilU'ruoou at a o'clock. An Inquest
wus bed on the, body yesterday nftemoou.
Young Mcintosh had been lit employ of
Ilumuulu Sheep Station for several
TO OKUAMZi: UNION.
Committed of Twelve Annolntftl
ltrnft lly Lnvts.
Tuesday. evening nt the meeting o( the
members of the proposed Allied Trades
of Ililo, there were about one hundred
nnil twenty-five present nml considerable
progress wns made towards organization.
A committee ol twelve was npiwlntcd to
draw up by laws for the organization.
In the line of legislation two more bills
were drawn up nftcr the form of Call
lornin statutes for the purpose of protect-
king Americans In fishing nnil other ave
nues ot employment.
A committee consisting of A R. Han
cock and II. Kendal, were nppoiutcd to
(circulate petitions for signatures of mcr-
chains ami outers in ncnaii 01 me license
to Flint With TcrniH
ns A in c ml oil.
J. A. Scott returned by the Kiiinti from
Honolulu and when seen yesterday byn
tkiiiunh Representative said: "There arc
many things concerning the Hilo Klcctric
bill that I should like to say, but I am
averse to newspaper controversy. How
ever, the bald misstatement of facts in the
Herald of yesterday compels me to break
the rule. That paper falsely states that
this Hilo Klcctric franchise is wanted by
J. D. Sprcckcls, Messrs lluck, Ohlaudt,
Itiimiikiiii Member Aro
Men unit Conscientious.
At this afternoon's session of the House
of Representatives, the following com
munication fiom the Superintendent of
Public Works wus rend:
In answer to House Resolution No.
235, transmitted to me under date of
March 36, 1903, I transmit herewith:
First A list of the members of the
road boards as of the present dote. I be-
I licve all these iiptniititces nrc mialificd
irul'n nml mvsplf. Neither Mr! Snrtckels I cUImIIS, with the exception of R. Hall. I
or Mr. Iluck know that such n thing ns member of the North Kolutlal
liitfa1rilinll mrnlnsl till Asinllrs
of Chas. Furuenttx.
1 1 M -.
Miss Mnud 15. 1'nly came home by the
Kiimu Wednesday from school at Hono
lulu for Knstcr vacation.
rOK.MKK UII.OlTi: WKIIS.
Mrs. Angus of Honolulu came to Hilo
by the Kitiau nud while In the city is
stopping with Mrs. Weight.
N. C. Weaver, representing the Static
baker Company of California, is in the
city on bis annual business trip.
A number of ladies were entertained
Tuesday afternoon nt the home ot Mrs.
I. Peck in honor of Mrs. Golinsky.
Thomas I. Dillon, nn attorney of Hon
olulu Is In the city this week on business.
He will remain over until next Kiunu.
Mrs. W. H. Shipman and family ac
companied liv Mrs. Retd nre staying n
few days at the Shipman country place
A time table for all the stage lines on
this Island under the Volcano Stithies
management appears in this issue of the
Tkihunk. Pnste it 111 your hat.
Hawaiian Ciiinksk Mission. Pona
httwal and Terry Sts. Sunday School 10
a.m. Morning service 11 a.m. Miss
Pomroy, Leader. Ah Hip, Interpreter.
C. N. Proutv was pleasantly surprised
bv the receipt through the last mall of
the news that his mother will visit him
nt Hilo. She will arrive by the Enter
prise. Sec the new furniture at Lockiugton's
arrived bv the Roderick Dim. Espe
cially it will pay you to examine the new
line of fine Japanese nud Chinese mat
tings. The concert at the Wniakeu Mission
will be given Saturday evening, April 11,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock. The program
will be nn excellent combination of music
S. D. Parsons, father of C. E. Parsons,
nml son John Randolph Parsons, arrived
in the city last week by the Santiago to
reside in Hilo. They formerly lived at
National City, California.
Maior Harris and Captain nud Lieu
tenant Hutchinson arrived by the last
Kinnu and will take charge of the Salva
tion Army work in Hilo. An enthusiastic
meeting of welcome was held at the bar
racks last night.
Ciiamhhri.a in's Cough Ri'.Miiiiv cures
the cold and does not produce any bad
effects. It strengthens the lungs nml
leaves the system in a healthy condition.
It always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Store bells it.
Mr. nud Mrs. S. G. Walker entertained
friends at cards nt their, home nt Olaa
last Saturday night, about twenty guests
being present. The winners of first prizes
were Miss O'Rourke and I'. II. Mc
Stocker; second prizes, James I.ino and
Geo. S. McKenzie goes to Papaloa to
day to visit C. McLennan and family a
few days before leaving for the Coast.
Mr. McKenzie and J. T. Moir will leave
next week by the Kinnu. taking the
China at Honolulu. Mr. Moir goes to
Scotland to visit his old home, returning
with his family in the fall.
Interesting Itoiuniioe Connected
With Ills Mnrrlngr.
A romantic concealment of love and
marriage has just come td light, the par
tics being n prominent business man and
n society girl of the city. A year ago this
May, C.J. Ellis, now with the real estate
firm of David Hush & Sou, 011 Montgo
mery street, and Addic S. Keyed, were
married in Oregon. The announcement,
which has just been made, was a genuine
surprise to their friends. For business
reasons they had kept their secret, until
they returned from a ttip nrountl the
world. Immediately after their marriage,
the couple took ship from Vancouver for
the Orient, where they spent several of
the first weeks of their honeymoon.
Afterward Ceylon was visited, and thence
Mr. nud Mrs. Ellis went to India nnil
Egypt, returning through Europe. They
arrived from New York nboul a week
ago. Mr. Ellis has been in the commer
cial and shipping business between this
city and the Hawaiian islands for the past
four years. Mrs. Ellis comes from a
prominent San Francisco family. S. F.
Ellis lived in Hilo a few years ago. He
taught in the Hilo Hoarding School and
was nssocinted in business with I. li. Rny.
who was nppointcd by my predecessor.
Hy nil opinion of the Deputy Attorney
General rendered some mouths since, the
appointments of road boards nre not con
trolled by Section 80 of the Orgnnic Act,
but still remain as provided by the laws
of the Territory. It has been my policy
to appoint only qualified citizens, but I
do not consider the fact that a man is not
a citizen, sufficient cause for his removal.
Second During my trip nrouiid the
Island of Hnwaii, in the month of Jan
uary, 1903, 1 met the msjority of mem
bers of the Hamakua Road Hoard. 11 nil
comply with the terms of discussed with them the requirements of
the roads of that district. Anionic road
As It passed the senate we arc satisfied work considered most urueut was the
j with it except in one thing. We wanted construction of the road from the main '
n provision inserted, that if the Hilo-Ko- roatl through llie Aliualoa liomesteaus,
link Railroad is not built to Haknlau connecting with the main road from Will
within two years from the approval of '-mca. This work has been surveyed, npd
this franchise bv the Governor, then we tentlcrs nskcil Tor its construction.
1 nave no reason to nenevc mat 111c
Ilnmnkua Road Hoard divert money at
their disposal from its proper uses, or
that they have neglected the road in
question, so as to interfere with the trans
portation of freight and passengers from
the Waimca District. I believe that they
are conscientious men mid that they de
sire to do everything in their power for
the general benefit of the people of the
The superintendent of Public Works
has no control over the expenditure of
the special road taxes collected in the
respective districts; these funds being
expended entirely under the supervision
of the roan boards.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Superintendent of Public Works.
the Electric bill is before the legislature.
Mr. Ohlaudt only knows of it incidental
ly. Noueofthcui nrc interested in the
The franchise was asked for by the
Hilo Electric Light Company in good
faith. The application was ordered by
vote of the directors at n regular meeting!
The franchise is not sought for the pur
pose of sale and such assertions only ex
pose the ignorance of those making them.
The Hilo Electric Light Company has an
immense ninouut of power going to waste
and can afford to put n street railway in
Hilo when any other firm could not.
We propose to
to have right to build to Hakalau. The
Hilo-Kohala fellows succeeded in chang
ing this to three years from date of ap
proval by Congress, which will practically
give them four years to build to llnkalnu
a long time indeed if they arc ready tq
begin work in June, as they say. Since
these gentlemen have promised' to begin
a railroad in June I have wanted to see
them compelled to redeem their promises
or quit making them."
As to building the street railway, Mr.
Scott said: "It will be done according
to the terms of the contract and without
doubt, by Island capital."
'MEN'S PAJAMAS .
IN MADRAS of such desirable, washable colors that the
satisfaction in having them keeps increasing.
The most practical style pajama jacket buttons on
There are a hat full of good points about the
pajamas I am selling now.
And the quality stands out bold and defiant.
Good Pajamas at Low Prices, $i.60 to $5.50
THE PREMIER HABERDASHERY. HILO
The Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion has scut the following couunuuica
tioutotbc Hilo school teachers, which
is self explanatory:
"Delegate Kalaiiiauaole will on April
nth make n nomination for n Midship
man ironi the Territory of Hawaii. If
you know any youth aged between 15
and 30 who will fill the requirements en
closed I will be happy to submit his name
to the Delegate for selection. An exam
ination will have to be passed, and on the
event of the principal nominee falling,
there will be three alternates to be ex
amiueil. You will kindly reply imme
diately, as the time is very short."
IIILO'S L.YHOlt MOVEMKNT.
Press Comment From Journnls nt
The move inaugurated In Hilo aimed
at the coming together of the workmen
and the employers, with the intention of
driving Orientals out of the city, where
they ply the skilled trades, and back to
the plantations, may be effective, if only
there is absolute faith 011 both sides, and
the contractors do not sigh over the
higher wages they must pay citizens.
One contractor is alleged to have com
plained that the rates or wages for Ameri
can workmen are too high, so he em
ployed Oriental carpenters. The result
was that vcrv soon the men he trained
were able to take contracts out of his
hands, one time on the narrow margin of
There cau never be the complete con
trol of the labor situation by the work
men here that exists on the mainland.
The relations between the employers nud
the workmen must be friendly ami there
must be no onesided support given to
such plans as those outlined nt Hilo, for
if the carpenter is protected the barber
and the tailor are just as well entitled to
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Na OTHER BQQT HXVaB MANY
OUR NEW STOCK
17 -INCH BOOTS
(seven inches higher than are
HAS JUST ARRIVED
If you have not worn them ask
those who have and you will be
told they arc the best waterproof
boot made. Will keep your feet
dry and wear from twelve months
to eighteen mouths.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
Cotillion Club Hall.
The Cotillion Club ball at Spreckcls
Hall Wednesday night was, as usual, a
success in every respect. The attendance
was below the average, but those present
enjoyed themselves none the less. The
Judge Little heard matters in probate
II Alt HAS CORPUS CASE.
Judge l.lttlo litis 11 Dimmit Knot to
Which way will the scale turn for Ka
jama Jitsuichi ? He is an eight years old
Japanese boy, bright and wide awake,
and though the son of hard working peo
ple, has an ambitious twinkle in his obli
que eyes that may someday scintillate in
the Mikado's cabinet or the Executive
Council, Kajama at the time of his birth
was laid in the arms of his aunt, who ten
days before had lost her own first born.
The miniature kimouas etc, fitted the
lad to a dot and when his mother and
father offered him to "Auntie" to keep
the transaction was closed.
That was eight years ago. Since that
time both families have prospered and
moved to Hilo. The father, through his
attorneys Smith & Parsons have nsked
that a writ of habeas corpus issue, giving
the custody of the boy back to himself
and the boy's mother. Attorneys Wise
& Ross, in behalf of the foster parents
are contesting the prayer of the real par
ents. Judge Little will be called upon
to perform the Solomon act of awarding
the child'where it belongs.
There is no-dispute as to identity. The
mother ami aunt seem to love the boy
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS ""
Sulphate of Ammonium
Sulphate of Potash
Nitrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphatos
Fertilizers for sale in large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special Lnwn Fertilizer.
P. O. 1I0X 767,
J. II. ATHERTON, President.
J. P. COOKE. Secretary.
GEO. II. ROBERTSON, )
E. D. TENNEY, Directors.
E. F. HISHOP, J
C. M. COOKE, Vice-President.
GEO. R. CARTER.
Treasurer and Manager.
J. T. CRAWLEY,
Superintendent and Chemist.
this week. Monday the following cases wltu c.lllal lcrvor: K"?" llas Kone into
,. 1 r. 1 Hysterics upon tue witness siauii ami
were disposed of. , eft,ler w, J, Ulc ,lecWon lhat deprives
In the matter of the estate of Higake , hrof the custody of the boy, a blow that
Shozo, T. Ikeda was appointed adminis-! will end life's happiness. The bov has
trator with bond fixed nt 8oo. I been well cared for. He has been educat-
In the estate or Antone Medelros, ail
ed ami understands his situation. For
party was a sheet and pillow case affair, ! ministrator E. de Silva was discharged Mtnsclf he says he would prefer to re-
Wc have just received
a lot of the well known
which lent every facility for indulging in
April fooling. 'The refreshments served
Kinnu Passenger List.
The passcngersarrived by Kinnu yester
day: P N Weaver, W R Douglass. J T
Crawley, Miss Maud Paty, Mrs Angus,
TJ Dillon, Sing Loy, W II Hoog, J A
Scott, Major Harris, Captain Hutchinson,
Lieulcuaii Hutchinson. E L Cutting nud
D I Wnilaui.
St. .hunt's' Mission.
Palm Sunday 7:30a.m., Holy Euchar
ist; 10 a, 111., Sunday School: 11 a. 111,,
Matins and Sermon; 7:30 p.m., Even
song and Sermon. Lenten week-day ser
vices Wednesday and Friday afternoons
at 4 o'clock.
Outgoing Kinnu List.
Lieut. Tyrholm, Major Harris, C Chil
liugsworth, A W Corter, P Weaver. W
Iloogs, II F Pearson and wife, C Teaff, II
Vicars, A II Jackson, P Peck, Mrs P
Woods and family, Mrs Goslinsky.
It is guaranteed pure ami far ex
cells any other iion-intoxicating
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Gold Medal for
the best Cider at the California In
ternational Mid-Winter Exposition.
$4 per doz., larye bottles
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Pioneer Win unit Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
A new parsonage 35x50 feet is in course
of erection upon the Haili Church
grounds. It will be completed within a
moutli. Hie basement is tiesigueii to ac
commodate Sunday School classes.
I'pim completion of the parsonage a
thank offering hum will be given to
which all the people are invited.
from further responsibility nud bondsmen l,unil1 wilh ,lis fosU:r Parents-
In the guardianship of Amelia and
Joseph Aknu, n petition of the guardinn
to sell real estate was granted.
' In the estate of W. L. Rose the will
was admitted to probate
Rose appointed executrix.
In the estate of R. II. Reid, Paul liar
tels was nppointcd administrator.
In the case of J. S. Canario vs. W. N.
Purdy, suit for partition, demurret of de
fendant was overruled and ten days given
to file answer.
Tn the case of D. Kama! vs. Helen Ed
monds, bill to remove cloud, the death of
one of the parties required a dismissal.
In the partition suit of Gouvea vs.
Piuha, demurrer was presented and nr
gued. The suit of the Volcano Stables vs.
Hitchcock was postponed to wait return
Hist Foreign Church
Services at n a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Snernmpiit nl llii Lord's Stumer nnil rp.
and Mrs. K. ceptiou of new members at the morning
service. In tue evening tlierc will oe 11
service called "Charles Wesley and His
Hymns." Sketch of the great hymn
writer and some of his hymns sung by
choir nnd congregation. Everybody
welcome. F. L. NASH.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
inenaccrs to health of the present day.
nnvii. dak no powctn co., cw tomt.
Urnnil Public Concert.
The Hilo band, Prof. Joaquim Cnrvnlho
leader, rendered n public concert nt the
Hilo Hotel last evening. There were six
distinct solos and most of the music was
new ond catchy. Following is the pro
I. March Hawaii Herald Carvalho
3. Waltz Sobre Las Olos Rosas
3. Polka Heart and Hand Rollinson
Cornet solo by Mr. Jules C. Carvalho
4. Air Vorie The Old Home Down on
the Farm , Harlow
baritone solo by Prof. Joaij. Carvalho
5. Medley War Song of the Hoys in
6. March Coon, Coon, Coon. ..Friedman
7. March From Tropic to Tropic I
8. Waltz Hilo Tribune Carvalho
9. Polka ill basso Rumsdcll
Solo by Messrs. Pacheco nnd Kauoho
10. Romance and Polucca Thiere
Clarinete bolo by J. Garcia
II. Dance A Voz Publica Carvalho
Solo by Mr. M.J. deGouven
is. Dance Hiawatha Morct
Star Spangled Ilanuer.
Lost Tuesday night between 7 nud S
o'clock p. in., on Front street or Wuia
uuenue street between The Palm and the
Peacock block, a purse containing sev
eral gold pieces, gold heart locket and
chain with initial "C" 011 locket, and key
to room 6 Peacock block. Finder return
to Miss Carrie Dunn and receive reward.
Return of locket nml chain especially de-Bired.
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened nn extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Clmmbrny Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Also it select line of
Watches and Jewelry I
REPAIRED ' I
ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY
MADE TO ORDER AT
M. J. DeGouvea's
JAS. M. SEAMAN'S, the well
known watchmaker, is to be found
here, and will turn out nil work in
up-to-date manner. ALL WORK
Opposite Peacock & Co., - HILO
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords Children's Shoes and Slippers
Also n new stock of the celebrated
R. & Q. CORSETS
E. N. HOLMES
j' .txzzt vr-.
i ,8 2fls
$20 Belt for $5.
"Dr.Aldcn's Electric Belt."
warranted genuine. Not a
toy. No humbug, Ituirta
without druira, Clrriilr fn.
Bent by mall on rccelnt ol SS.
Try Klectrlcltr. NaJUem.
206 roit St., SAN FHANCISCO. CAl or
33 Wet 24UI Strict, NEW YORK, N Y.
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Married at Ihigcnc, Oregon,
University of Oregon, Eugene, March
12. Miss Winifred Derby Smith was
married to J. L. Robinson, of Hilo, Ha
waii, this morning at the home of the
bride's parents. Miss Smith, who is very
popular in Eugene society, has been it
! student at the University this year. Mr.
and Mrs. Robinson left Eugene this after
noon for the East, where they will travel
for n few weeks before going to Hawaii,
where Mr, Robinson is engaged iu busl-
The teachers at I a mile school gave an
interesting entertainment at the school
house Friday night. The program was
in charge of Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Wake
field, and consisted of songs and recita
tions by the scholars. A special feature
of the evening was it magic lantern ex
hibition by Geo. W. Paty and n phono
graph concert by Mr, Sanborn. Seventy
people were present ami proceeds
amounting to $S.oo were realized, which
will be applied for the benefit ot the Ha
waliiin church at 12-milcs.
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