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.Stiff for 4nlr. Willi. Nichols Co.
Win. MCluskv i spending liM viiL'iUitiii
notice Wnll, NiohnU Co.'s
J. W. Itcrstroiu arrived liy the ICiti it
Jolin linker mill E. 1 Baldwin nre at
Kailun attending Court.
1', 1'eck wns a returning passenger liy
the Klnnti Inst Wednesdny.
The Cinch Club met nt the honu f
Miss Liliunc Hnp.il lust Tuesday.
Lncc tnltts for evening wear in blank
ntnl white nt L. Turner Co.'s Store.
11. Vicars nnil A. II Jnckton nre home
from n short business trip to Kohntn
Mrs. Chns. I'uriicnux ii'litriictl from mi
extended visit in the Eost by the Enter
prise. Honolulu l'rimo Hock llccr, best in the
innrkcl to cents n glass at the Union
It is now Chief Engineer Hogan who
presiiles over the machinery of the S S.
A gang of men have I een nt woik this
week tunkii'g needed improvements on
LOST April H, iicIucimi Peacock Illock i
nnil 1 'ill in Uestnurnui, an agate wntch
charm. Return to Ililo Drug Stoic nuil I
A. S. Lellaron Giirnev hns resigned his
position lu the store of I.. Turner & Co.,
to tnkc effect in June.
Geo. S. McKenzic was given a f.ircwcll
dinner at the Bachelors Club Inst eenlug.
Covers were laid for ten
The Kutcrprise made her regulation
time on her last trip (low n. She was out
n few hours over eight days.
The Klnati will go on the Marine rail
wny to be scrnped. She will leave on
schedule time next week.
Mr. and Mrs. Xcith F. Mnckie will
celebrate their crystal wedding anniver
sary Friday evening, April 17.
1?. I,. Stnnley, of IloiTchlncger & Co.,
returns to Honolulu tod ly after n suc
cessful business trip around this Island.
For Sai.H For cut flowers, flower pots,
ornamentnl trees, etc., call oil or address
JIM MORKIS, P. O. llox 343, Ililo. 10-tf
C. II. W. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk of
the Fourth Circuit Court, went up to
Wnilill yesterday for n few dnys outing.
Mrs. licrt Schoeii, Mrs. Snow, Mrs. C.
II. W. Hitchcock mid Miss Frankie
Katon are visiting at Wnllili this week.
Mrs. C. N. Frouty, Sr., arrived by the
Kutcrprise to visit her son. She will re
main in the Islands three or four mouths.
Ten new members were taken into the
First Foreign Church last Sunday. Nine
were taken in on confession of faith, mid
one by letter.
Misses Liliuoc Hapai, Harriet Hapai
mid Louise Hapai arc spending their
Kaster vacation nt the Richardson home
at 22 miles.
Mrs. F. Moses arrived by the Kutcr
prise from her home in California and
will visit three or four mouths in the
city with her sons.
Whitchouse & Hawxliurst have been
awarded the contract for constructing a
new ware house at Hookcna and a wharf
shed at Hoopuloa.
Deputy U. S. Marshal K. C. Handy
came to Ililo this'week to take u number
of illicit distillers to Honolulu for trial
in the Federal Court.
The new depot on the uptown exten
sion of the Ililo railroad is almost com
pleted. The station will be called Llhi
kin, meaning "Ocenn'sKdge."
The California Fruit Market reccicd
by the EnteJprise n large consignment of
navel oranges, cauliflower, celery, Enst
ern oysters mid Oregon apples.
Dr. Russel of Olnn is raising some fine
lemons on his place. Samples recently
sent to Ililo arc equal to the big smoothe
yellow ones grown in Southern California.
Manager Ilitlgood of the Volcano House
was in the city the first of the week. He
reports n splendid mouths business for
. his hostelry during the month of March.
J. C. Mocilie arrived by.the Knterprise
to take charge of the management of the
Ililo Klectric Light plant. Mr. Mocine
is an electrician of ability and long ex
perience. I. K. Ray will sell at auction on Satur
dny, April'i 1, one 6 foot rnnge almost as
good us new, cost $145, 10 restaurant
tables, 50 chairs, cooking utensils, dishes
We have just received
a lot of the well known
It is guaranteed pure and far ex
cells any other non-intoxicating
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Gold Medal tor
the best Cider at the California In- '
ternattonal Mid-Winter Exposition.
$4 per doz., large bottles
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Pioneer Win. unit Liquor Houto
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
WATT liKAVKK IIONOKAA.
I Career In lliiniiikuii Crcdtlnlile lo
Himself nnil I'rolltahlo lo
John Wntt, the well known malinger of
I louokaa, leaves this district. In n few
(lays, having severcil his connection with
the Ilonnkna Sugar Co., whose manager
i ho has been for the ast thirteen years
! Mr. Wnll cniuc to llniunkua about
fifteen enrs ago as head overseer of the
Tamilian plantation. Noting Ills energy
nuil success while holding this position,
the owners of the I louokaa Sugar Co.
offered him the management of their
property, which he accepted.
The crop he louiul ready to Jmrvcst
yielded 1700 tons of sugar, under his
careful nnil energetic administration the
crop increased in four yenrs to to.ooo
tons, this with increased ureas, mill im
provements, rAllroad building, perfecting
the wnter supply mid fliuning system,
called for energy mid ability of no
In latter times the labor problem had
to be met. This he ably did, his company
suffering perhaps, the least of any in this
district from this cause.
lie enn look back nt his ninny yenrs of
li.iril work witli grent satisfaction, as it is
n well ktioun fact that this comiialiv lias
.made large earnings during his term of
We who hnvc worked with him on
public mid district matters regret that we
shall not have his sturdy common sense
to aid us in our future deliberations.
Uvor 11 Score of (liiinblcrs.
Deputy Sheriff Overcud with the assls
tance of four other officers mndc n rnid
on mi outfit of Chinese gamblers nt Pcpec
keo last Sunday morning, resulting in
the capture of twenty-eight. These were
hi ought to Ililo mid Monday morning
the major portion of them forfeited bail.
The police had spotted two or three pro
fessional gamblers who make Ililo their
headquarters nud make incursions into
plantation territory every pay day. It
was discovered thnt Pepeekeo was their
rendezvous last Suudny. Accordingly
Overend and his men started out a little
after midnight Sunday morning. They
camped In n cane field and stalked the
gamblers. After waiting In the rain un
til nenrly noon Sunday, they were nble
to effect the wholesale capture. The
officers who aided In the capture were
Dan Kaihcuui, Lieut. Warteu and Mahi.
Fourth or .Inly .Meeting.
Hy order of the Chairman of the Fourth
of July Kxecutivc Committee of last year,
a meeting is called nt Fireman's hall
tonight (Friday to make preliminary ar
rangements for celebrating the Fourth of
July this year. The special purpose of
the meeting is to canvass the proposition
of having a fire works display of adequate
proportions. The meeting is called for
7:30 sharp. All business men are espe
Your Letter llciul.
Your letter head is your personal rep
resentative. If you can't go yourself you
write n letter. The letter head will pro
duce either a favorable or unfavorable
impression of yourself and your business.
If printed at the Tiuiiunk Office your
stationery will carry with it on impression
of dignity and character that will raise
your prestige with your correspondent.
Hist Foreign Church
Service in the morning nt 11 o'clock.
Morning subject "Kaster Joy." Special
Kaster music by choir mid Sundny School.
In the evening there will be n Union
service in the Ilaili Church, with pro
gram under the charge of the King's
F. L. NASH.
Kliiiiu Passenger List.
Charles Smith nud wife, F C Sandy, P
Peck, Kwong Wai Kim, MrsJJDoirou
and children, Miss M JDoiron, F Gaylord
and wife, F F Crawsou, W A Harrison,
S P Harrison, Mrs Russell, Mrs Doic.
Miss Doic, J W Hergstrom. Mr Hassett
Captain Harris and the other owners of
the Julia Whalen are seriously consider
ing the proposition of putting the vessel
exclusively in this Island's trade with
headquarters at Ililo.
CiiAMiii'.Ri.AiN's Couch Rkmhdv cures
the cold and .docs not produce any bad
effects. It strengthens the lungs nud
leaves the system in n healthy condition.
It always cures and cures quickly. The
Ililo Drug Store sells it.
R. A. Lucas has decided to restore his
tug-boat Mohea to active service. She
will be rebuilt along Lurliue Hues and
will be put to work in the rapidly grow
ing snipping 01 iiiio Harbor.
The Allied Trades of Ililo held a meet
ing last Saturday night and appointed n
committee of twelve to draw up a consti
tution and by-laws for the organization.
They meet 'again tomorrow night to
adopt same and perfect a general orgnu
Among those who will nppear on the
pogram nt the Waiakea Mission concert
tomorrow night, are Mrs, Lewis, Mrs.
Moses, Mrs. Ross, Mr. Prouty and Mr.
Cook. The participants have had their
work in baud for some time and the con
cert will be of the highest class.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the jjreatcst
menaccrs to health of the present day.
fiovAt. cuk'.i.o poc:r CO , ktW YORK.
II It OK (llt(HI.M) JULY I.
Nothing Hut Adrersu Legislation
Will Ocfrnt llllo-Kohiihi.
P. Peck returned Wednesday by the
Klunii from Honolulu. In Honolulu lie
was In conference with various people lu
the Interest of the Hllo-Kohnln railroad.
Mr. Peck said ton TKlliUNK representa
tive "Our matters nre now in good
shnpc mid unless uuforsceii obstacles arise
in the form of unfriendly lcsistntlou by
the Legislature, we shall be nble to break
ground on July 4th, We hope lo be able
to give the celebration of Independence
Day an extraordinary meaning for the
people of Ililo.
The Klectric Hill In the Legislature
disarrnuged our plans to some extent nud
delayed the consummation of n portion
of our plans. Hut this difficulty has now
disappeared and with the expenditure of
a few extra weeks we figure that all will
end for the good of IIUo.
"I might say, however, Hint another
possible obstacle lias shown us ucail lu
the Legislature. I do not know whether
it originated with persons hostile to the
Hllo-Kohnln railroad or not, but it me
naces the success of our negotiations, I
refer to Senate bill No. 155, introduced
by Senator Cecil Hrowti. It is entitled
"An Act Relating to the Construction nud
Operatioif of Railways and Amending
'An ict to Promote the Construction of
Railways,' " being chapter 29 of the
laws of 1878. Cecil Hrown's bill will
make it prnctlcnlly Impossible for any
railroad company to secure right of wny
through the lauds of a plantation, in case
the stockholders or management of the
plantation happen to be hostile to the
"If this bill passes it will probably dc
lny indefinitely the building of the road.
"Yet In the fnce of this proposed ad
verse legislation, we see our wny to break
ground by July 4, mid nothing will be
left undone within our power to bring
.SHERIFF ANDREW AT KAU.
Makes Raids nud Dotes Out Justice
Noalehu, Knu, March 31. Sheriff And
rews made our district a, visit during the
past week and with one fell swoop arrest
ed five parties for selling spirituous liquors
without n license. The cases were tried
before District Magistrate L. S. Thomp
son, C. Crcighton defending. The con
sequences up to date arc that Shrciff And
rews got one conviction to his -credit. On
the other hand, his bos spy, a "Mr.
Johnson," was arrested for assault with
ilntigeious weapon 011 a Japanese woman
wnile making an arrest, and commuted
for trial to the jury.
Mr. Andrews refused to receive a good
bail bond for the parties arrested, saying
that the "bond was not worded right."
The parties were held in jail till cash ball
was deposited. In consequence of this,
Mr. Andrews will answer in four cases of
false imprisonment. If he had used half
the diligence in the late murder cases
that lie did in these misdemeanors, the
result in the former would have been
more to his credit.
Why tho Tribune litis Procured
Only the Host Faces.
The TKinurnt has just added to its
already excellent equipment, several
series of the latest type faces frtsh from
the foundries in the Kast. We have
made our selections with an eye to the
production of a little finer stationery nud
a little higher class commercial printing
than is usually done in Island print
shops. We are prepared to do printing
with character to it. A customer of fine
taste is the most welcome kind of a caller
at the Tribunic Office. We prefer the
particular people over those who say to
the printer "any old thing will do."
This Is the reason we have been so par
ticular in buying only the highest priced
aud most elegant type faces. It will do
you good to have your job done in clean
number one style fit to be showu along
side the products of the best metropolitan
print shops in America.
Kniluu Court Notes.
The Grand Jury at Kailua reported "no
bills" in the case of I. K. Ilipc, charged
with killing cattle and J. Johnson, charg
ed with nssaultand battery with a danger
Indictments were found against I'red
Gouven of South Koua, charged with
larceny in the second degree; Nishomora
charged with assault and battery with a
deadly weapon; Motana and Tmiagushi
charged with kidnapping.
J. W. Kalua Malo and two others
charged with larceny in the second de
gree, pleaded guilty mid weie sentenced
to one years imprisonment.
The Sprcckels-Urown case came on for
hearing Tuesday. The witnesses ex
amined by Wednesday night were A. H.
Loebcnstcin, Geo. Deckley aud 15. D.
Ilaldwiu. Their testimony related solely
to boundary matters,
St. James' Mission.
Mauudy Thursday, 7:30 a. tn Holy
Eucharist; Good 1'riday, 10:30 a. m
Ant! Communion and Sermon; 3 p. m.,
I.itany and Meditation; Saturday, 7:30
a. 111., Holy Eucharist; Raster Day, 7 n.
111., Holy Eucharist; 11 a. m Holy
Eucharist; 7:30 p. m., Evensong and
Outgoing Kluuu List.
S. P. Hnttson, Chas. Duscnberg, T. J.
1 Crowley, F. L. Stanley. J, T. Moir, G. S.
McKenzie, Mrs. L. Arnnud and child, F.
C. Handy, W. R. Douglass, E. L. Cut
1 ting, Mm, F. Carson, J. P. Ilento, D.Con
t way, Mrs. Norman Lyman' Geo. 1.
Brown, Miss Ella Belle Low.
The trustees of the Bishop estate are
figuring on cutting up 2000 acres of land
in Kona for small settlers.
I Dr. Pierce's T...W TV... .
If a ilirv.l. Nothing III
1L DeftlUtAlnornn.irth '
and c GiHuint Curt lor Ilupturo.
' World-renowned. Hlmniaiim'li.
II ruptured lnetlgto it onoe.
lAlnrwrltfnrl!lnnvi.v Vn 1 .
MAGNETIC E.TEISSCO., 33WtKth mr.tt.Niw
You, N, Y. or 206 l'oit Street, Sin t'riutUiu, Cil.
1 t m y
Employees of Sliihlcs I'reseul llhn
With Finn Hold Wnlvh.
An Incident very complementary to
Geo, S. McKenzic occurred at the Court
House last evening when Judge Little, on
behalf of the employees of the Volcano
Stnblcsand Transportation Co., presented
him with a fine gold watch. Mr. Mc
Kenzic wns inveigled to go up to the
Judge's Chambers, where he was aston
ished to find a big crowd of his friends
and former co workers. Judge Little let
the cat out of the bag with the following
"The employes of the Volcnno Stables
and Transportation Co., until recently
under your most efficient management,
hove requested me to inform you of the
friendly and pleasant purposes of this
mectlni? here this cvciiiuir. Tlicv red lies t
tuc to offer you in their name n small I
token of their confidence nud esteem, in
which everv worthv citizen of this Terrl. I
tory who has had the pleasure of meeting I
you, most heartily joins. '
"They request 'your acceptance of this
gold watch as n memento of their appro- '
ciatiou of the kindness, "the immediate 1
jewel" of a noble and ecnerous heart
) which, you have nlways displayed lo all
I of them. It represents feelings fur deeper
I and sentiments far purer, than the gold I
J in the cases which enclose it. Let it
I ever remind you of the high esteem in 1
J which the givers hold your character, not ,
only as a firm, fearless nud generous
superior officer, but ns n splendid Ameri
can citizen ns well.
"Let me assure you that this small re
membrance Is a spontaneous offering o
genuine friendship from your former mil
ordinatcs. As a friend let me say that
we are nil extremely sorry you nre pre
paring to leave us, "for good Americans
are always welcome in Ililo. Hut III
whatever pursuit you may hereafter en
gage, all your friends most heartily wish
you success, which we all well know you
deserve. And In the conscientious dis
charge of other new nud responsible
duties, may your future course be as1 free
from all disagreeable incidents as your
Intercourse with the employees of the
Volcano Stables and Transportation Co.
has been since you assumed the respon
sibilities which now devolve, by your
resignation, upon a competent and worthy
The watch Is one of the best stop
watches made and cost the donors some
thing like $250.
Special Programs Will he (liven at
First Foreign Church.
Easter Service at the First Foreign
Church will be interesting. A special
program has been arranged for Sunday
morning as follows:
Doxology nud Invocation
Hymn No. 35
Responsive Heading Lesson VII
Scripture Matthew 33
Anthem "Easter Te Dcuui"....Schcllhig
Hymn by Sabbath School "Joy Hells"
Solo "The Resurrection" Shelley
Mrs. Homer I.. Ross
Hymu No. 200
Sermon "Easter Joy" Matthew 28: 8
Hymn No. 305
The siecial Easter service by the choir
will not be given until Sunday evening
April 19. This service which will be
given under the direction of Mrs. J. T.
Lewis, will be nn Easter Concert and will
include several new pieces. Everybody
Is invited to nttend both services.
Tho IM11110 Club.
The April meeting of the Piano Club
was held at the home of Mrs. Severance
last week. The following program was
Friedenrnaesch from Ricnzi Wagner
Mrs. Severance and Miss Severance.
Impromptu, Opus 93 No. 2 Schubert
Song "For This" DeKovcn
Symphony 2 violins nnd plnno...Dancla
Mrs Moses, Miss Huggius, Mrs Tracy
Concert Etude Rubiiibtein
Song "Happy Days" with violin obllgato
Mrs. Itartelsaud Miss Hoggins
Aiicel's Serenade 3 violins nnd pinno
Mrs Moses, Miss Hugglns, Mrs Tracy
Watches and Jewelry 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, nud will turn out nil work in
up-to-date manner. ALL WORK
Opposite Peacock & Co., - IIH.O
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, $1.60 to $5.50
THE PREMIER HABERDASHERY, HILO
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Annlysls Mndc and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE
Sulphato of Ammonium Nltrato of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphatos
Sulphato of Potash Cround Coral
Fertilizers for sale in large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special Lawn Fertilizer.
P. O. UOX 767,
J. 11. ATHERTON, President.
J. 1: LUUKIJ. Secretary.
GEO. II. ROBERTSON, )
E. I). TENNEY, C Directors.
E. F. I1ISH0P, )
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has iust opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Mercerized Chambray Banoge Dimity
Dotted Chambray Madras j, Corded Lawn
Mercerized Silk Zephyr Mayflower Batiste
Also a select line of
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Also a new slock
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
The btiil of the VoleunaStubles & Trans
portation Co,, vs. II. R. Hitchcock was
tried before Judge Little this week, and
the case taken under advisement. Smith
& Parsons for plaiutilT; Ridgway & Ridg.
wny for defendant.
In the case of J. de Gouveia vs. Isabel
Pinha demurrer was overruled nud de
fendant given ten days to answer.
Rooms nnd board for two couples nt
A. Richley's. All modern conveniences.
OUR NEW STOCK
(seven inches higher than nre
HAS JUST ARRIVED
If you have not worn them nsk
those who have and you will be
told they arc the best waterproof
boot made. Will keep your feet
dry mid wenr from twelve mouths
to eighteen months.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
USE OUR FERTILIZERS
C. M. COOKE, Vice-President.
GEO. R. CARTER,
Treasurer nnd Manager.
J. T. CRAWLEY,
Superintendent aud Chemist.
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords Children's Shoes and Slip
pers of the celebrated
Ililo Health Mutters.
At the last meeting of the Hoard of
Health at Honolulu, Dr. Stow's resigna
tion as Government Physician at Olan
was accepted. Dr. Hayes was appointed
to the vacancy. Dr. Stow remains Gov
ernment Physician for the District of
Ililo. The Board of Health also granted
the request embodied in a petition from
residents of Waiakea for a retail fish
market, The fish markets of Ililo arc
both granted wholesale and retail prive-leges.