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Books nt Bedrock Wall Nichols
I,. Severance returned Wednesday
V. K. Skinner urn nil arrival liy the
Kinau this week.
C. I. Clement returned from Honolulu
by the Kinau this week.
Safe for snle.Wall. NichoM Co.
SlierilT Andrews has been very ill nt
the hospital the pail week.
I. G. Serrao lcturnrd from n business
trip to Honolulu Wednesday.
Unfits Lyman Sr. returned Sunday from
Kitilun where he attended Court.
Don't fomel the 15c. nud
books nt Wall, Nichols Co.'s.
The Cinch Club will meet nt the tisuiil
hour today at the home of Mrs. A. C. Me
Keuney. J. R. Bergstroni, Organ and Pi.1110
tuner'. Leave orders nl the Owl Drug
Call for tenders for constructing n
teacher's cottage at Wnipio is published
in this issue.
Mrs. A. II. Lindsay gave nil afternoon
ten Wednesday in honor of Mrs. Walt,
late of llouokan.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rose returned by
the Kin.iti from Honolulu where they
have been for several weeks.
The Hilo Hand will give n concert Sun
day afternoon nl 3 o'clock at Wniakea
bridge. New music will be played.
Honolulu Primo Hock Deer, best In the
market 10 cents n glass nl the Union
The increase in the receipts nt the Hilo
Postofllce do not indicate that we are go
ing through a period of depress! 11.
Muni wants to play n in itch game of
baseball with Hilo. Its lime for Nigel
Jackson and Mr. Rowland to go into con
ference, At theVCaHforuia Fruit Market,
Oranges, Eastern ojslers, Cauliflower,
Celery and Orange Apples.
The Hilo Library has recently issued a
new catalogue, which shows n flattering
increase in the number of volumes on the
Dr. Fitzgerald, M. R. C. V. S. L., goes
to Honolulu by the Kinau today and
after a couple of weeks will make a pro
fessional trip to Maui.
Reports from Kailua are that the work
of the Circuit Court nt Hint place was
seriously interfered with by nil epidemic
of the brenkbone fever.
Rooms and board for two couples nt
A. Richlcy's. All modern conveniences.
Dr. J. J. Grace received word Wednes
dav of the death of his lather in New
Zealand. He left today by the Kinau
for New Zealand and will be gone prob-
nbly two mouths.
James Gibb of l'aauhau has undertaken
to furnish a number of tree ferns to the
Missouri Botanical Gardens nt St. Louis.
These Botanical Gardens are the most
famous in the United States.
At the Wniaken Mission Sunday night,
the Wniakea sextette will furnish music.
The sextette is composed of Dan Natna
hoc, Ben Spalding, Henry Kaanaana.
Alfred Nneola, Robert Napechi.
All ladies who are interested in St.
James' Mission are invited to attend a
meeting in the Chapel at Hilo Hotel 011
Monday afternoon next at 3 o'clock in
order to form n Ladies Guild.
A number of Hilo citizens returned
Wednesday from Kailua where they at
tended Court. Among them were 1'. S.
Lyman, Ben Brown, J. T. Baker J. Rein
hart, Mrs. Ailau and Mrs. Makaleko Lo.
the cold and does not produce any bad
effects. It strengthens the lungs and
leaves the system in a healthy condition.
It always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Store sells it.
Bids were opened in the Public Works
office Monday for the construction of
Ahaulo.i road in Hnmnkua. The bids
were, Leo Kaiser, $15,500; Whitehouse
& Hawxhurst, $18,500; C. P. Benton,
A grand concert under supervision of
Mrs. J. T. Lewis is being arranged to
take place about the middle of May, the
proceeds of which nre to go toward the
new buildings at the Hilo Boarding
I. E. Ray will hold another auction
sale, Saturday, April 25, at his auction
rooms on Church street, at which will be
sold n lot of goods, including the range
advertised last week, a fine lot of Dry
Goods, Groceries, canned goods, etc., etc.,
will be put up.
I'KUK UAMitil) AWAY.
Serloim Illness of Ills llrotlier
Makes Trip Necessary.
P. Peck received a cablegram yesterday
afternoon notifying him of the serious
illness of his brother at San Prniicisco
and telling him to come nl once. As n
result Mr. Peck leaves today by the
Il was Mr. Peck's intention to go to
San Francisco early in May on rnilroad
business anil lie said yesterday that His
going now would not nlTcct this mutter
except to expedite the closing of the deal.
He anticipates being nwny not longer
thrill n month or five weeks mid now ex
pects to return with matters 111 shape to
let contracts for grading.
inr.i) at si:a.
Irnrhl (Irdp- l.ntr of llnkalau
plrcs 011 Hoard China.
Mr. George Ross, manager of the Ha
kalau Plantation Co., received n cable
gram Wednesday nituouticing the death
of David Greig on board the S. S. Chinn
on the 20th inst., nud of his burial nt sen
on that date. Mr. Greig left Houoknn n
few weeks ngo for the mainland in search
of health. He had been for upwards of
nine years team overseer at Hakalau,
He was a valued mid trusted employee of
that Company anil Highly esteemed lor
his personal worth by all of his acquain
tances. He was a unlive of Klncardin
shirc, Scotland. An eight year old son,
residing in Scotland, survives him, his
wife having died at Hakalau in 189S.
Mr, A. Ainslic of Hakalau and Mr. J.
T. Moir of the Ououien Sugar Co. were
fellow iKissengers with Mr. Greig on the
China. Before leaving for the Mainland
Mr. Grctg had been in ill health, but was
not supposed lo be in n dangerous condi
tion. It was the Intention of Mr. Greig
nud Mr. Aiuslie to go by the Canadian-
Australian line to Vancouver, but while
at Honolulu Mr. Greig was taken sick
and delayed. They altered their plans
and liooketl on the China.
The following letter IVom Jnred Smith
will be of interest to readers who are up
Honolulu, April 14, 1903.
Editor Hilo Tribune, Hilo, H. T.
Dkak Sir: I have just received nd
vices by cable from Washington, D. C,
Hint there wilt be a civil service examina
tion held nt Honolulu, April 28, 1903, to
fill the position of chemist nt this station
at a salary of f 2,000 per annum.
Candidates who wish to take Ihe exam
ination should cable their application to
the Civil Service Commission, Washing
ton. I). C. Yours truly, '
JARED G. SMITH.
VI FTKKNTI1 M 1 LESION E.
Mr. nuil Mm. Keith V. Mnckle Cole
lirnto the Erent.
The crystal wedding anniversary of
Mr. nud Mrs, Keith Forbes Mnckie was
celebrated nt their home on Pitman street
last Friday. In response to invitations,
the home was filled to overflowing with
happy guests nnd host mid hostess were
kept busy throughout the evening look
ing after the comfort of guests and re
ceiving the hearty congratulations that
were poured in upon them.
Mr. ami Mrs. Macklc were nssUtcd in
receiving guests by Mrs. J. U. Smith, Mrs.
Miituhy nnd Miss Carr.
To accommodate the large company
and to give more room for the dancers mi
Improvised lanai was extended from the
porch. This temporary pavilion was
transformed into nil nrbor of light by n
hundred vari-colorcd incandescent lights.
p'ttt in for the occasion. The dancing
was managed by Mr. C. H. W. Hitchcock
with Mrs. Tracy nt the piano. Those
who did not care to dance were provided
with cards and tnbles. The sideboard
was stocked with refreshments nud a light
supper was served lu the course ol the
Mr. mid Mrs. Mackic were married fif
teen years ago nt Witinepeg Manitoba
and have resided in the Islands almost
six years. Many exquisite souvenirs of
cut glass were left by the guests as me
mentos of the occasion.
Those present mid invited were: Mr.
nnd Mrs. E. N. Holmes. J. U. Smith, D.
W. Mnrsh, C. Hitchcock, A. Lindsay, G.
Mumby, J. Canario, W. I. Stone, Fitz
gerald, J. Webster, Von Arnswaldt, II. A.
Vlckers. W. R. Campbell, David Pullar,
Ross, Willfong, C. C. Kennedy, J. A.
Scott. J. Spencer, McDonald, A. M. Will
son, R. T. Guard, Severance, Drnngn, J.
T. Stacker. Kelsey, II. B. Elliot, Richley,
A. James, F. Carty, F. Carlson, J. Shoe
maker; Misses Lycnu, Katon, Ncla Souza,
Choln Souza, Porter, Huggius, Severance,
Farquar, Schmidt, Sutton, Carr, Mary
Canario, Nita Canario; Messrs. J. Hen
derson, J. Fraser, J. D. Kennedy, Alex
Fraser, W. S. Wise. A. Humlwrg. J. C.
Mocine. Judge Little, J. N. Day, W.
Weight, W. S. McLean, Castle Ridgwa;
Dr. Schooling, Wm. McCIusky, W.
Cook, L. W. Haworth, Ted Guard.
Honolulu, April 21. Senator Brown
presented a joint resolution to order the
Hoard of Health to close the wholesale
fish market nt Waiakca. The resolution
was referred to Senators from Hawaii:
J. T. Brown, Paris, Woods and Kaohi.
Senate Bill 49, granting laud in Hilo to
the county of Hast Hawaii for park mid
other public purposes, passed second
Outgoing Kinau List.
P. Peck, Miss Emily Peck, Miss Mabel
Peck, Mrs. J. Nawahi, Miss Grace Bur
gess. J. Chalmers, C. S. Weight, Chaplin
J. Ross, Mrs. Angus, Miss C. G. Wight,
Mrs. J. F. McKcuzie and daughter, J. D.
Moffat, J. M. Coulson, II. Davis, A. C.
Hoyt j. Watt, wife child nnd maid, Miss
M. E. Hoyt, Dr. J. J. Grace, Col. S.
Parker and Mrs. S. Parker.
There will be special services Sunday
evening at Wniakea Mission. Miss Wight
lias arranged n special program and in
vites every body to be present. Judge
Little will make a talk on "Americanism"
which will be interpreted by Rev. S. L.
Desha for the benefit of the Ilawaitaus
present. There will be nn excellent pro
First Foreign Church.
Services next Sabbath at 11 n. in. am)
7:30 p.m. Morning subject "Wisdom
of God in n Mystery." livening subject
"The Christian Courage of Three Young
Heroes." Everybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
FOURTH AT 1111,0.
Urn ml Celebration nud Breaking of
(Iround for New Hallway.
Hilo will celebrate the Fourth of July
rids year with 11 program that should at
tract the biggest crowd ever entertained
in the city. The great feature of the day
will be the breaking of ground for the
At n iiims meeting last Saturday night
the people or Hilo made Philip Peck
chairman of the Fourth of July Com-1
mittee on arrangements. In taking his J
seat Mr. Peek made a short speech in
which he stated that the promoters of '
Hint roau nau mcir miairs in sucu siiapc
ns to justify the breaking of irround on
July 4. This announcement was greeted
with nn outburst of prolonged applause.
From that moment the plans for cele
brating went forward with enthusiasm,
mid what might have been nn off year In
Hilo will be one of the most notable.
Mr. Peck went on to say, that the
money for constructing the road is in
sight and that he goes to San Francisco
May 8 to close the deal that menus the
construction of the road.
Previous to this announcement, the
meeting had under consideration the ap
pointment of a number of committees to
take care of the different features of the
day. This plan wns put aside nnd the
chair instructed to appoint nn executive
committee of nine men to have charge of
the general arrangements for the day.
This committee was instructed to have
among other things, racing and sports in
the afternoon. But the important matter
ot me day will lie the ceremony con
nected with the beginning of the con
struction of the Hilo-Kohala railroad.
Nothing further was done, all being left
to the committee of nine. It is expected
of Hilo, that she will celebrate the day. in
its general significance as well as its local
Ihe proposition to have fireworks a
feature of this year's celebration was
voted down. The opinion prevailed that
the money could better be expended in
purses nud trophies for the races and
sports. The announcement that the
Elks were planning for a first class show
on the evenings of July 3 rud 4 was re
ceived with satisfaction by the meeting,
and a disposition was shown to allow
nothing to conflict with the Elk program.
That will bear close in
spection nud stnnd lots
rt tunne Tli tirli-n le en
reasonable that you cannot afford to darn them.
They nre just the kind to wear n mouth or two
nnd throw nwny
Black and Brown,
as many as you like, at . . .
No discount for quantity.
ih PREMIER HABERDASHERY
m. f. Mcdonald
Clothing and Hats
Annual Meeting ut the. First Foreign
In spite oi the inclement weather the
annual meeting of the Women's Board of
the First Foreign Church was well at
tended. The dominant thought of the hour was
one of encouragement. This society has
extended a helping hand during the past
year to four tonus of local benevolence
,the Free Kindergarten, Chinese Kinder
garten, Japanese work at wniakea, ami
the sewing school in Wniakea. Reports
were rendered from each branch ot scr
vice showing faithful effort and encour
Miss Conn ns Secretary and Mrs. Sev
erance as Treasurer have rendered very
efficient service for many years, nud the
satisfactory condition of the society is
lnrgcly due to their efforts.
The following officers were elected for
the ensuing yenr: Mrs. Nash, President;
Mrs. Terry, Vice President; Miss Coan,
Secretary; Mrs. Severance, Treasurer.
Wc have just received from the factory a stock of stout
waterproof shoes which ve have had especially made
for rocky, raiuy country wear. These arc blucher
style, with extra heavy counters (inside and outside
counters), heavy soles and first-class water-turning
qualities. We honestly believe these to be the best
rock-proof and rain-proof
working shoe m the coun
$3.50 and $3.75
Economic Shoe Company
What Record of One Year Shows in
Illrths Deaths nud Murrhigcs.
The following interesting statistics
were gleaned from the Board of Health
reports by Dr. Holland for the Tiuiiunk
and have special reference to the Island
HAWAII, UV DISTRICTS.
Wc have just received
tot 01 me wen kiiuwii
Hawaiian and I'ortu-
CATHOLIC CHUKCH, UKIDCK STR1UIT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 nnd 10:30
At 7 and 10:30,
At 9 u. in, English sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese mid Benediction.
Week Days Holy Mnss every dny at
6 a. m.
Every Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys and girls nt Brother's
and Sister's school from 2 to 3 p. 111.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wantsof the faithful. Mem
bers nre requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
ALLIED TRADES PROGRESS.
First Move Is to Secure Water
Front Work for Americans.
The meeting of the Allied Trades Mon
day night showed an increased interest
in the movement on the part of working
men. Thirty-five additional members
paid their dues mid signed the roll.
Copies of the membership roll were left
at the Hilo Bakery and Cameron's Plumb
ing Shop, where they may he signed by
any one caring to join tuc movement.
The organization now has over 100 mem
bers in good standing.
The first active work to be done in the
Hilo labor world was begun nt this meet
ing when a committee of three was ap
pointed to wait upon II. Hackfeld & Co.,
and the Hilo Mercantile Co. for the pur
pose of inducing them to use only citizen
labor in discharging vessels. A large
number of stevedores belong to the organ
ization and P. Hale their lender claims
that he can secure more than enough
American labor to handle ship's cargoes
in this harbor.
It is guaranteed pure and far ex
eells any other non-intoxicating
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Clold Medal for
the best Cider at the California In
ternational Mid-Winter Imposition.
$4 pep doz., large bottles!
Hof fschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Pioneer Win. and Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baiting" powdors are the greatest
menacers to health of the present day.
ROYAL PAK.NO F0Gtll CO . tit A' VORK.
The next regular meeting of the Farm
ers' Institute ot the Territory or Hawaii
will be held at the Wahinwa Colony, this
Island, on Saturday, April 25, 1903.
There will be nn afternoon and evening
session. A complete program for both
meetings has been arranged. The after
noon meeting will be an out-door session;
the meeting iu the evening will be held
in the school house.
The papers for the afternoon are: "A
Practical Talk on Cows" by J. B. Hig
gatis of Honolulu, to be followed by a
discussion led by Dr. Shorcy and Mr.
Krauss; "The Question of Peed iu Ha
waii" byjared G. Smith, to be followed
by a discussion led by 11. O. Clark. The
program for the evening is "Some In
jurious Insects of Hawaii," by I), L, Van
jjiiic; "iiie rinniing 01 urounus About
Home iu the Country," byj. E. Higgans;
, "The Importance of Irrigation iu Agri
culture iu Hawaii" by L. G. Kellogg,
Manager of the Wnhinwn Water Co., and
a discussion 011 the possibility of sisal be
coming nu important industry iu Hawaii,
led by A. II. Turner, Manager of the Ha
waiian Piber Co.
Members from out ot town intending
to be present will please let the Secretary
I know their intention as soon as possible,
1). I,. VAN DINE,
! Secretary Partners' Iustitute.
Honolulu, April 20, 1903,
Hilo & N. Hilo
N. & S. Kohala
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Mndc and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphate of Ammonium
Sulphato of Potash
Fertilizers for sale in
Nitrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special Lawn Fertilizer.
P. O., BOX 767,
J. B. ATHERTON, President.
J. P. COOKE. Secretary.
GEO. II. ROBERTSON, )
H. D. TENNEY, Directors.
E. F. BISHOP, )
C. M. COOKE, Vice-President.
GEO. R. CARTER,
Treasurer and Manager.
J. T. CRAWLEY, , '
Superintendent nnd Chemist.
Hilo & N. Hilo..,
N. & S. Kohala..
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St. Junius' Mission.
Second Sunday ofter Easter, 7:30 a. 111.
Holy Eucharist; 10 a.m., Sunday School;
11 a. m,, Matins and Sermon; 7:30 p. 111,,
Evensong and Sermon.
Number of patients for the year 148
Surgical cases 113
Medical cases 106
Treated by regular staff. 123
Treated by honorary staff. 105
Iu Hospital July 1, 1901 5
In Hospital June 30, 1902 12
HII.O PISH MAKK1ST.
Number fish examined in the year..582,077
Number condemned 1,409
Number fish examined 2,571,796
Number condemned .31,650
Cattle, sheep and hogs examined 21,223
Cattle, sheep and hogs unsound 1,794
Number of patients treated 222
I.IU'KRS 01' THKKITOKY.
(Numbers show decrease.)
Iu 1900 1,033
In 1901 942
Iu 1902 915
Number of new cases for year ending
June 30, 1902 133
Those of Hawaiian blood 118
All others . 14
11IRTHS, DKATIIS AND MAKKIAC.US 1'OU
BHATHS AS TO NATIONAMTV.
Other nationalities 219
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has in st opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Cluimbrny Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Also n select line of
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
Admitted to be on the
three doctors: Dr. Dinegnu,
Maui; Doctor McGcttlgau, Ilium,
Dr. Wood, Wuialua, Oahu.
ForSai,K For cut flowers, flowerpots,
ornamental trees, etc., call 011 or address
JIM MORRIS, P. O. Box 343, Hilo. iotf
The Fourth of .Inly Committee.
Philip Peck, ns Chniriiinu of the Fourth
of July General Committees, has up
pointed the following Executive Com
mittee to have charge of the arrangements
I for the day: E. IS. Richards, E. N. Holmes,
I J. Castle Ridgwny, J. U. Smith, L. V.
Haworth, J. T. Stacker and C. A. Stobie.
This committee is expected to have
general supervision of the preparation for
the events of the day, nud will appoint
sub-coiuiuittees to carry out any plans
I agreed upon.
April 20th, Cleaied, Amr. Bark Roderick
Uliii, Eugalls, master, 6 passengers,
with cargo of general merchandise
and biigar as follows: Ilnkalau, 16,
400 lugs, Hilo Sugar Co , 20,106
bags iii'd Wniakea, 6,20obags, Total
April 221I, Cleared, Amr. S. S. Aiueiica,
Colcord, master, eu route from Ho
nolulu to Delaware Breakwater for
orders, cargo of sugnr from port of
Hilo as follows: Waiakea, 13,000
bags; Olaa, 8,000 bags; Pepeekeo,
10,000 bags. Value f117.196.8G.