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sterling iualities of P
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White Hock Mineral Spring
Company of Waukcshn Wis-
cousin, n iitini1cr of poor itnitn- H
I lions have been offered to the JH '
public, and we herewith beg to B
caution nil cousituicrs of White
Kock Water not to be misled by M
offerings of nil nrticle bearing n H
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it It t tnre, life and qnlclc remedy,
There's ONLY ONE
Two tlzea, 88c. nl 10c.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
SHAM lUTTl.t: AT I'UXA.
Member or Uompnny l Will Toll on
Company D will entertain tlie
public Stimlay, May to, with
HHILLIANT KASTKIt CUNUKHT.
MiikIc nl First Foreign Church oT
Tllf Fntllir nmmnrl crltt.ti nl tin.
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a First Foreign Church Sunday even-
sham battle at Puna.
Railroad will give an excursion
over its lines that day and every
body is invited to attend the mili
The details of the battle have not
been fully arranged but will be so
as soon as the company's officers
make an inspection of the battle
field. Captain Fetter and other
officers will go out Sunday for the
The Hilo ing was a brilliant success. Mrs.
J. T. Lewis, who had the concert in
charge, has every reason to be
proud of the success that attended
her efforts. The Church auditorium
was filled and the gallery was
crowded. The lecture room was
drawn on for additional space and
half the seats in it were occupied.
The music was good from the
opening to the close and many
Incorporated Under the I,aws
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, $ ioo.ooo.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. 1'KCK President.
C. C. KHNNUOV Vlce-Pres.
JOHN T. MOIR-.and Vlce-Pres.
C A. STOnllt Cashier.
A. I. BUTTON Secretary.
J. 8. Ontario, Jolin J. Orace,
I'. 8. Lyman,
It. V. Patten,
W. II. Shlptnan.
purpose of looking over the grounds, times the audience was in a mood
The battle will be participated in by to confer merited applause, which
the sixty members of Company D ' the time and place forbade.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Capt- Saunders
Hark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Hark Martini Unvis, Capt. McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
AHKNTN. II 11.0.
Draw ExcliuriKC on
Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd.
San Francisco Wells Fargo & Co.llank
Nkw Yokk Wells Fargo & Co'o Bank.
London Glynn, Mills, Curric & Co.
Hongkong nnd Shanghai Banking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Kiogo,
Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt
ly and carefully attend toall misincss con
nected with banking entrusted to it.
Sells and purchases Foreign Bxchangc,
issjes Letters of Credit.
Rented by the Month ot Year,
ticulars on Application.
Makes Finest Dread.
Fresh Rolls and Huns
always oi hand ; ; :
Ice Cream for families
The.steamcrs of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Ieb. 25
Alameda March 6
Sonoma March 18
Alameda March 27
Ventura Apr. 8
Alameda Apr. 17
Sierra Apr. 29
Alameda May 8
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma Feb. 24
Alameda March n
Ventura March 17
Alameda ...Apr. 1
Sierra Apr. 7
Alameda Apr. 22
Sonoma Apr. 28
and all the ex-members who arc in
The mimic engagement of war
will probably take place on a slope
near Kapoho, on which three hills
offer vantage ground for the de
fending side. It is proposed to
fortify these hills nnd defend them
with the light field pieces. Ten
picked men under the leadership of
Ididwig will be called upon to de
fend these points against a general
attack from trie balance of the com
pany. If the besieged are dislodged
from the first kopje, they will re
treat to the next, then to the next,
where they will take their final
stand and use nil their strength and
military genius in exterminating
the storming command of Captain
The band will be on the ground
to encourage both besiegers and
besieged with martial tnusic and it
is hoped that the fray will be wit
nessed by hundreds from Hilo and
The proceeds derived from the
sail of tickets for the excursion will
be devoted to the use of the com
pany during encampment in July.
Hnldnin Tries the Bonds.
E. D. Baldwin returned Monday
from Kailua, where he had been at
tending Court. He drove all the
way iu a one horse buggy, making
the trip in four days. He was ac
companied by Mrs. Baldwin. Mr.
Baldwin says the new road from
Low's place to Waimea is one of
the most interesting and beautiful
drives on the Island. ' The forests
on either side are different from our
forests on this side and abound
with woods strange even to Mr.
Baldwin, whose woik as a surveyor
made him well acquainted with
Hawaiian forests. "The roads
from Waimea to Hilo, a three days'
trip, are in a deplorable condition,"
said Mr. Baldwin. "At places the
way is almost impassable because
of gullies and ditches and stones.
Then there are long stretches where
one must flounder through mud up
to the hub.
"The Kona side looks well from
the standpoint of crops. The coffee
trees are magnificent this year with
a heavy yield in sight. The
troubles of the Kona Sugar Com
pany and the low price of coffee are
the chief difficulties of that tlis-
The program entire was as fol
Organ l'nntnsle lc Moll Hesse
Mrs. Jarrctt T. Le'wis
Doxology Choir and Congregation
Hymn Choir and Congregation
Quartette "The Heavens arc Telling"
Mrs. H. L. Ross, Mrs. B. Hapai, Mr. Win,
Beers, Mr. Otis Btiglish nnd Choir
Violin Duett Second Symphouy..Daucla
Mrs. Moses and Miss Htiggius
Prayer nnd Response
"Teach MeTliy Way O Lord""Mercadantc
Mrs Lewis, Mrs Hapai, Mr J T Lewis
"I Know That My Redeemer Livcth"....
Mrs. Homer L.Ross
Duett "Istud Agus" Rossini
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs. Hapai, Miss
Sarah Lyman accompanist
"With Verdure Clad"... Haydn
Mrs. Paul Bartcls
Notices nnd Offering
Offertory Solo ist movement Handel's
second Organ Concerto
Mrs. J. T. -Lewis
"Fear Yc Not O Isrcal" Buck
Mr. C. N. Prouty, Junior
Jubilnte Deo , Haydn
Sopranos Mrs. Paul Bartcls, Mrs.
Homer L. Ross, Mrs. Westervelt, Miss
Altos Mrs. E. Hnpai, Miss Severance,
Miss Huggius, Miss Lilinoc Hapai, Miss
Tenors Mr. W. Beers, Mr. Cook, Mr.
Basses Mr. Prouty, Mr. Otis English,
Mr. Lewis, Mr. Namahala, Mr. Blen.
Wedding and Party Cakes a
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cameron is prcp.in-1 to give csti
mutts 011 all kinds of Plumbing Work
and to guarantee nil work done.
If you want lo
Advertise in newsp p r
anywhere at annnu
call on or write
0. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
fll in Mtircuimt Kxi-Iiuikii
SAN FRANCIBOO CAL.
Ill connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by nny railroad
from Sail Francisco to nil points iu the
United States, nnd from New York by
iiiij steamship line to all European ports.
For further particular)) apply lo
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
KING ST., HILO
is ready for business
New York, April 16. President
Roosevelt's nmbition leads toward
the presidency of his alma mater,
according to a statement made pub
lic here today. The report comes
from a close friend of the President
who is alleged to be at work trying
to bring about the consummation of
the President's hopes.
It is said that President Roose
velt wants to secure the nomination
for the. presidency next time and to
win the election as well. At the
completion of his second term he
hopes to be able to secure the presi
dency of Harvard.
Good Machinery. Steam Power.
Ol'I'ICK ANI I.AUNDKV ON KINO
.STKKKT IIKI.OW T1UIIUNK Ol'l'ICK
GEO. MUMBY PROP.
King Edward nt Malta.
Valctta, Malta, April 16. King
Edward arrived here from Gibraltar
today and reviewed the garrison.
He was given an enthusiastic wel
come on all sides, showing that the
great majqrity of the native inhabi
tants have forgotton their bitterness
over the language question. The
King will go from this point to
Rome, to pay a visit to the King of
Malta is the most important sta
tion oFGreat Britain iu the Mediter
ranean. It is the headquarters of
her Mediterranean fleet and a large
garrison is stationed at Valetta, the
capital. The island is south of
Civil War In San Domingo.
San Domingo, April 15. Fight
ing has been renewed between the
I Government forces and the rebels.
There are several foreign warships
l in port watching operations. Re
I ports from the interior ate of a
constant succession of skirmishes
I Refuses to Abolish Custom Houses.
Shanghai, April 15. The treaty
I negotiations arc at n deadlock,
j China refusing to abolish her in
1 terual custom houses,
Cholera Assails Troops.
Manila, April 15. Cholera has
broken out among the troops com
manded by Captain Pershing, who
is now operating against hostile
Captain Pershing has been oper
ating with a large force against
the Moros and has been very suc
cessful, having pacified the country
to such an extent that he was , re
cently made a datto and had com
menced work reorganizing the civil
government of the province. With
cholera iu the ranks and hostile
Moros without Captain Pershing is
now in considerable danger.
Lynch a Negro.
Joplin, Mo., April 15. A negro
who murdered a policeman was
taken out of j'nil tonight by a mob
and lynched. The mob then burned
houses occupied by the negroes
and drove the black population
from the city. The authorities are
unable to suppress the disorder.
Joplin is n mining town with a
London, April 16. Hawaiian
Tramways Stockholders today rati
fied agreement of sale of franchises
ami property to Honolulu Rapid
So Many People Arc Exposed to
rain, cold and storm, that it is
necessary that they should have
something to counteract the effects.
A mixture of a teaspoonful of Pain
Killkk in water sweetened, will
stimulate the system and ward off
any possibility of cold. It has been
used for sixty years all over the
world, and millions testify to its
sterling worth. There is but one
Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price
J5C. and 50c.
IT is important that you subscribe for
the Hilo Tribune now. The Atct that
a County Government Law is being framed
and will in all probability go into effect
before another twelve month is a good rea
son why the Tribune should go into every
home on this Island. The issues of gov
ernment ar.e coming to the home of every
voter. The Tribune will contain all the
facts necessary to enable the voters of this
Island to form their conclusions upon the
innumerable public issues. It will stead
fastly champion the interests of the people
of this Island and will keep in touch with
every district. With such changes
pending, local news becomes para
mount in importance. You will find it
all in the Hilo Tribune.
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cial printing in faultless style and on short
Ruling of All Kinds
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, Promptly Done