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board 1'cir two couple nt
All modern conveniences.
K. It. Richards it in Konn tills week on
C. 1'. Iletiton nrrlvcil by the Klnau
Pings, wholesale nntl retnll, big lot re
ceived by Enterprise. Wnl I, Nichols Co.
Mr. E. t'owelt has tiiken charge of the
Por Sai.H 'One fresh milch cow.
ply Hllo Drug Store.
Mrs. Jules Kiclmtilsou ri'turnetl this
week by the Kiniui from a visit to Hono
lulu. Proven turkeys, chickens, nml en 1)9
per S. S. Enterprise. L. Turner Co., L'.d.
Mr. nml Mrs. L. M. Whitchoitse en nc
home Weilnesilny by Kiuiiu from IIono.
The Cinch Club meets today nl the
usunl hour nt the home of Mrs. McK ty
J. R. Ilcrgstrom, pinno mid org m
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drugstore.
There will be n meeting of the banana
growers Saturday nficriiii.in nl the office
of Chas. Fiirueaux.
Mrs. Rufus Lyiunu mid Miss Sirnh
Lyman have been nt the Volcano llo.ise
for the past two weeks.
Mr, Cowlcs has retired from the Klite
Laundry management mid leaves for the
Coast via Honolulu today.
L. II. llricker, successor to Post Office
Inspector Mndden, armed in Hilo by the
Kitiau this week on mi official trip.
During my absence from Hilo nil ac
counts owing to me are payable to Dr.
Archie Irwin. J. J. CRACK.
Mrs. C. N. I'routy leaves for her Mas
sachusetts home today via Honolulu,
Al.lilKt) THAIIKS UHUVYINd.
Secretary Clement Resign Under
Pressure From OutMilc.
The meeting of the Allied Trades ol
Hilo last Monday night showed no abate
ment of interest in the movement,
Twenty-five new members were taken in
mid n number ol applicants nwnit nctlon
nt next meeting.
The event of the meeting was the res
ignation from office of C. L. Clement,
Secretnrv. Mr. Clement stated that he
had been gien the alternative of quit
ting his job at the Herald office or quit
ting the Allied Trades. He confessed
thai circumstances compelled him to quit
the job that paid the least money. Mr.
Clement, however, stated that he with
drew from the organization none of his
alohn and good will, mid upon taking his
sent was given three hearty cheers lor the
work he had done.
The question of the strike among the
stevedores nt Wniakca was taken up and
the strikers roundly censured. The rep-,
rimaud was baseif on the fact that the
strikers had no grounds for their hasty
actions, mid it was set forth elenrly that
radical nctiou of this kind must not be
taken except after deliberation with the
officers of the organization.
There was general con rntulnlion over
the success the movement has met with,
not only in growih of membership, but
w itli the lamer employers of the city.
The officers have calls for large gangs of
men mid the outlook for success is good.
The Japanese Assoclnllon.
Dcgnwn, one of the lending spirits in
the Japanese Association of Hilo, an or
ganization to further the interests of Jnp
nnese labor, was Interviewed by n Tri
hunk reporter this week, nntl he was
found to be frank and open in his ex-
t IWIllll tt 11UIIUIIIIM I , - . , - . . .
..,i.,.. .i. ...in .,:!i r,;...,.la n ui.nri i!...o . nressious on me moor situation, iicsaiu
i that it was not the purpose of the Jopa-
Frank and George Vierrn will return ncsc Association to harm or hurt any-
from Jacksonville, III., where they have hotly or anybody's business. Dut the
been attending school, by the next En-) members would do .nil they could to
terprise. cripple their enemies. It was their only
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large sizes only. Closing out at 25 per !
cent reduction. Ring up for particulars,
Judge Little rendered a decision at
Chambers Monday in the case of T. K.
Lalakea vs. The Hilo Sugar Company in
favor of the defendant.
Captain Lake received u wireless mes
sage Wednesday night saying "Von win."
The winning was n $500 span of horses
which were raffled off May 19 nt Hono
lulu. News was received Inst week by Mr.
Stobie of the death of II. L. Achilles nt
his home in Rochester, New Vork. Mr.
Achilles was for n long time n resident of
Mr. A. W. Splyvnlo of San Francisco,,
n personal friend of Captain McAl
mon, accompanied the latter to Hilo on
the Dark Martha Davis, which arrived
A ticket office for the Hilo Rnilroad
has been erected in the rear of the Post
office ami passenger trains will soon leave
the foot of Waiauucuue street for nil
points mnukn nntl Punnwny.
A. C. Pnlfrey mid Albert Horner had
difficulty in getting back to Hamakiia
last week after their visit to Hilo. They
had difficulties with the police similar to
those of Judge Barnard of Laupahochoe,
! cislve boycotting movement was in con
I temptation yet. They were waiting mid
I wished to make no mistakes. Their or
' der was formed, he said, for self protection.
Klnuu Passenger List.
J. Kai, C. P. Uenton, Von Arnswaitlt,
E. Powell, L. H. Hrick, L. M. While
house and wife. Mrs. J. Richardson and
servant, R. D. Mead, 1). Woodward, Rev.
Ito, Mrs. E. P. Illaistlell and 2 chi Uren,
J. II. Morrison ami Miss Ilarber,
Outgoing Klnuu List.
J. J. Sullivan, L. II. llricker, T. Okobo,
Mrs. C. N. Prouty. C.N. Prouty Jr., J.
II. Morrison, Mr. Lamach and wife, R.
P. Meode, P. Malm, W. Williamson, Miss
Ilarber, Father Oliver From Kawaihae
Capt. J. Ross, Mrs. Carl Widdemann
Hist Foreign Church
Services next Sabbath nt 11 n. m. mid
7.v P. hi. MomhiK subjectd
"Thoughts." Evening subject "Daiii
gers nml bnfe-guarus ot llic Young,
Every body welcome.
P. L. NASH.
IIHUIWAYMKN OK PATROLMEN-!
Ilninnkita Road Is Lined Willi Agents
or Pollro Forre.
K. W. ilarunrd of Laupahoehoe believes
the Police Department is trying to boy
cott Hllo. He says talk about your labor
union and your Oriental Protective As
sociation, they are small potatoes ns com
pared with the despotism of your Hllo
Preservers of the Pence. They seem to
have formed a league, with the approval
of the Sheriff, to prevent the people of
Hamakiia from visiting your city. The
Ilamakua road is patroletl by police as a
street or on alley in a city. You never
know just when you are going to be held
up by n member of the police force and
ordered to produce five dollars ns n guar
antee of your appearance in Court.
Once, not long ago, I was in n Volcano
Stables stage with others coming to Hilo.
As we ucarcd n bridge ncross one of the
gulches, n strange man jumped from a
hiding place and stopped the stage. It
was some minutes before we knew
whether we were in the hands of a high
wayman or what was the matter. Our
assailant proved to be a member of the
Hllo police. He was in hiding to sec if
he could not catch some one on the
charge of fast and furious driving. These
road agents of the Hllo Police force arc
lvinc ill wait nt nil hours of the day along
Ilamakua rontl. 11 n team trots two steps
on a bridge or culvert, tuc omccr leaps
from his hiding place, arrests the driver,
fixes bail, collects it nml lets him go.
"An amusing incident occurred last
week," continued Mr. liarnnrd, "when n
few of us were on our way home from
Hilo, where we had been to witness mi
initiatory ceremony in the Elks Lodge,
we were driving home along this police
patroled country road. At Honotnu we
stopped for refreshments. We tied, our
horses to a Icncc and went Inside. A
policeman was watching our movements
as though we were escaped convicts. After
n few moments our horse rubbed the
hitching post with his nose nntl the halter
became tin fastened.
"The policeman nt once pounced upon
us and placed us under nrrest, asking for
f5 bail before we could proceed. There
was 11 telephone near at hand. I rang up
the head office at Hilo and after a parley
with some head man on the "force" we
were absolved from our sins and per
mitted to get home from Hilo without
further molestation from the patrolmen
of the Ilamakua road."
Hruisks, Wounds and Lackrations
need an antiseptic dressing. Chamber
lain's Pain Halm answers this purpose to 1 Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., Matins nnd
St. James' Mission.
Sunday after Ascension Day, 7.30 a. in.
perfection. It is n liniment of wonderful
healing power. One application gives re
lief.. Try it.
The Hilo Tennis Club has completed
organization. At 11 mee'ng this week, j
Dr. Wnclis was elected v .sitlcut, airs.
II. II. Elliot, Secretnry nnd Treasurer.
A committee to select grounds wns also
C. P. Denton and G. Ariole have se
cured n contract to construct n four mile
section of the Pnhaln to Volcano road for
17,529.60. Mr. Uenton will also build
the Ahualoa road in Ilamakua at n con
tract price of $ to.ooo.
The Tenchers' Reading Club will hold
its closing meeting of the year at the res
. idcticc of F. S. Lyman on the evening of
May 26 at 7:30 p. 111. After the program
mid social a short business meeting will
be held. A full attendance is desired.
A fine baseball game was played last
Sunday between Ile.imer's Specials mid
the Hilo Railroad nine, resulting in a
victory of 12 to 6 in favor of the former.
The manager for the victors is P. C.
Reamer, while Jock McGuirc looks out
for the Section Hands.
bcrmoii; 7:30 p,
in., Evensong and Ser-
WE SELL IT
Honolulu Primo Itock Deer, best in the
market 10 cents a glass at the Union
II. S. Rickard, who was in the city at
tending to business in Court, returned to
his home nt Laupahoehoe last Monday.
Mr. Rickartl had plenty of information to
give relative to politics out his way, and
as a bit of parting advice suggested that
Hilo's hope lies in the suppression of the
Rev. Father Libert Dayenaems, who
was recently made Ilishop, came to these
Islands in 1881 with Fathers Oliver o!
this city and llonaventura. The latter
dietl on Maul in 1899. Father Oliver is
nt the head of Catholic affairs in Hilo and
is conducting the varied branches of that
institution with marked ability.
W. S. Wise, of the firm of Wise & Ross,
was n passsenger to the Coast by the En
tcrprUe.Wedues.day. Mr. Wise came to
Hilo seven years ago mid has been in the
harness steadily all this time, this being
his first vacation. He will be absent from
the city until the latter part of July. He
will spend most of his time while nway
witli his children, who have been iu
school the past year.
Mr. Mndeira, President of the-Cotillion
Club, has received full instructions mid
music for the Living Whist Cotillion,
which it was proposed to give during
June. Owing to the numerous other so
ciety matters engaging Hilo people it'has
been decided by the Executive Com
mittee to give no more Cotillion dances
until alter tne summer season, in Sep
tember the new year will be opened with
FINE MUSICAL PHUUUAM.
llcuellt Concert at Until Church
The program to be given tomorrow
night nt the Haiti Church, under the
direction of Mts. J. T. Lewis, will be
ns below. The proceeds go to the benefit
of the new Hllo Hoarding School build
ings: The Tritons Molly
Ua Like no a Like Hawaiian Song
A Class, Hoarding bcnool.
liecnusc, from Jocel yn I a II. Gotlartl
Serenade Hodim Jb.. .Gabriel-Marie
Lullaby la. ..Mary Dillingham Erear
Slioemakcr ) t uaynor
II. IJ. S. Primary.
Quintette "The Mill" Andrian
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs. Paul Ilartels.
Miss Hapai, Mr. Hecrs, Mr. English.
Annie Laurie Dudlev Duck
H. D. S. Advanced Class. "
Kim Ipo Kuu Lei Hawaiian
II. 11. S. Double Quartet.
The Rosebud Meyer Hclmoud
Mrs. Paul Ilartels.
The Mariners Raudegger
II. D. S. Advanced Class.
The Dohemian Girl Dalfe
Daritoue Solo, Mr. J. Carvalho.
A Spring Song Pinsuti
Lullaby 1 a Mary D. Frear
Chinese Narcissus J- b " "
The Dlacksmith ) c Gaynor
Pauahi O Kalani Hawaiian Song
H. D. S. Double Quartet.
Cooper's Song from Docaccio vou Suppe
II. B. S. Chorus.
IIOAUI) AT WORK,
The First Fight Will he on Lonr
Hoppers. Honolulu, May 19. The new board of
Commissioners of Agriculture and For
estry was formally organized yesterday
afternoon at n meeting In the Public
Works office, and signalized its organiza
tion by the Inauguration of n war tioii
the destructive leaf hopper.
Mr. L. A. Thurston was elected presi
dent of the board and Supt. II, E. Coop,
er, who is an ex-officio member and the
executive officer of the board, was elected
as secretary. W. M. Olflard nntl Jnmes
D. Dole were the other two commission
Professor A. Koebcleat present govern
ment entomologist was elected ns Superin
tendent of Entomology. Mr. W. M. Gif
fnrd stated nt the meeting that the Ha
waiian Sugars Planters' Association had
discussed the advisability of Mr. Koc
bclc's taking up the question of the leaf
hopper pest as soon ns practicable, but
added that Dr. Hoffman had informed
hint that Koebclc was iu such ill-health
that a trip to Australia would be impos
sible at present.
It was decided therefore that Professor
Koebclc be given two months' leave of
absence at the conclusion of which time
he will be requested to ijo to Australia to
study the pest and secure enemies of the
leaf hopper. Mr. Thurston was also ap
pointed ns n committee 01 otic to comer
with the Planters' Association ns to what
financial aid the association is willing to
render towards securing the assistance of
an entomologist to travel with Kocbcle.
Mr. Cooper was appointed ns n commit
tee to compile the laws and regulations
relating to Agriculture now in force in
the Islands, ns n basis for formulating
No appointment was made of a forestri
superintendent but the secretary was in
structed to correspond with Giffard Pin
chot, head of the forestry bureau iu the
United btatcs Department ol Agriculture,
with a view to securing a professional
forester, who also shall tiavc had some
acquaintance with tropical forests.
Mr. Piuchot while on n visit here some
mouths past expressed his willingness to
assist the Territory in every way possible
in securing an cxpett forester for the Is
lands and his assistance will now be
A request was received also from a
number of Hilo people to allow settle
ment In the forestry belt back of Hono
tnu plantation, which had first been sent
to Land Commissioner Doyd and tiy him
referred to the board for an opinion, iu
accordance with the statute requiring its
approval. As the board is unfamiliar
with the facts ami the application in
volves the settlement of principles regard
ing forestry preservation, of much im
portance, action was deferred.
It was decided also that the board
should for the present meet once a week
on Wednesday afternoon.
DER "ENTERPRISE" LAST WEEK
Purchasers of hats, shirts ami cravats, look In just to sec what's doing lu
ttic Haberdashery. You will find practical lines here that will at once meet
with your npproval. My customers nre plcnsed to get new styles here about the
same time that they apjiear in cities on the mainland. lluy the new and late
styles. When you find prices lower than mine you will find the quality away
COME HERE FOR YOUR NEXT HAT
M. F. MCDONALD
Original and practical designs in bafefoot
Sandals (?r JatHes and children in tan, red
and patent leather now opened - - - -
Economic Shoe Company
The first sailing of the Julia Whalen
from Hilo to other Island ports was last
Monday. She was bound for ttic ports of
Puualuu and Homiapo. She carried the
following cargo: 9,826 feet of lumber,
10,000 shingles, 30,049 pounds corrugated
iron, 60 bales of hay, 15 tons of jieneral
merchandise, 750 pounds of tobacco, 10
crates of potatoes, 7 packages of fresh
fruit, 1 ton of ice.
May 18, entered, Amr. Schr. "Spokane,"
Jnmieson, master, 27 days from
Port Townsend, Washington, with
cargo of 796,076 ft. lumber con
signed to II. Hackfeld & Co. Value
May 20, cleared, S. S. Enterprise, Miller,
master, 10 passengers nnd cargo of
sugar and general merchandise as
follows: Sugar Hilo Sugar Co.,
12,102 bags; llakalatt, 15,180 bags;
Waiakca, 9,000 bags; Olaa Sugar
Co., 20,000 bags. Coffee, 2218 lbs;
hides and skins, 10,778 lbs; bana
nas, 1172 bunches; general mer
chandise, $337.02. Total cargo,
May 19. sailed, Sell. Julia E. Whalen,
Kailua, with general cargo for Ho
nuapo and Puualuu.
May 20, sailed, Sell. C. L. Woodbury,
Harris, for Honolulu with firewood.
May 21, entered, Amr. Dark Santiago,
Anderson, master, 12 days from San
Francisco, with cargo of general
merchandise. Total cargo, $18,
083.18. May 21, entered, Amr. Dark Martha
Davis, McAlmou, master. I passen
ger, 13 days from San Francisco,
with cargo of general merchandise.
Total cargo, $26,101.29. 1
May 31, departed, Amr. Schr. Aloha, Fry
master, with residue of cargo of
lumber 'and laths for Lahaiua,
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Cltainbray Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Also a select line of
The ElkH Dance.
Under the auspices of the House Com
mittee the Elks gave n very pretty and
enjoyable dance at their hall last Friday
evening. The Lodge hall was decorated
for the occasion, nothing left undone for
the eiitertaimeut of guests. Mrs. Tracy
presided nt the piano and dancing wns
Indulged iu until a late hour. The House
Committee served excellent refreshments
during the course of the evening.
To Lay Cubic Conduit.
Honohilr May 15. L. G. Martiti, who
laid the conduit for the cable from Wni
kiki to the Young building, is n through
passenger in the Doric en route to Manila
to lay the laud conduit there for the Pa
cific Cable Company. The cable steamer
Colonia arrived at Singapore on May 10
011 time, mid is scheduled to arrive iu
Manila May 23. The steamer Haiialei
should be on the way to Guam now. The
vessel arrived at Midway on April 29.
Another Huiiuiiiige Sale.
The ladies of the Social Circle of the
Foreign Church will hold another rum
mage sale commencing on the first Satur
day in June, the proceeds to be divided
betwecu'the Hilo Library nml ttie circle.
Persons having cast off clothing are re
quested to communicate with the ladles
of the social circle. The location of the
bale will be announced later.
Men's White Cauvas 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
forcte Children's Shoes and Slippers
Also a new stock of the celebrated
R. & G. CORSETS
E. N. HOLMES
THE OLD RELIABLE
WHILE IT LASTS
IT CANNOT BE...
twlco tho monoy
wo ask now
Hof f schlaeger Co., Ltd.
PIONEER WINE AND
7HERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
I For Farmers.
Deputy Collector of Customs, J, Castle
iRidgway, has received instructions to
announce that a Civil Service examina
tion will be held May 26, 1903, of cauili
1 dates for farm superintendents in Porto
1 Rico and Hawaii. The salaries range
. irom J900 to J 1, 200 per annum. Appllca-
house or to the Secretary of the Local
Hoard of Examiners at Honolulu before
, New Mill for Pmtulmu.
Honolulu. May 17. A portion of the
t cargo of the steamer Heleue which sails
nt s p. m. todny for Hawaii comprises
heavy timbers nntl structural work in-
1 tended for n new sugar mill for the Pnau-
I hail plantation, Hawaii. A new mill is
' to be erected iu place of the old one, and
the one to be built will be a modem affair
, in every detail.
I lluttorlok PuttoriiH.
Uy every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
fl.oo per year; subscriptions received.
I MOSES & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
Chas. Hyde is nt work reorganizing the
old Hilo base ball team, with which he
expects to do n lot of execution when
they come into full practice, The mem
bers so far selected nre II, Ludloff, J.
Crow, J. D. Easton, C. N. Prouty, W. T.
Hahllng. (Jus. Stipe, K. Ilaltllug, II. I
Lake, Win, Todd, M. M. Springer. Chas.
Hyde will manage the team.
Front Stroot, - Hllo, Hawaii
A Large Assortment of Twectls Alwnys
Kept 011 Hand.
Perfect Pit nnd Pirst-Class Work Guaran
teed. Cleaning and Repairing u Specialty.
A TRIAL SOLICITED
(Jeorge Lycurgus p.u Koute.
Honolulu, Mny 19, George Andrews
of the Union Grill has received n letter
from Geoige Lycurgus, In which the lat
ter stated lie would return to Honolulu
about the middle ol June. George has
enjoyed the delights of the Grecian capi
tal for a year anil n half.
At Mountain View Pruit Orchards;
Presh Imported cows, (mall bull calves
Julia I Wtaldi
TION COMPANY LINE
will receive freight for
to nnd including... JHUC -ji.
Por particulars and rates apply to
J. D. EASTON
Special rates by week nnd month to
The sulphur steam baths have been
entirely remodeled and a new cabinet
milled, making ttic finest steam baths
lu the country.
A new tennis court, a new croquet
ground and tnrget rtinge have been
The main building has been entirely
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
Did you know you can exchange your
for raising, geese, fresh home made old machine for n new Singer. Easy
butter, cunary birds.
Inquire Hilo Drug
payments. Telephone 17K.
MOSES &. RAYMOND, Hllo.
Mr. Mnneol Prnuco e Vnscousellos of
Knlopa, Ilamakua, is our agent. All or
ders sent through him for wines, litjuors,
tiecrs, etc., etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Hear iu mind that we keep u
great variety of the very best iu our line
nl moderate prices.
HILO WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Hllo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.