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Jailer J. II. Mnby is ill nt the Hospital.
It. T, Forrest of Komi was in tlie city
Geo. Duncker is nt the Hospital with
C. P. Denton is u passenger to Hono
FOR SAI.K 'One fresh tnilch cow. Ap
ply Hilo Drug Store.
Whitman's Candies, fresh stock just
received liy I.. Turner Co.
W. G. Walker ol Ookala wns in the
city on business Monday
J. U. Smith nnil Max Tracy drove to
Pahnln Monday on business.
J. T. Silvn, Hilo's veteran photographer
is tnklne a vacation on the Coast.
THK TKUTII AUAIX.
Tlii Wcnlhcr Is Hough
Ca)taln Knlua of the Schooner Julia f
Whalen is making a record for bravery,
while storm IkhiiiiI in the rough harbor
at 1'itnaluu. One day this week n man
fell overboard and would have been lost,
but the doughty captain plunged in and
rescued him. Wednesday the Whalen's
shore boat was dashed .on the rocks and
rendered uiiseaworthy. No substitute
boat could be found in the harbor. The
Captain, thetefore swam to and from his
vessel which was hali a mile oh" shore.
No enrpenter could be lound on that side
to make repairs, so one was sent over
from Hilo yesterday.. The water has been
very rough at I'uualuu all the week and
the Wlmleli unable to discharge rapidly.
Ill L'unnlnu Snmcill, Lawyers? Sheriff unit Point
Rooms and board lor two couples at
A. Kicliley's. All modem ccmvcnicnres.
Tomorrow is a legal holiday. The
First Hank of Hilo will bo closed.
Geo. N. Day was given a pair of antlers
Monday night by the Elks Lodge.
Eather Oliver returned cdncsday by
the Kinau from n trip to Honolulu.
1. It. Hcrirstroiu. piano and organ
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drug Stoic.
The June Delineator is here and c-m
be procured of Moses & Raymond.
Turkeys and other cold storage goods
newly arrived at L. Turner Co. Ltd.
Frozen turkeys, chickens, and crabs
per S. S. Enterprise. I,. Turner Co., Ltd.
D. W. Anderson of the Trust depart
ment of llishop & Co., is in the city this
Mrs. M. Louisson and Miss Schweitzer
are passengers to Honolulu by the Kinnit
Mrs. Tracy gave an afternoon ten to a
number of Indus Monday at her home in
T. C. Ridgwny and mother will arrive
in Honolulu from ilivir Oriental trip
Honolulu Priino Hock lleer, best in the
market 10 cents n ghist at the Union
Received per Santiago a large consign
ment of Electric Hylu Lamps. A. It.
Henry Louisson, Mrs. Louisson and
Miss Switzer of Hauiaktta were in the
city this week.
Tlie Rossmond House carried $3000 in
surance on building and contents with
A. II. Jackson.
Geo. II. Williams was back at the Tax
oilice Tuesday after a week's siege with
the dengue fever.
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Machines received by
Moses & Rnymoud.
C. 15. Wriirht and n representative of
the Tkihunic made n hurried trip to Pa
hala;md II ilea Saturday.
O. A. Stevens came home from the
Philippines this week. Mr. Stevens is
looking well and feeling good.
During my absence from Hilo all ac
counts owing to me are payable to Dr.
Archie Irwin. J. J. GRACE.
Side Liuhts for April and May has ap
peared with its usual entertaining stories
of Hawaii and articles on agriculture in
Colin McLennou of Pap.ialoa will leave
some time in Juue for a vacation, during
which he will visit his old home in East
The Teachers' meeting last Friday was
one of the most successful of the year. A
full rejiort of the proceedings is given iu
George Howard, who had a khouldcr
dislocated in the railroad yards nt Waia
kea last week, was able to return to his
Japanese crepe shirts; finest quality
large sizes only. Closing out at 25 per
cent reduction. Ring up for particulars.
Mrs. M. G. Santos and son leave today
for a three mouths visit nt Jacksonville,
111. Mr. Santos will accompany them
as far as Honolulu.
The Annie Johnson made the run from
San I'raucisco to Honolulu, her last trip
in eight days and sixteen hours. This
entitles her to the belt.
The Kniulani had two boats damaged
at Papaikou this week by the heavy surf.
One was a total loss; the other will be
out of commission for awhile.
Rev. S. L. Desha goes to Honolulu to
day to be present at the Commencement
exercises at Kaiiiehameha school. His
two sons, John and Stephen are members
of the graduating class.
Mrs. P. L. Nash entertained the Juniors
at a lawn party last week. About thirty
five were in attendance mid a merry time
was enjoyed by the little folks.
W. S. Terry Ksq. entertained Mrs. W.
II. Shipmnti, Mrs. M. I), Cook and quite
n number of others nt n very pleasant
luncheon at the Volcano House last
While away on n three mouths' vaca
tion. Mr. C. McLenndn will take time to
look into the merits of Northwest Canada
before going Eust to his old home iu
W. II. Smith of LcDIotid & Smith was
asked to tell the truth about the Snmedi
case which agitates the Herald. He said:
"Tlie point of law for which we con
tended was not brought up at all. It was
dropped at the request of the Sheriff. He
based his request 011 the belief that to
have police officers pulled as vagrants
would demoralize the force and consented
that a charge of assault and battery be
placed against sameut, WHICH was none
and resulted iu u conviction.
"What I want to say especially Is that
The Herald makes a false statement when
it says we dropped the matter when the
Sheriff showed us the law. We are ac
quainted with better legal authority than
we consider Mr. Andrews to be. At least
wc have taken no pointers from him yet."
The American schooner "Golden
Shore," Rasiuussen master, arrived in
Hilo bay Thursday, sixty ilays irom New
Castle with 1 130 tons of coal for the Hilo
The Hilo Mercantile Co., Hackfeld &
Co., Theo. II. Davis it Co., L.Turner Co.,
K. N. Holmes, The Owl Drug Co. and the
Hilo Drug Co. will close their stores at
noon, Saturday on account of Decoration
The subscriptions to the Pourth of
July are coming in libernlly. The com
mittees nre meeting witn success 111 tneir
rounds nnd the outlook is good for plenty
of money if all do as well as those already
Kauhi, a native who had. served three
and one half years iu the Hilo jail on a
sentence ol twenty years lor muriier in
the second degree, was released yesterday
upon uu unconditional pardon by Gover
Hkuisks, Wounds anii Lachrations
need an antiseptic dressing. Chamber
Iain's Pain Halm answers this purpose to
ficrfectiou. It is n liniment of wonderful
lealiug power. One application gives re
lief.. Try it.
P. C. Ilcamcr, the indefatigable patron
of baseball nnd all wholesome outdoor
sports, raised money this week by sub
scription to put grounds in shape below
the junction of Church and Pront streets.
There ate several nines iu training and
good ball will follow.
Miss Pracker, formerly stenographer
for the Pourth Circuit Court and who was
compelled to leave Hilo on account of
her ticalU, is nt Redlauds, CaL, very
much improved. She writes friends that
she is almost entirely recovered and soon
will be able to resume her profession.
Residents of Hilo who have spare rooms
should get them iu readiness for the
crowd of visitors who will be iu Hilo on
July 4. All available rooms will be iu
demand at fair rates. The crowd that
will be in the city can be taken care ol,
il a systematic elfort is made. Pix up
your spare rooms.
The Elite Laundry has just received a
thorough overhauling at the hands of K.
Powell, the new mau at the head of
It is the intention to give especial at
tention to Pamily, Steamship and Hotel
laundry work. Prompt service and the
very highest class of workmanship and
finish will be the slogan of the "Elite"
under the new management. The ma
chinery is all strictly modern and com
plete in every department, thereby guar
anteeing rapid and high class work in
Wm. Watson who is training the pair
or young bloodhounds recently purcltasetl
by the Hilo Police Department gave the
pups a trial spin one nay tins week, a
pair of pantaloons belonging to Lopez,
were hanired to the tail gate of a wagon
and driven over the lava road through
Kaumana. The pups struck the trail and
kept it until they were tired out. The
pair of dogs are pure bloods from the
kennels of Dr. J, B. Puller, at Beatrice,
While making his rounds Monday
afternoon, J. U. Smith discovered he had
lost a tenant for one of his apartment
houses 011 Pront street. Yock See, an
elderly Chinese had committed suicide.
To make certainty doubly sure, Yock
used both rope and knife. He hanged
himself with the rope and before strang
ulation, liad slashed ins throat witn a
knife. The body was taken in charge by
the police and buried.
IIKTTKK FIHK PHOTKCTIOX.
Hilo tire Compniiy Will he Kntlrely
A mnss meeting was held Tuesday
evening iu Pircmau's Hall to consider
meaii9 for improving Hilo's fire depart
ment. The call brought out thirty or
forty men. K. E. Richards was chosen
chairman and A, II. Jackson secretary.
Mr. Vaunatta spoke iu favor of a reor
ganization of the department recommend
ing two hose companies. He said also ,
that a pressing need is more hydrants
and more hose. Requisition for more I
hydrants and hose was sent to Honolulu
three years ago, but nothing has ever
been heard in reply to the request, !
Dr. Rice, W. Vanuatta and A. II.
Jackson were appointed a committee to '
draft resolutions to the Legislature ask
lug for an appropriation for the Hilo Pire j
Dr. Rice spoke in the same strain,
others making concurring remarks. I
On motion of Vaunatta, a meeting was
calicit lor next Tuesday evening June 2,
for the purpose of reorganizing the Hilo
Pire Department. The old company will
be disbanded at this meeting.
Tuesday afternoon the fire engine
which has been standing for months in n
shed unused was taken out on the streets
and Given a trial. Connections wcte
' made with the hydrant at the comer of
Waianueuue street and the two lines 01
hose attached. When the water was
turned on and the engine started two
streams of water stxmtcd forth with suffi
cient force to reacii the third story of any
The feed pipe was then laid iu a tank
of water and the hose streams played with
the same force. The engine worked satis,
factorily. The only adverse comment
heard was that it took too much time to
I "" 1 f TT f"j I I " I haven't ns large n stock of lints as one
J I ""J J will see iu a big store in cities on the
1 mainland, HUT I have a well-selected
stock in styles that arc reasonable and popular.
The qualities arc Stetson's and Roelof's $5.00.
" Imperial, $3.50; other makes 75c to 2.50 each.
A soft black hat for $1.75 that ranks high iu value.
COME HERE FOR YOUR NEXT HAT
xh PREMIER HABERDASHERY
mjm w --
and they are stamped
Come and get a pair -
Don't Get Excited
Because you beloug to the
Union; there are others.
We've got Union - made
shoes aud lots of them,
with the Union stamp, too.
Economic Shoe Company
Trains iu City Limits.
Tlie Hilo Railroad Co. completed its
lines to the Wailuku river last Saturday
and Sunday moruiug the first passenger
train left the uptown depot. The train
pulled out at S a. in. with engine and
coaches, decked out with banners and
(lags. Superintendent Lambert, other
officials and guests, among which 'were
n number of ladies were on the train. A
double track now skirts the shore of Hilo
. .. .
St. Jnmes Concert.
A concert aud dance for the benefit of
St. James Guild will be given Tuesday
night, June 9, at the residence of W. II.
Little at Reeds Bay. A train will leave
the foot of Wainuueuue street at 8 o'clock
p. m. At Waiakcn busses will be pro
vided for all ticket holders to convey
them to the Little premises. A train will
leave Waiakea at 11:30 to accommodate
the crowd going home.
Illlo Firo Equipment.
In response to telegrams scut to the
senate by E. N. Holmes nnd other mer
chants this week relative to the Hilo Pire
Department, betiator J. T. Brown wrote
Mr. Holmes as follows:
"Today the Senate passed on Third
Reading the appropriation which is lust
what you asked for iu your telegram. The
item is for equipment and maintenance of
Combination Chemical engine and Hose
wagon, Hilo, Hawaii, 7,1 20.00.
"Therefore there is no more doubt
about the said matter, for its going to pass
1 Firo nt l'lilioiiuu.
1 Monday forenoon the fire bell cave
notice of a second fire iu Hilo within the
week. The false report that the fire was
in the Hilo Hospital soon filled Waianuc
nuc street with a running crowd of people.
The hose carts were out at once and con
nections made with hydrants near the
hospital, but before water had been turned
on, it was found out that the hospital was
not on fire. The people on horse back
and in hacks kept going up Waianuenue
street until the fire was found above Pii-
honua on the Rainbow Palls road. It
was iu the roof of a dwelling house and
had been extinguished before the people
from Hilo arrived.
There was a dispute between the Railroad
Company and the local Road Hoard over
the location of the new depot and ware
house back of the Postofilcc. Mr. Scott
of the Road Board notified the Com
pany to move the warehouse n number
of feet to allow for the building of n side
walk. The building was moved yester
day. News was received this week by Judge
Lvuiau of the death of Mrs. Charlotte
(Dana) Lyman at Boston, May 3. The
deceased was the wife of Francis Ogden
Lvman of Chicago and was visiting her
brother, Richard Dana Jr., at the time of
her death, Funeral services were Held at
Cambridge. She was buried at R.osc Hill j
cemeiery, ...cago. A Kmm ropri(Ue to Menloria,
The ladies of tlie Social Circle of the Sunday will be given in this church at 11
First Foreign Church will hold another a. m. All members and friends of the
rummni'e sale beidiiuiiig Saturday June Grand Army cordially invited to attend.
6. The sale will be held in the rooms ad-1 Union service at night in the Haili
Outgoing Kiuiiu List.
C. S. An, J. II. Auassiz, Miss Julia Koo-
houi, Mrs. C. Andrews and 4 children,
Rev. Ulrich, Mrs. C. M. Hyde. G. II.
Gere, A. A. Braymer, C. P. Benton, A.
W. Anderson, M. G. Santos and wife, G.
15. Bryant aud wife, J. W. Bixby, II. H.
Doeg, Mrs.M. Lonissou, Miss Schweitzer,
Colin McLeiiuon, wife and daughter.
First Foreign Church.
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
WE SELL IT
joining Dr. Schoening's office on Pitman
street. Persons willing to donate articles
should communicate with Mrs. E. N.
Holmes or Mrs. D. W. Marsh. Articles
may be left at the rooms Thursdny nnd
I'riilny next ween.
The Hilo Baud will play at the new rail
road station, near Postoftice, next Sunday
from 2:30 to 3:30 p. 111. It will then tnke
the Olaa express to Wniakea station,
where it will play till 4:30 p, m. and re
turn to Hilo by incoming Puna express,
It may possibly play at the baseball game
if there is time. At 7:30 in the evening
the band will be nt Haili Church to take
part iu Decoration Day services.
Tlie Superintendent of the Illlo Hos
nitnl wishes to express her npprcciatiou
of the prompt response to a falbe alarm of
fire iu that institution 011 Monday Inst.
While there was 110 real occasion for the
services of these volunteers, we do appre
ciate their kind intentions, or had there
been a duty to perform the men were on
the grounds ready for work within n few
minutes after the alarm was given.
P. L. NASH.
By every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
fi.oo per year; subscriptions received.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
A trip to the Volcano House will repay
anyone. Manager Bidgood has effected
radical changes- iu the appearance of
things at this popular mountain hostelry.
He has built a fine tenuis court and im
proved the steam baths. One of the im
provements of which Mr. Bidgood is
proudest and which appeals most to the
traveller, Is the garden. It is a model
and could not be better if it were under
the direct supervision of Jarcd Smith.
The products of this garden all go to the
Volcano house table.
Rev. P. L. Nash will deliver the Mem
orial Day oration at the Pirst Poreigu
Church at the usual hour next Sabbath
day. All veterans are cordially invited
The Decoration Day exercises will take
place at the Haili Church at 7:30 iu the
evening as will appear from order of
exercises printed elsewhere in this issue.
Dotted Chambray Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Also a select line of
Fire at Pnlinlii.
. . .
J lie residence 01 J, f. 1.1110, tlie sugar
boiler at Pahala was hurnril last Wedues
day. The fire was started by a self heat
ing smoothing irou which was placed 011
a witidow sill, The building burned very
The jury iu the case of the Rossmond
House fire was unable to find evidence of
incendiarism. A verdict of accidental
fire was returned.
At the residence of Capt. B. II. Brown,
on Thursday, "May 31, 1903, Alvin T.
Anderson and Augusta Russell were mar
ried by the Rev. S. L. Desha.
It was a quiet and simple ceremony,
Capt. Brown giving the bride away.
Hiss Mary Meiue, an older sister of the
bride, was bridesmaid, and lames Lynch,
of the Kinau, acted as best man. A few
friends were present.
Men's White Canvas Bals
Mcu'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 aud Slippers,
Also a new stock of the celebrated
R. & G. CORSETS
E. N. HOLMES
THE OLD RELIABLE
WHILE IT LASTS
IT CANNOT BE...
twice tho monoy
wo ask now
Hoffsclilaeger Co., Ltd.
' Klnnii Passenger List.
, J. B. Agassiz, Pnther Oliver, O. A. Ste-
veus, II. IJ. Picker, K. W, Anderson, C.
S. An, J. G. Cnllison, J. W. Bixby, II. II.
I Geo. Hap.il made a record of back
I stamping letters in the Post office one
I day recently of 182 letters iu one minute.
This is a faster pace than can be made
with the Doremus stamping machine in
use in the larger offices.
I Mrs. Thos. W. Sliipumu and Mrs. M.
D. Cook returned to Hilo Tuesday nftcr a
I pleasant sojourn of two weeks at the
beautiful mountain residence of Mrs.
i Shipmau, where Mrs, Cook has been the
guest of Mrs. Shipmau.
G. II. Gere returns to Honolulu today
ami takes with him complete data for the
abutments for the Waiakea bridge 011
Pront street, it is Mr. Gere's opinion
that the building of this bridge will be
pushed by the Department.
The Illlo Hotel.
Parties having the opening of the Hilo
Hotel iu charge report that the plan is
meeting with substantial encouragement
from the Hilo business men, but that it
will he impossible to open the hotel by
July 4. It has been suggested that the
Pourth of July Committee make some ar
rangements to have the hotel used as a
temporary' lodging house during the cele
St. James' Mission.
Whitsun Day 7:30 a. ut., Holy Eu
diarist; 11 a. in., Holy Kucharist; 7:301).
111,, Kveusong and Sermon. At 1 1 o'clock
service Mrs. McKeniieynud Mr. Howlaud
will probably sing solos.
Ray Tuesday, May 26, 1903,
wife of I. Iv. Ray, a daughter.
Front Stroot, - Hilo, Hawaii
A Large Assortment of Tweeds Always
Kept on Hand.
Perfect Pit nnd Pirst-Class Work Guaran
teed. Cleaning and Repairing a Specialty.
A TRIAL SOLICITED
PIONEER WINK AND
7HIRE IS JVD SUBSTITUTE
Just received by S. S. China, two hull
1 dred canary birds, beautiful singers, 11 1
I ft. 50 each. Send in your orders to
L it. HKUWN,
Admiiiistrater for D, G. Cumariuos.
P. O. Box Soj, Honolulu. 34-eow
CATHOLIC CItUHCII, 1IUII)0I STKliKT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 nnd 10:30!
At 7 nnd 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
At 9 a. in. Ktigllsh sermon.
At 7 p. m., Rosary, sermon iu Portu
guese and Ueuedictioii.
Week Days Holy Mass every day nt
6 11. m.
Every biiiulay nlternoou I'.ugllsli In
struction for boys and girls at llrother's
mid Sister's school from 3 to 3 p. m.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the watitsof the faithful. Mem
bers are requested to notify the parish
priest iu due time of baptisms, marriages
Julia E. Wfialen
TION COMPANY LINE
will receive freight for
to and including. . MIUp 1o
Por particulars aud rates npply to
J. D. EASTON
To subscribe for the Hilo
f Trihlinfi T1ir nrlvnnf
make a local
paper a necessity in every
home . . . The Tribune
will fill the bill
!of local gc
SI Hirer Machines.
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Easy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSES &. RAYMOND, Hilo.
Mr. Mauuol Franco e Vasconsellos of
Knlopn, Hamakua, is our agent. All or
ders sent through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc, etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Hear iu mind that we keep a
great variety of the very best iu our line
nt moderate prices.
HILO WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Illlo, Hawaii, May b, 1903,
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, small bull calves
for raising, ueese, fresh home made
I butter, canary birds. Inquire Hilo Drug