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It wain't Captain l.ake.
Tlic I.ymati boys nrc home for their
For Sai.H One ficsh mlloli cow. Ap
ply llilo Drug Store.
It. A. lscnberg of Hackfeld & Co. nr
rived by the Klnatt.
Whitman's Cninlle9, fresh stock just
received by I,. Turner Co.
A. C. McKctincy hm tecovercd from nil
nttnek of the dengue.
Rooms mid boatd lor two couples at
A. Rlchley's, All modem conveniences.
Honolulu rrftno Hock llecr, best in the
market :o cents a glass nt the Union
J. K. Hcrgstrom, piano nud orgiu
tuner, leave orders at the Owl Drug Store.
Received per Santiago n large consign
tnciit of Ulcctric Hylo Lamp. A. R.
During my absence from Hilo rill ac
counts owing to me nre payable to Dr.
Archie Irwin. J. J. GRACK.
I). W. Marsh and Henry Maby of the
Triuunk force have been in bed this week
with the dengue.
M. G. Santos 1ms money to loan. Ap
ply at Scrrao's Grocery, Hridgc street.
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Mnchines received by
Moses & Raymond.
The local lodge of Knights of Pythias
will hold memorial services at their hall
Sunday, June 14th.
J.) W. Kelkcr of the Hilo Railrond
machine shops left yesterday for a busi
ness trip around the island.
Turkeys and other. cold storage goods
newly arrived at h. Turner Co. J.td.
Japanese crepe shirts; finest quality
large size only. Closing out at 25 per
cent reduction. Ring up for particulars.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Slobic, Mr. and
Mrs. Guard, Mr. and Mr. A. M. Wilson,
Miss Dunn, R. A. Lucas and A. C. Austin
were guests at the Volcano House over
Special train to Waiakca Tuesday night
at 7:30 leaves foot of Waianncnue street
for accommodation of people going to the
St. James Benefit Concert at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Utile.
Fish Inspector Herring states for the
information of the public that there are
no fees for inspection of fish. The Terri
tory pays him a salary for this work. The
only charges arc for the use of the mar
ket facilities at either market.
Uruisks, Wounds and Laciiratio.ws
need uu antiseptic dressing. Chamber
lain's l'aiu Halm answers this purpose to
perfection. It is a liniment of wonderful
healing power. One application gives re
lief.. Try it.
Tickets arc selling rapidly for the con
cert to be given at the Reeds Hay home
of W. II. Kittle, Tuesday night, for the
benefit of St. James Mission. The pro
gram for the parlor concert will be an ex
cellent one. The ladies in charge have
left nothing undone to guarantee a splen
did evening's entertainment to all who
The school year of the Hilo Hoarding
School will close this year with special
exercises. Monday, June 15th, there will
be classroom work and a shop exhibit.
Tuesdoy Commencement exercises will
beheld in the Haili Church, and Wed
nesday, June 17, there will be field day
sports in the forenoon, ond a luau in the
The mectiuu' ol citizens Tuesday even
ing to consider means for improving Hilo's
fire protection was attended by several
members, of the fire department ond only
a few of the business men. The situation
was informally discussed and adjourn
ment was taken to Thursday evening.
I.ast evening the members of the depart
ment met to reorganize and elect new
By every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
I.oo per year; subscriptions received.
MOSHS & RAYMOND, Tel. 17S.
' EVER TRIED
WE SELL IT
WHILE IT LASTS
IT CANNOT BE...
twice tho monoy
wo ask now
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.i
PIONIU5R WINK AND
l'roicmm Sunday, .Mum 7, 11 A. M ,
nt I'orolu'ii Church.
Hymn by Choir, School and Congrega
tion. Responsive Reading,
Chorus "Siui9hliic Hand" School
Opening Address "Children's Day"
Song "Children's Day"
Chorus "Swell the Song of Glad
"A Basket of l'lowers" a scries of short
recitations by the following children'
Ruth Stacker, Roderick Pearson,
Albert libeling, . Isabel Kennedy,
Dorothy Richards, Robbie Rice.
Carol McKcuucy, Donald James,
Duet "A Rosebud"
Alex I.indscy nnd Harry Mumby
Recitation "The Children"
Chorus "The Children's Frlciid"..School
Song "This Is the Way the Mist
Goes Up" Primary Department
Chorus "His Blessings Come Down"
"The Angel of the Sunday School".. "
Guardian of Throne
Angel of Order Gertrude Wilfong
Angel of Music Gloria Miguel
Angel of Literature Lydia Byrne
Angel of Love F.nid Carter
Angel of Bible Catherine Howard
Chorus "Beautiful Days" School
Do, 'oration lay Services.
The services at Haiti Church Inst Sun.
day evening were a fitting climax to the
observances in Hilo of Decoration Day
Saturday the business houses were closed
and during 'the day the graves in the
cemetery were covered with flowers.
Sunday at the First Foreign Church
Rev. Mr. Nash delivered an impressive
memorial sermon Sunday evening at the
Haili Church a formal program was pre-
scutcd. The church was filled to over
flowing. The decorations -were of bunt
ing and flags. The band was present and
played patriotic airs. Mrs. Lewis pre
sided at the organ ami was assisted in the
music by the choir nud the Hilo Boarding
School cadets. Mrs. Hartcls sang a solo
and interesting recitations were delivered
by W. C. Cook and II. IJ. Kelsey. Short
addresses were made by Judge Little,
who presided, and by II. L. Ross.
May 29th Cleared, bark St. Kathcrine,
Saunders, Master, for San Francisco, with
cargo of general merchandise nnd sugar
.is follows: Houotuu, 15,072 bags; Ono
mea, 14,968 bags. Coffee, 1,419 lbs.; hides
and skins, $745. 60. Total cargo value,
June 2d Cleared, bark Santiago, An
derson, Master, for San Francisco, with 3
Japanese passengers and cargo of mer
chandise amounting to $50, and sugar as
follows: Hilo Sugar Co., 6,000 bags; Ha
kalau, 6,000 bags; Waiakea Mill, 4,000
bags; Pcpcekeo, 4,I2S bags; Olaa, 6,200
bags. Total cargo, $100,751.21.
Legal holidays in this Territory as
given out by Secretary Carter are 'as fol
lows: The 1st day of January.
The 22nd day of February.
The 1 ith day of June.
The Fourth day of July.
The first Monday in September,
The third Saturday in September.
The 25th day of December.
Thanksgiving Day is made a holiday
each year by Executive proclamation.
Mi'ut I'orelgu Church
Services at 11 a. 111. nud 7:30 p. 111.
Exercises appropriate to Children's
Day in the morning.
Evening subject: "Ways That Seem
Right, and the Way That Is Right."
F. L. NASH, Pastor.
The members of the Foreign Church
Sabbath School have prepared an inter
esting program, which will be given next
Sunday morning at 1 1 o'clock. They ex
tend a cordial invitation to their friends
to be present.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE ISJVO SUBSTITUTE
B -4Z1 IW'KJ
IIOHSKS IX TKAIMM1.
Flue Outlook for (Inod Knees Tills
Yrnr nt llilo.
The lively state of affairs nt the
race track promises the best
race meet here July 3 ami 4, in the
history of the race track. Mr.
O'Rourke who goes to Honolulu
today in the interest of the Hilo
racemecting, says there will be
more horses here July 4, than ever
at the Hilo races before. The prob
lem of stable room for all of them
is now being solved by the man
agement. Among the horses now in train
ing are a lot of new ones. Horner
has four new Hawaiian bred horses
at the track which are showing up
well in the hands of their trainer.
McL,ennon's Rejected and Frank S
arc comming along in good shape.
Carter's Ranch is represented by
Defender and three others, a bunch
that will spring some suprises on
race day. Philip, Carter Harrison
and. Dixie Lund are doing good
The Honolulu crowd will bring
with them Wellcr, Racine Murphy,
Molly Connors, Aggravation and
Several harness horses are in
(1KAVKS WERE HONORED.
Not True That tho Strewing of
Flowers Was Omitted.
Seeing it stated in the Hawaii
Herald that the decoration of the
graves of the old soldiers was omit
ted in Hilo Cemetery this year, a
Tribune representative inquired
about the matter, of Miss Elvira
Richardson, a member of the Floral
"I think it was a great injustice
for such a statement to be made,"
said Miss Richardson. "The dis
tribution of flowers at the cemetery
was never more lavish than it was
last Saturday. Early in the morn
ing the Floral Committee assisted
by Judge L,ittle and Mr. Lyman
and members of Company D
went to the cemetery with the
flowers. Every old soldier's grave
had its flag and floral decorations.
The management of the Volcano
House sent down a. quantity of
flowers and lillies which were spread
over soldier graves. The decor
ations were pronounced by all who
saw them as prettier and more elab
orate than they had ever been be
fore. "We omitted the parade this
1 year for the reason that heretofore it
has rained and the children
have been drenched. As it was,
last Saturday,- the people went to
the cemetery informally. vThe im
pression that Hilo neglected the
graves of the old soldiers should
not be circulated for it is not true."
Baseball is on its feet in Hilo.
There are not only numerous ball
teams but they play the game well.
TJic people who have gone to the
ball games have not met with a dis
appointing moment. The game on
Decoration Day between the Hilo
Railroad and the Waiakea nines
was witnessed by a large crowd.
The game went to Waiakea with a
score of 10 to 6.
Sunday afternoon the most inter
esting game of the season was
played between Olaa and the Bea
mer Specials. Foj several innings
the score stood a tie and was a tie
in the last inning and up to the
last batter who had two strikes
against him. At this critical junc
ture, Green who was at the bat,
struck a two bagger and brought '
in ihos. Nahiwa from second base,
winning the game by a score of 7 1
to 6. The battery for the Olaa1
team was Jackson in the box and
McCann behind the bat. Ragsdale
and Williams pitched for the losers
and Solomon did the work behind
Statement of Souzu.
Hilo, Hawaii, 4th June, 1903.
Editor Hilo Tribune, Hilo:
Dear Sir: The Evening Bulletin of
Honolulu, in its issues of the aoth
1 May ultimo (daily) and weekly of
; the 2d instant, under the heading
J of "Deputy Sheriff Andrews and
His Participation in Hilo Thumb
Stringing Episode," has a para
graph giving my name as the in-1
formant in the matter, which is not I
correct. . I
It is true that I acted as interpre- j
ter for the investigation and also for
the attorney of the defendant, and
that I testified what, as such inter-,
preter, had been said to me, before
the Grand Jury, which testimony
differs from the statement referred. I
Outside of the officials connected
' in the. matter, I have not informed
any one else.
By giving these lines publicity in
your well known weekly, you will 1
Yours very truly,
P. SOUZA. I
Klimu I'liMftiigcr I.Ut.
A. Lyinnu, T. Lyman, K. Lccloy, F..
Campbell, II. A. Isenberg, W. Lorcur,
Mrs. J. T. Brown nnd 2 sons, E. P. Ben.
Ion, II, Rochriug, Mrs. L. E. Anient nud
child, Prof. C. J. I. pons, Miss Emma
Lewis, Geo. Ross, W. II. Haiti, J. II.
Lewis, Jns. Dcnuiaii.
SI. Jatnvs Mission.
Trinity Sunday, 7:30 a. m Holy En
charist; it :00 a.m., Holy Eucharist; 7:30
p. 111,, evening song and sermon.
Just received by S. S. China, two hun
dred canary birds, beautiful singers, nt
$2.50 each. Send in your ciders to
C. II. BROWN,
Administrator for I), G. Cuiimilnos.
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu. 24-eow
The San Frantisco Milli
ner, will be in Hilo for a
few weeks only, with a
'large stock of The Very
Latest in Her Line,
immediately after the
Special rates by week nnd month to
The sulphur steam baths have been
entirely remodeled and a new cabinet
ndded, making the finest steam baths
in the country.
A new tennis court, a new croquet
ground and target range have been
The main building has been entirely
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
Uncle Sam's Cigar Store:
Walanuonuo Stroot '
HILO, - - - HAWAII
SATURDAY. JUNE G
I Will sell at Public Auction, Saturday, At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
June 6, at the foot of Church striiet, a ' guese sermons.
large quantity of merchandise, including
Two Sewing Machines,
A Lot of Ready-Mnde Clothing,
Harness and Saddles,
Groceries and Tobaccos.
I. E. RAY.
Krf rJ WV
IT IS TRUE
stock in styles that nrc tensounble nnd
The qualities are Stetson's and RocloPs $5.00.
" Imperial, $3.50; other 'makes 75c to $2.50 each.
A soft black hat for $1.75 that ranks high in value.
COME HERE FOR
and they are stamped
Conic and get a pair-
Economic Shoe Company
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has iust opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Also n new stock
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
Julie E. wnaien
TION COMPANY UNI?
will receive freight for
to and including... Mf 1n
For particulars aud rates apply to
J. D. EASTON
CATHOLIC CIIUKCII, lllUIH'.K STKUliT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 9 a, 111. Kuglish sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, sermon in Portu.
guese and Benediction.
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. m.
livery Sunday afternoon Uiiglish in
struction for boys and girls at Ilrother's
and Sister's school from a to 3 p. in.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wautsof the faithful. Mem
bers are requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for n new Singer, F.asy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSHS & RAYMOND, Hilo.
will sec In n big store in cities on the
mainland, BUT I have a well-selected
YOUR NEXT HAT
Don't Get Excited
Because you belong to the
Union; there are others.
We've got Union - made
shoes aud lots of them.
I haven't as large a stock of lints as one
with the Union stamp, too.
select line of
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords Children's Shoes aud Slip
pers of the celebrated
To subscribe for the Hilo
Tribune . . . Tlip nrivnnr
of local government in
Hawaii will make a local i
paper a necessity in every J
home . . . The Tribune
will fill the bill
Mr. Maneol Franco e Vasconsellps of
Kalopa, Hatnakua, is our agent. All or
ders sent through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc., will have our prompt nt
tention. Hear in mind that we keep a
great variety of the very best iu our line
at moderate prices.
II 1 1.0 WINK & UQUOR CO.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, small bull calves
for raising, geese, fresh home .made
butter, canary birds. Inquire Hilo Drug