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R. W. Jones rrturncil lo Wnimcn yes
terilny. C. N. 1'rouly came liotne Wednesday
Alexander Young was nil arrival by the
Whitman's Candles, fresh stock junt
received by L. Turner Co.
The dengue fever claims n list of vie.
tints too long for publication.
Kev. C. V. Hill was n passenger from
Honolulu by the Kinau this week.
The Hilo Hand gac n concert at the
Hilo Hotel grounds lust evening.
Turkeys and other cold storage goods
neuly arrived at I.. Turner Co. Ltd.
The closing exercises at the Catholic
Brother's School will occur June 19.
Rooms and board for two couples at
A. Hichlcy's. All modern conveniences.
Kev. S. L. Desha nnd daughter relurmd
Wednesday by the Kiirin from Honolulu.
J. R. Hcrgstrom, piano and organ
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drug Store.
C. C. Kennedy nnd J.A.Scott returned
Wednesday from 11 trip through Hani i
kun. Judge Little spent the week at Kapoho
visiting with his daughter, Mrs. J. H.
F. W. Thrum nnd daughter of Hono
lulu arrived in the city Wednesday by
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Machines received by
Moses & Raymond.
Mrs. R. II. Reid and daughter Carol
were passengers for Victoria, I). C, last
week on the Moaua.
Sam Peck, formerly of this city, has
been appointed n member of the Terri
torial pharmacy commission.
A. II. Jackson represents n gilt edged
line of insurance compiuics as may be
seen from bis ndv. in thin paper.
Police headquarters were rendered
livelier than usual yesterday by n few
over indulgent admirers of Kntucbamehn.
During my absence from Hilo all ac
counts owing to me are i-nynble to Dr.
Archie Irwin. J. J. ORACH.
Steve Avnrd lost 11 valuable gold watch
nt the Kinau wharf Wednesday nnd
' would like to communicate with the
Officer Johnson of the Hilo police force
nfter n ride of over 300 miles, captured n
Porto Rican at Halawa this week, who
was wanted for larceny on Mnui.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. F. Mnckie gave n de
lightful dance last Friday evening in
bonor of Mrs. J. U. Smith, who leaves
soon with her daughters for the Coast.
The Hllte Laundry is making special
rates for families, steamers and hotels and
sailing vessels. Telephone No. 185 or
write the Hlile Laundry for particulars.
All work guaranteed.
Carl Baddaky celebrated his birthday
last Monday night by giving o dance nt
Serrao's hall. The music was furnished
by an Hawaiian quintett. Hxcellent 're
freshments were served.
The Fire Company drilled Monday
evening, taking out the engine and one
hose cart. The connections were made
at the corner of Waianuenue and Pitman
streets under hurry up orders.
The hand book on Hawaii, issued by
Charles F. Frazier, will be distributed at
nn early date. The books will soon ar
rive nt Honolulu nnd will nt once be for
warded to the various subscribers.
No foreign mail arrived by the Kinau
this week, contrary to expectations. The
Coptic arrived in Honolulu Tuesday in
time to transfer mail to the Kinau, but
she carried none for the llig Island. The
Coptic had mail for Maui and the other
Sprains arc often more serious than
broken bones on account of not being
properly treated. Apply Chamberlain's
Pain Halm freely as soon ns the injury is
received nnd it will quickly restore the
parts ton healthy condition. The Hilo
Drug Co. sells it. ' '
The pupils of St. Joseph's School will
give n piano recital at the school house
Saturday afternoon nt s o'clock. The
commencement exercises will be held
June 18, begiuuiuu nt 2 o'clock p. in.
During these closing davs there will be
nn exhibition and bale of embroidery nnd
llattcuburg which will nttract lovers of
First Foreign Church
Services nt 11 a. 111. Mrs. Col. French
of Sun Francisco will address the aud
ience. Union service in the Hnili Church
nt night. F. L. NASH.
WE SELL IT
WHILE IT LASTS
IT CANNOT BE...
twice tho money
wo ask now
Hof f schlaeger Co., Ltd. i
PIONKKR WINP, AND
Ladles' Unlld Clears Over
Tho llcncfit concert given nt the Reeds
liny residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Little last Tuesday night was n success
both financially nnd nrtistlcally. The
Ladies Guild of St, James Mission netted
f 108 .and the guests were given nu enter
tainment of the highest onler. The
guests from Hilo were given n ride In n
special train to Wniakea through the
courtesy ol Superintendent Lambert.
I'roni the station conveyances were in
waiting to transfer tbctii to the Little
home. The place had been beautifully
decorated nnd every nrrnugemenl made
for the comfort of guests. The program
was nn excellent one consisting of music
nnd recitations. Those who nppearcd
were Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Madeira, Mrs.
Ross, Mrs. Curtis, Mrs. Illack, Mrs.
Hlliot, Miss Dorau, Miss Aknmu and
Messrs. Cook, Webb, ltccrsond Hraymen.
After the program refreshments were
served followed by dancing.
X FINE (1AMK.
The game ol ball played by the Hcnmer
Specials and the Tomi-Tomics last Sun
day was perhaps the best game ever
played lu Hilo. There were few spec
tacular plays and no sensational situa
tions. It was good, clenn, first class work
from first to last. The boys played ball
with the precision and accuracy of na
tional leaijuers. The score at the end of
leu innings was 3 to a in favor of the
Ileamer Specials. The errors on each
side balanced nt five npiecc.
The crowd in attendance was large.
The grand stand recently erected, was
filled and the spectators enjoyed the oc
casion very highly. The game' Sunday
nest will be between the Olaa Athletic
Club anil the Torn! Tomies.
The b-uteries were Williams and Solo
mon for the Heamcrs and Crowe and
Ludloff for the Touii Tomies. ,
KI111111 Passenger List.
Miss A. Smithers, Miss J. Hapai, Jas.
H. McKec, Geo. Johnson F. W. Thrum
nnd daughter. Chin Lee, John Dolan, G
II. Cotrcll, Miss R. C. Saddler, Miss Knte
Saddler, Miss Mary A. Young, Miss N.
Havens, Alexander Young, Miss Lydia
Mnccy, Miss M. Williams, 1. A. Max
field, Rev. S. L- Desha nnd daughter, J.
G. Stayton, Major Harris. Miss Wight,
Miss Leslie Wight, C. N. Prouty. S.
Gourlay, Rev. C. W. Hill, Mrs. French,
Mrs. Harris, Sirs. C. Andrews and child,
Master Cutton, Geo. N. Cutton nnd wife,
Wallace De Witt.' Miss De Witt, J. II.
Illiss. Miss Hildretb, Miss McCulloch.
K. of P. .Memorial.
The Knights of Pythias of Hilo will
hold memorial services nt their Castle
hall Saturday, June 14 at 3 p.m. to which
Che public is cordially invited. The
charter for the Hilo Lodge was granted
in 1S9S nnd the lodge has enjoyed a
healthful growth ever since. This year
is the first time the Knights have ob
served their memorial day nnd they are
planning to do it in first class style, lite
public is especially invited to these cere
monies. ,...................... L'vnl..o
The closing exercises of the Hilo
Boarding School will take place the early
..0.1 r., ......I- nn m,ii ,
part of next week. On Monday at 3 p.
m June 15th, 11 literary program will be
given at the school. An exhibit of class
room mill manual work win Dedisp aycd.
Following this there will be a military
and Indian club drill. Tuesday evening,
June 16th, at 7:30 P-mv the graduating
exercises will take place at the Haili
Church. A cordial invitation is extended
to nil to ntteml.
Small Planters Want Mill.
The small planters of Olaa arc looking
into the feasibility of erecting a small
Suiiar mill to criud their cane. Invcsti
cations are now under way
cost, capacity and character
necessary to do the business. As soon as
letters that have been sent to the maiu-
laud bring back replies, the small plant
ersof Olaa will bold a meeting and de
cide upon a course of action.
Shot lu Alidomou.
Ah N'uiii, a Chinese who has been a
small merchant in Hilo for some time,
attempted suicide yesterday morning be
fore getting out of bed. He fired a re
volver twice, placing the muzzle against
his abdomen. The shots failed to pro
duce the desired result. The police took
the injured man in charge and removed
him to the hospital for treatment.
i:. H. Peck Dead.
A. cablegram was received by the family
of P. Peck last Saturday announcing the
death of H. R. Peck at San Francisco.
Mr. P. Peck who has been at bis brothers
bed side for several weeks will arrive
home before the end of the month.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NQ SUBSTITUTE
FOUNT II 01 JULY.
Committee Moots and Finds Proicresi
In All Lines.
The general committee on arrange
ments for the celebration of the Fourth
of July held a meeting Tuesday and tran
sacted considerable business. One of the
most important questions before the com.
mlttee is that of caring for the crowd of
visitors who will be here at that time.
The multitude will be fed easily enough,
the hard problem is to secure adequate
sleeping quarters. A committee consist
ing of H. N. Holmes, H. H. Austin, Mrs.
K. J. Weight and D. Lycurgus was ap
pointed to arrange for lodging the people.
Any persons having room to spare will
confer a favor by notifying the members
of this committee.
The report of A. C. McKcnncy, chair
man of the finance committee, sh6wcd
that the members of that committee have
been doiug their duty. There is not yet
money enough in sight to pull off the at
tractions that have been promised. All
the reports are not in however. The out
side districts have not reported yet, with
one or two exceptions. When these arc
in the committee expects to find itself
well supplied with the sinews of war.
The outlook for races could not be
better, nnd this" phase alone will amply
compensate all who come to Hilo on the
Fourth. Some modifications were mode
in the barbecue plans which will facili
tate the feeding of the people.
Two communications were read from
Mr. P. Peck with reference to (he Kohala
Hilo railroad, with the assurance that all
arrangements had been satisfactorily
closed and that Mr. Peck would be home
from San Francisco in time to participate
in the ceremonies of turning the sod.
Drake Mnkcs Ills Regular Hounds
lu the Interest or Uncle Sam.
W. F. Drake, Division Deputy Internal
Revenue Collector, was in Hilo a few
days this.weck on his semi-annual official
tour around the island. Mr. Drake was
accompanied by Dr. Garvin of Honolulu
who is taking an outing trip around the
Island. Mr. Drake says that his observa
tions show 110 perceptible increase in the
illicit sale of liquor in the Islands. The
revenue office has more special tax payers
than ever before.
A matter that will interest all Chinese
is the fact that the Chinese Registration
business has all been turned over to the
new Cabinet Department of Commerce
over which J. B. Cortclyou resides. All
apers, records and Duplicate Certificates
mve been forwarded to Washington in
accordance with this order. Mr. Drake
says that a number of Certificates of
Registration were never called for indi
cating that a good many orientals did not
care for the right to remain in American
Olnn Athletics. '
Olaa has gone into athletics on a sys
tematic basis. Last Saturday the Olaa
Athletic Club was organized with S. G.
Walker, President, Joe Lino, Treasurer
and an Hxecutive Committee, consisting
of the President, Jack Philips and Mr.
The Olaa race track field is being put
into shape for base ball and wheu finished
will make one of the best diamonds in
me uisinei. xuc uihu uasc uuii ictiui.
...l.:l. :. l..1..1.l , 1.. till . till-
grounds next Sunday is said to be in fine
wiiiuii la aiui;wuici4 iu uiuy .iiiu im a.iiv
trim and able to put up a game 011 n
level with the scientific ball that is now
bei , , , n0 The tcam wln ,,,.
managed by Nigel Jackson and captained
uv ijUKcne McCann. The Hue up of the
01an lcam s Ci v. Osorio; p., John Van-
, lmlta. lbi( Gi Supe; 2bi Tt Nai,iwa; 3b
Ki McCnnn; ss., Nigel Jackson; cf., J.
Akau; rf Kauwelo; If., Jack Duffy.
. ... . "!T
J Pleased Wltlt Koreans.
Manager John Sherman, of the
of the Ha-
waiiau Agricultural Company, Pahala, is
much pleased with the Koreans ns field
laborers. He has built them new quarters
aud they seem contented. The laborers'
quarters in general at Pahala have been
overhauled, to their betterment in com
fort and liyuienc.
I There will be a public opening of the
I new plantation railway, constructed under
I direction of Ray Mayuard, in about n
week, It is 10 or 12 miles long, taking
in all of the lower lands on which bullock
transportation has hitherto been in vogue.
Mrs. William Ogg, wife of the head
luua at Pahala, is recovering from severe
Co. 1) to Honolulu.
Wednesday morning, Captain Fetter
of Company D received au order from
Regimental headquarters at Honolulu to
proceed to Honolulu by the S, S. Noeau
with his Company of Hawaiian National
Guard, to go into encampment at Camp
McKinlcy with the regular troops. The
Honolulu companies went into camp on
the morning of the iotlr nnd the Hilo
boys will join them today. ,
The Noeau came to Hilo Wed. night
especially to take the soldiers over. There
was a general hustle among the boys
Wednesday afternoon to get away. The
steamer ft with a husky lot of soldiers
at 10,130 p. m.
Sulrntlon 'Army Services.
Mrs. Colonel French and Major aud
Airs. Harris arrived 011 the Kinau Wed
1 nesday evening and will conduct meet
ings in this city as follows: Thursday '
night, 8 p, til., Welcome Demonstration, I
Salvation Army Hall. Friday and Sat
urday nights, 8, p.m., Salvation Meet-1
ings, Army Hall. Sunday morning,
Foreign Church. Sunday night, union I
services at Haiti Church. Monday night, '
Wniakea Chapel. Thursdoy night, Fare
well Meeting ot Salvation Army Hall.
All are cordially invited to attend these
St. Jiiiiich Jllsslon.
First Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 a. in.,
Holy Kuclmrist; II a.m., Matins and
.Sermon! 7:30p.m., Kveusong and Ser
mon. m 1
Hotter Sugar Prlues.
New York, Tune 8. Suirar was ad
vanced today to 4,70 cents on the basis of
TUESDAY IN IIOU.HE
Lower II ranch or Legislature Down
Honolulu, June 9, Another measure
was passed to the credit of the House
yesterday, when the Senate bill provid
ing for Unpaid Hills of the various de
partments wns put through on third
reading. It was dotie after another strug
gle over matters which had been decided
upon at earlier stages, but the House
stood pretty firm, the only ndditlon to ,
the bill being Hint of fSo for Member W.
J, Wright ofKona, for legal set vices, and
nothing was cut out.
After that had been put by there was
nu afternoon given to salaries, and slow
progress was made. It was pretty fair
working until the Hoard of Health had
been reached, aud then the club was used,
though not with great effect. There was
n long discussion, however, over the in-'
spectors, and again over the various food
analysts, but finally the members man-1
aged to get together on a basis which 1
meant something like progress.
There is n little humor mixed with the
dull gray of the House, and it seems like-1
ly that it will have a chance to show If1
the reported plans of the Senate are
carried out. There is said to be the rag
ged edge of a shortage in sight in the
expense account of the Senate. In fact,
if there is not provision made very soon
there will be no money for the payment
of the clerical work next week. Now
the question is, what shall be done in the
matter? It is safe to say that the House
will not let pass the chance to get a sly
dig at the upper body. One proposal is
that n special committee shall be ap
pointed to look into the accounts of the
Senate to determine whether or not there
shall be any increase, and another is that
the House shall amend the bill in word
ing, setting forth the extravagance of the
Senate, and making the appropriation
$50,000. One member has a resolution
which sets forth the condition of the
treasury, and asks that the Hon. L. L.
McCandless shall advance all money
necessary to carry on the upper body,
trusting to the Legislature of 1905 for re
imbuisenieut. There will be appointed the first im
portant conference committee today,
that on the Six Months current account
bill, and its work will in all probability
take some time in completion.
The children of the Foreign Church
Sabbath School furnished a pleasant little
entertainment for their parents and
friends last Sunday morning. The church
was beautifully decorated for the occa
sion, aud the young people received
many compliments for the careful man
ner in which each number was presented,
The primary department, under the
supervision of Mrs. Lindsay, Mrs. Guard
and Mrs. Marsh, made a fine showing.
The "Angel of the Sunday School" by
the older scholars was well rendered nnd
taught a very beautiful and important
The single recitations, cliaraues, and
Pastor's address added to the interest and
impressiveness of the occasion. The
Churchds to be congratulated on the sat
isfactory condition of its Sabbath School.
June 7, arrived, Am. S. S. Oregonian,
Cartv master, en route from Hono
lulu via Kahului to Delaware
Breakwater for orders. Loading
June 8, entered, Am. bark Roderick Dim,
Hugalls master, one passenger, 15
days from San Francisco, with
cargo of general merchandise
amounting to $28,585.31.
June 9, cleared, Am. S. S. Oregonian,
Carty master, for Delaware Break
water for orders, with sugar from
Hilo, as follows: Wniakea Mill,
8,000 bags; Hawaii Mill, 5,305 bags.
Total cargo from Hilo, $53,747.81.
June to, cleared, schooner Spokane, Jam
iesou master, in ballast for Port
The Allied Trades.
At the meeting of the Allied Trades
Monday night six new members were
taken in. One of the most gratifying
incidents of the meeting was the good i
reports of the satisfaction being given by
laborers who arc members or the 1'cdt-ra-
lion. The members who have been en-
gaged 111 unloading vessels arc said to
have set a new pace for speed and excel-
leuce of work. It Is one of the principles
of the Federation to bring the work of
members to the highest standard or elh
ciency. Canary Birds.
Just received by S. S
China, two bun-
dred canary birds, beautiful
f J.50 each.
Send in your orders to
1:. II. IIKUWN,
Admiuistratcr for D. G. Camariuos.
O, Box 807, Honolulu. 24-cow
The public is notified that about 8
mouths ai'O a strange cow made its ap
pearauce at my Kaumaua dairy and no
one has to date identified or claimed the
same. Owner may have the animal upon
its identification, payment of pasturage
and advertising notices.
JOAO VIF.IRA, "The Milkman."
Hilo, June 10, 1903. 32-3
Julia L wnaien
TION COMPANY MNF.
will receive freight for
to and including., . IIIUC 1n
Por particulars and rates apply to
J. D. EASTON
IT IS TRUE
stock in styles that arc reasonable and
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 in value.
COME HERE FOR
and they are stamped
Come aud get a pair -
Economic Shoe Company
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has iust opened an extensive Hue of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray 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
Also a new stock
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
lir I Dvi Hnnca
.Y 3131(03 D03T UOUSC
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVI5 NOW A FLUIJT OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUIH.IC HIRK
Passengers aud baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rides. Launches and rowbouts to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TEMvPIIONK
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from li h. p. upwards,
llotds fitted with this enuiiie or frames ot
any size to order. For particulars apply
R. A. LUCAS, Manager.
Dr.I'lerce'i Kltctrle Trull
It a Utrvtl. Nothlnj like
LGtHuim Curt lot Iluuture.
World-renowned. 27 luiproMiu'ti.
II niDtured Inventlirate at onoa.
Call or write (or "UuoKLtr No. 1 "
MAGNETIC e.TRUSSC0..33Wt!tIth Btrt,Nicr
Von, tt. Y, or 200 l'oat Street, Hau r'raiicUiu, Cal.
Did yon know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Kasy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSUS & RAYMOND, Hilo.
I haven't as large a stock of hats as one
will see in n big store in cities on the
mainland, HUT I have a well-selected
YOUR NEXT HAT
M. F. MCDONALD
Don't Get Excited.
Because you belong to the
Union; there are others.
We've got Union - made
shoes aud lots of them,
the Union stamp, too.
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 . . . The advent
J Tribune . .
J of local gc
make a local
paper a necessity in every
home . . . The Tribune
will fill the bill
Mr. Maueol Franco e Vnsconsellos of
Kalopa, Hamakua.'is our agent. All or
ders sent through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Hear in mind that we keep a
great variety of the very best in our line
at moderate prices.
IIILO WINP, & LIQUOR 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
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