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Hear Dam llellfi.
It. It. I'nxlou is In the city on husluuis.
Sheriff Andrews is in Koua on official
The KnlcrprUe will bring foreign mull
J. Ka llrowit
or Honolulu arrived by
A new floor has been put down nt the
J. O'Kourkc returned by the ICiimu
The Roderick Dhu will s.iil today for
The Allied Trades membership is Mill
oil the increase.
Kolmln bus a progressive mid up to
date social club.
I'red Wept will be n Co.ist pissengcr by
the Manila Davis.
15. 1. Mellor cntne home Irom Hon
L. A. Thurston was mi nrrival by the
Whitman's Candid, fresh stock just
received by h. Turner Co.
A. 1. Kulberu returned from Honolulu
by the Klnnu Wednesday. ,
H. II. Austin returned Wednesday from .
a business tritt to Honolulu. I
1'or Sai.K Horse, saddle and bridle.
Inquire nt TRMUKK Office.
J. W. Kelkcr returned Tuesday from a
business trip through Kohula.
Prince Cupid will stop at the home of
John linker while in the city.
R. IlalU-ntyuc nrmed by the Kiunu
Wednesday to attend the races.
SheriiT Andrews went toKauaud Kpna
Monday afternoon on business.
Alexander Young and (laughter return
to Honolulu today by the Kiunu.
Pahala plautntiou is grinding nt the
rate of 2000 tons of sugar n mouth.
Mrs. J. U. Smith and two daughters go
to the Coast by the Rodei ick Dhu.
Turkeys nml other cold storage goods
newly arrived nt I,. Turner Co. Ltd.
Chas. McCarthy of Honolulu was
among the Kiunu passengers Wednesday.
J. R. .Ilergstroni, piano and organ
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drugstore.
A. H.Jackson came home Wednesday
from n business trip to outside districts.
Rooms and board for two couples at
A. Richlcy's, All modern conveniences.
Francis H. Warlaud, sou of Captain
Wnrlnud, is visiting his sister Mrs. I. IJ.
W. S. McLean returned Wednesday
from n successful business trip through
Queen I.iluoknlnui while in Hilo will
be n guest r.t the home of Rev, S. I,.
Kenneth Winter came over from Hon
olulu by the Kiuau this week to visit
Dixie Land won the one ntul n half
mile dash at the Knniehamchn Day races
Mrs. U.K. Kelsey is.icting as Librarian
nt the City Library" during the illness of
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Machines received by
Moses & Raymond.
The first rain for n month fell nt Pa
hala Sunday a ml Monday. The down
pour was welcomed. '
Hear Dem Hells. - - - -
The local and visiting members of the
Salvation Army are enjoying a visit at
the Volcano this week.
A concert will be held nt Pnpnikou
schoolhouse, Saturday evening, June 20,
tor the heuclit ot the Church.
The preparations for the Fourth of
July ill Hilo go forward apace and all
will be in readiness for the people.
The Hawaiian Agricultural ConiMiiy's
railroad from the beach to the mill has
been in successful operation for several
J. Andrews, Mcllride, Ragsdale and
Weight, members of Company D, did not
come home this week, but remained in
Honolulu 011 business.
Mrs. C. H..W. Hitchcock is visiting in
Honolulu with the family of Howard
'Hitelicrck who leave shortly to reside
permanently in New York.
Ily this Enterprise The California
Fnitt Market will receive a lnrgc invoice
of Cherries, Apricots and other fruits,
nlso Oysters, Celery Cauliflower etc.
WE SELL IT...
WHILE IT LASTS
IT CANNOT BE...
twico tho monoy
wo ask now
Hoff schlaeger Co., Ltd.
PIONEER WINE AND
CHURCH STREET '
Kills Pilot. .KngllKU -ut Knlitilttl mid '
Vimvq tvn lirnlltfllt liv tlln Kllinll nf fine I
of the worst dynamite tragedies nt Kn
hiilui, that has yet overtaken fishermen
in these Islands. Pilot, Robert Knglish
was killed and a man nnmed Crews was
llftrrlblv mutilated. Dctnlls of the nc
cident were not given, further than to
say that a dynamite stick prematurely
cxtilodid Knglish died soon after, while
being taken to Wailuku for treatment.
The other matt lost one arm nml had one
leg shattered nt the thigh.
Tin: Klks Minstrels.
The rehearsals for the Klks minstrel
show have prayed that Hilo talent is able
to produce a first class show. The min
strels will be n pronounced success be
cause of two things good talent nnd In
defntignblc work. Those who will ap
pear on the stage nt Sprcckels' hnll have
been rehearsing incessantly since the
project wns first stnrled nnd the people
will be surprised when the curtain goes
up. It will be the best tbnt wns overpro
duced in Hilo. Mr. Johnson, who is
stage manager for the show lias kept his
people thoroughly in hand despite of
dengue nnd says that everyone taking
part w ill come out with distinct credit.
Tlie tickets will be on sale nt the Owl
Drug store Monday June 22.
Outgoing Kiunu List.
Rev E G He Silva and wife, Miss Mas
sey, Prol. Kaerger, J MCoulson, J Taylor,
Mrs Jno Utterstrom, Mrs M D Cook, J T
Stayton, llro Mathias, S. Toplltz, V
Davey, Alexander Young, W S Wood, J
C Cohen, Mrs Geo RuIIiuiauii, Mrs Irish,
Mrs E C Ilond. Mrs W S Rose. Emma
Rose, Henry Rose, Mrs Aligns, Mrs G M
Dolnn, Miss'M Havens, Miss Young.
Hist Foreign Church
Usual services next Sabbath.
iug subject "The Eagle's Nest
Hear Dem Hells.
The race committee held n meeting
yesterday afternoon and arranged n few
dclnils which will result in bringing
some good harness horses from Honolulu.
The management and employees of the
Hutchinson plantation will celebrate the
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Fourth of July 111 their own way on
grounds between Nitalchu and Houoapu.
Mrs. W. L. Rose, Henry Rose, Emma
linsc. Mrs. fl. TI. Uiiltninntintwl rtiildriMi
leave by the Kiunu this week for n three
months visit nt wniiuea, with Airs. Lind
J. K. Brown, United States Commis
sioner of Immigration at Honolulu is iu
the city. He will be here n week or ten
days and will look into the Porto Ricau
Owing to the prevalence of the dengue 1
fever the Cinch Club will not hold any I
meetings until July 10, when the mem
bers will be entertained at the home of
Mrs. II. L. Ross.
Hear Dem Bells.
Real Estate values arc at a level now
in Hilo that makes it one of the safest
kinds of investment. I. E. Ray offers
some bargains in nn advertisement
published this week.
.,.Th? Ola baUur9 went down before the i
Wninkea's last oundny with a score ot 14
to 2 nuninst them. The Olnns promise to
makcii better showing with more practice,
and after dengue goes out of fashion.
Notick Neither the Masters nor at drill and the company went through
Agent of vessels of the "Mntson Line" evolutions side by side with the seasoned
will be responsible for anv debts con-' soldiers. Officers of the regiment coin
traded by the crew. R. V. GUARD, plimented the Hilo militia nnd com
gent. mended the work of Company D's offi-
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24- I ccrs- The boys passed in review before
' the Governor last Saturday. Tuesday.
The Amy Turner, Captain Warland,
arrived Tuesday, 12 days from San Fran-1
cisco with n cargo of general merchandise
consigned to H Hackfeld & Co. She
brought ns passengers, Mr. and Mrs. C.
E. Iliser, E. E. Wilcox and F. II. War
land: Strains arc often more serious than
broken bones on account of not being
properly treated. Apply Chamberlain's
Pain Balm freely ns sooji ns the injury is
received nnd it will ouicklv restore the
parts to n healthy condition. The Hilo
Drug Lo. sells it. "
This morning nt 10:15, Waiakea-Kai
....11,1 :.i t,.! ei' i ...iii i.i.i
mill iiiYi'iamc 1 iitiuiiy v3i:nuui3 win uum
their closing exerciW- There will be
rcuukir classroom work from q to 10. At
the Union School building, classroom
work from 9 to 12 will be followed by
closing exercises, beginning promptly at
mw. Friends and patrons of the school
are invited to attend. ' l "c "verage nuemiancc nt tlie various
meetings aud classes nt the chapel is
The music nt tlie First Foreign Church ' Kd' A new feature of work is the
Sunday morning, was contributed by n , newly organized weaving class at which
qmirtett instead of tlie regulnr Choir, the Hawaiian art will be preserved and
Mrs. Lewis being kept at her home by , we trust advanced nt Waiakea. Already
sickness. The qunrtctt was composed of, quite a number of articles such as fans,
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. C. E. Ilupai ami Messrs I mats, etc., are placed in the case, pur
Cook and Howland. Their rendition of ( chased expressly for the display of the
"Come Holy Spirit" was especially goods. They will be on special exhibi
pleasing. tiou Friday afternoons.
By every bo.it we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
fl.oo pur year; subscriptions received.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
FOURTH OF JULY PIMHlltAM.
Order of Patriotic Exorcise to Take
Place In Forenoon.
The committee In charge of the rail
road ground breaking ceremony on July
the Fourth have made up a general pro
gram for that hour. The committee held
a meeting last Saturday at which E.N.
Holmes was elected chairman and W. H.
Lambert secretary. After due delibera
tion the following was decided upon as
the order of events Saturday forenoon,
Salute of 44 guns at sunrise.
9 a. 111., Parade of Hand and Company I)
9:30 a. tn., Literary Exercises
National Airs by Hand, 5 minutes
Prayer, 5 minutes
Patriotic Songs by Quartet, 10 minutes
Rending Dec. of Independence, 10 min.
Oration, 20 minutes
Selections by Band, to minutes
10:30, Speech before brcakiiig ground of
the II. nnd K.R. K.
Drcakitig ground with remarks
11 n. 111., Barbecue.
The following Is list of Grand nnd trial
jurors summoned for the July term of
Court at Houokan: Graudjury: E. II.
Austin, A. C. Palfrey, Albert Homer, K.
A. Lucas, A. Chalmers, William Iliggius,
I. G'. Jones, C. 11. Fisher, Geo. F. Hall,
James Glbb. Thds. Richard, W. G.
Walker, A. L. Louisson, E, Homer, W.
J. Rickard, E. N. Deyo, C. R. lllacow,
R. D. Junkins, D. McKenzic, Jos. Prit
chard, L. A. Swayuc, J. M. de Gouvca,
Trinl jurors: E. E. Richards, E. D.
Baldwin, A. U. Lindsay, John Payne, A.
P. Hrickwood. M. V. Holmes, O. W.
Rose, A. S.LcB. Gurncy, W. Russell, II.
F, Maqy, li. F. Howland, W. Nailima
Jr., Henry West, Arthur Homer, M. de
F. Spinola, Edw. Thomas, Geo. Kniscr,
J. T. Stacker, M. G. de Gouvia, F. de
Rosa, C. F. llrawshnw, Jno. Tavnsh, W,
D. Schmidt, nnd J. T. Lewis.
Under the statute the court convenes
the first Wednesday in July, which this
year falls on the first day of the month.
The Calendar for the term now in press
at the Triiiunic office shows in the neigh
borhood of seventy-five cases some of
which arc important.
It lies wltuiu the discretion ot the
iiuiui iu mijuuiu iiuui uuv iu nay mm
., tjmc to time, so long as it docs not
interfere with public business, within the
1 . .. . .... . .
twenty-lour days, when asked oy a
represent itivc of the TjtinUNK as to his
intentions o! Holding court before July 4,
Judge Little said
"The public should
whatever, to the ir
responsible uiouthiugs of three or four
busy bodies who seek to discredit this
court, jn the plaiu dischnrge of statutory
duty. I do not feel inclined to be
governed in the discharge of my Official
duty by the likes or dislikes of fugitives
from justice, and rattle headed gossips.
When the time comes to take action in
the matter, I shall do what is proper In
Hear Dem Bells,
Captain Fctterand his soldiers returned
from encampment at Honolulu by the
Kiuau Wednesday. The boys were gone
a week and had a hard but glorious time.
They went down iu n special boat last
week, making the trip iu twenty hours
nml twpnlu tii1mitfe TMiv uprn nr-trewl
with ncciaim nmi take pride iu telling of
thc hospitality aud thouehtlul attention
thc hospitality and thouehtlul attention
accorded them during their brief stay at
thc Cnpitnl. The officers of Company D
were ulveu a taste of handling retrulars
I the Hilo company was escorted to the
landing by Company F and Bcrger's
band, and ns they went aboard each sol
dier was garlanded with lets.
Three of the boys were left-iu the hos
pital at Camp McKinley with dengue.
I liey are, A. ewctt, Geo. Aknu and Win,
Wnluken Settlement Items.
"Katuehauieha Day" was pleasantly
observed at the Woiakea Mission Chaoel
j The Sunday School couvened to rehearse
a "Children's Day" program to be given
, J"e. At noon a bountiful treat,
consisting of sandwiches, sweets, fruits
i . . . ,..,,...
"ml lwncr was served to the delight
! "' "" "L? "" . . request was
made that hearty thanks be extended to
the thoughtful, generous friends who
niwni ue reiresnmcuis ami so Kin.
remembered the Sunday School.
furnished the refreshments aud so kindly
Hear Dem Bells.
Kiunu PiiNHcnger List.
Mrs Billlni's, Alex Nnwahi,
Gottsche, I C Rons and wife, J O Rouke,
F Brughelli, E P Mellor, Master K
, Winter, II Biuklnge, J "K Brown, A Bolga,
. W S Wood, J A McAullffe and wife, R
Ballentyne, E P Mabie, W Thompson,
1 A Gnrvie, wife child nnd mnid, Dr.
Kaergor, F Schwerlegcr, E Youkurn, F
CoHitz, J C Cohen, L A Thurston, E E
Paxton, T Forbes, Miss Forbes, Y Mnt
nnnge, K Kugimura, W Wutnunbc, F
Dovcy' C McCarthy, E II Austin, C
Sewnll, Mnry Allan, A J Kulberg, Mrs
Rossemvnser, child nnd maid, Cnpt.
I Fetter nnd Company I). Miss Greiinnger,
1 Miss Filler, Mrs G M Dolau.
St. James' Mission.
Second Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 a.
111., Holy Eucharist; u it. in,, Matins and
Sermon; 7:30 p. iu,, Evensong and Ser
mon. Slugur Machines.
Did you know you can exchange your
I old machine for a new Singer. Easy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Hilo.
Rasmusshn On board the schooner
Golden Shore, iu Hilo harbor, June 17,
1903, to the wife of Captain Rasmusseu,
I u duughler.
Now Pnrsoiinge ut Until Oliureli
Dedication July 'J.
.The wide lawn nnd the new mrsonnge
at the Haiti Church will be the scene of
Hllo's first Fourth of July festivity.
From noon until night Thursdny,July a,
there will here be feasting nnd song.
The occasion will be n grand luaii, dedi
cating the new parsonage, and out of the
proceeds the Hnlli Church will receive n
The feast will be honored by the pres
ence of Queen Llliuokalani and Delegate-1
elect Prince Kuhio Kalaninniole. Sam
Parker will arrive that afternoon with n
regiment of cowboys, who will be intro
duced to the metropolitan features of
Hilo nt the groaning lunu tables by the 1
new parsonage. There will be seven
tables, capable of seating aoo persons nt I
once. The feast will be under the diiec
tiou of prominent Hawaiian ladies of
The things to cat will be innumerable.
A dozen riigs have been picked out for
the roast nnd between thirty nnd forty j
chickens nwait the headsman's axe. '
Judge Kahaulio of Lahaina has sent bags ,
ot kukui nuts; otnlil will be gathered
from every part of this Island; limit will
be brought from Lnupahoehoe; opae
from HiloPaliku; kulolos from Puna and
royal pol has been donated by E. Kacha.
The Hilo Boarding School has given the
luau managers the freedom of their taro
patch should the supply not equal the
In the evening the luau will be fol
lowed by n grand concert in the Church
New talent will nppenr. Frank Vierra,
who arrives this week from the Const,
the Kamehnmcha Glee Club, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Iaukca mid others new to Hilo will
be on the program. Tickets good for
the lunu and n reserved sent at the con
cert will sell for fl.50; luau and conceit
without reserved seat, f t.
II. It. S. COMME.VCKMEXT.
Clnss of Six Hoys L'omplute Their '
School Work Iu Hilo. j
A large company of people were at the j
Hail! church last Tuesday night to wit
ness the Hilo Boarding School com-!
mcucemetit cxcicises. The graduating '
class included six young men who leave 1
the institution in which they have faith-
fully worked, well equipped for theduties I
of life. The graduates w-erc: Eln Kn
hakulani Akaua, Willinm Knwnimnknotc
Kclii, Pita Kaanannn, Thomas K. Ka
anaaua, George Kawckiu Maim, Robert
Thc prograui was an .excellent one nml I
was as follows: '
Organ Voluntary Miss Sarah Lyman
Invocation Rev. F. L.Nnsh
Music "The Mariners" Randeggnr
Essay "A Pica for the Preservation of
Hawaiian Trees"..Thos. K. Kaauaana
Essay William K. Kelii
ESsay "A Few Interesting Facts of An
cient Hawaii" Pun Kaauaana
Music "Kuu Ipo Kuu Lei"
Essay "Historic Sketch of H. B. S.
Main Buildiug"..Geo. Kawekiu Munu
Essay "Story of Sir Uunfal"..R. Pauolc
Essay "The Cable" and Valedictory
., Ela K. Akana
Class Song "Farewell" McGranahan
Address "The Four Mottoes ol Kauieha-
Music "Spring Song" Pensuti
Presentation of Certificates
CATHOLIC CHUKCII, URIOC.lt STRHKT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 nnd 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
At 9 a. m. English sermon.
At 7 p. m,, Rosary, sermon 111 Portu
guese and Benediction.
Week Days Holy Mass every
o a. m.
Every Sunday afternoon English in
struction, for boys and girls nt Brother's
nnd Sister's school from 2 to .1 p. m.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem-1
bers nre requested to notify the parish I
priest iu due time of bnptisms, marriages
A KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
Af F. aud A. M. There will be 11
special meeting of the nboe
lo-lge Saturday evening, June
JO, 1903, at 7:30 p. m. Work in first
degree. Sojouruiugatid visiting brethren
arc cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
W. T. BALDING,
The public is notified that about 8
months nyo a strange cow made its ap
pearance at my Kallmann dairy anil no
one has to date identified or clnimed the
same. Owner may have the animal upon
its identification, payment of pasturage
and advertising notices.
JOAO VIEIRA, "Thc Milkman."
Hilo, June 10, 1903. 32-3
Mr. Mnueol Franco c Vascousellos of
Knlop.1, Hauuikiia, is our agent. All or
ders sent through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Bear iu mind that we keep a
great variety of the very best iu our line
at moderate prices.
HILO WINE & LIQUOR CO.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
call on or write
E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
04 1-6 Murchanti KxcIiuuku
SAN FRANCIBOO CAL.
Don't suffer with the heat nil summer; get your warm weather clothing right
nway and save your nerve force.
Crash and Duck Trousers, $1.50 per pair.
Linen Coats, $2,25; Duck Coats, $2.50 each.
Alpaca and Serge Coats, all sizes at present.
ih PREMIER HABERDASHERY
m. f. Mcdonald
and they are stamped with the Union stamp, too.
Come and get a pair - -jri.
Economic Shoe Company
umifWfMfft. plied with the best printing
facilities ... A greater variety of modern type
faces cannot be found in auy other print shop in the
Hawaiian Islands" than is carried by the Hilo Tri
bune . . . Nobody knows how to do better printing
than is executed by the Hilo Tribune workmen
Your work is solicited whether U4A4J
it be a dozen cards for your vest II II A Tl) IRITlWp
pocket or a carload of supplies IHMJ llll(DUllE
HrLo, -k'H0NE.2,hAw,u, PUBLISHING Co.
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened an extensive line o( 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 a new stock
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
Don't Get Excited
Because you belong to the
Union; there are others.
We've got Union - made
shoes aud lots of them.
In printing the best results are
obtained in a shop where "the
most skilled workmen are suo-
j Bauoge Dimity
select line of
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top - Ox
fords Children's Shoes and Slip
pers of the celebrated