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Ml Weight in home for her wiuiner
Mrs. Vntumttn lies dangerously HI at
l'red W. WtHt departs for lliu owst via
S. S. Iliileritriw.
Whitman's Candles, fretdi stock just
received by 1.. Turner Co.
Judge Utile is sojourning nl the Him
plttil with the dengue
Mrs. A. R. Hancock leaves by ttif Un
terprise for the Const.
Mnuil l'.ity of Olnn came home this
week by steamer Kinau.
l'OR Sai.H Horse, Mihltc nml bridle;
Inquire nt TkiiiUKK Office.
I,. A. Thurston nml H. 1, I'nxlon "pint
Sitmltiy nt the Volenlio llnuse.
The editor of Tit it TkiiiMMH has bit-it
laid up with the dengue this week.
Two aget? Hawiiiians died Tuesday
night nt Wnluken of dengue fever.
Turkeys nnd other cold storage goods
newly arrived ut I.. Turin r Co. Ltd.
Quite n nuinher of the school teacher
leave for the Coast by the Knterprise to
morrow. The Misses Shipiuaii, and Guard came
home by the Enterprise for their Summer
II. S. Ovcrend has been confined to his
room for the past week with n maxillinry
J. H. llcrgstrom, piano and organ
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drug Store.
The police made n raid on gamblers at
Wnlnken Wednesday morning nnd cap
lured six Portuguese.
Samuel l'aka ntitl Annie Kahukai were
married Saturday, June aoth, nt 7 o'clock,
Rev. S. I,. Desha officiating.
The Kamclmmeha Glee Club will take
charge of the choir at the Haili Church
Suuday morning and evening.
The newest postoflice is lJerndale, at
ii-miles, Olan, which will open July t,
with Mrs. Harriet l'nly in charge.
Mr. and Mrs. I.. K. I'i irson and sou
and Miss Roderick made an automobile
trip to the Volcano House Saturday.
Rooms and board lor two couples at
A. Richley's. All modem conveniences.
Passengers by the Amy Turner, which
sailed Sunday, were Chas. IJ. Iliser anil
wife, IJ. IJ. Wilcox and P. II. Warlnnd.
I will sell one dozen thoroughbred
black minorca hens and a few roosters
from my choice lot. IlitKT SaioKN. 34tf
P. J. and Geo. W. Vierra are home for
the Summer from jHCksonville, III.,
where they have liecu attending school.
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Machines received by
Moses & Raymond.
Mrs. IJ. G. Hitchcock and Miss Harriet
Hitchcock came home from extended
visit to the other Islands by the Kinau
Cuptaiu Willinm Matsou goes to Hono
lulu today by the Kinmi. He is unde
cided whether he will return to Ililo be
fore feoing home.
The Pacific Transfer Co., of Honolulu
are out for business and gunrautcc to
handle baggage for Illto people going to
Honolulu in n very satisfactory manner.
If nothing happens their will be a con.
bined concert by the Ililo Hand and the
Kniuehnmchu School Hand at the Ililo
Hotel grounds Sunday next, June sSth,
beginning at 3, p. m.
Passengers departing foi the coast via
Hark Roderick Dim were ns follows: Mrs.
J. U. Smith nnd two daughters, Miss Me
Cord, Miss Payne, J. IJ. Garcia, P. IJ.
Webster and 6 Japanese.
Mrs. Waters, n sister of Miss Coin, ar
rived by the Unterprise and is visiting
her sister. Mrs. Waters left Hilo when a
child to be educated on the Mainland,
and this is her first visit since then.
Ily this Unterprise The California
Fruit Market will receive 11 large invoice
of Cherries, Apricots and other fruits,
also Oysters Celery Cauliflower etc.
A concert will lie given at the Haili
Church by the Kamehameha Glee and
Mandolin Club for the benefit of the
Kaiulaui Home. The concert will begin
at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, June 27.
Admission: Adults, 50 cents; children,
A member of the Hilo Agricultural
Society states that the damaged bananas
in the last shipment by the Unterprise
amounted to ninety bunches and was due
to improper stowage. The steamer made
good the loss.
The arrangements' for the luati at the
Haiti Church are going steadily forward
mid the plans are for a very fine feast.
The tables will be served from no.ui,
Tuesday July 2 to six o'clock at night.
The' Concert at church will begin at 8
o'clock that evening.
ffllfcj THE TWO GREAT
HH) CAI CCMCMI
Hue 1 siugei
Zl QUALITY AND
BflH' Are nt your service
m uur mx Years uia j
SH'"' rt I THE OLD RELIABLE
I 75c Pf!V :
IflKBl PER GALLON ftfjplji
BK Isa good tome and food for everybody ftCj Ji!B
BpHMM Sold at a bargain. . yttZjB m
HoffscSr Co" POWDER
SlK pioneer wiNU and AbsolutOiV Pure I
BJB' liquor house oaiuioiir furo I
Hit TEL. 23 CHURCH STREET 7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE 1
1111,0 t'ltKi: KIMlKIHUItTKN.
Iti'porl of flic Ni'fi'i'lnry for the
Very gratifying work has been done in
the' Ililo l'rec Kindergarten during the
palt year. The school has been nbly
curried 011 by Miss Hairier K. HUggius
of Oakland and her faithful assistants,
Miss Mmlnlui Ulii and Miss Helen Knilia,
who took up the'work in the fall when
Miss Itiiima i'orler could no longer con
tinue. On special days, visits have been
made lo h cobbler's shop, a blacksmith's
shop, nnd to the Hilo Hoarding School to
see 11 taro patch.
On May 291I1 the children helped lo
decornte the soldiers' graves. In October,
seventeen of the children accepted n kind
invitation to 11 picnic 011 board of the
The total enrollment has been 87,
larger than during any previous year,
with an average attendance of 51. ninny
of the children have been afflicted lately
with the dengue fever.
A class of twelve wns promoted to the
Onion School nl Uastcr, nnd another will
be ready for promotion in September.
Mis D. IJ. Sumner, who had n two
years' leave of absence, will be welcomed
back in the fall ns principal, while at the
same time we regret to lose Miss Hug
gins, who hns in so many ways entered
into the life of our community.
the committee wishes to thank the
public for so kindly helping us to meet
I our obligations during the past year.
Secretary Kindergarten Committee.
How the Elks' minstrels will deal with
locnl lunacies is apparent in the follow
ing skit, which a belated newspaper man
heard when passing the rehearsal hall
one night this week:
"Our journalistic paragons
Arc cutting quite a swath.
Iloth fat and lean arc frying
In n fire of jealous wrath,
When ere they meet our'editors
Put on a glassy stare.
(.Whistling chorus.) .
And sulphurous fumes pollute
The blue and circumambient nir.
There's nothing beats an asses brny
Unless it be a pair."
KI111111 Passenger 1,1st.
Mrs. IJ. G. Hitchcock, Miss II. Hitch
cock, C. Kreuter, Autotie I). Souza, Miss
Rando. Miss Weight, Miss M. IJ. Paty,
J. A. K. Tucker, V. I.alaken, A. Nawahi,
Miss IJ. Akamu, M. Qtiiul, Miss D. Lish
man, Mrs. D. Utterst'rom, Arthur Watson,
W. H. Smith mid' wife, Miss N. Hnton,
1). K. Lyman, h. I.. McTaggnrt, Miss C.
lllaisdell, Miss Hrickwood, J. N. Kirk
laud, 11 rs. Creighton and daughter, A.
Ilarbottle, D. A. Jewett, Geo. Aknu, R.
Sceiscr, IJ. Iloyle, J. Cauario, W. Had
ilnky, Capt. Peterson, J. Utterstrom, I(.
C. Keneke, S. KirchofT, W. P. Ragsdale,
M. Antonio, W. II. Cnrwford, P. Kusima,
Miss Hyiugton, Miss M. Sturtcvant, Miss
Maud Post. Martin Schully' P. IJ. Nor
ton, Miss Heletie Putmau, Miss J, New
man, J. T. Watson. Mis. R. Weir, Miss
E. Rocheford, Miss IJ. Horner, Miss
.Mabel Dryer, Mrs. IJ. Girard, Miss Mac
phersou, A. Q. Marcallino.
Outgoing Kin 1111 List.
Capt. Wm. Matson, Mrs. Gregg mid
iwo daughters, L. T. Keuake, Miss S. L.
llyingtou. J.K. Hrown, II.Diglege. Mar-
tin Schultz, A. 11. Watson, J. P. Norton,
Geo. Stratmeyer, S. Schwitzer, C. IJ.
Heise mid wife, Capt. Peterson, J. Utter- j
strom, L. A. Thurston, IJ. IJ. I'axton, IJ.
P. Mnbic, Geo. Isenberg, llro. Henry, ,
Rev. Yojinm, J. C. Cookland, IJ. P.
Capcllas, IJ. P. Lowe, Hon. Samuel
Parker, Mrs. Samuel Parker.
The luau to be given at the Haili
Church Thursday afternoon, July 2, will
be one of the most interesting events of
Fourth of July week. The guests of
honor will be Queen Liliuokalaiii and
Prince Cupid and wife. Mr. and Mrs.
laukea will also be present.
SruAiNS 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 and it will iiuickly restore the
parts to a healthy condition. The Hilo
Drug Co. bells it.
Passengers booked for the Coast by the
Enterprise, which sails Saturday, June 27,
at 3 p. m., are: Mrs. Moses, Miss W. IJ.
Huntington, Mrs. McG. Deacon, Miss
Potter, Miss Dillon, Dr. Wetmore, Miss
Deyo. Mrs. Huggins, MissHuggius, Mrs.
Helliugs, Mrs. Tracy, Max Tracy, Mrs.
Carty oud child, Miss McKinley.
The following passengers arrived by
Kinau for the Volcano: Miss Nellie, M
I Sturtcvant, Miss Maude Post, Mrs Rosa-
!li IJ Wntr Micu Kit-. i;,.MnrX...l Mice
..., .V 111.,., .... ...... .v.t,.tt..w.., ...,o
Mabel Dryer, Miss IJdna Horner, Mrs IJ
P Girard, Miss M Macphersou, Miss
Helen Putnam, Miss S L llyingtou, Miss
J Neumann. Dr A N Sinclair, Mrs A N
Sinclair, Miss Mae Giles.
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Uasy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Ililo.
IiANII M 1TI KltS IlKCIIlKlt.
llimnll 1, 11 nil Problems lli'Torc Kx
Hawaii Land matters nluiost monopo
lized departmental business nt the Uxe-
cutivc council meeting Monday.
There wns completion of nil exchange
between the Government nnd the Warn
ken Mill Co., by which the company sur
renders a quarry site, nlso site for n pow
der magazine, receiving from the Govern
ment in return the control of Wninkcu
fish pond during the existence of the
company's lease of government laud
which expires 16 years from now.
Approval wns granted to the putting
up of one lot in Kahakulon, Wailuktt,
containing nil nrca of 360 acres, under
special conditions as to residence, etc., nt
the upset price of $4 nil ncrc.
Recommendation wns made of trans
ferring to the Superintendent of Public
Works 4000 acres of high and barren
laud in Honomalino, South Koua, for
exchanges with land for road purposes,
It was decided, on the application of
John Mnguirc, that the high itioutitnlit
land of Houuaula, North Koua, contain
ing 3240 acres, be offered for lease for 21
years at $250 per annum, the lessee to
fence nil forest land below such lease
hold. It is estimated that the fencing
will cost him approximately $260 a mile,
the length being four miles, nnd the fence
will have to be maintained throughout
the term of lease. It is a triangular piece
of peak laud on Hualalai mountain.
In the matter of the Public Works suc
cession to Mr. Cooper, the names of A. J.
Campbell and John Cassidy were discus
sed but nothing conclusive was done in
advising the Governor on the matter.
m m 1
Trip or Teachers.
A patriotic fourth of July celebration is
on the lapis at the Volcano House in
honor of the presence there nt that time
of a large party of school teachers, nnd
one of the features will be the raising of
the Stars and Stripes on n new pole erect
ed for the occasion.
The teachers, who arc always leaders
in things patriotic, will join in making
the ceremonies interesting and attractive.
The special excursion for teachers will
leave Honolulu by the Kinau on next
Tuesday, reaching the Volcano House in
the afternoon of Thursday. Ten days
will be spent there, and then the return
to Honolulu will be made by the Kona
route on the Manna Ioa.
Following arc the names of some of
those who will make the trip, not all,
however, belonging to the teachers'
party: Miss Helen Putnam, Mrs. Rosa
lia; R. Weir, Miss Nellie Sturtcvant, Dr.
A. N. Sinclair, Mrs. A. N. Sinclair. Miss
Mabel Dryer, Miss Ella Rocheford, Mrs.
IJ. V. Girard, Miss Maude Post, Miss
IJdna, Homer, Miss Lillic Hvington.Miss
I. Neumann, Miss Mac Giles, Miss M.
Macphersou. "Toney" Marcallino will
accompany the party ns conductor.
News from the Flood.
E. IJ. Richards received a letter from
his father in Kansas City which tells of
the thrilling scenes incident to the great
Howl that has recently ravaged Missouri
River towns. The, Richards home in
Kansas City was supposed to be above
hich water mark and little fear possessed
its inmates who retired one night feeling
inni me waters must recede, nut tue
river rose many feet and before morning
the neonlc were rescued Irom unner win.
dows in boats. When the waters finally
"", wa? found a bam from some Kan-
sas farm, had found a resting place on
t'e roof of the Richards house.
The Enterprise, Captain Miller, arrived
in Hilo Saturday, June 20, with a large
cargo of mcrchaitdiseaud a big passenger
list. The passengers were: Mrs.
Edwards Waters, F.J. Vierra, Geo. W.
Vierra, Miss Clara Shipmau, Miss Carrie
Shipmau, Mrs. Claire, Mrs. Gregg and
three daughters, the Misses Guard, Cap
tain Matsou, Mrs. J. A. Scott, Miss
Florence Scott, Alvah Irwin and Wallace
The game of ball next Sunday will be
between the Olaa Athletic Club and the
Heamer Specials. The line up is as
Olaa Vanuatu, Jackson, Supe, Na
hiwa, Osorio, McCann, Pete Lewis, Dent,
Heamer Specials Williams, Solomon,
Rowland, Hapai, Ragsdale, Wright,
Hrown, Kcamohou and Kahaulc.
Skating Free of Charge.
The public is invited to come to Ser
rao's Hall, corner Shipmau nnd Hridgc
'streets, tonight (Friday, June 26, looO
between 7:303111! 10:30 and skate, free of
charge. Come ami skate 111 our new
hall. JOSE G, SERRAO.
Married, in Oakland, Cal June 11,
1903, ut residence of bride's parents, by
Rev. Dr. McLean, Mr. Henry Willard
Porter of Hilo and Miss Gertrude Grace
Smith of Oakland.
CATHOLIC CHOUCII,' II III DC. It STRl'.KT.
Sundays Holy Mass nt 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 nnd 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
At 9 a, in. English sermon.
At 7 p. in., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese and Uenedictloii.
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. in.
Every Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys and gills nt brother's
mid Sister's school from 2 to 3 p, 111,
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem
bers are requested to notify the parish
priest ill due time of baptisms, marriages
yAf P. and A. M
AUKA I.ODGK NO. 330,
M. There will be a
meetinir of the above
lodge Saturday evening, June
27, 1903, nt 7:30 p. m. Work in third
degree. Sojourning nml visiting brethren
nre cordially invited.
lty order of the W.M.
W. T. HAI.DING,
! TOUHISTS tYAITIMI.
1 P. It. Helm Found Mnur People In
Honolulu June 23. "Hy proper cfTort
Hawaii can get not only tourists In large
numbers, but settlers as well) as Califor
nia is doing" said P. R. Helm, secretary
of the Merchants' Association yesterday.
While in California recently he Investi
gated the methods which California peo
ple arc using successfully to flood that
stale with tourists. Mr, Helm believes
that California will help Hawaii get tour
ists, provided of course, that the agitation
is begun among the sources of tourist
travel nnd not in California. For every
tourist that comes to Hawaii naturally
must pass through California, nnd in that
way must help that State to some extent.
"While in California," continued Mr.
Helm, "I familiarized myself with the
methods being used to attract tourists.
In general, it is simply to exploit and ad
vertise the climate ami other attractions
of the State in the districts from which
the tourists come Hoston, New York and
Chicago. They work largely through the
railroad companies nml by advertising in j
the leading magazines and special corrcs-;
pondence in the Eastern newspapers nnd
periodicals, keeping interest in the conn-!
try aroused ns much ns possible. !
"The transportation companies (I vis
ited some of the offices in San .Francisco) j
arc willing to work with us here in Ha
waii. The people who are advertising I
California are also willing nnd anxious to
help us, provided that we do not work in
California, but go further East where the ;l
"What the people want lo know first
is what we have here. I found that even
the merchants at the Coast who trade
with us knew very little about the coun
try. They don't eveu know whether we
have hotel accommodations for a small
"If wc get up advertising matter prop
erly, setting out our attractions specifi
cally, and telling also how much n trip to
Hawaii will cost, nnd how long it will '
take, we can get rates from the railroad 1
companies and from the steamship lines
as well. Everyone you meet on the Coast I
intends to go to Hawaii, and the first'
question they ask is how to get here. J
Then they want to know what we have, j
what our attractions are, and how long it 1
will take to see them. It is astounding I
what an advertising propagouda has done
for California, and what it might do for
us. There are hundreds of wealthy fam
ilies that come to California for the win
ter that have built fine houses in the
State, and stay but n few mouths in the
year. Much of the time they spend in
traveling to various points of interest ami
resorts. It would seem to me that with
the proper effort some of these people
would make a side trip to Hawaii,
"What we want is n booklet with
plenty of illustrations of Hawaiian life,
surf riding, scenery, etc., to distribute.
This could be done through the medium
of the transcontinental lines. The gener
al passenger agents would be willing to
distribute this literature and route their
passengers, so as to include Hawaii.
"This is a most opportune time for a
tourist campaign. All eyes arc turned
toward the Pacific. We have the cable
and new and commodious steamers are
being added to the lines running to and
through Honolulu. The 'middle, classes
are traveling more than ever nnd nre
coming out West instead of touring the
South nml Europe. Hawaii has been
everywhere heard of ns it beautiful coun
try, a 'Paradise of the Pacific' and what
wc want to give the people now is more
specific information, so that they will
know what they are coming to.
"Wc must have a headquarters here
from which the campaign can be con
ducted, and work up excursions mid the
special rates will come. If we work for
it, the tourists will come to us."
The public is notified that about S
mouths nuo u strange cow made its ap
pearance at my Kallmann dairy mid 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 VIKIRA, "The Milkman."
Hilo, June io, 1903. 32.3
Mr. Maucol Franco e Vascousellos of
Kalopa, Ilatuakua, 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.
1111.0 WINK & LIQUOR CO.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store BAGGAGE
I2G KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 58
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anywhere at anytime
call on or write
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nwny 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.
Our New Stock rf
Will please you ... Call and
several new shapes have
Economic Shoe Company
plied with the best printing
facilities ... A greater variety of modern type
faces cannot be found in any 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
it be a dozen' cards for your vest
pocket or a carload of supplies
Hilo, .... Hawaii
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened an extensive line of novelties in '
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray Madras
Mercerized Silk Zepjiyr
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Also n new block
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
m. f. Mcdonald
see our new summer styles
been received and every one
In printing the best results are
obtained in a shop where the
most skilled wnrkmon nri cnr.
select Hue of
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords n '
Children's Shoes and Su
pers of the celebrated
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT