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The Honolulu Iwnd is here.
Dr. Schoeuingdias'lhe dengue,
Mrs. Terry is sick willi dengue.
Mrs. Wntcts id 111 with dengue.
Mr. J. A. Scott Ik ill with dengue.
J. A..Scott ii laid up with tliu dengue.
R. T. Gunnl Id down with the detiRitc.
A. C. Cchr was nn arrival liy the
P. l'eok niul daughters arrived on the
J..U. Smith is nt the hospital with
Heavy gold ring found liy Admiml
Mnj. Purdy Mine ovrr liy the Kiiinu
Mr. Shaw of the Ililo Drug .Store is ill
Mrs. Madeira is much improved Irotn
her recent illness.
Senator l'ulmcr I". Wood arrived in the
city hy the Kitinu.
Assistant Postmaster Kanaka of Hono
lulu is at the Peacock.
Mr. Jack Guard is convalescent after
mi attack of the dengue.
Whitman's Candies, fresh stock just
received hy L. Turner Co.
J. G. Serrno has ohtniuc-d the liufTct
privileges at the race track.'
Dr. J. J. Grace ntrlvcd by the Kitinu
from n trip to New .calami.
11. 1.. Williams of Puna came home,
from Honolulu Wednesday.
Mr. Kelsey has takru the up-stnirs
rooms of the old Couev House.
Pott Sai.U Horse, saddle and bridle.
Inquire nt TuiltUKlC Office.
Judge Little is back at his office ngnin
nftcr n week's tussle with the dengue.
Mrs. Myers has resumed her place nt
the library after n siege of the dengue.
Mrs. I. E. Kay is much improved after
a severe attack of the prevailing fever.
Turkeys and other cold storage goods t
:wly arrived nt L. Tumor Co. Ltd.
Cnstle Ridgwny slight'- ntlenuated is '
n.. 1 ....nt. nll.irn.l ..II t t- rf .1.... f.iw.
lllllllllll ll.llll llllkl nil nt.lll.lv.1 il.llkllV. .
Mr. nnd Mrs. I-.ben Low nre guests nt
the home of W. II. Shipmaii and family
There is no time for cooking at home; ,
take your family to dine at Demosthenes'.
J. R. . llcrgstroni, piano and organ ,
tuner, leave orders at the Owl Drugstore, j
The Maui made a special trip to Paau
hail yesterday for Pourth of July passen
Rev. Pather Oliver has been n severe
sufferer from dengue fever the past two
Pive rough riders from Humuulu Sheep
Station are ill the city ready for today's
Prank Davey, the photographer, is in
the city ready for business at the Silva
Dr. nud Mrs. A. N. St. Clair of Hono
lulu are visiting in the city over the
board for two couples at
All modern conveniences.
Special service at Demosthenes' today
and tomorrow. Everybody will he taken
The Hawaiian Hand played yesterday
afternoon at the luau at the Hnili Church
Mr. Lycan and Miss Lycin expect soon
to leave permanently for their home on
The Knmchamchn Glee Club gave a de
lightful concert at the Haili Church last
L. It. Mayuard of Laupahoehoe was one
of the first to arrive in the city for cele
New shipment of handsomely finished
Singer Sewing Machines received by
Moses & Raymond.
Lawyer Parsons has gone to the Vol
cano House to recuperate after a sevire
attack of dengue.
Fresh milch cows fot sale or rent; uHo
one la-montli old jersey
bull calf for
Stic. ANTONU OAK.
Tonight and tomorrow night nt Spreck
els' Hall, the curtain will go up nt 7:45
sharp. He in your seats.
....,.. ... , . .
I he K.'iiulaiii arrived last evening with
a foreign mail and Misses Ivy and Ruth
KiVlinnUoii n n.issiiiiMrH.
Miss Scott, niece of J. A.
spend the coming year visiting
uncle's family at Waiuaku.
THE TWO GREAT
Are nt your service
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic and food for everybody
Sold at a bargain.
PIONEER WINE AND
TEL. 23 CHURCH STREET
Heath of Mrs. ViiiiniiHu
Mn. William Vnunatlti, after on illness
of three weeks, died at the Hilo Hospital
last Prldny morning. ltverythiiig that
skill nud attention could do was done for
the deceased without nviiil.
The funeral took place Saturday morn
ing at to o'clock from the Catholic
Church. The attendance wns very large,
showing to some extent the esteem in
which ihtcuasett was held by her friends
The luurral services were conducted by
Kkv. Father Oliver. M. J. de Gouvea
played the organ. J. E. Rodin rendered
a solo, mid there was further music by
tli.. f'nl luilli. fMinlr Tin. frtllmflmr i'frn
the pall bearers. A. II. Locbenstcin,
Wm. McKay. Wm. Todd, N. C. Willfong,
Allan Wall anil J. r. Slsson.
The privilege of selling soda water and
fruits nt the race track has been awarded
to the Excelsior Soda Works.
Miss Alice West, Miss Louisa Hapat
ond Mrs. A. G. Curtis leave by the Kinau
Sunday morning for Honolulu.
The schools at Kapoho closed two
weeks before time for vacation on account
of an epidemic of chicken pox.
' Dr. N Russcl is offering for lease on
excellent terms his superb Olnn property.
See advertisement In this issue.
Mrs. Shinmati and daughters and the
1 Misses Guard have returned from an out-
' l.ti. nt .1... (21.1.... nil .iinciiln ttnltin
111 Ilk kill; Ullllllllll li..lsi.l. ..l..ll.
11. 1.. Koss received news this week of
the death of his mother at the Ross
homestead near East Liverpool, Ohio.
People attending the Elks' Minstrels
should not forget to be in their scats
early. The curtain raises nt 7:45 sharp.
Miss Carr hns resigned from her posi
tion as teacher in the Union School, and
soon leaves for her home in California.
The delicacies of the laud and the
choicest products of the refrigerator will
he found waiting for you at Demosthenes'.
I will sell one dozen thoroughbred
black miuorcn hens nud n few roosters
from my choice lot.-IlURT ScitOKN. 34tf
Wm. McKny goes to Honolulu next
to take Chief Engineer Johnson's
place, while the latter ts in San Fran
The Rummage Sale headquarters have
been transferred from Pitman street to
Front, next door to Cameron's plumbing
Misses Devo, Coati and Mrs.
Waters expect to spend the summer
mouths nt their seaside home near Sea
' Judge Lyman and Miss Lyman went to
, their Olaa home Tuesday morning and
I expect to remain during the summer
An unusually large crowd was out last
Sunday to listen to the excellent concert
given by the Hilo Hand at the Hilo Hotel
' The Hcletic will no to Paauhau Sunday ,
.morning taking the passengers which I
came up uy
the Maui Thursday from
A surprise party was given the Misses
Soua this week. About thirty guests
were present. Dancing was the order of
A good square meal is the ficst thing
just before the races. You cati get it at
An additional room 50x50 feet will be , rcw utK"s "mum ,or l,,e 1',KS ""
added to the Catholic Sisters' School this: strel Show tonight nnd tomorrow night
vacation. A new sister to take charge of nt Spreckels' Hall. The full dress re
it will soon arrive. j iicarsais silow tilat the public will be
The Maui will Like the Kiuait's regular
run tuts morning. J lie Ktunu goes
. back Sunday a. 111. nt 7:30, taking matl
and passengers only.
1 John Lycurgus shipped 11 lot of fruit to
1 the Coast hy the Enterprise, including
1 35 bunches of bananas, 250 pineapples
I and 300 alligator pears.
Prof. Perkins, who is making a special
study of the leaf hopper is in Hilo this
week. Mrs. Perkins, who accompanies
him, is ill nt the hospital.
Captain Clark, wharf Superintendent
for Wilder'sS. S. Co. nt Honolulu brought
the Kinau over this trip, Captain Frec(-ui.-tn
being laid up with bad eyes.
The News-Letter of San Francisco is
' represented in Hilo this week in the per
son ol Mr. Sterling, who, with his.
wife, is making a tour of the Islands.
Mrs. J. W. Jones nnd three children
were passengers 10 me toast, ny me
1 Defender. Mr. Jones expects to leave in
iuijohui uiuiuii aim win join 111s muiiiv 111
I A rcmcscntntive of Cotton Pros., con-
1 , ... . ... - 1 ...111 1 "i.. 1.:- r. :i.. I..
1 tractors of Honolulu, is in the city look-1
, iug over the ground of the Kohnln-Hilo I
Railroad with n view to bidding lor con- (
Miss C. Potter, for the past year gover
ness for the Gibb's at Houokaa, will re
sume her position as governess for the
beott children. the Misses l'otter ex-
pect 10 rent the cottage now occupied by
Misses I.ycan and Cnrr.
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Easy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Hilo.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
a. :. ur.uu ii Kit i:.
Hill Take Up Koliula Ditch Matins
A.C. Gchr, representing the Hawaiian
Ditch Company, arrived in Hilo by the
Kinnu. Mr. Gchr came from Washing
ton a few days ago to press the interests
of his company before the Territorial
Government. Mr. Gchr and his asso
ciates ate rivals with Sam Parker and
others for certain Koliula water rights
which they propose to develop. The
matter was fought out in Congress lost
winter, resulting in no action, the fight
serving only to convince nil parties that
"je Territorial authorities are the ones to
dispose of the question. Governor Dole
litis promised to take the matter ill) as
soon ns the Legislature adjourns. The
rights will he put up at auction. Mr.
Gchr says he is ready to bid for the con
cessions and pay what they are worth.
Kitinu Passenger List.
Queen Lilitioknlnni, Prince Cupid,
Palmer Woods, C. A. Long, J. Aca, ).
Aimoktt, Miss L. Kcamalu, Will M. He
lcltihe, Miss" AMoe-Lum, P. Wlttram,
Geo. Reiuliart, Mrs. J. R, Collins, Miss
E. R. Dolinenberg, Miss Snow, Geo.
Davics and wife, W. C. Dobbn, Miss R.
liohncnbcrg, 11. E. Picker, Miss It. Cook,
Mrs. E. Knox, A. J. Kignour, Mnj. W.
A. Purdy, Frnnk Davey, Geo. Mncy, W.
C. Moore, Miss Kahujla, Miss Pcency,
Mrs. G. L. Desha, Mrs. S. C. Dwight, L.
Warren. P. M. Kiley and wife, Mrs. H.
Kulikelaui, P. Thomas and wife, A. C.
Gchr, Dr.J.J. Grnce. G. II. Gehr, Cecil
Cross, W. Wight. P. Peck, Miss E. Peck,
Miss M. Peck, Mrs. A. V, Iiimau and son,
15. Kow ami wife, Rev. P. Eduiond, J.
Picber, Cnpt. II. Iterger, Miss J. Keliinn,
Mrs. Alnpai nnd twenty-eight baud boys.
Broncho Killing Rules.
The Cowboys Congress which takes
place today nt Hoolulu Park at 3:30 p.m.
the following rules will govern the rid
ing. Riders must ride with clean saddles.
Unnecessary obuseof horses will not be
Riding on spurs fast to cinch will not
Riders must not "pull leather," that
is, they nre not nllowed to hold on by the
Stirrups must not be tied together.
Men who ride without showing day
light under them will have greater con
sideration shown them than those who
"ride in the air."
Men will rope their horses but may
have assistance in saddling if necessary.
Outgoing Kliinu List.
Prince Kulauiatiaole, Senator P. P.
Woods, Rep. C. A. Long, L. Warren, P.
M. Kiley and wife, W. C. Moore, Geo
Macy, Miss Peeney, Mrs. A, V. Inman
nnd sou, Wilder Wiiiht. Cnpt
Miss J. Keliian, Mrs. Alnpai,
West, Miss L. Hapai, Mrs. A. G. Curtis,
W. II. Smith and wife, Sister Susannah,
R. H, Sterling, O.K. Akau. E. J. Rose
warren. R. Dallentfne, Wm. Lucas, Miss
Schmidt, Mrs. Rosscnwasser, two chil
dren nud maid, Jns. McAuliffe and wife,
twenty-eight band boys.
The Klks' Show.
t treated to no sloppy juvenile absurdities.
11 win oe uigii ciass vaudeville, put. on
by painstaking artists. The dress re
hearsal last night showed every partici
paut'petfect in his part. We miss our
guess if standing room is not nt n
premium both nights.
Hist Foreign Church
Usual services next Sabbath. Sacra
ment of the Lord's Supper nt close of
I morning service, liverybooy welcome.
V. h. NASH.
Passengers hy Maui Today.
Mr. and Airs. Slndc and two children,
Mr. and Mrs. Creliu and two children,
Mr. and Mrs. Cotton and two children,
-fMr. Steinberg, E. A. Irish.
St. .lames' Mission.
At 7:30 n. m., Holy Euchnrist; 11 n.
tu., Holy Euchnrist. No evening service.
Steve Avard has resigned from his
position with the Volcano Stables. Mr.
Ihdgood has taken his place.
Miss Ruth Richardson and her cousin,
Miss Minnie Aureus, who have been at
tending school at Wellesley, will spend
their summer vacation visiting Miss
Richardson's mother, Mrs. Jules Richard
sou. Geo, Davics and wife arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday and nre guests nt the
home, of C. C. Kennedy while in-the city.
Next week they will make a tour of
Davics' plantation properties on this
A came of baseball has been arranged
I between the Kamchatueha School of Ho
I uolulu and Ileatuer's Specials for Satur
I day afternoon, July 4. The game will be
for $50 and promises to be n hotly con-
Hilo people will be interested to know
that u new staircase is being built back of
Spreckels' Hull to he used as a fire escape
exit only. It will be ready for use this
evening. The exit leads" down to the
rear of the Hilo Drujr Store.
Mr. nnd Mrs. I.. Severance ami Miss
Severance lenve Monday for Sencoutiet,
where they expect to stay during the
I slimmer mouths. Later they will be
joined by their nieces, Miss Annie Pnrke
and Mrs. Wnllhridge of Honolulu,
Mr. Lambert, Superintendent of the
Hilo Railroad, has nrrauged a new time
table for the accommodation of the
Pourth of July festivities. Ttys even
ing (Priday) at the close of the Minstrel
Show a train will leave Hilo for Wo(akea
The Allied Trades held .1 most success
ful nieetiinr at Pireman's hall last Mon
day night. New names were added to
the roll of membership and new applica
tions placed on file. The event of the
, evening was on address before the union
I by Rev. S. L. Desha. He bpoke to all,
but to Hawaiiaus especially. The speaker
urged the Hawaiiaus to bobriety and
I faithfulness in all they undertook.
Tin: itoAji's a 110,
Hankers lit (lei ninny (,'omt In Hit
The breaking of sod tomorrow for the
Knhala-Hilo Railroad will be no empty
ceremony. It will be followed up liy
actual construction of the road.
P. Peck came home from the Coast
with financial nrrangements complete for
the building of the road to Haknlott. He
also closed a deal with bankers in Ger
many to take the entire bond issue of
$3,000,000 upon completion of the line
to Haknlaii. This means the funds nre
in sight for building the road to Kauai
hue or Mahiikoun.
Otic of the first steps to be taken will
be the complete reorganization of the
railroad company with the election of nu
entirely new set of officers nud directors.
The management will be in the hands of
Hilo nud Ilnmaktut men. I lie present
officers and directors who have struggled
with the road through its early vicissi
tudes retire with tlie feeling that they
have made the fight of flieir lives fur
Hilo nnd that their successors will carry
the work on to complete victory. The
new interests which have come into the
road are united in the demand that Mr
Peck shall be President and that the
management shall be in the hands of
As soon as reorganization is effected
the directors will call for bids for con
struction work. The meeting for the
reorganization will be held in Honolulu
soon after July 4th.
Mr. Peck is pleased with the arrange
ments that have been made by the Fourth
of July Committee for breaking sod fop
the road, and is confident that the peo
ple will sec the ceremonies followed up
with the solid road.
(Jen oral Program.
FRIDAY, JULY 3.
Cowboy Congress and Racing nt Hoolulu
rnrK, 1:30 p.m.
SATURDAY, JULY 4.
Salute of Twenty-one Guns nt Sunrise.
9 a. in., Parades of Hands nud Military.
9:30 n. 111., Literary Exercises nt Pish
Market, Shipmaii street.
National Airs hy Hands.
Prayer, Rev. F..L. Nash.
Songs by Quartette.
Reading Declaration of Independence,
Mrs. A. G. Curtfs.
Oration, Chas. P. Lelllond.
Selections hy Hands.
10:30a.m., Speech Upon Hreakiiu'Grouud '
for the Kohaln-Hiln RnilfonifCom- I
pany, W. II. Smith.
Breaking Ground, with Remarks. ,
11:00 a. ui., Grand Herbecuc. j
Six whole roast beeves will be served free
to all at Fish Market Square. j
Racing and Sports at Hoolulu Park at I '
p. 111. I
June 37th. Cleared: Am. S. S. Enter-1
prise, Miller, Master, for S.111 Francisco, 1
with 17 passengers, and cargo of sugar
and general merchandise us follows: '
Sugar: Hakalau, 13,400 bags; Pepeekeo, I
8,000 bags; Hilo Sugur, 9,590 bags; Wai-'
akca Mill, 8,ooo bags; Olaa, 18,400 bags. I
Hides and skins, 8,821 lbs. CofTee, 30, '
302 lbs. Hananas, 1083 bunches. Gen
eral merchandise amounting to $938.97.
Total cargo, $321,336.62.
KNTKKI'KISK l'ASSUNOKR LIST.
Miss Dcyo, Miss Potter, Miss Dillon, '
Dr. P. Wctmore, Miss M. E. Huntington,
Mrs. McG. Deacon, Airs. Huggius, Miss
Huggitis, Miss Hillings, Mrs. Carty, baby
and nurse, Mrs. Tracy, Mrs. Moses, Mrs.
Hancock, Frtd W. West nnd Master Jinx 1
CATHOLIC CIIUKCII, 1IIUDG1! STKl'.l'.T
Sundays Holy Mass at 7,
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian
9 nud 10:30
At 9 n, 111. English sermon.
At 7 p. m., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese nud Ileuediction.
Week Days Holy Mass every
day at .
6 a. 111.
Every Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys and girls nt llrother's
and Sister's school from 3 to 3 p. 111.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem
bers arc requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
Gold ring woman's head.
Card oi' Tlumks.
We desire to express our sincere thanks
to friends and neighbors who kindly gave
us their assistance and sympathy in our 1
Wm. VANNATTA, !
MRS. A. .M.WILSON, j
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330, 1
and A. M. There will he a
special meeting of the above
lodge Wednesday evening, Julv
a, 1903, nt 7:30 p. 111, work in second
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren I
nre cordially invited.
liy order of the W. M.
W. T. HALOING,
In accordance with the provisions of
Act 70, Session Laws of 1903, notice is
hereby given to nil persons conducting
and managing any pharmacy, drug or
chemical store, apothecary shop, or other
place of business for the retailing, com
DOtiuditii! or disncusitii! of nnv dmus.
chemicals or poison, to file their applica
' tion for a license to practice Pharmacy in
conformity with Section 3 of said Act 70,
in this office,
' A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, June I,
Don't suffer with the heat nil summer; get your warm weather clothing right
away ami snvc your nerve force.
Crash and Duck Trousers, $1.50 per pair.
Linen Coats, $2,25; Duck Coats, $2.50 each.
Alpaca and Serge Coats, all sixes at present.
m. f. Mcdonald
our New stockjf
Will please you ... Call and
several new shapes have
4 1 UL(lll L y 1 1$ r1 T T r r r r1 T'
Economic Shoe Company
Propertyto Lease for a Term of Years
At Mountain View, elevation 1500 feet, fronting Volcano Road, close
to the railroad station. Area 100 acres, of which
Twenty acres is first rattoon cane field properly cleared and plowed.
Ten acres Hawaiian oranges 4 years old.
Nine ncres Puna limes 3 to 4 years old.
Pive acres imported grafted citrus fruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons)
Two ncres grnfted fruit and oranges in hearing.
Two acres limes ami mandarines nearly bearing.
Piftecn acres 5 year old coffee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly in bearing plowed laud.
One acre pine npplcs in bearing.
One-fourth acre fut'hiturc bamboo imported varieties.
One-fourth ncre vegetable garden plowed land.
One acre of flower garden. ' '
Pour acres of fenced pasture. '
Pive acres of cleared laud ready to be planted.
The rest of land is forest.
One 9-room dwelling house with broad, glnzed verandah.
One 3-room separate cottage and verandah.
One thirty foot building, comprising drying house and rooms for
Two large water tanks, stnbles nud cattle barns, several sheds, large
No rocks except one comer often ncres. The rest of soil four to six
Healthy locality. Marine and mountain view. Hilo town and port
within one hour by railtoad, running tlprce times a day. Freight charges
f 2.35 a ton. Telephone op the premises. Postoffice, railroad station and
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the
liesides this and together with it, or separate, 300 acres of partly im
proved land at 32-miles trail, to-wit: Olmi lots Nos. 306, 307, 331, 322 will
The lessee may acquire such personal property on the premises ns he
desires to retain at reasonable prices horses, cattle, furniture, fowls, etc.
For further information address
Atlas Insurance Co.
ASSETS OVER $12,000,000.
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.
ASSETS OVER $9,000,000.
Gorman-American Insurance Co.
ASSEES OVER ?io,ooo,ooo.
National Fire Insurance Co. '
ASSETS OVER $6,000,000.
Niagara Fire Insurance Co.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000.
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000.
Losses promptly paid by these leading companies, . y
A. H. JACKSON
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
NEW STYLES ,
newtype The HILO TRIBUNE
FRESH INKS JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, small bull calves
for raising geese, fresh home made
b-.dter, canary birds. Inquire Hilo Drug
Hy' every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
jl.iHi per yeai, subscriptions received.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
see our new summer styles
been received and every one
r1 r1 r T1 r1 r r fr1 tf1 ''J'
Mr. Maueol Franco e Vascnusellusof
Kalopa, Hamakua, is our agent. All or
ders s'tiit 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. a
HILO WINE & LIQUOR COJ
Hilo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.