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Notice In witter tnketsBppeiu tmlajv
J. A. M. Johnson is in Hie city on bmi-'
Senator J. T. llrown otitis home by the
Thu Tux Office is distributing income
II. Smith loft Monday fur Honokin
t o attend Court.
Mr. mid Mrs. Dr. SiiMslnir are nt the
Mrs. Goo. 1). ivies return1) lo Honolulu
today by tlie Kinnu
Whitman's Cnndlus, fresh stock just
received by I,. Turner Ct.
II. S. Overcnd left Wulni-Miuy eun ug
Tor Honokaa lo attemt Court.
Fern Sai.U Horse, Middle and bridle.
Itiijttiru nt Tkiiiukk Ollu-e.
Jnines Oibb mill two kiiis of I'aiiulirm
uere ill Ililn over the I'niirth
Call for tcllilcrs for Inviuft water pipe
to Villi! I'miicm is published today.
Turkev sand other cold storngc gmtls
newly arrived at I,. Turner Co. l.lil.
Miss Anna Crow, of Alnb.iiun, is visit
iiiH w'lM nur sister Mr l'icd llrnyincr.
J, It. llcrgstroin, pi mo 'and organ
tuner, leave orders it I tin Owl Drug Store.
The concrete work in the new vvntct
works reservoir is about half completed.
Rooms and bnntd lor two couples nt
A. Richiey's. All modern conveniences.
Queen Liliuok.il.uit nml ntlctldauls
leave today by the Kinnu for IIoiio'ulu.
S. II. Rose of the Wilder S. S. Co! ur
rived by the Kiuau Wednesday on a busi.
The Cinch Club meets this afternoon
at the home of Mrs. II. L. Ross at the
Dr. Hayes rind Mrs. Hayes arrived
from the Mainland last I'nd.iv in the
Falls of Clyde.
Mr. nud Mrs. Ilert I.ocbcnsteiii and
Miss Ktta I.oebeiisteiu e.iuie home bv the
Falls of CI j tie.
Fresh milch cows foi sile or rent; also
one lb-month old Jits.-y bull calf for
sale. Antoni? Oak.
blisses Ivy and Ruth Richardson, ac
companied by Miss l)w ight, arc home for
their summer vacation.
Misses Louisa and Harriet Hapai and
Miss Kwaliko tjo to IIoiiolulu today to
attend summer school,
W. Vannalta and children, Miss Dunn,
Mrs. Crozier and child are passengers to
day by the Kiiiau for I.ahaiua.
Mrs. C. II. W. Hitchcock returned by
the Kiiiau Wednesday from an extended
visit with relatives in Honolulu.
I will sell one dozen thoroughbred
black itiiuorca hens and n few roosters
from my choice lot Hhkt Sciiorn. 34tf
Miss Sutton has been a guest at the
Richardson home at 23-tuilci the pist
week, convalescing from an attack of the
Miss Voder, teacher i'l the Hilo Hoard
ing School, goes by the Kinnu todav to
Makawao, Maui, to spend a month of
A. Lindsay, manager for the Hilo
branch of Tlieo. H. D.ivies & Co., came
home by the Kinnu from a two mouth's
leave of absence.
Judge Little, Clerk Daniel 1'orter,
Bailiff Sllvn and Miss Stein, court sti n
ographer, left early Monday inoriiiuu for
Houokna to hold Court.
Mrs. A. G. Curtis has rcsigusd from the
priucipalship of the 12-mile school. Mrs.
lf. M. Wukefield will be oirercd the posi
tion with Miss Chung of Maui as her
Mr. Krricksou with
men is tearing down
n corps of wotk
the old Waiakea
bridge. Tlie new bridge has been shipped
ami win ue erected 111 place luuncdtatci)
after its arrival.
The Superintendent of Public Works
has decided to cull for bids for repairing
Volcano road. Mr. Gere has been in
structed to prepare the necessary plans
and specifications nt once.
Postmaster Joseph M. Oat of Honolulu
with Mrs. Oat arrived by the Kim u.
They will spend a few day's at the Vol
cano House and will be accompauie 1 by
Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Madeira.
The following were passengers 1 er
Falls of Cljde from San Francisco 011
July 3: D. A. Loebciistein, wife and sis
ter, Miss Anna Crow, Dr. II. Hayes and
wife, L V. Cnuario, Chas G111111, Mrs. W.
P. Iverson and son J. V. Ray.
The Heletie, which left Hilo Tuesday
night, carried tlie following passengers
for Honokaa' Sheriff L. A. Andrews,
II. L. Ross, F.. H. Austin, R. A. Lucas,
Dr. Holland, three policemen ami some
prisoners. These were all headed ftr
Court nt Honokaa.
THE TWO CREAT
Are at jour service
Our Six'Years Old
Is. 1 good tome nud fond for everybody
Sold at a bargain.
PIONUHR WINF, AND
TF.L. 23 CHURCH STUF.F.T
MIA 11 AM) COMICltr.
Ilciit'lll Tor llnill (iliurrh Was u
1 Complele Siicim'ss.
One of the most successful entertain-
mollis ever given in Hilo was the benefit
limit and concert given nt the Halli
Cliiitah, Thursday afternoon and even
i"Ki J1'!)' The guesl of honor at the
luaii was piioeu I.iliuokalaul, who was
introduced to the people who patronized
the fen-.(. The 1 unit was served ill the
biscuit nt of Hie Hew parsonage nml was a
ciedit lo the Indies who hnd it in charge.
In the evening a musical concert wns
given in the church. Seldom has n Hilo
audience been so well entertained nt a
imisicale, and rarely do artists appear be
fore a more enthusiastic audience than
the otic that packed the church. The
Kaiuchaiiieha Glee Club, Frank Vicrrn
Hint the Territorial Hand were new lo
Hilo and were given a rousing reception.
No less wns the applause for IIIIo'n soloist,
C N. l'routy, who sang two songs, and
Prof. Carvalho who rendered a baritone
The fin ittcial proceeds of the lunu nml
concert were very satisfactory.
Outgoing K I nan I, I it.
Miss Louisa Hap.1l, Miss Hariicl Iln-
tvii. I. fi. P-irinr lr. W. II. tilif 1 Ida
I L. Kc.tiualit, MissMyrn Hcleltihe, Joseph
! Acu, John Ainioku, Win. Vnuiinttn nnd
I three children, Miss M. M. Yoder, Miss
I Dunn, Mrs. Crozier nml child, R.
jOieseckc, Mrs. l'ntton, Miss Maltie Kav,
II. M Rheim, Walter Mndler, Miss ft.
is.. I'.waiiKo, i. 11. .Mci-iauiiainu, Air.
MrP, rice,,,. Mm i5i.fi lVfi.'Ina I AM I
Johnson, W, Thompson, Queen Lilitiokn I
I Iaui, L. J. Warren, R. F. Lntigc, Mrs. j
L.co. h. uesiin, Airs. A. u. uwigm, . 11.
Rose, V. AlcKny, air. anil Airs. I'erklus
Kinnu I'.isstMigor List.
Miss L. Martin, Dr. Fuki and wife,
Rev. U. Vnjima, C. J. I'lshcl, Loo Joe,
Choug Tong I'ung, A. Lindsav, G. Strat
mejer, 1) K. Hguichi, J. A, M. Johnson,
Mrs. C. H. W. Hitchcock, J. Hnp.il, J. T.
Ilrowu, II. J. Scolefield, J. I). Kennedy,
A. C. Kennedy, W. Vlda, J. J. Kellcy,
W. Herlowil7, J. M Oat and wife, Sam
Mncey, L.J. Wnrren, C. T. Littlejohti, S.
II. Rose, Miss Hoffman, A. Hocking nud
wife, H. M. Rheim, Walter Madner, R.
The Klks' Minstrel show will be re-
1 pented nt the Opera House tomorrow
night. The show is put on again as the
result of repeated requests fioni those
who were unable lo secure seats at pre
vious performances. The program will
be entirely changed ami seats will be
sold at popular prices. Resered seats)
011 sale at the Owl Drug Store.
Ituvcy lU'iiiiilns. '
Prank Davey, the photographer, will
rem till in Hilo until Wednesday, July 15.
He may be found nt Sllva's studio on
U ni iiiueuuc street until that day, doing
hiuh class DhotoL'ranhv at rates that are
Court at lloiioknu.
Court was convened at Honokaa Wed
I ncsday by Judge G. F. Little. The civil
'docket was taken up at once and assign
I incut of cases made. Yesterday the Grand
.Jurj was impatitieled.
I Irsl I'oreigji Church
Services next Sabbath morning at 11
o'clock. Subject "Coming to One'ti
Self." Fverybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
The members of the Tax Appeal Courts
have been named by Governor Dole.
Those for the Third Circuit, this island,
are: G. P. Tulloch. president; L. S.
Aungst, Chas. C. Mncomber; for the
Fourth Circuit, K. W. llarnatd, president;
L. Severance and C. R. Hlacow.
The Bachelor's Club will give an in-,
formal dance this evening at their bun
galow, corner of Church and Pitman !
streets. The party will be given under 1
the cliapcrounge of Mrs. P. Peck. The
hosts are Messrs. G. N. Day, F F. '
Nichols, A. II. Jackson, G. Hell and M.
Summhr Comw.mnt is the children's'
most dangerous enemy and the mother's I
most dreaded foe. Immediate and proper
treatment is always necessary. Cham- (
berlain's Colic, Cholera nud" Diarrhoea !
Remedy, given according to directions, '
is the most effectual- remedy known. I
livery household should have a bottle at
hand. Get it today. It may save a life. 1
Tlie Hilo Drug Co. sells it. '
Win. McKay, local superintendent for
the Wilder S. S. Co., goes to Honolulu
today to take the place of Chief Engineer '
Johnson, who will go lo the Coast to
supervise the construction of the new
Wilder steamer. Mrs. McKay will join
her husband at Honolulu in a few weeks'
Mr. McKay will be gone several mouths,
ami while away the local office of the
Company will' be in chnrge of C. T,
Littli'johu, who came up Wednesday.
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Easy
payments. Telephone 178.
MO.SES fc RAYMOND, Hilo.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE:
rOIMlTII AT VOI.U.UO.
'Vim-Ik- mid llriigur
LVlphrntr the Ihiy.
The guests nnd the management of the
volcano House lintl a Fourth of July celc -
bralion of their own. The crowd of
school teachers who were nt the moiin -
tnln hostelry on an excursion nintle things
lively nnd nitdcd iiiucli to the happiness
of the half score of convalescing dengue
pitlents who were in search of comfort nt
Kiiauca. uu me evening ol July 4,
Manager llidgood gave an Independence
Day Hanquet. The dining room was de
corated with flags and hauling and
(lowers. The tables were laden with fern
branches and the menu wns one to make
nil forget that thev were in the confines
of n Volcano wiidcrttcss. The dinner
lasted two hours nud was finished with
the sparkle of w itty toasts and the pop
ping of hospitnblc corks. One of the
school teachers from Honolulu served ns
tonstuiastcr and proved herself the femi
nine counterpart of Chauncey Depcw.
The dengue patients forgot the brenkbouc
nnd nt the close joined in the hearty
When the school teachers left Siiudny
,i,rir,ili..- tit.,. .n.!u.l ...Itt. ll.n... .....a..l
ntirlrt tila rtf tXns Tit.... In.1. rtnt. ...!
hutltrilll. VI t,tlllti3. .J lllUf. RilVhH tlilll
sacks of lava rock nnd sulphur specimens.
I'ern stumps nud other varieties of the
fiiutin at Kiiauca were conspicuoitstirticlcs
of baggage in the out fit of the jolly
pedagogues, It is doubtful whether any
where in the Islands there was a jollier
celebration or a happier lot of celebrants
than nt the Volcano House.
II 11,0 WINS HALL (lAMi:.
Close Score MnrKs Defeat or Kiiine
' liaincliii llojs.
Tile ball game at IIoolulu Park Satur-
day afternoon resulted in a victory for
the home team. The game was tilaycd
while the races were 011 and therefore
was not the center of Interest it otherwise
would have been. Tltn llni- ttti ni ni
follows: Hilo's Kekala, p; Klia, c;
Albert, lb; Alfred Naeote, abj Nahiwa,
3b; Centipede, lf ; Moses, cf ; Pablo, rf;
Kamchumelia's Hrickwood, p; Keku-
ewa, c; Kcaloha, ib; Kd Haitiauku, ab;
folin Desha, 3b; Watson, ir; S. peslia,
cf ; Joe Pa, rf ; Ounl, ss.
., , ., ,
L. 15. Schellberg, principal of Ahualoa
School, Hauiakua has sent in 'his resigna-
lion to the Department of Public Instruc
tion ami has accepted a position in the
Interstate Commerce Commission, Wash
iiiKton, D. C. Mr. Schellberir is not onlv
one of the able teachers of this island but
is also a Notary Public, Secretary of the
Honokaa Republican Club. Secretary and
Treasurer of the Honokaa Church" and
President of the Ilamakua Teachers' As
sociation, He was formerly a cadet at West Point
but was discharged 011 account of physical
disability in 189S. He came to Hawaii
during the saute year nnd begnti teaching
in 1899 and has taught until the present
J. C. Johnson.
Thechiefcreditlorthe successor the
F.Iks' Minstrel Show belongs to J. C.
Johnson, who had entire charge. He
worked incessantly nnd his coinpetencv
is shown by the results. His illness ouil
consentient inability to play his part last
Saturday night was occasion for sincere
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H,e ,H,b c'aswe . "' "" " """
July 3 Untered, Ship Falls or Clyde,
Matson master, thirteen days from
San Francisco, twelve passengers,
aim cargo 01 general merchandise.
CATHOMC C1IUKC1I, 11RIDGK bTRl'.HTf.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
At 9 a. m. Knglish sermon.
At 7 p. m., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese and Benediction.
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. m,
IJvery Sunday nfternoon Knglish in
struction for boys and girls nt Brother's
and Sister's school from a to 3 p. m.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem
bers are reoucsted to notify the narish
,ucat. in hug mm: ui uniHisius, marriages
...!.. . ! .1.... !...-. r , .; .
. Parish Rector.
GRAND FINAL PRODUCTION
' ENTIRE CHANCE OF PROGRAM
Spreckels' Hall, July 11th
ADMISSION OOc AND 75c
Rosorvod Soata on Sale at Owl Drug Co.
Just received by S, S. China, two huu.
dred canary birds, beautiful bingers, at
$2 50 ench. Send in your orders to
I C. II. 11R0WN,
Adminihtrnter for D, G. Cnmarinos.
I P. 0. llox 807, Honolulu. 34-eow
(jaiili: Aititi vi:m.
j ('tttilo Ship Angllii Iteuche.H Honolulu
Honolulu, July 4. The I'ncific cable
h. i,Crc. The mosnects are that
Kirdle around the world will be completed
gomc tmc ilMay. The cable laying
j gienmshlp Anglia completed her work of
laying the deep sen section of cable
between Midway nml Honolulu Inst night
,! arrived on" the port nt tin early hour
this morning. After being passed by the
Quarantine and Customs officials the
vessel steamed to an ntichornge on" Sans
Soucl and began without any delay to
land the shore cud of the cable, There
was the utmost dispatch about the move
ments of the vessel ami the work is being
strictly enrried out according lo schedule.
It had been expected Hint the Auglin
would arrive early this morning. Captain
Rodman of the Naval Station had figured
out that she ought to reach the end of
the deep sen section by about 10 o'clock
last night, lie estimated very correctly,
for at 10:30 o'clock last night the vessel
had comiileted that part of her woik.
The Anglia cntne to n slop nt a point ten
on iinroer's rolnt ami clulilceii
miles from the lauding site at Sans Sotici.
Without delay the work of buoying the
deep sea end was begun. It was n few
minutes nfter midnight when this work
was completed ami the cud dropped from
the vessel. There had been laid from I
Aimw.i) to the point or inioying 1315
knots of cable. The distance traveled
had been 1221 knots. The percentage of
slackngc lo the cable is therefore about 8
percent. After buoying the end, the
Anglia steamed on to Honolulu, nrriving
ofT port in n couple of hours, where she
lay at anchor until this iiioruig.
Notes On the Fourth.
Saturday afternoon nt the races, Ad
miral Hecklev not the tin Hint Hie cable
ley got the tip Hint
' "om Manila had landed nt Honolulu.
rl l!A Ailml
The Admiral cotiimunicnted with Prof.
liergcr and the band rendered the "Cnble
March" with spirit.
The Sunrise Salute of twenty-one guns
' Inaugurated Hie best celebration In the
The people of flilo never appreciated
the Territorial Hand and Kappelmeister
' ilergcr, more than they did this I'otirth
'of July. The band never furnished music
quite so good os it did this year. Tile
part the Honolulu musicians took in the
1 Haili Cliurch concert was most captiva-
The Hilo band, owing lo the fact that
j many of ils members were ill with fever,
ditl not play 011 lite Fourth
The grand btand at the park was pack
ed this yearns it wns never packed before.
When Chairman Holmes proposed
three cheers at the race track for Admiral
, Heckley for his success in securing the
territorial oaiul lor lino, tlie response was
spontaneous from three thousand throats.
The demonstration was equally a compli
ment to Prof, llcrger.
The decorations by Hilo merchants
this year were in keeping witli the high
tide of patriotism that made the day a
LcHloud leads cleverly and lauds hard,
rute rourtii 01 juty pin
When Hilo gives her Mid-Pacific,
' JS-T'' IIo,UIe" I,MI,t be the '
I The citizens of Hilo und every com-1
I inuuily on this Island who punglctt up!
the coin for the Fourth were responsible
for the howling success. It shows what
I united effort will accomplish. 1
,The F.lks minstrels made the round
pleasure for all visitors complete.
1 It is hard to say which of the commit
tees' did its work best. The race commit- ,
tee surpassed previous efforts; tlie Cow- ,
boy Congress committee and the men in
charge of the barbecue covered them
selves with glory in new fields; the Rnil-1
road committee nlavcd its nart well and
j the Finance committee weathered the I
, gale magnificently.
Sealed Tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works till is
m. of Monday, the 20th of July, for lay
ing water pipe in Villa Franca. Plans
and specifications on file in officcof IJ. IJ.
Richards, Agent Public Works, Hilo.
The Klltmrltltf.llllf.llt rntlprvf. tlln rlirlit
.. ...... "
to reject any anil all bids,
I HENRY I,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Dr. I'lerce'a Eliclne Truti
likllirvtl. Nothing lilts
It. licit IltUlnorunairtii
nd t. Glnuint Cut t tut Itujiture,
nunu renowned, znniprunmli,
II ruptured Inveatlgkto t onoo
Gall or mite fur "lktoKLir Nn. "
MAGNETIC E.TRUSS CO., 33YtSlt!i btreet, Ntw
Yokk, N. Y, cr 200 Tout Btrett, Han r'rucW.u, Cal.
Don't suffer with the hent nil Mil er; gel your warm weather clothing right
nwny nud save jour 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 of
Will please you ... Call and
several new shapes have
Economic Shoe Company
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable arid Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and Pertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate anil Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS f"
Sulphate of Ammonium
Sulphato of Potash
Fertilizers for sale
P. O. HOX 767,
J. II. ATHKRTON. President.
J. P. COOKH. Secretary.
GF.O. II. ROHHRTSON, )
K. D. TKNNF.Y, Directors.
K. F. HISIIOP, )
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has ust opened an extensive line of novelties in
WA5H DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray Madias
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 stork
R. & G.
E. N. HOLMES
I At Mountain View 1'ruit Orchards:
1'rcsh imported cows, small bull calves,
i?;,""r!ir'lb "'", ,,o,,u,y8, In,'H,rB im
lly every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
fi.oo per venr, subscriptions received.
MUSKS & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
m. f. Mcdonald
see our new summer styles
been received and ever' one
Nitrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphatos
in large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special Lawn Fertilizer.
FACTORY : .
C. M. COOKK, Vice-President.
GF.O. R. CARTKR,
Treasurer and Manag
J. T. CRAWLF.Y,
Superintendent and Chemist.
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
Mr. Maueol Franco e Vaseousellos of
Knlnpa, Il.iiii.ikua, is our agent. All or-'
s'snt through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Hear in mind that we keep a
great variety or the very best in our line
at moderate prices.
HILO WINK & LIQUOR CO. -Hilo,
Hawaii, May 6, 1903.