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niLo 'riuuuKii, iii.o, Hawaii, Friday, junk 3, 190.1.
lje fiilo (sPvilmmv
I'KIMAV, - JUNMi j, 1904.
Kntouil nttlic rostollU'i- t llllo.liii
wall, ns hccoiiiI'cIiim matter
puiii.isiir.n i'.vkkv i'hiiv.
Vacancies 011 llonil llonnl.
I Friends Shun Their Appreciation.
John A. Scott has tendered lis! Jm't prior tn their departure from Fc-j
Deacon 1 Notice Is'herehy gheti that in pursti-
i :.. nu..i ,1 n peekeo, Mr. iiml Mm. Itrnry t
' h were the recipient of n net odour diucn iincc of mi order mule and entered by
incniucr 01 uic mm mum uuuru,
assigning as n reason that the duties
of the office occupy too much of his
1 time, which he feels he ought to
devote to his other business. 0v-
1. CASTi.it UiiimvAY liditor i"K Mr. Deacon's contemplated
). w. mNiisii HuIiims Manager. -'ar,y departure from Ililo his place
on tne nouru win hkcwihc liuve iu
1 be filled. No appointments will be
41 er tahlcwaro from the plantation fntni- l',c C.,rSlU r,.UI,Re 0,e iiOMirU,i,C,ircVl1
,, , , , t. 11 1 'Court Territory of Hawaii, in Probate,
Sin nnil n handsome llnwnllnn miuvcnlr i llic Ia ,,iy .trjmmry, A. 1). 1904, in1
from the Pepcckco Sunday school to Mr. (1L. matter of the estate of Knmaliiwa.
Deacon. The former mumper 11 ml his I blue, of Piiumol, Itito liauaii, deceased,'
wife arc held in UIrIi esteem by tK. I the undersigned Administrator of said
, r .1 t, 1 1 . .1 I estate will cell 11 1 public unction subject
employee of the Pepcckco plantation, confi,llmlion hy slid Court, the follow-
many of whom have had occasion to re. , ll(r described real estate, situated on the '
cognize the sterling qualities of this laud of Puumoi, District of Itilo, Island
gracious couple. (At at informal Knlticr' n"i Terrilwry cir IIiiail. unniuly;
7 ... . ... ... r. 1 wenii-six and one half acres of the
nil! at 1 c manager s res u euce. line uius , , .... ...,. ... ...... , , ..,
WITH this issue 1 UK IKIIlUMt , ...,,.. ...... ..r ... ! were nresented to the retirimr counle. to Ifrmii K. I.. Austin ,in,t wlri-. rrnnli.il (11
incurs a change in management and I ' , ., , . which Mr. Deacon replied in n few -re Liber 107, on piges 133 and 131. in the
...1 :..i 1 HM,f., .illcndciU Holloway, Who expects to . -.,..,, ,., Mtuflicli011 nn,l UcglstryofConvcyances for the Territory
, , ..'... :i .i Iconic to Hilo next week to look . aHnreclation. Mr. De.icon has been
11111111 illlll 1 ciiiii 1111 1111 ii.iiii 1 . . .. 1 - -
, , , r over public works mutters in this
nieiiis liuve been 111 clisirge of one . . , .
. .. ., , . . ., !:.. r vicinity. Road Engineer G. II.
individual, but with a diviMon or ' ? .
., ...... . . Gere returned on Wednesday from
responsibilities it is proposed to give . ' ,
' , ... , " fla trip over the line of the work
to Tiik Tkihunk nhighei degree of . ;
. ,. . . ? 1 which he has been doing. He hns
efliciencv ns a di.ssemiii.itor of news f .
,. e . .. . 1 made surveys of all the bridges
and i.s a medium of advertising. 1 . ... . .... c .
.... .- , 1 . 1 wi. authorised by the loan bill, five in
V.IW1111; ll IIIC .WUIWHIV.-H iuui mill"' , , . . .
, ,, , n , , , r .... 1 lumber, and under instructions
ol Mr. W. C. Cook, who has found '
,. . , f I from the Depaitment has changed
11 necessary 10 rciiiuimsu miy iui- . -, .
,' , l ,, the specifications for the Aleamai
tlier newsnaucr woik. Mr. 1). C.istle , . .. ' . !
,,., , 1 .t i . 1 bnuge Irom a metal structure to a
Utdirwav has assumed the editorial 1 " . ...
chnir of Tun Tkihi'NK. Mr. D.
W. Marsh will have supervision
over the ndveitisingnnd business of.
the office, mid hereafter TilK Tki-
hunk will be prepared to give
prompt attention to advertisements
and job work of every character.
manager of l'epeekeo for over fourteen
years, and has succeeded in developing
the plantation from an output of 2100
tons to 7500, I'or the p ist ten years,
according to the records of the office, the
nverage prop has been nearly 6,51x1 tons,
instead of the statement as ui.ide I tt the
Herald The plantation h.ts been one
of the best paying on the island and the
change in management is the result of
the change in owners
The Democrats held their primaries
last Saturday afternoon in the District
Court Room. There was n fairly re
presentatlve vote cast uud Utile rivalry
for honors at the polls. The delegates
chosen from Ililo and Waiakea arc its
follows: Ililo D. Kwaliko.Wtn.Naliinu,
THE LESSONS OF WAR.
stone arch, lie leaves tins morn
tug for Honolulu to report his find-
ings in person, and says there is no
reason why the contracts should not
be let at an early date.
Suneiintendciit C S. Holloway.
;., ,. 1..nnr tn l,o t.m.rd n Tmdp. I l. Aukai, fl. Mao, Albert Nawahi, Cress-
... .... , man, llento, llackus, and Kduard Kvkoa;
mis iiuiiuuiiiuii 111a wiuiiiuu-o ami
that of the Government to take
over the Desky bridge to Riverside
Park. The papers have not bven
formally drawn up, but he author
izes the Road Board to make the
of Hawaii, at Ilonotttlu, O.ihll, the por J
lion to be sold is on the Hamaktm side of'
said laud, adjoining the gulch. 1
Said sale will be made nt public nuc 1
tlon nt it o'clock n. in. on Saturday the
iHthdiy of June, A. I), iqoj, ntthe front
door of the court house in the town of
Hilo, island of Hawaii, to the highest
bidder for cash in t'uited States gold
coin. Conveyance ut purchasers expense.
Hilo, Hawaii, May tt, 1904.
I'RKDKRICK S. IA'MAN.
Administrator of the estate of Kiunalii
wnltiue, deceased. 2H-4
San Francisco Prices Prevail
iiiiMUi 11 1, ...iMmmmmaamHimmmmmmm
ALL NEW STOCK
NOBBY NECKWEAR '
Plain and Fancy Negligee Shirts
. Straw Hats, Latest Spring Styles
Panama Hats, Reasonable Prices
Steamer Trunks, All Sizes
Our Motto: "QUICK SALliS, SMALL MIGHTS."
The Globe Clothing Co.
The Russia-Jap in war is teach-'
ing many lessons in naval warfare,
fWr., iili,rlt ilw ntliiT nntinni nf tile I
,, ,1 r. mm. rr'. necessary repairs to protect the
world can well profit. I lie effect- , . , '. '. ,T
: r .1... ...1 nrt.... voM .britlKClroingouiB to rum. Here-
ivuni.r'T vi, iii. .t. ...i.....w . . 1
and torpedo buat have proven them
to be most valuable adjuncts to a
Waiakea, Chas. Warren, D. K. Amelia, ' i
Win. Winchester, I'ahlo I.iilli, D. IC. 1
Akolo, C. Lehman, Kugene II. I.ee, D.111 .
Kaillenui and Henry West. Kaclt of the
Hverv season is n good season to
own and use a camera. It affords
constant diversion and has a refin
ing and educational inliuence.
There are thousands of unseen
things about you now which a
S HAWAII'S BEST CLIMATE :
AN IDEAL SUMMER RESTING PLACE 2
well equipped navy. No longer is
the cumbersome and unwieldy
battle-ship the (actor in detcrmin-1
ing a naval battle The high
speed cruiser and torpedo boat can
lay close into shore and under cover j
of darkness Mrike a blow to the J
.nf".n ln .. t. r ft t tri3 l.n.... nlmll.i. 1
I luiuiu mi; auiuuiiucs iiaw iuiilii
thi Territory had no right to accept
so narrow a bridge or thoroughfare
as the Riverside viaduct, and the
local Road Board refused to shoul
der the responsibility of keeping
the bridge iu repair.
precincts get six votes, all of which ,nre
in favor of J. 1). Kaston as delegate from
East Hawaii to the St. Louis convention j
to be held July 6, Accordjug to the
present program, besides l'.nstor. lite ulg
Island will be represented by Palmer
Woods, O.i hu by two delegates oud Maui
and Kauai by one each.
! camera will help ou to see; it
opens one's eyes.
We carry such nil extensive
varietv of cameras that we can suit
enemy, WHICH may bcnousiy n,y members and friends or Hilo Tennis
cripple or utterly rout the opposing Club, in the tournament now going onnt
force. Unless himilarly pi otectcd 'he club's court in the rear of the Hilo
... . i i,, . - Hotel grounds. The players have been
with a coino oft rpjuo boats or. ,,,,, , , ,,
1 matched for both singles and doubles, as
torpedo boat destroyers, a battle- fl)llowg. K1,iol vs. Wnchs; Sisson vs.
hhip is almost helpless before an j Guard, lvtiglish v. Madeira, Mellor vs.
enemy's toinedo attack. She is ' Kagsdale, Hap.ii vs. Kuniburg; Lindsay
m. l,i,1L-v tn ,.! nut of tins w.ivimdivs. Smith; Iialdwin vs. Vicars;
' ii .,.u ..- ,i..i. ii rt
cannot tetiiin the fire The losses
In conformity with Section 13, Article
I., of the Rules and Regulations of the
UniiiiMirnn l'.irtv of the Territory' of
Tennis Toriinmoiit In ITosreiw. , Jotic(. ls hmb iven Ulal Ulcre
Considerable interest is being shown w 111 be a meetimr of the fourth l'reiuct
Republican Club, I'irst Representative
by the Japanese of the magnificent
battleship Hatstise and two cruisers
Yoshino and Mikaya are supposed
to have been by Russian mines or
a submarine torpedo boat. Both
sides in the great conflict are ic
sorting to new methods of de
struction in waging naval battle,
and the nations of the world are
closely watching every engagement
for the lessons which they teach in
In a British summary of the
naval strength of the nations,
United States is given credit for
being first in the number of battle
ships built and under construction,
numbering thirteen. Great Britain
follows with twelve. The latter is
constructing seventeen armored
cruiser against eleven for United
States. France shows up with
nine armored cruisers now building.
Russia has one complete submarine
boat, with fqurteen others in course
of construction. Otherwise Russia
has a weak naval force, but re
cent Japanese losses of warships
has demonstrated the effectiveness
of the .submarine mode of warfare.
Whether by the recent purchase of!
war vessels from ChileT Japan will 1
be able lo withstand these continued
losses remains to be seen. I
ll.tldiue vs. ISnlilitiK. Of the eight sin
gles scheduled, only five thus far have
been played, Klltot winning over Wnchs
a score of 5.7, 9 7, and 6-3. Mellor wins
against Ragstlule by a score of 6-3; 6-8;
ami 6.3. Despite the handicap of 15
points to Vicars, he overcame Ualdwiu,
who lias been regarded as the crack
player by two straight games, 6-o; 6-3.
In the game between the two Ilaldings,
Ralph Balding won against his brother
with u score of 6-4 and 6-2. Madeira
gave Kuglish a handicap of 15 points
uud defeated the latter iu two games, 6.1
and 7-5. This afternoon at 4 o'clock R.
K. Holding and II. Vicars have been
matched for n game, with n handicap of
LS in the latter's favor. On Saturday at
District, held nt the Firemen's Hull,
Hilc, ot l'riday, June 10th, 1904, nt 7:30
p. 111., for the purpose of making nomina
tions for officers of, the club for the en-
sucing term of two years, the election of
such officers to take place at the wine
hall and hour, l'riday, June 24th, I94.
llv order of the President:
THOS. C. RIDGWAV.
R. A. LYMAN, JR..
Hilo, June 2, 1904. 31-tf
nny one ns to (jimmy nun price.
The inexpensive cameras do really
good work and rather than denv
yourself camera experience it is
better to start with n cheap one
and buy a better one when you are
able. Drop in nud let us show you
the various styles. '
? H. L. SHAW, Manager
E 4000 FEET ABOVE SEA LEVEL
MILES AWAY FROM MOSQUITOES S
S ASK ABOUT RATES S
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD, - MANACER
VOLCANO HOUSE, HAWAII
In conformity with Section 13, Article I
L, of the Rules and Regulations of the
Republican Party of the Territory of Ha
waii, notice is hereby given that there
will be n meeting of the Third Precinct
Republican Club, I'irst Representative
District, held nt the Christian Science
Hall, Waiakea, on Friday, June 10th,
1904, at 7:30 p. in., for the purpose of
making nominations for officcts of the
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bkidgk St. ' - Hilo, H. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hilo, H. I.
3 o'clock p. m. there will be four match I club for " c"s,,i'"-' l:'rm of tw, nrs'
games, (Juuril vs. Sissou nuu bissoit vs.
Klliott, or in the latter's absence, Lind
say. At 4 o'clock Saturday games are
scheduled between Humburg and Hap.ii
uud Madeira s. Mellor, which promise
some good playing, nnil a large attend
ance of visitors is expected. The manage
ment extend 11 cordial invitation to
tenuis enthusiasts to be present at any of
the games during the tournament. The
open tournament for the championship
of the island will be played during the
first week in July, beginning with Fri
day the first and the finals to be played
on July 4th Kutries are being made al
ready. Woods & Sheldon of Honolulu
have promised to put up as one of the
prizes their best "Driver" racket. Other
prizes will be selected for thetouiiuuieut.
llnsi'hnllists Cannot Agree.
Owing to the continued lack of harmony
among the several teams composing the
local league, President D. S. Bowman and
all the officers of the nssociatiou tendered
their resignations. This necessitated n
new election of officers with Win. Downer
as president. Heck Kuhlburg is vice. ;
president, with W. II. Johnson, secretary 1
and P. C. Reamer, trensurer. Because of 1
the continued friction between teams, the j
management has been unable to make a 1
schedule of games for the bcason. There
Itnirtihili; dun Disagrees. J is such a disparity in strength nud playing 1
After rem lining out nil of Wednesday ( between rivnl nines that it is being nd
night the trial jury iu the case of the j vocated to form classes hi order to pro
Territory against Win. K. Ragsdale, for , perly match teams. Next Sunday after
embi'zleuiLut, eame into court yester- noon promises two of the most in
day morning without a verdict, tlie fore- terestiug games yet played, the games
uinti announcing they had agreed to scheduled being Union Specials vs. Hilo
.dlMipree. The court promptly discharged ' Railroad and Reamers Specials vs. With
thejuiy .mil the defendant held on his I kens. The boys have their new uniforms
oiMi recognizance pending anew trial. 1 and will present a handsome appearance.
The U.igbdulc case practically closes the I The first game is called for 2 o'clock p.m.
calendar and it is Judge Little s intention ' . . . .
the election of such officers to take place
at the same hall and hour, Friday, June
lly order of the President:
JAS. D. LKWIS.
G. F. AFFONSO,
Waiai ca, Hilo, June 2, 1904. 31-tf
All kinds of fruits such as
wanted iu large (piautities.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
made new for a few cents and
a little labor. With
you can paint and varnish at
the same operation. You will
be surprised how caay it is
to renew vehicles.
Let us show you color cards.
iT "".""TPCl CSfEflESMmS
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fino Fat Turkeys.
. . Sucking
II11.0 already has itb committee
appointed to provide a proper cele
bration for the Iurth of July. It
always did .set the pace for Hono
lulu when it comes to .shouting.
Call and see us. Cannery in renr of
Hilo Railroad Shops, Waiakea.
Tropical Fruit Packing Go.
J. Ivancovich & Go.
SAN FRANCISCO, - CAL.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Iu accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motor8, swivel frame, 8
Sowing Machino Motor 20
Power for operating them f I n mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
WM. G. IRWIN & GO., Ltd.
HILO MERCANTILE CO. 5
SOLE ACENTS FOR HAWAII
P. O. Boz 94 Telephones 4 A, 4 B
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co,
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARiO, Manager.
to ndjonrii couit lor tin-term on Saturday.
first Foreign I'huich.
Sthliilli, June 5, ioi: 11 11. in.
Children's l).i Service. 7:30 p. in. The
Story nf Mohammed. ini.Mii and Its rela
tion to Christianity.
Mrs, Cockhuru, H.J. Richardson, Miss
Ivy Richardson, David Ascli, David Ka
hiui ami wife, Mrs. A. Ludloff and 4 1
children, F.utdgn Uuderhill, M, G. Pan-,
toff, C. N. l'routy, K. Dick e. M. K. Kc
, alau.m, 0. Opptuan.
and OTHER ISLAND FRUITS
consignments soMciTiui Commission Agents.
I Sole Agents for
; National Cane Shredders,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store BAGGAGE
126 KINC ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 5
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers,
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZE!! CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and Fertilizer Furnished Sultahle to Soil, Climate and Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphato of Ammonium Nitrate of Soda
Bono Meal H. C. Phosphates
Sulphate of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilisers for sale in large or small uuantlties. Fertilie your lawns with our
Special Law 11 Fertilizer.
P. O. U0X 767,
lie and Prison
C. M. COOKF., President. K. D. TKNNF.V, Vice-President.
F F. IJISHOP, Treasurer. J. WATF.RHOUSF,. Secretary.
G. "ii. ROHURTSON, Auditor V. M. ALEXANDER, C. H. ATIIIvRTON