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THE WEKKLV HILO 'fRIBUNH, HILO, HAWAII,
JUNE i, 1904.
A good fresh milch cow for salcMc
T.iggart. Cheap for Cash A King-dnny piano,
in good comlitloii, nnd fiirniture mid n J
horse nlitl brake nnd hatncs. Apply lo
U. K. Bapljslc.
The "Delineator" nml lliitlcrlck Pat
terns nt Moses & Ruytuod's.
Representative Keklno of runu return,
cil from Honolulu Weduesdny.
Road Kngincer O. II. Cert- leaves thlt
morning for Honolulu on business.
M. O. Santos, cililor of, "A Sella," wn
n returning passenger on the Kiniiu.
Doesn't your olil machine run hnnl? If
It does see Moses & Riiyinonil about It.
Mr. nml Mrs. T. T. Clinve ore occupy
ing the It. P. Schoen cottage on School
Mrs. Win. Weight entertnincil n few of 1
her frieiuls at Cocoanttt Islaiul Sunday
If you gonwny fur the summer, sub
scribe for the Tkuiunk ami Ret the home
news, f 2.50 per year.
Abraham Lincoln I.ouisson returned to
Paauilo and the further study of coffee. j
last Wednesday morning.
Charles Baldwin, school inspector, con-
tinned on his tour of inspection Tuesday,
going from here to I.aupahoohoc.
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Scales of Pahala
were Hilo visitors this week, pieparatory
to leaving for the mainland shortly.
Acting Governor Atkinson has declared
by official proclamation June nth a legal
holiday and ordered oU public offices
W. C. Cook, who has been confined to
his room for the past wiek or so, is now
, able to be about ignln, much improved
' in health. I
Mrs. A. Cockburn, the Honolulu milli
ner, displays a nice assortment of ladies'
shirt waists and sailor hats at the Pea
Notice is given in this issue that the
Kiuau will sail from Hilo on Thursday 10
n. 111., June 9U1, arriving at Honolulu in
time for Kaniehamcha Day.
To anyone seeking a chati e of climate,
scenery and relief from mosquitos, n trip
to the Volcano House could not be im-1
proved upon. Sec advertisement.
II. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd., are having
constructed inside of their business offices
at Hilo, a spacious new vault IJXI4 feet
in size and with 34 in. brick walls. '
Judge Gilbert P. Little gave a talk on '
"Good Manners ' at the chapel of the
Waiaken Social Settlement last Sunday
evening, which was largely attended.
Why subscribe for San Praucisco or
Honolulu dailies, when you get each
week 11 digest of the wotld's news in the
Tkuiunk? Subscription $1.50 per year.
Miss Ivy Richardson, accompanied by
her brother George, arrived from the
coast by the Kinau, the latter having
finished his studies at a school in Cal
ifornia. Frank R. Ilreed. for some time second
officer of the Kinau is now temporarily
detailed to duty on the Steamer KaHilaui.
Mrs. Breed is staying at the Weight's on
The cannery of the Tropical Pruit
Packing Co. is running at full blast now,
with Mrs. C. N. Arnold in charge. The
company advertise in this issue for fruit
in large quantities.
The Chess Club will meet on Saturday
at 7:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Marsh. At the last meeting Sheriff
Audrews was elected to membership in
place of Prof. Ilenshaw who left on Wed
nesday for the coast.
The Sunday School of the Pirst Poreign
Chinch will give a picnic tomorrow. The
special train leaves Waiauuenue Street
depot at 10:30 a. in. returning on the reg
ular schedule time. Tickets are sold
for one dollar for round trip.
At a meeting of the members of Com
piny D, lust Monday night it majority
were in favor of joining the other co m
p.mits of the National Guard of Hawaii,
which will soon go into camp with the
regulars at Camp McKinley.
White Horse Cellar
Gold Label and
are a few of our choice
Call us up, phone 23, and
we will tell you more
Hilo Itnllioiid Kxtriislmt.
By the first of Julv, p.isscngerM to the
Volcano will le lauded by train from '
Hilo nl 72 miles, within nine miles of the j
Already the track lay
lug has been completed to this point,
aud'Supt. Lambert is rapidly surfacing
and ballasting the roadbed from M01111
tain View to the terminus of the tine. A
spacious warehouse nml terminal station
60 x 100 feet is undergoing construction
to be known us "Glenwood." The work
is being rapidly pushed by Architect
Richlcy mid will be equipped with
rooms for ticket office, restaurant, hotel
quarters and a covered train-shed under
which freight mid passengers can be
landed protected from the cold and rain.
The large grain warehouse which bus
stood nl Waiakea has been removed to
"Glenwood" to be used in the construc
tion of the buildings
A Urulxc by Moonlight.
very ileliguilui moonlight launch
party about the harbor was enjoyed by a
number of Hilo's society youth and Indies
last Priday night. A beautiful calm lay
upon the water and in the silvery sheen
of the moon, the swift little craft glided
noiselessly over the bay, with the sweet
melody of Hawaiian music filling the
nir. The success of this affair promises
other excursions of like character. Those
making up the party were: Mrs. Ja9. P.
Sissou, Misses Veuable, Scott, Sumner,
Hapai, Harriet Hapai and R. Richardson;
Messrs Jas. P. Sissou, TI109. C. Ridgway,
Geo. N. Day, Grace, Rohrig, Ted Guard
and Geo. Hapai. I
The ladies in charge of the First For
eign Church social desire to make a
correction -of the announcement in the
Herald and to state the social will be
given in the Sunday School room 'next
Tuesday evening, to which all are in
vited. Jose Sacenlo, an aged Portuguese, re
siding above the Hilo Hospital, was pick
ed up in front of the Court House Satur
day morning apparently dead, but in a
short time revived so as to be removed to
his home. He was suffering from an
attack of heart failure.
Johu-M. Herring, a petit juror on the
regular panel, was fined $10 by Judge
Little for failing to answer when his
name was called Saturday morning.
f his was the second offense of Mr. Herr
ing, having been tcprimsuikd for his
tardiness on the first occasion.
Mr.W. von Graevemeyer and wife were
pleasantly surprised by the employees of
the company last Monday night, who
presented them with n large album of
Hawaiian views as a souvenir of their
stay in the islands. The Von Gracve
mejers leave this morning for Hanover,
The Board of Trade asks for contribu
tions of prize specimens of produce nnd
nrticles of interest to be placed 011 exhi
bition at their rooms. Already contribu
tions of Hawaiian views and a beautiful
polished slab of koa, presented by W.
II. Lambert, arc 011 view and attract
A delightful moonlight party, luau and
dance was given at the home of Miss
Anna Rose at her Reed's Bay residence,
in honor of M. F. Prosser, Deputy Attor
ney General of Honolulu. Cards and
dancing were cudulged in till a late
hour, the guests sitting dov 11 to the
elaborately spread tables at midnight.
There was n bad cutting affray in the
Olaa Plantation camp last Monday, in
which a Porto Rican luna, by the name
of Rafael used a knife with telling effect
011 one of his countrymen, stabbing him
in the shoulder and slashing his hands.
The police have the assailant under arrest
who will be given a bearing before Judge
Hapai 011 Monday next.
beer is still 011 tap at Union
I wnnt to rent
my Puueo residence-
Wall. Nichols Co. will uive
! Victor Records for old ones.
Lost. On May iath between First
Foreign Church and Spreckels' Block or
on Government road to Waitiaktt, a small
oxidised silver watch with carved back,
fo.oo Reward. Return to TRIBUNK,
Pains in this Stomach, like tooth
ache, nre not dangerous, but decidedly
unpleasant. Persons who are subject to
such attacks will e pleased to know that
prompt relief may be had by taking a
dose or two of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by the Hilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7WWE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
r'riiurlscn l.oprx, tile Polio Itleilll
DcMiprniln, Hack lu Hie Tolls.
After an absence of a month mid 11 hall,
Prancisco Lopez, the Porto Rican pris
1 oner, who holds the record for jail-break
iug, was caught red handed ill Ulaa last
Wednesday night and finds himselfagaiii
nn inmate of Sheriff Andrews' boarding
house. This makes the seventh escape
and capture of Lopez mid the Sheriffs
patience is about exhausted in his efforts
to keep his star boarder contented in his
quarters nt the Hilo jail. On April aoth,
Francisco Lopez escaped from the prison
gang nt work nt tlie stone cruslier on tlie
. . .1
wniiiiKii river leaving Delimit as a souve
nir, the' ball nud chain which had been
attached to his leg. He has been vari
ously reported as been seen in different
parts of the island, and only last week
there was evidences of his presence at
Ookala. While the police were making
a careful search of the vicinity, the
agile yenllemaii made his way through
the foothills and appeared at a spot a
score or more miles removed from where
be had last been seen. Just at dusk,
Lopez mnde a friendly call for something
to cat nt the house of James Kaiitoa nt
"Squattervllle," which is n settlement in
the intcrtor at 16 miles, Volcano
road. A passing native by the name of
"Hill" Katnai, having seen Lopez at the
Hilo jail, recoguized the Porto Rican.
Lopez held a parley with Katnai offering
10 trade a gold watch which he had in
his possession for n revolver, which the
native claimed he had at his place on the
Volcano road. Lopez did not appear to
sec the ruse, and offered to wait until the
native's return. In the meantime the
Hawaiian telephoned to the police nt
Hilo and in company with three other
natives returned to bag their game. Tlie
precaution was n safe one, for only after
n desperate struggle with the four men
was the wily Porto Rican overpowered,
and tied to await the arrival of thepotice.
Prom the numerous knives found 011 his
person, Lopez was little less than n walk
ing arsenal. . All inventory of his posses
sions disclosed three carving knives, one
cane knife, it small pocket knife and a
tin fife. A firearm was the only thing
lacking, and the desire for this led to his
downfall. Lopez at the time of his escape
was serving three sentences, one for
afTray, one for escaping jail on a former
occasion mid one for carrying concealed
weapons. The $50 reward was promptly
paid by Sheriff Andrews to his captors,
Lopez was first arrested and sentenced
011 July 30, 1991, three years ngo, since
which time, except for occasional breaks
for liberty, he has been an inmate of the
Hilo jail. Sheriff Andrews has deter
mined that Jailor Henry shall have nn
opportunity to try his baud with the
slippery convict and ships the gentleman
this morning to Honolulu.
At the meeting of the Hoard of Trus
tees Saturday night, Mrs. Hi L. Myers,
the librarian was granted an extended
leave of absence. Mrs. Mfers tendered
her resignation, intending to teuiain per
manently in the east, but the Trustees
would not bear of such a step as she has
been a very capable I'Hcer and the
Board desired to retain her services.
Her position will therefore be held open
for her return from a visit to her native
state of Illinois. Mrs. Myers goes first
to Chicago and will remain there and nt
Coldwater, Mich, several mouths accord
ing to her present plans. Iu the mean
time, Mrs. N. K. Tracy will have charge
of the Library afternoons and evenings.
The Board of Trustees determined upon
this plan, since it will not necessitate the
employment of a librarian the whole of
each day, and the finances of the Associa
tion demand a retrenchment in expenses.
However, it is proposed to keep the
Library open on Saturdays and ns usual
on Sunday afternoons.
New Cotillion Club Officers.
A sufficient number of members to con
stitute a quorum met in the rooms above
the Hilo Drug store to pass upon the by
laws of the Hilo Cotillion Club. The by
laws as submitted by the committee,
with slight amendments, were adopted.
Owing to the resignation of Dr. J. Hoi
laud at the last meeting, Mr. Geo. N.
Day was elected president. Under the
new rules, Mic executive committee was
increased lo seven members, and Miss
Ivy Richardson and Miss Virginia Veil-
able were added to make up the required
I number. The Club have announced n
I dance to be given at Serruo's Hall on
1 next Wednesday, evening, June 8th.
The committees having the affair in
Refreshments Mrs. W. II. Smith,
Mrs. H. L Shaw, Miss Stella Peck.
Decorations Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Miss
Florence Scott, Miss Ruth Richardson,
Messrs. Jackson and Guard.
llllo Honrilliiir School.
There is a rush uud bustle about the
Hila Boarding School, incident to the
closing days of the school term. The
cadets ure hnrd nt work preparing for
their final examinations uud preparations
nre 011 foot to make the closing exercises
this year especially attractive. On Sutur
day evening, June nth. 1111 interesting
program has been arranged to be given
at the school building, the principal
feature of which will be n musical sketch
entitled "A Dream iu the Tropics."
commencement exercises will take place
nt Haiti Church on Tuesday evening,
June 14th. A cordiul invitation is, ex
tended to all to attend.
TO OHLKintATK Till: FOUIU'll.
lleeklcy I'inllioii to lie llptllnilnl.
Knees, Sports mid Hull. I
t Tilt. Cottee on Atranuetnents have
1 sl lu, lilllc , M!i.n), preparations for 11 '
big time in Hilo 011 Independence Day, I
While the program ns outlined is only
tentative, the day will be well filled with
features of attraction f.r those who desire 1
to be patriotic in a mild way or celebrate
in a more lively manlier. Admiral lleckly '
was sent n wireless message immediately ,
following tlie first meeting of the Com-1
mittec to the following effect: '
"Pourth of Julv Committee wnuls
Moohcnii Park pavilion ready for dedica
tion nnd speech by Beckley July Fourth.
Can It be had?" Holmes, Board of Trade.
This he answered, asking that matters
be delayed until his arrival, Wednesday ,
afternoon, Admiral lleckly met n com-'
mlttcc from the Board of Trade, consist
ing of C. U. Wright, Adam Lindsay, W.
George Knlheiuii, II. Vicars and Dr. M. i
Rice, to whom the Admiral gnvc his '
promise to construct a pavilion uud baud
stand at a cost of $ 1,000. It is proposed
to make the structure octagonal in shape, '
the sides being sixty feet npnrt. The
building will be elevated seven feet in j
order to provide ladies retiring rooms j
nnd shelter for the biscball players. The '
idea originated with Dr. Henry Hayes
who has been working industriously to
have the building completed by July 4th. 1
i jjieiiiiuuury SKeieu was prepared uy
Thos. C. Ridgway, the principal feature
of which was a flag bearing the inscrip
tion "Beckley Hall." which greatly
pleased the Admiral. The latter proposes
to see Alex. Vouug, the government
landscape gardncr upon his return to
Honolulu, with reference to location when
work will immediately be started on the
construction. It is proposed to dedicate
the hall on July 4U1, when the Admiral
will be present with his sou Moohcnii
who will christen the edifice with a bottle
of sparkling Champagne.
Following the dedicatory exercises,
which will be at a morning hour, a parade
will be formed headed by the baud mid
members of Company I) inarching to
Hoolulu Park, where nt 11 o'clock n
match baseball game between the best
local leatns will be ptayed. At a o'clock
the races will be called, and sandwiched
in between there will be sack races, Jtp
iincse, wrestling, pony races, mule races,
relay races and other, sporting events to
keep the crowds' amused and in good
humor. There will be suitable purses
for the winners in each of the events, ag
gregating nearly a thousand dollars. In
the evening the Committee have planned
a reception and ball iu honor of the Ad
miral and his son to be held at the new
pavilion. The various committees' ap
pointed by Chairman Holmes nre ns fol
lows: Finance committee: K. II. Austin,
chairman, Hilo; J. U. Smith, Hilo; F.
Souza, Hilo; W. H. Lambert, Hilo; J.
Hay Wodehouse, Kapoho; M. A. Quiuu,
Pahoa; Jaqk Phillips, Olaa; A. M. Wil
on, Waiakea; W. T. Balding, Wainaku;
G. V. Jakins. Papaikou; J. K. Dillon,
Pepeekeo; . M. Smith, Hotioimr, D.
McKeuzie, Htkalau; B. P. Howlaud, 1
Pap.ialoa; L. IXiingcrficld, Ookala; Al
bert Homer, Kukaiau; A. L. Moses,
Paauilo; Jos. Pritchard. Ilouokaa.
Literary committee: C. C. Kennedy,
chairman; K. N. Holmes, J. C. Ridgway,
S. L. Desha,
Racing committee: C. H. Wright, chair
man; J. T. Moir. Alex Wilson, R.'T.
Athletic sports committee :-IJ. K.
Richards, chairman; P. C. Beamcr,
Harry Knell, W. Geo. Kaihciiui.
Dance committee: Thos. C. Ridgway,
A. Humburg, M. G. Santos, S. Grace.
Kiniiu Departures. N
W. G. Smith nnd wife, N. Ottuinn, U.
J. Wnlkcr, Mrs. W. A. Rivenberg, W.
VoiiGravemeyer and wife, Albert K. Na-
wahi, and wife, Alec Nawahi.J. O'Rouke,
Claude Bnrlingame, John Riley, Dr. II.
J. Jones, M. P. Prosser, C. II. W. Hitch
cock, Sam Lu Chew uud, wife and child,
C. Afong-Sknne, Ailun, Mr. I.ona, Moen
loha, L. K. Ne, P. P. Woods, Mrs Con
The S. S. KINAU will sail from Hilo on
Thursday, June 9th
instead of Priday, June loth, calling nt
intermediate ports and arriving ut liouo
lulu one day earlier than usual.
WILIHUI'S S. S. CO.
Mrs. A. Cockburn of Honolulu arrived
by the Kinau with it nic- assortment of
Liulies' Shirt Waists
uud Sailors' Hats
: For Ladies and Children
Will be pleased to see the ladies of
Hilo and vicinity at the Peacock Block,
Room 4, from 9 to 1 a uud 1 to 5 on Thurs
day nud until the end of next week or
until after tlie 11 ill. Also will take orders
for Hats uud lor Drcsmnkiug. Terms
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