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THIS WEEKLY IIII.O TRIHUNK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNE io, 1904.
j. V. Mrtson wn n returning Kinau
The Ulics, Club meets nt the rooim of
Win. 1. Madeira tomorrow evening.
The strike among the Jnp-itnse laborers
mi llu. Him lMiiiiliiliiiii has been scUtrd.
The chubby features of Lev While- j
house nicseen upon llllu thoroughfares. T
J. O. Scrrno, wife and family returned
oil Wednesday Hum u visit to iioiioiuiu. .
Chin. Hitchcock made n hurried bul
ness trip Io Honolulu, returning Wediies
day. The Hilii pot office will he open from
8 to 9 a. 111. on Situritay, Kameh.imehii
Mm. Paul ll.irlels arrived from Hono
lulu and is visiting her parents on School
' I)r. X. Kuel arrived fiotn Honolulu
nil the Kiunu on a business trip to his Ml.
II. S. Oveiend wus n Hilo visitor on
Saturday and Sunday. Harry is happy
nud cheerful as usual.
For Kent Cottage, of seven rooms with
hath, on School street. Inquire on prem
ises. Mrs. II. Porter.
Ftolght Agent Liltlejohn of the Wilder
Steamship Co. madcu living husiuess trip
to the city Wednesday. "
Friends bf W. Ross Campbell, formerly
of Hilo, will be pliascd io learn of his
safe arrival at Shanghai.
Mr. and Mrs. Helbush have charge of
the Rainbow House and have improved
the accommodations for guests.
J. W. Ascli, of Honolulu, representing
Ilustcd's Directory is making the rounds
utid promises to skip no one in his cnnvna.
Miss Kate Kelly, "Governor," after
rusticating among Olaa constituents re
lumed to her post of duty last Thursday.
The public schools will close on June
14th, the closing excrcisis in each school
being so arranged as to permit parents to
IJ. N. Holmes has offered a silver cup
for the open tennis tournament. The
club will likewise put up a cup for the
S. S. Knterprise leaves San Francisco
June 19th, and will sail from Hilo July
6th, and not three days later as stated in
Mrs. A. Cockburu, received by the last
Kltiau a fine line of shirt waists and
ladies' neck wpar. On exhibition at Pea
cock Illock. "
Miss Lydia and Julia McStocker who
have been attending Mills College at
Alameda, returned Wednesday to their
home at Olaa.
Mrs. Porter and her daughter Mis
Ktiima Porttr left yesterday on the Kiunu
for Honolulu oil a' visit to Mrs. George
Watt at Wflialuu.
It was variously reported that Hurry
Ovcrvnd'h sudden appearance in Hilo hail
something to do with" causing the earth
Payment Is stopped on three lost
checks issued by the Hilo Klcclric Light
Co. They are in favor of Uobt. Duncan.
Sie notice ibcwherc.
Mrs. II. Finckc eutertaim-d the Olaa
Card Club at the club house last Satur
day night. Cards and dancing were en
dulged in until a late hour.
Major John Milsaps, S ilvatiou Army,
begins a campaign tour of the islanil,
commencing at Kailua tomorrow, and
arriving at Hilo the following Saturday.
12, D. Baldwin, L. Severance, A. II.
Loebetisteiu, John ll.iker and W. C.
Ilordeu go to Honolulu this week as
witnesses in the Tirown-Spreckels land
Miss Mary Shipitiau, who has been
visiting in Oakland and Misses Clara and
Carrie Shipiuan, who have been attending
Mills College returned Wednesday for
their summer vacations.
Q. II. Herry is reported 11s biying that
the cattle on Kauai are suffering from a
serious scourge of the black fly, caused
it is believed by insufficient pasturage for
the number of cattle there.
The classic features of Hon. "Jock"
McGuire nre wreathed in smiles, more
comprehensive, if possible, than hereto
fore. Another girl was adiKd to his
nest of cherubim Saturday night.
The slight earthquake shock experienc
ed by Hiloites last Saturday 110011 was
more vigorously felt on Molokai and
Maui, where dishes and bric-a-brac
sufferrcd from the earth tremor,
C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, accompanied by Komi
Engineer Gere, left the Kinau at Kawaii
liae and are making the trip overland to
Hilo, arriving Sunday morning.
White Horse Cellar
Gold Label and
are a few of our choice
Call us up, phone 23, and
we will tell you more
Program 11 1 llllo lloiirdlntc School I
The commencement exercises of the 1
Hilo Hoarding School will lake place at
Hie Until uiurcii, lucsday evening, at noo ul Hrughelli's l'atk on the water
7'..y o'clock, to which the public is in-, frolll t possible, there was 11 larger
u ' pkoUkam.
clltirll..XVlieii TlTou Art Nigh"
F. N. Shcppcrd
lissay "Capital and Moor
b. Kaeap.i llurke !
Kssay "Small Funning in the Ha
wailan Islands'. ....Jeremiah Joshua
Chorus 'Suiti, Spin" Ilugojunst
Hssay "Kaahumaiin"..Charles Kalaiwaa
Kssay "The Making of 11 Simple
Table" James Kamakalwi
Declamation and Valedictory
, David Kcawahano
Address Rev. C. H. Shields
Chorus "Kalulain" F.dwards
Presentation of Certificates
Clioius "The Spider and The Fly"..
A. J. Caldicott
Class of 1904 S. Kaiapa llurke, Jere
miah J. II. Joshua, Charles Kalaiwaa,
James C. N. Kaumliaiwi, David II. Kea.
A minstrel performance will be given
tonight at Spreckels Hall by the Hilo
Waiakea Dramatic Club. Tickets can be
obtained at the door.
A. Hutnburg.trttstee of the estate of Y.
Hamada, bankrupt, advertises for sale at
auction all property belonging to bank
rupt, to take place June 17th at Puueo.
Dids are called for by Superintendent
ivny in tuts issue lor a new road
Cailua to Kcauhou, and reconstruc
lion of Iluehuc road towards Waiuica, on
The delegates to. the St. Louis Demo
cratic convention arc Curtis Iaukcn, Dr.
Noblitt, Palmer P. Woods, J. D. Easton,
T. Hen Lyons and J. L. Coke, all in
structed for Hearst.
Falls of Clyde arrived yesterday after
noon n2 days from San Fraucisco, with
large freight and the following passengers
Chas. Hap.il, Mrs. H. J. Lyman, and her
mother, Mrs. Newman.
Owing to the desire to accommodate
employees of the company, the Wilder
S. S. Kinau only slopped overnight in
port, returning to Honolulu in time to
celebrate Kamehameha Day in the latter
The fourth annual commencement ex
ercises of St. Joseph's School for girls
will occur on Thursday afternoon, June
16th, at 3:30 o'clock. Friends and all
those interested are cordially invited to
W. M. Harris, manager of the New
York Life Insurance Co. on the Pacific
cojst and F. S. Muusell, local cashier lor
the company, were Hilo visitors, return
ing to Honolulu yesterday morning by
The trustees of the Hilo Library have
set apart f 50 for the purchase of new
books, and request the reading public
and all persons interested, to send in lists
of books most desirable and suitable to
the lihraiy. r
Attorney General Andrews, Auditor
1 Fisher and former Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands J. F. Ilrowu arrived by the
Kinau with reference to the alleged local
Land Othce irregularities. They returned
Stamp collectors in various parts of the
world urc applying to the Hawaii Promo
lion Committee regarding Hawaiian
stamps. Local philatelists, by applying
to that committee, will be put in com
nnmicatiou with the writers.
The closing exercises of the Hilo
Hoarding School will take place at the
school building, Saturday evening, June
11th, at 7:30. A musical cautata entitled
"A Dream in the Tropics" will be ren
dered. A general-invitation is extended.
A mistake was made in announcing
the Sunday school picnic to Puna last
week. The picnic will be given tomorrow,
Junho nth, the special train leaving
Waiauuenue Street at 8:30 o'clock and
returning at 5. Tickets J! 1 for the round
Rev. Curtis K. Shields delivered a
splendid sermon last Sunday evening,
entitled "The Story of Mohammedanism
and its relation to Christianity." These
lectures are able and iutructive and well
worth hearing from an historical point of
Householders in Puueo will be pleased
to learn that the saturate solution of
moth-balls which they have been uettiut!
through the water pipes for the past ten P
days, s caused by a fresh coat of tnrJfA
paint which has just been given to the
Hilo Sugar Co. resevoir.
The executive committee of the Dis
trict Committee met last Monday evening
and made recommendations to fill the
offices of ranger of the first and second
laud district, formerly held by W. Rags
dale. Nelson Ahhia, a protege of Re
presentative Lewis was recommended for
the $50 job at Hilo and Jos. Pritchard of
iionokun ior the second position, which
I pays the remunerative sum of $30.
A good fresh milch cow for sale. Mc
Tuggnrt. Cheap for Cash A Kingsbury piano,
in good condition, and furniture and a
horse mid brake and harness. Apply to
R. K. Haptiste.
The "Delineulor" ond Hutterick Pat
terns nt Moses & Raymod's.
Doesn't your old machine run hard? If
it does see Moses & Raymond about it.
beer is still on tap at Union
I want to rent my Puueo residence
Wall, Nichols Co. will gtvc yon new
Victor Records for old ones. " 27-tf
I.q.ST. On May istli between First
Foreign Church and Spreckels' Illock or
on Government road to Wuinaku, a small
oxidised silver watch with carved hack.
&.00 Reward. Return to TRIIIUNE
Pains in tiik Stomach, like tooth
ache, nre not dangerous, but decidedly
unpleasant. Persons who arc subject to
such attacks will be pleased to know tha
prompt relief may be had by taking a
dof or two of Chamberlain 's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. For
sale by the Hilo Drug Co.
TWO (1000 II.VI.l. 0 A SI IIS.
KiitliUNlusiu Aroused llclm'rii Itlvnl
Keiuarknlily fine playing marked the
ttto games of baseball last Sunday
' crowd than usual, and the grand stand
j and roadway filled with spectators and
! vehicles, The first game between the
j Hilo Kuilroad team and the Union
Specials was called promptly at 2 o'clock
and there was n strong rivalry between
players and champions of the two sides.
Considerable feeling was shown in some
of the rulings of referees Lake and Fnoch
Ilrowti, and at one time a row seemed
imminent. The scute closed 4 to 8 in
favor of tile Railroad boys. Following
this game, there was a closely contested
game lietwecn Hcatucr's Specials and the
Waiaken Social Club, the latter scoring a
victory, 9 to 7.
The Hilo Railroad nine and their
friends from Waiaken gave evidence of
their gratification Monday night in de
feating their opponents, by parading the
streets with a stringed quartette nud
carrying a banner with the inscription
"It is our time to blow now." The re
sult of the game was not allowed to go
unchallenged, and a protest was fillei by
the Union Specials against the decisiou
and the rulings of the umpires. On
Monday night the League met to take
up the matter, but in the meantime the
Union boys withdrew their charges and
the mailer blew over.
Next Sunday afternoon, at the same
place and time there are two games
scheduled, Hilo Railroad vs. Waiakea'n
and Ouoincn vs. Rainbow Falls nine. If
the weather permits, a scrub game will
also be played tomorrow afternoon, which
is a holiday and base ball enthusiasts are
not willing to let the opportunity slip by.
Soldier Hoys Lcnvc for Week's Out
ing nt Honolulu.
Promptly at 10 o'clock Tuesday night,
thc'Stcamer Helcue crowded with mem
hers of Company D, National Guard of
Hawaii, bound for the encampment at
Honolulu, pulled out in the stream. The
full complement of officers and nearly the
entire roll of privates were on hand to
take the ouiiug. Each man was required
to provide himself with his own blankets,
tin plate, cup and eating implements of
knife, fork and spoon. The federal
government furnishes provisions, ammu
nition and accoutrements, besides trans
portation to and from the encampment.
The Ilcleue wus charted for the down
trip, but the soldier boys will return by
next week's Kinau.
They will remain in camp five days at
or near Camp McKiuley and it is believed
the association with the regulars will
afford good training for the volunteer
soldiers. This is the practice pursued by
every state or territorial malitia through
out the United States, and in time of
necessity the experience gotten by camp
life has been most valuable. Lieut. Col.
McClellau in charge of the army head
quarters stationed nt Camp McKiuley
recently inspected the local organisation,
and in his report to the War Department,
said "The general appearance of Co. I),
very good. It' appears to be fairly well
disciplined. The captain understands
the difficulties under which he labors
and takes much interest in his company.
It had three officers and thirty men pre
sent out of a membership of 45, at ins
pection and presented a good soldierly
appearance." Capt Fetter feels gratified
at the report, coming as it does from an
experienced army officer.
Forresters Fleet Olllccrs.
Court Mauna Kea, No. 8854, A. O. F.,
held its annual election oi officers for the
ensuing year on Monday night, as fol
lows: Re-electing Chief Ranger, G. F.
Affonso; Sub-Chief Ranger, Jos. de Frei-
as; Financial becretary, Ueorce II.
'Akau; Recording Secretary, W. II. Beers.
Other officers elected were: Treasurer,
J. P. Fernaudes Jr.; Senior Woodward,
David Ketnnardt; Junior Woodward,
Win. Canaridj Senior Headle, Jose Salva
dor; Junior Deadle, Frank da Cauiura;
Organist, Prof. Cnrvalho.
These officers will be installed on the
evening of July 4th. The finances and
membership of the Court is increasing
with rapid strides.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, June 12th: ii:op n. in., "As
Having Authority," 7:30 p. 111., bacca
laureatte sermon to the graduating class
of the Hilo Hoarding School.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HOE IS HO SUBSTITUTE
A .SMJOUSSFrii II.VmtTAINMKYI'.
I.nilU's of Foreign Church (Jin1 Kit
Joynhlo Sonlnl. !
The Sabbath school room ol the first I
i Foreign Church was filled to overflowing '
on last Tuesday evening by members and
their friends. The occasion was the j
church social, preparations for which j
have been quietly In progress for sonic
weeks past. The program was under the
supervision ol Mrs. W. II. Smith mid ,
Mrs. Henry Hayes and with talent hert-i
tofore undiscovered, presented an enter
tainment of exceeding merit. The prin
cipal feature of the evening was the act-
ling of three one-act play? taken from
Austin uonson, mc nngiisn author.
"The Secrets of the Heart," 11 dialogue
between two convent maidens "Ninnelte"
nud "Ninon," upon such abstruse sub
jects as love and men, was well acted by
Misses Maude and Gertrude Maon.
"Tu quoque, an idyll in n Conservatory"
was n refreshing bit of society life. Miss
Virglnin Venable and Mr. Thos. C. Rid
wny sustained the characters of the
quarrelsome lovers in nn -able manner
and gave n correct interpretation of a
modern flirtation, which sparkled with
both wit nud vivacity. A piano duet by
Miss Franc Potter and Miss Severance
was well executed and nil Instrumental
solo was rendered by Mrs. O. A. Steven
with such technique nud expression as
to surprise her many friends. A violin
solo by Mrs. R. T. Moses, accompanied
on the piano by Miss Caroline Potter,
was n pleasing number and heartily
applauded. The program closed with
another short play from Austin Dobson,
entitled "Goodnight Habbette." Wm.
McCluskcy, as the aged "Vieuxbois"
protrayed the part in an artistic manner,
and Miss Florence Hill ns "Babbcttc,"
the'scrving maid, both by her acting and
singing gave promise of considerable
latent histrionic ability. She samr in an
uilmirablc manner "Chansonnetie," the
music for which composed by Mrs.
Jurret T. Lewis, was sweet and plaintive.
Altogether, it was one of the most en
joyable entertainments given under the
auspices 01 mc iliurcli. Kelrcslimcnts
were later served and the balance of the
evening devoted to the incetinir socially
of the large number present. -
A Pleasant llauco.
One of the nleasnntcst of the small
dances yet given by the Hilo Cotillion
uiuu, look place Wednesday night in
honor of Miss Kale Kelly who deported
the next day on the Kiunu for Honolulu.
Owing to n refreshing shower early iu (he
evening, the dancing was made both
comfortable and enjoyable. Music was
furnished by Carvalho's quartette.
Refreshments were servedHatcr in the
evening, nud the uathcriiu: did not dis
perse until 11 late hour.
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Mouth. Small Profits.
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TRENT & CO.
ACENTS AND BROKERS
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
The property of
THE ESTATE OF Y. HAMADA
Will besbld nt Public? Auction, beginning
at 10:00 o'clock A, M.,
Friday and Saturday
June 17 and 18,
Hamada's Store, Puueo
Monday and Tuesday
June 20 and 21,
Hamada's Store, Keeau
All Groceries, Merchandise, Furniture
and Fixtures belonging to the said bank
rupt will be disposed of at that time.
By order of
32-2 Trustee in Bankruptcy.
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REAL ESTATE,$TOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
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ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
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