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THIS WISKKI.V I II 1.(3. TRIMWIi, IIIKO, HAWAII, KRIDAY, JUNK 17 tyaj.
SHOT HIS Ull'i:. ' 1
I'ltltl.H! HdllOOLS CI.USi:.
Hurry A. Km IK llw I
rfit.M,Ml liv llk Iflfntlt.
' .... 1 I During hlsstnv In IIII11 mill vicinity.
Mr. L. SriiueslMniiitii-il.iy,Sll))l( ( ,,m,c Work Hollow-ay has
011 neentint or her liMllh. t j, vt. tlM,i improvements nml oilier public
t ti,i,f!l,l iwl liU kUir of tinkn I works eaicful coiiitleiatirn. Vestcrtlay
la no to Honolulu to ilny.
July DffliiiwUoi (iiul pilterns have ar
rlvednt Miihh & Raymond.
Mr. mid Mrs. John T. Moir were re
turning iwcngers on the Klnnu Wedties-
Claude UnrliilHiiine rode P.gyplmn
Princess to sueCens on June 1 1 tit at the
Ir Itriirv IIiivis Niiroiilnl a set f
.... !J.r" "m".!.. . ?.i!i.. ..?... ". l ..
",.,,." ' " f I
Sam 1'. Woods has been n Hilo visitor
all week and returns this inoriilii to
W. 1". MeDmignll of Kohola was a Hilo
, . . .
.. . I I ll I
Palv nrcompmiled by Misses
M U. and li. W. l'alv
Wednesday from Honolulu.
I'. W. Harbour and wife of Kaiwlki
tisouthirn Callforni.i in a few weeks
account of ill health of .Mis. Harbour.
Rev. S. I.. Desha and Kdwmil Kekoa
returned Wcdnesdaj from the convention
of ministers held oil Kauai last week.
V. S. Dodge representing the bishop
1'tstntc has been ill Hilo and vicinity oil
business conutCUd with their interests.
Another minstrel performance will be
given tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock by I
the Hawaiian Dramatic Club at Spreckels
Judge Little and Miss Hlsa Gtiibb were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hitchcock
or seveial days at l'ohakulo.i, 22 miles
Mr. and Mrs. I'. S. Scales, who have been
visiting in Hilo and vicinity for the past
ten days, returned this morning to l'n
linla, MissWilhciuena Weight, who has been
attending Kamehameha School for Girls
in Honolulu returned to Oiiomea on the
Miss Kate Saddler relumed Wednes
day for her summer vacation, after at
tending Kameluuneha School for Girls,
Albert and Charles II. I.ymiitl return
fiom Kntiichntin.hu School, Honolulu,
the former having graduated from the 1
The Klks Club announce an informal
dance to lie given loiuoi row evening at
the Klks Hull to mi tubers ' their wives
Rev-" Mi. Unpgood will occupy the
ntilptl nl Huili Church 011 Sunday even
iug. Mr. Hopgnod is a popular and
The S. S. Iinterprisc .iils from San
1''.miicscooii the published tchcdiilcjune
i.jtli. iiistinil of today as erroneously
stated in the Herald.
Owing to having bteu (puir.iutined nt
Kor,e, the I'ncific Mail liner "Kor'a"
will not call at Honolulu on its return
trip to Sail l-rai ch.co.
The St. Joseph School for girls held
their commencement exercises, yesterday
afternoon. A large number of parents
and friends weie present.
The Hilo post office has received a
supply of St. Louis Imposition stamps.
Thereare five varieties, the denominations
being two, three, five and ten cents.
Owing to a severe cold H. I). H.ildwiu
was unable lo go to Honolulu last week,
and leaves this morning for Honolulu as
11 witness in the Hrown-Sprcckels land
The I'alm Ucituurnul 011 l-'ront Street
is being remodeled and will be reopened
about the 2istuisi. by Charles Slliuimnoto,
the well-known chef of the Corner Res
taurant. A large Stales mail was received by the
local post office Sunday morning nt 2
o'clock by the Maui, "being 44 bags
brought to Honolulu by the Doric and
John Riley, "Doc" Jones ami J.
O'Rourke return from llle Honolulu,
well satisfied with the result of the nth
of June races and the pgyptian Princess'
W llle C. Westerfelt, after taking
special course at O.ihti College, has com
pleted his studies there and returns
to Ins nlace ns bookkeeper in tlie l-.nler-
White Horse Gellar
0. oid Label and
tire :i few of our choice
C.'tll us up, j)houe 23, uud
we will tell you more
visitor I uiiiHliiy. k turning 10 .uan.iKona ,-.,," v Mme Julv Isti oUlcrw)sc llle
t lis morning. I 1,000 appropriation will lapse.
The Clu!- Club tlitets S.ilurilay even- He has selected 1. II. McStocker chair
ing lit iheMiomc of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. mm. mid II. J. I.vniau and M. I'orter
II. W. Hitchcock. members of the Olan mid l'lina Road
1 ii.... . I t... ,t... ti:t ti...i i... i.nn ..1
Siiil. Ilnlloo.i.v Looks Oter IJnmiiil
mill Makes Appointments.
he looked ovir the proposed site for the
I Hilo Jnll on thf Kaumaiia rornl above
I town, mill Intel in the evening niel the
! Hoard ol 'I'rnile concerning this mill other
1 matters Me says the appropriation of
1 f 16,000 in iiiMidicicul for the construction
ol a jail l this location, He estimates
1 the cost on the proposed site to he $75.-
tx on the scale outlined by Sheriff An
jdrcus, and recommends the utilization of
the present appropriation in the coir
-.L. '., 'l ' '...!.! I. II .-...
i !""" " s"'" niiiim jnu jiuiiiL-in ;
U Si "t lis proe.il location. ... .
As to filling in the Park, the bids re-1
rnitini unfit triititi 1 1 1 lit iMiiirMiv mil mini -
cousidetiiii' the tiroximitv of material
which can be taken from the beach. He
therefore proposes lore-advertise forbids,
to be filed with his office on or before
1 ...!. Tl .., . ...Ill 1... 1 1....
lllll'MIl. 1 IIC llfllllillL Will HU IVl till'
IUI.11,1. 1111 IIIU llllll lll'.llll, I1U 11.11.11
. ,,,,., ,,. T. ,,,.., e1lll:rlllall.
and Gi o. Ross of Hnkalnii. l'or the third
meiuber he was undecided as between 1'.
llrttuhelli, V.. X Holmes and the reap
poititmeut of Sheriff Andrews. The
Slieriu saiil he iliil not care to seek more
trouble than lie meets in. the routine dti
I ties of his office, and it is probable he
1 will not be chosen.
1 The Hilo I'ree Kindergarten in charge
I of Miss Dorothy Sumner gave a pleasing
! entertainment csterilay morning, which
was well attended by parents ami friends
Sunt, of the l'ublic Works Holloway
and Road Engineer Gere arrived Mon
day night from the Volcano house,
having made a lour through Kona and
Kaufrotu Kawai.ihae. Supt. II olio way
leaves to-day for Honolulu.
The nineteenth annual entertainment
of St. Mary's School will be given this
afternoon beginning at a o'clock. All
parents ami friends of the school are
cordially invited to attend the splendid
program of exercises to be given.
The tennis tournament is rapidly
Hearing a Close and weather permitting
tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock the
finals of the gentlemen's singles will be
played between Melloraud Hapal. This
promises to be a very exciting game.
Tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock the
Hilo Agricultural Society holds a special
meetinir nt the office of Charles Purnentix
for the purpose of discussing the banana
industry. AH, members and friends in
teresled 111 the subject invited lo attend.
The K.istcrn Star give an entertainment
this evening in their lodge rooms, to
which 11 limited number ol guests have
' been invited. The play will begin
promptly at eight o'clock and later
! dancing" will occupy the attention of
those so inclined.
. Word has been received in Hilo of the
' safe arrival at Papeete, Tahaiti of the
Vuoht"I,nrliue," with H. II. Sinclair
I and party aboaid. The Siuclairs report
' a oleVsant trip but assert that the beau
ties of Hilo discount the-tharms of that
South Pacific laud, f
l'ive separate, indictments against
former Land Commissioner Itoyd and
three indictments against Clerk Stephen
Mahaula hive been returned by the
Honolulu grand jury, aggregating' $t8,
887.49 and covering a period from Au
gust, 1901 to November ol last year.
A large excursion party of teachers
from Honolulu to the Volcano House
will orrive by the Kinau next week.
Already thirty have booked, and as the
excursion tickets (ire good for sixteen
days, a large crowd is expected at Man
ager Bidgood's comfortable hostelry.
Mr. I. Rosenberg ' proprietor of the
Globe Clothing Co. Honolulu arrived by
the Kinau Wednesday for an extended
visit on iic-count of ill henth. His
brother, in charge of the braucli store lo
cated here, may return to Honolulu to
to take his place temporarily in the
Radium, the recently discovered cure
for cancer and certaiu'skiu diseases has
been broughtto Hawaii by Dr, R. II.
Diuegiir of l'uuucuc. Mam. An ounce of
I radium costs 512,800 and Dr. Dinegar's
' importation costs him 400, arriving in
! ten tin glass tubes, containing one mid
one-half grains each.
A wireless message announces the
a j reappointment of Judge Hardy 011 Kauai,
ami tlie selection ollolm Albert Matthew-
' man as Judge of the 3rd Circuital Kailua
succeeding judge i'.dmgs. 1 lie new
liersoiiucl of the Supreme Court is Chief 1
I jut-tice Prear, Justices A. S. Hartwell
! and' P. M. Hatch, all of Honolulu, I
' With the approach of the expiration of
nre others in Honolulu quite as willing
tlt ILIIII UI Ulllkk "I 4 vitlliuoivi vyilL tllWIb
and clatiioious to serve their country
upon the $3,300 per annum. Resides the
present incumbent Jos, M. Oat, who
seeks reappointment, there are Louis T.
Kemike and C. L- Crabbe aspirants for
the place. All the parties are well known
When seen by a Tkiiicnk represent- j
ntive, W. II. Heers denies the statement j
in the Herald, which intimated he would j
likely resign. Neither he nor Mr, Ray
propose to withdraw from the good I
uniiired rivalry for honors in the precinct I
club. Ifelected, Mr. Heeis sajs lie will
work for party harmony untl to strength
en the club organization, and Mr, Ray
can be relied upon to do the same. ,
A good fresh milch cow for sale. Mc
j Tnggary j
' Wall, Nichols Co. will give you' new I
Victor Records for old ones, " 27-tf
Por Rent Cottage of seven rooms with 1
bath, 011 School street. Inquire 011 prem
ises. Mrs. II. Porter.
Che ip for Cash A Kingsbury pinun,
in good condition, and furniture and u
horn: and brake mid harness, Apply to
R. K. liaptisle.
Puns in this Stomach, like tooth
ache, nre not dangerous, but decidedly
uupleasinl. Persons who nre subject to
such nttaeks will he pleased to know that
prompt teliel may be hud by taking a
doe or two of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Por
Iwleljy the Hilo Drujj Cu.
Ail lliiu.tllitu II lie k Kilter Attempts
Mil III IT.
About dusk Tuesday evening the
neighborhood of Wiiiliiitia, ileal Hack
fehi's lumber yiiid was startled by the
report of three' pistol .shots find in ipuek
succession. Seicnms enuie fiotn one of
the collides belonging to Din Kaiheliui,
mid w hen the police nrrhctl Ihry found
the wife of Mike I.ehtliimii, a Hawaiian
hack driver, lying in a pool of blood in a
semi-conscious condition The woman
stated her husband had shot her, mid in
the meantime I.ehtiamii delivered him
self up to Sheriff Andrews at the I'olicc
Station. Capt Rowland itnmediatiU took
the woman to the hospital, whete mi
I"" "... ..''.
cxanillinilou prow-u linn only two 01 uie
shots fired h,l taken eflect The tcvoUcr
,( w.-,s a 32 calibre, one bullet striking
leeti into the shoulder ami the third
piercing the wont ill's abdomen, passing
thiotigh the body and finding lodgement
in the hack near the spine. The ball
was easily located, mid will be removed.
If blood poisoning does not set in, it is
believed the woman's life may be saved.
The would be murderer is well known
abonfthe Volcano Stables where he has
been a trusted hnrk drivir for years. It
is alleged he has been jealous of the
attentions of other men to his wife, and
this together with being under the In
fluence of liquor is attributed as the
cause of the deed Otherwise "Mike" as
he is familiarly called, has been 11 peace
able, law-abiding lellow. He was
taken belore Judge Hapal on Wednesday
morning and held in custody pending
the outcome of his wife's injuries. After
sobering up, he seemed solicitous of his
wife's welfare and inquired whether she
was still alive. She was rvstiui; quietly
at last accounts.
I'nreuell to Mrs. Keld.
The past week has witnessed a round
of farewell parties to Mrs. Ileriiicc I UN
stead Reid, who leaves this morning for
Honolulu after several week's visit with
friends in Hilo and vicinity Besides
teas and 1uiic1iliiis nml dinners which
have been showered upon her, on last
Tuesday night the Misses Richardson
gave n 'delightful cinch party in her
honor. Appropriate prizes were given to
the winners, Miss Ktta Loebctisteiu and
George Day. Wednesday evening the
German bachelors gave a dancing party
nt their quarters in Riverside Park which
was formerly Mrs. Rcid's home. A
Hawaiian sextette furnished music for
the occasion, and society reveled in the
waltz and two step over the smoothly
polished floors of the spacious parlors.
Mrs. Reid ami daughter leave this morn
ing for Honolulu, aflera most enjoyable
J. T. Moir and wife, H. II. Gehr, J. R.
Hauiakers, K. Hurlm.in, Miss M. 15. Patv,
Miss" 15. W.Pat v. Miss W. Weight, Rev.
Inoue, Rev. I'. Ynjim.i, I. Rosenberg,
Rev. S. L. Desha, W. C. Westervelt, H,
A. Knell. P. P.. Kubo. C. II. Lyman, 15.
Campbell, Miss K. Sadler, J. O'Rourke,
C. Hurlingame, II. Jones, J. Riley, Capt.
Petter. Lieut. I.udlolT, Lieut. Heers, S. C.
K. C. Kennedy' J. M. Koahou, G. Kekoa,
P. W. Keliihoa, 1). Aukai, H. A. Nawalii,
John Kaauia, . X. Hartwood, A. W.
Moore, Capt. Geo. Iliicktin and Co. D,
X. G. II.
John T. Hakcr, Miss L. Leiiiiuoti, L.
Daingerfield, Miss Daingerfield. J.. W.
Asch, II. Rosenberg, Mrs, llrcnhaiu and
sou, Miss Williams, Mrs. W. H. Heers.
A. Hannebcrg. C. Atioi, wife and son.
'Miss Ploience Hill, Mrs. L. Severance,
Chas. W. Halilwin, 15. I). Haldwin and
son, Dr. Kniitz, P. S. Dodge, Miss
Coolidgc. Miss Premey, J. Kenton, Mrs.
R. H. Reid, A. W. Moore. R. S. Hostner.
J. W. Pratt, MissSlankard.MissMilchell,
C. S. Holloway, Mrs. Cockburu, Samuel
P. Woods, Will. Chung Hoou,aiii? Master
On Kamehameha Day, the only game
of sports was a run-away game cif base
ball between Reamers Specials mid Moo
heaus nt Hrughclli Park, the score being
27 to 7 in favor of Reamer's men. On
Sunday Rainbow Palls crossed bats for
the' first time with Onomeas, suffering
defeat witli a score of 4 lo 9. The Hilo
Railroad walked all over the Waiakea
Social Club in a game later in the after
noon, the score being 4 to o in favor of
the railroad men, and not 4 to 6 as er
roneously stated in the Herald.
One of the pleasant surprises given at
:i luau Wednesday night at tilt, home of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Akau', Puueo, was
the announcement of the engagement of
Miss Kmelia Aknu and 15. II. Austin.
Miss Akau is n charming Hawaiian belle,
and Mr. Austin is the well known man
ager of W. C. Peacock & Co. in Hilo.
The nuptials of the couple will take
I place some time in August.
I -v w -
Miss Amy Hill will be the valedictorian
of her class nt the graduating exercises
at Oalui college to be held tomorrow
evening. Miss Ploreuce Hill goes to
Honolulu today to be present nt the
I want to
rent my Puueo residence
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
1 11 It rest I iik I.M'ri-lsr-H lo hi Held In
Various Schools Today.
The closilig exefcif-es of the various
public schools have been so arranged to
enable lnreuls tolitleuil the various tic-p-irtmtiits.
AM the primary grades in
Hilo mid vicinity, in charge of Miss
Deyo, will be held this morning nt the
respective schools. All .pireuts nnd
friends are invitiil lo attend the class
room work to be given ii the primary
depatlmcuts between 9 mid 10 o'clock,
which will be followed nl 10:30 o'clocl.
by exercises in each of the schools.
The morning hour nl I'uioii School
between 9 o'clock nnd noon will be de
voted to class room work, to which
parents nre cordially invited mid Hie
closilig exercises will begin promptly nt
tayo today. The childrui have been
rehearsing the various parts which they
ore lo take, and a very elaborate program
has been arranged for this afternoon.
PHIMtKAM MAIN .SCHOOL.
Composition "Pood and Drink
Song "Johnny Sands"
Recitation "The Human Clock"
Pive Little Gitls
Song "The Rose's Secrets"
Dialogue "The Magic Goose"
.,., ("The Cuckoo" )
hoi'KS (.ipaiiinf. Asleep" )"
Concert Jxecitation "The Wise Pairy"
Recitation "Tlie Stolen Nestlings"..
Song "The Merry Hrown Thrush"..
Recitation "Tlie Huilding of the Ship"
Song "The Choristers"
Court Scene from "Merchant of Ven
ice" Ninth Grade
(Introduction by Katnhihi Piliwntc)
Picnic to Putin.
Pully one hundred and sevcnly-five
grown folks nnd children enjoyed the
Sabbath School picnic of the Pirst
Poicign Church last Saturday. The day
was as beautiful as the resort selected for
the picnic, and no fairer place than Puna
could have been chosen for an nutnig.
Three coaches of the Hilo Railroad were
utilized, arriving at Kopolio about 10
'o'clock, mid the young ami old alike
found recreation and comfort at Green '
Lake or the warm springs. There were .j
no accident lo mar the pleasure mid the I
crowd returned on the evening train tired
and happy. Henry J. Lyman was
custodian of the lunch baskets and by
his hospitality added much to the enjoy
ment of the day.
Advertised Letters, .lime 11.
Hetison, Alfred A.
Kahawai, G. W. I
Kalaualii, Win. 'j.
Miller, Manford. "
W. I. MADI5IRA, P. M.
i:ciirsloii r.xtriiorillnnry. j
A large crowd is taking advantage of
the excursion front Hilo lo the Volcano
House, sjuly sd to sth. Lunu, dancing
and fireworks. Total expense, 12.50.
Secure accommodations early. Tickets
at Volcano Stables and Transportation
TRENT & CO.
AGENTS AND BROKERS i
The property of
' Will be sold at Public Auction, beginning
nt :o:oo 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 Oroceiies, Merchandise, l'uinituii:
nml Pivtuies belonging to the said bank
rupt will be disposed of al that time,
I'.y onler of
3?.j Trustee in Raukruptcy.
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THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE,STOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
P. O. BOX 348.
For the Spring and Summer of
L. Turner Co.
t ? ft' i 5.
PAY FOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S TIII5 CLASS OP WORK
PRONT ST., Of. SPRI5CKI5L'S HI.OCK
Doesn't your old tunchiiie run hard? If
it does see Moses K: Raymond about it.
Lost. On May 12th between Pirst
Poreigu Church mid Spreckels' Hlock or
on Government road to Wniiuiku, 11 small
oxidised silver watch with carved back,
$5.00 Keu.mil. Kilurn to TRIIUJNH
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Do You Play Tennis?
Ui si ml tennis goods bv U15-
() I l KiS hi I". l.MI'.K
J Satisfaction (Winn
y PIM RACKETS, -
jikin .yii;.mp;k when or-
WRIGHT & DITSON.SG. OO
SPAULDING, . . S3. CO
No. 2 SI'AULDING, SI. DO
Presh W. it I). Tennis Halls re
A very refined ami stylish shoe for dress
occasions, parties mid balls.
EC01HIC SHOE-CO., HILO
Koa Lumber in small nnd largeiquantl
ties', well seasoned. '
l'uriiuurc matle to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 011 nny kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply to JOSH O. S15RRAO.
Hilo ICIectric Light Co.'s checks, 011
Pirst Hank of Hilo, Ltd., as follows:
Check No. 763, Nov, 15, 1902, favor of 1).
Kaiuai, $2.70 and check No. 38.1, May 15,
I93 l"'ivor of D. Kaiuai PMate, J2.70.
Payment on same stopped.
N. C. WILLPONO,
Treas. Hilo Pleclric Light Co., Ltd.
Hilo, June y, lyiq. 32-3