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THR WUKKLY HILO TRIllUNK, 11II.O, HAWAII, I'KIDAY, JUN'U 2., tg.
l)c fililo (frvtlnmc.
I'KIDAY, - JUNK
Huteud nt the Postnnico at
wall, ns second-class matter
I'lllll.tHIUlll HVIMV PKUlAV.
J. Casti.u RidhwaV
1). W. Makiii
A CrrilltiiMi Knlorlnlniuenl llhoii
In TmpIii'M mill Pupils.
The lecture room of the Union School
could not have held a larger crowd on
I'rlday afternoon, which gathered lo
witness the closing exercises of the various
departments under charge of Miss
oephine Do yo 111111 ir. tyrn miiiui
FILLING HILO PARK.
INCOME TAX NOTICE.
All persons of law ful age whose Income
Is ffamor more, 11 l-o nil guardians, trus-
ProiM.sals will he received nl llie office I "' l" administrators recc vrm
of the Superintendent of l'nhllc Work.' n",, "ll,er "J1,1'1' M,", n'M "U ",
until 12 o'clock tu. of June 37, 1904, for corporation ..re required by law to make
nilliiK Ifllo Iik lit llilo, Hawaii, T,i.lwnitcmriiiliirliiBll- month of juh
The approximate nmon.it of material j ,wxl "' UK,r mvnme ",r uw "-e"'"'K
tutu )ri. I rut I . IJ ( itii trt In tn n 1I1 fit
IMilor lnc V'lingsicrs nun onier pupiis nave 1 required ts 1.1,000 ciililr yards. The inn J ' "" "" " '
liccn In uretKiriitlun lor llie linnl day for 1 ,.,1,1 r, n n, mi .., ,i. ,.. . I the Tux Awwir of the District in which
THE PASSING 01' SMITH.
Iluslness Manager. I some weeks past, and the entertainment . f , . , . '. . . i I such person re tides, or where such cor-
prmnted Friday uflernoo.i reflected lo 7tof, ,BI, M,Un,,V ? ' ? . iniril Ion is locilid or does busimss
great credit on the painstaking work of perishable matter, the lop Mx inches to ', , ' . , ' ,m,,m"
01' SMITH. teachers and the honest effort of the be of loam free from vegetable matter. I 1,,n,,k'' r"""'ied "" "PplinUiou ill nil
scholars who look Dart. The Riverside 1 1,,. -i. , ..i ...i i'n 1 .
school and the nrunarv uraile was Ium, ...
The Truujnk must aimlotfixe to eluded in the program, which vns both a ,0(r "", "otK "'le ncpartmeuioi mime ,
iic r,.d..rt f.ir ii r.iilnr.. in idirmi. surprise and a treat to the parents and Works.
Us readers lor Its l.ulure to thron- frleml, prewlU The songs and choruses ' Any Information regarding this work I
irli? Irmt week either the nrriv.tl nr i uere above the uveruifc anil the club riiul ...m . r....ii..i .. 1 1 i
le)nrHireorVnHcrOuffnrd Smith, Sinl7"iW '0ef' either nt the office of Assistant Super!,..
who ninile a hurried lti to the vol- uhysical culture. Mabel Akamu read a
1.1 ...! . . ..t- ........
enno td he immune from leg.1 sum. ffi of whteh rd"
motis ill Hotiolulti. The passing The human clock was a clever bit of
,, ... ,. ... . . 1 realism, in which the younger children
nl n S111UI1 otdinnrily is not such n ,ook the place of hands of the dial,
motnemus event as lo attract atteil- The trial scene from the "Merchant of
. , ., . , ,. .... . Venice" was the closing feature of the
timi hut this portictilnr Smith was . The MO0i, was eiven by
the luguhrious editor of the llono- Kalahihl l'iliwate, describiiiK the events
tendentof Public Works or G. Il.Oete,
Kosd Hugiueer, Hilo, Hawaii.
Pioposals wi'l be per cubic yard fill
measured In the fill, tst, for material
other than loam per cubic yard, and,
loam per cubic yard.
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
of the piny leading up to the critical ( the Assistant Superintendent of Public
moment wiien hiiyiocu iiemiiiius mis Works, and liv H. H. Hichaids, Uilo,
difficulties of stajte setting the scene was
lulu Advertiser, seeking safety
irom justice ami recuri-rauou lor poun, 01 imii.-- .oiMiiemiK "H nwaii, d enclosed In a sealed envelope
. ... ... . . ilniriiiliid iirt.i(rr tftffiitr lit fipHiif una I '
his fagged brain. He brought his remntki,lvwellpreseuled. ThecostiiiiielilresHeil to Hon C.S. Holloway, Super-
editorial hauuner Willi him, as a were of the period and the lines render d lutendent of Public Works, Honolulu, T.
vnrhn... iiwl wi.ll ivwbl 1 intorvinw wiluolU a l)rcn,k to "lllr lhe r-sliiK H.. endorsed "Proposals for filling Hilo
verbose mid well utUUU inleriew cflcct Kathcrine Wesiervelt took the ,, . ' s
with himself in Sundav'.s nictorial leadine role of Portia with an ease and , . .,
edition of the
grace seldom seen off the professional ' Kd proposal must contain the full
llie Advertiser attests. slHRe John Mnby uiadeagooIShyli)ck, name of the party or parties making the1, uquid August 1
like his paper often dc- the lelcnllessjcw. Antonio, the Win- w,c and nil person interested therein, becoming dellnc:
N. C. WIM.PO.Nr.,
Tax Assessor Thitd Division.
A. J. CAMl'liKM,,
Wnl ci NolhMi.
In accordance with Section 1 of Chap
ter xxvi of the laws of 1.SS6:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paing water rates are hereby noti
fied that the water rites for the term end
ing June 30, 1904, to December 31, ly4,
will be ilue and (livable nt the office of
the llilo Water Works on the Ml day o f
All such rales remaining unpniil u
fifteen d ly.s after they arc due will be
subject lo an additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rates rctuiiii
5, 190J (thirty days alter
,. , "... r....i. 1.1 ii" !.. .1... -""- r.....-. .......i.. 1, .... ,..- iiccoiiuiii' iieniHiueiiii, lire 11 line in us-
.... .. 11. in iiipti'ii tin u'liu iiiiiiik iiiinm-ii m 1111- ... .. .-.
parts Froiil the high moral plane ol uln,ic,Mt nredicament of having to d must lie accompanied by a certil.ed pension without further notice.
truth to revel ill the lower levels of yield up his life, was well carried out by check of 5 of the amount of the pio- Rntes are payable at the office of lhe
paperdoin is know
the public" and no
the art better than Walter duff. clerk and Hannah Akamu ns Narissn
, . , were resoectivelv ideasing in their parts
lie relates such lime-worn an- Alto,,el.r it wn; ,,eof the most iulerest-
ecdotes as a hnr.se tullttiir down in inu school enlcrtat
.. .. , . in llilo mid is an ev
11110 s sireets 10 -pur useii 10 Uet u.ere lies hi.ld
that he never saw a be discovered only by serious study and
Tin it tio v Ueorgc W llllong. Alax 1 nicy mid llnrry posil, payalile to C. S. Hollowify, Super- Water Works,
uis ue..s- nn,M,ttcre commendable as llassanioaud ntcll,ient of Public Works, as surety that w. VANATT .
11 ! "mttflltitr Oraciano. Gloria Mieuel incourlcostume .,.. . . . . . . . 4i 1.1,
. , ? made a clinriuinp Duke, before whom llie"1 proposal ie accepted n coutrnci , Superintendent llilo Water Works
one lias learned triiU wns eMncleli, and Anna I.ucas as the ' will be entered Into. nilo. June ,o. iooj. w t
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by lhe
NoTlCK Neither the Masters nor
Hawaiian in Hilo doing anything
except falling off a house top. He
berates the lack of hotel accoin-
Courl House Changes.
Iluliri l.4rsntis. wllf 11 mfll livnTmill'VK
modations in Hilo and complainsof representative, suited that he understood
the service of the local cafe. He the Vom-g Men's Kepublican Club were
d.ssttistird with h.sappoiiuuieut ot A. S.
finds lault because Hilo has no I.eI5aron Guruey as clerk of the Circuit
meoltliemoslluieresl- A:,l,.llSm.l.,,llln1,.fMi.fc., Agent of vessels of the 'Watson Line"
.intents ever presented "sisiniu&upcriuu.udenioi 1 none works h responsible for nuv debts eon-
videncc of what latent t nnd delivered at the office of the Super- ,rae,ca j)y lle crcw K r, OUAUD
ddeii in our midst to inteudent of. Public Works previous to 12 Agent. ... .
llilo, April 16, 1901. .4-
TRENT & CO.
o'clock in. on the day specified.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, June 20, 1904. 34-1
ALEAMAI ABUTMENT AND
BRIDGE, S. HILO.
lid uses a telephone Court, to succeed Daniel Porter, resigned.'
1 He rcL'relteil tuts f.ici ver much as be
.system which operates will, a bell, was disposed to be fneudlv with that or-1
T-Tp likptt.. tln tipnnlp in KiilipsiiiK ganivUion, but regarded the clerkship ns ,
He likens tin. ptople to J.pliesians j , nl,,)oilftmeIlt( in wllicll poli. Proposals will be received at the office
and to tlie (iwaris Wliere Kip van tics should not be allowed to enter. He of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Winkle went ,0 sleep. The only ' i ' util of W, '. W. for ,
true siatements made are that Hilo's selection of a successor, sought to secure constructing n concrete abutiucnt, a 50 I
. , ,. . , ., n man of experience ami atta.uuicnts, wooden bridge, and removing present '
inhabitants have undeservedly earn- wh,ch Mr. C.urney possessed. At the' structure nt Alen.uai. South Hilo, Ha-.
ed the reputation of "kickers" and present tune, he does not contemplate ; T ,, I
that there are no mosquitos 111 our ,,,,7 tile oniie and will retain the
lipniitiful burp. present appointees. He desired to make
AGENTS AND BROKERS
Plans and specifications arc 011 file at Koa Lumber in small and large qitanll-
tnaftS.B mltft.lftrti iftt tltdm llltlirdtd ls l.mi
... . ti 1 wifiiiu ittivmuu 11 in lii- J iiikc LiidiiiUEia
He strikes the silver lining from , ....:. ,. ...i. ., !..ri. r)tll wSm,;,, the
the office of the Assistant Sirpcriutcude.it
of Public Works, Honolulu, ami with K. '
K. Richards, Agent Department of Public '
Works. Hilo. Hnwntl. conies of whirli t
will be furnished intending bidders on
receipt of 5.00, whidi sum will be re
turned intending bidder after he has de
posited his bid and returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted 011 the , kTfHsHsmi
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public !
the cloud, however, bv facetiously Court House, but inasmuch ns there were
..A ril.i.l. ..iillnl.lrt f.. ftltln lft..rtk l.n.I
. . ,. .. , iiu luinir ttvuiiuinc iui iiii iuiiij'Vt iiuii
remarkiiig that the mosquito must abandoned the idea. The juries, there-
have been asleep, but candor com- fore, will continue as in the past to trudge
,. . , ., in the ram and mud across the courtyard
pells us to record that there was ail(i s.rect to Fireman's Hnll, which here-
such rapidity in IMitor Smith's tofore has been utilized for jury purposes.
, , r The Judge took his oath of office on last
movements to escape the wrath of Friday having received a cable couimis-
an athletic and vengeful none, sion to that effect. He has already sev
... . . . ereu 111s euuneciiuu wuu oiuuii x rar-1 , ... . , . I
that even the caterer and mosquito sons aw w;u during the following week, Works and enclosed in n sealed envelope
had not time to present their bills. moe into the Judge's present quarters, mddrcssed to HouC. b. Holloway, Super
We fain would hide our shame ' ' iutcnilent of public Works, Honolulu, T.
nnd mortficatiou in the ruthless ex-. Vr'"' T,'"h W- I "v T T7u 1 , """'i"
iwstuc of our simnle life and in the ' " 1'ri'layafternoon, thesem-finals I f l ' fn'1 W0,lc" "".Igent Aleamai,
postire 01 our simple llie, ana inine f lne gentlemen's doubles were plajed,(S. Hilo, Hnwaii."
first blush of our-afiliction and till- 'the lUlding boys winning against Vicars Kach proposal must contain the full
der the stupefying sense that follows "J El.llfellals in the' eentle! ' "a,"e f Uu: party "r I'ardes making the
a yreat blow, we cannot annraise. men's sim-les took nlace. between C. ,.v , same ami an persons interested uierein.
tie,s; well seasoned.
Purnilurc made to order, any Hyle
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol
! luruiuirc. rrices inoiieruic.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply to I0SK O. SKRRAO.
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II .. . . 1 s . vv T . . . .. 1 nlnl Httiflt hu nnilAikin titliiil It, n
.. . ...1 .1 1.1 in.. .i. j (.' or ana iteorue iinnai. iiie laiior .m nmm e m,i.uiii wmm " u
:is arriiriiiuiv :ls vtf .simiiiii iiki?. iiii . - . . ' . . - .
......... j ... ..... ..... ....Wf . ..
misfortune that has befallen us.
In a dim and groping way we rea
winning nfter a hard contest which was check of 5 , of the amount of the pro-
orks, ns surely
IS. continued until Monday afternoon, owing . K)SJ, payable to C. S. II
,., to the rain. The best playing ever seen . . , . Ml ... ...
ll- upon the local court was the test of skill mtendent of Public Wo
i.e we have lost a pudding in our betwten these two players. At one time that if the proposal be accepted a contract
ifulectof KditorChin" but we are too d;e result was 111 doubt, and Mellor had will be entered into.
n.j, ccto .d.torut ill. hut we are too ,lisopi nentnlmosl 1)eat bj,t aai .o , w, je , (,
wi etched lo remember whether it steadied down and carried off honors . '.. ... , .,,,..
u-n ,.Ip nf nlnm or sup! wil1' a "cort-' 6 l 6-r, and 7-S- He ' ,na,k " lhe ,,,'.,nUs f''shed by the
was made ol plums or suet. was declared the winner of the handsome Assistant Superintendent of ,1'ublic
Historical verity prompts US to "Driver" racket presented by Woods & Works aud delivered at the office of the
correct the illustrious wielder of S,!lo3.' 0f0hilu. Superintendent of Public Works previous
.v.mv.i ui The finals in the gentlemen's doubles, ' ,, , ... .i ,
the quill in his misconception of playing the best thtcc out of five bL.tSl ' tou o clock 111. on the day specified.
iiu- solitude of I'nhesus lo whirl. wil' ,,e urBlit to a close Saturday after- The Superintendent reserves the right
Hit solitude 01 L,piieuus, to w inch no011i when ,Ilipa, aml Ma(,einj will face ) to rejecl anv or all bj(ls
he compares the peaceful quiet of the Haldings. The game is called for 3 ' o if ijqj j OWAY
Hilo's thoroughfares. A better tois expected. ! Superintendent of Public Works.
study of mythology and ancient , , , Honolulu, June 20, 1904. 31-2
history would have convinced this Nominated New Ollleers.
literary adventurer that the history .. lhe .., of the IlrePillct clull ..
of Kpljcstis consists of a long seties 1'ireuien's Hall, last week, everything 1
oriilnndv :triiinTl.s !n ivliinb nn ns harmonious and lovely among the '
Ol Dloodv struggles in wllicll no Rt.pUi,icims. Nomiuatioui of officers to
editor took part. Guffard's exit be oted upon at the meeting at the same
fuini Hip ihrp'iii-iiiniT ePPtiixs in l'li'ce tonight, were made as follows: l'or
Horn llie llirealcnitig scents in presi,ienl, I. K. Ray and W. H. Beers;
which he found himself ill Hilo first vice president, Chas. Akau and Rev.
u-is, livino Ipssmi nt th'it nrltirp s- ' UeMia, nnd lor seconih vice presi-
was a living lesson ot tu.it adage (lenti ollly olie iamei lhat of Wn To(l(li
that "He who runs awav, may live was mentioned. George N. Day was
in fiirltt rmntltpr ilni- " 'u'lii.ii firo s,a,K(l for trL'a!,llrer. ad for secretary
to UglU another daj. lieu lirst llt.re promises t0 ,, a rivalry between
the news came to his anxious ears Rufus Lyman and Chas. Siemsen. l'or
ib-ii I iitb. ilir. I nstv u-ne Innl-imr executive committee, six nominations, I
tll.it Little llie Lust was looking Vi. T. M. Rowland. M. S. Pacheco. M.
T 1 " r
5 'S 4
t 2 I
- a mtmm an m
; i :r $ raw w
5 S J
it ? g go:
for his voluminous form and threat- Gouvea, Win. Nailimu, John Kai, nnd
ened lo lick any man of the sie of
Smith in Hilo, the erstwhile states-
ened ,0 lick any man of the sie of SWSS' FoV JndSTl I
primaries, II . T. Lake, Chas. Hitchcock,
I L? II.. !... III... IT..I..11I.. 1 11
man and commencement day o.ator ffro. jnto? were SSA, out ' of '
caught up his inkwell and pen and which three are to be elected.
Cannot Complete Pavilion.
The general committee on nrramre-
MlHiits for 1'nurlli of llilv itn.t lust Tiiu-
fall lioin a docile mule, spraining day nt the office of the Volcano Stables.
his ankle as well as his
.skurrk'd hence to the volcano, whet e
his unwonted excitement still
posscs-sedhiui and gave him a cruel
Veracity. "'"-" u w,,s ueuuuciy semen mat me
,UIII'IV,lWtl Vt lS. s.WBIVJ MIIIUII UVIUI C
Thus diith Halter l itill renew Ins tj,e I'ourth was Impracticable. Thededi
coirage unon his return to the safer f''11,0" of ,,,IL' .,l,'"r
k Pavilion will have to
In. tlt.lnvcd iinlfl 11 liilir ilntp. It to nlun
precincts of Honolulu and ill witly understood that the government may be
Viilivrtveto win the admiration prevailed upon to contribute f 1,000 from
the appropriation 011 park improvement
and plaudits of his generation. for the construction of a substantial pavib
ion. Supt. Holloway took with him the
, .7 ,- 7 .n " . 1 lloird of Trade sketch and will have de-
Rul.s-nibe for the -1 kiiiunk. hub- tttic-I drawings made from it, which can ,
j.gilpUon $'J.S " yuar, , he tist-d in estiinating the cost. j
SAN FRANCISCO PR'CES CUT
- Stock To Be Sacrificed
Goods at Your Own Prices
SALE NOW ON
The Globe Clothing Co.
HOOLULU PARK, HILO
rmlor llie Aus)ict'.s of the Volcano
vSl.ihles tH: Tninspurttitioii Co., Ltd.
ATURDAY, JULY 2nd
COrVIMENCINC AT 2:00 P. M.
P0N0HAWA3 vs. HOHEAU
HAWAIIAN BRED RACE
n POST KNTR1KS
I . POST KNTRIKS
i teu.nil will II I mini wwmiuecjmmej;
MONDAY, JULY 4th
HILO RAILROAD "lack diamonds
vEgsySii: UNION SPECIALS
GAMU TO III-: CAU.IJ) AT TU'IU.VI O'CLOCK NOON
HKTWICKN CHAMPION JAPWKSK ATIII.ICTI'S AI.I. TH1C
COMMENCE AT 1:30 P. M.
1. One nile Dash,
2. Three-Quarter Mile Dash,
.3. Half-Mile Dash,
1. Three-Eighths Alile Dash,
5. Pony Race, Horses H Hands
and Under, - $75
6. Japanese Relay Race (3 horses,
each ridden twice), Three Miles, $50
7. Cowboy Relay Race (3 horses,
each ridden twice), Three Miles, $75
8. Gentlemen's Riding Race, One-
Half Alile, Volcano Stables
Cup, ' $75
9. Japanese Running Race, One-
Half Mile, - - - - $75
1 0. Hawaiian Bred Horses, One
Half Hile, .... $75
TIvRMS: Time to enter, thrte to t-tuit, suit ihle pulses to
be KUeii to wuu. ere, but no second pnes. Untiles to be nude
on or before 6o o'clock v. M., PKIUAV, JI'I.V 1st; her.ilches
iiuiht be made before 6:00 oVIoi'l; I'. M.. SATHKIM V, Jl'I.Y 2d.
Hutrj fee, ten pel cent of puie. Nofldl rent to witiiuis.
All e.ilrii's to be ui.ide to
C. E. WRIGHT,
Minuter Volcano Stables tS: Ti.in-pci t.itlfiu Co , I,td.