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HILO TRIHUNKj. HILO,
HAWAII, TUKSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1904.
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OVER JAIL SITE.
In response to n proposal sub-
hereafter be prominently identified
uiittcdtohiui, Hakerp.greesto release w'ith Masonry.on the Islands.
1 ten acres of land nttlie Kaumana. site The officers instnlled to serve
I for $2500 or in exchange for the 1 Mani Lodge for the ensuing year
site at the corner
, These facts have been conveyed
Governor Carter and Superintendent Holloway do Not to the Superintendent of Public
., e: n mjA k,, u:i no 'orks )' the Hoard of Trade on
July 15, 1904. The land
tion is called the Turner le.ises.
Fight acres have been sublet to K.
Favor Kaumana Site, Recommended by Hilo Board
of Trade Plans Submitted For Sixty Rooms in New
Mr. I!, n. Clioppoll, Btawcu. Victoria,
senium lnTtiliti;rali,auil writer i
" I 1mo Ih-ciC.i iiurms for tlilrtyiflvo years,
ana l uko en-it iilcmiro In recording hit
vxiirrlcmi with Aer' S-iruiarllta ami
Mvr'f I'HH. I liavo uiwsl tlu''0 lucdlriiiM In
ilflh tent part nf tlio wurlil, nodi tot mjneir
mil mv tutlenH. I hao I111I crc.it micccus
Milli tiirin, rlfl ill)' I" -Jei if iitou
iirintratloii, impuro blood, tkiii illMUM,aml
U..U11I11,: lllnewi In Kcner.il. I uioit
lifirtllv recommend tli"0 medii'liir to an
tulli'ruin Imin any of tho utxii c-nauiod UH-tn-siluj;
loiupl ilnt .'
HiiTO aro miny Imitation SarsaiurllUs.
Ho uru Jim get "Acr .
Aycr'g 1'llh euro conitlpatiou. Sugar-ciuli-d,
mild, but t'ltecthc.
Vitfttti by Dr. J. C. Ajtr Co., Lowell. Mui.. U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Open ftoiti 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixki) and Fancy Dkinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
Matson Navigation Co.
The only Direct Line between San 1'rnn-
uisco mid Hilo, Comprising the
following l'nst Sailers
Theie was quite a tempest raised of fifteen years, and whatever is
in the Hoard of Trade meeting Fri- done with the loan money should
day night at Fiteinans' Hall by thejbe for substantial improvements
announcement that Governor Carter which will be standing' and slill
and .Superintendent of Public Works useful when the day arrives for the
Holloway had decided to expend payment of the debt."
the appropriation for Hilo's new j Already there has been considcr
jail on the present site instead of j able delay over submitting 6f the
where the Hoard of Trade recom- plans to tlie Hoard 01 1 ratie, as
mended. promised by Superintendent Hot-
When Governor Carter was here loway. Owing to the illness of
in February last, he promised Architect Traphagcn, who has been
among other things that the item 1 engaged to design the building,
of $16,000 in the loan bill, appro- the Department has been unable to
priated for a Hilo jail, would be ex- secure the sketclies as promptly as
pended as the people wanted and was desired. Secretary Vicrs of
called upon the Citizen's Commit
tee which icceived him to recom
mend a suitable site. Subsequently
when the Hilo Ho.ird of Trade was
the Hoard of Trade has been in
constant correspondence with the
government officials, urging early
action in the matter and has been
organized they were requested by 1 largely instrumental in bringing
Superintendent Holloway to select ' the proposition to a head,
a proper location for Hilo's new) The plans came up last week to
jail, and forward their lecommeii- Sheriff Andrews, together with a
datinus to him. This has been letter of transmittal, in which Sup-
done by the Executive Council ot erintentleui rionoway requested
the Hoard of Trade, which consists that they be turned over to the
of the substantial business men of Hoard of Trade for their considera
te community, and now they feel j tion. The letter was read at the
ihnt the recmest for their reeom- Hoard of Trade meeting Friday
Herniations was either not sincere or night and the closing paragraph, jOahu prison, the only objection to
tint the extcutive and officials have which intimates that the Governor which I found was the low built
no use for their opinions and Superintendent have practically ceilings.
The site recommended by the determined upon Hilo's jail site re
ICxecutive Council, who have given tgardlcss of the Hoard's wishes in
the matter much attention, is on the matter, is what is causing the
the Kaumana road one mile from agitation among Hilo's best citi
zens, who have the interests of the
burg at heart. The letter is as
Fuhr at a rental of $15 per acre, on
which Fuhr built a cottage, now
owned by a Portuguese named Jor
dan) -who is willing to sell at a nom
The lease runs for 4 years more
during which time the city would
receive the iucuue, besides the
rental from the cottage. Under
date of July 19th, Supt. Holloway
wrote, saying: "Hefore taking any
action in this matter, I will await
further information from you as to
whether satisfactory terms can be
made with John Haker." There is
no difficulty about the purchase of
this tract from Maker's thirty years
leasehold or the exchange for the
city lot. Inasmuch as the pur
chase ol laud would require
an act of the legislture, the Hoard
of Trade have recommended the
exchange of the present site for the
Sheriff Andrews, in response to
j a query as to his opinion ol the
plans and proposed site, replied:
"I am not prepared to say at this
time as to the advantages of ar
rangement and safety of the pro
posed jail. It is planned after the
of areas follows: Dr. R. II. Dinegar,
in Right Worshipful Master: Donald
F. Nicholson, Deputy Master, Antes
Scott, Subtitute Master, Judge A.
N. Kepoikai, Senior Warden; I),
II. Case, Junior Warden; W. L.
in que.s- Hocck, Secretary; W. T. Robinson, 1
Tteasurer; Chas. K. Copeland, Jtin-
ior Deacon; Max Fckart, Inner1
Guard; II. G. Scott, Tyler.
Friday evening n Itiau was given 1
in honor of the visiting brethren
and officers of the lodge by Judge
Kepoikai at the Fisheries at ICahu
The (.hemic il iiclion or the
nun oil the pimneut of the skin
in nkin to ncttml burning.
The residue it tun or Ireckles.
The (inly wny to net rid ol tint
is to Miiutllfitc the skill to
heiillhy activity mid thus expel
the discoloii'd pigment.
This ilntlity fiice crenin helps
to remove tan as nothing else
c.iii. Il soothes ami heals mid
Icetls the skin.
It should be jiart of every
outiui: outfit nlul should be kep'l
at home for use the ear 'round.
PRICE, 25 CENTS
HILO DRUG CO., Ltd.
L. SHAW, MAtfAOHtt
Department of IVblic Works
Honolulu, beplemuer 2b, 1904.
Hark ANNIE JOHNSON
Hark RODERICK DHU
Hark MARION CIIILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tint CHAS. COUNSELMAN
town, where is located an inex
haustible quarry suitable for build
ing stone and road material.
The property is government land,
although at present held by John .' . A,luewSi
T Haker in his Piihonua leasehold, Sheriff of Hawaii, Hilo. Hawaii.
e ... ... . . ., 1. ' Sik: I am enclosing under separate
a portion of which, it is stated, lie is covcr preljmjnury ,,Illls for ew two-
willinc to lelease for this purpose, story jail buildim: for Hilo. I believe
... . ., . , . 1 . ... that iinnle accommodations have been
The present jail is located in te,IIinile ,orau u,e prisoners which you are
very business center of the city, , likely to have at one time, as well as
J , , , ,. . . . . ... witnesses held under detention. The de
screened from public view y an iKU Qr tlie celU will In.-similar to those
unsightly board fence, painted a instnlled in the new jail building at
. , . , , 1 I Honolulu, which I understand you in-
roseate pink. It has always been lspecll.,i wllcll you wcre i,crc.
one ot the pnncipai sues 01 11110, wr. ir.ipmiKcu, 'lc",V".. "."V, ',""
.,,'..' , ... been engaged to design the Hlo jail, has
avoided by visitors and citizens esljliuitc(i tjitit the buildim; as shown in
, 'ilike The building is a wooden ' plan on his sketches will take up nit the
I ' , ., . .. . r available money under the loan appro
j structure built in the center ot a prjaU-on, iM case you have any sugges
i corner lot. surrounded by dwellings . tion to make, I should be pleased to hear
1 . . .11-' from you, and I would also ask that von
io.wi tin. lintne ot resneciaolc rest- 1....:. .1 1..... ... ,1... n;i o.r.i .,r
1 ,.. ... ,.w... . t -- j mimiiiii lilt; ffiuiia lu mi. iiiiu huhim j
.ie,..s , Trade as I promised to consider their
' .11 1 ideas in the matter of this building.
' Across the street is a cliurcn, and After miklm. the matter over with
around the comer is another. It is Governor Carter, he agrees with me turn could be quarried on the ground by
iivm.i.i,inr.b removed from Vol- tl' Present jail site should be ."se.Um -I S nml mi unlimited supply
'only one mock. remo(.n irom im this new building mid I am making plnns ' . ' '
,a,n.i ti, main tlioroni'hfiire accordiuuly. Further appropriations of crushed rock furnished for road
" ,' nM , will have to be made for new outbuild
ings, as kitchen, dining room anil ait
' ditionul ollicers quarters. I beg to remain.
VoiirA ri'MH'Ctfullv. I
C. S. HOLLOWAY, ; for transporting the crushed stone
Superintendent of Public Works. .,, fl(mes lQ a point HUo ,,,,,.,.
, The plans provide for a two story would dispense with a large ntitii
Ijailbuilding, contaiuingsixty rooms. 1 ber of drivers and carts employed
Of course this can be ob
viated readily enough. I am in
favor of a stone building for a jail,
with only one method of ingress
and egress. The chances of escape
are lessened. lam impressed with
the proposed location of the jail at
Kaumana, although lor conven
ience of locatiion to the police sta
tion tlie present site .would suit me
better personally. I am familiar
with the rocky formation of the
Kaumana tract, which as a per
manent quarry would provide con
tinuous labor within the Jail yard
for prisoners, thus avoiding the
passing of prison gangs through
the streets, to which objection has
been made. There is a loss of
twenty minutes each way or an
hour and twenty minutes every day
consumed by prisoners going out
side to work.
Aside from this saving in labor,
I am satisfied all of the building
material required for the new jail
W. K. Rowell brought some '
samples of dried bananas to the Ad-1
vertiser office last week. They
have much the same appearance as 1
dried figs and the taste is similar
but more delicate. Mr. 'Rowell
states that they were produced fiom
a bunch of ordinary Chinese ba
nanas bought in the open market.
He has tried other varieties but
found these the sweetest and best.
Thev dry away mote than other
kinds requiring six pounds of fresh
fruit to mnke one pound of dried
product. With the Maori banana
the ratio is three to one.
The bananas are peeled and split
in halves and then placed on frames
covered with wire netting. These 1
frames are placed in the sun and 1
taken in when it rains. It takes
about four days to dry the bananas' al the KICYSTONE, corner
when there is no rain. The bananas
must be ripe and are much belter I Front iU1(1 I'ouolinwai streets.
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Mr. Rowell has bceit drying the
fruit in small quantities for his own
use for years and says his mother j
did it before him. He is of the
opinion that if a dryer is used and 1
the fruit put up in attractive I
packages that a good market could
be created for the product. It
certainly is a toothsome dainty and 1
if the public was once introduced always on hand.
Draught Boor IO Conts
When yon need a drink call
I A first class line of
properly to it, it ought to sell like
hot cakes and beat the "California
Prune" habit all hollow. Adver
tiser. The Xext Lcllpsc.
According to Prof. Kiic Doolitllc
of the University of Michigan, the
next solar eclipse visible in the
United States will not occur until
June S, 1918; this can be seen along
a narrow strip of grond extending
Irom Oregon to observers in
Maine and Canada.
of travel through the town. The
quarters are much cramped at
present, and the adjacent property
'belongs to piivate individuals from
whom the government must .subse
quently purchase additional land,
in the event of enlargement.
purposes. There is nu available
water supply which can be utilized
for power to operate a crusher and
dud other Specially Chartered vessels
The Hoard of Trade took all There are provided an otlice, guard , by the Road Hoard, and I ( believe
these matters into consideration, in (rooms, examining room, 48 pri- save seventy-five per cent, in the
makinc their recommendations to I soners cells, 6 cells for witnesses present cost of repairs to roads.
lii.i:i : .with at least one of these t.1B Governor and to Suneriiiten-.ana two large ooume cens ior wo- 1 tie drainage is excellent ami ute
boats each month, carrying both Freight 1 eijt j jojjow It is understood, j men inmates. The dimensions of location removed from the Inisi-
nnil Passengers. .,....nr ti,.,t Simeriiiteiident Hoi- the building are 27 feet by 120 feet 1 ness part of the town."
For dates of sailing and terms, lioweer, tll.it Mipeniiuuiiuii nui .,..,, c . 1 ..
Call upon. ! loway is opposed to the proposed i length 111 the shape of a rectangle, -
110. 1). SprecllClS & Bros. Co, Kaumana jail site, giving as a rea-jwith a seven foot corridor running! MAUI MASONS.
l,ot 1 hi. nnnstrnct Oil O a StOlie toe IUII ICIIUIU. 1va1.11 wen m o 11.1:1 1
V..... ..- -w...... I . I . .. . . .. .
and I y 10 feet. The main entrance is A n i.oiige tirgniiiz.ni ill
Lamu Hack. This ailment is
usually caused by rheumatism of
the muscles and may be cured by
applying Chamberlain's Pain Halm
two or three times a day and rub
bing the parts vigorously at each
application. If this does not afford
relief, bind on a piece of flannel
slightly dampened with Pain Halm,
and dttick relief is almost sine to
follow. For sale by Hilo Drug '
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
BitiDr.it St. - Iln.o, II. I
5. 1 2.
327 Market St., San Francisco, jail is entirely too expensive
Ii. T. OUAHD, Agent,
in the center, with a double siair-
WnillilMl fnllt 01 A lrwIiTf
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He has way leading from the ground floor , Masons was installed here last
The I. irgesl Iuiporlers ol
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranges,
pples Lemniis, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
Sin 1'n.iieisco. California
swept over these islands in its
primeval formation, and extends
laterally and vertically to an un
known depth The pahoehoe sur
face of the land is not suitable for
agricultural purposes, and at pres
ent contains scant grazing. It is
easv of access to Hilo and can be
Commission Agents. constructed economically and
c.., ........ rnr 'cheaply. The Hoard of Trade feel
( that they were following in the
I line with Governor Carter's advice
'when he visited Hilo. He said at
WM. 6. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
;ilional Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sous' Sugar Lane that lime: "This loan fund was
it nil Coffee Fertilizers. (contracted to be repaid tit the end
that a wooden building would an
no faith in the permanency of an 1 to the upper story. It would seem inRlt j Uie K. p. uMt Tlle,i
island quarry, citing his own ex- to -' a well ventilated and comfor- j ci,arler Inerubers number eleven
perience on Oaliu with quarries, liable jail, with only one means of , Masons prominent in professional)
claimed to be inexhaustible and j entrance and exit through which nmi business life on the island of,
which subsequently petered out. i!ll escape might occur. Sheriff An- Maui and there are at present time,
On the other hand it is claimed drews. and a committee consisting between thirty and forty applicants
by members of the Hoard of Trade ol J. W. ilason, Dr. J. Holland ; for degrees, as well as a number of
that the proposed site is located on and Dr. Hayes are considering the Masons who wish to affiliate with
one of the original lava flows which j proposed plans and will pro- j Uu ew i0jgCf
test against tlie summary manner Hon. Henry Iv. Cooper, Acting
in which the government ofiicials j nislrict Grand Master of the Grand
intend to dispose of the proposition. 1 j.odge of Scotland, presided. The
It is claimed that bad faitlj has following officers of Pacific Lodge 1
been shown in calling upon the ' No. S22 F. it A. M. of Honolulu
Hoard of Trade for their opinions occupied stations in the installing
in regard to a jail site which have District Grand Lodge: R. W. M.,
been discarded without further ex- John Kidwell; P. M., Clinton J.
plnuation than contained in 'the I Hutchings; S. V Charles R.
letter laid before the meeting Fri- Frazier; J. W., Chas. F. Murray;
d.iy night. The Hoard have gone Treasurer, W. O. Atwater.
to considerable pains to look up Paraphenalia for the new lodge
titles and to ascertain what terms is expected from the Kn.st very
can be made with Haker for the 'shortly and with the excellent start
Kaumana tract. I already made, Maui' Lodge will I
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fkont St., Iln.o, II. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
. Sucking Pigs.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Itnors honed, Scissors and all eded
tools perfectly ground. Salisfac-
Comfortable Rooms ... Mot and Cold Uaths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ,.. Mixed Drinks and Kine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
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