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THU WKKKLV 1I1L0 TRI11UNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 14, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
New iltuslrntul postal enrds Wall
Nichols Co. M1
The Anicrirnn-Ilnunilnn Kle.inier Arl
zoninn Is exacted hero uel Thursday
to load sugnr.
The S. 8. Enterprise left last Wednesday
noon for Ilnnolulii, where she will lonil
sugnr lor the coist.
Representative Smith and wife were
passengers on the S. S. Enterprise for
Honolulu Init week.
Dr. Curtis of Olna stnlcs llmt he has
not bought the Alexander niitoiuohlle ns
Btnted in Inst neck's Hernhl.
The passengers for Honolulu Inst
Tuesday were C. S. Smith nnd wife, John
Lycurgus, Mrs. G. V. Jnkens, nnd 1). C.
Miss Hnrricl Hitchcock, niter n visit to
Wuiliilii in the cotd fastnesses of Ohm,
returned to the city the lnller part of the
The Atncricnu-Hnunilnn Steamship
Company nrc making San Diego a regu
lar port ofcnll, nud nrc working up the
California const trade.
Miss Stella Pec, who has been nt the
Coast for her health, will be a returning
passenger by the S. S. Korea, leaving
Snn I'inncisco todny.
Bnttenberg mnlerial nnd fancy work
material of various kinds nrc kept by
Moses & Raymond.
Kcx HItchcockfdeputy sheriff of Mo
lokni, tins resigned nnd I Leslie, of the
Honolulu mounted police has been np
pointcd to succeed him.
Olnn Sugnr Company started grinding
cane on l'riday, February loth, nud the
prospects nre that n big crop will pass
through the mill this year.
Dr. Y. Nngni, the Hilo physician who
is n witness in the Moriynum murder
case, has put up n bond for his nppenr
ancc in the sum of $500 with Judge Par
sons. Notice is published elsewhere on this
page, giving the hour of sailing of the
Enterprise as 1'ridny noon. The train
for bananas will go up to Olna on Thurs
C. L. Clement formerly of the Side
Lights printed in Hilo, is now the editor
of the Maui News, vice G. 11. Robertson,
who has sold his interest in the piper to
n stock company.
Albert D. Lyman, of Hilo, now attend
ing Oahu College nnd n brother of Clar
ence K. Lvmnn, who is n cadet nt West
Point, took the examination for the West
Point appointment in Honolulu last Mon
day. Representative Lincoln Ilolstein nnd
Seuntor Tnlmer Woods were passengers
from Mahukonn on the last Kinau for
Honolulu, where they will be in atten
dance upon the coming session of the
Stop that cough. Try California Herb
Cough Drops. Hilo Cnudy Co. 16-3
Mr. A. II. Jackson is now in Kolinla
on a business trip in connection with the
New York Life Insurance Company.
He will return overland this week and
renew his old acquaintances in Hnmnkun
and North Hilo.
Cottage prayer meetings nre being held
on l'riday evening of ench weeknt dif
ferent hours by the Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army will be glad to
meet nt the home of nuy who would
enjoy having such a meeting.
At the meeting of the Hilo Cotillion
Club nt the home of Mrs. Mnrsh on l'ri
day evening, Miss Mary Shipumn nud
Mr. Irving B. Schoeu were elected to
membership. Owing to the departure of
Miss Mahy nud Mr. Hurd their names
Mr. P. Peck went to Honolulu last
week in the interests of the Kolinla &
Hilo Rnilwny Company, nnd will be pre
sent nt the public hearing that is being
held in Honolulu this afternoon befoie
Governor Carter, relative to the exten
sion of the Railroad franchise.
Moses & Raymond are selling a 'Skirt
hnnger" which is something the ladies
will nlways use if once trired. Step in
and seen them.
The friends of Mr. A. C. McKenny and
Mr. Philip Heidt, formerly of Hilo, nud
connected witli the Owl Drug Company,
will be pleased to hear of their employ,
went in Lcngfeld's Large Pharmacy on
Sutler Street, in San I'rnucisco, where
they are both doing nicely.
Notice is hereby given that on or about
February 9, the intimity of fixed red
light nt Knwnihac Light Station, Island
of Hnwnli, will be increased by chnnging
from n post lantern to n lens lantern
light. By order of the Light-house Board.
A. P. Niblack, Lt. Comdr., U. S. Nnvy.
Mr. Guy II. Gere nrrived in town
Saturday evening nftcr hnviitg made n
trip of inspection from Mnhukoua
through Wnimea and Hnmnkun to Hilo.
Mr. Gere met witli n Rlight nccident
while in Honolulu, but the traces of it
have passed away nnd he is himself
Mrs. John A. Scott returned from the
Coast by last week's Kinau, bringing her
daughter who has just recovered from a
very severe illness nt the Coast, where
she hus been pursuing iter studies in Mis?
Head's School. Miss Margaret Scott is
now much improved in health, and will
remain in Hilo during the remainder of
tills school yenr.
Mr. Clir. Cntcudk is again back at
his disk after n week of n severe attack
of the grippe.
Mrs. Pert Schocn Is now in limn uilli
her family, having spent the past couple
of weeks in Olnn.
Miss Lilinne Hapil has been confined
to her home during the past week with a
very severe allnck of the grippe
Mr. Tucker nnd wife of Olna, were out
going passengers on the American schoo
ner, W. H. Mnrslon, Inst Friday.
The S. S. Knlcrprlsc left Honolulu yes
tcnlay for Hilo, and will reach this port
this evening, to take on ban inns for the
New dress goods, consisting of Colored
Lawns, Voiles, Klntnlues, etc., etc., by
Enterprise. L. Turner Co.
T. S. Kay, Manager of Halawa Plan
tation of Koliala, in company witli Mr.
A. Kny were passengers on the Klunu to
Honolulu, embarking from Mahukonn.
Mrs. J. V.Jukiii9 wasn departing pas
senger lo Honolulu by the S. S. Enter
prise, where she will visit her daughter
and sou, who nrc in attendance nt Oahu
Scnntor John T. Brown, of the First
Representative District, left on the Inst
Kinau to attend upon official duties in the
Territorial Senate ns the Senatorial re
presentative from the East side of Hn
wnli. Miss Esther Lyman hns been substi
tuting for the last three weeks in the
Hilo Union School for Miss Severance,
who has been confined to her home with
Miss Hilton, who has been visiting the
Shipinnus of Reeds Islnnd, after n stay in
Hawaii of several months, returned to
the mainland last Friday on the schooner
W. II. Mnrston.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest mnrkct prices let the Hilo Co flic
Mill clean, classify and plncc the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Capt. David Lyman, n well known re
sident of this plnce, will speak at the
Salvation Army hall 011 Sunday evening
next, February igtli. A very interesting
meeting to which every body is welcome.
NOTICE to ENTERPRISE
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO
FRIDAY, FER. 17, 1905
AT 12:00 NOON
Banana train for Ohm will be scut
up Thursday morning. Shippers
ore requested to have freight on
board by Thursday P. M.
R. T. GUARD,
Agent Mutsou Navigation Company
J. Castle Ridgway, the National Hank
Examiner for the Territory of Hawaii,
left last week for Maui, where he will in
spect the First Nation il Bank of Wni
luku, after which he wilt proceed to Ho
nolulu (or the purpose of inspecting the
First National Bank in that city.
Bids for the construction of the Wniohi
uu schoolhouse were opened at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works
last week, us follows: A. Kvensou, to do
the work iu sixty days at a cost of $3,357;
II. Kcndill, seve-.H-fhc days nud 3.498;
J. A. Aheong, seventy-five doys nnd $3,
127; V' Hnyselden, seventy-five days nnd
$3,181.75; II. S. De Foies, seventy days
and $3,833; T. L. Andrews, sixty days
nnd $3,200; J. Mansfield, one hundred
days and $3,976,
The installation of the officers of Kit
nuen Lodge No. 330, F, & A. M will
take place nt the Masonic Temple on
Saturday evening Februnry 18, 1905. The
oflicirs to he installed arc Thos. C. Ridg
way, Worshipful Master; William T
Unfiling, Senior Warden; E. N. Holmes,
Junior Warden; Adam Lindsay, Treas
urer; and G. II, Vicars, Secretary. After
the installation services, which will be
in the Lodge room, there will be a Ban
quet to winch all visiting Brethren of
tlie Lodge ami us memners are tnvltul
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
ti:k.m or court.
Juilgn l'nrsoiiH Will Open r'ebrunrjr
The Circuit Court for the Fourth Judi
cial Circuit will be formilly ojhmiciI to
morrow morning nt 10:00 o'clock by
Judge Parsons for the Februnry Term.
The Grand Jury is summoned for Thurs
day morning and the Petit Jury for the
following Tuesday, February 21st. The
Petit Jury however will probably be ex
cused until the 33rd, owing to the fact
that Wednesday being Washington's
birthday will make it impossible to
start n case on the 2 1st. It however be
hooves every juryman summoned to be In
attendance on the 21st.
The Calendar is rather small, nud the
whole term of Court will not be very ex
tensive. There is one Murder case on
the Criminal file, while the Civil docket
rIiows hut few new cases. There nrc
however sevcrnl coses that hnvc come
over from previous terms that will be
disposed up nt this term. The murder
ense is that of n Japanese, named Moritn
Kelzo committed from the District Court
of South Hilo.
.Inpiini'Ro Murderer Dies.
Yonckurn Toshichi, known ns Ynmn-
saki, who has been under arrest since Inst
November for the murder of Kiyotn
Yoshihachi on November 35, 1904, nnd
was to hnvc been tried nt the term of
Court convening tomorrow, died Situr
day nftcruoon iu the Hilo Jail, after an
illness lasting about one week. As may
be recalled, Kiyotn Yoshihachi while in
his house preparing supper nt 8 miles,
Olnn, wns shot iu the back by nu un
known assailant, who fired through the
open window. The murdered man made
a dying declaration implicating Yama-
siki, who was enamoured of the former's
wife. The accused has maintained hia
innocence, nud would have put up a de
fense when his case was called. He has
been failing recently nud wns plnccd in
the hospital for n while, but wns returned
to the jail n. few days before his death.
A coroner's jury was called by Coroner
Fetter, consisting of Geo. N. Day, S.
Quinl, K. C. Kubo, II. Kendall, J. M.
Herring nud R.J. Lyman, who brought
in n verdict, finding that the deceased
came to his dcatli "from what we believe
to be natural causes, probably bcri-herl."
This istltc case iu which Dr. Nogai was
n witness, nud who wns required to give
bond iu the sum oT $500, before he could
answer the summons of his Emperor to
return to Jnpau and take part iu the war.
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Although the nomination of George
L. Desha has been scut to the Senate by
President Roosevelt, yet there appears to
be some hitch iu the confirmation by
that body of his appointment. As a result
a number of new candidates have entered
the field, and a number of men well
qualified to fill the position have been
suggested. Daniel Porter, formerly clerk
of the Circuit Court, has been suggested
as n man qunlified.to fill the position.
Likewise ex-Sheriff Andrews has been
thought of by his many friends. The
names of Plorciitin Souia nud W. C.
Cook ore mentioned among the others as
being available men. There Is yet a
possibility that a Hilo man may be
selected out of the above list. The Hilo
Board of Trade have taken no action
upon the postoffice proposition since
they recommended the name of W. II.
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First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Feb. 19, 1905, 11 a. 111. "Keep
the Sabbath to sanctify it," Deut. 5:12.
7:30 p. in. -"The Boldness of Peter nud
John," Acts 4:13.
1 lie Woman's Uoanl will meet iu the
Church parlors on Tuesday, Feb. 14, nt
8:15 p. 111. Rev. W. D. Westervelt will
be present and speak on "The People of
To the Editor of the H11.0 Tiumjnh:
As Vice President of the First Bank of
Hilo, Ltd., I desire to correct n statement
mode editorially iu the Herald last week,
and to say that the First Bank of Hilo,
Ltd., hos not spent any money on the
Kolinla and Hilo Railway.
C. C. KENNEDY,
Vice President First Bank of Hilo, Ltd.
A systemntic study of the Bible, tnking
up the New Testament, was stnrted Mon
day evening, the 13th of Februnry, nt Hie
Salvation Army quarters, tunuka of the
Electric Light plant in Puueo. Any one
interested iu the study of the Bible is
kindly invited to attend.
Not n minute should be lost when a
child shows symptoms of croup. Chnin
hcrlnin'.s Cough Remedy given ns soon
as tlie child becomes hoarse, or even nftcr
the croupy cough appears, will prevent
the nltnck. It never fails, nud isplensaut
and safe to take. For sale by tlie Hilo
Applications for civil service examina
tion will be received nt the office of the
assistant to the inspector of tlie Twelfth
Light-house District, Young building,
during the next thirty days, for establish-
nig registers 01 eugioies, from wliich ap
pointments of keepers nnd assistant keep
ers of light-houses will be made Iu tlie
Hawaiian Division of tlie Twelfth Light
house District. Applicants must lie citi
zens of the United States, over eighteen
and under -fifty years of nge. Blank
forms can be obtained upon application
to tlie office, A. P. Niblack, Lleulennnt
Commander, U. S. Navy, in charge,
(liven by Hilo Colllllou
Th Cotillion Club hasnrrnnged forn
masquerade lo be given nt Sprcckcls'
Hall tills evening, nud from the arrange
ments In progress, it appears that the
nlfilr this evening will be one of the
events of the social season.
The decorations nre strictly tropical in
their nature, and the maskers arc to lose
themselves atnld the Intricacies of a
veritable fairy land, where n gentle prcs
sine of the hand or a stolen sweet from
under n dainty mask may never be
noticed except by those who really care.
The chaperouc is to be relegated to n
rear seat, and Dame Folly will work her
innocent pranks with Mischief lurking
nt her heels. The clown, the regal lord,
the knave, tlie fool, the baker, the jester,
the caudlc-stlck-mnkcr, his royal high
ness, his Grace the duke, le petite clau
se ur, Aphrodite, the milk maid, tlie
sumuier girl, Psyche, the nutomoblle
girl, Mnduiolsellc Caprice, the golf girl,
nud liitii.liedsof others both high nud
low, ricli and poor, titled nud otherwise,
from fairy woodlnuds and Olympiiu
Heights, will mingle together upon the
same plane and pay obeisance to good
old St. Valentine before the shrine of
Terpsichore. Cupid will be much in
evidence with Ins ever discerning eye,
scattering from his ample quiver the
shafts wliich wound to plense. Snppho
iu her Bnhlc gnrb will flitter hither and
thither, breaking hearts nud practicing
her wiles. Joy will be unconfined, nnd
the birricrs and proprieties of society
will be forgotten, while Fjolic, Mirth
nud Gaiety will take possession of the
The decorations arc tinder the super
vision of Mrs. Milton Rice, while the
hall, music nifrt refreshments nre under
Mr. Geo. N. Day's care.
Andrews Receives Token of Esteem.
On last Saturday nt noon, cx-Sherlff
Andrews was summoned to the Police
Station, where he was virtually placed
under arrest, for the whole police force
of Hilo immediately drew themselves up
in dress parade, nud he found himself
completely surrounded and helpless In
the bauds of those over whom 11c had for
the past several years wielded authority.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter, on behalf of the
police force of tlie whole Island of Hn
wnli, stepped forwnrd and expressed in n
very npproprinte speech the "Aloha"
witli wliich the Sheriff had been nnd wns
then held by his former subordinntes,
and presented to the Sheriff n magnifi
cent gold chain nnd locket, so fashioned
as to be emblematic ot the position he
had formerly held, nnd wliich was a very
fit accompaniment to the beautiful gold
watch with its Hawaiian coat of arms,
which the police force presented to him
two years before. In accepting the gift
cx-Sherlff Andrews asked permission to
speak iu Hawaiian, iu which he ex
pressed his deep appreciation and how
deeply he was touched by the loyalty of
his fellow-workers. The chain is double
linked nnd exceedingly heavy, having
for its bar a policeman's club, nnd to it is
nttached a charm iu the form of a shield,
surmounted with two batons, and on one
side of wliich is a graceful monogram iu
gold nnd enamel of L. A. A., and 011 the
other side is the following inscription:
L. A. ANDREWS
Sui'.uii'i' 01' Hawaii
January 31st, 1905
The whole effect is very haudsome and
beautiful and is the -handiwork of John
M. Herring, who framed the whole from
$20 gold pieces.
Entkukd, Monday, Feb. 6, 1905. Am.
bark Roderick Dhu, whereof H. En
galls is Mnster, from San Francisco
with general cargo of merchandise.
S. S. Enterprise, J. O. Youngren
Mnster, from San Francisco, witli
general cargo of merchandise.
CutAiutn, Wed., Feb. 8, 1905. S.S. En
terprise, J. O. Youngren, Master, for
Honolulu for sugar and other tuer.
Friday, Feb. 10, 1905 Auierlcnn
schooner W. II. Marston of Snn
Francisco, whereof G. W. Gove is
Master, for Sail Francisco, witli 14
crew, 3 passengers and general cargo,
ns follows: Onomen Sugnr Co., 22,782
bans sugar; Pepeekeo Sugar Cn 12,
800 bags sugar. Totnl value, $198,
731.65, Other merchandise, includ
ing 4,97 feet Koa logs, valued nt
$925, innking a total cargo of $199,-356-U5.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the L. Turner Co., Ltd., will be held
at the company's premises, Waiaiiiteiiue
Street, Hilo, on Monday, Feb. 27, 1905,
nt 3 o'clock.
K. F. MACKIE, Secretnry.
Installation of Oilicers.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
V, F. and A. M. The instnllalion
7V of the officers for ensuing year
' will take place Iu the Masonic
Hnll on Suturday evening, February 18th,
I95i t 7J P. UM immediately after the
regular stated meeting. Sojourning nnd
visiting brethren are cordially invited.
By order of the W.'M.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
j S. M.
J 26 27
A " .i ' . --,- ""
T. W. T. F. I
I 11 IMniiclnirlii
Alnmcdn u .3.
7 tSo"oma SDorlc 1fi
Ventura 48 9 IU
14 1R IP Alnmcila
'Siberia III ID 1 7
SKorca 22 QQ Nclirask'n
2lx AIamc!a 60 .24
Sierra Mar. I
Vessels whose names appear OVER the dale ARRIVE from the Const.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the dale DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels (.) To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; (1) To
Victoria; II. C.; (J) To Yokohama. V '
S. S. Kinau depurts from Hilo for Honolulu cery Friday nt 10:00 n. in.
S. S. Mnuna Loa'smnil closes in Hilo on Saturdns nnd Tutsdnjs marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. in., nrrlviug iu Honolulu nt daylight three days later.
English and American High-Grade Goods in
Neat, Stylish Patterns An Excellent Line
All Wool Serges
All Wool Amazon Cloth
AllWool llght-Weight Novelties
SUITABLE FOR LADIES' SKIRTS
Iu Various Colors and Designs
THE "NEW IDEA" 10c PATTERNS
L. Turner Co.
75 Acres, Unim
proved; Lot No.
3 18, near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
Maps' Place l
vjin iMta, viiivju
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
P. O. BOX 346.
Mutual Burial Association
Co-operative hurinl. Not a money
making scheme. I'uuernl expenses of
meiuhers paid hy Association. Cheapest
and most important beneficiary plnu ever
offered to the people. Iu operation tuo
years nnd n half in tlie Territory of Ha.
H. C. THAYER
Gonoral Agont Hilo Branch
Church Street, above I'rout, Hilo, Hawaii
Single or in suite, light, large and niry
furnished rooms opening on vcrnudn,
with or without hoard. Inquire of
Tiuutmit Office. 1.1.
Strnyed or Stolen A young fox terrier
pup, six months old, almost grown.
Evenly marked 011 the hcnd.nblnckpntcli
011 hack, nud docked'1 tnll. Is slightly
lnmein right lore leg. f 5.00 reward will
be paid for its return to
V. A. ME DC ALE,
15-tf At Tlieo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.
Mr. Tlieo. WolfT, of M. Phillips & Co.,
after 11 very biiccessful business trip to the
Island of Hawaii and tlie city of Hilo,
was a returning passenger on tlie last
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
In Lenses for the eyes. The
fitting and making of glasses
is our exclusive business.
FACTORY ON TIIR PRKMISKS
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVER MAY & CO.
On the roid between Hilo Hoarding
School and Wnimikti, a small oidiml
silver watch. Suitable rewnrd to finder
on return to Tkiiiukk Office.
Mrs. 1. I'eck returned to Hilo last
Snturdny, nfter having spent the last few
weeks with iter daughter, Mrs. J. I. Met
calfe nt Vapaikou.