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T11K WKKKI,Y 1111,0 TR1BUNK, HIM), HAWAII, TUKSDAY, APRIL 4, 1905.
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JUINJLJUN5J!JL lUUAL, UJ&Na
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P. Peck went tn Honolulu mi 1itmiiir4
Mm. A. T. Mnrcclltnn f Honolulu n n
KtU'Rl lit tlic Vnlenuo tloiin1.
Theo. Wolf. ri'turtitinK M. Phillip
.N: Co. Is in IUIo mi htnlnew.
Attorney Joint Richnrdoon of Iilmltm
Is 011 tri.il in the Maui Circuit Court or
A fine new line of iiplitcc shirts,
Intent style nnd drs!ii nic offered ly L.
Turner Co., Ltd.
MWs Hen Tiiylor nl Wniohltiu in spend
ing the Unslcr holiday in llilo as the
jucst of Mrs. Chris. Cnstcudyk.
Win. Weight, Jr., until ticently postal
clerk in the lottil oilieo, is now train dU-
John A. Scott ha Ucu appointed ilis
tticl fotclr for the South llilo tlitliicl.
Just in. (i full Hue' of Reach It.1wl1.1ll
tJloves.m.l Mitt W.ill, Nichols Co.
IImihIiiiiihit HeiRi'r Ins composed nil
original luiinh-rntilled "Steamer I My,
Summer Plav". ,
The Cotillion Clult will ho entertained
nt cards Wednesday night nt the home
of Mrs. J. T. Lewis.
Miss Genevieve Veunhlc will he the
guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chos. Furnenux nt
their lioine nt Fcrndale.
The cottage formerly occupied hy Mrs.
1. It. Mntiu is offered for rent nt n
reasonable figure. See ndv.
Miss Franc Knton nnd Mis:i Minnie
p.itcher nt Wninkui f.u the llilo Railroad. I .Schmidt nrc upending "- week nt Wai
The litest Invention in talking machines liilii, S3 miles Volcnno Kond.
nt Moses & Raymond, the "Victor," I u. jj . Holmes is spending the week 011
gniiid prize, Wotlds Pair. 300 needles luuiness nt Ilonoknn in connection with
for 35Conts. I vhe estate of the late M. V. Holmes.
Miss Helen Crnnc, daughter of Carlton m1s,cs yiinoe nnd Harriet Hapai arc
Crane, representative of the Vendcrbilt pending the Itnstcr vncntion nt the Rich
lines nt Snn Francisco, wns n Volcnno Ilrils,, inountnin residence nt 22 miles,
guest during the week. , At Snpl ()f Unj,wny Mn
Postmaster Geo. L. Desha ntnl family Carr, wns n llilo visitor 011 ThurMlay, re
will occuiiy the Campbell residence on mrning to Honolulu on the same steamer.
School street. Mr n.,.1 Mr. Chn,. Stem- ,)j(1 klJW coiM , ,)ab
son will reside with them. .jumpers, door swings and go carts nt
The Hawaiian L'tdies Society of Hnlti Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
Church are arranging ; a program for n ' .M. Johllj.. Ijinc iCMXi for iIollollllll
concert to he given in May The concert Ilt l1lc clll of lllL. wcck Illl(1 cmMlol rc.
is in charge of Mrs. Chns. Slemsen. RMy mf)rc mAm n L Tman
Word hns heen received from Profissor 1,1,
Kocbelc nt Fiji that he has di.covercd a T,)c KnuBn jfo ,a , of the
txirasltc for He horn fly and for the maj, &,,, M,B,Illiml lhc
Wight on alligator pea.s h.,,1 Imnynu $ ,)a,s of MaaA m(i mmQ
Uec- 1 itny nt 6 i. 111.
Forester R. 8. Hosmer recommends M( y Q Mociue nnd Misses Aitken,
the nppo.it...ent of fireunrdeusiuthc Slml))cr ml rc Ulc
various districts of the lerrilovv, with... ,,, p ...,1 , ,, ...... im ,.
' . ' hastcr holidays at the Kcuwick cottnge,
power to call out n gang of men LP fight VoIcnno road. '
... Mrs. W. F. Drake, who hns been visit-
If you wish your collce to bring the , r, , ,. ,.,, , ,. , ,
,. , , ' , , . , .... ... lug friends in llilo, returned to her home
highest market prices let the llilo Coffee ... , ,, ., , ,. ,, ,
., , .', , , , , on Friday's Kiiinu. Mr. Drnkc remains
ah 1 r pun. riusmiv iiiiti linirt! nil' hniiip nil '
--... ........ ..- , .
the mnrket for you. Liberal cat.li nil-
011 the island 011 business.
vnuccB tundc on shipiucnts. "
As attractive n souvenir of the Hawaii
nn Islands as has ever been issued is a
brochure of .,7 halftone pictures taken
from the Paradise of the Pacific nnd pu
blished by Willinm M. Lington.
H. Cnrroll Mcllor, who has been station
agent for the llilo Railroad nt the llilo
terminal, has resigned to accept the posi
tion of iKJokkceper with Tlieo. II. Davies
Call at Moses it Raymond nnd look
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Reprcsentntive Lewis has introduced a ' nl l,,L,r sloCK 01 8CW'K "incomes. 1 ,,c
bill in the legislature House Dill 130. con- si,,er is l,,c ,,cbt- J"'" kl,ow- S0''1 "
verting Cocoanut Island into a free public I cas" P3,,"u"t'
rccrention grounds under the supervision j On Pridny the .Senntc passed House
of the Superintendent of Public Works. 1 Hill 136 relating to tax on social clubs.
Readers of popular magazines are afTor- f,xi"K l,,e ,1,s nt ?00 Alul striking out the
ded a splendid oporlunity to subscribe ! provision permitting clubs to sell liquors
for the Ladies Home Journal, Saturday I lo 'frlciils."
livening Post, liverybody's Magazine ' We have secured the agency for the
nnd Review of Reviews in the club ofier j "famous "Victor Talking machines which
with the Tkmiux... See ndv. we arc selling 011 easy payments. The
P. C. lleamer is improving the Alec ! ,iUcsl "nw-nllim records nnd thevnre very
Johnson premises on School street, re-' P0P'lnr- Moses & Rnymond.
cenlly purclinfcd by him under fore-1 A gang ot prisoners by the direction of
closure silo, which will shortly be occu- Sheriff Senile has dropped a portion of
pied by David Reinhardt and wife. the sidewalk in front of the police sta-
Mrs. Geo. W. Richaid.s, who suffered a t ion a foot to correspond to the estnb
broken leg in an accident nt the Volcano lilicd grade of King street,
bouse several weeks ago, is recovered, H. 1.. Shaw, manager of the llilo Drug
oufficienlly lo riturn to l.cr home in I Co-i mk.rwcnt an operation for appcu
Ncvailrf: Mr. and Mrs. Richards nnd j(licUis nt e ,.oa.)ll(l, Sunday afternoon,
son left on the Kinnu Sunday night. I Ilsl nccounl9 wcre lllat llc , rt,stiK
The handiest thing you ever saw is n , quietly nnd withstood the shock with
pocket finsh light. Moses and Raymond remarkable endurance.
have them in different styles and prices. ,.,,,. , ... .
. , , ' Mrs. John Mann, accompanied liv her
Get one lod.iv. ' ,,,.,.,..... ,
I small grniid-dauglitcr, left oil the I'nlls of
As there will he no races in Honolulu j CIy(k. Saturday morning for San I'ran-
0nJunc11.Ka1nehau.8ha Day. as hereto- .,.,.,.,..,. .,., ., , .,ke
fore held, word comes from Honolulu
n protracted visit in the hope of benefit-
Kinnu Hi'imrtures, Jlnrcli !tl.
thun large attendances of horsemen and ting Ip.t Impaired henlth
iiorses iroui 110110111111 may oe expeeien
011 the 4U1 of July Races nt IIoolulu Park.
The exhibition of moving pictures
given nt Spreckels' Hnll Thursday night
for the benefit of the wounded soldiers of
Japan unit Russia proved a financial sue
Mrs. Sarah Hnp.il, Win. Hai.ai, J. M.
llyran, Miss M. A. Patterson, Miss L.
Smith, Geo. W. Carr, V. Peck, J. L. Dull
II. Moss, A. L. Hell. K.
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cess. A lame crowd was nresent anil a """ "",
subscription taken among the nudicnee ' Wodehouse, Mrs. W. R Drake, Miss K.
renliied S5.io. I K. Moss, C. 1'. Clemens and wife, Miss
Florence Hall, Miss K. W. Josslyn, Miss
Ted Guard, who has been in the con
tinuous employ of Theo. II. Davis & Co
for the past six years, is going to take .1
much needed rest. He will leave shott
ly on the Ship John Hna for a cruise
nrouuil the Horn to New York and will
be absent about six mouths.
Representative Smith has introduced
J. U. Williamson, A. A. Wilder
I.M'ry Itottlo Wiirruntcil.
Chamberlain's Pain Halm will not cost
you one cent if it does you no good. Give
it n trial if you are troubled with rheu
matism. One application will relieve
n resolution in the House lo reimburse . the pain. Pains in tlie side or chest, sore-
W. A. Walker 0.35. A. II. Lindsay 53,
97, 15. W. IUmnril 53.51. William Hor
ner $61.37, nl"l A- C. Palfrey f 137.39 for
stamps of the Republic of Hawaii which
they, as postmasters, huiided over to the
Notice is hereby given that the Pearl
Harbor Rnnge 1'rout Day lleacou, a dn
inonil used for passing through the 30
foot dredged channel, through the reef,
into Pearl Harbor, heretofore reporttd
missing was reestablished March J3. Il
order of the Light House Hoard, A. P.
Niblack, Lieutenaul-Commauder, U. S.
N., Assistant to the Inspector of the !2th
Among the names suggested as n prob
able successor to Supt. Atkinson in charge
of the Department of Kducalion nro. Al
bert P. Judd, who has btcn conducting
the investigation of the department, In
spector C. W. Haldwiu of Maui, Inspector
Davis of Onliii, Professor Meirill of
Mills Institute, Stanley Livingston of
Kntiiehnmeha School, Professor .' 11 U r;on
of Puuahou, Principal Woods oft 10 Nor- ,
jnnl School, C. I'. True, R. J.iw, In
apector King, W. II. Hibbit, Attorney C.
H, Heiueiiwny mid Clarence Crubbv,
lies-, of the muscles or stifTucss of the
joints nre quickly cured by npplying
this liuiiueiit. For sale by llilo Drug Co.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
KOA l,UM llCIt MI 1,1,.
I A Now Company Wilt Krrrt Sun
j mill .Near Volcano House.
j A. Rfrhlcy letnrned from Honoltilu
1 1st week, having seriind from the Hishop
' Kstnte 11 lease for five years of . 1,500 ncres
I of koa timber land In the vicinity of the
Volcnno House. A coinnauv has nlreadv
been started with Mr. Rlchley nt the
hend, with n enpitnl of 25,000, which
will shortly erect n mill about two miles
back of the Volcnno House nnd proceed
to cut down the matured koa timber ol
marketable sire nnd quality on the leased
Hishop Hstnlc lauds.
According to Mr. Rlchley, in which
opinion Forester Hosnier coulucidcs,
there arc millions of feet of valuable kon
lumber going to waste on the slopes of
Mnunn Ken. Some of the trees will
measure seven feet in diameter, nnd It is
Mr. Richley's purpose to cut these trcc9
into square timbers for better hniidling
for shipment. There is n slcndly incrcas-
ing demand for hard wood lumber on the
coast nnd in the Iinst, where It is proposed
to mnrket the large supply of koa now in
sight. Sonic of the older trees nre begin
niug to decay, and the trustees of Hishop
Iistalc decided to enter inton timber con
tract to save loss nnd wnstc to the forests.
The only limit in cutting placed on Mr.
Richley's company is that trees less than
two feet cannot be removed unless fully
matured. Matured trees, it is said, begin
lo rot, nnd it has been deemed advisable
to clear the forest of nil marketable kon
Mr. Rlchley has entered inton contract
to sell nil the bark he can supply nnd he
proposes to erect n complete plnnt on the
spot, including n saw milt, planer,
matcher, bark grinder nnd other machin
ery. When the nctivc logging work be
gins, the new company will probably em
ploy fifty or sixty men.
Must l'ay $50 Flue.
Hy order of Judge C. F. Parsons, signed
March 30th, former Sheriff L. A. An
drews is given until Thursday next to
pay his fine of $50, imposed in the con
tempt proceedings on February 1st last,
for failing to turn over to the custody of
the Clerk certain monies in his hands,
nmouiiting to $160X0, ns fines nnd costs
in two criminal cases. The defendant
was given nn opportunity to be heard nt
that time in person and by counsel 011 n
motion to remit the fine imposed. Carl
S. Smith appeared for the Territory. On
February 1 7II1 the Court allowed the de
fendant two weeks within which to file a
brief in support of his motion. No brief
having been filed during the time, or nt
nil, nnd no sufficient reason appearing 0
the Court why the judgment should be
reversed or v.icnted, the Court orders the
payment of the said $50 within one week
from March 30th. At that time, on fail
nre to make payment, such further nctiou
will be tnken ns may be necessary.
Nmv Arc Lights.
Pedestrians and others who have had
occasion to be on the down town streets
after dark have noticed the improved
arc lights now in use. Last week the
Hilo Iileclric Light Co. Ltd. replaced nil
the old style globe lamps with n new
light known ns the "Warner" lamp.
The new lamp casts no ugly long slmdaws,
is more brilliant in illumination nnd re
quires to be recharged with carbon only
once in seven or eight dnys. The former
lights were n coustnuti source of nunoynuce
requiring to be refilled daily nnd wcre
sputtering out at most irregular inter,
Klks to Install.
At the regular meeting of- the local
lodge of Klks next Monday night the
new ofTicers elect will be installed, nfter
which nn originnl nnd unique musical
and literary program has been nrrnnged,
to which friends of the lodge hnve been
invited. One of the features of the even
ing will be a public initiation of n new
member into the mysteries of the order,
under the new ritual.
The officers to be installed nrc: Kxnlted
Ruler, J. Cnstle Ridgwny; F.stccmed
Leading Knight, N. G. Cnmpion; I!s.
teemed Loyal Knight, Dr. C. L. Stow;
Ksteemed Lecturiug Knight, Dr. W. II.
Schoening; Treasurer, J. D. Kennedy;
Secretary, Dr. II. Hayes; Tyler, I. H.
Schoen, and Trustee, W. II. C. Campbell.
Despair of Success.
A majority ol the homesteaders compos
ing the Kaihcuui Settlement Association
at 13 miles, Olaa, are preparing to plant
sugar cane and have combined to plant a
small acreage of seed cane for next sea
sou's planting. They have received such
( bad treatment by commission men at Snn
I Fruncisco that they bee no profit in baun-
nas for the grower. The excessive
charges of the railroad, steamship lines
and commission men combine lo discour
age the further growing of bananas in
this region, it is alleged.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Our new line for the spring of 1905 bus
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest designs ever
offered in llilo.
L. TURNF.R CO., Ltd.
Subscribe fi.r the TnuiUNit island sul.
Five room collage, with bath, centrally
located in rear of Tkiiiunu Huildiug.
inquire at TiuuuNit Office,
TUB ItlCB TUBATMK.NT.
IIoiiro Coininlttco Itflcotnmonds Kn
nclinent of Nimv Leper Law.
The sjiccial leprosy committee, of which
HoNtciu is chairman, made 11 report to
the House last week, reroniturtidiug that
the variousbillfl touching 011 the segrega
tion and tiealmcnt of lecrs be tabled
and that n substitute measure be Intro
duced, covering the various subjects. An
extract from the report is ns follows:
"Wenre not going to discuss in this
report whether leprosy Is curnhlc or In
curable, but we believe that something
should be done by this legislature to show
the people that there is some hope, nnd
while the Inw is not elenr ns to the ninn
tier nnd time of treatment of the disease,
we have embodied in the substitute net to
lc introduced sections rclntlng to the
cslnblishincnt of n hospltnl for the trcnt
incnt of leprosy in its incipient stnges so
thnt the unfortunates tuny not lc tnken
directly to Moloknt whereby hotc is
'We beg lo report upon the resolution
introduced by Rep. Lewis enquiring of
the Hoard of Health whether a continua
tion should be allowed Dr. Milton Rice to
treat the four lepcous patients now in
his charge, the same hns been answered
by the President of the Hoard of Health
in his verbal statement before the House
thnt Dr. Rice shall continue the treat
ment for another year. In order to do
so, we recommend that n sufficient ap
propriation should be made for mich pur
pose." The proposed bill provides for a hospl
tnl for persons nfilictcd with the first
stnges of leprosy, thus preventing incip
ient lepers from being sent directly to
Molokai Settlement. The report of the
committee was unanimously adopted and
the bill passed first reading nnd will be
Y. Ignrashi, superintendent ol the
Nohl Orphan Asylum, located nt Gtfit,
Jnpan, is making a visit to Hnwnii nnd
other parts of the United Slates in the
interest of the institution under his cnte.
The Nohi asylum grew out of tho severe
earthquake which killed many people
nnd nearly wiped out the city of Gifu,
Japan, where Igarashi resided. Animated
by a Christian spirit, Igarnshi gave the
shelter of his home to the children whose
parents perished in that catastrophe.
The number of inmates is steadily grow
ing ns n consequence of the ravages of
the Russia Jnp.m wnr, nnd Mr. Igarnshi
comes to the United Stntes ns n filendly
nation for financial assistance for contin
uing the good work.
A pair of well broken horses (for rid
ing or driving), very cheap. Inquire of
Mechanical Parlor Organ
Cost $250.00. Music Rolls for
same, cost $125.00. The whole
for sale nt - $125. OO
Cost $85.00. For sale at a
Cost $250.00. For sale at SDO-OO
A. S. LoBARON CURNEY
Foreclosure and Sale.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hnwnii.
At Chamiikrs In Kquitv.
HILL TO FORF.CLOSB MORTGAGE.
The First American Savings & Trust
Company, Limited, n corporation,
Plaintiff vs. George W. I'aty, ct nl,
Notice is hereby given thnt by virtue
of a certain order of the Circuit Judge at
chambers, in Kquity, sitting in the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Circuit in the above
entitled cause, dated the fitst day of
April, A. D., 1905, I, as commissioner by
said order appointed will offer at rmblic
auction sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the hour of twelve
noon, at the mauka door of the Court
House nt Hilo, Island nnd Territory of
Hawaii, the rights, tenements nnd heredi
taments described in thnt certain mort
gage executed by the said Geo. W. Pntv
nnd his wife, Harriet Paty, to the First
American Savings and Trust Company,
Limited, which said mortgage is recorded
in the office of the Registrar of Convey
iiuces in Honolulu, in Liber 220, pages
69 to 71, and which right, tenements nnd
hereditaments nrc described m situute
nt Olan, District of Puna, being Lot I, of
Public Lands Mnp No. 23, Part I of Olnn
Homesteads Reservation ns filed in the
Public Lauds olllce in Honolulu, Oahu,
Territory of Hawaii, and containing nu
nren of 34 4-100 acres, and more particu
larly described in Land Patent No. 4460,
together with buildings, improvements,
emblements and appurtenances thereunto
appertaining, subject to any and all taxes
that may now lie due or delinquent on
Terms, Cash. Conveyances at the ex
pcusc of the pin chaser.
I. H. RAV,
RlDGWAV & RIDOWAY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff,
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, April 1, 1905. 23-2
Ho! for the Races!
UNDER THIi AUSI'ICIiS OF THE HAWAII JOCKEY CLUII
HOOLULU PARK - HILO - HAWAII
COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT TF.N O'CLOCK A.M.
I. -Mllc, Free for all- SI6O
2. J-Mllc, Hawaiian Hrcd 200
3. Jf-MHc, Pony Race, 14 bauds or under BO
4. i-Mllc, lo Harness, best two in three 200
6. itf-Mile, Free for nil 400
6. ,'4-Mile, Hawaiian Rred 50
7. :-Mllc, Free for all 2BO
8. Ji-Milc, Japanese Race Swoopstakos
9. -Milc, Fice for all 200
I O. J4-Mile, Unbroken Horses, riders to saddle OO
I 1 . 14-Mile, Donkey Race, riders to chonge, last to
finish wins .". 20
Total.... S 1 07O
SUHJUCT TO CIIANGK.
Three or more to enter, three or more to stnrt.
KNTRANCn FIJIJ, 10 OF PURSF..
SF.COND HORSIi TO SAVIJ F.NTRANCR.
F.NTRIKS TO CLOSIJ ON JUNIJ 30 AT 6:00 r. m.
SCRATCH US TO CLOSIJ ON JULY 1 AT 6:00 p. m.
J. D. EASTON, Secretary.
Figured Lawns, 15 yards for . $ .00
Figured Lawns, 10 yards for . .00
Figured Lawns, per yard ". . f 0
Figured Lawns, per -ard . . 5
Figured Lawns, per yard . . 25
The newest designs in Voiles
and Etamincs, J(r Oln 3 5
Per yard, . . VsW5 iiJt, OO
White Sheer Lawns at all prices.
Pure Linen and Half Linen "lfr,
White Sheer Lawns from . wilt Up
A new line of J. 13. Corsets . ,
60C $ 1 , $ 1 .25 a Pair
L. Turner Co.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Clininle and Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS T"
Sulphato of Ammonium Nltrato of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphates
Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilizers for sale in lnrfje or small iiunntltiea. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special Iiwu Fertilizer.
Q 11 ecu Street
P. O. HOX 7G7,
C. M. COOKIt, President.
It. F. HISHOP, Treasurer.
C. II. ROHF.RTSON, Auditor
It. I). TI5NNI5Y, Vice-President.
J. WATKRIIOUSIt, Secretary.
W. M. ALHXANUHR, C. II, ATHF.RTON