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frHS WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HltO, HAWAII, Tui&DAV, APRIL
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
New luces nnd fancy ribbnusnt Holmes'.
J. J. Sullivan nuil J. O. Scrrno were
passengers In Honolulu on the Enterprise
on Saturday lint.
Mrs. C. A. Sloblc is siifTcriii from n
severely sprained nnklc, but is reported
to be resting cnsily.
A large nssortinent of suitings nud
trouserings may lie seen next Tliursdny
nt L Turner Co., Ltd.
On Saturday, the Hark Amy Turner,
Wnrlnnd, timstcr, arrived, twenty days
from Snt) Francisco.
Harry Slmw i9 rapidly convalescing at
tbc llilo bospitni, nud within a few days
will be able to be removed.
Dr. Henry Hayes lias two thorough
bred Fox terrier pups for sale.
Miss l'loreiice Scott has been nppoiulcd
assistant teacher in tbc Illlo Kinder
gartcu, vice Miss Mcaloha Ulli, resigned.
The S. S. Enterprise left Saturday noon
for Honolulu and will return Thursday
morning for bananas, leaving for the
coast on Saturday.
If you are not pleased with a set of
"Good Form" clothes hangers purchased
from Moses & Raymond you will receive
your money back.
The Hoard of Trade holds its general
meeting Friday night at Sprocket's Hall,
when many matters of special importance
will come up for consideration.
Men's straw hats, new stocks at Holmes'.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society an
nnuncc a litau and fair to be given at the
llilo Armory on July ist, donations for
which are now being received. The afTair
is for the benefit of the church.
The Maui News, published at Wailuku,
under the editorial management of C. L.
Clement, formerly of Hilo, has branched
out from a four to a six page weekly.
Did you know you could buy baby
jumpers, door swings and go carts at
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
The Schooner Concord, J. M. Ulutna
liele, master, arrived Sunday from Hono
lulu, and will hereafter assume the route
of the Woodbury, which has been trans
ferred to the Laysan Island service.
lteprcscntativc Smith has introduced
a resolution in the House asking for $1
045.70 to reimburse the Shippers' Wharf
Committee of Hilo for quarantine work
done from August, 1904 to March, 1905.
If yon wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Miss Mealoha Ulii, the kindergarten
teacher and William Robnck, an em
ployee of the Hilo Electric Light Co.
were quietly married on Monday, April
17th, at the home of the bride's parents
Large stock of boys' knee pants and
waists just opened at E. N. Holmes'.
An innovation is being held by L. Tur
ner Co. Ltd. by intronuciug a tailoring
department iu their already complete es
tabllshmcnt, with J. E. Kochn in charge,
after May ist. A specialty will be made
of ladies tailoring.
The last drop of I'ritno Lnger Is ns good
as the first. A taste is the test.
Sheriff Searle left Thursday fot Kailim
to attend the wilding term of court.
Just in, a full line of Reach Baseball
Gloves and Mitts. Wall, Nichols Co.
The premises formerly occupied by
the Hilo Bakery have been renovated
and will be occupied by I. E. Rocha the
The largest stock of Cluclt and Mon-
arch shirts iu town at E. N. Holmes'.
Mrs. W. II. Shipmnn left on the S. S.
Korea on the 14th for San Francisco, to
attend the graduation of her daughters nt
Mrs. R. T. Moses nnd child, after
several months' visit to Oakland, Cal.
returned on the Enterprise Thursday
News has been received of the death iu
England of the father of A. E. W. nnd
E. V. G. Todd, both of whom formerly
resided iu Hilo.
Or. John J. Grace was expected to ar
rive in Honolulu ycslctday on the Man
churio, but will not come to Hilo for a
couple of weeks.
Clarance Crabbc is announced as a can
didate for county shcriffof Oahu, should
A. M. Rrown, former High Sheriff of the
Territory, decline. J. C, Qulnn is also
mentioned. High Sheriff Henry announ
ces he will not bo iu the field.
A fine new line of negligee shirts,
latest style and design arc offered bv L.
Turner Co., Ltd.
Mr. J. E. Ralph, of Pittsburg, Pa. n
graduate from Geneva Collcue. Fa. came
on the S. S. Enterprise to enter the em
ploy of Wall Nichols Co. Mr. Ralnh Is
a capable frame maker and has received
instructions iu stringing tennis rackets
from an expert.
Gent's auto caps and child's sailor hats
just opened at Holmes'.
James W. Pratt. Land Commissioner.
at noon last Monday sold at auction the
leasehold of Kaiel, Hilo, containing 334
acres of agricultural, and 8a of pastoral
and waste land, for five years. E. F.
Bishop bought it for Onomca Sugar Co.
at the upset rental of $1050 a year.
A shipment of "Celebrated Singers"
have just arrived at Moses & Raymond's.
Exchange your old machine for one.
New stock of ladles' and gentlemen's
hosiery at E. N. Holmes'.
New line Chefon, Muslin dc Sole, and
other white goods at E. N. Holmes'.
Ladies vests, large sii.es, at Holmes'.
I'Olt 1111,0 HANI.
llfforN In Muko II u 1'nrt of
The largest petition which has been
sent to the House of Representatives for
tin- present session has been from the
voleiM nnd Inx-tiavers oi Hilo recom
mending government support for the Hi
The representatives from East Hawaii
arc making every effort in their power to
have inserted in the ntipronrinl on bill
nn item which shall uivc the much desired
govermcnlal nid to the Hilo Hand. Re-
prescntntivc Smith has nlrcady introduc
ed a resolution in the House of Represen
tatives providing for an appropriation of
fS.ooo lor this purpose.
Lieut. Col. McClcllan, who recently
made n visit to Hilo to inspect the Nation
al Guard stationed here, has written the
following communication recommending
Headquarters Artillery, District of Hono
lulu, Camp McKinley, II. T., April
The Honorable Carl Smith,
Alexander Young Hotel, Honolulu.
Qlr'lll ..!.. ir rl.r I......I. T .....
tlip linnnr to inform vmi. tlint wtitln I...
spectlug the National Guatd Company
111 mm, nun-mi ri-iciiuy, i nnd occasion
to observe the Military Hand of 33 pieces,
Ivllfrll InrfiPft tint trltli tit,- Pt..i,iu. nt
its Armory, and played during during
i lie uispcciiou-
Thc Hand seemed to be n good one,
and I was informed that this Hand desir
ed to join the National Guard.
as a 11,11111 is mine an important feature
the orLmnizatloii of n Ri-i'IiiumiI of Ml.
Htl.i, nndls very useful iu assisting in
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
All nrc cordially invited to attend n
FAIR AND LUAU
to be held at the
Hilo Armory, July 100
All donations for the benefit of the
Church will be highly appreciated.
MRS. W. II. C. CAMI'HELL,
Foreclosure and Sale.
of the organization of a Regiment of Mi
litia, and is vcrv useful In nsslstltit- In
keeping up the military spirit of any
organization, or of any community, I
would respectfully recommend that this
Hand be encouraged iu some practical
Could it not be considered as part of
the Territorial Hand, nnd, stationed at
Hlln. rwrfnrlll fnr llin, nftv tvlint ,li
Territorial Hand now does so well for Ho
nolulu, ntui nt tiic same time be called
upon from time to time, to do its duty
with the Nntlntinl Huni-il. ns ltin nrpeuMi
Territorial Hand docs.
(Signed) JOHN McCLELLAN,
Lieut. Col., Artillery Corps, Commanding.
It is understood that Geo. W. Smith,
President of the Merchants' Association
at Honolulu. Is irivintr his personal sun-
port nud has also written strongly in fa
vor of the item.
of Eccentric Character of
At the advanced age of seventy.two,
Peter Lewis, the Charon of Cocoanut Isl
and died of old age and physical exhaus
tion nt his cabin last Wednesday morning.
Lewis was a Russian Fin, who came to
the islands in 1880 iu n codfish schooner.
He followed the sea from early boyhood
along the California coast, but has made
a living of late years with a small batteau
in which he ferried pleasure seekers
across the channel to and from Cocoauut
Island. At one time he was in the U. S.
Navy, and served as quartermaster of the
Revenue Cutter Lincoln, exploring Alas
kan wnters iu 1867-8, when that Territory
was purchased from Russia. Lewis was
unmarried and left no trace of any rela
tives, although he had a ucat little bank
account when he died, the result of his
hard earned savings.
Our new line for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest designs ever
offered in Hilo.
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Nrlson Iu Alameda, Cal on April 11,
Captain A. P. Nelson, late Master Ilk.
Notice is hereby given that Yati Lee
Yuen Hakcry, doing business on Front
street, Hilo, as a merchant, has made a
voluntary assignment to the undersigned
for the benefit of creditors. The credi
tors of said Yau Lee Yuen Hakcry are
hereby requested to file their claims with
the undersigned within thirty days, ami
any and all persons indebted to the said
Yuu Lee Yuen Hakery nre requested to
cull and pay the same nt once. All claims
against Yau Lee Yuen Hakery must be
I. E. RAY,
Assignee of Ynu Lee Yuen Hakery.
Hilo, April 14, 1905, 35-3
Touched tho High Places.
A bus load of Scotch Highlanders
narrowly averted a serious accident
Saturday evening near Wainaku. A party
01 eignteeu were going to Pnpaikou to
attend the wedding icception of Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hutchart. when the double team of
horses became frightened at the sonorous
notes of n bagpipe and bolted. The
driver held the team with difficulty, but
iu the mixup the harness nud vehicle
were badly damaged, and it was necessary
to send to Hilo for additional convey
nnces. None of the occupants of the bus
Died of Heart Disease
After n lingering illness, ,. H. Thomas,
well known iu Olaa and vicinity, died nt
Hilo last Wednesday morning of heart
disease. Mr. Thomas was n Welshman
and had lout' been a rrslilpnt In ilm lc.
lands, serving ns n luna on a number of
plantations. He had been afflicted with
heart trouble for about n year and wns
past fifty years of age when he died, leav
ing n family of a wife nnd five children
practically destitute. The oldest daugh
ter is fourteen and employed ns a nurse
maid in a Hilo household. The deceased
had been a Mason and n member of the
Knights of Pythias.
Every Hottle Warranted.
Chamberlain's Pain Halm will not cost
you one ceut if it does you no good. Give
it a trial if you are troubled with rheu
matism. One application will relieve
the pain. Pains in the side or chest, sore
ness of the muscles or stiffness of the
joints nre quickly cured by applying
this liniment. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Hlto, Hawaii, aoth April, 1905.
Editor Tkiuunk I rend with much
interest, the article iu your issue of the
4th. inst. exposing some of the methods
of High Finance iu connection with the
Olaa Sugar Co., and have been waiting
to see some public refutation of the char
ges made therein, or nt least some ex
planation of the transactions, but so far
have seen nothing, so I suppose, as silence
is said to give consent, we may conider
the charges made to be true, and since
there are no explanations from the Dil
lingham Co. I would like to ask your
correspondent if he knows how this in
debtedness of the Dillinchnm Co. to till-
Olaa Sugar Co. was incurred, he mentions
several ways iu which it could have been
lucurrcd, but I with other stockholders
of the Olaa Sugar Co. would like to know
just how it was done.
In the animal report of the Olaa Sugar
Co. of the 31st of December 190a, the
Treasurer of the Co. says "the Assessable
Stock is now nil paid up, with the excep
tion of a 1, 676.00, so this debt could not
have been incurred through non-payment
of assessments on stock, held by Dilling
In this same report the Treasurer tells
us that "the Company starts the second
crop with the credit balance in oeeuts
hands of a little over f 94,000.00 over and
above nil accounts outstanding, except
those covered by the Houd Issue of $ 1,140,
ooo.oo, nnd he accounts for nil the Bonds.
So ns far as I can see, there Is only one
other wnv In which this debt could have
been incurred, nud that is the proccedsof
the sugar, the product of the Olaa Sugar
Co. and the property of the Stockholders
of the Olaa Sugar Co. nud not of Dilling
ham Co. although to all nppearances they
have considered nnd treated it as their
Another question. Can your corres
pondent tell us what this f301.ooo.oo
written off on the books of the Olaa
Sugar Co. au account of the Puna Sugar
Co., is made up? Is it for advances made
to the Puna Plantation Co.? If so. whv
was it written off, when the Directors of
the Olaa Sugar Co., iu opposition to the
Auditor, insisted that the aqj.8oo.oo of
stock iu the Puna Plantation held by the
Olaa Sugar Co. and tnken over from the
Dillingham Co. should be retained ns nu
asset of the Olaa Sugar Co., If the stock
was considered n good asset, is the advan
ces made, not ns good an asset.
Now Mr. Editor, if your correspondent
will kindly nnswer these questions, he
will confer n favor 011 some of the Stock
holders of the Olaa Sugar Co.. and I mav
have n few other questions of the same
nature to ask him again.
A. M. W.
Iu the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At CiiAMnims In Equity.
HILL TO FORECLOSE MORTG.GE.
The First American Snvlntrs ft Tm.
Company, Limited, n corporation.
Plnintlffvs George W. Paly, ct al,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
ofn certain order of the Circuit Judge nt
chambers, in Equity, sitting In the Circuit
Court of the Fourth Circuit in the above
entitled cause, dated the first day of
April, A. D. 1905, I, as commissioner by
said order appointed will offer nt public
auction sale to the hiidicst ntnl Wt
bidder for cash, at the hour of twelve,
uooti, Saturday, April the nth. 100c
at the maukn door of the Court House nt
Hilo, Island and Territory of Hnwnll.
the rights, tenements and hereditaments
described in that certain mortgage exe
cuted by the said Geo. W. Paty and 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 Conveyances in
Honolulu, In Liber aao, pages 69 to 71,
and which rights, tenements nnd heredi
taments nre described ns situate at Olaa,
District of Puna, being Lot 1, of Public
Lands Mnp No. 33, Part I of Olaa Home
steads Reservation as filed in the Public
Lands office in Honolulu, Oahu. Terrl-
tory of Hawaii, and containing an area
of 31 4-100 acres, nnd more particularly
described In Land Patent No. 4460, tc
gether with buildings, Improvements,
emblements and appurtenances there
unto appertaining, subject to any nnd all
taxes that may now be due or dellnaucnt
on the same.
Terms, Cash. Conveyances at the ex.
pense or the purchaser,
I. E. RAY,
RlDCWAY & RlDCWAY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, April 1, 1905. 33.3
The above sale has been nostnoned In-
order of the Court made this dav. until
Saturday, April 33, at 13 o'clock noon,
nt tue mauka door or the Court House, nt
Hilo, Island and Territory of Hawaii.
I. E. RAY,
Dated, Hilo, Hawaii, April 13, 1905.
By order of the Court made this dav.
uic noove sale lias been rurther post
poned until Saturday, April 39, nt 13
o'clock noon nt the mauka door of the
Court House, nt Hilo, Island nud Terri
tory of Hawaii.
I. E. RAY,
Dated, Hilo, Hawaii, April 33, 1905.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, April 10. iooi. n n. tn.
"Eldad and Medad do prophesy In the
camp," Num. 11:37. 7:30 p. m.-T-"Thc
Holy Ghost said, sepnrate me Hamnbas
and Saul for the work whereuuto I hnve
called them," Acts 13:3. This will be
the first ofn series of evening sermons on
"The Journeys of Paul."
The benevolent collection this month
will ho to the support of the Hnlll Church,
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambisrs In Prodatu.
In the matter of the Estate of JOHN
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS, FINAL DISTRIHU
TION AND DISCHARGE.
The petition of Alcxnudcr Smith, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of John Mc
Gillivray, deceased, having been filed,
wherein he asks that his accounts may be
order of distribution be made of the prop-
CUV ICIJIUIUIIILT 111 nix iinnns In 111.- ni...
sons entitled thereto, nnd discharging
him from nil fnrlli-r r-..,ll,l1l...
such administrator, and that his bonds-
men ue released Irotn all further liability
It is ordered that Tiiesilnv. tli fill, .in..
of June, A. D. 1905, at 10 o'clock, a. m.,
is me ume sei lor neanng said petition,
iu the Courtroom of the Fourth Circuit
Court, nt TTHn TTnutnW of ...1.IM. .I.-.....1
place all persons interested may appenr
and show cause, if any they have, why
the prayer of said petition should not be
Duted. Hilo, Hawaii, April ao, 1005.
By the Court:
A. S. LKBARON GURNEY, Clerk.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
W. S. Wish,
Attorney for Petitioner. 36-4
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate of ANA PO AI,
Notice Is liprdiv (.lv-ii tlml ttm ....!..
sinned has been unnointed Ailminlstmtrlv
It's Up to Him
ID it ever occur to you that
your printed matter is one of
the things that point largely
to your style of tiding busi
ness ? What do you think of
a man whose stationery is
poorly printed? Don't you
unconsciously get the im
pression that he is careless in
his business methods? Isn't
it a fact that all the bill
heads, letter-heads, booklets,
pamphlets and circulars j'ou
send out are each and every
one a good advertisement for
you if neatly done, and a bad
ad. if poorly executed ?
Put It Up to Us
for good work
The Hilo Tribune's
Job Printing Shop
We have secured the services of Mr.
J. E. Rocha from May ist, and will oficr
in connection with our other lines:
A Strictly First-Class Tailoring Depart
ment. A large line of Woolen Goods 'is now in
stock and extensive additions arc on
No effort will be spared to -make this de
partment a credit to the community.
Special attention will be given to Ladies'
Tailor-Made Skirts and Suits.
ofthe Estate of Ana Poai, deceased, and
that all nersmis Imvliu. rlnl.na mni...i
said estate, whether secured or otherwise,
urc hereby notified to present the same to
the undersigned nt Kukuihaele, Hnma-
Kim. iiawau, 1. it., uuiy verified and
with proper vouchers, If nny, within six
months from tlip ilni nf ,t.U ..nil....
otherwise said claims will he forever
JENNIE KAWAI KUIKAHI,
Hilo. Anrll n. lone.
W. S. Wish
Attorney for Estate. 34-4
Notice is hereby given that Ting Kee,
Honunpo, Kau, has mnde a voluntary
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. The creditors of
said Ting Kee nre requested to file their
claims with the undersigned within thirty
days, nnd nil persons indebted nre re
quested to call aud pay the same nt once.
All claims must be certified.
R. T. FORREST,
Assignee of Ting Kee.
Hon.UD.no, Kau, April 34, 1905, 36-4
Registered Fox Terrier pups, out of
Wooiii,AWN Mnimsi v, American Kennel
Club number 75370 best bitch ever seen
in Hawaii by Saiiinic IIuiomti.ic.iit, A.
K.C. number 7mS). Winner ofthirtyone
prizes though n young .log. Brought
1 100 when only u puppy.
Address P. O. Box 333, Hilo, Hawaii.
Curd or Thuuks.
The Kohala Club sincerely thank all
who nsslsted it to win the Automobile iu
the Honolulu Bulletin priru contest.