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THIS WKUKLY HII.O TRintTOli, too, HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAV 0, 1905,
6k4id HI WM JI.MJ
Till! 11ANANA TltAlU:.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Samuel O. Jntie of llnunliinii wns n
visitor in lown lust Thutsdny.
Just In, a full line of Reach Baseball
Gloves and Mitts. Willi, Nichols Co.
Malingers Walker nnd Horner departed
for Honolulu on plantation business Inst
Sniul S. 1'cck of Honolulu will bo In
Hllo next week nnd will visit with his
family here nlout one week,
Miss Nell Pomeroy, of WiiU Nichols &
Co,, is now on her vacation, which she
will spend In the wilds of Olna.
John T. Molr has been under the wea
ther during the past week, but Is up nnd
nbout though not unite himself.
Miss Clnta Stone succeeds Miss Kstlier
Pomcroy ns teacher in the Union School
for the balance of the school year.
Large stock of boys' knee pants and
waists just opened nt K. N. Holmes.
Win. Silver, the head hum nt Papalkou
is the proud father of a bouncing baby
girl, which came its nn Kaster greeting
Sunday, April 23rd.
Mnx Trncy leaves today on the MnrsMi
for the Knst, where he will coutiuue his
schooling. Mrs. Tracy will join her son
ns soon ns school closes.
The latest improved "Victor" Phono
graphs nnd records nre on sale at Moses t
Raymonds. Step In nnd hear them.
The TriiuinK has received the marriage
nnuouncenient of Mr. Heur M. Alex
ander to Miss Ina I). Weist on April 5,
1905, nt Hcd Illufl", California.
Rev. W. C. Stewart of Hllo, Rev. A.
W. Hall of Paiutito, nnd Rev. Ponton
Smith of Koluiln, are in attendance upon
Episcopal work in Honolulu.
A fine new line of negligee shirts,
latest slvlc nnd design nre offered by L.
Turner Co., Ltd.
Homer L. Ross has definitely decided
to locate in the States, his law library
nnd personal effects being shipped to
him by yesterday's Knterprlse.
Dr John J. Grnce was an arrival on the
S. S. Mnnchurin last Tuesday, nftcran
eight mouths absence to the States nnd
Loudon. He will arrive on this week's
K. P. Nichols, who hns for the past few
years been associated with the Hllo Mer
cantile takes n six weeks' vacation to the
const, leaving yesterday on the S. S. Kn
terprlse. The Jury for the Pcbruary Term which
was excused until yesterday has been ex
cused for the Term, it appearing that
there would not be nuy great number of
cases for trial.
It is rcallv economy to use "Good
Form" clothes hangers both for ladies
nnd gentlemen; try them, Moses S: Ray
mond will refund your money if you arc
Chas. T. Neal nnd Victor Clarke, from
the Pedcral Bureau of Labor are on the
Island of Hawnii investigating the labor
situation. They will arrive iu Ililo with
in n day or so.
A resolution was offered by Peruaudcz
in the House requesting the resignation
of J. II. Howland, Asst. Supt. of Public
Works and formerly of Hllo, but the
same was defeated.
Pine assortment of curtain screens, new
patterns, just opened at Holmes'.
P. C. Ileamer will leave during this
mouth with his next best friend "The
Ileamer Special" for a trip to the far Hast.
They will cycle it through Japan, parts
of China nnd the Philipiues.
Wm. Hay, the Manager of the Hono
mu Store left on the Kinnu for n three
mouths vacation iu Scotland. During
his absence the store will be under the
supervision of David Pullar.
Did you know you could buy baby
juui)crs, door swings and go carts at
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd, f
Mrs. Ward, the mother of W. S. Ward,
Manager of the Olnn Store was an arrival
by the Amy Turner, which came into
port last week. She is on n visit of
several mouths with her sou iu Olna.
Miss Ksther Pomcroy leaves today on
the "W. II. Marston" for n year's absence
to her old home iu Ipsnlnuti, Mich. She
will taken course iu Normal training at
the State University before her return to
Ladies vests, large sizes, nt Holmes'.
I?. W. P.step, formerly of Honokna mid
well known iu and about Hilo and this
side of the Island of Hawaii, has been
appointed Secretary of the Hoard of Kdu
cation, and will henceforth be located iu
Willie Napier, son of John Napier who
met with rather 11 serious accident while
riding horse-luick nt Wniakea, is improv
ing und Indications are that he will pull
through without much permanent injury
to his arm.
New Due Chcfou, Muslin dc Sole, nnd
other white goods at K. N. Holmes'.
The Schooner "Bertie Minor", P.O.
Raven, Master, arrived from Kurckn,
Cal., iu 30 days, with 311,100. feet of lum
ber, valued nt 5,827.71. She sailed in
around the buoy without the assistance
of the tug.
Mr. John M. Ross lost his only child of
about one year of age, liibt Wednesday
evening. The child had been sneering
from bowel trouble for about nine
days. The funeral took place Wednes
day afternoon at one o'clock.
Ncwlaccnand fancy ribbons nt Holmes',
N. C. Willfong is nt Wnimen on tnx
Priino Lager Is nn ideal family bever
age. Sold everywhere. Try it,
T. II. Roberts, of Alnbamn, hns succeed
ed Mr. Harry Gray iu the Haknlau Store,
J. G. Pratt, the new Honolulu Post
master took charge of his office yester
day. Misses Lldgatc ami Madden were de
parting passengers to Honolulu from Lntt
pnhochoc by the last Kinnu.
The full-rigged ship "Ilangalore" with
P. II. lllauchard ns Master arrived iu 16
dnys from San Pedro, Cal., iu ballast.
Men's straw hats, newstocksnt Holmes',
L. A. Thurston, accompanied by K. A.
Mott-Smltli nnd A. W. Cnrtcr nre inspect
ing the Olna Sugar Company's properties.
Mcssers Jnmlcson nnd Irwin of llishop
it Cotupiny were nirlvnls on the Inst
Kinnu to audit the books of the Olnn
A. W. T. Ilottomlcy of Itlshop & Co.
arrived by the Knterprlse to audit the
books of the Olan Sugar Coinpiny nnd
the Hllo Railway Company.
A. Richley leaves on the next Kinnu
for the Knstcm Slntes where he will re
present 1111 Hawaiian syndicate iu build
ing up n lumber trade for the Islands.
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. N. Holmes contemp
late leaving for the Coast 011 the next
Knterprlse. Mr. Holmes goes relative to
the estate of his brother, M. V. Holmes.
Capt nnd Mrs. W. C. Wnrlnnd nre now
in Honolulu visiting friends. Capt. Wnr
lnnd returns on lodny's Kinnu, while
Mrs. Wnrlnnd will remain n couple of
Mrs. John A. Scott nnd dnughtcr Miss
Margaret spent the latter part of Inst
week nt the Volcano House, enjoying
the cool mountain breezes nnd Madam
Pole's magnificent display.
Gent's nuto enps nnd child's sailor lints
just opened nt Holmes'.
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. K. Pearson nre de
parting passengers oil the Schooner "W.
II. Marston". Mr. Pearson will probably
locate iu Portland or in that nclghltorhood
iu the harness nnd saddlery business.
R. W. Shingle, of Honolulu nnd Mrs.
Post nnd Mrs. Mnbcl Nnglc of Washing
ton, D. C. were arrivals by the S. S. En
terprise on Priday. They were guests
nt the Volcano House Saturday and Sun
day. If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest tnnrkct prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the snuic on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
New stock of Indies' nnd gentlemen's
hosiery nt K. N. Holmes'.
The Americau-Hawuiiau S. S. "Ameri
can", witli T. P. Colcord ns Cnptnin de
parted with 15,000 bags of sugar from
the plantations about Ililo. She carried
n total cargo of 7,87a tons of sugar, vol
ued ut 783, 506.00.
Judge Parsons has promulgated n set
new rules for the Circuit Court of the
Pourth Circuit, which went into effect
yesterdny. Thesis nbrogate nil previous
rules mid definitely settle a number of
questions as to practice.
Mr Harry S. Gray, the popular tennis
player of Haknlnu, nud until recently in
charge of part of the Haknlau Store, has
resigned his position at Hakalau to ac
cept n position with the firm of Theo. II.
Davis & Co. Ltd., nt Honolulu.
Mrs. Louise Hnpai succeeds Mrs. II. I!.
Klliot ns bookkeeper for L. Turner &
Co. Mrs. Hnpai lids held this position
before, but owing to ill health was forced
to give it up. She returns to her former
position after several months of well-deserved
Judge Matthcwiiiaii last Tuesday re
fused to recognize the papers of citizen
ship issued by Judge Little to Prank
Johnson of Waiinen, and of Judge IMiugs
to K. K, Olding of Kohala, on the ground
that the Circuit Judge hns not the
authority to make citizens.
Mrs. C. W. Mocfurlanc and Mr. Picker
who CHine up on the "La Palomo", de
parted by the last Kinnu for Honolulu,
Capt. Mncfnrlaue nscompauied by Prank
Hnlstcnd as Mate left Saturday for the
Kona side of the Island, where they an
ticipate a week of good fishing.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
S. S. IliilerprlM- Takes Ann? Itlff
I Cargo of Illiniums.
I When the S. S. Knterprlse sailed out
of lite harbor yesterday afternoon, she
carried nbout seven thousand five hundred
(7i5) bunches of bananas for San Fran
clsco. This stands among the largest
consignment of hntiauns shipped from
this port 011 this vessel. One year ngo In
March the shipment wns 2104 bunches,
April 4347 bunches, June 5383 bunches,
July 4230 bunches, August 5445 bunches,
September 4893 bunches, October 5884
bunches, November 6325 bunches, Jan
uary 8863 bunches, Pebruary 5561 bun
ches nud Mnrch 6316 bunches. As n
general rule these shipments go to nbout
50 consignees and are from nn equal
number of shippers. The unloading of n
big cargo like this to a great number of
consignees, makes It almost Impossible
to obtain good prices.
The Knterprlse nlso took nwny 30,409
bags of sugar from Hilo, valued at f 153,
926.24, and from Honolulu 18,050 hags of
refined sugar nud 1505 bags of raw sugar,
valued nt Jtio.sScj.oo. She also carried
front Hilo, 6950 pounds of codec, valued
nt ft, 000. Mr. K. P. Nichols nnd J. V.
Rny were departing passengers, together
witli 83 Japanese steerngc.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Atli-nipted Murder ul Ulan.
A stabbing nffrny between two Porto
Rlcaus nt Nine Miles, Olnn, on Inst Satur
day evening, may probably result in the
death of one of the participants. Jose
Marin Olivieru, the one who did the cut
ting was nrraiuged before Judge Hapai
yesterday, and his case continued over
one week, pending the illness of his
victim. Dr. Curtis, who attended the
wounded man, is not saumiine of his re
covery. K. N. Holmes went to Honokna yester
day 011 business.
Chns. Wcathcrbcc of Kapoho was n
Hilo visitor yesterdny.
Attention is called to the "ad" In this
issue of the Wniakea Saloon.
The Chess Club meets Saturday even
ing at the home of Dr. Henry Hayes.
The largest stock of Cluctt nud Mon
arch shirts in town at K. N. Holmes'.
The Catholic Ladies Aid Society will
have a special meeting on Saturday nt 3
p. m. at the usual place.
Judge Parsons has set the drawing of
the May jury for Thursday of this week
iu open court, as per notice in this issue.
A very interesting map talk was given
by Rev. Curtis K. Shields at the Foreign
Church last Sunday evening, In illustrat
ing the first of n series of lectures 011 "The
Journeys of Paul."
Kx-Mnnngcr II. W. Lnkc of the Alex
ander Young Hotel departed last week
for the Const, having resigned from the
managership of the hotel. Mr. Lake has
been connected with the hotel business iu
the Islands for the past four years.
The Waiinen cowboys arc planning on
bringing over six or eight horses to enter
iu the Fourth of July races. They plan
to capture the 400 prizes iu the pony
races, and will enter the three-eighths,
one-half and three-quarter mile races.
The new House Committee of the Klks
are planning 11 social and dance to be
given iu the Klks Hall within the next
two weeks. This will be the beginning
of a scries of social gatherings to be in
augurated by the new House Committee.
There will be a Church Social in the
Church parlors of the First Foreign
Church 011 Friday evening, May 5U1.
All are cordially Invited to attend and
participate iu the general sociability that
will be the order of the evening. There
will be no admission fee.
The stny iu Hilo of the party of five
children from the Koua orphanage, on
their tour of the island iu charge of Miss
Gnllasplc, wns without expense. Roth
the Volcano Stables for the care of ani
mals and Demosthenes Cafe for the en
tertainment of the party charged nothing.
A large assortment of suitings nnd
trouserings may be seen next Thursday
nt L Turner Co., Ltd.
John Wise gave a large lunii nt Wnitne.i
Inst evening iu celebration of the finish
ing of the Wnlmea reservoir, of which he
was the contractor. It was given during
the presence of Inspector Guy II. Gere
of the Supt. of Public Works department,
who is on a trip of Inspection nrouud the
Mrs. Kunice P. Greggs, recently of
Wnll, Nichols & Co. of Honolulu, was an
arrival by the last Kinnu to take chnrge
of the books of the Volcano House. Mrs.
Greggs will be remembered ns having
had charge of the I'loucr News Com
pany on Front htreet about three years
John Watt of Olna was the purchaser
of the Paty premises ot the miction held
on Saturday, the 29th of April, under or
der of sale by the Fourth Circuit Court In
the foreclosure proceeding brought by
the First American Savings nud Trust
Company, Ltd., of Honolulu, The prop-
erty solil lor nbout $4,000,
The Grand Kx.ilted Ruler of the Lodire
of Klks nrrived iu Honolulu last Tuesday
by the Manchuria oud departed on the
Alameda the following day. On Tuesday
night 11 grnud reception nnd bull was
given nt the Hawaiian Hotel by the Ho
nolulu Lodge of Klks. Owiuir to his
limited btny he wns unable to visit the
local Herd of deer iu Hilo.
1111,0 IIOAItl) Or' THANE.
Decides to Organize n Frull (Jroners
At the regular meeting of the Hilo
Hoard of Trade held last Friday evening,
the report of Mr. U.K. Kclsey 011 the
banana and fnilt trade was read. Mr.
Kclsey's report, n copy of pnrt of which
appears elsewhere iu this issue, nrouscd
the interests of the members of the Ilonrd
of Trade to such nil extent that, after con
siderable discussion, a committee was
formed for the purpose of forming a
Fruit Growers Organization. This com
mittee consists of J. W. Mason ns chair
man, nnd L. A. Andrews, II. Vicars, L.
Turner nnd II. IJ. Kelscy. The recom
mendations of the Hoard of Trndc wns,
thnt the organization here should hntidlc
all the bunches of the planters; that they
would examine them nnd If they enmc up
to the str.udnrd, that each bunch was to
receive the stamp of the nssoclntion; to
establish representatives nt Important
centers to handle the bauaiins; nud thnt
a levy of five cents per bunch he chnrged
at the outset to cover the expenses.
The discussion of "Citizenship," a dis
course on which wns to be given by Mr.
Chas. M. Lcllloud, wns passed over to the
next regular meeting, owing to the illness
of Mr. LcBlond.
Tho Tennis Touriinmciit.
The Finals In the ladies singles was
played off last Snlurdny, with the result
that Mrs. Klllott wou from Mrs. Vicars
iu 6 to 3 and 6 to 4. On Sunday George
Hapai won from Cnrroll Mcllor in the
gentlemen's finals hi 6-3, 6-1, nud 6 2.
The toiirunmcnt will cud this week with
scmi-fiunls lit men's doubles on Wednes
day afternoon between Wm. Raiding nnd
Hnpnl on one side nud Vicnrs nud Klliot
on the other, nud the winuers of these
sets will piny Ilnldwiu nud Mcllor on
Saturday iu the finals of the men's
To tho Public.
The committee on arrangements for the
Ililo Foreign Chinch Entertainment
wish to thank the many friends who con
tributed from their ward-robes, the many
ladies who took part, nud the general
public for their patronage, all of whom
in their assistance contributed toward
making The Daughters of Fame n success.
On Saturday evening Miss Sylvana
Sylvester was quietly married at the
Catholic Church to Mr. Joe Dins. Only
the immediate friends of the family were
present. After the ceremony n reception
was held at the residence of the bride's
First Foreign Church.
Rev. Curtis K. Shields will preach next
Sunday, May 7th, as follows:
11:00 a. tn. "Hath the Lord spoken by
Moses?" Num. 12:2,
7:30 p. m. "Lystra and Dcrbc and the
region round about." Acts 14:6
A Snfo Medicine.
Mothers of small children need not
hesitate to odniiulstcr Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains 110 opiate
or narcotic iu any form and may be given
to n baby with ns much confidence ns to
an adult. It always cures and cures
quickly. For sale by Hllo Drug Co.
Our new line for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest designs ever
offered in Hllo.
L. TURNKR CO., LTD.
Card or Thanks.
Mr. nnd Mrs. John M. Ross of Hokalnu
desire to express their thanks for the
sympathy nnd many kindnesses extended
to them during their recent bereavement.
Ross Mary Stewart Ross, nirc one venr
nud three dnys, infant daughter of
joiin iu. koss 01 iiaknlati, on Wed
nesday, April 26th, 1905.
Sn.VKK To the wife of Wm. Silver of
Papaikou, on Sundny, April 33d,
I95i n daughter.
I will be a candidate for the Olfice of
County Auditor nt-the county election,
27- T. J. RYAN.
Registered Fox Terrier pups, out of
Woom.AW.v Moiwstv, Amcrlcnn Kennel
Club number 75270 best bitch ever seen
lu Hawaii by Saiiinu Hiuoiiti.iout, a,
K.C. number 75484. Winiier of thirty-one
prizes though u young dog. Drought
f 100 when only a puppy.
Address P. (). llox 232, Hilo, Hnwail.
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
All are cordinlly Invited to attend a
FAIR AND LUAU
to In: held at the
Hilo Armory, July 100
All donations for the benefit of the
Church will be highly apprecinted.
MRS. W. II. C. CAMPIIKLL,
Hol for the Races!
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE HAWAII JOCKEY CLUB
HOOLULU PARK - HILO - HAWAII
COMMKNCINO PROMPTLY AT TUN O'CLOCK A.M.
I. ,'4-Mllc, Free for all $150
2. tf-Mile, Hnwalinn Ilrcd 200
3. Milc, Pony Rnce, 14 hnnds or under BO
4. i-MI'.e, to Hnrncss, 2:30 Clnss.best two iu three 200
5. itf-Milc, Free for all 400
6. ,'4-Mile, Hawaiian llred 50
7. t-Mlle, Free for nil 260
8. Ji-Milc, Jnpnncso Race Swoopstakos
9. tf-Mllc, Ficc for nil 200
IO. I-Milc, Lnnn's Rnce 50
I I . -Milc, Donkey Rnce, riders to chnnge, Inst to
finish wins 20
Totnl- S 1 07O
Three or more to enter, three or more to Mart.
KNTRANCK FKK, 10 OF PURSK.
SKCOND HORSK TO SAVK KNTRANCK.
KNTRIKS TO CLOSK ON JUNK 30 AT 6:00 p. m.
SCRATCIIKS TO CLOSK ON JULY I AT 6:00 p. m.
BASEBALL CAME, $50.00.
. J. D. EASTON, Secretary.
We have secured the services of Mr.
J. E. Roelm from May ist, and will offer
iu connection with our other Hues:
A Strictly First-Class Tailoring Depart
ment. A large line of Woolen Goods is now iu
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.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Annlysli Made and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate nnd Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphato of Ammonium Nltrato of Soda
Bono MoqI h. C. Phosphates
Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilizers for sale In large or smnll iinntities. Fertilize your lnwns with our
Special Iiwu Fertilizer.
P. O. I10X 767,
C. M. COOKK, President.
It. F. BISHOP, Treasurer.
G. H. ROBKRTSON, Auditor
K. D. TKNNF.Y, Vice-President.
J. WATKRHOUSK. Secretary.
W. M. ALKXANDKR, C. II. ATHKRTON