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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
TORJ.Y 1111,0 'lKll!IW,JWi HAWAII, W3DAY, MAV i m
It Is )onr dill) In vnlrnn Nnlurdii) i A. Altous is now in I tonoliiln oti husi
iootvterit(i rorWi Willi MclioUto i .,
Mrs llenrv Haves Is visiting Mrs.
Fitmcntix nl Olan
Treasury Viirrmils.20i to.SSonrc piy
able on presentation.
Sam. S. Peck arrive liy tomorrow's
Klii.m for n visit to hist faiuilv.
C. C. Kennedy wont lo Honolulu Inst
week on Important business.
Mrs. Hurry Wicks or Oln.i, wis n pis
scngcr to Honolulu on tin Kin.iu.
U. S. Labor ComnilsslnuiT C. I'. Niell
nud Victoi S. CI irk arrived in town yes.
W. O. Oge, mnl wife of Pnhnla went to
Honolulu Inst week for n visit of n couple
Deputy Sheriff W. A. Hotter will lien
cimUiliUc for Deputy Sheriff for the Dis
trict or Hito.
Clms. II. Willi mis nnuounces himself
ns a cniiiUtlnlc for County Attorney in
this issue of the Tkimjnu.
II. A. Motl-Smith nml A. W.Cntternrc
in Wnlinea having gone over-land bv way
or Kmi nml Konn.
J. S. l'ircrs nml family, formerly in
chnrgc of n store lit nine miles ileparlctl
for I'nin, Mnui. on the Kinnu.
Alex. Young has bought the Mo.inn
Hotel, which he will run partly in con
junction with the Young Hotel.
Mrs. Rogers nml her daughter Miss
Clara Rogers were passengers on the
Sierra from Honolulu on the anil.
The running expenses of the House
were $26,828,38 nml of the Senate f 13,.
557.27 during the regular session.
L. A. Thurston nml A. W. T. Rottom
ley were returning passengers on the Hc
lcuc departing on Thursdry of last week.
The Sun typewriter is really n fine ma
chine, $40 Willi N'ichols Co.
Mr. Frnncis Gay anil wife mnl Georgl
nnn Lacy were the guests of Mr. anil Mrs.
John A. Scott during their slay in Hilo.
Your vote Is needed between !l anil
8 p. 111. .Saturday.
Sheriff John C. Searle was n departing
passenger on the Kinnu for Kohala. He
goes to inspect the work of his depart
ment. Reeo nml Snnuldini!. Postmasters nt
Kolon, Knuni, chnrgcil with embcil
ing Government funds hnve both plend
Sheriff Searle and Archie Hapai re
turned from Kau nml Konn nftcr n week's
ntleudnncc upon the Third Circuit Term
The Annual Meeting of the Hilo Ten
nis Club for the election of Officers will
take place on Thursday evening ntthe
rooms of the Hoard of Trade.
If you w ill get on "liver Ready" pocket
Hash light you will not need to strike n
match in the dnrk to find something lost.
Moses & Rnymoud have them.
Prof. Koebel of the entomological
department of the Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry went to the Mainland on
n combined business nud pleasure trip.
1'. W. Milverton, formerly stenogra
pher for Judge Little is now practicing
law in Oklahoma. He expects to return
to Honolulu in the fill nud open an office.
George Itvvnrt nccoiup.inied I.. A. Thurs
ton nml party in their inspection of the
Ol.ia Sugar Company's properties. He
returned with Mr. Thurston 011 the He
lene. Mrs. ltuuice Greggs will open n curio
ntnml nt tile Volcano House, where lavn
specimens nud sulphcr crystals nud other
Hnwaiinu relics may be obtained bj the
Dr. Orniond Wnll will nrrive from
Maui by this Kinnu, nud will remain in
Hilo for nbout ten dnys. Dr. Wnll hns
spent the last four weeks on Mnui on n
The Hitchcock family have been mi
jouruiug nt their mountain residence.
The beautiful llornl display nt the I'irst
Foreign Church 011 Sunday was due to
the bounty of Wniliiiii.
Miss Georginna Lacy of Sintn Ilarbara,
California, who is the guest of Mr. nud
Mrs. l'rnucis Guy wns 11 visitor to the
Volcano last week. The party left for
Lnuul on the Ilelcue on Thursday.
(load clenu delegates lll give us a
good el on n ticket.
Attention is called to the proclamation
of the Governor appearing for the first
time in todays paper. No Tax Assessor
nml Collector or Deputy Tax Assessor and
Collector will be elected nt this coming
Clarauce Crablie, Chairman of the last
Territorial Committee prior to A. G. M.
Robertson, has announced himself ns 11
cnudidate for Shuiff of O.ihu. A. M.
Drown lias also announced his caudidacj
for the Mime office.
Clans Spreckels, after an absence of
twelve years was an arrival by the Inst
Aliuedn nml is now renewing old acquain
tances in Honolulu. The Sugar king
will probably make 11 tour of the Islands
before his departure.
II. Griggs Holt, the popular Honolulu
society man, nnd formerly U. S. Shipping
Commissioner has received the position
ofchief clerk in the Pacific Mail office nt
Hong Kong, departing for his duties 011
the Manchuria last week.
Piling enhiiiotsmid cud Indoles
Alitoue Oik is the editor of n new Por
tuguese paper called "O Fncho."
A. It. Sutton will ntrive on the Pnlls of
Clytli1 the lntter part of this week.
Archer lrwiu has returned from nt
tendance 011 the Third Circuit Court.
Dr. Norggnrd vvasn depaitilig pnsseiv
gor from Knwaihae by last week's Kinaii.
Jubge Robinson nnd wife left yesterday
on the trmisjKirl Login for a trip to the
Mrs. J. G. Ward wnsn passenger to Ma
liukoua on the Kiii-111, where she will
make n short visit.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Wall of Wnll, Ni
chols and Cotnp my, dep irted on the Sier
ra for nil extended trip.
ShcriffJolui C. Searle will be n candi
date for the office of Sheriff ol the
of the County of Hawaii.
Vote nt the Primaries on Satur
day. Miss Caroline Potter is giving n scries
of musical lictures nt the Hilo Hotel,
which nre largely attended.
The best sewing machine oil, needles
nud other sewing machine supplies nt
Moses & Raymonds. Phone 17S.
The ship Palls of Clyde left Sin Fran
Cisco for Hilo on April 27th, nud not on
April J2il, ns previously reported.
John Ross look his wife to Honolulu
by the Inst Kinnu, hoping that n change
of scene nnd climate might benefit her in
mind and health.
Post Office Inspector Ilnre, wns an ar
rival by the Mauna Loa nt Kailua, vvh-re
he is investigating the post-offices of Knu
mid Konn districts.
A. Richley wns unable to get awaj by
die Kiuati Inst week, but hopes lo nrrnnge
his business affairs so that he may catch
the Mongolia of the 19th.
The High Test Soda Works under the
management of Frank dc Camarn has
been started on Front Street, near the
California Fruit Market.
Dr. J. J. Grace has again resumed the
practice of medicine. In company with
his brother he spent the latter pirtol last
week nt the Volcono House.
Mrs. John Holland returned home Inst
Friday. She prefers the quietness and
coolness of her home nt Kapoho to the
excitement nud heat of the city.
Take lire minutes olf (0 cast a vote.
News hns been received from Mr. W.
I. Mndcirn, until recently Post Master nt
Hilo, announcing his nrrival nt St. Louis
where he is now located ns Post Office
The House Committee of the ledge of
F.Iks announce n Indies socinl evening nl
their club rooms on Saturday night, Mny
20th. Cards nud dancing will be features
of the evening.
Manuel Kcgo, the defaulting post-master
of Kolo.i, Kauai, Ins made restitution
to the United States Government, his
last payment being 27,055. He has not
yet been sentenced,
Frank 11. Cook of Honolulu has been
Yisiting his brother Thos. 15. Cook of
Ohm during the pnst leu days. This is
Mr. Cook's first visit to Hilo within
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify nud place the same on
the market for yon. Liberal cash nd
vnuces made on shipments. '
Former Minister to Hawaii during Hie
Republic, Untold Sewell depirled last
w eek w ith his family for F.urope, w here he
expects to remain several jcurs, spending
this summer in Switzerland.
Send proper delegates to tho
County cum cut ion.
Mrs. M. Farrell, accompanied by her
daughter mid two sous, was a depirtiug
passenger from Hilo. Mrs. Farrell has
been in charge of the Kaiiilxivv for the
past two mouths. She leaves for the
Mrs. Post and Mrs. M.ibel Nagle of
Washington D. C. nfter n visit of several
days nt the Volcano House, returned to
Honolulu, from where they will go to Ja
pan. They will spend one year touring
the Mikado's empire.
Chinaman Itnlilicd ami Killed lit linn
It) Porto Ittcau.
A Potto Ricnu by name Liberal" Oto,
is now under 111 lost in Kau for the murder
of Akniuu, a Chinaman who has been the
wntoi man for the plantation there during
the past seventeen yenrs. His body wns
found 011 Satin day the 29th of April with
a bullet in his brain mid his head nlmost
severed from the body. The police im
mediately stalled on the hunt for the
murderer, and after several days nrrcsled
the Porto ltlcnti, who has since confessed
his guilt nnd is bound over to the next
term of the Court. About two weeks ngo
Akamii had received threats from the
Porto Rican, who was pirticularly de
sirous of finding out fiotti the Chinaman
ns to when certain mniicvs were lobe
paid to him. The theory is that the
Potto Rican was under the impression
thai the Chinaman had received his
money, and he accordingly wnylaid him
at the water-bond about four miles above
Kinnu Departures, .Ma) lh.
Mrs. M. Farrell, daughter nnd two sons;
Mrs. II. Wleks, Mrs. J. 1 Downing, Miss
Mne Dills. Mrs. J. G. Wnrd, II. A. Lnl,
J. S. Pires, wife nnd four children; Dr.
Norggnrd, IJ. A. Moll-Smith, H. A. Peavis,
II. J iniieson, Ilarou K. S. von Kodn, Miss
M. Stillmnn. .Miss M. llatdwin, Jno. Ross
nud wife, A. Ahrcns, W. C. Irwin, R. W.
Shingle, Miss Sexton, Miss Luce, Mrs.
Post, Miss Mabel Nagel, C. C. Kennedy.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Our new Hue for the spring of 1905 hns
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment nud the choicest designs ever
offered in Hilo.
L. TURNI5R CO., Ltd.
Messrs Jnmlcsou nud Irwin, Auditors
for the OI.ui Sugar Company returned to
Honolulu during the week.
Kvaugclist Ostroni arrived in Honolu
lu on the 3rd where he will carry on his
work. He has with him Mr. John P.
Hillis, who will have charge of the chorus
work, mid Mr. Ficd. Duller, who is one
of the best singers ill America.
Governor Carter has booked for the
Alameda on June 2SU1 for San Francisco,
where lie will meet the Tuft pirty nud
return with them on July 1st. Miss Alice
Roosevelt is n member of Secretary Tnft's
party, 011 their trip the Phillipiues.
P. Maurice McMuhon. the well known
Hilo poet, and at one time the stenogra
pher of the Circuit Court, has been lo
cated in Mexico for the past year or so.
He is enroute to ltuglnud by way of New
York, where he will visit his family.
The Inst day for filing nomination pa
pers in the office of the Governor for the
coming county election is Mny 31st, so it
behooves every candidate to get in his
list of names by that date if he expects
lo have his name placed on the ballot.
The Japanese having charge of the
ciucmiuogrnph, which recently exhibited
in Hilo, was killed at Hakalau in one of
the camps by the explosion of the gas
tank, used in connection with the appa
ratus, while he was giving a performance.
Your vote Is as good as v our neigh
bors anil heller.
On May 1st the largest haul offish ever
caught on the Kona coast, was pulled in
the nets in Kailua bay. 15,000 nkule be
ing the result of the dujs fishing. There
seemed lo be no end to the school nfter
school of fish, that came into the harbor.
The social given nt the First Foreigu
Church wnsn very enjoyable nffair, nud
nil that turned out last Fridny evening
nnd enjoyed the warmth nnd heartiness of
the greeting extended to them by the
members of the Committee, have nothing
Isodor Gnrnia, the Porto Rican report
ed in last week's paper ns having been
stnbbed by Jose Marin Oliviern, died
from the result of the wounds inflicted
The murderer was arraigned before Judge
Hnpai on Friday nnd hns been committed
to the Grand Jury.
J. A. Cunningham of Salt Lake City,
who passed through Hilo a ear ago with
his sou nud two daughters, nud who wns
nt that time u prospective purchaser of
Col. Sam. Norris' 183,000 acre cattle
much, has gone to Mexicoand has started
ranching oil a large scale. The deal with
Norris fell through.
Donald S. Dow man was a imssenirer to
'Honolulu by the Mauna Loa, where he
has gone to meet some of his old com-
j rndes in Troop "II" Seventh Cavalry, U.
S. Army. Mr. Dow man wns connected
juith Troop "H" when it was located in
I Arizona several years ngo, being detailed
on the special duty of interpreter with u
fluent knowledge of three different Indian
1 Primiirlch on Saturday at
At tlie annual
.Mosl Violent Shocks Poll In Keren!
Malililnis in Hilo nud vicinity thought
that their last day had arrived nud vis
ions of Mount Pelee loomed up before
them, while Hie Knmnnluns recalled the
incidents of the earthquakes of K6S,
1.H81, 1887 nml 1896 nud realized Hint ns
soon ns the angry gods hnd finished their
battles, that all would be quiet nnd peace
ful again. The seismic disturbances Hint
commenced Inst Wednesday afternoon
nnd lasted through the night and early
morn, nre the hardest shakes given Hilo
since the early eighties. Willie no crack
opened through the town ns in 1896, yet
the vibrations seemed more violent. The
first shock nt 3:18 nud the second nt 4:10
in the iiflernoou caused considerable
damage to furniture, bric-a-brac mid
china, nnd while there were shakes mid
jolts during the night nt 6:34, 10:38, 10:55,
11:10, 1:00 nud nl intervals during the wee
hours of the morn, yet there wns no
groat damage done, except lo nerves nnd
delicate stomachs. The Hilo Drug Store,
which suffered so considerably in 1896,
escaped damage on this occasion. The
frequency of the shocks nud nt such short
intervals seemed to portend something
ominous, nnd it wns this feeling Hint
aroused the inhnbilnuts more than the
damage to pcrsonnl belongings. The
shocks were felt nt the Volcano House,
causing the breaking up of the sulphur
banks. No npparcut difference has been
noted in Mndnm Pclc's continuous per
formance, so there wns apparently no
connection between the Volcano and the
subterranean rush of gas, lava nnd steam,
which Bent the molecules of the earth
tumbling over each other in the violent
seismic waves of last Wednesday. On Fri
day evening Hilo received nnothcr visltn
tion on n stnnll scale. There were two
shocks about 5 p. m., nnothcr nt 6:30,
one nt 7:15 nud nnothcr nt 8:20. On Sun
day evening nt 7:20 p. 111, another shock
nrouscd the memory of mail, "Less lie
forgetl Less he forgctl"
To Meet Miss I'cck nud Dr. Wnll.
The mnsqucrndc given this Fridny
evening by Mrs.Chr. Cnstendyk and Miss
Mary Shipnian in honor of Miss F.milie
S. Peck and her finncc, Dr. O. F. Wnll,
promises to be the lending social event of
the season. The invitations nre quite
unique, being in the form of red hearts
with engraving in white ink. The mas
quers will be given the freedom of the
Sliipmnu Immense home, where between
dances they mny carry on their coquetries
and deviltries to their heart's desire. At
the Cnstendyk home ncross the way re
freshments will be served, during which
the identity of your nrdent wooer or of
the girl Hint gilted you, will be disclosed,
Only those in mnsquc will be permitted
to dance during the early part of the
evening, After the unmasking the floor
will be tendered to the shy mid unsophisticated.
Farewell to Dr. Thompson.
Waiohiuu society were entertained at
cards and dancing last Saturday night by
Mrs. A. II, McCarthy. The occasion
was in Hie nature of n farewell to Dr. L.
S. Thompson, who leaves shortly for n
six mouth's tour of the Stales, Mexico and
Central America. A pleasant eveiilni'
was enjoyed by nil. Those present were
.Mr. nnd Mrs. II. G. Dertelman, Mr. nud
Mrs. W. II. Hayselden, Mr. nnd Mrs. It.
A. Irish, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Wilhelni.
Mr. mid Mrs. G. J. Decker, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Sam Knuhanc, Misses Den Taylor. Lily
K. Aulil, Petcrman, McComber.nnd Lou
isa Mciuccke. Messrs. Lester Pctcrmnu,
Win. Lowry. F. Il Hnyseldcn, W. P.
Hart, Chas. Auld, F. C. F.atou, A. C. Ro
gers, J. II. Mnkino, Lou Rogers, Dr. L.
S. Thompson, G. II. Gere, J. Aheong,
nud Thos. O'Drieu of Honolulu.
To (lo To Koine.
The IU. Rev. Libert Doeynnems, Dishop
of .eugania, Roman Cntholic Dishop of
the Hawaiian Islands, left by the Alnmeda
for Rome, to pay his respects to His Ho
liness, Pius X. He will be accompanied
by Father Vnleutine ns his chnplnin.
While nwny, the Dishop nnd Father Vnl-
entine will cnll on Cnrdinnl Archbishop
Uiblmn nt Dnltimorc, nnd on President
Roosevelt in Washington, In Washing
ton they will seek to gniu favorable con-
slilerntion for the proposed amendment
to the Organic Act so ns to permit of the
incoiporatiou of the Catholic Church
here with its holdings of lands, which in
the aggregate in the Territory, exceed x,-
000 acres. In Furonc thev will! visit
Delgiuni and their native towns.
Two Orphans. .
Lnst Weduesilny n Gnlntinu vvomnn in
Olan with two children received news of
the killing by accident of her husband nt
Court ! the const, and the shock wns so great that
she died the sniue dny. Her children,
election of the Hilo & one n sweet girl of four yenrs nnd the
leld in Honolulu hist 1 other n little boy of 2 years, nre now at
week, Mr. Peck and his associate officers ' the home of Dr. Russel. Dr. Russel says
lefused to accept reelection, and the fob that the children nre of good parentage
lowing were elected as the officers of the I nd that he will turn them over to any-
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Company: J. F. Drown, President; Di.
Cooper, Vice President; J. C. Jones, Secre
jury and Treasurer, Dr. Wesson, Auditor;
nud n board of Directors consisting of A,
I M ilrown, J. A. Oilman, H. II. Gehr, W.
,11 Ashley nnd J. S. Wnlker.
r splendid opportunity
one desirous of adopting them.
most popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the TuuiUNlS,
A Safe Medicine.
Mothers of small children need not
hesitate to iidmiuister Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contuiiis no oninlc
to secure the or narcotic in any form nnd mny be given
r,ri.ift'. riMiWiMw i.fcEii 4 iji 1
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVF. IN HONOLULU AND DI'.PART AS FOLLOWS.
M. T. W. T.
12 I Ventura .
Sierra ,M 3 . 4
8 9 IKorca -M
Siberia IO II
10 IbX Alamcda 18
9Q 23 ISIcrrn nr
uu "Sonoma 24 Zll
9Q 30 31 Alnmeda
Cto China (Aorangi Juno 2
Vessels whose names appear OVF.R the dnle ARRIVF. from the Const.
Vessels whose nnuics nptwnr RKLOW the date DKPART for the Coast.
Destination of VeRsels-() To San Francisco, (!) To Colonies; (J) To
Victoria; II. C; (J) To Yokohamn.
S. S. Klnau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday nl 10:00 a. in.
S. S. Mnuun Ioa'8innll closes in Hilo on Saturdavs nnd Tuesdnvs marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. in., arriving ill Honolulu nt daj light liiree days later.
Wc have secured the services of Mr.
J. E. Roclia from May ist, and will offer
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-Madc Skirts and Suits.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Aunlysis Mndc nnd Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphato of Ammonium
Sulphato of Potash
Fertilizers for sale in lnrgc or smnll Humilities. Fertilize
Spccinl Lawn Fertilizer.
Nitrate of Soda
H. C. Phosphatos
your lawns with our
P. O. DOX 767,
C. M. COOKIJ, President.
It. F. DISHOP, Treasurer.
G. II. ROIIF.RTSON. Auditor
It. D. TItNNItV, Vice-President.
J. WATF.RHOUSH. Secretary.
W. M. ALItXANDF.R, C. II. ATIIF.RTON
75 Acres, Unim
proved; Lot No.
3 1 8. nea r 22-
Milcs, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
7 Acres, Im
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
P. O. BOX 34G.
to 11 biby with ns much confidence ns to j
uu adult. It always cures nud cures j
quickly. For wile by II ilo Drug Co.
The former partnership composed of C.
P. Denton and Glosue Arioli under the
firm mime of Ileutou A Arioli, has this
day by mutual coiibent been dissolved.
0. P. DKNTON,
May 5, 1905. as 3
Subscribe for the TiuauNlt. Subscript
lion $3,50 per year.
I will be a candidate for the Office of
County Auditor at the county election,
7- T. J. RYAN.
I will be n candidate for the office ol
Honokun, Hawaii, May 5, 1005, 23-.J
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