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THU WUKKI.V HI1.0 TRIHUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, MAY 16, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
savim) Tin: 1 is 11.
Tin- pen Is niij-litU-r Hi ill llic iwoiil.
Try t lie llrnhnm pen.
Miss Knlherinc AIUmi. the milliner,
liiis lelurneil t( Honolulu.
Tlu- Sun typewriter is tenlly n fine tna
clilni', fjo Willi NMrlwils Co.
Mr. nuil Mm. 11. J- l.ymiiu of I'liim me
vUillne, I" II H11 fn n Tow iluys.
C. C. Kennedy wns n tcltiiuiiiK pawn
jcr from Honolulu on Wednesday l:ist.
Miss Mildred Horner or Ktikiiinu win n
returning pawncr on llic Falls of Clyde.
Mrs. Kotinlil C. Kennedy left Friday
for n visit lo her parents nt Oaklnnd, Cnl.
lly lust itmil Mrs. C. A. Slnhic received
tlies.nl news of the dentil of hrr fl'ler,
living In Canada.
Dr. C. L. Slow wns n passenger to Ho
nolulu 011 Friday's Kiunu in connection
with the Hoard of Heiiltli.
Miss Nell Potneroy lias severed hrr
connection with Walt N'iehols Co., Ltd.,
nnil will tnke n much needed rest.
Win. Williamson, representing Von
llninnt Young Co., was n Ililo visitor last
week on business connected with his firm.
Postal Inspector Frank J. Hare after
making n ten days' tour of the island
offices, returned to Honolulu on Friday
Rev. W. C. Stewart nnd Rev. Penton
Smith returned from Honolulu last
Wednesday after attending the Rpiscopal
Word has been received of the safe nr
rival of the Roderick Dim on Tuesday
last. I. II. Schoen and Win. Downer
J. S. Pircs, formerly connected with
Scrrno's Olna Grocery, is now manager
of the new Hygeia Soda Works just cstob
lished nt Knhului, Maui.
Judge Parsons is sitting on the supreme
bench this week In the Mngoon disbar
incut proceedings, In which Justice Hart
well mill Wilder arc disqualified.
Miss Potter will give her third "Rven
ing with Composers" this evening, Mny
16, at the Hotel parlor, at 8 o'clock.
Subject, "Handel, ltach and Haydn.
Mrs. R. 0. Curtis of Olna expects
shortly to leave for an extended visit to
her home in New York City, slopping en
route nt Snn Jose nnd other Callforniaiijre
fiorts. Chas. Weathcrby, in charge of the
Puiiri Sugar Company, is in the city and
reports that barely half of the cnue has
been cut nnd removed front the fields.
The work is progressing ns rapidly as
L. R.l'recmnu, who will be recalled as
n llilo visitor on the Commodore II. II.
Sinclair's private yacht about n year ngo,
is now engaged ns special correspondent
nt New South whales, Australia, for the
American Review of Reviews.
U. S. Rxperitncnt Station Director J.
G. Smith recently issued n circulnr letter
directed to managers of sugar plantations
on the island of Hawaii, stating that he
was willing to supervise the experimental
culture of tobacco on from one to five
ncrcs for each company. Lnupahoehoe,
Paauhnu nnd the Hnwaiiau Agricultural
Company have tnkeu the matter up.
C. D. Pringlc, formerly of Hitonnd one
of the successful applicants for govern
ment land In Palolo Valley, found in ad
dition to drawing a lot he nlso drew a
house, ns a part of his prize. Within the
lot he applied for is n nntive kutcaiin.
The owner of the kulcaua, however had
built his house, not ou the kulcaua, but
outside of it, so that legally it belongs to
Mr. Pringlc. Mr. Pringlc, however has
generously decided not to insist on his
legal rights, but will allow the owner of
the kulcaua to retain the ownership of
Sun the Point.
One of the latest nnd most serviceable
inventions yet produced for the benefit of
the business, work n-dny world is the re
servoir self-feeding pen. This is a patent
attachment which can be fitted to fifteen
or more styles of an ordinary pen, de
signed lo hold mi ample supply of writ
ing fluid to write twenty times longer
than any oilier steel pen. It is especially
adapted lor the use of bookkeepers, law
yers, school teachers, judges, bankers,
stenographers ami business men. Mr.
I.eou Mnltere for many years has made
mi extensive study of pens ami has select
ed the llraham patent pun as the most .
serviceable and satisfactory pen ou the
market. He has been appointed sole J
agent for the Territory. i
Woiihmi'h Meeting Today.
A meeting of the Women's Hoard will
be held in the parlors of the Foreign ,
Church at 3:15 this afternoon. There
will be nil opening address by Rev. C.
W. Hill, and a paper Iroiii the Women's 1
Hoard in Honolulu, after which the Rev. '
Mr. Mo will give an account of women's I
work in Canton, the place of his former
residence, A full attendance isdcsiiid.
Kiunu llt'piii'tiin'h, .Mny I'J.
J. II. Hare, I,. Hiisnell, Joseph Mom
nnd wife, Mrs. C. P. Heutoti, Mrs. Mcue
fogles, A. Richley and wife, . II. Lane
mid wife, Peter McRne, (J. W. Andrews,
John I.ycurgus, .. S. Cole anil wife, Win. ,
Williamson, Judge C. I'. Parsons, Miss '
Kuthurliie Allen, Mrs. R. C. Ki edy,
Dr. C. L. Stow, I
100 tv pew rltrr for f 50 Wall Nichols Co
No more blotting If ou lues the H in
built patent pen.
II is slali il there me 50" men at woik
ou the Kohata Ditch.
The Hrahatu patent pen isn self feeding
pen fur the business matt.
Peter McRne left l'riilny for n ten day's
business trip to Honolulu.
Piling cabinets nnd card Indexes Wall
Sheriff Scnrle returned from n business
trip to Kohaln Inst Wednesday.
I. 15. Ray has been confined lo his
home with n slight nltnck of malarial
Contractor Isaac I;rlct.son-expects to
have the Kntapnun load finished by the
end of the month.
The clothes hangers sold by Moses &
Raymond are Ihe kind that keep your
clothes in shape. Try a set.
Official proclamation appears in this
issue setting aside Tuesday, May 30th.
Memorial Day, ns n legnl holiday.
After n five mouth's visit to the Islands,
Mr. mid. Mrs. John II. I.nne have return
ed to their home nt battle Creek, Mich.
The passengers arriving by the Pulls of
Civile last Wednesday were A. K. Sultoti,
A. P. Chectham mid Miss Mildred
The Ladles' Social Circle of the Pirst
Porcigu Church will hold n business
meeting in the church parlors today at
Moses & Raymond wish lo announce
that there has been n reduction in price
of Hulterick patterns. They always have
the latest styles.
Senator Hrowu endeavored to insert in
the loan appropriation bill mi item of
f l,oo(i for water pipcliuent Lnupahoehoe,
but the motion was lost,
II. L. Shaw, who has been confined nt
the llilo Hospital for the past five weeks,
was able to be removed to his home nt
Reed's Hay on Wednesday last.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the llilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify nnd place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made ou shipments.
The receiver's side of llic Puna Sugnr
Co. which wns originally set for February
27II1 nnd subsequently postponed several
times, is set for next Saturday in front of
the Judiciary building, Honolulu.
Chairman W. H. Heers of the Republi
can District Committee is in receipt of 11
limited number of copies of the county
law, which ore for free distribution.
They may be had upon application nt his
Mrs. W. R. Pnrringtou, wife of Rditor
I'arrington of the Honolulu bulletin, nc
compauied by Mrs. R. .iimualt nrrived
by the Inst Kiunu, nnd nfter making n
few days visit with llilo friends, left
Saturday for the Volcano.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Richley departed IV-
dayforthe Coast. Mrs. Richley will
visit relatives in California nnd Mr.
Richley goes Fast in the interest of his
koa lumber piopositiou. He took with
him over fifty samples of Hawaiian wcods.
Ilnugiiloro (Jets Aviuy.
The American ship Hangnlore, P. II.
Hlauchard, master, completed loading
sugar Saturday, and nfter securing hei
complement of crewclenred for Delnwnre
Hreakwater yesterday morning. The
shipwrecked crew of the Martha Davis,
which wns burned Saturday night, nrc
without employment or means to return
to San Francisco, but Captain Hlnuchnrd
had already sent for additional seamen
from Honolulu, so that he could not tnke
them. The Haiigalorc carried the follow
ing sugnr: Olaa, 29,240 bags; Waiakea
Mill, 13,530 hays; Onomea, 5,152 bags,
and Pepcekeo, 2,800 bags.
A Safe .Medicine.
Mothers of small children need not ,
hesitate to administer Chamberlain's 1
Cough Remedy. It contains no opiate 1
or narcotic in any form mid mny be given
to a baby with ns much confidence as to
mi adult. It always cures nnd cures
quickly, l'or sale by llilo Drug Co.
St. James .Mission.
Services will be held next Sunday
(fourth after Raster) nt 7 a. m., ti a. in.
ami 7-30 p. 111
Itlgld lliifiirrriiiriil of tin' Neil
I'isli Inspector J. M. Herring is dill
gcnllv I'lifoieing llie new Inw kiwiI by
the legislature, ilctigttul lo prevent the
wmitiiu destruction of food fishes living
in the writ cm of the Territory.
I,rt week 11 number of nrrcsts were
made, ptiui'im1ly among Japanese for'
violating the law wllh reference lo fish
ing with nets, the mesh which measures
less than two inches stretched or one inch
square. Hetctofiur no lestrictiott has
bleu placid on the sire of the mesh or
opening in nets, nnd the fisherman have
been found using ns small as n one-quarter
inch mesh mid in some instances
mosquito netting. In this manner thou
sands upon thousands of the young fish
were caught, nnd when too small to be
enten were dumped on the bench. Sevc
rnl thousand were destroyed nt every
linul, until the passage of the Knlama
law, which prohibits the use of nets or
other contrivances having a smaller mesh
than ns prescriled.
Hy the ndoptlon of n one inch opening,
the smaller fish nrc permitted to escape
mid only marketable fish nrc caught. In
spector Herring says that Hie best Iln
waiiau food fishes are rapidly disappear
ing, because of the indiscriminate catch
ing of yout-g fish. Years ago, the waters
of Hilo Hay swarmed with fish nnd the
unlives often vvndcd nlong the bench with
pole mid line and caught quantities of
fish which nrc now quite rnre. lie confi
dently expects that under the new law
the food fishes will become plentiful mid
he has served notice on nil net fisherman
that no small mesh nets will be allowed.
There are six crews or companies of Jap
anese net fishermen along the Hilo beach,
who have been required to make new
nets to conform with the lnw mid nil
cast nets will be similarly modified.
The new law provides a penalty for in
fraction of the lnw of not less thnn 20
nnd not more thnn 200, or by imprison
ment not less than 10 nor more than 90
days, or by both imprisonment mid fine.
It is provided, however, that young fish
may be caught for the purpose of restock
ing ponds or for scientific or aquarium
It was n surprise to the United States
Pish Commission, when they nrrived
here lo find that greater restrictions of
this nature had not already been imposed
ou fishing, considering that the princi
pal source ol the Hawaiian's food supply
wns derived from fish. Under the old
konohiki fishing law, enacted in 1869, all
fishing grounds belonging to government
land were granted lo Ihe people but the
Minister of the Interior might taboo the
Inking of fish thereon nt certain seasons
ofthcyenr. The fishing grounds were
supposed lo extend one gcogrnphicnl
mile seaward from the beach nnd were
considered under the lnw ns the private
property of the konohiki, to whose land
by ancient regulations it belonged.
Like the government, the kouohikis
were empowered to indicate nt what
time or times the fish might be caught
on their fisliiug grounds. They might
even set apart for themselves one given
species or variety ol fish, giving public
notice oral or written lo their tenants
and others, to the effect. The specific
fish so set npnrt wns reserved for the ex
clusive use of the konohiki nnd when
caught by others was the konohiki's
property mid could be nppriprinted to his
own use. He nlso could exact, during
the fishing season, from each fisherman
among the teuumits, one-third part of nil
the fish taken upon his private fishing
grounds. It wns provided, however, that
the konohiki might taboo only one kind
of fish for his personal use.
S(K!Ii:i'V H.N ,MAS(IJi:.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
Following is a list of persons drawn for
the grand and trial juries for the May
term of Court in the fourth Circuit:
Grand jurors summoned to appear May
25i 1905.nl ion. 111.: Jonns Gamaliclson,
W. S. Terry, R. C. Saddler, W. G Safirey,
Titus K". Napoleon, A.J. W. McKenzie,
M. Rockey, Sam Haiua, Wilson Nahukue
lua, R. I). Haldwin, R. D. Junkin, J. M.
Kmilii, A. I.. Hall, W. Keliinui, R. P.
Patten, John Viirra, C. Victor, D. F, II.
Henry, A. P. Hrickwood, II. M. P. Rose.
Trial jurors summoned to appear May
31, 1905, nt 10 u. 111.: W. II. Hisermnn, C.
R. Thomas, Manuel Pacheco, Keith F.
Mackie. C. Carman, R. R. Raiding, F,
Hnuselt, I,. S. Ontario, Levi Kaleo, W.
' K. Campbell, P. K. Noihe, Henry Louis
sou, John Hale, P. P. Ilcuto, Jr. Wiu.
McKay, Jnmes Rtwkn, Phillip Ros J.
K. Like, David Reinhardt, George Maey,
I Win. Silver, Manuel Hranco, W. Fenian-
,., II. W. Fiucke. W. Iluwelu, M. de
1 There was no bloodshed at the Repub
lican printai ics last Saturday, which is
11 significant fact in view of the polling of
so large a vote which the outside gang
regards as irresponsible,
i Special jllceliiig.
I A KILAURA LODOR NO. 330,
I Vgy F.nnd A. M. There will be
special meetings of tin- above
lodge 011 the following evenings,
,"t 7 .V P. m.
I Wednesday, May 17II1, practice in third
Friday, M.iy 19, woik in third degree.
The regular stated meeting on Satur
day. May 20, 1905. Sojourning anil visit
ing biethren are cordially invited.
Uy ordei ol the W. M.
ltiMTpllou Dunce Tendered to
Miss Perk unit lr. Wall.
Society danced in masque nnd wig
Fridij evening nt the reception given by
Mrs. C. Cuslcudyk and Miss Shlpiitnti In
Riverside Park, In honor of Miss Rmilic
Peck mid Dr. Ormond Wall of Honolulu.
The beautiful Shipi'tatt home wns the
scene of mi niiiiiinted throng of dancers in
cosiume nud disguise most bewildeiing.
The spacious parlors were thrown open
to the revelers nud the broad latiais
formed cool retreats to those wearied by
mi exefss of merriment. An Hawaiian
quintette club furnished rythmic and
lively music for the occasion, mid the
guests danced until midnight, when the
parly ndjourncd lo the home of Mr. nud
Mrs. C, Ciislendyk, where a delightful
collation wns served.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnslendyk and Miss
Shiptnnti received the guests as they ar
rived, and at 9 o'clock a grand march
was formed in which the maskers were
reviewed by the guests of honor, Mr. mid
Mrs. Peck, Mr. mid Mrs. John Scott,
Mr. and Mrs. C. Fiirucnux, Mr. nud Mrs.
Stobic, Mr. nud Mrs. McKny, Mr. and
Mrs. H. V. Pnttcti, Mrs. Jules Richard
son mid Miss Harriet Hitchcock. Lovely
gowns were seen upon the floor, and a
variety of elaborate and ridiculous cos
tumes showed the skill exercised in their
Among the characters represented by
the masqueinders were Mrs. Kntzcti-
jammer (Mrs. R. D. Ilaldwlii) mid her two
fractious twins, who proved n mirth pro
voking trio in makeup nud nntics. Dr.
mid Mrs. II. II. Rlliot nctcd the pnrt of
these lively pair of youngsters. Sis
Hopkins' twins, portrnyed by Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. R. Metcalfe, were equally as
funny. The Sutidny Rxnmlncr, by G.
II. Gere, with Mrs. Gere ns the
Supplement, were original and unique
in design. Miss Ruth Gunrd as a Daisy
and Miss Sumner as a Sunflower were
dainty in costumes representing those
flowers. Miss Rmilie Peck, ns a Spring
Violet, wns nu nrtlstic crcntiou of loveli
ness. Mrs. Henry Hayes as a Humble
Hce in black draperies was a buzzing
rcnlity. Miss Genevieve Vcnnble made
n diaphanous mermaid of the sen, while
Miss Florence Scott wns a pretty travel
ing Gipsy inniil. Little Miss Marguerite
Shipmnu made a picturesque Lady Gains
borough, while other characters presented
were: Dresden lndy, Mrs. W. T. Haldlng;
Qunkcr mnid, Miss RsthcrLynian; Tryo.
line dancer, Miss Chola Souzn; Turkish
girl, Miss Sarah Lyman; the Cnrmiuc
Quartette, Misses Raton, Schmidt and
Weight nud William Weight; Puritan
maids, Miss Minna Alireus and Miss
Ruth Richardson; Colonlnl Dnmcs,
Misses Shipmnu, Lishmnti, Richardson,
Hapai, Harriet Hapal mid Louisa Hapai;
Geisha Girls, Messrs. R. R. Richards mid
II. Rohrig; Mephistophclcs, Thos. C.
Ridgwuy; Jack Tar, A. II. Jackson;
Friar Tuck, Dr. Henry Hayes; Huckskin
Jim, O. R. Rnglish; Rough Rider, Henry
Rose; Terrible Turk, J. Castle Ridgway;
Gen. Washington, J. Grace; Gen. Lafay
ette, G. N. Day; "It," Sum Peck; Pollce
mnii, Hnrry Irwin; Chnin gnng, Messrs.
Schoening, W. T. Maiding, R. R. Maiding,
Dr. A. Irwin nnd Fred Irwin; Princess
Rugcnie, Miss Irwin; Topsy, Miss Chal
mers; Dominoes, Misses Peck, Hill nnd
Gunrd, Messrs. Frost. Hapai and Dr.
Other guests not masked were, Miss
Harriet Hitchcock, Miss Aiken, Messrs.
R. D. Haldwin, Stoble, J. J. Grace, Chal
mers nnd Holland,
Our new Hue for the spring of 1005 hns
just come to hnnd. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest designs ever
offered in Hilo.
L. TURNRR CO., Ltd.
Man with ten years' experience in San
Francisco wholesale fruit market, would
like to correspond with bntinun growers,
with n view of going to San Frnnclsco ns
L. C. TAMMS.
General Delivery, Honolulu Post Office.
Notice is hereby given that Ting Kee,
Houtiapo, Knu, has mnde a voluntary
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors. The creditors of
said Ting Kee are requested to file their
claims with the undersigned within thirty
days, mid nil persons indebted are re
quested to call nud pay the same at once.
All claims must be certified.
R. T. I'ORRRST,
Assignee of Ting Kee.
Ilonttapo, Knu, April 24, 1905, 26-4
LADIES' HID SOCIETY
All are cordially invited lonttend a
FAIR AND LUAU
to Ix: held at the
ilo Armory, July 105
All donations for the benefit of the
Church will be highly appreciated.
MRS. W. II. C. CAMPMRLL,
THEJIILqTRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVR IN HONOLULU AND DRPART AS FOLLOWS:
Ma n uka
Vessels whose names oppenr OVRR the date ARRIVR from the Const.
Vessels whose unities nppenr MRLOW the dnte DRPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To Snn Frnnclsco; (J) To Colonics; (t) To
Victoria; II. C; (J) To Yokohama. ' UJ
S. S. Klnau depnrts from Hilo for Honolulu every l'riilny nt 10:00 n. 111,
S. S. Mnuna Ioa'stunil closes in Hilo on Saturdays nnd Tuesdnys marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. m., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days Inter.
Wc have secured the services of Mr.
J. E. Roeha 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 are on
No effort will he spared to make this de
partment a credit to the community.
Special attention will he given to Ladies'
Tailor-Made Skirts and Suits.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Annlysis Made nnd Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS"""!""
Sulphate of Ammonium Nitrate of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphatos
Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilizers for sale in large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Spccinl Lnwn Fertilizer.
P. O. IIOX 767,
C. M. COOKR, President. R. D. TRNNRV, Vice-President.
R. P. I1ISHOP. Trcnsurcr. I. WATKRHOIISI. Swri-i-rv.
G. H. ROMRRTSON, Auditor W. M. ALRXANDRR, C. II. ATHRRTON
Olaa Property Mt
! 3 1 S, near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
Hinnins' Place Jr.,0;
Ef Sta b 1 e s, Office
n..!M! T - . '
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
P. O. BOX 34G.
The former partnership composed of C.
P. Mcittoii mid Ciosue Arioli under the
firm mime ol lleittoti & Arioli, has this
day by mutual consent been dissolved.
C. P. HRNTON,
Mny 5, 1905. jS 3
Sulxicribe for the Timiiwit. Subscrip
tion I3.50 per year.
I will be a candidate for the Office of
County Auditor nt the county election,
27-3 T. J. RVAN.
I will be n candidate for the office o
Houoknn, Hnwnli, May 5, 1905, aS-.j
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