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THIi WKHKUY II 1 1,0 TIUIMNU, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, MAY 30, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
I (' .11. I.HIIuiiil Kclhcit 1111 I111
jgj llvu Address I'rliliiy Mght
fino tj pew rller lor 511 -Wall Nichols Co
Dr. N Knssil has gone on n htisluess
trip In Jii).in.
J. A. M.Osorio Iff I Friday last fur a
luii week's hiisiucss trip In Honolulu.
Capl. II. C. Mncloou of the lute Mnrllm
Davis, rutiirnvit lo San l'riinclsco by way
J. I,. Kaulakott, formerly ol Honolulu,
lias hung out liis hingle us 11 practicing
utlnruey with I. 1J. Hiiy. Hllo.
The engagement (,r Aljitmcl 1'urtniln,
eleik lo Chin. M. LeHlond. and Miss
Frances Antonc is announced.
The Crescent Cllv ll.uher Shop of Car
valho Hiolhcrs is now located on Wnla
nueiiue street, adjoining the Hllo library.
Sewing inaeliiuc supplies of nil kinds,
needles for all makes of machines ami
the best machine oil nt Moses & Ray
monds. J. 1'. Clay left Friday for Honolulu,
where he may make business arrange
ments which will keep him within the
If your sew inn machine is not working
well just ring up Moses & Itiijmond.
Sewing machines rente 1, rep.ilred or
sold on easy payments.
Mrs. Carl Smith returned on Wednes
day from Honolulu. Mr. Smith expects
to finish his legislative duties in lime to
return to Itilo next week.
Victor Hurd, representing Iloflschlagcr
& Company, of Honolulu is temporarily
in charge of the Hih branch of that firm
during the absence of Mr. Osorio in Ho
nolultt, C. 1'. llcnton was a departing passcger
on the Kinau last l'riday. A. Menefog
lie, who has been engaged on construc
tion work at Mahukona, joined him at
A slight scare was caused about 8
o'clock yesterday morning by sounding
the fire bell. Smoke issuing from Kwong
See Wo's store on l'ront street proved lo
be a false alarm.
II. L. Shaw, who has been ill for the
past six weeks, was seen upon the streets
last week and now, accompanied by Mrs.
Shaw, is recuperating at Ml. View at the
home of Dr. Hussel.
II. Vicars is a thorough believer in
small farming and he has secured about
an acre of land adjoining his home in
Piiuco, which he will plant to bananas,
pineapples mid n vegetable garden.
M. Castro, Secretary of the San Auto
nio Society of Honolulu, arrived hi Ho
nolulu last week and appointed M. C.
Oalantc, local agent of the order, vice
Itemard de Cnmara, Sr., recently deceas
ed. Owing to the inability lo secure accom
modations on the S. S. China, Mr. and
Mrs. Cnstendyk were compelled to post
pone their departure for Germany, and
will probably leave Honolulu oil the Al
meda. The following ticket was selected by
the republicans of Maui at their county
convention: Sheriff, W. I. Sallery;
Clerk, W. 1'. Kaae; Treasurer, I.. M.
Ilaldwlu; Auditor, C.Wilcox ; Attorney,
D. II. Cnse.
Federal Judge Bellinger of Portland,
Ore. who died on May 13th, and presided
at the Mitchell land fraud cases, was the
only brother ot Mrs. Lilian Mesick's mo
1 ther. Mrs. Mesick is teaching school
Rt. Hev. II. II. Uestarlck, Kpiscop.il
Ilishop and pastor of the St. Andrews
Cathedral, Honolulu, arrived on the
Kinau Wednesday and officiated at the
services of St. James Mission, Hllo, on
The Planters Line will put the schooner
Mar K. l'oster on the run formerly held
by the Martha Davis. The Mary K.
Foster arrived at San Francisco on May
17th from Lahaina and after discharging
her cargo conies direct to Ililo.
The Sun typewriter is really a fine tun
chine, fo Wall Nichols Co.
The June number of the Paradise of the
Pacific, a monthly magazine published
at Honolulu in the interest of the Islands,
has been issued and is up to the general
high literary standard which that popular
paper has attained.
The Republicans of Hamakua have de
cided upon a new ticket for their district,
owing to the withdraw 1 of A. 11. Lindsay
as a candidate for Supervisor. They
will put Autone Fernandez, up for super
visor for the district and Win. J. Rickard '
as deputy sheriff.
The Detriment of Agriclture has pub
lished Part II of the Primer of Forestry
by GiiTord Pinchot, which is now le.nly
for free distribution. The pulicaliou
deals with practical forestry, work in the
woods and the lelaliou of the forest to
the weather and streams. j
If you wibh your cofTec to bring the
highest market prices let the Hllo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same 011
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Mrs. Win. I. I.augtou, nccompannd
by Mrs. F.J. Hare have been spending
several days in Hllo, leaving Siturday
afternoon for the Volcmo House when,
they will remain until next Friaay. Mrs.
I.augtou is the wife ol the Kdilor of the
Paradise of the Pacific, ami Mrs. Haie is
the wife of Postal Inspector I line, who
is well known in Hilo and vicinity, I
J. It. Itoelia, the tailor, left for Hono
lulu on Friday last.
L. A. Tliuisloii was a returning pawen
gerto Honolulu oil Friday.
A vigoious earth tremor was felt Sun
day morning about ijtio o'clock
After a hurried trip lo the Volcano
House, R. II. Trent returned to Hono
lulu on Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Matson and daughter, Miss
l.ufllnc Matson are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Scott at Walnaku Lawns.
New designs in four-in-hand and bow
tirs ami men's shifts have been received
by L. Turner Co. Ltd. See adv.
Mrs. N. It. Tracy who has been necu
pylng the residence of Mrs. Carl Smith,
is now at Mrs. Win. Weight's.
W. A. Kinney left on the Falhof Clyde
last week for San Francisco, where he
will undergo an operation for cateract.
J. S. McCandless returned on Wednes
day from Honolulu to superintendent the
drilling of a second well at the Olaa Mill.
Dr. Oriuond Wall alter making a week's
business trip to Kau returned to Hilo, in
order to take the Kinau to Honolulu on
Miss Loraiue Andrews, who has been
attending Ihe llerkley High School ar
rived 011 the F.utcrprlsc for a isit with
Woid has been received that the
schooner W. H. Marstuu arrived safely
at Sail Francisco on May loth, 16 days
Miss Potlcr'c fourth musical evening
will lie held Friday evening nt 8 o'clock,
June ad, at the Hotel parlor. Subject,
Jack Ilcrgstrout, the Piano tuner, has
been engaged lo examine and put in or
der the pipe organs of the Haili and
First Foreign chinches.
Km nest Radcliire, wife nnd child, nc
compaiiied by Mrs. Ilorton, a sister of
.Mrs. Radcliire, returned Sunday on the
Kulcrprisc from a visit to California.
Itruce Kennedy, J. I). Kennedy, Shel
don Deacon and Albert Homer Jr. are
college boys who have been attending
school in California and are now home
for the vacation.
Mrs. C. A. Stohic gave an afternoon
luncheon to her small granddaughter
Carol Reid last Tuesday, in which n num
ber of that little lady's friends partici
pated. Miss Ilessie Lambert' nnd the Misses
Gertrude nnd Maud Mason who have
been attending Irving Institute, S.in
Francisco, returned lo Hilo Sunday for
their summer vacations.
Filing cabinets and card indexes Wall
C. It. Wright has received no notice of
his removal from the Hilo Road Hoard
nnd the appointment of L. A. Andrews.
Whatever information received lo this
effect comes through Andrews.
At the confirmation services nt St.
James Mission Sunday evening, Miss
Alice Weight, Miss Myra Todil nnd Chns.
Aknu renewed their obligations to the
Church. Rt. Rev. Ilishop Restnrick de
livered the evening sermon.
It is reported that Dr. Henry Oslroni,
the evangelist, will return wilh Rev. C.
K. Shields on Wednesday from Honolulu.
It is probable Dr. Ostrom may be pre
vailed upon to hold n number of nuet
ings during his stay in Hilo.
KiiriMU'll Parly to .Inuksnu.
The farewell dancing p.irty given to A.
II. Jackson by the Hilo Cotillion Club
nt Spreckcls' Hall Wednesday night
was a great success. Only a .small crowd
was present, but the music was par ex
cellauce, and those Present enjoyed
themselves to n late hour. Norman G.
Campion was chosen president of the
Club lo succeed Mr. Jackson, resigned.
Reception to Ilishop Kcstiirlek.
The ladies of St. James Guild tendered
n reception to Rt. Rev. Ilishop Restnr
ick last evening nt the rectory between 8
and 10 o'clock. A large number of the
cotigiegatiou mid others availed them
selves of the opportunity lo meet Ilishop
Restarick, who leaves tomorrow (or Hamakua.
j There was a small but appreciative au
dience nt Hie Hoard of Tmile meeting
Friday night at Fireman's Hall lo listen
to 1111 interesting and instructive address
011 Civic Developemont by Hon. Chas.
President Holmes introduced the speak
er, who spoke with difficulty, as he had
been suffering from a slight attack of ma
laria for the past few days. The tenor
of his remarks was the most successful
ilevelopciueul of a community came
from union ami harmony of action. The
speaker referred lo the remarkable
achievements of science and inilustri.il
developcnieiit, which were promoted
largely by assistance rendered from or
ganizations, such as the Hllo Hoard of
Ti.hU'. He complimented that body up
on the good work lliey ImdnccoripHsheil,
which was of incalculable benefit to Hilo
and the community, nnd which would be
euchaiiced many fold by the acquirement
of n system of municipal government.
Referring to his native town of Salina.
Ohio, Mr. LcHlond said, "In 1875 the
business men of Silina organized for the
purMise of inducing trade lo come to that
ccntec. They were successful, because
it had (lower ami was able to hold out
Inducements to various manufacturing
industries and business pursuits to estab
lish within its midst. There is today no
more prosperous town in the stale of
Ohio than the city of Salina. They own
their own water works and electric light
ing plant nnd are able to encourage fact
ories, shops and other industrial pursuits
lo make S.iliua their headquarters, be
cause they have the power to levy, as
sess, colli ct nnd expend their own money.
It never fails to benefit any town that
can do so.
"As long as we remain quiet nnd sub
missive nnd divide our forces when the
time for nctiou comes, we shall suffer
from lack of civic developcmeut. Dur
ing my seven years' residence in this
community, I do not recall any great
achievements accomplished tending to
ward the public good of Hilo than the
possession of a light spring wagon label
ed "Hoard of Health Ambulance" and n
whistling buoy. If we remain stagnant,
we may expect to sec another seven or
eiijht years roll by, before we get another
blessing of this nature. We can kick,
we can demand, we can petition nnd we
shall never develop anything, unless
our business men get together, put shoul
der to shoulder, sink nil personal jealou
sies ami bickerings and work as one man
to accomplish a common end. Our situ
ation is not unlike that of the thirteen
colonies under King George III. Unless
it suits the pleasure of the King, nil our
requests are chucked into the waste basket
and that is the last henrd of them.
"If it is necessary to send n delegation
of citizens to the seat of government or
elsewhere, let us put our hands in our
pochcts and do so. If there is nny pub
lic or political office to be filled in which
we should haven voice, let us unite on
one man, or at least on not more than two
candidates, nnd obtain recognition from
the powers that be. Let us not quarrel
among ourselves but work ns nn unit,
and we shall soon accomplish that civic
development which this community so
much needs. Intelligent, honest efforts
and united, hormoiiious action will result
in the advancement of Hilo nud commun
ity, and create n development of material
things that will be not only a matter of
profit to ourselves but will enable those
who come nftor as to reap the benefit of
our labors." (Applause.)
Following Mr. Lelllond's address,
there was a general discussion of the
subject by the members of the Hoard of
Trade, who were of one accord in express
ing regret.that a larger audience was not
present to listen to so nble an address.
It was unanimously agreed that Mr. Le
lllond would be nsked to repeat his re
marks on some future occasion nud to
a larger audience, to which the public
would be invited. Mr. Lelllond received
a vote of thank') from those assembled
for his eloquent speech.
lilt. TIIOMI'SO.V.S AMIIITION.
News Hems Clipped From the Knit
Oi lug to running out of stock of red
paper the Knit Wcekl) will have nil white
sin els this issue. It w ill conic out ngaill
red hot next issue.
Dr. Thompson left us on Monday last
forn trip to the Coast nml elsewhere.
He will return in about three or four
months with something up his sleeve
that will make some people wish they
had been gifted with n little foresight.
No wonder he smiles nt the nhortlvc at-
1 tempts of the mnderous trinity.
Dr. Thompson informed us licforc he
left that there was no truth in the Mory
connecting h 111 with a management, ns
he had no desires in that direction nftcr
seeing the sample in this vicinity. Our
rumor was loo straight, however, to even
take the Dr's denial without n grnin of
salt. We shnll say anyhow that if it re
lated to the planlulioii of Naalehu he
would be just the man for that place. He
has undoubted ability nud good excutive
powers. There would be no trouble
about getting men if he .was in charge
and he would make the place look like
Great men are ever lonely nnd live
apart, but birds of n feather lloek toget
her because they nre afraid to flock nloue.
Thev want warmth nud protection. They
Referring lo the County Convention,
the committee 011 platform refused to en
dorse the administration nud inserted n
plank asking that government laud be
opened to settlement oil the best possible
terms, which is in line with request ofthc
Kau llomasteaclers giving them the en
dorsement of the most intclligaut nud
business like convention ever held on
this Island. Kau Weekly.
Klunu Departures, May i!0.
fas. Robertson, J. W. Sanderson, Mrs.
J. G. Ward, T. Aoki, S. Mntsuda, J. It.
Rocha, Mrs. C. A. Silv.i, A. Mcucfoglis,
C. P. Heutoii, Mrs. C. O. Herger, Albert
Lyman, A.J.Spltzer. K. II, Trent, Dr.
O. Wall, Mrs. Carter, Mrs. M. J. Turner,
J. F. Clay, L. A. Thurston, A. II. Jack
son, J. F. Hayes, Mrs. J. It. Metcalfe, P.
Peck and wife, Miss Kmclic Peck, nnd
II. C. Mncloou.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
.V .Mo 11 11 ix to Navigation.
Captain A. P. Niblnck of the Light
House Service gives out the following
official notice to mariners:
The wreck of the American Hark
Martha Davis burned to the water's edge
13 May 1905 in Hilo Hay is n menace to
A Safe .Medicine.
Mothers of small children need not
hesitate to administer Chnmberlain's
Cough Remedy. It contains no opinio
or narcotic In any form nnd tuny he given
to n baby with ns much confidence ns to
nu adult. It always cures nud cures
quickly. For sale by Hllo Drug Co.
Now is the time to have your pianos
tuned. Jack Ilcrgstrout, the expert tiiatio
and organ tuner of Honolulu, is spending
ten nays 111 11110. leavp your orders nt
Hilo Drug Co.
K1KAU1SA. LOiKjIS NO. 330,
F. nud A. M. There will be
special meetings of the nhove
lodge 011 the following evenings,
at 7.30 p. 111:
Wednesday, May 31, work in third
Saturday, June 10th, work in third
Wednesday, June 14th, work in third
The regular stated meeting on Situr
day, June 17, 1905. Sojourning and visit
ing brethren are cordially invited.
Ily order ol the W. M.
Second Annual Tournament
Held Under the Auspices of the
HILO TENNIS CLUB
Hilo Tennis Club Cup for Ladies' Singles
Holmes' Cup for Gentlemen's Singles
Demosthenes' Cup for Gentlemen's Dou
bles. Cup for Mixed Doubles.
The above events nre open for competi
tion among residents of the Iklanil of
The Tournament will be conducted un
der the Rules and Regulations of the U.
S. N. L. T. A.
Kutries must be made in writing to the
President before Saturday, June atli.
The draw will be made nt 8 p. m. 011
Saturday, June 34th, nt the Hilo Hoard of
The tournament will commence 011
Thursday, June 29th. If possible, the
finals will be played on July 1st nnd the
challenge games on July 3d.
Committee in Charge II. II. KUiot, F.
W. Thrum, A. Humburi:. A. Lindsav. S.
I navigation and the greatest caution should
be used in entering the harbor. At this
A UnrTFB HF HEALTH dale two masts nrotect aboie water. Karb 1 Grace
"""" ...111 1....1 1 ...i , .. Referee II. P. Puclnw.
1 win lie ui.iiki.-u ny 11 reu laiueril III lllglll, i. A,, . , ,.
maintained by the owners of the vessel, j " GUACK "'
Should the projecting masts disappear ,, nj 1, 1 T.
, the lights will continue to be maintained IlliO UCCtHC Ugllt LO., MG.
over tue position lore ami alt tile vessel
at night and other warning marks will be I
maintained by day until this menace is I
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
The wreck uf the Martha Davis is now
the property of R. T. Guard, having been
bought by him nt the public miction side
011 Thursday last for $78, including spars,
anchors chains and hull. Mr. Guard lias
a claim for salvage for rescuing parts of
the wreck which will hugely offset the
purchase juice. Two thousand one
hundred fret of lumber, all of the cargo
that was saved was sold for $211 to dipt.
John Fitgcrald, the highest bidder.
Subscribe for the Tiunu.s'it.
lion f 1.50 per yeur,
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional llonrd of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied nud Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . 810
Fan Motors, swivel frume 8
Sowing Machlno Motor 20
Power for operating them $i n month
Installation charged extra.
Kstimates furnished on nil classes of
Itlectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete,
MAILS AURlVIt IN HONOLULU AND DKPART AS FOLLOWS
j S. M.
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: 14 js
21 .22 "
Juno 9 4
Vessels whose names appear OVItR the date ARRIVK from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear HKLOW the dale DKPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; ft) To Colonies; (I)
........ ... , ... ., m in i tiKonnma,
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu cverv Friday nt 10:110 n. in.
b. h. Mnunn Lon's mail closes in Hilo on Saturdays niiif Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. m., nrriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
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White Bows for Full Dress
All the above in new designs and
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C. M. COOKF., President.
K. F. IIISHOP, Trensurer.
O. II. ROHKRTSON, Auditor
15. D. TF.NNF.V. Vice-President.
J. WATF.HHOITSF. Secretary.
V. M. ALF.XANDHU, C. II. ATHRUTON
75 Acres, Unim
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Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
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f35o upright piano offered nt a sncrU
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Ilouoknn, Hawaii, May 5, 1905. 3B4
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