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TIIK WIJKKLY IIILO TRIBUNK, HILO, HAWAII, VOlJSDAY, JUNK 6, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Aii. OrnuilierK) of Wnliuui, is visiting
llilu us n w itness In n ci il case.
A few linlitl' used sewing macliities
for soli! nl y" uwu price lit Mow &
A. E. Sutton Ims been rusticating with
Roderick Ross nl the Crane Plantation nl
Mrs. Win. Matson, Miss Lurliue Mnl
son nuil Margaret Scott returned Saturday
from the Volcano House.
It, N. Holmes was n n llonok.m visitor
list week looking after the interests of
tile M. V. Holmes estate.
Court Milium Ken. Ancient Onlcr of
Foresters, will give u card social nl their
rooms on S.tturday evening next.
The S. S. Euterptie returns Wednm
ilny morning from Honolulu and and is
ichcduclcd to depart l'riday noon.
Mrs. John Hollnnd after upending n
mouth nl the Holland residence at 1'nho.i,
ume into town on Friday morning, for n
Mrs. Jules Riclinrdsou nml daughters,
Miss Ivy nml Ruth Riclinrdsou spent the
week end nt the Intter's Ohm homestead
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Scot nccnmpnni
cd by Mrs. Mntsoii and daughter, arc
spending the week nl the Scott Reed's
The Hilo Boarding School will close
on Thursday, June 15th. The gradual
ing exercises will be held 011 next Tues
day evening nl Hnili church.
II. S. Ovcrend nml Henry I.ouisson of!
H.imaktia drove in yesterday to renew 1
acquaintances in Hilo, mid incidentally
to attend the May term of court. j
Rt. Rev. llishop Rcstarick returned to
Honolulu on Friday's steamer, much
pleased with his reception in Hilo nml
the sternly growth of the St. James Mis
sion. Representative Carl S. Smith returned
from the capital 011 Wednesday, with a
commission in l.is pocket to act as Dep
uty Attorney General nt the Mny term
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same 011
the market for you. I.ibernl cash ad
vances made ou shipments.
Dr. C. L. Stow returned from Houon
lulu on Wednesday last, having accomp
lished the purpose of his visit. The sa
lary of the government physician has
been raised from f 10 to loo.
At Wailuku, Maui, on Thursday, May
35th, there was born to the wife of Leslie
Carnegie, a son. The Carnegie's formerly
resided at Pnpaikou nud arc now running
the Maui Hotel nt Wailuku.
Improve the appearance of your ward
robe by using "Good Form" clothes
hangers to keep your clothes pressed and
at the same time lessen the space nt pre
sent required. Moses & Raymond, '
Mrs. R. T. Guard, accompanied by her
son Jack nud Ralph Richards, were pass
engers to Honolulu 011 the S. S. Enter
prise last Wednesday. The two boys will
make a trip to Alaska on the Rosecraus,
which leaves Honolulu today.
A recent dispatch from New York
states that the Steamship Conipania
while in mid ocean was in communica
tion simultaneously with Kurope and
America by means of wireless telegraph,
a feat unprecedented in the annals of
stcamscip wireless telegraphy.
Hilo has been anything but slow during
the past week, what with entertainments
nd the Castendyk fnncy ball the old
town has been pretty guy. Hilo has a
most enjoyable set of people, who arc
most hospitably inclined toward the visit
ing strangers if she likes them. Satur
1. C. llenmer departed for Shanghai
, Victor Hurd was Initialed into Ihc my
steries of Elktlom last night.
A. It. Lochciistciu is doing valuable
survey work for the Hutchinson l'lanta
lion in Knu.
Dr. John Alchcrly of Knwaihac is n
candidate for supervisor on the indepen
Mrs. V. II. Curtis leaves on the S. S.
Enterprise on l'rldny for n visit with n
married daughter in California.
W. II. llcers is smilingly hnppy over
the arrival early Sunday morning ofn
new republican voter nt his residence,
weight leu pounds.
The annual Sunday School picnic of
the First Foreign Church will be held
next Monday at the Severance's sen-side
villa at Sccotiuct.
Owing lo Kamcliamclm Day falling on
next Sunday, the following Monday,
June 13th will be n legal holiday. Public
schools will be closed.
Miss Potter's fifth and last Musical
Evening will be held on Thursday, June
8, at the Hotel parlors nt 8 p. m. A "Re
quest Program" will be given.
The steamer "Enterprise" will sail for
S.m Francisco on Friday, June 9H1, at
noon. Ilaiinua train for Olaa 011 Thurs
day morning. Positively no freight re
ceived oil sailing day.
The Alameda mail, heretofore Inndcdnt
Hilo Saturday night by the steamer
Maui, was diverted this week to the
Manila I.oa and arrived overland from
Houoapo, a day nud n half late.
The Trihi'.nk appears to have been in
error in nnouncing that former Sheriff
Andrews hnd given out the news of his
own appointment on the Road Hoard.
Neither Mr. Andrews nor Mr. Wright
have received any official advices from
the Governor regarding the matter.
R. W. Shingle, president of the Henry
Waterhoiisc Trust Co. left last week on
the China on n business trip to New
York. While East lie will lake up the
matter of securing contracts for ko.i
lumber to be shipped from Hilo by the
lumber company being promoted by A.
Richley of Hilo.
D. Lycurgus has gone to Sparta, Grcecc
for n riucli needed vacation. The high
living at the Volcano House, of which lie
is manager, has given him such a rotuu
dity of figure that he decided to take a
trip to his native heath and if possible
reduce his weight by a change of scene
On May 17 the fixed red lens lantern
light at Laupahoehoe station, heretofore
shown from a white trestle 32 feet high,
was moved approximately 18 feel south
from its former position and is now shown
from a white mast at the base of which
is a service room painted white, roof and
trimmings red. The light is now 34 feci
above base of structure and 48 feet above
mean high water.
Imported for Races.
Coming by the Roderick Dim, which
left San Francisco on May 27th is a string
of three hoises and three race carts con
signed to Geo. S. McKcuic. Ilesidcs there
horses, others of known racing abilities
are expected to arrive before the Fourth
of July races.
UHAND JUICY IlKl'OKTS.
After two days labor, the grand jury of
the May term of the Fourth Circuit
Court, made their report verbally, return
ing six indictments. In his charge to
the grand jury, Judge Pnrsons said he
had no special instructions to give them
except what was contained in the law and j
court rules. Friday morning the grand '
jury made their return of the six indict
ments and were discharged. The indict-'
ments are as follows: '
Jose de Costa, assault with dangerous
weapon, being charged with cutting A.
R, Cameron nl Humnku.i with a cane ,
Juan Dias, assault with a dangerous
weapon, charged with stabbing Raymond l
'frocha, 11 1 Mountain View.
Francisco Reyes, similar charge, by
attacking Americano Avellene at Ohm. 1
Yumnda Tnkeinatsu, alias Okabe,
charged with eiulnvliucut of fl("M.25
from Nnkamoto Gihnchi at Ouoiiiim. i
Jose Maria Olivurin, charged with
murder of Isidro Garcia at Keaau on
April 29th last.
Iyoiibiki, a Korean, charged with
robbery of n silver watch valued at fi 1
belonging to n fellow countryman untunl
The petit jury is called for this morn
ing, when the criminal cases will be first
tried, Curl S. Smith, representing the
The uniform success of Clinmbcr.i.in's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in
the relief and cure of bowel complaints
both in children and adults has brought
it into almost universal use, so that it is
practically without a rival, and as every
one who has used it knows, is without an
equal. Sold by the Hilo Drug Co.
Kiiiuti Departures, Juno '2.
Mrs. G. V. Jakius, T. M. Rae, J. W.
Sanderson, Mrs. Sohreugel, Mrs. L. K.
Hums and child, J. E. Higgius, J. R.
llergstrom, P. C. Ileamer, Mr. and Mrs
Roberts, A. Menefoglic, Mr. Toleckc,
llishop II. II. Rcstarick, Mr. and Mrs. F.
II. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. C. Castendyk,
Miss Carol Reed, Mrs. M. G. Turner,
Mrs. Wm. Langton, J. S. McCandless,
R. II. Trent.
Subscribe for the TlUliUNlt.
tion $ 2.50 per year.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
THU KONA OK I'll AN. Will.'.
jdincTiiur Vetoes Item for It'n Sup
port. I The Item off 3,000 inserted ill the bill
making appropriations for departmental
use, intended for the support of the Kona
Orphanage, was vetoed by Governor
Carter, 011 the ground that the school was
a private institution nnd under section 55
of the Organic Act, such nu appropria
tion would be 1'legnl.
In nu open letter, Miss Alice F. Heard,
the founder nud manager of the Kona
Arc there not ladies in Honolulu nud
elsewhere who would like to sew for the
children nt Kona Orphnuage? There nre
many helpless little children there who
have never known the love of n mother,
or received food nnd clothing from n
father. Such children must be supported
by some one.
The last children whom I took, two lit
tic boys, one seven nud the other eight
years old, were being cared for by n
native Hawaiian woman, who, out of her
poverty, was doing all she could for them.
The children have not nltended school
for six mouths, as their clothing was too
poor to wear to school.
I hnven part-Hnwniinu child, four yenrs
old, whom I have taken care of since he
was n little baby. Much of my time,
both night and day, have been given to
that delicate child.
A year ago n very sick child was
brought to me. It's mother bad died nt
the time of its birth, and its father had
deserted it when it was a year old. At
the age of two it was ngain deserted, when
some men, finding it sick nud without
any woman to care for it, brought it to
me. The child was received nl the Or
phnuage, nud I gave it my personal enre
by uiglil nnd by day till it was well. I
might cite dozens of similar cases but
time nud space forbid.
I nppent to the thoughtful men nnd
women of these islands. Shall we take
care of such children? Are they worthy
of our time and thoughts and money?
I appeal to you because I want your help;
because I can't do this alone. Gladly do
I give nil my time nnd money to these
There nre sixty-five children nt Kona
Orphanage. Six hundred dollars n month
nre required to take care of these child
ren. We nre now scvcrnl hundred dollars in
Small 1'n rm Kxper.tiitlons.
Hen Koontz, the small farmer of Wnl
mea, who is in town, is sanguine of suc
cess in his new venture as n homesteader
011 the Wnitnen plains. He has a ten
ncre lot, upon which he is erecting a re
sidence nnd on which he proposed lo
cultivate corn, potnlocs and other gnrilcu
vegetables. He says that anything can
be grown on the Waimen plains nud he
has 110 fear of the cut worms, which has
been such n sore pest in the past.
Church Social Next Friday.
There will be a church social at the
First Foreign Church on next Friday
evening, A special entertainment has
been arranged by the production of two
plnys by the younger members of the
church. Refreshments will be served
during the evening. There will be no
charge of admission nnd nil nre cordially
llltHKS On Sunday, June 4, 1905, at
Hilo, Hawaii, to the wife of W. II.
Hccrs, a son.
Stonk On Monday, June 5U1, 1905, at
Hilo, Hnwnii, to the wife of W. J.
Stone, n boy.
NOTICE to ENTERPRISE
SAILS FOR SAN FRANCISCO
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1905
Haiinua train for Olaa on Thursday
Positively no freight received on
R. T. CUARD,
Agent Matsou Navigation Company
Hilo Electric Light Co.; Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtuies, Shades, Table, lied nnd Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them Ji n mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes of
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock m. of
June 19th, 1905, for constructing a Two-
Room School-Housc at Mountain View,
Plans and specifications are on file with
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and with E. E. Richards, Hilo,
Hawaii, copies of which will be furnished
intending bidders on receipt of fo.oo,
which sum will be returned after deposit
ing bid and returning plans and specifi
cations. No proposal will be entertained unless
submitted on the blank forms furnished,
enclosed in a sealed envelope, addressed
to C. S. Holloway, Superintendent of
Public Works, Honolulu, T. Unendorsed
"Proposal for n Two-RooiuSchool-House,
Mountain View, Hawaii," and delivered
previous to 12 o'clock m. on the day
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or nil
C. S. HOLLOWAV,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II. Muy 29, 1905. 32-2
a KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
yJfSV- nud A. M. There will be
X special meetings of the above
' lodge on the following evenings,
at 7.30 p. in:
Saturday, June loth, work in third
Wednesday. June 14th. work in third
The regular stated meeting on Satur
day, June 17, 1905. Sojourning and visit,
ing brethren nre cordially invited.
Hy order ol the W. M.
UNION BARRER SHOP
Agents for the
S SANITARY ,
Leave your packages nt the Union Bar
Delivered by every Wednesday's Kiuau
No extra charge. We pay the freight.
For Sale, One Upright Kroegcr Piano
in excellent condition.
Furniture of all descriptions, including
one very good Steel Range nnd Porcelain
Hath Tub, Heds, Chairs, Diuing-Rooui
Table, Sideboard, Crockery, Glassware,
One new Singer Sewing Machine.
Chickens and one young Jersey Cow.
ALL VERY CHEAP
MRS. F. SOUZA
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 ore open for competi
tion among residents of the Island of
The Tournament will be conducted un
der the Rules nud Regulations of the U.
S. N. L. T. A.
Entries must be made in writing to the
President before Saturday, June 24th.
The draw will be made at 8 p. m. on
Saturday, June 241I1, ntthe Hilo Hoard of
The tournament will commence on
Thursday, June 29th. If possible, the
finals will be played on July 1st and the
challenge games on July 3d.
Committee in Charge H. H. Elliot, F,
W. Thrum, A. Humburg, A. Lindsay, S.
Referee F. C. Paetow.
S. GRACE, Secretary.
Vitully important that you heed their
warnings, else serious results mv ensue.
Glasses fitted to all defects of vision by
means of our thorough, rigid examina
tions. Our reputation for honesty, fair treat
meiit and right glasses is established.
Save suffering, regret nud money by
consulting us when your eyes coll for
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVER MAY & CO,
Ho! for the Races!
UNDER THE AUSHCLS OF Till; HAWAII JOCKEY CLUB
HOOLULU PARK - HILO - HAWAII
COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT NINE O'CLOCK A.M.
I. -Milo, Free for nil $150
2. '-Mile, Hnwniian Hred 200
3. jMMilc, Pony Race, 14 bauds or under 50
4. I-Mllc, to Harness, 2:30 Class.best two in three 200
6. itf-Mile, Free for nil 400
O. ;i-Mile, Hawoiian Hred gQ
7. 1-Mile, Free for nil 250
8. Ji-Mlle, Japanese Race Swoopstakos
9. tf-Milc. Ftee for all 200
10. 1-Mile, Lima's Race qq
1 1 . -Milc, Donkey Race, riders to change, last to
finish wins 20
Tol'l- $ 1 670
Three or more to enter, three or more to start.
ENTRANCE FEE. 10 OF PURSE.
SECOND HORSE TO SAVE ENTRANCE.
ENTRIES TO CLOSE ON JUNE 30 AT 600 1.. M.
SCRATCHES TO CLOSE ON Jl'LY 1 AT 6 oo -. M.
BASEBALL CAME, $75.00.
J. D. EASTON, Secretary.
Medium Width Four-in-Hands
White Bows for Full Bress
All the above in new designs and
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Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
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P. O. IlOX 767,
C. M. COOKE, President.
E. F. IIISHOP, Treasurer. -O.
H. ROHERTSON, Auditor
E. D. TENNEV, Vice-President.
J. WATERHOUSE, Secretary.
W. M. ALEXANDER, C. II. ATIIF.RTON
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