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THIv WHKKLY ITILO TUIIIUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, JUNK f, 905.
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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Tyiicwriler f ,0 W N. Co.
Julian Montsarrct paid Hilo n llyltij;
visit last week.
The Hilo Hand kvc nn excellent pro
gram concert lust nli;htal Hilo Hotel.
K. N. Holmes mul family left by the
Enterprise for n short visit to the coast.
Mr. ami Mrs Robert Horner of Paauilo
wereHhc Kticsls of Mrs. K. T. Moses of
I'uuco last weclt.
Why cut your own throat when you
nan buy n Gillette Safety Razor nt
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
Mrs. II. Deacon gave n picnic at Keau
knhabti Saturday for the party of young
folks that arrived by the last Enterprise.
Miss Elizabeth Neutnau, who has been
employed as n trained nurse nt Honolulu
for the past two years is visiting her sister
Mrs. Henry J. Lyman nt Knpoho.
The two cups offered by the Hilo Ten
nis Club for the Fourth of July open
tournament arc 011 exhibition in the
window of the Economic Shoe Store.
Cnpt. J. E. Eldcrls and sons returned
on the Kinau Wednesday from Canada
disappointed with conditions there and
well satisfied to remain in Hawaii nci.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Shaw are
pending n few weeks at Peter Lee's
mountain residence, 29 miles, Volcano
road. Mr. Shaw is rapidly convalescing.
Moses & Raymond can fill your order
for leather sewing machines in different
classes, which arc especially adapted to
harness making and repairing on planta
tions. Mrs. I,. S. Aungst, after spending
three months with friends nud relatives
in California and the state of Washing
ton, returned to her home nt Holulaloa
Miss L. Severance, who suffered n fall
from the steps of the home of Rev. C.
W. Hill, Puueo last Tuesday morning, is
improving, having sustained only some
very severe bruises.
Judge O. M. Cunningham, an eminent
jurist from Indiana, accompanied by his
physician, Dr. 11. Van Ettcit Dolph, is
making a round trip on the Roderick
Dhu in the interest of his health.
Miss Florence Hill who has been at
tending the Normal School at Honolulu,
will return on the Kinau tomorrow,
landing at Kawaihac or Hamakua and
come overland with her father. Rev. C.
Picture framing, lowest prices, best
stock Wall Nichols Co.
Under the ruling of the Secretary of
the Treasury, no poisoucss snakes tr
other reptiles can be imported into Hawaii
without a permit from the snakeologist
at the Dishop Museum. A. V. Gear at
tempted to bring fourteen rattlers for his
zoo, but as none of the Museum officials
were familiar with "snakes," the reptiles
A Creditable Cadet.
Clnrance K. Lyman, Hawaii's first re
presentative at the United States Military
Academy, nt West point, and who gra
duates in about two wee1 9, has made a
record that he may well be proud of nnd
one that is a credit to Hawaii and Us
schools. After the January examinations
he was in number forty-four of n class of
115 members and will no doubt graduate
within one or two numbers of that point.
He stands second in conduct, having re
ceived but six dements during the past
year, and is thirteen in infantry, artillery
Co', and Mrr. C. A. Stobie spent Sun
day at the Volcano House.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H.Uerc spent Sunday
nud Monday at the Volcano House.
The Hark Roderick Dim arrived Sun
day fifteen days from Sail Francisco.
Mrs. Kiln M. Locbcustciu is visiting
her daughter, Mrs, II. II. Morchead.
Airs, Henry Hayes has been spending
tile week end nt the Shaw residence nt
Judge C. F. Parsons nnd Otis IV En
glish were each presented with n set of
Elk millers Inst night.
Tennis rackets regutlcd W. N. Co.
Tiic Honuapu (Kan) School lion s
which is being built by Contractor 11.
Kendall is about completed.
John Napier has taken his sou William,
who broke his nrm n short time ago, to
the coast for n surgical operation.
The official proclamation designating
polling places and inspectors for the
County Election nppcnrs in this issue.
You will find it n pleasure to sew if
you will give one of our new Singer
Automatics a trial Moses & Raymond.
Deputy Sheriff W. T. Rawlins refuses
to run ns independent candidate 011 the
Civic federation ticket for Sheriff" of
The Elks Club have announced n ladies'
social to be given on Friday evening,
June 23rd nt the Elk's Hall. Admission
will be by card.
Owing to other attractions in Honolulu
on Kamchamcha Day, the Elks' excur
sion to the Volcano House did not ma
The closing exercises of Si. Joseph's
Catholic School will take place Thursday
next at 2:30 o'clock p. 111. Parents and
friends nrc invited to attend.
Dr. A. II. Clark, the Honolulu dentist,
will nrrtvc 011 the next Kinnu to remain
n week or ten days. He makes n spe
cialty of enamel and gold fillings.
Owing to the illness of Mrs. L. Seve
rance, the Sunday School picnic of the
First Foreign Church, which w-ns to have
been given yesterday, has been indefi
Judge John Albert Matthcwmati of the
Third Circuit came over from Kailua
Wednesday to sit in those cases in which
Judge Parsons is disqualified. All cases
of this character were continued until
July 10. at which time Judge Matthew
man will return.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The church social given at the First
Foreign Church was well attended and
these present were given a literary and
musicial treat. Miss Florence Scott nud
Miss Stephanie Guard were exceptionally
good in the comedy skit presented, nnd
the other numbers were up to the usual
high standard of excellence.
The public schools of the Territory
will close on next Friday, when exercises
will be held in nearly all of the various
grades. The vacation will extend to
Tuesday, September iCth. In the month
of August examinations of teachers for
I primary grade certificates will lie held in
1 Honolulu, Hilo and Holualoa, Hawaii.
I An average standing of 85 per cent or
more will entitle 11 candidate to n first
ana cavalry una regulations, lie is 111c cUlss cerlificnte, 75 per cent or more to a
ranking first lieutenant of the battalion sccoml class cerlificnlCi all(1 6s ,)ur CCIlt
organization. Calvin P. Titus, of Pekin , or ,nore lo n lhir,i cllss cerljficate, The
fame, is a classmate, standing five mini- ( firsl clilSH llrc ROOlX for Ulrt.L. yL.nrS 8CC.
bers lower tnsn iymun. oung toman j c)ns3 two cars nud third class for
will spend the three mouths furlough
granted the graduating class before join
ing their regiments, at Hilo. Advertiser.
Foresters Celebrate Anniversary.
Serrao's Hall was a blaze of glory nnd
oratory on Saturday night, when the An
cient Order of Foresters gave n bancpiet
to commemorate their sixth anniversary.
Covers were laid for 115 guests, which
included the members, wives, friends and
sweethearts. 1). F, Scliocu, Chief Ranger,
presided as toastmaster and interspersed
through the ceni;ig was a flow of music,
song and oratory. The Forester's quar
tette, composed of W. II. Ueers, Enoch
Drown, licit Ilrowu and Edwin Nnmahala,
rendered several selections, mid a duet by
Messrs. llotelho and Francisco was a
pleasing number. Speeches were made
by G. F. Affonso, W. II. Ueers, J. U.
Smith, J. A. M. Osorio and M. llotelho.
Following the collation the floor was
cleared for dancing, which continued
until a late hour.
one year. Notice of date of examination
Simmers For This Coast.
Captain Joint Karuesoii has recently
completed the purchase in the East, says
the Sail Francisco Chronicle, of two
steamers, which wilt be added to the
fleet of the Mntsou Navigation Company,
to be used ill towing oil-laden barges 011
this coast. They arc the sister ships
Iluckman and Watson of 1,236 net ton
nage, built nt Toledo, O., in loot. They
are of the lake lyiie, with the cnuiiics
' aft, nnd nre reported to be fine vessels.
They are nt present catl-lturnlng steam
ers. They will soon stnrt from New-York.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
IT.W .IIMtV Tltl.VLS.
(lilst of Criminal Cases Disposed of
In Circuit Court.
I The criminal calendar is growing
smaller, either from change of pleas or
dismissal of appeals. On Tuesday Inst,
the case of Jose dn Costn, n Porto Rlcnn
indicted for nssault with n dangerous
weapon upon A. R. Cameron nt Houoknn,
occupied the attention of the Court nud
jury, which after being out about nil
hour returned n verdict of not guilty.
Tlios. C. Rldgway represented the de
fence, being appointed by the Court.
Oil Wednesday, ill the case of Dr.
Archer Irwin vs. Hiiuiuula Sheep Station
Co. the plain tilF put on his case. This
was 11 suit for $175 for professional ser
vices, rendered lo n Japanese woman
employed on the rnncll, who had been
cut lo pieces by her husband, who after
wards committed suicide. On motion of
the defendant, case nou-suited and judg
ment rendered against plaintiff Thursday
The Not Icy Will case occupied the at
tention of the Court all day Thursday,
W. A. Kinney representing the contes
tants nud judge Stanley the proponents.
Ridgwny and Ridgway represented the
guardian ad litem. Hearing was held oil
the petition for admeasurement of dower
for the widow, which wns grunted and
ComiiiMour E. A. Motl-Smlth wns di
rected to proceed witli the admeasure
ment. On Friday Jose Mnric Ollvcria, under
Indictment for the murder of n fellow
countryman nt Keanu, plead quilty to
manslaughter nnd received n sentence of
fifteen years nt hard. labor.
Francisco Reyes, indicted for assault
with dnngcrous weapon in Otn.i, with
drew his former plea nnd entered n pica
of guilty, nnd received n sentence of six
August dn Costa, convicted in the'
lower court of having used vulgar nnd
obscene language, withdrew his appeal.
Iyonsiki, the Korean, chnrged with
the robbery of n wntch valued 11 1 fit
from n fellow countryman, demanded a
jury tri.il, nud was adjudged jiuilty as in
dicted. JiuIkc Parsons sentenced him to
two years at hard labor. J. S. Ferry de
fending. Judgment by default was taken for
$323.65 in the garnishee proceedings by
W. II. C. Campbell vs. II. E. Wilson
nnd J. II. Fisher, Auditor.
The jury wns excused Friday nud ns
estcrday was n holiday no business was
transacted. The case of Kcalohn indict
ed for committing rape in Puna is 011
trial nt 10 o'clock this morning.
Andrews Pays Ills Flue,
lly the payment last week of his fine of
5o nnd costs of court amounting to
f 12.50, L. A. Andrews purged himself of
contempt of court in February last, when
he was fined by Judge Parsons fur will
fully refusing to turn over certain moneys
to Clerk Gurney when so ordered by the
Court. The difficulty grew out of the
sum of $160 60 being fines and costs in
two criminal cases, held by Andrews ns
Sheriff, nud which he was about to remit
to the Treasury Department at Honolulu,
when ordered to turn the same over to
the Clerk subject to the disposition of the
Court. Ignoring the Court's order, An
drews held the money beyond the time
he was directed to pay it over to the
Clerk. He was cited by Judge Parsons
for contempt and found guilty on March
30th Inst. Vnrious motions nnd plead
ings were interposed to postpone execu
tion of the Judge's order, resort being had
to the Attorney General's Department at
At the instance of Andrews, Deputy
Attorney General Prosser secured n writ
of prohibition front the Supreme Court,
restaiuiug Judge Parsons from proceeeiug
further with the case until it could be re
viewed upon its merits by that Court.
Liter, upon the advice of the Attorney
General, the prohibition proceedings
were voluntarily discontinued, the res
training order vacated and Sheriir Searlc
directed to collect the fine as above.
I'aliala I'laulnllnii (lilndlng.
After n seven months' drouth in Kan,
which dried vegetation throughout the
district almost to a parchment, several
ll ird showers two weeks ago freshened
the cniie nnd gave n supply of water
which has enabled the Pallida Planta
tion lo start grinding. Manager Ogg is
hopeful that he will be nblc to get the
crop ofT without nny further difficulty
nud ns the rniuy sensoit nppears to have
set in, he has 110 (e.irs of a set back.
Draft No. 7904, for $376.35, drawn by
the Hilo Sugar Co. oil W. G. Irwin &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, in favor of Matsti
nago Kisaburo, dated June 10, 1905. pay
HILO SUGAR CO., LTD.
The premises occupied by Mr. A. Lind
say on Pleasant street will be for lease or
rent 011 and after July 1st. For particu
lars inquire of
MRS. M. L. PORTER,
33-1 Pitman Street.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
-, F nnd A. M. There will be
V special meetings of the nbove
' odgc on the following evenings,
at 7.30 p. in:
Wednesday, June 14th, third degree
The rcuular stated mcctlmr on Satur
day, June 17, 1905. Sojourning and visit-
lug Drctlircu nre cordially invited.
I)y order of the W. M.
UNION BARBER SHOP
Agents for the
S SANITARY w
TEAM LA U N DRY
Leave your packages at the Union Bar-
Delivered by every Wednesday's Kinau
No extra charge. We pay the freight.
For Sale, One Upright Krocgcr Piano
in excellent condition.
Furniture of all descriptions, including
one very good Steel Range and Porcelain
Hath Tub, Ilcds, Chairs, Diuiug-Rooiii
Tabic, Sideboard, Crockery, Glassware,
One new Singer Sewing Machine.
Chickens and one young Jersey Cow.
ALL VERY CHEAP
MRS. F. SOUZA
Celebration nt II0110I1I1111.
The Hawick Couimoii-Ridiug was cele
brated in 11 very pleasant and joyous
manner at the Hniiohiuu IIirdiug-IIouse
ott Jast Saturday evening. The evening
was spent with songs, violin solus, reci
tations, and slip dances. Delicious n
freshtnciits were served throughout the
Songs were nbly rrudcred by Messrs.
Aiuslic, Chalmers, Scott, Lillico, and
MncKenzie of Hakulnu, mul by Messrs.
Inglis and Elliot of Houohiiia; violin
solos by Mr. Scott, nud recitations by
Mr. Ainslie of Hakulnu. An excellent
display of Scotch dancing was ghen by
Mr. Smith of Houohiiia ami Mr. Cameron
r Ctu"ji5j SB
Sued for Criminal Libel.
J. II. Mnkiuo, ns proprietor and pub
lisher of the Kau weekly was arrested on
June 5th upon n charge of criminal libel
brought by Carl S. Wolters, manager of
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation. The Kau
Weekly is a Japanese-English newspaper,
recently started nt Hoiiuupo by Makino
with George Nagusa ns editor, which has 1
been very bitter in its attacks upon Man-1
nger Wolters and his management of the
Hutchinson Plantation. The case has
been on trial all week before District
Magistrate Wnipuhini and will probably
be submitted oil arguments today, The '
specific charges is an article printed in '
the liewspiper under date of April igth
giving an alleged interview between '
M.mnger Wolters nnd n Japanese which
involves subordination of perjuri. At-,
torney G. F. Muydwell is assisting the
prosecution and lawyer Harry T. Mills
representing the defense.
Held Under the Auspices of the
HILO TENNIS CLUB
Hilo Tenuis 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 are open for competi
tion among residents of the Island of
The Tournament will be conducted un
der the Rules and 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. tit. on
Saturday, June 24th, at the Hilo Hoard of
The tournament will commence on
Thursday, June 29th. If possible, the
finals will be played 011 July 1st and the
challenge games on July 3d.
Committee in Charge H. B. Elliot, F.
W. Thrum, A. Humburg, A. Lindsay, S.
Referee F. C. Paetow.
S. GRACE, Secretary.
Vitally important that vou heed their
"" warnings, else serious results mav ensue.
No Coiiipetlllou. I - Glasses fitted to all defects of vision by
Tie uniform success or ehamhcrUi.'s " f Ur ll,oroul1' rlKM l"
Culm, Chokra nud Duiirho.M Remedy in I Our reputation for honestv. fair t-ni.
I the relief and cure of bowel complaints uietil ami right glasses is established.
both in children ami adults has brouuht ' oave suucriug, regret ami money ny
11 i,,i,,i,. ...! ..... .1.... 1. 1.. iconbultiUK us when your eyes call lor
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
practically without a rival, and as every
one who has used it knows, is without an
equal. Sold by the Hilo Drug Co.
First Foreign Chinch.
habbith, June 18, 11 a. til. "Let
mat is nlinrsl come," Key. 22:17. 7:30
p. tu. "Paul ut Alliens," Acts 17:16,
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVER MAY & CQ,
J 11905 J
Ho! for the Races!
UNDER Tlili AISI'ICES OF Till! HAWAII JOCKliY CLUIt
HOOLULU PARK - HILO - HAWAII
COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT NINE O'CLOCK AM.
I. -Mllc, Free for nil $160
2. '-Mile, Hawaiian llred 200
3. Jj-Miic, Pony Rnce, 14 hnnds or under 50
4. I-Mllc, to Harness, 2:30 Clnss.besl two in three 200
6. l,V-Mlle, Free for nil 400
6. -Milc, Hawaiian llred 0O
7. 1-Mile, Free for nil 250
8. ;i-Mllc,Jnpancse Race Swoopstnkos
9. tf-Mllc, Ftce for nil ; .. 200
10. 1-Mile, Lnnn's Rnce, for horses other than
racers, to be owned nnd ridden by luiias 50
I I . Ji-MHc, Donkey Rnce, riders to clinnge, last lo
finish wins 20
Total $ 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 6 00 v. m.
SCRATCHES TO CLOSE ON JULY 1 AT 600 i. m.
NO AUTOS ALLOWED WITHIN THE GROUNDS.
BASEBALL CAME, $75.00.
J. D. EASTON, Secretary.
Medium Width Four-in-Hands
White Bows for Full Dress
All the above in new designs anil
SHIRTS THAT FIT
L TURNER CO. Ltil
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO.. Lid.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made anil Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate ami Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS f"
Sulphato of Ammonium
Sulphato of Potash
Nitrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
Fertilizers for sale in large or small (inantities. Fertilize your lawns uilh our
Special Lawn Fertilizer.
P. O. BOX 767,
C. M. COOKE, President.
E. F. mSIIOP, Treasurer.
G. II. ROUERTSON, Audilot
E. D. TENNEY, Vice-President.
J. WATERHOUSE, Secretary.
W. M. ALEXANDER, C. II. ATHERTON