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THK WKKKI.Y HILO TRIHUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNK 20, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Dr. John Holland left on the Claudine
on Friday for a business trip to Honolulu.
The Hilo Cotillion Club announce n
dance at Sprcckcls' Hall next Thursday
The schooner V. II. Mnrston, Gove
tuaster, sailed from San Francisco for
Hilo on last Wednesday.
Why cut your own throat when you
nan buy a Gillette Safety Razor at
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
Manager Carl S. Woltcrs ol Itutclilti
sou Plantation was a passenger to Hono
lulu on the Claudine on l'riday.
Walter Greenfield, of Honokaa, who
lias been In attendance 11 1 Court as a juror
returned this morning to his home.
Mrs. M. D. Cook, of Honolulu, who
has been visiting her sou T. K. Cook In
Olaa, has just recovered from n ten day '9
attack of grip.
On next Saturday evening, June 94th,
St. toliu's Day. the Kllauca Lodge of
Masons will tender n farewell banquet to
Past Master 1'. Sousa.
Herman Rohrig, the genial book
keeper of the Hawaii Mill Co., has ex
changed places with William Turnbull,
bookkeeper nt Koloa Sugar Co., Kauai.
If you want to keep in touch with local
news happenings while away for the
rummer, leave your address with the
Tkiiiuni.. No extra charge for mailing.
Miss Mahana Malterrc, who hns been
attending the Kauichamelia School for
Girls, returned to her her home at Ono
mea last week for her summer vacation.
This evening Dr. and Mrs. Henry
Hayes give an Informal dance at their
home in honor of Miss Genevieve Venn
ble, who departs shortly for her Virginia
The ladies of St. James Guild meet ou
on next l'riday afternoon at 3:30 at the
home of Mrs. W. II. Lambert, l'uueo.
The President requests all members to be
Moses & Raymond can fill your order
for leather sewing machines in different
classes, which arc especially adapted to
harness making and repairing 011 planta
tions. It is currently reported that H. F. Dil
lingham has undertaken the task of
building the Kohaln and Hilo Railroad,
and the work of construction may be ex
pected at no distant date.
Miss I.eilani Weight, daughter of
George Weight of Wailuku, is visiting
her cousin Miss Wilhclmina Weight at
Papaikou. The young ladies have been
at Kaniebameha School at Honolulu.
Carl Duukhauser, employed In the
clerical department of II. Hackfeld &
Co., Ltd., Honolulu, has been temporarily
transferred to the Hilo office during the
nbsense of C. Castendyk in Germany.
You will find it a pleasure to sew if
you will give one of our new Singer
Automatics a trial Moses & Raymond.
Mr. Carl Smith informs us that he will
have a few hundred crysinitliemiuu plants
which he will be glad to give to those
wishing them. The plants can be had nt
his residence on Saturday, June 34th, at
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Hoard will be held on Tuesday afternoon,
June 20, at 3:15 in the I'irst Foreign
Church parlors. Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Mason
and Miss Pomeroy will read paperi upon
missionary work for the Chinese in
China and Hawaii.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made ou shipments.
Herman Kohu, Secretary of San Fran
cisco Lodge of F.Iks and a biuall bunch
of the autlered herd paid a flying visit to
Hilo last week en route to the Volcano.
Others in the party were Chas. Morag
ham, San Francisco, Cal., Siegfried S.
Toplitx, Seattle, Wuih. und George Grei
ner, Terra Haute, I ml.
Qulntus II. Berry, the proprietor and
manager of Berry's Commercial Agency,
has incorporated, with a capital stock of
$25,000, divided into 250 shares of the
par value ol $ 100 each. The officers are
H. A. Giles, President; Fred Waldron,
Vice-president; Q. II. Kerry, Treasurer;
D. W. Ross, Secretary; and Mormon
Tenuis racktt3 rcguttcd W. N. Co.
School Inspector Chas. E. King nnd
wife nre visiting in Kuhala.
Mis. Jas. Kenton of Kohnln was n pas
senger to Honolulu on Friday's Claudine.
Mrs. II, D. -Hond of Kohaln mid two
children left Friday for a visit to Hono
lulu. Mr. nnd Mrs, John Hind nud two chil
dren left Kohnln ou Friday night's Clnu
dine for a visit to Honolulu.
Miss Hen Taylor, principal of the pub
lic school at Wniohiuu, Kau, left for the
mainland ou the Ventura last week.
Mrs. J. T. Moirlclt for Honolulu I'll
day to bring her two daughters home,
who have been nttcudlug school there.
The bark Amy Turner, Wnrland mas
ter, arrived in San Francisco ou Mondny,
June nth, twenty-three days from Hilo.
Complete election returns will be dis
played ou n large bulletin in front of the
Republican Headquarters in the Haldwiu
Miss Ilcrnicc Cook, of Honolulu, well
known in Hilo, left ou the Manchuria
yesterday for a vacation trip to the Port
C. Percy Morse, agent nf the American
Hawaiian Steamship Company, was a
Hilo visitor last week, looking after the
Interests of his company.
Ileforc leaving on your summer vaca
tion, leave your change of address with
the Tkmunk and the paper will be scut
you without extra charge.
Typewriter $20 W. N. Co.
Dr. Francis Wetmorc, Miss Josephine.
Dcyo and Miss Caroline Potter start this
morning for n tour of the Island of Ha
waii. The ladies arc driving nnd expect
to be gone five or six weeks ou the trip.
G. II. Gere is no longer a Hilo visitor,
as announced in the Herald, but he
wants it distinctly understood that he
has been a registered voter of Hilo for
over two years past.
Mrs. Win. Matsou nud daughter, who
have been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A.
Scott, left on Friday, for a visit to Hono
lulu. Captain Matson is expected to ar
rive on the next trip of the F.utcrprise.
The criminal proceedings brought by
Manager Carl S. Wolters against Joe
Makino, proprietor nut malinger of the
Kau Weekly, for criminal libel were dis
missed by District Magistrate Waipulani.
D. Thaanuui, the Hilo conchologisl of
the Herald, is on a mouth's leave of ab
sence on Maui nnd Molokai collecting
rare shells. He will be joined by the
Koontz boys and will make the ascent of
Mrs. P. reck was a returning passenger
from Honolulu on Wednesday last. Her
daughters Miss Emetic nnd Mrs. J. E.
Metcalfe left the steamer nt Knwnlhac
mnking the trip overland to Hilo, arriv
ing Thursday nt a o'clock p. in.
Judge O. M. Cunningham, ncconi
pauied by his physician, Dr. Dolph, after
spending two dnys nt the Volcano, left
Friday morning for a brief visit to Hono
lulu. They expect to return to San
Francisco oil the return trip of the Rod
"Driver Lylc" and some other "driv
ers" in the costumes of submarine fisher
men have been surveying the wreck of
the ill fated Martha Davis the past week,
with a view of dynamiting the hulk. As
yet several attempts made to blow her up
have been unsuccessful.
Attention is called to the notice ap
pearing in this issue regarding the pay
ment of water rates ou or before July
15th. Thereafter ten per cent penalty
will be added, and nil water rates unpaid
after August 15th are liable to be sus
pended without further notice.
Interest is reviving in Hilo in base
ball. P. C. Hcauier, the sporting goods
man, was the limit of baseball enthusi
asts, nnd when he migrated to China,
the interest in the national sport has
lagged in Hilo. However, the ball
A Literary l.iitrrlnliiiuriil .Marks
Close of School.
The shade of Longfellow would have
marveled deeply nnd with pride upon
intelligenl interpretation of his great
masterpiece "Kvnngelinc" ns rendered
by the pupils of the high school nud
grnminar guides nt the Union School
last Thursday night.
The assembly room of the Union
building wns crowded to its utmost capa
city with parents nud friends nnd the
windows were filled with spectators to
witness the school production of Long
fellow's classic. As the pupils recited
extracts from the great author's poem,
they traced step by step the life story of
Kvnngelinc nud Gabriel, son of Basil the
blacksmith, their bcthrolal, their mar
riage, the snd parting nnd exile from
Acadia, nud the final meeting nnd denth
in nn unknown Intid. Interspersed
throughout the the lines of the poem,
were tableaux in costume, nnd songs by
the school which were of exceptional
merit. The Indian club drill by nine
pupils was pretty and effective and n
prnclicnl demonstration of physics by
George Willfong proved interesting.
Miss Catherine Wcstervelt nnd Gloria
Miguel sang the "Lorelei" in n pleasing
Ou Fridny morning exercises were
held in the Riverside Scoool, in which
the various classes of little tots took part.
The program was one of the most inter
esting features of the dny. At half past
twelve, the intermediate grades ren
dered n pleasing program, which was
largely attended by parents nnd n large
number of friends.
Alnmcdn, June 10. At high noon to
day Augustus II. Jackson nnd MissGcuo
veva G. Barrett, were united in marriage
11 the First Presbyterian Church, the
Rev. F. S. Brush preforming the cere
mony. The wedding wns simple in its
nppolutuieuts, the bride being nttnircd In
n blue silk traveling dress. There were
no attendants, nud only the near relatives
of the couple witnessed the ceremony.
Mr, Jackson is n former Alnmednu, but is
now prominently identified with an old
line insurance company. His bride is
known ns the most beautiful young wo
man In Alameda, nud is popular in society
nbout the bay. The couple left for the
southern part of the State 011 their honey
moon. They will live in Honolulu, but
the date of their departure for that place
has not been set.
Voters Mny Register Todny.
Governor Carter has appointed uew
Boards of Registration for duly qualified
electors for Honolulu nud the various
island districts. For East Hawaii com
missions for W. II. C. Campbell, chair
man, W. A. Todd and M. S. Pacheco
were leceived last week, with instructions
to sit ou election day for the purpose of
correcting the lists of registered voters
for Hast Hawaii, wherever errors had
been made or where persons hnd removed
to other voting precincts since the for
mer registration. The Board is not
authorized to register nny new names,
but their session today is to correct the
present lists in the two respects indicated.
Chairman Campbell announces that the
Board will sit today for this purpose at
Fireman's Hall from 9 n. 111. till noon,
nud from 1 p. 111. till 4 p. 111.
Clnudlne Takes Kiiinu Hun.
Owing to the necessity of putting the
Kiuau on the dry dock to be cleaned nt
Honolulu, the Claudiuc took the Kiuau
run Inst week, arriving nt 9:30 o'clock
Wednesday evening. The Claudine got
n late start from Honolulu, waiting three
hours for the Mongolia mail. Ou ar
riving in Honolulu, Claudine will make
preparations for n voyage to San Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar. Owing to
the burning of the bark Martha Davis
last mouth, and the absence of trnuspor-
! tation facilities, there has been a conges-
! tinn nf KUtrnr roniK far cli.t.uii.ni' nil
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ou Monday last, Kamchamehn Day, n
game was played between pick-up nines
from Waiakcn and Hilo, II. II. More
head pitched for the Waiakea team and
Etnbcrt Brown performed like service
for the Hilo aggregation. The latter
won with a score of 9 to o.
Scottish Kites Install Uflluers.
The Installation of the newly elected
officers of the Kulaui Lodge of Perfection,
Scottish Rite Masons occurred last Satur-'
day night, which was followed by a ban-1
quet. The new officers nre ns follows:
Venerable Master, F. Sonza; Senior,
Warden, W. T. Balding; Junior Warden, '
G. II. Vicars; Treasurer, J. D. Kennedy;
Orator, J. T. Moir; Almoner, E. N.
Holmes; Secretary, Win. McKay; Master
of Ceremonies, R, C. Kennedy; F.xpert,
L, A. Andrews; Assistant Expert, A. S.
Wall; Captain of Hosts, D. 1. Maxfield;
Tiler, I), i;. Bowman.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
The uniform success of Chamber.. .ill's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy in
the relief nnd cure of bowel complaints
both in children nnd adults has brought
it ittto 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 Drujj Co.
MJI MM All'f ' mere was a good big uatnred crowd The draw will be made at 8 p. ui. on """"' """" ''". -m
UnifNU I nt the Hilo Armory on Saturday night Saturday, June 34th, nt the Hilo Board of rl
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P. O. BOX 767, . HONOLULU At Iwile'i J
Beyond Prison if
. C. M. COOKE, President. E. D. TENNEY, Vice-President. 13
It. F. BISHOP, Treasurer. J. WATEKIIOUSE, Secretary. M
IG. II. ROBF.RTSON, Auditor W. M. ALEXANDER, r. n. atiiwdov jB
S. GUACIt, Secretary, D iscto.B. I
will carry 800 tons of sugar from Ookala.
Captain Beiiuet nud the ship's crew will
man the Claudine ou the San Francisco
trip, which he expects to make in ten or
Miss Horner Champion.
The Honolulu tenuis matches ended on
; Friday after n most successful season,
J with Miss F.thel Horner of the Dcretaniu
Tenuis Club again champion of the fe
j niinine players. Miss Horner has held
I the championship of Hawaii for four suc
cessive years, nnd tenuis enthusiasts say
I there is no one now in the Islands who
lean defeat her. In her match ou Friday
I with Mrs. S. G. Wilder, she won the
' three sets, and every game, eightei a in
nil. Mrs. Wilder is an excellent player,
but before the expert plnylng of Miss
Horner she had a difficult task. Advertiser.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
YOUiNU MEN MltAIIUATK.
Hilo Hoarding School (Irailuatcs Re
The commencement exercises of the
Hilo Boarding School held in the Haill
Church last Tuesday night were largely
nttcuded. The platform had been ex
tended to accomodate the graduates and
the members of the school taking part in
the choruses. The class colors of green
and gold were conspicious in the decora
tions nud draped across the organ front
wns a green sash bearing the cla.'s motto
in gold letters, "Be True."
Upon the stage were seated Principal
Levi C. Lyman, Rev. C. It. Shields. Rev.
S. L. Desha, and the graduating class of
nine young men, viz: Masaki Miharn,
Haku D. Lovcll, Samuel J. Mnluo, Ku
tnaiiojo Watanabe and Edwin K. Llnd
scy. Miss Sarah Lyman presided at the
organ and the opening chorus was a
"Greeting Glee," sung by the entire
school. Rev. S. L. Dcshn invoked the
The first essay upon the "Invention of
Printing," by Samuel J. Malulo, was a
brief but instructive historical sketch of
the origin and development of printing.
He illustrated the method of typesetting
with the printer's case and his tools of
trade. The Boarding School carry 011 an
up-to-date printing office, the programs
used at the commencement exercises be
ing turned out by the printing office con
nected with the School.
F.dwiti K. Lindscy recounted the "Ha
waiian Legends of Maui", describing the
myths surrounding the discovery of fire
by Maui and his other exploits in chain
ing together the islands of the Hawaiian
Kumanojo Watanabe selected as his
subject "Modern Japan", which while
a broad subject showed a keen grasp of
the eastern situation nnd described the
rapid advances made in civilization and
constitutional government by that sturdy
country. He delivered his essay in good
voice and clear articulation.
"Hawaiian Fishing" was the subject of
Haku D. Lovell's essay, and being illus
trated by stercopticon views proved one
of the pleasing features of the evening.
Cyril O. Smith operated the lantern
slides, and as the speaker described the
beauties of the different Hawaiian fishes,
he threw upon an adjoining screen a
reproduction in colors of the various
Masaki Mihara, another Japanese stu
dent, gave a brief biographical sketch of
"William the Conquerer" and Inci
dentally the early history of F.nglnud,
which was well received.
As each of the students finished recit
ing his essay he was deluged with flowers
and leis, nfter which Principal Lyman
presented the diplomas, accompanying
the presentation with a few words of
counsel and advice for the guidance of
the graduates iu their future lives, and
Rev. C. E. Shields pronounced the benediction.
Picture framing, lowest prices, best
stock Wall Nichols Co.
a KILAUKA LODGE NO. 330,
yj F. nnd A. M. There will be
1& special meeting of the above
' lodge on Saturday, June 34th,
iqoc, at 7.30 n. in. Work iu third
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
Hv order or the W. M.
For Sale, One Upright Kroeger Plnno
iu excellent condition.
Furniture of nil descriptions, including
one very good Steel Range nud Porcelain
Bath Tub. Beds, Chairs, Dining-Room
Table, Sideboard, Crockery, Glassware,
One new Singer Sewing Machine.
Chickens and one young Jersey Cow.
ALL VERY CHEAP
MRS. F. SOUZA
'uu' of Wiir Is it Tie.
There was a good big uatnred crowd
nt the Hilo Armory 011 Saturday night
to witness the tug of war between the
Olaa champions and the Company I)
crack team. Seven husky, muscular
fellows tugged at the opposite ends of a
twenty-foot three inch rope for forty-five
minutes, without moving either side
across the line. At the end of this time
the contest was declared a draw,
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.
Ladies' Doubles (conditional on four
entries being received).
The above events are open for competi
tion among residents of the Island of
The Tournament will be coudncted uu
der the Rules and Regulations of the U.
S. N. L. T. A.
Entries must be made iu writing to the
President before Snturdny, June 24th.
The draw will be made at 8 p. ui. on
Saturday, June 34th, at the Hilo Board of
The tournament will commence on
Thursday, June 39th. If possible, the
finals will be played 011 July 1st and the
challenge games ou July 3d.
Committee iu Charge II. B. Elliot, P,
W. Thrum, A. Humburg, A. Lindsay, S.
Referee F. C. Paetow.
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Ho! for the Races!
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE HAWAII JOCKEY CLUB
HOOLULU PARK - HILO - HAWAII
COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT NINE O'CLOCK A M.
I. -Milc, Free for nll SIOO
2. Jl-Mllc, Hawaiian Bred 200
3. Ji-Mile, Pony Race, 14 hands or under GO
4. i-Mlle, to Hnrncfs, 3:30 Class.bcst two in three 200
6. itf-Mllc, Free for nil 400
0. Ji-Mlle, Hawnlian Bred JOO
7. i-Mlle, Free for nil 2BO
8. ;i-Milc, Japanese Race Swoopstakos
9. .U'-Mlle, Ficc for all 200
I O. I-Milc, Lnnn's Rncc, for horses other than
racers, to be owned nnd ridden by lunas BO
I I . i-Mlle, Donkey Rncc, riders to change, last to
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 Bress
All the above iu uew designs and
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