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TIIU WURKIA 1111,0 TRIHUNU, lUhO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNK 2 uJ0$.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
A. C. Howies of New York I registered
at Demosthenes Cafe.
The S. S. IJutcrptlsi? Is expected to or
rivc on Tuesday, July .(tli.
S. II. Webb has for sale a too snfc,
which he will dispose of nt $40.
J. T. Moir wnsn departing passenger to
Honolulu last Friday on huslncs.
A daughter was horn to the wife of C.
II. Olncy nt Reed's liny yesterday morn
Jug. Miss Daisy Lishiuaii of Honolulu is
visiting her sister Mrs. Geo. Ross at Ha
kalnu. Chairman W. II. Ilccrs has called n
meeting of the Hcpuhlican District Coin
tnittcc this evening.
Why cut your own throat when you
can buy n Gillette Safety Hnzor nt
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
The clothes hangers sold by Moses &
Raymond arc the kind that kerp your
clothes in shape. Try n set.
Miss Emma Lyons of Honolulu is
making n vacation visit with her sister,
Mrs. A. W. Richardson.
Mrs. E. N. Hitchcock nnd daughter
have been the guests of Mrs. A. G. Cur
tis at Kurtistown, Olaa.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. L. Shaw have return
ed from the Volcano and nrc now located
nt their Reed's Bay residence.
Miss Minna Ahrcns left on Friday's
steamer to join her parents who nrc now
residing at Honolulu.
The clothes hangers sold by Moses &
Raymond nrc the kind that keep your
clothes in shape. Try n set.
Miss Franc Potter left on Friday's
Kinau for her summer vacation, which
she will spend nt Lake Tnhoe, California.
C. 1'. Uenlon, lately of the Arm of lien
ton & Arioll, road contractors, is employ
ed with Tlico. II. Davis & Co. Honolulu.
The Catholic Church Fair and I.uau
will attract a large crowd nt the Hilo
Armory next Saturday night. Admis
sion is free.
Alviu Kcech, the small son of Okc
Kcech of Ilouomu, was n returning pas
senger from Honolulu on the Kinau last
C. O. Smith departed on the Roderick
Dim Sunday morning for his summer
vacation, which he will spend on the
Moses & Raymond wish to announce
that there has been n reduction in prices
of Ilutterick patterns. They always have
the latest styles.
Owing to the Fourth of July falling on
Tuesday, the Kinau will arrive in Hilo
one day late next week departing on
Friday at 1 o'clock p. 111.
George Richardson who has been
making a tour through Europe and who
arrived in Honolulu on the Chuia, is ex
pected to return next Wedncseay.
If you want to keep in touch with local
news happenings while away for the
lummer, leave your address with the
Triuunb. No extra charge for mailing.
A Slirn of Prosperity.
The half page advertisement of G. W.
Lockington, the furniture dealer, appear
ing in this issue is no sign of "hard
times." When prices are the lowest,
then is the time to buy, is the secret of
Mr. Lockington's success. Being satis
fied with small profits anil quick sales, he
gives the customer the benefit of Sail
Francisco prices. He carries the largest
stock mid variety of high class furniture
and house furnishings 011 the Islands,
For assortment, ityle and prices, the
Hilo Furniture Store cxcells. In the
undertaking department, which has been
enlarged, a large stock of all sizes and
kinds of caskets, coffins and undertaker's
supplies ore kept on hand, and all of the
minute details of funerals arc carefully
looked nfter. A visit to his establishment
will fully repay n;iy one seeking full
Roderick Dim Departs.
The bark Roderick Dhu, Eugalls mas
ter, cleared on Saturday for Sail Frau
cisco, with five passengers and a cargo of
sugar and general merchandise. The
sugar shipment consists as follows: Ha
kalau, 20,000 bags; Hilo Sugar Co., 20,.
000 bags, and Waiakca Mill, 3,200 bags.
The passengers were Judge O. M. Cun
ningham, of South Bend, Ind.; Dr. B.
Vau Etten Dolph, New York; F. L. Fel
ler and wife, Los Angeles; and Cyril O.
J. Meiiu'cke, of Knhtila, was n Ililo
visitor Inst week.
E. F. Nichols has returned from n two
month's vacation nt the coast.
A slight earthquake was experienced
on yesterday morning at 7:20 n. 111.
The Hilo Cotillion Club give n dance
this evening at the Spreckcls' Hall.
Mls Nellie McLaiu.a Honolulu school
teacher, is the guest of Mrs. George Ly
curgus. Win. McKai was called to Honolulu
Inst week on business connected with the
Wilder Steamship Co.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Hilo Hoard of Trade meets next Friday
night at Fireman's Halt.
Mrs. II. F. Schocn and family returned
on Friday morning from n week's outing
nt Wnitiilii, Volcano road.
Miss Mabel Tnylor, who has been
teaching school nt Pcpeekeo, returned to
her home in Honolulu on Friday.
The Volcano House offers n special
Fourth of July dinner next Tuesday, nnd
pyrotechnics nt night by Madam 1'ele.
Judge O. M. Cunningham, accom
panied by his physician returned to San
Francisco on the Roderick Dhu Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lambert nre occu
pying the cottage in I'uueo, in which
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. McLcnu formerly re
sided. Ileforc leaving on your summer vaca
tion, leave your change of address with
the Triiiunk nnd the paper will be sent
you without extra charge.
The Hilo Candy Co. have removed
their quarters from Front street to more
spacious quarters on Waiainienuc street,
opposite the Volcano Stables.
Chas. Sumner, who has lately been em
ployed in the local branch of Thco. II.
Davis & Co. Ltd., has left that establish-
incut to return to his home in Ilostou.
J. G. Rothwcll, malinger, W. C. Pea
cock & Co. Ltd. spent n portion of last
week in Hilo on business connected with
that firm, returning to Honolulu on Fri
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 011 shipments.
Dr. A. II. Clark, the Honolulu dentist
arrived 011 the last steamer and will re
main about ten days in Hilo. He is pre
pared to give attention to scieuiific den
tistry work w hile here.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Win. Chalmers, Jnmcs
Henderson, and Alex Frascr formed a
"gacn hanie" party which left Friday
for Aberdeen, Scotland. They expect to
be gone about four mouths.
Alvah Scott, who has been attending
Cornell, nnd Irwin Scott, who is prepar
ing for the same college nt Lawrence
ville, N. J. returned 011 the Manila Loa,
arriving in Hilo on Saturday night.
Moses & Raymond wish to announce
that there has been a reduction in price
of Dutlerick patterns. They always have
the latest styles.
James U. Rickard, of Honokan, now n
clerk in the Interior Department nt
Wnshington, wns among the graduates
of Columbian University at the recent
commencement, receiving the degree of
Bachelor of Laws.
Among the Hilo students, who have
been attending various schools in Hono
lulu, who returned last week are: Miss
Kntheriiie Saddler, Emma Akniiiti, Hel
en Medcalf, F.duah Akau, F.lvira Oso
rio, and Willie Ah Hip.
Subscribe for the Triuunh. Subscrij)
lion $2.50 per year.
The tug-of-war on Saturday night nt
the Hilo Armory resulted in n draw in
both contests. The Ijovs from the steam
er Kaiulani pulled against the Waiakca
team for forty minutes nnd the Road
Hoard team waged brawn ond muscle
against the Company D team, for over
nn hour without n victory for either side.
The Triiiunk has been requested to
state by Fred C. Conradt, assistant book
keeper in the office of the Hilo Electric
Light Co., Ltd., that Konradt Hayes, who
has confessed to the charge of burglary
and is now awaiting trial in the Hilo jail,
is not related or in nuy other way con
nected with him.
A Itnop (Jcriiiiin.
The home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
Hayes 011 Wiiinucntic street presented nn
animated scene of color ntid Iwouty on
last night, when about twenty couples
trncid the pretty figures of the gcrmaii,
given in honor of MIssGenevieve Vcnable,
n cousin of the hostess. The parlors had
been cleared nnd were tastefully decorat
ed with ferns and evergreens, clusters of
fragrant roses being conspicious in the
decorations. Settcs nnd chairs were ar
ranged nlong the verandas for the dan
ccrs, and the figures of the gcrman were
led by Miss Vennble nnd Mr. Thos. C.
Rldgwny, with grncc and dexterity.
There wns n profusion beautiful nnd artis
tic favors of roses, butterflies, buttoncircs,
bonnets, etc. which lent color nnd variety
to the dance. Mrs. S. C. Ridgway, Mrs.
John Holland, Mrs. M. Rice nnd Mrs.
W. T. Balding presided nt the favor In
blcs. Cooling refreshments of rose cake
and sherbet were served during the even
ing nnd the dancing continued until long
nfier the midnight hour. Miss Vennble,
who has been n teacher in the public
schools of the Islands for the past eigh
teen months, leaves shortly for her home
in Virginia. She has been n general
favorite in social circles here nnd her
presence will be greatly missed nfter her
Tho High School Silo.
Superintendent Davis of the Depart
ment of Education appointed Represen
tative Jns. D. Lewis, Normal Inspector C.
E. King and School Agent L. Severance
ns n committee to determine 011 n site for
the new Hilo High School, for which
3,000 wns appropriated at the last legis
lature. After considering the various
sites suggested, the committee practically
determined on the lot on which now
stands the Riverside School. The pres
cut lot is not quite large enough to ac
commodate both the Riverside and the
High Schools, which latter will ben nine
room building, and if a portion of the
hospital grounds can be secured, the
mauka portion of the Riverside lot will
be used for High School purposes. Over
tures hnvc been made by the Masonic
Halt Association to exchange their large
building lot above the Mason residence
for the government property where the
Masonic Hall is now located. It is un
derstood, the proximity ol the Masonic
lot to the Union and Riverside schools,
makes it very desirable for school pur
poses, but no definite decision has been
reached on the subject. Normal In
spector King returned to Honolulu Fri
day and will make n full report to the
Itnloir of Ycnr's Work in thn
Another successful year of the Hilo
Free Kindergarten has just closed with
a present enrollment of fifty-seven, nml
yearly Hvcrngc of fifty. During the year,
eighty-six children have been registered.
The topics of thought for the children
nrc cleanliness, politeness, and helpfulness.
The number of visitors other than those
of the closing exercises was twenty-seven.
Special excursions have been made to
the cofTee mill, park nnd bench, There
hnve been two "parties" which were
grcntly enjoyed by the children. Six
birthdays have been observed.
There hnve been three teachers, Miss
Sumner, principal, Miss Mcnloha Ulii,
first assistant, and Miss Ruth Guard, sec
In April, Miss McalolmUlii resigned,
as she was about to be married, and Miss
Florence Scott kindly substituted to the
cud of the term.
On account of Miss Mcatoha Ulii's
faithful services to the kindergarten for
five years, her resignation was accepted
with much regret. It is also with deep
regret that we report the resignation of
our efficient principal, Miss Sumner,
wiiuiu tuny cans 10 waiiiornia. We can
not speak too highly of the moral in
fluence of Miss Stunner and of her un
selfish devotion to her work.
Notwithstanding the dull times, the
public has not failed us, and have suc
ceeded in meeting the obligations of the
year, lor which the committee feers
very grateful, us the outlook at one time
was rather discouraging.
FRANCIS M. WETMORE,
Sec. of Hilo Free Kindergarten Com.
The members of the Kindergarten
Committee for the ensuing year ore Mrs.
J. A. Scot chairman, Dr. Francis Wet
more, secretary, Mrs. W. S. Terry trcss
urcr, Miss J. Dcyo Mrs, Chas. Fnrneaux.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Triuunh.
A. H. Clark, D. D. S., from Honolulu,
has opened an office In Room 2, Spreck
cls' Building, over Hilo Drug Store, for
ten days. 35.1
Federal Olllclnls Visit Hilo.
Hon. F. P. Sargent, Commissioner-Gcu-ernl
of Immigration, J. N. Lott, Solicitor
furthc Treasury Department, Collector
of Customs E. R.Stackable, of Honolulu,
Immigrant Inspector F. M. Bcchtcl and
P. A. Donohue, private secretary to Com-
missioner Sargent, arrived 011 Wednesday
and nfter visiting points of interest in
nnd about Hilo, spent Thursdny nt the
Volcnno House. U hile in Hilo the party
were the guests of J. A. Scott and C. C.
Kennedy, the latter accompanying the
officials to the Volcano.
The purpose of Commissioner Sar
gent's visit to Hawaii primarily is to look
into the labor situation of the Islands,
nnd if possible to recommend to Congress
some solution of the labor problem which
confronts the Territory.
The party left here for Maui, where
they will be the guests of Hon. II. P.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
An Attractive Store.
The attractive show windows of J. D.
Kennedy, the Jeweler, are always an ob
ject of attention and admiration by pas-scrs-b.
Here are displayed only n
small portion of the infinite variety of
pretty things that can be found in this
well ordered nnd up-to-date jewelry es
tablishment. Jewels, rings, brooches,
stick pins, bracelets, watches, chains,
fobs, enamel buckles, gold and silver hair
ornaments suitable for birthday or holi
day gifts, arc arrayed in attractive cases.
Leather goods, solid silver and plated
ware, cut glass, art ware, clocks and
vises make desirable wedding presents
Hint nre appreciated. In fact it is Mr.
Kennedy's aim to keep on hand goods to
satisfy tlie most fastidious tastes. During
the first week in July, a new line of goods
will be opened up, which will be inline
diately placed 011 sale.
Kliuiu Dcpiii-turt'ti, J 11 11 23,
D. Conway, T. A. Burniiighnui, II.
Furencll to F. Houmi.
The banquet on Saturday evening nt
Deuiostheues Cafe in celebration of St.
John the Baptist's Day, given by Kilauea
Lodge of Masons, was 11 distinct success.
Over sixty covers were laid and toasts
were responded to by members of the
Order. The banquet wus in honor of
Past Master F. Sousu, who departs
shortly to make his home in Panama.
The uniform success of Chntubcnuiii's
Colic, Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy in
the relief nnd cure of bowel complaint
both In children and adults has brought
it into ulmost universal use, so that it is
practically without a rival, and as every
one who lias used it knows, is without an
equal. Sold by the Hilo Drug Co.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Gehr, H. Rohrig, Robt. Kepoo nnd wife,
r w I.-:.... ...i ..it. ... . . ,.
-. ... .v.iiji urn, W1IL-, iul5S j, J,UJ,C fllttg
F. Vingt, Jas. Henderson, Alex Fraser,
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers, T. Kaido, Yee
Sheoug, J. Abodii, Miss Franc Potter, A.
McClelland, A. L. I.ouissoii, W. H. Cun
ninghain, Miss Mabel Taylor, J. N. Lott,
P. A. Donahue, F. P Sargent, Miss
Minim Ahrcns, Iiene Alirens mid ser
vaut, Miss R. Cation, E. R. Stackable,
F. M. Bcchtcl, J. G. Rothwell, W. R.
Coombs, J, T. Moir.
The premises occupied by Mr. A. Lind
say on Pleasant street will be for lease or
rent on and after July 1st. For particu
lars inquire of
MRS. M. L. PORTER,
33-1 Pitman Street.
Our new line for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest 'designs ever
offered in Hilo.
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
In order to close up the affairs of Wil
dcr's Steamship Co., all persons having
claims against, or owing bills to this cor
poration, nre requested to present their
clnims nnd settle their bills without de
Iny, nt the office of the company, comer
Fort and Queen streets, Honolulu, or at
the Company's Office nt Hilo.
(Signed) S. B. ROSE,
Hilo, June 22, 1905. 35.2
LADIES' AID SOCIETY
All are cordially invited to attend a
FAIR AND LUAU
to be held at the
Hilo Armory, July 105
All donations for the benefit of the
Church will be highly appreciated.
MRS. W. H. C. CAMPBELL,
The Klks I'litcrtnlii.
Hilo Lodge 759, B. P. O. E. entertain
ed their friends Friday evening at the
Elk Club Rooms, when a large gathering
of friends and members enjoyed the hos
pitulity of this organization. Dancing
was tlie order of the evening and to the
lively strains of a Hawaiian string oi
chestra, the company danced until a late
hour. Punch wus served in an ndjoiuiug
room ami cards afforded amusement for
those so inclined,
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS mnv ,.... ..
long way off yet, but we ore busy prcpor
ing for our annual show of Faticy Goods
for that occasion.
That we may be able to open up with
on entirely fresh stock we huvc decided
to offer what few articles we have on hand
at prices hitherto unheard of.
For the convenience of intending pur
chasers we have arranged the goods into
lots, any of which we will send on np
proval to those so desiring.
I0,T NIJ A fcw Dossing Sacqucs and
Smoking Jackets. Any of these would
make n handsome present. Prices from
3'95. Only half dozen In all.
LOT TWO Choice assortment of Table
Centers in Embroidered and Drawn
Work. From $4,50 upwards.
LOT THREE-A few suits of Silk Pa
jamas. Ring Us Up
Ho! for the Races!
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE HAWAII JOCKEY CLUB
rtOOLULU PARK -HILO -HAWAII
COMMENCING PROMPTLY AT NINE O'CLOCK A M.
I. Ji-Mllc, Free for nil SlfJO
2. -Mllc, Hawaiian Bred 200
3. 4-Mile, Pony Race, 14 hands or under 50
4. I-Milc, to Harness, 2:30 Clnss.bcst two in three 200
6. Itf-Mile, Free for all 400
6 i-Mile, Hawaiian Bred I DO
7. i-Mile, Free for all 26O
8. -Mile, Japanese Race Swoopstakos
fliiic, Ficc for nil 200
I-Milc, Lima's Rnce, for horses other than
racers, to be owned and ridden by lunns 50
Ji-Mile, Donkey Race, riders to change, last to
finish wins go
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 1: t
SCRATCHES TO CLOSE ON JULY t AT 6 00 v. m.
NO AUTOS ALLOWED WITHIN THE GROUNDS.
BASEBALL CAME, $75.00.
J. D. EASTON, Secretary.
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White Bows for Full Bress
All the above in new designs ami
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E. F. BISHOP, Treasurer.
G. II. ROBERTSON, Auditoi
E. D. TENNEY, Vice-President.
J. WATERHOUSE, Secretary.
W M ALEXANDER, C. II. ATHERTON