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TlIR WUKKI,Y IIIU) TRMUNIJ, HILO, HAWAM, TUKSDAY, JULY fi( 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Attention ii cnlltil to tin notice to
JuilRe Arthur A. Wilder U n uesl nl
Uie Volciiuu limine.
There wlllbe a meeting of the Yoiiiik
Men's He)iibllciin Club tonight nt Flic
Associate Justice Oalhralth, formerly
ofllilo, has resumed the practice of law
Miss Lillian Akenimn, of Kona is visit
ing her nunt Mrs. John C. Searle on
Miss Minnie Schmidt and Miss l'ranc
Eaton departed for Honolulu on Friday
for their summer vacations.
The steamer F.nterprive leaves for Ho.
nolulu tomorrow nt to n. m.carryiiiK pas
sengers nnd mail. Mail closes nt 9 n. m.
Dr. A. 1. Clark departed for his home
In Honolulu on l-'rid.iy's steamer and ex
pects t6 return to Hiloagain in November.
R. T. Guard has been selected ncting
consul for the Republic of l'anani.i nl
Ullo during the absence of l'lorentiu
The Alameda mall will arrive Sunday
noon per S. S. Maui ns usual, satisfactory
arrangements hnviug been mode by the
Major John Milsaps, who has charge of
the Salvation Army work on the Islands,
will be holding meetings in Hilo and
surrounding villages from the 12th to the
21st of July.
W. T. Rawlins, lnte deputy high she
riff, has been appointed by Judge Dole to
his former position of referee in bank
ruptcy, lately held by A. M. Drown, now
' There is no danger of infection from
contngious diseases, if you have your
laundary done at the Honolulu Sanitary
Laundry. Clothes shipped to Honolulu
and returned free to customer.
V. h. Johnson, bookkeeper and cashier
of the Honolulu Dairymen's Association,
Ltd., arrived on the Klnau on a vacation
for the sake of his health, accompanied
by his mother nnd daughter Harriet.
Improve the appearance of your ward
robe by using "Good Form" clothes
hangers to keep your clothes pressed and
nt the same time lessen the space nt
present required. Moses & Raymond.
Cupt. V. A. Fetter, commanding Com
pany V), N. G. II., has received informa
tion that the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce, through popular subscription, will
be able to appropriate f 25 per.month for
the support of the local company.
Joshua D. Tucker, Inspector of the 49'h
Mnsonic District will arrivive by Wed
nesday's Kinnu to inspect the local Mas
onic Lodge nnd the local Scottish Rite.
There is a notice in this issue calling a
meeting of Kihiuea Lodge on Wednesday
evening at 7:30 p. m.
The Inst game in the tenuis tournament
took place Saturday afternoon, being the
final contest in the gentlemen's doubles
between George Ilnpai and I. C. Mellor
against Dr. J. J.Grace and J. IJ. Metcalfe,
the last year's champions, resulting in a
victory for the younger players.
The Hoard of Trade of Hilo have ex
tended an invitation to Secretary Tait
and party to visit Hilo and other points
of interest here, but ns his stay in Hono
lulu will probably not be extended longer
than twelve hours, it is not likely he can
accept the courtesy offered.
Mrs. J. Holland has returned tr 'Iter
country home nt Pahoa.
Capt. Win. Matsou has been the guest
of Mr and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy.
Miss Mabel R. Woods and Miss I. II.
Woods returned to their home ill Kohaln
Why cut your own throat when you
cm buy n Gillette Safely Razor nt
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
Mrs. Win. Shipmau and family nre
spending n few weeks nt their mountain
house at 29-miles, Volcano road.
Captain W. Matsou nnd n party of
friends were entertained yesterday nt Hn
knlnu by Mr. nnd Mrs. George Ross.
Dr. N. Russel is reported to be laboring
nuioiig the Russisu prisoners in Japan
preaching liberal government for Russia.
Under the new license law, W. C.
Peacock & Co., Ltd., arc permitted to
sell to their patrons all wines and liquors
in any quantity.
P.xalted Ruler George II. Angus of
Honolulu Lodge of F.Iks, accompanied
by his wife, have been visiting Hilo and
the Volcano House.
The County ol Oahu have determined
to provide for Ilcrger's band for the month
of July, and are relying upon the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit and Land Co. to main
tain it thereafter.
A party to the Volcano House on Sat
urday, was J. P. Woods, Sam P. Woods,
II. Vicars, Geo. II. Angus, Dr. W. II.
Schooling, B. P. Howland, Dr. Archtr
Irwin and a quintette club.
T. McCaut Stewart, the colored orator
and prominent leader in Republican poli
tics of the Islands, will shortly leave Ho
nolulu for the mainland, where he ex
pects to locate permanently.
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.
Mons. Vizzavoun, Preuch Consul,
Honolulu, whos health has not been very
satisfactory of late, arrived Thursday by
the Kinati to visit the Volcano for the
first time in since his arrival in Hawaii.
During his absence, Dr. Marquis will be
in charge of the Prench Cousolate in Honolulu.
J. K. Nahale, who was defeated in the
running for deputy sheriff of North Kona
in the Hawaii county election, has been
admitted as an attorney of the lower
courts, before District Magistrate George
Clark of Knilun. Twenty years ngo he
held a similar license. He is now going
to make application for admission to
practice in nil courts of the Territory.
NOTICE TO BANANA
According to the published stntment of
Territorial Treasurer Cmnpbrll, the
amount of money monthly allotted
to each county, being tuc estimated one
half of the tax receipts for the tnxaliou
period, lesjthc sum due to the Territory
is as follows: Oahu, 25,000; Hawaii,
f7,ooo; Maui, $3,750 nnd Kauai, J,385
These accounts are based upon the esti
mated taxes for the taxation period and
nre the monthly allowances for the se
vend counties named.
The red baud on the Kiunu's funnel
has been painted out and the dull black
finish of the rest of the slack changed to
thc'glossy block of the Inter-Island fun
nels. The former Wilder boats are now
berthed nt the Irmgard wharf at Honolu
lu. , The Kiiiau lies close to the seawall
on the Waikiki bide with the Likelike
juit'aslern of her. The Maui docks on
the Ewa side. The new dock gntei. have
been painted green.
Klnau llt'inuturcs, July 7.
R. G. Henderson, Mrs. Messick, C. K.
Stillmau Jr., W. Iluchel, L. Pelrie, P. II.
Dorafelt, L. Warren, Jas. Hattie, J. Wal
tcr Doyle, Miss Franc Eaton, Miss Miu
uie Schmidt, W. 11. Lambert, wife mid
daughter, Will. I.iudsey, P. W. Carter,
Miss II. K. Ilnpai, Dr. A. II. Clnrk, Miss
Mabel R. Woods, Miss I. II. Woods, J.
Monsarrnt, E. P. Bishop, Rev. T. Inoue,
wife and three children.
Don't Wlt Until You .Need It.
Do not wait until some of your family
is taken with a violent attack of colic or
diarrhoea. A bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy nt
hand when needed has saved many a life.
Procure it at once. For bale by Hilo
Will Sail for San Francisco About
Intending shippers must file with
Agent not later than JULY loth
a memorandum of the number of
bunches they wish to ship.
R. T. CUARD,
Agent Matsou Navigation Company
A surprise was given to the friends of
Miss Caroline Castle and Rev. W. D.
Wcstcrvclt both of whom are well known
in Hilo, on learning of their marriage
Monday evening, July 3d, at the Castle
home in Moaun valley, Honolulu. The
ceieiuony was performed by Rev. W. M.
Kincaid of Central Union Church. Miss
Castle is the daughter of Mrs. Maiy Cas
tle and the sister of Messrs. W. R. Castle,
George P. Castle, James B. Castle and
Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock of Hilo, Rev.
Wcstcrvclt has been connected with Ka
wailiao church, Honolulu, for several
years, and is a busy citizen, having been
iildcutificd with many public matters
looking to the betterment of social and
political condition in Honolulu.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
IIASr.ll.VI.I, AMI HACKS.
I'ouilh of .liily.Olisened llrsplle lliu
Owing to a heavy downpour of rain the
night before the condition of the race
track nt Hoolulii Park on the Fourth of
July was not the best for good racing.
The rains of the morning also made the
track very sloppy, which interfered ma
terially with the running. However,
there wns good sport furnished those who
attended and the grand stand and pad
dock held its usual crowds.
The match race between Philip nnd
Antidote, scheduled for 9 o'clock, wns
called off owing to nn injury in n practice
run received by Philip. So So was .sub
stituted, winning in i.?3,V-
In the one-half mile free for nil, the
result wns 1st, Hgyptlnn Princess; 2nd,
G. II. R.; 3rd, Merril's Force. Time!
In the three-quarter mile, Hawaiian
bred race, Montsarral's Antidote won.
The result was: jst, Antidote; 2nd, If
Not; 3rd, Why Not. Time: 1.35.
The pony Nigger, which has been a
favorite niuong the players, got n bad
Rtnrt in the pony race, but succeeded in
coming in second. The result was 1st,
Ke.inakolu; 2nd, Nigger; 3rd, Sweet Pen.
Time: 60 seconds. '
The harness race proved nn interesting
event. Before n start could be made, the
horses had become nearly worn out. The
result of the race was: 1st, John D; 2nd,
Ned McGowan; 3rd, Nazon. Time:
3-.A7U :s3 and 2:55.
Owing to Titc Frclter's injured leg, the
race having the largest purse of $400 was
In the sixth race, a half mile, Hawaiian
bred, a good start was made, with the
following finish: 1st, G. II. R.; and,
Antidote; 3rd. If Not. Time: si'i.
The one mile race was a beautiful run,
Egyptian Princess carrying off the purse.
The finish, which though close, was as
follows: 1st, Egyptian Princess; and,
Briiucr; 3rd, Dixie Laud. Time: 1:53.
In the second heat of the harness
event, Nazou was withdrawn, lcnving
Ned McGownu nnd John D. in the con
test. The lnttcr proved the steadier nnd
faster animal, and lead nt the finish.
The ninth event wns n three-quarter
mile frcc-for all, in which Egyptian
Princess met her first defeat on the local
track. Bruucr of Honolulu carried off
the purse. The result was: 1st, Bruuer;
2nd, Egyptian Princess; 3rd, So So.
The tenth race, of one mile ridden by
Itiuas for a purse of $50 was won by Rit
chie. The last event was a donkey race,
which afforded much amusement. The
distance was one-half mile, riders to ex
change animals, the last to finish being
declared the winner. Victor's animal
came in last and was the winner of the
The match ball game between Papaa
loa and Hilo picked teams was played
during the races and caused ns much en
thusiasm ns the other sports. The bet
ting was lively nnd in favor of the visitors.
The boys from the country played well,
but were not a match for the Hilo aggre
gation, who under the leadership of Pit
cher Brown, were victorious and secured
the $75 prize money. McCnnn nnd E
uocli Brown ncting ns umpires of ttic
game, which was clean nnd skillfully
played by both sides, with a score of 9 to
2 in favor of Hilo. The score is as fol
Papaalon o 0000020 o 2
Hilo 3 0001200 6
MALKINANT 1)1 1'llTIILKlA.
: A Popular Society (llrl Succumbs to
the II rend Disease.
No greater shock has been received by
the community than the sudden de h
yesterday at noon of Miss Florence Scott,
after an illness of only five days nl the
home of her uncle, Mr. John A. Scott nt
Mils Scott contracted n severe cold at
the Fourth of July ball at, the Hilo Ar
mory, which developed into lonsllltis.
She was up nnd about the house until
Saturday, when her condition assumed a
more serious turn and symptoms of diph
tliciia developed. Dr. Milton Rice, the
attending physician, determined upon
tracheotomy, and calling in Dr. John J.
Grace, an incision was made into her
throat affording her temporary relief. She
began steadily to sink and although
otherwise a robust young' woman the
physicians, after working nil Sunday
night with the patient, at five .o'clock
Monday morning, gave up her case as
hopeless. Every means known to medi
cal science was resorted to without avail
and the beautiful nnd brilliant young
woman died while in nn unconscious
condition nt 11:40 a, 111. Monday.
Florence Wolcott Scott, was bom nt
Milwaukee, Wls.July 17, 1882, the oldest
daughter of Hector Monroe Scott nnd
Hnrriet Wnlkcr Scott. She spent her
early childhood at Salt Lake City, but
received her education and has resided
since seven years of age with her parents
at Holyokc, Mass. She came to Hilo on
June 29, 1903 for n year's visit with the
family of her uncle, John A. Scott and
prolonged her stay until the departure of
the Enterprise this mouth. She leaves a
widowed mother and two sisters, and was
twent -three years of age at the time of
her death. She was an accomplished
young woman, one of Hilo's favorite
belles and had n host of friends.
The funeral, to which only the immed
iate family and friends were invited, took
place yesterday afternoon at 5 o'clock
from the Reed's Bay residence. Owing
to the contagious character of the disease
the family and premises have been quaran
tined for ten days.
P. Peck, who missed connection with
the Klnau last week, arrived Saturday on
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
rf P. and A. M. There will be
V special meeting of the above
' ' lodge on Wednesday, July 12th,
1905, at 7:30 p. in., to meet Inspector
Joshua I). Tucker of the 49th Masonic
District. A lodge ot Instruction and
Practice will be held. Members of the
above lodge, nnd sojourning mid visiting
brethren nre cordially invited.
Hv order of tlie W. M.
G. II. VICARS,
Elks Mourn Her Loss.
Miss Florence Scott, who died on yes
terday was a favorite in Elk social circles
and in the dramatic performance given
by that order on the evening of Fourth
of July, took a prominent part in the
cast of characters. At the meeting of
the Lodge held last evening resolutions
of respect and sympathy were passed
and spread upon the minutes, as follows:
Whereas, it has pleased Almighty God,
in his inscrutable wisdom, to remove
from our midst Miss Florence Scott; and
Whereas, by her sweetness and gentle
ness of character, her universal courtesy
and her cheerful disposition, she has en
deared herself to all with whom she came
in contact and especially to the Hilo
Lodge of Elks; therefore,
Resolved, by Hilo Lodge, No. 759, B.
P. O. Ii., that in the untimely death of
Miss Florence Scott the people of Hilo
have sustained n profound shock and have
suffered an irreparable loss, while this
Lodge has lost one of its best beloved
Resolved, that we tender our profound
sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. John A. Scott
in this hour of their deep affliction; and
Resolved, that these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of this Lodge
and a copy be bent to the relatives,
Tho Ohm Strike.
The Japanese laborers on the Olua plan
tation returned to work on July 5H1 with
out any difficulty, the cause of the strike
apparently being merely a demand for a
holiday preceding the Fourth of July,
which had been refused by the head luua.
There was no rioting or other disturbance
incident to the refusal to work.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
THE FIRST BANK OF HILO
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
JUNE 30, 1905.
Loans and discounts J-3to.732.74
Call loans and Gov't Warrants 14,921.39
Furniture and fixtures 5,737-66
Other assets 539.87
Due from banks 19,336.12
$ 383.068.3 1
Capital stock paid in $142,500.00
Surplus and profits 26,030,89
ucposiis 313,122 42
Due other banks 1,415.00
I. C. A. Stobie, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. A. STOBIE, Cashier.
Examined and found correct:
W. H. SHIPMAN, )
II. V. PATTEN, I Directors.
JOHN T. MOIR )
N. C. WILLFONG, Auditor.
Subscribed and sworn to by C. A.
Stobie, before me this 1st day of July,
A. D. 1905.
W. S. WISE,
Notary Public, Fourth Circuit, T. II.
First Foreign Church.
Sihbath, Ju.y 16, 1905, n a.m. "Dead
with Christ from the rudiments of the
world," Col. 2:20. The evening services
will he discontinued during July and
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS may seem a
long way off yet, but we ure busy prepar
ing for our annual show of Fancy Goods
for that occasion.
That we may be able to open up with
an entirely fresh btock we have decided
to offer what few articles we have on hand
at prices hilhertq unheard of.
For the convenience of intending pur
chasers we have arranged the goods into
lots, any of which we will send on ap
proval to those so desiring.
LOT ONE A few Dressing Sacques and
Smoking Jackets. Any of these would
make a handsome present. Prices from
$3 95- Only half dozen in all.
LOT TWO Choice assortment of Table
Centers in Embroidered nnd Drawn
Woik. From $4.50 upwards.
LOT TIIREF.-A few suits of Silk Pa
jamas. Ring Us Up
Olaa Property &Mn&
: ! . 3 1 S, 11 c a r 22-
Milcs, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement
UlMfimo' Phnn 7 Acres, Iin-
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
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