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1'IIK WKHKLY IIILO TRIHUNIt, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUHSDAY, JULY i8, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
MIm HrirrirL !tnNii N vNtttif! her ois j lllj; lot new firllon. Wall Nichols Co.
tcr Mrs. Paul llarteN 11 1 Honolulu. ,mjh, Squires is visiting Mts. John Wntt
The 1'irst l'nruin Church tueci for the nt Olna.
first time on last Sunday, tlic new
Mrs. 1). W. Mnrsll leaves on the Filter
prise for n visit with her patents, Mr.ond
Mrs. I). C. Vestal of San Joie, California.
Yon will find it n pleasure to sew if
you will h'vc one of our new Singer
Automatics a trial Mocs t Rnymoiitl.
Gov. John T. llakcr expects to lene
on Friday for an extended trip through
Canada and the States, to be ahsctit four
or five months.
Iis-Sheriff Ilaldwin, ns Territorial She
riff, dismissed the entire nolle force of
Maul, hut Sheriff Siffrcy reappointed
most of them as county police.
Capl. Win. Matson anil party were
passengers to Honolulu on the Killer
prise and will return to Sin Francisco
direct by the Oceanic Steamship Com
pany. At n meeting held Saturday afternoon,
the Shippers' Wharf Committee decided
to authoiize the oiling of Front street to
Walakea bridge, Church and Walanue
If you with your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ullo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
There is no danger of infection from
contagious disease!, If you have your
laundarydonc at the Honolulu Sanitary
Laundry. Clothes shipped to Honolulu
and returned free to customer.
On Friday of last week, a lady tourist
nt the Volcano House wandered too far
from the trail to Kilauca-iki and was
found about midnight up a tree, where
she had decided to spend the night se
cure from wild animals.
Harry Gregson, of Kailua, who has
been in Hilo for the past two weeks, re
turned to his home on Friday to attcrd
n meeting of the newly organized Young
Men's Republican Club at that place.
The club was founded by Mr. Gregsou
immediately after the election and Is a
popular movement, promising to alter
the politlcil aspect of the Konas in the
Suo the 1'rctty Things.
As previously announced, J. I). Ken
nedy has just opened up and placed on
sale at his modem establishment one of
the most elegcnt and varied assortment
of cut glass and silverware ever been in
Hilo. The display contains a variety of
the latest designs In cut glass and silver
articles suitable for the boudior and din
ing room. He has also received a new
assortment of souvenir spoons which are
something new and original and are ac
ceptable gifts by anyone. A visit to his
salesrooms will be fully repaid, by a vi
sion of the pretty things now on iew
The following officers were installed in
Court Malum Kea, Ancient Order of For
ester, at their hall, on Monday, July
Chief Ranger, II. F. Schocn; Sub. Chief
Ranger, J. I. Fernandez, Jr.; Fin. Secre
tary, M. K. Victor; Rec. Secretary, Geo.
II. Akau; Treasurer, Jules Carvalho;
Senior Woodward, A. C. N'obriga; Junior
Woodward, 11. tie Camara, Jr.; Senior
Beadle, C. K. Victor; Junior lieadle, M.
I!, de Mello.
Kin mi Departures, July II.
Geo. II. Angus, C. J. Fisher, A. G.
Marccllino, J. F. Woods, Sam 1. Woods,
C. Gray, W. W. Carlyle, Sol Sheridan,
Miss Taggart, Sister Alhertiua, A. James,
Miss Alexander, Miss Kellog, II. F. How
laud, W. H. liabbett, J. I). Tucker, J. 1'.
Cohen, II. I. Rice and wife, T. K.James,
A. F. Cooke, W. I,. Davis, Mrs. llr.iy,
Miss Dray, Mrs. Dr. Hobdy and child,
Miss Irwin, Miss M. Lislimau, Dr. I'iuto,
Mons. Vizzavona, Kbeu S. Low.
Hooked For Lutei-prlso.
The following passengers have been
booked to leave on the S. S. Enterprise,
which leaves tomorrow noon: Mr. and
Mrs. F. Souza, Miss Clioln Souzi, J. D.
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mason anil
four daughters, Mrs. J. Hortou, Mrs. D.
W. Marsh, Miss 15. A. Dunn, Mrs. J.
Martin and two children, Mr. Rces and
son, Albert Horner Jr., Miss I.oraiue
Subscribe for the TltlliUNH. Subscrip
tion $2.50 per year.
Attorney J. L. Katilukott has taken law
offices in the Tkiiiunk building.
John I), Kennedy leaves on the F.uler
prise for a trip to his native heath in
Manager Geo. Ross of Hakalau, went
to Honolulu last Tuesday on the S. S.
The high wind 011 Thursday and Fri
day of last week was the most severe
experienced in years along the windward
coast of Hawaii.
Moses & Raymond can fill your order
for leather sewing machines in different
classes; which are especially adapted to
harness making and repairing on planta
tions. Don S. Ilowmau, Inspector of the Hoard
of Health, owing to overwork and ex
posure to dipthcria cases, has contracted
the malady in a mild form, and is at
the Hilo hospital.
County Attorney will be required to
act ns government prosecutor at the Ko
hata term, which convcuccs July a6.Judgc
Matthcwmaii has summoned the jurors to
appear on August 2nd.
Miss Mary Alexander, daughter of
I'rof. W. D. Alexander of Honolulu, and
Miss Louise Kellog of Alameda, Cat.,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. IJ. D. Raid
win on Wednesday and Thursday of last
week, leaving the following day for a
visit to Maul.
Negotiations have been closed with
l'eacock & Co. for rooms in the Peacock
block as county offices. The Hoard room
will be on Walainuenuc street, Auditor
and Treasurer will be located on llridgc
street. County Attorney Williams will
probably occupy n room in the Urndshnw
Keolnii ill's Appointments.
Sheriff Kcolauui has made the follow
ing new appointments and promotions in
the police force:
New appointments, South Hilo Win,
II. N'nilhua, junior captain; S. Kahaua,
hack inspector, Harry Knell, mounted
police, C. II. Ahiua, mounted police;
Lutikapu flu, Kahauolopita, Keliilielcla,
David F.waliko and Win. Kalaiwaa,
policemen. Oum (No changes). North
Hilo Win. Lavha, captain. Hamakua
J. Keliipuleole and J. Kealoha, police
men. North Kolnla iNo chaugct .
South Kohalu J. K. Kawai Jt.. cap' tin.
North Kou.i Robt. Makahaluna, cap
tain, J K. Aipia and Henj. Koholotmi,
policemen. South Kona S. Lnruo,
cap' ih) ; Henry Mailolo and A. L. Maele,
policemen. Kan J. W. Ktiaiuioku, cap
tain; Kaitioa Kawela and lliirrj Laiu.i
holo, policemen. l'una 11. K. Moses
cud John Kama, policemen.
Promotions. Henry Martin, senior
captain, Hilo, from lieutenant; J. Kant
ian, lieutenant, Hilo, from private; I.tona
Kauiahcle, captain, l'una, from private.
Don't Walt Until You Need 11.
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 at
hand when needed has saved many a life.
Procure it at once. For bale by Hilo
I'll)) ed Hull In Kim.
F.niTou Thiiiukic As we played nl
most as good n game of ball here on the
fourth ns they played in Hilo, I thought
I would send you a report about the
game and other sports as well.
Wniohiuu won over the Naalchu team
by a score of 7 to 2. It was a hotly con
tested game from start to finish. There
were also about twelve other events,
such as races, hammer throwing, putting
the shot, etc, in which everybody took
an interest, the winner getting n cash
prize for his trouble. K. A. Irish, the
school agent, tendered the use of the
new school house at Waiohinu in which
the dance was held in the evening.
Altogether the celebration was not as
hot a time as we had at the primaries,
but very good considering.
Card of Tlinnks.
Mr. and Mrs. John A Scott wish to
thank their friends for the kind expres
hious of sympathy in their recent bereavement.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
The Cox Seed Company of Sail Fran
cisco iiavc appointed the undersigned ns
t'leir local agent. Orders for .seeds,
bulbs und plants solicited, Catalogues
mid prices furnished 011 request.
ROHF.RT INN1JS LILLIIJ,
.MltS. SUOIT NTIIM'KI'.N.
After IteiniMiil I'roni Heed'n liny
I The recurrence of diphtheria in the
family of John A. Scott oil Wednesday
last, when Airs. Scott developed synip.
loins ol the disease nfter her return to
Waluaku Unwis, has caused n feeling of
alarm lit the couitnituily. The sml death
iiT Miss Florence Scott wns a shock to
ever) on.-, nnd the fact that her aunt who
niirstd her during her last illness, con
tracted n .similar throat trouble has
aroused fears of n possible epidemic of
Dr. C. L. Stow of the Hoard of Health,
says there is no grounds for this belief,
n the Scott household have been quar
antined and every precaution taken to
guard against the s"rcad of the disease.
Only Mr Scott, the attending physicians
and the nurse are permitted in the sick
room, nnd the other members of the
family are segregated in another portion
of the house. No member of the house
is permitted to leave the premises and nil
outside communication is cut oflT except
Mrs. Scott's condition is improving,
diphtheria antitoxin having been success
fully used on two diiTcrcut occasions.
When the local supply of antitoxin was
exhausted, an additional quantity was
secured from Honolulu 011 the Knterprise.
There is no apprehension felt ns to the
spread of the contagion, nnd Mrs. Scott
is reported out of danger.
nn.i. 111: ki:i'ki:si:nti:d.
Crnrk Itlfln Shots or Company II
Mill ko to Senglrt.
Arrangements hnvc been made by the
War Department looking to the sending
of n rifle team from the National Guard
of Hawaii to the National shooting match
to be held at Seagirt, New Jersey on Aug.
ust 25th of this year.
Upon recommendation of Capt. W. A.
Fetter based upon the best shooting re
cords in Company D, the representatives
from the Hilo organization selected to
make up the rifle team from Hawaii, arc
Scrgt. J. D. Huston, Corporal II. II.
Morehcad and Private Win, Todd.
Pay, subsistence and transportation
incident to the trip will be furnished,
and it is the purpose to bend the best
rifle shots, as there arc many trophies
and cash prizes to be won, It is expect
ed that a fund of information concerning
rifle shooting which will be of great ben
efit to the National Guard and which
will materially increase the efficiency of
the organization, will be obtained from
There will he many teams from every
slate nnd territory in the Union includ
ing rifle teams from the Army, Navy ami
Marine Corps. Aside from the question
of the efficiency of the militia, the adver
tising feature attending o delegntiou of
crack rifle shots from Hawaii will result
in great gooJ for Ihe Territory.
Death or 1'. S. Clinton.
The details have been received of the
death of F. S. Clinton, who was fouud
dead ill his bed at Kohala, Hawaii,
Thursday morning, June 29th. Hddic
Qiiinn, who was sleeping in an adjoining
room, was with the deceased the night
previous, and when he left the house nt
4 o'clock in the morning, Mr. Clinton
was sleeping soundly. At 8 o'clock
when occupants of the house went to his
room to arouse him, he was found dead.
As he was subject to heart attacks, it
is supposed he died between the hours of
4 and 8 o'clock. After an examination
by Dr. 11. I). Hond, heart disease was
pronounced as the cause of denth.
The remains were taken to Honokna
for Interment. A large number of rela
tlves and friends from Kohala, Wnimea
nnd other points in the vicinity nccom
pauied the remains tn Honokna. The
funeral took place from the Honokaa
lyceum Friday morning, at 10 o'clock,
under the auspices of Maile Lodge No. 4,
Knights of Pythias. There was a profu
sion of flowers and floral gifts from
friends in Hamakua, Wnimea and Ko
hala. F. S. Clinton Was born nt llowman
villc, Ontario, Canada, July 28, i860,
nnd was nearly forty-five years of nge
when he died. Mrs. Clinton was visiting
her mother iu Honokaa at the time of
her husband's death, and to all those
who extended n helping hnnd and kindly
sent extiressions nf Hvtiifuitliu li,r!i,, 1
hour of her bereavement, she desires to
tender her sincere thanks.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Sal rut Ion Army.
I wish to correct the btntement made in
the Herald last week, as to the evening
! meetings being discontinued, at the Sal
The work is carried oti the same through
the Summer. Meetings through the
week ns follows: Tuesdny, Thursday and
Saturday nlghis of each week, Gospel
meetings are held at eight o'clock. Hall
on Front Street,
On Sunday nt eleven o'clock 0. 111.
Holiness meeting. 1:30 p. m. children's
meeting, and iu the evening Gospel
meeting. Chrlstinii friends are kindly
1 invited to attend Ihcbe meetings to nssist.
We nre interested iu the people of Hilo
and our only desire is to do good. Hery
one gladly received nt these meetings.
We nre also glad to call iu homes where
there is sickness or where our bervice is
Officer iu charge,
CAPT. I. HARKHR.
II 1 1.0 111(111 SUIMHH..
The I'rlnelpiil Appointed nnd Work
Preparations are being made for the
organization of the Hilo High School
as provided lit Senator Hrowu's law enact
ed by the last legislature. A special com
mittee of the Hoard of Hdiicntion In Ho
nolulu, consisting of Commissioners Far
riugtou, Wight nnd Ai held n conference
with Superintendent Davis nnd Normal
Inspector King, when the plnns for put
ting the high school in operation were
The problem before the Commission,
ers was whether they should start the
High School work of Hilo at the begin
ning of the next school year as a scpn'-nle
organization or wait until the new High
School building was erected nnd then be
gin the independent organization. There
are two classes iu the Union School now
doing High School work. The commit
tee decided that it was better to have the
High School organized independently
from the outset as seemed to be contemp
lated by the law passed by the last Legis
lature over the Governor's veto.
After thoroughly discussing the situa
tion It was unanimously voted by the
committee to recommend the appoint
ment of F. A. Richmond ns principal of
the Hilo High School. Mr. Richmond is
a Stanford graduate and has been vice
principal of the Honolulu High School
under Prof. Scott.
Mr. Richmond will be expected to do
the work pratically of two teachers nnd
devote nil his time in school hours to
classes on account of the shortage of the
fiindsntthcdispos.il of the Educational
Department. Mr. Richmond was the
only applicant for the place.
Superintendent Davis will ask the Pub
lic Works department to call for compe
titive designs for the Hilo High School
building as soon as the Hilo Hoard of
Trade is heard from ami a decision is
reached on the school site. It is hoped
to secure for Hilo the best High School,
for the money, to be had in the Territory.
At n meeting of the Hoard ot Trndc on
Fridny night it was decided to recom
mend the Riverside school site for the
new Hilo High School, and to remove
the present Riverside school to the
Masonic Hall lot opposite, giving in ex
change therefore the property at the
corner of Uridgc and Waiatiucuuc streets.
DOES UKAUEFUli THING.
dipt. Mntson Pays Ilnniinn Shippers
In a conference with a committee of
the Hoa'rd of Trade consisting of J. W.
Mason, L. Turner and II. Vicars, Capt.
Win. Matson agreed to reimburse banana
shippers at the rate of twenty-five cents
a bunch for all fruit left behind 011 the
last trip of the Knterprise.
This conclusion was reached after a
prolonged conference of the four gentle
men named at the Hoard of Trade rooms
Tuesday last. At the beginning of the
interview, when Mr. Mason of the com-
mittee talked of "responsibility" of the
vessel for the loss to the growers nnd the
obligation which rested on Cnpt. Matson
to make gook this loss, the latter gentle
man refused point blank to discuss the
matter. The colloquoy which followed
threatened to frustrate the object of the
interview, hut the other members of the
committee spread oil upon the troubled
waters nnd n satisfactory basis of settle
ment was ngreed upon. Disclaiming any
liability or responsibility whatever for
the inability of the steamer to nccept
more bananas than its carrying capacity,
Cnpt. Matson said he did not wish to see
individual shippers of small means suffer
any loss and directed his agent R. T.
Guard to reimburse the parties who had
suffered loss, the sum of twenty-five cents
for each bunch left behind. He fuither
instructed his agent to accept only 6,500
bunches for each trip of the Hnterprise
and to require nil shippers to secure per
mits iu advance of shipments, indicating
the space desired. Ah space reserved
under this plan would have to be paid
for, whether occupied or not. Mr. Ma
son Immediately made application for
space for 1,500 bunches for each trip of
the Hnterprise and applications from
smaller shippers have likewise been received.
Uems From Knu Weekly.
Following are o few news items culled
from the last issue of the Kau Weekly,
published at Houunpui
Who said said the Kau Weekly would
die a natural death if Tltompy left the
District? Maybe it was Makiuo.
Land Commissioner Pratt Is soon to
visit our district; he will be the guest of
Has any of the stockholders investigat
ed the sale of live stock belonging to the
place iu 1903? It would be interesting
reading, if only to show the way every
thing has been conducted since.
Wonder if the countless jackasses kill
ed and used as fertilizer were charged to
improvements? If the stockholders have
no kick coming, the jackasses have.
Wonder if the Hoss Jackass is still olive.
Possibly he would nof be good fertilizer.
A little Jappy, a well known Gomasuri,
is now the new confidental friend of the
I Russian Sympathizer. He may find it to
I his advantage to adopt hinj. They are
enough alike to be brothers. How pret
t ty they would look with feathers on. A.
1 barrel of tar has just arrived and every
one is saying "feathers." Perhaps it
I muy mean something, Knu Weekly,
Olaa Property 'XstfZZ
: Z .3 t 8, 11 tin r 2fi-
Miles, Volcano Road; Dot No. 101,
mar Russian SutlcMilViil.
I iClbtf proved; House,
Sta blcs, Off re
Buildings, etc., Volcano Ron
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C. M. COOKK, President.
. F. niSIIOF, Treasurer.
G. II. ROHF.RTSON, Auditot
IJ. D. THNNIJV, Vice-President.
I. WATIJRHOUSIJ. Secretary.
V M. AMJXANDIJR, C. II. ATIIURTON
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