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THlt WnRKLY HTl6 'TRintlNrt, nn.o, llAWAIf, 'fUKSDAY, AUGUST 8,
f CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
llig lot new fiction.-Wall Nichols Co.
C. A. Ilrown, tlie rniirhninn, is sojourn
ing nt the Volc.mo House.
Mrs. O. II. Ocre went to Honolulu Inst
week on a visit with friends.
Mrr.. l'eck is much Improved, nml is
able to be moved nbout in a wheel chair.
Sewing machines repaired, rented and
sold 011 easy payments of Moses & Ray
II. II. Kenton, who has been in Hono
lulu 011 business, returned to Kolmla 011
Deputy Marshal lf, L. Winter, made
nn official visit to I.nupnliocliuc on Thurs
day of last week.
Misses l'ranc and N'ena ISaton retusned
from Honolulu are nut spending n few
weeks nt Wnillilii, Volcano road.
Ktubcrt M. Ilrown, who has been tem
porarily employed ill the Hilo Drug Co.,
returned to Honolulu on I'riday last.
Willie Campbell, teller in the I'irst
American Savings & Trust Co., nt Hono
lulu, is visiting his father nt l'iihonun.
August Hamburg, W. II. C. Campbell
ntidJ.C. Ridgway were returning pas
sengers from Honolulu on Wednesday
Miss Kttima Lyons, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. A. W, Kichardsoti,
returned to Honolulu on the Kiiiau
Geo II. Williams, Sub-Land Agent is
in Kohaln to nssist I'orestcr Hosmer in
fixing the boundaries of the proposed
Kohaln forest reserve.
Honolulu is resuming the war on the
mosquito, with deadly effect; crude oil
being applied to sewer catch basins and
other mosquito breeding places.
J. II. Porteous nnd II. K. Picker, the
insurance agents, have been visiting Hilo
nnd vicinity on business. Mr. l'ortcous
returned to Honoliiluou Friday's steamer.
II. Hackfcld & Co. Ltd. arc putting up
nt their lumber yard a mammoth lumber
shed 1S0 by 74 feet to accommodate the
shipment of lumber arriving 011 the Hark
Mrs. St. Clair Ilidgood, wife of the
inauager of the Haleiwa Hotel, Waialua,
who has been spending n few weeks at
the Volcano House returned to Honolulu
The schooner Marston, Gove master
which left Honolulu on Saturday week
for Sail Francisco, put back into port
after being out six days, having sprung
a leak. Mrs. A. James and children of
Hilo were passengers 011 the vessel.
Harry T. Lake, formerly captain of
police of Hilo, has taken n position with
the attorney general's department and is
engaged with Deputy Attorney General
Peters, in preparing criminal cases for
the coming term of the first circuit court.
Mrs. W. H. Shipmaii and daughters
left on Friday for Honolulu. Mrs. Ship
man will remain in the latter city for a
visit and Misses Carrie, Florence and
Margaret leave on the Alameda for San
Francisco, where they are attending
Arrangements were made by Dr. J.
Holland while in Honolulu for n test to
be made by the United States Kxpcri
mental Stitiou ns to the productive value
of the Hilo banana for spirits. Tills in
formation is desirable in view of the pro
posal by certniu parties to erect n dis.
SUMMON!!!! TO HONOKAA.
Lewis Schocn is nt Holualon oil n visit
to his daughter Mrs. L. S. Attngst.
Mrs. Albert Homer nnd child of Ktiknl-
nu nre making n visit to Honolulu.
The S. S. Hutcrprise was scheduled to
leave Snn Francisco on Saturday, Aug. 5.
Mrs. L. dc L. Ward nnd child of Hono
lulu, arc visiting Mrs. Ward's parents nt
I'M ward Madden, manager of Kukninu
Plantation, returned to his home Saturday
Foil SAt.rt 10,000 smooth Cayenne
pineapple plants. Huquire of Jim
Doctors Hayes nnd Rice have formed n
co-partnership, as s notice published else
Supervisors Fernandez and Woods re
turned to their homes overland after ad
journment of Iload.
Why cut your own throat when you
can buy a Gillette Safety Knzor at
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
Mrs. A. G. Curtis was n departing pas
senger lor Honolulu, wuerc she will
spend a month in rest and recuperation
of her health.
All of the principal business houses
have agreed to close at noon on Saturday
to enable their employees to attend the
races at IIoolulu Park.
Poor oil will ruin a good sewing ma
chine. Get your oil at Moses & Ray
mond and you will have 110 trouble.
L. A.Thurston, accompanied by Rudolf
Spreckels, arrived on the Kitiau Wednes
day and were the guests of Manager D.
K. Metzger of the Hilo Railroad.
Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
loway is now on Hawaii with Road En
gineer Uere, inspecting public works.
He will arrive in Hilo next Sunday.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Milt clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Sam Peck, Fred C. Smith and Alfred
W. Wall, of Honolulu, attended the
wedding ceremony of Orinoud Wall and
Miss Htuclic Peck last Thursdny, return
ing the following day to Honolulu.
Examinations for Hawaiian certificates
will be held Thursday morning nt 9
o'clock n. m. nt the Uuiou School. Miss
Deyo in charge requests all applicants to
be present at 8:45 a.m. to arrange pre
AT HOOLULU PARK
Sat., August 12th, 1905
Under the auspices of the Hawaii Jockey
Club, commencing at 2 p. tit.
1 mile dash, Phillip and St. Vusef.
t mile trot, best two in three hents,
Admiral Dewey and Ned McGowan.
1 mile Luna's race.
2 mile Jap race.
Including Grand Stand
Train will leave Hilo Station at 1:45 p.m.
of Jurors Drawn for August
Ily the direction of Judge Parsons,
Clerk Gurney on Friday morning drew
the jurors for the August term, which
will convene nt Houokaa on Monday,
August 21st. As will be observed, many
of the names included in the panel served
or were called during the May term of
court just closed. Ily reason of the ex'
traordinary drawing ol o many jurors
196 out of the 200 names on the jury list
it became necessary to begin nfrcsh in
the selection of the Houokaa panel
There is no provision of law permitting
the drawing of 200 names additional, so
that the old list has to do service for the
remainder of the year. The jurors in
eluded in the Houokaa panel will be ex
empt from subsequent service, unless a
similar condition ns the present arises,
which is not likely.
The Grand Jurois summoned to appear
nt Houokaa on Monday, August 21st, are
G. SelU, I?. Soper, Frank P. llento, Jr..
L. S. Caunrio, F. 11. C. lie Mello, II, da
Cumara, Jr., II. H. Sissou, V. R. M. Fitz
Simmons, Chas. Ueinhardt, Jules C. Cnr
valho, J. W. Leonhart, A. P. Ilrickuood,
.Sam Friedenburg, 15. H. Lyman, A.J.
Watt, P. K. Naihe, J. P. Fernandez, Jr.,
John Hale, W. A. Todd, I. J. Horner, M.
A. Rycroft.J. C.Carter, M.de F. Spiuola.
The petit jurors suuimuiied to appa.ir
nt Honokua on Thursday, August 24th,
nre ns follows:
James F.uoka, J. M. Kauhi, Win, War
ner, W. K. Ivdniomls, H.T. Ilroderick, J
J). Frazer. K. S. Gjerdum, 15. 11. Moses,
Keith F. Mackie, 15. D. Ilaldwin, II. M.
P.Rose, G. I!. Henry, J. 15. Rice, R.J
Lyman, W. H. Rogers, Jr., H. Wicks,
Mnnuel Cabrinha, R. Westoby, C. W.
Iiackeburg, Levi Kolea, T. II. Ah Leoug,
J. II. Mncy, A. F. Voss, G. II. Vicars,
Jos. de FrtitMS, W. Keliiuui.
The Hark Albert, M. C. Miller, Master,
nrrived Friday night 18 days frou Port
Townsend, with 11 cargo of 723,444 feet of
lumber and 100,000 shingles consigned
to H. Hackfcld & Co.
Miss Dagitia Anderson lately employ
ed in the Telephone office, who has been
suffering with a mild attack of diphtheria
is reported out of of danger. She is quar
antined with the Ludloff household 011
The union meeting at the Haili Church
next Sunday evening will be in charge
of Rev. S. L. Desha. An interesting pro
gram has been arranged nnd good music
by the children from the Puueo, Wuinkea
and other Sunday Schools.
Mrs. A. K. Lewis, Master Henry Lewis
and Miss Irene Iloyd of Honolulu, who
have been visiting the family of Repre
sentative J. D. Lewis, returned to their
home Inst Friday.
JULY HILLS AKi: Al'I'KOVhIL
Finance (loiiiinlltce Uecoiuiupiid
Pay 111 cut of July Acrounts.
Supervisor Shipmnn from the Finance
Committee reported to the Hoard Satur
day morning salaries nnd outstanding
bills for the month of July, which nftcr
considerable discussion was approved by
the full Hoard.
The Committee recommend that the
County Clerk be authorized nnd directed
to certify monthly to the Auditor nil
salaries fixed by statute mid that the
Auditor be authorized to issue warrants
in accordance with the County Act, to be
paid out of the General Fund. This in
cludes salaries of seven Supervisors,
County Attorney, County Cletk, County
Auditor, Treasurer, SherifT nnd eight
Deputy Sheriffs, aggregating 1,898.32.
The following salaries fixed by the
Hoard of Supervisors nt the last general
meeting were approved nnd ordered paid:
W. K. Ragsdnlc, Luna of Criminals
Ollvn Aknu, Luna of Misdemean
A. A. Hapui, Clerk to County
A. A. Hapai, Station Clerk 16.1.1
J. M. Heriug, Food Inspector 40.00
H. II. Ilrown, Jr., Janitor, Fire
man's Hall , 3500
N. K. Lyman, Interpreter 10.00
The following miscellaneous bills were
examined nud found correct:
Hilo Ulectric Light Co 253.4s
Hilo Tribune, printing 59.50
Hawaii Herald, printing 38.00
Hilo Telephone Co 1.30
Hamakua Telephone Co 50.00
Kona & Kail Telephone Co 61.00
C. F. Uradshaw, oflicc rent, County
A. A. Hapai, Stamps 2.20
Wall, Nichols Co., Supplies 46.50
C. U. Lyman, Supplies Incidental
Sheriffs Office 50
P. C. Heatuer, Supplies Fire Dcp.. 1,50
Wildcr's S. S. Co., Frt. on sup-
plies for County Offices 2.10
II. Hackfeld & Co., Filter and
Mann Stables, Cartage on books.... 1,75
Ridguny & Ridgway, Acknowl
edgement of Lease 6.00
The following items from the South
Hilo road board paid out of the Road
Tax Funds, having been duly certified to
and found coriect:
Hetity II. Kahaule, Labor 200
Hilo Electric Light Co., Light
and motor 15.00
Volcano S. & T. Co., Supplies
and repairs, Mar 175.04
J"e 30-75 453-79
Pcpeekco Sugar Co., Supplies nud
Richards & Schocn, Supplies and
repairs (May) 45.50
E. N. Holmes, Feed (May June)... 165.59
II. Hackfeld & Co., Material and
supplies (May-June) 145.21
I). Hento, Labor (July) s.so
Jacinto da Costa, Labor (July) 10.00
The following claims although pres
ented in proper form have not been
certified to by any person and should not
be paid until so certified:
E. N. Holmes, Feed $109.74
II. Hackfeld & Co., Supplies 7.00
Joe Tcvcs, Stableman...
The following items presented by the
former road board of Puna were examin
ed and approved:
Olaa Sugar Co., Labor and repairs
H.J. Lyman, Commissions 4,,. 45.20
Mountain View Store, Supplies.... 3.40
Puna Sugar Co., Reut of Camp 9,00
Hilo Mercantile Co., Material &
supplies (May-June) 134.86
Kcaau Store, Material and sup
plies (May) 34.85
Volcano S. &. T. Co., Repairs a. 10
Volcano S. &. T. Co., Wagons and
mules (March-April) 573-50
A MATTER OF HEALTH
The following items concerning labor
on roads for July for the District of Puna
Hue, 25; MosesMakuakaue,i; Willie
II. Makuakana, 2; S. K. Kenoi, 1.
The two following claims from said
Puna District nre for salaries and wages,
and as they also appear on one sheet we
recommend that the whole amount, to
wit: 125 be paid to T. E. Cook for dis
tributiou: T. E. Cook, Salary Road Super
visor (June) 100.00
Hue, Wages, Stableman 25.00
cluini for 5 for attendance nt the in
stauity trial of Equilio Erlissarro, which
was approved, being regarded ns n wit
ness fee, which should be borne by the
The claim of D. A. Locbenstcin for
104 for services ns government Inspector
011 the Knlapnun road was disallowed,
the Committee holding that the item
should be borne by the Territory.
The request of County Attorney Wil
liams for an nisistnnt, naming Noa W.
Alull at n salary of too per month was
npptoved, granting to Mr. Alull full
privilege to engage In private practice
where the same docs not conflict with
the interests of the County.
Regarding the recommendation of
County Attorney Williams for an appro
priation of 1500 for expenses of witnesses
in criminal cases for the six mouths end
ing December 31, 1905, the Committee
believed it was unnecessary to appropriate
this amount in advance. The Committee
recommended that all claims for witness
fees should be allowed only when prop,
erly sworn to, certified and approved by
the Board of Supervisors after such ser
vices had been performed. Only in this
manner, they say, can the finances of the'
County be properly and economically
The request of County Auditor Maguirc
for a deputy nt a salary of too per
month, to net during his absence while
engaged in nuditiug the books of deputy
sheriffs throughout the County, was re
fused, the Committee failing to sec the
necessity for such periodical trips to ex
amine the books of deputy sheriffs. They
were of the opinion, that if there were
any books requiring auditing, the same
could be forwarded to the Auditor for
A similar request for 100 for traveling
expenses made by the Auditor was like
wise refused. The Committee also dis
approve of the allowance of any specific
sum for incidentals for the various county
officers, nud n request of the County
Auditor for 125 and of the County Clerk
for too was denied, maintaining that all
expenditures should be submitted to the
Hoard of Supervisors for approval nud
While the Committee believed that the
Hilo Band was not a necessary adjunct to
the county seat, they reported fuvorably
upon the petition signed by 200 citizens
of Hilo and vicinity, recommending that
a suitable amount be appropriated for
the maintaiuaticc of the Baud, as soon as
all necessary expenses, salaries and work
on roads and bridges had been properly
provided for and when the finances of
the County would permit.
Nothing That Will Take Hh Place.
We have used Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years for nil bowel troubles,
and it always eives the best of satisfac
tion. Wc never could find anything to
take its place. D. S. Booth, editor and
proprietor of the Echo, Alice, Texas, U.
S. A. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, August 14, 1905, 11 u. m.
"The Jew's Mission to the Gentile."
At a meeting of the Burns Club held
Saturday night, John Stewart of Waiakea
was elected to membership. Cousidera
ble other important business was also
After September 1st the house 011 Wai
auueuuc Street now occupied by Dr.
Hayes. Unfurnished or partly furnished.
Inquire of Dr. Hayes or of Ridgway &
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
II. J. Lyman presented a claim for :o
as secretary of the Puna Road Board
which was disallowed on the ground of
illegality, ns the receipt by one and the
siine person of two salaries, which com
bined would amount to more than 100,
is strictly prohibited by Section 3, Act
16, Laws of 1003, Mr. Lyman being in
receipt of n lnrge salary as Deputy Tax
Assessor for the District of Puna.
The labor pay-roll of the former road
' board of Kail was approved uud the
amount 233.88 ordered paid to S. Ka
The claim of Theo. ll. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., for labor, matcaial and superintend
ence of the new P.ihala road to the
Voloano for April, May and June,
amounting to 626.38 was disallowed.
W. A. Schwallie, Kau, was ullowed
commissions amounting to 83.07 on
road taxes collected as deputy tax
The bill of Dr. John Holland for hold
iug an nutopsy on the body of Iwaynmi
Nantao, a Japanese, at midnight at Pii
honua, for 20, which was certified by
Sheriff Keolauui, was approved; also a
"Roger," the thoroughbred Jersey
bull, formerly owned by John McTag
gart, will be permanently located at the
old Kilauca stables, near the Hawaii
Mill. For further particulars, apply to
I tnke pleasure in announcing that a
a partnership has been formed between
Dr. Henry Hayes and myself to begin
September 1st, 1905. I must request that
all accounts due me be settled not later
than October 31st.
41-a DR. MILTON RICE.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine,
Ilnrk Amy Turner,
Sch. W. II. Marston,
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER 4 CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Olaa Property I
Miles, V o 1 c ;i 11 o Road;
near Russian Settlement
75 Acres, Unim
proved; Lot No.
11 n n n
11 . U 1 4A
Lot No. 10 1 1
Hiugins' Place j.,e&;
vJl.l N I c ,-,, HHJU
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
P. O. BOX 34G.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agentof vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. f. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901 14.
Medium Width Four-in-Hands
White Bows for Full Dress
All the above in new designs and
SHIRTS THAT I?IT
LTURNER CO. Ltd
To the COUNTY OFFICIALS
Am) OFFICE MEN:
Do you realize the satisfac
tion, economy and the advan
tages there are in using Under
wood Typewriters and Globe
Wernicke Book Casesand Files?
Your advice that you are inter
ested in these lines will bring
you our catalogs and full infor
mation. Pearson & Potter Co.
P. 0. Uox 7SI Phone Main 'Ml
Honolulu, T. II.
House on School Street, recently nc.
enpied by I'. Sona, Apply to
R. A. LYMAN
or II. VICARS.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
Jurors, witnesses and attorneys dchir
Iiik accommodations for tiie Honolcna
Term of Court can secure rooms from
John Rickanl nnd Mrs. Ceo Hall, and
rooms nnd hoard from Jos. l'ritchard.
Those desiring accommodations should
,iiinke arriuiKemunts a week or two aiiead
of AiiKiist 16th, the dHte Court convenes.
Our new line for the spring of 1905 lias
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment and the choicest debigns ever
olTercd in Hilo.
L. TURNKR CO., Ltd.
150 ncres of good land
Konn, Hawaii. Addles
A. M. WILSON,
The undersigned will oiler for bale on
Saturday, the 12th day of August, 1905,
at 13 111, nt the Court House in Hilo,
Island and Territory of Hawaii, to the
highest bidder, the ni.iuka half of that
certain lot located near the Volcano
Road at Kuku.iu 2nd, contained in L.
C. A. 3206, Royal l'.itent 247S, and set
over to the undersigned by Partition
Deed, recorded in Liber 372, 011 pages,
21 to 30.
I will also offer for sale that certain
building located at I'olioa, l'una, formerly
occupied by the Pohoa Saloon, mid be.
longing to the 1's.tate of A. K. Nawahi,
Terms, cash. Deed at expense or pur
chaser. J. CASTLIC R1DOWAY,
Administrator of the Ustate of A. K.
Hilo, Hawaii, July t8, 1905. 39.11
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