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TIIK WIJUKLV itlLO TRIHUM, HlI.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAV, AUGUST .5, 1905.
Rig lot new fiction. Wall Nichols Co.
Geo. Dunkerntid H. 11. Oclir nfHoiio
lulu ntc untieing n business visit to Illto.
Win. Vaiinntln, who lun been confined
to hi liotne for Hie jnst week, U con
valescing. The fntnlly of George Mumby nrc oc
ctiftyini; for a few weeks the Harbour place
Mrs. John Holland nnd daughter came
In front tlitir l'altoa country residence
Henry I.ouNson of Hamukua coffee
fame, left for h luuiness trip to the coast
011 the Mongolia.
Fancy work nt.tterials at Moses & Ray
monds. Always new goods. If you cm
broidery, try our oblong hoops.
It Is reported that the American-Hawaiian
S. S. Co. will buy the Planters
Line of vessels operated by Welch & Co.
George Mumby has bought out A. G.
Kullbcrg's Interest in the Hawaiian In
kulator Pin Co., and he is now sole
R. I). Anderson, an attorney of Hono
lulu, who has been visiting Ihc Volcano,
returned home by wny of Hilo on l'ridav
Miss Ivy Richardson entertaine.l Wed
nesday night a number of her friends at
a poi supper in honor of Sam Walker of
R. II. Bowman, formerly of the Ililo
Drug Co., is In business for himself at
l'ortuna, Cal., under the name of Bow
nihil' Drug Store.
An office building is being erected on
l'itmau street, adjoining the llradshaw
building, which will be occupied by Drs.
Grace nnd Irwin.
A jury was secured last Tuesday in the
damage suit of Jacintho Fernandez vs.
Evan dc Silva and II. S. Overcnd, and
the trial has occupied nil week.
Maj. Joshua K. Drown, of the U. S.
Immigration Dureau, Honolulu, is spend
ing three weeks at the Volcano House
for the recuperation ot his health.
Mrs.C. R. Ilucklaud, of Honolulu, ac
companied by Miss Hazel Iluckland,
Vivian Ducklaud and Ray Hell, are mak
ing a visit to the Volcano House.
It is always good form to use "Good I
Form" clothes hangers to keep your
clothes in shape. Moses & Raymand
have them for ladies mid gentlemen.
Extensive improvements are being
mads in the buffet of the Hotel Demos
thenes. The old building in which stood
the bar is being replaced by a new addi"
Supt. C. S. Holloway, Engineer G. II.
Gere, Eben Low and J. W. Waldon arc
at present at the summit of Mnuna Kca,
making the ascent from Huumulu Sheep
Dr. and Mrs. D. I. Allen and Mr. and
Mrs Joint L. Severance of Cleveland,!
Ohio, who have been visiting the Islands '
for the past six weeks made a trip to the I
Volcano lust week.
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.
The S. S. Enterprise sailed from San
Francisco last Tuesday nnd is expected
Thursday. She will sail for San Fran
cisco about August 36th, and intending
banana shippers must file applications for
space not later than August 19th.
Auditor J. H. Fisher is making his
official rounds of the deputy tax assess rs,
district magistrates and other terrltoti tl
officers. He goes from here to I'ahala
and is accompanied by A. E. Douglass
the firm of May & Co., Honolulu.
While in Hilo Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, Holloway, will look into the
matter of Ililo Jail and the proposed ex
change of government land for th"! Mas
ouic lot 011 Waianuenue street, desired
by the Do.ird of Education for school put-
Manager Geo. Ross, for the past ten
years manager of the Hakalau Plantation
Co.. has resigned on account of ill health
and will leave Hawaii about the end of
the month. His brother John Ross will
succeed to the management of the plan
tation. Alfred W. Caiter, Alfred F. Judd, Miss
Florence Carter ami Miss Dorothy Hart-1
well, of Honolulu, made up a party to
drive overland from Wuimen Friday ,
night. They spent Saturday and Sunday ,
at the Volcano House, returning to Hilo
The hearing of the matter of the estate
of Annie T. K. Parker, minor, on the pe-1
tition of the giiirdian, A. W. Carter fori
nn order of sale of certain real estate,
which was sU for last Saturday, was '
heard at Chambers by Judge Parous last ,
evening. The upset price of the lauds 1
situated at Paauhnu is 134,000, C. S. 1
Smith appeared for the petitioner. '
J. I). Kennedy's uluable racer, The I
Fretter, which was iuipnrtid for the ,
island tracks, died suddenly last Wednes
day at the IIoolulu racing p.irk. A post
mortem performed by Drs. Elliott and
Shipman disclosed a rupture of an intes
tine, resulting In peritonitis, which
caused the animal's death. Owing to an
injury to his leg while training for the 1
dill of luly races, 110 exhibition of The ,
Fretter's racijig qualities on the local
(rack was ever wituessed, I
Sam Unuhnueof Knu wasn Hilo visitor
S. Q. Jacques pi Haknlau was a Hilo
visitor on Monday,
Kx-ShcrifTScarlc went to Honolulu on
business last week.
C. M. Lovestcd, the portable track
man, made Hilo n flying visit last week.
W. Thompson, traveling salesman of
Thco. H. Davis & Co. Ltd., Is a Hilo
For Salk 10,000 Rinooth Cayenne
pineapple plants. Enquire of Jim
Miss Clara Shipman and Miss Kate
Trowbridge arc visitiug Mrs. David
Forbes at Kukuihacle.
Miss Franc Eaton returned Sunday
night from Wailillil, where she has been
staying for a a few weeks.
A. I,. Austin, representing the Pacific
Hardware Co., Honolulu, has been mak
ing a busucss trip to Hawaii.
Why cut tynur own throat when you
can buy n Gillette Safety Razor nt
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
II. S. Overcnd of Honokaa was a Hilo
visitor the early part of last week as a
witness in the Fernandez vs. Silva case.
The sale of the Volcano street property,
belonging to the estate of A. K, Nawahl,
deceased, has been postponed till next
Joe Vierra has been confined to his
home in Puueo with an iitlack of dipth
cria, the family being quarantined during
Geo. C. Kinney, bookkeeper for the
Hutchinson Plantation at Nnalehu, re
turned from a business trip to Maui nnd
W. A. Van Valkcnberg, of the 11. F.
Dillingham Co., Honolulu, was the guest
of Manager D. K. Metzger nt Hilo on
Friday and Saturday.
Miss II. Hopper, Miss K. Hopper, Miss
A. Hopper and Miss May Eraser of Ho
nolulu, after visiting the Volcano House,
spent a few days in Ililo sight sceiug.
P. Peck was a Honolulu passenger on
the Kiuau Friday, being called to the
capital on business connected with the
estate of his brother, recently deceased.
Will Sail for San Francisco About
All intending shippers must file
applications for space
Not Later Than Aug. 19
R. T. CUARD,
Agent Matsou Navigation Company
Today is n holy day in the Roman
Catholic Church. The Feast of Assump
tion will be celebrated with masses at 7
and 9 o'clock this morning under the
direction of Father Weudelin.
J. Moyer, ill charge of the Volcano
Stables at Pahala, passed through Hilo
on Friday to the Coast, where he will
visit his aged father. Mr. Moyer has not
been off the Islands for seventeen years
f I He will be gone about two months. Dob
Pestano is temporarily lining ills place.
Father Miller, D. D., of Syracuse, N.
V., Provincial of the United States, ac
companied by his secretary, Father
Alphouse, was n Hilo visitor last week
! leaving Friday Tor Maul. Father Miller
' Is making an official tour of the convents
I of the Order of St. Francis under his
Drother Henry, who for the past twelve
years has been principal of St. Mary's,
School for hoys at Hilo, has accepted the
charge of St. Louis College, Honolulu,
vice Drother Dertram, who has gone to
the Mainlutid. Drother Albert of St.
Louis College succeeds to the principal
ship of St. Mary's School,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
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.lupiiucso Fisherman Drouiird.
During the hard blow and heavy rain
storm which occurred last Monday night,
many of the Japanese fishermen plying
their trade outside of the reef had diffi
culty in returning to safe moorings. One
of their number, Hynshl Motohlclti, has
been missing since the night of the
storm, and the discovery of his capsized
sampan on Thursday last off Paukan has
convinced his friends in the Japanese
fishing colony nt Wninkcn that he lost
his life by drowning. The boat was
identified by the name, painted in Jap
anese characters on the boat. The de
ceased left a wife and three small children
whose wants nrc being looked after by
the dead man's countrymen. Those who
have kept a record of losses among fish
erman which have occurred during the
past year, claim that all the accidents
resulting in loss of life have occurred
where single individuals manned the
boat, whereas few cases have occurred
where two or more fishermen were
logether in one sampan. It is claimed
that one man becomes rattled or is power
less on one of these crafts in case of
storm or a sudden squall which lias re
sulted lu many fatal accidents within the
past few months.
Six young ladies and seven young men
were examined by Miss Josephine Dcyo
at the Union Sohool on Thursday and
Friday of last week as to their qualifica
tions for Hawaiian teachers certificates.
The candidates worked diligently over
their papers throughout the long hot
days and now await the decision of the
Hoard of Education ns to the grade nt
which they passed. The examination
embraced eleven subjects, viz.: Dicta
tion, Arithmetic, Grammar, Spelling,
Methods of Teaching, Music, Composi
tion, Physiology, Drawing and Reading,
An average of 85 per cent, was required
to secure a first grade certificate good
for three years; 75 per cent, secures a ad
grade certificate, good for two years, and
65 per cent, gives a 3rd grade certificate
for one year. The candidates examined
were: Miss Alice K. West, Miss Maria
Maby, Miss Rosic Janscti, Miss Emma
Porter, Miss Louisa Hnpni, Miss Steph
anie Guard nnd Sam Maluo, Chas. G.
Williams, Ezekial Vierra, M. C. liaptiste,
Amos J. Iguacio, Autouc Silvcira and
John A. Swain.
Hotter Mall Scrricu.
The Board of Trade are continuing
their efforts to secure a better mall ser
vice between Honolulu and Hilo, expeci
ally with reference to the; immediate
transportation of the Alameda mall to
Hilo upon its arrival at Honolulu. It Is
stated that the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. will not continue to give
the prompt service by the Maui after the
expiration of the present mail contract,
as this service can then be included In
the regular routes. The loss of this scr.
vice, It is held, will be a great detriment
to the district. The Doard of Trade ad
vocate that instead of the curtailment of
of the present mail service, there should
be added an additional weekly service.
The question is being agitated most
vigorously and Geo. W. Carr, Assistant
Superintendent, Railway Mail Service,
Honolulu, is the rcccipieiit of scores of
letters each week from residents of Ha
waii asking that this additional service be
included in the new mail contracts, bids
for which will be shortly called for.
Uescnt Lyman's Appointment.
Growing out of the turndown by the
Hoard of Supervisors of Joe Vierra, who
has served for seventeen years 011 road
work, and the appointment of Norman
K. Lyman as road supervisor for the dis
trict of South Hilo, there is n decided
feeling of dissension among the Portu
guese voters. According the Voz Publica,
the Portuguese weekly, there is a move
ment 011 foot to organize the Portuguese
vote on an independent basis and already
requests have been received from several
Portuguese-American citizens asking that
their names be dropped from the repub
jonn r.nu Arrives.
A cable dispatch received by R. T.
Guard announces the safe arrival at
Philadelphia 011 Sunday of his sou Ted,
who made the journey around the Horn
on the ship John Ena. The vessel cleared
from Hilo April 13th with a large cargo
of sugar and made the passage in 120
days. There were three other Hilo boys
aboard, who shipped as a part of the
crew, viz.: Peter Lewis, Manuel Joaquin
and Albert Hookauo, all of whom arrived
in good shape.
For Honolulu Turin.
I Arrangements can be made with the
Volcano Stables for transportation to the
1 Honokaa term, which opens August 21st.
The stage will leave Hilo Sunday morn
ing, August 20th at 7 o'clock, going
through the same day and arriving at
Honokaa alout 6 o'clock. Passage 011
the stage must be engaged nt the Volcouo
I Stables on or before Friday. Fare for
,1110. round trip no.
Nothing Tlmt Will Take Kh I'luce
We have used Chamberlain's Colic, I
Cholera and Diahoea Remedy in our '
futility for years for all bowel troubles,
and it always (lives the best of satisfac I
lion. We never could find anything to '
take its place. I). S. UooTii, editor and
proprietor of the Echo, Alice, Texas, U.
S. A, For sale by Ililo Drug Co, '
Subscribe for the Trihunh.
tlou $3,50 per year.
- k' JiTfc"-aft'- w-..m. Jy(aia,taJffl'- aXiftfiunfff .ateX
"The (Jill From Home."
The newest book oil Hawaiian lift, Its
social maimers and customs, has just been
published by McClurc, Phillips & Co.,
New Vork, entitled "The Girl From
Home," by Isobel Strong. It Is n ro
mance in which history and real llvlnr,
characters of the time nre iugcnlou'iy
blended. Society In Honolulu dirfug
the good old days of the monarchy, with
its strange admixture of classes, preju
dice, gossip, navy receptions, hops, luaus,
surf riding, In all of which King Kala-
kaua Is the principal figure, is fully set
The heroine is n beautiful American
girl, who arrives in the Islands expecting
to marry a wealthy ranchman from Maul.
On the night preceding her arrival her
fiance becomes the victim of that social
barbarity, a stag dinner, from the effects
of which he ha9 not fully recovered the
following day when he meets his bride-
elect. The latter is filled with disgust
and peremptorily dismisses him. Then
follows her formal Introduction to Hono
lulu society, its temptations and Its fasci
nations and the real love romance and
her ultimate happiness. It is an inltr
tabling story, full of Interest, lu which
the author has woven a vivid picture of
persons nnd places and social functions
familiar to many Island people who en
joyed the delights of Hawaiian life dur
ing the former regal splendor. Editor.
Part Jersey cow at reasonable figure.
J. CASTLE RIDGWAY.
C. Ahana & Co. has closed Its business
and asks all creditors of the firm to pres
ent their bills within thirty days from
date. All persons owing the firm will be
please call and settle immediately.
C. AHANA & CO.
Hilo, Aug. 15, 1905. 42-4
After September 1st the house on Wa.
anucuuc Street now occupied by Dr.
Hayes. Unfurnished or partly furnished.
Inquire of Dr. Hayes or of Ridgway &
The thoroughbred Jersey bull,
formerly owned by John McTag
gart, will be permanently located at the
old Kilauea stables, near the Hawaii
Mill. For further particulars, apply to
The auction sale of the property be
longing to the estate of A. K. Nawahl,
deceased, has been postponed until Sat
urday, August 19th, 1905, at noon in front
of the Hilo Court House.
J. CASTLE RIDGWAY,
I take pleasure in announcing that n
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.
41.4 DR. MILTON RICE.
a KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
, F. nnd A. M. There will be
W special meeting of the above
' ' lodge on Tuesday, August 15th,
1905, at 7:30 p. m. Work lu Second
Degree. Sojourning and visiting breth
ren nre cordially invited.
Dv order of the W. M.
G. II. VICARS,
While the Agents of many
Life Insurance Companies nre
petitioning their Officers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy,
it is a source of great satisfaction
to the Policyholders of the
Pacific Mutual to know that
their Company has been issuing
almost nothing else for years.
No petitioning necessary for
liberality with the good old
The Directors of the Company
arc by the California law made
jointly and severally liable for
all monies EMDEZZLED or
MISAPPROPRIATED by the
officers during the term of office
of such Director, Quite a pro
vision from the SECURITY
what has recently occurred.
The best policies nrc issued by
the best Company on Earth for
. THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE
INS. GO. OF GALA.
CLINTON J. HUTCHINS,
020 Fort Stroot.
H. E. PICKER,
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOliSE TRUST GO.
P. O. BOX 34G.
Medium Width Four-in-Hands
White Bows for Full Dress
All the above in new designs nnd
SHIRTS THAT FIT
L TURNER CO. Ltil
To the COUNTY OFFICIALS
AOT) OFFICE MEN:
)o you realize Hie satisfac
tion, economy and the advan
tages tli ere 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.
1 0. IJox 7SI Phono Main :M7
Honolulu, T. II.
House on School Street, recently oc
cupied by l. Sanai, Apply to
R. A. LYMAN
or H. VICAKS.
ROOMS AND HOARD.
Jurors, witnesses and attorneys desir
ing nccoiniitoilHtlons for the Honokaa
Term of Court can secure rooms from
John Ricknrd nnd Mrs. Geo Hall, nnd
rooms nnd board from Jos. l'ritchnrd.
Those desiring accommodations should
make arrangements a week or two nhead
of August 16th, the date Court convenes.
Our new line for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment mid the choicest designs ever
offered lu Hilo.
I.. TURNER. CO. Iru.
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75 Acres, Unim
proved; Lot No.
310, near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
Sta hies, Office
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
150 acres of good land nt Ououli,
Koua, Hawaii. Address
A. M. WILSON,
.19-4 Hilo, Hawaii.
AIRS. M. FUHR
wn.i. sell out Tin: halance or
AI.SO A COLLECTION OP
INCLUDING A MEXICAN DOUIII.E
YELLOW HEAD PARROT, GUAR
ANTEED A GOOD TALKER.
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