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, f " 2 TIIK WBKKLV HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, Slyl'TKMBKK 5, 1905-
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TUKSDAY, SUl'T. 5, 1905
Knteiedntthc Postoffice at Hilo, Ha
waii, as second-class mailer
PUIIMSIIKD KVKKV TUKSOAV.
J. Casti.k Uidgway - Kditor
I). W. Maksii lluslnesi Manager.
EDUCATE AT HOME.
Principal I. A. Richmond gives
every evidence of a conscientious
desire to build up a strong educa
tional institution in the llilo llitjlt
In the process of forma-trouble
tion he may have to meet many
difficulties of curriculum and school
management owing to the embryo
nic character of the undertaking.
He will not be required to create a
high school out of raw recruits how
ever, for tiintiv of the students of
the upper Grammar Grade have
received preliminary high school
training at the hands of former Prin
cipal Smith and Miss Potter. Much
of the credit of this work is due to
Supervising Principal Deyo, who
is unceasing in her efforts to in
crease the efficiency of the llilo
public schools. The legislature
created a Hilo High School at the
last session and the Board of Edu
cation, realising the necessity for
establishing such an institution, 1
have lost no time in starting the
initial work. It remains now for j
the parents and pupils to prove the
wisdom of these acts by doing all
in their power to assist in the de
velopement of the new school. The
creation of a school where our child
ren can secure a higher education
than the ordinary gJammar grades
afford without additional cost to
themselves, has been a long felt
want in the community. The con
fidence which the public now place
in the educational facilities afforded
their children, will demonstrate
that our claim for a High School
was not without foundation. The
opening of the new Hilo High
School should be marked by the
attendance of a large entering class.
Why Acting Governor "Jack"
should be opposed to the expendi
ture of moneys for llilo and the
island of Hawaii, as provided for
by the last legislature, is a matter
which should receive the earnest
consideration of the community.
The only two appropriations that
llilo received under the loan fund
bill were $20,000 for a high school
and $20,000 for the continuation of
the sewerage system.
According to the report of
Auditor Fisher, there was left in
the Territorial treasury an unex
pected balance of $150,000 of the
loan fund, which was re-appropriated
by the last legislature. The
two items referred to were practi
cally only sops thrown to quiet the
clamor of the Hilo public and of
this island. As conditions now
stand, both the objects for which
money was appropriated from this
fund remain in an unfinished state.
Hilo has a High School without a
building and a sewerage system
only half built. For practical pur
poses both projects might as well
have never been undertaken.
If there had been no necessity
for appropriating money, the legis
lature is to blame, but the Gover
nor or Acting Governor should not
attempt to nullify the intention of
the legislative body and the desire
of the public for these public im
provements, by diverting the sums
appropriated to other purposes.
The two items of $20,000 each are
for the purpose of completion and
carrying out legislative enactments
already commenced. It is part of
the unfinished business which will
not have been completed until the
expenditure of these appropriations
as provided by the last legislature.
If there is an ulterior and selfish
motive in this exercize of executive
perogative, the public should know
it; and the sooner the better.
T. " . . .
iiiMiui w .1 niim r.iwim.-iu.i mm
.since papa is no longer Territorial
moulder of education as the official
head of the Depaitment of Instruo
tion, Acting Governor Atkinson
has no real, live interest in the ad-
vancement of this sadly neglected
bureau of the government.
Tun attention of the health
authorities and the Board of Super
visors is respectfully invited to the
state of affairs ns outlined in the
communication from L. Turner,
which appears in this issue. Where
government property is concerned,
steps should he immediately made
to fill in the swamp, and private
owners should be given reasonable
notice within which to raise the
level of their lands. If, as stated,
the unhealthy condition of this
swamp is liable to breed sickness
and epidemics, neither expense nor
should be spared to put it
into a sanitary condition. "A
stitch in time saves nine."
Tin? public school system is
firmly entrenched in popular lavor,
and the high character of the pub
lic schools attest to the wisdom of
the early advocates of mental train
ing of the young. The Territorial
administration can make no greater
mistake than in lessening the effi
ciency of our public schools by
reduction of salaries and by putting
obstacles in the way of the rising
generation to secure the benefits of
a free higher education.
A mosquito ordinance by the
Board of Supervisors for this coun
ty might legislate the vaxatious
"skeeters" out of existauce.
Hn.o is slow to wrath, but mighty
in her indignation when she is stirred
to raise her voice.
Those Who Passed Touchers
The following teachers successfully
passed the recent examination for Pri
mary Grade Certificates:
Miss Stephanie F. Guard, llilo.
Miss Mnria K. Maby, Hilo.
Mrs. C. G. Owen, Honolulu.
Miss Agues K. Jutld, Honolulu.
Mrs. h. M. Smith, Wnialua.
Miss Mary K. Taplin, Wnialua.
Mrs. J. I). Alexander, I.ihuc.
Mrs. Lilian Mesick, Mt. View.
Miss M. C. Lndd, Honolulu.
Albert Doscow, Honolulu.
W. A. Yeats, Honolulu.
Miss A. Akina, Kohaln.
Miss Christina Kinkier, Kekahn.
Miss Clara Mokumaia, Honolulu.
Miss Alice Lning, Honoipu.
J. P. Cockett, Kealahou.
V. K. Atwater, Haiku.
Miss Alice K. West, Hilo.
Chnrles G. Williams, Houokaa.
Kzeilcel Vieira, Hilo.
Amos K. Inacio, Ookala.
Miss Kuitua V. Porter, Hilo.
Miss Louisa Hapai, Hilo.
n. M. Muller, Knilua.
Mrs. Tamar Hussey. Koliala.
Miss Julia Hnttie, Koliala.
Miss I.ornn K. Iaukea, Honolulu.
Miss Mabel Itauhnm, Maknweli.
Julian Yates, Kounwaena.
Sam Kawninea, Kaupu.
Miss Virginia Kckstrand, Honolulu.
Miss Sophie Ileermau, Honolulu.
Miss Martha Nielsen, Honolulu.
Prisoners to Honolulu.
When High Sheriff Henry was in Hilo,
inspecting jails, he determined to remove
some of the most desperate characters
which have been confined in the Hilo
jail to the Oahu prison. Puuakoshi, the
notorious Japanese murderer, who is
serving a sentence of thirty years for
manslaughter, and nn additional ten
years for conspiracy, and his companion,
Wataunbe, who has an aggregate sen
tence of thirty-five years, were sent to
Honolulu for confinement there. These
nre the two Japanese who killed n fellow
countryman named Motohiro when he
refused to pay u heavy ransom in on
Oriental hotel on I'rout Street about I
thrre years ago. They have been con-;
fined in the Hilo jail and were worked in '
the chain gang until removed to Hono
lulu where they can be more safely I
Front Slrei't Itepnlrs.
Under the supervision of Road Super
visor Norman K. Lyman, I'ront street is
being recnilamized. Owing to the con-!
gesteil condition of traffic on this thor-1
oughfare, it has been possible to repair '
(iiilv half of the street at n time. This I
I llas lnnilL. the work tedious nnd difficult, j
' but it is being pushed rapidly along nnd I
Supervisor Lyman expects to have the 1
surface of Front street extending from
! ,ml coi(1(, 1)C lU!b,rBll w,lhIll cou,llt: of
j WCL.kSi u llHS ot )CC deemed expc
dient to carry the repairs nt this time
' llin roilritiiil Litml in fMtlit-silt ctriml rill
f(,rtu.r than Church street, owing to the I
necessity later of tearing up Front street
to lay the continuation of the sewerage ,
j fcy,luul' j
First l-'on-lu'ii Church,
Sabbath, September 10, 1905, u n. in. '
I -Learned in all the wisdom of the I-gyp-'
tians," Acts 7:22,
Native V (Kills to lie Used In Federal
Word lias been received tlirntili A.
Klclilcy, who Is now in the Kast in the
interest of the Icon lumher trmlc, thnl the
United Slates government will utilize
only Hawaiian woods for Interior finish
ing of public buildings in Ilnwnli, This
wns the decision reached nftcr nn inter
view by Mr. Hichley nnd Supervising
Architect Tnvlor. In other words, nil
specifications for the construction of n
federal building at Hilo nnd Honolulu
will provide for the employment of Iln
wnllnn woods for interior effects.
Some of the Hawaiian woods have n
beautiful grain and nt the present time
arc very valuable for furniture and in
terior decoration. The kon Is probably
the best of the trees of this class, and it
is known ns the Hawaiian mahogany.
The grain is fine, curly nnd wnvy nnd
capable of taking n very high polish.
The koa grows on the slopes of the high
mountains of nil the Islands of the Ha
waiian group. It has grcnt powers of
endurance, nnd from time immemorial
has been the wood for canoes and surf
boards of the Hawniians.
The report of the Hoard of Trustees of
the Heruice Pauahi Ilishop estate, just
filed, has the following on the subject:
"A suggestion to log n portion of the
estate laud of Keauhou, Kau, Hawaii, for
the purpose of marketing available koa
timber having been advanced, thorough
investigations have been made nnd re
ports show that there is a considerable
quantity of timber in the locality that
could be taken out not only whliout
injury but to the advantage of the forest
if the work of logging is done scientifi
cally nnd due precautious taken to
prUcct the young trees. In making
these investigations the Trustees were
fortunate in being able to secure the ser
vices of the Government Superintendent
of Forestry, Mr. Hosmer, nnd Mr. L. A.
Andrews of Hilo. An agreement has
been entered into providing for the exe
cution of n contract to log 4,500 acres,
under competent supervision, provided a
market be found sufficient to warrant
the prosecution of the enterprise, nnd
investigations arc now being pushed In
this direction. Samples of koa bark have
been furnished the local U. S. Experi
mental Station nnd San Francisco Tan
neries for purposes of analyses ns to its
adaptability for tanning.
"The above project, if carried out, will
establish a new industry beneficial to the
A position by nu experienced sugar
boiler. Address care of Tribune,
45-4 Hilo, Hawaii.
House on School Street, recently oc
cupied by F. Snuza, Apply to
R. A. LYMAN
or II. VICARS.
L. RICH & CO.
Paper Hanging, Carriage Painting
All Work Done in n Neat nnd Workman
Leave Orders with W: A. Todd
Call For Tenders.
Proposals will lie received nt the office
ofthe Hounmu Sugar Co., Houomii, Ha
waii, until 12 o'clock noon of Monday,
Sept. 11, iqos, for moving the plantation
store and for the construction of a new
store building on the present store site at
Plans and specifications can be seen nt
the office of the Hououui Sugar Co., Iln
uoiuti, Hawaii. The Company reserves
the right to reject any or all bids.
IIONOMU SUGAR COMPANY.
Hououui, Hawaii, Aug. iti, 1905. 43-2
Kaumana Real Estate
THREE MILES FROM POST OFFICE
A SPLENDID opportunity is offered to buy 82.8
ACRES of Land, on the Kaunmim Road, suitable
FOR RESIDENCE OR FARMING PURPOSES,
with THE FINEST VIEW of any suburban site.
FINE LAND TORGRAPES
Three Acres Grape Laud lin Bearing). One Acre in
Vegetables. Orange, Peach and other Fruit Trees.
All Fenced. Good Soil. Six-Room Dwelling, Kitchen
and vStable. PRICE, $10,000, EASY TERMS
J. G. Serrao,
and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given Hint pursuant to
the power of sale contained in that cer
tain mortgage niniie by William reman
des nnd his wife, Jessie Fernnudes, ns
mortgagors, of Houokaa, Hnmakua,
Island and Territory of Hawaii, to M. V.
Holmes, of said Houokaa, Trustee for
Malic Lodge No. .J, K. of P., and his
successors in office, ns mortgagee, dated
the 13th day of June, A. I). 1901,111111
recorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in Honolulu, Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
In Liber 256, Pages 304 and 305, William
Russell, Trustee for Mnile Lodge No. 4,
K. of P., nnd successor of the s.iid M. V.
Holmes, mortgagee, intends to foreclose
the said mortgage for conditions broken,
to wit: non-payment of both priucip.il
and interest when due; and upon such
foreclosure, the mortgagee will sell the
premises described in the said mortgage
at public auction, at the Court House in
Houokaa, Hnmakun, County of Hawaii,
on Saturday, the 30th day of September,
A.I). 1905,1a 12 o'clock noon of said
MAILH LODGF. NO. 4, K. OF P.
I Ily its Trustee:
The premises covered by the said
mortgage and to be sold ns above con
All those certain premises situate in
Ahualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii, Territory of
Hawaii, containing nu area of 15.77
acres, as described in that certain deed of
Yahilo mid wife to said mortgagors,
dated June 13th, A. I). 1901.
Terms: Cash. U. S. Gold Coin. Deeds
at the expense of the purchasers.
Further particulars can be had from
M. T. Furtado, attorney for the Mort
gagee, Houokaa, Hawaii.
Dated Houokaa, Aug. 39, A. I). 1905.
Ilooliihn Mm 1110 Pan i ldi
a Kuiti a ka 31 ea Fan
Kc hoolahaia nku uei I kulike nl me
ka maim kuai i hoopania tnaloko o kc
kahi moraki I hanaia e William Fcruau-
des me kana wahiue, Jessie Fernandes,
na mca moraki mai, o Houokaa, Hama
kua, Mokupuui u Tcritnrl o Hawaii, la
M. V. Holmes, o Houokaa I oleloin,
Kahu Walwal no ka Mnilc Lodge No. 4,
K. of P., ame kona man hope iloko o ka
haua, mea paa moraki, I hanaia ma ka In
130 Iunc, A. D. 1901, a I hoopaaia ma
V.c Keena Kakau Kopc ma Honolulu,
Oahu, Tcritori o Hawaii, Iloko o ka lluke
226, inn tin Aoao 304 nine 305, o William
Russell, Kahu Waiwai no ka Mnile Lodge
No. 4. K. of P., a he hone no M. V.
Holmes i oleloin, mca paa moraki, ke
mauao uei c pauiku I ua moraki la i
oleloia 110 ka uhakiia o ua ktumi, oia
hoi: ka hookaa ole ia o kc ktumtpaa ame
ka ukupanee i ka wa e uku ni; a 111a o ke
pnuiku nun, e kuai kudala nku ana ka
mea pan moraki ma kc akea I ua pa hale
i hoikeia maloko oua moraki la i oleloia,
ma ka Hale Hookolokolo o Houokaa,
Hnmakua, Kalaua o Hawaii, ma ka
Poaouo, la 30 o Sepatemaba, A. D. 1905,
ma ka hora 12 nuakea oia la.
MAILE LODGE NO. 4. K. OF P.
Na ke Kahu Waiwai:
O ua pa hale i paa ma kn moraki i
oleloi 1 11 e kuaiin nku nun elike me ia
malunn, oia iho keia:
O kela mail pa hale apau e wailio la
iloko u Ahualoa, Hamakua, Hawaii,
Teriton o Hawaii, 11011a ka ili o 15.77
eka, i hoikeia maloko o ka patapala hoo
lilo a Yahilo me kana wahiue i ua men
moraki mai i oleloin, I hanaia ma ka In
13 o Iunc, A. I). 1901.
Kuikeka Rula: Ma ke D.ila Gula o
Amcrika. Na lilo haua palapala i ka poe
No na mes aku i kne e lo.ia 110 mai a
M. T. Furtado mai, loio 110 ka men paa
moraki, Houokaa, Hawaii.
Hanaia ma Houokaa, Aug. 29, A. D.
I95- 45 4
The house on Waiauuenue Street now
occupied by Dr. Hayes (Unfurnished).
Inquire of Ridgwny K: Ridgwuy.
If you havo been very ill, and are not
recovering as fast as you expected,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla will mako your blood
pure and will glvo you strongth and
Mrs. M. McShanc, Hobart, sends this let
ter, with her photograph:
"After recovering from a long nttack of
typhoid fever I suffered from a poor appe
tite and great depression, and was so weak
1 could hardly walk. Having soon
advertised ns such n good Mood purifier
and goneral tonic, I thought I would try it.
I did so, and soon my old strength camo
back, my nppctito returned, and before I
had finished tho second bottle 1 could do
all my work juat as well as before."
There are many imitation
Be sure you got "AYER'S."
Prepared by Dr. J. C.Aer& Co., Lowell, Mitt., U.S. A
AYErVB TILLS, tho b.l romlly lai.tlT.,
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
lv Hilo nr
3:15 nr Keaau ar
3:30 nr... Ierii(lalc...ar
p.m. , SUNDAY:
2:30 lv Hilo ar
3:o2nr Keaau ar
3:19 ar... Ferudalc ...or
9:05' 3:35'ar..Mouut. V'w..ar
9:251 3:55'nr... cjlenwooa...lv
The trains of this Company between
Hilo mid Puna will be run as follows:
LcaVe Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoa
both going and returning.
,lv Hilo ar.
Jar.R. R. Wharf.ar .
... ar..Pahoa Jiiuc.nr1...
... nr Pahoa ar1...
ar Pahoa nr!
nr Puna. lv!
Hxcursioti tickets between nil points
nre sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets nre sold at very
D. H. MF.T.GF.R,
Call at Tribune Office
' To Shippers.
All ireifjht sent to ships hy our launches
will he clmrgi'd to shippers unless accom
panied hy a written order from the cap
tains or vessels.
3otf R. A. UJCAS & CO.
I nsn.rni a
Permanently Cures Dandruff ami
Renders the hair soft mid glossy;
allays itching, and is cooling and
refreshing to the scalp. It is the
only specific that will positively
Directions: Rub into the sculp
twice a week with the ends of the
fingers. When the desired results
are obtained, use twice n mouth.
THE HILO DRUG CO.
Ltd., Solo Agonts
HILO, - - HAWAII
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
Complete Stock of Finest Tabic
Wines, Peers, Whiskies, Gins,
Ilraudies nnd Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Illock, Shipman Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Beers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Ilottled
lOc Per Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. PUCK President.
C. C. KKNNHDY Vlce-Pre.
JOHN T. MOIR...11KI Vlce-Pres.
C. A. BTOUIH Citliler.
A. 11. JACKSON Secretary.
John Wnlt, Jolui J. Grace,
V. S. r.yiunM, II. V. Patten,
Win. Pullar. W. II. 8hilim.il,
Draw ISxchunce on
1 n Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, I-'arno & Co. Hank., .San I'raucisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Dank New York
The National Hank of the Ke-) .,.
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- ) Hongkong
iug Corporation ) China,
Hougkoug-Shaiighai Hank- ) Shanghai,
iug Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank-) I'Co
ing Corporation J jajinf '
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Mouth or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of l'irc Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Hed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always 011 hand.
j Fan Motors . . . $10
' Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
j Sowing Machine Motor 20
I Power for operating them $i n month
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on nil classes of
F.lectrical Work mid Contracts taken to
I install apparatus complete.
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