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Tim WMJKLY IIILO TRIBUNlt, ltU.0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SUPTUMBKR 12, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Goodwin's Hook-keeping. W ' (-'0'
John T. Molr was n passenger to Hono
lulu on l'ridav.
Judge C. 1'. Parsons spent Sunday nl
the Volcano House.
15. 1). Haldwln was a returning passen
ger from Honolulu on Wednesday.
Next Saturday U Regatta Pay and n
holiday wllhln the Territory of Hawaii.
1'or SAMS 10,000 smooth Cajenne
pineapple plunli. Knmilre of Jim
II. 15. Picker, the insurance man,
made n business trip to Hiloon Thursday
of last week.
The Sunday School picnic of the I'irst
l'orelgu Cliurcli will be held on Saturday
next at Sccoiinet.
Miss Jakcns mid Master Jakeii3 of l'a.
paikou left for Honolulu on l'ridny to
to rcsuu.c their studies.
Why cut your own throat when you
cm buy n Gillette Safety Razor nt
Holmes Store for five dollars.
David Maun.iola, recently nrrcstcd for
b caking into the I.aupahoehoe post
office, plead guilty before Judge Dole in
J. Q. Jacques, who has been a hum nt
Hnkalau for the past two j ears, returns
to his home at Smithsburg, Mil., 011 the
The firm of On Tai Co. nt 9 Miles,
Olaa, have dis owl of their business to
the Tak I.ung Co., n notice of which ap
pears in this issue.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Terry expect to
leave on the Roderick Dim Thursday lor
three months' visit to Oberlin and other
points in Ohio, Mrs. Terry's native state.
Moses & Raymond ate now selling
the new "I,. C. Smith & Bros." visible
writing typewriters. Acknowledged by
experts to be the best visible writing
machine on the market.
Carl Dunkhouser, who has been tem
porarily detailed to duly with the Hilo
branch of H. Hackfeld & Co. Ltd., re
turned to the home offic: it) Honolulu
W. II. l'ield, formerly agent of the
Equitable Life Insurance Company, has
been appointed to a new position of
traveling salesman inaugurated by the
Kahului Store, Maui.
The latest Ilutterick fashions always at
hand. Ilutterick Cook Hooks, embroid
ery books, drawn work books, tatting
nnd netting and many other fancy work
looks, at 15. H. Moses, Hilo. Phone 178.
It is reported from Washington a- C.
that the relations between President
Roosevelt and Commissioner-General of
Immigration Sargent nre somewhat
strained, ns a result of the modified rules
for the ndmisssou of Chinese, which the
1'resldcut regards ns too rigid.
MUST (SET CERTIFICATES.
All Teachers Required lo I'nss Ex
aminations'. The Hoard of I5ducntiou has passed n
resolution requiring nil teachers iu the
employ of the department who have uo
certificates to be examined in July of
next year. This is intended to establish
the rule of employing only teachers with
certificates. The resolution is us follows:
"Whereas, the attention of the De
partment of Public instruction has been
called to the fact thnt there nre some
sixty teachers iu the employ of this de
partment who have never held any certifi
cates, and also that many of tile certifi
cates formerly issued to teachers iu the
employ of the department have already
expired, therefor bo it
'Resolved: 1. That nil teachers iu
the employ of this department who hnvc
no certificates, all those whose certificates
have already expired nnd those whose
certificates will have expired by Septem
ber i, 1906, shall be required lo take the
examination to be lield July 12, 13 and
"j. That nil first class certificates nnd
nil Normal certificates issued prior to this
date be extended iu time indefinitely,
subject, however to recall by the depart
ment nt any time after the expiration of
their prescribed time limit if the stand
ing of the teacher does not warrant renewal.
Good Notary's Manual. W. N. Co.
Mr. nnd Mts II. G. Jutiklii of Olaa
leave on the Roderick Dim.
Supervisor Prank Woods returned to
his home iu Koliala on Friday.
C. 15. Wright made a visit to Honolulu
on I'riday, the first iu six or seven years.
The Union Restaurant opposite the
I'ish Market has been reopened by AknU.
The nuutinl meeting of the Scrrao
Liquor Co., Ltd., is postponed to Mon
day, September 17th.
Rex Hitchcock has been appointed
deputy county attorney of Oahu to pro
secute cases iu the police court.
H. 15. Cooper is iu Kail on business
regarding the establishing of a forest re
serve by I'orcstcr Hosmer in that dis
trict. Maj. nnd Mrs. W. A. l'urdy left on the
Alameda to attend the meeting of the N.
V. L. I. C. at the Thousand Islands, re
turning iu November.
Geo. T. Klucgcl, representing Theo.
II. Davles & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, is a
Hilo visitor, making n business tour of
Hawaii on behalf of that firm.
Moses & Raymond have dissolved
partnership nnd hereafter the business
will be carried on iu she name of 15. II.
Moses at the same old stand.
R. T. Guard, accompanied by his sou
Jack Guard, was n passenger to Honolulu
on the Kiuau I'riday. The young man
will probably cuter Oahu College.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coflee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Mrs. Richard 1. Mould nnd Miss Mould
of Oakland, Cal., who have been visiting
the Homers at Kukuihaelc were the
guests of Miss Mary Shipmau on Wed
nesday, subsequently visiting the Volca
no and departing for Honolulu on Friday.
Dr. R. G. Curtis, lately of Olaa, left on
the Alameda for the coast. Word comes
from Honolulu that he will settle in one
of the California cities and take up pri
vate practice, although he has not de
cided definitely where he will locate.
Haltcuberg supplies, the new embroid
ery cotton, Peri Lustre, Cornatiou nraid,
embroidery hoops, darning cotton, initial
forms, stars, anchors, sofa pillow outfits
and fancy work materials of all kinds nre
to be had of 15. H. Moses, Hilo. Phone
The wreck of the ship Spartan, which
went ashore at Spreckelsville, Maui,
with nearly 2000 tons of coal, was sold
last week to Capt. D. I'. Nicholson for
400. It is understood that Nicholson
has disposed of the wreck and cargo to a
hui of Japanese who will attempt to save
Dr. James Wight, oT Koliala, nged 91
years died on I'riday, Sept. 2d. He was
an early pioneer of that district and was
closely indentificd with the progress of
the islands for fifty-five years. He leaves
a very large estate, including a contrail
interest in the Koliala and Halnwa Plan
tations. His widow, nnd n very large
family of children, grand-children nnd
great-graud-childreu survive him.
ZIMZAM FRONT STREET.
Kond Supervisor Lyiunii Reconi
mends Straightening Street.
Commenting on the condition of Front
street, Road Supervisor Lyman had the
following to say iu his report to the
Hoard of Supervisors:
Under instructions from Supervisor
Desha of tills district, the work of repair
ing nnd top dressing Front street as far
as the completion of the sewer lias been
commenced. The engineer lms staked
out the grades and f,iven me the line to
work on, which I find runs from King
street iu n straight line to two feet out
side of the comer of the Hilo Mercantile
Co. and Wood's store. Present side
walk and the top of the side walk grade
will be 5 inches below the present side
walk or making the gutter of the new
road 1 1 inches below the present gutter
iu front of these two stores. Running
011 that same grnde until I reach Church
street the lines iu the middle of the street
and the road wilt have to be cut alxinl
14 inches below the present street, and
the middle of the new street will be 011
the present store verandas on the makai
I would ask that these grades and street
lines be changed so as to run ns follows:
Starting from the corner of King street
nnd Front run on n gradual grade until
the corner of Wood's store is reached,
mid then from that corner change the
line to corner of Church Street, so ns to
include the present street, and have the
grade rise about 1 ft. to the 100 instead
of running down, and in that way I can
take the present street with very few
changes nnd round it up iu the center
nnd top dress it at a very reasonable ex
pense, but if the new street line nnd
grade is taken, the. street will be too nar
row for traffic and cannot be completed
without going to large expenses for grad
ing and buying rights of way, etc.
I also find that if the top of the Hilo
Mercantile Co.'s sidewalk on the west
corner is taken as the top of the sidewalk
that the grade will be a dowu grade from
King street and thus save having to dig
up so much of the present street.
Akau's lies tail rant.
To be opened Saturday, Sop-
tombor 16. Opposite Fish Market.
Short Orders n Specialty. Orders for Ice
Cream and Cake attended to promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone No. 17.
Klnnu Arrivals, Sept. I!, 1.M)5.
15. Mabic, Sam Kee, 15. D. Haldwin, L.
Akau, M. D. Mattos, George Lycurgus,
Geo. C. Klucgcl, Miss M. G. Gibson,
Mrs. N. C. Gibson.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Sept. 17, 11 a.m. "If any
man willeth to do his will, he shall know
of the doctrine." John 7:17.
7:30p.m. "lam the door." John 10:9.
The regular Sabbath evening services
will be continued from this date.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Itoad Hoard Funds.
Iu n communication addressed to the
County Clerk of Oahu county, Superin
tendent C. S. Holloway gives his opinion
that all road tax moneys to the credit of
the various road boards previous to April
26, 1905, are subject to draft only by the
respective road boards.
The County Attorney of Oahu holds
that the road boards no longer exist nnd
the funds to their credit revert to the
County. It is expected mandamus pro-
A copy of the resolution has been sent p,,,.,)!,,.,, my he instituted.
to all teachers allcted, lu onler tnai am
ple lime may be afforded them to pre
pare for the examination next summer.
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A children meeting will be held nt
the Salvation Army hall on Sunday live,
Sept. 17th, at 7 o'clock. No admission,
only freewill offering received.
The meeting is given iu honor especial
ly of the Hand of Love children, 11 sew
ing class which meets every Saturday p.
111. They have just completed a quill
which will be shown on this evening.
A Literary programme has been pre
pared by these children, assisted by other
little friends. IJvery one welcome.
Indications of Rheumatism.
So e nnd swollen joints, sharp, shoot
ing pains, torturing muscles, 110 rest, uo
sleep that means rheumatism. It is a
stubborn disease to fight, but Chamber
lain's Pain Halm has conquered it thor
sands of times. One application gives
relief. Sold by Hilo Drug Co.
Chances Mndo in Teaching Force of
The following changes of teachers have
becu made by the Hoard of Education on
the Island of Hawaii:
Chas. Williams, assistant Paauilo, vice
Miss Olive Homer, transferred to Hono
lulu, at a salary of 30 per mouth.
Miss Kthel Rickard, Houokaa, vice
Miss Lily Williams, leave of absence for
four mouths on account of illness, at a
salary of f 25 a mouth.
Miss P.mma F. Porter, principal Kai
wiki, vice Mr. Hoscow, resigned, at n
salary of J45.
Mrs. Win. II. Beers, assistant Olaa (9
Miles), vice Mrs. Carpenter, transferred,
at a salary of 42.50.
Mrs. Guy F. Maydwell's request that
fS be added to her salary iu lieu of house
rent formerly paid to that amount recom
mended not granted.
Miss Carlson's salary ns assistant nt
Holualo.i School is placed nt $52,
Mrs. King's request for increase of
salary for Olaa (13 Miles), deferred.
Recommended th.it the School Agent
make necessary improvements on the cot
tage. The salary of principal Win. McCluskcy
of the new five-room school nt Pnpnikou
is increased to f 100 a mouth.
The terms for the school year 1905
1906 are as follows:
Fall Term September 5, 1905, to De
cember 22, 1905.
Winter Term January 6, 1606 to
April 6, 1906.
Spring Term April 16, to June 15,
Market for Tannin Hark.
J. A. M. Johnson of Honolulu has dis
covered n ready market in the Orient for
barks possessing tannin, and made n con
tract witli the Hishop estnte trustees for
the bark of the koa trees now being culled
011 the isluud of Hawaii for lumber. The
bark of the black wattle growiug on
Tantalus is also rich iu tannin, nnd Mr.
Johnson lately sold 150 tons of it, pro
cured through the Federal experiment
station, to dealers iu Japan nt f 25 a ton.
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
The following jurors from Hawaii have
I been drawn by Judge Dole for the next
term of his court, which opens 011 Octo
ber 9th: Grand jurors lo appear on the
opening day, W. II. Heers, Hilo, and R.
I S. Kalauui, Paauilo. The trial jurors
I ordered to appear 011 October 23rd nre:
jW. K. Waimauiuaii, Kaiiim; J. D. Acker-
man, Kealakekua; Jackson Knwewehi,
Keaiihon, Jonah 11. Cummiugs, Kapaa;
David Forbes, Kukuihaelc.
Uelullui; to County Vouchers, Untitl
ing Regulations, Etc.
The following ordinances were passed
by the Hoard of Supervisors at its session
held iu September: Ordianccs number
ed 6, 7 nnd 8 relate to the manner of
presenting claims against the County.
Ordinance No. 9, permits n county em
ployee to nssigu his salary for the entire
year, and virtually defeats the garnishee
law. A number of employees have nl
ready taken advantage of the ordinance,
which is n welcome relief from repeated
attachments of their salary for debt.
Ordinance No. 6, provides that nil
claims ngainft the County for materials
furnished or labor performed shall be
plainly written lu the F.nglish language
and itemized on blank forms furnished
by the County, duly sworn to before n
notary public, mid the cost of such oath
shall be added in the bill. Only one
claimant shall be mimed iu such bill,
which shall be that of n name of indivi
dual, firin, partnership or corporation.
Ordinance No. 7 provides that nil
claims for salaries fixed by statute s. i
be written upon blank forms furnished by
the County 011 the first Tuesday of each
mouth mid need not be sworn to but shall
be endorsed by the County Clerk ns lo
the correctness of the same. All other
claims for salaries not fixed by statute
shall be filed iu the same manner as other
Ordinance No. 8, relates to the pay
ment of laborers 011 the roads and other
laborers employed at a daily wage, which
shall be by pay-roll duly certified by the
person iu charge of the work, showing iu
detail the services performed, the num
ber of days, and rate of wages up to the
twenty-fifth day of each month inclusive.
This pay-roll shall be sworn to nnd the
notary fee included iu the aggregate
amount of claim. Proof of claim of ser
vice by laborcts other than upon road
work shall be made upon the blank forms,
duly certified nnd sworn to by the person
iu charge of the work.
Ordinance No. 9, relates to the assign
ment of warrants, iiou a written order
filed with the County Auditor authorizing
the person named therein to receipt for
the amount. Such orders may cover nil
warrants issued or to be issued to the per
son signing the same during the year iu
which the order is dated but not later,
and may be renewed from yenr to year.
The building Ordinance No. 10, was
drawn up by the Shippers' Wharf Com
mittee and provides a penalty for failure
to comply with the Hoard of Health
regulations regnrding the sanitary
construction of buildings within the ra
dios of one mile from the Court House,
Hilo. It was intended that Sanitary In
soector, Don S. Ilowman, should be ap
pointed Huilding Inspector, but by an
oversight at the last moment, the resolu
tion providing for his appoiutment was
Ordinance No. 11, provides that all
county officers traveling to or from the
county sent or to any district other than
their own in the performance of their
official duties, shall be allowed traveling
expenses, mileage at the rate of ten cents
per mile, going mid coming, excepting iu
cases of emergency, iu which case the
expenses incurred will be paid subject to
the discretion of the Hoard of Supervisors.
All other expenses, such ns board and
lodging nnd personal expenses shall be
borne by the officers themselves.
Klnnu Departures, Sept. 8.
Missjakens, Master Jnkeus, Miss M.
C. Gibson. Mrs. N. C. Gibson, Robert
Hendry, Master Geo. Willfong, R. S.
Thurston, Jack Guard, R. T. Guard, C.
15. Wright, II. K. Drown, I. II. Moragne,
H. II. Picker, Carl Dunkhauscr. J. Wutt,
N. W. Severance, John Hind nnd family,
Dr. Jelling, C. H. Lyman, I5bcu Low and
family, MissN. Hufschinidt, J. F.Wood,
John T. Mo.r ami family, Mrs. R. I.
Mould, Miss Mould, R. W. Shingle, W.
Volcano In Samoa.
Offiers of the German gunboat Condor
now iu Honolulu, reported that a volcano
eruption occurred 011 the island of Savuii,
iu the Sauioau graup. The eruption oc
curred 011 August 8 mid was first heralded
by an earthquake. There wus a lava flow,
but 110 one was butt. The officers also
report that the political situation is quiet
Hilloiis Colic Prevented.
Take a double dose of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy ns soon as the first indica
tion of the disease appears and a
threatened attack may be warded
off. Hundreds of people who arc
subject to attacks of bilious colic
use the remedy in this way with
perfect success. For sale by Hilo
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVI5 IN HONOLULU AND DF.PAUT AS FOLLOWS:
jSibcria A, d
tAornngi I '
W. T. F. S.
tMnnukn (Aug 30 I Mongolia
Aug 2GiAlamc4n "Doric 2
tVcntura n 8 flv '
G I "Manchr'a UA 1
China Alrtmcrin 1f
13 14 is lb ;
20 n. nn , tAorangl
IMIowcrn JJl JJJJ 'Nebrask'n
Alameda I 23 ,
fr 28 29 ! 30x
Vessels whose names nppenr OVIJR the dale ARRI VK from the Const.
Vessels whose names appear HI5LOW the date DISPART for the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; (J) To
victoria; 11. 1:.; i) ' Yoknlinma.
h. b. Kiuau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 n. 111.
S. S. Manila Loa'smail closes ill Hilo on Saturdays nnd Tuesdays marl
(X) at 2:15 p. in., nrtivlng iu Honolulu nt daylight three days later.
(TO MAKE USE OF)
This is what I should do with that wall space that I have. How well it
would look to have it fitted in with n nice set of GI.OIU5-WI5RNICK15
bookcases; and it would certainly keep my books in better shape. I think
I will take ten minutes and go mid see them at
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
IN MODERN OFFICE
A large assortment just
from the Hast.
L TURNER CO. lid
75 Acres, Unim
proved; L' No.
3 1 S, near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
Ummnn' Dlnnn 7
n IMU b T ClUB moved; Honse,
wu o... 1,1 0 nnn
VJltl D t V Pi VtilV.
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
P. O. BOX 34G.
Mrs. 15. Moore wishes to announce to
the ladies of Hilo that she will take a few
customers iu dress umkiug and ladies
tailoring at I'uueo.
The annual meeting of the SKKRAO
UQUOU CO., Iri) is postponed until
Monday, September 17th.
The house on Woianiteuue Street now
occupied by Dr. Hayes (Unfurnished).
Inquire of Hidyway & Hidgwuy.
The co-partnership, heretofore existing ! House 011 School
under the name nnd style of Moses & cupied by 1'. Soiu.i,
Raymond, iu Hilo, Hawaii, is this day J
dissolved by mutual consent. The busi-1
ttess will be hereafter conducted under
the name of 15. H. Moses. All persons
who are indebted to the firm of Moses &
Raymond are lespectfully requested to
make payment to 15. II. Moses. All ac
counts against the firm should be pre
bunted to the sald 15. H. Moses,
15. H. MOS15S,
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 8, 1005. 46 4
Street, recently oc-
U. A. I.YMAN
or II. VICARS
Subscribe for the TuiliUNit Island sub
I hae disposed of my business con.
ducted under the name of On Tai Co., at
Nine Miles, Ol.ia, to the Tak I.iiug Co,
All persons indebted to the firm of On
Tai Co. will please settle their accounts
without delay, and all creditors must file
their claims with the undersigned within
thirty days from d.tte.
ON TAI CO.
Kctau, Hawaii, Sept. 9, 1005. 46-4