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Mr. nml Mrs. Gere will occupy the
Ilnycs cottngc oiiW'ninmtcmic sttcct.
Tvvcnlvfivc I'lirlURUMc families nre
wanted at Mounliilu View. Sec ndv.
Win, Williamson, representing Ue Von
Hum Vomit; Co., is in llllo on business.
County Treasurer T. K. Lalakca 1ms
been confined to Ids home for the just
l'ou Sai.i; 10,000 suiooth Cnyeiinc
pineapple plants. Enquire of Jim
Jos. 011)1), manager of I'aiiuhau l'lanta
tion, ttinde n business visit to Ililo on
Miss Etta Locbensteln has secured n
position with I.. 11. Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
Eheu S. l.ow, manager of Ilniiiniila
Sheep Slation, was n Uilo visitor on
Why cut your own throat when you
can buy n Gillette Safety Razor at
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
John 1'. Curls, clerk ofhse Circuit
Court at Kailu.i, has sent in his resigna
tion to tnke effect October 1st.
T. McCaut Stewart, the colored repub
lican orator and lawyer, formerly of Ho
nolulu, is practicing law in London.
C. 15. Wright drove from Kawaihae to
Hilo in one day, Wednesday last, leaving
the Kitiau at daylight and arriving In
Hilo at midnight.
Ko.nl Engineer G. II. Gere has made
the preliminary survey and cross section
of the extension of the l'ahala ro.id to
the Volcano House.
Dr. Holland has changed his morning
office hours. Instead of S to lo they arc
now 9 to II. Office and residence re
main ns heretofore.
J. N. Gere, who has been government
inspector of the I'uhala road construction,
is now residing in Hilo, the road having
been fully completed.
E. II. Moses is selling the New im
proved Victor Talking Machines ami
latest records. When you are in town,
step in and hear one.
The barkentiuc Mary Wiuklcmau from
Grays Harbor arrived this morning with
half n million feet cf lumber consigned to
the Hilo Mercantile Co.
Superintendent of Public Works C. S,
Hollowuy, in company with Road
Engineer Gere, arrived overland from
Kawnihac Sunday afternoons
W. T. McMauus, the horse trainer, hns
accepted a position in charge of the
stables of the Kohala Sugar Co. He will
remove with his wife to his new post of
duty nbout October ist.
Moses & Raymond are now selling
the new "L. C. Smith & llros." visible
writing typewriters. Acknowledged by
experts to be the best visible writing
machine on the market.
I?or carrying three passengers from Ho
nolulu to K'iluihii, Maui, as guests of the
vessel, the American-Hawaiian steamer
Ncvadau was fined fooo, which was paid
before clearing for San l'raucisco.
The curios formerly belonging to the
late Mrs. Mary Ailau were sold at auction
at Honolulu last week, all bringing very
fair prices. Mrs. George WUcox Lought
two feather leis for $78 and $62 respec
tively. A. W. Carter, guardian of Annie T. K.
Parker, announced at the Court House
Thursday noon that the sale of the l'aau
ban lands scheduled for that date would
be postponed one week at the same hour
The two Porto Ricaus who broke into
the Japanese store on the corner of I'ront
and Church street about two weeks ago,
leaving a knife as the only clue, were
captured by the police, and on l'riday
committed to the grand jury.
Jauuita Manuel, n Porto Ricau, charged
with burglarizing the Pepeekeo Planta
tion store was committed to the grand !
jury on l'riday by Judge Hapai. The 1
other individual wasrelaased, there being
only circumstantial evidence against him.
According to the will of the late Dr. ,
Limes Wiirlil of Kohala. filed for nrnb.ite
in the Circuit Court of Kailua, the estate
consists of sugar plantation and stock
ranch properties, lands, money, stocks
nnd bonds, the total value being about j
Agent R. T. Guard of the Motsou Nuvi-:
gallon Company has received 11 cable an
nouncing the sale arrival of the S. S.
Enterprise nt San l'raucisco on Septem
ber I lib, ten and one half days from
Hilo. It is expected the Enterprise will ,
start on her return trip nbout the middle
of the week.
L. A. Thurston and n party of six, in- f
eluding Mrs. Thiirston, Secretary A. L.
C. Atkinson, Jared G. Smith and P. A.
Deiucusaud daughter of Los Angeles are
nt the Volcano House. After visiting
Olaa Plantation, they will come to Hilo
on Wednesday and drive overland to
Kawaihae, from whence they will return
to Honolulu by thcKiuau.
II. Vicars, secretary of the Hoard of
Trade, was called to Honolulu last week
in connection with the organization of
the banana growers. It is understood
that the Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.
have made arrangements with n number
of planters for the handling of their
fruit at the const 011 an uniform basis,
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Holmes and family
will return by the S.S. Enterprise.
R. T. Guard wos a returning passenger
E. M. Thompson has been spending
the past week nt the Volcano House.
Supervisor Ktilalwn with his family is
living with Treasurer Lalakca nt Hnaheo.
The Enterprise Mill recently shipped
60 bags of ohin telephone Insulator pins
Haknlau Store offers guaranteed Pa
cific Smokeless Cartridges for the shoot
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Terry changed
their plans nnd went to the Coast by way
J. I). Huston, representing the Hilo
Mercantile Co., is making n trip overland
The Hilo Mercantile Co., Ltd., shipped
about 500 bunches of baunuas to the
Coast by way of Honolulu Jast l'riday.
l'or the next fifteen days K. N. Holmes
will sell at cost, crockery, China and
glassware, in order to reduce his stock.
Geo. H. Williams had to undergo n
second painful operation for abcess of the
ir on Saturday and is confined to his
J. R. Gnsper proposes to organize the
Mouutnhj View Saloon ns n stock com
pany, nnd solicits subscriptions for shores
The rifle team of the National Guard of
Hawaii, which attended the Seagirt shoot
ing match, returned to Honolulu on the
There is a movement 011 foot by Hono
lulu business men to operate a local
steamer between the islands nnd S.111
It Is reported in Honolulu that Judge
George I). Gear will defend Commander
Lucien Young nt the hitter's coming
The passengers on the Ilnrk Roderick
Dim, which cleared for Sun Eraucisco on
Thursday were W. J, Dale, S. G. Jacques
and II. G. Junkiu and wife.
The Ladies' Society of the Protestant
Portuguese Church will give n bazaar
about December 22nd to raise funds to re
pair the church and grounds.
The Shippers' Wharf Committee have
authorized the purchase by Dr. C. L.
Stow of the Hoard of Health of a bacterio
logical outfit not exceeding $225.
The Bureau of Animal Industry has de
clared a quarantine against glanders and
tuberculosis. A strict inspection of all
live stock arriving or suspected is order
ed. Did you know it is economy to use
"Good I'ortu" clothes hangers in your
wardrobe? Try n set from E. II. Moses
nnd if you are not satisfied your money
will be refunded.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify mid place the same on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
W. G. Irwin and his attorney Henry
Holmes of Honolulu, were guests of J. A,
Scott last week. Mr. Irwin and Mr.
Scott on Saturday made a visit to the
Hutchinson Plantation in Kau.
J. II. Moragne is employed by Contrac
tor L. M. Whitcl.ouse who has a large
gang of men working on Nuuaiui reser
voir, near Honolulu. Mrs. Moragne and
children are residing at Hakatau.
1 M.Swauzy, of Theo. II. Davis &
Co. and the Honolulu Iron Works, who
returned from a trip to the Orient last
week, says it would not surprise him to
see a renewal of large immigration to
Hawaii and the mainland of Japanese.
The first meeting of the Hilo Teachers'
Reading Club will be held Tuesday,
September 26, nt 7:30 p. in., at the Hilo
Union School building. A cordial invi
tation is extended to all who desire to
nttend, Membership is not restricted lo
Early in October, n musical entertain
ment will be given "by Miss C. A. Potter
for the benefit of the King's Daughters'
Society. The work of the society is,
mainly, aiding Hawaiian boys and girls
to obtain an education In tile manual
g J Sgf ' .cSJpffi
otter will reu
accompaniment to tlie
readinu of the poem of Hiawatha, tab
leaux being introduced at appropriate
intervals. A very pleasant evening is
A MATTE ft OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
1'AV 01' UOKONKK'S JllltV.
Conn!) Attorney V llliumx (lit cs Ills
At the last meeting of the Hoard of Su
pervisors, n question nroe ns to the lia
bility of the County for the pay of Coro
nor's juries. At the request of Supervis
or Shipman the innticr was referred lo
County Attorney WIIHnms for n legal
opinion ns to the liability of the County
for the pay of jurymen serving on coro
Section 69 of the County Act provides
that "the sherlfT nnd his deputies shall
be ex officio county coronors and ns such
shall within their respective counties
nnd districts have nil the powers nnd
perform nil the duties of coroners ns pro
vided by lnw." Referring to this and
section 2736 of Hie Revised Laws of Ha
waii, County Attorney Williams says,
"They (Sheriff and their deputies) nrc to
net as coronors without extra compensa
tion.' Their duties arc after the death of
nny person supposed to have come to his
death by poisoning, violence or in nny sus
picious manner, to summon six good nnd
lawful men to appear nt the time nnd
place and there to Inquire when, how
and by what means deceased came to
"All persons summoned to serve as jurors
on n corouor's jury shall be paid two dol
lars per day for each day's nctual attend
ance (Sec. 1737 R. L.) The low is man
datory that the persons summoned shall
be paid two dollars per day for each day's
nctual attendance. I am therefore of the I
opinion that where the sheriff or his de
puty by renson of their official duties ns
county officers, summon persons to net
ns jurors on corouor's inquests, the Coun
ty becomes responsible for the payment
of the fees prescribed by law to be paid
to said jurymen."
"I have the honor to be."
Your obedient servant,
(Signed) CHARLKS WILLIAMS.
County Attorney, County of Hawaii.
Kliinu Arrivals, Srpt. i:i, 11)05.
Mrs. G. L. Desha, Mntsumura, L. A,
Andrews, V. A. Richard, R. G. Pratt, S.
A. Maccy, J. T. Moir, J. Wntt, S. G. Mac
kenzie, N. C. Willfong, A. L. Grey, W.
G. Irwin, W. H. Hay. D. H. Robinson,
A. W. Wainwright, wife nnd maid, R.
Hcrse, I'. Uhl, H. Stewart, Mrs. I. R.
Howitt, Dr. H. Hoffman, wife and maid,
Miss K. II. Mann, A. 1'ercher nnd R. T.
Indications of Rheumatism.
Sore and swollen joints, sharp, shoot
lug pains, torturing muscles, no rest, no
sleep that means rhcumntism. It Is n
stubborn disease to fight, but Chamber
lain's Pain Balm has conquered it thou
sands of times. One application gives
relief. Sold by Hilo Drug Co.
Klniiu Departures, Sept. 1,".
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Terry, W. M. Ray,
E. Mabic, A. L. Gage, II. Deacon, I'. A.
Wickett, H. Vicnrs, P. Uhl, R. Hcrse,
Miss E. M. Ilnuii, Miss C..P. Green, Mrs.
C. Lucas, J. W. Wainwright and wife, J.
D. Easton, R. E. Mist, A. W. Cnrter,
Captniu II. R. Robertson, R. J. Pratt, II.
Mrs. E. Moore wishes to announce to
the Indies of Hilo that she will tnke n few
customers in dress making and ladies
tailoring nt Puueo.
PECK To Mr. nnd Mrs. S. S. Peck nt
Honolulu, on Wednesday, Septem
ber 13, 1905, a son.
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. C. Deering gave n
dinner nt the Moann Hotel on Thursday
in honor of Mrs. W. T. Haldlng of Hilo.
The table was beautifully decorated with
n banking of pink carnations, maiden
hair ferns and In Prance roses The
place cards were hand painted, and most
artistic. Among those present were
Prince mid Princess Kawuiiauakoa, Dr.
und Mrs. P. H. Humphris, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Alexander Gilchrist Hnwcs, Jr., nnd
Mr. Stafford Grace. Hullcliu.
The house on Waiaiiueuue Street now
occupied by Dr. Hayes (Unfurnished).
Inquire of Ridgway it Ridgway.
E. N. HOLMES
SI'KCIAL, SAI.K OK
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
Z AT COST FOR "15 DAYS
In order to reduce the stock in this department as
much us possible before taking inventory and also
to make room for new goods that will soon be arriv
ing, we have determined to offer our entire stock of
CROCKERY, CHINA and GLASSWARE at cost
for the next 15 days.
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO STOCK UP
E. N. HOLMES
Twciity.fivc Portuguese families to
work. Apply lo
J. R. GASI'ER,
47M Mt. View Saloon.
A position, by nn experienced sugnr
boiler. Address care of Tribune,
45-4 Hilo, Ilnwnii.
To be opened Saturday, Sop-
tombor 16. Opposite Pish Market.
Short Orders n Specially. Orders for Ice
Cream and Cake attended lo promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone No. 17.
I propose to organize the MOUNTAIN
VIEW SALOON ns a stock company,
with n capitnl of $5,000. Shares can be
purchased from the undersigned ntfio
per share, by any person of any national
ity. Saloon has just taken out n full
licence permitting the sale of spirituous
and tunll liquors. Apply for full inform
J. R. GASPHR,
47 4 . Mt. View Saloon.
Guardian's Sale of Real
In accordance with nu order of sale
made on September 14th, 1905, by the
Honorable Charles P. Parsons, Judge of
the Circuit Court of the Poutth Circuit,
sitting in Chambers, in the matter of the
Estate of Annie T. K. Parker, n minor,
whereby Alfred W. Carter, Guardian of
the property of the said minor, was
licensed to sell the renl estate described
below, I hereby give notice that I shall
offer the said real estate for sale to the
highest nnd best bidder therefor on
Thursday, the 21st day of September, A.
I). 1905, at the mnuka door of the Circuit
Coutt House in South Hilo, Fourth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii, nt 12 o'clock
noon of the said date. At the baid sale
no bid for the said property under the
sum of f 124,000.00 will be considered.
(Sigued) A.S. LKHARON GURNEY,
The property referred to above is nil
situated within the District of Hnuiakun,
Island and Territory of Hawaii, nnd con
sists of the following:
1. Laud contained in Grant 3142 to
J. P. Parker in Kaaoiki; area 125 acres
except 13 acres part thereof conveyed by
said J. P. Parker to Kaohohlwa by deed
of record In Liber 120, page 171, Ha
waiian Registrar of Conveyance, and 3
acres part thereof conveyed by said J. P.
Parker to Z. Ahia.
2. The laud in Pnnuhau, Wehn, Mnhn
kunlo, Keahtin and Knlopn, within the
boundaries of that lease of J. P. nnd S.
Parker to W. G. Irwin & Co., dated July
1, 18S6, of record in Liber 101, psge 175,
said Registry containing in Paauhau,
1074.50 acres in Wehn, Mahakuolo and
Keahua, 745.1 acres and in Kalopu,
(Crown laud one-half interest in lease
known ns General Lease 101 011 file In
Publ.c Lauds Office, expiring July 1,
1916,) 1005.6 acres.
3. Pec simple land of A. T. K. Parker
in Kalopa, described in Laud Commis
sion Award 8404 to Kuhca; urea 10 acres.
"HO FOR THE SHOOTING"
TO HE HAD AT THE
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS POLI.OWS:
aJIIToi1 A,amcdn tMnnufca Aug 30
tA?nTlAue 2B AuS 2CAlnn.cdn
Vessels whose nomes appear OVER the dale ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessel whose names appear IIP. LOW the dale DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San 1'riincisco; (() To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; II. C; (?.) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu cverv l'riday at 10:00 a. in.
S. S. Mauna Loa'siiiail closes in Hilo on Saturdays nnd Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. 111., arriving in 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 hi with a nice set of C.LOHE-WEKNICKE
bookcases; nnd it would certainly keep my books in better shape. I think
I will take ten minutes and go and see them at
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
SPECIALIZED IN MODERN OFFICE AND STORE
A large assortment just to hand
from the East.
FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
P. O. BOX 346.
The co-partnership, heretofore existing
under the name and style of Moses &
Raymond, in Ililo, Hajviii, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness will be hereafter conducled under
the name of E. II. Moses. All persons
who ore indebted to the firm of Moses it
Raymond are respectfully requested lo
make payment to E. II. Mo.-ies. All ac
counts against the firm should be pre
seuted to the said E. II. Moses.
E. II. MOSES,
Ililo, Hawaii, Sept. 8, 1005, 46 4
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunh Island sub
I i Mongolia
8 Qy I
15 IU J
3 1 S. near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement.
iogins' Place U:r;
JL2 Stables. Office
I Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
House 011 School Street, recently oc
cupied by P. Souui, Apply to
" R. A. LYMAN
or II. VICARS
I have disposed of my business eon.
ducted under the name of On Tni Co., nt
Nine Miles, Olaa, to the Tnk Lung 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 fumi date.
ON TAI CO.
ICcaau, Hawaii, Sept. 9, 1905, ,16.4
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