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'rllK WRKiaV II 11.0 TIUIHINH, Illt.U, HAWAII, TUHSbAY, SlU'TttMlMll aO, 1905,
TUKSDAY, - SKPT. 26, 1905
ISuteicilatthc Postoffici' nt Ililo, Ha
wall, as second-class matter
l'uni.isiir.n kviikv tphshav.
J. Casti.k KlDfiWAY - Kilitor
1). V. Mausi! - business Malinger.
TiiK young desperado sentenced
to the reform scliool Is at large
again because of the petty refusal of
Territorial officials to pay for his
transportation. The public pays
the freight in cither case. So,
what's the use?
Sic.ns of business improvements
appear in the erection of a new brick ,
structure on Waianuenue street and
several new office buildings in
business part of the city.
- Now that a well established and
reliable corporation has taken hold
of the banana business, growers
have no kick coming on a "cash on
Tin? unanimity of sentiment in
favor of the erection of a high
school building on Waianuenue
street appears to crystalize on the
Russian small farmers trans
planted from the mainland ought
to make as desirable a class of set
tlers as the rising generation of Ja
panese. Can a professional horseshoer
nail on a semicircle of iron just as
well whether he is aware the ani
mal has a "side bone" or a "seddie
Do not let it be said that we
cannot agree upon a school site, if
that fact may cause Ililo to lose the
new high school building.
H A 1.
Kilo's cherished hope for the
Kohala-Hilo Railroad is dissipated
by the return of the rails brought
here for its construction.
In assuming control of roads
and highways, the Hoard of Super
visors inherited the privilege of ex
tending Bridge street.
Tiik school teachers are display
ing a lively interest in the erection
of a high school building, so long
as it is in Ililo.
Van's intercepted correspondence
promises to deal with public ques
tions entirely with a free and im
An ounck of prevention in sani
tation is worth several thousand
pounds expended in a cure of epi
demics. Tin-; Ililo Armory controversy
can now be said to be a "closed in
If 1101.1.0WAY were Governor,
perhaps Ililo would get her Sewer.
The following changes in the teaching
force in the County of Hawaii have been
Miss Kathcrine Howard's appointment
as assistant, l'epeekeo, vice Miss Mabel
Taylor; salary 30.
Miss Christina Gerlze's appointment
as assistant at Kaiwiki, vice Mrs. L. T.
Walsh; salary fjjo.
Mrsi I.ucy Gomes' appointment as as
sistant, Holualoa, vice Miss Urobilin!) ;
salary f J5.
Miss M. I.oomis' appointment assis
tant Hilo Union; salary fixed ut f.14 as
per letter from Miss Dcyo.
Mrs. Anna Kai as assistant, Haalieo;
Mrs. I.. M. Carpenter's application for
increase of salary not granted.
Hied From II curl I'nlluro.
Richard I. Mould, btat isticinu of the
Fireman's Fund Insurance Co,, of San
Francisco, died Sunday, Sept. 17th, at
the lingleside, Honolulu, from heart
failure, after nu illness of only an hour.
Mrs. Mould and daughter were at his
bedside, having just returned from a visit
to Ililo and the island of Hawaii. While
here they were entertained by the Hor
tiers at Ktikuih.iclc and .Miss Mary Ship
man at Hilo, The remains will be taken , Proposals will be received at the office
to Mr. Mould's home at Oakland, Cal. ' of A. G. Curtis, School Agent, Kurtis
Mr. Mould was a native of llirmingham, town, Hawaii, until 12 o'clock 111, of Oc
P.uglaml, and was forty-cilit years ofitober 5, 1905, for the construction of
nue at the time of his death, apparently I three additional rooms, water tank and
ill the best of health and spirits, but suf
fered from a weak heart.
KI111111 Arrivals, Sept. '20, l'.H),-,.
Mrs. A. G. Curtis, Mrs. Muleituer, W.
Ji. Shaw, S. li. I'njiina, W. Todd, C.
Wichart, II. Vicars, II. II. James, I,, li.
barber, Ji. barber, I,. I.tmau, G. W.
Yale, li. Davidson, V. D.iy.Thos, M dlen,
ritiKOMHt tukm:i) loosi:.
I'orlo Itlcnii I.111I CommltliMl to He
form School Itclcninl.
Hccause tlic llcMtil of Supervisors re
fused to pay or guarantee the t r t-Hnj
expenses to Honolulu ol Domingo Caru
vnllio, n I'orto Uicnu hoy, comiiiitteil to
the Reform School by Judge llapal,
Jailor Mnby refused to detain bim longer
ii.s n prisoner in the Ililo jnil, mill the
boy was given his liberty on Wednesday
His action was in compliance with n
wireless message from High Sheriff
Henry, which was as follows:
Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1905.
I. II. Mabv.
Turn boy committed to Rcfortti School
over to county sheriff for transportation.
If county cannot pay for sucn transpor
tntion and insists on lodging him in jail
discharge him forthwith.
(Signed) HIGH SHIiRIFF HF.NRV.
Young Domingo Caravatho is n I'orto
Rican youth, 14 years of age, who was
arrested on September 4th for stabbing a
fellow countryman at Olaa. He was
taken before District Mtgistratc Hapai
and sentenced to the Reformatory, and
pending his transportation to Honolulu
was being held as a prisoner in the Hilo
Upon advice of the County Attorney,
the Hoard of Supervisors refused to pay
for his transportation or any of the bills
for maintenance of prisoners in the Hilo
Jail. County Attorney Williams tnaii.-
taius that the legislature appropriates a
fund for their maintenance and the Terri
tory, not the county, is liable for care
mill custody of such prisoners. The lia
bility appears to turn on the meaning
of the word "prisoners". Mr. Williams
claims a prisoner becomes such by virtue
of being placed under arrest and dcUu
tlou, and the High Sheriff argues tti.it
such persons under arrest do not become
"prisoners" until after conviction and
When the I'orto Rlcail boy was releas
ed on Wednesday night, the Sheriff re
fused to provide n place for his deten
tion, and after sitting around the Police
Station for a while, the young man did
not leave so good an opportunity pass by
unnoticed, and sS proceeded to take
"French leave". He is now at libeity
and no effort has been made by the Po
lice to apprehend him. ' Word comes
from Honolulu that unless the County
makes some provision for the support of
county prisoners, similar action will be
taken with reference to other prisoners
detained in the Hilo Jail.
The High Sheriff's position is upheld
by Attorney General who has given a
written opinion, as follows:
"The boy is in custody of the County
Sheriff and it is Ids duly to see that the
boy is transported to the place named in
the sentence of the court. The Territory
has nothing to do with such trTdHVsi
tation and the custody of the boy until
he has reached his place of imprisonment.
While it is regrettable that the County's
credit is not good, that is not a matter in
which we should interfere and believe '
that you should decline to allow the
matter to be charged as a Territorial ex- I
"Further, I do not believe that he I
should be lodged in the jail, as he should
remain entirely in the custody of the
County. Until the sentence of court is
executed by delivering hint to the proper
prison, and in my opinion, if the County
officials insist upon lodging him in jail,
the boy should he discharged."
lii'iiiovi'd to Honolulu.
A lady tourist, who suffered an attack
of nervous hysteria on the journey to the
Volcano House, was brought to the Hilo
Hospital on Tuesday where she was care
fully looked after. In company with
her friends composing the party, she was
well enough to be removed to Honolulu
on Friday. The excitement of the trip
appears to have uub.ilauiled her reason
for a time, but 110 fears are apprehended
for her immediate recovery.
llllious Colic Prevented.
Tak a double dose of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy as soon as the first indica
tion of the disease appears and a
threatened attack may be warded
ofT. Hundreds of people who are
subject to attacks of bilious colic
use the remedy in this way with
perfect success. Ifor sale by Ililo
Additional Rooms, Tank
and Shed 12-Mile
shed at the 12-Mile School cottage, Olaa.
Plans and specifications which will be
furnished intending bidders, are 011 file
with the undersigned. The School
Agent reserves the right to reject any or
A. G. CURTIS.
48-2' Kiirtistown, Hawaii,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
In order to reduce stock suid have only nice new goods in the new
storo we arc to occupy the hist of October we will, from
October ist till wc begin to move,
Give Away Goods
TO CASH CUSTOMERS, According to the Following Plan:
Wc will sell staple and desirable goods at our regular prices (which wc
guarantee to be as low as arc to be obtained in the Territory), and,
except on sales of School Hooks, News or Commission Goods, wc will
select and donate 25 per cent, of the bill in other goods at COST
PRICE For Example: Von buy $4.00 worth of Stationer' at regular
prices and wc will pick out and donate to you goods that COST US
$1.00. Wc have a large over-stock of Pictures that we will sell at
cost or donate with sales of staple goods.
Come and See Us or Send in Your Orders
We Will Surely Give You Bargains
Wc have in stock 125 kinds of Moulding, with a fine variety of Mat Boards,
and have machinery for doing j'our framing work in the best maimer;
also Dumb Hells, Indian Clubs, Whitely Exercisers, Golf, Tennis and
Hall Goods. We can string your tennis rackets and give perfect satis
faction. Victor Talking Machines, with a good stock of records; also,
the Talkophonc and Phonograph. A Piano at $100.00 and another at
$175.00; these are bargains. Typewriters Chicago, $20.00; New Sun,
or second-hand Fiy-Sliolcs at $40.00. Kindergarten Material and
Teachers' Hooks, Artists' Materials, Surveyors' and Draughtsmen's
Hooks and Supplies. Fine lot of Hawaiian Wooden Ware, Papier
Mache Armor, SUNDAY SCHOOL CARDS, BEST FOR THE
MONEY YOU CAN BUY ANYWHERE. Perry Pictures at Maiden
prices. Bibles, Wall Charts, Text Charts, Cyclopedias, Dictionaries,
25c to $15.00; Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, Hawaiian, Spanish and
German Books, etc.
Remember the Time October 1st to 15th or 20th Only.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd, Hilo
NOAH W. CRAY
The hotel is n beautiful stone-front, steel framed, up to-dale fire-proof
building. Corridors, toilets nnd Inthrooms are all wainscoted with Tennes
All rooms arc elegantly furnished and excellently well ventilated.
Gentle breezes waft through corridors and sleeping-rooms day and night.
This hostelry, of already world-wide fame, opened a liltle over two
years ago, has been favored by patrons from all parts, who unite in the
opinion that its service, its silver and cutlery, its linen, its china, its crystal,
etc., are equal to those of the best hotels anywhere.
WATIiR A tlircc-uiillioti-;nllotMi-itiiy artesian well of one thousiiid
feet in depth supplies abundance of delightfully soft water of high chemical
purity. livery room in the building has hot and cold water. AH the table
water, as well as that supplied to the rooms for drinking purposes, is distilled.
HOTJiL FARM The excellency of the table is much enhanced by this
hostelry possessing its own farm, where, from a fine herd of Jersey cows, an
abundant supply of milk ami cream is obtained; a fine lot of poultry pro
duces eggs and nice broilers; a lot of choice runts produce the delicate squab
required; suckling pig and young pork are produced by n herd ol fine Ilerk
slure hogs. Fresh fruit and vegetables of alt kinds are daily supplied from
this farm; frogs and mullet from the ponds are also supplied daily.
ROOF GARDliN On the fifth door, 111 centre section of building,
there is a ROOI' GARDliN of one-third of an acre in area, furnished with
benutifit) shrubs, seals ami tables are interspersed and refreshments are
served by active nud obliging waiters all day and thioiighout the evenings.
Awnings are provided for shelter and band concerts are frequently given.
At one end of this garden there is a large dance pavilion, while at the oilier
cud there is a similar room fitted with all the comforts for a louiiglilg-room,
where billiards and other games are enjoyed by ladles and gentlemen.
1'rcini the Roof Garden the whole of the city and surrounding country,
with tlie sea 011 one hand and the verdure-clad mountains 011 the other, pre
sent a panorama of tropical hcaulN which for grandeur cannot he surpassed.
Long-distance telephone in every room.
Cablo Address "Young's," Honolulu
Amorican and European Plan
SPECIAL RATES TO ISLAND PEOPLE
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
Agontsi London Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
1 National Firo Insuranco Co.
Niagara Firo Insuranco Co.
Gorman-American Firo Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Firo Insuranco Co.
Unitod States Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
"HO FOR THE SHOOTING"
. TO Kli HAD AT THIi
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
I Hark St. Cutliuriiip,
I Hark Amy Turner,
I Si-It. W. II. Miirston,
e? QUICK DISPATCH
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
L. RICH & CO.
I HOUSE PAINTING
Paper Hanging, Carriage Painting
I All Work Done in a Neat and Workman-
Leave Orders with W: A. Todd
ALL KINDS OP
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PliASli, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL U. S, A.
NoTlCH Neither the Masters jior
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for anv debts con.
tracted by the crew. R. " f. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16,1901 14.
That Tired Feeling
Which is so
ing is often
ing in dofi- Y
ciont vitality. 17 j
Tho blood noods
to bo enriched
nnil vltiillxnri: r NM ) J
and for this there, is no modlcino in
the. world oipinl to
Tho euros It has worked, tho men,
women, ami children it has restored
to health, aro countlusi In numbor.
Ono such oxporionco is as follows:
" I have- used Ayer's Hamaparilla in my
family for yearn, ami would not bo without
it. I used to suffer with boils and skin
eruptions, attoniled wllh great lassitude
and oxhaustion. In fact, I was bo ill that
I could not attend to my business, llelng
advised to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla, I did so,
and I am happy to say that tho medicine
restored mo to perfect health. 1 liavo sinca
used Aycr's Sarsaparilla for my children, In
various complaints, and it has always proved
effective. I can safely recommend it to suf
ferers as n true blood purifier "
There aro many imitation
Be suro you got "AYER'S .
AYEUB riLI.fl,thbeitf4mll7 Li.Ut.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Routo to Volcano
In effect July i, 1905.
Passenger Traius, lixcept Sunday.
STATIONS A.M. P.M.
Hilo ar 9:40 5:45
...Waiakea ...ar 9:35 5:40
..Olaa Mill...ar 9:20 5:25
Keaau ar 9:15 5:15
.. Ferudale...ar 9:00 4:55
Mount. V'w..ar 8:50 4:45
Gleuwood...lv 8:30 4:25
SUNDAY: A.M. p.m.
,...k..IIilo ar 10:48 5:15
.... Waiakea ...ar 10:44 5'-H
,..01aa Mill. ..ar 10:28 4:56
Keaau ar 10:22 4:50
,..I''erndale...ar 10:06 4:35
..Mount. V'wvar 9:55 4:25
... Glcnwood...lv 9:35 4:05
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and I'uua will be run as follows:
Leave Ililo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and I'uua, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Palioa
both going ami returning.
13 1 '4
a.m. I FRIDAY: a.m.
6:00 lv Hilo ar 9:55
T ar.R. R. Wharf.ar 9:50
6:06 ar.,..Waiakca,.ar 9:30
6:28 'ar...01aa Mill...ar 9:10
6:581 ar..Pahoa Jtiuc.ar 8:42
j ar Palioa ar 8:30
7:20 ar Puna lv 7:35
a.m I SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00' lv Hilo ar 4:40
9:06) ar... Waiakea... ar 4:35
9:25 ar...01aa Mill...ar 4:15
9:501 ar..Pahoa June 3:47
io:2ol ar Pahoa ar 3.35
10:55! r Puna lv 3:00
lixcursion tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, cood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
D. Ii. MHT.GIiR,
Call at Tribune Office
All ircight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to sliippeis unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels,
30tf R. A, LUCAS & CO,