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mn vmmi,v niu vuihunu, into, iiawaii, tUiwdav, anp'ntMnuu as, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
TO SI'KMJ ONLY (IIINKUAI, ITKMS.
Tile li.uk St. KiUliirrlnc sotted from
Sun l'riincisco for Uilo Soptenil.cr 15II1.
The Malsofi tup. Charles Coiinselmaii J
isdoiltg lowing iliily t Honolulu while '
the Fearless N laid up for repairs. 1
The ship Milk nf Clyde is teportcil ns
having left Shu Francisco for Hilo on
Sewing machines rented, repaired, nnd
sold on easy payments by E. II. Moses,
Hilo. Phone 17S.
Dr. Archer Irwin wns called tn Hono
lulu on business on Friday, and will re
turn on Wednesday night.
Why cut your own throat when you
qui buy a Gillette Snfely Kiuor at
Holmes' Store for "five dolliirs.
Olaf Ouif led is the editor and E. Oin
sted is malinger of the Garden Islnud,"
published weekly at l.ihue. Kauai.
The Hilo Tcaclieis' Heading Circle
meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock nl the
Union School. Everybody interested
Goods will be given away by Wall
Nichols Co., Ltd., as n premium 011 all
purchases for the first fifteen days ill Oc
tober. Sec adv.
School Agent Curtis advertises for bids
for construction of three additional rooms
water tank and shed at the 12-Mllc
The Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry
are distributing from the Government
Nursery at Honolulu, inoculated Jap
anese beetles in return from lots of living
E. II. Moses has the agency for the L.
C. Smith & Ilros. visible typewriters.
He solicits your inspection of these ma
chines and asks you to give one a trial
before purchasing elsewhere.
J. L. McLean, vice president f the
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co , who
is making n tour of ths various offices of
that company, visited Hilo on Thursday,
being the guest of Win. McKay
Y. Nakayauia, lately of the police dc
partment, has built for himself an office
on Pitman street adjoining the Grace &
Irwin building, where he will engage in
the business of collecting and interpret
ing. II. E. Hendrick, the iron fence and
monument man, wns married to Miss
Elizabeth Hryant Drown at Atlanta, Gn.,
on September 6th. They will make
their home at the Young Hotel, Honolu
lu, after November 1st.
II. Vicars, Hilo representative for
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co, is prepared
to take care of any insurance matters in
trusted to him. He is agent for New
York Life Insurance Co., several fire
insurance companies and an accident
Uex Hitchcock has been declared by
Judge Dole a voluntary bankrupt, with
liabilities amounting to 16,439, and
assets estimated at ft, 759. of which
$1,500 is an unliquidated claim for rental
in an action of Hitchcock nnd Meyer vs.
Knmalo Sugar Co.
A poultry show will be given at Hono
lulu on December 7, 8 nnd 9 under the
auspices of Hawaii Poultry Association.
The details have not been defiuitely ar
ranged. Entries must be made oil the
blanks furnished by the Secretary on or
before December 5.
Territorial Forester Ralph S. Hosnier,
accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Geo.
II. Hosmcr, arrived from Kau by way of
the VoIchiio House, on Wednesday night,
departing I'rulay morning for Honolulu.
Mr. Hosmcr has been investigating the
probable boundary lines for the Knu
forest reserve, and iucidently lias been
taking an outing at the Volcano.
The lllnze Extinguished.
The're was considerable excitement on
l'ront street in the vicinity of the Spree
Icels Ulock last Tuesday afternoon, when
smoke began pouring out of P. C. Ilea
mer's bicycle store. A crowd was attract
ed by the cry of fire and the Chinese
merchants on either side of the lleamcr
establishment began skurryiug to remove
their goods. However, the flames were
soon extinguished and even before the
alarm was sounded on the fire bell. A
gasoline stove used in the japanning
oven accident)' exploded and before it
could be removed by manager David
Keitihardt the buruini: liquid was scatter
ed over the floor and one wall. Slight
damage was done to a stock of mouldings,
mats, etc. in the framing deparuueut,
the loss amounting to perhaps fifty dol
lars. Mr. Ueiiihardt suffered slight
burns to his hand from handling the
II. Vicars was 11 teturning
from Honolulu 011 Wednesday.
1'or S M.it -10,000 smooth
pineapple plants. Enquire
The Amy Turner arrived in San l'riin
cisco on September 5th, making the
voyngc in twenty-nine days.
The S. S. Enterprise left San Francisco
on Wednesday, September 21st, and
should arrive in Hilo next Saturday.
William Williamson, representing Von
Hamiii Young Co., returned to Honolulu
on l'riday, after n ten days' canvass of
Mrs. A. G. Curtis, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Snm Peck, at Hono
lulu, returned on Wednesday to her home
at Kurtistowu, Olaa.
William Todd returned on Wednesday
from his trip to Seagirt, New Jersey, in
comany with the rifle team of the Na
tional Guard of Huwaii,
Kny Young Sun, n Korean, arrested
for assault and battery, escaped from the
Ilouokaa jail Sunday night between 5
and 6. The police arc looking for him.
Dr. II. II. James, representing the W.
P. Puller prepared paints, oils nnd var
nishes, made a brief business trip to Hilo
011 Thursday, returning to Honolulu on
After Major Milsaps departure for his
new field of duty at Chicago, he will-be
succeeded by adjutant Damberry of the
Southern Pacific Provincial Headquar
ters, Salvation Anny.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify aud place the same 011
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made ou shipments.
W. E. Shaw, of the new firm of Axtell
& Shaw, monument and safe men, was a
visitor in Hilo ou business last week.
Iucidently Mr. Shaw is interested in a
large rubber plantation at Nahiku, Maui.
The Hilo Teachers Quarterly Union
will meet at the Union School building,
Oct. 6, at 9 a. 111, Inspector C. E. King
has consented to talk to the teachers pro
vided he can arrange to be here at that
J. Hastings Howlaud, the basso pro
fuiido, who took one of the leading roles
of the "Serenade" recently given in Ho
nolulu under the auspices of the Healatii
Doat Club, is said to have made the hit of
Manager George Lycurgus announces
his intention of establishing at the Vol
cano House a photograph gallery, so that
visitors can have their pictures taken at
the volcano crater. Alfred E. Williams
will bo placed in charge.
The barkcutiue Mary Winkelman,
which has been discharging 300,000 feet
of lumber for the Hilo Sugar Co. at
Waiuaku, has been moved alongside of
the railroad dock, where she will dis
charge the balance of her cargo.
Preparations are ou foot for a mamoiitli
public reception at Honolulu in honor of
William Jennings Bryan, who is ex
pected to pay these islands a visit about
October 3rd. The nifair will be under
the auspices of the Democratic party.
A sub-committee of the Republican
Territorial Executive Committee have
reported an amendment to the rules, do
ing away with district committees and
leaving the campaign and other general
work in the hands of the county committees.
Hon. C. S. Ilolloway, accompanied by
Representatives James I). Lewis of Hilo
and Road Engineer G. II. Gere, left l'riday
morning for Puna, from whence after in
specting the new roads in that district,
they will take the trail to the Volcano
House. Mr. Ilolloway expects to make
a tour of the Kotia districts, leaving
Kailuu next Monday oil the Mauua Loa
Island Appropriations to ho Cut Onl.
Sueriutendetit C. S. Ilolloway, who
has been in Hilo nnd vicinity. looking
passenger ver public works business pcrtniuing to
I his office, was seen by a TklliUNK tepre
Cayenne scutative, with reference to Governor
of Jim j Carter's intention to cut out the other
islands. He said: "The Governor has
decided that the Tcrtilory is already so
deeply in debt, that he cannot couscicu
liously approve the cxpcmlilutc of the
entire amount appropriated by the last
legislature for n new loan fund. There
is at the govei nmclil's dlsKsal f 750,000,
which must be expended wticre most
needed. The legislature made appropri
ations for over a million dollars and the
Governor's course in cutting out all spe
cific island appropriations is in line with
his retrenchment policy. Only the gen
eral items nppropristcd for all islands
will be expended. The Governor in
tends to cut down or eliminate some of
the items so as to bring them within the
money borrowed. Hilo is entitled un
der this distribution to a 40,000 public
building nnd f 20,000 for a high r.chool,
provided a site caii be obtained for the
latter. While here, I propose to look
into that question. The appropriation
of f 20,000 for the extciitiou of the Hilo
sewer system will have to be abandoned
under the Governor's ruling that only
general items may be considered."
"The question of sewer extension is n
matter which will have to be taken up
personally with the Governor and your
Hoard of Trade and Shippers' Wharf
Committee. Personally, I believe this
improvement isquite necessary and should
be regarded as an expenditure alfectiug
the health of the Territory.
"In regard to the appropriation of $5,
000 for the cxteution of Dridge strict,
this is a matter that is up to your Hoard
of Supervisors, since jurisdiction over
roads is transferred to the counties under
the County Act. I am informed by the
contractor that construction of the new
jail will shortly begin. I have offered
the Portuguese claiming a lease hold of
the tract sought for 11 jail site, 150 for
his interest. If he does not accept, the
government will proceed to take the
laud by condemnation proceedings.
However, I do not think it will be neces
sary to go to that extreme.
"The Hilo armory has been accepted
at the contract price but 110 allowance
will be made for extras, which are prac
tically ofl" set by omitting work which
was found unnecessary."
Kltinn Departures, Sept. '2'J.
Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Thoinns, Mrs.
Mary E. Scott, Mrs. A. Pratt, A. W.
Spllzer, E. Lehman, Mrs. T. O. Wall,
rU)r. II. II. James, I'. W. Carter, W. I i
!jj Lindsay, J. V. Gere. R. C. Kennedy, I'.
Day, E. Davidson, L. Lehman, Mr and ' f
L" Mts. W. II. Kelso, William Williamson, f
Rnbt. Hall, Miss Hall, L, E. Ilarbcr, E. 0
Harbor, A. L. C. Atkinson, Jored G. j J
Smith, Geo. II. Kluegel, Mr. I, link-man,
L. A. Thurston nnd wife, Mrs. Hosnier,
R. S. Hosmcr, Miss M. Lehman, Mrs.
L. M. Lehman, dipt. Demeiis, I'.bcn
Low and wife, Miss Edith Kelso, Miss
Demeiis, A. W. Carter, J. L. McLean,
W. G. Irwin.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN IIONOLt'J.r AND DEPART AS l'OLLOWS:
The I'lncn to Slop.
Eor elegance ami comfort when in Ho
nolulu, island people arc guaranteed all
that the heart could wish, if they stay at
at the Alexander Young Hotel. Under
the new management of Mr. Gray, this
popular hostelry is rapidly becoming
headquarters for tourists nnd travelers,
and especial attention is given to the
entertainment of island people.
Twenty. five Portuguese families to
work. Apply to
J. R. OASPAR,
47-4 Mt. View Saloon.
A position by nn experienced sugar
boiler. Address care of Tribune,
45-4 Hilo, Hawaii.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 25, 1905.
To whom it may concern.
Win. Pernandes was this day appointed
collector for the Serrao Liquor Co., Ltd.,
nnd therefore he is authorized to collect
all accounts due said company.
JOSE G. SERRAO.
48-tf Mgr. Serrao Liquor Co., Ltd.
Major John Milsaps, in command of
the Salvation Army work 011 the Islands,
has had farewell orders for an appoint
ment near Chicago, aud will be leaving
the Islands the first ol next mouth. His
Farewell Meetings in Hilo will he ou
Wednesday and Thursday evening, Sep
tcmber 27th and 28th.
ANATOMY OF THE HOUSE.
(uiillllcntloiis Demanded to Sccuro
On the Kinau Friday there was n num
ber of Japauese horscshoers from Hawaii
going to Honolulu to be examined by
the Honolulu Hoard of Examiners for
farriers' licenses. It is understood that
the examination in vogue there is not so
difficult and a lame per centaire of the
Japanese candidates ou Oahu have been
The local Doard of Examiners, under
Sheriff Kcohinui stoutly maintain that
a practical horseshoer should be familiar
with the anatomy of a horse's leg aud
hoof. They have prepared a list of ques
tions, a copy of which rests over the
Sheriffs desk, intended to test the know
ledge of ailments affecting horses' feet
and their remedy. They are as follows:
1. What constitutes the foot?
2. What would you do to relieve a
3. What would you do for a com?
4. What causes a corn?
5. What would you do for a founder
6. What would you do for a seddie toe?
7. What would you do for a quarter
" 8. What is the cause of a horse's foot
9. What would you do for "a horse
that forges or clings?
10. What would you do for a knee
11. What would you do for n horhe
that grap his front quarters or heels?
12. What would you do for u horse
that has got a side bone?
None of the Japanese thus far examin
ed passed the first test of the examina
tion, which was the manufacture of a
horse bhoe from a bar of wrought iron.
I propose to organize the MOUNTAIN
VIEW SALOON as a stock company,
with a capital of 5,000. Shares can be
purchased from the undersigned at f. 10
per share, by any person of ony national
ity. Saloon has just taken out n full
licence permitting the sale of spirituous
and malt liquors. Apply for full inform
J. R. CASPAR,
47-4 Mt. View Saloon.
JSiberhi 1 , A)amcdn iMnnnfc,, Auk30!
tT?nTlAUS Zb AUg HGj'Alumcn
Vessels whose names nppear OVER the date ARRIVE fiom the Const.
Vessels whose names appear HELOW the dale DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; (!) To
Victoria; 11. C; (5) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday al 10:00 0. m.
S. S. Mnunn Loa'siniiil closes in Hilo on Saltinlavs ninf Tuesdays marked
(x) at 2:15 p. 111., arriving in Honolulu al day light three days later.
(TO MAKE USE OF)
This is what I should do with that wall space that I have IIw well it
would look to have it filled ill with 11 nice set of GI.OHK WERNICKE
bookcases; and it would certninly keep my books in better shape. 1 think
I will take ten minutes mid go ami see them at
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
SPECIALIZED IN MODERN OFFICE
A MATTER OF HEALTH
The co-partnership, heretofore existing
under the name and style of Moses &
Raymond, in Hilo, Hawaii, is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. The busi
ness will be hereafter conducted under
the name of E. H. Moses. All persons
who arc indebted to the firm of Moses &
Raymond are respectfully requested to
make payment to K. II. Moses. All ac
counts against the firm should be pre
sented to the said E. II. Moses.
E. H. MOSES,
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 8, 1905. 46 4
A large assortment just
from the East.
L TURNER CO. Iti!
First l'oreiu'ii Cliureli.
Sabbath, Oct. 1, 1905, 11 a. 111. "Whut '
manner of love," 1 Jer. 3:1. The Com-j
muuiou of the Lord's Supper will be ad
ministered in connection with the morn
ing service, and new members will be re-
ceived. 7:30 p. m. "Leoru of me."
Indications ol' Itlietimulism. ,
S jre and swollen joints, sharp, .shoot
ing pains, torturing muscles, 110 rest, 110
sleep that means rheumatism, It is a
stubborn disease to fight, but Chamber-1
Iain's Pain Halm has conquered it thou,
aauds of times. One application gives
relief. Sold by Hilo Drug Co,
HouKh Nearly :i,0()0 Acres.
W. G. Irwin ol Honolulu, was the
highest and sole bidder for the 2,960
acres of laud located al Paahau and be
longing to the Estate of Annie T. K.
Parker, minor, which was sold by 011
order 01 the Court at the Court House
1 steps by Commissioner Guruey ouThurs-
j day last. The upset price was $ 124,000,
I at which figure the laud was knocked
I down to Mr. Irwin. The tract comprises
I a considerable acreage of the Patihau
Plantation and it is understood that it
1 was bought in for the plantation.
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
I A Charily Hull.
j There will be a Charity Hall Saturday
iiightat Spreckels Hall given under the
auspices of the Catholic Ladies Aid So
ciety, the proceeds to be used for the
charitable work of that society. Ti
admitting gentleman and lady are for
sale ut $ .50 each. The newly elected of
ficers of the society lire President, Mrs.
J. S. Cauario, vice president, Mrs. R. A.
Lucas, secretary, Miss de Mello, and
treasurer, Miss Anita Cauario.
That's right, five there are others,
but these are the important ones for
you and your eyes;
You frown or squint in looking nt an
Your eyes show an intolerance of light.
They tire, ache, smart or water.
Objects swim or become dim.
These arc points that point to the
need of glasses.
A. N. SANFORD
IIOSTON HUILDING, - HONOLULU
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
In the matter of the Estate or WILLIAM
C. COOK, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed Executor of
the Estate of William C. Cook, deceased,
uud that all persons having claims
against said estate, whether secured or
otherwise, are hereby notified to present
I the same to the undersigned ut office of
llldgway& Ridgway, Hilo, Hawaii, T.
Unio "m "iy vermeil aim wuu proper vouch
"l ..... sr .... i.i.!.. .1 ...i..: r .1...
cia, 11 uuy, wiiiuii al iiiumim mini wie
dale of this notice, otherwise said claims
will be forever barred.
E. E RICHARDS,
Hilo, September 12, 1905,
Kiiiowav & Rim; wav,
Attorneys for Estate. 47-4
E. N. HOLMES
SPKCrAL- SAMS 01?
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE
AT COST FOR 15 DAYS
In order to reduce the stock in this department as
much as possible before taking inventory and also
to make room for new goods that will soon be arriv
ing, we nave determined to oiler our entire stock of
V ni-ITMA I or A OC-lir A n I' .,
x, viiin.i iiwu ui;iooivni.ii ;il cost
for the next 15 days.
rit rir tt
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO STOCK UP
E. N. HOLMES
To be opened Saturday, Sop-
tombor IG. Opposite Fish Market.
Short Orders a Specialty. Orders for Ice
Cream and Cake attended to promptly
and delivered to any part of City.
Telephone, No. 17.
Subscribe for the TuiliUNit Island sub
I have disposed of my business con
ducted under the mime of On Tni Co., at
Nine Miles, Ol.ia, to the Tak Lung Co.
All pcrbomi" indebted to Uie firm of Ou
Tal Co. will please settle their accounts
without delay, apd all creditors must file
their claims with the undersigned within
thirty day, from date.
ON TAI CO.
Keaau, Hawaii, Sept. 9, 1905, ,pj.,i