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H CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Mrs. A. V. Uirhatdioti It'll 1'iiday for
n brief visil lo Honolulu
J. W. Mason was n returning pasen
ger from San l'raiicisco on the Killer
Victor Hind, representing Hollschlagcr
& Co., Honolulu, Is making n business
tour of Hnwnll.
Julian Montsarrnt was a Ililo visitor
List week, returning to Kapapala on
N'uriuon O. Caiupiou, engineer nt the
Hilo Sugar Co., Is taking n well-earned
vacation in Honolulu.
The Board of Supervisors meet this
morning at 10 o'clock In the Hoard
rooms, in the County offices.
Why cut your own throat when you
can buy n Gillette Safety Kaior at
Holmes' Store for live dollars.
Manager Catl Wallers of Naalehu, Kail
will go to Honolulu l'riday on bu.inet.s,
coniiectt'd with the plantation.
Supt, C. S. Hollow-ay nnd Knginecr G.
H. Gere arc now at Kailua and will con
tinue their tour of Hawaii into Kohaln.
A meeting of the Catholic I.udies Aid
Society will he held at the residence of
Mrs. K. A. Lucas next Saturday nt 3:30
Michael J. Kceliu ol Hilo has been
granted a patent by the U. S. Patent
Ollkc nt Washington, 1). C. for 11 spark
Mr. mid Mrs. K. N. Holmes nnd child
ren, who have been spending n portion of
the summer nt San l'raiicisco, returned
by the Kutcrprisc.
'Good Komi" clothes hangers for
ladies and gentlemen nt K. 11. Moses.
Once trieil you will regret not having
had them before. Sold singly or in sets.
Ted Guard returns from New York
nnd his trip around the Horn much im
proved in health. He is accompanied
by Carl Komie, his cousin, who makes
his first visit to the Islands.
Hereafter Dr. Ollie Shiptnan and Geo.
Richardson will manage the Shipmnu
ranch and dairy at l'uoo. Chas. Oluey,
who has been in charge for the past year,
expects to leave shortly for the coast.
W. II. Shipman and George Richard
son came down on Wednesday night
from I'ihio, Mr. Shipman's ranch on the
slopes of Manna Ken, returning Kriday
morning by way of the Volcano House.
Mrs. Shlpmau and Miss Ivy Richardson
who are nt the ranch, expect to remain
several weeks longer?
The Triiiunis was in error regarding
Mr. Scott's advocacy of the use ol n por
tion of the hospital lot for school purKs
cs. He joined the other members of the
executive coucil of the Board of Trade in
favoring the acquirement of the Masonic
lot by exchange nnd the use of the River
side lot for school purposes.
A lluhiucss High School.
The merry rapity-rap of the typewriter
is heard all day long at the high school.
Under the supervision of Professor Smith
n commercial course has been outlined in
the school, permitting students to learn
correctly the use of the typewriter.
Nearly all the pupils nttracted by the
novelty of the machine nre becoming ex
pert typewriters. As yet no classes in
hteuogrnphy have been organized, but it
is hoped short-hand work may soon he
commenced. The school already has
two new typewriters, one Remington and
one Underwood. Three additional ma
chines nre expected shortly from the
Mrs. Klin M. I.oehelistelu desires
classes in embroidery work. Sec adv.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Peck nnd Miss Peck
expect to go lo Honolulu Kriday for a
The Kits Club nre contemplating giv
ing n dance in their club rooms nt nit
Mrs. 1). W. Marsh returned Saturday
from n pleasant visit to her old home
nt San Jose, Cnl.
Mrs. John Cameron1 of Pnuknn wns the
sole passenger on the Hark St. Kathcriuc
from the Coast on Sutidny.
Charles Williams is nt Houokaa assist
ing Deputy Sheriff Ricknrd In the prose
cution ol some criminal cases.
Marin Margueritn Ricknrd has been
granted n divorce by Judge Robinson
from R. I). Rickard of Honolulu.
To the man or woman who goes kodak
ing, the advice given by the llilo Drug
Co. is worth reading. See adv.
I.. Dalugerfield of Ooknln, who under
went an operation at the Hilo hospital
about ten days ago, Is nhlc to be about.
I,. S. Aungst, malinger of the Kona
Kan Telephone Co., arrived from Holua
loa last night nnd Is visiting Lewis
Scliocu nnd family.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular magazines Is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Triuunk.
Sang Song, the Chinese jeweler, ho
line n store nt the foot of King street,
left on Kriday for China, where he exects
to remain permanently.
John O'Rourke, until recently In
charge of the Volcano Stables horse
shoeing shop, has returned to Sail l'raii
cisco, where he will permanently locate.
Word comes from San Francisco that
the wife of A. II. Jackson is suing for
divorce. Mt. Jackson is expected to ar
rive in Honolulu tomorrow 011 the Man
churia. I'rank Turner, brother ol L. Turner of
Hilo, died in Honolulu of consumption
on Sunday, September 24th. Mr. Turner
who wns 42 years of ngc wns a contractor
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
til market for-1 you. Liberal cash ad
rancea made ou shipments.
The Park Hoard ask for donations of
palms, cocoauut, sprouted trees and other
shrubbery for use in the Moohcnu Park.
Persons having plants for the Park arc
requested to notify Vark Commissioners
L. Turner or Dr. J. Holland.
I am selling the new I,. C. Smith nnd
nros. visible typewriter on easy monthly
payments. Step In and try one. They
arc acknowledged by experts to be the
best typewriter on the market. All gocd
points of all good typewriters combined
in one. K. II. Moses, Hilo.
A Kulso Alarm.
An alarm of fire rung out by the fire
bell Sunday night about eight o'clock
attracted a large crowd to the residence
of J. D. Kennedy on Church street, only
to be disappointed In not finding any
thing more exciting than a spluttering
electric light wire. A falling limb from
a nearby tree, upon an electric cable 011
Church street caused a short circuit, and
thecuireut in the live wire burnt the
insulation for several feet, giving the op-
itp.irniini. (if nil inrinipiit firf- ltifnri Mm
coast, which will permit n larger number , firc ,k Uncnt nrrivcd a ,, from
of students to obtain mort practice in 1 .,. ,,,' ,. . , ... .. ......, ,,. , ,.
MIC I.lltldU 1IIII V.U. Il-'illICU llli; UieilK
this useful adjunct to a business educa
To Dedicate Hoarding School.
Arrangements are being made for hold
ing the dedicatory exercises of the new
Hilo Hoarding School building, which
without damage to himself or the crowd
who were interested spectators of the
Successful Charity Hull.
There was n good ntteudauce at the
IiHSjiistbccn completed. 011 I luiiiksgiviug 1 d)Hriu. l)a,j j,iven Saturday night at
Day, November 30. It is the purpose oTJ Sprcckcls Hall under the auspices of the
Principal L. C. Lyman to make the day j CiUi10ijc j,n('je, Aid Socleiy. Music was
full of interesting events. The ladies of rttriiisticl by the Waiakcn quintette club,
the faculty and friends of the school under nmi ,illrjK tlle evening cooling ices nnd
the direction of Mrs. Lyman will give an I caj.e WL.r(, serVed lo those present. G. 1'.
elaborate luati throughout the day in the Affonso acted ns floor manager. The
school building, where dinner and supper j throng did not disperse till midnight.
Tim Program UN Arranged for
The Indy managers of the King's
Daughters Hiawatha entertainment nre
working nssidiiously to mnkc the nffnir n
success. Grent care is being tnken with
the tableaux, nnd the musical nnd literary
program will be of exceptional merit.
The cntcrtainuiriit wilt be held nt the
Hnili Church next l'ridny evening nt 8
o'clock. The doors will he open nt 7:45
and the public nre requested to lie
promptly In their scats. Tickets nre now
on snle at Wall, Nichols Co. Ltd., and
the Hilo Drug Store. The program bs
nrmnged is ns follows:
The Old Arrow Maker
Hiawatha brings his bride home
Death of Minnehaha
Pianist Miss Potter
Reader Miss Mary Frank Potter
Tableaux under the direction of Mrs.
Nokomis Miss West
Minnehaha Miss Harriet llnpai
Hlawathn Mr. Henry Lyman
The Arrowmnkcr To be selected
LOSS FKOM WET WRAPPERS.
lliuiuuiin on Kntcrprlso Arrive Spoil
cd nl Snu Frtiuclsco.
Once more, says the Advertiser, grow
ers of bananas, both in Hilo and Honolu-
lulu, have to stand a loss 011 their ship
ments to San Francisco. Not so long
ago the Knterprise left hundreds of bun
ches on the wharf at Hilo, claiming they
could not carry all that had been deposit
ed there, nnd they rotted. Now comes
the news from San Francisco that because
the steamer Knterprise towed the barge
Santiago from Hilo to San Francisco,
and was so long In making the trip, hun
dreds of bunches sjoiled nnd were thrown
thrown, into San Francisco bay. The
vessel arrived there September 12, hav
ing been eleven days on the run. All
the decayed bunches were thrown over
board, and from Howard street wharf to
a point off Lime Point the bay was dott
ed with bad fruit.
From reports received on the return
trip of the steamer which arrived Satur
day morning, it Is learned that in nearly I
every instance the decayed fruit spoiled
from damp wrappings nnd not from nny
delay in transportation. Much of the
fruit was discovered to be "wet" wrapped
at Hilo before being placed aboard the
S. S. Knterprise and the local agent ac
cepted such bunches only at owner's risk.
As a consequence the loss, if any, sus
tained must fall upon the shippers, who
carelessly wrapped their fruit, and not
upon the transportation company. It is
stated that one day extra required to
tow the barge Santiago to the coast, was
not sufficient to hnve caused the gent
loss from spoiling of the last enrgo of ba
nanas aboard the S. S. Knterprise.
SATISFIED OU RECONCILED. e--v--.--.
will be served. The morning will be de
roted to the dedicatory exercises and
possibly n Thanksgiving sermon. A base
ball game and other athletic sports will
occupy the afternoon, and n literary pro
gram and reception arranged for the
A Viiluiiblo Present.
"Wnndee Jester,1' u famous prize win
ning Fox Terrier, was sent to Dr. Holland
by the last Knterprise. Mr. John Hrad
shaw, the editor of the American Illus
trated Kennel News, says in a letter to '
Dr. Holland, "This dog originally cost
Mr. Harley, the kennel owner, faoo.
KI111111 Departures, Sept. 'Jit.
Sing Song, A. G. Kullberg, Miss Stark,
J. W. McGuire, Mrs. A. W. Richardson,
Major J. Milsaps, W. K. Shaw, Sam
Woods, Mrs. W. T. McManus, R. S.
Hosnier, Mrs. Hosiner, Rev. J. W. Wad
man, F.Klamp, Rev. C, II. Minn, Palmer
P. Woods and wife.
First Foreign Church. 1
Sabbath, October 8, 1905, 11 a. 111. '
"Try the Spirits whether they ate of
God," 1 Jon 4:1- 7:30 p. m. Union
meeting in the Ha,lM Church, I
Over fifty dollars was realized from the
affair, which will be used by the society
for the relief of the poor.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Test Cases Postponed.
Hy agreement of counsel and owing to
the absence of Judge Stanley in Hono
lulu, who has been retained for the de
fense in the two tsst cases 'before Judge
Parsons to determine the right of Sheriff
Keolanui t appoint his subordinates, the
hearing went over until next Thursday.
These are the mandamus proceedings
brought by Norman K. Lyman against
County Auditor Mnguire to compel him
to pay over salary alleged to be illegnlly
withheld, and the quo warranto ci se
against Policcnnn Harry A. Knell, re.
quiring him to show hy what nuthori y
he nets ns u police officer. It is expei ted
Judge Stanley will be 011 hand next
Thursday so that both cases may he
heard at that time.
S. S. Enterprise Arrives.
The S. S. Knterprise dropped anchor
in port nt six o'clock Saturday morning
nine days from San Francisco. Pleasant
weather was encountered and with n con
genial passenger list, an agrceuble trip
was enjoyed by nil. There were seventeen
cabin passengers, as follows: Mr. and
Mrs. Holmes, two children mid maid.
I Mrs. W. G. Walker, two children and
j nurse; Mrs. D. W. Marsh, J. W. Mason,
Ted Guard, K. T. Roinie, Miss Francis
IGonsalves, Miss F. Heigsicksher, and
I Miss N. Heigsicksher. The steamer
j brought 41 bags of mail besides 11 general
cargo of merchandise.
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Classes hi embroidery will be formed
upon reasonable terms. Classes meet
Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursday?.
Orders will also be taken for embroidery
and artistic needle work. t Subscribe for the TuiUUNK.
MRS. KLLA M. LOKHKNSTKIN. I lion $2.50 per year.
An Onirlul From Knren so Finds
Ills Countrymen Here.
"1 find the Koicnn laborers sitisficd or
reconciled lo their conditions."
Thus spoke Secretary S. II. Yoon of
the Foreign Office of Korea who was re
gistered nt Hotel Demosthenes, and who
Is 011 n special mission from his govern
ment to inquire into the condition of
Korean lnboreis in Hawaii. Secretary
Yoon Is accompanied by Rev. John W.
Wadmati, who is conducting n Korean
Mission in Honolulu nnd is pastor of the
First M. K. Church. Hccatisc of com.
plaints which found their way back lo
the home government as to the treatment
of Korean laborers, especially in Yucatan,
the Kmperorof Korea suspended emi
gration to Mexico nnd Hawaii, anil in
order to ascertain the exact truth of these
reports, Secretary Yoon is making un
official visit to Hawaii and Mexico.
"There nre 13,000 Korean lnborcrs in
Yucatan," said Secretary Yoon, who
speaks Kngllsh with fluency, "engaged
In the sisal Industry and approximately
7,300 Korean laborers who hove come to
the Territory of Hawaii since 1902 when
the first exodus of Korean laborers left
their homes. My counlmncn nre not
naturally travelers or of a roving distiosi-
Hon, and have largely jemaincd within the
confines of their own country. Hut
beguiled by the attractive stories of op
portunities elsewhere, they came to Ha
waii and to Mexico with the permission
of the home government. Hither fiom
disappointment or other cause, reports
have come back of their dissatisfaction,
and in May ull emigration was suspended.
My mission is to find out, as far as possi
ble, the condition of the Korean luborcrH
"Generally I can say the Koreans cm-
ployed on the plantations arc satisfied or
arc reconciled to llicir surroundings.
There does not appear to have been any
cases of cruel or harsh treatment, the
gravest charge being abusive language
by sooni of the overseers. I found the
Korean quarters ns comfortable as could
be expected on most plantations and
every consideration shown to make them
happy and comfortable. Unfortunately,
many of those brought here were re
cruited from the trifling, shiftless ne'er-do-wells,
who are not satisfied lo remain
anywhere even in their own country. The
rest appear to be satisfied with the treat
ment they receive or reconciled to their
conditions. I shall so report to my gov
ernment, and believe a relaxation of the
present rule prohibiting all emigration
will be adopted "
Secretary Yoon and Rev. Wadman
made a tour of the various plantations
along windward Hawaii and left Friday
to visit Maul. After finishing his iii
vestigation of conditions In the Territory,
he will proceed to Mexico in pursuance
of instructions from his government.
TEACHEKS MEET ON FRIDAY.
Program or Exercises Arranged for
An Interesting program has been ar
ranged for the quarterly meeting of the
Hilo Teachers Union to be held next
Friday at the Union School. The exer
cises will djcgiti promptly at 9 o'clock
and the public are Invited to attend and
participate in the general discussion of
topics which follows the regular program.
The following Is the program as ar
ranged: The Lord's Prayer
Roll-call answered by "Mother Goose"
Minutes and New Husincss
Song Third Grade children
The Educational Value of Mother Goose
Class Kxercise in Phonics
Mrs. L. M. Carpenter
Nature Study "The Mosquito"
1. In the receiving room
Miss Harriet Hapai
2. In the first grade
Miss Mary Deyo
3. A Practical Demonstration
Dr. C. L. Stow
Paper "County Government" what to
teach and where Win. McCluskey
Address Inspector C. K. King
Paper "A Country Teacher's Op(xr
tiiuities" Miss Dillon
The bark St. Katheriue, C. W. Saun
ders master, sixteen days from Snu Fran
cisco, arrived Sunday afternoon.
The ship Falls of Clyde, Mutson mas
ter, arrived Friday, thirteen days from
The S. S. Knterprise, J. O. Youngren
master, arrived Saturday morning, after
an uneventful voyage of nine days from
The barkeutine Mary Wiiikleuian has
completed discharging lumber at the
Hilo dock ami will clear tomorrow for
A Sure Cough Medicine For Child
In buying a cough medicine for child
ren never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. There is no danger
from it and relief is always sure to follow.
It is especially valuable for colds, group
whooping cough. For sale by Hilo Drug
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS AURIVK IN HONOLULU AND DF.PAR'li AS FOLLOWS:
x , vessels whose
f Vessels whose
Victoria; 11. C;
W. T. F. I
JManclir'u r Alameda
4 J C
Alnmcda 16 rj
8 19 LS
I Nov. 7
I 'China ,
I "Sierra ,
Vessels whose names appear OVKR the dale ARRIVK ft out the Coast.
: iiaiuet appear HKI.OW the date DK PART for the Coast,
f Ve-vsels () To San Francisco: m To Cidnniri: m T
(?1 To Yokolmmn.
n. n. Kiunu departs 1101:1 Hilo lor Honolulu iverv Fiidny nl 10:00 n. m.
S. S. Mnunn Loa'smail closes in Hilo on Kntutdiiys nnilTuif days marked
(X) at 2:15 p. arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
(TO MAKE USE OF)
This is what I should do with that wall spnee that I have. How well it
would look to have it fitted in with a nice set of GLOHF.-WKKNICKK
bookcases; and it would certainly keep my books in belter shape. I think
I will take ten minutes mid go and see Hum at
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