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TFIK WKKKtV IHtO TRIBUNI?,.. IltLO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, OCTOBKtt to, 1905.
Victor Hunt was n Honolulu passen
ger to Honolulu 1'titlny.
Mrs. Sam Pirn ntitl dntighlcr went to
Honolulu on n visit Friduy.
H. I. LIIHe expects to go I" te const
on limitless on the Enterprise.
Miss Evans of San Francisco is visiting
Miss Mary Shipmau at Riverside Park.
Prince Kuhio and Mrs. Knlntiiatiaole
have t)ecn Uic quests of Hev. S. L. Dc
slm. A few slightly used fcwiug machines
at . H. Moses at juices that will sur
Miss Mae Wlcr. stenographer for the
Hoard of Health at Honolulu, is spending
her vacation at the Volcano House.
C. K. Wright, manager of the Volcano
Stahles & Transportation Co., is suend
ing n few days at the Vuleuuo House.
The Hutchinson Plantation in Kau
will have its next crop of sugar refined
at the Honolulu Plantation Co.'s refinery.
Mr. George Deacon of Waialua and his
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Macgregor Deacon,
are visiting Mr. C. C Kennedy nt Wain
ken. Por a fine selection of new goods just
received by the S. S. Enterprise, see K.
N. Holmes' advertisement nppearing else
where. The S. S. Kntcrprise is scheduled to
sail for San Francisco on Pridny, at noon.
Bananas will he received up to Thursday
Alfred Richard Gurrcy, Jr., represent
ing the Hoard of Pire Underwriters,
Honolulu, is making a detailed map of
the town of Hilo.
Luhilea, tl;e aged father of Alutin. the
hackdriver, died Sunday night at Hakn
lull. Internment took place yesterday
afternoon at Hilo.
Miss Minnie Todd, stenographer in the
office of the Territorial Treasurer, Hono
lulu, and sister of Miss Daisy Todd of
Hilo, made n brief visit to the Volcano
L. S. Aungust, accompanied by Miss
Stella Pedro, of Holualoa, who are mak
ing n tour of the Island, tarried two days
last week in Hilo as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. Schocu.
The S. S. Kntcrprise with a residue of
cargo, including two boilers and a con
signment of general merchandise for the
Honolulu plantation departed Saturday
nt 10 a. in. for Honolulu.
D. S. Bowman will make the round
trip on the Knterprise on account of his
health. During his absence John C. j
Searle will act as Sanitary Officer and 1
agent of the Board of Health.
Joe Decker, the little lightweight1
pugilist, well known'in Hilo, has been j
sent to the insane asylum lor treatment. 1
It is believed that he was mentally in-'
jured in some of his fights. I
The members of the Catholic Ladies J
Aid Society are requested to attend the
annual meeting of that organization to
be held nt the home of Mrs. Wallace next
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Miss Anna Charlotte Grant, daughter
of Louis T. Grant, formerly of Hilo, was
married recently at Manila to 11. V. Cad
walladcr. Mr. Grant was connected with
the Hilo Electric Light Co. at one time.
Have you seen the new Pen Lustre j
embroidery cotton, it resembles silk and j
is very pretty when worked up. K. II.
Moses has it on sale, as well as a stock of j
fancy work materials of all kinds. Phone J
II. Vicars, who has been making it
personal inspection of the bananas in the
vicinity of Hilo preparatory to purchas
ing for shipment to the San Prancisco
market, is convinced that in Puna n nfan
needs a life preserver.
The wedding of Oliver K. Akau and
Miss Alice Pea will take place Wednesday
' nt high noon. Pollowiug the cere
mony there will be a reception ten
dered the couple by Mr. and Mrs. Chns.
Akau at their Puueo residence.
TheS.S. MauuaLoa landed nineteen
bags of mail at Kuwniliaeon Priday, con
sisting principally of Oriental and local
mails. No coast mail was received, ow
ing to the disaster to the Alameda, which
would have arrived nt this time.
The Board of Education ut Honolulu
have adopted a resolution refusing to
grniitany employee of the department any
increase of salary. This is the result of
the insufficient appropriation for the sup
port of the department nud the necessary
increase of the teaching force.
Kluiui Arrivals, Oct. 1, 11105.
N. G. Campion, Miss M. Todd, Judge
Stanley, A. Richley, Mrs. A. Richley.
C. K. Burton, C. Km Tong, A. R. Gur- !
rey Jr., C. Custendyek and wife, Miss
Caryl Reid, T. R. Robertson, Mrs. W.
A. Petteruud 3 children, Miss P.. Evans,
II. B. Gehr, A. Marks, T. D. D.iwkjns,
Miss M. Weir, Mrs. W. II. Linith, Miss,
A. Dreier, A. Dreier and wife.
A SnTe Cough .Medicine I'or Child
ren. In buying a cough medicine for child
ren 1. ever be afraid to buy Chamberlain':,
Cough Remedy. There is no danger
from it and relief is always sure to follow. .
It is especially valuable for colds, group
whooping cough. Por sale by Hilo Drug ,
Okc Kcech of Honomu wns in town
Auctioneer Gumey has an auctlou snlc
on Wednesday. Sec adv.
Miss Hnunnh Williams left on Friday
for a two weeks' visit to Honolulu.
The County Band will give a concert at
7:30 p. in. Thursday at Mooheau Park.
Wnltcr Greenfield of llonokna has
been visiting Hilo for the past few days.
"Dearborn" Brown is in town looking
after the lubricating wants of his custo
mers. Win. Kbeling of Wainaku. was the
sole passenger to Honolulu on the Enter
A mail leaves this nftcruoou at 2:15 for
Honolulu via Mauna Lon, arriving there
A splendid opportunity to secure the
tnot popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Triuunu.
Allen S. Wall, accompanied by his
little daughter, Kdic Wall, may depart
on the Kntcrprise for a visit to Mr.
Wall's old home in the Knst.
Mr. and Mrs. August Dreier and Miss
Dreier who have been spending the pntt
ten days at the Volcano House will re
turn to their home in Honolulu next
The schooner Lurliue, formerly run
between this port and San Prancisco, by
Capt. W. Matsou, is now loading lumber
at Pugct Sound for the local house of II.
Hackfcld & Co.
Norman G. Campion brought a brand
new oughtomobilc touring runabout from
Honolulu Inst Wednesday and is reported
to have made a record bread ing trip to
the Volcano House.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Richley returned
Weducsday from a four months' absence
to Kastem cities. Mr. Richley went to
Honolulu on Priday again in the interests
of the Hawaiian Mohagony-Koa Luml er
NOTICE TO BANANA
Will Sail for San Prancisco
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13
Bananas will be received up to
Illiniums In net v nippers re
ceived only on prepayment of
Banana train will leave T burs'
R. T. GUARD,
Agent Matsou Navigation Company
The Luau and Pair to be given on
Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 30th, for the
benefit of the Hilo Boarding School, will
be under the general Supervision of Rev.
S. L. Desha and Mrs. Jules L. Richard
son, who will be ably assisted by other
adepts in preparing toothsome dainties.
The occasion will be a rare opportunity
to witness a first class luau as well as to
render assistance to a worthy institution.
Curd of Thanks.
The Society of King's Daughters ex
tends thanks to the large and npprecin
live audience that assembled at the Hia
watha entertainment Priday evening.
j " maius also, very iiearuiy. Airs. Kice
.... a . . ... ...
aim nirs. vjuniey unit uii tuners ni iu.ik
itig the entertainment a success.
First Porelirn Church.
Sabbath, October is, 1005, 11 a.m.
"Dost thou now govern the kingdom of
Israel?" 1 Kings 31:7. 7:30 p. 111.
"Stand up, stand up, for Jesus." A study
of the authorship and contents of the
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
School Department Advlsesrs Kro
The Department of Public Instruction
has issued the following circular:
Honolulu, September 35th, 1905.
To all School Agents, Principals ol
Schools, Teachers and Pupils'.
The Department of Public Instruction
finds itself in the position of having to
equip and supply n larger number of
schools than at any previous period, white
at the same time the appropriations of
money for these purposes are smaller
than heretofore. Particularly the appro
priation forlndusttint nud Manual Train
ing for the current bienninl period is
exactly half the appropriation under that
head for the biennial period ended June
3oth, 1905, and the appropriation for
stationery and incidentals is less than
half that for the previous biennial period.
The Department believes that n consi
deration of these facts should make it
apparent to nil persons having the fur
nishing, the care, or the use of school
supplies that it is urgently necessary
that the strictest economy be practiced
in the distribution and use of school sup
plies if the schools arc not to suffer de
triment from the necessary cutting off
of some kind of supplies.
It is requested that principals of schools
will avoid, as far ris practicable, frequent
requsilions, as shipping in small quanti
ties entails increased cost for packing,
cartage add freight' And they should
sec to it that no habits of waste ore ac
quired cither by teacher or pupils. In
making requsilion principals of schools
are requested to estimate conservatively
for n full year's supply of everything re
quired by them. These requisitions
should be addressed to the School Agents
in the respective districts.
The Department relies on the hearty
co-operation of all in this matter for the
good of the schools.
Vours very sincerely,
(Signed) JAMES C. DAVIS,
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
The Disastrous Eiiillntr of n Night's
James K. Apiki, Jr., a well known Ha
waliau boy, who has been employed by
Joe Vierra, suffered burns from an over
turned lamp Saturday night, from which
there are small hopes of his recovery.
With a companion he was sleeping off
the effects of a drunken debauch in a
house belonging to Haumalali in Puueo.
They went to sleep on a mattress on the
floor, beside which was n burning ke ro
sin e lamp. Apiki in some way over
turned the lamp in his sleep and awak
ened to find himself and the house in
flames. The woolen sweater which he
wore was afire and he jumped headlong
from a second story window. Police
men Kaiua and Siiiicoua standing near
the corner of Atnaulu street heard the
cries for help, and rushing to the rescue
succeeded in extinguishing the burning
clothing from the terrified man. Dr.
Holland was called and dressed the mail's
wounds, which extend over the upper
part of his body. The second sleeper
was awakened by the noise and smothered
the flames which were making Mieadwny
on the burning mattress.
Ills Work In Congress.
Delegate Kalauiaiiaole addressed a
good sized gathering of Hilo citizens last
night at Fireman's Hall upon his work
in Congress. His remarks were in Ha
waiian as most of the audience were na
tive sous. He spoke of his efforts to se
cure appropriations for the islands, mid
especially for the Hilo breakwater and
federal building. He gave nssurauces of
his belief that the coining session, Ha
waii would bell taken care of. The dele
gate is accompanied by his wife. They
have been visiting the Woods in Kohala
and nt Maun. After n few days here, they
will proceed to the Volcano House where
they expect to remain for two weeks or
longer, before returning to Washington.
Battled With Sharks.
Word is received of the thrilling nd ven
ture of two Hnwaiians nt Knwnihae about
ten days ago. While out fishing in a
Japanese sampap, the bait suddenly
overturned in n squall nnd tillable to
right the craft, the two men clung to the
side of the vessel for over thirty hours.
They remained in the water without food
or drink from Tueiduy noon till Wcdnes-
1 day night, when other fishermen acci
I deutly came upon them. They relate a
thrilling account of their experience
j fighting off sharks which hovered around
I the boat.
Jliuhi a Record Trip.
Mr. ond Mrs. C. Ciistcndyk relured on
Wednesday last from an extended visit
to Germany. They brought with them,
Miss Carol Reid who during their absence
has been staying with her mother's rela
tives in Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Custcn
dyk made the record trip from Honolulu
to New Yoik in ten days, taking advan
tage of the fast Twentieth Century Limit
ed between Chicago and New York,
which has since cut down the time bet
ween these two points to eighteen hours.
Hooked For S. S. KnterorlNO.
The following passengers are booked
to leave on Friday by the S. S. Enter
prise: Mrs. C. McLeiiiiou, Miss Mar
guerite McLeuuou, Dou S. Bowman and
Robert limes Lillie,
MONEY IN THE TKK.VSUUY.
riiiiiucliil Statement or County on
Chnlrmnii Shipmnti of the Finance
Committee presented n report to the
Board of Supervisors on Friday, prior to
adjournment, showing the total amount
of the receipts and expenditures
for the three months when the
county government has been hi exist
ence. It is shown that the total amount
of realization to date, being remittances
from the Terrltoiial tteasttrcr during the
months of July, August and September
amounted to f 26,400. The disbursements
amounted to f50.434.31, leaving a balance
in the county treasury of f5.965-79
which Mr. Shipman regarded as a very
The detailed statements is as follows:
From Territorial Treasurer for
July, August and Sept $16,400.00
Altowed by the Board:
July 1 1,091.50
Pay of Police:
Set nsidc to Road Fund (Sept.).. 5,000.00
Appropriated in police case test. " 350.00
Total Disbursements f 50,434 -3
Balance to credit of General
Fund, Oct. 1st, 1905 5.96579
Growing out of the claims for trans
portation, board and lodging and ex
penses of the County Attorney at the
Kohala and llonokna terms of court, the
County Attorney gave a written opinion
that all such claims arc legal obligations
of the county which it could be com
pelled to pay in a law court. He states
that it is the duty of the County Attorney
to prosecute all criminal cases, which
implies that the county has to pay nil
expenses incident thereto, such ns the
employment of detectives, the transpor
tation of and keep of witnesses, prisoners
and officers while attending the term of
court. These expenses arc chargeable
against the county until the criminals
arc convicted and until they are turned
over to the Territory. Some of these
claims referred to include Chester Doyle's
board nnd lodging at the Kohnln Club,
ten days, 72; hack fare, $ 11.50. Expenses
of witnesses, f 233. 55; transportation and
board of prisoners, $15.35; board of
arrested persons, before trial, at Hilo
jail, $55.50; sheriff's office, incidentals,
For the support and maintenance of
witnesses, claims aggregating $121.10,
were regarded ns legal charges against
When items nre not properly chargeable
against the clerk's office, the demand
should be designated as "county general"
or under some appropriate head to indi
cate that it is for the general use of the
A demand of the Hilo Railroad
amounting to $28.45 fr coal, was regard
ed as a charge against the South Hilo
road fund, and ordered paid therefrom.
A bill sent in by the deputy sheriff of
Kau for postofiie box was disallowed, for
the reason that in the opinion of the
committee the business of deputy sheriffs
was not sufficient to warrant such nil
The total amount of claims for the
mouth of September approved nud passed
by the Board amounted to $1711.45.
Concerning some of the claims, the
committee believed it would be a hard
ship to make the officers pay the bills
out of their own funds, and they there
fore recommended the payment of the
same. In future, however, the committee
state that the County will not be respon
sible for the transportation of officers,
jurors nud witnesses to coroner's inquests.
Where n number of bills should have
been included in one demand, the com
mittee refused to allow more than one
I inlary chnrge.
Fish nud Food Inspector J. M. Ilering
mnde n report to the Board of Supervisors
stntiug that 61,994 fish had been received
and inspected by him during the mouth
ol September, out of which 56 were de
stroyed as being unfit for consumption.
Eight poi shops had been examined and
found in a sanitary condition. A Japa
nese by the name of Miaiaki Kichuo
had been arrested, charged with selling
uninspected fish, and upon trial had for
TruiiHferred to llllo.
Frank E. Dime, manager for many
years of the Kailua brunch of II. Hack
fold & Co,, Ltd., has been transferred to
duly at Hilo with C. Cnstcudyk in
charge. He will be succeeded at Kailua
by John P. Curls, who has been assistant
manager there for a number of years.
Mr. Iliiue formerly resided in Hilo and
has many warm personal friends who
will welcome him to his old stamping
Wednesday, Oct. Ilth
At 4 O'clock P.M.
I Sample Woolen Suit Patterns, Taylor
& wepuy 1'iaiio uipset price jwi), In good
condition; one Bible, 108 years old.
At my King Street Auction Rooms. j
A. S. LKUARON OURNEY, Auc.
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
, S. M.
;" 1 2
: 8 9
Vessels whose tintnes nppenr OVER the date ARRIVE front the Coast.
Vessels whose names nppent BELOW the dule DEPART for the Const.
DcslinnUon of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; B.C.; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinnit departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at to:oo a. 111.
S. S. Mauna I.oa'.smail closes ill Hilo on Saturdays nud Tuesdays marked
(X) at 3:15 p. m., arriving in Honolulu nt daylight three days later.
(TO MAKE USE OF)
This is whnt I should do with that wall space that I have. How well it
would look to have it fitted in with a nice set of GLOBE-WEKNICKE
bookcases; nnd it would certainly keep my books in better shape. I think
I will take ten minutes and go and see tliim at
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
IN MODERN OFFICE
and uK PIS
A large assortment just
from the East.
L TURNER CO. Lii
satisfactorily in a moist climate
unless your materials are good.
That is it fact admitted by any
one who ever pushed a button
or focussed n lens.
nre the best that money can
buy and what is better they nre
fresh nnd prepared for use in a
moist climate. Possibly you
did not have the matter of
climate in mind when yuti
Our Dark Room
is well supplied witli necessary
appliances and is at the dis
posal of tourists as well us
Cameras, Kodaks, Plates,
Films, Chemicals, Paper ami
Trays, Films ami Plates de
veloped ar.d prints made
THE HILO DRUG GO.
.3'" - fc -h
Nm ember t
"lie dragged his eyebrow bushes
down, and made a snowy penthouse
for his hollow eyes." Tennyson.
We all observe these "diaggcd eye
brows" on face-, lutiumerab'e. A symp
tom of eye defect an indication of glass
need. livery symptom has a cause. Wo
a lnpl glnssLS to every defect of vision by
the latest eye-testing appliances, and pre
scribe them in accordance with the teach
ings of the authorities on t he eye.
A. N. SANFORD
BOSTON BUILDING. - HONOLULU
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
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