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THIS WBHKI.Y IIII.O TRlIlUNli, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, OCTOIlliK 17, 1505.
Miss Kintiin Forbes is n clerk in I.
Turner Co., l.til.
The bark Amy Turner lcR .San Frnn
Cisco for llilo on Thurnlny lust.
Win. Thompson representing Tlieo. II.
l).ivies & Co. CUl. is now in town.
Jntncs Dougherty, representing the
firm of W. II. Wiclimnti & Co., Honolulu
(9 now in Kohnla.
Ten consumers will relish the Nirvana
brand of tea sold by Tlieo. II. Davies &
Co., Ltd. See ml v.
The County Itniul will given concert
Thursday evening lit 7:30 o'clock nt the
Wainken boat lauding.
Ifjouwisliu "wood Christmas" look
over the large stock of cut los In Hawaiian
woods nt the Hitu Hoarding School fair.
Harry T. Lake has been nppoiuted an 1
assistant to the County Attorney of Oahu
County, to succeed Hex Hitchcock, dis
placed. A splendid opportunity to secure the
a.. i.i.i.nl.a inmilii,,! Id rwl1 1 1 rfl oil
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subscribers under the combination club'T
olferof the Tkuiuxic.
Owing to tlic absence of Jas. 1). Lewis
the meeting of the Young Men's Repub
lican Club ba9 been postponed until the
next regular meeting in November.
The art collection, of copies from the
old masters, which in to be on sale at the
Hilo Hoarding School fair, is the finest
collection ever placed on the Hilo
The l'alls of Clyde expects to return
with n large cargo of Christmas goods.
The S. S. Enterprise will probably go on
the dry dock which will delay her arrival
pcrlups ten days.
The wedding of Oliver Aknti and Miss
Alice Pea was a brilliant affair, and "over
n hundred participated in the reception
nml luau tendered to the couple by Mr.
mul Mrs. Chns. Akau Inst Wednesday
Road Engineer G. II. Gere has received
ndviccs from the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works of the intention of Governor
Carter to expend the $20,000 appropria
tion for the completion of the Hilo
Ilnttcubcrg supplies, the new embroid
ery cotton, I'eri Lustre, embroidery
hoops, darning cotton, initial forms,
stars, anchors, sofa pillow outfits and
fancy work materials of all kinds nrc to
be lind of E. II. Moses, Hilo. l'hone 178.
On Monday, the ship Falls of Clyde,
Mnlsou, master, cleared for San Francisco
with the final cargo of sugar of the sea
son, ns follows: Ilnkalnu, 11,284 bags;
Hilo Sugar Co., 3,196 bags, and Olna,
5,981. Karl T. Roiuie was the sole
Secretary of the Treasury Shaw lias
written to the Honolulu Chamber of books, drawn work books, tatting and
Commerce stating that there would be n , netting nnd many other fancy work
revenue cutter stationed here during the books, at E. II. Moses, Hilo. l'hone 178.
winter, nnd it would be determined later j Hole, Demosthenes hns been embel
whether it would be ndvisable to keep ghed w,Ul B ,nxuriolw 1)ar Hnd smoking
one here permanently
The Misses Hcrgschicker of Mouteray,
California, accompanied by Miss Frances
Gousalves, who nrrived -on the S. S.
Enterprise ns the guests or Captain Win.
Mu'tsoii, returned on that vessel Saturday
after n brief visit to the Volcano, Hono
lulu nnd other points of interest.
Enterprise (Jets A nay.
The S. S. Enterprise returned from
Honolulu Fridny night nnd with unusual
ly quick dispatch loaded the Hilo cargo
including 11 large shipment of bananas '
nnd fruit, departing for San Francisco nt
noon on Saturday. The steamer carried
thirteen cabin passengers and nine Japa
nese steerage. Besides 34,400 sacks of
refined sugar from the Honolulu refinery,
the Enterprise also carried away the 2123
steel rails intended for the ill-fated Ko
hnla & Hilo Railroad, which have been
lying under cover at Waiaken for the
past year. There was much mystery sur
rounding their consignment, the local
agent having received no advices for
whom they were intended. The bill of
lading rends "to order", but the sup.
position is that they will be used to equip
the Santa Cruz coast line of railroad run-
mug into ban l'rancisco. J Here were
6,525 bunches of bananas. 8894 lbs. hides
nnd skins, 28 cases of pineapples, nnd
general merchandise valued nt $2 1,699 54. 1
lirpnrtcil Ily S. S. Enterprise. '
The following passengers departed by
the S. S. Enterprise, Saturday, Oct. 14th:
Mrs. C. McLeiiuou, Miss Margurile Mc
Leuuoii, Robert limes Lillie, Don. S.
Ilowmau, Miss A. Hcrgschicker, Miss M. '
Hcrgschicker, Miss Frances Gousalves,
Miss Hrockenndge, Fred Angus, Allen
W. Judd, L. A. Marks, (1. W. Wilson,
itud Cap'.. Gillespie. I
Kinau Arrhnls, Oct. II, MID.'t.
Miss T. Akinn, Mr. Tauaka, J. M.
Arni. A. McKillop, 11. Manner, Miss R.
Richardson. F. A. St. Oo.ir, M. Wright,
E, Ames, II. S. Ames.
A Saro Cough Medicine For Child
roil. Iu 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 nlwavssureto follow.
It is especially valuable fur colds, group
whooping cough. For sale by Hilo Drug
One book free with every four. Sec
our nd. Wall, Nichols Co.
Miss Evnus, who has been visiting Miss
Shipiuaii returned to'Houoluluoii l'riday.
A. Hichley, accompanied by Hob
Shingle, expects to return from Hono
lulu on Wednesday.
Mr. nnil Mrs. K. T. Guard will spend
n month at C. E. Wright's mountainside
home at 32 miles, Volcano road.
Miss Uuth Richardson, after a pleasant
visit in Honolulu, returned to her home
nt Heed's bay 011 Wednesday last.
A. Htimburg expects to leave on Fri
day to assume the duties of his new
position at the home office of II. Hack
feld & Co., Ltd.
The bark St. Kntheriue, Saunders,
master, cleared l'riday for San Francisco
with a, 143 bags of Hoiiotuu sugar and
Karl T. Homlc of I'aralso Springs, who
has been spending the past fortnight with
his cousin, Ted Guard, returned to his
home yesterday by the Ship Palls of
. . , ' ' ' '
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same oil
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
James Henderson is expected from
Scotland in about a week. J. D. Kennedy
nftcr visiting the Scottish heath returned
by way of New York. The latter is now
at Chicago laying in n large supply of
Mr. nml Mrs. 15. A. Irish of Wiiiohiuu,
Kau, arrived overland Sunday night and
nrc residing nt Mrs. Win. Weights. Mr.
Irish will probably spend a mouth in
Hilo. Mr. Irish is the popular manager
1 of the Kau telephone system.
Fred Angus of Honolulu, was a depart
ing passenger on the S. S. Enterprise
for the coast. It is his fust trip cast and
it is said he will return with a
bride. He was accompanied by Allen
W. Judd, son of the late Chief Justice
Rev. Dr. A. S. llaker of Holualoa,
Koua, proposes to build o new chapel
and residence not fur front the home of
KN. F. Scott nt that place. The land is
being provided by the Hawaiian Hoard
which is also advancing n large part of
the money for the new church.
It is reported that United Stales Attor
ney Hreckous has received instructions
from the Department of Justice at Wash
ington, D. C, directing him to bring
legal proceedings against the alleged
beef trust in Hawaii, said to be prevent
ing competition and forcing up the price
The latest Huttcrick fashions always nt
hand, Hutterick cook books, embroidery
room adjoining the present quarters. All
liquors me kept at the required temper
ature by pipes run from the refrigerating
plant in connection with the establish
ment nnd nil of the wnuts arc looked
after in a substantial and satisfactory
J. L. Kaulukou, the local attorney, has
received word that his sou Abraham G.
Kaulukou successfully passed passed the
bar examination nt Honolulu and has
been admitted to practice in all the Courts
of the Territory
The young man was u
graduate from Yale in June
1 lukou's eldest sou, Lot Kalaiii Koulakou,
1 is n celebrated tenor opera singer, nt
present in New York city, whose stage
name is "Signor Sebastino."
Surveyor Wright of the Government
Survey Office is nt present in Knn, pint
ting the Homestead Settlement Associa
tion for Dr. L. S. Thompson, nnd others
in that district. The laud in qtiesiou
comprises about n thousand ncres of laud
now under cultivation by the Hutchin
son Plantation. There are twentv nppli
' cants, each of whom will be nlloted fifty
ncres by Land Commissioner Pratt.
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Kinau Departures, Oct. nth.
Miss Louisa Daschnlsky, E- C. Drown,
P. Peck, Will. Hay. A. McKillay. Tlieo.
Wolf, J. Genelly, Miss Evans, A. LorcuU,
E. H. Cant, E. Ames, II. J. Ames.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
TO IM.ANT TREKS.
Arbor Day to bo Observed In the
Ily official proclamation, nppcnrlng
elsewhere, Friday, November 3rd, has
been designated n local holiday by Gov
ernor Carter, nnd it is the desire of the
Commissioner of Public Instruction that
the new holiday be generally observed
throughout the Territory. Superinten
dent Davis has presented a tentative pro
gram to the principal of each school for
exercises in the various public schools.
His plan nnd its suggestions follow:
The purpose and history of Arbor
Day in the United States Principal
Song (About trees) Class
Recitation (About trees) Class
How trec9 should be planted and
Cnted for Principal
Tree planting Class
Song (About trees) Class
Recitation (About trees) Class
Tree planting Class
This program is only suggestive
schools having limited supply of water
should plant accordingly. Schools hav
ing 110 fenced space should plant ill boxes
that may be put in doors over night.
All schools desiring trees may secure
the kinds suitable to their different loca
lities from the government nursery by
addressing Mr. David M. Haughs.
Freight and carriage on such trees will
be paid by the Department.
CHIN KSH L A UN 1) K V.tt EN.
Onliu County Enacts Ordinance
Against Unsanitary .Methods.
The following is the text of nu ordi
nniice passed 011 October3rd by the Super
visors of the County of Oahu:
It shall be unlawful for any person or
persons, ironing or performing nuy net,
in the laiidryiug of clothing of another,
or in the latiudryiug of clothing for hire,
within the County of Oahu, to spray nny
article so laundered with liquid sprayed
or projected from the mouth of said per
son or persons, or to direct or permit any
person iu his employ to so spray such
Section 2. Any person violating nny
of the the provisions of this ordinance
shall be guilty of n misdemeanor, and up
on conviction shall be fined no less tlinn
Five Dollars, uor more than Twenty-five
Dollars and iu case such fine is not satis
fied by immediate payment thereof the
person so fined shall he committed to
prison for the nonpayment of the same
nnd the time of such imprisonment shall
be deemed to discharge the same at the
rate of One Dollar per day.
HAWXHUKST IX MANILA.
Selected To Inspect Proposed Hull
The Manila Bulletin, under the date of
Sept. 5, 1905, gives the following account
of a former Hilo townsman:
"Robert Hawxhurst Jr, an engineer of
wide experience in railroad location, con
struction and maintenance has been select
ed to present the Harrltuau interests for
a thorough examination of the proposed
route to be traversed by the railway sys
tern under consideration throughout the
'Mr. Hawxhurst will sail for Hollo to
day. He will make an exhaustive re
search into the existing engineering diffi
culties which may be expected to be en
countered iu building the railway Hues
through the southern territory, nnd will
spend the grentcr portion of n mouth or
six weeks in this field.
'Messrs Wallace nnd Holnblrd nlso
closely allied with the Harriuiau syndi
cate, left for liati'iigas yesterday for a
close inspection of the proposed Hues
through northern Luzon."
At the last meeting of the Commission
ers of Public Instruction iu Honolulu the
resolution 011 the matter of salaries was
slightly amended, on a motion of Com
missioner Fnrriugtou, to rend that sal-
juries shall not be raised until a proporti
1 nate increase can be made. This leaves
the Uoard open to grant nn increase all
along the Hue should there be any sur
plus nt the end of the bicniiiul period.
A petition from residents of Puako
naked that Mrs. D. F. C. Wugner, the
teacher there, be removed besause of in
competence. Superintendent Davis states
I that Mrs. Wagner is merely holding n
teumnrarv ntmoitittiieiil. Tln nrtiilnn
! was referred to Mrs. 15. W. Hay, School
j The application through Mr. Rich-
Unond of Miss Potter, nssistnnt nt
Hilo High School, for nu increase of sal
jury win not granted.
I That the resignation of Mrs. Swain,
011 account of havimg to live on 11 home
' stead, be accepted.
1 That Miss Josephine II. Itarnard be up
j pointed assistant at Latipahoehoc vice
1 Mrs. L. Swain, at a salary of $35,
I Curler Not Candidate.
Iu a private letter to a friend iu
Secretary A. L.C. Atkinson has written
that neither Ooveruor Carter nor himself
are out for the office of Delegnteship.
The report had been circulated in IIouo-
lulu Hint Cnrter was organizing his forces
to succeed Delegate Kuhio. There is
also a suggestion from reliable sources
that A. CI. M. Robertson may be a possi
bllity iu the event of Cupid not desiring
to return to Congress.
I'UIIUO WORKS ON HAWAII
l'ulillr Improvements .Made on the
Superintendent of Public Works, C. S.
Hollowny, hns just Ivnied his annual re
port to the Governor of the work done iu
Deflates "Thcrr was n balance unex
pended on June jo, 1905, nmntiutiug to
634.529-72- Of this sum $698,583 72 Is
reserved for uncompleted contracts, leav
ing 3j946-oo. This balance is now
mailable for new work authorized by
the Legislature for the biennial period
ending June 30, 1907, nml includes the
premium secured from the sale of the
bouds of $1,626,00."
Following nrc extracts from the report
referring to Hawaii:
A Urge number of new roads have
been constructed during the past year,
the most important improvements being
tfic relocations of certain portions of the
main belt roads on the various islands.
Ill the districts of Ham-tkua and North
Hilo, the construction of roads on light
grades has been found very difficult ow
ing the great number of gulches between
Hotiokan and Hilo.
Grades in gulches have been reduced
to a maximum of about six per cent.
Mr. Hollowny recommends nmpMe drain
age nnd rock top dressing iu wet districts
and also suggests the use of oil to pre
vent the washing of roads.
William Vnuatta, Superintendent Hilo
Water Works, reports considerable im
provements, with revenue of $6825 04
and expenditures of $1,207.02.
John Fitzgerald, harbor master, Hilo,
reports the arrival and departure of 50
vessels all told at that port, and net re
ceipts of 1,400.75.
The balance of the roid tax fund of the
Island of Hawaii on July 30, 19J5, mil
oiinlcd to $4,718,84 n statement of which
appears ns follows:
On hand July 1, 1904 $18,506.49
Credited during year 29.337.co
Disbursed by drafts 43,124.65
Halnncc, July 30, 1902 $ 4,718.84
The balances to the credit of each of
the islnnds on July 30, 1905, are: Oahu,
$8,II9-5S; Knunl nnd Niihau, $7,053,61;
Hawaii, $4,718.84; Maui. Molokai nml
Lanal, $1 904.35. Totnl $21,796.35.
Referring to the nppolntmciit of n su
pervising engineer for each island, Mr.
Hollowny says: "It is impracticable to nl
tctnptthe personal direction of such 11
large amount of work 011 the other islands
without such nsslstnuce, ns it would
necessitate the almost constant absence
front Honolulu of the nssistnnt .Superin
tendent or myself."
NO VIOLENCE UUCUIIHEI).
Anna Kekoa, Leper Suspect, Writes
Denying False Reports.
A letter received from a personal friend
of Anna Kekoa, now nt the detention
enmp nt Knlihl, Honolulu, completely
contradicts the charges of alleged cruelty
nml harsh treatment received by her nt
the hands of the Hoard of Health author
ities. Her letter, which is iu Hawaiian,
is translated iu part, as follows:
Honolulu, Oct. 9, 1905.
Dear Friend; I have not had nn op
portunity to write to you before. lam
in good health ami have 110 pilikias. I
have everything I want from my sister
Lucy and Paul. , I am being treated well
here. We arrived iu Honolulu Friday
afternoon nbout one o'clock. The trip
wns fine. I wns not sick but some of the
other passengers were.
My sister Mary writes me about n re
port that I was pulled nbout nnd
badly used. I do not know unything
about that. I wonder why people should
spread reports about things that never
occurred. I do not know where they
saw tne treated that way.
About seven new persons came iu last
Sunday from Kohala, two women and
five men. There are about thirty 111 the
detention camp at Kalihi. The inmates
seem to be having a good lime plenty
of singing, hulas and music. Three of
uiy family have bteu to see .me my
j mother and two brothers. There is no
Pine blood Jersey cow, for sale or
lrn'k'' with ca,fl
J. G. SERRAO.
I Thanksgiving Day i
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
001.03 SJSJ, JL50:3.
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULl AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS; h
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Vessels whose names nppenr OVER the date ARRIVE from the Const.
Vessels whose names appear HELOW the date DEPART for the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (1) To Colonies; (t) To
Victorin; 11. C; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday nt to:oo n. m.
S. S. Mnunn Lon'smnil closes in Hilo on S.Uutdays runt Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 2:15 ). m., arriving iu Honolulu at daylight three dns later.
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This is what I should do with that wall space that I have How well it
would look to have it fitted ill with a nice set of GLOIIE-WERMCKE
bookcases, and it would certainly keep my books in b tter shape I think
I will take ten minutes and go nnd see them nt
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