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TUB WEEKLY 1111,0 TRIBUNE, 1111.0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, N0VEMI1ER 7, 1005.
jc gUo vtbmtc.
TUESDAY, - NOV.
Kntcied at the Fostoffice at Hllo, Ha
w:lt, as second-class matter
rtlllMSIIKD KVHRV TUItStlAY.
J. Casti.15 Ridowav - Editor
I), V. Maksh - Huslncss Manager.
RAINBOW FALLS PARK.
Secretary II. P. Wood, of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, on
the occasion of his visit to Hilo,
was impressed with the natural
beauty of the scenery and environ
ments of Hilo. Among the other
points of interest visited by him
and his wife was Rainbow Falls.
He immediately recognized the take a snare tit the worry anil re
opportunities of making these Isponsibility of public affairs. Ad
bcautiful falls one of the attractive ;vettiser.
features of a visit to Hilo. H looks as though the possibility
He expressed surprise thai no for peaceful reform in Russia was
efforts had been made towards the now passing through a very crucial
improvement of the niinroaeh and
grounds surrounding the falls and
basin. When informed that it was
the purpose of the Park Commis
sioners to convert this property
into a park, Secretary Wood made
a generous donation to the cause.
This is the spirit that is needed
in the beautifying any town and
Mr. Wood comes from a section of
California which believes that one
of the first inducements to prospec
tive settlers and tourists is the
making oi attractive surroundings.
The land surrounding the Rainbow
Palls is under long lease to the
county and steps should be imme
diately taken to picscrve its natural
beauties and grandeur into a park
of which the county and commun
ity might well be proud. A sub
scription fund has already been
started by a number of ladies for
the constructioh of a rustic pavilion
and resting place where visitors to
the falls can view the iridescent
and prismatic colors of the water
fall with ease and comfort. The
Board of Supervisors might now
augment this fund by a substantial
donation for the construction of a
driveway and approach to the
In this manner, will Hilo and
the County of Hawaii be able to
present to futuie visitors in our
midst a system of parks and pleas
ure grounds which will be a delight
to the eye and a resting place for
those wearied from the toil of labor
and the cares of business.
DANGERS OF A DESPOT.
An autocratic government must
needs rule by force, and where a
weak, vasodilating emperor sits up
on a throne, surrounded by a cor
rupt court and a system of bureau
cracy as exists in Russia today,
we may expect to see a long suffer
ing people rise up in revolt against
a reign of misrule and oppression.
The revolutionary spirit has been
gaining throughout the empire and
discontent and lack of confidence
prevades the Russion people. The
war just ended has been waged at
great cost of lives and money and
the majority of the people were
kept in iguorence of the series of
repeated defeats which the Russian
The average Russian subject is a
passive, stolid creature but when
once aroused, neither death nor suf
fering will change his course. The
greatest governing factor of Russia I
in the past has bean unwavering
faith in the Czar and the influence
of the church. When these are
shaken as they now appear to be
and the people awaken to a sense
of the wrongs they have suffered,
the future alone can tell what will
be the result. Never before in all
the history of the house of Roman
offs has such a condition so full of
threat and revolution confronted
the empire as now surrounds Nich
olas II, Czar of all the Russias.
ECHOES OF THE PRESS.
You will notice that the trend of
all financial and industrial deals
shows absolute confidence in the' a. A. Ilrymer, Mr.and Mrs. Nott, M.
future of Hawaii. Progress is not 'm. Springer, Dr. II. II. James and wife,
promoted, towns don't go ahead". 11. Iialdwin, 11. II. Smith, Jas. I).
through the medium of the i I,ol'l'erty, II. Mcllride, Wm. Alexuu-
l...i.. .. t....:.. 11..11 , der, W. G. Walker, Miss M. Weir, Mrs.
knocker. Evening mil etui , ,, .. . ,, ,, .,, .
, , , , J. 11. Gibson, A. McC. Ashley, C. A,
Hy cutting down the loan he will j 0rnhllll MrH Ct , Slllilhi Albcrl Hor.
b cutting out appropriations; by j uer, A. Hnuneberg, T- C. Ihirnlnghnui,
cutting out appropriations he will I N. W. I'letcher.
deprive a large number of people of
employment and they will be forced
to the cane fields. Governor Eoot
ball is tricky all right, even if he
docs get tired now and again. And
all of his schemes have a motion
like a shuttle cock which, on the
back track lines his Excellency's
Mr. W. II. Babbitt is an ideal
selection for Superintendent of
Public Instruction. In the prime
of life, with experience both in
business and teaching and with
high ideals and character, Mr.
Babbitt exactly fits the position to
which the Governor has called him.
Good citizens will be gratified at
the willingness of such a man to
test, and that Dc Witte himself is
passing through an experience that
will either establish his influence
with the Czar permanently or will
destroy it forever. Star.
It is Admiral Beckley's purpose
to make Moohcau Park a thing of
beauty and a joy forever, and every
citizen should co-operate with the
Park Board and the ladies in the
work of beautifying the seaside
PLANTS FOR TIIK IMKK.
Admiral Hockley Urines Valuable
Sim (le Trees for Moohcau Park.
Not to he outdone liy Governor Carter
and teachers in the observance of Arbor
Day In the public schools of the Terri
tory, Admiral George C. Heckley brought
from the liotanical Gardens at Honolulu
a large quantity of trees and plants for
the beautifying of Moohcau Park.
The shipment, which Includes rare
acacia, poiuciaua, silken oak, cypress
and other trees valuable for shade nnd
ornament, came packed in damp earth in
fifteen boxes. The plants were delivered
to the Park Hoard and later turned over
to Miss Nell Pomeroy and Mrs. Win.
McKay, who with other ladies have
volunteered to transplant the trees and
It is a matter of considerable difficulty
to set out with a view to the future
growth of the tree and its relative effect
to other plants and surroundings, a
collection of plants of such variety and
magnitude as Admiral Heckley's consign
ment. Itcsides the 353 trees in the list
below, the Admiral has 120 cocoauut
palms, already sprouted, which he will
turn over to the Park Commissio iters
The collection of plants includes six coral
trees, collected by the late S. T. Alex
ander in South Africa. This is a medium
tree, bearing a brilliant red flower. All
of the trees will be set out and properly
charted, so that future generations may
see and admire them.
The list of plants brought by Admiral
Heckley and turned over to the Park
Hoard are as follows:
6 Koa (Acacia Koa), flower yellow,
2 Acacia (Acacia Nigra), flower yellow;
24 Siris tree (Albizzia lebbek), flower
light purple; large tree.
2 St. Thomas tree (Hauhiuia tomcii
tosa), flower red and yellow; small.
2 Ilougaiuvlllca (Ilougaiuvillea ever
blooming), flower purple.
26 Herrya (Herrya ammouilla), flower
light yellow; medium size tree.
31 Golden Shower (Cassia fistula),
flower yellow; small tree.
6 Pink and White Shower (Cassia
nodosa), flower pink and white; small.
23 Yellow Poiuciana ( Jaeialpiuia sps.),
flower yellow; large tree.
27 Ironuood (Casuariua equisctifolia),
flower red; small.
21 Silk O.ik (Grevillea robusta), flower
yellow; large tree.
28Jacarauda (Jacarauda mimosifulla),
flower lllne, medium tree.
6 Coral tree (Hryihrina tomenlosa),
flower red; medium tree.
2 Milo (Thespesia populuea), flower
yellow; medium tree.
2 Ficus sp. from Fiji (Ficus sp).
6 I'lame tree (Poiuciaua regia), flower
red; medium tree.
24 Monterey Cypress (Cypressus macro
2 Tropical Almond (Tcruiinalia), shade
2 I.oulu I.elo (Pritclmrdia gaudichaudi),
2 Serforthia (Scafnrthia elegaus), me
dium; small palm.
2 Livistouia (Livistouia rotundifoliii),
2 Cycas (Cycas media).
Klnaii Departures, Nov !lrd.
A CIIOIOi: lilllUAUY.
AdvaiitiiKot Afforded liy Hllo
Hilo, November t, 1905.
Editor Hilo Tribune,
Dear Sir: During n visit of
some weeks in Hilo I have been
greatly impressed with the value of
the Library and Reading Room.
It is unusual to find in so small a
community such a Library build
ing and such a well selected collec
tion ot books. The room itself
with its high roof and spacious
quarters is eminently well fitted for
It is a "thought center" of the
best kind. I have been interested
ill helping to place libraries in sc
veral small towns in the state of
New York, but none of them will
at present, compare favorably with
yours in Hilo. Most of them arc
sheltered in inferior rented rooms
and are struggling for existence.
The State Univesity Extension
work however has greatly aided by
sending out its Traveling Libraries
of one hundred volumes each.
To have founded a choice Library
of more than three thousand vol
umes, and to have secured for it a
fine building conveniently located
to be able to give free access to the
best current magazine literature,
and circulation for a moderate fee
to the works of the standard au
thots and the best and latest fiction
is an achievement for the citizens of
Hilo anil vicinity to be proud of.
The Island of Hawaii has many
attractions. Its scenery is unsur
passed in all the world. Here in
this quiet town of Hilo, one finds
a coterie of cultivated men and
women, excellent schools of every
kind, live churches and Sunday
schools, and other privileges.
The believer in "the simple life"
and the "nature lover" may well
be satisfied here. With the con
stant ministry of the mountain and
the sea, he may, if he wills live
very near Nature's God.
I am glad to know that the press
of Hilo is willing to speed the
work of the Library by frequent
notices and encouraging words.
With our philosopher I believe that
in books "there is bread and wealth
and power and education for every
man who has the heart to use his
II. A. T.
Work of the Term to be Postponed
On Friday Judge Parsons issued an or
der directing the summoning of grand
and petit jurors on December 1st and 5th
respectively. The regular term begins
on November 15th, when the court will
formally convene and jury cases will be
postponed for two weeks. It is supposed
that the reason for the postpouemsnt of
the trial of cases is to permit the question
of the citizenship of jurors to be tested
before the Territorial supreme court.
This question as to the right of Circuit
Courts to naturalize United States citi
zens as has been the practice, was raised
before Judge Parsons at the August teiui
at Houokaa. Judge Parsons has with
held his decision 011 the point raised at
that time. It is desired that the question
uiav be decided definitely by the Su
preme Court, and it is probable that a
decision may be given the supreme couit
before the triul of causes at the present
term of court.
The grand jurors, drawn for the Nov
ember term, 1905, are summoned to
appear 011 December 1st, at 10 o'clock a.
m. They are as follows:
A. J. Watt, I'. W. Thrum, Andrew
Chalmers, I,. II. Maynard, 1'. II. Weeks,
Wm. Silver, J. M. Knulii, I. 15. Ilackus.
! W. Grotheer, 15. M. Thompson, W. C
I. Ilauselt, 15. Soper, W. 15
Smith. R. Hind, I). Aukai, L. Rich, A.
15. Griudell, I. K. Kainoku, W. II. John
son, A. Vollberg, II. II. Sissou, C. J.
The trial jurors are directed to appear
on Tuesday, December 51I1, ot 10 o'clock
a. in., as follows:
15. H. Lvmaii, Manuel Santos, V. R.
M. FiUsiiiii'nous, 1'. J. Williams, J. K.
Like, II. S. Overeud, G. H. Vicars. J. W.
Couradt, Manuel Tavares, John Maun,
M. Rockey, Ilcurv Iten, A. Hapten
berger, W. M. Keolanui, C. 15. Olsen.
Jose Mowry, T. II. Ah Lcong, W. K.
Rugsdale, II. Tarpley, W. S. Mansfield,
15. C. Mellor, Maikui, J. II. llarrou, ohu
Vierra, 15. D. Iialdwin, C. W. Ilackaberg.
Nothing To I'enr.
Mothers need have no hesitancy
in giving Chambei Iain's Cough
Remedy to their little ones, ns it
contains nothing injurious. This
remedy is not only perfectly safe to
give to small children, hut is a med
icine of great worth and merit.
Eor Sale by Hilo Drug Co.
In the Circuit Court of Hie Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hnwnii.
At Ciiamuuks In Pkoiiatk.
In the tunttcr of the Kstalc of L. K.
ORDHR TO SHOW CAUSK ON AD
TO SUM, RKAL HSTATIJ.
On reading and mine the petition of-
Charles II. Swain, Administrator of the
Kstale of I,. 15. Swain, deceased, praying
lor an order of sale of certain real estate
belonging to the snld L. II. Swain, said
real estate being described as follows:
All that certain piece or parcel of land !
situated at Woipunalei, District of North I
Hilo, Ishutd and Territory of Hawaii, J
comprising Lot No. 10, Homestead Map,
No. 16, bounded and described ns follows: j
Iteglnnlng at Kast corner of this Lot at
a point on road, being North corner of!
Lot 11, 35 ft. South, 28 ft. West of refer-
ence concrete block at South corner of
1 '' "l 'i'";J ' """,K "3,'"":rV , .
1. N. 62 deg. 00 mill. W. true so feet
2. N. 71 deg. so lulu. W. true 05 feet
along the same.
3. N. .is (leu. 20 mitt. V. true 282 feet
along the same.
4. b. 44 lcg. 30 tniti. W. true 373 feel
along Lot 9.
5. S. 45 deg. 30 mill. 15. true 780 feet
along Lot 14.
6. N. 56 deg. 30 mill. 15. true 406 feet
along Lot 11.
7. N. 41 deg. 50 min. 15. true 185 feet
along the same to initial point and con
taining an area of 8.69 acres.
And setting forth certain legal reasons
why such real estate should be hold, to
wit: insufficient personal property to pay
debts of deceased.
It is hereby ordered that the next of 'specifications furnished, which will be
kin of said L. 15. Swain, and alt persons refunded to the bidder upon the return
interested in the said estate, appear be- ..r.i... ..,.
ore this court on Tuesday the 5th day of ol A'1L,S , ', , . , ...
December, A. 1). 1905, ot ten o'clock a. I I,-acl ''iddcr must enclose in the en
111., nl the court room of this court in 1 velopc with his bid, n certified check for
Hilo, Hawaii, then and there to show i?jVc Hundred Dollars (500.00). Said
Jai.se why an order should not be granted , k lo ,)c a b,e lo Ule SupctiM.
for the sale of such real estate. , ,,.,., ,',, , , . ,
. 1 i. 1 r .1 1 1.1. ., 1 teudent of Pubic Works and to become
And it is further ordered that n notice ' ..,.., ., , , ,
of this order be published once a wee Government Realization in case the bid
for four successive weeks before the saiil ! der fails to enter into contract and furnish
day of hearing in the IIn.o Tiuiiunh, a Kood and sufficient bond, should a con
newspaper published in Hilo, the last 1 . . . nwri,.i 1..,..
publication to be not less than ten days lral ' t , , .' r 1, 1 .1 t.r ,
previous to the time therein appointed The Superintendent of Public Works
for said hearing. reserves the right to reject any or all
Dated at Hilo, Hawaii, October 27II1, ' bids.
CHARLI5S I'. PARSONS.
Judge of the Fourth Circuit Court.
A. S. LUIIARON GURNI5Y,
Clerk of the l'ourth Circuit Court.
I E. N. HOLMES
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
Agonts London Lancashiro Firo Ins. Co.
National Firo Insuranco Co.
Niagara Firo Insuranco Co.
Corman-Amorican Flro Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Firo Insuranco Co.
United States Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
Notice lo Contractor.
Hhls for Vllrllled Scnor Pipe ami
Specials for the Hllo Sewers.
Sealed lenders, for furnishing 1'. O. II.
wharf, Hilo, Hawaii,
.SJ-o nn. it. (. ncii v.tri ne, pipe.
6- ,m- "' 8 inch vllrlficil pipe.
16 pieces 8 Inch by 8 Inch by 6 inch
Y Ilrancbcs vitrified pipe,
355 .,lcccs 6 Illcll ,jy 6 iuch by 6 lllch
,.,. , ,. n- i i
Hmncliw vitrified pipe,
37 pieces 6 inch i Hcnds vitrified
371 pieces 6 inch Covers.
J0 lecM 6 ,,.,, ,, . snllSi
' ., ,'', , , ,
38 cast Iron manhole heads (covers nnd
21 single Hush tank syphons and hoods,
will be opened at the office of the Suncr-
lutcudent of Public Works at 12 o'clock
noon 011 Nov. 27th, 1905.
All tenders must be in the hands of the
Chief Clerk ol the Department of Public
Works before 12 o'clock m. on the day
Specifications nnd blank proposals may
be obtained at the office of the Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works, Hono
lulu, or from G. H. Gere, Hilo, Hawaii.
! No bids will be entertained unless made
upon these blanks, and with the printed
mntter thereon, unaltered in any way
from the original. A deposit of $5.00
will be required, for each set of plans and
C. S. IIOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct. 27, 1905. i-a
Subscribe for the Tridunk
Island subscription $2.50 a yeat.
Curtain Muslins ;
Ladies' Muslin Underwear 5
Ladies' Hox Hats . ;
Men's Underwear 2
Men's Half Hose 2
Collars and Cuffs 5
Scrivcns Drawers nz
Fancy Paper Napkins ;
Royal Society Embroidery Floss 3
Ladies' and Children's Tains --3
Ladies' Stocks and Collarettes
If you have boon very ill, and aro not
recoerlng as fast as you expected,
Aer's Sarsaparill.t will make your blood
puro and will give you strength and
Mm. M. McShane, Hobart, Bonds this let
ter, with hor photograph:
"After recovering from a long attack of
typhoid fever I nuttcred from a poor appe
tile nnd great deprosalon, nnd was so weak
I could hardly walk. Having neon
advertised ns such n good blood purifier
nnd general tonic, I thought I would try it.
I did so, and soon my old strength came
back, my appotito returned, and before I
had finished tho second bottli) I could do
all my work just as well as before."
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
AYEU'8 FILLS, th b..t f.mlly Ll.llT..
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In cflcctjuly 1, 1905.
PasseiiKer Tralus, Kxcept Sunday.
7 I 9 8 10
A.M. I P.M. STATIONS A.M. P.M.
7:00' 2:30 lv Hilo ar 9:40 5:45
7:03! a:35ar....Valalten...ar 9:35 540
7:221 2:53ar...01aa Mill...ar 9:20 5:25
7:3 3M5 or Keaau ar 9:15 5:15
7:461 3:30 ar... l'ermlale ...ar 9:00 4:55
8:00 3:55 ar..Mount. V'w..ar 8:50 4:45
8:20 4:i5ar..Gleuwood...lv 8:30 4:25
I 3 I 24
A.M. p.m.! SUNDAY: A.M. P.M.
8 too J 2:301' Hilo ar 10:48 5:15
8:06 2:36nr....Vaiakca ...nr 10144 5:11
8:25! 2:ss'ar...01aa Mill... ar 10:28 4:56
8:32 3:o2'ar Keaau ar 10:22! 4:50
8:49 3:i9'ar...l?erudale...ar lo:o6 4:35
9:05! 3:35'ar..Mouut. V'w-ar 9:55 4:25
9:25! 3!5s!r... Gleimood...lv 9:35! 4:05
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run ns follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wliarf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kiuau, running
through to Puna and ttoppiug at Pahow
both going and returuiug.
a.m. FRIDAY: a.m.
6:00 dv Hilo ar 9:55
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar q:5o
6:06 'ar....Waiakea,.ar 9:30
6:28 !ar...01an Mill...ar 9:10
6:58 ar..Pahoa Junc.ar 8:42
ar Pahoa ar 8:30
7:20 ar Puna lv 7:35
a.m SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00 lv Hilo ar 4:40
9:06 Jar....Vaialcea..,ar 4:35
9:25 nr...01na Mill...ar 4:15
9:50 ar..Pahoa June 3147
10:20 'nr Pahoa ir 3.35
10:55 nr Puna lv 3:00
Excursion tickets between nil points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returuiug, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, cood for twenty
five rides between any two points, uud
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
I). K. MI'.TZGKR,
"He dragged his eyebrow hushes
down, and made a snowy penthouse
! for his hollow eyes." Tennyson.
I We nil observe these "dracired eve-
brow:." on faces iiiuiiuierab c. A symp
tom of eye defect an indication of glass
need, hvcry symptom has a cause. We
adapt glasses to every defect of vision by
the latest eye-testing appliances, mid pie
scribe them in accordance with the teach
ings of the authorities on the eye.
A. N. SANFORD
HOSTON IIUII.DINO, - HONOLULU
ALL KINDS OP
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PKASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL U, S, A,