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THE WttKJttY HIM) TRinUNH, IIILO. HAWAII, TtMSDAY, NOVUM 1JRR a8, 1905.
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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
RICH I. Turner Co.,
AT KAU TKKM.
I'm,.,.... u lirinit made wllli the re-, LOUISIANA
liuililiiiK of Hie Kul.nl.iu Mill. , Agents.
Leave orders uilli Uic Hilo Market ( The Hoard of Supervisors meet next
Coi'nnanv for Thanksgiving turkeys. J Tuesday tuortiiuK
V. 1. Andrews of Hononiu lias been
Inking a two weeks' vacation nl rniinia,
Notice appears elsewhere calling for
seated tenders for supplies to the Hilo
I). Forbes has returned to Kukiiihaelc
from the mooting of the planters in Ho
nolulu. Victor Hnrd rcptosenting HofT
schlacgcr Co., Honolulu, is in Hilo nud
vicinity on business.
V. Ah Kim, the Chinese clerk in the
First Hank of Hilo, Mil. has been ill
for v-'vcrnl dii s I' ,sl-
The Hilo Murkit Company have for
sale a quantity of live turkeys grown on
the slopes of Maunn Kea.
Geo. Muinby was the sole cabin passen
ger on the Enterprise for San Francisco,
where he goes on business.
The only place on the Island of Hawaii
to purchase o sewing machine or supplies
of all kinds is nt IS. II. Moses. All goods
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Kennedy were
returning passengers on the Mongolia
last Wednesday nud nrc expected home
on tomorrow's steamer.
LOUISIANA RICK L. Turner Co.,
The services of Mrs. 11. II. Morehcad
have been engaged by Wall, Nichols &
Co., Ltd. to take charge of the toy de
partment from now until the Xnuis holi
days. A discontinuance of the divorse suit of
Ida R. Urown vs C. II. Drown, has been
fded in Judge Robinson's court, Honolu
lu. A rcconcilntion is said to have been
Bishop & Co., Honolulu, have received
a cablegram from one Kingbom of Fair
banks, Alaska, asking that Daniel Mc
Carty of Fairbanks, if in Honolulu, wire
his sou immediately.
Wut. Thompson and Geo. T. Kluegal,
representing the dry goods and hardware
departments respectively of Theo. II.
Davies & Co. Ltd. have been making a
business tour of Hawaii.
Mr. L. Severance who has been spend
ing the past two weeks with Mrs. Jas,
Gibb at I'aauhau returns to Hilo on
Thursday. Mr. Severance went to IIouo
kaa Saturday and will return with her.
In Opening of
Knu Term of
ifr0 Prize Offered for u School Pro
Whereas the lessons of patriotism and
loyalty for the American nation are vital
to the upbuilding of a strong national
spirit among the children of our public
schools, therefore be it
Resolved, That the Commission of
Public Instruction hereby accepts the I
custody of $50, ofTercd by Senator L. L.
McCandless, to be given us a prize to the
teacher in the public or private schools
of the Territory, who shall present to the
Superintendent of public Instruction on
or before December t, 1905, the best
plan for n patriotic exercise to occupy not
more than ten minutes time, with a view
to its adoption by the Department ns the
regular opening or closing exercise ol
each school day throughout the public
schools of the Territory. The award to
be made before January 1st, 1906, by a
committee consisting of Governor Carter,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Davis, and a representative from each of
the following organizations: Sons of the
American Revolution, Grand Army of the
Republic and the Spanish American War
Resolved, That a copy of this resolu
tion be scut to each of the teachers in the
public or private schools of the Territory
with the request that as many take part
in the competition ns possible.
Outline of Exercises Tor Xcxt Meet
hit; of Teachers' Union.
The Program Committee of the next
quarterly meeting ol the Hilo Teachers'
Union to be held nt the Union School,
Friday, December Sth, have prepared an
iuterestinu urogram of exercises, which '
is as follows:
Roll Call Responded to by examples of
mistakes of pupils in language forms
nud correct expressions of same.
Reading of last meeting's
minutes The Secretary
Tonic Sol Fa (First Step) Miss Aknmu
A Visit to the .Mammoth
Cave Miss l'oineroy
Song Ily Young Ladies
(a) What can be learned by a visit to
the sea shore
(b) Iiy a visit inland
Miss Clara Stone
Letter Writing L. Malterre
Reports 011 last Arbor Day
Work Ily Principals
Song Ily Young Ladies
Advice to teachers in pre
paring pupils for High
School work Mr. Richmond
Calisthenics First nud sec-
oud days orders Miss Mary Forbes
Christmas Cards, Calenders nnd Dia
ries Wall Nichols Co.
Dr. W. II. Schoening spent the week
end nt the Volcano House.
Ilattcubcrg materials of nil kinds nt E.
II. Moses, Hilo. Phone 178.
Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day
Morning services will be held In nil the
Owing to the denth In the Todd fami
ly, the telephone office Is somwhat short
handed. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Watt were were return
ing passengers on the Mongolia last
Judge 15. W. riarnard nud Robert
Horner were Hilo visitors during the
latter part of the week.
Miss Mabel Ilruus, who has !ccu visit,
lug Mrs. Wut. J. Stone, returned last
Friday to her home in Honolulu.
Only machine-made poi hygcnically
prepared will be used at the Hilo hoard
ing School lunu on Thanksgiving Day.
There will be n meeting of the Catho
lic Ladies Aid Society on Saturday after
noon nt 2:30 nt the residence of Mrs. J.
Miss Deruicc K. Dwiglit, who is at the
Volcano House, will return to Honolulu
on Friday to resume her duties in the of
fice of the Supt. of Public Works.
Sofa pillow covers in new designs at
I-. II. Moses.
Importers of live stock can make
arrangements with Dr. W. F. Fgatt, San
Francisco, for the inspection of animals,
he having been appointed Territorial
npent in that city. .
The Hilo Hoarding School concert on
Thnnksgiviitg evening, promises some
thing quite out of the ordinary. The
program will be short and catchy. Tick
ets 50 cents each.
The Ulks Lodge announce a memorial
service at their hall next Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock p. 111., to which mem
bers of the order and their friends arc
earnestly invited to attend.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and plarc the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
N. G. Campion, president of the Hilo
Cotillion Club, desires a denial of the
article regarding the demise of that
organization. It is proposed to continue
the club and within a short time to give
The S. S. Enterprise got away for San
Francisco last Saturday nt 3 p. m., with
one saloon and seven steerage passen
gers, and a cargo of 6869 bunches of
bananas, 30 cases of pineapples and gen
The Club Social Lusitauo have issued
invitations for a social nnd dance to be
givett at Serrao's Hall, Friday evening nt
7:30 p. nt. iu comctnoratiou of the am i
versa ry of the independence of Portugal.
The Post office will be open from 8 to
10 a. 111. Thanksgiving Day. The money
order and registry windows wilt be open
between these hours and 011 Fridry morn
ing from 7:30 to 8:30 a. 111. before the
Former Attorney General Lorrin An
drews who is now practicing law at Shang
hai, China, has resigned his position and
Governor Carter immediately appointed
F.nitl C. Peters, who tins been Deputy
Attorney Geticral for the past three years.
Owing to the nbsence of n juror, Ed
ward Mncnmbcr, Court proceidiugs nt
the Katt term of the Third Circuit Court
were suspended. Judge Mntthcwinnn
issued n 1ench warrant for the lardy
juror, who wns found nt the mountain
house scvcrnl miles distnut. He gave ns
nil excuse illness nud ignorance of the
lime set for convening. The Judge fined
him $25 nud excused him from the panel.
II. It. Rctitou Is foreman of the Grand
Jury. Two Indictments were returned
yestetday morning, one in the Kohala
Japanese murder case nud one against the
Porto Ricau who killed n Chinese In
Knu. Owing ton defect in drawing the
Kohala indictment, the prisoner was re
leased, but subsequently arrested and re
indicted. County Attorney Williams is
piosecuting for the government.
The following are the grand jurors
summoned to appear last Friday, Novem
ber 24th: J. Wight Atkins, John Kaele
tnakillv, Jr., Kilns C. Hotid, George W.
Smith, George Hell, Ernest Laughcim,
Samuel Parker, Jr., Rudolph von S.
Domkovicz: Adam Kcalakui, James Up
church, Philip Kcpillno, Hasit Apiki,
Charles Mciucck;, Jr., Samuel P. Woods,
Henry Reutott, Robert Laing, S. L. Wil-
helm, Amos K, Eldredge, Edward D.
Macotnber, Albert Perkins, G. G. Kin
ney, Edward D. Qultin, Samuel E. Ro
gers. The trial jurors nrc ns follows: Chas.
T. Simcrsou, Hcnjamiti II. Zablan, P. R.
Nielsou, Elmer E. Couatit, Harry Greg
sou, William II. Grccuwcll, Thomas
Martin, Sam Kauhanc, Ross Spencer,
Henry G. Hcrtlemati, Samuel Mahttka
Spencer, George W. Dougall John Hind,
John Wise, G. G. Arnctnauu, 15 Hadcr,
Fred L. Leslie, Joseph Hayes, George
Kimball, G. J. Becker, John D. Paris. Jr.
W. G. Ogg. James Ontal, W. E. Wright,
Willijui Wasstuati, Maximilian Campbell.
A riensuiit Surprise.
A pleasant surprise pirty was tendered
to G. W. Weight last Tuesday evening nt
the home of his pnrcuts. The occnsinn
wns n blrthdny anniversary. Fully
seventy-five guests were present, despite
the inclemency of the wenlher, nud en
joyed cards, chess nnd dancing until n
late hour. The Walakca string orchestra
furnished the music of the evening.
tor. In the Circuit Court ol the Fottrtli Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMMlKS IN PKOHATJt.
In the matter of the Estate of AH WO,
ORDER OF APPOINTMENT.
This cause coining on for hearing upon
the 71I1 day ol November, A. D. 1905,
upon the petition of C. Ahip, praying for
the appointment of said petitioner ns
temporary administrator of the Estate of
the said All Wo, nud it being shown to
the satisfaction of this Court that it is for
the best interests of the said Estate that
tlte prayer of the said petition be granted.
It is therefore ordered that tile said
Ahip be and hereby is appointed tempor
ary administrator of the Estate of Ah
Wo. deceased, with full power to con
tinue the business of Che Hnn Chong, at
Pahoa, Puna, collecting accounts due the
said Estute, preserving the nssets of said
Estnlc, nud buying nnd selling goods In
the rcgulnr course of business for the
maintenance of the said business; this
order to take effect only upon the filing
in tills Court of nil approval bond lit the
sum of Five Hundred Dollars (fsoo 00).
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have here
unto set my hand nud caused to
be affixed the seal of this Court
upon the 7th day of November,
A. D. 1905.
CHARLES F. PARSONS,
JUST PURE CANDY
Physicians will tell you that much of the candy sold is so greatly adulter
ated ns to lie injurious to children. Purity, then, should have first consider
nllou. Ours carries with it our guarantee of absolute' purity.
We offer you nn assortment comprising:
Plain and Chocolate
Fruits dipped iu
You can have n pound box of the best that is made for half a dollar.
A pound of the best llial'a good for fifteen cents.
THE HILO CANDY CO.
Opposite Volcano Stables.
Impeachment of Police.
Word comes from Houokaa of the in
stitution of Impeachment proceedings
against Wm. I. Ricknrd, deputy sheriff
of the Ilnmakua district. A petition
numerously signed, it is claimed, will be
filed with the Board of Supervisors charg
ing deputy sheriff Rickard with mal
feasance in office and maladministration.
Some of the charges arc to the effect that
Rickard was present nt a bar room brawl,
in which the bartender jumped over the
counter nnd slnppcd John Correa in the
face. He refused to arrest the offender,
who happened to be his own cousin. He
is accused of drunkenness, gambling nud
having frequented resorts where liquor is
illicitly sold. It is stated there is a long
line of witnesses to be summoned.
A report comes from North Kotta of
complaints against Policeman J. W. Kc
liikea of Kaihm, who is charged among
other things by Dr. Goodhue, of having
permitted to escape thirty-eight out of
forty lepers entrusted to his custody.
Both cases will probably be investigated
by the County Supervisors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
AT ClIAMIlHKS IN I'KOIIATK.
Iu the matter of the Estate of ALBERT
O. ZIMMERMANN of Olaa, Hawaii,
A document, purporting to be the last
will and testament of Albert O. Zimmer-
maun, deceased, having on the 8th day
of November, A. I). 1905, been presented
to said Probate Court, nud n petition for
the Probate thereof, and for the issuance
of letters testamentary to Mrs. Anna Zim-
mcrmann linving ucen uleil by Airs. Anna
It is hereby ordered, that Tuesday, tile
12th day of December, A. D. 1905 nt 10
o'clock A. M., ol said day, nt the Court
Room of bald Court, at Hilo, in the Coun
ty and Territory of Hawaii, be, and the
same is hereby appointed the time for
proving saiu will oiui Hearing mil appli
cation, when and where any person in
terested may appear and contest the will,
nnd the granting of letters testamentary.
It is lurtlicr ordered, mat notice tucreol
be given by publication, for three suc
cessive weeks, iu the Hilo Tribune, a
newspaper printed and published iu Hilo.
Dated November Sth, 1905,
CHARLES F. PARSONS,
A. S. LV.BARON GURNEV, Clerk.
W.S. WiSK, Attorney for Petitioner. 3 3
Mrs. W. J. Stone will take charge of
the millinery department at the store of
L. Turner Co., Ltd., for the next two
mouths nud during the Xmas holidays
Arc you in a
business where you handle and have clerks that
Do you realize that the savincs from mistakes
during a year if you use a
' NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
will easily pay for the register? We have one style of National
Cash Register that shows you, without the slightest chance of
error, what clerk took in a bad coin or made an error in change.
If you are interested call on or write to
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
ln Sllra ("live Lunu.
'Glcnwood was n scene of festivity on
Sunday. Hen da Silva invited seventy
intimate friends to partake of a sumptu
ous luau iu honor of the first anniversary
of Hen da Silva, junior. The railroad
station vvastrausformed intoa buuquethall
by means of inaile, ferns nud banana
plants and a long table was loaded down
with fragrant roast pig, chicken, poi nud
other Hawaiian delicacies. Music was
furnished by the Glcnwood quintette
club nud liquid refreshments for those
who chose it.
Fully twenty-five guests from Hilo at
tended the luau which continued through
out the entire day.
Pyrographic Outfit B--J2.50
Vor tolng M fit. U ood. UlM, v.
IwAtAm wm U rWtfaw fU Cork HwtU, bfcw TWW-
Box, No. 688
Tti tbovt Pyrofrapfelc Outfit and tUodkerchlit Do I
of nlMf m U-pM UkMnMd cMtafw of fr OmAm mA
appbw UI t mm to rut t44rw fcf ppM !( vm mvift
of memty ordw A l 00.
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27 Grant Avenue San Prtncitco, CaL
In the Circuit Court ol the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
At Cuamiikks In Pkoiiatis
In the matter of the Estate of Ah Wo of
Pahoa, Puna, deceastd. N
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINISTRA
TION. Oil reading and filing the petition of
C. All Hip, n creditor of said deceased,
nlleging that All Woof Pahoa, Puna, died
intestate at Pahoa, Puna, 011 the 4th day
of November, 1905, leaving property in
the Territory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered upon, and praying that let
ters of administration issue to said C. All
It is ordered that Tuesday, the 1 2th
day of December, A.I). 1905, nt 10 o'
clock A. M., be, nnd hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition in tile court
room of this Court at Hilo, Hawaii, at
which time nnd place nil persons con
cerned may appear and show cause, if
nny they liuvc, why said petition should
not be grunted, and that notice of this or
der be published iu the English language
for three successive weeks in the Hilo
Tribune, a newspaper iu Hilo.
Dated at Hilo, Hawaii, Nov. 7th, 1905.
Ily the Court:
A. S. LHHARON GURNEV,
Clerk ol the Fourth Circuit Court.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Cletk.
A large assortment just
from the Hast.
Eftaravamflu w whwii
n uu. till
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
We beg to announce that our Xmas goods from Japan
arrived per steamer Doric, coithistiug of
Bronze and Brass and
Screens and Fancy Wall Placques
They will be on exhibition, together with a new
Swiss Carvings, Etc.
AFTER DECEMBER 1st
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HOLIDAY GOODS 1 fibci
H. HACKFELD & CO.
"It's a sin to uuv i-oor
coons." Don't be a sinner.
Iluy Kconomic Shoes. Look
perfect: not only that they ark
perfect in style, in fit, iu wear.
Clacliator Shoos, $3.50
Royal Shoes, $4.50
Stetson Shoos, $6.50
Always act right; they can
do no wrong. Do right, and
write the Kcongmic when or
dering the next pair.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
V. S. Insist on getting a
ticket with every purchase.
These tickets are valuable.
:. S. Co.
Klniiu Arrivals, Nov. '2'J, ItlD.'i.
J. V. Mason, J. A. Thompson, M. F.
Curran, Dr. 11. D. lion 1, A. Alberg, II.
T. Hayseldeu, -
Subscribe for the Hilo Tribune, $2.00 Per Year
Ktuuu Heparin res, Nov. '21th.
F. S. Dodire, J. 1. Rcro, J. F. C. AheTTl
I. Feck, A. llluuicntal, L. N. Horn
dee. I. C. Colcord, C. D. M. Williams',
M. F. Curran, Dr. E. L. Hutchiuboii,
Lan Tang, Mrs. J. 11, Moraine, and two
children, Mr. anil Mrs. Geo, Lycnrgns,
F. Waldrou, Miss Guild, Misi Mahel
limns, II. E. l'icker, Win. Williamson,
J. T. McCrossan, E. P. Low, Fred Lewis
aud R. W. SUiutjle,
A Word to Trawlers.
The excitement incident to traveling
nud change of food aud water often bring
on diarrohoea, mid for this reason no
one should leave home without u bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nnd
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Hilo
I'lrsl rorcitru UIiiiitIi.
Sabbath, Dt-c. 3, 1905, 11 11. 111. "The
Joy of Thy .Salvation," I'M. 51 ua. 7:30
p. in. Praise Service under the direction
of Mrs. Lewis,
There will be n Thanksgiving service
iu the Foreign Church 011 Thursday,
Nov. 30, at 10:30 o'clock.
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