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THK WlJEIttV 1117,0 TlUnUtflt, .111.0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCKMnKR 5, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
hksikhs a ruiii.iu mixtinu.
Thco. Wolff, n prevailing
lips & Co., Is in llilo.
Christmas Cards Calenders nml Din
ties Wall Nichols Co.
G. W. Wnlker, representing the ittsur
mice department of HUlmp & Co., is 11
l'or Christinas cheer, Scrrno Liquor Co.
Ild. offer something to gladrit the soul
of man. See adv.
There will be n meeting of the Young
Men's Republican Club this evening at
7:30 o'clock at l'ireiuan's Hall.
LOUISIANA KICK I.. Turner Co.,
Mrs. C. W. Hill and daughter Mar
garet and Miss Kdilh Wall have ictiiru
cd from n visit to Mrs. I), l'orbes at Kit
kuihaclc. A clearance sale of l.ihheys' Tinned
Soups, guaranteed putily, is now on at
Thco. II. Davies Jfc Co. Sec adv.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Morehead have
moved into the cottage on ritnian street
formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. T. A.
Sewing machines rented by the week
or month of K. II. Moses. King 17S and
have one of the latest Singers delivered
, Luther P. Aungst, manager of the Konn
and Kan Telephone Co. drove over from
Holuuloa yesterday, making the journey
in two days.
Wall Nichols Co. are selling Sun Type
writers like hot cakes.
Krnest Parker, bookkeeper nt the
Ilumuula Sheep Station, came down to
llilo last Wednesday and is the guest of
Mrs. Jules Richardson at Reeds Hay.
Dr. Archer Irwin and J. 15. Metcalfe
returned last Tuesday night from a two
weeks' hunting tripoiiMnunn Ken. They
report large quantities of plover and
The Schooner Concord has been libeled
and attached by Marshal Hendry for
damages by a Japanese in Honolulu whose
Bitnpun was capsized by collision with
Iuterest is being renewed in the Hilo
Chess Club, which meets every Friday
evening in the offices of L. A. Andrews.
It is proposed shortly to hold another
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.
The Victor Talking Machines and re
cords which are being sold by IJ. II.
Moses are the latest scientific method of
reproducing the voices of famous singers,
Stop in and hear one of the late machines.
The magnificent crayon portrait of
Valuer David II. Lyman at the Hilo
Hoarding School is the work of Mrs.
David C. Lindsay of 1'aia, Maui, and is
an enlargement from a small photograph.
The local office of the Itonrd of Health
has been removed to office on Uridge
street, opposite the County Offices.
Sanitary Officer I). S. Ilowmau in charge
can be seen or reached by telephone
here. Telephone No. 16.
Mrs. W. J. Stone will take charge of
the millinery department nt the store of
L. Turner Co., Ltd., for the next two
months nnd during the Xmas holidays.
LOUISIANA KICK L. Turner Co.,
Allen S. Wall is visiting friends in
The quarterly meeting of the Hilo
Teachers' Union will be I'riday morning
at 9 o'clock.
lleatitiful vases, baskets, pictures, pre
sentation books, Christmas goods. Wall
Rev. C. W. Hill will hold devotional
services nt Hnkalau next Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock.
There arc two ways of looking at things.
Sanford, the optician, tells how to sec
right. Sec adv.
John Tosh, the dairyman of Piihonua,
has announced his intention of removing
with his family to Honolulu early in
Ilase ball, tennis, golf goods, wood nnd
iron dumb bells, boxing gloves. Wall,
Mrs. W. II. I'inckc nnd children of
Olaa, have taken the Schocn residence
on School street for a few weeks.
Purity in candy making is an essential
that is not overlooked by the Hilo Candy
Co. See adv.
Mrs. Richard Nelson, formerly Miss
Kllen Todd, after spending the past week
with her parents in Hilo, will return to
Honolulu on Friday.
II. F. Schocn leaves Friday for n busi
ness trip cast. He will be gone two
mouths and return with Mrs. Schocn who
is visiting relatives in New York state.
Hawaiian and Hilo souvenir postal
cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
The engagement of Fred Angus, of Ho
nolulu, who recently passed through Hilo
on his way to the coast, has been an
nounced to Miss Bird Howe of Sacrc
mento. The postponed monthly union meet
ing will be held next Sunday evening at
the Haiti Church. An interesting pro
gram has been arranged by Miss Liliuoc
Hapai, who is in charge.
The engagement of Miss Carrie Millcri
daughter of Capt. Fred C. Miller, former
ly of the S. S. Knterprise, to Mr. J. W.
IS. Laker, Chief engineer of the cable
ship Restorer, is announced in Honolulu.
Supt. W. II. Babbitt of the Department
of Public Instruction desires to meet the
public nnd nil persons interested in the
location of the High School at n public
meeting at Fireman's Hall Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Bargains on 6, 1 a and 18 drawer filing
cabinets. Wall, Nichols Co.
When mail steamers arc in port at Ho
nolulu, the Hawaiian Promotion Com
tuittec station a boy at the Honolulu post
office with n rubber stamp to stamp if
desired on all outgoing letters, the maxi
mum and minimum temperature for Ho
nolulu for the preceding day.
T. A. Hagencamp has tcccivcd news
from San Francisco, Cnl., that his father,
who is well advanced in years, has suffer
ed a stroke of paralysis. He has been
summoned to his father's bedside and in
company with Mrs. Hagencamp will
leave next Friday for the coast.
Notick Neither the Matters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16,1901 14-
Mipcrlulpuilml llnhhitt Wants mi
Impression or l'u Idle, Opinion.
The question of the Hilo High School
site is to be reopened under instruc
tions from Governor Cnrtcr, and
Superintendent of Public Instruction
W. II. Babbitt will come to Hilo next
Wednesday to look over the ground, nnd
if possible, will determine definitely up
on n stumble site for the new edifice.
The Hilo Board of Trade have cnlled a
public meeting nt Fireman's Hall next
Thursday at 7:30 o'clock p. 111.
Former Superintendent Davis before
his retirement, had decided on the River
side School lot for the high school, the
plan being to move back the present
building and the construction of the
brick high school building facing on
Walanucuuc street. This would ncccssl
sate considerable filling in nt the rear of
the Riverside lot, and from the informa
tion received, Governor Carter is in doubt
as to the advlsibllity of having two
schools so close to the Hilo Hospital,
which is adjoining.
In a published interview in Honolulu,
the Governor is quoted as follows:
"I have advised Mr. Babbitt to go up
to Hilo nnd look into the entire matter
of the High School site," said the Gover
'The contrnct of the building is not
let yet, nnd before nnvthlin further
Is done I want Mr. Babbitt to be thor
oughly satisfied with everything
The former ndmiuistrntiou of that
department was satisfied with the se
lection of site which was made. Ac
cording to the plan an old school bilding
or the premises is to be removed to the
back of the lot. This will place it direct
ly in front of the hoipital, where the
noise of the children will disturb Ihe
"Mr. Babbitt may find it possible to
make an exchange with the Masons in
accordance with n former proposition.
The Government has a great deal of laud
in Hilo and it should not be impossible
to obtain n site that will be satisfactory
both to the educational department and
the people of Hilo.
"If the Masonic lot exchange be made,
the Masons will be enabled to build in
the business section. They would prob
ably erect a $30,000 building with stores
on the ground iloor.
"Mr. Babbitt will now investigate the
matter on the spot and. occording to my
advice, call a public meeting of the citi
zens and go over the entire subject with
them. This is surely better than simply
to accept the decision of the former ad
ministration of the department and let
things take their swing. Suppose, in
the event, Mr. Babbitt visited Hilo af
ter the building was completed and found
that a great mistake had been committed.
It would not be pleasant for him to hac
to confess that, if he had only known the
conditions beforehand, he never would
have given his consent to the erection
of the building upon that site."
W Hn I 1 ' I
If j A XMAS BOX i
H& J No more appropriate gift
S; a for the Christmas holi- a
Bft J days could be imagined i
Hra J than a selected box of i
H a fine table wines and a
Hj whiskeys. a
H1 4 ASSORTMENT f
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Kljl i 1 Bot. Scotch Whiskey a
Hi i 1 Hot. -Irish Whiskey i
HI i 1 Bot. Rve Whiskey i
H 1 1 Bot. Double Berried i
HA i 1 Bot. Brandy Natoma J!
H a 10 years out a gMM
H I 1 Bot. Bitter Angostura i wJ!fe
For $8.00 ) flll
H mj- 2. f r jjSl
Hrc) i 1 Bot. European Port i IpJS&vii
H' 4 1 Bot. European Sherry i I, (JK2W9
RT J l Rot- Champagne Pi. A RftSfli
H ' i 1 Bot. Riesling il fiStri
I . ) 1 doz. Buffet Beer Qt. it ISSf
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If J HoffschlaegerGo.,Ltd. , POWDER
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IQa A WllUIVill .. " IIIIU M - -
m J T1H.KI.II0NK 23. ) HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
I'lcnsliig Muslcnl .Scrvkn.
The congregation and 11 large number
of others were given a rare musical treat
Sunday night at the First Foreign Church
when an elaborate praise service was rend
ered under the direction of Mis. J. T.
Lewis, Miss Liliuoc Hapai in a pleasing
manner gave n solo iroui iwcticissouirs
Klljah, "But the Lord is Mindful of His
Own." The cello solo by Mr. Carl S.
Smith, with violin obllgalo by Mrs. R.
T. Moses nnd organ accompaniment by
Mrs. Lewis was an nrtistic number.
The chorus of women's voices in the
singing of "By the Waters of Babylon"
and "Sing vc to the Lord" caused a
murmur of approval to run through the
audience. The latter selection, which is
an original production by Mrs. Lewis
was nil example of close harmony and
perfectly sung by the chorus. Mrs.
Louise Hapai snug the solo part with
good effect. Miss Kuulcl Hapai surprised
her friends by hrr singing of "O, Divine
Redeemer." A Cantata sung by the full
chorus was another well rendered num
ber, in which the augmented choir gave
the proper volume of strength.
The closing number was Martin Lu
ther's famous hymn "Kin Fcste Burg",
in which the full choir and the Hilo
Boarding School boys joined. Rev. C.
K. Shields delivered a brief historical
sketch of the song, and ns n postlude,
Mrs. Lewis rendered in xquisile manner
n selection from Tanuhauscr. These
musical services under the direction of
Mrs. Lewis nrc annual features of the
First Foreign Church and arc always
a source of great pleasure to these priv-
Hedged to hear them.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Dec. 10, 1905, 11 a. m. "Peter
followed him afar off," Matt. 36:58.
Looked nt Kou Forest.
, At the request of Henry Waterhotisc
Trust Co., Ltd., of Honolulu, a committee
of experts went to the koa forests back of
the Volcano House to look into the situ
ation and the question of transportation
of the lumber to the wharf. Those in the
party were C. K. Wright, K. II. Cant, J.
Moyer, A. Uichley and II. Vicars, who
upon their return made an exhaustive
report of the subject to Honolulu, It is
understood the question of building the
saw mill in the forest and the transporta
tion of the lumber to the railroad or the
feasability of shipping the wood in large
timbers was fully considered and reported
upon. This information is sought by the
Waterhouse Trust Company on behalf of
the Hawaiian Mahogony-Koa Lumber
Co., who propose to develop and ship
koa lumber from Hilo.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
I will offer for sale, the residence of Mr.
Keith F. Mnckic, situated nt Kniuchc,
opposite Cocoanut Island (has porcelain
bath nnd set bowl) pleasantly situated on
waters edge nnd fine for sea bathing.
Good stable nccomuiodatious and chicken
Also for sale horse and rubber tired
buggy, sold together or separately. In
6-4t A. S. LitBARON GURNHY.
Wauth 9 Wit yT
AUCTION SALIC OF AWA LICF.NCF.S.
In accordance with the requisitions of
Section 1335 Chapter 102, of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, in re the sale of Awa
Licenses, and as further provided by
Act 33. Session Laws 1905, One Awa
License for each District of the Several
Islands will be sold ot Public Auction
between the first and seventh day of De
cember 1905, ench license to be for the
term of six mouths, from the first day of
January, 1906. The upset price to be as
For the District of Honolulu 500.00
For the District of Hilo, 250.00
For the District of Wailnku, 250.00
For the District of Lahniua 125.00
For each other District 50.00
Licenses for the Honolulu, Kwa and
Waiauae, Wnialua, Kool.iuloa nnd Koo-
laupoko on the Island of Oahu will be
sold at the front entrance of the Capitol,
at Honolulu, on Thursday, the seventh
dny of December, 1905, at 12 o'clock.
Licences for the Islands of Maui, Ha
waii and Kauai will be sold in the res
pective Districts of those Islands, upon
such day and date within the limit of the
time fixed by law, as shall be designated
by the several Sheriffs or their deputies.
Serrao's Hall was overflowing Friday
evening with members and friends of
the Club Social Lusitano. The occasion
was n social and dance in commemoration
of the 365U1 anniversary of the Restora
tion of the Independence of Portugal.
The County Band was present and in
fine style played the national anthem in
the chorus of which the assembled guests
joined by singing the words of the Portu
guese hymn. Rev. Silvn delivered a
brief address in Portuguese which was
translated into F.nglish by G. F. Affonso.
Carvalho's orchestra dmiUlieil tin. mucin
and dancing occupied the remainder of , uc notice of the date and place of fale
the evening. During the intermission ! wU1 bKivc b' P0!"trs in eacU of tlle
refreshments were served. saiJ Iric18-
A cash deposit 01 tweniy-iivc per cent
of the amount of the successful bid will
be required on the fall of the hammer,
said deposit to be forfeited to the Govern
ment if the full amount of the bid is not
paid within five days of the day of the
J. A. CAMPBP.LL,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, T. H.
i November 25th, 1905. 6-2t
.Mil riled In Kona.
John Maguire and Miss IJllzu Low
were quietly married on Thursday, No
vember 23rd, at Mr. Maguire's sumptuous
home at Huehuc. Only the relatives
and intimate friends of the bride and
groom were present. Auditor Chas. K.
Maguire and wife of Hilo attended the
We beg to announce that our Xtnas Roods from Japan
arrived per steamer Doric, consisting 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
H. HACKFELD & CO.
LI M ITU I)
JUST PURE CANDY
Physicians will tell you that much of the candy sold is so greatly adulter
ated as to be injurious to children. Purity, then, should have first consider
ation. Ours carries with it our guarantee of nbsolulc puritv.
We offer you 1111 assortment comprising:
Plain and Chocolate
Fruit Suowflakes I
Fruits dipped in
Ttilltnrl rr-ni.twi....... '
jwiilu Vilnius, t iwa
You can have n pound box of the best that is made for half a dollar.
A pound of the best that's good for fifteen cents.
THE HILO CANDY CO.
Opposite Volcano Stables.
Arc you in a business where you handle and have clerks that
handle cash? Do you realize that the savings 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.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
large assortment just to hand
from the East.
L TURNER CO. Lti
"It's a sin to nuv poor
noons." Don't be a sinner.
Huy Kcouonitc Shoes. J.ook
perfect: not only that they auij
perfect in style, in fit, in wear.
Gladiator Shoos, $3.50
Royal Shoos. S4.0O
Stotson Shoos, SG.50
Always act right; they can
do no wrong. Do right, and
write the Fcouomie when or
dering the next pair.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
P. S. Insist 011 getting a
ticket with every purchase.
These tickets are valuable.
IS. S. Co.
lllgin Appointed Manager.
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Kohiiln Railway last l'rid.ty night,
the resignation of 15. A. l'r.iscr, as man
ager, was accepted to take eirect l'ebrunry
firtit, and by a unanimous vote Robert It.
lilgiu was selected as his successor. Mr,
Hlgiu at one time was assistant manager
and general passenger agent of the llilo
Railroad, l'or the past two years he has
been bookkeeper at Iluwi Sugar Mill and
Plantation in Kohala. Manager lilgiu
lllKs Mcmoriiil Sii'tli'tK.
The Hlks Memorial services held Sun.
day afternoon at Ulks Mall, was well at
tended by members mid friends of the
Order. Rev. C. W. Hill delivered 11
simple but eloquent address on the teach
ings of Klkdoui and the music was furii
ished by Mrs. J. T. Lewis, .Mrs. l.ouiso
Hapai mid V. II. lleers.
Chiimlii'i'lalii's rain Halm.
mere is no danger iroui dioch! poison
Subscribe for the Hilo Tribune, $2.50 Per Year
will assume his new duties on I'ebruary I resilinK fnim a cut or wound of any kind
ist and thereafter reside at Mahukoua. w,lL11 chamberlain's Pain llalnt is used.
Mr. l-.lgin has capacity, energy and ex- ,. .. .. . , ' '
perience, nnd his many friends in llilo U is "" ""tiseptic dressing and should be
and elsewhere wish him success in his i i every household, l'or sale, by Hilo
new field oflabqr. Drug Co.
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