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THK WttKKLY 1111,0 TRIBTJNU, HtT.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DHCKMIIKR 12, 1905.
MAY Itl.OCK PLANS.
PAYS IIOTII SKTS.
C. II. llrown is in louti.
Whitman's Cnndies . Turner Co.
Mr. nml Mrs. J. 11. llarron nrc residing
in the J. U. Smith lesiileucc.
Christina Cards Calenders nml Din
ries Willi N'ichols Co.
Geo. Klclinrdsou is down from l'uoo,
the Sliipumii iiioiiiitniti rniicli.
Valenciennes nml Torclion I.nces in
new nml pretty patterns nt It. II. Moses.
C. II. White, of Nnnlehu, litis entered
the practice of hv nt thnt pliice
The nark St. Knthcrine snileil from
San 1'rnncUco for Hito on December 7.
IIcmlnmrlers for nil kinds of l'nticy
Work Materials nml Supplies nt 15. II.
Dr. H. H. Klliott lias been nppointcd
the Territorial livestock inspector ut the
port of Ililo
Base bnll, tennis. golf goods, wood nml
iron tlutnb bells, boxing gloves. Wnll,
15. N. Holmes and U. I. l.UHe mnde n
business trip to Honolulu, returning Inst
The Coal Schooner J. II. I.unsmnnn,
from Newcastle, is discharging alongside
of the railroad dock.
The issue of the Tkuiunk containing
n descriptive nccount of the Ililo Hoard
ing hns been exhausted.
The Cotillion Club refuses to die, nml
will give another dance next l'riday
evening nt Spreckels Hall.
Jas. McNiccol nml family hnve moved
into the cottage in Puuco, formerly oc
cupied by Mrs. N. A. Tracy.
"For wen only," ns well women and
children, L. Turner Co., Ltd., advertise
Christmas specialties. See ndv.
There will be n school concert at 1'apai
kou school house Friday, December 12,
for the benefit of the school library.
Miss Lillinoe Hnpai entertained the
Piano Club Inst Wedncsdny, when n
musical program by the members was
Dr. Milton Rice and small son Robbie
departed for Milwaukee, Wis., on Friday.
Dr. Rice expects to locate permanently
If you realize the difference between
good nnd poor sewing machine oil buy
the best made which will not "gum"
your machine at E. II. Moses.
J. Tosh desires the Tkuiunk to correct
the statement as to his intended depar
ture with his family to Honolulu. He
has no such intention nt present.
E. II. Moses hns on sale for the Holi
days n choice lot of goods from Japan,
tnblcs, shirt waists and
L. S. Aungst, of Holualoa, Koua, i.fter Owing to the gravity of the case, it wns
KSSSlK Sft rSlYoft & first thought advisable to hold a full
Waimen Friday morning. Mrs. Lewis
Kchoeu accompanied him.
Allen S. Wall, who has been connected
with the Hilo Market Co., Ltd., for
nineteen years hns, on nccount of ill
health, tendered his resignation to take
effect January 1st. He will be succeeded
by O. E. English. Mr. Willi returned
yesterdny from n three weeks' vacation
trip to Honolulu and Kona.
The Clnudine which arrived about day
light Sunday morning, brought thirty
two bags of mail and the following 1'uiir
hou students, who will spend the holi
days in Hilo: George Willfong, Stanley
Kennedy, Jack Guard, Sydney Jakins,
Gwemlelin Jakins, Margaret Forrest,
Fanny and Laura Moir.
I A MS BOX i
No more appropriate gift
for the Christmas holi
days could be imagined
than a selected box of
fine table wines and
1 Bot. Scotch Whiskey
1- Bot. Irish Whiskey
1 Bot. Rye Whiskey
1 Bot. Double Berried
Bot. Brandy Natoma
10 years old
Bot. Bitter Angostura
. European rort 4
. European Sherr' i
. Champagne Pt. 4
do.. Buffet Beer
Church St., - Hilo
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
J. C. Senrlc wns a tmsscngcr to Hono
lulu on Friday.
Wall Nichols Co. are selling Sun Type
writers like hot enkes.
Geo. N. Day nnd 15. F. Nichols nrc oc
cupying one of the hotel cotlnges.
The Hoard of Trade holds its December
meeting nt Fireman's Hull tonight.
Medallions nt half price. Wall Nichols
h. M. Whitchousc enmc overland Sun
day to start work on the new Ililo jail.
Miss Ruth Richardson entertained n
house party of young ladies nt n miles
Olna, last Saturday.
Uenutiful vnscs, baskets, pictures, pre
sentation books, Christmas goods. Wall
Deputy Sheriff David K. linker of
South Kona came to Ililo ycsterdiy on
The luuibcrschooner"I,urHiie," Bitten
shell, mnster, cleared Saturday for Grays
Harbor, in ballast.
Mis. Maud IyOvejoy, who has been
visiting Misii Mary Shipmau, returns to
Honolulu or Friday.
Advertisement is made for n pair of
gold spectacles lost 011 the Volcano road
near Ililo last Sunday.
The ship Falls of Clyde left San Fran
cisco November 59th. E. . Von Ams
waldt is n passenger to Hilo.
E. Fuhr and family have moved into
the house formerly occupied by W. T.
McMnuus on Pleasant street.
The Dark Annie Johnson departed for
the Coast Saturday morning. A. H.
Oluey was the sole passenger.
Bargains on 6, 12 nnd 18 drawer filing
cabinets. Wall, Nichols Co.
The Olan School, under the direction
of Miss Ward, gave n literary nnd musi
cal entertainment Saturday night, which
was largely attended.
ItlCKAKI) IMl'KACHMENT TRIAL.
Supervisors Will Investigate Otllclnl
Conduct of Deputy Sheriff.
At the meeting of the Board of Super
visors on last Friday morning, it was
unanimously agreed that the investiga
tion of the charges of misconduct on the
part of Deputy Sheriff Win. J. Rickard ol
Honokaa shall be left with the Police
Committee, which consists of Supervisors
Fernandez, Makuaknne and Kalalwaa.
The question of holding the impeach
incut proceedings in Ililo before the full
Board was discussed, but owing to the
great expense which would ensue from
bringing n large number of witnesses
from Honokaa, this plan was abandoned.
County Attorney Williams, to whom the
matter had bceu referred, gnve a written
opinion that such meetings would be
I illegal. His opinion m part is as follows:
"Section 16 of the County Act provides
1 'The Board of Supervisors shall maintain
I their office at the County Seat. While the
County Act does not expressly prohibit
I meeting at places outside of the County
1 scat, still I believe it was the intention of
I the legislature to have all meetings of the
I Board of Supervisors at the County seat,
for to maintain their office at the County
seat implies that the business transactions
be done nt the office of the Board of
I Supervisors at the County sent. Impeach
ment proceedings being public business
' of n most grave nnd important nature, the
Board of Supervisors sitting in a judicial
capacity, the validity of the time and
place of meeting should not be questioned.
I am therefore of the opinion thnt the
Board of Supervisors should not hold im
peachment proceedings elsewhere than
nt their office nt the County scat.
I "Yours respectfully,
(Signed) CHARLES WILLIAMS,
) County Attorney."
I So the above was devised. It is ex
pected that the members composing the
Police Committee will meet at Honokaa
this morning at 10 o'clock nnd begin
their deliberations. They nrc authorized
I to subpoena witnesses, take tcstimouey
1 under oath nml will report their findings
' nt the next meeting of the Board, possibly
I on December 15th. It is understood there
ill be a large number of witnesses for
nnd against Deputy Sheriff Ricksrd, who
! at present is in Hilo attending the term
! of court.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Ah Acllng (lovernor Atkinson Airrecs
to Reserve Land for Federal Site.
It now develops that the desire of the
Masonic Hnll Association to secure 11
portion of Block C, nt the comer of
Wninuucnuennd Bridge streets for build
ing purposes by exchange with the
government for their lot above School
street, may lie Imposiblc or, if done by '
Governor Carter, only by stultifvinir the I
nctiou of the Acting Governor during
the former's absence.
When Cnrter wns nt Ojstcr Bay on that
mcmornblc visit to the President to re
sign the responsibilities of his office,
Acting Governor Atkinson on behalf of
the Territory, in response to nn official
request from the Secretary of the Trea
sury, pledged the Territory to reserve
the whole of Block C in ililo for the
purpose of the proposed federal building.
The following is the letter read by J.
A. Scott at the mass meeting last Thurs
day night when the matter was under
Treasury Dept., Office of Secretary,
Washington, October 17, 1905.
Mr. John A. Scott.
Waiuaku, Hilo, Hawaii.
Sir: This Department is in receipt of
your communication of the 38th ultimo,
in which you invite attention to block
"C" in the city of Hilo, belonging to the
Territory of Hawaii, nnd which you sug
gest should be reserved for the purpose
of the Fedcrnl building site.
In reply you nrc advised that under
dntc of July 6, 1905, this Department ad
dressed n communication to the Governor
of Hawaii suggesting, if the matter met
with his approval, thnt in renewing the
lenses which were shortly to expire or in
again leasing the property covered
thereby, that provision be made in such
lenses for their termination upon such
reasonable notice ns might be deemed
expedient should the property be re
quired ill the meantime for the purpose
of the Federal government.
Under date of August 30, 1905, the
Acting Governor indicated in n com
munication addressed to this Department
thnt the suggestion above referred to met
with his approval.
II. A. TAYLOR,
It is argued that Atkinson's acts, while
acting ns Governor, do not bind the Ter
ritory or the Governor, nnd the latter
cau repudiate anything done by the form
er in his name. On the other hand, if
Carter cannot with propriety go back on
the official promise of his proxy in office,
the Masonic Hall Association will be
deprived of n very desirable building site.
It is alleged that the Association is
prepared to build without delay ami
agree to put up a Masonic building cost
ing 30,000. If they cannot obtain any
portion of Block C, they will secure nn
other site in exchange for their lot,
which is desired for school purposes.
The present site of the Hilo Free Li
brary has been suggested. This lot has
been dedicated to library purposs by net
of legislature in 1896, but it is stated that
this will not preclude the erection by the
Masonic Hall Association, of a temple
on these premises, giving to the Library
ample quarters on the ground floor under
a perpetual lease. Mr. Scott offers an
other alternative, offering the Masonic
Hall Association 4,000 iu cash for their
lot to be used for school purposes, which'
he will turn over to the Department of
Public Instruction iu part exchange for
11 leasehold held by him nt Reed's Bay.
With this amount of available cash, it is
believed the Masonic Hall Association
cau acquire suitable laud for the erection
of a Masonic Hall iu the business dis
trict. Superintendent Babbitt took with him
options on the private property opposite
Riverside School, desired for school
purposes which he will lay before the
Governor. When his attention was call
ed to the alleged agreement by Acting
Governor Atkinson to reserve the whole
of Block C for federal purposes, lie ex
pressed his entire iguorcuce ot the fact.
Itnlihltt Meets the Teachers.
Owing to the lack oi space, we are un
able to give 11 full nccount of the quarterly
meeting of the Hilo Teachers Union,
held at the Union School last Friday
morning. Superintendent of Public In
struction Babbitt met the teachers and
gave them a bliort address.
Whitman's Candies h. Turner Co.
Lockiugtou, the furniture man, has
many articles useful, as well as orna
mental about the house, suitable for
Xmas presents. See adv.
The pupils of Honuapo School gave a
Thanksgiving limit on that day, nearly
! all of the dishes of which were prepared
j by the scholars under the direction of
I the teachers. Later, the school adjourned
'to the beach wlieie a dip iu the ocean I
I was enjoyed. I
Notich Neither the Masters nor'
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for any debts con-
.traded by the crew. R. t. GUARD, I
' Agent. 1
Ililo, April 16,1901 t4- I
, If you wish your coffee to bring the
j highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify nml place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
One set Warner's World's Ilest Litera
ture, 45 vols.
One set Mnkets of History, 32 vols.
One set Modem IUoquence, 10 vols.
One set Dickens' Complete Works, 35
Almost new nnd iu excellent condition.
Will be sold ut n bargain. Address
6-tf XL, Tkuiunk Office.
Supervisors Determine to Vnv '
lloitlilo I'ny Holts for r'our Mouths.
The taxpayers will have to pay both
sets 01 police according to tile opinion 01
the Board of Supervisors. The report of
the Police Committee recommended the
payment of both sets of police officers
throughout the county, nml the report
wns ndopted without opposition nt the
""-cling on baturdny morning.
A. Fernandez nml D. K. Mnkunkniic of
the Police Committee made n tunjority
report, in which Kalalwaa did not
concur, stating that after interviewing a
lnrge number of citizens nnd taxpayers
of Hilo, they found n majority iu favor of
paying all policemen for the past five
months. The Police Committee report
approving claims for five months is as
II. K. Martin, CapUin, $405.48; Win.
II. Nailima, $267.42, J. Kninma, $252. 36;
Luukapu Ulii, f .85.81; Knhnttolopun,
$183.23; C. P. Kaina, $180.65; E. A.
Nnmohnln, $177.23; Sam Keliiheleln,
$182.58; O. Yotnro (July), $40: S. K.
Kcnki, $180 Oi S- Knlmnn, $192.58; II.
A. Knell, $325.16; C ' H. A. Aionn,
$327.42; W. C. E. Broun, $227.20; Win.
Kalalwaa, $220.38; David Ewaliko,
South Koun: S. Lazaro, $207,40; II.
Matlolo, $164.85; A. L. Made, $110.50.
Puna: Leone ; Kaumhele, $179.35; J.
Olaa: D. Moku, $192.50; M. Coleman,
Kau: J. W. Kuaiinoku, $197.74; Ku
wclu, $154.19; Y. K. Kaapa, $158.06.
South Kohala: Wm, Kauai, Jr.,
North Hilo: Wm. Laeha, Captain,
(November) $45; Wilson Nahakuelua,
(November) $30; Sol. Konin, (November)
Haiuakua: Moses Kapoi, (July and
November) $100; J. Kcaloha, (Nov Mil
ber) $40; Kauhi Kauwahipaula, (Novem
ber) $40; John Govca, (November) $40.
North Koua: Robert Makahalupe,
$204.19; J. K. Alpia, $156.94; Benjamin
Kaholomua, $156.94; John Cheseboro,
North Kohala: (November) C. K.
Kunatie, $50; Joel Kaniania; $35; M. M.
The following police officers appointed
by the Board of Supervisors will be paid
South Hilo: (October and November)
II. S. Cnuario, $93.33; Wm. Nalimu,
46'lo; Mnhi Louoaea, $93.33; Akimn
Brown, $53.30; Joe Cooke, $53.30; O.
Yotnro, $40; Dan Nnmahoe, $53.30; J,
N. Kaiua, $53.30; W. Koolau, $53.30; T.
M. Rowland, $120; J. P. Hale, $73.35.
Hnuiakua: Claims of Joe de Coito,
John Ai, Sr., Mnhutia and J. Kuikahi,
(October and November) $255.
North Hilo: Jas. Mattoon, $47.59. The
claim of L. A. Swain for $71.23 is dis
allowed. Hawaiian and Hilo souvenir
cards. Wall. Nichols Co.
On Volcano road, between 5 mile post
and Hilo, a pair of gold spectacles. Re
turn to Tkuiunk Ol'l'ICK.
I will offer for sale, the residence of Mr.
Keith P. Mackic, situated nt Kniuehe,
opposite Cocoanut Islnud (hns porcelain
bath and set bowl) pleasantly situated on
waters edge nml fine for sen bathing.
Good stable accommodations and chicken
Also for sale horse and rubber tired
uuBKy m11 together or Separately. In
6-4t A. S. MtUAKON GURNHY.
Tfiese nre buying days days when
the breadwinner is looking for
something that will contribute to
his wife's comfort and something
thnt will ndd to the attractiveness
of the home. What about furniture?
Comfortable veranda rock
ers, from $5.50. Nothing
better if you are after solid
comfort anil built to Inst.
Kverybody likes comfort nnd it is
taken 011 the varaudas iu this coun
try, but there are seasons when it
is more comfortable indoors here.
I am belling a strong, well
made and beautifully fin
ished library couch for10;
nothing like it ever sold
here for less than f 15.00.
Rugs of American make,
finer than those from Ku
rope, ami will hist longer,
go to you for $1.25 more
elaborate ones for more
money. Colorings perfect.
If you ore in need of a bedroom
biiit now is the time to buy, for they
were never cheaper, nor better than
Solid oak or ash at $22,00.
1'roiti tlmtuptofioo; it de
pends on finish nnd carving
There nre other things for the house
beautiful, nnd you may be ace un
dated here nt less cost than else,
where; I have the block ami the
prices nre right. A big btock to
G. W. Lockington
JUST PURE CANDY
Physicians will tell you that much of the candy sold is so greatly adulter
nled ns to be injurious to children. Purity, then, should have first consider
ation. Ours carries with it our guarantee of absolute purity.
We offer you nil assortment comprising:
Plain and Chocolate
Fruits dipped in
You cnu have n pound box of the best that is made for halfn dollar.
A pound of the best that's good for fifteen cents.
THE HILO CANDY CO.
Opposite Volcano Stables.
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Are you in a business where you handle and have clerks that
handle cash? Do you reali.c 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 iu change.
If you are interested call on or write to
J. A. M.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
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Ileiuz's Tomato Soup
ileum's Pickles and
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Ileiuz's Preserved Raspberries
Jams and Jellies
Sweet Pickle Pineapple J
Major Grey's Chutney
Anchovies and Anchovy Sauce
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"It's a sin to huv poor
goods." Don't be a sinner.
Buy Kconotuic Shoes. Ioolc
perfect: not only that they aku
perfect in style, iu fit, in wear.
Gladiator Shoos, S3.50
Royal Shoos, $4.50
Stotson Shoos, SG.50
Always act right; they can
do no wrong. Do riht, and
write the Keonontic when or
dering the next pair.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
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ticket with every purchase.
These tickets are valuable.
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