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Vim WSSKtV HltO tfftlimNE; HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, igo6.
f CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS J
Whitman's Cnmlles L. Turner Co.
Geo. Mumby was a returning passenger
on tlie Enterprise Suudny.
Mrs. John Watt entertained the Indies
of Olaa at nn ofternoou ten on Wednesday
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kennedy leave
the fore part of the wcelc for Kona on a
S. PIser, representing N. Ohlnndt Co.,
the fertilizer house of Sun Francisco, is
in Hilo on a business trip.
K. P. Nichols is steadily improving at
the Hllo hospital and the threatened
operation for appendicitis has been
Richard Conradt has btcu promoted
to succeed Keith P. Muckle, as book
keeper in the office of the Hilo Electric
The monthly meeting of the Catholic
Ladies Aid Society will be held at Mrs.
J. S. Canario's residence next Saturday
at 3:30 p. m.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Gov.John T.Baker, after a five mouth's
absence on the mainland, returned to
Hilo Wednesday. Mr. Baker visited the
Portland Pair and his mining interests in
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hllo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
According to the Japan Garette of the
i6th, it appears that Captain J. Tremalne
Smith of the Siberia, whose death was
reported some time since, died by his
own hand, probably on account of dom
estic troubles. He cut his throat.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of veircli of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. t. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16,1901 M-
H. V. Patten, cashier of Hakalau Plan,
tatlon, when seen regarding the state
ment that he had been selected as the
new president of the First Bank of Hilo,
Ltd., denied the statement most em
phatically. Mr. Patten Is a stockholder
and a director in the bank, but no selec
tion of a successor to Mr. C. C. Kennedy,
the nresent President, had been deter
mined noon. The election of officers
wlli be held on January 13 and what the
001100" of the stockholders at that time
may be cannot now be stated. Mr. Fatten
is deeply interested in the success of the
Bank and expects to continue to be an
active wotker for the Bank's interest.
Knights Elect Officers.
The annual election of officers of Hilo
Lodge No. 7, Knights of Pythias, was
held Saturday" night, December 23rd,
with the following result: Chancellor
Commander, James McNiccol; Vice Com
mander, Herman Ludloff; Prelate, L. A.
Andrews; Master of Work, T. O. Mitchell;
Master at Arms, G. W. Weight; Master
of Flnanee, N. C. Willfong; Master of
Exchequer, I.E.Ray; Keeper of Records'
and Seals, E. R. Conradt; Inner Guard,
George Wilson; .Outer Guard, John
Detor. Installation of officers will prob
ably take place some time during the'
Eutorprlso Makes Record Trip.
The S. S. Enterprise, Youngren, master,
arrived Sunday noon from San Francisco
after a record voyage of two hours under
eight days. There were seven cabin pas
sengers, as follows: George Mumby, Dr.
L. S. Thompson; Mrs. Margrette F.
Buttey, Miss Sinclair Battey, Capt.
Pearce, Capt. Chas. Rock and Manuel
Vierra. Tht vessel brought no coast
mall. The increased speed is accounted
for by the change in propellers and the
hull having been recently cleaned.
Jim Uots the Contract.
On Wednesday last, Engineer Gere
awarded to Jas. D. Lewis the contract for
the removal of the Riverside school
'building to the recently acquired lot
across the street. Mr, Lewis, who was
the lowest and sole bidder, undertook to
do the job for $860, the work to be com
pleted by January 8th, wheu school re
convenes. Ue has already begun work
and hopes to have the building on the
new site within a few days.
Chas. Moore, a kamaalna, died last
Tuesday night at 6:30 o'clock, after an
illness of eight days. Death was attrib
uted to heart failure. The deceased was
52 years of age, and leaves a widow and
two sons, Charles Moors, Jr., and Johu
Moore. Interment took place on Wed
nesday afternoon in the family burial
ground in the rear of the Rowland prem
ises. Klnan Departures, Dec. 20th.
Mrs. J, Kaiwalo and child, Master
Jakins, Miss Jakins, G. A. Brown and
wife, Mrs. W. L, Rose, E. Mable, Master
Geo. Willfong, P. Peck, J. E. Rocha,
wife and child, Miss A, Carvalho, R. W.
Shingle, P. B. McStocker, Senator J. M.
Dowsctt and family, E. B. Hendricks and
wife,, Misses Molr, Miss Forest.
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cehts. Wal)f
A. L. Louissou, the coffee king of Ha
makua, is a Hilo visitor.
Mrs. Wm. L. Rose is visiting her
dauguicr, Mrs. W. M. Lindsay, at Wai-
Whitman's Candles L.Turner Co.
C. H. Brown of Honolulu is buying up
numerous sugar mills which have 'gone
into the scrap pile.
Rev. Carlos Llnscy, pastor of the Epis
copal church at Honokaa, is the guest of
Rev. and Mrs. W. C. Stewart.
The annual meeting of the Board of
Trade will be held at Fireman' Hall
next Priday evening, Dec. 5, at 8 o'clock.
Dr. L. S. Thompson, the "globe trot
ter," of Waiohlnu, Kau, returned on the
Enterprise Sunday after an absence since
The aunual meeting of the stockholders
of the First Bank of Hilo will be held in
the directors room on Saturday, Jan
J. W. Marsh and G. A. Cool of Portland,
Ore., arrived Wednesday to enter the
office of the Tkibunk, which has changed
managements as announced last week.
Lost Between Mooheau Park and
Waiakca Mill by way of Mud Lane, on
Thursday, December ai, between 4:00
and 4:30 p. m., a black silk cape trimmed
with lace and jet. Reward If returned
to Volcano Stables.
Two New Year's Weddings.
The marriage on New Year's morning
of W. S. Wise to Mrs. Margarette Sin
clair Battey was a surprise to most of the
friends of the Hilo attorney. The bride,
who comes from Rolph, Indian Territory,
arrived on the S. S. Enterprise Sunday
noon preceeding the day of the wedding,
and hasty preparations were made for an
unique marriage. The ceremony, which
took place at the Wise residence on Pit
man street, was performed by Rev. C. E.
Shields at five minutes past midnight,
just as the new year was being ushered
in amid the joyous ringing of bells and
blowing of whistles. Mrs. Wise is ac
companied by her small daughter, Miss
Sinclair Battey. who will make her home
with the newly wedded cduple.
Another marriage of interest to many
Hiloites was that of S. B. McKenzie of
the Volcano Stables and Transportation
Co., to Iurz, eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Camron of I'aukna. The wed
ding took place at the'home of the bride's
parents, with only the immediate it lends
and relatives of the contracting parties
present. Immediately after the ceremony
the couple proceeded to Olaa, where
they will spend a few days, and after
Wednesday will be at home to their
friends at Paauka.
A Birthday Dinner.
Mrs. Ronald Kennedy very pleasantly
entertained a few friends at dinner on
Thursday, December . 38, the occasion
being the birthday anniversary of Mr. C.
C. Kennedy. A good time was enjoyed.
Those present were Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Holmes,
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Marsh, Mr. C. C.
Kennedy, Mr. Furneaux, Mr. E. E.
Richards, Mr. J. W. Marsh, Mr. J. D.
Kennedy and Mr. Shingle of Honolulu.
A Mogmanr Celebration.
On Saturday evening the members of
the Hilo Burn,s Club along with a few
friends, met in their club room and cele
brated "Hogmany Nicht." A very en
joyable evening of song and sentiment
was ppent, at the close of which all pre
sent joined hands and sang "Auld Lang
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Jan. 7, 1906, ti a.m. Sermon
from the year text, Rev. 22:3. 7:30 p. m.
"By their fruits ye shall know them,"
Math. 7:16. Special notice is called to
the week of prayer, the observance of
which begins with the Sabbath services
Catholic Church Services.
Next Saturday, the Three King's Day
or Epiphany, is a holy day of obligation,
Masses will be said at 7:00 and 9:00 a. m
NEW JUKI' LISTS.
Eligible Jurors Drawn For Ensnlng
Jury Commissioners Geo. N. Day and
Hpfry West filed with Clerk Gurney of
the Fourth Circuit Court the list of grand
and petit jurors for the year 1906. The
list of persons selected for service as
grand jurors includes fifty names, as
From the 2nd Precinct! H. A. Gerlach,
F. G. Snow, Johu Watt, E. G. da Rosa,
From the 3rd Precinct. R. T. Guard,
Chas. R. Kennedy, A. L. Williams, J.
Carvalho, Johu T. Baker, "has. Warren,
From the 4th Precinct. T. M. Row
land, W. T. Balding, W. II. C. Campbell,
II. B. Elliot, E. N. Holmes, W. Ebellng,
II. E. KelScy, J. D. Kennedy, Adam
Lindsay, R. A. Lucas, R. A. Lvman, Jr.,
Geo. Mumby, J. W. Mason, J. C. Mocine,
R. T. Moses, C. A. Stoble, L. Turner, J.
Vierra, William Hlggins.
From the 5th Precinct. E. J. Weight,
K. M. Koahou.
From the 6th Precinct. W. Pullar, J.
Webster, J. M. Ross.
'From the 7th Precinct W.G.Walker,
From the 8th Precinct A. Horner, A.
Lldgatc, W. D. Schmidt, A. Slniao.'
From the 9th Precinct. Geo. F. Hall,
E, Thomas, J. Ai, M. A. Dins.
From the 10th Precinct. D. Forbes,
T. N. Nalellehua. R. E. Byrne.
From the nth Precinct. J. E. Elderts.
The list of persons selected for service
as petit jurors includes one hundred and
fifty names, as follows:
From the 2nd Precinct. J. Alexander,
Joseph Andres, M. R. Freltas, Jr., A.
Iten, W. Nrillma, Jr P. Phelffer, P. E.
Dorland, C. Johnson, F. L. Mini.
From the 3rd Precinct. J. Cook, A. C."
Baker, T. A. Dranga, J. E. Gauialielson,
O. Nerzasconi, Manuel Soares, W. R. A.
Kuyser, R. C. Kennedy, C. Lehtnann, J.
J. McGuire, J. E. Rochn, F. Rodriguts,
W. H. Winchester, I. Erickson, J. M.
de Santos, B. Spalding, Henry West, T.
Guard, J. Bohnenberg, A. Correa, A. P.
Motta, Jr., Manuel de Mattos.
From the 4U1 Precinct. W. C. Borden,
W. Nalimu, Chas. P. Bento, E. A.
WilbeluA, M. Babrinha, F.R. Conradt,
J. D. Easton, James Ewaliko, P. Gibb, G,
W- A. Hapal.Jr., J. Kaikapu, W. Har
bottle, A. B. Loebeustein, H. O. Maby,
D. W. Marsh, F. P. Bento, Jr., A. W.
Richardson, B. F. Schoen, W.J. Stoue,
P. A. Victoe, R. M. Dushalsky, David
Mewahewa, S. K. P. Pearse, J. G. Scrrao,
J. P, Sisson, Chas. Akau, P. C, Beanier,
C. P. Bradshaw, F. Brughelli, J. M.
Cameron, Geo. N. Dap, O. English, B.
Fuhr, G. Gill, M. P. Cropley, W. K.
Kalwl, J. T. Lewis, R.J.Lyman, J.T.
Stacker, M. S. Pacheco, W. F. Peterson,
A. Rlchley, S. C. Shaw, W.J.Todd, W.
J.Todd, W. Canario, L. Hclbush, Wm.
Robauk, B. Rowland, G. W. Weight, Jr.,
F. W. Barthold, A. W. Keach, E. F.
Nichols, S. de Wlti Parsons, A. S. Wall,
From the 5th Precint. J. Cameron, D.
Butchart, Geo. V.Jakins, Henry Kawai.
hae, F. Jose.
From the 6th Precinct. W. K. An
drews.J.K. Dillon, W. Hay, narold V.
Patten, Frank Field, W. Relndhardt, H.
From the 7th Precinct. L. Dalnger
field, J. Vierra, E.. K. Simmons. .
From the 8th Precinct. A. Arthur, W.
Campbell, Jr., F.' Furtado, E. Horner, R.
Joao de Ponte, John Ross, J. Stevens, Jr.,
J. E. Anderson, H. Bescboff, A. S. Flgu-
erdo, F. T. Gray, Hoapill, J. K. Kekaha,
O. Medelros, A. P. Oinellas, J. Gablel, T.
From the 9th Precinct. J. Botelho, B.
Duncan, C. Lovestead, John Payne, W.
A. Yates, F. Cypriano, J. Gouvela, Jr., D.
M. Lonohiwa, J. F, Mendez, A. Carlson,
C. II. Fox, James Murry, P. S. Warren,
M. Bezents, J. Enos, Y. M. Jaouen, Joe
Munlz, John Pinho, N. Varina, J. J.
Lewis, Geo. Kaiser.
From the 10th Precinct. D. Dart, A.
Hussmnnn, James Olson, J, J. Sllva, A.
A. Alohlkea, Pika Cell, S. Makaaeae.
From the nth Precinct. C. E. Elderts,
J. T. Henry, D. Kuamoo. '
THERE is nothing like a
good brush to give a
healthy circulation to
the blood. Perhaps your
scalp needs it to give
tone to the hair follicles.
We sell the genuine
Adams, than which no
better brush is made. For
the hands, body, nails
hair we have them.
If you do not know what
"Adams" on a brush
means, permit us to sug
gest that you buy one
brush for a trial the
learning is worth the price.
Hilo Drug Co.
Pass-book No. 5769. Finder please re
turn to Bishop ft Co'n Savings Bank.
Dr. A. B. Clark will be in Hilo in Feb
ruary and will open an office for two
Luna, man of experience. Right pay
to right man. Foward application to
Ambitious" Tribunr Officii. 9-3
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the First Bank of Hilo, Ltd., will be
held at the Bank, Peacock Block, Hllo,
on Saturday, the 13th day of January,
1906, at 2 p. m.
F. S. LYMAN,
Hilo, December 26, 1905. 10 2
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Kona Bottling Works,
Limited, will be held at the office of the
company atHolualoa, Hawaii, on January
$, 1906, at 10 a. m.
L. S. AUNGST,
Weeping eyes and aching head,
Smarting fids a fiery red,
Eyes so weak can barely see
Think you're on a nightly spree.
Can neither read, nor think nor sew,
Co to church, nor shop, nor ,sbow.
in our'' hand above.
OTON BUILDING, - HONOLULU
Waiakea Boat Douse
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HA.VB NOW A FLEET OF
olid Small Boats
FOR PUBLIC HIRE
assengers and baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
tor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversibe engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from Ij h. p. upwards.
Boats fitted with this engine or frames ot
any size to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS 'Manager
FOR RATF.S, BLANKS, ETC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AGENT INTER-ISLAND TELE
GRAPH CO., HILO.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL GHAUT
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU
Vessels whose names appear OVER the dnle ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; B. C; () To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. in.
S. S. Mauua Loa's mail closes in Hilo on Saturdays ami Tuesdays marked
(x) at 2:15 p. m., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Imported direct from tlie Land of tlie Mikado
Now on Sale
A splendid opportunity
Opposite Salvation Army Halli
We've a fair wind on our
sales these days.
Don't put off your holiday purchases
are gone. A stock of
Patent Loathor Oxfords
Black Vlci Oxfords
In the newest patterns
If the salesman forgets your ticket, remind him
to you as to us.
Moquette Rugs at $1.50, $275 and $4.50.
Brussels Rugs at 85c.
Matting Rugs, all sizes and prices.
Brussels Carpets, 9x12 feet.
R. & G. Corsets.
Overalls for Men, Boy's and Children.
Men's Working Shirts and Fine Suspenders
Pommel Slickers. . ' "
Printed Lawns at 10c and 20c. , ...
Lace Curtains. ' ' ''
Children's Vests and Nazareth Waists.
Ladies' Silk Belts.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
And many other goods, all at the very lowest
E. N. HOLMES
AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
Front, - Street,
until the choicest of our offerings
excellent shoes in
Patont Loathor Bluchors
Vlcl and Calf Bluchors
arrived this week.
CO., Ltd. - HILO
Money is as good
E. S. CO.
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