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IPHtt WEEiatf fell,0 'TlifltME, Hftd, tiAWAII, TUESDAY,
IG, 1906. ,, (.
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Whitman's Candles L.Turner Co.
Dr. Prcd Irwin was n Ililo visitor last
Mrs. W. H. Shlpman is confined to her
home with illness,
Rev. Desha is confined to his house by
, nil attack of'tonsilitls.
Foreign mall closes nt the posloffice at
io n. ui. Tuesday, i6th.
Miss Katie Trowbridge is spending the
week with the Misses Guard.
Battenbcrg materials of oil kinds at E.
II. Moses'. Hilo 1'hcne 178.
Miss Ivy Richardson and Mr. George
Richardson were Kinau passengers for
Honolulu Friday last.
J. U. Smith is reported ns being a pas
Bengcr on the "Amy Turner, " whose ar
rival is dally expected.
E. M. Thompson left on the steamer
Friday for a two weeks' trip to Honolulu
and the island of Maul.
Adjutant Dambcrry, at the-head of the
Salvation Army on the Islands, conducted
the monthly union meeting at the HalH
Demosthenes Lycurgus is expected
back in February from his trip to Greece,
where he has been visiting for the past
MrB. Rutherford went to Honolulu on
the last Kinau, and after a short visit
-there 'Till return to her home at Oakland,
The only place on the Island of Hawaii
to purchase a sewing machine or supplies
of all kinds is at E. H. Moses'. All goods
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Cltvc Davies, after spending several
days in Hilo, left Saturday morning on
his return to Honolulu overland by way
of the north coast.
A Washington's Birthday dance will be
given by Company "D" at the Armory
on the evening of Feb. 22nd. Tickets
will be one dollar for each gentleman
Weather Is fine and dry in Hilo and
the planters accordingly happy after the
past wet summer and fall. Some of the
old kainaainas predict dry weather for a
month or two.
J. H. Fisher, of Honolulu, territorial
nuditor.-was In Hilo and at other points
on the Island during the week, checking
up the books of the county auditor and of
tax ussessors and custodians of territorial
The Olaa Sugar Co. have put in three
cane loaders, the kind that have been in
use at the Walakea plantation. They ore
working very satisfactorily and result in
a saving of 80 to 90 men per day with
these three machines.
Mrs. Fockington, Miss Pocklngton and
Miss Hargreavec, tourists of England,
arrived last week and went up to the
volcano. They come from Japan and are
on their way to San Francisco. They
took the Mauna Loa at Honuapo for
A request was made by the heirs of the
Reinhardl estate before Judge Farsons.to
have an immediate settlement of the
estate, but on account of the ill health
and proposed trip to the coast of Admin
istrator R. T. Guard, the settlement was
Lady Lawson, a writer of articles for
the London Black and White and other
publications, went up to the volcano
Thursdoy, returning Friday and leaving
immediately for Honolulu to catch the
Mongolia for the corist. She has been
through India and spent nearly a year in
During their absence at services, Sun
day morning, the cottage of the Catholic
Sisters at the St. Mary's bcuool was
entered and $258 taken. The theft was
reported Immediately to W. A. Fetter,
deputy sheriff, who soon had the guilty
party identified and secured, a young
Portuguese boy. The money was hidden
in a cane field and could not be found
though hunted for by lantern light for
several hours. By daylight the following
morning (he money was found.
III Now IJanrtcrs.
The Ililo Market Co. have removed to
their new quarters on Shipmau street
near the Armory. The company now has
the finest market on the Island. It is
fully equipped to handle the business in
an up-to-date manner. The company
represents three large stock ranchers and
the market has unlimited resources on
which to draw for its beef supply and has
special facilities for handling imported
meals and poultry. The market is under
the efficient management of O. E. English
Kluau Departures, Jan. 12th.
Geo. II. Robertson, Lady Lawson, E.
Elschner, W. Conradt, Mrs. A. R. Martin
and child, Noa W. Alull, Mrs. Win.
Weight, Miss May Powell, Yoshi No
nura, Owen Badderley, Rev. E. W.
Timing, A. W. Parkyns, Mr. Sill, H. R.
Bryant, Dr. Schoening, T. J. King, E. M.
Thompson, A. B. Loebensteiu, Miss La
Voy, Dr. Grace, Miss Ivy Richardson,
Geo. Richardson, Mrs. David Rutherford,
S. Pelser, G. W. Walker, A. II. Fair.
Furnished Rooms for Kent.
Lam;, nicely furnished rooms opening
on tvf verandas for rent very reasonable.
Mrs. W. Weight has gone to Honolulu.
G. W. Walker was a passenger by last
Sofa pillow covers In new designs at
E. II. Moses'.
Robert Young returned froai Honolulu
by the last Kinau.
Dr. Shoculng was a passenger for
Honolulu on the Kinau Friday.
Judge Barnard, of Lnupnhoehoe
in town the latter part of last wrek.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
C. E. King, normal Inspector of schools
for the circuit of Hawaii, was in Hilo on
Preparations for the entertainment to
be given by the Purns Club are well
J. C. Carter, who has been engaged iu
carpenter work in Hamakua district, was
in town over Saturday,
Dr. J. J. Grace, after on absence of
several weeks in other parts of the
island, is again in Hilo.
J. C. Axtell, of Honolulu, has been in
Hilo during the past week in the Interest
of the firm with which he is connected.
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
Mrs. Olney, mother, and Mrs. Jacob!,
sister of R. P. Moses, returned last week
to their home in California, after an ex
tended visit iu Hilo.
The steamer Lehua arrived from Hono
lulu Friday. It comes for the purpose of
raising the wreck of the Martha Davis
under the direction of Capt. McAllister.
If you wish your coffea to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the tame on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Lockington, the furniture dealer,
carries a complete stock of house fur
nishing goods, and is the leading dealer
in Hilo in this line. He expects a lot of
new goods by the Amy Turner.
Mr. A. B. Lcebenstein departed Friday
for Honolulu to join the other members
of the commission on his way to Wash
ington. He stated on leaving that he
expected to return bearing the $750,000
in his inside pocket.
Mrs. E. M. Lewis, wife of Captain E.
N. Lewis, aoth Infantry, U. S. Army,
stationed at Manila, accompanied by her
daughter, Adelaide, is visiting at the
home of her brother, W. T, Balding, at
Waluaku. Captain Lewis, meanwhile,
is on a trip to the mainland.
"Bishop Trust Company, Limited," is
the title of a new corporation, whose
articles of association, have been filed In
the office of the Treasurer of Hawaii.
Samuel M. Damon, Alexander Garvie,
Allen W. T. Bottomley, R. R. Reidford
and Henry Holmes are the incorporators.
A traveler from the Kona side of the
island reports the presence oi a vessel of
the navy, supposedly the cruiser Concord,
in Kealakekua bay, engaged in beautify
ing the grounds about, and giving what
attention is needed to the monument
erected to Captain Cook's memory. The
British took this care of the monument
formerly, but since annexation the United
States han assumed the responsibility for
the monument's preservation.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Jan. 21, .1906, 11 a.m. "Give
us of your oil, for our lamps are gone
out," Matt. 25:8. 7:30 p. m. "The
iniquity of- thy sister Sodom," Ezek.
The Woman's Board will meet in the
church parlors on Tuesday, at 3:15 p. m.
The annual meeting of the Foreign
Church, for the election of officers and
transaction of church business', will be
held on Wednesday night at 7:45. All
those concerned are urged to be in atten
dance, . 1
Ililo Mnsonlc Ilnll Association.
At the annual meeting on January 13,
1906, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year: J. T. Molr, Presi
dent; E. N. Holmes, Vice President;
Adam Lindsay, becretary; II. V. ratten,
Treasurer; W. T. Balding, Auditor; E.
E. Richards, J. Fitzgerald, Geo. II. Wil
Ross. On Christmas morning, to the
wife of Homer L. Ross, at Indlanola,
Iowa, a daughter.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS 0 SUBSTITUTE
A proposition to open a piece of road
in Kntwlkl homestead was made to the
Board of Supervisors in December by
School Inspector King nud the matter
was placed In the hands oi Supervisor
Desha for Investigation. The school house
la now on a bye-road owned by Peter
Sylva who built It at an expense of about
$400. This road he now talks of closing
to public use, but, In case the supervisors
order it opened as a public road, asks the
sum of $ioq for right of way and improve
ments made. In this connection, Mr.
Sylva feels that he has a just cause of
grievance against the territorial govern
ment in that, on account of the variable
interpretation and execution of the land
laws, his application for the purchase of
the tract of land on which the school
house is situated was canceled on he
grounds of failure in the residence clause.
He gave the ground for the school house,
iu the first place; then lost his laud and
had to buy back his improvements, and
now docs not feel like giving this road
way and his improvements made upon it
to the public.
Iloard of Trade Annual Meeting.
The annual meeting of the Board of
Trade, adjourned from the previous Fri
day evening, was held at Fireman's Hall
last Friday evening, for the election of
officers and other business. Officers for
the ensuing year were elected, as follows:
President, J. W. Mason; first vice-president,
J. A. Scott; second vice-president,
Dr. Henry Hayes; treasurer, C. A.Stobie;
secretary, II. Vicars. The executive
council elected for the coming year were,
E. N. Holmes, L. A. Andrews, Adam
Lindsay, C. Castendyck, C. E. Wright,
L. Turner, J. T. Molr, D. E. Metzger,
The report of the secretary? showing the
work accomplished during the year, also
the annual report of the shippers' wharf
committee, were read. The question of
how to arouse greater public interest in
the board and the matters that come up
before it for consideration was discussed,
and the suggestion made that the meet
ings be held twice a mouth in Fireman's
Hall, and that the public be invited to
atteud and hear the proceedings.
Around tuo Ibland by Auto.
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kennedy, who
have just completed a circuit of Hawaii
in their Oldsmoblle touring car, report a
most interesting trip. Iu all they covered
a distance 01 455 miles, using 25 callous
of gasoline. The roads arc all In far con
dition with the exception of the Kau lava
flow, where there Is the foundation for a
fine road but there being no top dressing
there was difficulty from wheels slipping
on steep grades. Iu Kona all the sights
were taken iu; going to Kallua, where
the first church ou the island was erected
In 1820; also to the ancient fort of Kame
hameha I., and to an old stone palace
supposed to have been the first of its
kind. At Napoopoo a fine view can be
had of the cliff with ancient burial caves,
and just across Kealakekua Bay, Captain
Cook's monument can be plainly seen.
On their return Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy
stopped with Mr. and Mrs. Forbes, where
they viewed an interesting collection of
Hawaiian curios recently found by Mr.
Now Masonic Temple.
The Masonic Hall Association at its
meeting Saturday last decided definitely
to build a fine brick or stone building
upon their lot recently purchased of the
Territory at the corner of Waianuenue
and Bridge streets. The lot extends 75
feet ou Waianuenue, and 100 feet ou
Bridge street. The building will be two
stories in height with basement and, it is
estimated, will cost at least $30,000. The
upper story will be used for lodge pur
poses, while the lower will be constructed
for the use of business houses, etc. The
building will be an ornament to a very
promiuent corner. Construction will
begin in the summer, the Association not
coming into possession of the property
till July, at the termination of the leases
now in effect on the property.
REPORT OF CONDITION
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Close of Ruslucss December DO, 1005
Bills receivable $306,668.67
Cash loans . 4,931.35
Heal estate 3,029.27
Furniture and fixtures 5,737.66
Other assets 8,718.53
Due from banks 40,173.52
Capital paid in $142,500.00
Surplus and undivided profits 36,343.58
Due to banks 184.30
I, C. A. Stobie, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. A. STOBIE, Cashier.
Examined and found correct: '
C. C. KENNEDY )
F. S. LYMAN Directors.
CARL S. SMITH )
N. C. WILLFONG, Auditor. '
Sworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence by C. A. Stobie, this 15th
day of January, A. D., 1906.
W. S. WISE,
Notary Public 4th Circuit, T. H,
The Week of .Prayer was observed by
the people of the Porelun Church last
week. The services were conducted by
the pastor. Rev. C. E. Shields, Rev. C.
W. Hill and Rev. da Sllva onsistlng on
certain evenings. All the meetings were
marked by encouraging interest and an
unusually full attendance. The service
Friday night was preparatory to the nf
proAchlng communion and marked the
high tide of attendance for the week. At
the service Sabbath morning one member
was received by letter ami three upon
profession of faith.
Wednesday, January 10. Am. Bark St.
Katherlnc, Saunders master; sugar
and general cargo for San Francisco.
Onomca Bhlpped 1,608 bags.
Friday, January 12. Am. S. S. Enter
prise, Youngrcn master; 15 passengers
for San Francisco, with cargo of
sugar, bananas and general merchan
dise as follows: Sugar, Hilo Sugar
Co., 2,260 bags; Hakalau, 15,960
bags, 6,165 bunches bananas, 300
pounds coffee, 4,931 pounds hides
and skins, general merchandise val
ued at $3,899.05. Total, $77,751.04.
It is reported that the bark Amy Turn
er, Warland master, left San Francisco
for Hilo on December 30.
When You Hnro n Had Cold.
You want a remedy that will give you
prompt relief. Get Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. . It always cures and cures
quickly. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
Hotter Time for Enst-IIound Xlntl.
Mail from Honolulu can be de
livered in New York twenty-four
hours earlier than usual, owing to
the establishment of a new train
service between Sau Francisco and
This new service will probably
divert to the New York Central,
the Burlington route and the Harri
man lines a vast quantity oi mail
now carried by the Santa Fe, the
Great Northern and the Northern
Pacific railroads. The compensa
tion for carrying this mail will
amount to $2,000,000 during the
next four years. Advertiser.
Pass-book No. 5769. Finder please re
turn to Bishop & Co's 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" Tridunb Officr. 9.3
The Hilo Market Co., Ltd., have this
day disposed of their interests in the
Planters' Meat Market at Kenan to the
Hop Ylck Co. All bills are payable to
the Hilo Market Co., Ltd., or to their
representative J. R. Gomes,
Jan. 1, 1906. 10-4
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., will
be held at the office of the company, Hilo,
Hawaii, Saturday, January 27, 1906, at
3:00 o'clock, p. ui. An amendment to
article 9 of the by-laws will come up for
action. Election of officers.
11-3 Wm. T. Balding, Secy.
THERE is nothing like a
good brush to give a
healthy circulation to
the blood. Perhaps your
scalp nejds 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 or
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.
SHilo Drug Co.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Veyscls-() To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; (J) To
Victoria; B. C; () To Yokohama. . '
S. S. Kinau depurts from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. m.
S. S. Mauna Loa'smail closes in Hilo on Saturdays and Tuesdays marked
(X) at 2:15 p. in., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Moquette Rugs at $1.50,- $2.75 and $4.50.
Brussels Rugs at 85c.
Mattiug Rugs, all sizes and prices.
Brussels. Carpets, 9 x 12, feet.
R. & G. Corsets.
Overalls for Men, Boy's and Children.
Men's Working Shirts and Fine Suspenders
Printed Lawns at 10c and 20c.
Children's Vests and Nazareth Waists.
. Ladies' Silk Belts.
( Ladies' Muslin Underwear. ,
And many other goods, all at the very lowest
E. N. HOLMES
Imported direct from the Land of the Mikado
Now on Sale
A splendid opportunity
M. IMAI Front, Street
Opposite Salvation Army Hall
Got a Ticket with Every
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First Bank of Hilo, Lim
Ited, held at the Bank, Peacock Block,
Hilo, Hawaii, Saturday, January 13th,
1906, the following were elected officers
and directors for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
John T. Molr Vice President
II. V. Patten 2nd Vice President
C. A. Stohlc Cashier
F. ST. Lyman Secretary
Z. K. Meyers Auditor
Win. Pnllar, Carl S. Smith,
J. J. Grace, John Watt,
W. II. Shirunau, Adam Lindsay.
F. S. LYMAN, y.
Hilo, Hawaii, January 13, 1906.
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