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Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
Nichols Co. v
Mrs. W. II. Shlpumu la recuperating nt
Iter mountain residence.
Another lot of pretty laces linve recently
been received by U. II. Moses.
I. Hamada has moved into bis new
quarters ou Bridge St. , Puueo.
8. Grace, who bns been in Honolulu
for the past few months, has returned to
A. Hocking, president of the Honolulu
Brewing nud Malting Co., was in Hllo on
a business trip last week.
Victor Hurd, representative of Hoff.
schlacgcr & Co. of Honolulu, is in the
city in the interest of his firm.
The Tax Assessor's office has distributed
a number of copies ol the Territorial tax
laws, printed in plminplct form.
A meetiug of the Democratic Home
Rule parties will be held at Fircnians'
Hall next Friday evening, January 26, at
Typewriter supplies at E. II. Moses'.
Ribbons for all kinds of machines, also a
stock of high grade Carbon paper. Send
There will be a business meeting of the
teachers of the Sunday School of the First
Foreign Church after prayer mcrtlng
The Singer Sewing Machine has held
its own for fifty yents as being the most
reliable sewing machine ever placed on
the market. See the different styles at
E. H. Moses', which he is selling on easy
Hugh Watt, head overseer on the
Kalopa section of Poauhau plantation,
has resigned to accept the position as
head overseer for the Kohala Sugar
John W. Mason, president of the Hllo
Mercantile Co., expects to leave by next
Kinau on his regular annual business
trip to the mainland. As usual, he may
remain some weeks.
If you wish your coffe to bring the
highest market prices let the Hllo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
John Rlckard was fataly injured by an
overflow of boiling molasses at Ookala
mill, Monday, and died Thursday at 11
p. m. The accident occurred, he said,
by turning ou live steam into the second
coils of the vacuum pan. He was an ex.
perienced man and some doubt is ex
pressed as to bow it could have happeued.
The funeral occurred Friday afternoon.
The riverside school building has been
placed in its new position and school
work was resumed there Monday last.
Some remaining improvements will be
made to the building as school work
will permit, The ground for the new high
school building was vacated by its
removal and work on that structure, it is
expected, will begin in the near future.
The territorial school department plans
to build a $20,000 brick or stone edifice.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
J. G. Serrao, Balbina M. Jardinc and
Joao Antone were cited to appear before
the circuit court Thursday to show cause
why they should not bo punished for
contempt for disobeying an injunction of
the court restraining them from dispos
ing of certain property in connection
with the equity proceedings in the case
of Jardine vs. Jardlne. Mr. LeBlond,
counsel for the respondents, filed bis re
turn Saturday, whereupon Attorney
Smith moved that the order to show
cause be discharged, which was granted.
Auuunl Church Mccthiff.
The annual meeting of the Foreign
Church was held Wednesday night, Jan
uary 17. All branches of the church
work were reported free from debt and
officers were elected as follows: Deacon,
' Wm. Chalmers; Members of the Stand
lug Committee, R, A. Lyman, W. S.
Terry; Clerk, L. C. Lyman; Ushers, C.
C. Kennedy, E. N. Holmes, II. Maby,
A. Lindsay; S. S. Superintendent, Mrs.
The congregation held a meetiug at
the close of service Sabbath 'morning and
reelected F. S. Lyman and N. C. Will
fong trustees for a term of three years.
Manager of the Uunk.
II. V. Patten, who has been associated
with the Hakalau plantation for the past
sixteen years as bookkeeper, has removed
with his family to Hilo to enter upon his
duties as manager of the First Bank of
Hilo. Mr. Patten has a wide acquain
tance throughout the island, is familiar
with financial conditions and has a busi
ness experience that eminently qualify
him for the position. He assumed the
management Monday, January 32.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Jan. 28, 1906, 11 a. m. "Bap
tizing them in the name of the Father,
and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost,"
Matt. 38:19. 7:30 p. m. "Go unto
Niuevah, that great city, and preach
unto it the preaching that I bid thee,"
The benevolent collection for January
Is for the Hawaiian Board, to be applied
to the Portuguese church of Hilo,
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Whitman's Candies L.Turner Co.
Miss Woods, of Kohala, 19 visiting with
Mrs. Vicars in Puueo
G. I!. Gere was a passenger to Hono
lulu by the last Kinau.
Miss Beach of Olaa spent the week end
with Mrs. Adam Lindsay.
Some much-needed repairs are beitig
made on the Waiakea beach road.
A woman's reading club has been organ
ized to meet every Monday morning at
The steamer Enterprise arrived at San
Francisco Saturday afternoon at 3
T. M. Rowland, ex-Captain of police,
was a returning passenger from Honolulu
by the last Kinau. .
The Elks' pianola furnishes a great
deal of entertainment for the members of
the club and others.
The summits of both Mauna Kea and 1
Mauna Loa were covered with snow after
the Kona storm of the past week,
The band gave another of their excel
lent concerts from the band stand on
the hotel plaza Thursday evening.
The Mahukona Jap fishing fleet was
scattered by the wind Thursday night
and one of the boats put into Laupahoe
hoe. Changes will be noticed in the adver
tisement of the First Bank of Hilo; also
in the Matson Navigation Co's advertise
ment. Mrs. S. P. Rohde, a tourist of Chicago,
after making the trip up to the volcano,
returned to Honolulu by the Kinau
L. H. Moses, a commercial traveler of
San Francisco, went up to the volcano
Monday expecting to return to Honolulu
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
C. C. Eaton, representing a Honolulu
cigar house, arrived in Hilo Tuesday
from Honolulu via Hamakua. Returned
on Friday's Kinau.
Hilo was the only place that felt no.
effects from last week's storm. The
Kinau was not able to make any way
landings last trip to Honolulu. The port
of Honolnlu itself had the full benefit of
Sheriff Keolanui returned Monday
night from Kona after an absence of
over a week. The "riot" received Us
quietus when warrants, for the ar
rest of the individuals who had
taken possession of the Holualoa school
house, swore out by school agent Scott
and issued from the circuit court of that
district, were served. Eleven persons
were arrested and held to appear before
the grand jnry; three being placed under
(500. bonds each, and eight under $10.
The sheriff expects to return to North
Kohola to investigate a matter there at
the request of the Japanese consul at
The Volcano House reports unusual
activity of Kilauea since the storm, and
Saturday and Sunday was spent by those at
the hotel watching the crater. The glow
could be plainly seen from the hotel at
night and also from points at a distance.
The crater has filled up considerably dur
ing the Jast few months. The increased
activity is likely ,to continue.
Hu'TorMi In Nevada.
L. W. Ha worth, formerly of this city
and the Bulletin staff, has started a news
paper in Manhattan, Nevada, near Tono
pab, where the gold fever has broken out
strong. The mines of Manhattan are
said to be rich. Haworth has moved his
plant and material out from Tonopah.
The Manhattan Mall is the name of the
enterprising sheet Honolulu Bulletin.
Klnaa Departures, Jan. 10th.
H. K. Ell. C. Hoy, S. S. Litchfield, F.
S. Wlckett, Wm. Winter, S. S. P. Rohde,
Wm. Thompson, J a red G, Smith, H. Gor
man) Miss May and maid, E. H. Lewis,
A. Hocking, J. D. Easton and A. S. Wall.
When You Have a Had Cold.
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prompt relief. Get Chamberlain's Cough
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quickly. For sale by Hllo Drug Co.
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The Kona side of the island received
the force of an unusually severe wind
storm during the past week and some
damage was done. The fact that such a
storm was occurlng there would not have
been suspected by any one here not
familiar with the meteorology of the
locality, and it was only the old timer,
wcathci-wise from long observation, that
read the signs and remarked that there
was a big storm cu the other side of the
island. The barometer here was down
to record point or below Thursday, when
the storm reached its height.
At Hamakua the storm was most severe
and the danger done by it considerable.
The smoke stack of the Hamakua mill
went down nt 7 a m Thursday: the
Houokaa stable was unroofed; several
cottages In the vicinity of Honokaa
were blown down. In the orange and
peach orchards there was much damage
from injury to trees and loss of fruit. The
Hamakua telephone system was badly
demoralized and up to Sunday night the
wires had not been working north of
Honokaa. Inter-Island craft were driven
into Hllo bay for shelter. The Mauna
Loa was detained a day iu Honolulu
harbor ou account of the high wind and
was unable to make way landings.
Check Was n Fraud.
E. Kaukini is in the hands of the
sheriff to be brought before Judge Hapai
on the charge of being a gross cheat.
Friday morning a prominent Japanese
merchant took a check dated that day
signed "Henry Ell," made payable to
the order of E. Kauklnl and endorsed, in
payment for goods purchased and gave
the purchaser $85 in change. On pres
entation at the bauk payment was refused
ou account of the signature. The mer
chant reported the matter to the Japanese
police officer and the sheriff. The mer
chant did not know the party from whom
he took, the check, but from his descrip
tion and the name on the check the
sheriff, with some assistance, soon identi
fied the man, who was easily caught, as
he made, no attempt to hide. The sheriff
secured $80.10, altogether, from the man,
also the dry goods purchased. He gave
up $66.60, and $13.50 of the money that
was In other bands was also secured. It
was a very bungling attempt at forgery
and the merchant should be happy that
he learned a lesson about taking checks
from strangers at little more cost to him
self than a good scare.
Later Accused plead guilty to the
charge of fraud and was sentenced to six
months in jail.
Cuso Long Delnyed.
Harry Irwin, attorney for Honjo Taunt
taro, charged with being guilty as an ac
cessory to murder in the first degree, ap
plied for a writ of habeas corpus before
Judge Parsons last Wednesday on the
ground that he had been denied his con
stitutional right to a speedy trial. The
judge issued an order to show cause why
the writ should not be granted. Thurs
day, Mr. Aluli, deputy county attorney,
asked for a continuance of the hearing on
account of the absence of the county at
torney, and that he might be given an
opportunity to communicate with the
attorney general. The judge ordered the
writ to issue, making it rtturnable on
January 33. The murder to which the
defendant is accused of being an acces
sary, was committed in Hllo on January
1, 1900, upon Moriami, Monto Kaizo be
ing charged with the crime as principal,
and now under confinement. It was in
connection with this case that the ques
tion of the legality of the naturalization
of aliens by the circuit courts was raised.
The steamer Noeau, Captain Peterson,
coming down the coast Friday morning
picked up an overturned fishing boat, to
the bottom of which three Japs were
clinging. The boat belonged at Kawai
hae, had been out 36 hours, driven
around the Island by the wind, and had
been swamped 4 or 5 hours before the
men were rescued, Capt. Welsbarth, of
the schooner Lavinia, reported to the
Tribunu office Saturday having sighted
a sloop, he thought of 15 or so tons
capacity, helpless, early Friday morn
ing, between Paauhau aud Honokaa.
Witu nis glass ue made out a man on
deck but could hot recognize the boat.
Nothing further has been heard of such
a craft and it has not been accounted for.
l'Icasnnt I'arty at Puueo.
A delightful party was given by Mr.
and Mrs. A. Lindsay at their home in
Puueo Friday evening. Score cards in
scribed with appropriate quotations from
Shakespeare's plays were distributed and
a couple of hours were pleasantly spent
playing progressive pedro. Refreshments
were served aud the remainder of the
evening had too soon passed with song
and witticism when the time for going
came. Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. A. Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. McKay,
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Holmes, Mr. and
Mrs. D. W. Marsh, Mrs. II. Richards,
Misses Monte Verde, Beach and Loomis
Messers. C. C. Kennedy, Henderson
and J. W. Marsh.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Thidunk.
Mrs. Theo. F. Lansing, wife of a pro
miueut insurance man of Honolulu,
visited at the home of Philip Peck during
the past week. She has goue to the
It Is with sincere regret that we record
the death of John S. Rlckard, a member
of "Laupahoehoe Athletic Club" of Laii
pahoehoe, North Hlloj County of Hawaii,
T. II. John S. Rickard was the origin
ator aud captain of the said L. A' C. The
worthy captain passed from this life Jan
uary 8th, A. D., 1906.
In testimony of its loss and esteem, L.
A. C, adopted the following resolutions:
Whereas, It ha9 pleased Almighty
God, In His infinite wisdom, to call from
this vale of tears our beloved captain,
JohnS. Rlckaid, and
Whereas, it Is just and right that wc
record our sincere sorrow for the loss sus
tained by this Club in his death, being
called away In the prime of life, therefore
Resolved, that while wc bow In humble
submission to the divine will of God, who
does all things for the best, we call to
mind his high moral character, his
boundless charity aud his steadfastness to
principle, we recognize that this Club
has lost a worthy member who was Im
bued with the spirit of fraternity; the
community an honored and upright
youth; our Club one of Its zealous and
bard working members, and his family a
loving sou and brother, aud that we sym
pathize and condole with the bereaved
family of our deceased member in this,
the time of their sorrow and affliction,
and pray' that God, in Ills mercy, may
send them consolation; be it further
Resolved, that a copy of these resolu
tions be spread on our minutes, a copy
sent to the family of the deceased, and a
copy to the Ilito Tribune.
Charles II. Swain, Manager.
Edward K. Simmons,
William G. KiTTia,
David M. Ei.iwf.kh,
Sam J. Maluo,
Burns Club Kntcrtatmnont.
The Bobble Burns entertainment, to be
given under the auspices of the Burns
Club at Spreckels' Hall Saturday even
ing, has been prepared by those having
part in the performance. That it will be
of a high order and appropriate to the
occasion is evident from the program
which is as follows:
Bag Pipe Mr. R. Forbes
"Oae Bring to Me a Pint o' Wine"...
"My Nannie's Awa" Mrs. L. Hapai
"The Lunatics'". Sketch
Miss C. Manners, Capt. Fielding.
a "Chopin Nocturne." b "Selections
from Scotch Airs"... Miss J. Chalmers
"The Highlaudman'sToast"..A. Forsythe
Instrumental Trio "Sonarubula"
Mrs. R. Moses, violin; Carl S. Smith,
cello; Mro.J. T. Lewis, piano.
"Alton Waters", MissKuulel Hapai
Mr. Curtis Shields.
"Ye Banks and Braes" Duet
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs. L. Hapai.
Highland Fling.. .... Miss A. Chalmers
"The Standard on the Braes o' Mar"
Mr. Otis English.
"Annie Laurie" J. W. Marsh, Wm.
Beers, G. A. Cool, Otis English.
Reading Mrs. Curtis
"Auld Lang Syne."
The program wijl be followed by a
To Ascend Muuua Kea.
Manager A. Gartley of the Hawaiian
Electric Company leaves next week for
the Hamuula sheep ranch Hawaii,
whence he will make the ascent of
Mauna Kea. Mr. Gartley expects to
have some wild cattle shooting while
ou the ranch, the upper boundaries of
which are said to abound with the big
game. He will also do considerable
photographing on Mauna Kea. Star.
Furnished Rooms for Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
Dr. A. B. Clark will be in Hllo in Feb
ruary and will open an office for two
KILAUEA LODGE NO, 330,
V, F. and A. M. There will be
vy special meetiug of the above
lodge on Friday, January 26th,
1906, at 7:30 p. m. Work in First
Degree. Sojourning and visiting breth
ren are cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
Rooms and Cottages
Front St., next to Cameron's
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MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast. 1
Vessels whose names opnear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const. F
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonics; ($) To
Victoria; B. C; (J) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hllo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. m.
S. S. Mauna Loa'small closes in Hilo on Saturdays mm Tuesdays marked
(x) at 2:15 p. ui., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Moquette Rugs at $1.50, $2.75 and $4.50.
Brussels Rugs at 85c.
Matting Rugs, all sizes aud prices.
Brussels .Carpets, 9x12 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.'
many other goods, all at the very lowest
E. N. HOLMES
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., will
be held at the olllce of the company, Hilo,
Hawaii, Saturday, January 27, 1906, at
3:00 o'clock, p. m. An amendment to
article 9 of the by-laws will come up for
action. Election of officers.
1 1-3 Wm. T. Balding, Secy.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First Bank of Hllo, Lim
ited, held at the Bank, Peacock Block,
Hllo, 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 aud Vice President
C. A. Stoble Cashier
F. S. Lyman Secretary
Z. K. Meyers; Auditor
Wm. Pullar, Carl S. Smith,
J. J. Grace, John Watt,
W. II. Shipman, Adam Lindsay.
F. S. LYMAN,
Hilo, Hawaii, January 13, 1906. 13.4
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