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tfHit WKEKXY HltO tfRtBUNlS, tilLO, HAWAII, tfUESDAV, JANUARY 30, 1906;
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Whitman's Cardies L. Turner Co.
J. V. Ray arrived on tlic Amy Turner
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
Mrs. T. M. Rowland tins returned from
an extended visit to Honolulu.
Tickets for the Co. 1) ball, Washing
ton's Birthday, are $1 each; ladles free.
Mrs. Greenfield and Miss Vere Green
field, of Itonokaa, arc visiting in Iltlo.
A. W. T. Bottomley of Bishop & Co.,
Honolulu, came over on the last Kinau.
The evening services at St. James'
chapel will be discontinued for the
J. TJ. Smith arrived on the Amy Turner
Saturday after nn absence of seven months
on the coast.
The meeting of the Catholic Ladies Aid
Society will be held at St. Joseph's School
next Friday at 7'.3o p. m.
J. A. M. Osorio, manager of the Hllo
branch of HofTsculaeger & Co., returned
from Honolulu last week.
The Roderick Dhu is out thirteeti days
from San Francisco and her arrival may
now be expected at most any time.
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy and Master Bruce
Kennedy are expected to arrive In Ililo
by the next Enterprise from their trip to
the Eastern States.
Please take notice That G. & R. Fruit
Tablets are made from pure cane sugar
and finest California fruit juice. Sold
only at Hilo Candy Co.
Work on the sewer main on Front street
is being pushed and before many days
the street will be again clear. A com
plete system of laterals have Ik-en put in
so that a future tear-up will not be neces
sary. Another grand prize was just awarded
the Victor Talking Machine and records
at the Portland Exposition over all other
talking machines. Sec and bear them
at E. n. Moses' Store.
Messrs. Bulger and Bolles, boiler in
spectors, left for Maui Sunday, at 5 p. m.,
after completing their work here and tak
ing a trip to the volcano. The Claudlne
made a special trip over, bringing mail
and returning with the inspectors.
If you wish .your coffee, to bring the
Highest market price let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances mad: on shipments.
The Alaskan, an eleven thousand ton
freighter of the American-Hawaiian line,
arrived Saturday to complete her load of
sugar before leaving for the Atlantic
coast. Seven or eight more of this line
arc to follow her during the next few
Sheriff Keolanui, accompnuied by O.
Yotaro, went to Kohala by the Kinau,
Friday, to investigate the case of a
skeleton found lu a cane field near that
place. A Japanese mysteriously dis
appeared over a year ago and the in
vestigation is made at the request of the
Japanese Consul at Honolulu.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
According to M. Sato, a prominent
local Japanese, the Japanese government
has modified its law which permitted
ouly 100 of its citizens to leave by any
one steamer 'for America, and increased
the number to 500. His government
looks with disfavor upon" emigration to
the mainland, and, he thinks, increasing
the number permitted to come is coupled
with a requirement to stay in Hawaii for
a stated term of years.
licady to Build Another Steamer.
The following letter of William Matson
to Collector of Customs E. R. Stackable
does not refer to the proposal which Mr.
McCandless put before the Honolulu
Merchants' Association, but is an entirely
different proposition. Mr. Matson al
ready has a steamer purchased for the
San Francisco-Hllo-Honolulu run, now
being overhauled at San Francisco, fitted
with oil burners, etc., preparatory to put
ting it into commission.
The letter to Collector Stackable is as
MATSON NAVIGATION COMPANY.
San Francisco, Cal Dec. 39, 1905.
E. R. Stackable, Esq., City.
Dear Sir: Referring to our conversa
tion of this morning:
Regarding the steamer for the Hono
lulu business will state that I am willing
to have you interview the island people
and see what they want regarding this
proposition and I will join them in build
ing a vessel for this trade.
I expected to do this myself, but as I
am friendly with those,people I would be
glad to join with them in a venture of
If occasion should arise, you have per
mission to quote me in this matter.
Yours very truly,
(Signed) WM. MATSON.
Houoma Mem Market.
Joe Gomes had opened a meat market
at Honomu and is prepared to supply the
public with fresh beef, mutton and
sausage. Dally delivery. I
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AY lion You lluve a Hud Cold. ,
You waut 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.
Mrs. O. W. Rose arrived on the last
Cow For Sale Apply to W. C.
Stewart, School street.
CoK John T. Baker has gone on a 'brief
visit to his Waimca ranch.
Dr. A. C. Wall and Thos. E. Wall, of
Honolulu, arrived on the last Kinau.
The Hilo band gave a concert at Wala
kea Thursday evening and at Mooheau
park Sunday afternoon.
Have you tried G. & R. Fruit Tablets?
If you haven't, why drop in at the Hilo
Candy Co. and try some.
The bark Amy Turner arrived Satur
day, 24 days from San Francisco, with a
general cargo and two passengers.
Sewing machine repairing at E. H.
Moses' at reasonable prices. If your old
machine is out of order ring up 178.
The stage furnishings used at the Burnt
Club entertainment were generously
loaned by Locklugton, the furniture man.
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd., are now
able to fill'Orders for closets, having put
in a stack of several styles and at prices
G. H. Gere has been appointed county
engineer for the County of Oahu, and
will leave for Honolulu soon. People of
Hilo will be sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. Moses announces that he will
close out the remainder of the Japanese
goods unsold from the Holidays at prices
to cover cost and freight, as he will not
carry that line again.
Pleasant street from Waianueuue to
the rock crusher is being opened and
Improved by Supervisor N. K. Lyman.
Mr. Lyman is given credit for having
made a good showing for work done on
the county roads.
Fine Candies and Confectionary, "that's
our business.' ' To get one hundred cents'
worth for a dollar, "that's yours." Let's
get together. Buy your candles from us
and save money Hilo Candy Co., Wala
A wide walk covered with finely
crushed rock has been made from the
street to the entrance of the Armory. It
was needed and is well done. Another
great improvement has been made in the
Armory In putting in sew ix connection
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Great preparations are being made by
Co. D for their ball to be given at Jibe
Armory on the evening of February 11.
The best of music is to be provided and
special attention will be paid to making
comfortable those who attend and to
giving them a good time.
Word has been received by friends in
this city of a dinner party given in
Washington, D. C, on Jan. 11, to former
residents of Hilo. Those present are
understood to have been: Mrs. Furneaux,
Mr. and Mrs.W. II. Smith, Mrs. Ridgway,
Mrs. Win. A. Rodenberg, Mrs. Dr. Hayes
and Prof. Henshaw.
Kluan Departures, Jan. SGth.
Father James, Bro. Silvanus, Frank
Pavao, Benj. Asani, Mrs. Dale, Sam
Wong, Evan, de Silva, C. Davies, J. W.
Mason, W. C. Ede, C. M. L. Watson,
Mrs. W. C. Ede, Mrs. K. Ede, Miss La
Voy, A. J. Spitzer, L. Grace, M. R.
Jamiewn, A. W. G. Bottomley, V. Hurd,
T. A. Burningham, E. A. Frazer, wife
and 3 children.
Kinau Arrivals, Jan. 24th 1000.
Capt. O. F. Bolles and wife, J. K. Bulger
D. R. Cralgie, Capt. T. K. Clarke, W. A.
Johnston, II. Knell, G. II. Gere. D. M.
Thompson, G. M. Lovestade, V. L.
Tenney, Mrs. O. W. Rose and 3 children,
Dr A. C .Wall, J. M. Osorto, T. Wall,
F. F. Dunn, Mrs T. M. Rowland and
two children, Mrs R. C. Saddler, Mrs
Logan and two cdildren, M. C. Cobb,
E. M. Rosse, A. W. T. Bottomlpy, W, C.
Ede and wife, Mrs. J. Ede.
The engagement of Miss Harriet Austin
to Rev. Dr. Baker of Kona, Hawaii, has
been announced. Miss Austin is a well
known island girl, daughter of Mrs.
Caroline H.. Austin, and prominent in
church work. She is a member of the
clerical staff of the Hawaiian Evangelical
A HATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
Attended the Burns Concert.
Among the number from points outside
of Hilo who attended the Burns anniver
sary entertainment were: From Haka
lau Mr. John 1'raser, Mr. J. S. Mc
Kcnzic, Mr. Ainslle, Mr. Tom Scott, Mr.
Jamie, Mr. Ross. From Honoiau Mr.
and Mrs. D. Pullar, Miss Farquhar, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Pypcr. From Fapalkou
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Molr, Mr. and Mrs.
D. Butchart. From Amauula Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Gibb. From Walnaku Mr.
and Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Gill.
From Wniakca Mr. and Mrs. R. C.
Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Jamiesou, Mr.
and Mrs. John McPherson, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. W. Chal
mers, Mr. and Mrs. W. McKay Sr., Mr.
and Mrs. John Napier, Mr. and Mrs. A.
M. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Kennedy,
Mr. C. C. Kennedy, Mr. A. Robertson,
Mr. G. Calder, Mr. R. Whyte, Mr. John
Hllo Teachers' Union.
The regular quarterly meeting of the
Hilo Teachers' Union will be held Fri
day, February 2, at 9 a. m., at the Union
School House. The order of exercises
will be as follows:
Roll call answered by patriotic
Minutes of the last meeting.
Solo, .....Mrs. Louise Hapal
Discussion Devices for inducing children
to speak correct English; lead by
The use of Pictures in the School Room.
Miss Esther Lyman.
Violin Solo Mrs. Moses
National Stories-Class lead by Miss Deyo
Recitation Mrs. A. G. Curtis
A Lecture "The Yellowstone Park."
Rev. Curtis E. Shields.
Mrs. Henry Vicars gave, on Wednes
day afternoon last, at her home in
Pjueo, a reception to Miss I. II Woods,
of Kohala. A large number of the ladle a
of Hilo were present. The first prize at
the game of cinch, which was played, was
won by Mrs. Medcalf; second prize by
Mrs Stobic. Refreshments of ice cream
and cake were served. Those present were
Mesdames, Peck, Medcalf, McKay,
Baldwin, Holmes, Mumby, Lindsay,
Richards, Moses, Carl Smith, H.B. Elliot,
Stoble, Parker, J. T. Lewis, Gere, Thrum,
Curtis, Baldwin, Lewis, Rice, Canario,
Shaw, Campbell, Moclne, Guruey
Severance, Marsh, J. Richardson, and
Hill, and Misses I .com is, Lyman, Hapal,
Rutherford, H. Hichcock, F. Eaton, A.
Canario, Guard, R. Richardson.
Not Afraid or Water.
Supervisor Kalaiwaa on South Kona
had an involuntary bath at Hookena on
the trip up of the Mnuna Loa. It was
too rough for a steamer boat to go in and
the Supervisor was anxious to get the
steamer for Kau. He started out for the
Mauna Loa in a en no:, being accom
panied by Deputy Sheriff Lakalo,
Assistant Postmaster Kauwe and Judge
Sam Kaal as a crew. When halfway to
the steamer the canoe was capsized by the
high waves and Captain Simerson sent a
rescue party to their assistance. The
Supervisor was taken aboard the steamer
and proceeded on to Kau none the worse
for his ducking. The others, after right
ing the canoe, returned to Hookena.
Card of Thank.
The members of the Hilo Burns' Club
give their heartiest thanks to all those
who, by their kind aid, helped to make
the Burns Concert so great a success.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hilo Electric Light Co.,
Ltd., held on Saturday afternoon, Jan.
37, 1906, at the office of the company, the
following officers were elected for the
J. A. Scott President.
C. C. Kennedy Vice-President.
W. T. Balding Secretary.
N. C. Willfong- Treasurer.
R. I. Llllie Auditor.
J. W. Muson, W. II. Shipman, Ronald
Alt of the above with the exception of
R. I. Llllie, auditor, constitute the Board
W. T. BALDING,
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Warships Invited to Call.
A mass meeting attended by most of
the Japanese of Hllo was held at Moo
heau Park last Tuesday night. The ob.
ject of the meeting was to take steps
toward securing a visit at Hilo of the
Japanese training ships that are expected
at the islands in the near future. A com
mittee of seventy was appointed, which
met Wednesday night at Salvation Army
barracks. Two petitions were drawn up
in proper form, the government being
very exacting in this regard; one for the
Consul at Honolulu and one for the Miu
ister of the Navy at Toklo, M. Salto; and
these were forwarded by las; Kinau mail.
S. Sato, who is interested In the move
ment, said that since the news was re
ceived a few days ago that the warships
would be in the Islands, inquiries had
poured in as to their coming to Hilo;
and that should they come all the Jap
anese In the Island would want to see
them. The vessels coming are the cruisers
Matushlma, ltsukushlma and Hashldate,
and are under Vice-Admiral II. Shima
inura, who saw service in the recent war,
as general of staff under Admiral Togo.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Feb. 4, 1906, 11 a. m. "Speak
every man truth with his neighbor,"
Eph. 4:25. 7:30 p. in. "I will not let
thee go except thou bless me," Gen.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kona Bottling Works Co.,
Ltd., the following named were elected
as officers of the company for the ensuing
W. II. Grcenwcll President
John A. Magulre Vice President
L. S. Aungsl Secretary and Treasurer
F. R. Greenwell Auditor
Directors C. Greenwell, G. Hewitt and
L. S. AUNGST, '
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Rooms and Cottages
Front St., next to Cameron's
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
Direct Lino between San Fran
cisco and Hllo, comprising the
A1 Steamer Enterprise
And the following Fast Sailers:
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
And ftthr finnlnllv fMmrr.l ..!.
make this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both Freight
For dates of sailing oud terms,
(no. D. Sprechels & Bros. Co,
337 Market St, San Francisco.
G. H. PIERCE, Agent, Hito, Hawaii
Office at Matson Navigation Co's
Warehouse, Waiakea. Tel. 86 L
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 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.
Hilo Drug Co.
Moqucttc Rugs at $1.50, $2.75 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
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
Monumental Work n
Importers and Manufacturers Monumen
tal Work in any material known to the trade
Iron arid Wire Fencing
NEAT, REASONABLE AND DURABLE
IRON AND STEEL
THE BEST MADE
Structural Iron, Lawn and
Those TUBULAR STEEL HITCHING
J. C. Axtell & Co.
P. 0. Box 643
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the First Dank of Hilo, Lim
ited, held at the Bank, Peacock Dtock,
Hilo, Hawaii, Saturday, January 13th,
1906, the followiuj; were elected officers
and directors for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
John T. Moir Vice President
U. V. Pattei .'and Vice President
C. A. Stohie Cashier
P. S. Lyman Secretary
Z. K. Meyers Auditor
Win. Pullar, Carl S. Smith,
J. J. Grace, John Watt,
W. II. Shipman, Adam Lindsay.
P. S. LYMAN,
Hllo, Hawujijjauuary ,13, 1906. 12.4
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POSTS are "safe things to tie to"
Office and Works 1048.50 Alakea Street
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