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Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
John T. Moir returned by last Kluau
from a business trip to Honolulu.
The Wall, Nichols Co. announce type
writer supplies In their adv. this week.
J. C. Rldgway U expected to return
from Honolulu by the Klnau this week.
There will be a meeting of the Woman's
Board of the First Foreign Church Tues
Cow For Sale Apply to W. C.
Stewart, School street.
Miss Clara M. Erbeck, of Seattle,
Wash., arrived on the Klnau Wednesday.
ShS is to be in charge of the Waiakca
Mrs. Greenfield and Miss Greenfield
have returned to their home after a
pleasant visit in Hilo, the uucsts of Mr.
and Mrs. Holmes.
Five natives were arrested Saturday for
blasting for fish down the coast. One
forfeited twenty-five dollars ball and on
the rest sentence was suspended.
"Truth" was the subject of the sermon
delivered by Kev. C. E. Shields Sunday
morning. The discourse was a very
practical and unusually effective one.
Macintosh Toffee and Swiss Milk
Chocolate at the Hilo Candy Co.
The Tacoma Ledger is authority for
the report that the S. S. Nevadan due on
the 16th from San Francisco, is to bring
some blooded cattle for the Parker ranch.
A Japanese from Camp Six, Walakea
plantation, was thrown from his horse
Sunday, dragged some distance, and so
seriously Injured that he died from the
effects soon after.
N. C. Will Jong will return the latter
part of the week from a tour of the island
inspecting the offices of the various
deputy assessors. His trip will have
taken about three weeks.
The Hlloian is the name of the new
steamer that Captain Matson has pur
chased for the Hilo-San Frnncisco trade.
He intends to purchase another boat for
the Honolulu run. Star.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Two rooms are to be added to the
Makapala schoolhouse in Kohala, be
sides repairs made to the old building,
so that practically a new four-room
structure will replace the present one.
The steamer Kauai arrived Sunday
from Honolulu with a lot of laborers
direct from the island of Formosa. Sixty
of them came to Walikea plantation and
the remainder to other plantations along
Fine Caudiesand Confectionary, "that's
our business." To get one hundred
cents' worth for a dollar, "that's yours."
Let's get together. By your candies from
us and save money Hilo Candy Co.,
In referring to the charges against an
officer brought by Deputy Sheriff Mattoon
at the last Board of Supervisors' meeting,
the Tribunb erroneously used the words
"deputy sheriff" in place of the word
"officer," that might be misleading.
Do you know "Caller's Swiss Milk
Chocolate?" Do you know its smooth
exquisite richness? Do you know its
inimitable flavor? the. famous "Caller
Taste." If you don't, just drop in at the
Hilo Candy Co. and try a five cent pack
age. Some people fatten their bump of wis
dom on ten cent candies, thereby favor
ing the purses and chastising their stom
achs at the same time, killing two birds
with one dime. Buy your candies at the
Hilo Candy Co. and you won't have any
A fine appearing bunch of bananas,
grown by L. A, Andrews, has been on
exhibition in the Board of Trade window
the past week, where the bunch of Blue
fields from San Francisco had been. The
contrast between bananas fresh and ba
nanas after shipment is striking.
After one of the blasts, set off at the
Martha Davis wreck, a huge fish of the
cod variety, called hapuupuu by the
natives, came to the surface. It was sold
to a Jap who placed It in the fish market
on sale, leading to somebody's arrest by
Inspector Herring. The fish was seized
and is trow on ice as evidence. Its
weight is about 400 pounds.
The baud gave its regular concert 011 the
hotel square, Thursday eveniug. The
improved character of the performance
was ample justification for bandmaster
Carvalho in requiring greater pro
ficiency on the part of some of the
players before permitting them to take
part in public performances. The con
cert was of a high order and some of the
numbers were applauded loudly and
Chester Doyle, of the attorney
general's department Honolulu, is in the
city preparing evidence in cases to come
before the grand juy and circuit court.
Two important cases are those of Mnrita
Kelzo, indicted on the charge of mur
der, and of a Korean at Kukaiuu, com
mitted to appear before the grand jury
on the charge of murder. Deputy Pro
scenting Attorney Prosser will conduct
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
H. Vicars was a returning passenger
from Honolulu by last week's Kinau,
A daughter was born to the wife of
Geo. Angus, in Honolulu, on Monday,
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Company D and Admiral Bcckley are
Hilo' aspirants for the Bulletin prize
E. C. Mellor has been appointed local
agent for the Mutual Life Insurance Co.
of New York.
W. A.'Wann, district superintendent
of the Mutual Life Insurance Company,
returned to Honolulu on Friday's Kinau.
John Searle and Samuel C. Searje left
on the Falls of Clyde, February mil, to
attend school in Napa county, California.
Mrs. D. Haughs, who has been visiting
at the home of Jas. Glbb, manager of the
Paauhau plantation, returned to Hono
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Clark, of Honolulu,
arrived Friday and are visiting at the
home of their daughter, Mrs. Balding,
W. Pfotenhauer succeeds H. Alex
der Isenberg, deceased, as vice presi
dent and manager of the firm of II.
Hackfeld & Co., in Honolulu. ,
Thursday being Washington's Birth
day will be a legal holiday. The bank
will be closed for the day and stores,
probably, for the afternoon.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
II. E. Kelscy went to Honolulu by
Friday's Kinau. He was summoned as
a petit juror by the federal court. It is
uncertain how long he will be detained
The ship Kenilworth arrived from
Honolulu Monday right last with 1000
tons of sugar. She expects to complete
her cargo of 3000 tons from this port and
John Kauikoa, a native from Hawaii,
has been engaged as teacher for Waima
nalo school on the island of Oahu, which
haj been closed for some time owing to
the lack of a teacher.
NOTICE TO BANANA
Will Sail for San Francisco
February 22, 10 a.m.
BANANA TRAIN GOES OUT
CAPT. C. H. PIERCE
Agent Matson Navigation Company
The steamer Enterprise will sail fcr
San Francisco Thursday at 10 a. m. She
will carry 1200 tons of sugar brought
from Honolulu and 1800 tons from this
port, also 5000 bunches of bananas.
Special sale of ribbons at half price at
E. N. Holmes'.
The November term of the Fourth
Circuit court will close on Tuesday,
Court will convene Wednesday for the
beginning of the February term., The
grand jury will meet on Mouday next.
A big meeting of all raquet wielders
of the islands is planned to take place
in Honolulu in May and some hard
work will be put in between now and
then by aspiring champlons.according to
Dr. Cobb, the pathologist at the experi
ment station at Honolulu conducted by
the planters, passed through Hilo Satur.
day on his way to visit plantations lying
to the south of the city. He was accom
panied by a photographer.
Subscribe for the Tribunk. Subscript
tiou$i;o per year.
HAS M SUBSTITUTE
Presented With Sllvci' Sot-vlco.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Patten were the
recipients of a chest of solid silverware at
Hakalau Saturday night, the gift of the
employes and former associates of Mr.
Patten on the plantation. Mr. and Mrs.
Patten were at the home of Manager John
Ross on an invitation received to attend
a party. Mr. Patten was taken com
pletely and genuinely by surprise and ex
presses high appreciation of the splendid
present and the good will that prompted
the giving, A pleasant evening was
spent with cards and music.
Among Mr. and Mrs. Patten's friends
present were: Mr. and Mrs. Pullar, Mr.
and Mrs. Hay, and H. D. Beverldge,
Houomu; Mr. and Mrs. Ross, Mr. and
Mrs. Muir, Dr. F. Irwin, Messrs. L. H.
Thompson, Wm. Ross, J. Fraser, J. S. B.
Mackenzie, A, Alnslie, Thos. Scott, G. P.
Llllico and Wrm McCall, Hakalau; Alex.
Smith, J. Patterson, J. M. Jamie, Wm.
Elliot, Honohina; Miss Macy, Walka
tnalo; Mr. Moses, Papaalon; MissAltken,
Kukaiau; Dr. Taylor, Mr. E. Patten,
Paaullo; Mr. Dagget, San Francisco; Mr.
Geo. Ross, late manager, and Mr. D.
Mackenzie, of Davies & Co., Honolulu,
sent regrets for inability to be present.
Au Blnhorato Lima.
The luau given Wednesday afternoon
and evening by John Kni, Jr., at bis
pleasant residence on Church street was
attended by a large number, The affair
was conducted in the best of the style
that characterizes such entertainments.
The guests were most hospitably received
and all were given a good time. Tables
for card playing were scattered through
the rooms for those who chose to play
cards, and there was music in abundance.
Two long tables loaded to their capacity
with good things to eat were spread in
the dining room and on the porch, and
there was a plenty for all, numerous as
the company was. The porty was given
in celebration of the first birthday anni
versary of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kai.
Ktunu Dopnrtnrcs, Fob. lUth.
D. Lyman, H. Turner and wife, J. G.
Serrao, E. Weinburg, Mrs. M. Crawhall,
Mrs. M. Mordaunt, Mrs. P. E. Brigham,
Miss Helen Brigham, II. L. Pittock, Mrs.
Pittock, Miss Pittock, Mrs. A. M. Lead
better, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griffin, Mrs.
Bell, Mrs. Garlock, J. F. Kean and wife,
H. E. Kelsey, Ed. Stiles, W. Gibb, Mr.
Shilling, Dr. E. H. Woolsey, W. S.
Metcalf, Mrs. D. Haughs, Miss C. Dunn,
A. W. Eames, W. A. Wann, J. F. Woods,
Mrs. J. T. McCrossen, Miss Mozart, A. R.
Gurrey, C. Hedeman, Mr. and Mrs.
Vapor Uono Democratic.
Following is a translation from the
Hawaiian paper, Aloha Aina, published
"We are informed that a few while
Democrats of Hilo have bought one of
the Republican papers of that town,
having secured the majority of stock in
that concern by purchase, and that it is
to be the Democratic mouthpiece' in
English for that island. Hilo wins. The
Democrats of a country place have secur
ed a newspaper where there are but a
handful of Democrats."
Hilo Whnrf Bids.
The Superintendent of Public Works
this noon opened the bids receive;! for
the construction of the Hilo wharf ex
tension and for the necessary material.
For the construction the two following
bids were received: J. D. Lewis, $3000,
time 200 days; and Cotton Brothers &
Co., $2io3, time 150 day's. L. M. White
bouse, American Hawaiian Engineering
& Construction Co. and Allen & Robin
son bid for the material contracts. Bul
letin. Kluau Arrivals, Feb. 14th 1000.
C. Caceres, II. Vicars, G. W. Carr, J. T.
Moir, Mrs. P.S. Dunn and child, MissM.
Dunn, Miss A. Dunn, Geo. Dunn, James
Dunn, Harry Dunn, II. D. Kaohi, N.
K. Pukui, A. F. Ewart, C. Sawano, Mrs.
R. Aim and child, Miss L. Ahu,J, Ahu,
Mrs. C. M. Erback, Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, C
A. Doyle, Mr. Schilling, J. T. Kean and
wife, II. Turner one wife, Mrs. Stirling,
W. S. Medcalf, Mrs. Garlock, Mrs. Bell,
Dr. E. II. Woolsey, F. Mozart and wife.
I'upnlkou Unlch Lnnd-hlldo.
A large mass of earth and rock above
the road at Papalkou gulch was loosened
from some cause Wednesday afternoon
and slid to the bottom of the steep de
clivety, a distance of fifty yards, carrying
everything before it. A Japanese store
was near its path aud was wrecked. The
occupants were seven Japanese, two of
whom were a woman and her child. Six
were injured; the woman and child and
one of the men, seriously.
Khtiumntlc Pains Quickly Hollered,
The excruciating pains characteristic of
rheumatism aud sciatica are quickly re
lieved by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Dalm. The great pain relieviug power
of the liniment has been the surprise aud
delight of thousmids of sufferers. The
quick relief from pain which it affords is
alone worth many times its cost. For
sale by Hilo Drug Co.
Kaohi At Paukaa, on the 14th duy of
February, I96i tle infant son of Mr. !
ami Mrs. Henry P, Kaohi of Honolulu,
Tourists arrived front Honolulu by the
steamer Mnuua Loa and from the volcano
by train Thursday morning, as follows:
II. L. Pittock and wife, Miss Helen L.
Pittock, Mrs, A. M. Lcadbcttcr, Mrs. P.
E, Brigham and Miss Helen Brigham, of
Portland, Oregon; and W. M. Griffin and
wife, Mrs. M. A. Mordaunt and Mrs. M.
Crawhall, of San Francisco. The party
spent the day Beelng Hilo and in the
afternoon drove in carriages to Rainbow
Falls, the lava flow of '81, over to Wal
akea and to Cocoa nut island. Mr.
Pittock is the business manager of the
Oregonian, published in Portland, the
leading newspaper on the coast and
recognized as being one of the most ably
edited and managed in the country. Mr.
Pittock was shown the location of the
proposed breakwater. He appreciated
the value and Importance of the improve
ment and considered it a work hi which
the government ought to interest itself.
In the evening, while the band played up
and gave its usual concert on the hotel
square, tbe Oregonians enjoyed the
balmy air and tropical environment, find
ing it difficult to realize that it was the
month of February. They all expressed
themselves as delighted with the climate
and were enthusiastic about the beauty of
Hilo and Its surroundings. The party
returned to Honolulu by Friday's Klnau
and expect to leave for home about
Finns Under Consideration.
The committee having in charge pre
paring plans for the new Masonic build
ing have been busy getting information
relative to construction. The questions
of materials, interior arrangement, ex
terior and interior finish, etc., are receiv
ing close consideration. The committee
is looking with considerable favor upon
cement block for material, and pressed
steel for ceilings and ' walls. W. A.
McKay, chairman of the committee,
speaking of the building, said: "It is
the intention to put up a building that
will be an ornament to the city, a credit
to the order, and that will give us the
lowest possible insurance rates."
The Company 1) Hall.
Arrangements are being completed for
the grand ball to be given at the Armory
Thursday night. The' floor has been
smoothed down and put in fine shape,
the walls and ceiling decorated with
bunting and the park between the river
bank and'armory cleared up. The band
will play, during intermission, in the
park, which will be illuminated, aud
there will also be vocal selections in the
hall. The officers room will be furnished
with tables for the use of those who
prefer to play cards. A special quintet is
practicing music for the dancitig.
Honoiiin Meal Murkct.
Joe, Gomes had opeued a meat market
at Houomu and is prepared to supply the
public with fresh beef, mutton and
sausage. Daily delivery.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Volcano Stables and Trans
portation Co., Ltd, held at their office on
Saturday, February 17, the following
officers were elected for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy -President
J. A. Scott Vice President
A. M. Wilson Secretary
Chris. Castendyk Treasurer
E. N. Holmes Auditor
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Business and Accounting ' 1A
Filing Cabinets Very Cheap
Loose-L,eaf ledgers, Price Books
Pyrofraphlc Outfit B--5150
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A Partial List of Dry Goods llccoivcd
by last "Enterprise" at E. N. Holmes'
White Canton Flannel
Fruit of the Loom Cotton
Pequot Sheeting, 5-4, 6-4,
8-4, 9-4, 10-4
Pequot Sheets, 72x90 and
Blue Denim 1
Outing Flannels in Pink,
Blue, Cream and White
Black Velvet Ribbon all
Mousscliue dc Soie
Dimity white and printed
Floss Sofa Pillows
Ladies Silk Gloves white
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
...Prices Always the Lowest...
E. N. HOLMES
Comfortable Rooms'... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
National Flro Insurance Co.
Niagara Firo Insurance Co.
Gorman-American Fire Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Co.
United States Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
The annual meeting of the shareholders
in the h. TURNER CO., LTD., will be
held at Spreckles' Hall Saturday, Feb
ruary 24. 1906, at 3 p. in., lor the trans
action of general business aud the elec
tion of officers.
KEITH F. MACKIE,
15 3 Secretary.
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, Hails 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.
White Silk Belts
Men's Half Hose
White Flannel all wool
Sattcen all colors
Pearl Buttons large size
R. & G. Corsets
Turkey Red Prints
A. F. C. Ginghams
Printed Lawns black and
Heavy Shirting Cheviot
Rubber Overshoes for Men
Tennis Oxfords for Men
Furnished Rooms for Kent.
Large, uicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
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Booms and Cottages
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