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the" Weekly iiiio' 'rkiButttf, mid, HAWAiir-ttteSDAV, February 27, 1906.
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
J. A. Scott was n pisengcr for Houo
lulu by Friday's Kinau.
The arrival of the schooner V. II.
Marston is dally expected.
Macintosh Toffee and Swiss Milk
Chocolate at the Hllo Candy Co.
Supervisor J. F. Woods was a Klnau
passenger from Mahukona to Honolulu
Geo. II. Wllllans went to Honolulu on
territorial land business Friday, expect
ing to return by next Klnau.
Ill a few weeks publication of a Repub
lican newspaper in the Hawaiian lan
guage is to be begun In Hllo.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Miss Wilhelmlna Wilcox, of Honolulu,
arrived by the Klnau Wednesday. She
will teach In the public schools at Lau
pahochoe. F.J. Cross was a Honolulu passenger
by steamer Friday, returning from a trip
of inspection of the wireless telegraph
plant in this island.
II. W. Mist, auditor for Davies & Co.,
returned to Honolulu Friday after a
business trip to the different Davies &
Co. plantations on this Island.
Special sale of ribbons at half price at
E. N. Holmes'.
Mrs. Searle and family left on the
Kinau Friday for Puako, South Kohala,
to join Mr. Searle, who was recently ap
pointed manager of the plantation at that
County Clerk Sam K. Fua has been
laid up since last Wednesday with an
attack of the grip. Acting under doct6r's
advice he will not return to his office for
two or three days.
The dance given by Co. D Thursday
evening was all that had been promised
nnd the elaborate arrangements that the
company had made were enjoyed by
those who attended.
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.
The deputy sheriff of Hamakua, Wm.
J. Rickard, on information that natives
were manufacturing a native beverage,
okolehao, in Wnitnea gulch, made a raid
on the place a few days siuce but found
no substantiating evidence.
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
Hllo Candy Co. and try a five cent pack
Mr. and Mrs. II. h. Shaw arrived home
Thursday from a nine days' carriage
drive to Kohala and return, a distance of
about two hundred miles. They found
the trip a pleasant one. They had an
opportunity to see the rare and interest
ing collection of ancient native curios
that Mr. Forties, of Kukuihaele, has
Whitman's Candies L.Turner Co.
Crystal Smith, daughter of J. U. Smith,
who has been on the mainland attending
school for the past two or three years, is
now at the Sacred Heart Academy, Salem,
Oregon, and during the half year recently
closed was one of the two in the academy
to receive the distinction of being an
"honor" pupil on account of very high
standing in class work.
There will be abundant preparations
at the Volcano House for he Oregon
girls, as well as for the rush of tourists
who are expected to visit the greatest
natural wonder of Hawaii. The Kinau
on her last trip up to Hllo, had a pass
enger George Andrews of the Grill, who
goes to take charge of the Volcano House
while George Lycurgus is kept in Hono
lulu on business. Mr. Andrews took a
second cook with him for the hotel.
Lent begins tomorrow. February the
38th. This day is called Ash Wednesday
because the priest blesses ashes and
makes with it the sign of the cross on the
foreheads of the faithful, saying: "Re
member, man, that thou art dust, and
unto dust thou shalt return." On Ash
Wednesday masses will be said at 6aud 7.
During Lent the exercises of the Way
of the Cross will take place every Friday
after mass in Hawaiian, at a p, m. of the
same day In English, and every Sunday
evening at 7 ill Portuguese.
AV. Fridays from Ash Wednesday to
Easter Sunday and Holy Saturday are
days of fast and abstinence for those of
the required age, or abstinence only for
children. The time accorded to the
members of the church to fulfil their
Etster duties begins tomorrow and ends
June the 3rd, and Pentecost or Whit
Sunday. FATHER WENDfiLIN.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, March 4, 1906, it a. in, Ser
mon by Dr. Scudder of Honolulu. 7:30
p. 111. Union meeting in the Haill
Church, to be addressed by visiting mem
bers of the Hawaiian Hoard.
Casthndvk. In Hllo, Hawaii, on Tues
day, February ao, 1906, to the wife of
Chr, Castendyk, u daughter.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The Enterprise salted for San Fran
cisco Thursdiy morning.
The bark Anule Johnson left San
Francisco for Hllo February 17.
A large list of passengers is expected
to arrive on the Kinau this week.
J, G. Serrao was a returning passenger
from Honolulu on the last Kinau.
The ship Kenllworth sails for the
Atlantic coast Tuesday, February 26.
It is thought oue more blast will com
plete the demolishing of the Martha
Subscribe for the Tribunk. Subscrip
tlonjifo per year.
R. R. Elgin, manager of the Kohala
Railroad, returned to Kohala from Hono
lulu on Wednesday's Kinau.
The meeting of the Catholic Ladies' Aid
Society will be held at St. Joseph's school
next Friday at a 30 p.m. S. dMello, Secy.
Mrs. J. Frank Woods, of Kohala, and
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Thurston, of Hono
lulu, are visiting at the home of W. H.
The schooner Eva, consigned to the
Hllo Mercantile Co., loaded with lumber,
40 days from Aberdeen, Wash., arrived
Gov. John T. Baker, Judge Hapai and
Mrs. Makaleka Spencer went to Honolulu
Friday, summoned as witnesses on the
Among the guests over Sunday at the
Volcrno House were the following from
Hilo: Mr. and Mrs. Datding, Mrs. Lewis,
Mrs. R. A. Balding and Messrs. Brown
C. E. Wright was a passenger by
Friday's Kinau for Walmea. He went on
a regular Inspection trip of the stage line
operated by the Volcano Stables and
Fine Candiesand 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.,
A Japanese, Takimoto Koichi, was, on
Friday, committed to appear before the
grand jury by Carl S. Smith, acting
judge, on the charge of assault with a
deadly weapon made upon oue, Hara,
another Japanese, in Pcpeekco, during
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
J. J. Dowling, in former years a resident
of this Island, recently returned to Hono
lulu from Japan where he has been for
the past eight years a professor of English
in a college In Tokio. He was in Hilo
over the last Kinau trip, the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. II. V. Patten.
Hilo received an extra mail Sunday
brought from Honolulu by the Niihau.
Extra malls have been frequent of late,
thank to the Inter-Island Co., whose
contract calls regularly for one mall a
week. A foreign mail will be received
by next Kinau and the big Alameda mail
will arrive next Sunday.
Rev. W. H. Fenton-Sraith, rector of
St. Augustine Episcopal church at Ko
hala, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation
in Hilo. Mr. Smith is a man of many
accomplishments, as local chess and tennis
players, as well as musicians and others
have previously known. He was given
authority by the Bishop to inspect church
affairs while here for the purpose of mak
ing a report. Services will be discon
tinued in the present place of worship,
and, it is expected, will be resumed in
more suitable quarters.
Wedding at L'aukaa.
The marriage of Miss Mary Kapabua,
the daughter of Samuel Kapabua, the
lighthouse keeper of Paukaa, to Mr. Ah
Kwan, a well known Chinese plumber in
this city, took place at Paukaa, the home
of the bride, Rev. S. L. Desha of Halli
church, performing the ceremony. After
the ceremony nu elaborate luau was
given on the lanal, a long table being
loaded with the wedding feast served. All
present had an enjoyable time and left
with congratulations and their best
wishes that the couple might have a long
and happy life.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
OBEUON YOUNU LADIES C0M1NU.
Arrlro j Klnau Wednesday. Hilo
A party of eleven young ladies, all but
one from Orepnn, touring the islands as
the guests of the Portland, Oregon, Daily
Journal, selected by vote of the subscribers
to the paper as being tne most popular in
their respective districts, will arrive by
the Kinau Wednesday and the following
morning will go to the volcano. The
party is composed of the following: Miss
Minnie S. Phillips, of Portland; Miss
Sallie Madigan, of Portland; Miss Katie
Nash, of La Grande; Miss Emllic Crossen,
of The Dalles; Miss Effic Mae King, of
Ontario; Miss Florence Ileavrcu, of Van
couver, Washington; Miss Blanche Brown,
of Salem; Miss Bertha Courtemanche, of
McMinnvillc, and Miss Edna Parsley of
Roseburg. Miss Mollle Proebstel, of La
Grande, accompanies the party as corres
pondent, and Edith Tozier Weatherred
as chaperon. The young ladles occupied
a prominent place in the Washington's
birthday parade In Honolulu. The peo
ple of Hilo are making arrangements for
entertainment during their brief stay In
this city. A grand ball at the Armory
will be given in their honor. The hall
will be specially decorated and the park
illuminated, and refreshments are to be
served. The patronesses of the ball will
be Mrs. P. Peck, Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mrs.
D. W. Marsh, Mrs. R. T. Guard, Mrs. E.
N. Holmes, Mrs. Carl S. Smith, Mrs. II.
W. C. Campbell, Mrs. H. L. Shaw, Mrs.
J. C. Moclne, Mrs. E. D. Baldwin, Mrs.
Jules Richardson, Mrs. Wm. McKay and
Mrs. Chas. Furneaux.
The reception committee will consist of
Mr. C. C. Kennedy, Judge Charles F.
Parsons, Mr. II. L. Shaw, Mr. Charles
Furneaux, Mr. J. C. xvlocinc, Mr. L. A.
Andrews, Dr. Henry Hayes, Mr. J. T.
Moir, Mr. Carl S. Smith, Mr. Adam Lind
say and Mr. II. V. Patten.
Ushers: Messrs. Geo. N. Day, J. C.
Ridgeway, Harry Irwin and E. E. Rich
ards. Committee on arrangements: Messrs.
J. U. Smith, J. W. Marsh and J. C.
Arrested on Murder Charge.
A Japanese named Fugisaki, who is
said to have served a term for man
slaughter and to bear an ill reputation
amongst bis countrymen, was arrested by
Deputy Sheriff Fetter oil February 21, on
a warrant Issued out of Judge Hapai's
court, charged with the murder of
Moriama, a Japanese found dead near his
house iu Hilo on January 1, 1905. Fugi
saki was given a hearing before Judge
Hapai on Wednesday and the hearing
was continued till Monday. The grand
jury will investigate the charges. The
deputy sheriff states that Fugisaki bos
been under suspicion as being implicated
ever since the murder was committed,
and was under orders to report at police
headquarters every day since.
Association of Foreign Churches.
The spring session of the association of
foreign churches ot this island under
Congregational polity will be held at
Kalapana, Pnna district, from March 1
to 5. Rev. Mr. Gulick and Dr. Scudder,
of Honolulu, and Dr. Baker, of North
Koua, will arrive on the Kinau Wednes
day on their way to attend the meeting.
They will return to Hilo and bold a
rally at the Halli church on Sunday,
March 4, and on that day a minister for
the Japanese church at Hilo, who comes
with Dr. Scudder, will be installed in
the latter church.
For KeeptngUp the Hand
J. Carvalho has drawn up a petition to
the Board of Supervisors asking for an
increase of $165 a month for the support
of the band. Some of bis best players are
offered inducements to go elsewhere, with
disastrous effects upon the band. Mr
Carvalho realizes that the band can not
exist without players and feels justified
in asking assistance of the board toward
keeping up the organization. The band
master is keeping up a creditable organi
zation, under, it must be admitted, dis
Ilody of Drowned Sailor.
On Wednesday last some native women
picking llmu from the rocks along shore
at Honobiua, twenty miles up the coast,
discovered the body of a man lodged in
me rocics anu partly covered wtin sea
weed. Deputy Sheriff Mattoon, of North
Hilo, was notified and on investigation
the body was identified as being that of a
South Sea Islander, a sailor, from the
steamer Kaiulani, drowned December 11
in the swamping of a boat, while attempt
ing to land some freight at that point.
Rheumatic I'alus Quickly Relieved.
The excruciating paius characteristic of
rheumatism and sciatica are quickly re
lieved by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. The great pain relieving power
of the liniment has been the surprise and
delight of thousands of sufferers. The
quick relief from pain which it affords is
alone worth many times its cost. For
sale by Hllo Drug Co.
KIhuu Departures Feb. SUIIi,
E. A. Palmer, R. Tankuda, Mrs. Dr.
Buffett, Stanley Stephenson, O. W. Rich
ardsou, A. Rlchley, Judge G. W. A.
Hapai, (. F, Woods, R. G. Henderson,
F. W. Carter, N. C. Wlllfong, P. J. Cross,
G. H. Williams, II. W. Mist, J. A. Scott,
Mrs, Searle and family, Miss D. E.
Mellen, Miss A. T. Mitchell, Chang Sun,
THE "M080.U1T0" FISH.
Successful Crusade of Agents of
Hoard of Health Against Hosqultos.
The "mosquito" fish received from
Territorial Board of Health by the local
agents of the board have been distributed
in various ponds in the vicinity of the
city for propagation purposes. The
temperature of the water here and the
other conditions are very favorable to the
fish and they are doing very well. .The
board believes that within six months it
will havc'itoclced all the ponds adjaccut
to town, and have placed the fish beyond
danger of extermination. The fish pro
pagate fast and their number Is not likely
to be seriously impaired by any cause,
once they get distributed. The fish is a
useful aid in the fight on the mosquito,
and it is believed this will be almost en
tirely abated as a nuisance in a few
months. The mosquito crusade began In
September by the use of oil on stagnant
ponds, by drainage of pools, by the gen
eral cleaning up of empty cans and re
moval of rubbish, The difference in the
numbers of the mosquito is very per
ceptible since; they are no longer trouble
some, with the aid of the fish will be
well nigh exterminated and the board
feels it efforts have been very successful
and that with the co-operation of the
people of Hilo the mosquito crusade will
be a complete success.
Subscribe for the Tribunk Island sub
Phonograph (Edison Home) new, with
18 inch horn and stand and three dozen
gold moulded records. Cash fao. Ad
dress P. O. Box 165, Hllo, Hawaii.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
and A. M. There will be
ipecial meeting of the above
lodge on Tuefday, February 37,
1906, nt 7:30 p. m. Work in First
Degree. Solourniug and visiting breth
ren are cordially invited.
, By order of the W. M.
I H. VICARS.
At the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the L. Turner Co., Ltd., held
on Saturday, February 24, 1906, In the
office of the company, the following were
elected officers for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
Adam Lindsay Vice President
N. C. Wlllfoug Secretary
L. Turner Treasurer
F. A. Medcair Auditor
The foregoing with John T. Moir and
C. Costendyk, comprise the Board of
N. C: WILLFONG,
At the anuual 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. Wllson Secretary
Chris. Castendyk Treasurer
E. N. Holmes Auditor
ATLlKy , Sectors
A. M. WILSON,
WALL NICHOLS GO.
Are surety best in the market
for the money
The Best Copyholder $7 50
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Business and Accounting
Filing Cabinets Very Cheap
Loose-Leaf Ledgers, Price Books
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A Partial List of Dry Goods Received
by last "Enterprise" at E. N. Holmes'
Flannelette Black Cashmere
White Canton Flannel Knitting Silk
Fruit of the Loom Cotton Armlets
Pequot Sheeting, 5-4, 6-4, White Silk Belts
8-4, 9-4, 10-4 Linen Thread
Pequot Sheets, 72x90 and Darning Cotton
81x90 Men's Half Hose
Blue Denim White Flannel all wool
Unbleached Drilling Satteeu all colors
Outing Flannels in Pink, Lining Cambrics
Blue, Cream and White Pajamas
Cotton Batts Sweaters
Black Velvet Ribbon all Lace Beading
widths All-over Lace
Cotton Birdeye Pearl Buttons large size
Mousseline de Sole Children's Underwear
Persian Lawn R. & G. Corsets
India Linon Turkey Red Prints
Dimity white and printed A. F. C. Ginghams
Bed Spreads Manchester Chambroy
Floss Sofa Pillows Printed Lawns black and
Figured Pique white
Ladies' Hose Heavy Shirting Cheviot
Children's Hose . Plain Scrim
Ladies' Silk Gloves white Men's Hats
and black Rubber Overshoes for Men
Plain and Fancy Ribbons and Women
Baby Ribbon Tennis Oxfords for Men
Binding Ribbon and Boys
Canvas Stiffening Shoe Dressing
...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 WATERHOOSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire Flro Ins. Co.
National Flro Insurance Co.
Niagara Flro Insurance Co.
Gorman-American Flro Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Flro Insurance Co.
Unltod States Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
Wailoa Boat House.
Situated on the Wailoa River at
Walakea Hilo, under the management
of Geo. S. Relnharclt. Gnsoline boats at
all hours at reasonable rates. Special
attention paid excursion and moonlight
parties. For further particulars enquire
at WAILOA BOAT HOUSE.
Of the choicest bits
of scenery on the
island plain or
Complete stock of
Photo Supplies, Films
and Prints Made.
Hilo Drug Co.
I SPRECKELS' BLOCK
AHOUNI) Tlltt CORNKK I'KOM t 110TUI,
Furnished Koonis Tor Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
Get a Ticket with Every
Rooms and Cottages
Front St., next to Cameron's
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