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Miss Juaultn llcckley arrived by the
II, E. Cooper, of Honolulu, was In Hilo
during the week.
School street Is at present the scene of
Land Commissioner Pratt, of Honolulu,
was In Hilo last week.
The walls of the county jail under con
struction are rishig rapidly.
Mr. Albert Horner, foreman of the
grand jury, has returned home.
D. Conway, of Honolulu, representing
T. H. Davis & Co., is in the city.
John II. Fuller, representative of the
Honolulu Iron Works is in the city.
Judge II. S. Rickard, of Laupahoehoe,
was-a Hilo visitor dutlng the week.
Mrs. R. T. Forrest, of Knu, has been
visiting in Hilo during the past week.
The baud gave nu excellent perform
ance at the hotel grounds Friday night.
R. T. Forrest made a flying trip to Hilo
Saturday, meeting his many friends about
. Judge E. W. Barnard returned home to
Laupahoehoe by the last Kinau from Ho
nolulu. Mr. II. E. Kelsey arrived home from
Honolulu last Sunday by the steamer
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The piano club will meet with Mrs. h.
Severance this week Wednesday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
Mr. Jas. B. McSwanson, representing
the Honolulu Bulletin, is in Hilo working
in the interest of that paper.
Judge G. W. A. Hapai, Mr. J. T. Baker
and Mr. W. C. Bcrdeti returned from Ho
nolulu by last week's Kinau.
Rev. O. II. Gullck and wife of Hono
lulu are visiting in Hilo, the guests of
Mrs. L. Severance. They return by
Preliminary plans for the construction
of the new Masonic Block have been
adopted and arc to be sent away by this
mail for elaboration by architects.
A package containing a white cotton
crepe skirt was lost on the road between
Hilo and Wainaku. Suitable reward will
be given ou return to Thiuunb office.
G. W. Lockington will receive per ar
rival of steamer Arizouian, direct from
the Oregon Furniture Co., a nice line of
bedroom suites, buffets, etc., all new de
signs. Fire at the residence of J. II. Maby on
Pleasant Street was put out by the men
employed in sewer construction at work
near. The fire department was called out
but its services were not required. Slight
damage was done.
Mrs. Lewis, who has been visiting at
the home of her brother, W. T. Balding,
will leave on the Kinau this week to join
her husband, Capt. Lewis, U. S. A., who
arrives from Manila ou his way to Santa
Barbara, Cal., where they will be located.
E. II. Paris secretary, and T. A. Bur
ingham, traveling salesman of E. O.
Hall & Son, Honolulu, arrived in the city
Saturday aud will return by Friday's
Kinau. They came overland from Mahu
kona in their Cadillac auto, making a
A gentleman who visited Onomea this
week reports wonderful progress made ou
the new mill. He stated that a surprising
amount of work had been done, indicat
ing that Manager Moir and Engineer
Cant had been prosecuting work very
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coflee
Mill clean, classify and place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments,
J. P. D. Paiue, head of a well-known
furniture house in Boston, now retired,
and his daughter, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy Wednesday night on
their way to the volcano. They returned
Friday, having enjoyed the trip tho
roughly. Mr. Paine was greatly impressed
with the island of Hawaii.
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 candles at the
Hilo Candy Co. and you won't have any
C. M. Cook, of Honolulu, president of
the Bank of Hawaii, came up on the last
Kiuau to meet the directors of the First
Bank of Hilo. As a result of the meeting
close relations were established between
the two institutions. Mr. Cook was the
guest of C. C. Kennedy while in the city i
and went out to Onomea Thursday on a '
visit to the plantation.
The quick relief afforded by Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy iu cases of whoop,
ping cough, makes it a favorite with the
mothers of small children. This remedy
liquifies the tough mucus, making it
easier to expectorate, keeps the cough '
loose and counteracts any tendency to-1
ward pneumonia. For sale by Hilo
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
A. H. Jackson returned to Honolulu
by last Kiuau.
Special sale of ribbons at half price at
E. N. Holmes'.
Mr. R. D. Juukiu, of Glenwood, was a
Hilo visitor Saturday.
Attention is called to the ad of the
Houomu Meat Market.
Supervisor Prank Woods and wife re
turned home to Kohala by Fridov's
Elsewhere in this issuo will be found
"By Authority" notices or the Board of
Mr. P. W. Milverton is in Hilo repre
senting the prosecuting attorney in the
business now beforf the circuit court.
Albert McGurn, who hat been actlut?
at jailer in the absence of J. H. Maby,
will return to Honolulu by Friday's
Send me ti.oo and receive the Deli-
niator for one year. It contains all the
latest fashions which you can have sent
you by the telephoning 178, E.H.Moses.
L. A. Andrews, was a passenger on the
Kinau Friday for Walamea. It is re
ported that he has cone to accept the
position of manager of the Parker ranch.
Co. D sent down 48.000 votes on the
automobile by last Kinau aud is making
a lively race. The company is Hilo'a
applicant for the auto and should have
everybody's votes here.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Co. D has had official notification from
headquarters that the annual inspection
will occur on March aa, and will be con
ducted by Major R. C. Van Vliet. The
inspection is to be of the company in
heavy marching order followed by a drill.
Why not improve your office conveni
ence and save time by using a "Writing
In Sight Typewriter." See the L. C.
Smith & Bro.'s typewriters which E.H.
Moses is selling, and change your old
"blind writer" for one. Equipped with
two color ribbon and any characters you
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 Cnnd? Co
Mrs. Edyth Torier Weatherred has
traveled much over the United States;
has seen all the expositions, some of
them in the employ of the State of
Oregon, and has attended national con
ventions of various kinds everywhere.
She has written much for publication
and purposes writing of her Hawaiian
trip. She says her party has been rovallv
entertained at Honolulu, but that the
party would rather have missed the rest
ortiic trip, than the visit to the island of
Hawaii and the volcano.
jOllrJ.U' Fli Lj 12! II MUil..
cUnrtcil In Jnp (Hearing, Uarriot! by
High Wind Oyer Wide Area.
Fire, started by Japanese clearing land
below Matia, Hamakua district, was car
ried into the Umber by the high wind
that sprang up suddenly and befoie be
ing stopped by the rain that fell Tuesday
night, had swept over an area eight or
moro miles in extent iu each direction.
It extended from Houokaa homestead to
Paauilo. No damage was done excepting
the destruction of some cattle range,, the
timber not having been much Inlured. as
it is believed. This burned district is on
the Parker cattle ranch aud better cattle
range may result from the burning out of
Hawaii Chapter No. 1, 0. E. S., Hilo,
Hawaii. Regular meeting of above
Chapter wilt be held on Monday even
ing, March 19II1, at 8 o'clock. Visiting
members are cordially invited to attend.
L. W. Haworth, formerly editor of the
Tridonb, writing under date of Feb. if
from Manhattan, Nev., to friends in Hilo,
states that on Jan. 10 he began publica
tion of the "Mail" at that nlaee. Man.
hattan, he says, is a typicil boom mining
town full of good opportunities to make
money of which he has not been slow to
take advantage. Christmas there were
at tents in the town; now it has built up
nine blocks long on both sides of the
street, the hillside dotted with tents, aud
lots have risen from $500 to $3500 iu
price. The boom Is founded, he says, on
valuable mining property and next sum
mer a big rush is expected. He says
Manhattan is the greatest place in Amer.
ica to "Get there Ell" in for making
money. There are also very profitable
sure thing propositions in raising alfalfa
and potatoes around the camps of Tono-
pab, Bullfrog and Manhattan. He
started the publication of the "Mall" on
Jan. 10, has subscribers from all parts of
the country aud more job work than he
can handle. He has also organized the
A. L. Smith Co. to engage in the business
of handling mining properties and stocks.
Ilonoimi Meat Market
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal. Pork,
Hams, Bacons, Corned Beef, Saus
ages, Tongues, Butter delivered to
Pepeckeo, Honomu and Hakalau
Free of Expense.
J R. QOMES, Mgr.
Telephone 88 F HONOMU
At the annual meeting of the stock,
holders of the Volcano Stables and Tnni,
porUtion Co., Ltd, held at their office on
Saturday, Pebruary 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
J.T. Moir .. ,
A. Lindsay f Directors
A. M. WILSON,
A Partial List of Dry Goods Iteceivcrt
by last "Enterprise" at E. N. Holmes'
No Transportation by Transports.
Another letter of the dlscouracln?
sort dealing with the request made by
tne board of Education, that teachers
wishing to attend summer schools on
the coast be given passage in army
transports, has been received by Sup
erintendent Babbitt from Quartermaster
General Humphreys. In spite of these
rebuffs the matter has not vet .been
given up, however.
A private letter received from Dele
gate Kuhio by one interested say:
"Owing 10 the fact that the transport
service is under constant fire in Congress
and is only retained by a very narrow
majority, the Secretory of War is obliged
in self-defense to enforce some rules in
regard to their use which he would gladly
change if he only thought it could be
done without 'wiping out the service
Itself. This fact will make it extremely
hard to get favorable actiou which
would mean so much to us."
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
At Ckamdbrs In Probath.
In the matter of the Estate of UMAYO
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINISTRA-
On reading and filing the petition of
c Muugu, wne 01 umayo llongo, al
leging that Uraayo Hongo, of Hilo, Ha
waii, died intestate at Hilo, Hawaii, on
or about tbe 16th day of February, A. D.
1906. leaving property within the juris-
(1 Ct Oil nf th a Pnllrl n......... .- I. 1
ministered upon, and praying that Letters
of Administration issue to Yoshizo Hornio.
V ? wujskku, That Tuesday, the
10th (lav nf Anril An .,: .. ...
o'clock a. m be and hereby is appointed
iu Lime mr acanng saia petition, in the
Court room of this Court, at Hilo, Ha
waii, at which 1 1 til., on I nl.u .11 --
.. ... - ......, ...,. MUi4 .,ut.c an UCIBUIIS
interested may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition should
not be granted.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, .That
notice of this Order be published three
successive weeks in the Hilo Tribune, in
Hilo, Hawaii, T. H.
,i Ditid Hilo. Hawaii, March 9U1. 1906.
CHARLES F. PARSONS,
Attest: Ch.ult judge.
A. S. LBBARON GURNEY, Clerk.
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O at, S. Smith.
Attorney for Petitioner. 20-3
White Canton Flannel
Fruit of tbe Loom Cotton
Pequot Sheeting, 5-4, 6-4,
8'4i 9-4i 'Q'4
Pequot Sheets, 72x90 and
Outing Flannels in Pink,
Blue, Cream and White
Black Velvet Ribbon all
Mousseliue de Soie
r Persian I.awn
Dimity white and printed
Floss Sofa Pillows
Children's Hose x
Ladies' Silk Gloves white
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
White Silk Belts
Men's Half Hose
White Flannel all wool
Sattccu 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
...Prices Always the Lowest...
E. N. HOLMES
Damage by Wind and Flame.
A severe wind storm sprang up Wed
nesday doing some damage in certain
localities. Onomea gulch seems to have
received the full force and six high
flumes were blown down, at an estimated
loss of 130,000. On the afternoon of
Wednesday, a fire started by settlers at
the upper end of the plantation snread
and some 40 acres of cane belonging to
Japs was burned. AH the plantation
hands were turned out to ficht the flames
and no further damage was done. Be
tween wind and fire the plantation was
treated to quite a combination of the
A Flying Trip.
A trip to the Volcano House was made
Saturday morning in time that was never
before approached and that is not likely
soon to be equalled. Bruce Kennedy
left the residence at Waiakea at 6 o'clock
with his motor-cycle, rode to the Volcano
House and registered at the hotel and
returned, arrivimr home at iolu: His.
tance 33 miles and return: climb of
3900 feet; time 4 hours, 45 minutes.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, March 18, 1906, 11 a.m.
"What doest thou here Elijah?" I Kings
IQ!M. 1:10 n. in. "All. till- rminnl nf
God," Acts 20:27.
Allen Wall, of Hilo. and Miss
Lilinoe Rov. of Kealakekua. wm nmr.
ried on March 1.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
Kiuau Departures, March lUlh.
N. G. Santos, A. II. K. Vicrra, Miss J.
Kaihcuui, Mrs. W. G. Kalbenui, Miss
A. Sullivau, Miss E. J. Rami, Miss F. C.
Harrington, Mrs. J. Grlbble, J. M.
Thompson, J. L, Thompson, II. T. Vass,
Mrs. II. T. Vass, M. A. Vasl. J. H. Ryan,
L. Ryan, Mrs. J II. Ryan, Miss N. Ryan,
T. J. Wood and wife, B. C. Lattin, Mr.
Paine, Mrs. Mc Mullen, Miss Paine,
Samuel F. Smith, W. F. Logan,
Harry P. Kaohi, N. C. Willfone.
H."E. Cooper. Cvrus Willard. T. W.
Mitchell, E. J. Waddell. A. A.Jackson,
Miss M. Kleemand, Mrs. Perry. Dr ludd.
O. Browne, Dr. S. R. Mc Donagh, f. A.
Mc Donagh, E. P. Lone, I. H. Wood.
Mrs. N. L. Blxby, Mrs. M. A. Cunnine-
ham, Mrs. S. B. Davidson, J. W. Pratt,
Mr. Howard, Miss V. W. Cunniugham,
Mrs. L. Hamlen, Miss Howard, Miss M.
bnipman, Mrs. L. A. Thurston, Miss C.
Sbipmau, C. M. Cooke.
GnK On March 7, 1906, to the wife of
G, H. Gere, u sou.
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
To Plat Addition.
The Makaoku tract of about 33 acres
opposit Cocoauut island, ou which tbe
lease expired about a year airo and which
is now held by numerous individuals as
tenants at will, will be platted into town
lots as soon as possible after the transfer of
the property from the Public Works
department to the Laud Department is
effected. It Is the intention to reserve
Kainehe point as a part naturally be-
longing to Cocoauut island. These lots
will be open for rettlement. on lone term
payments, to actual residents.
At tbe annual meeting of the Yountr
Men's Republican Club held last Tun.
day evening the following officers were
elected: J. D. Lewis, president: Rufu.
A. Lyman, Jr., first vice-president; John
Kai, jr., second vice-president; A. A.
Hapai, recording secretary; W. II. Beers,
corresponding secreUry; I. E. Ray,
treasurer; J. P. Hale, sergeant-at-arms.
The executive committee consists of the
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public affairs on the island, .uil was well
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has this day been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of Ah Wo,
deceased, late of Puna, and has miallfiVil
as such Administrator. All persons hav
ing debU or claims against the said
Estate are notified that said claims uiui
be presented to the undersigned, properly
verified, within six months from the date
hereof, or they will be forever barred.
(Signed) l. AHIP,
Hilo, Hawaii, February ao, 1906.
Cari. S. Smith, Attorney for Admin
istrator. ,3 4
The prospectus of the above Comrmnv
has been issued'and generally distributed.
Persons in search of a good home invest
ment are invited to investieate this on.
Those desiring to take an Interest in
the Company are requested to enter their
subscriptions before March 15,
L. A. ANDREWS,
P.O. Box 251 Hilo, Hawaii
A. Life Income
The Best Legacy
Manufacturers of Manila and Wrapping Paper
Manager The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York01' DC'M NV- '7'
Dear Sir: I have received policy for $ao,ooo, issued to mc favor of mv
daughter on the continuous instalment plan. my
i.tf.ttl!il"rt eJRhteen Kara of age, and this contract guarantees to her
f 1,000 at my death, and $r.ooo per annum r,s long as she Iwes. and to r.iv not
K aV.Wen,y ln5,TR,lu,cnl9 ev?" if 9he sll0Id t liv. twenty !. rsVucr my
f.rt H-tV i?MOn,? am ? much Please1 with tuls Pol"y baM upon lie
fact that I fully realize, that no matter how much money I mSiht leave ,,v
herBc"KlfefmeMlh WU,d '" " gUara"tee U'at il would lasVherXoug
lhfv,Compa'!y'8 lfa,bl,itfv um,er t,,is form of contract might be 5o,ooo or pos
sibly f 70.000, if my daughter should live to be as old as some ofKrcMtor!!
Yours very truly, Israui. W. Marshall.
WRITE TODAY FOR RATES)
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
W. A. WANN, Dist. Supt.
Honolulu, T. II.
, MELLOR. Resident Agent
jiiio, 1. u.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE 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.
Hawaii m I
Of the choicest bits
of scenery on the
Island plain or
Complete stock of
Photo Supplies, Films
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 FIRRT-.oi iec eBBw.Ar.
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sue pnoneii again, to that effect. Ilefore she huh
Mie ileum uie nutciiersay to someone in the shop:
HaUer'x liver he c.nn uet along witlmut it."
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"T ke out Mi-,
A surgical bag aud contents between I
Uakulau and Honohina. Finder please
return to Dr. Fred Irwin, Hakalau. Suit
Hilo Drug Co.
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iifoossities. ney're built for
service. Call and see them ut
the shoe specialists
Got 11 Ticket with Every Vurchase
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