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TUKSDAY, - MARCH 27, 1906.
tintcied nt the Postoffice at Hilo, Ha
waii, ns second-class matter
1'UltI.ISlini) KVHRV TUKSDW.
J. Wiuuu.ocK Marsh - Ktlitor
D. W. Maksk limitless Mnuigcr.
Thk Triiiunk's prediction that
the land department officials would
not grant the requests of the Portu
guese land associations was ,soon
verified, atid the arrows of criticism
shot by the A Sctta at TiiK Tkiii
UNK's article flew wide of the nntk.
What Thk Tkiuunk said would
Tint pineapple cannery proposi
tion for Hilo is about to be fairly
put on foot by the organization of
the company. This enterprise
promises much for Hilo and the
island. With proper management
its possibilities are without limit,
and its promises of benefit to Hilo
and vicinity correspondingly great.
Mr. Andrews deserves credit for
Staying with the proposition and
bringing it to a successful issue.
Attorney-General Peters explains
that the prisoners were removed
from Hilo jail to Oahu prison on
his advice because the jail was
overcrowded and unsanitary, and
because, in compliance with the
law, misdemeanor prisoners and
felons must be separated. The
Territory is just now building a
jail at Hilo to contain those indi
viduals condemned by the courts to
confinement as criminals. The new
jail will not be ready br occupancy
until late in the year and the de
mands to be put upon it will re
quire its completion without delay
thereafter on the plan begun. When
completed the Territory will have
quarters for its prisoners on this
island that will be neither over
crowded nor unsanitary and that
will remove the necessity of incur
ring the expense of removing prison
ers to a distance.
Removal of Prisoners.
The Attorney General explains
removal of a number of the County of
Hawaii prisoners to Honolulu to be fcr
the reason that the Hilo jail was over
crowded and unsanitary; and for the
reason, further, that misdemeanants
could not be quaitered with felons uuder
decisions of the, courts. He said "when
county government was first adopted,
there was a desire expressed by the
officials of the other islands to leave the
prisoners In the outside jails where the
were, in order that their labor might be
available on the roads and elsewhere."
"I advis d," he said, "that the pris
oners be removed from Hilo, and If they
were removed from there it followed that
they had to be removed from all the
islands. They must all be treated alike."
The Honolulu prison has been modi
fied to comply with the decisious of the
courts by having a back door cut through
the walls, providing a separate entrance
for the two classes of prisoners. A terri
torial jute-mill is proposed to employ the
inmates of the Oahu prison.
A special concert was given by the
band at the hotel 'grounds Wednesday
evening, assisted by Wm. Ellis, a well
known musician of Honolulu, who is to
nccompany the Hawaiiau baud on its
mainland tour. Mr. Ellis played the
saxophoue, also sang "Aloha Oe," with
voice nnd instrument accQinpauiment by
the members of the baud, to good elTect.
Bandmaster Carvalho states that the
band will hereafter give two concerts a
week from the baud stand and one a
month each at Waiakca nnd Mooheau
Park. Mr. Carvalho is negotiating to
get back one of his old leading players,
or in his place one tqually good. On
Sunday, April I, the band gives Oeoncert
at Pnhoa, Puna, on the Hilo Railroad.
Will Visit Ureeco.
Demosthenes Lycurgus is expected
back in Honolulu in a month or so from 1
Greece. Upon his return Mr. nnd Mrs. ,
George Lycurgus will go to Greece for I
a couple of years. Geo. Andrews, man-!
aging the Grill, expects to return to '
Greece to settle, upon the return here of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Geo. Lycurgus. Demos
thenes Lycurgus will mamge the Vol-
cano House while Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Lycurgus are in Greece.
Lauds In Dt'iuniid.
The Land Office has Issued twenty
one patents for lauds since the 26th of
January. This according to Laud Ct in
missioner Pratt, is about the average
run of business. The country is settlinj,'
up, nnd patents for home-ste.uls are
beiiiK gotten out as fast ns the Land
Office force cun handle the business.
)rft.A.Aii,aw(,,''..,.?-1,ll,7 m iTinii ;,nlTiliinrtsninMiiiiiiitwiii i n himmih
Snleiidld Mionlntr M.ulo liv illlo's
Mtllt In Company.
The nimunl Inspection of Company I)
whs held nt the Armory Thursday night
by Mnjor K. C. Van Vliet, U. S. A. The
company made n fine appearance mid nt
the conclusion of the drill the mnjor
congratulated Captain Fcttcrf compli.
mentiug the company on the showing
made. Two men only of the total enrol
ment were absent one sick, and the
other in Honolulu. So high n percent-
ngc of attendance counted for a great
deal, as much importance is attached to
this nt an inspection. The condition of
the equipment was found to be excellent
and was specially complimented, even
the sharp eyes of the major, which saw
everything with suprising readiness, fail
lug to detect eu thing more serious than
n stopper missing from n canteen or
spoon kept back in a haversack.
The inspection proper was nintle with
the company in heavy marching order
and fully accoutred. The inspection was
followed by 11 drill. Tie men were put
through the various militnry evolutions
by Cnplaiu Fetter, Major-Van Vliet and
Lieutenants LudloiTand Ilecrs, in which
a proficiency was shown that was most
creditable to all concerned. On account
of recent changes in the tactics which
the compiuy had had no opportunity to
familiarize itself with, sonic of the evolu
tions were not performed in accordance
with the latest tactics; otherwise the
movements were very well done.
Great credit is due Captain I'etter for
the high standard which the company
has reached in military proficiency.
The baud was present and enlivened
the occasion, anil the inspection was
witnessed by a number of spectators.
After the drill was over the members of
the company enjoyed refreshments in the
Wnlnkcn Social Settlement.
The friends of the Waiakca Social
Settlement will be glad to know that the
work is progressing under the nblc
management of Miss Clara M. Erbcck of
Seattle, who commenced her labors about
the middle of February.
The following items 'from Miss Er-
beck's 1 cport arc of interest as showing
the wotk being done:
Mothers' Meeting, weekly average, 10;
Dispensary, daily average, 13; Sewing
Class, weekly average, 17; Weaving,
weekly average, 17; House
visits, weekly overage, 13; Sunday
School, average, 72.
A Christian Endeavor Society has been
organized with thirteen active members.
The church services 011 Sabbath evenings
are well attended.
That the community has a personal in
terest in the Waiakca work is evident
from the fact that a number of friends
Ucnd a hand" both on the Sabbath and
at some of the weekly classes.
Kolinln Ditch Business.
Col. G. W. Macfarlanc, who arrived in
Honolulu from San Francisco recently,
nsked by the Examiner concerning his
business here, said:
"Yes, I am here in the Interests of the
Anglo-Californian Dank and the Mer
cantile Trust Co. of Calfornia to complete
the details of the Trust Deed of the
Kohala Ditch Co., and prepare for the
issue of their six per cent, gold bonds."
"Will the Honolulu public be given an
opportunity to subscribe for any ol these
"Yes, of the $ 500,000 of the bonds two.
fifths have been reserved for Hawaiian
subscriptions, 'but they have all beeu
syndicated and underwritten."
Klniiii Arrivals, March tilth.
Peter Cray, Mrs. J. Spiuola and two
children, Major R. C. Van Vliet, C. H.
Hichcock, S. S. Peck wire and child, E.
P. Parsons, C. Watcnabe, J. II. Catton,
F.C. Willfong. Mrs. H. K. Martin and
child, Miss Emma Zerbe. Miss Ivy Rich-
ards.011, J. K. Kanekuu, II. II. Scovell,
C. II. Clarke, Dr. A. Irwin. J. V. Silva,
Luuknpu Ulii, J. Maby, T. M. Rowland,
J. M. Ross, W. S. Ellis, W. W. Church
hill, F. C. Hayward, M. V. McKesson,
Dr. E. Coxe, M, V. Holden, A. F. Nor
man, MUs L. A. Whituiorc, Miss A. W.
Whitmorc, J. T. Gill and wife.
WttB WMht )W Mailflft falb,
t'utlict1 CoheeRsloiiK Denied.
Sub-Land Agent Williams received a
coiiimuiiicalion from Land Comintssioucr
l'rntt by Wednesday's mall, in reference
to the rcciuest of the Portugese for n
modification of the terms on which the
Ilakalau Inuds might 1c purchased.
The associations asked for n lower val
uation upon the land; a large ntotlmcnt
for each iudividuil; and asked that the
the mcmbeis of each nssocHiou be allowed
to file on the separate tracts. The com.
uiissloucr stated that ho could tint con
sider the modifications, and that he
would give the associations one father
opportunity to make their applications
011 the terms proposed, nnd that if such
applications were not made the lauds
would be thrown open to the public at
large for settlement. Such n reply was
to have been expected, from the explana
tions made to the representatives of the
associations by Mr, l'rntt while in Hilo.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, April t, 1906, 11 n. in.
"Grow In Grace," II l'ctcr 3:18. Recep
tion of members. Communion of the
Lord's Supper. 7:30 p. m. "Thou
shalt be His witness," Acts 32:15.
Concrete Arch at Kapue,
Fnpaikou, Hilo, County
Proposals will be received at the
County Clerk's Office, Hilo, Hawaii
until 10 o clock, a. m., of April loth,
1906, for erecting and completing n
concrete culvert at Kapue Gulch, Papal
koti. Hilo, Hawaii.
Plans and Specifications nnd blank
forms of proposals may be obtained at
the County Clerk's Office Hilo, Hawaii,
nnd with N. K. Lyman, Road Supervisor
of South Hilo.
Proposals will not be accepted unless
submitted with a certified bank check in
an amount equal to five per cent (5) of
the amount of the proposal in a scaled
envelope, endorsed: "Proposal for a
Concrete Culvert at Knpue, Papalkou,
Hilo, Hawsil," and delivered previous to
10 o'clock, n in., of the date specified at
the County Clerk's Office.
The right to reject nny or all the bids
is reserved. -
JOHN T. MOIR,
' chairman Hoard of Supervisors and
Supervisor for North and South Hilo,
County of Hawaii. 22.2
Public Lands Notice.
On Saturday, April 28th, 1906, nt 12
o'clock uoon, nt the Tublic Lnnd Office,
Hilo, Hawaii, will be sold at public nuc
tiou to the highest bidder, under' ParW,
Land Act 1995, the lease for 5 years of
Lot No. 4, Knukn, Puna, Hawaii.
Area: 24.58 acres, Upset price: $12.00
per year, with cost of this advertisement
For plan of the lot, nnd further parti
culars apply at the Land Department,
Honolulu, or Sub-Agent's Office, Hilo,
JAS. V. PRATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, T. II., March 23, 1906.
Mar. 27 Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24
Ilooliilni Aina Aiipmii.
Ma kn Foaouo, Aperiln 28, 1906, i ka
horn 12 awaken, ma kc Keeua Aina Au
puni, Hilo, Hawaii, c kuai ia aku ni ma
kc kudala akca I ka mea koho kiekie,
malalo o ka Mahele V, Kanawai Aina
1895, i ka hoolimalima no 5 makahiki, o
ka Apana 4 ma ICauka, Puna, Hawaii.
Iliaiua: 24.58 eka Kumukuai haahaa:
$12.00 no ka nmknhiki, ame ua lilo'o
1 keia hoolalia.
O ke Wii o ka aina, ame 11a kuhikuhi
P e, e loaa aku no ma ke Keena
1 Alnn Aupuni, ma Honolulu, nine ke
1 Keena o ka Hope Akena Aiua urn Hilo,
JAS. W. PRATT,
Komisina o ua Aiua Aupuni.
Honolulu, T. II., Marakl 23, 1906.
Mar. 27 Apr. 3, 10, 17, 24
The Flowers That
Bloom in theSpring
(ire with us again. They gladden the land
scape, nnd wc would not miss them for worlds
Is with us nil tile time. It gladdens the
heart of uiaii, nud were the Prima to cease
to flow it would be little short of a catas
trophe. There's health nud cheer nud (;ood
fellowship in a glass of I'rimo. : : : :
HAWAII, UftfiAVi MAIUM
Six Koreans, Ung Young iJlclc, Kim
Young Ilo, Shim Mlung Ok, Kim Young
Eh, Chong Chec Hull and Han Sang
Ung, indicted by the last grand jury for
the murder of n fellow countryman at
Kukataii 011 December 2 1, were all found
guilty of murder in the first degree, ex
cepting Han Sang UngiWho wns found
guilty of murder in the second degree.
The case was tnken up Fridny morning
and the verdict was brought in by the
jury Saturday night after rx hours' con-
sidcration. The arguments were brief.
Attorney Carl Smith defended the case.
The defendants ndmlttcd the killing, but
attempted 'to justify themselves 011 the
grounds that the murdered man was a
thief and n bad man and deserved killing.
The murder was done by beating accom
panied by torture. It was of a most
atrocious kind, was ndmlttcd, nnd no de
fense could be made.
HILO PINEAPPLE CO.
The prospectus of the above Company
has been issued and generally distributed.
Persons in search of a good home invest
ment arc Invited to investigate this op
portunity. Those desiring to lake an interest in
the Company are requested to enter their
subscriptions before March 15.
L. A. ANDREWS,
P.O. Box 25 1 Hilo, Hawaii
Rooms and Cottages
Front St., next to Cameron's
Call at Tribune Office
iBMiirniiniwiiii irirnTi 1 ti
Public Liinrts Notice,
On Saturday, March 31st, 1906, at and
after 9 o'clock a. m. at the Court House,
Houokan, Hnmakiia, Hawaii, applications
wlllbcrccciv.il under the provisions of
Part VII, Land Act 1895, (Right of Pur
chase Leases) for the following lots of
Lots 28 to 47, upper Paauiio Section,
appraised as follows:
Area. ' value.
Lot No. 23 47 acres $235.00
" 29 67 " ( 201.00
" 30 72 " 360.00
" 31 70.8 " 212.40
" 32 68.9 " 344.5o
" 33 74-5 " 223.50
3-1 8i.3 " 406.50
" 35 86.6 " 259.80
" 36 89,2 " 446.00
" 37 87 7 " 263.10
38 63.5 " 274.0O
" 39 64.2 " 192.60
" 40 67.9 " 271.60
" 4 63.5 " 190.50
" 42 62.5 " 250.00
" 43 56.9 " J79-70
" 44 67.8 271.20
" 45 54-5 " 163-50
" 46 67.1 " 268.40
" 47 67.7 " 203.10
These lauds are said to be suitable for
the culture of tobacco. ,t
Plans of the lots, and full particulars
as to necessary qualifications of appli
cants, method of applying, terms, etc.,
may be obtained at the Lnnd Depart
ment, Honolulu, Sub-Laud Agent's
Office, Hilo, or nt the Office of Jos.
Pritchard, Esq., Houokna.
JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Honolulu, T. H., February 27th, 1906.
Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27
Hoolalia Aina Auniini.
Ma ka Poaono, la 31 o Mirakl, 1906,
ka horn 9 a. m. a mahopc iho, ma ka
Hale Hookolokolo ma Houokan, llama
kua, Hawaii, e waiho la uiui no na noi
malalo o ua tnaiiao o ka Mahele VII,
Kanawai Aina 1895, (Kuleaun Kuai Hoo
limalima) no ua apana Aina Aupuni 28 a
hiki 47, tun Paauiio maiika, ncuei:
86 6 "
Ke uianao la uei, ua kupouo keia man
aiua no ke kanu i ka paka.
O na kii o ka aiua, a me na kuhikuhi
piha c pill I ua urea e kupouo n! kn men
c noi ana, ke ano o ka noi ana, etc., c
loaa no ma ke Keena Aina Aupuni ma
Honolulu, Keeua o ka Hope Akena ma
Hilo, a 1 ole ma kc Keeua o Jos. Prit
chard, Esq., ma Honokaa.
JAS. W. TRAIT,
Komisina o na Aina Aupuni.
Honolulu, T. II., Fcbcruari 27, 1906.
Mar. 6, 13, 20, 27
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1906, the following were elected officeis
for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
D. W. Marsh Vice President
J. W. Marsh..Secretary and Treasurer
R. I. Lillie Auditor
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