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Whitman's Caudles I. Turner Co.
Senator I'nluicr Woods returned home
hy Friday's Kiuntt.
Subscribe for the Thiuunk. Subscript
tloui;o per ycur.
A. M. Hums wns ii passenger for Ilono
lulu by 1'ririuy's Kinnii.
A number of luaus have been given by
Hllo people during the past week.
Traces in new and pretty patents at E.
H. Moses at prices lower than the rest.
Mr. L. Schocn returned on the Klnau
Wednesday from n visit with relatives in
Mail for Honolulu by the Mauna I.oa
will close at the postoflicc at 2:15 p. in.,
Mrs. Dr. Ulcc and son lea Ililo for
their new home in Milwaukee, Wis., byi
way of Honolulu on' the Enterprise last
F. J. Llndcrnmu, trovchng salesman
for Hackfeld & Co., arrived overland
from Mahukona Friday and registered at
On the ship John F.na, two Hawaiian
boys who shipped with her when she
left on her last trip, returned home, hav
ing sailed around the world.
Prinio Lager is an ideal beverage all
the year round. It is especially suited
to the spring and summer months, how
ever. The tonic properties of l'rluio nre
Registered at the Peacock during the
week were J. K. Dillon, Fepcckeo; F.
Irwin, Hakalau; II. E. Picker, Geo. B.
Curtis, A. R. Pcenhaur, Honolulu, S. S.
Litchfield, San Francisco.
Henry P. Bcckley, his mother Mrs.
Geo. C. Bcckley, and sister, Miss Jitatiita
Bcckley, who arc sojourning at the Vol
cano House, came down to Hilo Wednes
day, returning Friday evening.
The completion of the sewer on Front
street is being followed up by Road
Supervisor Lyman with improvement of
the street in the way of a heavy covering
of crushed rock on a section Puna-way
from Church street.
There are three applicants for the office
of deputy sherifT of North Kona J. K.
Nahale, endorsed by the republican or
ganization, J. N. Koomoa, the home rule
candidate, and R. H.Makahalupa, demo
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 3ave money Hilo Candy Co.,
D. Howard Hitchcock, a well known
artist of the islands, is in Hilo visiting
his brother, who leaves this week for
Cuba. Having studied in San Francisco,
spenttwo years in Paris, and more re
cently a year iu New York, Mr. Hitch
cock has had superior advantages.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The case of Takimoto Koichl, a Jap
anese charged with assault with attempt
to commit murder, came up for trial in
the circuit court Monday morning. The
assault was committed upon another Jap
at Pepeekeo about two months ago.
Attorney W. S. Wise appeared for the
W. K. Ragsdale, is occupying the posi
tion of deputy in the office of the clerk
of the Fourth Circuit Court, which he
Avill fill during the abseuce of C. II. W.
Hitchcock, who goes 011 a trip to Cuba
and Porto Rico. Mr. Ragsdale has had
experience iu clerical work and is well
known mid popular iu Hilo.
John Detor, of the Demosthenes hotel,
went, to the Volcano Friday to take
charge of the Volcano House for a week
during the abseuce of Geo. Lycurgus,
who has gone to Honolulu to attend the
annual meeting of the stockholders of
the KUauea Volcano House Co., Ltd., to
be held on Monday, March 26.
Every person having Dry Goods of
nuy kind to buy should read carefully
each item in E. N. Holmes' advertise
liient this week, for each one represents
a stock of goods, Tuke the item "Table
Damasks," that means a full assortment
of Bleached, Unbleached and Turkey
Red Damasks, ranging in price from 35c.
to $1.50 per yard; and so with nearly all
of them. Remember that these goods
are all new and fresh from the Eastern
, markets, and arc being offered at prices
that can not be approached.
The ship John Una arrived Sunday
evening, about 100 days from Cape Town.
She sighted land ten days ago, but was
not able to make harbor on account of
adverse winds and currents. R. T.. Guard
went out alongside, a distance of about
twenty-five miles, 011 Saturday with the
launch Anna. Sunday morning the
steamer Kauai went out and brought her
in. She comes iu ballast und will loud
about 4,700 tons of sugar for Delaware
Breakwuter. The ship made u record
run of thirty days from Cape Town to
New Zealand, a distance of about 7,500
The quick relief afforded by Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy in cases of whoop.
ping cough, makes it u favorite with the ,
mothers of small children. This remedy
liquifies the tough mucus, making it
easier to expectorate, keeps the cough 1
loose and counteracts any tendency to-1
ward pneumonia. For sale by Ililo
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Dr. C. B. Greenfield, of Houokaa, was
iu the city Saturday.
Bock Beer by the bottle, or on draught,
nt the Union Saloon.
The bark St. Catharine is out 22 days
from San Francisco and is due.
The ship Falls of Clyde sailed from
San Francisco for this port on the 24th.
Typewriter ribbons of all kinds at E.
II. Moses'. Get your next one from him.
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Peck and child, of
Honolulu, arc visiting at the home of
Mr. Peck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P.
Victor Hurd, of Hoflschlaeger & Co.,
Honolulu, is in Hilo, arriving overland
The regular meeting of the Board of
Trade will be held iu Fircmans Hall
this week Friday evening.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The Hawaiian, one of the smaller American-Hawaiian
line freight steamers It
expected to arrive iu Hilo bay iu about
J. T. Stacker, late editor of the Herald,
left for Honolulu by Friday's Kinau to
take a position on the Pacific Commercial
The Economic Shoe Co. is giving bar
gains in last year's styles. Stop in and
see if you cannot get your size at re
Mr. Charles Furneaux, formerly United
States consular agent at Hilo, has been
appointed United States Commissioner
for the District of Hilo, I. E. Ray hav
ing resigned the office.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let-the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and plaqe the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The barkentinc Geo. C. Perkins will
sail about Wednesday on her return to
the coast of Washington. She will go in
ballast and return with another load of
lumber for the Hilo Mercantile Co. .
Captaiu William Matson, president of
the Matson Navigation Co., and Mr. J.
A. Kennedy, president of the Inter-Island
Navigation Co., are expected to arrive
within two weeks to look over their
interests about Hllo.
Mr. A. Lindsay accompanied by Mr.
J. Wakefield of Davies & Co., Honolulu,
spent the week end very pleasantly at
the Volcano. Mr. Lindsay notes an im
provement in the management of the
Volcano House under Geo. Lycurpus.
Some people fatten their bump of wis
dom on ten cent candies, thereby favor
ing the purses nnd 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
Mayor R. C. Van Vllet, commanding
the army post at Honolulu, arrived in
Hilo on Wednesday's Kinau. He in
spected Company D on Thursday night
and left on Friday's Kinau for Maul,
where he inspects Company I on Satur
day, returning to Honolulu Sunday.
Two malls were received by the Hilo
postoffice Sunday. The Claudine arrived
at about 8 a. 111. bringing the Alameda
mail and left at 7 p. in. taking mail.
About 7 p. m. another mail from Hono
lulu arrived lauded at Papaikou from the
steamer Hclene and brought thence by
Bids for furnishing 1200 feet of 6-inch
cast iron pipe for thtf Hilo Water Works
have been asked for by the Department
of Public Works. The pipe is to be used
for a main on Volcano street between
Church and Ponahawaii, and the author
ities will call for early completion so as
not to delay contemplated improvement
of the street.
L. A. Andrews will enter upon his duties
as assistant manager of the Parker ranch
ou April 1. Until the cannery project is
gotten on foot and the organization is
fully completed, Mr. Andrews expects to
spend more or less time iu Hilo, There
Is probably not a more competent man
than he in the islands for the position he
has accepted. The Parker ranch, as is
well known, is the largest iu the islands
and a very valuable one containing about
300,000 acres of land, an area greater
than that of the island of Oaliu.
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The musical drama Uf Robin hood,
which is to be given at the Hilo Board
lug School 011 May 5U1, promises to be a
pleasing affair. The manager and the
participants arc unsparing in their labors
to make the music, the drama, the
scenery and the costuming true to merry
England in the the time of King Harry.
The principal characters to be port
rayed iu the play arc to be, Robin Hood,
Maid Marian, Little John, The Miller,
The Tinker, The Sheriff, Friar Tuck,
Annabel, Nan o' the Mill, Maken of the
Blue Boar, Ellen o' Dlerwold, The Bishop,
Allen a Dale, and Will Scarlet. Besides,
which there will be some forty outlaws
The choruses and solos are taken
from the de Koveu opera.
Lnst Murder Trlnl.
The last murder case to be tried at this
term of court will begin some time this
week. This is the case of Honjo Tsuju
taro, indicted with Kclzo for the murder
of Moriama. A writ of habeas corpus
was sued for him nt the last term of the,
circuit court. Attorney Harry Irwin is
defendlug the case. Fuglsaki, who is
also a defendant in this case, has agreed
to plead guilty to manslaughter, but
Honjo refuses to admit guilt or plead
guilty. The third co-defendant turued
state's evidence iu the Keizo case and the
indictment against him was nolle prosscd.
Famine Iu Jupuu.
A million people in the north of Japan
are in want for the necessaries of life due
to failure of crops. Appeals for help are
meeting a ready response iu the United
States. The President some time ago
issued a call for subscriptions for the
relief of the sufferers. The Hawaii
Shlnpo, of Honolulu, Issues an appeal iu
their behalf and asks for aid from these
islands. Subscriptions may be sent to C.
Shiozawa, proprietor of the Shlnpo, Ho
nolulu, and such subscriptions will be
transmitted as desired by the donors.
Arrested For Embezzlement.
T. M. Rowland, formerly captain of
police in Hilo, was arrested in Honolulu
on March 17, by High Sheriff Henry, on
three charges of embezzlement found by
the Hilo grand jury. The charges, aloug
with several others, had been placed on
the secret file pending his arrest. Row
land was released on ball. The case
came up in the circuit court iu Hilo on
the 23d, the defendant plead not guilty
and the case was continued for the term.
Hid iu the Hold.
On the last trip of the bark Amy Tur
ner to San Francisco, a sailor who shipped
Lfrom Hilo led those on board to believe
he had jumped overboard, having left his
clothing lying on the deck. On arriving
at port he put in an appearance on deck.
He had hidden away in the coal pit and
lived on sugar. The port physician pro
nouueed him insane. On his way to the
marine hospital he escaped aud at last
accounts had not been apprehended.
On March 21st, to Mr. and Mrs.
Wickett, a daughter.
The L. C. Smith & Bro's Visible Type
writers, which E. H. Moses is handling,
are selliug themselves. A trial is all
that it takes to convince anyone that it
is the latest and most Improved writing
machine on the market. Shipped for
approval to reliable parties. Send for
circular and other information.
The Enterprise will arrive from Hono
lulu Tuesday the 27th, nnd will leave for
San Francisco ou Friday or Saturday.
Her cargo will consist of 1500 tons of
sugar aud from 3000 to 4000 bunches of
bananas. 'The following passengers arc
booked: Mrs. Wicks and two children,
Mr. Mociue and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Snow,
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hitchcock, Mr. and
Mrs. Stewart, Miss Stewart, Mrs. E. M.
The Arizouiau, another of the big
freighters of the American-Hawaiian
line, sailed from Hilo Bay Friday after
noon with a cargo of 11,000 pounds of
sugar, the largest sugar cargo ever carried
from the islands. She took on 1,200
tons of sugar and ior sacks of awn root
at this port, She goes to Delaware
Breakwater for orders, aud will probably
be sent to Philadelphia. The awn root is
being shipped to Berlin, Germany.
A tourist party under the conductor
ship of W. S. Ellis, of Honolulu, arrived
ou the Kinau Wednesday and went to
the Volcauo Thursday morning returning
to Honolulu by Friday's Kinau, as fol
lows; N. B. Holden, Chicago; A. J
Normun, Boston; L. V. McKesson,
Toledo, Ohio; W. W. Churchill, Boston;
Dr. Davis Coxe, New York; M. C. Hey
ward, Holyoke, Mass.; Miss L. A. Whit
more, Easthamptou, Mass.; Jennie Whit
more, Valley, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
C. Gill, Philadelphia.
A farewell bachelor dinner was given
by Dr. J. F. Grace at the residence of Dr.
Stow Saturday evening. Fourteen of
the friends of the doctor were present, as
follows; Dr. Grace, Dr. Stow, Dr. A.
Irwin, Dr. F. Irwin of Hakalau, Dr. j
Greenfield of Humakua, Dr. Schoeuing,
C. C. Kennedy, Johu Watt, J. T. Moir, '
C. Cuhtendyck, J. Dillon, Cyril Smith, J. ,
E. Metcalfe aud J. U. Smith. The doc
tor left Sunday for Houokaa where on
Wednesday he will wed Miss Vera Green
field. They sturt immediately ou their
wedding trip to New Kealuiul.
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, L'liul'cll Hoctiitl
the ladles1 social Circle of Ihe First
Foreign cllurch ianvc a very successful
social at the church Friday evening, The
program nnd entertainment were pre
pared under the direction of Mrs. E. N.
Holmes and Mrs. D. W. Marsh, and con
sisted of several musical numbers inter
spersed with reading riddles nnd their
answers, which had been previously dis
tributed to individuals present. The
music was especially entertaining, nnd
consisted of n piano solo by Mrs. Jarrct
T. Lewis, a vocal solo by Mrs. Simpson,
to which she, being recalled, sang an en
core; a piano solo by Miss Wcstervclt, n
lolln solo by Mrs. Moses, which was en
cored, and an octet sung by members of
the church choir. At the conclusion of
the program, refreshments, consisting of
delicious ice creaui aud cake, were served.
Mr. L. Severance presided.
Ktnnu Departures, March 'iilrd.
Eugene J. Nefi", A. A, Glcason, Mrs. G.
V.Jftkins, Miss F. C. Hay ward, H. Gor
man, W. S. Ellis, A. J. Spltzer, A. M.
Burns, P. P. Woods, Mrs. W. A. Rowell,
MIssJ.Rowcll, Miss B. Rowell, W. A.
Rowell, C. A. Doyle, S. S. Peck, W.
Simpson, T. M. Rowland, G. Mabie, Dr.
Coxc, II. V. McKesson, M. V. Holdeu,
A. J. Norman, Miss L. A. Whitmorc,
Miss A. II. Whetmorc, J. T. Gill and
wife, IL II. Scovcll, J. T. Stacker, Mrs.
Lewis and two children, Miss Flora Har
vey. Mrs. E. A. Nawahi, J. Wakefield,
Rev. W. D. Westerveldt. Mrs. O. K.
Stillman, Mrs. H. F. Bertelmau, E. P.
Parsons, Major Van Vliet.
Improvements nt Unltrond Station.
The Waiakca station of the Hllo Rail
road Company is being much improved
and enlarged. The present building is
being raised about a foot aud a ticket
office and waiting room built as an addi
tion 011 the Puna end. The platform is
also being rebuilt. The addition of a
ticket office and waiting room will in
crease a great deal the convenience of
doing the office work of the depot and
add to the comfort of the traveling public.
Subscribe for the Tridunk Island sub
A surgical bag and contents between
Hakalau and Honohiua. A reward of
J25 will be paid for its return to Dr.
Honomu Meat Market
Choice Beef, Mutton, Veal, Pork,
Hams, Bacons, Corned Beef, Saus
ages, Tongues, Butter delivered to
Pepeekeo, Honomu and Hakalau
Free of Expense.
R. QOMES, Mgr.
Telephone 88 F HONOMU
Saturday, March 31, '06
At 1:30 o'clock p.m., at Hnckfeld's
Coffee nlll Warehouse
Under instructions from 'the Trustees
of the Estates of Y. Hamada and I. No
mura. I will sell the, book accounts of the
Full particulars at office of II. Hackfeld
& Co., Ltd.
Also the following articles belonging
to the estate of Y. Hamada.
2 shaft hangers
5 wooden wheels, 4 ft.
1 ohia log.
1 fanning mill.
1 platform scale.
1 lot wooden stamps.
1 standing desk, 6 ft.
A. S. LeBavoii Gu'riioy,
A trip on the Kinau is to be dreaded
unless you are supplied with our
They are a sure preventive. Take
a bottle with you next time! Price
fifty cents. .
Directions for Taking:
One pellet every is minutes until
five are taken.
Hilo Drug Co.
AKOU.ND TIIU COUNKK l'UOM Til It IIOT1II,
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of Dry Goods by March "linlcrprise"
at E. N. Holmes'
Silk Dotted Swiss, nil colors.
Carrcaux de Sol.
Swiss Muslin, colored dots
Cheese Cloth, all colors
Laces, all kinds
India Dimity, check
Soisettc, Dress Goods
Black Oil Cloth, duck and drill
Ball and Socket Fasteners '
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Boys' Waists, white aud colored
Boys' Knee Pants
Tattoo Alarm Clocks
Ladies' Driving Gauntlets
Umbrellas, ladies' and gents'
Toilet Soap, all kinds
Sllkoliue, new patterns
E. N. HOLMES
A Life Income
The Best Legacy
Manufacturers of Manila and Wrapping Paper
,f , 4. . , ,, YORKI.VN, Del., Nov. 17.
Manager The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York.
Dear Sir: I have received policy for 520,000, issued to me in favor of mv
daughter on the continuous instalment plan.
My daughter is but eighteen years of age, and this contract guarantees to her
f i.oco at my death, and $ 1,000 per annum is long as she lives, nnd to pay not
less than twenty installments even if she should not live twenty years nfter my
death. The reason I am so much pleased with this policy is based upon the
fact that I fully realize, that no mntter how much money I might leave my
daughter at my death I would have no guarantee that it would last her throunh
her entire lifetime. "
iTll(iCompnnv's ,inoilit,v uder this form of contract might be 50,ooo or pos
sibly J70000, if my daughter should live. to be os old as some of her ancestors.
Yours veT truly, ISRAia. W. Maksham,.
WRITE TODAY FOR RATES.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
W. A. WANN, Dist. Supt. E
Honolulu, T. II.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
National Firo Insurance Co.
Niagara Firo Insurance Co.
Corman-Amerlcan Firo Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Fire Insurance Co.
United Statos Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
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
Just 1 1 7
We lmve uiiir assortment of sizes
nml vidths hut cannot promise to
lit everyone from this lot.
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l'cets' Invisible Hooks and Eyes
DcLong's Hooks nnd Eyes
lllick licit Pins
Gentlemen's Half Hose
Handkerchiefs, nil kinds
Spool Silks, all colors
Boys' Windsor Tics
While Embroidery Cotton
Silks, 27-inch, all colois
Chemise, skirt length
Embroidered Shirt Waists
Corset Cover Embroidery
Infants' nnd Children's Bonnets
Any of the above goods
we arc now showing in
large variety, and at
the lowest prices
C. MELLOR, Resident Agent
Hilo, T. II.
We lmve M7 pairs of fine blioes for
men and women last year's styles
which we want to close out.
We sold them at prices from J3.50 to
$6.50 last year, hut will close them out
At $1.00 to $3.50 Cash
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