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Wbltumn's Caudles L. Turner Co.
Easter clilckeni and cards. Woll,
Nichols Co. a'-4
The hark Annie Johnson will sail for
San Francisco Ihc latter p itt pf the week.
Victor Hurtl, of HofTschlaeger Co.,
returned to Honolulu on Friday's Kinau.
' Large assortment 6f Boy's Knee Pants at
50 cents at K. N. Holmes' Store.
H. Lehman returned Saturday front a
week's trip by private conveyance to Ha
tnakua. T. O. Mitchell, of Kaumana, returned
Wednesday from n two weeks' trip to
J. E. Balph, who hns been in the cm
ploy of Wall, Nichols Co., has gone to
J. I,indcman, traveling salesman for
Hackfeld & Co., Honolulu, returned
borne on the Kinau Friday.
During my absence, A. S. LcBaron
Ourncy will act as my audit. C. II. W.
The reduction in fare on the Matson
steamers to $60 between San Francisco
and Hllo has gone into effect.
Immense new stock of While Dress
Goods, Laces, Kid Gloves, Ruchlng, Etc,
just received from the Eastern markets',
at Holmes' Stoie.
John Dctor, temporary host at the
Volcano House, was in Hilo Wednesday,
returning to the volcano with the tourists
W. II. C. Campbell and wife, or Hilo,
and Mrs. Angeliue Mossinan, of Hono
lulu, their guest, spent Saturday and
Sunday at the volcano.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
Mr. B. B. Macy, of Hakalau, who
arrived in Hawaii in '62 from New
England, was in the city Tuesday last
calling upon his old friends.
David Douglas, mechanic in charge of
the rolling stock on the Ewa plantation,
Oahu, made a flying trip to Hilo on
business, arriving Wednesday and return
Battenberg materials of all kinds at E.
II. Moses. Phone 1 78.
Mrs. Geo. Beckley. her son Henry, and
daughter, Juanita, of Honolulu, who are
sojourning at the the Volcano House,
pent Saturday and Sunday visiting the
family of Julian Mousarrat in Kau.
A. H. Ellers, a well known business
mau of Portland, Oregon, head of a piano
house in that city bearing his name, was
in the city Wednesday night, took the
volcano trip and returned to Honolulu
Mr. II. Picker, of Honolulu, represent
ing the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
Co., who is also prominently known in
yachting circles in that city, returned
from a two weeks' visit in Hilo by Fri
'Entire uew stock of Tapestry and Rope
Portiers at Holmes' Store.
Harry Wicks, chief engineer and super
intendent of Olaa Sugar Co., will leave
for Honolulu shortly and after settling
up his affairs there will depart for his
future home in California where his
family have already gone.
Chas. P. Wilder, Hawaiian Consul at
San Francisco during the time of the
republic, now connected with the Terri
torial tax department, arrived on the
Kinau and will be tu Hilo a couple of
weeks on bustness couuected with his
Some people fatten their bump of wis
dom 011 ten cent candles, 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
Mrs. J. C. Moclne was a roy .tiger or
the Enterprise for S iclsco. Mr.
Moclne will- ...''date, meeting
Mrs. Mc .'n Fraucisco, when
the' Spokane, Wash,, am)
' egou, on a visit to relatives,
f.ie will be absent five or six
On Thursday, for the second time since
it began operation, about five years, the
electric light company was compelled to
fire up the furnaces nud use steam to
lielp out water power. Water in the
Walluku is almost ubprecedentedly low
and rains are hoped for.Manager Mocine
has delayed leaving for tlii coast on this
Bock1 Beer by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon. ,
D. H. Hitchcock, the artist of Hono-1
lulu, retnrned home by Friday's Kinau. I
Mr. Hitchcock is instructor in drawing '
and painting in the Kanieliameha School
and is also engaged iu preparing illustra
tions for a San Francisco book publlca- I
tlon. He was called to Hilo by the
departure of hla brother, C. H. W. Hitch-1
cock, and family, for Cuba.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the. Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same 011
the market for you. Liberal cash ad-'
Vances made on shipments.
Mrs. G. II. Gere and infant daughter,
accompanied by Mrs. Gere's sister, Miss I
Loom is, will go to Honolulu by the
Kiuuii of April 19, where they will reside, 1
Mr. Gere huviug secured the position of
engineer of the county of Oahu. I
sWimjrww tl juJtK
Infants' and Children' While Lisle
Hose at Holmes' Store.
The Imk St. Katharine arrived from
San Fraucisco Monday night.
Attention is called to the advertisement
of J. R. Wilson offering mules for sale.
Attention is called to changes in the
advertisement of Davlcs & Co. In this
The best qtiillty of sewing machine oil,
needles and sewing machine supplies at
E. II. Moses'.
The county Board of Supervisors meets
Tuesday morning at 9 oclock for the
In the absecc of Captain Fetter, Com
pany D drill Friday evening was con
ducted by Lieut. Ludloff.
Easter vacation for the territorial
schools will begin on April 6 and con
tinue till Monday, April 16,
Foreign mail, landed from the steamer
Maul at Paauhau Friday afternoon, ar
rived at the Hilo postoflice about noon
The meeting of the Catholic Ladles'
Aid Society will be held at St. Joseph's
School next Friday at ayo p. in. S. de
Hackfeld & Co., local agents, have
advice that the bark Amy Turner sailed
from San Francisco for this port on the
28th of March.
Mrs. E. Loebenstein was a passenger for
San Francisco on the Enterprise Friday,
returning thence after a long visit with
her chid re 11 in Hilo.
We have just opened a large stock of
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, direct from
the Eastern markets, selling at New
York prices. Holmes' Store.
The steamer Enterprise carried from
Hilo this trip thirty tons of coffee shipped
by W. S. Terry, of the Hilo Coffee Mill,
E. N. Holmes, and Hackfeld & Co.
A house belonging to T. K. Lalakea,
on property covered by the proposed ex
tension of Bridge street, is being removed
to the mauka side of the future street.
Did you know you can purchase an im
proved Victor Talking Machine from E.
II. Moses on small monthly installments,
hep in and hear some of the latest music.
Registered nt the Peacock during the
vyeek were: Hugh F. Sturtevant, Hono
kaa; F. W. Taylor, Paauilo; Donald S.
Macalister, England; R. Betton Larflit,
The report is current around the county
offices that R. Makahalupa has with
drawn in favor of J. K. Koomoa iu the
congest for appointment as deputy shriff
of North Konn.
Five hundred pairs Men's Trousers
direct from one of the largest manufac
turers in the United States, very latest
style in cut and material, at prices made
to tempt the buyer. Holmes' Store.
Mr. L. Turner presented to the board
of directors of the L. Turner Co., Ltd.,
his resignation as manager and director,
at a meeting held on Saturday, March 31.
The resignation was taken under advise
mont. John Detor returned Monday morning
from the Volcano House, where he has
been very ably looking after the comfort
of guests as manager for a couple of
weeks during the absence of mine host
Lycurgus in Honolulu.
The Board of Prison Inspectors have
received back approved the prison rules
and regulations drawu up by them and
sent to the Acting Governor. The Board
is composed of E. N. Holmes, W. II.
Beers and A. B. Lindsay of Honokaa.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
J, R. Daggett, of San Francisco, who
has spent several weeks, most of the
time at Hilo and in its vicinity, returned
from, a trip to Honolulu by Wednesday's
Kdiau, and left by the Enterprise Friday
for home. Mr. Daggett has not yet seen
It rain in Hilo.
Deputy Prosecuting Attorney F. W.
Milverton, having completed the work
requiring his attention before circuit court
returned to Honolulu Friday. Mr.
Milverton conducted the prosecutiou of
the important criminal cases tried at this
term of court with ability and made
many friends in Hilo. He took- the
volcano trip while on the island, going up
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
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hoillh llliull KlItttl'tHlllllH'tlt.
Tile reilcarSuls tor llle Rubin HouM
entertainment nte plogrcsslng most
The music Is sure to be a great hit.
The sylvan surroundings together with
appropriate costuming will lend much to
The choruses, composed of the Hllo
Boarding School boys assisted by local
talent, are in charge of Miss Caroline
The solos, ducts nnd quartetis arc in
charge of Mrs. J. T. Lewis. Those
assisting In the solo work are Mrs. Lewis,
Mrs. L. Hapai, Mrs. Sicmsseii, Mr. Chas.
King, Mr. J. W. Marsh, Mr. W. II. Beers,
Mr. Cool and Mr. Jeremiah Maluo.
Newspaper Company Formed.
The organization of the Ka Hoku o
Hawaii Publishing Company was effected
at a meeting held Tuesday evening,
March 36, and the following officers
were elected: W. II. Beers, pres.j J.
Kai, Jr., vice pres.; A. A. Hapai, sec; P.
Victor, treas.; R A. Lyman, Jr., auditor;
directors, J. P. Hale, J. Oliver. The
capital stock Is $1000, with the privilege
of increasing to $10,000., par value of
stock, $5 per share. The articles of asso
ciation were forwarded to the territorial
treasurer. The object of the company is
to publish a republican newspaper in the
Dr. John J.Grace of Hilo, and Miss
Vera Greenfield, daughter of Dr. aud
Mrs. C. B. Greenfield of Honokaa, were
married at 11 a. m., March 38, at the
residence ot the bride's parents. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. Mr.
Llndslay of Honokaa. Mr. Sheffield
Grace was best man and the bridesmaids
were Miss Greenfield and Miss Louise
Greenfield, sisters of the bride. Wed
ding breakfast was served at twelve
o'clock, after which Dr. and Mrs. Grace
left for Mahukona, where they took the
steamer Kinau Friday for Honolulu,
Registered at Hotel Demosthenes dur
ing the week were Mr. and Mrs. McAl
pine and A. Urcine, Scotland; A. Eilers,
Portland, Oregon; D. Douglas, Ewa
Plantation; Chas. F. Wilder; Mrs. A.
Mackintosh, MissG. Mackintosh, Seattle,
Wash.; Miss A.J. Porter, Rochester, N. Y.
The contract between the Trustees of
the Hilo Hospital and Dr. John' Holland,
which Dr. Hayes has been temporarily
carrying on, has been terminated, and
hereafter the hospital will be under the
management of the trustees.
The Kiug's Daughters have charge of
the union meeting at the Haili Church
next Sunday evening. Music aud other
exercises are arranged with view to the
celebration of Palm Sunday. All arc in
vited. First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, April 8, 1906, it a
"He bearing Ills cross went forth,"
Road Supervisor N. K. Lyman, having
finished painting the lower Walluku
river bridge, is now having the upper
bridge treated in the same manner.
Graphite paint is being-used on the- steel
work, while the wood railing is getting a I
coat ot crude oil, oy way or experiment.
The management of the Hilo tennis
club is having the club's courts covered
with a coating of sand and oil, thoroughly
packed. This dressing for courts has
been tried in Honolulu aud found to be
a success, aud when the work is com
pleted the Hllo courts will be iu first
Fine Candlesand Confectionary, "that's
our buslnsss." To get one hundred
cents' worth for a dollar, "that's yours."
Let's get together. By your candles from
us aud save money Hilo Candy Co.,
L. A. Andrews left Saturday by private
conveyance for Wuiamea to be on hand
April 1 to enter upon his duties as assis
tant manager of the Parker ranch.
Mr. Andrews expect to pay-Hilo a visit
in abeertwo'Yreelcs.v Completion oNthe
orgaBizanoHvoi-ine cannery company
and matters connected therewith are left
in the hands of E. E. Richards.
Geo. Lycurgus, manager of the Vol
cano House, with his wife and child, ar
rived overland Saturday from Honolulu
by way of Paauhau and went up to the
Volcano Sunday. Mr. Lycurgus has
been iu Honolulu for some time com
batting misrepresentations as to the trip
to Hawaii and the Volcano, made in
most cases by individuals who have never
made the trip, but who have formed the
The Enterprise sailed Friday at noon
for San Francisco. She carried passengers
as follows: Mrs. Harry Wicks and two
daughters, Mrs. Mocine, Mr. and Mrs.
F. G. Snow, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. II. W.
Hitchcock, Mrs, E. M. Loebenstein, Rev.
aud Mrs. W. C. Stewart and daughter,
and J. R. Daggett. She had 33 Japanese, I
steerage. Her cargo consisted of 1500
tons of refiued sugar taken 011 at Hono-
lulu, 1500 tons raw sugar from this port
and the usual shipment of bananas.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk Island sub.
scriptlon fa. 50,
I'rinilniU II uM lies iilsposeii
On Thursday, March 39, Honjo Tsuuia
taro and Fuglsaki Matsataro were
sentenced by Judge Parsons, each to ao
years' hard labor and to pay the costs of
the action, they having plead guilty to
manslaughter iu the first degree. Tnkl
moto Koichl was found guilty by the
jury of "assault and battery with a
deadly weapon," aud a sentence of one
year at hard labor and to pay the costs of
the action was passed upon him.
The penalty for having committed the
crime of murder In the first degiee was
Imposed upon the five convicted Koreans
by Judge Parsons on Thursday, March
39, as follows: Shim Miung Ok, Kong
Young Bok, Woo Mlung Sook, Chang
Chce Yuel and Kim Young Yee. Woo
Mlung Sook and Chang Chec Yuel asked
leave to make a statement, which was
granted. Han San Won, convicted of
murder in the second degree, was sen
tenced to 35 years at hard labor.
The case of Dr. A. B. Clarke against I.
G. Scrrao for damages came up for trial
on Friday. Chas. M. LeBloml appeared
as attorney for the plaintiff and Carl S.
Smith for the defense. A number ol
witnesses were examined and the case
reached the jury Saturday. After several
hours the jury brought Iu a verdict for
the defendant. Exceptions were taken
to the verdict and a motion for a uew
trial made. This is the second trial of
the case, the first resulting in a mis-trial.
The trial jury was dismissed for two
Two petitions asking for the appoint
ment to the office of deputy sheriff of
North Kona have been received by
County Clerk Pua. J. K. Nahale has
made personal application for the place
to the Board of Supervisors and a
petition endorsing his candidacy, signed
by a number of representative citizens of
the district, is on file. A petition to the
board, asking for the appointment of J.
N. Koomoa, also, has a number of signers .
Famished Rooms for Kent.
Latge, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
A surgical bag and contents between
Hakalau and Ilouohina. A reward of
$35 will be paid for its return to Dr.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. o.
F. and A. M. There will be
special meeting of the above
lodge on Tuesday. April 1.
1906, at 7:30 p. m. Work in Second
Degree. Sojourning and visiting breth
ren are cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
J. R. Wilson begs to inform the public
that he has 100 good mules on hand,
suitable for any kind of plantation work.
Price $i50, F. O. B.
Mr. Wilson is devoting his entire time to
this business, can ship just whit is re
quired, and will guarantee all stock to be
as ordered. Address all orders to
J. R. WILSON
479 EHIs Street
33-4 San Francisco
A trip on the Kinau is to be dreaded
unless you are supplied witii our
They are a sure preventive,
a bottle with you next time,
Directions for Taking:
One pellet every 15 minutes until
five are taken.
Hilo Drug Co.
SPRECKELS BLOCK J
AROUND TUB CORNUR FROM THB UOTBL
-y---- iT-irnur rMiili,mnW
of Dry Goods by March "Enterprise"
at E. N. Holmes'
Silk Dotted Swiss, nil colors.
Carrenux de Soi.
Swiss Muslin, colored dots
Cheese Cloth, all colors
Laces, all kinds
Sun Bonnets '
India Li 11 on
India DImlly, check
Soisette, Dress Goods
Black Oil Cloth, duck and drill
Ball nnd Socket Fasteners
Men's Shirts nud Drawers
Boys' Waists, white and colored
Boys' Knee Pants
Tattoo Alarm Clocks '
Kid Gloves '
Ladies' Driving Gauntlets
Umbrellas, ladies' aud gents'
Toilet Soap, all kinds
Silkoline, new patterns
A Life Income
The Best Legacy
Manufacturers of Manila and Wrapping Paper
Manager The Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New York. ' ' ' ' "' V '7'
Dear Sir: I hove received policy for $20,000, issued to me la favor of mv
daughter 011 the continuous instalment plau.
My daughter is but eighteen years of age, and this continct guarantees to her
$1,000 nt my death, and $1,000 per annum as long as she lives, and to pay not
less than twenty installments even if she should not live twenty years after my
t 1.V ,TThe feason I am so much pleased with this policy Is based upon the
lact tliat I fully realize, that no matter how much money I might leave my
daughter at my death I would have no guarantee that it would last her through
her entire lifetime. "
'The Company's liability under this form of contract might be $50,000 or pos
sibly $70 000, if my daughter should live to be as old as some of her ancestors.
Yours very truly, Israki, W. Marshall.
WRITE TODAY FOR RATES.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
W. A. WANN, Dist. Supt.
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART l
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU
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8 9 10 11 12 AT3eda 5S,ftla
IK IP 17u '8 1Q NebrskanJAm.Maru
IU IU II A Alameda Iu 20 21
JMebrtk-n 23 Veng tS 1 26 27 28
29 30 " iMT,ia 3 A,Tda i
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Vessels whose names appear OVER the dale ARRIVE from the Const.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; ft) To Colonies: It) To
Victoria: B. C; (J) To Yokohama. V" ..)
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. iu.
S. S. Mauna Loa'smail closes in Hilo on Saturdays and Tuesdays marked
(X) at 3:15 p. in., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Just 1 1 7
We have .1 fair assortment of sizes
and widths but cannot promise to
fit everyone from this lot.
Peels' Invisible Hooks nnd Eyes
DeLong's Hooks and Eyes
Black Belt Pins
Gentlemen's Half Hose
Handkerchiefs, all kinds
Spool Silks, all colors
Boys' Windsor Ties
White Embroidery Cotton
Silks, a7-iuch, nil colois
Chemise, skirt length
Embroidered Shirt Waists
Corset Cover Embroidery
Infants' and Children's Bonnets
Any of the above goods
we are now showing iu
large variety, and at
the lowest prices
MELLOR. Resident Agent
11110, J.. 11.
AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
We have 117 pairs of fine shoes for
men nud women last year's styles
which we want to close out.
We sold them at prices from $3.50 to
$6.50 last year, but will close them out
At $1.00 to $3.50 Cash
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