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THE WEEKLY HItO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAW
All, TUESDAY, APRIL- to, 1906.
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Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
The bark Annie Johnson will sail for
San Francisco on Wednesday.
Large assortment of Hoy's Knee Pants at
50 cents at K. N. Holmes Store.
On Thursday's count, Co, D was 8000
votes ahead lu the automobile race.
L. A. Andrews arrived by the Klnau
Tuesday, returning to Watntea Friday.
Infants' ami Chlldrens' White Lisle
Hose 'at Holmes' Store.
The engagement of Dr. Archer Irwin
and Miss Louise Monte Verde is an
nounced. Principal Richmond, of the High
School, is spending his Easter holidays
Chas. T. Wilder, of the tax depart
ment, returned Sunday from a trip up
the north coast.
B Onome, o well-known cane grower
and merchant at 15 mile, is at the Hilo
hospital under treatment.
Sewing machines rented by the week
or month, also repairing of machines at
reasonably rates at K. II. Moses.'
The business of the tax office is being
transacted for a few days in the Tribune
building, while painting the tax office is
The Misses Lilinoe and Harriet Hapai,
of the Union School, are spending their
vacation at Judge Hapai's residence at 13
Immense new stock of White Dress
Goods, Laces, Kid Gloves, Ruching, Etc.,
just received from the Eastern markets,
at Holmes' Stote.
The office room of the local land office
lias been much improved in appearence
by having the walls covered with a
coating of fresh paint.
Victor talking machines, records and
needles. The largest best and selected
stock always on hand at E. H. Moses.'
T. II. Davles & Co. have bought out
L. Turner's interest in the L. Turner Co.,
Ltd., at Hilo. Mr. Turner and family
will probably move to Honolulu. Ad
vertiser. Rev. E. G. Silva, pastor of the Portu
guese evangelical church, expects to leave
soon on a three mouths' vacation to the
mainland. He expects to go as far east
Easter holidays in the two Catholic
schools of the city, St Joseph's and St
Mary's, will begin on Friday. April 13,
Good Friday, and continue till the Mon
day after Easter, April 33.
P. G. da Rosa, of the Olaa Saloon,
leaves next week on a visit to his old
heme in the Azores. Mr. Rosa will re
main away about five months. He lias
lived in Hawaii for 25 years.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Registered at the Peacock during the
week were A. F. Evart, D. B. Macona
chie, Mrs. Otto H. Swczcy, Honolulu;
Mrs. M. N. Walsh, Cleveland, O.; Geo.
W. Carr, Honolulu; J. Mousarrat and
Pine Candles and Confectionary, "that's
our business." To get one hundred
cents' worth for a dollar, "that's yours."
Let's get together. By your caudles from
us and save money Hilo Candy Co.,
The Sunday School of the First Foreign
Church will have appropriate Easter
services next Sunday. The program will
begin ten minutes past 10 o'clock. All
friends and parents of the children are
cordially invited to be present.
A fine stockoflacesatE.il. Moses',
at prices below what you pay for them
elsewhere for on inferior quality. You
will also find most everything you need
in the fancy work liue here. Always
new goods at prices that will not drive
Registered at Hotel Demosthenes dur
ing the week were T. W. Crosby, Pasa
dena, Cal.; Ira S. Parke, Detroit; Wm.C.
Parke, Honolulu; Mrs. J. W. Laiug, Los
Angeles; Mrs. Marian A. Salisbury, Min
neapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Brom.
mer, Brooklyn, "N. Y.; E. S. Hubbard,
Dr. E. E. Keller, Salt Lake City; G. N.
Umbsen, G. W. Brown, San Francisco;
Michael Bauerle, Chicago; John Shields,
Grand Junction, Colo.; F. F. Crowson,
Stoneham, Mass.; Mrs. O. II. Swanzey,
Honolulu; Mrs. M. II. Walsh, Cleveland;
Miss Jaunita Beckley and maid, and Mrs.
Geo. C. Beckley, Honolulu.
Mr. Thos A. Burnlnghdm, of Honolulu,
und Mrst Eunice F. Greggs, of Towauda,
Pa,, were married in Honolulu Monday,
The bride formerly resided in Hilo and
Honolulu, and for the past six months
has lived as her old home in Towauda,
Pa. She returned to Honolulu on the
last Korea. The groom is traveling
representative for Hall & Sou and is one
of the very popular knights of the grip
in the Hawaiian Islands.
To Open Liilmliia Hunk.
C. D. Lufkin of the first National Bank
of Wailuku will go to Lahalna ou April
3 to open a new buuk at that place,
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Easter chickens and cards. Wall,
Nichols Co. ai-4
The steamer Enterprise salts from San
Francisco on the 14th.
Entire new stock of Tapestry and Rope
Portiers at Holmes' Store.
The ship Falls of Clyde arrived Friday,
13 days from San Eraucisco.
Julian Monsarrat, manager of Kapapala
stock ranch, Pahala, was in the city
During my absence, A. S. LeBaron
Gurncy will act as my agent. C. II. W.
Judge T. C. Parsons went on a horse
back trip to the Volcano Thursday,
arriving back Sunday.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Miss Deyo and Miss Loomls, of the
Union School, drove to the Volcano
House Monday for a few days' stay.
Dr. A. B. Clark and wife left on the
Klnau Friday for Honolulu. He expects
to visit Hilo again about the end of the
Mrs. G. W. Hapni returned from Hono
lulu Friday, when she has been visiting
for three months with her daughter, Mrs.
Subscribe for the Tridunk Island sub
P. C. Beamer went to the Volcano
Sunday morning to enjoy a change of
climate for a few days. He will return
awheel by way of Kau.
We have just opened a large stock of
Ladles' Muslin Underwear, direct from
the Eastern markets, selling at New
York prices. Holmes' Store.
Horace Slsson, formerly in the em
ploy of Hackfeld & Co., Hilb, has
accepted a position as ticket agent for the
Hilo Railroad Co. at Walakea.
Geo. W. Carr, Assistant Superintendent
Railway Mail Service, was in the city
over the last Klnau trip looking after
mail route business in the vicinity of Hilo,
The Volcano Stables report a number
of tickets for the Volcano sold during
the week by Island residents taking
advantage of the special rates now in
Mr. L. Dangerfield, bookkeeper for
Ookala Sugar Co., will leave shortly for
the coast, remaining some time. Mr. J.
T. Lewis takes his place and will remain
until his return.
Bock Beer by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon.
In connection with laying the sewer
main on Pitman Street between King
and Church, the road supervisor is mak
ing a two and a half foot cut and evening
up the grade of the street.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter returned ' from
Honolulu Friday. He delivered over to
the high sheriff his thirteen prisouers,
six of whom were first degree murder,
and was glad to be rid ot them.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Dr. Fitzgerald of Kobala, after being
located on this island for the past four
years, has gone to Honolulu to accept an
appointment tendered him as assistant to
U. S. Veterinary Surgeon Norgaard.
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.
Captain Sayce, a retired British naval
officer, and his nephew, Donald S. Maca
lister, left for Honolulu Frldiy, after ten
days in Hilo. Captain Sayce goes on a
trip to Tahiti, and Mr. Macalister will
visit at a Molokai ranch until his return.
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
The democrats of Hilo, rumor has it,
are considering the matter of publishing
a paper in the Hawaiian language, fol
lowing the example of the republicans.
They talk of calling it Ka La o Hawaii,
the "Sun of Hawaii," probably supposing
the name will serve to obscure the re
publican publication, Ka Hoku o Hawaii,
"The Star." It will require more than
a name to do that.
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
ONOMKA KESUMES (lltlNI)INU.
Mill Helmut In Kcinnrknblr Short
The Ouomea Sugar Co.'s Mill started
grinding at 13:30 a. m. Monday. The
fact that the mill Is able to resume opera
tions so soon, reflects great credit on
Manager Molr and Engineer Cant. The
great fire, which occurred only about 9
weeks ago, consumed the boiling house
and destroyed most of the machinery and
this had to be procured at a distance,
some as far as New York. No amount of
energy has been spared by the manage
ment to get the mill rebuilt and in opera
tion, and its success shows that hard
work and good judgment will work
wonders here as elsewhere.
STEAMER OLYMl'IA IN TOUT.
After Japanese Laborers for the
The steamship Olympia, Captain John
Truebridge, arrived from Honolulu about
t o'clock Monday and anchored off the
foot of King Street. She was put on the
San Pedro-Honolulu run recently, osten
sibly to complete for freight business,
but, as It appeared, really to transport
Japanese laborers. She brought 198
Japanese, two cabin passengers and Judge
Geo. D. Gear, Japanese agent ot Hono
lulu. The judge stated that he knew
very little about the business of the
steamer and that he came to the island
on other legal business. The steamer is
in port to carry Japanese to the coast,
and how long she will remain is not
known. The Olympia is a steamer of
1730 tons, carries a crew of 59 men and
registers from Port Townsend, Wash.
Merry Adventures of llobln Hood.
The characters who appear In Sherwood
Forest on May 5, are Robin Hood (Mr.
Wm. McClusky), Littlejohn (Mr. A. G.
Curtis), Wat, the Tinker (Mr. D. E.Metz
ger), Midge, the Miller (Mr. J. W.
Marsh), Maid Marian (Mrs. A.G.Curtis)
Nan o' the Mill (MIssL. Hapai), Annabel
(Mrs. Chas. Siempsen), Makeu o' the
Blue Boar (Miss H. Hapai), Ellen o' Dier
wold (Miss Catherine Westervelt), the
Sheriff (Mr. W. H. Beers), Friar Tuck
(Mr. G. A. Cool), Sir Stephen (Mr. L.
Severance), the Bishop (Mr. E. E. Rich
ards), Farmer o' Dierwold (Mr. Chas.
Selmpsen), Allen a Dale (Jereininh Mat
uo), Will Scarlet (James Matoon), David
o' won easier (uoicm vamamoto), seven
King's Foresters and thirty-five Outlaw?.
New Steamer lltlonlnii.
The steamer Hllonian, "purchased 011
the Eastern coast by the Matson Navi
gation Company, for service between
here and Hilo, is now out thirty-twp
days from New York, and should arrive
within a month. The Hllonian was
formerly the Spanish steamer Gaedetano
and is under the command of Captain
Peter Jonson, formerly of the bark
Roderick Dhu and the steamer Rosecrans.
Chronicle, March a6.
Mrs. C. W. Hill will teach in the Union
School, taking the place of Miss Loomls,
who has been transferred to the Hono
schools. Miss Stephanie Guard has
taken the place in the Haaheo School
made vocant by the transferral of Miss
Franc Eaton to the Honolulu schools.
Miss Guard is transferred from the
school at 12-mile.
Week's Mall Service.
The Inter-Island S. S. Co. got four
malls over from Honolulu to Hilo during
the last 10 days and carried three in
return. Besides the Klnau mall Wed
nesday, malls were received Saturday,
the 30th, Monday, the and, and Sunday,
the 8th; and were despatched Wednes
day, the 4th, Friday, the 6th and Satur
day, the 7th.
Wnlmea Lands Sale.
Geo. II. Williams goes to Wainiea by
the Kinau Friday to sell the Paulama
tract a ten-acre lot adjoining the Parker
ranch. The sale will occur on April 14,
and will be made at auction. An offer
of $74. an were has been made ou the lot.
From there Mr. Williams will go to
Kohala and will return on the neat
To luspcct Hilo Wharr.
J. A. Kennedy, August Dreier and G,
N. Wilcox will go to Hilo next week to
inspect the railway wharf at Hilo, for the
purpose of determining whether certain
improvements and renovations will not
put the wharf into condition satisfactory
lor the use of the Inter-Island Steuni
Navigation Company. Star.
Hums und Scalds.
The paiu of a burn or scald is almost
instantly relieved by applying Chamber
lain's Pain Balm with a feather. It
alio heals the injured parts more quickly
than any other treatment and unless the
burn is very severe does not leave u scar,
For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
It is stated that the shortage of C. B.
WMls, as postmaster at Kawaibae,
amounts to $495, though the warrant for
his arrest mentions but $57.60. His
defense is that the money was lost in the
burning of the postoDice some months
Subscribe for the Triuuns, Subscrip
tionjjo per year,
FftUitTII OF JULY HACKS.
Hays' Program llclng Pro-
'Hawaii Jockey Club has in pre
paration an extensive program for races
Fourth of July at Hoolulu Park.
pes will be for Hawaiian bred
and will occupy two da)8, July
5th. The entrance fee will be 10
of the purse, but no stall fee
will be Miarged, professional jockeys will
be barred from all races except the free-
One. tjf the features is to be a bronco
busting, contest. A number of wild
horses f out the mountains will be turned
Into th track enclosure and a prize
offered for the cowboy who will rope,
saddle a id mount and ride around the
track one of the horses, and arrive first.
ThU premises to be very Interesting.
There will also be a baseball game. The
Klnau villi arrive on Monday, July 3,
giving tin extra day in Hilo between
Pleasant Hlrtlida; Party.
A party was given by Mr. and Mrs. W.
Chatmeri, at their residence in Waiakca,
ou Saturday night last, In honor of the
birthday of their daughter, Miss Jennie
Chalmers, A large number were present
and real, bid-country Scotch dancing was
enjoyed by all, old and joung. The
sword dance was given in perfect form
by Mr. Arthur Robertson. Refreshments
were served during the evening. Those
present were as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ken
nedy, Mr. aud Mrs. Win. McKay, Mr.
and Mrs. D. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. John
McPhersou, Mr. and Mrs. W. Jamiesou,
A. Robertson, J. Stewart, G. Turnbull,
G. Calder, R. Whyte, R. M. Lindsay, of
Wahkeat Mr. and Mrs. D. Butchart of
Papalkou; Miss S. Guard, Miss Ruth
Guard and Miss Edna Curtis, of Hilo;
R. Forbes, A. Fraser, of Amaulu; James
Henderson, A. Glbb, of Wainaku; John
Fraser, of Hakatau; Mrs. W. Pyper, of
Honomu, and Mr. J. R. Lougher, of
Catholic Church Service.
DURING HOLY VVKBK.
Cu April the I3th we commemorate
the institution of the Most Holy Sacra
ment. Mass begins at 7 a. m. and the
adoration will last to 6 p. m. Ou the
following day, Good Friday, the day on
which we commemorate the bitter passion
and death of our Saviour, service will
begin at 7 a. m., followed by the Way of
the Cross In Hawaiian; at 3 p. 111. the
same in English and at 7 p. m. in Portu
guese. On Holy Saturday the service
begins at 6 a. m. Confession will be
heard from 3 to 9 p. m. Good Friday and
Holy Saturday are days of fast and ab
stinence. On Easter Sunday masses will
be said at the usual Iioum.
Ktnan Departures, April Oth.
R.J. Lyman, wife aud 3 children, Miss
Franc Eaton, Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock. G.
W. Gregg, J. E. Higgins, F. A. Rich-
mond, L. A. Andrews, Master B. Stacker,
Geo. Blake, Geo. Ronltz, Mrs. Anticline
Mossman, Mrs. J. W. Laiug, Mrs. M. A.
Salisbury, A. B. Clark and wife, Heury
P. Beckley, II. Wicks, Peter Lee, D.
Macallister, B. Sayce, Mrs. Georee C.
Beckley, Miss J. Beckley, E. D. Baldwin,
U. W. Carr.
Work is in progress on the trails
necessary to be made preliminary to
construction work on the Hamakua ditch.
Furnished Hooms for Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms openinc
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
The house now occupied by Mrs. G'ere,
luquireof DR. HAYES.
A trio on the Kinau is to bedrpndpH
unless you are supplied with our
They are a sure preventive. Take
a bottle with you next time. Price
Directions for Taking:
One pellet every 15 minutes until
five are taken.
Hilo Drug Co.
I AROUND XJIK COUNUR FROM TIIU HOTItr,
of Dry Goods by March 'Enterprise"
at E. N. Holmes'
Silk Dotted Swiss, nil colors.
Carreaux dc Sol.
Swiss Muslin, colored dots
Cheese Cloth, all colors
Laces, all kinds
India Dimity, check
Soisettc, Dress Goods
Black Oil Cloth, duck aud drill
Ball and Socket I'astcucrs
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Boys' Waists, white and colored
Boys' Knee Pants
Tattoo Alnrm Clocks
Ladies' Driving Gauntlets
Umbrellas, ladles' and gents'
Toilet Soap, all kinds
Silkoliue, new patterns
E. N. HOLMES
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART j
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU
Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const.
vffiffiffS .: W1S: Sa" rranCbCO! W) To Colonies; (J) To
o. o. n.uiou uepans irom mho lor
o. o. muuna wjasinau closes in Hilo ou Saturdays and Tuesday:
(X) at 2:15 p. in., arriving In Honolulu at daylight three days later.
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We have a fair assortment of sizes
and widths but cannot promise to
fit everyone from this lot.
Notice is hereby Hiven that M. Imal.
doing business on Front street, Hilo, as
a merchant, lias made a voluntary assign
ment to the underslcned for the benefit
of his creditors. The creditors of said M.
Imal are hereby requested to file their
claims, duly certified, with the under
signed within sixty days from the date
Hereof, and all persons Indebted to the
said M. Imal are requested to call at the
oince ot the uudersigned and pay the
I. E. HAY,
33-4 Assignee of M. Imal.
A mriticnl bag and contents between
IlHk.d.iu and Honohina. A reward of
faj will be puid for its return to Dr.
Pects' Invisible Hooks midlives
DcLong's Hooks nnd Eves
Black Belt Pins
Gentlemen's Half Hosa
Handkerchiefs, all kinds
Spool Silks, all colors
Boys' Windsor Ties
White Embroidery Cotton
Silks, 37-inch, all colors
Chemise, skirt length
Embroidered Shirt Woists
Corset Cover Embroidery
Infants nnd Children's Bonnets
Any of the above goods
we are now showing in
large variety, and at
the lowest prices
AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. m.
s aud Tuesdays marked
We have 117 pairs of fine shoes for
men and 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
Horses and Mules
J. R. Wilson begs to inform the public
that he has 100 good muleu ou 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 wlnt is re
quired, and will guaiuntee all stock to be
as ordered. Address all orders to
J. R. WILSON
479 Ellin Street
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