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Peter McKnc, of
few days In tlilo.
Have you seen that
Mucker Oxford, for men
that Holmes Is
silling for fa.oo.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Bonn! will be held at the Foreign Church
Parsonage this afternoon a 3 o'clock.
Capt. Madscu, of the ship John Enn,
and wife, and Capt. Matson, of the ship
Falls of Clyde, and wife, went to the
Volcano Saturday to spend Sunday.
Send me Jit and receive the Delineator
for one year. It contains all the latest
fashions which you can have sent you by
telephoning 178, E. H. Moses.
The Hawaiian Woman's Club will
meet In the parlors of the Peacock build
lug at 7:00 p. tu., l'tlday evening, April
30, 1906. Every member is requested to
Subscribe for the Trimjnf, Island sub
The theatrical company appeared at
Sprcckles' hall timing the week as billed.
The play wasas forecasted by theTninuKit
last week, not up the standard of local
J. C. Mocine left on the Klnau Friday
for Honolulu and tke coast. He meets
Mrs. Mocine, who went by the Enterprise,
lu San Prauclsco, whence they go to visit
relatives and friends ill Oregon and
Call and see the new shoes for men at
Holmes' Store, particularly that fine
Patent Leather Mucker at $3.50.
N. W. Alull received by Sunday's mall
advice, unofficially, tkat the application
for a charter for the Ka Hoku o Hawaii
Publishing Co. had becu approved. The
company expects to proceed immediately
with the publication.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Rev. W. H. Fcnton-Smith, who is to
take the pastorate of St. James Episcopal
Mission In Hllo Is here to consult with
Bishop Restarick about the purchase of a
church building site. He will return to
Hawaii after Easter. Star.
A warrant for tke arrest of A. M. Ca
brinha was sworn out Saturday by Ike
County Attorney's office, charging him
with selling liquor witkout a license. Tke
case came up for disposal Monday in
Judge Hapal's court, and was set for trial
Men's Waterproof Oil Grain Bluchers
for $3.00 that will wear till you are tired
of them just received at Holmes' Store.
A license to practice in the district
courts of tke Territory lias been issued to
Judge Kamau, of Puua. N. W. Aluli, C.
S. Smith and Harry Irwin were appointed
examinging board by Judge Parsons and
approved the application. This qualifies
Judge Kamau for reappointment.
Why not Improve your office conven
iences and save time by using a "Writing
in Sigkt Typewriter." See the L. C.
Smith & Bro's typewriters wkick E. II.
Moses is selling, and exekauge your old
"blind writer" for one. Equipped with
two color ribbon and any ckaracters you
Taks a look at those Velour Calf
Bluchers for meu that Holmes is selling
for $2.50, they are new and all right.
The Korean prisoner who escaped from
the road gang was recaptured and was
sentenced by Judge Hapal to serve an
additional term of three months, and
pay fl.oo fine and $1.00 costs. The
Korean who aided in the concealment
got three months, a $10 fiue, and $3.90
Question of Time.
II. Vicars was au intending passenger
for Mahukona, by the Klnau, Friday, as
was, also Judge Harry Rickard, of Lau
pahoehoe, for that landing. Both were
left however, and it Is asserted the steam
er sailed several minutes ahead of time.
This the steamer people deny, sayiug
that she left on time by the steamer's
Mcnmshlp Comnnny OtllcinU.
J. A. Kennedy and Messrs. Dreier
and Wilcox, directors of the Inter-Island
Steamship Co., will arrive in Hilo by the
Kinau Wednesday on business In refer
ence to the proposed rebuilding of the
government wharf, as well as to consider
ill general matters in which the company
New Store Munuicer.
E. E. Patten, for many years manager !
of Humakua Sugar Co.'s store at Paauilo,
lias accepted tke position of manager of
tke L. Turner Co., Ltd., store in this
city, made vacant by the resignation of
L. Turner. It is not known when he will
euter upon his duties.
Man Lost Overboard.
The bark Amy Turner, Captain War
laud, that arrived Friday, lost a man, a
young German sailor, overboard three
days before reaching port. Every effort
was made to rescue the man, but without
Sabbath, April 32,
1906, 11 a. m. I
"It is lawful to do well on the Sabbath
day," Matth, lasia. 7:30 p. 111. Even-!
lug kervlce, I
Knu, is spending a
, MM WMiMOftO MMMW.
Hock Ileer by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon.
E. C. Mellor, of Davles & Co., went to
Honolulu by Friday's Kinau. He returns
John Ross, manager of the Hakalau
plantation, was a passenger on tke Kinau
for Honolulu Friday.
George Mumby went to Honolulu by
tke Kinau Friday, having been drawn on
the trial jury in the U.-S. Court.
No man should buy a pair of shoes
until he lias seen that Box Calf Mucker
tkat Holtncs Is selling for $3.50.
G. P. Tulloch, manager of the Kohalo
Telephone Co., was 11 passenger from
Kohala to Honolulu, by Friday's Kltiau.
E. Patten, manager of tke Paauhau
Sugar Co.'s store at Paauilo, was a pas
senger from Laupahoekoe to Honolulu
by Friday's Klnau.
During my absence, A. S. LeBaron
Gurucy will act as my agent. C. H. W.
Captain Clarke, of Honolulu, made the
run over from Honolulu to Hllo the last
two trips of the Kinau on account of tke
indisposition of Captain Freeman.
Mr. and Mrs. David Pullar announce
tke engagement of Miss M. G. Farqukar,
Houoniu, to Mr. Fred Martin, Pakala.
Tke wedding will take place In June.
"Good Form" clotkes hangers are al
ways "eood forms." Try a set and If
you are not pleased you will have your
money refunded at E. H. Moses'.
Chr. Castcudyck, local manager of
H. Hackfeld & Co., was a passenger for
Honolulu by Friday's Kinau on a busi-
ness trip, lie will return next Klnau
Mrs. G. II. Gere and child and her
sister, Miss Loomis, left for their new
home In Honolulu by the Kinau Friday.
Several of their many friends bade them
farewell at the dock.
If you wish your coffee to bring tke
kigkest market prices let tke Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place tke same on
tke market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Mr. W. McCluskey, principal of the
Papaikou School, spent Ills vacation
visiting pleasantly, tke first few days at
tke home of Mr. Jas. Webster, manager
of the Pepeekeo Sugar Co.'s plantation,
and the remainder of tke time in Hllo.
Whitman's Candies L.Turner Co.
Special mail was received from Hono
lulu Friday at 4 p. m., landed at Kukul
haele from the steamer Iwalani, at 4:30 p.
m. Thursday. Au extra went at n a. m.
Saturday, by the Kalulani. Regular Ala
meda mall arrived Sunday by the Clau
dine which returned with mall tke same
Tke management of tke Hilo Boarding
School Robin Hood play give tke kigkest
praise to Miss Kalei Ewallko for ker
artistic ability, as well as ability for kard
work, displayed in painting the scenery
for the stage. Miss Ewallko is a teacher
in the Papaikou School and has employed
her vacation in this work palntlm; two
30-foot curtains and the wings. She has
in numerous works shown artistic talent,
that ker friends think should be specially
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
"Tke Sentinel (of Toronto, Canada,)
received tkls week n copy of the Tribune,
published at Hilo, Hawaii. It contains
a half page advertisement of G. W.
Lockington, who conducts a furniture
store on Front street, Hilo. Many old
residents of Toronto will remember
Brother Lockington, whose fatker, tke
late Brother T. A. Lockington, kept a
large furniture store north of Queen
street on Young for mauy years. Judg
ing from the advertisement he is pros
pering in Hawaii." Toronto Sentinel.
Installation of Ofllccrs.
At the last meeting of Kalaul Lodge of
Perfection No. a, A. & A. S. Rite, the
following officers were installed, Geo. H.
Williams beim..istalllng officer; W.
McKay, venerable master; E. N. Holmes,
senior warden; A. Lindsay, junior ward
en; J. T, Moir, orator; F. A. Medcalf,
almoner; II. V. Patten, secretary; J. D.
Kennedy, treasurer; I). S. Bowman,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
wnii npniwifwiiii miigii
illtlilnkUll CllMr1 AinH'tm'li:
fc R. BlacbW) Who lias been ill t-llarrfe
Of Ike U. S. Experiment station at llama-
Kud for about two years, has sent a box
of cigars made entirely of Hamakua
tobacco to Sub-land-agent Williams
which Mr. Williams has distributed freely
about town. The cigars are made of
unfermented, or uncurcd tobacco, a pro
cess tkat requires large qualities to suc
cessfully perform, and Is consequently
not a sample of a tobacco In anything
like a perfect state of preparation. Tke
burning qualities are good, and tke
cigars are pronounced by tke best judges
as fine, considering tkat tke leaf had not
been put through the luportant process
Mr. lMtlgwity, Artist.
J. C. Ridgway has added to the Elk's
art collection t picture, done by himself,
of Old King Cole, or some other merry
old soul, with an appropriate verse writ
ten below. It is burned on wood with
much taste and skill and is an ornament
to the club rooms. Mr. Ridgway has
recently done a humorous skit, burned
ou leather, and presented it to a Hllo
young lady who became engaged to the
other fellow. It represents this lady and
the accepted, also a well known man, up
a telephone pole; another, with a bag
pipe under his arm consoling himself
with music, while Mr. Ridgway appears
taking a moonlight drive, this time
Kx-lllloltcs lu Snu r'rnuclsco.
A. B. Loebensteln says: It Is on Mont
gomery Street or that portion of it faced
by the Occidental Hotel where the world
files by, at least a goodly portion from
Hilo's busy marts. One has but to stand
for the moment and look into the faces
of the passing pedestrians, to encounter
the worldly wise stare of our Hon. G. S.
Mackenzie, J. R. Wilson, J. W. Mackin
tosh, Fred Breyniau, or Volcano Water
Williams, all bent on the same errand,
the search for the unattainable wealth to
be found in Tonopah mines.
Engineer Tom Cook, began final
Inspection of the sewer syitem ou Satur
day. Foreman Foster representing L.
M. Whltekouse of Honolulu who has the
contract for construction, has suspended
operations to await instructions, believ
ing tke amount appropriated,$i3,ooo., to
be nearly all expended. Tke system is
about three quarters completed, a little
remaining to be done to finish Pitman
Street and put in laterals, and tke entire
work on School and Pleasant Streets re
Y. Hamada, the merchant, left on the
Olympia without giving a farewell recep
tion to his friends, or paying his debts, of
wnick, to judge from tke talk ou tke
streets, there were many. Hoffschlaeger
Co. filed a suit of attachment, and papers
covering the store property were served
by tke sheriff at noon Tkursday upon a
man in charge of tke premises, jhe store
being closed. Hamada's unceremonious
departure is the talk of Japanese town
where meny creditors mourn his de
Will Rush Completion.
Principal Richmond, of the Hilo High
School, returned from a trip to Honolulu
last Wednesday. Mr. Richmond is con
vinced that there will be uo delay in the
construction of tke high school building;
tkat work upon it will be prosecuted
vigorously by tke Department of Public
Works, under Superintendent Babbitt's
recommendation, and tkat the building
will be ready for occupancy early In the
next school year, which begins in
H. L. Shaw has resigned his position
as manager of the Hilo Drug Co., which
he has held satisfactorily for over six
years. He has disposed bf his house and
household goods to Capt. Pierce, of the
Matsou Navigation Co., aud will leave
with Ills wife for San Francisco and Cuba
by tke next Enterprise. Tke directors
took steps at once to secure a manager to
take tke place made vacant.
Iu the Circuit Court Monday, tke trial
jury reported for duty pursuant to In
structions. Two cases were on tke docket,
that of Win. Rickard vs. Wm. Hecb, Joe
de Colt and M. F. Furlado ou the charge
of conspiracy, a suit for damages growing
out of the impeachment case brought
against Deputy Sheriff Rickard, aud a
garnishment case of Ridgway & Ridgway
vs. Wm. Fernandes.
Hllo Hums' Club.
At a meeting of the Hilo Burns' Club
held on last Saturday evening Messrs. T.
Low of Wainaku and J. G. Crow of Olaa
were elected new members. A consider
able amount of business was carried
through at this time.
Hums aud Scalds.
The pain of a burn or scald is almost
Instantly relieved by applying Chamber
Iain's Pain Balm with a feather. It
uWo heals the injured parts more quickly
thau any other treatment and unless the
burn is very severe docs not leave n scar
For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
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Subscribe for tke Tkiuunk. Subscrip
tlonjijo per year.
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OliVML'iA 'i'OUk r'KW iiAI'Si
Ultllcultieft or Jhiltte (lent- mid l.likor
Tke steamer Olympia, tkat arrived in
tke bay Monday last witk 198 Jap labor
ers for the coast, left Wednesday, having
secured 102 from this vicinity. She
cleared from Honolulu for Seattle via
Hllo, but reported to this customs office.
Judge Geo. D, Gear, agent for tke
Oriental Immigration Co., came over
from Honolulu with her and returned by
the Kalulani Saturday.
In connection with the visit of the
steamer at this port, Tamura Sotaro, of
Hllo, was arrested by the authorities,
charged with the violation of Territorial
Act No, 57, which requires that a license,
costing $500 a year, be taken out by
everyone ergaged in inducing laborers to
leave tke Territory. Tke case was tried
in tke district court and occupied Friday
aud Saturday morning, W. A. Fetter
prosecuting, aud W. S. Wise appearing
for tke defense. Five witnesses were
summoned, two Immigration agents kere
from Honolulu, and one, representing
himself to be a ticket agent of the steam
er, residence In Seattle, Wash. Judge Gear
was present and announced himself to
the court as representing these witnesses.
Decision of the case was postponed till
It was reported ou tke streets Wednes
day tkat 300 laborers were leaving kere
by tke steamer; and Friday, tke equally
ridiculous report was current tkat tke
steamer had put back into tke bay by
night aud taken aboard a large number
of Japs. The .steamer did not go from
this port to Kahului, Maul, eltner as was
Could Not Ho Justice to Kolilu Hood.
To tke Editor of tke Hii.o Tkhiunk:
I have been sweating dtops of blood,
(many of them) since I realized tkat I
had promised tkose who have the man
agement of the play that I would write a
notice for the paper about Robin Hood,
and though I pride myself on not being
lu the habit of backing out, find that iu
this particular case, I am absolutely un
able to do justice to the subject. I have
not slept a wink since I was fool enough
to tell them I would attend to the matter
It is entirely out of my line, but like the
concentrated extract that I was, I was
ashamed to confess It at tke time, but
now acknowledge It, and ask tor mercy.
Anyone wkoever mentious paper to me
again, will be my enemy for life. I have
found my limitations, and freely acknowl
edge it. I mean to speak ahead for eleven
reserved seats for the performance, how
ever, as I plan to treat the wjiole flock
this time, and we shall all see Robin
Hood from awkard Tom to Baby Jew
Jams. Yours very truly,
Enterprise In Industry.
Jose Pena, a Spaniard from Nicaragua,
interested iu sugar production in that
country, after visiting Ewa plantation on
Oaku, came over on the Kinau Wednes
day and visited one of our plantations,
returning Friday. Mr. Pena recognized
the fact tkat tke plantations on tills
island are most up-to-date witk planta
tion and manufacturing facilities, and
that the islands, generally speaking are
in the forefront of sugar producing coun
tries for improved machinery, appliances
Furnished Rooms for Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
F. and A. M. There will be
pedal ineetiui! of tke above
lodue on Tuewlay, April 17.
1906, at 7:30 p. m. Work in Third
Degree. Sojourning aud visiting breth
ren are cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
A trip on the Kinau is to be dreaded
unless you are supplied with our
They are a sure preventive,
a bottle with you next time,
Directions for Taking:
One pellet every 15 minutes until
five are tnken.
Hilo Drug Co.
AKOUNU T1IK COKNKK PKOM Til It HOTISl.
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, nil kinds
India Li noil
India Dimity, ckeck
Soisette, Dress Goods
Black Oil Cloth, duck and drill
Ball and Socket Fasteners
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Boys' Waists, white and colored
Boys' Knee Pants
Tattoo Alarm Clocks
Ladles' Driving Gauntlets
Umbrellas, ladies' and gents'
Toilet Soap, all kinds
Silkoilne, new patterns
E. N. HOLMES
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU
S. M. T. W. T. F. S. 1
Nevadan " 'Sonoma M7 U U 7x
. l2na Mongolia1
B 9 10 11 12 A,n,Ta iSifr,a
' ; li "China
IK 1R 17v '8 10 Nebr'skan Atn.Maru
I" ID MA Alameda 10 20 21
:.." IT "T26 W 28";
Vessels whose names appenr OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies: (t) To
Victoria; B.C.; (J) To Yokohama. v
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. tn.
S. S. Mauna Loa'smail closes in Hilo on Saturdays and Tuesdays marked
(x) at 2:15 p. tn., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Assignee's Notice. j
Notice is hereby given that M. Imal, 1
dointr business ou Front street, Hilo, as 1
a merchant, lias made a voluntary assign
ment to tke undersigned for the benefit
of his creditors. Tke 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
office of the undersigned and pay the
I. E. KAY,
33.4 Absiguee of M. Imal.
A siirgiivil bag mid contents between
Hak.iluii nud Iloiioliiiia. A reward of
(25 will be paid for its return to Dr.
Peets' Invisible Hooks nud Eyes
DeLong's Hooks and Eyes
BWck Belt Pius
Gentlemen's Half Hose
Handkerchiefs, nil kinds
Spool Silks, all colors
Boys' Windsor Ties
White Embroidery Cotton
Silks, 27-Inch, nil colors
Corset Covers '
Chemise, skirt length
Embroidered Shirt Waists
Corset Cover Embroidery
Infants' and Children's Bonnets
Any of the above goods
we are now showing in
large variety, and at
the lowest prices
AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
THE OLD SAYING
"Great Oaks irom Little
lias been adapted to humans by reading
"Great ackes from little toe-corns t;row"
That's where our old reliable NO KORN Shoe
comes lu. For tender feet nnd enlarged bunions
it cannot be equalled.
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Get a Ticket with
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 what is re
quired, nud will guarantee nil stock tn b
ns ordered. Address nil orders to
J. R. WILSON
479 Ullls Street
33t4' San Frniiclscq
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