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Mrs, O. V. Jnklua was a reluming pas.
senger to Ililo by the last Klnau.
Laces In new nnil pretty patterns at E.
H. Moses' at prices lower limn the rest.
D. Couwny, representing l)avies& Co.,
of Honolulu, arrived liy the last. Klnau.
Mrs. W. L. Rose and Miss Kuiitia Rose
were returning passengers from Honolulu
by last Klnau.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Judge Chas. P. l'ursous went to the
Volcano Saturday for a horseback ride
outing over Sunday.
The ship Bangalore, Captain Hlnnchard,
will sail for Sandy Hook Tuesday with
1982 tons of sugar.
Dr. Taylor and Mr. S. Grace were pas
scngers for Honolulu from Laupahochoe
by the Klnau Friday.
No man should buy a pair of shoes
until he has seen thai Box Calf Illuchcr
that Holmes is selling for $350.
Circuit Court for the Third Circuit of
tiles-Territory, convened at Kailua Friday,
' Judge Mattbewman presiding.
Geo. Mumby returned from Honolulu
by last Klnau, where he had been for
two weeks serving on the U. S. grand
The meeting of the Catholic Ladies Aid
Society will be held at St. Joseph's
School next Friday at t:xa p. m. S. de
E. E. Richards, accompanied by Mrs.
Harry Richards and her young daughter,
started on Thursday morning for a trip
around the Island, going by way of the
Mr. Chas. S. Green, foreman of the
IIllo Railroad Company's foundry, ac
companied by his wife, has gone to San
Francisco, where they have a son attend-''
J. D. Easton has advice that his
brother, H. C. Easton, of Honolulu, who
went to San Francisco by the Mongolia of
April 7 for a two months' visit, was safe
and in Oaklaiul.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the sajne on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The Ililo masons were prompt in send
ing their relief subscription to the San
Francisco sufferers, cabling (750 through
the Honolulu masons soon after the first
news o( the disaster was received.
It is expected the Land Department
will begin the survey of the Kaiwiki
Wailea tract within a few days, and is
understood that J. II. Moragne and D.
A. Loebenstein will make the survey.
On Saturday the Tax Office brought
suit in garnishment against an indi
vidual to collect poll tax delinquent since
April 1. One half of the property, and
one half the income tax will be delin
quent after May 15.
The Ililo Mercantile Co. received a
wireless from Acting.Governor Atkinson
on Thursday containing the advice that
J. W. Mason wished to be rexrted safe,
located at 3134 Green St. This is the
address of the Trowbridge family, former
residents of Hilo.
Men's Waterproof Oil Grain Hluchers
for $3.00 that will wear till you are tired
of them just received at Holmes' Store.
The L. C. Smith & Dro's visible type
writers which E. H. Moses is handling
are selling themselves. A trial is all that
it takes to convince anyone that It is the
latest and most improved writing ma
chine on the market. Shipped for ap
proval to reliable parties. Send for cir
cular and other information.
O. T. Shipman was In Honolulu the
first of the week on business connected
with the, leasing of the koa forest back of
the Volcano House, the promoters of the
scheme to manufacture koa lumber de
siring, to obtain from Mr. Shipman a
leases for fifteen years on the property
which, is now held by him.
A. B. Loebenstein made a report to the
Chamber of Commerce of this Island at a
meeting of that body held Saturday
afternoon on his work done at Washing
ton on the refund measure. The report
largely coufirmed the statements, made
through the press from time to time rela
tive to the work of the committee.
Ililo Tcnclierfi' Union.
The, Hilo Teachers' Union will meet on
Friday, May 4, at 9 a. m., at the ususl
place. The program will be as follows:
Roll Call answered by patriotic quota
tions. Minutes of the last meeting.
Solo Mrs. Louise Hapai
How to secure attention
Mrs. E. H. Westervelt
Discussion Devices for inducing child
ren to speak correct English.
Lead by Haaheo School.
The use of pictures In the school room.
Miss Esther Lyman.
Violiu Solo Mrs. R. T. Moses
National Stories, ..Class led by Miss Deyo
Recitation Mrs. A. G. Curtis
Yellowstone Park Rev. Curtis Shields
First Foreign Church. I
Sabbath, May 6, 1906, 11 a. m. "In
Christ, n new creature," 2 Cor. 5:17. !
7:30 p. m. -"At Caesar's judgement,
seat," Acts 35:10.
Whitman's Caudles L.Turner Co.
Henry West returned from Honolulu
by the last Klnau.
Bock Beer by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon.
Attention Is called to the clearance sale
nd of the Economic Shoe Co.
Mrs. II. Deacon was a passenger for
Mahukoua by Friday's Klnau.
Mrs. Oma Holland Is reported as sail
ing for Honolulu on the Alameda.
The two sons of Mr. and Airs. Henry
Deacon are reported safe at Berkley.
Typewriter ribbons, all kinds, at K. II.
Moses'. Get your next one from him.
L. M. Whitchouse, the contractor of
Honolulu, was In the city over the last
Miss Ellen Fearce, of Hilo, attending
Stanford University, is reported safe by
Have you seen that "Gun Metal"
Ulucher Oxford, for men, that Holmes is
selling tor (3.00.
The ship John Ena, Capt. Madscn,
sailed Thursday for Phlladclphiea with
a cargo of sugar. .
B. P. Vicars, of the Manufacturers Shoe
Co., returned to Honolulu from a busi
ness trip to this city.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
The ship Falls of Clyde, Capt. Matson,
sailed Tuesday, April 24 for San Fran
cisco with a cargo of sugar.
Call and see the new shoes for men at
Holmes' Store, particularly that fine
Patent Leather Blucher at J J. 50.
Mr. R I. Lillic will leave by the Enter
prise this week for Seattle via San Fran
cisco as file agent for several of the Hilo
Miss L. Bctchell arrived by the Klnau
Wednesday to take the place of head
nurse at the Hilo hospital,, from which
Miss Louise Monte Verde will retire on
Miss Etta Loebenstein, of Ililo, de
parted on the Ventura for San Francisco,
where she is to be married to Mr. Leon
Konigshoefer, a young business man of
Mrs. J. R. Slattery, of Honolulu, and
Miss Kalherine Graves, of Los Angeles,
California, registered ot Hotel Demos
thenes Wednesday and went to the Vol
Tak: a look at those Velour Calf
Bluchers for men that Holmes is selling
for $2.50, they are new and all right.
W. H. Beers has received a wireless
from Honolulu stating that the articles of
Incorporation of the Kn Hoku o Hawaii
Pub.- Co. were approved. The first issue
of the new paper will appear on May 3.
The steamer Enterprise arrived from
Honolulu Monday, with mail and two
passengers. She will leave during the
week for San Francisco. Passengers
booked are R. I. Lillie and wife, and L.
The Matson Navigation aud Commis
sion Co. have established agencies in
San Francisco, Seattle and Tacoma and
they will buy and fill orders by mall or
cable. Their steamers will sail as usual
from Hilo to San Francisco, but will
return via Seattle.
A. E. Minvielle, of Olaa, received a
message Wednesday afternoon from F
Souai containing the information that
himself and family were, safe. Mr. Souza
was fomjerly with the Hilo Wlue and
Liquor Co. and was living in San Fran
cisco at the time of the earthquake.
Suit lengths at cut prices at Economic.
Call and see them,
On opening the hatches of , the steamer
Enterprise Monday morning soon after
her arrival in port the body of a man was
found in the hold. Deceased was a Ha
wailan ana1 his neck was found to be
broken. He is said to be a Honolulu
longshoreman and his presence on board
and manner of death bad not been ex
plained at the hour of going to press,
though death had apparently been the
result of falling, probably during the
Economy In the End.
A few doses of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will cure your cold and perhans
save a doctor's bill later on, It always
cures and cures quickly. For sale by
Hilo Drug Co.
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
flit WnmV wto TltUUNK,, KttO,
WILL JOIN. KOHCM.S.
Klk and t'omimiiy l
Fourth of July Show.
The members of the local lodge of
Elks aud Company I) have decided to
join in the production of a war drama on
evening of the Fourth of July. A
committee from each of these organlza
lions met last Thursday night to discuss
the project, when it was definitely decided
to give a joint production of "Santiago",
the inspiring war drama, which has been
such a sucess in the East. The play
will be put 011 In the Hilo Armory, on the
night of July 4U1, and will be for the
benefit of the organizations named. The
Elks' Dramatic Club will essiiy
the leading roles, mid the performance
will be given under the geucral manage-
of Mrs. A. G. Curtis, who has taken such
an important part in local theatrical
It is expected that the entire company
of soldiers will be brought into requisi
tion in presenting the drama, which
promises to be one of the most difficult
undertaken by local talent. The com
mittee on arrangements having the mat
ter in charge consists of-1. Castle Rldg
way, E. E. Riclwrds, W. A. Fetter,
Lieut. II. W. Ludloff.Sergts. J. D. Easton,
and J. M. Hering.
In Polling l'lnccs For tho Comity
The district republican committees of
East and West Hawaii have sent to the
Governor a request for reorganization of
voting precincts in this county, recom
mendiug one new polling place in each
district and a renumbering.
In North Kbna a new precinct has
been formed called "Keauhqu School
House" by a divis.ipn of the Konawaena.
precinct. A change in the polling place
in S. Kona is mode by removal from the
old Hookena court house to the new
court house maukn.
In Kau, the polling, place js removed
from the school house to the court house.
Kobln Hood Melodrama.
Under the general management and
direction of Mrs. L. C. Lyman the Board
ing.School play is receiving- its finishing
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, as musical director,
lips shown her usual tact and skill in the
way she is handling the choruses and the
soloists in "The Merry Adventures of
Robin Hood." The foundation work in
the choruses was laid by Miss Potter and
Mrs, Westervelt. When, to this, Mrs.
Lewis adds her finishing touches, the
public has a right to expect a pleasing
Mrs. A. G. Curtis is already a favorite
with the public. Her frequent appeax
auces as Maid Marion, telling herxacy
stories, will alone be worth the price of
Tickets for reserved seats on sale at
Hilo Drug Store. General admission
tickets sold at the door, 75 cents.
Friday and Saturday evening, 8 p. m.
Increase Scope, or Company.
Just before the Klnau left yesterday
morning for Hawaii, O. T. Shipman,
lessee of the koa forests back of the
Volcano Hquse, reconsidered his deci
sion and instructed his attorney to pre
pare a sublease for the property to G. P.
Thielen of the lumber company. It Is
now probable that the company will be
Incprporated with a capital of f 50,000 in
stead of half that amount, which was
originally intended and that the develop
ment of the industry will extend to
other ports of Hawaii, Advertiser.
Dcnlh or, 11 Sailor.
J, Pr,oten, a seaman on, .the, ship Banga
lore loading sugar for the Atlantic coast,
was found dead in his bunk Saturday
morning, Deceased turned out at 4:30
complaining of palu in hiaslde. He lit
his plpeapd turned in again and soon
after was beard groaning and ,at 5:30
when his mates called him it was dis
covered that he was dead. He was a
Novascotlau, aged 53. Deputy Sheriff
Fetter and , Dr. C. L. Stow made an In.
vestigatlon and fqund Miat death had
been cauped by heart disease.
Prepurlntc lilt; Event.
The program of the Fourth of July races
appears elsewhere in this issue. The
Islapd ranchers signify their Intentions
of coming, In to these races, and there is
also inquiry from Honolulu regarding
them. The Klnau will leave Honolulu a
day earlier than usual week of the Fourth
and it is expected there will be excur
sion rates,, so that a considerable, number
frqm Honolulu is looked, for to.attend,
Death or Old Itesldpnt.
Mrs. Persis Thurston Taylor, the
daughter of Rev. Asa, and Lucy Thurston,
pioneer missionaries to Hawaii, died at
9:35. April 31, at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Jacob Winne, iu Hono
lulu, in he eighty-fiftU year.
Klnau Departures, April 27th.
Henry P. Kaohl, Rev. C. Klobb, Mrs.
K. Fugl and child, Mr. II. Deacon, Dr.
Taylor. S. Grace,. Geo.. H. Keutwell. E.
b.Cunna and friend, Ben Vicars, J. A.'
Bruns, L. M. Whjtehouse.
Wai.uridok In Honolulu, Wednesday,
i ly son of Mn. Sira! T'vffi.
bridge, aged 10 years,
HAWAII,' VUXtfAtf, MAV
THK KIU11S II 00 II lMi.lV
llrftiiiaflo Pemoline, Outline, nntl
TUB PHRSONS OF THK J't.AV.
Robert of Huntingdon) ... .fM...i,-
Robin Hood f "W McUuskey
Maid Marion May L. Curtis
1 Little John A. G. Curtis
Wat, the Tinker D. E. Metzger
Midge, the Miller J. W. Marsn
Nan o' the Mill Louise Hapai
Annabel Helen Siemsen
Maken o' the Blue Boar Harriet Hapai
Ellen o' Dierwold.....Catherln Westervelt
The Sheriff of NottiiiKham..W. H. Beers
Friar Tuck G. A. Cool
The Bishop Harry Irwin
Sir Stephen L. Severance
Farmer o' Dicrwold C. Siemsen
Allen a Dale Jeremiah Maluo
Will Scarlet James Mattoon
David o' Doncaster Solchi Yamamoto
Old Priest Daniel Thomas
Seven, King's Foresters Will C.
Westervelt, Hilo Boarding School Boys
The Band of Outlaws.., H. B. S. Boys
ACT I. Scene 1. The outskirts of
Sherwood Forest. Robert, Earl of Hunt
ingdon encounters a band of King's
Foresters. They quarrel; Robert kills
pue of them in self-defense. Scene 3.
Robert visits the scene of the disaster.
He joins the outlaw band. Scene 3.
Robert, Earl of Huntingdon, alias Robin
Hood meets, and is overcome by John
Little, with the result that the tatter
joins the outlaws. Scene 4. In Sherwood
Forest. John Little is christened.
ACT II. Scene 1. The outskirts of
Sherwood Forest. Robin falls in with
Wat, the Tinker, who carries a warrant
for his arrest. They dine merrily. Robin
steals the warrant. Maid Marlon recounts
the, story of the subsequent battle be
tween Robin aud the Tinker. Scene 3.
Robin aud four of his baud accost Midge,
the Miller. The five are soundly beaten.
Scene 3. Maid Marion tells the story of
Robin's capture of the Sheriff of Notting
ham. Scene 4. In Sherwood Forest.
The Sheriff is entertained under the
ACT III. T,he Sheriff makes vain
attempts to cheer the love-lorn Allen a
pale. Robin intercepts the wedilnc be
tween .Sir Stephen and Ellen o' Dicrwold.
MUSIC OF THR PLAY.
ACT I. Overture
.Chorus Away to the Woodlands
, The Outlaw Band
Quartette Come, Join our Baud.. .Maids
Nan o' the Mill, Annabel, Marion,
Maken o' the Blue Boar.
Solo The Armorer's Soug Friar Tuck
Chorus In Sherwood Forest.-
The Outlaw Band
Chorus Cheerily Soqnde.th.tue Hunter's
Horn The Outlaw Band
ACT II. Solo I am the Sheriff of
Nottingham The Sheriff
Chorus The Tinker's Chorus
The Outlaw Band
Solo and, Quartette The Legend of the
Chimes...Nau o' the Mill, Maken, the
Miller, Annabel, Allen.
Quartette Come, Join our Band
Solo Brown Octqber Ale ,.,
, Midge, the Miller
ACT III. Duet and Chorus The Milk-
.maids' Chorus.- Aunabel, Midge,
the Miller; The Outlaw Band.
Chorus The Sheriff's in the Stocks
.....The Outlaw Band
Trio When a Peer makes Love to a
,Maiden Fair Sheriff, Annabel, Allen
Solo If You give me Breath I'll tell
Chorus Farewell to Sherwood ,
The Outlaw Band
First Forclffii Hull,
The Alameda, the first vessel to leave
San Francisco for Honolulu, should
ajrlve on Saturday, May 5. The Moana,
also is due on the same day. These mails
will not catch the Claudine on her regu
lar run and the date of their arrival
here will depend upon the Inter
Island boats. This will be over two
weeks after the receipt in Hilo of the last
A trip on the Kinau is to be dreaded
unless, you ate supplied with our
They are a sure preventive,
a bottle .with you next time.
One pellet every 15 minutes
five are taken.
. SPRECKELS' BLOCK
HOUNO THK CQKNKtt vaou THK UOTKJ,
HO! FOR THE GLORIOUS 1
I TWO DAYS' RACES
At Ililo. Hawaii, July 4tli ami 5tli, 1306, miller
I auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at Hoolulu Park 1
WEDNESDAY, JU1.Y 4th
J-milo Hawaiian Bred ,
Jf-raile Free-for-All '"'
I mile Trot, best two in three
-milc Hawaiian Bred .','.'.
J-mile Jap Race ,""
i mile Free-for-All
J-mile Hawaiian Bred ., .','...'.'.'.'.'.
i mile Bronco Bustins, Club to fnrnLsli'niounts...
WEDNESDAY, JULY 5th
t ! t- r a,. I'URSK
M-mile Free-for-All $125.00
?t-ujiic iiuwuii.iii xirea ,
1 mile Luna Race
1 mile Free-for-All
b-iuuc iiuwuuuu .urea
2-111111: jap nace
X-mi1r Pnnv UlIM fnr Tin. .a
... v.j t.vw w. Ajjya
1 mile Hawaiian Bred
3 mile Relay Race, for other than race horses 50.00
TERMS: Entrance fee, 10 of purse. Three or more
to enter, two or more to start. Professional jockeys will
be barred in all races exceptitiR Free for-Alls. Hawaiian
bred races to lie catch weights. Free-for-All races to be
weight for age. No stall rent will be charged.
BASE BALL GAME 1
of Dry Goods by March "Enterprise"
at E N. Holmes'
Silk Dotted Swiss, all colors.
Carreaux dc Sol.
Swiss Muslin, colored dots
Cheese Cloth, all colors
Laces, all kinds
India Dimity, check
Soisette, Dress Goods
Dlock Oil Cloth, duck and drill
Hall and Socket Fasteners
Men's Shirts and Drawers
Boys' Waists, white and colored
Boys' Knee Pants
Tattoo Alarm Clocks
Ladies' Driving Gauutlets
Umbrellas, ladies' and gents'
Toilet Soap, all kinds
.Silkoline, new patterns
E. N. HOLMES
A musical program was rendered by
the choir at the First Foreign Church
Sunday evening under the directorahip
of Mrs Jarrett T. Lewis, choir leader and
organist. The music was of a high order.
Especally well rendered aud deserving of
notice were the solos: "In the Night
shall My Song Be or Him," Gounod, by
Miss Kuulei Hapai; "I Know That My
Redeemer Liveth," from "The Messiah,"
by Mrs. Chas. Siemsen; "But The Lord
la Mindful of His Own," from the "St.
Paul," by Mrs. Louise Hapai, and the
organ prelude and offertory.
1 hu iMistor, Rev, C, E. Shields, conduc
ted the services aud u large audience
was present. i
Peels' Invisible Hooks and Eyes
DeLong's Hooks and F.yes
Black Belt Pius
Gentlemen's Half Hose
Handkerchiefs, all kinds
Spool Silks, all colors
Boys' Windsor Ties
White Embroidery Cottou
Silks, 37-inch, oil colors
Finishing Braid ,
Chemise, skirt length
Embroidered Shirt Waists
Corset Cover Embroidery
Infants' and Children's Ilonnets
Any of the above goods
we are now showing in
large variety, and at
the lowest prices
l'owor oi' Attorney.
During my absence from Hawaii,
Evangelliidda Silva, Esq,, will act for
me under full power of uttorney.
Olaa, April 19, 1906.
36 '3 F. G. da ROSA.
A surgical bug und contents between
Hakalau ,and -Houohlna. A reward of,
35 win oe paid for Us return
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