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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
U. T. Guard returned friim a trip to
Honolulu by the KniuUul I'rlilny.
J. Phillips nud I'. Hiirnlngham were
Hilo visitors the htter pirt of the week.
V. K. Andrews, head overseer at
Honouui plnutntion, was in the city
Get your fancy work supplies at E. H.
Moses. He 1ms' the newest and best In
Judge Barnard and Mr. C. McLennan,
of Lnupalioehoe, were Ililu visitors dur.
lug the past werk.
Bock Ilecr by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon.
Victor Hurd, representing Hofftclilaeg
er & Co., Honolulu, is In the city on a
The Territorial schools close for the
three months' summer vacation on Fri
day, June 15.
O. E. McCarthy, of the Hawaiian Office
Specialty Co., arrived ou the last Kluau,
and Is in the city.
J. V. Mcintosh, who left Hilo two
years ago, is said to be in S tn Francisco
engaged In the business of selling min
Deputy U. S. Mashall Winter was in
Hilo over the last Kluau trip with sub
poenas for witnesses in the Japanese wife-
The meeting of the Catholic Ladles'
Aid Society will be held at St. Joseph's
school next Friday at 2:30 p. m. S. de
The new steamer Hilonlan is expected
to arrive in about two weeks and there
after a Matson steamer may be expected
to arrive from the Coast about every two
Sheriff Keolanul arrived home from
Kallua Sunday, where he has been for
the past month In attendance upon Cir
cuit Court. He is glad to return to the
cooler climate of Hilo.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same
ou the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Suit lengths at cut prices at Economic.
Call and see them.
Demosthenes Lycurgus is expected to
arrive by the Manchuria ou June I. Mr,
Lycurgus has been absent a jeor visiting
at Sparta, Greece, '.his old home. On
his return will take charge of the Volcano
The bark Annie Johnson arrived Sun
day, fourteen days from San Francisco.
She brought a miscellaneous freight cargo
and two passengers, Blanche Nilson the
Captain's little daughter, and her friend
Captain Gove of the schooner V. II.
Marston was married to Miss May
Blossom in San Francisco May 10. They
will enjoy the honeymoon ou the vessel
as she sallcs from San Francisco for
Attention is called to the change in the
Hilo Drug Co. ad.
Road Supervisor Lyman has had the
prisou gang employed for the past two
or three weeks clearing up the roadside
in Makaoku addition, Mid has made a
great improvement in appearances in that
locality. The past week the gang 1ms
been transferred to Front Street rebuild
ing the roadway beginning at the rail
road track and working toward Hilo.
Some Extra Mulls.
The Kinau Wednesday brought a big
foreign mail to Hilo. Another foreign
mall was lauded at Laupahoehoe Friday
by the Kainlanl, and still another extra
mail containing a small amount of foreign
was received at the post office Saturday
afternoon. These in addition to the big
Alameda mail brought by the Claudine
Sunday, The Enterprise, also, arrived
from San Francisco Monday, but brought
For Safer Keeping.
Secretary Lydecker, of the Board of
Archives, arrived from Honolulu by the
last Kinau and has been engaged in mak
ing an inventory of, and boxing for, ship
ment all the Territorial court records and
Hawaiian government records at Hilo.
Thirty-two boxes, large and small, are
required to contain them. These records
are to be taken to the new fire-proof
archives building that will soon be com
pleted In Honolulu.
Lon Itiito To Volcano.
The advertiser says: "Summer rates at
the Volcano House will be put into effect
for June, July and August ou June 1.
For the tliret months George Lycurgus
will make u rate of $45, leaving Hon.
lulu any Tuesday by the Kinau and re
turning on the Saturday of the week
following. This includes traveling ex
penses and hotel bills for the eleven
The steamer Enterprise armed from
San Francisco at 1 p. in. Monday with a
miscellaneous freight cargo and the fol
lowing list of passengers: Miss Coudry,
Miss Margaret Scott, Miss Clara Shipmaii,
Miss Florence Shipman, Albsrt
Horner, Jr., It. I. Lillle, Mits
Erma Scliutte, Mrs. Cant. Young re 11 and
Herman Voungren, The Enterprise will
go to Honolulu as usual.
Attention is called to the change in the
adol J.C. Axtell&Co.
J. Robertson, of Maul, went to the Vol
cano Thursday for a week's stay.
Ston your jewels and valuable docu
ments in the fire proof vaults of the First
Bank of Hilo, Ltd.
Mrs. Geo. Lycurgus has been in Hilo
the past week during the absence of Mr.
Lycurgus in Honolulu.
Q. II. Berrey, manager of Berrey's
Commercial Agency, of Honolulu, is in
Hilo. He arrived on the last Kinau.
S. Mullen, of Honolulu, arrived on the
Kinau to supervise the job of plastering
the new jail for contractor Whitehouse.
Typewriter ribbons of-all kinds at E.
H. Moses. All ribbons guaranteed fresh.
The engagement of Mrs Adele Berg t
Mr. K. S. Gjerdraui, manager of the
Houokaa Sugar Co., is announced.
Better values can be obtained at E. H.
Moses for laces than elsewhere in Hilo.
Call and see his line of lace goods.
T. A. Burnlnghani, of E. O. Hall &
Sou, Honolulu, was in the city the latter
part of the week, arriving trout Kohala.
A. M. Burns, editor of the Herald, has
been afflicted during the week with a
slight attack ol malarial fever, but Is now
Miss Erbeck will give the principal
address at the rally of the Christian En
deavor societies of the city at the Halli
church Sunday evening.
A few slightly used sewing machines
for sale at "give away prices" warranted
to be in fine sewing order. Call and see
them at E. H. Moses'.
The olce of the Victor Talking Ma
cliineisoften mistaken forthe real singer.
E, H. Moses sells both the Victor and the
Singer on easy uibntuly payments.
Wednesday, Decoration Day, will be
generally observed as a holiday in Hilo.
The bank wilt be closed all day and
the stores during the afternoon.
J. R, Wilson, formerly of the Volcano
Stables, and A. L. Williams, a former
Puna attorney and the promoter of the
Puna mineral water project, have formed
a partnership in San Francisco since the
earthquake and advertise "Real estate
bought, sold and leased."
Mr. Wilson, auditor of W.G. Irwin &
Co., Honolulu, and Mr. Glbb, ofWai
uaku, bookkeeper for the Hilo Sugar Co.,
spent Sunday driving among the Puna
hilts, going as far as Pohoiki and
climbing to the top of one hill, cane
covered, where the ruins of an ancient
temple are to be found.
Mr. W. C. McCullch and wife, of San
Francisco, and Col, Philip Robin, of
Jersey, C. I., arrived Tuesday, took the
Volcano trip and returned to Honolulu
Friday. The following, arriving from the
other side of the island via the Volcano
and returning Friday were: Hettie Lloyd,
Honolulu; H. L. Lewis, Stratford, Conn.;
Eva R. Noble, Los Angeles and J. T.
Stay ton. Honolulu.
Sam K. Pua, county clerk, arrived
home from Kona by the Kinau Wednes
day, much improved in health. The
climate of Kona at higher elevations is
the best in the world, and its fruits and
coffee can not be excelled. With a rail
road completed to this section there
would undoubtedly be considerable busi
ness between the two sides of the island
in travel and exchange of products.
Gillette Safety Razors at Olaa Sugar
Co., Ltd., Stores. 31.tr
Mr. E. D, Baldwin returned Tuesday
from a trip occupying several days down
into Puna on some government survey
work. He located the lines of the school
properties at Kopoho and Kamaili, for
the school department; also of the acre at
the Kauaea, which the Bishop estate has
given the Territory for the school pur
poses. For the Public Lands department
he made a resurvey of the Pahoa village
tract. Mr L. Turner accompanied him
on a vacation trip.
Kluau Departures, Nay :15th.
F. A. Richards. L. L. Lewis, J. T.
Stay ton, It. Gorman, Father Adrian,
Miss E. Noble, Miss Lloyd, F. D. Cree
don.M. F. Prosser, C. F. Petersen, Miss
Emma Rose, Mrs. McGulre, W. C.
Milknlick, Mrs. W. C. Mllulick, Col. P.
Robblu, ,M. M. O. Shaughnessy, F. L.
Winter, Mrs. W. H. Rickard.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Successful Church Sotln
The entertainment givell Friday even
Itlg by the young' Indie, uf the First
Foreign church at the church parlors)
was one of the most successful In the
history ol Hilo church socials A guess
lug game was played, after which vocal
and instrumental solos were rendered. An
excellent number, in which Miss Frank
Potter read selections from "Hiawatha,"
accompanied upon the piano by her sister,
Miss Curoline Potter, was well received.
Tile literary program was brought to a
close by the production of the tragedy
comedy entitled "An Interrupted Propo
sal" by some stars from the entertain'
meut committee of the Order of the Eas
tern Star. The cast of characters was as
follows: Mr. N. Peck, T. Stone, L. Sever
ance; Mrs. Stone, Mrs. K. N. Holmes;
Miss Stone, Mrs. D. A. I,oebenstelu:Mrs.
Ramsey, an aunt, Mrs D. W. Marsh; Mrs.
Steve Howard, her nephew, E. E Rich
ards; Belly, a maid, Miss Mable Wise;
Mr. Tracy, J. U. Smith. Dcllciona ice
cream of various kinds was afterwards
Lieut. Lyman To Mnnllu.
Second Lieutenant Clarence K. Lyman,
4th Cavalry, U. S. A., is a through pass
enger ou the trausport Shetmau en route
to the Philippines to join his regiment.
Lieut. Lyman Is Hawaii's first regular
army officer, having been sent to West
Point from here five years ago. This is
his second visit home .f luce his gradua
tion. He was met at the dock by his
father. Lieut. .Lyman's younger brother
is now at West Point, having been
appointed by Delegate Kalauianaole.
Young Lymau's home is at Hilo,
(ucstlon or l'ubllo Policy.
The commissioner of Public Lands
addresses a letter to the Board of Super
visors enclosing an application of Clias.
Furueaux for ',64 acacs ol land in the
Volcano Road Forest Reserve. The
commissioner writes: "I would respect
fully request you to express your views,"
etc. "If Government disposes of this
section, other sections will probably be
applied for and the applicants will natur
ally expect to receive the same privileges
granted in this case, therefore, the dis
position of this application may be taken
to define the policy of the government."
Koa Deal Closed.
The koa lumber company, organized for
the purpose of getting out lumber on the
Bishop estate lauds in Kau, is practically
formed. O.T. Shipman signed the papers
on Thursday and it is expected that the
Bishop estate trustees will act upon them
favorably at a meeting to be held soon.
This deal was engineered by the Henry
Waterhouse Trust Co., President Shingle
looking after the details. Mr. Richley
will probably return to Hilo this Kinau,
and work will begin as soon as the necess
ary machinery can be installed. George
Lycurgus will be on of the organizers.
Kluiin Arrivuls, May 28th.
J. A. Scott, J. Watt, J. T. Molr, Mrs. J.
M. Ross, Mr. J. M. Ross, MlssS. Maha
iula, Miss CM. Erbeck, J. Mauuiua, T.
Mullen, J. Roberson, A. Lindsay, O. E
McCarthy, R. C. Lydecker, Miss M.
Creightou, Mrs. W. Elemakule, Miss E.
Elemakule, G. Arloli & wife, Rev. S. L.
Desha, R. A. Lucas, Miss Maria Mahoe,
Mesk Matsumura & Infant, W. H. C.
Campbell, F. L. Winter, W. Pullar, J.
Webster, J. M. Kaulla, Col. P. Robbins,
W. C. Mikulich & wife.
The Kennel Club.
Considerable interest is apparently be
ing taken by the local dog fanciers in the
organization of the proposed Kennel Club.
The rules and regulations of the national
union of dog fanciers have been sent for
to Honolulu, also an authorization to
organize. On receipt of the latter the
first meeting will be held a sort of stock
holders' meeting, the "stock" in this case
being dogs. Announcement of the date
of .the first bench show, it is supposed,
will follow organization shortly.
First House For New Vlllngo.
A house on Pouohawai street, that had
become the property of the government
through the expiration of a lease to the
land upon which it stood, was sold at
auction by the Public Works department
on Saturday. Being a house of verv
respectable dimensions, it was bought
by G. F. Affonso and Joao Soares for
removal to Kaiwiki Point, where it will
be the first, house in the proposed village
of Andersouville, to be built bv the
Osorlo association at that place.
IJEC0U.VT1UX DAV EXEUCHKS.
Serrlccs In Unlit Churcli-Mllltnry
Ceremonials at Cemetery
Decoration Day will be observed
Wednesday with services at the Halll
church, beginning at 2:30 p. m, The
services will be conducted by Rev. C. E.
Shields and Rev. S. L. Desha. Carl S.
Smith wilt deliver the address and there
will be music by the Co. D double quartet,
also a production entitled "Our Flag,"
rendered by the school children of
the city under the direction of Miss
Josephlhe Deyo. Co. D will attend as a
company, also the Hilo Boarding School
boys In company organization. After
the services Co. D and the Boarding
School company, as on escort to the grand
army, will march to the cemetery where
decoration ceremonies will be performed
according to the army regulations. The
band will also be present and ploy at the
cemetery. Mrs. Terry has the decoration
In charge and flowers for the purpose
may be left with her. Mrs. Jarret T.
Lewis has the direction of the music.
I'crrormerH are Enthusiastic.
If enthusiasm and attention to re
hearsals count for anything, the war play
" Santiago," to be given jointly by the
Elks and Company D, is bound to be a
splendid success. Every Wednesday and
Saturday evening the Hilo Armory re
sounds with stage thunder and the rattle
of musketry, which is being rehearsed
to give realism to the war drama. The
performers itf the cast have been quick
to respond to the stage directions under
the supervision of Mrs. A. G. Curtis, and
as the various scenes of the play have
been quickly learned, the Interest of those
taking part increases.
Some heretofore undiscovered taleut
has been introduced into the cas.t. which
will prote a surprise to the community
and to those fortunate enough to witness
this thrilling war drama. Neither pains
nor expense are being spared to make
"Santiago" a mammoth spectacular pro
duction, seldom seen outside of the legit
imate stage on the mainland, and it
promises to be the principal feature of
the Fourth of July celebration.
Major and Mrs. J. H. Morgan, 9th
Cavalry at Fort Riley, Kansas, writes our
Honolulu correspondent, invited in a
number of their friends on the 10th hist,
to announce the engagement of their
daughter Mary to Lieut. Clarance K. Ly
man of the 4th Cavalry. Miss Morgan
Is one of the prettiest and. most popular
of last year's debutantes, Young Lyman
is ciiuereni irom most or the "cotton
tails" who have been in Honolulu,
Generally, as the transports approach the
dock they are seen In their best bibs and
tuckers looking among the crowd; but
Lyman has never been known to appear
on the streets in uniform. At the hotel
dances he is always In citizen's clothes,
and when he reached here last week he
skipped ashore, a handsome chap, but
with not a scrap of uniform.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, June 3., 11 a. m. Annual
Children's Day exercises of the Sabbath
School. 7:30 p. m. Union meeting in
the Halll church.
I HO! FOR THE GLORIOUS 1
Gouvea, the borse-shoer, has located a
the comer of Front and King streets,
makal. He is a first class mechanic in
his Hue and guarantees the best work
in Hilo. He respectfully solicits the
patronage of all, old customers aud new.
Applications for sewer connections
must be made at the office of the Hilo
Water Works and Sewers.
Supt. of Sewers.
Hilo, May 32, 1906. 30-iuio
This Valuable Solution Is a
Most Necessary Article
where there are
Horses and Cattle
Konlgshorer-LoebeiiBteln Wedding, j
An Oakland exchange contains the
following: Cupid has been as busy In Ei.-iiv In iM. ,,! ,nm,
Alameda as elsewhere during these ex- where the stock ar0 w , ed at var.
traordinarv times. One of his pranks ,ous $ea$onj by M many t h
that will greatly Interest the people here I the dreaded HORN FLY, the HORSE
was marriage of Leon Konlgshcfer.oue fly and the HOUSE FLY.
01 uie most prominent young busiuers
men, to Miss Etta Muy Loebeustein.
The ceremony took place yesterday
morning on the arrival of the steamer
Ventura, on which the bride came from
"Stop Flies" is an antiseptic and dis
infectant solution ami eliminates these
pests from the stables, house and from
Horn Files, Horse Flies, etc., are kept
away from the animals by spraying each
morning. This insures comfort and ease
for the tortured animals.
Manufactured by the
Hilo Drug Co.
I warrauted. For sale by Hilo Drug Co. , around Tim COK.Nitu hkom THK hotki.
A Medicine thut Will Cure
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Dial
rlioen Remedy is the uiott successful
medicine in the world for bowel com p.
laiuts, and is the only remedy that will
cure chornlc diarrhoea. Every bottle is
I TWO DAYS' RACES I
At Hilo, Hawaii, July 4th and 5th, 1906, under
auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at Hoolulu Park
WKDNHSDAY, JULY 4th
Base Ball Game $100.00
J-tnile Hawaiian Bred , 75.00
jl-ruUe Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile L,una Race 50.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
4-mile Jap Race 5ooo
1J4 mile Free-for-All 150.00
j-milc Hawaiian Bred 7500
1 mile Bronco Bustins, Club to furnish mounts... 50.00
THURSDAY, JULY 5th
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-tnilc Free-for-All $125.00
f-mile Hawaiian Bred 75.00
-mile Jap Race 50.00
-mile Pony Race for Boys.., 20.00
-6-mile Hawaiian Bred 5000
1 mile Free-for-All ." i5o!oo
1 mile Hawaiian Bred .'. 10000
3 mile Relay Race, for other than race horbes 50.00
Entries close at 6 oo p. m., June 30. 1906. Subject to change.
TERMS: Entrance fee, 10 of parse. Three or more
to enter, two or more to start. Professional jockeys will
be barred in all races excepting Free for-AUs. Hawaiian
bred races to be catch weights. Free-for-All races to be
weight for age. No stall rent will be charged.
BASE BALL GAME
E. N. HOLMES
WOULD CALL ATTENTION THIS WEEK
TO THEIR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
White Dress Goods
CONSISTING IN PART OF
India Linpn 12 He to 35c per yard
Persian Lawn 20c to 45c per yard
ORGANDIE, INDIA MULL, CHECKED
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BLUE, LIGHT GREEN, CREAM AND
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mg uot" S". 15c, 20c, 25c
Nainsook, Linen Batiste, sheer but durable; Mohair Luster
tor uress blurts in Dark Blue and Black, extra wide.
OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS VERY
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
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