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Gillette Safety Razors at Olan Sugar
Co., Mil., Stores. 3t-tf
Tlie ship Falls of Clyde left Sau Fran
cisco for Hlloon May 39.
Attention Is called to the change tills
week in the Hd of W. C, Peacock & Co.
Souvcnolr leather postal cards at K,
H. Moses." All thr go In the States. A
new lot just on land.
Mrs. I)r. Russel of Mountain View,
' -Olaa, was visiting with friends In Hilo a
few days during the week.
Mr. Fred. Trowbridge arrived by the
last Enterprise after an aim nee of seven
years spent in San Francisco at school.
Miss Ellen Penrce, who has been 0 stu
dental Stanford University during the
bast ear, nrrhcil home 01 the Enter
prise. C. M. Washington and Roger A. Derby
tourists from New York, went to the
Volcano Thursday, returning to Honolulu
H. V. Patten, of the First Hank of Hilo,
went to Honolulu on the trip oer of the
Enterprise, leaving Wednesday and re
Rev. C. E. Shields, accompanied by
airs. Shields, expects to leave by the first
Hilonian lor San Francisco on their way
to Iowa for a vacation visit.
The steamer Hilonian left Seattle for
via Honolulu on May 29. She will be
due here about June 12 and will probably
leave for San Francisco about the 15th.
Miss Mary Nailitna, teacher in the
school at Fifteen-tulle. Olaa, gave an
elaborate luau ot her home on Saturday.
A large number were present, several
Irom Hilo attending.
If you wish jour coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Milt clean,, classify and place the same
on the market for you. Mbcral cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Capt. Goe and bride arrived Wednes
day from Sau Francisco by the schooner
W. II. Marston. The genial captain has
many friends in Hilo who wish for the
happy couple a pleasant voyage through
The schoouer W. H. Marston, Captain
Gove, arrived Wednesday noon, fifteen
days from Sau Francisco. She brought
a general cargo consigned to Hackfeld &
Co. She will load with sugar at this
Carl S. Smith states that he has re
ceived no notification of the actirfn of the
Bar Association relative to an investiga
tion and interviewed by a Triuunb re
presentative, declined to give any state
ment or express his opinion on the
R. I. Mllie who returned home from
San Francisco by the Enterprise last
Monday, talks interestingly of the earth
quake city. The trembling of the earth
had not yet ceased when Mr. Mllie left
sy Oaklaud. It is stated that slight earth-
quakes had occured every day since the
great quike of April iS and that as many
as 340 had been registered by the seismo
graph. Eastern Slur Social.
A very enjoyable card party was given 1
by the order of the Eastern Star to a
limited number of Its friends last night
at the Musonic hall. The game of five
hundred was played nnd during a recess,
while light refreshments were being
prepared, a short musical program was
rendered. Floral prizes were awarded to
the winners, one of the most popular
ladies winning the ladies priie, and the
gentleman's being carried ofT by a very
ordinary card plajcr. Hawaii Chapter
No 1., O. E. S., uuder its, energetic
matron, Mrs. Helen McKay, is having a
very prosperous year, which promises tol
equul the work of the order in its palm
A quiet wedding occured at the resid
ence of Mr. II. V. Patten, in Puueo, on
the morning of Wednesday, May 30,
when his brother E. F. Patten, the new
manager of h. Turner & Co., Ltd, was
joined iu marrage to Miss Eleanor May
Goudey. of Port Maitlaud, Nova Scotia,
who arrived on the Enterprise Monday.
The ceremony was performed by Rev. C.
E, Shields, pastor of the First Foreign
church. The newly married couple
went to the Volcano by the afternoon
train on a wedding trip, returning Sun
day. Kliinn Arrhals, May SOth.
O. C. Shipumu, Peter McRae, Miss
Clara Shipman, Miss Ivy Richardson,
II. A. Kneel, II. L. Waudbchueider, Mrs.
M. h. O'Brien, C. W. Allien, Rev. C. S.
Mnsley & wife, A. M. Chung, J. H.
Mukino, Father Adrian, J. M. Katnoku,
8. W. A. Kaleihua, Joe Kinney, C. M.
Washington, R. A. Derby, Geo. Lycur
gus. The L'uccreH Henelit.
The benefit toChas. Caceres, to be given
by the band, will occur on Thursday
evening of this week at the armory, and
will consist of a dunce, interspersed with
piano numbers played by Mr. Carcere.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, June 10, 11 a. i. "Twelve I
wells of water, and three-score ami ten
palm trees," Ex. 15:27. 7:30 p. m.
"Weighed in the balance," Dan. 5127.
Suit lengths at cut prices at Economic.
Call and see them.
Mrs. Elliot will entertain the Piano
Club on Wednesday afternoon. ,
Mrs. A. G. Curtis, of Kurtistown, went
to Honolulu by the Enterprise Wednes
J. C. Moclue arrived home from Sau
Francisco by way of Honolu In on the
II. h. Wnndschncidcr is in the city on
a trip in the interest of the Pioneer Ad
vertising Co. of Honolulu,
Harry Irwin returned from Honokaa
Thursday, where he had spent several
days on legal business.
' Sam K. Pua expects to go to Honolulu
by next week's Kiiiau to bring home his
daughter who has been at school there the
Miss Guard expects to leave for San
Francisco by the Hilonian on its first
trip and spend her summer vacation in
Mrs. E. M. Arigiherger, a teacher in
1 the Kohala schools, arrived on the Enter
prise and will leave by the same steamer
for the coast.
Dock Deer by the bottle, or on draught,
at the Union Saloon.
Miss Fentou, of Oaklaud arrived from
Honolulu by the Enterprise Sunday.
She is visiting with the family of John
Scott at Wainaku.
" I don't know whether I am going into
politics this year. I have got to consult
my editor," is the remark attributed to
Pain fcr Woods by the Advertiser in its
column of alleged sayings of prominent
The American Hawaiian freight steamer
American is due from Maul during the
week. She will complete her cargo by
taking 011 about a thousand tons of sugar
at this port. Ker destination is Phila
The case against Fugimoto, brought by
Building Inspector Lewis, for construct
ing a building without a permit, came
up lor Hearing Monday nelore Judge
Hapai and the case vas continued till
The Walluku was the highest In mouths
last Thursday, due, undoubtedly, to a
heavy rainstorm near its source. The
water roared through the rocky gorge iu
town for a few hours making a very re
Rev. C. S. Liusley', chaplain fr the
Pepeekeo and Laupahoehoe plantations,
accompanied by his wife, was in Hilo last
Wednesday on his way home from Hono
lulu and attendance upou the aunual
Episcopal Church Convocation.
R. I. Lillie has received the first
number of a uew San Francisco publica
tion "The Sau Francisco Magazine." It
contains a number of views of the city
burning, and of the subsequent ruins.
These views are the best that have ap
A cheap imitation of good sewing
machine is a dangerous article to spend
your money for. None arc really de
pendable upon but the old reliable Sing
er. E. H. Moses of Hilo will fill your
wants in this line. Both lock-stitch and
The Evening Bulletin of May 31 con
tains a 48-page supplement in magazine
form. Its subject matter is a "special
Review of the Main Industry of Hawaii."
It is neatly printed and full of half-toue
views, and is valuable to send abroad or
keep for reference as to the sugar indus
try. The text iu the decision of Haddock
vs. Haddock, in which the supreme court
of the United States has recently decided
that a divorce obtained against a person
who is not resident within the Jurisdic
tion of the court, is void, was received in
Hilo by Sunday's mall. It seems to be
pretty clearly the opinion of lawyers that
persons who have obtained these void
divorces and subsequently have married,
are guilty of bigamy.
lilackHiiiltli Wants Place.
A blacksmith who has had long ex.
perieuce In plantation work is looking
for n position. For particulars call, at or
address, the TluiiUNK office.
H MATTER OF HEALTH
MAS MO SUISTJTU7Z
Dtil'OUATlON 1AV OtlHiiltYKI).
Flowers nnd Floral Designs ltenutlfr
Decoration Day was generally observed
as a holiday by the people of Hilo, the
territorial schools being closed, and the
business houses, for the afternoon at
least, The cemetery was the scene of
quiet activity in the morning with the
people engaged iu adoring the graves of
their dead. Flowers were used in pro
fusion and arranged with good taste and
The services were held In the Halll
church at 2:30 p, m. and were conducted
bp Rev. S. L. Desha and Rev. C. E.
Shields. The address was delivered by
Hon. Carl S. Smith, which was full of
patriotic sentiment and contained appre
ciative reference to the defenders of the
country's flag, living and dead. Two
selections were rendered by the Company
D double quartet, Mrs, Clias. Slcmsen
accompanist, as follows, "We Shall Meet
But We Shall Miss Him," and "Tenting
on the Old Camp Ground," the singers
were Messrs. W. II. Beers, J. D. East on,
Enoch Brown, L. C. Akiona, Ben Brown,
Wm. Roback, and Capt. Fetter. A song
"Our Flag" was also well sung by forty
school children uuder the direction of
Mios Josephine Deyo,
At the.conclusion, Co. D, and the Hilo
Boarding School boys in company forum
tiou, accompanied by a number from the
audience, and beaded by the band,
marched to the cemetery. Here, after
the manner prescribed by army regula
tions, a salute of three volleys was fired,
taps "were blown, and floral decorations
placed upon the graves of each of the
former members of the company burled
there. A Urge crowd witnessed this
military display, effective by contrast
with the peaceful character of the sur
roundings. Of the half-dozen Grand Army men
living in the vicinity, the following were
present at the services as representatives
of the G. A. R.: Messrs. John Maun, W.
C. Borden, I. A. Hutchinson and Henry
M.VK1NU STAUE EFFECTS.
Active Preparations In Progress for
Few persons realize the amount of
labor connected with the successful pro
duction of a military drama like "Saut
ago," even by amateurs, but the mana
gers of the war play now being rehearsed
at the Hilo Armory promise to cive the
public their money's worth on the night
of the 4th of July.
Not the least of the difficulties encoun
tered in the Hilo Armory were the acous
tic properties. Built like a huge barn,
the walls of the building echoed and re-
choed every sound, aud an ordinary
conversation sound like a babel of voices.
This has all been changed by the Hall
committee, who by systematically string.
ing wires iu series across the hall have
corrected tfiis defect, so that now evcrv
word spoken from the big stage can be
heard iu any part of the hall.
The walls of the building are lined
with scenery, drop curtains, and hall
finished canvasses in process of construe
ion by artist Hering The play required
six changes of scenery aud it has been
the desire of Mr. Hering and those in
charge to give the desired effect to the
play by making every scene different.
The Properties Committee have been
busy in the preparation of paraphernalia
necessary to give realistic effect to the
show. 1 here are all sorts of mechanical
devices for imitating a storm, the boom
of cannon, rattle of small arms, sizzling
bombs aud the explosion heard iu the
blowing up of earthworks. All these de
tails are being carefully looked after by J.
D. Easton and the committee under him,
and precautions are being taken to re
move every element of danger iu their
The military boys and the members of
the cast are rehearsing the various acts
of the play, and it is a matter of gratifi
cation to Mrs. A. G. Curtis, having the
direction of the play in hand, to see the
enthusiasm of those takinir nart nnd the
readiness with which all arc taking hold
o make the show a big success.
The steamer Enterprise left for Hono
lulu on Wednesday morning returning
Sunday. She will sail for San Francisco
on Wedneseay afternoon carrying a
cargo of sugar. The following passengers
are booked: Mrs. R. E. Byrne and three
childreu, Miss Byrne, Miss Davis, Mrs.
Augsberger, C. O. Laudgren and M. W.
To Correct Old Sorveis.
lerruoriai surveyor . u. Ualitwln ex
pects to begin in a few weeks an exten. t
sivejobof running lines in the vicinity1
of the Volcano on the Bishop estate prop-1
erty. The work will require several
weeks aud Mr.
Baldwin's family may ,
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At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. F. T.
Forrest, Punaluu, on Saturday evening,
June 2, Mr. Frederick Martin and Miss
Margaret Gowrie Pflrqulmr were married
in the presence of the Kau "Four
Hundred" and some few friends from
Promptly at 8 o'clock the strains of the
wedding march, played by Mrs. Forrest,
drew the attention of the assembled
guests. The groom appeared accompanied
by his groomsman, Mr. II. D. Harrison,
Simultaneously from another direction
came Mrs. David Pullar, matron of
honor, followed by Mr. David Pullar
with the bride upon his arm. On meet
ing, the bride aud groom were stationed
under a beautiful floral wedding bell
presented by the native Hawalians of
The cerruiony, which was very short
and Impressive, was performed by tho
Rev. C.W.Hill, of Hilo.
After receiving congratulations from
the many friends, dancing was engaged
iu to the music of a large baud of native
musicians. Iu another room the many
costly and beautiful wedding gifts were
displayed, and the collection of solid
silver, cut glass, etc., was well worthy of
the admiration it received, and showed
the esteem in which the happy couple
At midnight, Mr. and Mrs. David
Pullar entertained over one hundred
guests at supper, during which the usual
toasts were proposed. The groomsman,
Mr. II. B. Harrison, responded in a
felicitous speech for the bride and groom.
The bride's dress was composed of
white silk trimmed with chiffon, nnd the
bridal veil was made of orange blossoms.
After taking an active part in the
festivities, tbs happy couple drove to
their lovely home at Moaula, where they
will be pleased iu due course to welcome
all their friends.
Pleasant Card Party.
A card party given by Mr. and Mrs. H.
L. Shaw Saturday evening at their resi
dence adjoining the Hilo Hotel, was
greatly enjoyed by those present, among
whom were several who had recently re
turned to Hilo from school abroad. The
game of the evening was Five Hundred,
some pretty prizes being given as n con
solation to those having the lowest scores.
Very nice refreshments were served iu
the dining room. Those present were
Misses Clara and Carrie Shipman, Miss
Trowbridge, Mis Ruth Richardson, Miss
Guard anil Miss Ruth Guard; and Dr .
Hayes, and Messrs. Geo. Day, Fred Trow
bridge, F. Guard, G. A. Cool and J. W.
At the Volcano House.
Several from Hilo and vicinity made
the trip to the Volcano by automobile
and spent Sunday there. Among these
were; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kennedy,
Mr. James & wife, accompanied by Capt.
Gove aud. bride; Mr. and Mrs. C. C.
Kennedy, accompanied by Mr. ami Mrs.
Clias. Furneaux and Bruce Kennedy;
Mr. John' Watt and family and Miss
Squire. There were four aulos Ht the
Klunu Departures, May SOth.
Mrs. Kahlokele, Miss Annie Kearo,
Miss M. Meiue, J. Robertson (Hilo to
Malaaia), P, Burniugham, C. M. Wash
ington, R. A. Derby, C. B. Lyman, O. E.
McCarty, Jared G. Smith, Miss W. Wil
cox, Mrs. W. H. Rickard, Dt. and Mrs.
R. J. McGettlgan and five childreu, Sain
P. Woods, J. F. C. Hagens, and R. C. Ly
Applications for sewer connections
must be made at the office of the Hilo
Water Works and Sewers.
Supt. of Sewers.
Hilo, May 22, 1906, 30-imo
This Valuable Solution Is a
Most Necessary Article
where there are
Horses and Game
Especially to In this Hawaiian climate
where the stock are so annoyed at var
ious seasons by so many pests, such as
the dreaded HORN FLY, the HORSE
1 FLY and the HOUSE FLY.
"Stop Flies" is an antiseptic and dis
infectant solution ami eliminates tl:ete
pests from the stables, house and from
Horn Flies, 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.
akound tiik coknuk from thu jiotki,
I HO! FOR THE GLORIOUS 1
I 4th of 1
I JULY 1
j TWO DAYS' RACES
At Hilo, Hawaii, July 4th and 5th, 1906, under
auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at Hoolulu Park m
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4tli
Base Ball Game $100.00
Mj-mile Hawaiian Bred 75.00
J-mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Luna Race v 50.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred" 50.00
-ruile Jnp Race , 50.00
i mile Free-for-AlL 150.00
-niile Hawaiian Bred , 7500
1 mile Bronco Buslins, Club to furnish mounts... 50.00
THURSDAY, JULY 5th
j5-mile Free-for-All $125.00
fi-mile Hawaiian Bred 75.00
milejnp Race 50.00
-miIe Pony Race for Boys 20.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
1 mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Hawaiian Bred 100.00
3 mile Relay Race, for other tlmn race horses 50.00
Entries close at 6 00 p. in.1, June 30, 1906. Subject to change.
TERMS: Entrance fee, 10 of purse. Three or more
to enter, two or more to start. Professional jockeys will
be barred in ell races excepting Free for-Alls. Hawaiian
bred races tp be catch weights. Free-for-All races to be
weight for age. No stall rent will be charged.
BASE BALL GAME
WOULD CALL ATTENTION THIS WEEK
TO THEIR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
White Dress Goods
CONSISTING IX PART OF
India Linon 12 l-2c to 35c per yard
Persian Lawn 20c to 45c per yard
ORGANDIE, INDIA MULL, CHECKED
AND STRIPED DIMITY, PIQUE, DOT
' TED SWISS IN WHITE, BLACK, LIGHT
BLUE, LIGHT GREEN, CREAM AND
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IfUllg UU 111 underwear, at ir A r
per yard 13Wj vW5 LOJ
Nainsook, Linen Batiste, sheer but durable; Mbhair Luster
for Dress Skirts in Dark Blue aud Black, extrn wi'de.
OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS VERY
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS ,
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST '
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INQ UP 'PHONE
POR PRICES ON ALL, KINDS OP PRINTING
AND FAIR PRICES
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