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Mr. J. N. Phillips, of Olna, was n Hllo
Gillette Safety Razors at Olaa Sugnr
Co., Ltd., Stores. 3tf
Father Wendellu left Monday for Wui
plo to-remaln foi a week.
Thursday will be Corpus Christ!, a
feast observed In the Catholic Church.
Capt. Gove and bride are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. James during
their brief stay In Hllo.
The closing exercises for the year of
the St. Joseph's school will take place en
Friday, June 15. at 9 a. m.
Fred Trowbridge, who recently return
ed to Hllo from San Francisco, has taken
a position with the Hllo Mercantile Co.
I. H. Ray has moved his law office to
the office adjoining that of Attorney Le
Blond, a few doors on Walnueuue Street,
mauka of his former office.
Cable advice has been received that'
the. bark Amy Turner arrived at San
Francisco on May 30, twenty days from
Hllo. She will load there for Hllo.
Mr. J. II. l'ullar, traveling represent
ative of the Honolulu Iron Works, was
In tht city during the past week, return
ing to Honolulu by the Kluau Friday.
Kamehamelia Day was universally ob
suved in Hllo. The bank was closed all
day and the other business houses during
the afternoon, while the postoffice kept
legal holiday hours.
Loke, the daughter of Ah Qual, ail en
gineer at Tnpaikou, was married to Ah
Kce at the home of the bride's father nt
Peepeekeo. A number of the prominent
persons of the locality was present.
The engagement is announced of Miss
Jenevlve Venable, formerly of this city,
now at her home In Virginia, to Dr. Mor
ton Holladay, of Hampton-Sidney, Va.
The wedding will take place on July 5.
Rev. S. L. Desha went to Honolulu by
the Klnau Friday. He returns to La.
halna by the Klnau Tuesday, takes part
in the closing school exercises of the
Lahaiua Luna, and returns by the Klnau
Rev. C. E. Shields and wife leave by
the Hiloulau for the coast and Hast on
their vacation. They expect to visit at
Mrs. Shields' former home, Loveland,
near Cincinnati, Ohio, and to return about
the middle of September.
The Cauaueii copper mine, in Mexico,
where a bloody battle occutred between
Mexicans uud Americans, is the one
where Dr. Galbraith and fugitive
Treasurer Wright, foruicly of Hawaii,
are located. Advertiser.
The breakwater at Kahului that is
being built there is plainly visible from
the streets of Walluku and is now pretty
well out Into what was before a shoal
where the surf broke whenever the
water was rough. Maul News.
Mrs. H. E. Richards and children
leave for the coast by the Hilouian, re
turning from a six mouth's visit in Hilo
with Mr. K. E. Richards. Mrs. Richards
is delighted with Hilo and would like to
take this country along with her.
The grounds about the Riverside
school building have been recently
planted with palms of different varieties,
bamboos and other shrubbery. The
grounds were graded and leveled some
time since by the district road supervisor.
At the meeting of the trustees of the
Hilo Public Library held last week, the
resignation of Miss Hill as Librarian
was offered. The position is vacant and
applications for the place will be received
by Mrs. Severance, president of the asso
ciation. Mrs. Geo. Kaiheuui was called to Hllo
the latter part of the week, from her Ka
onoulu home at Olaa, on accouut of the
death of her sister, Mrs. Cockett, in Ho
lulu, who was albo a sister of Mrs. G. W.
A. Hapai, of this city. Mrs. Kaihenui
All the Hllo schools close this week
for the summer vacation. L. C. Lyman,
principal of the Hilo Boarding School,
and Miss Lyman and Miss Potter of the
same school, and Miss Deyo of the Union
school, will leave by the first trip of the
Hilouian for San Francisco to spend
their twelve weeks' vacation in California.
Miss Amy Hill, who has served the
Hilo Library most faithfully during the
past year as libariau, leaves soon for Sau
Francisco, going either direct by the
Hilouian or by way of Honolulu. She ex
pects to enter Pomona college at Pomona,
near Los Angeles, at the beglnniug of
the fall term and. to complete the college
The flooring and joists of the portion
of the first floor of the Peacock block
occupied by the First Hank of Hilo
having been seriously affected by dry
rot, they were torn away by carpenters
and replaced with new materials. The
rear office was completed first, Saturday
ufternoon, and Sunday aud Monday, the
bank being closed, the counters and fur
niture were removed from the main office
and the work of tearing out the old floor
aud putting in the new completed so
that the business of the bank was not
seriously interrupted. Ventilation, the
pieveutlve of dry rot in wood, is being
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Suit lengths at cut prices at Economic.
Call ii ml see them.
Mrs. G. W. Lockington returned to
Kona bv the Kluau Friday.
Mrs. II. G. Juukin, of Mountain View,
was a Hilo visitor during the past week.
Dr. J. J. Grace and wife are expected to
leave Auckland, N. '. , for Hilo June 14.
Mrs. Harry Richards gave h farewell
afternoon tea to a few of her lady friends
The American-Hawaiian steamer
American sailed for Phlladelhia Friday
evening with 8000 tons of sugar.
All persons wishing to secure the ser
vices of boys during tlic summer should
leave word at the Hllo Boarding School.
The Geo. W. Perkins, with 100.000
feet of lumber for the Hllo Mercantile
Co. is due to arrive soon from Gray's
The frieuds of Co. D. are putting forth
their best efforts to secure for it one of
prizes in the Auto contest. This is the
J. C. Ridgway left by the lasfrKlnau for
Maul and Honolulu. Ralph Balding
will act as deputy collector of customs
In his absence.
Dr. E. W. Schultz, of Bremen, Ger
many, a teacher on the German training
ship Hergoziu, now in Honolulu, is vl-l-ing
at the Volcano.
Mrs. Jarrett T. Lewis returned Wednes
day from Kukaiau where she had been on
a visit with the family of Albert Horner,
the Hamakua farmer.
On July first the First Bank Hilo Will
open a saviugs department. Sums of one
dollars and upwards will be received and
interest paid on savings balances.
A party of school teachers will leave
for the Volcano House by the Mauna
Loa immediately following the close of
the school term. Advertiser.
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.
The exercises of the sixtti uuuual com
mencement of St. Joseph's School for
Girls will occur at the school building
on Saturday, June 16. Tlic public is in
vited to attend the exercises.
The Hilo Mercantile Co. is building a
large two story lumber shed on the
Moohcau Park side of their ware-house
between Front Street and the railroad
switch. It is 40x190 "feet in dimensions
and is strongly framed.
Joe de Prietas formerly employed by
Dayies & Co. for nine years, left
by the. steamer American for Philadel
phia, shipping as assistant steward. He
goes to attend school and expects to
enter a college at Danville, Ind.
The wife of Koohimaumu Apolo, of
Fapaikou, made complaint to the Sheriff's
office Sunday against her husband. The
pillkia was a family row in which her
husband threw a pair of shears causing
an ugly wound in the woman's hand.
Tin only place in town to purchase a
reliable phonograph with all the latest
improvements is at E. II. Moses'. He
has on band, the the largest and best
selected stock of records on the Island.
Any of the six different styles may be
purchased on small monthly payments.
T. Clive Davles is expected at Waiakea
by this week's Kinau. While in the city
he will look over the Davles' & Co's in
terests, remaining a few days. He will
returu to Honolulu by way of Mahuko
na, visiting poiuts en route on the island
where his company has interests,
The Railroad employees gave a luau at
Waiakea at the home of Elmer Wilson,
the conductor on the Hilo-Mountaiti View
run, on Saturday night. The em
ployees and a few invited guests were
present. It was one of the most elaborate
ever givcu in Hilo and was much enjoyed.
"Hilo whooped as one man when the
Enterprise came in with lemons and
limes. It Isu'tHllo Enterprise I am
speaking of. If there was any of that,
the big island would grow all the limes
and lemons needed in the Territory."
To say nothing of the falsity or other
wise of the former part of the above fan
ciful flight quoted from the Advertiser,
the latter part contains an Important
suggestion and some food for thought.
S-" Sr-J"" 1JJLJ1ILU"
A MATTE OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
UfcliEUHATE KAMEIIAMtlllA iVV.
'itonil Hoard's l.unti lit (Joconuut Is
IiihiI UiimoR- Kte.
The men of the road department, 7 i"
number, gave a luau at Cocoauut Island
nt two o'clock Monday afternoon In cele
bration ol the holiday. The supply of
provisions and refreshments was abund
ant; the baud was present and there was
very much of a good time. During the
morning there was a base ball game be
tween the Road Board team and the
Pecpeekeos. There was also a tug of
war, weight throwing and stone breaking
contests between the same teams, also a
duck catching contest In the water. There
were about 160 present of road employees
and their guests.
Exorcises For 'J'lio Fourth.
No steps have as yet been taken to
ward providing patriotic exercises for the
Fourth of July. Capt. Fetter proposes
at least ti have the national salute of
twenty-one guus fired in front of the
Armory at noon ol that day, aud to have
some music by the band. The halt is
partially seated and a stage has been
erected lor the Santiago play. Given
an orator, and arrangements would be
about complete for this feature of the
day. It is not too late for sonic citizens
to take this matter in hand. Little diffi
culty should be experienced in comple
ting arrangements and providing some
exercises of this kind that would increase
the interest of our guests and help fill in
Ilrldge Whist t'lub.
The Hllo Bridge Whist and P. J'. C.
was entertained last Friday night by Mr.
J. U. Smith and progressive duplicate
Bridge was arranged for three tables. At
the finish it was found that Mr. W. T.
Balding had won the first prize and Mr.
E. D. Baldwin was fined six tricks for
making an unofficial ''grand coup," In
this instance he trumped spades twice
and then led the ace of spades. The club
members arc tnaklug a study of the game
of Bridge Whist and some good players
Ilonrdhig School Commencement.
The commencement exercises of the
Hilo Boarding School will be held in the
audience room of the school building at
7:30 p. ui Wednesday, June 13. The
following compose the graduating cfass:
Kiyobaru Ansa!, Jas. K. Mahuakane, Jas.
K. Mattoon. Nicolau de Souza, Danle
Thomas, Soichi Yaraamoto, aud special
students Oliver Laau aud Daniel J. Punl
haole. The public is invited to attend
The steamer Hilonian will arrive in
Hilo Friday, June 15. The date of her
SailinC frotll till" Pt for Ban Prouctsuu
has not yet been set, but it will not be
before the fore part of the week following.
The following are booked for the trip:
Mrs. Richards and family, Miss Deyo,
Miss Dillon, Rev. Shields and family,
Miss Potter, Miss Guard, Miss Ellen Ly
man, L. C. Lyman, two Miss Howards,
Miss Bessie Beach and Mrs. A. E. Greu
dall. Klunu Arrivals, June (Itlu
Miss M. Dunn, Miss L. Mackey, Miss
Cliwate, Master-G. Wagner, H.Reinhart,
A. Richley, Geo. S. Curry, Miss Dagma
Anderson, Rev. E. E. Timing, J, A.
Peters, Wife and Child, F. B. Whitin,
Mrs E. Williams, Mr. E. Williams, C.
W.Tilliam and Wife, Miss C.J. Swan,
Mrs L. Spencer, Miss Helen Brook,
Josephine Phelps, and Wife, Miss
Phelps, Dr. Schultz.
Preparing To Hulld.
Rev. W. H. Pentou-Suitth was In Hilo
over the last Kinau trip obtaining fig
ures aud estimates on construction of the
new St. James church aud parsonage,
It is understood that the Victor lot at
the corner of Waiauueiiue and Pleasant
streets, a very desirable one for tht pur
pose, has been secured.
A Medicine that Will Uuro
Chamberlain's Colic Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy Is the most successful
medicine in the world for bowel comp
laints, and Is the only remedy that will
cure chornic diarrhoea. Every bottle is
warranted. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
The writer would like to correct a mis
print In the story of the "Elepaloand
the Canoe-log" In the June number of
Hawaii's Young People. Oue page 292
near the bottom read "koa woods" instead
of kou. Canoes were usually made of
koa In early days. H. F. COAN.
Union School Exercises.
The closing exercises for the year of
the Hilo Union School will'occur in the
main buildiug on Thursday, June 14, at
1 p.m. An interesting program of exer
cises, to be participated In by pupils from
the different grades, has been prepared.
The public is invited to attend.
Maria Brown, Daughter of Mr. Ben
H. Brown living on Volcano street, died
at 5:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The
funeral services were conducted by Rev.
C E. Shields at 3 p. m. Monday, Mr.
Shields being called upon in the absence
ot Mr Desha,
HAWAII, TMiSDAY, JUNK
ENTERTAINMENT AN'O UANUti
To Conclude Fourth or Jul Fes
The final attraction of the number Hllo
will have to offer in celebrating the
Fourth of July will be an etitettninnicnt
followed by n dance, given by the Hllo
Branch of the Hawaiian Women's Club,
at the Armory, on the evening of Tliurs
day, July 5. The following program Is
being prepared for a part of the evening's
"Summer Fancies," chorus; "The Owl
aud the Pussy Cat," double (Uinrtet by
eight little girls prettily attired; "Let o
Hawaii," by eight girls each carrying
some flower and representing an island;
"Blue Beard's Wives," tableau; "Rest
Thee on this Mossy Pillow," chorus;
"Ten Virgins;" vocal solo; "Pidglc;"
club song, composed by Sonny Cuhna.
Special costumes are being mtulc for the
Or. Waysoii Hurt In Auto Accident.
Dr. James T. Wavson of Honolulu,
sustained numerous painful Injuries
through the overturning of an auto
mobile he was driving on the polo
grounds at Moanalua. He was In n new
Franklin runabout recently purchased
aud, in attempting to mount a slight
knoll, Inadvertently swerved off the
balance and the machine turned a half
somersault, lauding on top of the Doctor.
Dr. Way son was accompanied by n
chauffeur, who jumped when he felt the
The Doctor was badly cut and bruised
on almost all parts of the body except
Lis face. Both wrists were sprained;
both knee caps twisted; both auklcs dud
legs bruised and wrenched and both
arms painfully hurt. Fortunately none
of the injuries arc of a nature likely to
prove serious. The Doctor' is at present
suffering considerably. Bulletin.
Development of Coffee Industry.
The coffee picking season is just begin
iug in Hamakua, following the Kona sea
son by four or five months. Each district
has its own coffee picking season, so that
with the growth of the Industry coffee
pickers could follow the picking season
around and find employment most of the
time. It is said that over In Kona the
picking season is taken into account by
the school authorities iu considering the
question of vacations. The coffee Industry
is developing in the islands, and with the
arrival of the era of good prices that is
appearing on the horizon, good money Is
likely to be made that will give a new
impetus to the business; in which case
the experience derived from the past few
years of coffee culture will be valuable.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, June 17, 11 a. m. "Let us
draw near with a true heart In full assur
mice of faltn,- Meb. 10:22. Ttie-com-mnnion
of the Lord's Supper will be
served lit connection with this service.
7:30 p. in., "Who shall abide In thy tab
ernacle?" Psl. 15:1.
GAI.ACK To the wife of Mr. Galock, at
Olaa, on Friday, June 8, a daughter.
Subscribe for the Tribune, Island sub
Will the party who obtained the set of
Century Dictionary from Mr. J. Castle
Ridgway, please return the same to the
33-4 MRS. OMA L. HOLLAND.
Applications for sewer connections
must be made at the office of the Hilo
Water Works and Sewers.
Supt. of Sewers.
Hilo, May 22, 1906. 30-11110
This Valuable Solution Is a
Most Necessary Article
whers there are
Horses and Battle
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
FLY and the HOUSE FLY.
"Stop Flies" is an antiseptic and dis
infectant solution and eliminates these
pests from the stables, house and from
Horn Files, Horse Files, etc., are kept
away from the animals by spraying each
mornibg. This insures comfort and ease
for the tortured animals.
Manufactured by the
Hilo Drug Co.
ARO0ND TJtK CORNER I'ROM Til ilOTKI.
1 HO! FOB THE GLORIOUS I
1 4th of 1
I JULY 1
I TWO DAYS' RACES
I At Hilo, Hawaii, July 4th and 5th, 1906, under
auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at lloolulu Park
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4U1
Base Ball Game $100.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 75.00
&-mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Luna Race ! 50.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
j4-mile Jap Race , 50.00
1 mile Free-for-All 150.00
JiJ-niile Hawaiian Bred 7500
1 mile Bronco Bustins, Club to furnish mounts... 50.00
THURSDAY, JULY 5U1
-raile Free-for-All ; $125.00
Ji-mile Hawaiian Bred . 75-oo
-inile Jap Race '. 50.00
J-mile Pony Race for Boys 1 20.00
f-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
1 mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Hawaiian Bred 100.00
3 mile Relay Race, for other than race horses 50.00
Entries close at 6.00 p. m., 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 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 Linon 12 l2c to 35c per yard
Persian Lawn 20c to 45c per yard
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Nainsook, Linen Batiste, sheer but durable; Mohair Luster
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OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS IS VERY
COMPLETE IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
OUR PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST
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