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the: weakly mw tribune, hilo, Hawaii, Tuesday, june 19, 1906.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Gillette Safety Razors t OUa Sugar
Co., Ltd., Stores. 3i-tf
Front external view the new jail ap
pears to be about finished.
Mr. J. G. Kotliwell, of Honolulu, was
lu Hllo over the last Klnau trip.
Typewriter ribbons of all kinds nt 12
H. Moses'. All ribbons guaranteed fresh.
Attention is called to the ad of the Mat
son Co. on this page relative to the S. S.
The steamer Enterprise is due to sail
from San Francisco on the ajrd and to
arrive in Hllo on July a.
Attention Is called to the change iu
the "Foreclosure and Sale notice of
M. R. CadlnU, tnortRngce.
Better values can be obtained at I?. H,
Moses' for laces than elsewhere in Hllo.
Call and see uis line of lace goods.
The Schooner Geo. C. Perkins from
Aberdeen, Wash., with a cargo of
lumber for the Hilo Mercantile Co.,
nrrlved Friday evening.
About n thousand bunches of bananas
will be sent to Portland from II.Ho by the
steamer HllonUu on her trip up as a
trial shipment In a new market.
Miss Deyo leaves on the Hilonian for
California where she will spend her vaca
tion, remaining for a time in Oakland
and later going to Southern California.
Work on the new high school build
ing has commenced iu the putting up of
a temporary structure to house plans,
toils, etc during construction of the
Kahaku, a native arrested ten days
ago at Walakea for assulllng a Portu
gese, plead guilty to assault and battery
in Judge Hapai's court on Saturday. He
was fined $25.
Mr. and Mrs. James G. Traylor have
announced the marralge of their sister,
Eleanor Dewees Sheriff to Mr. Franklin
Joseph Vicrra, on Monday, June 4, at
Washington, D. C.
The position of Llbrarlau made vacant
by the resignation of Miss Hill was filled
by the library trustees at a meeting held
Friday eveniug, by the appointment of
Mrs L.T. Walsh to the place.
There will be a lay service in the Foreign
Church on SAbbath June 34th, at which
Mrs. Terry will read a selected sermon.
Rev. C. W. Hill will preach Sabbath
morning July 1. Futher arrangements
for the supply of the pulpit will be wade
iu due time.
The program of the fifth of July Enter
tainment of the Hilo Branch of the Ha
waiian Women's club, published last
week contained an error in the author
ship of one of the songs. "Pidgle" is
composed by Sonny Cunha, instead of
At a meeting of the practicing attorneys
of the District Court of Kau, held on the
fifteenth day of June, A. D. 1906, at the
Court House at Walobinu, the following
Resolutions were unanimously passed.
When is it has pleased Almighty God
in His good Providence to remove from
our midst the Honorable James Hanuela
Wtipuilani, the District Magistrate of
East and West Kau, Hawaii:
Resolved: That in the untimely death
of Mr. J. H. Walpuilani the community
hast lost an honored and respected citizen,
and the district a consclentlousMaglstrate.
Resolved: That we sincerely mourn
his loss, and that we txtend to his
bereaved wife our sincere and heartfelt
sympathy in her sorrow.
Resolved: That a copy of these resolu
tions be forwarded to the widow of our
late brother, and to the Press.
C. HENRY WHITE,
WALTER H. HAYSELDEN,
(lone to Washington.
According to the Advertiser, "J. Castle
Ridgway has left Hilo for Washington,
probably permanently. He has reslgued
as Deputy Collector of Customs for the
subport of Hilo and will accept a positiou
at Washington under the Comptroller of
the Currency. Mr. Ridgway left for the
coast on the transport Sheridan."
Mr. Ridgway left Hilo without an
nouncing his intentions, and the public
generally was surprised at the news of
his departure. Had it been knowu that
he was about to go to Washington with
the possibility that he would not return,
a farewell reception would no doubt have
been accorded him. Mr. Ridgway oc
cupied a prominent position in Hilo,
socially and iu the business world, aud
had many friends who, regretting to lose
him from their midst, will wish for him
elsewhere the success his abilities should
Suit lengths at cut prices at Economic.
Call and see them.
A meeting of the planters was held in
Hilo at 1 o'clock, p. in. Monday.
The schooner Levi C. Woodbury, Capt.
Harris, arrived from Honolulu Sunday.
The steamer HilonUn will sail Tues
day evening at 6 o'clock for Sail Francis
Get your fancy work supplies at E. II.
Moses'. He has the newest and best in
The L.Turner & Co., L'td, store will
be closed for the purpose of taking stock
oil June 23, 39 and 30.
The steamer Enterprise arrived at San
Francisco on Friday, June 15. She will
sail for Hilo on the 33rd.
Mrs. J. A. Scott, of Walnaku, and her
guest, Miss Fenton, of Oaklaud, were at
the Volcano during the week.
The ship Falls of Clyde arrived Wed
nesday morning from San Francisco
with a light cargo of general merchan
dise. Win. G. Irwin, of Honolulu, will be a
passenger by the Enterprise leaving San
Francisco for Hilo on the 33rd, accoiding
to advices rccefved here.
Demosthenes Lycurgus returned Wed
nesday from his visit to his old home in
Greece. He has resumed the manage
ment of the Volcano House.
Mr. R. W. ShlnRle, of Honolulu,
arrived on the Klnau Wednesday from
the Kohala ditch celebration and is iu the
city on business connected with the
Koa lumber industry.
The Darkentine Archer sailed on June
13 from San Francisco for Hllo with a
cargo of general merchandise consigned to
Hackfeld & Co. She will load here with
sugar for San Francisco.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same
oil the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Miss Amy Hill left Hllo Friday for
Honolulu. In company with tier sister
Florence, who is now in Honolulu, she
will go to California, where they will
visit a sister, Miss Agnes Hill, living in
Fresno. Miss Hill will enter Pomona
College this fall.
The following passengers go to tin
coast by the Hilonian: Mr. Levi Lyman,
Mr. Grindell, Mrs. Richards and family,
Rev. and Mrs. Shields, Mrs. Morehead,
Miss Dillon, Miss Deyo, Miss Ellen Ly
man, Miss Stephanie Guard, Miss G.
Howard, Miss L. Howard, Miss McCord
The Inter-island fleet was well rep
resented in Hilo harbor Sunday, there
being five of the steamers in the bay for
the day. In addition there were the
ship Falls of Clyde, five- master W. II.
Marston, Schooner Geo. C. Perkins, and
late in the alternoou the new steamer
Hilonian came to anchorage.
Miss Helen Servance gave a garden
party on Saturday afternoon to the
teachers in the Hilo government schools,
at the residence of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. L. Servance, iu Puueo. About thirty
were present. Refreshments were served
on the lawn, and games and conversation
made the time pass pleasantly.
Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson, accom
panied by Messrs. James Wilder and Sol.
N. Sheridan, of Honolulu, arrived in
Hilo Saturday evening, having come
overland from Kohala, where they at
tended the ditch opening exercises on
last Monday week, Yesterday Secretary
Atkinson was taking for an auto ride
about the city by Bruce Kennedy, Rain
bow Falls being included in the itinerary
and a trip out the Kaumana road. The
secretary will spend o-day going over
the Walakea plantation. He will remain
in Hilo several days, going to the vol
cano the latter part of this week.
Klnau Arrivals, Juno llHIi.
Miss Mary Snlpman, Miss Mary Stub
blebeen, W. O. Smith, Miss E. Wery,
D. Lycurgus, C. Lycurgus, Miss H. Mal
terrt, S. K. Pua, Miss C. Pua, C. B. Ly
man, J. G. Rothwell, Mrs. Julian Mont
sarratt, Miss D. A. Levy, T. C. Davies,
Miss W. Weight, S. S. Shean, C. P. Gra
ham, T. F. Moore, I. II. Harper aud wife,
H. Coleman, W. McCoy, Mrs. W. McCoy,
Mrs. T. F. Moore, Miss G. Smith, Miss
G. Johnson, Miss H. Medlin, W. B. Barlow.
A MATTES OF HEALTH
At The Volcano House.
The Volcano House entertained a
number of guests over Sunday. Among
those registered at the hotel were: A. M.
Burus, Hilo; G. H. Cant, Papaikou;J.
G. Rothwell, Honolulu; Mr. and Mrs
Evan Silva, Olaa; S. Wall.'Konaj Dr.
Russell, Mountain View: Mrs. Marv B.
Starboard, Maui; Mr. and Mrs Jos. H.
Harper, San Francisco; Mrs. J. A. Scott)
Hllo; Miss Petiton, Oaklaud; Miss Fore-,
man, Erie, Pa.; F. U. Whitln, Whitius
vlllt, Mass.; Mr. and Mrs. McCoy, Hono
lulu; Waldo D. Barlow, Honolulu; C. R. 1
Graham. Bellitigliatn, Wash.; S. Shee
han, Lincoln, Neb.; R. W. Shingle, ,
HAS M SUBSTITUTE
Soils Into Harbor Sunday. New
Steamer Object or Interest.
The steamer Hilonian, Johnson, master,
of the Mat&on Hue, arrived from Seattle
and Honolulu on her initial trip Sunday
afternoon at 4 o'clock. She sailed into
harbor the object of no little interest to
the people of Hilo. She was eally be
decked with the flags of all nations, three
streamers reaching from top-mast to
rail fluttering In the breeze. She gave
no salute to the vessels in tin. harbor and
received none,. Mr. Severance dipping the
flag flying from his residence on the
point, alone manifesting a sign of the in
terest the people of this city have iu the
arrival of the city's namesake steamer.
The Advertiser says describing the new
steamer: The Hilonian once had a Span
ish register and ran between Spain and
the West Indies. She was then calted the
Gaditano. After being practically rebuilt
at Newport News she came under the
American flag. She Is an oil-burning,
twin-screw vessel, 347 feet injlcngth with
accomodations for 400 tons of cargo and
50 passengers, 30 In the first cabin. The
Hilonian will run on a triangular course
with San Francisco as the home port, but
she may hail from Seattle later. Captain
Johnson was formerly of the Rosecrans
and the ill fated Rio de Janeiro. He
saved fifty lives from the latter.
Fourth of July Amusements.
Preparations for the Fourth of July
races are going rapidly forward these
days. Fourteen Hawaiian-bred horses
are In training at the track, also three
Honolulu horses, with two more Hawaii-an-breds
to come. The horses are doing
good work and are looking well,
The base ball game on the the after
noon of the Fourth promises to be an in
teresting feature. The Punbou school
team Is coming over from Honolulu and
a picked team from this Island will meet
them ou the diamond out at.
The Hilo team will probably be made
up as follows: Williams, of Paapaloa,
pitcher. Solomon Lauakala, catcher;
Easton, first base; Makuka, second; O. K.
Aknu, third; Tcves, short-stop; with
Todd, Morehead and Spaulding in the
field. The program of events will begin
promptly at I p. tn. each day. Attrac
tions for the evenings will be the Santi
ago play on the Fourth and the entertain
ment of the Hllo Branch of the Hawaiian
Women's club on the fifth, both given
in the Armory.
quintet Club at Kohnlu.
The Lei Mamo quintet club and Geo.
H. Williams were the Hilo representa
tives at Kohala ditch opening exercises
on Monday. The club furnished music
for the dance Saturday night at the Ko
hala Club; ou Sunday rendered music at
the home of Eben Low ou the arrival of
Mr. and Mrs. Parker and the excursion
party from Honolulu; Sunday eveniug
there was more music at a farewell party
given by Miss Mabel Woods for Miss R.
Akana; Monday the club sang at the
ditch opening in the morning and in the
afternoon rendered music for the luau,
and Monday evening the dance of the
occasion called for the services of the
club. The Honolulu people departed
from Kohala on their return home at 10
o'clock Monday night to '"Aloha Oe" by
the quintet. The musicians who com
posed the quintet were A. C. Baker, Wm.
K. Ragsdale, Henry Rose, Umlumi Mat
su, Ben Brown, Jr., Cuas. Kalauao.
They are loud in their praises of the Ko
hala people for their hospitality.
Klunu Departures) June 15th.
Mrs. Kanamu, Mrs. Jakins, Miss A. P.
Hill, Mrs. L. Mestch, Miss G. Smith,
Miss G. Johnson, Miss M, Medlin, Mrs.
W. N. Rickard, Dr. Wetmorc, Master C.
Deacon, R. W. Shingle, Mrs. D. Forbes,
T. S. Keda, Mrs. P. Benson, Miss Jessie
Forman, Miss Phelps, Miss Ward, W. F.
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Phelps, Mrs.
Simpson, Miss Harwlck, S. 3. Sbean,
C. P. Walmni, F. T. Moore and wife,
Miss R. Richardson, Mrs. J- T. Moir,
H. P. Beckley, Satnul P. Woods, W. O.
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LAST DAY AT H1I.0 HIGH SCHOOL.
Exhibition Showing Hie High Stand
, nrds Maintained.
The j ear's work at the high school
wus brought to a close last Thursday in a
brief but comprehensive revciw of the
studies covered. The object of the pro
gram was to give to those intcrcttcd n
fair basis forjudging of the work done.
Conspicuous nniong the recitations was
a dialogue in which au extensive conver
sation was conducted in Gcrniatt by the
several members of Miss Porter's German
Class. The ring sceue, also, from "The
Merchant of Venice," presented by five
students of English literature, was an
entertaining exhibition of work in that
department. Much interest was also
evinced tn the blindfolded speed contest
on the typewriter conducted under Mr.
Smith's direction. A prize of ten dollars
was offered to the fastest performer. The
successful competitor was Mr. Luela Ke
koa, who achieved something like eighty
seven words per minute. He was closely
seconded by Archie Wong Wai.
Mr. Richmond spoke briefly of the
high school, present and prospective.
He urged the conviction that an imposing
building was not the best criterion by
which Ho measure a high school, but
rather that a safer basis for judgment lay
in the cousre of study attempted, and the
quality of the work accomplished. He
said that during the past year work
had been done In Hllo exactly equivalent
to that done in secondary schools iu these
islands and on the mainland.
Tourists To Volcano.
The following tourists arrived by the
Klnau Wednesday aud went to the Vol
cano Thursday: The Califouia newspaper
party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Moore
and Miss Jean Johnson, of San Bernar
dino; Miss Maud Medlin, of Needles,
Cal.; Miss Grace E. Smith, of Outorio,
Gal.; W. C. aud Mrs. McCoy, Mrs. Percy
Benson, R. W. Shingle, and II. Cultnan,
of Honolulu; Miss Jessie Forman, Erie,
Pa,; S.S. Shean, Liucolu, Neb.; C. R.
Graham aud Jos. H, Harper and wife,
Belllngham, Wash.; W. D. Barlow,
Amherst, Mass. The California party
and several from last weeks' party
returned, to Honolulu by the Kiuau Frl-
Very good piogress Is being made iu
the rehearsals for the spectacular Santi
ago play to be given at the armory on
the evenings of July third aud fourth.
Mrs. A. G. Curtis, who has the manage
ment in charge, will return this week
ind rapid progress will then be made in
putting the finishing touches upon the
production of this thrilling war drama.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., check
No. 733 for Div. No. 36, Jan. 15, 1905,
lavor Mrs. Caroline Robinson, $6.70
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., check
No. 1413, Div. No. 46, Nov. 15, 1905,
favor Robt. Fraser, J5.00.
Payment on above stopped.
N. C. WILLFONG,
Treasurer Hilo Electric Light Co.,
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 32, 1906. 30-31110
Thk VaJuabU Solution Is a
Most Necessary Article
where there are
Horses and Cattle
Especially so in this Hawaiian climate
where the stock are so annoyed at var
ious seasons by so many pests, such as
the dreaded HORN FLY, tho 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 Flieo, Horse Plies, 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.
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I 4th of I
I JULY I
TWO DAYS' RACES
At Hilo, Hawaii, July 4th and 5th, 1906, under
auspices Hawaii Jockey Club at Hoolulu Park
WEDNESDAY, JULY 4th, 1:00 P. M. SHARP
Base Ball Game $100.00
4-mile Hawaiian Bred 75.00
J-mile Free-for-All 150.00
1 mile Luna Race 50.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 50.00
milejap Race 5o.oo
1 yi mile Free-for-All 150.00
-mile Hawaiian Bred 75
1 mile Bronco Busting, Club to furnish mounts... -$.00
THURSDAY, JULY 5th, 1:00 P. M. SHARP
-mile Free-for-All $125.00
f6-niile Hawaiian Bred . 75.00
4-mile Jap Race 50.00
-mile 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 than race horses 50.00
Kntries close at 6:00 p. in., June 30, 1906. Subject to change.
TERMS: Entrance fee, o of purse; second horse saves
entrance; three or more to enter, two or more to start. Ex
perienced jockeys will be barred in oil races except Free-for-AUs.
Hawaiian bred races to be catch weights. Free-for-All
races to be weight for age. Stall rent free.
BASE BALL GAME
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