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'A. K- o ( kJ S4', l Vf -, ?"' fei k r 4 LOCAL 1TK3IS. Money to loan Wise. The TutiiUNK telephone number is still at. News en 11 ic by tlie Kitinit of the suicide of l'rnnk II. Aiierb.ich at Honolulu. Miss Hilton of Sail I'runcisco is a guest nt the home of Dr. and Mrs. Holland in IMiii.i. The American Oroccty is ollering some snaps, livery thing will he sold. Sec ndv. "The Contrasted Messages" and "lie rnUm" will lie Mr. Cruin's subjects .Sunday. l'or Kent Office, cornet King an I Pit in, in sticets. WISH. J. II. Ilouland hat accepted the posi tion ol Chief Hnginccr of the l'uiia .Sugar Company. Work his lieen begun on the rille rnigc near the new pow del itiagnriuc at - win ikea. R. A. Lvuihii, Sr., tcluriieil liy the l.nt Kiuau fiom nil extended business trip to Honolulu. Miss Ivy Kiehaulsou and Miss Arrolt returned Tuesday from it weeks isit at Twenty-two miles. .Some new stylish shirt waisls just re ceived at I,. Turner N: Cos', store. S. I. Shaw of Honolulu who was In Hilo last week armed home veiv ill with giippe and fever. C. 12. Richardson will go to his moun tain home today accompanied by his nurse, Miss N'cuiuitiu. Call nt the TuillUNlt office, King street for prompt service in all kinds ot print ing. Henry I.y in in, T.iv assessor for Puna has been in the city this week, closing up his personal ptoperly tax hooks. , Some of the oldest and prettiest knla haslu.s known are on sale at the Owl Drug store. Slight damage by fire was done to the residence ol Mr. Di-.icoii, manager of Pepeekeo plantation Inst Friday. The Tin III Mi office is now located ill new iuarli r:. on King stu.ct, telephone No. 21, ready lot your business. Mrs Sedgwick will be a passenger on the Falls of Clyde. .She will make an extended isit io her old home in the IJiist. The Hilo Drug Co. has put in a rain guage. Its first record shows a precipi tation of j..(S inches for the weik ending vestenlay. Through the efl'oi Is of Captain I, ike of the police department, Hilo hack drivers will probably appear in uniform at an early date. Treasurer W. II. Wiight leaves today by the Kiuau. He will stop at Maliuko u.i ami spend a few duvs at the Low homestead. A. R. Hancock, electrical engineer and agent for the celebrated genu proof Pas teur filter solicits your trade. Office, Tribune Uuildiiig. , The Auerbach home on Church street has been rented by the llachelor's club which bad bead ipiaiteis previously in Puiieo. The club has moved into its'uew (piarters. Ralph Hamilton, for a number of v ears connected with the Ilouomu Plantation has ucceptul a position with the Puna plantation as .second lima. I(. S. Thompson, government physician nt Kau, has been granted a three mouths leave of absence by the Hoard of Htallh. His place will be temporarily filled by Dr. J. I,. McClelland. Just arrived single ami double biriel Shot Citius, Colts, Smith and Wissou Re volvets full lineeaitiidges.l'oeket Knives, Scissors, Sew ingMaehines, Needle and Oil. Spectacles to suit all sights at WKHliS. Mrs. A. R. Hancock was suddenly taken ill last l'ridav and has been wiy low at the hospital evir since. She show ed some signs of lmptnvcmcnl vestuday. The Hilo I.odgV of P.Iks held an inter esting social session at Spreckcl's hall last Monday evening. A. W. Richardson was ring mister, and the pioceedtngs were delightful fiom start to finish. While romping with its mother last Weduesd iy, the little child of Mr. and j Mrs. Haley ilisloe.ilid an arm at the I shoulder. Dr Reiil was e.dlul and en- cased the b'ibxs shouldii in a plaster cast. R. I,. Aiieibich and tamilv go to Hono lulu by todav 's Kiuau to icsiilt' pirmaii eully. Mr. Am ib ich has been tile lesi dent man igei Ini W C. 1'eacoi k it Co . for a nuiuber of ji'.irsand g'ois tn take a position with the same linn in their main , house. Mr. Auerluch will In- uussnl in business circles as will as by bis wide ! circle of personal Irielids. V VWsJi 'f.P V 'I There is Lots to Say IN FAVOR Ol I H R NATOflA BRANDY uhifll b is I, , n nr 1 w u 111 Wood and b is 111 id. tin trip ai.niiid Hi. hum i u , It 11 L ..lie In d will 1 tun 111. 1 vim ol its t o lb in . $15.00 per Doz. Qts. Hoffschlaeger Co., Limited Pioneer Wine and Liquor HoiiMj CHURCH bTRItUT o m c .r S) i-r 1 IS ''J V lStA "Oh for. 1 whiff of mountain nir! r vi,.,t n deliuliiful trii, l tln.i ui.M. T,r 1 v "vf 1 111 C v ) y .f.W I think it would ... me good. u are ,,, ,. ,muk. M t.ry n,llrMinv mid Sunday SV - tfb''--' W' lie light and the inounta... ..iris e.is. Iv , ,. ,1V tlu. mi Rail,,,;,,!. The Wffl&W' fjt'-j' ''". V Jm1 '"V " v' y .,.L" """ heauti.nl Oiccu Lake is one of Hie sights isS2SWi;. - ' ' " r,M'Vr ,01,,,,m ' ""."- '"lot Hawaii, a.d bulling in the Warm AH Kif ' nothing like it Fare for the round trip , s,j,rn is lm),t .u-hghtlul. Fare 51.00 MlaJ j!V;'' ' V" "..' M 4nndN.lo. onS.i.ulavs ,,, ? .n,,lrStllJ;b; j, sn ,, ZL.,- ,.?. M Miiiidj.10.1 .See tram schedule else- , Su1,lllNK) ,,. ,,,,; ,,,,,,,,'j , GpiWS&fttl ifi'l ' 1" " '" l""W ! schedule elhewheie ill this issue-. m m i . j xnv timiuj.m: (juautiius. Mcvv Location, Sow Presses, Types nml Motor Power. Tint Iln.o Tkiiiu.vh hns moved from the building on llridgc street, occupied by its plnut mul offices for n nuinber of years to its own building on King street opposite the Police Station. Tim Tutiii'NU building is two stories, .ox6o feet. The ground Iloor is divided into Press and Composing rooms, offices for Tint TlllIiUNltalid two other offices, The work room is 40x40 feet and well lighted. It gives ntnple room for Tint Tkihunh'.S mechanical equipment, to which has been recently made extensive additions. TltlJ J lUlifNl! piess is n two revolution Campbell, purchased for the immediate needs of the paper as well us with a view to being ready for the re quirements of the growing city of Hilo. This press is cap ible of running 1800 or 2000 impressions r.n hour, cither in news paper or job work. A new job piess has n'so been installek which with the tin chines already in place gives Tllit Tilt lil'M'. an equipment sufficient to handle all the piintiug 011 this Island. The presses are driven by an electric motor. While speaking of equipment ami new stiilf it is in order to mention that ngrcat v.niety of the latest and most useful job faces "in type have been added, winch with a complete line of the best paper stock filsTiiK TuiUfN'i: work rooms for lilling the demands of any customer. The editorial nud business offices of Tint Tllini'NIt front on King street and it is needliss to assure the patrons mul friends of the paper that the latch string is out toevcivbojly, without exception or icservatioit. The upper story of Tll Tuiut'NIt bulldine is now fitted up as hall. As the .city of Hilo grows mul as the uieichaiits ami business men Irom nil parlsvol tlie Island of Hawaii learn that in this estab lishment they can get what they wnut in printing, us v ell as at Honolulu or Sm Francisco .Tint TniiU'Mi plant will be enlarged and if necessary the entire building will be occupied for printing ami publishing purposes. Remember, TlUIU'Mt, Kilif street. r.u.Mr.its lN'vm'tiTr.s. Conference of Cinunilllees Held Lust Monday. Messrs. N. Russell ami J. T. Ryan of Mountain View were in the city Monday and while here held a conference with Messrs. Shaw and Fiirncatix on the mat ter ol Farmers' Institutes at this place and at Ola 1. After canvassing the sub jeet. it was decided to have but one or- ganiatioii for the two districts. Meet- ines will be held only nt .Mountain View. These will occur the last Saturday of each mouth in the school house nt Mountain View . The subjects for the next session are "The Cultivation of llanatins" and "The Potato Illight." The larmers ol Olaa extend a cordial invitation to the people of Hawaii to at tend the meetings. l'orto Itleo Wants l.owrlc W.J. I.owrie, former manager of IJwn and Sprccklcsville plantations, is, if re ports to the effect nre true, now in Porto Hico looking into mi oiler which wns rccvutl) made mul which was the cause of his departure for New York some three mouths ago. It is understood on good authority that Mr. I.owrie received from a plantation in Pin to Rico an offer ol 520,000 n year to undertake the management of" n vast estate, lie went immediately upon the receipt of the letter containing the offer. The balloon ascensions as 0 uducted bv Prof. Leonard never fail to luriiisli excitement. The presence i.f n Sautos Duiiioul at the race track Situulay May 10, will attract a big crowd not only of Ililoites but of people Irom the country as well. The police rotnplaiti or the presence of 11 or thne Chinese thugs in the city tw who are causing tumble with the inform eis here. Several assaults have been made which, it is said grew out of chc fa gambling cases. A local devotee of the ring has issued a challenge to all coineis in the Territory ot Hawaii to meet him in Hilo in a six lound sparring contest for points. There me some good men 111 Honolulu whose scalps would make fine decorations for the bell of the Hilo champion. The Steamship Alaskan of the Ha waium Auieiicau line will arrive in Hilo h iibnr Sunday afuruooii and be ready for loading su'gai Monday morning. Al this place 11 will load 251x1 loi.s ol Olaa suc.ni and .1ih tons from the Hawaiian mill Alii r loading this sugar the vessel will go to Kahului lor more sugar. The birk Siutiago. Captain Ingalls siilul lor San Francisco last Friday with the follow iug c irgo : 501 b igs Wai ikea Mill Co's sugar, 250S bags Pepeekeo Sugar Co's. sugar, ill lugs and mi bal lets of empty bottles, 3 cases ol pipers. She c.nriid the following pissengers; R. A. Iliailley, Mrs. Fricette and two child ren and Mis. C. 1). Piiugle. BaScSog Powder i Made from pure cream of tartar. Safeguards the food against alum Alum (uMiif rw'dors arc llic greatest iiii'iuccrt Io lii-.tlih c( tb? present day. ! 1 1 limn ii.NOi'0niHia,i.iw n. t x A rarej v w lS.IUIIL'l) IS IUJX.UVAY. Mr. mul Mrs. liny Hnvc nn I'Aier ience with it Menu Horse. I. K. Ray was injured in a runaway last Wednesday reuitiritig him to he scut to the hospital. Willi Mrs. Rny he was out drivingv They had called nt a residence on school street. On entering the car riage the horse became unmanageable anil broke away. Mrs. Rny was already seated. Mr. Ray, who hail his loot on the step was thrown to the ground mul drngged quite n distnncc. He held on to the lines us long as possible, but lost his grip when he wns burled agniust n cement pavement. He was severely I bruised nnd had one fineer broken. I When the horse left Mr. Rny by the I roadside, Mrs. Ray was in a serious pre dicament. She was in the carriage seat alone with the Hues dragging under the buggy. The horse whirled into Waia iiueuue street oil the run. Mrs. , Ray took in the situation mul rcalicd that something must be done. She acted accordingly. She leaned out over the dashboard, picked up one line and then gave the ftighteued horse 11 sample of her uui'ctc. The lines fortunately were buckled together. She manipulated them quiekh and brought the runaway to an cud. Hilo Teachers Meet. The room at the Tiiion School wns crowded to ovcrllowing list Tuesday evening nt the bimonthly meeting of the Teachers' Union. The program wns very interesting. A paper on curicnt events wns lead by Untold I. Cman, which was followed by an article oil Francis Parker, read by Miss Severance. Miss Cn.ni then took charge, having as her topic the Age of Pericles. She was assisted by Mrs. Shoemaker, Miss Pierce, and Miss Thomas, who lead papers on the Ancient Court of Athens, mid the Pelopeuesiaii Cairlc Potter War respectively. Mis r tlien took tin Creek nit. being assisted bv Miss FMher Lyman. Mrs. Luther Severance had us her subject Creek Sciilptuie, taking as her model Apollo. Jlrs. J. A. Cruziiu, who assisted her, particularised on Laocoou. The next meeting will be the last of the year. ltiiliinii Ascension nt Park. John Leonard, a world famed neroiialtt has made arrangements with Ceo. S. MeKeime to make a baloou ascension nl Hoohtlu Paik Saturday afternoon, May 10. Prof. Leonard made a successful ascension nt Honolulu last week. Hellas been in the business for nine teen v cars and is the sou of nn aeronaut who followed the perilous business for I !110,L' ,l,!m 'rly vears. Mr. Leonard has J!1!t co"1L' out "' Alaska where he spent inree years. 111 all ascension al Lane Noire, he landed thrcc-uuurtcrs of n mile in the lichriiig Sea but was picked up without any 1l.1m.1gc. He has justly gained the title "Prince of the Air." While in Hilo he may also make a night ascentiou. In addition to the baloou ascension Saturday next, there will be horse incing and possibly a polo game. Church Social. The social nt the First Foreign Church Inst Friilny night was nil artistic success. The company was received in the church parlors. A curtain had been drawn across the stage nnd nn interesting series of tableaux w ere presented. The scenes were taken fiom Tennyson. Scenes from Lady Clare were enacted by Mrs. Paid ing and J. Castle Ridgway. J. C. Ridg way, Harold Crtiin, Miss Porter ami other gave a series of scenes from Kuoclt Arden which won applause. Mrs. Cruan sang Tennyson ballads. Mr. Prouty sang and was encoied lieart itly. Little Miss Muinby gracefully re cited a selection from Teiinjsou. After the piogram delightlul ictiesluue-uls were served. S. S. lAi'iirslon. The Sunday School of the First Foniau v.nurcn will nave an outing next Nil day al Puna. Excursion nriaiigciue ilur uts have been made with the Hilo Railroad. Dinner baskets well filled will be taken along ami a merrv time for all who go is gitaiaiiteed. The juvenile scholars will have theii picnic at CoccMiiul Island to moriow. I Outgoing liliinu Passenger List. The following passengers left bv the Kin.iii todav: L. M. Whilehouse, 'N. C. Wilfoug, R. L. Aiieibach, wife and thne sbildien, W. H. Wright and wife, C. .Midler, F.. C. Hiowu, J. W. Ilergstrom, C. F. Scbloestelboiv, II. P. Jones, C. Frank. lbt edit. I The (Man Saloon. ! Peter Lei. pioprklot of the Olaa 'loon at Keaau, his ai ranged with 1 llilo W.mil-6c Liquor Co., wherebv 1 latter will conduct the affairs of saloon. The minor that Mr. Lee sold out is denied. Sa the the the had lyile will piobablv sail All lor San Francisco next Wuliiesday. persons who intend to take pissage by hemic molested to reserve their state J loom at once as the passenger list will bo a 1 irge one Prof. Leou.i.d is nicking n tour of the world. He has spent three years in the Yukon Yalley. He goes front here to New- Zealand ami Aietralia. After in specting the limn r at uosphere of the Colonus, he will jirocied to India where he has been invited to make ascensions III the pretence of some of the wealthiest rajahs. SEND FOR FREE ILLUBTH4TCD CATAioauc or LADIES', GHILDREK'S A lANIi' WEAR r& oooni or quaiitt rxciutivc Novri.Tirs HtAfcUNAMtE HHIuft I. MAGHIM & GO. 010-922 MARKET 8T SAN rHANCICCO, CAL wi M l-"!.. A-6 WAl 1 rs e-y iEaaPjtt r-AJ V ' KILO'S MAY (ll.UMAS. I May (Jiiccn to be Chosen Tonight nt Hnrcrkcls' Hull. The Mny Day gcritimi to be Riven to night by the Cotillion Club promises to be in line with the usual success of Hint social org.iiii.ition. Originally, the selec tion of a lender wns in the hands of Mrs. Wnlker, but owing to the illness of one of her children she could not give the flatter her attention. The arrangements therefore have fnlleti ton number of com mittees, the members of which hnvebcen working to produce a brilliant entertain ment. Among the features ol the evening will be the selection of n Mny Queen in some manlier, unique mid original, to be made known this evening. The favors will be entirely of flowers which have been made under the dine lion Mrs. Ciirncy. The genu in will be a departure in many ways from those previously given. Tlie program does not I ui-jKiii w-1111 eoiiinoii ugurea out sums on w ilh the usual dances. The figures come in tlie middle of the program mid will be led by dilfercut couples. The refreshments will be along the lines of excellence hitherto established bv the club. Mcititvnr. itoNus. Authorization for 11 $'-!,IOO,)0( Is sue Is Made. A largely attended special meeting of the Mellryde Sugar Co., wns held in Honolulu Inst Friday. Tlie business was to consider nud vote on a prop osition to increase the lioiided iu dcbteditcss of the company and to bond the pioperty and assets of said company for Hint purpose, and to deter mine by vote any nud all questions neccssiry or proper to effectuate the said proposition or incident thereto. The resolution covering the question of a new bond issue was then introduced. It nuthotics the issuance of a 52,000,000 bond issue, 5750,000 of which is to be reserved to pay off the original bond issue of that amount. The directors re serve the right to defer the payment of the original bond issue but they must nlvvay reserve the 5750,000 by wuy of a iii'irg'in. So Loss of Time. I have sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cho lera and Dianhoea Remedy for years, and would rather be out of coffer nud sugnr than it. I sold five bottles of it yesterday to Ihicshers that could go no farther, mul thev are at work again this morning. II. R. PiiHM-s, Plymouth, Okla., U. S. A. As will be seen by thenbovcthethreshers wcrcnlilc to keep 011 with their work without loosing n single day's lime. You should keep n bottle of this Remedy in your home. For sale by the Hilo Drug. Co. FOlt KENT. Large, well furnished front room in best part of Puiieo. Cool, convenient. 510.00 a month. Kuquire of R. II. HOWMAN, Hilo Drug Co. FOlt KENT. Coney House nnd premises, on King Street. I'or further particulars apply to If A. K. SUTTON & Co. Driving At We w.inunt eveiy pair of "Kcoiioiuie" Shoes for Ladies. We recommend them. They are the latest stjlc, well made ami aie positively the best fitting shoe 011 this market. Hi.!. (It) every pair. Economic Shoe Co., Lid. (All the name implies.) HILO Y ' P. G 1 1 What We Are 1 HATS ! ! For Hen Felt and Straw f. Mcdonald, HABERDASHER CLOTHIER HATTEtC E. N. HOLMES White Dress Goods and Li liens JusL Received Large and Choice Line Comprising INDIA UNKN PKRSIAN LAWN ORGANMK INDIA MUIJ, NAINvSOOIC IJNKN LAWN AL, KMHUOIDIvRV UNICN IIANDKKRCIIIKF LINlvN PILLOW LINICN TAHLIC LINKN JS. N. HOLMES IHontimental mork WW jbnc "Italian TTfarbla" and tSronzo Statuary Sratitc and 9atwo otonc 97?onuncnts jro7i Fencing, Sates and Srosts ttronzc Statues of itc lata SPrcsMcnt 7cJi7iicy si'tttny or sntMiy any size, Write or ZTerms ana' Particulars . JIXK1I BEGINNING MAY 1st I will sell out lor COST (retail and Wholesale) All stoek of American C.roeerv Also Untitling, 2 Leaseholds, Morses, Wagon. l'Ktures, etc. Stricth for CASH, iiocicdit Don t Lose this Opportunity! I offer for sale vcr good lots in Villa l'rauci ami Kiveiside l'ark at SPIHCIAL PRICKS III order to close out busi ui'ss, all persons owing the Ameiic... (Irocery (or S. M. l'oteiukin'riStoieor l'oteitikiu, as before) are reipiired to pay their bills helore the last day of May. All bills unpaid 31st of .May will be placed ill hands of an attorney for collection. A. M. POTEMKIN HILO PIQUH DIMITY DUCIC LONG CLOTH DOTTKD SWISS FIGURED SWISS SO FRONTING LINUN HUTCIIHRS' LINliN SIIKHTING LINFN NAPKINS m, Dcrctnni.1 street Honolulu iNEW PIANOS FOES SALE FOR CASH or on INSTALLMENTS Free tuning 1 year mm go. I Pianos on view al KIC1 old stand PEACOCK BLDG Walnueiitic Srlcet . . ' . iRS BERGSTM Hilo N,"