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LOCAL ITEMS,
Tabic Padding nt H. N. Holmes,
Geo. Mutiiby of tli Enterprise plaiting
mill Is home again.
Host sodas served nt the IUlo Drug
Store.
1'. M. Wakefield has booked to go to
the const by the next Roderick Dim.
Genuine Ice Cream IIllo Drug Co.
The Charles S. Woodbury, Caplnlu
Harris, nrrlvcd Tuesday from Honolulu.
Ilathlng Suits and Sweaters full line nt
K. N. Holmes.
A. M. Cowl of Honolulu thinks favor
ably of establishing u steam laundry in
Hllo.
Pineapple in Maraschino is the latest
thing out. We have them. W. C. PEA
COCK & CO., Ltd., llrldgc Street.
There will be no evening services nt
the I-'lrst Foreign Church during the
moniii 01 August.
Ask to sec the "Lightning Calculator"
nt Wall, Nichols & Co., I.td.
J. A. Kennedy has been elected presi
dent nnd manager of the Inter-Island
Steamship Company.
Japanese ware such as silks, crockcrv
and taucy cabinets nt L. Turner & Co'"s
Store.
Hereafter the Hllo barber shop will be
closed on Sundays niul open on Saturday
night until midnight.
Choice line of Ladles Muslin Undcr
wearjust opened at IS. N. Holmes.
S. L. Deshn nnd J. T. Itrown have with
drawn their names as candidates to be
scut to the Tcritorlal convention.
Try the famous California Peach and
Honey Ilraudy for sale at the IIllo Wine
nnd Liquor Co. nnd you will surely en
joy it.
Otto Rose's name will not appear
on the list of candidates for the
District Convention delegation owing to
the fact thntjic hud not signed the Re
publican precinct rolls.
Men's Patent Leather Rils. made by
Hurt & Packard and sold at fs.oo by E.
N. Holmes.
E. C. Hapai. deputy clerk of the Cir
cuit Court is very ill at the hospital with
typhoid fever. His sickness dates from
the Company D encampment over n
week ngo.
Dr. C. L. Stow returned by the Enter
prise from San Francisco. He accom
panied W. II. Lnmbert on the up-trip
and reports that gentlemnn grently im
proved in health.
Vieux XXX Cognac is among our lat
est llrandy importations. W. C. PEA
COCK & CO., Ltd.
R. A, Lucas' new wholesale fish mar
ket at Wniaken will be ready for business
by August 15. The building is pleasant
ly located on the the bank ol ths river.
It is 40x50 and will be n great accommo
dation to the fishermen.
UUMU.
Did (loot
Work hllti In Ynslilni.
ton for IUlo,
Philip I'eck who returned oil the En
Icrprise from nil extended trip through
the cast uives nil interesting m-cmml nf
his work at Washington in behnlf of the
Interests of llilo. Mr. Peck expects irood
results to follow the visit of the invcsliun-
tlon committee nnd thinks that Hllo
should make sonic move toward n proper
reception of the visitors. He points out
that Honolulu, wide auakc to her inter
ests, ha9 already prepared to greet the
commissioners. Hilonnd this Island 1ms
questions that the public welfare de
mands should lie presented to the Sena
torial loiumtticc.
Concerning the Federal llulldings and
uic uruiiKwuicr, mr. rccK iccis liini there
is good prospect of securing action on the
former nt Hip tin! cncsfitM nf fSw. ..-....,.
The breakwater is farther in the distance.
Mr. Peck said that he disseminated
knowledge of the geography of the Ha
wailan Islands with a persistency that
yielded good returns. He taught them
the jocntiou of the town of Hilo nnd dis
tributed maps of the bay.
Mr. Peck expresses warmly his appre
ciation of courtesies and assistance ex
tended to him by Congressman Stark of
Nebraska nnd Iliirton of Ohio.
ALIOS OX .1 UK IKS.
Attorney (ienonil Sins Thpy Arc
Not "(looil Men nnd Trup."
Sheriff Andrews, armed with n double
coroner's jury is not disturbed onnccount
of the opinion ol the Attorney Genernl
given below. If his Japanese jury is not
n legal body, he can fall back on his
haole crowd and laugh at those who
laugh nt him. The Attorney General
says:
Territory of Hawaii,
Office of the Attorney Genernl.
Honolulu, II. I.. lulv 2s. 10m.
Mr. A. M. Ilrown, High Sheriff of the 1 provided in time
jerruory 01 iinwnu.
omuiam m'j.Atoi
Wily Jim Cichieul u Hurled With
out it Collin.
Last week the news columns of the Trp
hunk contained the following Item:
Ills repotted that lini Clement was
buried in Waimea without cofTiln or cere
mony. If such is the case action should
be taketl to punish those who dulv It was
to give him proper burial. Hccausc Jim
Clement was an unfortunate p.iuptr is no
justification for the reported burial he re
ceived nt the hands of those in authority.
It is the policy of governments to have
poor persons supported by the community
where they were living when pauperism
took possession of them, nnd where nl!
the facts nre best known. It wns cither
through ignornncc or neglect on the part
01 tnc olhcials at Waimea that the report
ed shameful net occured.
This paragraph called forth a letter
which the Thiiionk is glad to publish.
A little criticism hurls nobody when ex
planations are so readily forthcoming.
Public officials should not worrv If tlu-v
receive nn occasional shot. These things
stir up the stagnant atmosphere and pro
mote the waning industry of making
I.nlill rinnlnflntia I nl it... .,nn.1 .1
on, and let the two government officials
rest assured that tlirv m.iv mlv t. il...
Tkiiiunk to give their side of any case
as much publicity as it doc's the side re
presented by their critic. Here is the
letter:
Kumuela. Hawaii,
Julv 20, igoj.
Editor Hilo Tribune, "
Sir: In the Tribune
"jiio 5, juu wane some remarks on
the burial of Jim Clement at WaimcH
that arc in the worst inoi.. n,..t i,.....i.
unjustifiable. h"""
When the limlv wna Cniutil It l..i i ..
dead some ten hours and tixposed to the
nlr, which fact and tile necessary post
mortem rendered immediate interment
necessary. The place where he was found
was 4 miles from the town and it being
late Sunday afternoon no coffin could be
provided in titni'. Ai imv min ..
, " " - ... nt fill:
only concerned with the sanitary
OiUKNTAh KXUlisH
OoM Hniilplc of LiliiRiirtgd Current
oil This Island.
Elltfllsh as it Is spoken by the orienlnl
portion of the population of llnwaii is
very well illustrated in the following
letter which was picked up on the street.
t, , July 24lb, 902.
Wear Sir, Mr.
TV..I.... T . ... .
... , ..nmj . Kui j-nii ieucr III
thisnrcrnoon. I nm very happy you to
have the i.mvl !.,!. I.. .i .. .!..
, . r j.-. ... , nun you
SUCak lllp U'nm.a n ....... In... .......
dollars a monthly. I know that wm-es
nrn t'nri lt It.. ..... . i. . . . ".
i . 1 ' i juuiiuisiiiaveio work
ing there and find another high waues
job on the other way that is. I very
!.01,.eJ',u lo 'lo " Now stny i Olaa
then ssincs nre very quiet in pressant
anil the comiuissloii are little verv dlf.
rent from last year. I am sorry for nil
dny long. We telphong been take out
2 weeks ago Ilecause We go ring up
plenty times llul he don't like to give so
we donf I L- in .,.,.. ii it- 1. h
things to speak wc please to send by "'he
.vm.1, iuur VCrV tfll V Irinn.l
The Wire rence that CATES Built cannot
Keen me from tpintr ia i un.,.!.,ni u..
tfl,e Str. Enterprise this week
i!,1?' J?aJamas Umberellas, Handker
chlefs Socks, Hats, Satchels, Dress Suit
cases. Steamer Trunks. Buy a Dress Suit
case from me and remember the deal for
twenty years.
m. f. Mcdonald,
HABERDASHER
CLOTHIER
HATTER
HILO
Claiulliio l'nsspncer List.
iiJim lf"11.lowlnK iwsengers nrrlved by
cUaudiuc this week: Mrs. Helen
Wilder Crnft, Miss Penlnnd, Airs. E. T
Scott and sou, Miss E. Lmr Miss i
Hniicy, L. Ililln.au, E. Tarontine L. R
Madeira, llrother Matthias, Henry
lit" fr ' A Knyrnnd. Uev. Qiiinn, P. M.
Wakefield. Mro 1M. III... t , '., '
1 1 V V M"i 'm. iv, jirutll-
aghlui and daughter. Mrs. Westerveltand
r 1 11 ,. ,n,rl"K' K- Kilty. Miss A.
.... -...iijiii-iii-, miss jv. r. Howard.
noK.v.
Mrrvvl81!)".1' J,'' J7. to Mr. nnd
.Mrs. W. A. Potter, n daughter.
m.i nr
Dear Sir: I am in receipt of vour re. ' l,,L' "'Icrmcnl nnd it is no part ofourduty
. 1 ...'.. - ... rn (irnii 1(11 mi ..m n .. .1 ;. . ..
, ... i.u....v. ..iiiin in, j niuit man u IS inc
Imuviiilu ui me iKinu.NK to tencll us our
work. We would advise the wrlinr tn
Royal Worcester Straight Pront Cor.
sets, Pull line just recehed nt E. N
Holmes.
The friends of Miss Mary Cnnnrio, gnve
ing, the occasion being her birthday. A
party of sixteen young people drove to
the Cauario residence at Kuuiuana where
all were merrily entertained.
We still have our big run on "ACME
RYE". Send your orders early so as to
be sure nud get your share. W. C. PEA
COCK & CO., Ltd.
During his three weeks sojourn in Hilo
ami his occupancy of the pulpit of the
Pirst Poreign Church, Rev. G. L, Pear
sou added extensively to his list of friends
nnd dropped many wise suggestions lor
the betterment of the churcli.
Ex S. S. Enterprise, on Ice WaUon
ville creamery butter, wild pigeons, tur
keys, chickens, fresh frozen oysters,
cherries, apples, eggs, salmon, flounder,
bass, nnd mountain trout. Place your
orders early. Hilo Mercantile Company
Limited.
Mrs. Fred Carter of Wnlnmea accom
panied by her sister Mrs. Ella Stair of
North Yakima, Wash., visited in the city
this week at the home of Sheriff Andrews.
Tuesday morning they visited the vol
cano. They returned to Waimea this
morning.
Passengers for the Const by the Palls of
Clyde were: Mrs IJykes, W S Wise's
three children, Mrs Fredericks and two
children, Mrs Hoh;ou and two children
Mr McKiuley and sou, Mrs. M R Rid
dell, Miss Chapman, Harry McDonald,
J I Quiggs.
The Palls of Clyde sailed Tuesday with
the following cargo: 3234 hags of Olaa
8"Kar. 3o bags Hilo Sugar Co's sugar,
5000 bags Hakalau. 11,950 bags Waiakea,
nnd 7301 bags Pepeckeo sugar; 2 cases
ribbons, 29 pkgs household goods, 12
bags coffee.
:r i There is Lots to Say
f IN PAYOR OF OUR
IN PAYOR OF OUR
NATOflA
BRANDY
which has been for 10 years
in wood and has made the
trip around the horn twice.
Hut one trial will convince
. you of its excellence.
$15.00 per Doz. Qts.
Hoffschlaeger Co.,
Limited
Pioneer Wine and
Liquor House
. , ......... . .,.. ... j
quest tor my opinion "whether a person
not nn American citizen is for that reason
exempt from duty as n coroner's juror."
Section 07J nfllu I'iMinl T -...-o r .an.
provides that the coroner in case a cor
oner's inquest becomes necessary, shall
summon "six uood nnd lawful 'imm r,r
the district." The phrase "good nud
Inwful men (liberesct regales homines)"
has been used and has had n recognized
mid established meaning in English law
for nearly a thousand years. It does not
refer to the moral character of the men,
but to their ll'irnl minltflnnllri.. fn.. .1...
iliseliiiri'i. nf fli11 iiiMrif.M.e rn-.. ,
jurors have functions prescribed nnd dc-
mieu uy inw; mcy nre required to take
nn oath of office, and they receive statu
torv fees for llinlr sprvlci Aiti. ,...i.
there is nothing in the Organic Act or in
the laws of the Territory expressly dc
clarltlL' that n rnrnnnr'a inc. ......- i.
couitioscd of citizens of the United States
nnd of the Territory, I seriously doubt
wie ngui 01 tue coroner to compel any
.. ...., ....,...,, b..,u inc iiui ui mi; coroner 10 compel any
her n pleasant surprise last Friday even- one who is not a citizen to serve: in other
ine. the occasion be in; her birtbdnv. A wnnla rtiiint it t 1...... ..... ...
words, I think it is nt least extremely
iiouutiui whether n person who is not n
citizen is n "good nnd Inwful man of the
district" within the tneanlni: nf tlm law.
Very respectfully yours,
(Signed.) I, p. DOLE.
Attorney General.
to
HILO ItKl'UIIMUAN CLUII.
Holds Mooting and L'udcurors
Mend Oluu'h Troubles.
There wns a special meeting of the
Hilo Republican Club Wednesday night
to consider matters in connection with
Olaa precinct. After discussion it was
decided that biuce the complications con
cerning me uiaa precinct might result in
no representation, this precinct should
do all nossililp tn nlil in mill.,.. -.,,, ...l
the difficulty. It was therefore decided
to allow Olaa precinct one delegate to
the Territorial Convention nnd three
delegates to the District Convention.
The men elected nt tin. Din,. ,.rn.;.,n,
are to be given credentials by the Hilo
precinct.
A resolution was passed asking the
Governor to set aside Waiakea ns a sepa.
rate voting precinct. It was also resolv
ed that the intn Kpimlilinnn f'lnl.l. ........
a member of the National League of Re
publican cuius, a committee was ap
pointed to secure permanent headquar
ters for the club.
Kuturprlsu Arrive,.
The Stenmer Enterprise, Cnptain Mil
ler, arrived .Monday t)i days from San
Francisco with u cargo of 3000 tons of
general freight. The Enterprise towed
the new Matron Line tug, the Charles
Counscliuan nil the way. Twice the
towlinc snapped, but connections were
made without difficulty. The followim?
passengers came : Mr. nnd Mrs. P. Peck,
MtssAi. K. J.eVan, Miss A. R. Allen,
Miss L. A. Luing, Miss E. Ilaker, Geo.
Mtimbv. II. Kvans. Mrs. Ivimvm.rii'l..-,
Dr. Stow.
(Jllick Tlino.
Judge Gilbert F. Little, while on n
visit to his daughter in Puna, was iufotni
ed that he was much needed in Hilo in
connection with the Japanese murder
case. This was on Tuesday afternoon.
He made known his wants to the Hilo
Itailro.ul Company nnd n special train
was dispatched from Hilo to bring him
in. Two hours later the Judge was in his
carriage nt Hilo on the way to his office.
Engineer Sneuccr. wlm wim nt n...
throttle knows how to get his train over
tnc road.
look UP the law rrlnllmr in it... .Il.,i
or unclaimed bodies and to remember the
old proverb "Ne sutor ultra crcpidnm."
Since you hnvc criticised us in your
paper, perhaps von will kimllv ,,iif,iloi.
our rcjily.
we enclose our names in the usual
manner.
Wc nre. Sir. Vmin win t.. -?.....
incut officials,
S. M. SPENCER,
DEPUTY SHERIFF.
IT
HONOKAA NEWS.
The Latest Ncus From the Unpltol
of llamakua.
of Paauilo was in
" ' WV7
Received by Enterprise
MEW HARNESS
NEWSAPDLES
English and Others
If interested call at my shop and
ROUGH RIDER SADDLES,
guaranteed not to hurt man or horse. .
examine some real fine
11011 breakable and
VC?l
I hnvc the largest assortment of Harness and Saddles in the
Hawaiian Islands, and prices are right
L.K.PEARSON'S
3hono No. 172
Our Now Stylos Aro
IN STOCK
Hilo Hawaii
but thoy aro not locked
in
a. ungate of Paauilo was in town
aaiuruny.
Mrs. Louisson of Honolulu is visiting
her sons at Pohakea.
Mr. CHVC Davis nnSSOll tllrmurt, linrnn
his way to Paauilo.
ttt'v. f W. TTtll ,i....i .
-- ti l 11 lir-i HUM-
nlly lnrgc congregation last Sunday. F.f-
ions are ocing inane to nnve lltm with us
two Sundnys each month Instead of one.
lose M. Mcdeirns tins lr-tucil n ,.Io-o nr
property on the Kohala side of Honokan
nun win jnuve ins suop on me same. Ills
new location is an improvement on the
old one.
Miss Potter, formerlv ixivi-riinta nl Mm
Scotls, Hilo, will instruct the children of
.ur. j. uiun miring me couitni; school
year. Mr. Gibb is fortunate to secure the
services of so competent n teacher.
Republicans of the Seventh precinct of
the First district met in Rickard's office
July 35, 1902. The tickets named nre ns
follows; Territorial Convention; A. II.
Lilldsav. M. V. I Inline I.. 1. Mi..lll.r,.
nneJnmesGibb. District Committee; M.
v. Holmes. lames Gibb and A. II. T.Iml.
say.
A Primarv will he I11O1I liciumr... Dm
hours of 2 to 8 o'clock August 2, to elect
one delegate to the Territorial conven
tion and one delegate to the District com-
iiuiiee.
At a meeting of the Board of Education
II Honolulu tile fnllmvinir rli imn.u In flu.
teaching corps of Haniakuu were made:
Miss Eleanor A. Thomas, assistant in the
IIllo UtliOIl School. nntnilll,i1 nrinxin.l
at Houokaa, in place of Mrs. E.W. Eaten,
resigned. I,. 15. Schellberg, appointed
principal of Ahualoa in place of E. W.
Estep, resigned. Miss Lottie Williams.
assistant at Houokaa in place of Miss
Mabel Childs. resiifiicd. Tnlm IVret.ln
and William J. Hull, at Ka.1t1.1hu. in place
of Mr. nud Mrs. L. E. Schellherir. trans.
ferred. lose de Sllvn. nt ICiiL-iiiliii..!.. In
place of David Louohiwa, resigned. Mrs.
j. i'.. ocneiincrg, assistant at Houokaa
ill Place of Miss Ilcrnice 1'enlii. (riinuffrr.
ed to Kukuih.iele,
HluliiirdhOii Will Contest.
Mattie E. Wakefield, by her attorney
Clarence W. Ashford has filed with the
clerk of the District Court her appearance
nud nnswer in the matter of the probate
of the will of the late C. E. Richardson.
The answer opposes the admission of a
document purporting to be the last will
nnu testament of the deceased, C. E.
Richardson and alleges that the contest
ant has reason to believe that the said
document is not in law or fact the lust
will and testament of the deceased.
Other Districts.
Among the outside districts not re
ported elsewhere the followim; Dis-
Sliiuilliii' M..I..I. lr'cts "L'M meetings one week
MiooiutL .Match. KO nlll ,MIMle tJle ,"follnw,m, nMM.
A preliminary shooting match has been nations: Puna, Territorial Convention.
atraugedlor next Sunday between the .IJr' J-"oHnncl; IJibtrict Coiuiuittcc, Wil-
" -. . llfllll Iv ft 11 til 'I
Hilo Gun ul nnd the crack shots in Unuomu-Territorial Convention. J. I.
Company D. The match Is to take Olivierr.i: District Committee. I. K. Dil-
under the rules in 1011
Our new STETSON SHOES
and Ladies Slippers are the
ihandsomest we ever carried.
We'd like to have you come
in and try on a pair. We
can fit you and your pocket
booU. . ..!...
E. N. HOLMES
Economic Shoe Co., Ltd.
(All the name implies)
Hilo, Hawaii
Third Semi'Annual Report
Ol' THIS
FIRST BANK OF HILO
I.IMITI5D
INCORPORATED MARCH 15, 1901.
CLOSE OF BUSINESS JUNE 30, 1 902
ASSETS:
Loans nnd discounts mt -,
Call loins nnd Government
warrants 13,853 31
Furniture and fixtures a -,-, ..
Other assets 6,154 03
Due from other banks 14,131 8(
Cash and Exchnug 40,553 73
f34.3'3 93
LIABILITIES:
Capital paid in $100,000 00
Undivided profits 18,028 99
Deposit 304,972 21
uue to other banks 19.367 73
?34.3G3 93
I. C. A. Stnllil'. O-mlili.r An ..1 1..
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
v;. A. &TUIHIS, Cashier.
Examined and found correct :
A.E.SUTTON, )
J. S. CANARIO, Directors.
JOHN T. MOIR, )
Subscribed nnd Hwnm ir. I.niv.m ... i.i
30th day of July, 1902.
W. S. WISE,
Notary Public, Fourth Circuit, T. II.
WE WOULD CAW, SPECIAL ATTEN
TION THIS WEEK TO OUR COMPLETE
STOCK OF FASHIONABLE STRAIGHT
FRONT
CORSET5T7
"ROYAL
AT PRICES
IN THE CELEBRATED
WORCESTER" MAKE
RANGING FROM $125 TO $ 2 50 ALSO
A FULL LINE OF THIS WELL KNOWN
R & G. CORSETS IN ALL SYM2S AND
AT POPULAR PRICES
E. N. HOLMES.
Rand made Saddles and Rariicss.
CARRIAGE
TRIMMING.
fc
?
AT-
HEW PROGRAM
J1Y THE
place next Sunday under the rules
lllliul'rf MrilllK'l 'I liU U tin. Hrk ... 1w..
........ ........... ..... ... .,. a.... w t.-
tweeu the soldier and civilian sure shots
and it will be a friendly affair. The next
match after this will be for a cup put up
by Walter Rockey of Kiilwiki.
Manager Austin of W. C. Peacock &
Co., received a wireless telegram yester
day from the Honolulu house dirictiijg
him to offer the Hilo Hotel for n.ile at
once. Tenders are asked for for the fur
niture and fixtures, inventory of which
may lie seen at the olhces of W, C. Pea-
Kukuihaele Territorial Convention,
Charles Williams; District Committee, J.
G. Joues.
CHURCH STREET J ;ock & Co,, iu this city
Honolulu Notes.
A. G. M. Robertson, chairman of the
Republican Central Couimitteee has been
spoken of as a possible nominee for the
office of Territorial Delegate to Washing
ton. The Evening llullelln has sued the
Advertiser for f 15,000 duimnfes alleging
libel, .
KHAN MAGICIANS
AT
Spreckels Hall
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H,
I.
NOTICE.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works at Hon
olulu up to 12 o'clock noon, August 4,
1902, for laying three inch water pipe at
Wui.ikca in accordance with plans on file
iu the office of E. E. RICHARDS,
C8.2 Agent Public Works, Hllo.
NOTICE.
TOMORROW
AUGUST 2D
P. E. Haley is no longer in the employ
of the Excelsior Soda Works and Iiiih no
authority to receive monies or transact
any business whatever iu connection
therewith.
E. E. RICHARDS,
Treasurer.
NIGHT
Absolutely new and original features
from start to finish.
The separating of n man's head from
the body will be very closely watched.
Admission, 75o, 00c, 25c.
COME EVERYBODY
Buffet
t&'ifc
ti
Beer
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. Ll'CAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, II 11,0
HAVE NOW A FLEET OF
Gasoline Launches
and Small Boats
FOR PUIILIC HIRE
Passengers and luggage taken to and
from ves-els iu the harbor at reasonable
tlitei. Launches and row bouts to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rule?,
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
AGENl'S FOR
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicibilil) it is uiml to the stiiim en
gine. Sien from J$ h. p. upwiudH,
lloals fitted with this engine or frames of
any hUu to order. For patticulars apply
19 R. A- J.UCAS, Manager,
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