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Tlie schools of this cily close Jump 19.
J. U. Smith returned Wednesday from
Geo, Mum by Is 11 passenger to Hono
Horse mill saddle lor suit. Iitiiiirc at
Geo. N. Day has been ill till week with
the prevailing lever.
Mrs. McLean noes to Honolulu today
for 11 short visit with friends.
The Hilo Cotillion Club will give a
dance tonight nt Spreckels' Hall.
The Cinch Club mceU at the home of
Mrs. Dr. Hire today nt the usual hour.
J. R. Hergstrom, piano and organ
tuner, leave orders nt the Owl Drugstore.
Rooms and board lor two couples at
A. Klchlcy's. All modern conveniences.
Honolulu 1'riiuo Dock llccr, best In the
market 10 cents a glass at the Union
A Japanese baby five years old w.is
drowned at II miles last week by falling
into a Hume.
The Hawaiian, of the American-Hawaiian
line arrived from Kahului yester
day to take sugar.
R. II. Trent came up from Honolulu
by the Kiuau this week to attend the
During my absence from Hilo nil ac
counts owing to me are payable to Dr.
Archie Irwin. J. J. CRACK.
I?or Sai.K I'orcut flowers, flower pots,
ornamental trees, etc., call on or address
JIM MORRIS, 1'. O. Vox 343, Hilo. 10-tf
Jnpnuesc crepe shirts; finest quality
large sizes only. Closing out nt 35 per
cent reduction. Ring up for particulars.
A. H. Jackson has recently beautified
his office with n magnificent lithograph
of the liomc'office building of the New
York Life, on Ilroadw.iy New YoTk.
Chlel Justice I'reur, Arthur A. Wilder
nnd A. V. Judd hnve been appointed by
Governor Dole to compile the Statute
, Laws of Hawaii, as authorized by Act 45.
The St. Kalhcriue. Captain Saunders,
nriived Wednesday morning, twenty days
from San Francisco. Slu brought n gen
eral cargo and one .passenger, Dr. A. K.
One of the most interesting numbers nt
the social Tucsdav evening at the Foreign
Church, was the baritone cornet solo by
Prof. Carvnlho. As an encore he ren
dered "The Holv City."
Senator llrov stntes that he has been
able to incorporate in tin. Loan Hill the
following items for Hilo: $t6,ooo for a
jail; $20,000 for n Courthouse; $15,000
for sewers, nnd $20,000 for new streets,
There will be 11 musical concert nt the
Haili Church, Saturday evening, May 23,
the proceeds of which will go to the ben
efit of the new Hilo Hoarding School
buildings. Mrs. J. T. Lewis will have
the concert in charge.
Olnn has raised $100 for the Hilo
Fourth of July celebration. This money
was contributed by the employees at the
mill and sets a pace, which if followed by
all others, will guarantee plenty of money
for the two big days.
TT T Clint., nf !,.. I lit Trniv (n ri.
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turned with Mrs. Shaw by the Falls of
civile mis weeK irom a iwo mourns visu
and vacation on the mainland. Mr. and j
Mrs. Shaw are again settled in their
home at Reeds Day.
I). Ii. Macy of Wnikamalo was in the
city Monday on business. Mr. Macy, who
has kept a rain record the just year, re
ports that April shows the heaviest pre
cipitation during that time. The rainfall
for April was 48.85 inches.
Admiral Ileckley is authority for the
statement that the tract of laud' set apart
by the Legisl iture for n Hilo recreation
"round bears the name Mooheau I'ark.
fhe Admiral says Mooheau was n sou of
Hoolulti, which indicates that Hilo is to
have a dynasty of parks.
The last round trip of the Falls of
Clyde from Hilo was a fine record for
Captain Mutsou-nnd his bhin. She car
ried n nig cargo of sugar ami had to wait
at Sail Fraucisco nine days for n berth
at the docks. Still she made the round
trip in forty-one days.
The Falls of Clyde, Captain Matson,
arrived Monday morning, fourteen days
from San Francisco! Passengers arriving
by this vessel were Mr. nnd Mrs. H, L.
Shaw, Mrs. Hecker Sr., Mrs. Ilecker Jr.,
Miss Ilecker, Messrs, Whitely, RacklilT,
Myrick nnd Von Steeuburgli.
The II11.0 Triiiunu will pay 10 cents n
pound for clean cotton rags.
Wc have just received
.1 lot of the well known
It is Kuarntiteed pure and far ex
cells any other non-intoxicating
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Gold Medal for
the best Cider at the California In
ternational Mid-Winter Kxposition.
$4 pep doz., L nne bottles
Mfschlaeger u. , Ltd.
Pioneer Winn mid Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
(Julcl Church Wedding ill High Noon
at Foreign Church.
St. Clair Ilidgood nud Miss Iivangcline
M. Post were" married nt high noon yes
terday at the First Foreign Church, Rev.
Mr. Nash performing the ceremony.
The wedding was a quiet one, the only
guests being Claud Ilidgood, brother to
the groom, who served as best man, Mrs,
J. T. Lewis, matron of honor, ami Mr.
Richatd II. Trent of Honolulu.
The bridal party will leave by the first
train today for the Volcano House, where
Mr. and Mrs. Ilidgood will reside.
The bride arrived in Hilo by the Kiuau
this week having come from Riverside,
Cat., by the Sierra last week. Miss Post
was born in Riverside, where she has al
ways lived nud where she is n favorite in
church and social circles. St. Clair Ilid
good is known to the people of Hawaii as
the affable manager of the Volcano
House at the crater of Kilauca. To their
charming mountain home Mr. nud Mrs.
lliduood will take with them the con
gratulations and best wishes of n host of
TO TEST COUNTY 111 Mi.
Superintendent of Public Works
Raises lllg (uesllons.
Supt. II. It, Cooper yesterday submitted
to Governor Dole n letter defining his
reasons for holding the County law to be
illegal nud contrary to the Organic Act.
The Hoard of Public Institutions held n
meeting yesterday and Secretary Carter
was instructed to scud n letter to Supt.
Cooper requesting him to turn over the
wharves, (locks, and the Executive and
Judiciary Iluildings. A similar letter was
sent to the Hoard of Health requesting
formal possession of the Insane Asylum.
At the same time the officers now in
charge of these institutions, buildings
and wharves arc asked to remain in charge
until further notice.
The next step will be n refusal by
Supt. Cooper to surrender possession of
the property in charge and a submission
of the points of differences to the Justices
of the Supreme Court. It was stated ill
the Senate yesterday that there would be
n decision as to the legality of the County
Act bcfoie the present 'session of the
.Minstrel Show nt Spreckels.
The Klk Minstrel Show on the even
inge of July 3 and 4, will be given in
Spreckels' Hall. The F.Iks will construct
a stage in the cud of the halt, which will
be left as a permanent improvement.
TJ'c owners of the building not only ap
proved of the plans suggested by the
Itlks, but have written that they will con
tribute $50 toward paving for the stage.
This improvement will give Hilo a hall
with facilities for producing plays, which
has been n long felt want.
A Hums Smoker.
The Hums Club held a business meet
ing last Saturday night in Hilo. The
affairs of the Club were reported in good
condition. J. D. Kennedy was admitted
to membership. Messrs. Campbell, Wil
son, ami Fraser were appointed a com
mittee to arrange for n smoker to be given
sometime in the future.
Outgoing Kliiitu List.
It. Ingham, D. M. Ross, Geo. Mumby,
C. M. Wyrick, J. F. Wyrick, II. From
holtz, Dr. E. L. Hutchinson, Mrs. Mc
Kinley, R. II. Schiielloch, Mrs. A. E.
McLean, R. II. Trent, Mrs. S. Maliuka,
lli-ht Foreign Church.
Services next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. Subject "Man Unknown to
Man." Union service in the evening at
the Haiti Church. Everybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
St. James' Mission.
Fourth Sunday after Easter, 7:3011. m.,
Holy Eucharist; 11 a. m., Matins and
Sermon; 7:30 p.m., Evensong and Ser
mon. .Wall, Nichols Co. offer special sale of
phonograph record at $3.50 per doz. it
The Maun.i L0.1 sailed from the other
side of the Island Monday with one of
tier boilers out of commission. Purser
Conkliug reported that she had trouble
with one of her boilers the entire trip,
which to the Manna Loa crew explained
the good showing made by the Kinau.
W. II. Little and family have decided
to leave Hilo and return to Oakland.
This inqvc will be made 011 account of
the health ol their child. Mr. and Mrs.
Little will be missed by n large circle of
friends. They expect to go in August.
Mr. Little has been manager of the lum
ber department of the Hilo Mercantile
Company for five years.
The Hilo Agricultural Society held 11
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I IIICCIUIK iiiai aiiiuiiiuj' iu iiJiiami:!, mu
matter of having a representative in Sail
I Francisco to handle the product of local
I shippers. Hesides discussing this matter,
j,the meeting was addressed by n number
of members on various fruit products,
j The meeting was largely attended and
showed increased interest in the organiz
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
I menaccrs to health of the present day.
I norm dak no pooCi r co , htvy von.
DANOK AT KEBHS HAY.
Mr. niul Mm. A. M. Wilson Hive it
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. Wilson entertained
n number of people last evening at n
dance at their beach home at Reeds Hay,
The guests present numbered nearly one
hundred nud all passed n most enjoyable
evening. The place was beautifully
lighted and decorated and excellent music
had been provided by the host ami hos
tess. During the evening refreshments
were served to all.
The guests present were: Mr. and Mrs.
T. Hlack, A' Drunga, F. Souza, C. Hitch
cock, M. Rice, A. James, H. L. Ross, J. U.
Smith, W. II. Shipman, J. IJohiicnberg,
C. C. Kennedy, J. Napier, M. F. McDon
ald, J. Fitzgerald, W. Chalmers, O. Rose,
D. Stewart, W. Jamison, J. McPhcrson,
W. McKay, W. Vannatta, W. J. Stone,
R. T. Guard, H. Ludloff, II. L. Shaw, J.
McNicol, W. H. Little, J. S. Canariu, K.
F. Mackie, G. M utility, C. U. Kennedy,
F. Forbes, II. Klllott, Mrs. N. Tracy;
Messrs. W. S. Wise, G. F. Little, E. E.
Richards, W. II. Schoening, J. Fhilips,
G. Day, G. Hell, Dr. Stow, W. C. Cook,
A. Sctioeu, R. Lougher, J. D. Kennedy,
D. Lycurgus, Ted Guard, L. W. Hawortn,
Henry Porter, R. Lindsay, E. II. Austin,
W. Campbell, F. E. Clark, A. S. Wall,
Alex Fraser, j. Henderson, Ronald Ken
nedy, A. II. Jackson, J. S. Clark, J.
Fraser, A. Sutton; Willie Weight, J. S. Mc
Lean, I. U. Schoeti; Misses. N. Souza, C.
Souza, Emily Wery, Carrie Dunn, Par
guar, A. Rose, Jessie McMillian, Nellie
Carr, Lycan, Canario, Anita Canario,
Florence Sutton, Kuitnn Porter.
F. E. Ilotchklss Dead.
Wns Struck by 11 freight Trnlu nud
News has just been received ftom Chi
cago of the death near that city of F. E.
Hotchiss. Mr. Hotchlss arrived in Hilo
on the fist trip of the S.'S. Enterprise and
up to within a few months ago resided
with his wife and family at Honohina,
where Mr. Hotchiss was engaged in the
management of the Honohina Coffee
Company. The cause of death which
occured April 18th at Lagrange, a suburb
of Chicago, wns the result of injuries re
ceived by being struck by a passing
freight train, Mr. Hotchiss suffered from
deafness, which is supposed to have been
the cause of the accident. He was born
in Milwaukee Aug. 26th, 1861 and lived
there until ten years ago, when he went
to Chicago and entered the brokerage
business. For many years he was associ
ated with George A. Seaverns Co, of Chi
cago and at the time of his death was a
popular member of the Chicago Board of
Trade. He is survived by a widow and
three young children, two girls and one
sou, Hoth he and his family were well
known here socially, where they were
general favorites, and his widow and be
reaved family have the heartfelt sympa
thy of a multitude of friends.
The Sham llnttlc.
Tickets for the excursion and shnui
battle at Puna Sunday arc selling rapidly
and the outlook is good for a big attend
ance. The trains will leave the new de
pot at 9 a. m. The party will be com
posed of the members of Company D and
their friends nud all others who want to
enjoy a "fine days outing. The people
will take full dinner baskets ami make a
day of it.
The details of the sham battle have
been decided upon, and the encounter
promises to be exciting. The company
will be divided into four divisions which
will be under the command respectively
of Captain Fetter, Captain Ludwig, Lieut.
Lndloffaud Lieut. Heers. Their adversary
will be a small company ot picked men
stationed on one of the Puna hills and
protected by the heavy guns. The guns
will be in charge of Corporal Hering who
will have seventy rounds of ammunition
with which to defend the hill against the
balance of the company. Each member
of the company will carry forty rounds of
ammunition and as n consequence the
day will be n smoky one at Puna.
Eastern Star Anniversary.
The Order of Eastern Star celebrated
the Thirteenth anniversary of its institu
tion in Hilo last Friday night with n
dance and reception at Kilauea Lodge
hall. Hesides the members, guests were
present, making in all about sixty. The
committee in charge, Mrs. Holmes, Mrs.
Marsh, Mrs. Weight and Mr. E. N.
Holmes, had made every arrange
ment for the entertainment of the com
pany. Worthy Patron F. Souza and
1 Wormy Matron tin, K. F. Mackie
assisted the committee in receiving the
guests. I lie evening was spent in dancing.
The order was established in Hilo in
1800 and has had n history of successive
years of growth since, nnd is now in n
nourishing condition. It is the inteii
tiou of the members of the order to re-
Ceot these dances from time to time to
ctter acquaint people with the social
side of the organization.
For County Supervisor.
Pet r I.ee, who was in the city yester
day, si ys that County politics are being
discussed in his district with considerable
vigor, l'or County Supervisor from the
I'una district, Mr. Lee s name has been
mentioned by several people. Mr. I.ee,
however, states that lie would not con
sider the suggestion, but believes the Re
publicans and people of all parties could
not find a better or more capable Comity
Supervisor from Puna than T. J. Ryan.
Mr. I.ee favors Ryan ami says he will
pull off his coat and work for him if
Ryan will take the place.
For Decoration Day.
The following committees have been
appointed to have charge of the Decora
tion Day ceremonies: General commit
tee, Gilbert I'. Little, chairman, Mrs. W.
S. Terry, Mrs. Rioliley, Miss I'.tvira
Richardson, Miss Jessie Marlin, A. Rich
ley and Henry Williams.
On Decorations: Mrs. V. S. Terry,
chairman, Miss Hlvira Richardson, Miss
Jeunie Marlin, Captain 1'etter, Sergt. J.
I), Huston, J, Mann and wife, James Mor
ris, Comrade Hutchinson ami wife.
Literary Hxercises: II. Williams, G.
1'. Little and I'erry l'earce.
mJAItll OFF HIS (IIIAIH).
Is Presented a Fast Exalted Killers
Jenel by 1 1 1 1 0 Lodge.
The Hilo Lodge of Elks caught Past
Exalted Ruler R. T. Guard off his guard
Monday night. At a meeting called
especially for the purpose, the Past Ex
alted Ruler was presented with an official
jewel by the members of the lodge. The
allalr liad been kept secret from Air.
Guard and when the mcetiliL! had been
called to order and Hrother G. F. Little
was asked to talk, he had no Inkling ofi
what was coming. When the Judge re-'
fcred to the fraternal remarks alleged to ,
have bceu made by Abraham and Solo
mon only those who knew what was com-1
iug could figure out what the speaker
was driving nt. He made n few further
remarks on the necessity of association
and fellowship in civilized lifcand wound
up by drawing from his pocket the shin
ing Jewell. Guard was ordered to step to
the front and then it dawned upon him
what It all was about. Judge Little then
presented the badge to Mr. Guard amid
the hearty applause of the assembled
herd of Elks.
In response Mr. Guard lost the thread
of his thought but his brief speech of ac
ceptance was indicative of the apprecia
tion he felt.
After the ceremony was over, the House
Committee through its spokesman, It. It.
Richards stated that it would stand the
treats. Accordingly the Hbrnry table wns
changed to a dining table and delicacies
were piled lrigh.
Exalted Ruler A. C. McKenney took
occasion to boost the Ebony Minstrels
which will appear In Hilo July 3 nnd 4.
Brother Prouty, musical director for the,
event, devoted some time to a test of the
vocal powers of the Itlks present. He
was in search of material for his chorus.
It was found thnt there arc few if any in
the Itlks Lodge who cannot sing. The.
public will have a chance to determine
this question the Fourth of July.
SUCCESSFUL CHURCH SOCIAL.
Excellent I'rogrnm of Music at First
The social Tuesday night at the First
Foreign Church was the best that has
been given since the new church was
built. The company present was large
and served as an inspiration to those who
appeared on the program. The variety
and excellence ot tue entertainment was
of the first order every number being
given the hearty encore "it deserved.
The program was opened with a bari
tone comet solo by Prof. Carvnlho, which
was followed uy n piano solo by Mrs. J.
T. Lewis. Mrs. Moses and Miss Huggins
Slaycd beautifully on the violin, their
uet being roundly encored. To this
they responded later In the evening with
a second piece which was as favorably
Four boys from the Hilo Hoarding
School gave an exhibition of Indian Club
swinging which delighted the audience.
C. N. Pronty rendered n vocal solo which
was given a hearty encore. Mrs. II. L.
Ross nud Mrs. W. I. Madeira sang n duet
winning their usual share of approbation.
A recitation by W. C. Cooke closed the
A novel diversion was a guessing con
test in which the audience was asked to
participate. A few characteristics of
great men were presented on a pla
card, the problem being to guess the
identity of the personage.
Delightful refreshments served to all
completed the order of the evening.
May 4th, Entered Atnr ship Falls of
Clyde, Matson muster, ten passen
gers, 14 days from San Francisco,
with cargo of general merchandise.
Total cargo value J37 ,652.38.
May 6th. Entered Atnr. bark St. Kath
critic, Saunders master, one pas
senger, 20 days from San Fran
cisco, with cargo of general mer
chandise. Total cargo value $38,
778.69. May 7U1, Arrived Atnr. S, S. Hawaiian,
Delano master, cargo of flour from
Tncoma for this port. Loading
sugar en route from Honolulu to
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. Easy
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Hilo.
Hove you heard the last words of Vir
giuius. 2 A Grand E3
j Musical J
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SS: Proceeds for the benefit of the
Hilo Hoarding School New
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Have you 11 tired, worn-out feeling? do you feel weary before the day Is
half over? is life a burden on account of an enervating climate? The chances
arc you are wearing heavy clothing when you ought to be wearing summer
clothing. Get light-weight clothing and note the difference.
White Duck Trousers, $1.50; Coats, $2.25.
Crasli Trousers, $1.50; Linen Coats, $2.50.
Alpaca and Serge Coats, $2.75 to $7.25.
ii- PREMIER HABERDASHERY
Original and practical designs in barefoot
Sandals tor atnes and children in tan, red
and patent leather now opened
Economic Shoe Company
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray Madias
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Also a select line of
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Also n new stock
R. & Q.
E. N. HOLMES
Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
HILO, - - HAWAII
Mr. Miiiieol l'ranco e Vascousellos of
Kalnp.i, Haiiiaku.i, is our agent. All or
ders Mint through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc., will have our prompt at
tention. Hear in mind that we keep a
great variety of the very best in our line
at moderate prices,
IIII.O WINK & LIQUOR CO.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 6, 1903.
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HAI'TISTH May 6, to Rev. and Mrs, R. Manager i
K, Il.iptiste, a sou, JKfj
m. f. Mcdonald
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords Children's Shoes and Slip
pers of the celebrated
Send for 1903 Catalogue.
JTRUMBULL & BEEBE
419-421 Sansomo St.
Special rates by week and month to
The sulphur steam baths have been
entirely remodeled and a new cabinet
added, making the finest steam baths
in the country.
A new tenuis court, a new croquet
ground and target range have been
The main building has been entirely
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