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TUB WEBKT.Y HILO' T-RMUtfK, Illi.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY jr, 1905.
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Sonoma Decemher 7 Alamidt December 16 Ventura December 28 Alameda January 6 Sierra January 18 Alameda , January 27 Sonoma February 8 Alameda February 17 Ventuta March 1 Alameda March 10 Sierra March 22 Alameda March 31 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Sonoma December 6 Alameda December 21 Ventura December 27 Alameda January 11 Sierra January 17 Alameda February 1 honoma February 7 Alameda February 22 Ventura February 28 Alameda March 15 Sierra March 2t In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are prepared to Issue, to intendlug passengers Coupon Through Tickets by any railroad from Sail Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to all European ports. For further particulars apply to Wm. G. Irwin & Co. LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co. MATSON NAVIGATION GO. SCHEDULE OF S. S. ENTERPRISE Leave San Francisco: Juno 19, '04 July 23, '04 Aug. 26, '04 Sopt.29, '04 Nov. 2, '04 Doc. G, '04 Leave Ililo: July G, '04 Aug. 9, '04 Sept. 12, '04 Oct. IG.'OI Nov. 26, '04 Doc. 23, '04 R. T. GUARD, Agent. WELA KA HAO SALOON Front St., Noxt to Alcana's Coffoo Shop BEER ONLY Ititllim Immigrant nil Honest mid Thririy Class. Secretary Metcnlf of the Depart ment of Commerce nnd Labor, has icccnlly received a letter from n prominent Italian of California, which contains some interesting in formation concerning the progrchS and condition of his fellow-countrymen in that .state. He mentions several by name, and he might have referred to others, for n num ber of Italian immigrants occupy prominent positions in industrial and commercial movements. Mr. Andrea Sbarboro, for example, is president of the manufacturers and Producers' Association of the state He is also president of the Italian- American Bank. The writer, having recently vis ited the immigrant station at Ellis Island, approves the proposition that a bureau of .information be es tablished there which may direct immigrants where to settle, in ac cordance with their capabilities. "There is no question that too many immigrants are stopping in large cities," he says, "who would be valuable acquisitions in the southern states, in the west, and especially in our own state of Cali fornia. The largest percentage of Italian immigrants are farmers. They are thrifty and patient and make a good living on a very small tract of land. You know that nearly all the vegetables grown in California are produced by Italian hands. They are also veryexpert in handling fruit, and are at home in the vineyard. "Our Italian-Swiss colony near Cloverdale, Sonoma county, con sisting of over 1,500 acres of land, which in 1881 supported two men and 500 sheep, is today giving profitable employment directly and indirectly to over 1 ,000 people, and its wines'are known throughout the world. California has the same climate and soil as that of Italy. It is one-third larger. Whilst Italy supports 35,000,000 of people we have not yet reached the two mil lion mark. Therefore, it is to our interest to eucourape healthy, thrifty, strong people to our state. I have heard some one say that the Italian immigrant is undesirable because he comes to this country, makes a little money, and then re turns to Italy. This is an unfair prejudice, not warranted by the facts. I know from my own ex perience in California for the past fifty years that not 3 per cent of the Italians who have come here have returned to Italy to remain. Some of them do return home after they have made some mouey, but most of them go to bring their families to this country. "It is true that the Italian immi grant, when he lands from his ship, is in many cases uncouth, and in some cases illiterate, but he soon assimilates with the other people of the country, generally raises a family, and, feeling the disadvan tage of the want of an education himself, devotes his whole energy to see that his children receive a good education. We have several notable examples of the progress made by these children in our state. "Mr. F. M. Angellotti, the son of an illiterate Italian fisherman, was recently elected judge of the su preme court. We have in San Francisco a number of good law yers, banker. and heads of large business houses. M. J. Fontana, who came here when a little boy engaged in the humble position of a bootblack, is now at the head of the California Fruit Cauners' Asso ciation, the largest establishment of that trade in the world. "As to the criminality of the many and Canada, 4 per cent from lvuglattd nnd Wales, 1 per cent from Italy, eight-tenths per cent ' from othef countries.' In reference to the education of prisoners it was found that 13 per cent could neither read nor write, 1 per cent claimed to have been to college, 4 per cent in the high schools nnd academies, 48 per cent in grammar grades of public schools and 20 per cent in private elementary schools. This tends to show that it is not the illit erate class who give the largest number of criminals. "I do not believe that yon would find any Italians in any almshouse or public hospital in the state of Louisiana. In all pf the American towns and cities where Italians re side in any considerable number there exist mutual benefit societies, the members of which pay Si a month, and whenever n member is sick he is taken care of by the so ciety. If a member should beepme incurable a collection is made among bis countrymen, passage at half-fare is obtained from the steam ship company and the unfortunate is sent home. In New Orleans there are many wealthy Italians who take cnte of their sick, and only recently one of these, Captain Salvatore Pizzati, donated $75,000 for the erection of an orphan asylum in New Orleans. The Italians gen erally arc a thrifty and economical people, and far from being charges on the public, save their earnings nnd help to build up the country." KUI'MtlOIt 001,1' LINKS. Illlo Club Has Provided n IMIllriill mid llimirdotis Course. The following description of the links of the Ililo Coir Club ap peared recently in the Honolulu Advertiser, and is the opinion of the sporting editor: About two months ago Ililo de cided to play golf and proceeded to organize a club, the members and officers of which arc: Directors W. F. Balding, presi dent; K. C. Mcllor, secretary and treasurer; S. (Irace, captain; E. N. Holmes, Dr. II. Hayes. Members R. E. Raiding, D. K. Metzger, V. llurd, T. Guard, J. C. Ridgway, Thos. C. Ridgway, Dr. C. I. Stow, Dr. A. Irwin, Dr. J. Holland, W. II. Schoening, W. II. Smith, H. L,. Ross, J. E. Mctcalf, C. 1'. Benton, Geo. N. Day, H. L. Shaw, Wm. McKay, Mrs W. T. Balding, Mrs. E. N. Holmes, Mrs. J. E. Mctcalf, Mrs. II. L. Shaw, Mrs. Wm. McKay, Miss S. Peck, Miss E. Peck, Miss M. Gee. A beautiful 7 hole course has been laid out on the ridge back of Mr. Peck's home overlooking the harbor. The distances and bogies (diflicuh) II I are as follows: 1st hole..J3t yds. bouie..4 2nd "...303 " ' 5 3rd "...343 " " 5 4II1 "...200 " " 4 5th "...180 ' 4 6th "...301 ' " 5 7U1 "...407 " " 6 The not A Will Fed 1'coplc. American people do properly appreciate the excellence and abundance of their daily rations of food. They are the best fed peo ple on earth. We recently saw a large painting whereon the artist had depicted a dozen faces an old man and woman, toilers in mine, factory and field; little children types of humanity which never had enough to eat. There were a" hor rible gauutucss and a look of almost hopeless despair in their poorly nou rished faces, the look of the hun gry wild beasts, the soul beclouded with ever present hunger. There are more people of this sort in the world than we dream of, in the city slums, on the starved acres of Ire land, in India, in China, wherever there is poverty of soil, excess of population, drought of food or in sect pest, or where the hand of des potism touches humanity. For his three good square meals a day. whether he lives in town or country, for the always ample supply of pala table and nourishing food, the Am erican citizen should return daily thanks. PRIMO PACIFIC RAINIER ENTERPRISE In Kog or Bottle JOHN KA9, Jr. Proprietor. ALL KINDS OF RUBBER GOODS GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. H. II. PHASE, President. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A. Italian immigrant, I beg to call your attention to the following par agraph, which is taken from the bureau of education, circular of in formation No. 4, entitled the 'Ab-. normal Man,' which gives some J statistics about criminality. In I speaking of the nationality of these Ciiminals it states: 'Forty-two per 1 cent were natives of the state and 43 per cent were natives of other s.ates. This will confirm the well , known migratory tendency in crim I iuals. Eleven per cent were from Ireland, 3 per cent each from ,Ger- A. B. C. BEERS ABSOLUTELY PURE In proof of this vc call attention to the statement below. It is an expression by an eminent authority. It speaks for itself: Officii of Statu Analyst CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS BUKKIU.KY, July 1 8, 1904. Dr. N. K. Fostkr, Secretary State Board of Health. I have exnmined sample marked "A. B. C. Beer," St. Louis, received April, 1904, nnd repott as follows: This analysis was made at the request of the "IIiLDHRT Mercantile Co.," the sample having been bought by me in open market. The cer was in a good state of preservation and was clear and sparkling. The chemical analysis showed that it was froo from adultoratlon, artificial pre servatives and Impurities. skal w. b. rising, State Analyist. ;V 1 BOHEMIAN &. -H W' BOTTLED BEER The ONLY ItEER absolutely perfect and healthlul, according to every unalysis, aud the ONLY HKER Ixjttled EXCLUSIVELY AT THE HREWERY IN ST. LOUIS. W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd. E271S Ililo I IE N. Ohtandt. J. C. OhUndt, ESTABLISHED (864 A.Uulk II. Uuc N. OHLANDT & CO Moiuiu Hotel Sold. The sale of the Moana Hotel un der a decree made by Judge Robin son in the case of Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., plaintiff, vs. Moana Ho tel Co., Ltd., defendant, in which the Trust Company represented the bondholders in the Moana Hotel Company, took place in front of the Judiciary building, "Honolulu, under the direction of Commissioner M. T. Simonton. Auctioneer Jas. F. Morgan conducted the sale. TotaL.1865 yds. bogle 33 In matches or tournaments 9 holes are played by playing No. 1 and No. 4 after No. 7, making the 9 holes 2296 yards with a bogie of 41. The Colonel to date, we under stand, has not been defeated but as a new horse mower has just been put on the course and the greens are fast being put into shape we can predict that he will soon lose his position as champion. Comparison with the Oahu courses will show that the Hilo course is second in length of its en tire course, Halciwa being but 100 yards longer, but from the fact that the Hilo course is rolling country aud has many more natural bunk ers which punish a pulled or sliced ball severely, as it should be, the the Hilo course is as fine a course as there is in the islands aud in another year Honolulu will have to work hard for a victory on the Hilo course. Haleiwa Golf Club Course, 2396 yards; bogie, 40. Hilo Golf Club Course, 2296 yards; bogie, 41. Honolulu Golf Club Course (Moanalua), 2154 yards; bogie, 40. Manoa Golf Club Course, 2046 ynrds; bogie, 41. Hilo has several good holes which call for par golf for bogie scores where flumes, slopes and dips punish too long or short a shot and call out forcible expres sions on a sliced or pulled ball. . . (lot Damages. The famous damage suit of David Baker and wife against Superinten dent of Schools Atkinson, ex-High Sheriff' Brown, ex-Sheriff Andrews and a Hawaiian Deputy Sheriff, Manufacturers and Duamjrs in FERTILIZERS Off Euery Description. Bono Meal, Sulphate of Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Alaska Fish Scrap, Hoof Meal, Muriate of Potash Nitrate of Soda, Double Superphosphate Offico: 127 Market Street. High Grade Tankage. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Factory: Indiana &. Yolo Sts Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee to be correct. R. T. GUARD, Agent for the Hawaiian Islands ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE. Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Go. Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail ay Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, It. C, Honolulu, ine, y.; are aUO at HOnOIUIUou or aoout tue dales below Btated.viz: From Vancouver and Victoria B. C. For Brisbane, Q and Sydney: MIOWERA NOVEMHER 19 MONA DECEMBER 17 AORANGI JANUARY 14 MIOWERA FEBRUARY 11! From Sydney, Brisbane (Q). For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C: MOANA NOVEMBER 16 AORANGI, DECEMBER 14 MIOWERA JANUARY 11 MOANA FEBRUARY 8 The entire Moana Hotel, includ- ji,ns i,CL. concluded before Judge ing fee simple lauds, leaseholds, en gines, fixtures, furniture, etc., was offered for sale. A large number of people, including some of the most prominent financiers of the city, had gathered to witness the transaction. The sale, however, transpired quickly and quietly, there being absolutely no competi tion whatever. The only bid made was by Henry IJ. Cooper, who offered $40,000, for which price the hotel was knocked down to him. Cooper announced that he bid rep resenting the bondholders of the Moana Hotel Company. .1 1 u - J 1 1 s 11 . This bit of news may have a wider bearing than appears upon the face of it: "The naval cadets at Annapolis are to be given instruction in jiu jitsu, the Japanese system of calis thenics. It was nnuounced yester day at the Navy Department that airangements had been made to give the naval cadets this addi tional physical training. "Tbe training was recommended by the President, aud it is to be in corporated at once into the curri culum of tbe Naval Academy. The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in 100 honrs. without change. The finest railway service in the world. Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe For freight aud passage, and all general information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Matthewman with a verdict in favor of plaintiff. Damages were assessed in the sum of $2,500 ngainst Atkinson, $500 ngainst, Brown aud $1 each against the two others. Baker aud his wife were, by the orders of Atkinson and Brown, evicted by force from a schcol house in Kona of which they had taken possession. The Only Cough Medicine Free From I'olson. The Pharmacy Board of New South Wales, Australia, had an analysis made of all the cough med icines that were sold on the market. Out of the entire list they found only one that they declared was entirely free from all poisons. This exception was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, whiih proves it to be the safest aud best that can be had. It is especially recommended for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough and may be given to the little ones with absolute security. For sale by the Hilo Drug Co. Subset ibe for the Tribune. Sub scription $2.50 a year. The Old Buggy... made new for a few cents and" a little labor. With- The Sherwin-Williams Buggy Paint you can paint and varnish at the same operation. You will be surprised how cosy it is to renew vehicles. Let us show you color cards. 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