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llig lot new fiction. WhII Nichols Co.
Miss Harriet llnpal it Uniting l Ho
nolulu, I)r. J. Holland win called lo Honolulu
on business.
1. A. Vnncr of Mahukona waia IIouo.
lulu visitor lust week.
Sheriff Keotiimil left Sunday lo attend
the Kohnla term of court.
Miss Mary Cnnario is the gueit of Mrs.
A. G. Correu in Honolulu.
Mrs. St. C. Nidgood returns to Hono
lulu ly the Kiuau this week.
Mrs. I)aid Forbes of Kukulhnele is
the guest of Rev. Mrs. Mill iu 1'iuieo.
Miss Minnie Schmidt has been appoint
ed to a position in the Royal School, Ho
nolulu. G. II. Gere is now superintending the
laying out of a Five-Mile Road near
Rev. W. U. Crabtree of Sun Diego was
a visitor at the Volcano last week, return
ing by the Kluuu.
Miss Caroline Potter returned last
week alter spending thclrsummer vacation
iu Knu and Kona.
Uutterick pnttcrnt have been reduced
in price. Always the latest styles at
Moses & Raymonds.
Levi C. Lyman and family are now
sojourning at the Lyman place at 33
miles, Volcano Road.
Miss Josephine Dcyo nnd Dr. Wctmore
nre returning from their pilgrimage to
Kon.i by way of W.iimea.
Chas. Williams, County Attorney, was
h departing passenger by the Klnuu for
the Kohala term of court.
Geo. Willfong is much improved in
health and it is expected that he will
soon be up and about again.
Cluis. Furucauxand wife have resumed
their residence iu Htlo, after several
weeks spent iu the wilds of Olaa.
Mis. Maria Aioua has opened a store
on Wuiauuenue Street, where she takes
orders for Hawaiian mats and hats.
Aug, Ilumburg was hurriedly called to
Honolulu last week to attend to certain
business connected with the shipping.
Miss Kmily Kwaliko leaves today on
the Falls of Clyde for the coast where
she will spend a year in Normal study,
W. R. Roth, Cashier of the National
Bank of Hawaii returned to Honolulu by
the last Kiuau, after ten days at the Vol
cano. Judge Lyman and Miss IJllen Lyman
have returned from their summer resi
dence iu Olaa and arc now at their home
in Htlo.
D. S. Ilowmun, who was ill fora couple
of weeks with diphtheria, is about
the streets again although iu a much
weakened condition.
Prince Kuhio has been spending a
poition of his sojourn in Hawaii iu and
about Waiuiea, where he is enjoying
some excellent shooting.
Mrs. A. James and children were pas
sengers for the Coast from Honolulu on
the schooner "W. H. Marstou." Mrs".
James will make a visit to her former
home iu Michigan.
Lieut. J. R. Slattery, U. S. Navy, ac
companied by his wife, is making a visit
tn Hilo, While here Lieut. Slattery will
look Into preliminary survey matters for
the Hilo breakwater.
Mrs. S. C. Ridgway leaves this week
for Washington, D. C, where she will
hpeud the winter with her daughter.
Thos. C. Ridgw.iy accompanies her on
the Kiuau to Honolulu.
Mrs. Guv H. Gere leaves fora couple
of month's visit to friends iu Honolulu.
She expects to return to Hilo with her
sister, Miss Loomis, who is expected
shortly from the coast.
Miss Ruth Rutherford of Oakland,
Cal., will arrive on the Roderick Dim
the latter part of August lo take charge
of the Hilo Free Kindergarten, in place
of Miss D. n. Sumner resigned.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. 1. Sissou leave for
Honolulu by the next Kiuau, where they
will cotch the Coptic for Hongkong. Mi.
and Mrs. Sissou will be located iu
Singapore, Straits Settlements.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Governor John T, Haker, who started
for Canada and a tour of the mainland,
was subpocucd as a witness iu the Parker
ranch cute at Honolulu on his arrival
there, and will be detained indefinitely.
Among those departing on the next
Knterprise ure Mrs. Henry Hayes and
sou, Miss Dollie Sumner, Miss Margaret
Scott, Mr. Alvah Scott, Mr. Irwin Scott,
W. T. Balding, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy ond
Bruce Kennedy.
Mrs. W. H. Shipmau and three daugh
ters leave this week by the Kiuau, where
they will take the Alameda for the coast.
Misses Carrie, Florence and Murgaret
will be iu attendance at Mrs. Mill's Semi
nary during the coming jear.
W. T. Ruwlius, Referee iu Bankruptcy
ill the cases of Nomura ami Y. Hauiada
spent last Thursday in Hilo, holding n
bankruptcy court for the determination
of the claims against the said Kstatcs.
He returned on the last Kiuau to Hono
lulu. a
Mm. H. B. Klliott is visiting in Houo
W. II. C. Campbell Is in Honolulu on
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunu. Subscrip
tion f j. 50 per year.
Mrs. J. F. Clay left last Tuesday on the
Sonoma for the Coast.
It, II. Cant of Papalkou was a depart
ing passenger per Kiuau.
Master Herbert Shipmnn will be n stu
dent at Oahu College this year.
The schooner Marston was scheduled
to leave Honolulu last Saturday.
Messrs Jauiicsou and Irwin of Bishop
and Company have teturued to Honolulu.
Miss Franc F.atou, accompanied by her
sister Ncna, will return from Honolulu
this week.
Geo. S. McKenzie was a passenger from
Lattpahochoc ou tua last Kiuau for Ho
nolulu, Sewing machine supplies of nil kinds
at Moses & Raymonds Needles for all
makes of machines.
L. M. Whltchouse after arranging for
the erection of the Hilo Jail returned to
Honolulu last week.
Miss Amy Hill lias been appointed as
Librarian for the Hilo Library and has
resigned her school at Haaheo.
The daughter of M. S. Cnnario is re
ported to be ill with diphtheria, and
the house has been quarantined.
Mrs. Adam Lindsay and family wll'
spend the month of August at the
Renwlck cottage, at 23 miles, Olaa.
J. A. McCandless and B. P. Dillingham
after a thorough inspection of the Hilo
district returned to Honolulu last week.
Miss Esther R. Lvmau left by the last
Kiuau for a vacation trip to Honolulu,
where she will visit relatives and friends.
The American-Hawaiian Steamship
Texan Is now lying hi port of Hilo, Ink
ing on load of sugar for Delaware Break
water. Mrs. Milton Rice, who has been the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Furueaux iu
Olaa, returned to the City the latter part
of the week.
J. Castle Ridgway returns tomorrow by
the Kinau from his semi-annual examin
ation of the National Banks throughout
he Territory.
Sat., August 12th, 1905
Under the auspices of the Hawaii Jockey
Club, commencing at 3 p. m.
J mile dash, Phillip and St. Yusef.
..Baseball game,
I mile trot, best two iu three heats,
Admiral Dewey and Ned McGowau.
I mile Luna's race.
Yt mile Jap race.
Polo Game.
Including Grand Stand
Train will leave Hilo Station at 1:45 p.m.
Miss Harriet Austin was a departing
passenger by the last Kinau, having been
the guest in Hilo of th&Severances during
the past few weeks.
John Knulukou, Jr., is visiting his
father iu Hilo. He will return to Hono
lulu next mouth and continue his studies
in the St. Louis College.
Miss Josephine Deyo, who in company
with I?r.. Francjs Wcfuiore aud Miss Pot
ter have been making a tour of Hawaii,
yas a Honolulu visitor last week.
Fred W. Carter of Walmea, is in Ho
nolulu as a witness iu the Parker ranch
controversy. It is expected several Hilo
parties will be summoned as witnesses
before the case ends.
Miss. Genevieve B. Venable returned
to her home iu Farmvillc, Virginia, 011
the last Kinau. She leaves Honolulu 011
the "Mongolia" next Tuesday aud will
take the Canadian Pacific Railway to the
F.ast. During her eighteen months stay
iu Hawaii she has proved a great social
Absolutely Pure
The Standing of Hip Tennis Lust
Yen I.
The sending of a team from Hawaii is
arousing considerable patriotism among
the militia admirers throughout the
Territory. Some of Hllo's Individual
scores rank considerably higher than the
prize team work at the meeting at Seagirt
last year. W. J. Todd will represent the
Hilo Company of the National Guard,
and his very good score if maintained in
connection with the good scores in Hono
lulu Companies, ought to bring Hawaii
up among the first six this coming year.
The average per man of the teams shoot
ing at Seagirt last year is as follows:
1. New York N. G.'. 36.16
2. U. S. Navy 35.783
3. U. S. Army Infantry. . 35-75
4. U. S. Army Cavalry 34.566
5. U. S. Marine Corps 33 983
6. I). of C. National Guard 33.291
7. Pcuu. National Guard 33.19
8. Rhode Island National GuartL.33.143
9. Mass. National Guard 33.15
10. New Jersey National Guard... 31.735
11. Washington National Guard. ..31. 05
12. Maryland National Guard 30.99
13. Georgia National Guard 30.26
14. Connecticut National Guard. ..30.13
15. Iowa National Guard 39.45
16. Florida National Guard 27.965
17. Michigan National Guard 26.32
it). Kansas National Guard 22 44
19. Alabama National Guard 18.15
The prizes offered last year were a little
better than this year. The 1st prize was
$500 cash and the National Trophy; the
3iul prize was 300 cash aud the Hilton
Trophy; the 3rd prize was $ 200 cash and
the "Soldier of Marathon;" the 4II1
prize was $150 cash; the sth prize was
$100 cash; aud the 6th prize was 50
cash, in addition to which each member
of the winning teams was given a medal.
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Dcntli of Win. 0. Cook.
William Carleton Cook after nn illness
of about three weeks died at the Hilo
Hospital on Thursday, July 27th, 1905.
He was born in Arbroaph, Forsarshirc,
Scotland, iu 1864, his mother being
Scotch aud his father English. Shortly
after his birth his parents moved to Old
ham, Laucaushire, England, where he
received his early education. When
about eighteen years of age he left Eng
land and has roamed considerably over
the world, having been U South Africa,
India aud Australia. His trade was cot
ton making, and he was employed iu the
pursuit of his trade while in Calcutta.
Later on uud for several years he occu
pied the very important position of
boundary ranger for a large sheep ranch
in Australia.
In 1898 after having been in San Frau
cisco for about eight years he went to
Mexico, aud being dissatisfied with the
conditions there came to Hawaii. Mr.
Cook was time keeper and assistant book
keeper at Papalkou for about sir years
and prior to tlut he was employed by
1'apaaloa Sugar Company. On the retire
ment of Mr. Haworth, Mr. Cook took
charge of the editorial department of the
II11.0 Tkiiiunu, but owing to his poor
health was forced to retire on the 1st of
June, 1904. Since that time he has been
In very poor health, and unable to do
much work. He was employed by the
Public Works Department as inspector
ou contract work, mid at the time of his
death was care-taker for the Hilo Hos
pital. He-was an active member iu Hilo
social circles aud his histrionic ability
made his assistance an essential to the
success of any dramatic performance
given in Hilo. He was also an active
politician, and lie proved as strong a
factor during certain stages of our local
political campaigns as he did when rep
resenting the Railway Employees Repub
lican Club in the campaigns iu San
Mr. Cook left two children surviving
him, named Clarice Cook aud James
Carleton Cook, who are residing with his
sister, Mrs. Lucy Rhodes iu Lancashire,
His funeral took place under the
auspices of the Hilo Lodge of Elks, of
which lie was a member. Rev. Mr.
Shields delivered n beautiful address over
his remains at the First Foreign Church.
He now lies iu the Elk's lot, Honielanl
Cemetery, Hilo.
Illlo High School.
The Board of Public Instruction has
not as yet determined upou an exchange
of a lot for the Masonic Lot, which is
desired for 0 High School site. The
committee has decided to go ahead with
securing a site and use every endeavor to
promote the speedy construction of the
school. Superintendent Holloway will
be asked to suggest government land
that may equitably be exchanged for the
Masonic plot where Hilo seems to want
its school building placed.
Acting Governor Atkinson is opposed to
laud transfers between the Government
and private rut ties. He has directed a
rigid examination into the relative val
ues, size, location mid expediency of the
proposed exchange of the library lot for
the Masonic Hall Association premises
for school purposes.
Xothliitr Tlint Will Take Its l'lncc.
We have used Clniuberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy in our
family for years for all bowel troubles,
and it always nives the best of satisfac
tion. We never could find anything to
take its place. I). S. Booth, editor and
proprietor of the if10, Altee, Texas, U.
S. A. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
J. H.Moragne, now iu Honolulu, has
accepted a permanent position iu the
T' rntorial Survey Department with head
quarters at Hilo,
4'..' Ai, -,w.y8Miijiil(S.fai(lA,AA., ,.Wt.t' 'jSi rJ--- Wrfi'-foMliVf
Hoard of IMticntloii ArnIkiii Instruc
tors. The following change iu the leaching
force were made at the last meeting of
the Board of Education:
Mr. F. A. .Richuipnd (Stanford Uui.),
Principal Hilo High School.
Miss C. S.louc (Unl. Dip.), Hilo-Uuioti.
Miss M. Loomis (Unl. Neb.), Hjlo Un
ion. Miss M. Moby, Hilo Union.
Miss E. Akamu (Nor. Ctf.), Papalkou,
vice Miss Kalcl Ewaliko, transferred.
Miss Kale! Ewaliko (1st Grade Ctf.).
Hilo Union.
Miss M.Forbes (Nor. Ctf.), Waiakea
kai, vice Miss E. Ewaliko, leave of ab
sence. Miss Llllnoi Hapaf (1st Class Ctf.),
Hilo Union, transferred.
Mrs. A. Kai (Nor. Ctf.), Haaheo, vice
Mls Amy P. Hill, resigned.
Miss A. Macotuber, Kaumtuoa, vice
Win. Mclueckie, resigned.
Miss Denzer, Hulualoa, resigned, (no
Miss A. P. Chung (Nor. Ctf.), Olaa 12
Miles, vice Miss Bohiieuberg, transferr
ed. Mrs. E. W. Ward, Kapaau, vice Miss
McDonald, transferred.
Mr. R. Kihoi (Nor. Cft.), Wuipio, vice
T. Naleilchua, resigned, (no certificate).
Miss J. Jones (Nor. Ctf.), Waiohlnu,
additional teacher.
Miss R. Bohuenberg, Waiukea-Jcal,
vice Miss Llllnoi Hapai, transferred.
Mrs. C. E. King (New York Life),
vice Mrs. Wakefield, transferred.
Miss Kawewehi, Keauhou, vic Miss
Taylor, resigned.
Mr. II. F. Sturtcvant (San Jose Nor.),
Honokaa, vice II. Irwin, resigned.
Miss II. Kay (No Ctf.), Halawa, addi
tional teacher.
Mr. Geo. Apcla (Kamclinmeha Ctf.),
Ilonauiiau, Vice Mrs. Yeats, deceased.
Mr. W.J. Hall, resigned, (no certifi
cate). Mrs. M. L. Wakefield (Ohio Ctf.), Mt.
View, Principal, vice Miss Nailima.
Miss Nailima (Nor. Ctf.) Mt. View, ns
sistaut. Miss Trinidad Marces (Nor. Ctf.). Ho
uokohau, principal, vice Mrs, U. Skorm,
Miss Katie Clark (no certificate), Ho
nokohau, vice Miss Marcos, promoted.
Miss Jessie Saffercy (Nor. Ctf"), Kaau
huhu, vice D. Lonohiwa, transferred.
Mr. D. Lonohiwa (Nor. Ctf.), Paauilo,
vice Miss O. Horner., transferred.
Miss Wilhelmlna Schmidt (Nor. Ctf.),
Royal School, Honolulu, vice Mrs. Kate
Phlllipps, leave of absence.
Miss O. Homer (2d Grade Ctf.), Kali
hiwaeno, Honolulu, vice Mrs. Taggard,
leave of absence.
Knees ou Flag Raising Day.
The Hawaii Jockey Club has arranged
the following program for Saturday
afternoon, at 2:00 p. m., August 12, 1905:
i Mile dash between Phillip and
S. Yusef.
1 Mile trot, best two in three heats be
tween Admiral Dewey and Ned Mc
Gownn. 1 Mile Luna's Race.
)( Mile Japanese Race.
.Baseball between Hilo and P.ipaaloa
Polo Game.
First Forelirn Church.
Sabbath, August 6, 1905, 11 a.m.
"Let your speech be alway with grace,
seasoned with salt.," Col. 4:6.
Dissolution Notice?
All persons are hereby notified that the
Hamakua Soda Works Company, Ltd.,
has this day closed its business aud dis
solved. All bills against the said com
pany must be presented to the under
signed within thirty days from the date
Honokaa, Hawaii, July 28, 1905. 404
Flower and Vegetable
The Cox Seed Company of San Fran
cisco liave appointed the undersigned as
their local agent. Orders for seeds,
bulbs and plants solicited. Catalogues
and prices furnished on request.
Choice Plants
Fancy Birds
fj '
P. O. BOX 34G.
New Neckwear
By Enterprise
Narrow Four-in-Hands
Medium Width Four-in-Hands
Band Bows
Shield Bows
White Bows for Full Dress
All the above in new designs and
Do you realize the satisfac
tion, economy and tlio advan
tages there arc in using Under
wood Typewriters and Olobe
Wcrnicke Book Cases and Files?
Your advice that you are inter
ested in these lines will bring
you our catalogs and full infor
mation. Pearson & Potter Co.
P. 0. Hox 7SI Phono Main J51?
Honolulu, T. 11.
Tor Konl.
House on Sqhool
copied by I'. Soum,
Street, recently oc-
Apply to
Honokaa Term.
Jurors, witnesses and attorneys desir.
ing accommodations for the Honoknn
Term of Court can secure rooms from
John Rlckunl nml Mrs. Oeo Hnll, niul
rooms nnd board from Jos. l'ritehard.
Those desiring accommodations should
make arrangements a Week or two ahead
of August l6th, the date Court convenes.
Honokaa, Hawaii.
"Monarch Shirts."
Our new lijie for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
! assortment and the choicest designs ever
'offered In Hilo.
Vol est 11 0 Roi
75 Acres, Unim
proved; Lot No.
3 1 8, near 22-
T 1 . T fc T
i-ioau L,ot INO. 10 1.
Russian Settlement.
Hifjps' Place
7 A
c res. Ini-
proved; House,
out 1 c s, uincc
I Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
For Sale.
150 acres of good laud ut Onouli,
Kona, Hawaii. Address
Hilo, Hawaii.
For Sale.
The undersigned will offer for sale on
Saturday, the 12th day of August, 1905,
at u in, at the Court House in Hilo,
Island aud Territory of Hawaii, to the
highest bidder, the mnuka half of that
certain lot located near the Volcano
Road at Kuku.tu 2nd, contained iu L.
C. A. 3206, Royal Patent 2478, and set
oer to the undersigned by Partition
Deed, recorded iu Liber 272, on pages,
27 to 30.
I will also offer for sale that certain
building located ut l'ohoi, Puna, formerly
occupied by the 1'ohoa Sa'oon, aud be.
longing to the ICstate of A. K. Nawnhi,
lerius, cash. Deed at expense of
Administrator of the Hstate of A.,K,
Nawahi, deceased.
Hilo, Hawaii, July 18, 1905. 39.3
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