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.he Postoffice at Hilo, Ha-
JIIKD EVERY TUItSDAV.
i.ocK Marsh - Editor
IRSU Business Manager.
utting down of the number
.t lights by the Board of Su
pervisors appears to have been done
on grounds of economy. The lights
were not in superabundance, and it
is probable that economy could
have been more wisely applied
along some other lines.
The Elks' lodge is deserving of
much praise for the excellence of
its performance of New Years even
ing. The preparation of the play,
as well as the other features of the
evening, must have required no
little work and time in preparation,
and the thanks of the people of
Hilo are due them for their good
We have the news that the gov
ernment is about to take the first
step towards the improvement of
Hilo harbor, with prospects favor
able for a continuance of the work
and the construction of the break
water. This is good. Hilo will
be glad to receive the attention due
her from the government.
Hilo unanimously backed Ioe
benstein as its representative with
the Washington delegation. Note
the fact and the day when Hilo be
came unanimous. It will be his
torical. Honolulu Bulletin.
Very true. Ioebenstcin is a
man whose ability all have faith
in, and through him we expect to
continue our history making.
According to the Honolulu
press, Governor Carter is holding
back on contracts to be made under
the loan bill, on account of the
doubt now existing as to the possi
bility of selling the $750,000 3J4
per cent bonds of the Territory
within the limit of the law.
Tub Territorial Board of Immi
gration is doing some rustling
along the line of relieving the labor
famine in the islands. A. h. C.
Atkinson cables from Washington
to the Territorial Board of Immi
gration that he accepts the mission
to the Azores in search of 5,000
Portuguese agricultural families to
come to Hawaii, and that he will
go at once.
February first is the date set for
the hearing of the Hawaiian meas
ure before Congress apcording to a
letter from Delegate J. Kalanianaole
to the Honolulu Evening Bulletin.
He says in his communication:
"The actiou of the President in re
commending that a portion of the
Hawaiian revenues be set aside for
local expenditures was a matter of
much gratification to me, both be
cause it is what Hawaii should
have, and also because it is along
the exact line of conversations of
both my secretary and myself with
Congressmen during the work of
last winter. In April last, I ad
dressed letters to both the Chamber
of Commerce and the Merchants'
Association, recommending this
specific thing, and stating my in
tention of introducing a bill to that
effect in the present Congress.
I am very glad that Governor
Carter's recommendation of this
measure led the President to bring
the matter before Congress; for that,
while by no means decisive, is al
ways of assistance in pressing a
measure which is without a com
Klnau Arrivals, Jan. Ord 1000.
G. Shimato and wife, Miss Dolhemus,
G. C. Campbell, J. Kahahi, Rev. J. Mizu-
kani, O. W. Walker, Father Ulrich,
Father Seggacines, T.H. Foster, Mrs. A.
T. Anderson, A. W. Farkyns, Sheriff
Henry, Geo. Sea, O. O.'Jennings and
wife, M. Eagan, Oweu Baddeley, W. C.
Sunday- evening at 7 o'clock at the
Portuguese Protestant Church, Miss Mary
Machado was married to Hannibal S.
Canarlo, formerly a member of the
mounted patrol of the police department.
Rev. E. J. da Silva officiated. The newly
wedded cuuplc will make their home on
rlttBftU street awr PonoUawai,
Moro Specific Charges Introduced
The "more specific" charges asked fur
by Carl S. Smith, attorney for Deputy
Sheriff W. J. Rickard, and contained In
a resolution adopted at the last session of
the Board are as follows:
1. That, to-wlt: on or about the 13th
day of October, A. D. 1905, said Win. J.
Rickard, deputy sheriff aforesaid, had a
warrant of arrest to serve upon a party,
whose txuc name is unknown to the com
plainants, but known to one M. J. de
Colto, but said Wui. J. Rickard, being
too much under the Influence of liquor,
found himself In the telephone office at
Uonokaa, District of Hamakua aforesaid,
unable, as required of him by law, to
serve the warrant aforesaid.
2. That, to-wlt: on or about the aud
day of September, A. D. 1905, a certain
case entitled "Territory of Hawaii vs. F.
Hacni," for assault with intent to commit
robbery, was to be tried before the
Magistrate of the District Court of Hama
kua aforesaid, but said Wm. J. Rickard,
being under the influence of liquor, did
not appear at the opening of the court,
and after a long delay, and after being
summoned by a certain police officer
named Kauakahi, by order of the said
court, to appear before said court to con
duct the prosecution of said case, said
Wm. J. Rickard was unable to represent
the prosecution as required of him by
law to do, because he, the said Wm. J.
Rickard wa9s too drunk and too much
under the influence of liquor.
3. That, to-wlt: on or about and some
time during the month of October, A. D.
1905, said Wm. J. Rickard, though told
by the party assaulted, whose true name
is unknown to the complainants, for the
commission of a crime by a person whose
true name is unknown to the complain
ants at said Hamakua District, but
known to District Magistrate Henry Hall
and to some others of said District of
Hamakua, yet, and because of the un
warranted and willful delay by the said
Wm. J. Rickard in serving the said war
rant of arrest which had been already
signed by the Dsstrict Magistrate afore
said, and in utter violation of the dutie
of his said office, the assailant and the
violater of the law escaped.
4. That, to-wlt: in the month of
August, A. D. 1905, a certain assault and
battery case was committed on the person
of one Nobrlga (w) by one Joaquin No
briga, yet, when said Nobrlga (w) com
plained to said Win. J. Rickard, asking,
him, said Wm. J. Rickard, for a warrant
to arrest the said Joaquin Nobrlga for
committing the assault and battery upon
her, said Wm. J. Rickard failed and
utterly neglected and refused to make
the arrest as required of him by law.
5. That, to-wit: sometime during the
month of November, A. D. 1905, at
Faaullo, District of Hamakua aforesaid,
said Wm. J. Rickard, instead of trying to
arrest the illicit liquor sellers and attend
ing to his official duties, he, said Wm. J.
Rickard, willfully spent the time in
drinking and card playing.
6. That, to-wit: on or about the and
day of November, A. D. 1905, at Paauilo,
District of Hamakua aforesaid, though
present at a game of cards, where money
was lost and won, wherein one Prank de
Souza, Lahapa (w) and one Mrs. Ah Ling
were playing, yet, the said Wm. J.
Rickard, in violation of the duties of his
office, made no arrest for gambling as
required of him by law to do.
That though often told by one Kaua
kahi and many others to arrest illicit
liquor sellers and though often asked to
lend aud give aid in arresting illicit
liquor sellers, yet, said Wm. J. Rickard
willfully neglected and refused to arrest
and give aid as by law required of him
7. That, since his election to said
oaice, said Wm. J. Kickard lias never as
was the custom and as one of the duties
of said office, accompanied or lead the
police on any of the raids, but, instead,
remained in the house or in some public
8. That, the said Win. J. Rickard,
deputy sheriff aforesaid, failed and re
fused aud willfully neglected and refused
to arrest oue Asauo, of Kukulhaele, Dis
trict of Hamakua aforesaid, for assault
and battery with a dangerous weapon,
sometime during the month of October,
A. D. 1905, upon the complaint of oue
Kainulama, father of the boy assaulted,
but instead, said deputy sheriff, against
the law and in utter neglect and violation
of his official duties, advised aud told
said Kainulama to accept if to, and refus
ed to Issue a warrant for the arrest of said
Disturbance at Kona.
A small riot Is reported from nolualoa,
Kona district, originating over a dispute
as to the title to the land on which the
school house is located. Twenty ot thirty
people took possession of the school house
Saturday and School Agent Scott at
tempted to oust them, without success,
He swore out a warrant charging some of
them with assault and the deputy sheriff
and police officers attempted to make the
arrest, but found themselves unable to do
so as the belligarents appeared to be
armed and meaning business. The County
Attorney was notified aud he in tutn noti
fied the Sheriff who left for the scene of
war. Until his arrival the officers rested
on their arms and the. situation remained
in statu quo.
Subscribe for the Tkidunu. Subscript
tionjj'jo per year,
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UOX OF MONKEl'8.
A Dramatic Success Ulron
Many" of those who attended the enter
tainment given by the local Order of
Blks at Sprcckels' Hall Monday evening
were misled by the tile, iuto bclievfng
they would see a howling farce. "A Box
oi Monkeys," a comedy in two acts, was
a performance of a very high order.
The characters were well sustained and
those who took part received hearty ap
plause at the hands of a large and appre
ciative audience. The hall was tastefully
decorated for the occasion, and the stage I
setting also was attractive.
Miss Grace Rutherford as "Sierra
Beugaline," a typical American girl, was
breezy and charming, winning the
audience by the naturalness of her act
ing. "Lady Guinevere Land poor," an
English girl, portrayed by Mrs. II. L.
Shaw, showed much thought and pre
paratlon in manner and action. Mrs. E.
N. Holmes filled the role 'of "Mrs.
Ocdegojhoncs," a la 'v who had social
aspirations, with dignity and effect.
Norman G. Campion as the young Ameri
can. "Edward Ralston," hunting his
fortune in the Sierra gold mine, was
easy in manner and succeeded in estab
lishing himself as an actor of uo small
merit. D. E. Metzgcr as "Chauney
Oglethorpe," the bashful young man
seeking his fiance, interpreted the part
with a finish peculiarly his own. Much
credit is due Mrs. A. G. Curtis for her
masterly handling of the play and its
proper presentation to a Hilo audience
by local talent. Every one fortunate
enough to see the performance was
highly pleased. Following the play, the
ball was cleared for dancing, which was
enjoyed until a late hour. At 11 o'clock
the lights were turned low and the toast
"To our absent Brothers" sung with good
effect by Mr. O. E. English, accompanied
on the piano by Mrs. J. T. Lewis.
TEURY IN NEW UEDFOKU.
Mr. and Mrs. Terry Visit Their
Wlllard S. Terry, of Hilo, Hawaii, who
is at the Parker House in this city for
the rest of the week, is now revisiting his
birthplace, from which he has been ab.
sent since June of 1865. He is the son of
Isaac F. Terry, who once lived and kept
a grocery store at the corner of Smith
aud County streets and who was at one
time a partner of the late J. W. Braky.
Willard S. Terry went west when he was
a child, and 37 years ago moved to Hill,
where he owns a coffee mill. His fiftl Jb
birthday occurs next Saturdaj.V'v fe
hopes to spend ft Wreafter "wlijUyj!
will return to his home. Though tyr.
Terry has not been here since he was
nine years old, he finds some building 1
and streets which are familiar to him,
and occasionally a person whom he re
members. His home in Hilo is not faV
from the great volcano, and he hss a
summer home not far from its edge. He
has brought with him a series of very
interesting photographs of scenes con
nected with the volcano and the last
great eruption, Mrs. Terry is visiting
her relatives in Ohio and did not come to
New Bedford. New Bedford (Mass.)
Food Inspector's Report.'
The report of J. M. Herlug, food in
spector, filed for the month of December,
is as follows:
During the mouth there were 39,578
fish inspected in both markets, out of
which 370 were destroyed as unfit for
food. There were 153 fish allowed aud
taken out of cold storage. 67 nouuds of
opihis, in all 86 varieties. Six poi shops
were inspected, five of which were fouud
to be in sanitary condition, and one in
deplorable condition. The proprietor of
the latter shop was placed under arrest
and the poi condemned. A Japanese,
also, was arrested for selling fish unfit for
food. Both men were charged with
violating Health regulations and both
Subscribe for the Tribunb.
scription $2.50 a year.
Tax Notice for 190G.
Property tax returns for year 1906, and
Income tax returns for six months pre
ceding January 1, 1906, must be made
in the month of January, 1906.
Personal taxes (Poll, Road aud School)
will become delinquent after March 31.
Taxes on all dogs and vehicles (includ
ing bicycles and automobiles) will be de
linquent after May 15.
Property and Income taxes will become
delinquent: One-half after May 15 and
balance after November 15.
A peualty of 10 per cent and interest
at 10 per cent will be charged on all taxes
upon becoming delinquent.
Personal (Poll, Road and School). 5.00
Bicycle tax 1.10
Autoi'irhile tax 20.00
Brakes and Sulkies, each 3.00
All other Vehicles, each 5.00
Property .....I per cent on full value
Income ..3 percent on net income
All bicycles must have attached a tag
furnished by the Tax Assessor.
N. C. WIM.VONO,
at Assessor 3rd Taxation Division,
Hooked for N. 8. Enterprise.
The following passengers arc booked
to leave on the S. S. Enterprise, which
will sail Friday at r'boui Mrs. W. G.
Walker, Mrs. A. S. Olney, Mrs. P. G.
Jacobus, Mrs. R. A. Lucos, Mrs. E. W.
Barnard, R. T. Guard, II. Vicars and
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii,
AT CiiAMinms In 1'KOllATIt.
In the matter of the Estate of ALBERT
O. ZIMMERMANN, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under
signed has been appointed executrix
under the'' will of the Estate of Albert
O. Zimmerman, deceased.
All creditors of said deceased ore
hereby notified to present their claims,
secured or unsecured, duly verified and
with proper vouchers, if any, to the
uuderstgned at Mountain View, Hawaii,
T. II., within six months from and after
the date of this notice, otherwise such
claims, if any, will be forever barred.
Hilo, Dec. 26, 1905.
W. S. Wish
Attorney for Estate. 9-4
CO WHERE YOU WILL
YOU WILL FIND Tint
L. TURNER GO.
Have received large line of Ladies'
Skirts from $150 upward, and
also an assortment of Ready-to-Wear
Dresses at $1.75, $2.00,
$2.50, $3.50 and upward........
Fit and Style of these Gar
ments are ALL RIGHT
An unusual line of "A.
Prices cut to, a yard
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Limited
SAN FRANCISCO OFFICE: 218 CALIFORNIA ST.
Factory: South San Francisco.
OF ALL KINDS IN ANY QUANTITY
Sulpliato of Ammonia
Sulphate of Potash
At San Francisco Prices Plus the Freight and Charges.
Fertilizers of any required Analysis, with guarantee of same, furnished
at short order.
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS
H. rEiVOOJs Agent
Telephoue 3 , WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
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CRESCENT . CITY
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. bausiac-
Second Door Above Demosthenes' Cafe
Wharf Road, Second Door
From the Bridge.
', FINEST BRANDS
SCOTCH j AND JAMERICAN&WMSKIES
Draught and Bottled Beer
F. C." and "Red Seal"
Constantly on Hand in Hilo the
Standard Brands of
All freight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains 01 vessels.
3otf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
Lino between SAN FRANCISCO
Dark St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Bark Amy Turner, Capt. Warland
Sch. W. 11. Mnrston, Capt. Gove
For freight and passage apply to
WBLCII & CO., Agents, San Francisco
S. BREWER 4 CO., Ltd., Agents,
H- Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
Complete Stock of Finest Table
Wines, Beers, Whiskies, Gins,
Brandies and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Block, Shiptnan Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Beers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Bottled
lOc Por Glass "'
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
C. C. KUMNKDY rrcildeat.
JOHN T. MOIR-.iud Vlce-Prci.
C. A. 8TODIl... ....Chlcr.
I'. 9. LYMAN .Secretary.
John J. Grace,
If. T. Patten,
W. II. Shiptnan.
P. 8. Lyman,
Draw Bxcbanea on
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Bank of California San Francisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Bank New York
The National Bank of the Re- ) , .
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank- ) Hongkong
ing Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-) Shanghai,
Ing Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank- X?S.
ing Corporation J j.pLnf "
. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Kilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the No
tional Board of j?irt- Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always ou hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sawing Machine Motor SO
Power for operating them $1 a month
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Electrical Work and Contracts talceu tur
Install apparatus complete.
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