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THE WUtiKtY HItO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JAtitiARY 4, igofi.
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Mrs. Adam Lindsay and children spent
the week at Olaa.
The Misses Guard spent the week at
Pepeckeo, the gucsls of the Dillons.
Mr. C. C. Kennedy conducted a party
through his cane fields Wednesday.
Levi C. Lyman, principal of the Hllo
Boarding School, Is recovering from his
Company D have announced n dance
to be given on the evening of Washing
The Misses Potter spent the Christmas
holidaysatFemdalcas the guest of Mr.
A. C. Palfrey of Pupnaloa and Albert
Horner of Kukulhaele came to Hllo last
Thursday on business.
Attention Is called to the tax assessors
notice in another column. Several Im
portant changes will be noticed.
The work of laying the new sewer on
Front street Is progressing rapidly. Mean
while t'i(estrcct is somewhat blocked.
Mrs. James Gibb of Paahau, is visiting
a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Severance
during the absence ofMr.GlbbatPahala.
The success of the 151k prcformance on
New Year's night, has aroused Interest in
n plan to give a play for the benefit of
the Hllo library.
The family of Judge P. S. Lyman,
including Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lyman,
Lave returned from the Lyman mountain
residence near the Volcano.
The ig-months old daughter of John
Castro, at Paauhui plantation, was
drowned Satutday afternoon by falling
Into a pool of water while playing.
B. H. Moses announces u big reduction
in the price of Victor records. 7 inch
from socts. down to 35cts. 10 Inch from
$1 to $.60 and 13 inch from $1.50 to f 1.
We are asked to announce the engage
ment of Eleanor Vcre, daughter of C. B.
Greenfield, Esq., M. D., of Houokaa, Ha
wail, to John J. Grace, P. R. C. S., Hllo.
Captain G. II. Pierce arrived by the
the last Enterprise from San Fran
cisco. He will have charge of the
Hllo agency of the Matson Navigation
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Mrs. A. S. Olney and Mrs. P. G. Jaco
bus, the mother and sister of Mrs. R. T.
Moses, who have been visiting Hllo for
the past two months, leave by the S. S.
Enterprise on Friday.
Owing to the. lack of a quorum, there
was no meeting of tup Board of Trade last
Friday night. The regular annual elec
tion of officers will lie held on next Fri
day evening at Fireman's IIoll,
High SberUTWm. Henry, accompanied
by Deputy Geo. Sea, of Honolulu, were
in the city over the last trip of the Kiuau
to investigate the charges of the grand
jury against Jailor Maby and three of his
Lost Between Moohcau Park and
Walakea Mill by way of Mud Lane, on
Thursday, December ai, between 4:00
and 4:30 p. 111., a black silk cape trimmed
with lace and jet, Reward If returned
to Volcano Stables.
Charles K. Stillman, formerly the
deputy sheriff of North Kohala, has been
appointed by Superintendent W. II. Bab
bitt to take the place as stenographer and
book clerk at the office of the .Board of
Education in Honolulu.
The tug boat of the Walakea Mill Co.
that has been on the ways at Reed's bay
for overhauling and alteration was
launched Thursday. Its coal burner
engine has been removed to give space to
a gasoline engiue, which requires much
leu space for Itself and fuel and is much
handler to operate.
The Fanullo Mill, Hamakua, began
grinding about two weeks ago. The
Taauhau mill has been grinding about a
wontb. The Houokaa mills are putting
in some extensive improvements aud
will start up later. The season has been
a very favorable one for the growth of
cane In this district.
Bruce Kennedy, who went to New
burgh, N. Y., to attend school, and who
was compelled to leave there on account
of HI health, is much better and expects
to return to tht Pacific coast In a few
weeks accompanied by his mother. The
date of Mrs. Kennedy's return has not
, been decided upon.
Adjt. and Mrs. Ba tn berry, the new
Divisional officers of the Salvation Army
will arrive here by tomorrow's Kinau,
and will lead a series of meetings in and
around Hilo. They will be given a wel
come meeting at the Salvation Army ball
on Saturday evening, and on Suuday
evening at 7:30 o'clock they will lead the
monthly union meeting at the Haiti
Church. The Adjt. is not a stranger in
Hilo, having been in charge of the Army
work here some years ago. All are
cordially Invited to attend these meetings.
Change in Firm.
A report was current around town
yesterday that Frank E. Nichols, presi
dent of Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., sold out
hia Interest iu the firm on January I und
would leave Honolulu today to go into
business elsewhere. Thos. E. wall con
firmed the rumor over the 'phone last
night and stated that the matter would
be made public today. No further in
formation was obtainable lust night.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The foundation for the new jail is well
Victor Records, 35 and 60 cents. Wall,
R. T. Guard, who has been ill and con
fined to his house for several weeks Is
Mr. and Mrs. Chalmers gave a birthday
party for their son William at their home
at Walakea recently.
Captain of Police Joe de Coix aud at
torney M. F. Furtado of Hamakua, were
in the city Saturday.
II. Vicars will go to San Francisco on
the S. S. Enterprise to look Into the ba
nana business for the Henry Waterhouse
Levi C. Lyman, who was taken ill at
the Lyman mountain house Is gradually
improving at his home at the Hilo Board
Mrs. Leonhart, wife of W. Leonhart
bookkeeper of the Hamakua Mill Co.,
died at her late residence at Paaullo early
Miss Ben Taylor and Miss Jennie
Jones, after spending the holidays in
Hilo, returned Saturday morning to their
homes at Waiohtnii.
Mooheau Park is being ornamented
with a wire fence, which was found
necessary to keep the animals from stray
ing into the enclosure.
Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of Eastern
Star, and Hilo Lodge No. 7, Knights of
Pythias, installed officers In their respec
tive lodges on Saturday night.
Mrs. E. G. Hitchcock, Miss Harriet
Hitchcock and Misa Franc Eaton, have
returned to their home on School .street,
after spending the Christmas holidays at
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
A. B. Loebenstcin expects to leave
Friday to join the business men's delega
tion, which leaves for Washington on
January 19, In the interest of securing
73 per cent of thp Federal revenues de
rived from the Territory.
NOTICE TO BANANA
Will Sail for San Francisco
BANANA TRAIN GOES OUT
CAPT. C. H. PIERCE
Agent Matson Navigation Company
Clyde Davles of Davies & Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu, will be in Hilo this week on
his regular tour of inspection of the
business interests of the house. He will
be the guest of C. C. Kennedy.
The members of the Hilo Burns Club
arc pushing forward arrangements for
celebrating the anniversary of "Bobble
Burns' " birthday, by giving a concert
and dance on the 37th inst. A well
gotten up program has been arranged
which will be published later.
The Hilo band discoursed sweet music
from the hotel grounds band stand Thurs
day evening. The program was varied
to suit all tastes, from overtures to the
medley of all the national airs. These
concerts are much enjoyed by the people
and serve to cultivate a public musical
taste as well as furnish entertainment in
which all can share.-
The engagement of Judge Lindsay and
Miss Fanny Young of Detroit, Michigan,
is announced. The marriage will take
Elacc in the early spring. The Judge and
is fiancee met when he was a student at
Ann Arbor. He is one of the most popu
lar members of the Hawaiian bench and
his wide circle of friends will join in con
gratulations. Honolulu Star.
A MATTE OF HEALTH
MEMORY OF JUMJE LITTLE.
Court Adjourns Ont of Kcspcct to
When the Fourth Circuit Court recon
vened yesterday morning, all the prison,
era under indictment were arraigned and
pleas taken. Two of the defendants,
Hlrakl Masachl, charged with burglariz
ing the Palm restaurant, and Pepe Hosa
rlo, charged with assault and battery,
entered pleas of guilty and threw them
selves upou the mercy of the court. They
will be sentenced next Thursday morn
ing, to which time court adjourned.
Owing to insufficient funds available
for the trial of cases, Judge Parsons finds
it necessary to continue all jury cases
until the February tern There is only
about $1800 of the appropriation remain
ing, which will scarcely carry the court
through to July 1st, when the next appro
priation will become available. There are
two terms intervening, one in February
aud one in May, and as it is estimated
that a term of court costs on an average
of $1000, the strictest economy must be
practiced to carry the court through the
fiscal year. All cases requiring jury trial
have therefore gone over.
.list before adjournment yesterday
morning, Mr. J. C. Ridgway, on behalf
of the bar, made formal announcement of
the death of the late Judge Gilbert F,
Little at Panama. After making a few re
marks, he presented resolutions, which
were ordered spread upon the record of
the conrt. Other remarks were made
and as a further maik of respect the
court adjourned uutll next Thursday at
The resolutions are as follows:
WiiRRKAS, It has pleased Almighty
God, in His infinite wisdom to take from
his earthly abode at Panama, on Decem
ber 4, 1905, the Honorable Gilbert Francis
Little, a former judge of this Fourth
Resoi.VHD, That the members of the
Hilo bar have heard with deep regret the
announcement of Judge Little's death,
and hereby record our appreciation of
his services on the bench and his ability
as a lawyer and patriotic citizen; we
hereby express to the family of the de
ceased our sincere sympathy, and
RKSOLVRD, further, That thesb resolu
tions be spread upon the records of this
court and that a copy of the same under
seal of the court be forwarded to the
family of the deceased.
Sugar Mills Starting.
Hakalau mill started three weeks ago
and has made a fine record, not having
bad to stop for anything.
Unoinea Sugar co.'s mill started up
January 4 and is running very satisfactor
ily. They expect the banner crop this
year. Juice is still low in density. The
new wire rope chute is Hearing comple
tion for the shipping of sugar and will
handle 75 tons an hour.
Olaa Sugar Co. started their mill Janu
ary 4 and is grinding, doing good 'work.
Hilo Sugar Co. started grinding Mon
day morning. They look for a large
crop this year. Juice is still low in den
sity. Honomu Sugar Co. began grinding on
January 8 and expects a fine crop of sugar
for xqo6. The mills are in fine working
order this year having been put in fine
shape by Eng. O. Keech.
Walakea Mill Co, will cut cane and fill
cars on Wednesday the 10th, ready to
start the mills on Thursday morning.
They expect a large crop for 1906. A
number of improvements have been In
stalled in the boiling house during the
off season which arc looked upon as
favorable to good results.
Hawaii Mill Co. is to start up on the
15th and expect a good run. Juice is
still low with them but they hope by the
15th it will be much better for grinding
and making sugar.
Pepeheo Sugar Co. will be starting
about the middle of the month.
The regular official quarterly state
ment of the coudition of the treasury of
the county of Hawaii is filed with Clerk
Pua, as follows:
Amount in the treasuiy, 18,546.30,
Amount in different funds, as follows:
General Fund $8,083.03. Road Fund
Hamakua, 3,843.65; North Hilo, 341.33;
South Hilo, 1 ,795-53 ' Puna, 1,673.61;
North Kohala, 1,396.04; South Kohala,
399.70; North Kona, 754.45; South Kona,
331.67; ICnu, 939 31. Total road fuud,
10,463.18. Of the general fuud, to,
084.17 is the balance on deposit in bank,
and 3,001,15 is checks outstanding. Of
the road fund, 13,335.85 Is bank balance
and 1,863.67 is checks outstanding.
first Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Jan. 14, 1906, 11 a.m. "I
will open you the windows of heaven."
Mai. 3:10. Reception of members. Sac
rament of the Lord' Supper.
7:30 p. m. Union meeting in the Haiti
church to be addressed by the Salvation
Army divisional officers.
The Week of Prayer will be observed
with appropriate services each night this
week. The service Friday night will be
especially prefatory to the approaching
Furnished Rooms for Kent.
Large, nicely furnished rooms opening
on two verandas for rent very reasonable.
Now Years nt Honolulu.
Honakaa celebrated New Years with a
big dance Saturday night, and races and
athletic games ou Monday. The cele
bration was given by the Houokaa Club
and was a grand success in every way.
Over forty couples attended the dance, a
number being present from other places
ou the Island. The people of that local
ity had subscribed liberally toward the
success of the races, which were the. best
ever witnessed in that part of the County.
Married at High Noon.
Edward Harold Moses and Claire
Fassett Hitchcock were quietly married
yesterday nt high uoon at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Cbavc on School
street. The wedding ceremony was pert
formed by Rev. C. E. Shields and only
the immediate members of the families of
the 'contracting parties were present.
After their return from a brlrf wedding
tour. Mr, and Mrs. Moses will occupy
the cottage in Puueo opposite the home
of Adam Lindsay.
Pass-book No. 5769. Finder please re
turn to Bishop & Co's Savings Bank.
Dr. A. B
Clark will be in Hilo in Feb
will open an office ior two
Luna, man of experience. Right pay
to right man. Foward application to
Ambitious" Tridunb Ofpicr. 9-3
The Hilo Market Co., Ltd., have this
day disposed of their interests in the
Planters' Meat Market at Keaau to the
Hop Ylck Co. All bills are payable to
the Hllo Market Co., Ltd., or to their
representative, J. R. Gomes.
Jan. 1, 1906. 10-4
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd., will
be held at the office of the company, Hilo,
Hawaii, Saturday, January 37, 1906, at
3:00 o'clock, p. m. An amendment to
article 9 of the by-laws will come up for
action. Election of officers.
Wm. T. Bamjing, Secy.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the First Bank of Hilo, Ltd., will be
held at the Bank, Peacock Block, Hilo,
on Saturday, the 13th day of January,
1906, at 3 p. m.
F. S. LYMAN,
Hilo, December 36, 1905. 10-3
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We sell the genuine
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better brush is made. For
the hands, body, nails or
hair we have them.-
If you do not know what
"Adams" ou a brush
means, permit us to sug
gest that you Ijuy one
brush for a trial the
learning is worth the price.
Mo Drug Co.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; ft) To Colonies; (i) To
Victoria; B. C; (J) To Yokohama. U'
S. S. Klnau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. m.
S. S. Mauna Loa'small closes In Hllo on Saturdays and Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 3:15 p. in., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Imported direct from
Now on Sale
A splendid opportunity
IMA! Front, Street,
Opposite Salvation Army Hall
Moquette Rugs at $1.50, $2.75 and $4.50.
Brussels Rugs at 85c.
Matting Rugs, all sizes aud prices.
Brussels Carpets, 9x12 feet.
R. & G. Corsets.
Overalls for Men, Boy's aud Children.
Men's Working Shirts and Fine Suspenders
, Night Shirts.
Printed Lawns at 10c and 20c.
Lace Curtains. '
Children's Vests and Nazareth Waists.
Ladies' Silk Belts.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
And many other goods, all at the very lowest
E. N. HOLMES
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
London Lancashire Flro Ins. Co.
National Flro Insurance Co.
Niagara Flro Insurance Co.
Gorman-American Fire Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Flro Insurance Co.
United States Fidelity Cuaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
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