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Special sale of ribbons nt half price nt
K. N. Holmes'.
R. W. Filler, Supt. of the Kaliultil
Railroad on Maui, is visiting iu tlie city.
Attention Is called to changes in the
ad of the Economic Shoe Co.
Uev. M. O. Ssntos, in charge of the
l'ortugese Protcstaut MUsloil nt l'aia,
Maui, is in the city.
The advertisement of the Mutual Life
Insurance Co., C. E. Mellor, local ngent,
appears iu this issue.
The Hllo Music Club will meet Wcd
liesday afternoon at 3 p. ui. at the home
of Mrs. h. Sevcrence.
Company D's number of votes on the
automobile was increased by several
thousand during the wiek.
Changes in the advertisement of the L.
Turner Co. will be noticed.
The schooner Eva left for Ilonuapo
with a cargo of general merchandise from
Ililo, on Saturday morning.
Rev. O. II. Gulick nnd vv ife of Honolulu
are visiting nt the home of Mrs. Gulick's
sister, Mrs. L. Severance in 1'uuco.
A Japanese carpenter fell from the
frame work of the mill under construction
nt I'apaikou, Thursday, and was removed
to the Ililo Hospital Saturday.
The schooner Woodbury, plying be
tween the islands, arrived Thursday
morning with 1. cargo of Rencial
merchandise. She departed Saturday.
Tax Assessor Willfong will go to
Honolulu by Friday's Kinau to attend
the Hoard of Equalization meeting.
He expects to remain over one Kinau
trip.
G. V. Lockingtou will receive per ar
rival of steamer Arizonian, direct from
the Oregon Furniture Co., n nice line of
bedroom suites, buffets, etc., all new de
signs. Dr. Scudder left Ililo Monday on a trip
of inspection of the missions of the Hu
waiiau Hoard on the windward coast of
Hawaii nnd will tnkc the Kinau from Ka
waihac on Friday.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for jou. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The schooner Marston, Captain Gove,
expects to leave the last of the week.
She takes 300 tons of sugar from Ilouomu
nnd a like amount from Fepcekco nt
this port, and will complete her cargo nt
Honolulu.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter made n success
ful raid ou a dozen Japanese and native
gamblers Sunday morning by hiding ou
the dock nnd waiting. The parties ar
rested nil forfeited bail. Treviousnttcmpts
to round up the bunch had been unsuc
cessful. Some people fatten their bump of wis
dom on ten cent candies, thereby favor
lug the purses nnd chastising tl.cir stom
achs at the same time, killing two birds
with one dime. Buy your candies nt the
Hilo Candy Co. and you won't have any
stomach troubles.
The big freighter Texau arrived Fri
day morning from Kahului and Houo
lulu. She took ou about 1800 tous of
sugar and some awa root, completing
her cargo, and sailed for the Atlantic
Coast Saturday eveufng, her whistles
sounding a farewell which was answered
by the steamers iu harbor.
Rev. Haguchi, transferred from the isl
nud of Maui, was ordained is a minister
nt the Japanese church Sunday afternoon
by a committee from the Hawaiian as
sociation from this island. Dr. Scudder,
Dr. Baker and llev. O. II. Gulick were
a committee of examination. Mr. Ha
guchi and his wife arc both trained Citric
tain workers.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
W. II. Beers received by Wednesday's
tuail appointment to the Office of Second
District Magistrate for the district of
South Hilo. The commission is for the
period of two years. The office has been
vacant since the expiration of Thomas
C. Ridgway's term of office iu August
last. The appointment was untie Chief
Justice W. F. Frear.
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Subscribe for the TriiiONK. Subscrlp
tinujt;o per yrnr.
A meeting of the Hoard of Trade has
been called for Wednesday rveuiug of
this week.
A. S. I.ellaron Gucrncy ndvcrtlscs for
sale the household goods of C. II. W.
Hitchcock.
Evan Da Silvn, living on School street,
is making arrangements to leave Hilo
about May 1.
The bark Annie Johnson is due from
San Francisco; also the John Una from
Cape Town, South Africa.
Lockingtou 's furniture nd will be seen
on the Inst page of this Issue.
The steamer Maui arrived at 5:30
Saturday morning with machinery for
I'apaikou and n number of Jap laborers.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The Roderick Dim will leave the
latter part of the week for S in Francisco,
her last trip, as she is to be converted
into an oil carrier.
The month of March is the last iu
which to pay the personal taxes with
out penalty. After March 31, ten per
cent will be ndded.
Mail for Honolulu, going overland to
I'uunluu and from there by steamer
Manna I,oa, will close at the Hllo post
office at 3:15 p. m. Tuesday.
The steamer Clauditic rrivcd early
Sunday morning with the Alameda mail.
An extra innil was also received Monday
morning, landed at Hniimktm by the
Nocau.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of L. A. Andrews, relative to the
formation of n compiuy to engage in the
business of growing and canning pine
apples at Hilo.
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of Honoknii Sugar Company, Ltd.,
was held Wednesday morning Feb. a8,
at the office of F. A. Sclmcfcr and
Company, Honolulu.
Henry Bcckley, accompanied by his
mother nnd n trained nurse, is at the
Volcano House recuperating from a
fever with which he was attacked in
Honolulu several weeks ago.
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
The schooner W. II. Marston, arrived
ou the evening of last Monday week, 33
days from San Francisco. She brought
as passangers: Mrs. James nud two
children, Mrs. Juukins and Miss Hut
chins. N. C. Willfong was n witness on the
Brown-Spreckles case, furnishing testi
mony in reference to tax assessments.
All records were found from the year 1855
t the present. The case is being closely
contested and promises to continue for
another week.
Fine Candies and Confectionary, "that's
our business." To get one huudrul
cents' worth for a dollar, "that's yours."
Let's get together. By your caudles from
us and save money Hilo Candy Co.,
Waianuenuc Street.
An entertainment for the purpose of
raising funds to pay off Indebtedness on
Mooht.au pavilion, will be given iu the
latter part of April at the Armory under
the auspices of the Board of Trade. The
committee having the arrangements iu
charge are N. G. Campion, 11. E. Melzger,
J. Castle Ridgway, G. Affonso ond Rufus
A. Lyman, Jr.
iixs run Tin: ruHTuursr..
lli'liiU'tmeiitOnVrsTlicmSumn Trrms
nud Condition 11 s Molokuns.
A definite statement to the representa
tives of the Portuguese land associations
in Hilo, was made by sub-agent Geo. II.
Williams on Friday, on authority of the
Territorial Commissioner of Public
Lands.
The following is nu exact statement of
the proposition: The commissioner is
ready and willing to accord the same
privileges to the local settlement associa
tions as to other organizations from the
mainland composed of American citizens
who arc willing and ready to nccept and
fulfil the conditions proposed.
The lauds nre to be cut up into areas so
that each settler will have from 15 to 30
acres of cane laud, it being the policy
of the government to have actual, bona
fide residents upon the lauds of the terri
tory, who will live upon and cultivate
the full area; nnd that lauds shall not be
taken tip for speculation.
The settlers may chose the site for a
village nt nny point they may desire 011
the tract, and each laud holder may chose
n residence lot in such village, the amount
of land so token to be a part of the total
allowance.
The directors of the Hakalau PI mta
tlou Co. arc ready to mnke the sime agree
ment that Col. Spalding has made with
the Molokaus ou Kauai, which gives the
phit'ter a share of about five eighths of tile
proceeds of the crop.
This proposition applies to the tracts
on which applications have been made,
nil within the Hakalau plantation, as
follows: the Kalwiki tract of about i.oocT
acres, the Lcpoloa tract of about 300 acres,
the Opea tract of about 1,000 acres.
Under this proposition, according to a
close estimate, the cane will yield to the
cultivator of the laud $5.60 per ton of
cane, which at nu estimated production
of 35 tons per acre will amount to $196
per ncre, or $130 an acre n vcar, gross, on
nu 18 mouths' crop.
The settler will have the benefit of nil
improvements already made upon the
lr,ud.
This important statement was made
at the local office of the laud department
to Mr. Oaorio, president of the Osorio
association, who have made application
for the Kalwiki tract; to Mr. Fernandez,
president of the Fernandez association
who have made application for the
Lcpoloa truct; to Mr. Ferry, representing
the Lujan association, applicants for the
Opea tract, and to R. A. Lyman, Jr.. who
is interested iu the matter as being a
public question.
The commissioner asked for an early
decision ou the part of the land associa
tions and at the request of the representa
tives, they were given till March 14 to
state their intentions.
Operation .Successful.
What is known as the mastord opera
tion was performed upon II. P. Baldwin,
of Maui, at the Queen's Hospital, Hono-'
lulu, 011 Monday last, not usually a
dangerous operation, though it is ofi
courtc 01 n very delicate nature. 111 tne
case of Mr. Baldwin, it proved entirely
successful nud after coming from the
inllucucc of the anaesthetic he rested
more easily than he has for some time.
Star.
Married.
ROHERTSOtf-MARCUS-At St An
drew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Hawaii, at
g o'clock in the evening of March a,
1906, Rev. Canon Alexander Mackin
tosh officiating Miss Wiutiifrcd Marcus
of Pallida, Hawaii to George Robertson,
Jr., Miss Swiuuic Marcus, sister of the
bride was bridesmaid, E Kopke, Jr.,
was best man,
I Horn.
Da CAMARA.j-At Hilo, Hawaii, 011
Thursday, Ajarch I, 1906, to the wife
of Jose da Cnmara, a daughter.
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gold moulded
dress P. O.
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Sale.
(Edison Home) new, with
ud stand and three dozen
records. Cash f o. Ad-
165, Hilo. Hawaii.
:or Sulc.
I am instructed by C. II. W. Hitchcock
to offer for sa c the furniture iu his resi
dence, cousi1 lug of Fine Koa Centre
Table, Koa F. :tciisiou Dining Table, Koa
Rockers, Kj 1 Cabinet, Koa Beds,
Couches, Etc) These are all antiques.
Also
Brass Trimmed Bed with
lureaus,' Chiffoniers, Com
modes, Chats, Cedar Box Couches,
Wicker VeraJdah Chairs, Large Ice Box,
Handsome Palms and Ferns.
Also
Tpright Piano, cost $350.00.
These good w ill he on view Tuesday,
Wednesday aid Thursday at 4 p. m., or
nt with
LkBARON GURNEY,
Auctioneer.
Fine Ename
spring, Oak
Almost New
by appoinltn
A.S
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Visiting Clergymen.
A union service was held at the Ilnili
church Sunday evening, participated iu
by ministers returning from the conven
tion held at Kalapaua during the week.
The services were conducted by Rev. Mr.
Hill. A short adress was made by Mr.
Martin, head of the aiiti-saloun league' of
Honolulu; and other addresses were de
livered by Dr. Baker of North Koua,
and by Dr. Scudder, Supt. of Missions iu
the Islands. Rev. Mr. Gulick, of Hono
lulu lead in prayer. The Foreign Chinch
choir, under the direction of Mrs. Jarelt
T. Lewis lead the singing, a ladies chorus
rendering the anthem.
GHOLS GO.
$40
Applications For Tobacco Lands.
Sub-Land Agent Williams returned
from Honolulu Friday, from a consulta
tion with the land commissioucs, relative
to applications for right of purchase lease
on 150 acres of the upper Paauilo lauds,
Hamakua district, suitable for produc-1
tlou of tobacco. The lands are now be-1
ing advertised; meanwhile the applicants, I
Messrs. Kretschmar nud Douglas, to-1
bacco experts from the mainland, have
gone to Hamakua to arrange for starting
tobacco seed beds. These men have had
wide experience with the plant iu various
tobacco countries ami pronounce that '
raised Hamakua equal to the best grown j
anywhere. j
Cruise or The Oregon (JUIs.
The Oregon girls will be the guests of
the Hawaii Yacht Club ou a cruise from
Honolulu to Pearl Harbor on the after
noon of Sunday, March 11.
KI111111 Arrivals, Feb. tSSlli.
J. A. Scott, fi. Flauigan, II. p. Junkin,
D. K. Yoon, Rev. M. G. Santos, N. C.
Willfong, F. Gilliland, Rev. R. Ilnjaslil,
Rev. G. Ashika, II. EldartsJ. M.Martiu,
J. McSwansou, A, II. Jackou, G. II.
Willams, F. W. Millverton, Mrs. J. J.
Dower and children, Rev. O. II. Gulick
and wife, Rev. K. Highichl wife and
children, O. Albert and Sou, J. Downing,
Miss M. Proebstcl, Miss K. Nash, Mis M.
G. Phillips, Miss S. Madigan, Miss B.
Brown, Miss D. Courtcmauchc. Miss E.
Parsley, Miss E. M King, Miss Florence
Hcavren, Miss E. Crossen, Miss E. E.
Cobb, Geo. Honkers, Mrs. II. M. Taylor
O. II. Strong and wife, Miss Merriitn,
R. C. A. Peterson, W. G. Turk & wife
J. R. Long, K. G. Bullen, Mrs. G. C.
Beckley and Maid, Henry T. Beckley,
Miss La Voy.
Kinau Departures, .Unroll 2nd.
Mrs. II. M.Taylor, Miss Mary K. Will
iam.J. Downing, R.C. A. Peterson, Miss
A. Merriam, Miss M Proebstcl, W. A.
Romsiy, J. II. Hare, J. R. Voss and wife,
C. W. Ashrord, W. B. Turk nud wife, W
Fk Drake, F, L. Winter, J. R. Long, K.
G. Bullen, Mrs. E. T. Weatherred, O
Albert nud son, Geo. Honkers, Miss S.
Madigan, Miss Parsley, Miss E. M. King,
Miss E. Rnuiui, Miss A. Sullivan, Mrs. '
F..W. Carter, Miss F. Hcavren, Miss K.
Nash, Miss E. Crossen, O. II. Strong and
wife, Miss M. I. Phillips, Miss B. Brown,
Miss Courtuianehe, L. A. Thurston, Dr.
A. Irwin.
Sun Tyrjbwriters
Are Miretylljest In the market
for tlie tyuiey
The Best Copyholder jj7 50
In the MUI.T1-ANGI.U," imtv
Business and Accounting
Cyclopean
$10
GOODVIN'S BOOKKEEPING
Filui ; Cabinets Very Cheap
Loose-l,uf Ledgers, Price Hooks
and Binders
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SPi:CJAL FJ
Pyroj-apliic Outfit B$2.50
lath. txn.taarolM.CnklkaA.titteTttiw,
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A MATTER OF HEALTH
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Y hooping (lough.
The quick relief afforded by Chamber- j
Iain's Cough Remedy in cases of whoop
ping cough, makes it a favorite with the
mothers of small children. This remedy
liquifies the tough mucus, making it
easier to expectorate, keeps thu cough
loose and counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia, For bale by Hilo
Drug Co.
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Ililo I ttrulturo Store
Of which G. W. Lockingtou is sole
proprietor, was started iu 1892 iu a small
store on Waiatitienue street. Owing to
J his energy and business ability he Is now
occupying one half a block on Front
'street. Mr. Lockingtou is known
I throughout the trade 011 the Mainland ns
1 a cash mau, co he gets all the discounts.
J There Is hardly a vessel that comes to
this port but what has goods for him.
Call and examine his stock. It will pay
you if) ou need goods iu the furniture
i Hue.
&AKlrlG
POWDER
Absolutely Pui-e
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
Kim Agricultural Co.
The Knit Agricultural Co. filed ar
ticles of iucorporat ou with the territorial
treasurer on March 3. Iu the articles,
it is eaul, coffee oud tobacco are the first
named among the proposed products of
the corporation.
The incorporator:! of the Comp my are
W M Giffard, president; K. I. Spoiling,
vice-pies, dent; II. M. Whitney, Iruusurer;
R Ivors, secretary, nud Henry HolmtM
The capital stuck is 50,000 di hied into
five thousand bhurcs.
Handkerchief
Box, No. 688
nuMUlftfif. frUMnM.
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GLAGHER BROS.
17 Ore t Arcnut San Prandtco, Ctl I
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Soi venirs of
Hawaii
hoto Postals
Of the choicest bits
of scenery on the
island plain or
colored.
-Complete stock of
Photo Supplies, Films
nud Plates.
Kodaks and
Cameras
Negative De eloped
and PrinU Made.
The
A Partial List of Dry Goods Ilcceivert
by last "Enterprise" at E. 3ST. Holmes'
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FlannelHtte
White Canton I'lamicl
Fruit of the Ioom Cotton
Peqttot Sheeting, 5-4, 6-4,
S-4, 9-4, 10-4
Peqttot Sheets, 72x90 nnd
81x90
Mite Denim
Unbleached Drilling
Outing Flannels in Pink,
liltte, Cream nnd White
Cotton Uatts
Mack Velvet Ribbon all
widths
Cotton Mrdeyc
Moiisselinc lc Soie
Persian I,awn
India Lhtnu
Dimity white and printed
lied Spreads
Floss Sofa Pillows
Figured Pique
Ladies' Hose
Children's Hose
Ladies' Silk Gloves white
nud black
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
Uaby Ribbon
Binding Ribbon
Canvas Stiffening
Mack Cashmere
Knitting Silk
Armlets
White Silk Uclts
Linen Thread
Darning Cotton
Men's Half Hose
White Flannel all wool
Salteen all colors
Lining Cambrics
Pajamas
Sweaters
Lace Heading
All-over Ltce
Pearl Buttons large size
Children's Underwear
R. & G. Corsets
Turkey Red Prints
A. F. C. Ginghams
Mttnchebtcr Chambmy
Printed Lawns black and
white
"Heavy Shirting Cheviot
Plain Scrim
Men's Hats
Rubber Overshoes for Men
and Women
Tennis Oxfords for Men
and Boys
Shoe Dressing
...Prices Always the Lowest...
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Life Income
The Best Legacy
Nov. 17.
of mv
Marshall IlKoriutRS
Manufacturers ofManila and Wrapping Paper
. , Youkly.v, Del
-uauagcr 111c annual jue insurance to. ol New York.
Dear Sir: I lme received policy for $20,000, issued to me in fnvor
(laugiuer on me continuous instalment plan.
My daughter is but eighteen years or age, and this contract guarantees to htr
$t,oco at my death, and ft.coo per annum as long as she lives, and to pay not
less than twenty installments even if she should not live twenty yeirs uftcr my
death. The reason I am so much pleased uith this policy Is b-iscil upon the
fact that I fully realize, that no matter how much money I might leave my
laughter at my death I would have no guarantee tint it would last her throuch
her entire lifetime.
The Compinv's liabilitv under this form of contract might be 50,000 or pos
sibly $70 000, if my daughter bhould live to be as old as some of her ancestors.
Yours very truly, Israhl V. Mausiiall.
WRITE TODAY FOR RATES.
The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York
W. A. WANN, DUt. Supt. E. C. MELLOR. Resident Agent
Honolulu, T. II. Hilo, T. II.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TSSUST CO.
LIMITED.
Agents I
London Lancashire Firo Ins. Co.
National Firo Insurance Co.
Niagara Firo Insurance Co.
Ccrman-Amorican Firo Ins. Co.
Pennsylvania Firo Insurance Co.
United Statos Fidelity Guaranty Co.
Continental Casualty Co.
H. VBOmRS,
Hilo Representative
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Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plant ou premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
I tgjCTOMiwt.'y K78rTHgggraro?nav'g.y
do Drug COo
SIRKCKRLS' BLOCK
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NECESSITIES,
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cluded 11 pound of liver. Later, dtciding she didn't want the liver,
she 'phoned again, to that effect, llefore she hung up the receiver
bhe heard the butcher say to hoinconu iu the shop: "Take out Mrs.,
llaker's liver, she can gtt along without it."
You enn get along without many
liiMiritK), but ltcouoiulu Shoos are
iieeeshitie. Thej're built for
service. Cull ami see them at
the sliuu specialists
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