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Good printing Trmunk.
Spend Stindny At the Volcano House.
Geo. Kinney arrived yesterday by the
K. N. Holmci advertises a grand sale
of ribbons this week.
I'ostofficc Inspector Carr arrived in the
city Wednesday from Kan.
F. K. Winch has obtained the services
of a first-class carriage trimmer.
P. Peck leaves by the Clauditic today
for Honolulu on a business trip.
A. G. Corrca, attorney from Honolulu,
is in the city on legal business.
W. Pullar and Mrs. Pullar returned by
the Clauditic from a visit at Honolulu.
Mrs, Waldron of the Volcano House
was in the city several days this week.
The Hoard of Registration has been
(titling at points in llamakua this week.
P.J, Heidt returned Wednesday from
a ten days' business trip through Ko'.tala.
1'or RUNT New modern cottage in
Puuco: address A. S. Wall, Hllo Market.
A. 11. I.oebcnstein accompanied the
Senatorial party to Honolulu Saturday
Mrs. A. C. McKcuncy is expected to
return from her visit to California by the
Something of interest to ladies appears
in the advertisement of Moses & Ray
mond this week.
Mrs. J. D. Carter arrived home by the
Martha Davis after a three mouth's visit
on the mainland.
The Hilo Railroad machine shops are
working a big force of men making su
gar mill appliances.
Mrs. T. A, Hayes of Honolulu, who has
been visiting at the home of Mrs. J, T.
Lewis goes today by the Claudinc.
George R. Carter of Honolulu was in the
city Saturday a short time between the
arrival and departure of the steamer
S. Decker has moved his real estate
offices to the new Serrao block on Uridge
street. His offices are now strictly
Deputy Sheriff Ovrend made n raid on
n Chinese gambling resort on I'ront
street this week capturing eleven Orien
tal spo'. s.
Dr. J. J. Grace leaves by the Claudinc
for an extended visit in the States. Dur
ing his absence his practice will be look
ed after by Dr. Stow.
A meeting of the Agricultural Society
of Hilo will be held Monlay afternoon
at the offices of Chas. Piimeaux in the
Sprcckcls Mock. All interested arc re
quested to be present.
The monkey belonging to Dr. School
ing has escaped from its cage and is at
large in the city. Information as to its
whereabouts, or its return will be re
warded by the doctor.
The Martha Davis, Captain McAllman,
arrived in port yesterday, twenty days
from Sin l'ranciseo, with a full cargo
consigned to II, Hickleld & Co. She
brought two passengers.
Through the thoughtfuluess of A. IS.
Louissou of I.ouisson Uros., coffee grow
ers of llamakua, the members of the Sen
atorial Commission each received a bag
of the best coffee grown in Hawaii.
Miss Katheriuc Shane, who has been
one of the most successful nurses at the
Hilo hospital the past year, goes to Ho
lioiulu by the Claudinc today. She
will engage in private nursing in that
Miss Maud Hansen, teacher at the 12
mile school has been ill at the hospital
several days. Her place at the school is
being filled by Mrs. Curtis. Miss Han
sou will be able to resume her work in 'a
The owners of the Charles Levi Wood
bury which is engaged in the trade be
tween Hilo and Honolulu have purchased
the schooner Julia I. Whileti at Hono
lulu and will add her to their inter-island
line. The schooner cost them $2000.
CitAMiiitui.AiN's Couch kkmi'.dy is a
cure far severe colds, persistent coughs
and a preventative of pneumonia. It is
the mothers' favorite for whooping cough.
It always cures and cures quickly. Hilo
Drug Store sells it.
Lycurgus has decided to open n Cali
fornia fruit store in Hilo, He will occupy
his own quarters on Front street opposite
Turners store. By Enterprise cold storage
he will receive all kinds of California
fresh Iruits. He will also buy bananas
For a Good Smoke
To Ue Hud OF All Dealers
HoffSchlaeger Co., Ld.
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
WATEIt FRONT R. R. PLANS.
Hilo Rnilrond May Use Electricity for
Uptown Passenger Service.
G. P. Deunison, who Iras been in the
city the past three mouths as acting
superintendent of the Hilo Railway dur
ing the absence of W. H. Lambert, re
turns to Honolulu today. He was called
back to the Oaliu railway before the ar
rival of Mr. Lambert, because of the con
templated departure to the Mainland of
Mr. Deunison will take with him to
Honolulu plans and data showing the
expediency of running electric passenger
cars from waiakea to the city depot over
the city extension of the Hilo Railroad,
work on which will soon begin. Mr.
Dcnnisou believes in the practicability of
the plan and it is understood that Messrs.
Dillingham and Paxton both arc favor
able to it. If the plans submitted by Mr.
Deunison are approved the passenger
traffic along the water front of Hilo will
be by trolley car. The same track will
be used for the fi eight business which
will in no way interfere with the passen
ger service. If the plan is approved it is
Mr. Dctiuisou'fl idea to procure the elec
tric power from the Hilo Electric Light
XOTLEY WILL CASE.
Will Is Admitted to Probate
testnuts Appeal to Jury.
The hearing of the Notley will contest
Came on before Judge Little last Saturday
and resulted in the admission of the will
to probate and the appointment of Cecil
Drown and A. Lidgatc administrators.
An order of the Court directs the admin
istrators to nay the widow oncr mouth
pending the hearing of the case before a
jury next January. At the trial Saturday
Mrs. Danford was on the witness
stand eight hours. The attorneys in the
case are Cecil Drown for the proponents
of the will; Holmes & Stanley for Mrs.
Emma Danford and Kinney, Dallou &
McClauualian for the contestants.
John T. Dcilolt is the choice of Prcsi
dent Roosevelt forjudge of the First Cir
cuit Court to succed Judge A. S. Iluuiph
Senator Ilurtoii was booked to leave
Honolulu on the Alameda last Wednes
day. His colleagues intend to remain
until September 30th.
The Merchants' association of Hono
lulu is beginning a systematic campaign
to secure tourist travel.
Tared G. Smith, Director of the Ha
waii uxperiuieni station is on me jona
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Excursion to Volcano.
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Arrangements liac liccti perfected for
other excursion to the Volcano fo: the ,
low rate of ten dollars, including every
One may leave Hilo at half past three
Saturday afternoon, arriving at the Vol
cano House br dinner, spend Saturday
nigut, btimiay nigut at tile volcano and
vicinity and, after an early breakfast
Monday morning, reach Hllo at half
ill be accommodations by '
id Mountain View for only .
stage beyond Mountain View for only
twenty persons, so buy your ticket early.
Tickets on sale at Volcano Stables and at
Hilo Railroad ticket office.
Judge Little sat in probate last Monday,
In the matter of the bankruptcy of D.
Kaula, Carl S. Smith, assignee was dis
charged and bond cancelled.
Ako.mAkau.etal, the court appointed
Mrs. Emily Conrad guardian under bond
of 500 1
In the estates of Akona and Akau, Mrs. I
Conrad was, discharged as administratrix
and bonds cancelled.
In the estate of Kcawcapala, A. E. Sut
ton administrator was discharged and
bond cancelled. !
Outgoing Claudinc Passenger List.
September 26. Geo P Deunison, Mrs.
Hayes, Miss Kate Shane, Miss C Snow,
Miss Terry, Mr ond Mrs Danford, sou 1
and nurse, riiillip Peck, Dr. J. J. Grace,
Mrs King, Miss Stevens, Father Maxime,
Father Ulrlck, Capt Cameron ami wife,
J Travers, Father Otto, Mrs Brown, Mrs
R P Greeley, I Willette. S Dabcock. II 11
Gehr, Frank Turner, Miss Clara Smith,
Elder Daniel Madson, Elder Hans Joun-
Voleiino More Violent.
The Volcano has done well this week. !
It performed admirably for the Senatorial ' At present there ore over 400 pupils
party, and yesterday morning the report 1 enrolled in the public schools of Hilo.
was sent down that the lava in the crater The faculty of teachers as at present con
was in great commotion Wednesday stituted is as follows:
night. The renewed energy of the Vol-1 Main School Miss M. F. Potter (sub-
cano will no doubt uttract a large crowd
of excursionists Sunday.
Services in the First Foreign Church
next Sunday at 11 a.m. 011117:300.111.
Morning subject, "The Church of the
Future." Evening subject, "A Gracious
Invitation." Everybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
The machinery of the defunct Union
Soda Works was sold by Ray Bros, at
auction jesterday under forclcsurc of
mortgage held by H. E. Soule. The
buyers were E. L, Strout, G. J. BeckeH
ond J. U. Smith. The total amount real
ized was J561.55.
The ladies' sessiou of the Elks last
Friday evening was a very pleasant affair
in spite of the rainy evening. The party
was not at all affected by the elements.
The evening was spent at cards, billiards
and ping pong. The house committee
served delightful icfreshmeuts.
If this warm weather still continues,
you will need to have quite an assort
ment in your Ice Chest, and among the
principals, there should be some nice
cool beer. We have the beer ond your
Ice Chest will do the cooling for you.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
Ten dollars win buy a ticket which en
titles you to a trip by railroad ond stage
to and irom
the Volcano, board and
lodging at the Volcano House from Sat
unlay dinner to .Monday breakfast, in
clusive and a trip with the guide to the
crater. Train leaves Waiakea at half
past three Saturday afternoon.
CUPID'S TRIUMPHAL TOUR.
Republican Candidate Rccclrcs nil
Oration From His People.
The campaign tour made 011 this island
the past week by Prince Cupid, the Re.
publican nominee for Delegate to Con
gress, has been attended by crowds all
along the line.
After the big mass meeting in Hilo
last week, the Prince accompanied by S.
L. Desha and Archie Mahaula made a
trip to llamakua and Kohala. At Malm
kona they met Kiihiuokatani and his
Home Rule friends, who tried to hold
rival meetings without success. The Ha
waiians refused to listen to Home Rule
talk which they describe as "nonsense."
Chairman Holstein was present and when
he proposed three cheers for the Prince,
the response was enthusiastic. The party
then proceeded to Kohala where they
held two good meetings. At N'iuilii a
Home Rule stronghold, the Wilcox sym
pathizers made a disorderly attempt to
break up the meeting. The crowd hissed
the rowdies and listened attentively to
the Prince. The Hawaiian women were
especially indignant witli the distur
bances. A fine meeting was held at the Kohala
Court House. At this place two leading
Home Rulers came out for Prince Cupid
and made strong speeches in his behalf.
At waimea bcnnlor J. u. Paris joined
the party and one of the best public
meetings of the year was held. All
present except two men pledged their
hearty support for the Republican ticket.
Prince Cupid was greatly pleased and
feels confident of success.
At Kukuihaclc the rmrtv found a Home
Rule meeting in progress. This broke
up as soon as Prince Cupid arrived and
the people flocked to hear him speak.
All along the line wherever a group of
Hawaiiaus could be found, the Republi
can leader made short speeches.
At Laupihoehoc the school house was
packed. The Home Rulers have been
diligently circulating the report that the
Queen is hostile to the candidacy of Cu
pid. In his speeches he has set them
right 011 this point.
Wednesday night a successful meeting
was held at Waiakea, and yesterday
Puna heard from the Prince.
After completing the tour of Kona, the
Prince will go to Maui, He will probab
ly be accompanied by S. L. Desha, ;
TEACHERS' HEADING CIRCLE.
First Meeting of the Ycnr is Inter
esting and Well Attended.
The first teachers' meeting of the year
was held last Tuesday evening at the'
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'Union Spllnnl. T iiti wrn, n tiiimtior nf '
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new laces present and tue
scnted was up to the standard of last '
year in merit. Misses Lvman and Potter .
Iinti.l1..l iTiirrmi, 1? Id Tl.n I ,imii I
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"cussed the ciuie ,lew9 Miss Potter ,
rcvicwuu me events in midland in con-
nccttoii with the coronation of King
Roman history was the general subject
for the evening. Those who spoke on
this subject were Miss J. Dcyo, Mrs. Sev
erance and Dr. F. Wetinore, The study
of Rome will last through the year and
will be taken up under five heads: Reual
?x"e' RcpaWicon Rome; The Empire;
Medieval .Rome; and Modern Italy.
ouviTiii uiiiTcsmii; miners were rcnu
describing the Roman Walls, Mamcrtilie
Prison, Etruscan Art, Temples, Aiuphi
theaters. Tombs. Etc. The next mectinir I
will be Held October 7II1. .Miss Josephine
i. . - t i.f
ucyo presided at tile meeting and Kev.
Mr. Baptiste was made Secretary.
Hllo Shipping Nuns.
Thursday Sept. 18th. Cleared, S. S.
Kia"Cl.SC.0, 1" V.a,
.Miller, .Master, lor Sau
passengers, carno sucar:
Ohm, 7,100 bags; Hilo Sugar Company,
iM53 hags; Unknlau, 19,938; Waiakea,
9,600; total' 55,791 bags. Coffee, 41,294
lbs. Bananas, 455 bunches. Total value
cargo, $209,622 59.
Monday, Sept. 22. Entered, Am. Schr.
Emma Claudiua, C. P. Mikkclson, master,
23 days from Eureka, cargo, 211,862 feet
of lumber for Hilo Mercantile Co.
Am. Schr. Kona, F. II. Dinsmorc, mas
ter 27 days from Seattle, 36,887 feet rough
lumber, for Hilo Mercantile Co. and 1202
piles for Hilo Dock Co.
Am. Schr. R. C. Slade, P. Sonerud,
master, 23 days from Port fownsend,
831,844 feet lumber for Hllo Mercantile
Am. Schr. Vine, Chas. M. Fores, mas
ter, 22 days from Eureka, with cargo of
355584 Redwood ties for Hilo Rallrocd
Public School Faculty,
stituto Vice Principal. Miss II. F. Coan.
Miss Nellie Corr, Miss Alice
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Miss Helen Severance, Mrs
Riverside Primary Miss M. Louise
Dcyo, Miss Mary Deyo, Miss Jessie V.
Lycau, Mrs N.Tracy.
English Receiving Room Miss W.
Woiakea-koi Primary Miss Liliuoe
Hapai, Miss Emily Ewoliko.
Dock Material Here.
The material for the Hilo Dock has ar
rived. Tile material received consists of
750,000 feet of lumber ond 12,000 piles.
The stuff came this week from Washing
ton ports consigned to the Hilo Mercan
tile Co., and is now being landed ot the
site of the big dock. The copper sheath
ing for the piling will probably arrive
by the next Enterprise after which the
work of construction will begin ot once.
The pile drivers ore on the spot ready to
send the sticks into place.
Mr, Amweg, who has the contract for
constructing the wharf is at San Francis
co, but will be here to see that the work
goes ahead rapidly as soon os all the ma
terial is in readiness,
Claudinc Passenger List.
The followiuir passengers arrived bv
'the Claudine Wednesday evening: Tlieo.
woiu, w. 11, imtiello, i.Kleuliarul, iwrs.
Iladdaky, M. O'Dowda, E. P. Moby, Mrs.
Wolbcrg and children, A. J, Correia, I.
Wilsekc, Miss King, S, Babcock, Miss
Stevens, W. Pullar and wife.
Possibility or Locating Paper Mill
Here Using ltngnssc.
S. M. Mayer, of Seattle, who has been
in the city the past week investigating the
supply of bagasse available for his pro
posed paper factory, stales that he is well
pleased with the prospect m Hllo and
vicinity. He likes the climate here bet
ter than anywhere else on the Islands
and on thot ground would prefer to locate
his paper mill here if his further investi
gation in other lines terminate satisfac
torily, Mr. Mayer, as was stated in last
week's TRtnUNK. represents the Ameri-
can Talc-Asbestos Co., of Seattle, a con
cern with solid financial backing and
with immense ledges of talc to draw up
on. These talc ledges arc in Skagit
County, Washington and arc among the
most famous in the world.
The primary reason for the company's
investigation of the possibilities of paper
making in Hawaii, is that a paper mill
here would give a good outlet lor talc.
In the glazed papers and cardboards, a
large proportion of talc is use for surfac
ing. It is also figured in the scheme,
that paper manufactured from bagasse
can be shipped around the Horn to New
orte and successfully compete with the
Mr. Mayer has had talks with the
managers of several of the plantations
here and feels very much encouraged.
He proposes to pay a price for the bagasse
that will enable mills using it for fuel to
bum oil or coal instead and make money
by the change.
To warrant the erection of a paper
manufactory, Mr. Mayer sajs there must
be from forty to sixty thousand tons of
bagasse available the first yea?. To erect
mills to handle such n quantity would re
quire an outlay of f 150,000 to 20O,OO0,
ond when running would employ from
250 to 500 hands. The labor required in
the paper factory is not of a character
that would draw from the plantation
Mr. Mayer estimates that this island
produces 130,000 tons of bagasse an
nually. He believes a paper factory in
Hilo could handle baimssc from the nluii-
tatious on the other side of the island.
The product of those plantations would
have to be reduced by concentration be
I If Mr. Mayer succeeds in securing a
suflicientquautily of bagasse to warrant
the erection of a mill, he believes work
j may be started within six months after
his plans have been approved by the
I Seattle Board of Directors, So far as he
. has interviewed the businessmen of Hilo,
Mr. Mayer states that he has found the
lmst nrilirntlrnrrpfilpiil ntnl n viilltntmnca
to cooperate in any way possible,
If 011 mature in vesligitiou Mr. Mayer
liiids it leasihie to manufacture paper
fmttl li.llfn,;,. linn. i nu nminrtmilti fnr
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ih,.rn it mwf ,ni i n,P T.inmlaii
must be located here,
STILL TO WESTWARD.
Califoruinn (iold Miner on His
Way to .Mines of Luzon.
John McCafferty, Mining Engineer, ar
rived in Hilo by the Claudinc last week.
He is on his way to the Philippines to
explore the gold fields of Luzon with
which he is already familiar, having
spent some mouths there before the bat-
tie of Manila. Mr. McCuffertv is
rrom "e .? "c co"'r a "'ore go ug
iu itic jiul uiuimii; u tut;
will spend a few mouths in the semi
tropical climate of Hawaii.
The mining experience of Mr. McCof
fertv would fill a volume. He is an old
time Califoriiiun and has explored the
gold bearing mountains from the Isthmus
of Panama to the Behring sea. He has
mauai't.d mines In boutli America and
once nude a fortune in Mexico. He did
well in the Klondike and broke even iu
Nome. Mr McCafferty says the Philip
pines will furnish the world with its next
gold stampede. Before the insurrection
of Aguinaido, he had bonded a very rich
tract of gold bearing land iu the moun
tains of Luzon 150 miles from Manila.
Under the administration of Otis he had
to give up his holdings. Now that peuce
is 111 sight, he proposes to return and
make yet another fortune to round out
his career. He speaks the Spanish lan
guage' with fluency and has connections
with some of the wealthiest native and
Spanish families iu Manila.
The Soclnl Side.
While the Senatorial Commission was
in Hilo it was too busy at word to permit
of the members enjoying any great de
gree of social deversion. They were not
allowed to go away, however, without a
taste of social hospitality. At Mr. Peck's
home where Senators Thurston and Fos
ter, were entertained, a luncheon was
served Friday ot which 0 number of Hilo
people sat at the board with the Senators.
At C. C. Kennedy's home at Waiakea,
Senator Burton and Mi. DeKnight had
the pleasure of meeting various Hilo
citizens iu n social way. Saturday even
iiiL' Mr. and Mrs. Kichlcv who enter
tained Senator Mitchell gave a dinner to
the members of the Commission. The
guests were Senator Mitchell Senator
Foster, Judge Little, Mr. and Mrs. Robin
son, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stobie and Mr.
In the Circuit Courtof the Fourth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, United States
In Pkohatk At Chamukrs.
Iu the Matter of the Estate of KAIIAPA,
of Pohokupuka, deceased.
The petition and accounts of N. Ke-
kaula, the administrator of said deceased
having been filed, wherein lie asks that
I his accounts be examined and approved,
I and that a filial order of distribution of
j property be made to the persons thereto
I entitled, and discharging him from all
further repousibility as such administra
tor. ' It is ordered that Monday, the 20th
day of October, A. D. 1902, at 9 o'clock,
at Chambers, in the Court HouseofSouth
Hilo. Hawaii. Territory aforesaid, be and
the same is hereby appointed as the time
and place for hearing said petition and
accounts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 23, 1902.
By the Court
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
LkUlond & Smith,
Attorneys for petitioner. 47-3
I PURCHASERS. VARIETY IN
' PRICES CAN BE CLEARLY
BLUE SERGES IN LIGHT, MEDIUM AND HEAVY WEIGHTS
H ATTIC R
m. f. Mcdonald
E. N. HOLMES
lias just opened a large stock of
Liberty Silk Ribbons
Liberty Satin Ribbons
Satin and Gros Ribbons
"Wash Baby Ribbons
Satin Baby Ribbons '
Fancy Colored Ribbons
HOSES & RAYHOND
sole agents for Hawaii for
The Singer Manufacturing Co.
SEWING MACHINES repaired, retited, Teased or sold on easy payments
Butterick Patterns and Publications
THE DELINEATOR, $1.00 per year BuUerick's Fashions Free
Iu accordance wilb the resolution pre
sented by Delegute Achl, "thatacounnis.
sion should be unpointed to proceed at
once to draft a county and municipal I
government bill to lie presented to tlie
I Legislature as n Republican measure,
said committee to first report the draft of1
such bill when prepared to tlie Kepuuu
con Territorial Central Committee, who
I shall refer the same to the several Repub
i licou District Committees for ratification
j and suggestions, in order to nuke the
I law when finally passed most perfectly
adjusted to the local conditions iu the
several district, 1 nave merelore op
i pointed the following named gentlemen
' to serve on said commission: Hon, Win.
O. Smith, Hon. A. G. M Robertson, A.
I. C. Atkinson Rwi., I. D. Tenuey Ksij.,
Geo. W. Smith Iisq.
11. U. llUl.blUl.N,
Chairman Republican Convention.
J. D. AVKRY,
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 1902.
Outside of Honolulu harbor, on her
trip over this time, the Claudine sighted
0 sailing vessel iu distress. It was sup
posed to be the Norwegian bark Audalu
sum. Her main mast was broken square
off at the deck. She was making port
alright under jury rig.
IlOKN Tuesday, September 16th, to the
wife ofDr. W. A. Schwollie, ot 1'ahola,
ASSORTMENT OK iMKN'S AND YOUTH'S
SUITS HAVE UKKN RECEIVED AND
PLACED UPON THE COUNTERS READY
FOR THE INSPECTION OF INTENDING
STYLES OF CLOTH AND LOW
We ktep all sins, prices and
and grades and no one need
leave our store unfitted.
Our prices fit your purses.
Come in as jou go by.
Economic Shoe Co., Ltd.
Sure of it?
A NATIONAL CASH
A. E. Sutton & Co.
The I'rauciscau sisters and pupils ex
press their sincere thanks to their friends
who contributed to tlie purchase of a sew
ing inrc'iiue for the sewing class,
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