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was pleasantly enter-
s hull last Friday even-
of the Honolulu
the city by the
F. B. McStocker goes to Honolulu to
day, Sheriff Andrews made a trip to Kohala
II. G. Hendricks of Honolulu is in
the city on business.
A. J. McKenzlc is back from Honolulu
where he did jury duty.
Palmer Woods of Kohala is doing poli
tics in Ililo this week.
Mrs. A. 1). Blanco came home from the
coast by the Enterprise. '
J. K. Dillon came home from a month's
vacation on the Coast by the Enterprise.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Stobie have taken
the Elliott residence on Reeds Island.
A small part
taiucd at the El
Louis T. Kcnake,
post office arrived in
The next sailing of the steamer Enter
prise from San 1'ranclsco will be on No
Prof. Brighatn, curator of the Bishop
Museum, accompanied by assistants is at
Howard Hitchcock and family visited
last week at Puna at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. H.Holland.
Rev. and Mrs. S. L. Nash were the
guests of C. C. Kennedy at his rnauka
residence last Monday.
Mr. Herbert and family have moved to
the beach, haviug rented George I) tt tic
ker's seaside cottage.
If vou reallv want a cood Whiskey.
try our BELLE OF NELSON. It is the 1
finest in town. W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
The Saturday rummage sales being
conducted by the Ladies' Social Circle is
proving a great success.
LATEST KEUARDINO BOYD.
Superintendent of Public Works Is
Ilcllcvcd to lie Strnght.
At one o'clock yesterday a wireless
message from Honolulu to the Tjunimrc
stated as follows regarding Superinten
dent of Public Works, J. II. Boyd:
"Cooper in charge of office. Investi
gation going on. Think he is alright."
PRISONERS FKOM OAHU JAIL.
Sheriff Andrews Itrlugs llnck Japa
nese for Another Remanding.
The prisoners committed to the Grand
Jury on the charge of murdering the
Japanee Motohiro were brought from
Honolulu this week by Sheriff Andrews
and put through one more stunt of ap
pearing be ore the court "to be remanded
to the custody of the Sheriff."
This time the prisoners were taken be
fore Judge Little and all were remanded
except one who was out on bonds. His
bond was pronounced defaulted.
It all came about because of the special
term of court held at HIlo this month.
These prisoners were committed by the
District Magistrate to the next Grand
I Jury at the ensucing term of court. At
I this special term Judge Little called no
Grand Jury and the Sheriff grew alarmed
I lest his oft remanded prisoners should
claim that they were not permitted to
appear at the "next term." So he brought
I them all over, including Teddy Scovclle
land had them remanded to the next
Fuuicoshi, Watcuabc and Scovclle
show the marks of care incident to life
on the Reef and steerage travel on the
Claudinc. As they each stood up before
Judge Little, Sheriff Andrews asked that
the prisoners be remanded, the counsel
for defendants objected to the allowance'
of the Sheriff's motion. The court over
ruled tnc objections and disallowed ex-
( .. , , r n r. 1 'ccptions. The court explained to the rc-
Mrs. II. Wicks of Olaa, after a six 1 ncatcl oblectlons of Messrs. LcMond nnd
months sojourn on the Coast, returned , Kos9 tnut he wn9 tnWll no jurisdiction
lover the defendants beyond the point
necessary to remand them to the custody
home Monday by the Enterprise
The Enterprise brought 3600 tons of
freight to Ililo last Monday lcalng a lot
on the dock to come in the next Matsou
The Hilo Agricultural Society will hold
monthly meeting Monday
the olticcs ot, (.has. lur
of the Sheriff. What further complica
tions may arise in these cases has not de
veloped. (JInudInc Passenger List.
Prince Jonah C. Kalanianaolc, Judge
A. Mnli.iulu. ludcc Non Kenoikni. Louis
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There will be racing at Hoolulu Park ' G Madeira, F. G. Gamara, W. Von
Monday, November 3d, Inobservance of Gracvcmeyer and wife. Miss A. W.
01 tne Jim- Euisenberg, B. Poclinammcr, A. Broun,
Miss. Mollic Bush, A. A. Benton, Dr. C.
Moutaua and wife, L. K. Kcntwcll, M.
L. Oscmoto, Rev. Geo. Byhrc, Geo J.
Andrews, II. G. Hendricks, A.J. W. Mc
Kcnzic, W. L.Irwin and wife, Miss Van
kcrvillc, Lady Alexander, P. G. Vandikc
and wife, F. N. Notchklss and wife, F. F.
Cnrrman and wife.
the anniversary of the birth
pcror o: japan.
Louisa the eight-year old daughter of
James Graham died of convulsions Tues
day night. The funeral took place Wed
nesday from the home on King street.
Mrs. S. C. Shaw and daughter Dollie
came bv the liiitemrisc to reside here
permanently. Mr. S, C. Shaw Is a pros-1
pcrous tobacconist on Waianueuuc street. I
I will be responsible for no debts con
tracted without n written order from
me. Roui'.RT Andkkws.
Geo. S. McKeuzic was a home pas
senger by the Enterprise. Mr. McKeu
zic comes back greatly improved physi
cally and reports prosperous times on the
J. U. Smith and George Mumby re
turned yesterday afternoon from a two
weeks' hunting trip in the mountains.
They came in laden with email and thril
Thirty Hilo sportsmen with all the
ammunition in town in their cartridge
belts, haunted the swamps of Seaconnet
last Sunday for ducks. Two are known
to have been bagced.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Irvcu of Spreckcls.
ville are guests at the Peacock, Mr. Ir
ven is day engineer ot the plantation
mill. He is impressed with Hilo favor
ably and will probably invest in a home
When the steamer Enterprise arrives
in San Francisco she will be put ou the
dry dock for repainting and a general
oerhauling. This will delay her sailing
for Hilo on the next trip untill Novem
The ball given by Mrs. Corson at Ser
rao's hall last Saturday evening was a
social success. The new hall makes a
very pretty bill room and is brilliantly
lighted. A Hawaiian quintett furnished
For runt New modern cottage in
Puueo; address A. S. Wall, Hilo Market.
Mrs. A. C. McKinney who was booked
to come home on the Enterprise was pre
vented from making the trip by the ill
ness of her son at Oakland. The day be
fore the steamer sailed the boy was quar
antined for smallpox.
Wnlplo for Cupid.
The Republican campaigners report
splendid meetings in Waipio. Lost Mon
day evening a big Republican rally call
ed out nearly all the voters in Waipio
Volley. The speakers at the meeting
were James Lewis, Geo. W. Paty, Messrs.
jones, Pritchard, Hobsoti and Manouil.
The meeting was one of the most success
ful of the campaign. From impressions
gaiued ou this tour, the feeling nuionir
the campaigners is that Cupid will be
' elected without a doubt.
Outgoing Cluudlne List.
Prince Cupid, Judge A. Mahaula, F. S.
Harmon and wife, Miss Barkcrvillc, Lady
Alexander, A. N. Kcpoikai, Geo. A An
drews, E. McBryde, F. B. McStocker,
Mrs. R. A. Wordsworth, Mrs. McKeuzic,
Master McKeuzic, Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
A Good Tonic
when you have
"that tired feeling"
ORKUNAL HILO PLAY.
Japanese l'nt on Drnmn of the
Murder of Motohiro
Hiln not only has on up to date Japa
nese theater but there are also Japanese
dramatists, play writers and stage artists
here who double discount the enterpris
ing sensation hunters who haunt the
theaters of San Francisco and New York.
The latest adoptation in Hilo's Japanese
theater was not from n popular novel,
nor a stage depiction of striking situa
tions drawn from real life among the
smart set. It was nothing more and
nothing less than the reproduction of a
murder case which lately occupied several
weeks of the time of the local District
The dramatization of the Motohiro
murder and the trial of the Japanese ac
cused of his felonious taking off was done
by an obscure but talented local play
writer. The deeds which he sought
to reproduce upon the stoge were of such
recent occurrence that his memory alone
was drawn upon to the relief of his im
The scene was laid in Front street, the
thoroughfare on which the defunct Moto
hiro came to grief. If the Sheriff had
not stopped the play before it had closed,
it is supposed that a court scene and pos
sibly a prison scene, showing Watanabc
and Fuuicoshi on the reef in charge of
Jailor Hcnrv, would have been produced.
As it was, tfic Jap that played the part of
Motohiro did not have a chance to cut
his own throat or have it cut by his mock
torturers. The play so far as it went was
witnessed with interest by Carl Smith,
Messrs. Wise & Ross, and W. II Smith,
attorneys in the case, as well as repre
sentatives of the Sheriff.
The Sheriff stopped the ploy, for what
reason it Is not known, unless he dreaded
to see the part he played in the prosecu
tion, reproduced as seen by spectators in
HII.O'S 1110 RALLY.
Ennorvatos tho System and
gives frosh Vigor
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
TEL. NO. 23
nd Liquor Home
While in the cast John A, Scott en
gaged Mr. J.J. Marlin of Pittsburg Pa.,
to take the place of Mr Sedgwick as
Superintendent of the Hilo Electric
Light works. Mr. Marlin left a position
with the Wcstinghouse people to come
Tonitilit the Republicans of Olaa will
! hold a meeting at the Republican head
quarters. The speakers will include
' nearly all the candidate besides others.
I Tomorrow night Hilo's biggest Republi
' can meeting of the campaign will be held
I ot the Japanese theater.
I Whitehouse & Houxhurst, contractors
! who ore to build the stone arch bridge
over Pukihoe gulch, begin work today.
The structure when completed will be
I the largest and best stone arch bridge ou
I this Island. The spin is thirty-five feet.
It will be a substantial torrent proof
J Mr. J, A. Scott did not return home
wi til Mr. Scott by the Enterprise. She
I will remain sonic months in Brooklyn,
I New work. Alvah Scott has entered
I Cascadilla school, Ithaca New York and
I will not return to Hilo until next June.
' Irwin Scott has entered Lorrinsville
school at Greenhouse New Jersey.
The first cotillion club dance of the
I season was held at Spreckcls' hall last
Saturday evening. The number present
was smaller than usual, however the
evening passed pleasantly and oil had a
good tinfe. The master of ceremonies
was A. II. Jackson. Mrs. Tracy payedl
the piano. The company was served
with refreshments at 10 o'clock.
Alex Liudsay, Jr., who has completed
( the law course at Ann Arbor University is
in the city visiting relatives and old
friends. Mr. Lindsay is just back from a
six months tour ot Scotland where lie
went upon graduation. He has not yet
determined where he will locate in the
The Woman's Board of the Foreign
Church gave 0 reception to Mrs. Hyde of
Honolulu in the Church parlors lost
Tuesday which was a pronounced success.
Mrs. Hyde gave an entertaining paper
concerning her recent European trip,
ofter which teo was served and a social
hour enjoyed by the many guests in at
tendance. Mr. aud Mrs. W. II. Lambert enter
tained a small party at dinner Tuesday
evening at their home in Waiakeo.
Those present were Messrs. J. T, Molr,
Dr. C. L. Stow. A. L. Williams, Coptaiii
Fred Miller of the Enterprise, C. N.
Prouty, R. R. Elgin. While the
dinner was In progress a surprise
ol a very pleasant nature was
sprung ou Mr. and Mrs. Lambert. The
Hilo band appeared in the yard and ten
dered a serenade nroirrnm In honor nf
ST. I Mr. Lambert's Safe return to Hilo.
Cupid ArrouscR cw Enthusiasm
Among Local Republicans.
Yesterday afternoon the P cpublican
managers in Hilo were busy with the
biggest preparations of the campaign for
the rally aud political meeting last night.
The arrival ot Prince Cupid and party
from Maui Injected new life into the work
here aud as a result a torch light proces
sion was organized at once with every
body willing to step into line for the
vood Prince Cupid,
The speakers slated for last night's
meeting were Prince Cupid, Judge Kc
poikai of Maul, Admiral Bickley, A. B.
Locbciistelu, S. L. Desha, Kckoa, James
Lew is and G. W. Paty.
Prince Cupid returns to Maui today by
the Claudinc. He soys he is greatly
pleased with his prospects. He finds
the people on Maui wildly enthusiastic
for the Republican cause. He Is now
satisfied with Hilo and feels tha't a week's
good work in Honolulu will establish his
The" Prince has developed wonderfully
under the pressure of the work of the
campaign. He has taken on skill in de
bate ami Is at home whether nailing the
niisrepresenUtions of Wilcox or whether
parrying brickbats hurled by boisterous
adversaries in the audience. The Prince
grows with every new experience.
CUPID AT WAIAKEA.
Arrouscs Urcnt Enthusiasm Among
Hinuillans nnd Haolcs.
As soon as Prince Cupid supped after
lauding from the Claudinc Wednesday
evening, lie witli ills party was taken to
the Waiakea meeting house where a big
crowd of Ilawaiians were awaiting him.
The head of the ticket immediately
launched into n spirited speech and was
greeted with applause ot every turn.
The sensational incident o'f the even
ing was the interruption of Prince Cupid
by Kauiho, the campaign spokesman of
Palmer P, Wood, candidate for the sen
ate ou the Home Rule ticket. He open
ly called Prince Cupid o traitor, where
upon the speaker poured a few hot shots
from the rostrum that subdued his accu
ser. The Prince i timatcd that such im
politeness might call for corporal punish
ment. The meeting ot Waikea sent Cupid
stock booming. Others who addressed
the meeting were Judge Kcpoikai, Ar
chie Mahoulu, Admiral Beckley ami S.
TEACHERS READING CIRCLE.
31 tb. II) do of Honolulu (Jives Per
sonal Recollections of Rome.
DELIUHTS OF HAWAII.
Told In Writing nnd by Excellent
Whcu times in Hawaii were prosperous
and there was no need to look much be
yond the confines of these sea-girt Isles
of the Pacific, but little thought was
given to the advertisement of the country
abood but now that hold times oppress
and money is so scarce, it is the natural
outcome that, on all hands, people should
cast about for some means of relief.
While diversified industries arc in their
infancy here and sugar interests ore suf
fering, some other means of bringing
money into the country must be found.
There is but one waythe attracting to
these shores of a part at least of the
thousands of tourists who seek Florida,
California and other places that remain
warm in the winter time.
That Hawaii has never had her share
of this much to be desired class of travel
ers is admitted by all. At once arises
the question: "How is it possible to at
tract these people?" The answer is
"Through the medium of advertising."
This country has had a surfeit of ad
vertising but, unfortunately, it lias been
of a kind calculated to repel rather than
attract tourists to Hawaii. There have
becn'the hula girls ou the various mid
way plaisanccB and pictured in maga
zines, handbills, posters and what not
hula girls dressed, or rather undressed,
in all manner of outlandish costumes and
posed iu such o manner as to
make the most hardened blush with
Then there have been the Punchbowl
volcano scares, the epidemic disease and
other scares that various and sundry per
sons of absolutely no judgement or re
gard for the truth have sent broadcast
throughout the Mainland through the
medium of the press. This is just n
glimpse at the kind of advertising the Is
lands hove had. The good legitimate
advertising has been beautifully meager.
There now steps into the field on ad
vertising scheme, carried out by the Pio
neer Advertising Co. of which Charles R.
Frazicr is the manager, that should re
ceive the hearty support of all those who
have the best interests of the country at
heart. It is a good, legitimate proposi
tion which will undoubtedly have the
hearty commendations of the business
men as well os others who become ac
quainted with the nature of it.
I The advertising scheme takes the form
of a good substantial book on Hawaii
written by an authority on things ond
events Hawaiian Mr. Daniel Logan o
writer thou whom for faultless style and
power of holding the interest of readers,
there is none better in the Islands. He
is the oldest member of the press in Ha
waii and has during his many years of
res dencc here invariably a newspaper
man hod occasion to study and to retain
in his memory facts about the Islands
that will prove both interesting and en
tertaining. Charles R. Frazicr will be in Hilo in
about two weeks to look up material for
Mr. Logan and to take subscriptions for
this guide book. Hilo people should help
the movement along.
Women's Club Meeting at the Home
of Mrs. A. (1. Curtis
The "Olaa Literary" held its second
meeting for this year with Mrs. A. G.
Curtis, October 15th, with excellent at
tendance in spite of the threatening
weather. The ladies answered roll call
by giving conundrums, which served to
put a quietus on further gossip, ond pre
pare for the work to fpllow.
Mrs. Curtis and Mrs. Carpenter then
I continued most delightfully the reading
of Evangeline. At the mcvious meeting
I this pathetic tragedy had been introduced
I by Mrs. Hayes in so charming n manner
with pictures, atlas, aud personal remi-
I niscencc, as to bring the country people
j aud situation very vividly before the
mind, aud thus add a keener interest to
I the beautiful narrative.
At the close of the reading the club
joined in singing a song and enjoyed
several selections from the gramophone
I furnished by Mrs. Armstrong. As this
j wos the last time Mrs. Hayes could meet
with the ladies beTore her trip for the
Coast, a little surprise had been prepared
for her bv Mrs. Curtis, und was first re-
I vealc'd as the sweet voices of o group of
1 Hawaiian children (from the is-tnile
school) were heard singing their native
I songs. They then presented the lady of
I honor with many ueautiiui lets and an
itttltml Iti tiriclilttrr far llff hfltt 1MV7 tr
The session of the Teachers Readimr rn.i.ru.n.i n,..i n i,n,m,. rptnm mnnr
1 Duinty refreshments were then served
and the club adjourned to meet in two
weeks witn Airs. MCKae.
PANAMA HATS CLEANED
I have secured a first class formula
from an Eastern bleachery for cleaning
This formula has given the best results
obtainable without injury to the finest
The price for cleaning and bleaching
will be from 75c. to $1.25, according to
the condition of the hat.
Three Months Ago
L. K. Pearson was a new comer
he is a well recognized
fixture in the Hilo
His good Harness, good Saddles,
and fair prices have won for his
business merited prosperity. . .
For the best in HARNESS,
SADDLES, WHIPS, ROBES,
COLLARS, ETC., go to
L. K. PEARSON
Peacock Building, next to Bank Bridge St.
E. N. HOLMES
has just opened a large stock of
Liberty Silk Ribbons
Liberty Satin Ifcibbons
. Taffeta Ribbons
Satin aiicf Gros Ribbons
Wash Baby Ribbons
Satin Baby Ribbons
Fancy Colored Ribbons
E. N. HOLMES
Koinui Ililo Couple Ilnnnlly
Atjtlie home of Mr. anil Mrs,
Lyman, parents of the Rroom
the mar i
Circle last J uesilay cveniui; was well at
tended, showing a prospect that these
excellent evenings of literary and histori
cal study will attract a wider circle ol in
terest this year than ever. The ladies
were fortunate Tuesday evening iu hav
ing with them Mrs. Hyde of Honolulu,
who iu the eighties, spent several months
in Kurope with her late husband. Mrs.
Hyde was able to give the subject of the
evening an exceptional interest with her
account of Rome as she saw it herself.
She devoted most of her talk to the Ro
Mrs. rirll nri'siMilnil n nin.. n !..
Roman Forum which was lull of briuht riageof R.J.I.ymanandMissPhoebeWil
observations. Mrs. Severance discussed ' Hams was solemnized Wednesday evening '
the architectural features of the Forum. by RcVt g, jt Desha. The ceremony was
ofRjrttV&?.e,tU,l3r,Jlid'y. number of the relatives
.... land friends of the couple. The rooms of
1I0XF1KK AND ItOMHS. the Lyman home were beautifully decor-'
iated with tropical flowers anil ferns.
During the ceremony the bridal pair
stood beneath a canopy of woven maile
and yellow chrysanthemums. After con
gratulations the company was served
with a delightful wedding supper.
Yesterday morning the bride and
groom went to the Volcano House to re
main until Sunday when they will go to i
l'una and remain a few weeks at the old ,
Delivered to any
P. 0. Address for
$!.) . . ....
The Dandy Shiner
is n simple device to
hold the shoe in posi
tion while the liquid is
applied and the shoe
with a cloth.
Three lasts go with
every outfit ( man's
woman's and child's
last), polishing cloth
and a bottle of polish.
Economic Shoe Co., Md.
n i lo
Enthusiastic Turn Out or I'uoplo nt I
llonokau to Hour KepuDllcans. '
The Republican meeting at Honokaa
Tuesday night was the best of the cam
paign. The citizens planned and carried
out an old fashioned mainland rally. A
lllll'L' bonfire was built nml lintiilia u..r
fired in a noisy reception to the Republi- ' l0''a" homestead
can oniiois who were in nrispnr Mnr int ;
views on the issues of the hour. Those
I Dr.PIerce"! EUctncTrutt
is a ilarvel. Nothing like !
iw ic Hem utuinor on itnn
k World renowned. !!71inprotemti.
If ruvturri lnvttl;-ito it once. !
r-all nr write far "lkjoKLCT No. 1 " I
MAGNETIC E.TRUSS CO.. 3 J West 24lh Mr t. Nrw
York, H. V. or 200 l'ov btrcit, bu I rii.clwo, Cil.
Rupture ' tico to Trespassers.
m JT wKT
l F 1 I
who addressed the people were Rev. Mr.
Hill of Olaa, Messrs. Pritchard, Lewis,
Paty, Chas. Williams, Schellberg and
Moanauli. The sentiment for Prince
Cupid is reported to be growiug more en
thusiastic every day through the llama
the encruetic manager
' of the Central Meat Market aud the bride
1 is a daughter of Mr. Williams, a conduc
le Hilo Railroad.
Sows and Swoi.wtN Joints, sharp,
shooting pains, torturing muscles, no
rest, no sleep that means rheumatism.
It is a stubborn disease to fight, bat
Chamberlain's Fain Halm has conquered
it thousantlB of times. One application
gives relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
steamer Enterprise arrived at
3 p. m. Monday afternoon, nine days
from San Francisco, with n full cargo of
general merchandise and the following
passengers: Miss Morsely Ilucklcy, Mrs.
S. C. Shaw, Miss Dollie Shaw, Miss
Fatten, Alex Lindsay Jr., J. J. Sullivan,
Mrs. A. II. lllanco, J. K. Dillon and son,
Mrs. II. Wicks ond two children, J. A.
Scott, Geo. S. McKenzie, F, II. Mc
Stocker and wife.
To .Merchants nnd Shippers.
The next sailing of the S. S. Kuterpise
from San Francisco will be on November
29th. Her arrival in Hilo will therefore
be on or about December 8th, giving
ample time for the discharge of Holiday
Goods. R. T. GUARD.
Notice is hereby given that shooting
and hunting is strictly prohibited ou the
lauds of the Ilumuula Sheep Station Co.,
and all trespassers will he prosecuted ac
cording to law. All permission hereto
fore granted is revoked from this date.
HUMUUI.A SHKF.P STATION CO.,
SAMUKL PARKF.R, Ju., Manager.
Kamuela, October 14, 1902. 51-3
First Foreign Church.
Services at II a.m. and 7:30 p. m.
Morning subject "Building Up the
Walls." livening subject "Ilible For
trait of the Father of the Faithful."
P. L. NASH,
Agent for J. D, Siircckk-i & llros,. Hilo.
" " Collcctlni: renu for WalnUa Mill Co.
" to Kraut umrrlaee licenses
School agent, South Ililo,
Room 1, up stairs over L. Turner's
Leave orders at Hilo Drug Co., Ltd
By the Inst Enterprise we received a
carload of the celebrated A. II. C. Heer,
for which any purchaser purchasing to
the amount of 2 doz., will receive an
ART PICTURE free. W. C. PEACOCK
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