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V. R. Castle ofllonolulu is in tliecity.
F. S. Chlllingworth Is in the city on
Attorney George A. Davis of Hono
1u''t is in tliecity.
Jiulge Robinson returned Monday from
his trip to the Volcano.
While in the city, II. 12. Cooper was
the guest of John A.Scott.
U. S. Marshal, F. C. Handy, arrived by
the Kiuau on Federal business.
Col. Sam Parker of Honolulu was an
arrival by the Kiiinu last Wednesday.
Mrs. Miller nnd daughter, accompany
Captain Miller of the Enterprise on thfs
Judge Stanley arrived by the Kiuau
Wednesday on business in the Circuit
Rev. Father Oliver was made an
American citizen Saturday January 17 bv
Hon. Cecil Drown arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday to attend to business in
the Fourth Circuit Court.
Miss Hawxhurst arrived by the Enter
prise and will visit with the fanmily of
her brother Robert Hawxhurst Jr.
Y. Hamada, one of Hilo's most enter
prising Japanese, returned by the Kiuau
from a business trip to Honolulu.
The firm of Ridgway & Ridgway at
torneys are assisting in the prosecution
of the Japanese now on trial for murder.
For Salu For cut flowers, flower pots,
ornamental trees, etc., call on or address
JIM MORRIS, P. O. llox 343, Hilo. 10-tf
D. G. Camarinos, one of the most pop
ular men in Honolulu, died suddenly last
Sunday morning from aneurism of the
M. F. McDonald has added to his al
ways neat and attractive store, an up-to-date
show case for the display of haber
dashery. The Waimca and Kona Road will be
finished within six weeks. When this
link is completed, the Island of Hawaii
will be belted by a wagon road.
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy accompanied by
Miss McMillan arrived by the Enterprise
last Friday morning. Mrs. Kennedy has
been visiting on the Coast for several
The safe in the office of the Economic
Shoe Store was robbed of f6o in cash a
few days ogo. The robbers entered by
therear door and so far there is no clue
to their identity.
Marston Campbell, Assistant Superin
tendent of Public Works noes back to
Honolulu today. He has been busy in
Hilo settling the problem of a site for the
Water Works reservoir.
Scalds are always painful and frequent
ly quite serious, but Chamberlain's Pain
Balm is a liniment especially suited for
such injuries. One application give re
lief. Try it. The Drugstore sells it.
Wherever the llerger musicians have
played in Hilo they have received distin
guished consideration. After the concert
at the Hoarding School grounds, each
member received a souvenir calabash.
The memlwrs of tin) Honolulu band
were given a grand luau by the citizens
of Hilo on the lawn of Wm. Nailiina'p
place in Puueo yesterdayafternoon. The
funds for the feast were raised by popular
Announcement of the marriage of Wil
liam M. Langton and Miss Elinor A.
White, nt Honolulu December 31, 1902,
reached the Trimjnk sanctum last week.
Mr. Langton is the publisher of the Para
disc of the Pacific.
T. M. Rowland, one of the jurors in
the Japanese murder case was taken ill
in the jury box at the night session of
court Tuesday evening. Uourl adjourned
at once. Mr. Rowland was ready to go
ahead Wednesday morning.
The Falls of Clyde, Captain Matson.
sailed last Friday for San Francisco with
the following cargo of sugar: Olaa, 33,
500 bags; Hilo Sugar 'Co., 10,921 bags;
Hakalau, 4,525 bags; and 50 cases of Ka
waiakcakua Mineral A'ater.
Judge Morris M. Estce will arrive by
the next Kinau to hold a term of the
United States District Court in Hilo.
Judge Hapai's Courtroom will be fixed
up for the use of the Federal Court and
jury, and trial of causes will proceed both
upstairs and down,
We have just received
a lot of the well known
It is guaranteed pure and far ex
cells any other non-intoxicating
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Gold Medal for
the best Cider at the California In
ternational Mid-Winter Imposition.
$4 per tloz., large bottles
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Pioneer Win. and Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
A VOICE LIFTED UP.
What One Witness Testified to He
Tore the Scnntorlnl Commission.
"The action of the Congress of the
United States in annexing these Islands
is not, and never will be, approved by
the Hawaiian people in general. Our
people have submitted, and will continue
to submit to the authority of the United
Slates, but only upon the ground of ne
cessity, knowing that they arc unable to
change the course of affairs, or to break
or cut tlie bond wiilcn lias uccti tastcncd
upon them without their consent. They
deny the right or authority of the late
"Republic" to speak or net for them in
tlie matter 01 annexation or otherwise.
The "Republic" was in no sense n gov
ernment of the people by the people. It
was n despotism pure ana simple, in char
acter, founded in fear and resting upon
bavoiicts. Hut, making a pretext of the
assent of that Government as n basis of
its action in passing the celebrated "New
lauds Resolution" the Congress of the
United States brought us within its
authority. And as we cannot, if we
would, cscanc. we none ana trust mat we
at least be liberally dealt with. That the
United States will not insist upon con
tinuing to take our revenues from us, in
the form of customs duties, postal re
ceipts, internal revenue etc., without at
least returning to our territory corres
ponding sums, in tlie lorm 01 public im
provements, or otherwise You have
made us American citizens against our
will; we now propose to make the best of
the situation, nnd pray for fair treatment
1 lie above is a portion 01 tuc testimony
of a prominent Hawaiian, submitted to
the Senatorial Commission but not hither
Elks' Soclnl .Session.
The Social Session of the Elks held at
their hall last Tuesday evening was one
of the most intcrcsti-g entertainments
held since the order was founded in Hilo.
The meting was in the hands of L. M.
Whitchoiisc, and he cracked the whip
over his autlcred brethren in his most
autocratic way. He was assisted in his
luuctton as cliici mogul 01 tuc evening
by Frank Thompson of Honolulu. His
nrttiv fif llnntntmnta n,i Illf flnnr nlnviwl
Uinir tinrlo wltlinlit nrn!it. K.TPilfint I
iMtiQio vn Itirtiiclind hv l nntntn Herir-r. .
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IS. A. uoutuilt and Ucoree uuueker.
Refreshments consisting of sandwiches
and salads were served.
The prosecution in the case of the Ter
ritory vs. Fuuicoshi and Watanabe,
charged with murder in the first degree
rested yesterday morning, nfter submit
tiiiK evidence for two whole days nnd at
three prolonged night sessions. The pro
secution introduced expert testimony to
snow mat 11 was improbable 11 not im
possible for the wound causing the death
of Motohiro, to have been self-inflicted.
The defense began with its testimony"!
yesterday morning at 9:30 n. m.
R. W. Ilrtfckons, U. S. Attorney for Ha
waii was employed as Counsel by the
Commission appointed by the Republi
can Central Committee to draft n county
bill, and to him is due 111 the maiir, the ,
merits of the Republican County bill,
Mr. Hreckons was especially employed to I
see that all of the features of the bill con-
formed both to the organic act and to '
existing territorial laws, the task was
not n simple one but lawyers say that he
has acquitted himself with exceptional
credit. His past experience as a legis
lator for the Stnte of Wyoming, has well
fitted Mr. Hreckon's for the job.
Kiiinu Passenger List.
S Parker, G A Davis, F M Swntuy,
Judge Stanley, S M Chillingsworth and
wife II P Danford and wife R T Hender
son, V Hamada, J I.ightfoot, Miss C T
Rosenwatter, Mrs Kirschberg, L W Tuy
ler, C Clere, Oshida, Mrs C Furuki, I W
Girvin, W II Scott, S Tomikawa, Mrs G
E Silver, J TFrecorreirra, Frank Andrade,
Dr Humphris and wife R Vidincfeld, A
C Wills, F C Haudv, Cecil Brown, F M
Macmahon, Mrs F L Austin, Mrs II
Wells, Mrs Dower, and family E Wilder,
Miss Alice Jares, Dr Wight. MrsRaltUiffe.
Jas. W. Girvin, of Honolulu came up
by the Kiuau returning today. While in
the city he was the guest nt the home of
N. C. Willfong.
Roy II. Chamberlain, collector of In
ternal Revenue for Hawaii will come to
Hilo by the next Kiuau, accompanying
Judge Estee and United States District
The services at Ilaili Church last Sun
iare to'linda co,m,odaUon in me tfouT
day night drew a crowd entirely too 1
The front yard was filled with people iour 10.?' "ui". 'B"'y "P0"1"? Pro: . response. Mr. Dale is a knight of twenty
who had come to hear the special music, f,ress th' hu,11 ,na.de s,nTce la,st,he h,enr , ! U'ree years standing. He gave a splendid
contributed by members of the band. 'c" ,'V &'', r ',' ,I1"1" ,?, Jf"! I o lhe..Kr?"'".autl "."l" f.l.he
iiiemreeueieiHiuiHs, n. ue isoungga,
Mathies Baptcstu and Joao Cordeiros.
convicted with stealing cattle in llama
kua, were sentenced by Judge Little !
Wednesday to terms of two years iu the
ficnetentiaty. The defendants nre nt '
iberty on f 1000 bail each, pending hear-1
ing of their case on appeal.
E. A. Douthitt, prosecuting Attorney
r.i.j.n-. 1 .-.i. , ..'.. 'r,
C011 Si. i Hilo for ii,pJ fir, tlL. . Zrl
h?.uIiL'-Ji,",'".f?.",e.?."tlf ' 8i,ice
his connection with the Attorney Gener
ic's office. Both professionally and
socially, Mr. Douthitt has so impressed
Hilo people that they will welcome him
among them nt any time in any capacity.
After the baud concert at Waiakea last
Monday night, the members of the band
were invited by the members in charge
of the Waiakea mission, to the school
house where they were served with cofiee
mill flntljliailAlljm. 'Pit n Bftn. la.. A nf Y17.I.kt......
tun. paimmiui.:,, lie liiuivca ui WUIUKClt
showed their appreciation of the concert
uy presenting lets and (lowers to the
Colonel Geo. French, the leader of the
Salvation Army on the Pacific Coast and
Hawaiian Islands, will be iu Hilo next
Wednesday and Thursday, January 28
nud 39. He will be accompanied by
Major Harris of Honolulu nnd will con
duct a united service 011 Wednesday night
a; 7:30 111 me Ham cnurcii una on xiiurs
' 'JU W llUill WltUi.il UIIU U.4 .UUi3
ay night will speak at the Army hall.
11 are Invited.
IN MEMORY OF BURNS.
Hilo Ilsrns Club Will Uciebrnto nt
Spreckcl's Hall Snturdnr.
Tomorrow night at Spreckcl's hall, the
members of the Hilo Hums Club propose
to celebrate the aninversary of the birth
of Robert IHinis in a manner that will
not soon be forgotten by those who. shall
be present. The committees in charge
have arranged a most excellent program
in which tlie best talent 01 mio will
participate. After a couple of hours of
song nnd story, there will be dancing.
The people of Hilo are cordially invited
to be present, tickets being on sale nt the
Drug Stores and at J. D. Kennedy's
Jewelry Store. The program entire will
ue as follows.
1. Piano Solo "Reminiscences"
Mrs. Jarrctt T. Lewis
2. Soprano Solos
n "There was a lad was born in Kyle"
1) "Flow gently sweet Afton"
Mrs. Paul Uartcls
3. Recitation "Address by Miss Fontc-
nellc delivered at Dumfries Theater,
Dec. 4th, 1795." Mrs. A. G. Curtis
4. Contralto Solo "0' n' airts the wind
can blnw" Mrs. W. I, Madeira
5. Violin Solo "Scottish Melodies"
Miss M. G. Farquhar
6. Soprano Solo "Comin' thro' the Rye"
Mrs, Homer Ross
7. Exhibition Dance "Highland Fling"
' Mr. Kenneth Cameron
8. Oration "Hums, nnd Ills Poetic Gen
ius Hon. Gilbert F. Little
9. Duct "O.wert thou in thecauld blast"
...Miss Iola A. Wight ami W. C. Cook
10. Hass Solo "A man's a man for a'
that" Mr. Otis English
11. Tenor Solos
a "Scots wha hac wi' Wallace bled"
b "The Standard on the Hracs o' Mar"
Mr. Will Carletou
12. Chorus "Auld Lang Syne"
The following are the officers of Hilo J
"Hum's Club," 1902 and 1903:
President W. C. Cook.
Secretary David Hutchart.
Treasurer James Henderson.
Executive Committee Geo.
(Chairman), Wm. Forbes, Alex
Reception Committee David Hutchart
(chairman), Robert Duncan, W. Hricu,
Robert Ramsay, A. Aiuslic, John Frazer,
joint Henderson, K. White. A. Chalmers,
Kclltieth CalUelOll, W
Committee on Decorations Mrs.
Luther Severance, Mrs. Adam Lindsay,
Mrs. Keith Mackie.
Floor Committee C. II. W. Hitchcock
assisted by Geo. Wilson and Wm. Forbes.
Musical Director Mrs. Jarrctt T.
Literary exercises to commence nt 8
o'clock prompt; dancing at 10.
READY TO liyiLD
Koiiii-Kau Knllrond Will
Honolulu, Jan. 16. One of the passen
gers on the steamer
Sonoma- from San
Francisco yesterday was
ir urn. r
xi. wiison, 01
the San Francisco firm of Wilson, Lyons
& Co., dealers In railroad supplies. Mr.
Wilson's firm has the contract for the
construction of the Konn-Kau Railroad,
and Mr. Wilson is visiting the Islands
in the interest of that piojcct. He will
leave Honolulu in the Miuma Loa for
hona to look over the ground
II. S. Di:
son was met at the dock by
mond, who has been representing his
firm here for some time past. While on '
Hawaii lie will go over the entire railroad ;
iroject thoroughly and expects to return
herein about three weeks. 1
11 is expected mar n wouucriui natural
Vntnlili tiler tc nn fnnt iiru, a crlinmn
on the part of some San Francisco capital.
ists to engage in the raising of livestock
011 the Island of Hawaii on a larger scale
than has ever heretofore been attempted.
It is their belief that all the meat for the
Island market can be raised profitably on
the limber lands of Hawaii. At least a
uciuriumcu cnun is 10 uc maue in wiai
direction, as soon as the Koua-Kau Rail
raid is completed.
The Honolulu HnmU
The Honolulu band has afforded the
people of Hilo a great deal of entertain
ment during the past ten days. The baud
has played iu our churches, nt our schools
nnd for the militia. It has played hi wet
I weather and dry weather. The concert
c,i, rt..r., nt u.t,ii. i,.i, i, u
, Su Ty of er"0"' "l . C ' btU the Ho'
..U.M.M UIIU bUW a.,U UUI1U9 J1UJCU, WHS
the biggest drawing card of the week.
The crowd numbered fully fifteen hun
dred and the playing of each band was
liberally applauded. The first part of
the program was n list of classic pieces
rendered by the Honolulu baud. When
Prof. Carvnlho and his troupe of Hilo
musicians mounted the stand they were
given an ovation by the crowd. After
coucert Capt. B rger, complimented
1 -- -r - w.- - -
Death of Paul lsenbers.
The local houses of II. Hackfeld & Co.
were closed Saturday, Jauuary 17, out of
respect to the memory of Paul Isenberg,
, . 4. , , , , f" '
whose death occurred the day before in
"J. -'v... ,.. WUICIl IU UK
ueruiuuy. rcws was earned 10 mese
U am". V"1 VF whee of ,UB'
' tr es with which Mr. Iseuberg's active
life had been connected paused. The
deceased had been connected with the
commercial lite ot Hawaii since l8s8.
Paul Isenberg came to these Islands iu
1050, uiiii semen uu tvauai. xie soon ue
came interested in Lehtie plantation
which proved to be the foundation of a
huge fortune. In 18S1, he joined the
house of II. Hackfeld & Company, iu the
management of which he was actively
associated until n fewyenrs ago he retired
, I"1 ,.,., , II,,,,
I t0 t"-rmay t0 1Ue
The annual meeting of the First For
eign Church will be held next Friday
evening in the Church parlors. Officers
will be elected for the ensuing year, ami
reports rendered from every part of the
Refreshments will be served and n
social time enjoyed at the close of the
program. All friends of the Church and
congregation invited to be preseut.
WAIAKEA. SOCIAL SETTLEMENT
Items Shorrlntr Progress Made by
The "worker lu charge" engaged to locate
in the field, is encouraged to find so much
good work represented and already under
The Suttda'y school of about sixty mem
bers has for assistants Mr. and Mrs.R. A.
Lyman, Mrs. Levi Lyman, Mrs. McTag.
gart, Mr. Hccrs, Miss Sarah Lyman and
Miss Wight. The hour is 2 o'clock p. m.
More teachers arc needed, two classes
needing to be divided.
The Rev. Desha preaches every Friday
evening to n full, audience of very bright
responsive children, and' attentive older
people. Service hour from 6:30 to 7:30.
The girls sewing class of over forty
members Is under the supervision of Miss
Hitchcock, Mcsdaincs Barren, Willfoug,
Hergrau and McTaggart. It meets each
Wednesday at 2 p. m.
The newly organized "Culture class"
of older girls starts off with 12 members.
The study Is of songs, recitations nnd
physiclal culture, nnd some practical Del
sarte work. It is hoped there will he
other classes ns the required number 12
is found. This class meets Tuesdays at
2:30 p. in.
The mothers or womans class is one of the
best in attendance nnd interest. The pro
gram nfter devotional exercises, consists
in learning bible verses both in English
and native. Friendly talks at home, and
life in general mid learning English songs.
It is surprising to see how eagerly the
English is studied. Time of meeting Fri
day 2 p. m.
A weaving class is contemplated. There
seems to be need of n way for the women
and girls to cam honest money. It is
believed n supply of hats, mats nud fancy
articles on sale at the chapel, would be
The boys greatly desire a sewing class
too. It will take several teachers to keep
the little chaps busy, for they arc lively.
Volunteer teachers are hoped for.
In the maintenance of the work, large
subscriptions have been given with ex
cellent spirit which will probably cover
the main expense, but many things
needed, or nt least greatly desired,
scarcely seem legally to have a claim up
on the treasury fund. The worker in
charge docs not intend nor is she expected
to solicit from individuals. The glory
of the cooperative work is the unasked
contribution. It is necessary however,
for the people to know what is of practi
cal use -in tlie work. By giving this in
formation to the community in general
is to answer the question to ail, that is
sometimes asked by individuals. The
improvements being added to the build
ing at the expense of the treasury fund
are as follows: the filling up of a room
for dispensary with porcelain sink-plumbing,
water tank, overhead celling, medi
cine supplies, medicine cupboard and
fresh coat of paint, the building of a
titaffnrtll nf-rnca III, frrtnl rF .t,n r-lifinnt
j also small chairs for the primary classes.
ine water tank is a gut 01 me Hilo Kail
The Chapel was ,a cheerful scene last
! Monday night when the genial Prof. Her-
Kcr "11 15 P'eiisuni, uiguiueii musicians
,,,..,.,, . ,
t vrii WIIVII (lilkllW. til J I E)Vlllt-
of their sweet music. Each musician
seemed appreciative of the leis presented
at the door by the young girls, nnd of
their light lunch. The Hawaiians of the
settlement arc willing helpers.
K. OF P. INSTALLATION.
Now Members Tender n Huiiqitet
Served nt' Demosthenes' Cafe.
One of the most pleasant affairs in
circles this winter, was the in-
ceremonies nt the Kuights of
1 Pythias hall last Tuesday
work of installing the new officers was
done under the direction of I. E. Ray.
The new officers of the lodge are A. M.
Wilson, C. C; D. Lycurgus, U. C; E,
1 Fulir. urelate: folm Rohncnhere. K.
R. & R.; II. Ludlofr, M. F.j I. E. Ray,
M.'E.; E. Biela, M. W.; J. McNichol,
I. G.; M. F. McDonald, O. G.
The occasion was also the fourth anni
versary of the founding of Hilo Lodge
No. 7. This together with the fact that
the lodge has had a season of prosperity
in the way of accessions to membership,
made the night one for the exchange of
Pvthiau cougratulatious. The latest ad
ditions to the membership of the lodge
are Messrs. Wm. Ebeling, Herman Lud
lofr, M. V. McDouald, P. C. Beamer,
Chas. Smith, Wm. Forbes, and Charles
H. Cook. These new pledged kuights
showed their appreciation of the prin
ciples and mysteries of the order, by ten
dering a banquet to their elder brethren.
The banquet was served at Demosthenes'
Cafe. After doing justice to the edibles
an extempore list of toasts was proposed,
the company first selecting I. E. Ray as
toastmaster. The first toast proposed
was "The Kniimts of Pvthias." Past
t Commander Dale was called upon for a
, oruer.especiaiiym (.aiiioruia, j.i.aibiiu
' of Wainalcu was called upon to respond
to the toast, "The Ladies."
acquitted himself admirably.
I "The luuiors." wasthesubiectassiirned
to Wm. Ebeling whose response was the
hit of the evening.
' , """" hotpe - 7'" was proposed and
1 by acclamation, the presiding officer was
caned upon to respond. Mr. Ray com-
plied delivering an excellent speech,
John Kelly ofOlaa, entertained the com.
puny with an excellent recitation, en.
titled "Ostler Joe."
I The Knights in Hilo have not had a
more successful installation eveuim? in
First Foreign Church.
Services next Sabbath at 11 a. m. nud
7:30 p. m. Morning subject "Dreams
Evening subject "A
F. L. NASH.
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SAN MAMCIBOO . CAL.
l Ready to put on .and appear upon tlie
If a suit is wanted in a hurry, or if you
want to save a few dollars, come
and see me.
All suits marked in figures.
Don't buy anything in
the Harness Line until
you have seen my fine
L. K. PEARSON
Peacock Building, next to Bank Bridge St.
from Monday next the 5th instant
to the 25th instant
See our circulars for
The question of n site for the Reservoir
for the Hilo Water Works has been
settled. Mnrstou Campbell, concluded
negotiations yesterday with John linker,
where by a release to the government is
obtained for one acre on the right hand
side of the Kaumaua road, opposite the
preseut water tanks Mr. Ilaker gets tlie
privelegc of clearing thirty acres of
timber land in exchange for this site.
Messers Whltehouse & Hawxhurst will
at ouce proceed with construction.
held at the
Co., Dd Rilo
For Illicit instilling
U. S. Commissioner, Carl S. Smith,
examined seven defendants yesterday
morning, charged with illicit "distilling
and bound them nil over to the United
States District Court which convenes iu
Hilo January a8. The defendants were
apprehended by the Hilo police, aud
turned over to the Federal authorities.
The defendants nre Muraokn Yale,
Yasukawa Toke, Yasuda Masuke, Ya
sukawa Salklchl, Hara Matmi, Hatai
Jutnro and Stumada Jeneniou.