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Key found al post office; call nt Tkwunk
Senator Hrown and family go l0 Hono
A. C. MeKcnuey is in Hamakua on
Dr. and Mrs.' Holland returned to Puna
tr. t.. line w.tiiii l'nim over Stindav ! several months and death came not tin
on business. I expected. The funeral will he held this
.. n ti riiiirt ni-rivnil lii 1 llln liv I nfternoou from the Ilnili church. The
,i . ? o ri , ;,, I deceased was bom in Germany and early
the Inst kitmu. ,, h,g ymllh rem0VC(l lo tt,c Utlile(l
Moonlight (trill tonight. The band States. He s-crved'his adopted country
win lie out. illirotlgu tne Aicxicau war nun 10 me
I time of his death the government paid
I him n veteran's pension. He came to
IIKAT1I OF A. KAM.VAIXA.
V. Ii. Hose Succumb to 1'nrnlyKls In
Ills NTtli Ycnr.
William Leonard Hose one of (he old
est Kamaainas In the Islnuds, died of
paralysis nt his home at Reeds Hay last
Wednesday night In his
year. Mr. Rose had been
these Islands in t8.ig and settled on Ha-
wall the following year, lie was a cop
per and tinsmith by trade and In that
capacity worked for nearly every planta
tion on this island. He engaged in cof
fee planting at Hononui where he devel
oped quite n prosperous estate.
Ilesides a widow, the deceased leaves
nine children. All will be present at the
funeral except Hdwurd who is at Hono
lulu attending Uahu College.
cm: FA MISTHIAI
Mrs. Carlson is teaching n large pt I
vale class dancing.
Geo. S. MeKeiuic was in Naalehu this
week on business.
The Callforniaii sailed with a full
cargo Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Geo. Stratmcver was utnong the
arrivals by the last Kitiati.
J. H. Kocha has been in l.anpahoehoe
on business the past week.
Mrs. A. W. Richardson is n Honolulu
passenger today by the Ulnaii; j
Chr. Casletulyk gave a turty Monday ,
night in honor of His liutlnlay.
1?. A. Douthilt and wife are passen
gers by the Klnau today lor Honolulu. ;
Pok Sai.U. One buggy horse mid two
ponies. Apply Dr. Grace. 15. J !
The grading on the road this side of
Pukihae gulch is progressing rapidly.
There will be a band concert nt the j
hotel grounds Sunday allernoou at three
Hike Reamer picked up a red hot iron
with his bare hand Wednesday and is '
iimii n rrtit1ft '
. ' , , 1 rp i .1 ' miscd it will probably be tried again this
I)r. Holland hns recovered sufficiently ; lernli
from his runaway injuries lo he again : '
about the town. j
Clio Third Time (he Result
the lluiiin Postponed.
The notorious Che fa case resulted in a
mistrial Saturday and must be tried again
for the fourth time. The alleged Che fa
game occurred in December 1901. Twice
it has been tried ill the District Court
mid once in the Circuit Court. The jury
after struggling with the mysteries of
tlic oriental game as suown iy me wit
Thejuryinlhe case of the Territory
vs., John Tavash, charged with murder
In the first degree brought in n verdict,
Tm.ulnv nfl.Tiinnti nt r.in 11. til. of not
eighty-seventh j KUHy. Thc-cascwcnt to the jury nt 10
1 an invalid for ' o'clock TuesdaVinorniiig.
The (lercnse was linuillcil ly I.ellloncl
& Smith and the result of the trial is
bringing to them congratulations ns well
ns to the defendant whom they acquitted.
Tavash was chnrged with the murder
of John Kane nt Puna during the holi
days. The Territory failed utterly to mnkc
out a case against the defendant. The
testimony nil the way through In effect
undermined the Indictment. The whole
drift of the stories by the witnesses for
llin iirnscctitinn was to nrovc thnt the
dentil of John Kane was accidental. When !
the prosecution, closed, the lawyers for
the defense nut on no witnesses at all, I
being content to leave the jury nlonc with
the testimony introduced by the state.
In the jury room, there was no one who
wanted to Impose a stronger verdict than
that of assault and battery and these were
in the minority. The announcement of
the jury's verdict in the Court-room,
caused 110 exclamations of surprise, anil
the face of the ilereiiiiaut wasuppropri
(,r aieiy wreaiiieu 111 suuics,
Fuuik'ohIiI'k Wife and Two Others
The trial of three Japanese for con
spiracy to extort money
for whose murder
Watauabe and Putin
nesses found it ltniossible to agree upon j coshi are under sentence, began Tuesday
a verdict. Unless the case Is compro- afternoon. A. K. Doulhitt prosecuted
The Callforniaii arrived from Kahuliii
Tuesday lo load with sugar for her trip
around the Horn.
A. R. Hancock has been at Paauilo the
past two weeks doing electrical" work for
the Hamakua Mill Co.
G. I). Stipe of Olaa was in the city
Wednesday evening to meet his parents
who arrived by the Kinau.
Dr. Martin Wachs will leave Hilo in
nbout ten days for a short professional
trip through Hamakua.
Mrs. I.lslitiiati. who has been visiting
her .daughter Mrs. Ross, at Hnkalau,
goes to Honolulu today.
The books of local Territorial officers
are being overhauled by G. W. R. King
of the Auditor's ucpariinctit.
II. P. Dillingham, accompanied by Mr.
ami Mrs. Pond of Sail Prancisco. has
been on Hawaii the past week mid will
return to Honolulu this morning. Mr.
Pond is a capitalist from San Prancisco
and under Mr. Dillingham's guidance
hns made n thorough inspection of the
cane belt on this island. Mr. Dilliug-,
ham stated lo a TMIiUNlt reporter that he
had made n more thorough inspection of
the Olaa plantation this trip than he had j
ever made before. He is satisfied with
the conditions and prospects. Mr. Pond
has been most favorably impressed with
all he has seen on the island of Hawaii. I
for the Territory, nud It. I.. Koss
and W. II. Smith defended. The case
was something of a matinee nftcr the
Ptinncoshi main performance. The
same witnesses were again trotted out
and the Court waded through the trial nt
an IS hour a day shift.
All day Wednesday was devoted to the
taking of testimony and the making of
argument by counsel. The case went to
the jury at about 5 o'clock in the evening
and a verdict of acquittal was brought In
within two hours.
Ursl Foreign Chnrrh
The Model Husband," first of a series
on "Home, Sweet Home." Kverybody
welcome. P. L. NASH.
Mr. I.. Illanchard, formerly of the
accepted a position i
of this city. Mr. Ill
Juror Chalmers was excused the first of j Services next Sabbath at 1 1 a. in. mid
the week that he might attend the wed-; 7:30 p. m. Morning subject "The Keys
ding of his sister at llonohina. I of the Kingdom." livening subject
Wantho An apprentice, bright young
girl, to learn dressmaking. Por infor
mation inquire at TuuiUNit Office.
There will be a meeting of the stock
holders of the I.. Turner Co, Saturday
afternoon, Pebruary 28, al 3 o'clock.
Por Sai.K Por cut flowers, flower pots,
ornamental trees, etc., call on or address
JIM MORRIS, P. O. llox 343, Hilo. io-tf
Philip Peck, who has been confined to
his home by illness for ten days, is better
and will soon be at his place of business
Get yourself on the Tkiiiunk subscrip
tion list. News of the doingsof the Leg
islature will be a feature until that body
Mrs. Holland accompanied by Mrs. W.
11. Ricknrd who has been her guest for
the past two weeks came to the city Sun
day from Puna.
The Woodbury, Captain Harris, was
six days in making her last trip from
Honolulu to Hilo. Heavy storms caused
the slow time.
Mr. T. Stipe and wife of Sault Ste.
Marie Mich., arrived by the Kinau to
spend the winter months with their son
G. I). Stipe of Olaa.
Fourteen Chinese were nrrested on
Prout street Monday for gambling. The
raid was made by Lieutenant Kcalanui
and Officer Pistano.
The St. Katheriue, Captain Saunders,
arrived Tuesday morning 15 days from
San Prancisco. with a full cargo. A
Miss Webster was a passenger.
Mrs. Kent, who hud been a enest at the
"home of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Pearson for
'' mx weeks, returned to her home in Port
land, Oregon, last week via Honolulu.
Thank Olferlug Meeting.
The Woman's Hoard of the Pirst For
eign Church will hold a thank-offering
nud praise meeting in the Church parlors
next Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 17, from 3
to 5 o'clock, to which every lady in the
Church and congregation is cordially in
vitcd. It has been the purpose of the
committee to reach every one with a per
sonal note of invitation. It is hoped
there will be n heurtv acceptance.
This measure is taken to replenish the
treasury which has been depleted by the
many demands upon it. This society
subscribes regularly to the Free Wniakea
Mission, besides extending a helping
hand to other local benevolences.
A praise service will be held, com
Moana Hotel Laundry oi Honolulu, nas mcMcin,, promptly at Vis. nftcr which n
11 mi j-.mu. J4MU..I..J short musical and 111
will lie loi-
..-1 1 ! 11.:. " .. ...........
""""" ..".. i)e rendered. , Tills ill turn w
lowed by n social hour during which re
The criminal business of the January1 fresliiiieiilii will be served.
term will probably be brought to a close I --
ST. JAMES MISSION',
lllsltop Hcstni'lek Founds llllaTitrlsh.
of Episcopal Church.
Hishop Restarick while in the city last
week laid the foundation for the work of
the Upiscopal church to lc taken up by
Rev. Sydney A. Morgan who will soon
arrive. The Hishop formed the Hilo Par
ish which will be known osthe St. Jiunes
Mission. The following officers were ap
pointed: A. S. Lcllarou Gttrncy it ml
Dr. C. h, Stow, Wardens; C. A. Stobic,
Treasurer; J. H. Matculf of Papalkoti,
Clerk; W. II. Lambert, Thomns Cook
nud J. N. Philips, Committeemen.
Rev. Mr. Morgan will arrive In Hilo on
Ash Wednesday nud will hold the first
Upiscopal service in St. James Parish on
the first Sunday in Lent. Arrangements
are being made to hold services tempora
rily in the Hilo Hotel. The visit of the
Hishop found over fifty members of the
Upiscopal church in Hilo. These look
forward to n dny when they will have their
own church building.
While in the city Hishop Restarick
hcld'.t number of meetings both for busi
ness nud for worship. Sunday morning
at 8.30 o'clock Communion service was
held nt the Portuguese church. At this
service two christenings were performed,
Oliver Clarence Todd, the baby son of
Mr. mid Mrs. Win. Todd, mid Udgar Kala
ulkoti Cook sou of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Cook, behig baptised.
At 11 o'clock Hishop Restarick made
an address at the Hnilt church, Rev. S. L.
Desha serving as Interpreter. The Hish
op 'led' 'Hilo Tuesday to visit other por
tions of the Island.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
Chunee For Jobs For People Who
Are Posted Right.
The U. S. Civil .Service Commission
announces an examination to be held al
Hilo and Honolulu on Saturday, April 18,
1903, for the following unitied positions:
Clerk (promotion), elevator conductor,
penctcntiary guard, stenographer, stcno
grapher and typewriter, stenographer and
typewriter (Philippine service), stenographer-typewriter-
(Philippine service), tagger, typewriter,
acting-assistant surgeon (Marine Hospital
Service), aid (Coastand Geodetic Survey ,
assistant examiner (Patent Office), assist
ant topographer, civil and electrical en
gineer, computer (Nautical Almanac Of
fice), drafttmau: Architectural, mechani
cal, topographic, structural-steel, heating
nnd ventilating; electrical engineer,
farmer, hospital steward, Indian indus
trial teacher (male) junior civil engineer, '
matron (Indian service), meat inspector,
mechanical and electrical engineer, physi
cian (Indian service) and teacher (Indian ,
Proper application blanks and full in
formation ns to the scope ofcxnmiiiatioiis
may be obtained 011 request of the Col
lectors of Customs, Hilo or Honolulu.
Applicants must be citizens of the United
States, ai years of age, and not otherwise
physically disqualified for the service
sought. Applications must be filed with
the local member of the civil service
board, J. Castle Ridway, at Hilo before
March 5II1 or with Secretary A. II. Iugalls,
at Honolulu not later than March nth,
1903. . -
Going to Purchase Wearing Apparel?
IF YOU intend spending any money for wearing apparel
tHis mouth you arc especially invited to my store
on a tour of inspection.
REriEMBER, you arc under no obligations to purchase, as
I solicit business on only ONE argument QUAL
ITY and PRICE. X
IF I cannot get your trade on the good value basis it will
not be your fault.
COME and see GOOD GOODS at LOW PRICES.
todnv much to the happiness of all the
! ! -. ..!. f . n ... .... 1a. 1 lltvrtiiiili 1 t ftitfll
jurors wiiuiiuvuwiimru iiiiuuj;,i u iuii mm
tedious term with spartan patience.
The Junior Undeavor will entertain
their friends at a St. Valentine Social 111
tlie Church parlor this evening. Uach
lunior is allowed to invite one person
aside trom parents ami tcacucrs 10 1111s ,
Shipman's delivery wagon and njup
anese hack collided on the Hridge street '
Tuesday promising to end in a very bad j
mix-up. The assistance of bystanders how- j
ever extricated the two drivers from their
In the estimates of the needs of the
Territory submitted by II. U. Cooper,
Superintendent of Public Works, the
Island of Hawaii is remembered ns fol
lows for roads and bridges:
North Kona f 34,700
South Kotia 31,400
Puna (Volcano Raid $25,000) 35.000
South Hilo 42,00-)
North Hilo 15,000
Hamakun 55, 000
j North Kdhala 20,000
Under the Loan Hill the estimates by
! districts are ns follows:
I North Kona $ 10,000
'South Komi 23,000
Knu , 51,000
South Hilo 209,322
; North Hilo 28,000
lion of an Armory for Company I). II. N. "nuinMia 120,000
G., is being circulated. The need of such -. ... - .--
a uuililiug tor our miiiiia is piam aim an 1
the citizens are signing the paper without
Preparations ore being made for the
Colonial geruiau to be given by the
Hilo Cotillion Club Monday evening,
Pebruary 23, which guarantee that the
event will he a success. Many have sent
to Honolulu for costumes.
A petition to the Legislature asking for
an appropriation off 10,000 for the erec-
Wc have just received
a lot of the well known
The Social session at the Ulks hall
last Friday night afTbrdeda very pleasant
evening for all who attended. " The eve
ning was spent al various games ami
Haiti Union Service.
The services at the Haili church last
Sunday evening were witnessed by n
crowd of spectators so large that seating
capacity was not available. The program
dancing. Refreshments were served, was oue ol the most interesting yet giv
AmoiiL' the imcsts was
Hishop Restarick cu at the Union meetings'. The Haili
church choir rendered excellent music
11111I tltp Kuiiflni' schools from tlu outstrip
There lias been a long Chain of moves I mntrihntrri Intcrcstliu' exercises. Tin.
by Hilo families the past week. Mr. 1 Uaaheo Sunday school under the leader
Hraymer and family return to their si,j 0f Mnhnilua rendered songs and
former home on Waianueitue street; Mr. recitations. The scholars from the Puueo
and Mrs. Shoemaker move to the Harron ulm Wuiakea schools also sang and re
house in Puueo. The Harrons take the pit,.,! with cre.lit to themselves ami
Shaw cottage nt Reeds Hay and Mr. nud tt.,,cliers. The duet by Masters KulhK
htoliie will tavce tne Haley House on . lui ,, wn9 0f exceptional merit. The T
Konn-Kiiu Railroad May Pass Into
j Hands or Coast. Capitalists.
I Honolulu, Pebruary 6. Negotiations
j are pending by means of which the Kona-
Kuu Railway Co. will pass into the hands
1 of Wilson, Lyon & Co., the capitalists
I who have been in the country for some
j time nnd who have looked over the line
of the railway in Kona nnd nil properties
I appertaining thereto.
1 Jacob Coerper, head of the railway, was
seen this afternoon about the deal hut he
refused to talk, saying that no sale had
been made and that there was nothing to
be given out for publication. As a matter
of fact, it is true that no sale has been
made but that such a sale will be made
seems inevitable from the present maturi
ty of the deal.
All that can he learned at the present
time is that the railway is to pass into
the hands of the Mainland capitalists,
Mr. Coerper and his associates to retain a
share in the corporation.' The money to
the stockholders in the Koua-Kau Com
pany will be handed over in term payments.
Hilo Shipping News.
Chamiii'.ki.ain'.s Pain Hai.m has an
enviable reputation as n cure for rheuma
tism. Abundant testimony is at hand to
show its wonderful efficacy in curing this
painful and treacherous ailment. Pain
Halm is a liniment and is uiicquulcd as a
speedy cure for sprains, bruises, burns
and scalds. One application gives relief.
Try it. The Hilo Drug Store sells it.
It is-guaranteed pure and far ex-1
cells any other uoii-iutoxicatuiK 1
beverage on the market, having
been awarded the Gold Medal for I
the best Cider at the California In-1
tcruational Mid-Winter Imposition.
$4 per doz.y large bottles;
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
Pioneer Win unci Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum biking powders arc ths greatest
menacers to health' of the procc.t day.
HOYU 0X JfO0lCO .1 t!0'l.
pupils of the Hilo Hoarding School also
sang. Remarks were made by Rev. S.
L. Desha nud Rev. Mr. Nash,
J. II. Monigne and Mary M. "Chalmers
were married last Monday cvcuiuir nt 6
o, clock at the home of the brides brother 1
Mr. A. Chalmers of llonohina, Rev. Mr. j
Hill officiating, llesitles the members of
1 the family there were present at the wed-J
, ding Mr. nnd Mrs. Preil llreyman, Mr.
i nud Mrs. McGregor Deacon and Mr.
Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Moragne are nt pres
ent at the Volcano house. They will
reside in Puueo Hilo.
Peh. s, 1903. Kntcred, Am. Hark Rode
rick Dim, Hugath, M&tcr, 13
days front San Prancisco, gen.
uidse, value $39, 270.96.
I'eb. 6, 1903, Cleared, Am, Hark. Amy
Turner, Wnrlnucl, .Master, lor hau
Prancisco, 5994 bags Hoiioiuu
sugar, value. 23,152.34.
Pel). 9, 1903. Entered, S. S. Califofnian,
Harron, Master, from San Prancis
co, via Honolulu via Kahuliii, i;en.
mdse. value 1,400.
Peh. 10, 1903. Entered, Am. Hark St.
Katharine, Saunders, Master, 15
days from Sail Prancisco, geu.
mdse. value 24.394-4'-
Pel). II. 1903. Cleared, S.S. California!!,
Harron, Master, for Delaware
Hreakwatar and New York. Sugar
Pepeekeo, 4,091 hags, Waiakea,
11,200 bags, and 2 hags coffee.
total value 62,903.58.
lc Don't buy anything in 1
rm I. -, . . - Z . - .Z M
Luc 1 1 clinch L,iiie uiiui
I you have seen my fine I
1 stock. 1
I L. K. PEARSON I
I Peacock tiuildini. next to Bank Bridge St. I
SATISFACTION AND SERVICE
HA VIS MADE
Popular. The eye is satisfied with the style and finish; the foot is satisfied
wilh the perfect fit and absolute comfort; the purse is satisfied with a fair
price for a superior shoe that will give better service than the average artic e.
STETSON SHOES are a revelation in fashionable footwear.
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd
WEATHERPROOF COLD WATER PAINT
The Best Fire-Resisting Paint Made.
Has Much Greater Covering Capacity Than
Oil Paint and Costs One-Quarter as Much.
All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Work.
Send for Color Card and Price List.
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H. T.
I.ady's riding ami driving horse, cart)
and harness, saddle and bridle Inquire I
at Tkiiiinh Office.
Outgoing Klnau Idst.
T A Hayes and wife, Mrs A V Rich
ardhou, Mr and Mrs H A Doulhitt, Mrs
II M I, Walker. A
ham, Senator J T Drown and wife, Harry
llrnwn. (film ltriiwn lr.. It It I'ntul riml
...if., fiiu T...11.U Mra I Icli. ...... II A !?,. I
O C Hall, C P F.ggert, II Teggv, W 11 '
I.loyd and wile, Hishop Restarick, Sena
tor P P Woods.
A Metropolitan View.
inn .urs r. i wouuiui, .irs ijcrome, who, ill company wuu lien
""Am )y,IV1K,i!,l?;,vmtL'riOreen, is waging war on vice in
:vO II Ciiilick, II PDilling-l .... i r 11
r J T llrown and wife, Harry , cU' t0,1"' t!Xl"---f,5L'' " very unfashl
New' York, Jan. 24. District Attorney
Jerome, who, in company with General
hie opinion of the police ami police de.
lie siiil in part: "III my experience
of fourteen years I don't know 11 dozen
detectives who deserve the name The
detective bureau lias been and is the most
Klnau Passenger 1.1st. burnt force ever nemetrated on tile ercd-
1) K Dayton, CUiliuore, mid wife, Mrs tihius public, Or the detectives ami de
Geo Stra'.meyer, I) A Pox, Mrs De Mello, tective sergeants today in New Voik,
C U Meuian, Rev O II Gulick, C C Hall, ' there are not three who are worth a-.
Geo Wilson, T, Stipe, and wife, C C Krutii. . They can wear good clolhtm, board in
baar G V"R King, W IlerlowiU, C P disorderly houses and levy blnckui ill,
Hggert, II Tuggy, A W Iluugins, and sou but.as for detecting anything, a child of
0 C Hall. 1 6 years old could give them pointers
The annual meeting of the Stock
holders of the I Turner Co., Ltd., will
be held at the Company's Store, Hilo, 011
Saturday, Pebruary 2Jf," 1903, 1113 o'clock,
for the purpose of electing officers for the
ensuing year and the transaction of such
other btihinessas may properly be brought
before the meeting.
KlilTIl T. MACKlfi,
t pvMiuahle prices Sugar Coolers
Sxfi'j (tin by 18 inches; Two Smoke
hl..ekH 55 inches diameter by 100 feet,
lach I'm particulars impure' it Pepee
keo HiiKiir Co.'s Office, or Theo. II,
D.tvies K: Co , Honolulu. 13.4
All iccotints i)wiiig"to the American
Urnj'Ty Store should be paid without
Delay at thy office of A. 1. Sutton & Co.
A. 15. SUTTON & CO.