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VOLCANO IIOlMi: UIIAXUK. TUB VfONK-fUNAUlO NUt'TlAI.S.I
a (Hjr.r.u itAiit.
T. H. Kcyworlh returns to Honolulu
Is J. Atnweg was nil arrival by the
Kinaii till" week.
,. M.Whitchouscand wifego to Hono
lulu today by tlic Klnau.
Mrs. O. C. Stratciucycr returns to Ho
nolulu today by tlie Klnau.
Uooins for two couples at A. Richley's,
All modern conveniences.
O. W. R. King of the auditor's ofTiicc
returns to Honolulu today.
J. V. Mason midwife arc Honolulu
passengers today by the Klnau.
Mrs. T. J. Illggins Is a passenger by
the Klnau to Honolulu today.
Mr. and Jin, W. If. Shipinanand Miss
Miller are on u trip through Kan.
W. S. Terry returned Monday froti a
business trip through Unu and Koua.
I'cter Glbb was in from l'aauhau yt s
terday to attend the l'lantcrs' Meeting.
I'ok Sai.k. One buggy horse anil two
ponies. Apply Dr. Grace. IS 4
A.C. McKcnney returned Wednesday
from a business trip through Haiuaktm.
A very pleasant tea was given by Mrs.
W. T. lluldlnglast Monday night for Mrs.
W. U. C. Cainnbcll of Tuna was in the
city yesterday to attend the meeting of I
Tnko Mniiiigomriif. l
St. Clair Ilidgood, late of the Moano t
Hotel at Honolulu, arrlTcd by the Klniiu ,
this week and will assume the manage-1
litent of the Volcano House March t. ,
Mr. Ilidgood will change the entire
character of llu mountain hostelry, ma
king it first class in every respect. He
will make it n pleasant resort for the most
particular and desirable tourist classes of
the world and will make Ml especial effort
to create an attractive place for Islanders nud still brighter faces
GOING TO PURCHASE
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St. Clnlr IlitlKood Arrives Ami Will lirilliuni isroepiion in noun- 01 .nr. iuiii-uhk" ueruiicuu' unusps (iiick ,
and Mrs. .1. S. t'uuiiiio. h "ollc" In I'olir.o Courl-
Unsllnted hospitality held sway Weducs-1 K serio-comic affair graced the boards '
dayiiiglitnlthclionieofMr.andMrs.J.vS.ln the l'olicc Court last week wheiiasthe A Sltlt of clotllCS CJtll Jtt tllC "READY-MADE" Store
Canario, which was thrown open to their ronilt or a raid by Captain Keolanul, a ' J ni;iy &IVC VOU SI few dollars,
hosts of friends in honor of the occasion niHUt and wife were Inought before Judge! '
of the marriage of their eldest daughter, I
Melinda, to William J. Stone. The halls
and lauais and the spacious grounds were
thronged with guests who came and
went. Ilright flowers, brighter costumes
and Island families to spend their sum-1 reception room9, the refreshment
mer and winter vacations. Intensive im- . '..,, ,.,,..iunn frnm H rVW1
provements will at once be made in the " tlmidiiK pavilion from 8 o clocl
I. II. Schoen assisted O. W. U. King
this week in checking up Department
W. S. McLean and A. II. Jackson re
turned from Kau Monday where they had
been on business.
The minuet in all its Colonial statliness
will be one of the features of the Colonial
ball Monday night.
If you want n snap in shoes, cast your
eye over the Kconotnic advertisement on
the opposite page.
The reward for the capture of b'idelc
Torre, companion to I.opc?, was paid to
officers Pistano and Warren.
lack llergstroui, piano and organ tuner
will arrive in Hilo next week. Leave
orders at the Owl Drug Store.
Dr. R II. Rcid was taken suddenly and
seriously ill last Wednesday and is con
fined to his bed a very sick man.
Wantkd An apprentice, bright young
girl, to learn dressmaking. Ifor infor
mation inquire at TRlliUNIt Office.
. A. R. Hancock returned Monday front
Ilatuaktia where he hail been doing elec
trical work for the Ilainakua Mill Co.
The Roderick Dim will not sail for San
l'rancisco until tomorrow morning. The
storm yesterday nfteruoon detained her.
I'or Sai.k lJor cut flowers, flower pots,
ornamental trees, etc.. call on or address
JIM MORRIS, 1' O. Hox 343, Hilo. 10-tf
At the meeting of creditors last Mon
day at the office of T. C. Ridgway, J. K.
Gamaliclsou was appointed trustee in the
matter of the bankruptcy of Kishi Ilisa
kaclii. Lopez was brought into Police Court a
second time Monday and was sentenced
to five months further imprisonment
upon another charge.
Geo. Robertson, manager for C. Hrcwer
& Co. passed through Hilo last week on
his way to visit the l'almla plantation and
the Kapapala ranch.
Geo. C. Hewitt mnunger of the Hutch
inson Suirar Plantation was ill tile city
yesterday to attend the meeting of the
Sugar Planters of Hawaii.
C. E. Prcsson, chief clerk of the Rail
way mail service on the Islands was in
the city this week between lraats. He
returns to Honolulu today.
The funeral of Win. L. Rose was held
last I'riday afternoon from the Hnlli
church. An impressive funeral sermon
was delivered by Rev. S. I(. Desha,
The Hilo Mercantile Co has lately ad
ded to its rolling stock one single horse
lumber dray, made and manufactured in
Hilo a,t the'wagon shops of the Volcano
Stables and Transportation Co. The ve
hicle is a model of strength nud cannot
be beaten for lasting qua! hiss.
At the meeting of the Planters Associ
ation of the Island of Hawaii held yester
day, the following delegation was elected
to attend the quarterly meeting of the
Hawaiian Planters Association at Hon
olulu; Messrs, J. T. Moir of Papaikou,
John Ross of Hakalau audi). Forbes of
Dr. J. J. Grace received n cablegram
Tuesday announcing the serious illness
of his father at his home in New Zealand.
Dr. Grace will leave by the Kinau today
and catch the Sierra for New Zealand nt
Honolulu. He will be absent from Hilo
at least seveu weeks. While he is away
Dr. Archie Irwin will have charge of his
The coming of Mr. Ilidgood to the Vol-
cauo house is a part of an extensive and
determined plan on the part of the busi-
nra men or Honolulu to attract to tncse
Islands the growing horde of tourists In
the United Stales, who cac.li year go on
long journeys in search of pleasant climes
and scenes. Honolulu has learned that
a tourist after u journey of from 2500 to
6000 tulles desires something more versa
tile than n first class Honolulu hotel.
They wish to see the Hands as God made
them; to visit the villages and get near
the tropic heart of Hawaiian nature. The
Volcano House and Hilo and mountain
roads of this Island are to be included in
eery tourist's Itinerary, if the movement
originating in Honolulu succeeds.
One of the reforms Mr. Ilidgood will
I Inaugurate is the ten day excursion trip
instead 01 inc lour uav iriji. 1 ne piau
mingled in the
til after midnight. Music and happiness
had full sway. The guests were shown
what It is to partake of 'the open hearted
hospitality'of host nud hostess who never
raise the bar of formality in the way of
It was all In honor of the pretty cere-'
moiiy which made William J. Stone and '
Meliuda Canario husband and wife. The
ceremony was performed according to
the Catholic ritual by Rev. Father Oliver,
at 7:30 p. 111., in the presence of members
of the family and a few close friends.
Resides the family there were present,
Mr. and Sirs. George Mtimby, MissSut-'
ton, A. K. Sutton, Geo. S. McKenie, J.
D. Kennedy anil Gilsou Hell. The bridal
couple stood in mi alcove ill the parlor
beneath a canopy of flowers while the
words were pronounced that made them
includes two days stop in Hilo, a week at , olle Thc ,rj,icsmaid wns Mnrje Canario,
me voienuu mm n irip "ii un- umti nmv
to the Mauna I.oa then back to Honolulu.
Special rates will be made for these ex
cursions besides tlie special rate inai win
prevail throughout the year to all resi.
dents of Hawaii.
Mr. Ilidgood is a hotel man of fifteen
years experience having bad special ex
perience in managing Mountain Club re
sorts in different parts of Calilornia.
Suys (o Change School Sjstom Would
School Inspector Haidwiu
Hilo the first of the week
Mr. Haldwin states that the
that part of the Island are
local government in every
He says that the general demand for local
control of schools is surprising. He had
thought the people generally would be
willing to take up the management of
schools two years later, wltcn experience
would have been gained in othei branches
of local government.
Asked as to lus views, Air. naiuwtn
a sister to thc bride, and the groomsman
was Mr. I. V. Nichols. Misses Hlaiichc
and Millie, also sisters of the bride,
strewed flower petals in the pathway of
the pair. The bride was beautifully' at
tired in a gown of white satin with tulle
veil. She carried 11 large boquet of
Alter thc ceremony and the congratu
lations of immediate relatives was over,
guests began to arrive. Soon the large
mansion was alive with laughing wed
ding guests. These were received at the
entrance by Mrs. I.. M. Whitehouse, Miss
Haltie H. Hitchcock, J. Castle Ridgway
and C. II. W. Hitchcock. As soon as
wraps were disposed of guests were es
corted to the reception room and pre
sented to Mr. and Sirs, blonc. -
In the pavilion outside the Hilo baud I
1.1.I firMi.tstrfi ilicpmircfil .vn11mi( itmcMV '
redhot for ' flc j,rnnd march was played and thc ,,
particular, dancers fell in line, Mr. and Mrs. Stone
leading. The younger element among
tlie guests spent the remainder of the
evening in the pavilion alternating lively
dancing with frequent visits to the re
freshment hall. Among those who re
mained in the parlors waitresses passed
to and fro, serving all with delicate ices,
fruit and cake.
At about 10:30 thc bride and groom
! were missed. The rice and old shoes .
Hn.pai charged with a crime impossible
under the relation of wedlock. The pro
duction of a marriage certificate told the
eloquent story of n wedding at Honolulu
eight years ogo, at which the Rev. Mr.
Parker officiated. As a result of the
union four children were born and these
were sleeping In the home on upper Wat
anucmic street Wednesday night of last
week, when members of the police force
broke Into the house mid arrested their
parents for sleeping In the same bed.
The raid was made between I and 2
o'clock a. m. The houc was quietly
surrounded. A dark lantern was thrust
through n window and its gleam revealed
a husband anil wife, sound asleep beneath
one mosquito net. The preservers of tin
law forthwith entered the house and
placed the surprised sleepers under arrest.
The husband, being a prosperous mer
chant In Hilo. mi t mi ball tnmivi-lilo .lf,.
a long walk to the police station and to j
save iiimscit lrotu n uiglil in tail.
1 tie case came 011 for trial before Indue
Ilapal next morning and was continued
to Saturday by the prosecution. Satur
day morning, the case was gotten rid of
by a nolle prosequi.
The defendants in this most remarkable
case were Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fernandez.
Mr. l'ernaudez is in the grocery business
with J. G. Serrao 011 Shipmaii street.
Mr. and Airs. Hernandez were married at
Honolulu in 1895 and have four children.
What the aftermath of this peculiar
case will be is not known. The police
have to admit that 011 the comic side of
the play, the laugh Is on them. On the
1 serious side of the drama, the fact re
mains that it is not a safe cointuunin
I where married folks may expect tin-
'gleam of a policeman's bullscye to startle
I them from blessed dreams.
Tlic "READY-MADE" suits arc well tailored the
materials are as good ,as you would select in the piece ; the
ONLY reason they sell for ONE-HALF thc price of the
niade-to-order is because they are ready to wear. In appear
ance and FIT but few experts can tell one from the other
when seen on thc street.
SUITS FROM $8.50 TO $16.00 EACH
arrived in ;
from Kau. '
people in '
said: "lit common with otlici members
in the Department I consider that to turn ,llnl llml )ccu ilui,ien conveniently were
loomed as waste. It bad been quietly
Klniiu Passenger 1,1st.
W Lake, T Wolff, Albert K Nawahi
and bride, Mrs Keliipio, Mrs T 11
Ahlcong, Mrs Horn, VJ Aiuwcg, St Clair
Ilidgood, C IC Pressou, C L Wight, Geo.
Wilson, II W Halley, I) A Spurgeon.
First Foreign Church
Services next Sabbath at 1 1 a. m and
7:30 p. 111. Morning subject "Christian
Citizenship." livening subject "The
Model Wife." Kverybody welcome.
V. L. NASH.
I FOR 1903 j
j Don't buy anything in S
the Harness Line until
I you have seen my fine I
I L. K. PEARSON I
I Peacock Building, next to Bank Bridge St. I
over the schools entirely to local mail'
agement would be thc ruination of the
Mr. Baldwin also stated that there was
a movement among the teachers of all
the Islands protesting against any change
from the present centralized system. He
brought petitions from Maui to this
Island for circulation among teachers.
KXI) OF LOXfJ TKIUI.
Court, .lurors unit Lawyers
Knougli Lun For Once.
The January term of1 the Fourth Circuit
Court adjourned sine die, Wednesday
afternoon, after a long and arduous terms
work. The regular term and extension
often days were consumed in the trial of a
very heavy calendar of cases, In all
there were about 160 cases tried among
them several murder cases and will con
tests of importance. The work of the
term was pushed by Judge Little in his
strenuous style, a days session often last
ing from 9 a. in. to midnight. The long
hours and prolonged term weighed heav
ily on court, iurors, attorneys and litigants'
alike and all were glad enough to see the
circulated that bye and bye a coach and
1 four would arrive to bear the bridal party
away to thc Volcano House. Then it was
that the rice throwers were coining on the
stage, but they were fooled.
1 With the assistance of trusted friends,
the bride and groom escaped unmolested
from the gay throng and went to the
1 Soda Works on Volcano street where
' they found a team ami driver awaiting
1 them. They ctitcied the carriage and were
driven away to the Canario residence at
Kallmann. Upon their return they will
occupy a new cottage just utiislicd on
The invitations issued for the reception
numbered several hundred. Thc list of
those who were present would crowd a
I column of space.
St. Yulontltin Social.
The children held high carnival in the
First l'oreign Church last Friday night,
the occasion being a Valentine Social
' given by the Junior IJndeavorers, at
which the following program was
Recitation "A Hoy's Remonstrance"
Of Choice Japanese Goods,
ol Kagatam, Front street,
at the store
Hilo. near the
Okino Hotel, on Saturday, February ai,
at 10 o'clock a. 1:1., consisting of Silks,
Cotton Goods, Groceries, Perfumery,
Jewelry, Clothing, Shoes, one Iron S'lfe,
Hats, F.tc, F.tc, lite. Trms Cash.
At reasonable prices Sugar Coolers
5x6 feet by IS, inches; Two Smoke
Sucks 55 inches diameter l.y 100 feet,
each. For particulars impure, at Pepec
keo Sugar Co.'s Office, or Theo. II.
Davies & Co,, Honolulu. 13-4
Ijuly's riding mid driving horse, cart
audharucss, saddle' and bridle. Inquire
at Tkiuunh Office.
end. it was tue uiggesi terms worK ever Kccitation-"Not so Iiasy"..Robbic Ilyme
UU1IC UlliaillU Ul l.UIIUjIIIU,!!!!!! tlll.V
We have just received
a lot of the well known
all the scrapping is over, Court and jurors
alike are entitled to commendation for
zeal patience and industry displayed
The Thankoflering meeting held
Tuesday under the auspices of
Woman's Hoard was a pronounced sue
cess socially mid financially.
This society extends a helping hand to
many local benevolences, and the object
of the meeting was to replenish the treas
ury depicted by frequent demands upon it.
A short praise service conducted by the
president preceeded the musical and lit
erary program, which was rendered by
the best talent of Hilo and thoroughly
enjoyed by the large number of ladies
present. When the thankolTering basket
returned from its tour around the room,
it was found that the Scriptural injunc
tion "Good measure, pressed (town,
shaken together and running over" hail
been literally fulfilled, for nearly one
hundred dollars were added to the trea.s.
ury as the result of this gathering
lJ.iiulv iiotinuets wild mi
were presented to each lady
the social hour winch followed tlie pn
gram liglit refret.liijeiu were served
this gathering. "" .5- . 'a
liable quoUitious ' cHorls won
ady. and during Hilo improvements, 1
ollowed the pre 1-irlyn i'' railroai
The Hilo Drug Store received a new
cash register this week, which isainarvil
of complex mechanism.
It is ginrantecil pure and far ex
cells any other non-intoxicating
beverage 011 the market, havitiu
heen awaiUed tlie Gold Medal tor
the best Cider at the California In- '
teriiatioiial Mid-Winter Exposition. '
$4 pep doz., large bottles j
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
IMonccr Win unci Liquor Home
TEL. NO. 23 CHURCH ST.
Made from pure
cream of tartar.
Safeguards the food
Alum baking powders are the greatest
menaccrs to health of the present day.
HOVU DAK NO PO0!H CO., It VOIM.
Song Gertrude Willfoug, Catharine
Howard. Gloria Miguel, Lydia Dyrne
Recitation "What's the Good of a Boy?" j
Four Hoys '
Recitation "A Very Small Hoy"
Thornton Lyman I
Song Alex. Lindsay 1
Paper "The Day We Celebrate" j
Song "Soldiers llrave"..Lillie Krickson,
Alida Gertz, Dolly Gertz, Sallie Todd .
Recitation "The Noisy Seveu" '
, , .'.,.,. Antoiic Miguel ,
Song .Junior Quartette
j Try Company
Perhaps the greatest interest attached
I to the first appearance of the "Try Com-
I pauy": Wallace Patterson, Captain,
1 Iluster Stacker, Drummer; Soldiers
Chas. Lyman, foe Miguel, Autotie
Miguel, George Willfong, Charles Will-
foug, Robert Maby. I
The Captain spoke of the active part '
taken by his company in the early history
of America, and especially of tlieir help
111 laying the Pacific cable connecting
Hawaii with the Mainland. He Mid
uld be directed to
ilroad to Koua, a new
wmtri unu 11 ui:w liijiucviini r.acil t)lr
dier told what he expected to bn n tlie 1
future, mciitidnjiig " soiiiu well known
local character as u model.
At the clo-.e of the program Mrs. Val-'
entitle (well personated by Mrs Lindsay)
arrived with a huge mail for the little .
ones, anil for the next fuw moments I
hearts and cupids, bows and arrows wen-'
very tuueh )u eyidmico,
(a;jicn, refrcsliincuiii and n social time
followed, and many in leavine expressed
the hope that St. Valentine would pay
them another yisit in 1901, ' '
Oiitu'olnir Kti)! If,
C. I. Wlglil, V. J. Auiweg, C 1$. Pres
sou, Geo Wilson, K. A. Spur eon, W G.
Walker, L. M. Whitehouse and wife, Mrs.
T.J. Iliggins, G. W. R. King, Mr. G. C.
Ssrateuieyer, Miss Mclloyie, Mr,s. W.
Thompson. J. W. Mason and wire, 1).
Ross, R. Keyworth.J. T. Moir, John
Ross, D. l'orbes.
Ciiamiiwu.ain's Pain Hai.m has an
enviable reputation as a cure for rheuma
tism. Abundant testimony is at hand to
snow us wonderlul ellicacy in curing this
p.11111111 mm ireaciierotts ailment.
Halm is a liniment and is uiieiiiiale
speeily cure for sprains, bruises, burns
and scalds. One mini cat on iivt-s relief.
Ttylt. The Hilo Drug Store sells it. HILO,
(0 close out our Pianos and Organs
I we ofTer astonishing
)ro Organ $ 35. OO
)no Orgar. 90.00
)no Piano 1 20.00
no Piano 1 OCOO
SATISFACTION AND SERVICE
Popular. The eye is satisfied with the style and finish; the foot is satisfied
with the K-rfect fit and absolute comfort; the purse is satisfied with a fair
price for r. superior shoe that will give better service than the average artic e.
STETSON SHOES are a levelation 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.
Ail Colors, both for Outside and Snside Work.
Send for Color Card and Price List.
Wall. Nichols Go
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HnnMTP FiLirvi1 r
1 l ! J! I 11 1
H5MWT.3-R&T4 .. il 1
Hardware Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H. T.
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
ook is beautifullv Illustrated.
postpaid. Order direct of the
H Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.