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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1903.
Dr. Stow goes to Honolulu today.
Albert Horner l in the city on biui
ncss. Mrs. Win. Fernandez goes (0 Honolulu
A. G. Curtis was down from Olaa yes
terday. J, II. Hole, nu old time IHIollc, it In
C. P, Denton goes t Honolulu today
The Kntcrprisc Is due to arrive lit Hllo
Monday, July 27.
A. Hamburg returned Wednesday toy
the Kinau front Honolulu.
1. II. McStocker is recovering from n
sever attack of the typhoid.
Whitman's Candles, fresh stock just
received toy h. Turner Co.
Turkeys and other cold storage goods
newly ufrlveil nt L. Turner Co. Ltd.
A. Humburg and W. R. C. Campbell
returned from Honolulu toy the Klnnti.
O. W. Lockingtou goes to I.ahalnn by
the Kinau today on business and pleasure.
.Admiral Ilccklcy was lift at home by
the Kiuau this week. He had the dengue.
Rooms nnd board for two couples at
A. Richlcy's, All modern conveniences.
Kenton & Ariolc were the lowest bidder s
for putting clown the water mains to Villa
Rev. Canon Anlt returns to Maui today
by the Kiuau. He made many friends
while in Hllo.
M. I'. McDonald is contemplating
moving the Premier Haberdashery to
August publications have nrrived at
Moses & Raymond's, Seethe Delineator
and Fashion Plates.
Fresh milch cows for sale or rent; also
one i8-mouth old Jersey bull calf for
sale. Antone Oak.
A. Hocking and wife of Honolulu made
this city a short visit tlnsweek, returning
home by the Kinau.
K. II. Austin ofW. C. Peacock & Co..
drove to Kuuon a business trip Thursday.
He will return Monday.
The Cinch Club will meet this after
noon at the usual hour at the home of
Mrs. Shaw nt Reed's Hay.
Mr. and Mriv Oat return to Honolulu
having spent n very pleasant vacation nt
Hilo and the Volcano House.
II. K. Cooper, Superintendent of Pub
lie Works, will arrive in Hilo on a tour
of iusjcctiou about August 12.
The Hilo Shimbun, one of Hilo's Japa
nese newspapers, has moved its offices
from Front street to Waiauuenuc street.
I will sell one dozen thoroughbred
black minorca hens and a few roosters
from my choice lot. Burt Sciiokn. 34tf
The flifth semi-annual statement of the
Bank of Hilo appears today, showing an
improved condition over previous state
ments. The Hilo lodge of F.Iks will give a so
cial dance tonight at their hall in honor
of the ladies who assisted' in the minstrel
Cocoauut Island is becoming more
popular as the summer advances. The
crowd at the Island last Sunday numbered
fully one hundred.
Loo Joe, the Chinaman who was coach
ing the Korean detective here Inst week,
has been rounded up in Honolulu on the
charge of extortion.
Mr. and Mrs. Oat, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ma
deira and Miss Martin returned Wednes
day morning from n very pleasant outing
na the Volcano House.
I. K. Ray's postponed auction sale will
occur'tomorrow. He will sell everything
from an oil painting to a flue cottage and
second hand iron roofing.
K. R. Stackable, Collector of Customs
nt Honolulu, arrived in Hilo by the
Kiuau'this week. Mr. Stackable is on
his annual tour oi inspection of customs
houses in his territory.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
traded by the crew. R. I GUARD,
Hilo, April it, 1901.
THE TWO GREAT
Are nt your service.
Our Six Years Old
In a good tonic nnd food for everybody
Kohl at n bargain.
PIONEER WINE AND
TEL. 33 CHURCH STREET
I.IVKI.V AT KlIiAUKA.
Flirty Spends l'lciiMinf Three Hays
nt Volcano liouse.
The Volcano House wns n lively plnce
this week, the number of guests for two
or three days being nbout forty. Man
ager Ilidgood was equal to the occasion
and while the house was crowded, he
made everyone comfortable. The guests
were given n dance Tuesday evening.
There was good music and n merry time.
Among those present from Hilo, were
C. C. Kennedy, Bruce Kennedy, J. Der
went Kennedy, Stanley Kennedy, Clar
ence Cullcmore, . A. Scott, Florence
Scott, Marguerite, Alvah, Irwin nnd Wal
lace Scott, -mid Mr. and Mrs W. I.
Returning Hiloilcs are strong in their
commendation of Manager Ilidgood nud
Mrs. Ilidgood for their hospitality nud
their general Improvement of the Vol
cano House. As a pleasant place to
spend n summer vacation, they recom
mend it to Island people without reserve.
I Irst Foreign Church
Services next Sabbath morning nt 11
o'clock. Subject "The Minister's Mes
sage." Everybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
Judge Little opened Court Tuesday in
Hilo, hearing probate nnd jury waived
cases nt Chambers. At the recent Hono
kna term there were nineteen cases in
which the parties waived trial before n
J. A. Kennedy of Honolulu is a guest
at the home of C. C. Kennedy. He came
over by the Mauua Loa and was at the
Volcano House yesterday. He will re
turn this week with his sons, who have
been visiting nt Wninkcn.
Marstou Campbell has resigned from
his position as nu employee of the De
partment of Public Works nnd will tnke
a trip to the Mainland. W. E. Rowell
will attend to the duties formerly looked
after by Mr. Campbell.
Captain Hutchinson of the Salvation
Army goes to Honolulu by the Kinau to
day to attend n specinl meeting of the nrmy
nt that place. During her absence, which
will be for ten days the army hall will be
closed only on Saturday and Sunday
W. II. Shipmaii, at his mountain home,
gave a luau Tuesday in honor of J. A.
Scott and C. C. Kennedy and their fami
lies, who were stopping nt the Volcano
House. The feast served was an elaborate
one and all enjoyed the occasion im
mensely. There were two nmss meetings held
this week by the FeQerntion of Allied
Trades to consider questions relating to
the welfare of that body. Monday night
nt the regular meeting seven new mem
bers were taken in and seven applications
placed oil flic.
Judge Little left yesterday morning for
n week's outing at the Volcano House.
Since an attack of dengue last June Judge
Little has been decidedly under the
weather, and while able to attend to his
duties has taken a week off on the advice
of his physician.
Rev. F. L. Nash will speak nt the Wal
nkca Mission, Sunday evening, July 36.
Mr, W. II. Beers will sing. This meet
ing at the mission is the opening of n
summer campaign, 110 meetings having
been held for some time. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
Mrs. R. T. Guard gave nu informal
party at her Reeds Bay home Wednesday
evening, complimentary to her two
daughters, Ruth and Stephanie, who ex
pect to return to school by the next En
terprise, It was n delightful affair and
was attended exclusively by young pec
pie. Dancing and cards were the princi
pal diversions and lasted until a late hour.
Summhk Complaint is the children's
most dangerous enemy and the mother's
most dreaded foe. Immediate and proper
treatment is always necessary. Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, given according to directions,
is the most effectual remedy known.
Every household should have n bottle at
hand. Get it today. It may save a life.
The Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
Last year the Hilo Cotillion Club cave
a benefit ball for the Hilo Hospital,
wlilcli resulted tn a generous sum being
raised. Mrs. Hayes of Olaa, while on
her trip home, purchased for the hospital
with this money, n number of China tray
sets for the use of hospital patients. They
nrc of exouisite Havilund China and are
very much appreciated by the hospital
management. Miss Giutoto, the matron,
expresses her thanks to the Cotillion
THE OLD RELIABLE
J THERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
LOST IIAU OF MO.M'Y.
Cureless Japanese Untie Oronrr II.im i
Akamoto nud Tnnakn, two cane plant
ers from Wniakca were in town Wednes
day nud claim to have lost n bag contain
ing $700 in coin in 11 manner that would
make ashamed the rawest Reuben that
ever landed at Castle Garden.
The two Japs cashed a draft for $700 at
the Hllo Wine & Liquor Co.'s store nnd
carried the coin nwny in n sack. They
stopped nt J. D. Kennedy's, nccording to
their story, nnd left the bag of colli 011
the floor In front of the show case, where
It was forgotten. They went out of the
store nud in n few minutes, remembering
their coin, returned to secure it. It had
been taken. They at once laid their
troubles before Sheriff Andrews, who is
J. D. Kennedy says he remembers that
the Japs were in his store nnd Hint there
were three or four other Japanese hang
ing nrouttd. He did not sec the sack of
money. The supposition is that the two
farmers verc.shadowcd by sharpers who
made away with the boodle.
Ladles In SmiiRhiip.
Mrs. Bergstrom and Mrs. Childs, her
mother, had n narrow escape from serious
injury while driving to Hakalau last
Saturday. At Papaikou gulch a Japanese
on horseback was standing in the road
and refused to make the road clear.
When Mrs. Bergstrom's rig was alongside,
the Japanese spurred hishorsc. It plunged
to one side and crowded the rig over n
twelve foot embankment. Mrs. Childs
leaped out and dd not go over. Mrs.
Bergstrom went over the side with the
horse nnd buggy nil in n heap. The
Japanese fled in fright and left the ladies
unassisted in their predicament. Mrs.
Bergstrom escaped with 110 broken bones
but she was badly bruised and shaken up.
Mr. Deyo came along opportunely and
rendered the necessary aid.
A warrant has been issued for the arrest
of the Japanese but he has not been cap
tured. J. J. Combs Wonted.
Honolulu, July so. J. J. Combs, for
whose arrest on account of nn nlleged
tendering of worthless checks to the
Wilder S. S. Co. and other concerns, a
warrant was sent to Hawaii some time
ago, surprised the police department nnd
everyone else acquainted with the case
by bobbing up serenely in this city.
High Sheriff Brown, by the Kinau,
received a letter from Manager Verden
burg, of Puako plantation, to the effect
that Combs was staying in n small fishing
village in the vicinity of Puako. The
High Sheriff was this morning informed
that Combs had been seen last night in
Those who saw him were officers of a
steamer of the Wilder Company and knew
him well. The police arc at present look
ing for the man.
Requiem for I'opo.
Next Tuesday morning, July 28th, at 9
o'clock, a solemn requiem service will be
held at the Catholic Church for the repose
of the soul of His Holiness the Pope Leo
XIII. Rev. Father Oliver will sing the
requiem mass, assisted by Rev. Fathers
Otto as deacon and Adrian as subileacou.
Rev. Father Ulrich of Puna will pre
side at the organ, with Brothers Henry,
Eugene, Charles nud Raymond of St.
Mary's School assisting in the choir. A
solo will be rendered by Rev. Ulrich.
Select pieces will be rendered by Misses
M. Gotivca and A. Carvalho of St. Jo
The Catholic clergy invite all members
and friends of the church to be present at
the service. FATHER OLIVER,
Kilo (juuriuitliio Station.
C. C. Kennedy received n communica
tion from Dr. Cofer at Honolulu this
week stating that work would probably
soon begin on the erection of buildings
for n United Stntes Quarantine Station at
this place. There are three sites under
consideration, of which n fifty-acre tract
half way between Sccouuct and Hilo is
Dancing nt Wulnuku.
Mrs. J. A. Scott entertained a number
of young people at her home in Wainaku
lust Friday evening in honor of her niece,
Miss Florence Scott of Massachusetts,
who is spending the summer in Hilo.
There were between twenty and thirty
guests, and the evening was spent with
dancing and cards.
St. .1 anios' .Mission.
Seventh Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 n.
in., Holy Eucharist; 11 11. m., Matins nnd
Sermon; 7:30 p. in., Evensong nnd Ser
mon. llulterlck 1'atteniH.
By every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
fi.oo per year; subscriptions received.
MOSES & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
Passengers by the Falls of Clyde which
sailed for San Francisco Wednesday
morning were: Mr, and Mrs. II. M.
Giddiugs, MIssEiigelhnrt, Miss Roderick,
Miss Lycau, Mr. Lycau, Miss Cnrr, C. E.
Lelnud and wife, Steve Avnrd, J. P. Sis
sou and Prof. Gugeuheimer.
Kilaueu Lodge of the Masonic order at
Hilo will do work in the third degree to
morrow night, which will bring the
membership roll to the too mark. The
occasion will be fittingly celebrated. All
master masons in good standing whither
soever dispersed are Invited to be present.
UWYUtS IHII.VT SUIT.
I'nys for Doubling
A prominent and well-to-do man living
In the suburbs of Hilo has had an expe
rience with the devious ways of the law
that wltl probably result In his permanent
retirement from the halls ol litigation
nnd possibly inspire him with a hlglicr
opinion of the Hilo bar as compared with
the profession In the Capital city.
The gentleman In question was arrested
and fined in the District Court charged
with maintaining n nuisance. He sued
the informant for malicious prosecution
nud lost in the Hilo Court. He then lost
faith in Hilo lawyers nnd procured tcgnl
talent in Honolulu. The Honolulu law
yers failed to procure for their client any
better satisfaction before the Court, and
besides, ns an aftermath, sued him for'
&00 attorney's fees. Nothing daunted,
the Hilo litigant secured n second Hono-1
lulu law firm, which brought suit fori
malicious prosecution in the Honolulu
courts, where the case wns thrown out on
the grounds of no jurisdiction. Now the
puguncious Hilo litigant is at cross pur.
poses with his latest Honolulu lawyer and
may have to employ the entire Hilo bar
to untangle his affairs.
Violin Hccltnl nt Spreclicls Hall.
Hilo's lovers of classical music will
have nu opportunity August 22nd of
hearing "Prof. d'Albcrt a violinist virtu
oso of no mean ability and standing in
the musical world. The P. C. A. speak
ing of a recent d'Albcrt recital says:
Progress Hall held n large nudlencc
last evening, nud it was one which seemed
to enjoy good music. The program, of
course, was largely given over to Mr.
d'Albcrt, and the various violin selections
gave him nu opportunity to display all
his technique and versatility. At times
his bow went rollicking over the strings
in the wild abandon of a caprice, nnd
agaiij was soberly restrained to the meas
ured cadence of a sonata.
In classic and in lighter music d'Albert
was equally at home, and the quality of
the melody was clear and decisive, show
ing complete mastery of the instrument.
The violinist opened the recital with
Greig's Sonate, op. 45, nttnckiug it with
decision, nud then carried his nudlencc
along with him in the varied moods of
Allegro molto ed appassionato, Allegretto
espresslvn alia Romania, and the Allegro
Anlmato, excelling in his interpretation
of the latter.
Mr. d'Albert won generous applause
when he finished the "Spanish Dance"
by Rehfeld, a composition so gently and
expressively handled as to seem almost
the voice of a child 011 his violin.
Wcllkuown local musical talent will be
Inyited to participate so that the evening
will be most enjoyable spent and should
prove a rntc treat to music-lovers of this
end of the island. This is the formal
opening of the remodeled hall nnd it is ex
pected that this high class christening
will attract n large house. Saturday even
ing has been set so as to not interfere with
the mid week engagements nud most
suitable to out cf town people who might
wish to attend.
Mutters hi Probate.
Judge Little held Court at Chambers
Tuesday nud disposed of n number of
In the estate of E. C. Hapai, the ad
ministrator was discharged nud bonds
In the matter of the guardianship of
Edun Charlotte Hapai, an infant, Mrs.
Hapai was appointed guardian with
bonds at $2,500,
In the suit brought by the Hakalau
Plantation Co. against Knhuliia, to quiet
title, the Court ordered n decree for the
plaintiff. Wise & Ros.- for plaintiff;
Smith & Par&ons for defendant.
In the suit of S. Tomigawa vs. J. W.
Mason, n bill for specific performance,
defendant's attorneys, Smith & Parsons,
demurred to complaint, which was argued
and submitted. Wise ' & Ross for de
fendant. In the estate of Kamali, it was shown
by R. A. Lyman, that the administrator
had died and petition was filed for the
appointment of F. S. Lyman. The ap
pointment was made and bond fixed at
In the matter of the guardianship of
Mrs. Akau, the Court approved n sale of
Court will convene again Thursday,
Overeml Kills a 1Mb.
H. S. Overeml gave u few of his friends
a pltasaut outing nud feast the first of the
week in honor of his birthday. The
party took a launch nnd voyaged
safely to the harbor of Wniole
down the coast. After n pleasant cruise
along the coast the boat lauded and the
members of the party made themselves
comfortable. The host had provided a
feast fit for n king. Roast pig nud nil the
accessories were setved. A ride home in
the launch completed the day, Those in
the party were: E. E. Richards, E. H.
Austin, Messrs. Benton, Ross, Mcintosh,
Lucas, Lycurgtts, Schoeu nud the host,
Outgoing Kinau List.
P. Peck, Mr. nud Mr. Gaorgc Lock
ingtou nud child, A. D. Kennedy, Stan
ley Kennedy, Geo. Wright, A. Htimburg,
C, P. Benton, A. Hocking nud vlfe; Miss
Slackard, Miss Williams, Captain Hutch
inson, Mrs. Fletcher Miss Myers, Master
Lake, Miss Martin, W. Anlt, Dr. Irwin,
Mr. and Mrs, Oat, Mrs. Win. Fernandez,
Theo. Wolf, A. C. McBride.
In order to reduce my stock of
following prices for nbout leu days;
Ribbed balbriggan undershirts and drawers, . . .
Regular price, f 1. 25, reduced to Ench
Silk-finish balbriggan undershirts and drawers, .
Regular price, f 1.25, reduced to Each
Blue mercerized silk shirts
Regular price, $1.65, reduced to
An opportunity to get first
class goods nt cut prices.
The illustration represents
BTi. one of our most serviceable
lKN shoes. It has stood the test of
KFHiy rough wear and usage, and lias
RPW proved nn excellent wet weather
KfF' tfem shoe. It is not n new make
HPWc1- ctwi w'1'1 us we 'mv5 been selling
fr m '' "r i'cnrfl t0 hundreds of satis-
R I led customers; in fact, we sell
Hfc. IMk more of this kind than any other.
JfMUtv. AKEm. Thisshoc Is an oil grain bluclicr,
mLKm&Lmrmtm. leather lined, nnd has a broad,
KwhBBJW"AJL heavy solp. A perfectly com-
WBfctPv J?3. ONCE USED, ALWAYS USED
88 Economic Shoe Co.
No.4C-S4.50. Limited, Hllo.
New Dress Goods
E. N. HOLMES
Has iust opened an extensive line of novelties in
WASH DRESS GOODS
Dotted Chambray Madras
Mercerized Silk Zephyr
Men's White Canvas Bals
Men's Plain Toe Calf Bals
Ladies' Patent Leather Slip
pers with Louis heel
Also n new stock
R. & Q. CORSETS
E. N. HOLMES
AN Saturday, July 25,1903
I will sell at auction on the premises two cottages on Pitman street) adjoining
the premises of W. S. Wise, known ns the "Kaiser Cottages."
Also on the same date I will sell nt public auction the corrugated iron roofing
of the Rossmond House which was damaged by fire.
And 011 the same date after the above sales I will sell at the miction rooms on
Church street oil paintings, two large rugs, 13 x 13 nlid 1 2 x 15 feet, one fire
proof safe, dry goods, groceries, etc. . e. RAY, AUCTIONEER.
Just received by S. S. China, two hun
dred canary birds, beautiful singers, nt
$2.50 each. Send in your orders to
C. II. BROWN,
Administrater for I). G. Cnmariuos,
P. O. Box 807, Honolulu. 2.1-cow
CATiior.ic church, n Kindt stkkkt.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian nud Portu
At 9 n. 111. Kiigllsit sermon.
At 7 p. in., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese and Benediction.
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. m.
F.very Sunday afternoon Kuglish in
struction for boys nud girls nt Brother's
nnd Sister's school from 2 to 3 p. m.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wants of the faithful. Mem
bers are requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
Subscribe for the TlUliUNlC, Island sub
scription f 3.50.
high-grade Underwear I will sell nt the
Each I4) I.UU
m. f. Mcdonald
select line of
Ladies' Kid Beaded Slip
pers with Louis heel
Ladies' Vesting Top Ox
fords Children's Shoes and Slip
pers of the celebrated
1:30 O'CLOCK P.M.
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, small bull calves,
canary birds and donkeys. Inquire Hilo
X KII.AUKA I.ODOP. NO. 330,
Ar F. and A. M. There will be n
special meeting of the nbove
lodge Saturday evening, Julv
'5. 19031 " 7:30 1- Work in third
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
By order of the W.M.
Mr. Maneol Franco e Vasconsellos of
Kalopa, Hamakua, is our agent. AH or
ders sent through him for wines, liquors,
beers, etc., etc.. will have our prompt at
tention. Bear in mind that we keep 11
great variety of the very best in our line
nt moderate prices.
HII.O WINK & LIQUOR CO.
Hilo, Hawaii, May C, 1903,