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Geo. Stralemeyer goes to Honolulu to
lay. A. Lidgnte was in town yesterday on
Panama hats cleaned mid shaped by L.
I. V Shaw of Honolulu is in Hilo on
a business trip,
Attorney J. M. Vivas of nouolulu Is In
Hilo 011 business,
Dr. C. A. Wall returns to Honolulu to
day by the Claudlne.
llrucc Kennedy has returned tu school in
California via Honolulu.
Miss Yodcr returned by the Clnudine
from her vacation on Maul.
L. K. I'carsou, the harness limn', is on
a business trip through Kau.
Company F of the Hawaiian National
Guard is due in Hilo September 2,
Attorney II. I,. Ross .left Wednesday
morning for I'ahnla on legal business.
Chas. M. LeBlond came home Wednes
day from n business trip to Honolulu.
Geo, W. Lockiugtou leturncd by the
Clnudiuc from n business trip to Mnui.
W. Fcrnandcs nud family came home
by the Clnudine from n visit at Honolulu.
Rooms and board lor two couples at
A. Richlcy's. All modern conveniences.
W. von Graevctucycr leaves by the
Claudlne today to visit friends on Mnui.
Miss Ruth nud Stephanie Guard re
turned to school at Sail I'rnncisco by the
Stnuwood Dodge, who accompanied his
father to Hilo, is ill with the dengue at
Father Oliver, Brother Kugcuc mid
Ilrother Charles go to Honolulu today by
Mr. nud Mrs. K. I. Mackie entertained
a small party at dancing nt their home
last Friday night.
Notice of n meeting of the I'recinct
Club in the Fifth Precinct nt Papaikou is
published in this issue.
Wniakea mill finished the season's
grinding last Wednesday with 11 total out
put of sugar for the year of 9,300 tons.
Fresh milch cows fot sale or rent; also
one 18-month old Jersey bull calf for
sale. Antonk Oak.
Fresh pining, peaches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage delicnces
go to California Fruit Market.
The Iroquois, Captain Rodman, from
Honolulu, was in port the past week.
She sailed for Honolulu last evening.
A number one Japanese cook desires
place with white family, liest of local
references. Inquire nt Triuunm. -jo-at
The Misses McStocker, the Misses
Shipman and the two Vicrra boys were
passengers on the Enterprise, returning
A. E. Sutton nud Miss Sutton left Hilo
by the Enterprise last Saturday to reside
permanently in Sail Fraucisco. They
will locate at Lodi.
John Watt, who came to Hilo n little
over a week ago, returns to Honolulu to
day with a full acquaintance with the
Hilo brand of dengue.
Miss Hawxhurst returned to San Fran
cisco by the Enterprise after on extended
visit iu Hilo with her brother Robt.
Hawxhurst Jr., mid family.
Femdale, Mrs. G. W. Paty postmistress,
is the neu est postofficc on the Island. It
is located on the Hilo Rnilroad between
Olaa nud Mountain View.
Mrs. W. II. Little nud children were
passengers by the Enterprise for Oakland
where they will mnke their future home.
Mr. Utile will join them townrd the end
of the yenr.
Food Inspector Hering has ordered all
dealers in fruit to place their wares in
boxes upon raised platforms. The rule
is being complied with nud will please
The officials of the First Foreign
Church have sent a call to Rev. Mr.
Shields of Columbia, Ohio, to accept the
pastorate ot the Hilo church to succeed
Rev. F. I,. Nash.
THE TWO CREAT
Are at your service.
Our Six Years Old
Is a good tonic and food for everybody
Sold ot a bargain.
LI MITE I).
PIONEER WINE AND
TKL. 23 CHURCH STREET
CHATKIt NMOKKS UP,
Itot-k Slide is Hut Temporary l'litir
In KIIiiuoa'k Throat.
At the close of last week the crater nt
Kilauca was again sending up its custom
ary giant column of sulphurous smoke
and steam, much the same as belorc the
great rock slide leuiHrarily ctogged Us
throat. To all appearances the stony de
bris thai piled into the crater melted or
sank aw ty and gave vent to the heated
Visitor returning Saturday and Sun
day state that the old crater bed, the
steam cracks and the caves were hotter
than they had been for months. The
supposition is that the. temporary filling
of the main vent caused the heat to dis
perse iu all directions seeking an outlet
wherever crack or crevice or lava chim
ney offered escape.
Since the first big rock slide, reported
in the Triiiunij, there have been numer
ous smaller cave ins, causing almost con
tinuous rattling of falling stones. This,
however, is not nu unusual feature of the
big crater, ns visitors on the brink nearly
always say that one of the most exqui
sitely appalling phnses of the spectnele is
the grating nnd sliding of gravel anil
stones down the walls.
Dcntli of Mrs, George Deacon.
Honolulu, Aug. II. Mrs. George Dea
con died very suddenly at Wnialua of pa
ralysis at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
She survived the stroke but half an hour.
Her age was sixty years. Mrs. Deacon
was the wife of the engineer of Wnialua 1
mill, besides whom she leaves two sons,
one of whom is on Hawaii. Henry
Deacon, manager of Pepeekeo, isa brother
of the licrenved husband
The funeral party will come to town iu
the afternoon train today and the burial
wn, U.KL- ,...., imuic.iiateiy iu nuumiu
cen.etary. Rev. Canon A. Mackintosh
will conduct u brief service at the grave. ,
Mrs. Deacon's death is a blow to the ,
many friends of the family ... Hilo,
where the Deacon's .resided several years. .
A letter to friends here states that up to
the moment of the stroke. Mrs. Deacon
was in perfect health nnd spirits. She
was planning for an afternoon drive nt
the tune the paralytic stroke came.
Hrsl Foreign Church
Services next Sabbath moriiiug at 11
o'clock. Subject "A Gracious Invita
tion." Everybody welcome.
F. L. NASH.
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John llakcr will speak at the Waiakea 1
Mission Sunday evening ot 7 o'clock. It .
is hoped that a large audience wil) con
front the speaker, who always has inter
esting things to say.
The new reading room at Waiakea
Mission was opened last Saturday night
and between '30 and 40 visitors were pres
ent. Miss Wight requests all friends of
the mission to donate magazines and
The Elite Steam Laundry has been
leased by Mr. Mumby and is now under
the management of E. Biela, who
give the business his entire attention, Mr. I
Biela proposes to improve the service
until it is equal to the best.
John Baker returned Wednesday from and elevates. He is to be heartily con- j
Waimea where he has been for some gratulated on the lost and best of his
weeks looking ufter his ranch interests, j series of recitals, and it is a matter of re
He has just added to his stock ninety gret that he Ins to leave us. His playing
head of cows and proposes to build up requires a knowledge embracing the var-'
one of the finest dairies in the Territory, j ious schools of music, and it was with a
There is promise of a wedding in Hilo thorough grasp of the compositions that
within the next few weeks. If there is I M "'Albert succeeded in delineating
no hitch iu the arrangements, the public I their jneaning iast evening, working out
will have n chance to witness the cere-' lue themes in all their intricacies through
mony. A iec will be charged and the a ",aze; of technical structure to a most
proceeds devoted to a well known and appreciable rendition. Neils Gade offered
worthy institution. , (in his trio Op. 42) ample scope for work
Foil a 1M in in the side or chest there j of this "nture- U was Pla'e1 10 Perft:c
is nothing better than a piece of flannel ' tio,i; Us brca(Uh of character being su
dampened with Chamberlain's Fain Balm i perbly trenlc,lat llle bands of M. d'Albert.
and applied to the seat of pain. Ti,j9' Vancouver Dally Province,
same treatment is a sure cure for lame I Scnt8 "lay be 0,,l,,i"ed ot the Owl Drug
back. One application gives relief. Try I SlorL"' "'"' out of tow,lers ' bavc them
it. The Hilo Drug Co. sells it. 1 reservci1 Qml 1'dl until 7:30 p. m. of the
The Knterprise left Saturday for Son
Francisco with n cargo of sugar and the
following passengers; A. K. Sutton, Miss
Sutton, Miss Hawxhurst, Miss Ryerson,
Mrs. W. II. Little and children, Misses
Stephanie and Ruth Guard, Misses Mc
Stocker, Misses hhipuian, Frank nnd
NoTlCK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line
will be responsible for anv debts con-1
tracUd In the srm. U IV tilTATJIl I
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Hilo, April 10, 1001
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HEHE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
THH WHKKLV HILO TRIBUNK, HILO,
President P. Peek Will Proceed to
Sccnra Itlglit of Way.
P. Peck returned Wednesday by the
Kinaii having successfully consummated
the reorganization of the Kobaln-Hilo
Railroad Company at Honolulu. The
new officers of the company arc; Philip
Peck, President; John T. Molr, 1st Vice
President; J I Drown, and Vice Presi
dent; Geo, H. Robertson, Treasurer; A.
Lewis Jr., Secretary; John J. Grace,
Adam Lindsay, Aug. Ahrens, Joseph A.
Mr. Peck stated to a Tkihonk repre
sentative yesterday, that the first thing to
be done now is the relocation of the line
and the securing of right of way. The
matter of the right of. wny had consider
able attention under the former manage
ment, but iu many cases only verbal ar
rangements had been made. The right
of way business will be reduced to black
nnd while nnd each subsequent step will
be taken with the businesslike precision
that has marked all that has been done by
air. Peck. In speaking of the right of
way, Mr. Peck said: "We have every
reason to npprehend no difficulty or op
position and expect to close the matter
with reasonable promptness. Then we
will be ready to let contracts for construe-
Of the nine new officers chosen four
are personally identified with Hilo iu
business, and the Honolulu men also rep
resent extensive interests on this Island.
FRONT STKEKT IIOUIiKVAKD.
Negotiations to Mnke It Highly Feet
Wide Arc Under Way.
Frnllk S. Drillcri- atl.wrl.iln.wljit, nf 4l.n
lsllop cslalC( ,,, bce , t),e ct Uje
,Mrt wcek ,, buiillcM for the cstate The
cspecial Mmtlcr ,,riln,g Mr. Dodge to ,
ilo nt lhfs tlulc is lhc ,lcn, l0 wBMel,
Pront strcct from l0 to the Waiakea
nver. nurim, Ulc UCUI1bcllc of , '
,lovt, u was arranged to make of Front I
street a sixty.footthorougl.rare.thc llishop I
estale agredllK t0 llonale lhc ,nml lo nmkc ,
lllis wi(UIl. Umler the agreement the ,,. j
,)rovemellt wns to Imve ,)ecn com,)lclC(, n,
the close of Iast year Mr I)o(, s,nle9
Uint Ule lrllstccs of the eslatc nre ,U1, 1
willing to carry out their part of the old ,
deal. 'The Hilo Road Hoard, however,!
wont to make Front street nn eighty-foot I
boulevard, and negotiations ore under)
way witli Mr. Dodge for an additional
jtweuty-foot strip of land. The llishop1
estate lands extend a distance of 2000
feet. Mr. Dodee is now nwnhimr the
arrival of Superintendent Cooncr. who
will be iu Hilo the first of the week. At
that time the matter will be taken up nud
Mr. Dodge will nlso take up the matter
of right of way for the Kohala-Hilo rali
road through Bishop estate lands. The
estate will impose no terms which will
impede the early construction of the road.
Adlcuxs to M. d'Alliert With Koirrct.
Ill biddiliK adieu to Vancouver. M.
d'Albert takes with lilm t1iiriiiftilm.n
that he has stirred up musical Vancouver
from the lethargic to a keen enthusiasm
and appreciation for music that stimulates.
evening 01 August 22.
Lolllond Comes Homo.
Hon. Chas. M. LeBlond who returned
Wednesday from Honolulu says regard
ing the disbarment sensations of the
week: "The general sentiment in Ho-
uolulu, among all classes rejiardless of
previous sympathies or factional feeling '
is that the decision of the Court was
severe. The most that was exnected bv
' ooy or the people was that a rcpri-1
tnnm wnul, I,. !,
.,v h..v.,i, I
j As to the proceeding likely to be under
Ukcn by the respondents it is rumored
that they will prefer charges of a grave
nature against Justices Frear and Perry.
Outgoing Claudlne Passengers.
Geo. W. Cleveland nud wife, S. I. Shaw,
C. W. Hudson, Prof. Rebec, Dr. A. C.
Wall. W. II. Hoogs nud two children,
: Miss R. Green, Miss K. Green, W. R.
j Von Gravemyer, John Watt, IJ. J. Walker
! Bro, F.ugene, Bro. Chnrles, Father Oliver
R. II. Overend, Geo. Stratemeyer, Mrs
W. Rose, G. A. Davis, R. Wooley, W.
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J 11111 ex' Mission.
lentil Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 a. in.,
Holy Kucharist; n a. 111., Matins and
Sermon; 7:30 p. m., Kveusong and Ser
mon. J.C.Ridgway, National Bank Kxauiin.
erof the lerntory has finished the ex
animation of the National Bank of Wni
lu'iii and will go on to Honolulu and ex
amine the National Bank at that place.
I Mr, Ridgway leaves Honolulu August 18
for a trip to the Coast. During his ab
sence from Hilo, T. C. Rldgwny will be
I Deputy Collector of this port.
HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUOU8T 14, 1903,
MT. V1KW IIKTOUTN. '
iHny "Olaa" Does .Not Know I he 1
Andrews Alphabet. I
I Mountain View, August 13, 1903.
Editor Triiuinic There would be
more enne raised in Olaa if "Olaa" and
others would spend less time trying to
write political letters to the Herald in
stead of attending to their legitimate
duties of raising cane, or giving us a dc
cent Volcano road. Anyway, "Olm's"
letter conveys nothing but n lot of rot
which he could have expressed iu half a
dozen words. He does not pretend to
answer any of my accusations uiraiust
Andrews. Now, what are the facts?
That's what the voters want lo know.
The Herald seems to take "Olan's" part,
not that that matters much, nud asks me
to name n candidate. That is neither my
right nor my privilege, and as nu Ameri
can citizen 1 am willing to leave that to I
the wisdom of the convention when it '
meets. Hut I do have the right and con
sider it tny duty to warn the voters of the
Republican party against nominating n
man who will surely lead it to defeat for
reasons I staled last week, and can rein
force with still stronger ones:
If the Herald which seems to be
acting as Andrew's campaign manager,
denies that he isdicki ring with all parties
and factions to secure the nomination, it
is working iu the dork. A leading Ha
waiian told me the other day thot n deal
is on foot to gain for Andrews the Ha
waiian support, the price being the sacri
fice of i prominent official. So much for
Mr. Andrews as a loyal Republican offi
cial. How about that garbage contract? And
rews loses $300 a mouth does he? Well
any man Who sticks to n losing business
which he is uot compelled to maintain is
a fit candidate for a lunatic osvlum not
sheriff. Hut how about his striped con. ,
victs that pilot his scavenger ships? How 1
much per day does he pay iuto the Sheriffs
office for their labor. Who pungles up
for his horse feed? Andrews, my deal,'
confess. How about these grafts?
And will you explain Mr. "Ohio," why
was Ben Brown reinstated?
And those saloon licenses which were
opposed by the people but which were
issued because the Sheriff knew more
than the people, can you explain them
And those wonderful talents for keep
ing law and order iu n community at a
cost of 30,000 a year, when two or three
good men like Overend and Kelley could
teep even the (leas from being trouble
some and they are worse than any dauos.
Where does Andrews come in ihcn?i
"Olaa" go slow. Men of you ilk wrecked
the Republican party a year ago. Are
you trying to do it again?
K1NAU ON DRY DOCK.
Wilder Flagship Will bo put hi
Honolulu, Aug. 10. The steamer Clou
dine is to take the Kinau's run to Hilo
and way ports this week. She will sail J
at noon tomorrow as usual. The Kinau j
will be laid up this week to have her hot-'
torn cleaned. When this is done the 1
chances for an even race between the
Wilder flagship nud the Mnuno I.oa be
tween this port and Lahiiia will be more j
even than tlif-v w. tit, .net I.,. ,l.n. I
.. ... ..... .us., nun; umi
the two boats made the run together.
On that occasion the Kinau, on account
of the foulness of her bottom was strictly
"not iu it". Now, when lioth the rival
flagships will be clean and in good order,
the contest for the supremacy lu the
island waters should be a fair and inter
The steamer Maui will take the Clou
dine.s run to Maui ports this week and
for sometime to come, starting Tuesday
at s p. 111.
Admiral Beckley and Freight Clerk
Tom Buruiiighani of the Kinau will take
- " ' '
me v.iau(iiue out on iter Hilo run this
wcek. Purser Kiblingand Freight Clerk1
iMilllltn i,nv I.., ,r.,or ir .1
1 lillltps Have ncen transferred from the
Claudine to the Maui and will remain 011 1
111:1 us iuiiu us sue ioes oil me .Maul run. I
mine -10U1 mil.
Maui has been'
T , ,
le. Purser Lewis I
Purser O'Brien of the
transferred to the Helen
of the Helene U doing shore duty on the
wharf. Bill Jarrctt has been transferred
from the Wilder whnrf office to the head
office during the absence of Mr. Littlejohn
ill Hilo. ThesteamerClaudine will, when
she returns from Hilo next Saturday, be
mm up lor several months, during which ,
si,e will be subjected to repairs and niter
. . J itj.aiis itiui imu
atllllis. Till. ilix-L- nn,l n, ,.
-..- ..-.. ... w,iui, iuuiii lum
payments ot tnc steamers mentioned re
Claudlne Passenger List.
C. II. Rose and wife, A. Barns and
wile, C. M. LeBlond, J. M. Vidos, Mrs. J.
Nawahi.G. B. Kulins, W. Fenandes, wife
and 2 children; I. W. Show, 15. W. Cleve
land and wife, W. A. Purdy, Major Cor
thy, Geo. Lockington ond wife, Miss
Yoder. Miss Burning. 1. M. item-v. ir.l
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Rebec, C. M. Hudson, Mrs. M. W. Dodge, I
Miss II. Henrv,
w. 11. u. uininbell. I. K. n,,nm is.n.
tf e -.. . r n . ...
I-. S. Grey, J. P. Amarnl, W. A. Fetter
and L.S.Aungst of this Island have been
drawn to serve as Federal Grand Jurors
the rh.nurvuM', " "7 , ?"
he trial jury the following front this Is -
land have been drawn: M. G. Santos.
R. W. Jones, P. Peck nud Wm. Green.
The schooner Bertie Minor, Roveu
master, discharged her cargo of lumber
for the Hilo Metcantlle Co. nud sailed iu
ballast Inst Tuesday for F.ureka.
At the Haberdashery
Warm weather is life's great burden if one Is not properly clothed.
Alpaca Coats, $2.75 to $5.00 Each.
Serge Coats, - $4.75-to $7.50 Each.
Duck Coats (Military style), - $2.50 Each.
Duck Trousers, - - - $1.50 Each.
Property to Leasefor a Term of Years
At Mountain View, elevation i.soo feet, fronting Volcano Road, close
to the railroad station. Area 100 acres, oi which
Twenty acres is first rattoon cane field properly cleared and plowed.
Ten acres Hawaiian oranges 4 ycafs old.
Nine ncres Putin limes 3 to 4 years old.
Five acres imported grafted citrus fruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons)
Two acres grafted fruit nnd oranges iu bearing.
Two acres limes and mandarines nearly bearing.
Fifteen acres 5 year old coffee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly in bearing plowed land.
One acre pine apples iu bearing.
One-fourth acre furniture bamboo imported varieties.
One-fourth acre vegetable garden plowed laud.
One acre of flower garden.
Four acres of fenced pasture.
Five acres ol cleared land read' to be planted.
The rcit ol land is forest.
One 9-room dwelling house with broad, glazed verandah.
One 2-room separate cottage and verandah.
One sixty foot building, comprising drying house and rooms for
Two large water tanks, stables and cattle barns, several sheds, large
No rocks except one comer often ncres. The rest of soil four, to six
Healthy locality. Marine and mountain view. Hilo town and port
within one hour by railroad, running three times a day. Freight charges
f 2.25 a ton. Telephone on the premises. Postofficc, railroad station and
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the
Besides this and together with it, or separate, 250 acres of partly im
proved land nt 22-iuiles trail, to-wit: Olna lots Nos. 306, 307, 321, 322 will
The lessee may acquire such personal property on the premises ns he
desires to retoiu nt reasonable prices horses, cattle, furniture, fowls, etc.
For further information address
v Catholic Services.
CATHOLIC CHUKCII, I1KIDGH STRWtT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian and
At 9 n, m. Knglish sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, sermon iu Portu
guese and Benediction.
n-.i wiua 41UIJ -iiu&l cvtlj
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
, RvJry Sunday afternoon Fnglisli In
struction for boys nud girls at Brother's I
.i o:L,,. ..,' , r" , ,
Day or nMit the Catholic clerKV will I
"ucim iu wie whiusui uiu laiuuui, iiieiu
""' i" uii: wuiuaut uiu ittuuuu. iuein- 1
be.rs "r.c requested to notify the parish
priest iu due time of baptisms, marriages
Till- l?tltlriiriu tnnt 1 1ir fnllniulii.r mrirn
on her last trip:
Aug. 8-S. S. Kuterprise, Miller, for
San Francisco, with the following passen
gers and cargo:
Passengers A. P.. Sutton, Miss Sutton,
Miss Ryerson, Mrs. W. II. Little nud
child. Misses Guard, Misses McStocker,
Sugar Hukalau Plantation, 16,000
bags; Hilo Sugar Co., 13,572 bags; Woia
ken Mill Co., 10,250 bags; Olaa Sugar
Co., 1,880 bags. Total, 4 1, 622 bags, volue
Jt59.858.37- Bananas 1001 bunches,
value $573.25. Coffee 21,300 lbs., value
value f 1,588.52.
Jj,993-5. Hides and Skins 18,378 lbs.,
ti ,853.26. Total cargo, 166,867.40.
VouI(1 nay ,
, emcr, uic promoter oiuaseuall
, ,0 tcll9lhc Tiuliu.vl to b;ly t0 0.
!110hllu tlmt lllu IIilo boy. are ready to
,)lav ,M wiUl ,v comt.rs; e cte ,
'"St ' o. wbteh but
1 lwo ,.rrors WL,ru lm(lc lis erileri f
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...- .. w. j.tt.w... ,,. miit, 4 DVIUUU
league is now being formed iu Hilo which
will add to the growing interest iu the
Subscribe for the TuiUUNH, Island sub
scriptiou f 2,50,
m. f. Mcdonald
The Illustration represents
one oi our most serviceable
shoes. It has stood the lest or
rough wear mid usage, nnd has
proved nu excellent wet weather
shoe. It is not a new make
with us we hove been selling
it for years to hundreds of satis
ficd customers; in fact, we sell
more of this kind than any other.
leather lined, and has a broad,
heavy sole. A iicrfcctly com
fortable rutins shoe.
ONCE USED, ALWAYS USED
Economic Shoo Co.
S SPRECKELS' S
t NEW MUSIC HALL 3
Prof. E. G. d'Albert
-s VIOLIN VIRTUOSO
rr Who detnoiisirnti-il nn nr
S ciolivc audience of the musical
n critics of Honolulu the right to
SS: the title by his complete mastery
ui me iiisiruuieiu, will give a
recital at Spreckels' New Music
g Saturday Eve., Aug. 22 s
MRS. j. T. LF.WIS 3
MRS. PAUL BARTKLS 3
5 Soprano Soloist 3
ST C. N. PROUTV, Ju. S3
Ilaritoue Soloist 5
HI ADMISSION, - $1.00 jj
g (All Reserved Seats.) "ZZ
E Seats will bo on sale at the Owl S3
y Drug Company August 7th. 3
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, Java sparrows,
cunnry and ojtlier birds, donkeys, potted
jialiiisaiid ferns. Inquire Hilo Drug
From Horner's Ranch, a sablu and
white female collie; large white ring
around neck. Please notify Homer's,
Did you know you can exchange your
old machine for a new Singer. In
payments. Telephone 178.
MOSF.S &. RAYMOND, Hilo.