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TIIH WUBKLY HILO TRIBUNE, IIII.O. HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST at, 1903.
Panama lints clrntieil mill shaped liy 1..
J. M. Vivas relumed lo Honolulu today
by tlie Kinnu.
The Kinau nrrivcil in Hilo tills week
before 3 j). 111.
C. At Slohic noes to Honolulu today to
be none n week
Miss Alice Wot returned from Mono
Kenneth Winter went to Honolulu to
day by the Kinau.
1'ost Office Iuspectoi llricker is in Hilo
nil oilicial business.
High SherilT A. M. llrown came up by
the Kinau this week.
II. Wicks came home from Honolulu
by the Kinau Wednesday.
Dr. C. L. Stow returned Wednesday by
the Kinau from Honolulu.
The IJntcrprisc arrived nt San Fran
cisco, Tuesday, August IS.
Peter I,ce was in the city yesterday
getting next to the situation.
C. U. Illacow returned to his home in
Hatuakua yesterday morning.
II. IJ. Cooper nud pirty take the Kinau
at Mahukoua today for Honolulu.
W. II. Lambert returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Honolulu.
IJ. lliela, manager of the Ulltc Laundry,
goes to Honolulu today on business.
.Mrs. F. Carlton returned this week
from an extended visit in Honolulu.
Judge Little and Clerk Daniel Porter
returned Inst evening from Houokaa.
Rooms and board lor two couples nt
A. Richley's, All modern conveniences.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Whitcliousc came
over from Honolulu by the Kiuan Wed
nesday. MissIJlvira Richardson and Miss Dwight
nre passengers by the Kinau today for
J. W. Mason came home by the Kiunu
this week after an absence ol two months
on the Coist.
Fresh milch cows for talc or rent; also
one IS-mouth old Jersey bull calf for
sale. Antonk Oak.
Ilakalau mill finished grinding Wed
nesday evening. The season's output
was about 11,300 tons.
Fresh plums, penches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage delicaces
go to California Fruit Market.
S. Decker, the new manager of the Hay
City Soda Works, has taken charge and
is putting new energy into the business.
Miss Shaw of Honolulu, who is visiting
Miss Sarah Lyman, sang a solo at the
Waiakea Mission meeting Sunday even
ing. Mr. and Mrs, L. M. Whitehouse came
up this week from Honolulu to lemain in
Hilo a few weeks. They expect to move
II. C. Cressman came up by the Kinau
from Honolulu this week to accept the
position of lineman with the Hilo Tele
Hamada is building n two story store on
Front street, next to the Hilo Wine and
Liquor Co., which will be occupied by
Mnchidn the druggist.
Rev. and Mrs. F. L. Nash visited I'una
this week as the guests of Mr. nud Mrs.
Henry Lyman and report n delightful
time iu that romantic region.
I'oliccm.iu Abraham, wlio was arrested
and tried nt I'una for assaulting u worn 111,
was pronounced guilty yesterday by the
1'uim magistrate nud fined the sum of $ J5.
The St. Katheriue, Saunders, master
tailed yesterday for Sail Francisco with
the following cargo of sugar: Oilomea,
16,800 bags; Honomii, 1,582 bags; value
The reading rooms at Waiakea were
crowded wi'h visitors last Saturday night.
In response to Miss Wights request a
large number of books and iiiagaiucs
have been donated.
The Hilo baud gave an excellent open
air concert Wednesday night ntthe Hotel
grounds. There were many strangers in
the city. Hut for the rain the concert
would have been well attended.
THE TWO GREAT
Are nt your service
Our Six Years Old
Is a good tonic mid food for 1 verybod)
Sold at 11 bargain.
PIONI5IJR WINIJ AND
T1JL. 23 CHURCH STRUIJT
Hto.vr HTiimrr nidkmjo.
Ileal Closed .Milking II lliglit) Ice I
While iu Hilo, Superintendent Cooper
closed n ileal with Mr Dodge, represent
ing the llishop Hstate whereby Front
street will be made an Mo-foot boulevard.
The Territory secured n 20-foot strip
2000 fwi long at an exchange of foot for
foot, adjoining government laud being
taken 1 v the llsshop estate. The fence
will be mniril over now and for the next
two year, lite weeds will be kept mowed
down on our peerless Ocean Drive. Thete
was no appropriation made for the im
provement of this street and none for
paying damages to property owners.
However it is Mr. Cooper's. purpose lo
widen Front street from Waiakea river to
Outgoing Kiunu I.lsl.
H. W. Lake, wife iiml son; F.M. Jenif
er, Mr L.J. Hlnck, Mnx C. Greeuburg
and wife, W. J. Cnsebnrg nud wife, Mrs
G. T. Nicholson, Miss C. Nicholson, Miss
11. Gorliam, Mrs. J. IJ. Gorman, Miss S.
Harvey, Miss S. Atchison, J. It. Widen
burg, W. A. Lallow, Miss L. Macallino,
Miss F. Clark, Henry Forbes, A-. Q. Ma
callino, F. W. Thurston, C. J. lloyle,
High Sheriff A. M. llrown, H. Wedemey
cr, W. A. I'urdy, IJ. F. l'ickett, 1'. S.
Dodge and son, J. M. Vivas, C. A. Stobie.
C. Mascr, Fred Rubsch, Miss Anna Fybe,
Mr. Merrintu, C. II Rose and wife, Mas
ter Kenneth Winter, Albert Clark, Mrs.
J. Nawahi, Miss M. Ahrcns, Conrad
Ahreus, Miss Klvira Richardson, Miss C.
T. Dwight, A. I. Silva mid wife, Miss C.
Sllv.i, Mrs. 11. lladaky and children, T.
R. Aoki, M. V. Silva, L. V. Canario, 15.
lliela, II. IJ. Cooper. A. llrown, II. W.
Mist nud family, Miss Atkins, Mrs. J. II.
Wise nnil family.
I RELIANCE AHEAD.
p But No Race Yesterday, j
H Account of Calm.
p At 3:30 yesterday
H afternoon a special l
H wireless telegram
was received by The H
Tribune, as follows: H
P No race; Reliance H
ahead, drifting; went
p around buoy. K. 3
I LATER. I
s Special to Tribune. s
p Yacht race called off
p account of no wind.
The following passengers arrived per
the Kinau bound for the Volcano:
Miss Mary Lawrence, Miss ljrminc
Cross, Miss Ray Cribbs, F. W. Thurston,
F. M. Zeiiifer.H. W. Lake, Mrs. II. W.
Lake, Master Rafael Lake, Miss C. Nich
olson, Mrs. G. T. Nicholson, Miss L.
Mnrcalliuo, Mrs. W. J. Kaseburg, Mrs.
W.J. Illack. MissH. Gorman, Mrs. J. IJ.
Gorman, Miss S. Harvey, Miss S. Atchi
son, W. A. Labou, J. It. Illydenburgh, M.
C. Greeuburg, Miss Frances Clark, II.
Forbes, W. J. Knseberg;Toiiy Marcalliuo,
The majority of this party is made up
by the members of the railroad excursion
to Hawaii, gotten up bv the Southern
l'acifio Railroad nud is iu charge of the
Mr. F. M. Jenifer.
.1. V. Mason Home.
J. W. Mason returned Wednesday
from a two mouths trip to the coast. Mr
Mason comes home iu the best of health
and is feeling good over the prospects for
for improved business conditions iu Ha
waii. On the Coast Mr. Mason found a
marked improvement in the feeling to
waul II.iw in hi cur 1 ties and a general
belief that 1I1. iar iooj will see a return
to easier business
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
what senator iihoh.n says.
Claims O11I111 anil M1111I Sloud To
get her Against Hawaii.
When Senator llrown was asked by n
Tkiiiunk reporter to explain how it vn
that Hilo and Hauiakun were left iu the
wet by the Leglslatute, he said, "O.ihll
mid Mnui combined against us." The
'Senator was asked how it came that no
appropriations were secured for Hilo
I streets. How it was that Ilridge street
I was forgotten; King street, Front street,
I Volcano road and Hnmakua road? His
reply was that Maul nud Oaliu turned us
down. He said that he had procured the
insertion of mi item of $5000 for the im
provement of King sttcet that it had
passed both houses but was knocked out
by the conference committee one day
when the Senator was sick nt home.
Of Front street, he said there seemed
no use to secure appropriations for it.
"Two years ngo I secured n $40,000 ap
propriation for Front street but no funds
were ever available, so it does not matter,
it seems whether we make appropriations
WA1AKKA SKA WALL.
How of Oriental Shacks Must Fuss
One of the problems receiving the at
tention of Superintendent Cooper while
here was the sea-wall to be built on the
I'una side of Waiakea river between the
two bridges. An appropriation was
made for the wall but nothing was set
aside to make the road ndjnccnt thereto.
The wall will be built and the road con
The row of oriental shacks, including
the new Fish Market will be removed
which will modernize the beauty of Wai
akea. The boat landing nt the riverside
owiud R. A. Lucas & Co., will not be
disturbed by the sea-wall. Upon inves
tigation Mr. Cooper found this to be the
only place iu the bay where a ship's boat
could laud. The necessity of 11 boat laud
ing being nppnrclit, the boat house stands.
However, R. A. Lucas & Co., will build
n new bout house according to plans to be
made by the Superintendent of Public
X. K. LYMAX EXTKRTAIXS.
, Pol Suppor nud Ounce nt Thirteen
Last Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs,
N. K. Lyman entertained a number of
people nt their residence in Olaa. An
elaborate pot supper was served, which
consisted of Hawaiian delicacies of the
most tempting sort. After supper all re
tired to the residence of Win, Ragsdalc,
where dancing was the order until a late
hour. Good music was furuished by the
Olna Quintette Club nud nil present were
delighted nud a jolly good time was had.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. N.
K. Lyman, Mr, and Mrs. Thos. K. Cook,
Mr. r.nd Mrs. Geo. Kaihcnui, Senator
and Mrs. John T. llrown, Miss Wnlty
Holt, Miss Maggie Williams, Miss Kuttlei
Hapai, Miss Mary Akau, the Misses Aka
niu, Miss Jenny Williams, Win. Ragsdalc,
John Vanuatta, IJ. P. McCann, John
Akau. W. Matsu. Win. Nailinia Jr., Win.
A New York Paper 011 d'Alberl.
"In Hazini's 'Hlegic' the duett work
was exquisite, and iu the 'Legaudc' his
violin sounded ns deep mid mellow as a
cello, so fine wns his technique. The hall
was crowded, many being turned nwny
for lack of more accomodations." New
The program Saturday evening nt
Spreckels Hall will be as follows:
Violin and Piano "Sonato inC Minor"..
IJ. G. d'Alberl
Song "A Spring Night".. .0. Ascherfcltl
Mrs. Paul Hartcls
Violin Solo "Romanse" Sveiiden
IJ. G. d'Alberl
Song "Ich Grolle Nicht"..R. Schumann
Violin and Piano "Suite" Scliutt
IJ. G. d'Alberl
Duet "Ich Fullle Deineu Odem"
Mrs. Paul Hartels, C. N. Prouty, Jr.
Violin Solo "Fantasie Caprice"
IJ. G. d'Albert
The masterful manner iu which M.
d'Albert rendered this last difficult solo is
, what has largely assisted iu hoiioiiug
j him with the title of violin virtuoso.
I Seats are on sale nt the Owl Drug Co's.
! A Cool ICetrcnt.
C. Haddaky, the hustling proprietor of
the Kinau saloon has milled a .slimmer
house to the rear of his place which is mi
inviting retreat to the weary and heavy
laden. The cool breees from the broad
bosom of the Pacific play nround the vine
clad lattices mid steal over the feverish
brows of those who seek rest and refresh
ments at this popular bar. Its a coy
place to sit and think or talk over the
political situation with friends or enemies.
Judge Little mid Clerk Porter left Mon
day to go to Houokaa to open Court un
der the new law passed by the last legis
lature. The law requires tlie Judge him
self to open the term, which was done
accordingly last Wednesday morning.
Tlie meeting at Waiakea Mission last
Sunday night was attended by n very
large audience. John linker made 11
short but interesting speech. Mr. ll.iker
gave a number of ancient Hawaiian
I proverbs. His speech was along practi
cal lines mid was very much appreciated,
Next Sunday evening Rev, Mr. Desha
I will make mi uddress.
dels Public Works II ml or llnuhuiy
Superintendent Cooper passed through
Hilo Monday with a speed that indicated
that he had a lot of business on' hand nud
very little time iu which lo dispose of it.
His visit lo this Maud was for the pur
pose of conferring with the Rin I Hoards
and witli them determine what work
should be undertaken first. As 11 result
of his visit, the most pressing public
works will be under way at once.
At Kawiiihnc it wos decided lo adopt
the new site for the new wharf. Ill road
matters in West Hawaii immediate work
will be begun 011 the extension of the
road into Waimca; widening mid top
dressing McGulre's road into Iluehtic;
new road from Knilua to Keauhou; ex
tension from Knlahiki to llonokna; re
pairing main road south of Knohc; road
to Alika and Papa homesteads; repairing
Kaliuku raid, mid completion of Volcano
to Pallida road.
In Hast Hawaii, the following work
will be pushed nt once: Olaa homestead
road frotirn miles to i$( miles; ex
tension of I4 mile road; homestead
road at 21 miles; widening iSff mite
road; extension of Peck road.
Iu Hilo it was decided to expend $3,750
iu repairing Kniwiki road; to expend
3,000 for n bridge 011 Kaumaua road;
bridges on Hatuakua road will be built nt
the following gulches: Alnuiai gulch,
2,800; Kalcie gulch, $2,000; Makcn
gulch, culvert, $3,000; cement sidewalk
on north side of Waialiueuue street.
At the Road Hoard meeting Monday
night, these matters were discussed mid
decided upon. An authorization of $1,000
n month for two months will be made to
enable the Road Hoard to finish the abut
ments anil grades to Waiakea mid Wai
IJ. N. Holmes was present at the meet
ing and made a showing which will result
iu the fixing of the gutter iu front of his
store on Waialiueuue street.
Important Mi-cling Was Held Lust
The Federation of Allied Trades held
open house last Monday evening, and n
number of distinguished visitors ml
dressed the meeting. The linll was
packed ns usual nud the men left the
meeting with renewed faith iu the Hilo
organization and the benefits that it will
John Raker, S. L. Desha and T. J.
Ryan made short addresses. The two
first speakers ndvocated n working ar
rangement between the Federation and
the Poi Makers Union, n concern which
is seeking to ense down the lofty prices of
poi. Mr. Ryan addressed himself to In
bor problems, and was listened to with
From correspondence read, it appears
that the Hilo Federation lias finally suc
ceeded iu allying itself with the San
Francisco organizations. Request has
been sent to Mr. Furreseth at Honolulu
to come to Hilo nnd'orgauize n branch of
the Sea Coast Seaman's Union. He has
just completed such mi organization at
Honolulu with n membership of over 500.
At the meeting Monday night three
members were reported sick. A fund
was raised immediately and iu one case n
physician secured. Ten new applications
for membership were filed, among which
was the name of Governor John ltaker
Kinau Passenger 1,1st.
Hon. J. 1). Lew is, J. W. Mason, Li M.
Whitehouse and wife, IJ. N. Doller, Rev.
S. Yamada, II. Wicks, Mrs. Keau, Mrs.
G. G. Jerdruiii, G. 11. Albert and wife,
II. II. Chrispmau, Mrs. G. Illack, Miss
Alice West, Mrs. G. P. Maria, Dr.vC. L.
Stow, High Sheriff A. M. llrown, Mrs.
F. Carlton. W. II. Lambert, Miss Annie
Plaint, Miss Mary Kriers, Miss Lawrence,
Miss Cross, G. K. Howl, F. W. Thurston,
II. W. Lake, wife and sou, Mrs. W. J.
Mack, Mrs. IJ. II. Nicholson, .Miss It.
Nicholson, Mrs H. Hornian, Miss N.
Harvey, Mrs. A. II. Chison, W. J. K'ise
burg and wife, N. C. Greeuburg mid wife,
Henry Forbes, A. 11. Lyenburgh, W. A.
Water Words llrown.
Andrew Hrowu, superintendent of the
Honolulu water works, was iu the city
Monday accompanying Superintendent
Cooper on his Island tour. Mr. Hrowu
inspected the water works system here
and pronounced himself satisfied witli the
work Hint has been done under the super
vision of Win. Vanuatta. He looked
over the new reservoir and said Hilo has
a better water supply for all purposes
than Honolulu. Mr. Hrov 11 saw numer
ous needs which lie promises to aid in
satisfying at once.
Tux 'Appeal L'ourl.
The Tax Appeal Hoard was iu session
in Hilo Wednesday, tne case being the
appeal of O. T. Shipiiian. Tlie Court
consisted of L. Severance, IJ. W. Ikirnard
and C. R. Illacow. The appeal was from
a valuation of niiity-nine acres at $2,885.
Wise & Ross represented appellant and
.Smith iS: Parson the Territory. Tlie Tax
' Assessor was sustained iu tlie main, but a
1 reduction of $5.00 was allowed 011 account
of error iu tlie return of the area.
Services iu the First Foreign Church
next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock.
Subject "Joys of the Christian Sabbath."
F. L. NASH.
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 (Miiitnry Style), - $2.50 Each.
Duck Trousers, - - - $1.50 Each.
Property to Leasef or a Term ot Years
At Mountain View, elevation 1500 feet, fronting Volcano Road, close
to the railroad station. Area 100 acres, of which
Twenty acres is first rnlloou cane field properly cleared and plowed.
Ten acres Hawaiian oruuges 4 years old.
Nine acres Putin limes 3 to 4 years old.
Five ncres imported grafted citrus fruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons)
Two ncres grafted fruit mid oranges iu bearing.
Two ncres limes nnd mandarines nearly hearing.
Fifteen ncres 5 year old coffee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly iu bearing plowed land.
One acre pine apples iu bearing.
One-fourth acre furniture bamboo imported varieties.
One-fourth acre vegetable gardenplowed land.
One acre of flower garden.
Four ocres of fenced pasture.
Five ncres of cleared laud ready to be planted.
The rest ol land is forest.
One 9-room dwelling house with broad, glazed verandah.
One 2-rooin separate cottage and verandah.
One sixty foot building, comprising drying house and rooms for
Two large water tanks, stables nnd cattle barns, several sheds, large
No rocks except one corner of ten acres. The rest of soil four to six
Healthy locality. Marine and mountain view. Hilo town nnd port
within one hour by railroad, miming three times a dny. Freight chnrges
$2.25 a ton. Telephone 011 the premises. Postoflice, ruilro.11 station mid
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies mid provisions brought to the
llesides this and together with it, or separate. 250 ncres of partly im
proved laud nt 22-miles trail, to-wit: Ohm lots Nos. 306, 307, 321, 322 will
The lessee may acquire such personal property on the premises as he
desires to retain at reasonable prices horses, cattle, furniture, fowls, etc.
For further information address
DR. N. RUSSEL
I Catholie Serviees.
' CATHOLIC CIIIJKCH. IIIUDCK STKHKT.
1 Sundays Holy Muss at 7, 9 nud 10:30
1 At 7 mid. 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
j guese sermons.
At 9 a. m. IJuglish sermon.
At 7 p. ui., Rosary, sermon iu Portu
I guese mid Benediction.
I Week Days Hol Mass every day nt
6 a. m.
I Uvery Sunday afternoon IJuglish in
' structiou for boys mid girls at Hrother's
and Sister's school from 2 to 3 p. m.
I Day or night the Catholic clergy will
I attend to the wmttsof the faithful. Metil
1 bers arc requested to notify the parish
j priest iu due time of baptisms, marriages
I FATHUR OLIVF.R,
At Mountain View directly opposite '
Hilo Railway Depot, large nice lot with '
three dwelling houses Title perfect. 1
42-4 WISH & ROSS.
Crack Company V,
Company F of the Hawaiian National
Guard, under command of Captain John
sou will arrive iu Hilo Wednesday, Sep
tember 2. The Company comes for an '
outing and Hilo will be given a gentle '
stir by the boys. The members of Com-
I pauy F are Unions not only for their
j soldierly (nullities, but its gentlemen re
I liable and trustworthy, they have always
I held the full confidence of their dashing
j The company will consist of foity-five
1 men. The feature of their visit will be a
1 grand parade nnd drill at Hoolulu Park
on a dnte not yet set. The company will
visit the volcano. While iu Hilo the.
I company will be quartered iu tlie armory
I used by Company D. Sometime during
I the week Company I) will join them in
parade nnd drill maneuvers.
Hy every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year: Delineator
$1.00 per year; subscriptions received,
MOSUS & RAYMOND, Tel. 178.
m. f. Mcdonald
The illustration represents
one of on r most serviceable
shoes. It has stood the test of
rough wear nnd usage, and has
proved nn excellent wet weather
shoe. It is not n new make
with us wc have been selling
it for years to hundreds of satis
lied customers; in fact, we sell
more of this kind than any other.
Thisshoeisnu oil grain bluchcr,
leather lined, anil has a broad,
heavy sol-. A perfectly com
fortable fiuitii: shoe.
ONCIJ USUI), ALWAYS USIJD
Economic Shoe Go.
g SPRECKELS' S
Sg NEW MUSIC HALL g
Prof. E. G. d'Albert
Who demonstrated to an appre
ciative audience of the musical
critics of Honolulu the right to
the title iy his complete mastery
of the instrument, will give 11
recital at Spreckels' New Music
g Saturday Eve., Aug. 22
SX: AhSlhTK!) IIV E3
MRS. 1. T. LIJWIS
tZ. MRS. PAUL HARTIJLS 3
ZZZ Soprano Soloist 3
CT C. N. PROUTY, Jk. 3
5 llaritoue Soloist CCS
E ADMISSION, - $I.OO
(All Reserved Seats) "ZZ
g Seats will be on Nile at the Owl S3
; Drug Company August 71I1. ZZZ
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards:
Fresh imported cows, Java sparrows,
canary and other birds, donkeys, potted
palms mid ferns. Inquire Hilo Drug
Lot on Waialiueuue street, 300 feel
niaukii of Court House. Hnqiiire ofW.
Hockey or J. U. Smith! (f
Did you know you can exclmnge your
old machine for a new Singer. JJasy
payments, Telephone 178,
MOSHS &. RAYMOND, Hilo,
1.1. -.., .i-..ii.i.m Miinumr iHitii-m mi 1 1 1 1 1 '1 I 1 I I'll llllilIT