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TIIK WKBKXY IIIM TRIHUNB IIILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST aS, iooj.
Lunch nt tlie l'nliii.
Short order delicacies nt tlic 1'nltii.
I. M. Whltehoute goe to Honolulu
Wlmt you want tlic wny you wiiul It nt
1). I.yctirgm is n passenger to floiio
Geo. Striileinevcr returned Wednesday
Geo. II. Williams returned by tlic Ki.
Choicest products of the refrigerator
served nt the I'nltu.
W. Von Grnevemcyer enmc home by
the Kiiuiu Wednesday.
Mis. A. M. Child returned Wednesdny
from n trip to Honolulu.
A. G.Curtis of Olnn wns in the city
Wednesdny on business.
Sign the precinct roll if you wnnt n
vote at tomorrow's primaries,
J. G. Sernio leaves by the Kiunu today
on a business trip to Honolulu.
Mrs. F. M. Wakefield returned Wed
uesday from a visit to Honolulu.
A hurry up meal at the l'alm served as
it should be. Call and try it once.
I'or Sale One horse, price $75; nlso so
chickens, npply to Dr. Hayes, Olnn.
Rooms for rent Hot and cold water
baths. Apply to C. II . W. Hitchcock.
Rooms and board for two couples at
A. Richley's, All modern conveniences.
The Hilo Howling School uill open
for the year's work Monday, September?.
Do not forget to sign the Republican
Precint Club rolls today or early tomor
row. C. C. Kennedy came home by the Ki
nan Wednesday from a ten days stay in
Waiakea Republicans will hold their
meeting tonight at the hall on Puna Road
Miss 12. I.audo, who has been visiting
with Miss Weight, returned to her home
in Honolulu today.
Presh milch cows fot sale or rent; also
one iS-month old Jersey bull calf for
sale. ANTONK Oak.
Mrs. A. M. Wilson, Miss Carrie Dunn
nnd the three Vannatta children came
home by the Kiunu from Maui.
Presh plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage delicnccs
go to California Pruit Market.
The Federation of Allied Trades will
meet at Serrao's Hall, Monday evening,
at 7:30 p. in., instead of the Fireman's
The next meeting of the Agricultural
Society will be attended by Jnred G.
Smith of th Hawaiian Hxperiment Sta
tion. R. II. Makckau is to be appointed
deputy sheriff of Kohal.i in place of Sam
Miihukn. He will take office on Septem
The order of the Knstem Star will en
tertain friends at the Masonic hall Mon
day evening. Dancing will be the ruling
Misses Louisa Hapai, Harriet Hapai
and Liliuoe Hapai returned Wednesday
from Honolulu where they attended
The meeting to iuaugrate the fight
against mosquitoes has been postpouul to
Monday night, owing to the absence if
Prof. Ileushaw from the city,
Carl L. Smith was an arrival by the
Kinau Wednesday having been absent
from Hilo six mouths on uu extended
trip through the United States.
John A. Scott and sou Alvah 11 re pas
sengers today to Honolulu. Alvah will
go 011 Past to resume his work at theCns
cuililla School 111 New York State.
Oswald Steven of Ohm had a leg broken
in two places one day recently by the
fall of a horse. He was riding fast and
in turning the horse slipped and fell.
P. C. He.uner gave a dinner to the
members of the "lleamer Specials," the
crack baseball team of Hilo, last Saturday
night. The occasion was a veiy pleasant
THE TWO CREAT
Are at your service
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic and food for everybody
Sold at a bargain.
PIONP.F.R WINK AND
TP.L. S3 CHURCH STRHHT
Andrews Is Voted llinui In I'ahoe
A second mm partisan mass meeting
was held at Kupoho jcitcrday. At this
meeting Campbell was unanimously the
choice for Supervisor and the Sheriff
Andrews matter wns reconsidered with
the tesult that he was turned down and
Police Captain lieu llrowii named in his
place. Puna without legard to party, at
this meeting named the following ns Its
preference for comity officer: Supervisor,
W. II. C. Campbell; Sheriff, lien llrowii;
Clerk. Norman Lyman; Tax Collector,
Geo. Williams; Auditor, N. C. Wlllfong;
County Attorney, Chas. Williams; Sur
veyor, Tom Cook; Treasurer, Judge P. S.
A committee of five to work nt Hilo
for the nomination of these men was ap
Mrs. Ilnyes Iliiterlnliis.
Tuesday afternoon, at Olaa, Mrs. Hayes
gave a delightlill tea as n farewell party
to her Olaa friends before coming to Hilo.
The refreshment served were delicious,
nnd excellent music served to make the
afternoon more pleasant. Miss Ward
and Miss Paty furnished the music.
Those present were Mrs. Milton Rice,
Mrs. Purneatix nud Mrs. V. II. Curtis ol
Hilo; Mesdatucs McStocker, Clay, Arm
strong, Paty, A. G. Curtis, McRae, P. J.
Williams, Poole, Gerlach, Pincke,
Walker, nnd Misses Paty and Ward.
The report In the Herald concerning 1
the Andrews ovation in Puna was untrue. '
At the mass meeting in Puna last week I
the name of W. II. C. Campbell wa the 1
unanimous choice of the people for mem
ber of the Hoard of Supervisors. The
name of Andrews was mentioned for
Sheriff, but he wa emphatically turned
II. L. WILLIAMS.
Service next Sabbath morning at n
o'clock. Subject "A Heavenly Vision."
Hverybody welcome. P. L. NASH,
T. Wntennbe, proprietor of the Hilo
Shimbiiu, the lending Japanese newspaper
on this Island, leaves this week for Sin
Francisco to take a course in Huglish.
A contract has been signed with Nunez
Fernandez for the construction of the
abuttnietlts for the Wailuku bridge. Tlic
work is to be completed by December 31.
Rev. S. L. Desha nddressed n large
audience last Sunday evening at Waiakea
Missiouon the subject "Loveof Country."
Mr. Desha will speak again next Sunday
R. R. Ilerg will succeed Mr. Litllcjohu
as manager nt the local office of the Wil
der S. S. Co. this week, to have charge
until the return of Mr. McKay. Mr.
Litllcjohu goes to Honolulu today.
The Puna Guava Preserving Co. has
passed from the management of Mr.
Chapman ami Geo. Duncker now has
charge. Mr. Duncker contemplates unk
ing extensive improvements in the plant.
Messrs. P. Witham and A. Gros left
Hilo Tuesday morning lor n trip through
Mahukotia on their way to Maui. Mr.
Gros is manager of the Kipahulu planta
tion on Maui and has been on this Island
to secure seed cane.
A Precinct Club list for Waiakea Re
publicans has been placed by the commit
tee at the Waiakea railroad depot where
they may be signed by voters today and
tomorrow until noon. After noon it will
be at the voting place.
News was received last week in Hilo of
the sad death of Mrs. Francis F. Prentiss
at Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Prentiss was a
visitor at Hilo and Honolulu n little more
than 11 year ago and the many friends of
herself and husband at thi place are
For a Pin in the side or chest there
is nothing better than n piece of flannel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and applied to the seat of pain. This
same treatment is n sure cure for lame
back. One application gives relief. Try
it. The Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
A very pleasant dinner party was given
Wednesday at the home of Geo. Kaihe
nil! in honor of Mrs. J. II. Woods, Mrs.
Mbry Stilmaii of Kohaln and Mrs. Henry
Hall of Kohula. Mrs. Stilmaii i the
wife of the deputy sheriff at Kohala nud
Mrs. Hall is the wife of the District
Magistrate at Honokaa They return to
their homes toduj h the Kinau after a
very pleasant visit with friends in Hilo.
THE OLD RELIABLE
run tiii: hospital.
Ladles of llllo Hurt' I'liiuiicd, (Jninil
Arrangement nrc complete for a Grand
Ilcucfit II ill for the Hilo Hospital nt
Spreckel Halt, Frfilny evening, Septem
ber 11. The meeting nt which thedctnils
were settled wn held at the Peck home
in Piitieo last Saturday afternoon. The
various committees in charge arc a fol
low: Miss Peck, the chairman of the meet
ing appointed the following committees,
who will have charge of the affair:
Hall nud Music Mrs. P.lliot nud Miss
Decorations Mrs. A. C. McKenucy,
Miss Ivy Richardson, T. C. Ridgway, K.
F. Nichols, Miss Kmily Peck, I, 15. Ray.
Refreshments Mrs. H. D. Il.ildwiu,
Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mrs. J. L. Richardson,
Mrs. R. T. Guard, Mr. H. N. Holmes,
Mis Stella Peck.
Punch Mrs II. L. Shaw. Mrs. Milton
Rice, Mr. W. T. Ilalding.
Printing Mrs. II. L. Ross, Mr.
Tickets have been printed nnd will be
sold by tlic Indies who have enlisted their
enthusiasm in the good cause. Already
assurances have been received of liberal
support from plantation people 111 all
directions and the outcome is certain
The Violin Recital.
The crowd that filled Sprrekcls' hall
Inst Saturday evening to hear the d'AI
bert recital wa not as large as should
have been present. This is likely owing
to the fact that a really first class artist so
seldom comes to Hilo that the Hilo pub
lic will not believe the bill hoards when
they announce a d'Alhcrt.
However, those who did attend wete
variously pleased according to mood and
temperament. All were of the opinion
that the violinist did not do his best nud
for that reason the house did not respond
with tlic spontaneous applause so dear to
the virtuoso. An artist who can handle
a violin with faultless .technique and
meander through the bars of the most
complicated composition a a horse fol
lows a tow path may yet fail to produce
from n violin what an audience wants.
The piano was handled in a masterly
way by Mrs. J. T. Lewis, n accompanist.
The vocal solos and duet by Mrs. Ilartels
and Mr. Prouty were received with
merited enthusiasm. Thoe who heard
d'Albert would like to hear him again
with the request that he forget that he is
in Hawaii, and subject to enervating mi
crobes. Amateurs Aid.
F.dwnrd M. Iloyd of Honolulu, Secre
tary of the Hawaii Promotion Committee
requests amateur photographers to send
him protographs of Hawaiian scenery.
He says: I am finding one difficulty hi
inaugurating this work. While the main
travelled roads hove been fairly well
covered by the photographers I am con
vinced that muatiiers in going about the
islands have secured some of the prettiest
bits of scenery. May I not ask that if
you deem our enterprise worthy of com
ment that you will request any amatuer
photographers among your readers to be
good enough to send us silver prints of
the best things. We are maintaining in
our head quarters what we hope to make
a small but select oni) comprehensive ex
hibit of Hawaiian products and good
things, and it would be a pleasure to us
to receive any contributions from people
of the islands, of articles of interest to
Cyril Smith Returns.
Cyril Smith, one of the teachers of the
Hilo schools, returned to Hilo by the
Martha Davis this week after an absence
of several months 011 the Coast for the
benefit of his health. Mr. Smith will re
sume his school work next week. He
return to hi work with characteristic
enthusiasm, and among other things is
very much interested in the mosquito
campaign which has been inaugurated
since he went away. He believes Hilo
should have a "tin can nnd coal oil day"
once a month. He believes the school
children can be organized into a most
effective regiment in this mosquito war
and suggests that one day each month be
set aside for n general onslaught upon
pools, puddles, tin cans and box lids,
with the school children on the fighting
Hue. The elder folk are not to he de
barred from the fray, but their enlist
I itient will be solicited.
Kinau Passenger List.
C. L. Wight nud wife, Mis L. Wight, '
Miss Moore, Geo. W. Cnrr, Geo. II. Wil
liams, Mrs A. M. Wilson and 3 children,
MissCarricDunu, Sisiter Susanna, Father
Oliver, S. Schweitzer, Rev. A. Kayu, ,
Geo. Stratemeyer, Miss F. Hill, Mis L.
Hapai, Miss II. Hapai Mis F.waliko, '
Mrs. P. M. Wakefield, W. Von Grave
meyer, Sister Irene, Carl S. Smith, C. C.
Kennedy, Miss L. Hapai, Miss F.waliko, I
Mr. Hiliu, Mrs. A. M. Child. j
The Tkiiiunk was in error last week in
stating the facts regarding the conviction
of a Puna policeman. The officer was
P. W. Kaleihoa and the charge, was petty
larceny in the second degree. He was
fined $25.00. 1
St. Jumcs' Mission. 1
Twelvth Sunday after Trinity, 7:30 a.
j m., Holy Huchurist; 11 a. m., Matins'
nud Sermon; 7:30 p. 111,, Hvensoug and 1
COOI'L'lt'S ViOltK NORTH.
Iniproteiiieiils In ItinnN In lliiinu
kiin nnd K11I111I11.
After leaving Hilo last week Superin
tendent Cooper went North through the
several districts and decided with the
local Road Hoatds upon the most iitgeul
public work. Mr. Cooper look the Ki-
1 nati at Mahukoiia for Honolulu
In North Hilo, the Road Hoard wn
given nil authorization of 1,000 uhtil
September 30 16 paint the bridges on Hn
ttiakua road. In Hamakiia it wa decided
to finish the road from Ahtiloa to Waimca.
Surveyor William wo itistrucUd to re
locate the main road from Ookala to Kit
kaiati, n distance of fifteen miles. This
piece of road will be divi ted into section
of n few mile ench and wtrk on the first
section will be commenced ns soon ns the
work of relocation i fiuishe 1.
The Mnui road above Paauito nnd Pn
auliau plantations will be relocated.
The North Kohala Roid Hoard wa
given mi authorization of 1500 to Sep
The road from Pololu to Iloiiokaucniil
will be surveyed and if estimate nre ap
proved bids for construction will be
Mr. Gere wa instructed to prepare
estimates of the cost of extending the
Hawl road to the Kaauhuhii homesteads.
He will also report oil the cost of p. road
from Mahukoiia to Puuhiie later.
Saturday, Aug. 12 Cleared, Am. hark
Roderick Dim, Fugall master, for
San Francisco with thirteen pas
sengers and sugar as follows: Hilo
Sugar Co., 7,886 bag; Hukulau,
10,000 bags, and 210 bag of Louis
son coffee. Total value of cargo,
Monday, Aug. 24 Filtered, Am. bark
Martha Davis, McAlmau master,
sixteen day from San Francisco
with cargo of general merchandise,
Monday, Aug. 24 Cleared, Am. Sell.
James Rolph, A. Olseli master, for
Mahukou to load sugar.
Wednesday, Aug. 26 Cleared, Am. S. S.
Nevadau, F. II. Weedon master,
for San Francisco w ith n cargo of
sugar as follows: Oiiomea, 16,000
bags; Waiakea, 6,578 bags; and 17
bunches of banana and 500 frogs,
total value $94,366.06.
Outgoing Kinnii List.
L. Schweitzer, Mis K. Laudo, Mis C.
Blaisdell, L. M. Whitehouse, Mrs. Her
bert and 2 children, Miss Mary Forbes,
Miss IJniina Forbes, Hrother Bertram, L.
II. Hrickcr, Miss Lyons, Miss J. Mclntycr,
Mrs. R. G. Moore, Miss I). P. Smith,
Catherine Howell, Prances Howell, Miss
C. Restarick, Mrs. II. II. Restarick, J. C.
McGill, R. W. Perkins, Dr. W. C. Hobdy,
Mrs. LaFollette, Miss Green, W. Thomp
son, Miss F. Hent, C. T. Litllcjohu, John
A. Scott and son, D. Ljcurgus, T. A.
Hays, J. S. Cauario Jr., Master 12. Hoyle,
Mis. J. P. Wood, Mrs. C. K. Stilmaii,
Miss Wood, Miss Van Deering, Rev.
Andrews and wife, Miss Dellarue, Miss
Silva.'J. G. Serrao, A. Souza, Mrs. Shoe
maker, Miss Shoemaker.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, llUinC.K STKKF.T.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, 9 and 10:30
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian mid Portu
At 9 11. 111. Hnglish sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, sermon in Portu
guese nud Benediction.
Week Davs Holy Mass every day at
6 a. ni.
Hvery Sunday afternoon Huglish in
struction for boys mid girls nt Brother's
and Sister's school from 2 to 3 p. 111.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wantsof the faithful. Mem
bers are requested to notify the parish
priest in due time of baptisms, marriages
Will ofTer for sale all
left for repair and not called
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Cnpt. Saunders
Hurk Amy Turner, Capt. Wnrlnnd
Hurk Martha Hails, Capt. McAHman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld 8c Co., Ltd.
GET THE HABIT
SHORT SLF.F.VF, t'NDHRVHSTS 2Gc to 3Bc each
wash pants 40c to 75c por pair
IILUF.SF.RGIC PANTS $1.20 to $1.50 por pair
shirt waists ooc, 60c, 90c oach
The best quality "M" WAISTS for girls mid boys. 30c Oach, 3 for $1 .
HOYS' SHIRTS, COLLARS, CRAVATS AND TIF.S
Gel the habit of going to
Property to Leasefor a Term of Years
At Mountain View, elevation 1500 feet, fronting Volcano Road, clpsc
to the railroad station. Area too acres, ol which
Twenty acres i first raltoou cane field properly cleared and plowed.
Ten acres Hawaiian oranges 4 years old.
Nine acres Puna limes 3 to 4 years old.
Five ncres imported grafted citrus Iruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons)
Two acres grafted fruit and oranges in bearing.
Two acres limes and mandarines nearly bearing.
Fifteen acres 5 year old coWee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly in bearing plowed land.
One acre pine apples in bearing.
One-fourth acre furniture bamboo imported varieties.
One-fourth acre vegetable garden plowed land.
One acre of (lower garden.
Four acres of fenced pasture. '
Five ncres ol cleared land ready to be planted.
The rest of land is forest.
One 9-room dwelling house with broad, glazed verandah.
, One 2-rooui separate cottage and verandah.
One sixty foot building, comprising drying house and rooms for
Two large water tanks, stables and cattle bams, several sheds, large
No rocks except one comer of ten ncres. The rest of soil four to six
llenlthy locality. Marine and mountain view. Hilo town and port
within one hour by railroad, running three times n day. Freight charges
$2.25 a ton. Telephone on the premises. Postoffice, railroad station nud
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the
Besides this and together with it, or separate. 250 ncres of partly im
proved laud at 22.miles trail, to-wit: Ohm lots Nos. 306, 307, 321, 322 will
The lessee may acquire such personal property 011 the premises as he
desires to retain nt reasonable prices horses, cattle, furniture, fowls, etc.
For further information address
DR. N. RUSSEL
For Sale. j
At Mountain View directly opposite
Hilo Railway Depot, large nice lot with
three duelling houses Title perfect.
42-4 WISH & UOSS.
I.ot on Waianuenue street, 300 feet
m.iiika of Court House. Hmpiirc of W. 1
Hockey or J. U. Smith. tf '
Hutterick Patterns. i
lly every boat we receive new patterns,
prettier than ever this year. Delineator '
$1.00 per year; subscriptions received.'
MOSHS & RAYMOND, Tel. 178. J
going to tho Habordnshory
for Your Boys' Clothing
rvi. f. Mcdonald, - hilo
The illustration represents
one of o u r most serviceable
siloes. It has stood the test of
rough wenr and usage, mid hn
proved nn excellent wet wenthcr
shoe. It is not n new make
with us we have been selling
it for yearn to hundreds of satis
fleet customers; in fact, we sell
more of tliis kind than any other.
This shoe i mi oil grain blucher,
leather lined, and has a broad,
heavy sole. A perfectly com
fortable fiitinu shoe
ONCIJ USUI), ALWAYS USF.D
Economic Shoe Co.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
HILO HOSPITAL I
TICKETS, $1.50 EACH
INCLUDING HEFRESIIMENTS g
For Sale by the Ladies of the Committees
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors ami all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac