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THH WEEKLY HILO TRIBUKE. HILQ. HAWAII, FRIDAY. SKPTEMRER 4, 1903
ft. If. C.PM- rrluriii.il In Honolulu loriav.
I,. S. Atinmt of Kullua i viMting in
R W. Lunge imIiI Hilo n ImniucM visit
Dr. nml Mrs. Holland were up from
1,. tM. Wliltcliouse iclurneri Wcrinesdiy
C. N. l'routy M n aweiiger to Hono
lulu todny liy the Kinau.
0. A. Stoblc returned from Honolulu
by the Kiiiiiu Wednesday.
John aimm hat been unpointed aiarket
Keeper for the town of llllo.
R. W. Atkinson ciiine over from HonoH
lulu Wednesday on business.
The S. S. Knterprisc loft San Francisco
for Hilo Saturday August JQ
C. 1. lleiiton, the contractor, came
home from Honolulu Wednesday.
Lost A l'uiiahou College gold pin.
Kinder please leave nl tlm office.
The Hilo band nave mi excellent con
cert last evening at the Hotel grounds.
l'or S lie One horse, price J75; also 30
chickens, apply to Dr. II ivex, Olaa.
The Hilo Howling school will open
for the ear's work Monday, September 7.
Rooms for rent Hot a cold water
biths. Apply to C. 11. W. 'Jlchcock.
aionday being 11 legal h ..day the Post
Office will be open only from 8 to 9 a. m.
Rooms and board lor two couples at
A. Richley's. All modern convenience
Father Oliver has been in Kan for sev
eral days visiting 1'ather Celcstiue w ho
Admiral lleckley sivs there was no race
this trip between the Kinau and the
The Cinch CluU meet-, tod ly nl the
usual hour at the home of Mrs. I., M.
The September patterns and Delineator
lmve arrived. Look them over at Moses
Judge Little will soon draw- the juries
for the November term of the Fourth
airs. ai. G. Santos will return from a
visit to Jacksonville, 111., by the Kinau
of September 23.
L. H. aiaynard is making the rounds of
this Island as agent for the Hilo Railroad
shops and foundry.
Captain II. T. Lake, late of the Hilo
police force, has been confined to the
hospital for a week.
airs. Kiilgw.iy has moved to l'uueo, oc
cupying the residence in which Mr. and
airs, aioses formerly lived.
Fresh plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage rielicaces
go to California Fruit aiarket.
The rainfall during August as recorded
at Waiakea was 7.32 inches. Last vear
during August 18.39 inches fell.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by air. Vannatta at 3 miles, Kan
maua road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
The coming of Company F, N. G. II.,
to Hilo has been postponed on account of
illness in the family of Captain Johnson.
Call at the Premier Haberdashery for
what j oil need in the line of wash pants,
serge pants, shirt waists and undervests.
I. K. Ray advertises an miction sale
Siturday, September s, at 10 o'clock at
the rooms opposite the Volcano Stables.
Rev. Kckulua of Kohala spoke at the
W.iiakea Mission last Saturday night in
place of Rev. S. L. Desha, who was indis
posed. airs. H. L. Voeller arrived Wednesday
by the Kinau to joiu her husband, who
recently assumed a position in the Hilo
Politics 111 Hilo are tame compired
with Honolulu. In the Seventh ward in
Honolulu the precinct club ended in nil
egg throwing row,
airs. Anna Parke, v ho has been visit
ing at the home of air. and airs. L. Sev
erance, returns to her home 111 Honolulu
by the Kinau today.
THE TWO CREAT
Are at vour service
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic and food for iverybody
.Sold at 11 bargain
PIONF.F.R WINK AND
TUL. 33 CHURCH STKIil'.T
.kv iu.vitv.vnM: situ.
Flflj Acre Tract on Nnlukcii llcncli
Hits llccii Sclccli'd.
The quarantine official lmve notifirtl
the Waiakea .Mill Comprtnv tlml the 50
acre site for a new quarantine ittHtlon
between Seiiconnel and Reeds lmy i hc
editable. The new site has n flue inlet
for a landing and is in every wn accept
able to the authorities An appropria
tion is 1 w available for the erection of
suitable i Hidings and for the installation
of the necessarv apKirnlus.
One of the terms insisted upon by the
Waiaken aiill Company in Its proiTer of
this new site is that the UuiUil States set
aside Cocoanut Island as a jinrt of Hilo's
public park system Cocoanut Island
has been for some time a temporary
quarantine .station. It is one of the inter
esting spots to which all tourists turn
with delight. If the projKisitiou ofthe
aiill Company Is accepted, Cocoanut Is
land could then be beautiful! at the ex
pense of the local public and be made in
to splendid marine and tropical park.
Klllllll I'llsscillfeT List.
C. A. Stobie. W. A. Warren. Geo. .M.
Deacon, F. R. Tracy. R. W Atkinson,
.Miss Flitce, aiiss Kelora, C. 1 Hentoii,
aiissN. K. Nailima, L. at. Whitehouse.
J. Knlaiu.i, Robert Gcrr, airs. Nalimti
and children, Miss I. at. Hutchinson, J.
W. Koillicl, Rev. Neikalai, .Miss Feeltoli,
airs. J. Lucas, II. Little and wife, airs.
K. L. Voeller and children, aiiss I. G.
aicDouald, II. Arimim and wife, J. F.
T. (!. Wills Stricken.
T. C. Wills, storekeeper and postmaster
nt Pallida, Kail, Hawaii, suffered a stroke
one day last week and is now ill 11 precar
ious condition at his home. His sou,
who is now in San Francisco, has been
cabled for to icturn home .is soon as pos
I Irsl Foreign Church
Services uct Sabbath at 1 1 a. in. and
7:30 p. in. Morning subject "Light in
Darkness." IJveiiiug Mibkcl "Win
dows Open Towards Jerusalem." Kverv
F. L. NASH.
W. II. Rice of Kami has been ou this
Island for several days and returns by to
ri ly's Kinau with several head of horses
from the Homer ranch.
.Miss Wight of the Waiakea settlement
desires to thank the public for the liberal
response to the request for magazines
and books for the reading rooms.
After the reading hour next Saturday
night at the Settlement Chaptl at Waia
kea air. Clias. Aldeu will favor those
present with a phonograph concert.
The Helene left Tuesdiy evening for
Honolulu carrying the following pisseu
gers. air. Wight, of the Wilder S. S.
Co., airs. Wight, aiiss Wight and aiiss J.
Tile mass meeting of citizens called to
consider a campaign against the mosqui
toes, adjourned without action because of
poor attendance. Another meeting will
soon be called.
If you have not bought n ticket to the
Charity Hall do so at once. The Clnrity
ball is a benefit for the Hilo Hospital ami
will take place at Spreckels Hall next
Tile vacation season being over, even
ing services will be resumed at the First
Foreign Church. The subject next Sun
day evening will be especially suitable
for young people.
A farewell dance in honor of airs.
Carlson was given Tuesday night at Ser
rao's hill. .Mrs. Carlson goes to Hono
lulu today to reside permanently, air.
Carlson is mate ou one of the Wilder
Dr. and airs. Hayes inovul to llllo
from Olaa this week, ami will live ou
Waianuenue street just above Pitman.
Dr. Hajes has nude alterations in the
house to accommodate his ucid lor office
and waiting rooms.
Cmamjwiu.ain'.s Cour.11 Rit.Mi'.nvisa
cure for severe colds, persistent coughs
and a preventive of pneumonia. It is the
mothers' favorite for whooping cough.
It always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
The Third Precinct Republican Club
will meet Saturday evening at Waiakea
at the Christian Science hall at 7.30
o'clock Tile meeting is for the purpose
of listening to talks lv the delegates
elect to the Coiiutv Convention
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Hist .Mcclluif Mh Held ll Tiim-
Then- wan nn itntiiwl political Hireling
, at the fislmmrkrt limt Tncmlnj night, at
w hich prospective candidate for Comity
j officials ailriteftoeri a rather umll citwd.
I The xprnkMS were L. A, Andrew. N C.
Wlllfong, T.J. Ryan and others. The
. senkerit pave thetr irien s to how their
respective office should be run. Ryan,
I who will run iurietwmleut for the office
of Auditor HtnoiiK other thltiK pointed
I out the enormous .sum of money spent
annually to tmlice this inland. He
quoted from the Governor' lnl report m
Sherilt's salary $ 2,500.00
Sherilfs Clerk mi buy.. 900.00
Deputy Sheriir Hawaii 1,800.00
North Kohala 1,300.00
South Kohala 600.00
Hiiiuakiia 1,200 00
j North Hilo - 720.no
is orlli kouii 1,200.00
South Koiiu 900.00
Pay of Police, IlnwnM.
L. A. Andrews rve it as his opinion
that his )asl experience makes him the
best mini on the Island of Hawaii to suc
ceed liimselfHsSherirf oflCast Hawaii.
AX Alt.MV VHIIUHNIS.
Public Invited to itiicss Orcuioii)
Lieutenant Catherine Iliitclnnsoii, one
of the prettiest Silvalion Army lassies in
the Hawaiian Island and who comes
from the Itlue Grass region in Kentucky,
and Captain R. W. atcl.eori of Honolulu,
will be married Saturri ij evening, Sep
tember 12, at Serrao's hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Tile ceremony will be performed by
j Major Harris, who come to Hilo net
week for that purpose. The publi: is
1 cordially invited to attend this wedding
and a fee of 25 cents w ill lie charged for
1 admission. The proceeds will be used to
I pay curieiil exjenses of the Salvation
j Army hall in Hilo. Tickets will lie sold
! by the Hutchinson sisters. .
I After the ceremony the bridal party
will go to the Volcano house for 11 week
ortend.ijs When they return, Captain
Hutchinson will retire from the work at
Hilo anil be transferred elsewhere, Capt.
aicl.cori taking her place.
The Hutchinson sisters have been
among the noblest workers in llooth's
I army. They left a beautiful Kentuckv
home three years ago, to engage in what
they wish to make their life work.
.11 ore .Minutes Read).
For the inform itiou of the public I
wish to state officially that at no lime to
dale h is the Portuguese Lincoln Club
made any chotic from among its mem
bership for the position ol Supervisor.
Tlie minutes of all meetings of the Club
kept by the undersigned are ready for in
spection to bear out this statement. The
Lincoln Club will abide by the decision
of the Republican Convention.
G. F. AFFONSO,
Sec. Portuguese Lincoln Club.
1 Captain H. T. Lake today assumes tho
duties of Inspector 111 the Public Works
Department. His first work will be the
supervision of the construction of the
, abutments for the Waiaken bridge now in
., nn..M r...,l t !. t.-
recovered from the threatened attack of
blood poisoning that kept him In the
I hospital for a week. He retired from the
police force with a fine record forzeal
and attention to duty and is a man whose
I place will be hard to fill in the depirt
While standing near the large mnnglo
in the UHle Laundry last aionday, Tris
tan Osorio met with an accident which
may make lum a cripple for life. 1
hand was c.uiglil between the heavy steel
rollers and before the power could be
turned off, his hand had been crushed
11 it, almost to the wrist. The rollers are
for Ironing large pieces nnil were heated
In a litirti ihi'ri(. uhipli uimli. tlm tniitrv
I . , . .. .1
more painful ami serious.
is. He was taken
to the hospital.
.i . , ..,. , . .,
About a dozen Hilo students left thin
,.,.,..,, . . r it i i ... i
week and last for Honolulu to nlteml
1 I HHUUUll v,uijuj;l'.
i l 11
Cillhiilii! Sen Ives,
CATHUI.K. CIIUKCII, UltllHtU bTRHUT.
Sundays Holy aiass ul 7, gaud 10:30
At 7 and 10:30, Hawaiian and Portu
At 9 a. 111. Uuglish sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, bcrmou 111 Portu
guese nml Benediction.
Week Days Holj aiass every day at
(t a. m.
Uvety Sunday afternoon Uuglish in
struclioii fur boys ami girls at Urother's
and Sister's school from 3 to 3 p. in.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend tothewautsiif tin faithful, aiem
hersare requested lv utility the parish
priest in tlm. unit nl iMpiisuiH, in linages
and lime 1 its
I VJ'ltl R OLIV1-.R,
i iri-.lt Rector.
ll)r Plerco'a 1. IrtlmTrun
Ian Maml. Nulhingllko
It. IlcntUiUliierun earth
Ctnuint Cuit lor ltuitur.
' wunu rcnowucu. -juiniirnHinis
II ruiituriil inmtlj,'aio at oiw.
Ollnr urltLifnr M1iiiiklkt Kn. 1 '
HUGSETIC E. TRUSS CO.. 3 J Vit Slth MucLKkw
lulu, H, Y. or 2UG 1'twt btrcet, ban I raueltuj, Cat, :
m S tSiiLlL-HC
Order ol liMleru MImc lliilerlnlim
Number of tYleiuls
Hawaii Chapter of the Order of the
ltanteru Star celebrated the annivemarv
of the orKsnisatinti last Monday evening
at MftMiuic Hall. The Chapter i m a
llrnirthiiiK condition. The clal atori
day night followed a bimine meeting of
the tmlcr, the dancing beginning at 9
o'clock. The event vva commemuiative
of Roliert Morrla, LL. L) , the foumler of
the order. "
The hall had lieen iluconiteil with
lulled imhIiii ami fern and the itiusic
provided wn by the Hawaiian quiulelt
The refreshments were unusually fine,
n no one knows o well how to orilirn
.spread a the ladies of the ltunleru Star
The delicious punch and more sulistm
tial viand weie supplied by A V
The ilauct r did not leave the floor mi
til after I o'clock.
The officers of the Chapter at present
are: Worthy aialron, airs. Keith V
atackie; Associate Matron, .Mis. H N
Holmes; Worthy Patron. F. Souza. The
coinmltlLes in charge of the psrty wen
Kiilcrlaitimeiit, .Mrs. I. C. Slmw. airs
Von Artiswahlt, air. Fitzgerald; invita
tions, air. Shoemaker, aiiss Alice
Weight and air. K. V. .Mackie.
The guests were: air. and Mrs. aiarkir.
Holmes, Shaw, .Marsh, Schoeu, .Madeira
Lludimy, aiuinby, Loebcnslcin, Stone,
Hos, Holland, Aungst, James. Mismh
Harriet Hitchcock, Nina Jtatoti, lici
AVviglit, Ktm Loebeiisteln, Anna Crow,
.Marie Cauario, Anita Canario, Florence
Scott, Chola Souzii, .Messrs. O. K. lCn
glish, IJ. K. Richards, IJ. P. Nichols, A
Fraei, W. It. Campbell, I'. Soua, J. V.
Smith. G. N Day, W. II. Schoening, W
S. McLean, L. W. Haworth.
Outpoint; Kinau 1,1st.
C. N. Prouty Jr., R. W. Atkinson, Dr.
J. S. 11. Pratt, W. II. Rice, sou and 2
J servauts; Rev. 3. W. Kekuewa, G. L.
Heunnger, aints Lucy llarber, aiiss 15.
j Akainti, R. Tucker, R. F. Linge, IJ.
' Campbell, atis Clara Smith, aiiss at.
Williams, Mins L. aiac), aiiss IJuiui.i
1 Lewi, aiiss Leishmau, .Mrs. Creightou,
I aiiss ai. Creightou, aiiss Labui, aiiss
f Union, .Miss I. Desha, aiiss Mauri Paly,
Mi llrickwood, aiiss R. Shaw, aiiss U.
llohiienberg, aiiss R. Hohneiiberg, C. II.
Lyman, C. L man, A Lyman, .Miss W.
Holt, aiiss K. Hapai, aiiss A. M. Lum,
I H. aiaby, C. Leeloi airs. Annie Parke,
1 Prof. A. S Griffiths and wife, G. H.Gere,
j F. KirchofT, airs F Carlson, airs. J.
Cornwell, aiiss R. Coruvvell, S. Lalakea,
I .Miss Katy Subtler. R. Saddler, aiisses
' Horner, Annie and Julia Ilaltie, C. K.
Stilman Jr., aiiss Helen Gay, aiiss Tris.
1 dale, Lillian and Hlla Kekuewa, W. Ke-
. kuewa, J. Kimokeo, Miss Adams, aiiss
Young aiiss Homer, aiiss L. Koki, aiiss
I BY AUTHORITY.
air John aiann h is this day been aji
I pointed aiarket Keeper for the town of
'Hilo, Island of Hawaii.
IIIJNRV IJ. COOPUR. I
Superintendent of Public Works, j
Honolulu, Sept. :, I903. ,14.3
Hammond t pew riler, with four extra
sets of tvpe. Condition as new. Cost
ipply TlUHtrxit Office
I will pny the above reward for the
liaiuu of the person who started a slander
ous report concerning me. I wish to sav
to those who have heard it that there i
absolutely no truth 111 the rumor.
I will st I! it Public Auction,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 5, 1903
At IO O'clock a. nv I
I at the rooms on Win iiiueuue streit.otmo
fiitt till Villi mil Stfilili w .ill tin. .tnnl 11
, . ,, . , , .. . ,.
General .Merchandise, also, Household
Fiirnlture.. one Can ..i..uiu....v Tm.
i nrw i
Will ll. I llll silt ill
li II loi it pill all I mil e tile at
Hiil on know on cm e.ch in'e your
old machine for a new binder. IJasy
pav uit'iitH. Telephone 178.
aiOSUS & RAV.MONI), llllo.
1 I I R Y, Auctioneer ;;;
GET THE HABIT
SHORT SI.IJIJVH I'NDURVHSTS 2Gc to 3Dc each
wash pants 40c to 7Bc por pair
IlLUKSURGH PANTS $.2B to SI.OO por pair
SHIRT WAISTS 50c, 65c, 90c oach
The beHtqualil) ".M" WAISTS for girls and boys, 30c oach, 3 for $1.
HOYS' SHIRTS. COLLARS, CRAVATS AND TIKS
Get the habit of going to ,
Property to Lease for a Term of Years
U .Mountain View, elevation isoo feet, fronting Volcano Road, close
to the railroad station. Area loo acres, ot which
Twenty acres is first raltoou cane field properly cleared and plowed.
Ten acres Hawaiian oranges 4 years old.
Nine acres Puna limes 3 to 4 je.irs old.
Five acres imported grafted citrus Irmt (oranges, maudarines, lemons)
Two acres grafted fruit and oranges in bearing.
Two acres limes and maudarines nearly bearing.
Fifteen acres 5 year old coffee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly in bearing plowed land.
One acre pine apples in bearing.
One-fourth acre furniture bamlioo imported varieties.
One-fourth acre vegetable garden plowed land.
One acre of flower garden.
Four acres of fenced pasture.
Five acres ol cleared land ready to be planted.
The rest ol land is forest.
One 9-rootu dwelling house with broad, gl.ied verand ill.
One 2-rooiu separate cottage anil 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 corner of ten acres. The rest of soil four to six
Healthy locality, aiarine and mountain view. Hilo town and port
within one hour bj railro.ul, running three times a day. Freight charges
2.25 a ton. Telephone on the premises. Postofiice, railroad station and
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the
llesules this and together with it, or separate, 250 acres of partly im
proved laud at 22-miles trail, to-wit: Olaa 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
At .louutuln View illrectl) opposite
llllo Railway Depot, l.irue nice lot with
three dwelling houses Title perfect.
2-1 WISH & ROSS.
I For Sale.
Lot 011 Waianuenue stieet, 300 feet,
jm.itikii of Court House. Kmiuire of W. ,
I Roekey or J. U. Smith. tf
lly every bo it we receive new patterns, Kuors honed, Scissors and all edged
prettier than ever this year. Delineator loo,s lnectly nmuil. batisfac
fi.iMi per year; subscriptions received., """ t'i"ranteed.
.MUSl'.S fc RAY.MONM), Tel. 178. kkont htkhkT.
going to tho Habordashory
for Your Boys' Clothing
m. f. Mcdonald, - hilo
Gladiator $3.50 Shoe
Men's patent coltskin Oxford, mon
key skin and fancy pattern quar
ters. A very "nobby" up to date
shoe with lots of style.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
."OH Tilt' BENEFIT OF THE
HILO HOSPITAL I
TICKETS, $1.50 EACH
INCLUDING REFRESHMENTS g
For Sale by lite Ladies of the Coiiimiltees jisE
The Old Reliable Stand is