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Till? WWSKiW 1111,0 TRIHUNK. HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, SliPTKM.mR 18, 1903.
MATTKIIS IX OOUKT.
1 1 Hi)
I'. V. Hccklcy lenves by the Kinau to
liny. I.OST Drivers Incite 119. Hcturn lo
F. II. Wnrlatnl goes In Honolulu today
liy the Kiiuiti.
I). I.ycurgus came linuie Wednesday
R. R. Klgin was mi nrrivnl by Hie
Mrs. IJidgood left for the Coast by the
1. Peck returned by the Klnau from n
business trip to Honolulu.
Mrs. Henry Deacon was nil nrrlval by
the Kiunu Wednesday.
G. II. Gere and Mrs. Gere arrived by
the Kiuau Wednesday.
If you want to drink pure soda wntcr
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
Judge I'. S. I.ymau is n passenger by
the Kinau today for Honolulu.
R. I. I.illie departed b the Knterprise
on a business trip to the Coast.
Manager Mdgood ol the Volcano I
House was in the city Saturday.
For Sale One lume. price $75; nlso 20
chickens, apply to Dr. Hayes, Oln.i.
Mrs. W. II. Lambert went to the Coast
by the Knterprise sailing Tuesday.
Rooms for rent Hot and cold water
baths. Apply to C. II. W. Hitchcock.
Judge Little was the guest of honor at
the Iuiiii last night given by the soldiers.
Rooms and board tor two couples at
A. Richley's. All modern conveniences.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Clay left for the
Coast by the Knterprise to remain until
The funeral of August Serrao was held
last Friday aitcrnoou from the Portuguese
The Cinch Club will meet today at the
usual hour ot the home of Miss Stella
Peck in Puueo.
Fresh plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower und other cold storage delicaces
go to California Fruit Market.
There will be no services at St. James'
Mission next Sunday, owing to the indis
position of the Rev. S. II. Morgan.
J. U. Smith, W. T Maiding. Geo. Mum
by and Dr. Rice left Tuesday morning for
a ten days hunting trip on Mniina Kca.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by Mr. Vnunatta at 3 miles, Kau
uianti road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
Chas, McFarlane of llritish Columbia,
who has been in the city on legal business
leaves by the Kinau today for his home.
J. T. Moir nnd family arrived home by
the Kinau Wednesday from n trip of six
months to Scotland, Mr. Moir'sold home.
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Ltd., agents for the United States Fidelity
and Guaranty Co., advertise in the Tiu
dunh the class of persons for whom they
issue surety bonds.
K. Iliela has accepted the position of
station agent for the Hilo Rnilroad at
Right Miles to succeed Mr. Conindt.
Mr. Connidt will lake 11 position in the
wholesale liquor house recently opened
by J. G. Serrao.
Win. Todd has gone into business for
himself nnd will make good harness ai.d
fine saddles to order. He is known
throughout the Islands for his famous
Kuglish saddles and asks for n portion of
the trade in his line.
ClIA.MHKKI.AIN'.S COUOH RK.MKDV is a
cure for severe colds, persistent coughs
and a preventive of pneumonia. It is the
mothers' favorite for whooping cough.
It always cures und cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
Mrs. F. L. Nash entertained the
Woman's Hoard last Tuesday afternoon.
About twenty-five were present. Mrs."
Furueaux, Mrs. Scott, Miss Deyo and
Miss Potter gave vacation experiences,
which were greatly enjoyed by the less
fortunate ones who were obliged to re
main nt home.
Week It It Ciiulty and
Judge Little has been trying 11 number
of equity and probate ones the past
week. The unit of Chas. Mcl'arlaud vs.
1'. S. Lyman, L. C. Lyman nnd J. Reese
required four days to try nnd is now
under advisement. The suit is one for
specific performance of 11 contract to pur
chase ii-it.iiu lands nbove Kallmann.
The deal whs made in 1899 nnd nil the
purchase price paid nt the time except
about fSooo, for which suit is now
brought. The defense alleges 11 verbal
contract which provides that the defend
ant was toclearthe land nnd put in crops,
the expense to be borne by the plaintiff.
It is nlso alleged by the defense that a
power of attorney from the McPurlands
to the defendants authorized such work
nnd expenditures on behnlf of the plain
tiff. Wise & Ross for plaintiffs; Smith &
Parsons for defendants.
The suit of I. K. Ray vs. II. II. Ilrown
on covenant of warranty to recover dam
oges has been tried and is under advise
company r miiiiii.
(loud Soldiers Delight lltlo People
The exhibition drill nt Hoolulu Park
Inst Sunday by Company 1' from Hono
lulu attracted n large crowd. The grand
stand was well filled by people who ap
planded the movements of Captain John
son's men nt every turn. In fact the sol
CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY
Kvcry Candidate for n County office in
the Counties of Kust llnwnii, West Ha
waii, Maui nnd Knuni must file his nomi
nation paper nt the office of the Secretory
of the Territory, in Honolulu, not later
claim being that one-third of the property
sold did not belong to the defendunt mid
was erroneously included in the descrip
tion in the deed. I.e lllond & Smith for
plaintiff: Smith & Parsons for defendant.
The Japanese parents of the I44 yenr
old wife of one Tuka, on n writ of habeas
corpus, nsked for the custody of their
daughter on the ground Hint she was ille
gally restrained of her liberty by her
Serrao and M G. Santos appointed tem
I. IS. Rny, as Administrator for the es-'
tale of Gus Schwnrtze, has made his final I
report and received his discharge.
The Hand rinnnces.
The Hilo band has been again pro
vided for financially by popular subscrip
tion. C. C. Kennedy circulated 11 paper
a few days ago and raised over f6oo.
This will give n new impetus to the work
of the baud boys which is thoroughly ap
preciated by the people of Hilo. The
band has been liberally patronized by
local Hilo merchants and business men
and is distinctly a Hilo organization. It
receives no subsidy from the Territorial
Klnau Passenger List
J. T. Moir, wife and children, P. Peck,
R. R. Klgiu, D. Lvcurgus, K. K. Paxton,
Miss Kiutua Forbes, Miss illiainson,
Miss Lampman, Mrs. Henry Deacon,
Master R. II. Hitchcock, Mrs. F. G.
Stone, Miss L. Dunne, Mnkamitsu, R.
Howatt, II. II. Gere and wife, J. J. Delser
and wife, W. Herlowitz, T. Sy Lo, Dr.
Jones, Rex. Mrtthews, A. K. Iliggins,
Robert Sadler, Kmil Krug, Miss M. Flan
kard, Miss M. Dow, K. Ilordcn nnd wife,
Mrs. M. Winter, Mrs. F.mmet May.
I 2MB i rP
HHfik PER GALLON ILwSf'i
BBEh run.mn,l tt.irt fittil f,w..l r,. .....i.n.i.. ' IkVJJll rill
jHuiJ ' Sold at a b.tr.uu.
H Hoffschlaeger Co.,
flSalI PIONKKR WINK AND
jWgjflfi LIQUOR HOUSK
JSBlBl tf:l. 23 church strkkt I
diersof this good company, whether in I '"" 5 o'clock on the iiltcrnnon ofTues
tue street or on the parade ground have I Kvt October 13th, 1903, accompanied by
won favorable comment und npplnuse ' n deposit of Twenty-five Dollars.
from the people of Hilo during their en
Last Sunday, the nfternoon was well
filled with entertainment for the people.
A ball game between Ileamer's Specials
nnd the Hilo Rnilroad nine came first. ;
The game was one of the best of the sea- .
sou and resulted in n victory for the Wni-1
nkea boys with 11 score of .5 to 2. The
section men led off with good bitting und
monumental luck in the first inning,
giving them n lend of three scores, which
the bike boys failed to duplicate. Crow
nnd Knell umpired the game.
The nppearance of Captain Johnson
incut by the Court. The platnttlt asks nd his men in the center field was n
for f 1500 under n warranty deed from the signal for applause from the grand stand,
deletidatit forn lot on Volcano street, the The company went through 11 variety of
Nomination papers must be signed by
not less than twenty-five (25) duly quali
fied electors of the County for which such
election is to be held.
G. R. CARTKR.
Secretary of the Territory
C. R. 1IUCKL.ANI),
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903. .6.
AT THE HABERDASHERY
Received and opened this week a general assortment of
Furnishings and Clothing. All these goods bear the trade
mark of reliable manufacturers. There are SHIRTS,
PAJAHAS, NIGHT SHIRTS, FANCY SOCKS and a
line of Fottr-in-Hand Tics that is just right in colors, just
right in designs. Men's Light-Weight Blue Serge Suits
will sell for $15 each.. Blue Serge Trousers will sell for
$4 per pair. Come here for your Furnishings and Clothing
m. f. Mcdonald, - hilo
Mr. John Mann has this day been ap
pointed Market Keeper for the town of
Hilo, Island of Hawaii.
HKNRV K. COOPKR.
Superintendent of Public Works
Honolulu, Sept. 1, I903. 44-3
I CATHOLIC CHURCH, IIKUlttlt STKKKT.
I Sundays Holy Mass nt 7, 9 and 10:30
I a. m.
I At 7 a. m. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 a. 111. Kuglish sermon.
At 10:3011. m. Hawaiian sermon.
husband. After hearing, the writ was 1 House. They went by rail to Mountain j 'J1 J 1- " "osary. rortuguese sermon
quashed and the young wife restored to View, from whence n march of six hours "week nays-Hol Mass every dnv at
the custody of her husband. ' ' through tropical woods brought them to I 6 n, m "
The will of the late August G. Serrao tlm welcome of Manager Ilidgood nt Hn-1 Kvery Sunday afternoon Kuglish in-
has been filed for probate, and John O wnii's famous hostlery. They arrived at str"c' ,11 fr boys and Kins n( mother's
3 o'clock p. m. At the Volcano, they ? ", , ' " "!. ""
visaed me cnuer mm oiuer points 01 in
terest nnd nt night bivouneed on the bil-'
Hard room floor. I
The company returned to Hilo Wednes-1
day morning. Last night the men j
marched through Hilo streets and drilled
at the Postoffice corner, after liich n big
limit was given at their quarters on Vol-1
caiio street. Today they depart by the
Kinau for Honolulu having had a streu
nous but lovely time on the Dig Island.
evolutions with such precision and sol
dierlike bearing that the ripple of appro
bation from the spectators, did not stop
until the Captain nnd his men left the
The proceeds nt the gate were nearly
f2oo, of which nbout $125 went to the
Monday morning, the company, con
sisting of 44 men, went to the Volcano
Gladiator $3.50 Shoe
Men's patent cohskin Oxford, mon
key skin and fancy pattern quar
ters. A very "nobby" up to date
shoe with lots of stj le.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wautsof the faithful.
J. G. SERRAO
Ship man Street
Lot on Waiauueliue
mauka of Court House.
iRockcy or J. U. Smith.
street, 300 feet
Enquire of W.
THE TWO GREAT
Are at your service
Our Six Years Old
Outgoing Kliiiiu List.
Miss M. Dow, Miss M. Staukard, K.
Ilordcn nnd wife, Kmil King, Dr. Jones,
A. K. Nowahi and wife, C. Sawano, A.
Ilrnynier Miss Ivy Richardson, F. S. Ly
man, John Lycurgus, W. Nichols, Major
Harris mid wife, Mrs. Kaudn nud child,
Mrs. M. Ainu nnd two children, W. Had
ley, Lieut. Cnrlyle, F. II. Warlnud. J. P,
Rasmussen, Cnpt. S. Johnson, Lieut. C.
Costa, Miss Alice Lang, Missjulia Quinn,
J. S. Low, Miss La Voy, F. W. Ileckley
and wife, forty members Co. F.
The people who attended the show
given by Willie Preearat Spreckcls' Hall
Saturday and Tuesday nights were ampfy
repaid. As an impersonator und mono
logue artist Hilo will not soon see his
l'irst Foreign Church.
Services next Sabbath at 11 n. m. nud
7:30 p.m. Morning subject "A Chris
tian Gentleman." Kvening subject
"The Snare of the Fowler." Kverybody
welcome. V. L. NASH.
Cottage for Kent.
Furnished four-room cottage for rent
on reasonable terms. Situated on Waia
mieuue street All modern conveniences.
Apply to C II W IIITCIIGOCK
THE OLD RELIABLE
The union meeting Sunday evening
was unusually well attended. All were
glad to sec the Hilo Hoarding School
cadets again in their accustomed places.
Rev. V. L. Nash presided, and the pre
liminary parts were taken by the local 1 -
The Waiakea Mission children attended
in n tody nnd ndded greatly to the inter
est by their well-rendered selections.
The same can be said of the male quar
tette nud the solos by Mr. Kclima. Mrs.
Iilack's recitation, "A Loudon Waif,"
was earnestly nnd grncefully given.
The speaker of the evening a woman,
by the way, using ns a text Longfellow's
" The woman with the lamp shall stand
A chosen symbol of the laud,"
showed how women hnve helped in the
work ol the world.
Her lamp has burned with greatest bril
liancy in the church of God, and has
irradiated the dark places of heathenism
with gospel light. It has brightened
hospital ami camp when the dread scourge
of war was in the laud, and has burned
as 11 clear nnd bteady beacon in philan
thropy and education. It led the men in
the great temperance reform, and through
its power nud influence will come the
clear, calm shining of the sun over 11 new
earth wherein dwelleth righteousness.
For Sale or Louse.
I am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with n new and large stock
of the best brands of ... ,
I will sell or lease the Klitc Steam
Laundry. Machinery all in good condi
tion. GKO. MUMIIV.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules ol the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES j
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk '
Lamps, etc., always on hand. I
Fan Motors . . . $15 ,
Fan Motors, swivel frame, 8 I
Sowing Machine Motor 20 1
Power for operating them ft n mouth
Price of Lamps Roducod.
Sole Agents for the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii
WE WILLJ30ND YOU
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The United States Fidelity and Guaranty Go.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000.00.
Kntered: Monday, September 14, Ameri
can lurk Amy Turner, Captain War
laud, 16 days from San Francisco,
with general cargo.
Cleared: Tuesday, September 15, S. S.
Knterprise, Captain Miller, for San
Francisco Sugar Cargo Hilo Sugar
Co., 10,206 bags; Hakalau, 4024 bags;
Olaa, 1713 bags. Ilauanas, 1344
bunches; coffee, 43,445 bags.
Kntered: Thursday, September 17, Amer
ican schooner Commerce, Ilutcushou,
master, 51 days from Newcastle, with
1045 tons of coal for the Hilo Kail
Rail road Co.
1B-C. P. Lamps, 23c Each
Kstimatcs furnished on all classes of
Klectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
Issues Surety llouds for Federal and Territorial Office Holders, Hank
Cashiers and Clerks. Mercantile Kmployees, Contractors, Administra
tors, Guardians, and General Judicial llouds.
P. O. BOX 346,
Hilo Railroad Co
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Kxcepl Sunday.
' Waiakea Boat House
Touchers' Itcadluir Circle.
I The Teachers' Reading Club will hold
its first meeting of the season at the
I Union School Iluilding, Tuesday, Septem
' her 22, at 7:30 p. 111. Teachers and ull
others who wish to attend are cordially
invited lo be present.
The program will be as follows:
Current Kvents, Hawaiian Woods and
Their Uses, Kuglaiid Hefore the Hoiiiau
Conquest, Geography and History of
Venice, Desctiptious of St. Marks.
7HERE1S NO SUBSTITUTE
A wireless telegram from Honolulu to
the Tkiiiu.ni! stated that the County Con
vention over there had not yet completed
its labors and would meet again last
The nominations made when the (lis.
patch was sent were: Sheriff A. M.
Ilrown; Murray, Clerk, and Sherwood,
$20 Belt for $5.
"Ur.AIUen's Electric Uelt."
WarrtnUil genuine. Not
to) No humbug It cur,
Without (IrUL'i. Circular. fn.
Kent liv mall nn rmlpt of $5
Try Klfttiltitv. KuAl'imiw
20G Post St , SAM KMCISCO. CU or
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Many who read this advertisement
have never seen any PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In its
pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper and a lot of roasted
permit shells, cannot appe:
one. Our PEPPER
15c, 25c. 4c and 75c
lesson to you to try
tarn how little you
advertisements we will
i will be a les
of it and leu
known of B
T In fill ilrt-
speak of Red Pepper, White Pep- f
per, Kuglish .Mustard, Leaf Sage, 0
Allspice, etc. In the meantime we i
t of roasted j ,.,,,.,,,.,
ipealtoany T1 from vessels ii
t comes in r ' rates. I.auuc
tins, and it f . '" private pic
a tin i
R.A. I.UCAS & CO., l'rop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGK, HII.0
HAVK NOW A FI.KKT OF
and Small Boats
FOR I'UilMC HIRK
and baggage taken to and
in the harbor at reasonable
uuehes oud rowboats to hire
picnics ami moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TUUvPIIONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
want to show you the goods .it our
Kxcursiou tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays ami Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, ami
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. I.AM11KRT,
5 The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Q. W. Lockington
FRONT STREET, - HILO
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
10 me steam cu
ll, t). upwards.
iigille or frames ol
any sue to order. For particulars apply
i practicability it is eipial ti
gine. Sles from iyt 1
f I lloats fitted with this engi
At Mountain View Fruit Orchards: ,
Fresh impoited cows, Peking ducks, A-ltiX.
canary uiriis, uoiiKeys, potted palms unit
ferns. Iiupiiru Hilo Drug Store.
R. A. I.UCAS, Manager.
. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.