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Or. Wachs in rusticating ut the Volcnno
Lost 'Drivers bulge 119. Return to
Sam Woods of Koltala is In Ililoon liis
H. K. lUgiu returns to Honolulu today
by the Kliinu.
I,, A. Thurston returns to Honolulu to
day by the Kinau.
Mrs. L. Severance goes to Honolulu
today to visit friends.
John Lycurgus returned from Honolulu
by the Khmu Wcdnesdav .
If you want to drink pure sodii miter
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
R. T. Guard returned Wednesday from
a business trip to Honolulu.
A. H.Jackson Is u passenger to Hono
lulu todny on n business trip.
I M. U'hitehniisc iiiul wife leave by
the Kitiuii for Honolulu today.
Mrs. Aug. Swrao anil children leave by
the Kinau today for Honolulu.
Jns. Kennedy, storekeeper at Paauhaii,
is in the city with his wife visiting friends.
Kooms and board 101 two couples at
A. Richley's. All modern conveniences.
Manager Ross and wife of the Hakalau
plantation areat the Viiii'.iiio House for n
Mrs. J. I,. Richardson and Miss Ruth
Richardson go to Honolulu by the Kiiiiut
Mrs. l'hili) I'eck and daughters go to
Olaa today to be gone for n three weeks'
Pricnds of Hany Kluegel report his
wedding at San Prancisco, Wednesday,
An indigent Japanese, living on Prout
street committed suicide Tuesday by
J. C. Ridgw.iy came home by the
Kinau Wednesday after a mouth's ab
sence from the city.
P.vangelino da Silva has been granted
a power of attorney to transact the busi
ness of Philip J. Mcnezes.
Presh plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage delicaces
go to California Pruit Market.
J. Hall and wife of Kohala are in the
city and will leave for the Coast by the
Palls of Clyde ou her next trip.
II. L. Williams of Puna was thrown
from his horse one day last week result
ing in the dislocation of his shoulder.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by Mr. Vanuatu at 3 miles, Kan
tnana road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
C. W. Itiildwiu, School Inspector, is
on the Island of Hawaii on official busi
ness. He will be in Hilo today or tomor
row. Rev. S. II. Morgan has returned from
his outing at Seaconnet beach and will
resume regular services at the St. J allies
A special meeting of the Hilo Agricul
tural Society, with Jared G. Smith pre
sent will be held at the office of C. Pur
tieaux, Saturday, October 3.
The Third precinct polling place has
been changed from the llont lauding to
the Davies warehouse at the corner of
I'ront street and Piopio road.
The Social Club is the latest in Hilo.
This club is organized for the laudable
purpose of physical culture. A reading
room and gymnasium will be fitted up in
the Sprcckels block.
The Poresters (A. O. P ) of this city
will give a dramatic and musical enter
Uiiimeut within the next few weeks.
Various committees are now at work
planning out the affair.
A small party waseutertaiued at dinner
at the home of A. It. Loebeiistein in
Putii'o last Wednesday evening in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. I,. M. Whilehouse who
leave by the Kinau today for Honolulu.
Reports from the Volcano House sUte
that the crater is still in a state of quies
cent activity. The volumes of steam are
as great as ever. Mr. Hidgood reports the
weather ot Kilauca as unusually bracing
THE TWO GREAT
Are at your service
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic and food for ever) body
Sold at a bargain.
PIONP.P.R WINK AND
TP.L. 23 CHURCH STRP.P.T
i ii . ii i iii
v ua it i: snow,
11 11 man Proe; at Hi 11 .liipiiiirM
Tlirnl ii Flw Mirlils.
An Australian Uxclmnge says: Perry
has been a inuch-heurd-of man in this
State for a long lime past, and the theatre
wis packed to the doors jestcrday even
ing by a highly expectant crowd. P.very
one had heard Perry described as 11 mar
vel of the age, but no one was prepared
for the wonderful exhibition he gave. It
was quilt unique nnil tar excelled any
coutortional display ever given here. The
stage was so arranged as to make an ad-
mirable rctiresentiitiou of frciL'lnnd. and
w hen Perry came hopping out it was hard Tllc ceiling was studded with iucaudes
to realize that a human belnu was reallv ' cent lights of many hues. The wants of
before the spectators. The surprise of ,
the people increased to amazement as he '
gatnlwlled about and littered froggy I
noises, but the climax was not reached
until he mounted the pedestal and
perched on a little stand three inches in
diameter. Seated there he went through
a long series of marvelous contortions,
twisting and bending his body and limbs
in a manner that can hardly be credited,
and which baflles description. P.verv
thing was done with ease and grace, so
that there was nothing tepulsive about
the display . The spectators upplaudid
again and again, ami when he hopped olf
the stage the applause increased to an
ovation. Perry came hick and swung
himself up to a bar suspended from the
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roof, and, hanging by his arms, went I
through some more surprising feats with '
remarkable dexterity. He then removed I
his head piece and was cheered to the 1
echo. The applause was maintained un-
til he twice returned and bowed his ac-
kuowlcdgments. Perry cannot be too
lavishly praised am! no one should miss
the opportunity of seeing him. The
comic singer also caught on at once and
received a triple encore. The wonder-
scope's miscellaneous items also pleased
The war enthusiasm has apparently not
died away altogether and the appearance
of I.ord Roberts was greeted with cheers.
The funny pictures created laughter ntid
the whole entertainment was most enjoy
able. Perry opens at the Japanese Theater
Saturday, September 26, for five nights.
Kinau Passenger List
C- C. Castle, II. R. Wood, C. Conrodt,
J. A. Campbell, W. P, Miller. J. W.
I.owe, W. Terry and wife, Mrs. C. Had
daky and child, John I.ycurgus, Mrs.
Iaukea, J. C. Ridgway. R. T. Guard, T.
Cottiigc for Rent.
Pumished four-room cottage for rent
on reasonable terms. Situated on Waia
nucniie street. All modern conveniences.
Apply to C. II. W. HITCHGOCK
Rev. Desha will speak at Waiakea
Chapel next Sunday evening.
Por Sale One horse, price 475; also 20
chickens, apply to Dr. Hayes, Olaa.
The action on Kauat to compel the
registration of voters for the County clec
tion will be watched with interest by
those who want to vote this fall but can
not because they did not register twelve
Chamiikki.ain'.s Cour.lt Ri!Mi'.nv is a
cure for severe colds, persistent coughs i ' '
and a preventive of pneumonia. It is the Revenue Cutter,
mothers' favorite for whooping cough, i Honolulu, Sept. 22. Acting Collector
It always cures and cures quickly. The stackable received a letter from Collector
Hilo Drug Co. sells it. i; R- Stackable at San Praucisco in yes-
The property owners and tax payers of terday's mail, stating that Assistant Sec
Hilo arc forwarding a big petition to the I retary Armstrong has given assurances
Department of Public Works asking that 1 that Hawaii will have a revenue cutter
the new steel bridge over Wailuku river 1 before November 1st. According to the
be erected at the proper level. The peti- letter either the Manning or the Mc-
tion is signed
man in town.
by nearly every business
Treasurer Kcpoikai has approved the
incorporation papers of the A Vo. Pub-
lica Publishing Co., Ltd., recently organ
ized here with a capital stock limit of
f 5,000. The Portuguese weekly paper,
A Voz Publica, will hereafter become the
property of this company , G. P. AiTonso
will continue as editor and manager of
Sectoral Registrar Ihickland this week
notified Secretary Alfonso of the Third
Precinct Republican Club (Waiakea) that
the Governor has approved the change of
the polling place from the Waiakea boat
wharf to Davies & Co's warehouse, cor
ner of Waiakea and Kalcpolepo streets.
This is about central from all points of
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
hit.o fiunuNK, ntr,o.
ii mi i I" in "'JL; ')
iiiiit.vs ci.imi iam;i:.
Ilrlllluiil I'nrly (liven .Siilurilii)
NlKhl ut Sprcckels' Hull.
"The piper loud and louder blew,
The dancers quick and quicker flew,
They reele'd, they set, they crossed, they
Till ilka cnrliu swat and reekit."
The dance given by the Robert Hums
Club at Sprcckels' Hall last Saturday
evening was a brilliant party and reflected
credit upon those who managed the pre
liminaries. The halj was beautifully decorated with
branches of bamboo and fern leaves.
I'" - " numerous guests were anticipated and
everything had been piovided that could
'"' to Uclr pleasure and comfort. The
music for the evening was supplied by
the Hawaiian Quartette.
The floor was managed by W. Ros
Campbell, assisted by Keith P. Mackie
and AlexPrascr. The program contained
a variety of dances that made the occa
sion one ol exceptional inletest. Resides
the waltz and two-step there were Scotch
reels and Highland Scholtichcs, which
w ere appreciated by dancers and specta
Durjng the intermission for refresh
ments the company was entertained with
ah exhibition ol Highland dancing by
Kenneth Cameiou. He was tlreesert 111 I
Highland costume and the dancing was
applauded. The refreshments were the j
best that could be procured. When the
honors had been done to these, the dan- j
ccrs returned to their pleasures, which ,
weie too early cut short by the hour of
The committees in charge of the dance
were as follows:
Invitation and Reception Keith P.
Mackie, W. C. Cook, J, I). Kennedy, I).
llntchart, K. Cameron, W. R. Campbell,
Program K. P. Mackie, A. Praser, W.
R. Campbell. I
Decoration J. I) Kennedy, Keith P.
Mackie, Alex Valentine, James Heudcr-,
son, Jno. Praser, W. llrien. 1
Keiresiimenis vv. K. (.ampucu, Alex
Praser, James Henderson.
Music and Hall James Henderson,
Alax Praser, Jno. Praser.
The Hums Club has had a prosperous
year and lias come to be one of Hilo's
most popular organizations. One ot its
cardinal principles is to promote the
social graces and once or twice a year, it
gives a splendid ball or banquet.
The guests present last Saturday even
ing numbered over two hundred.
Company l)'s Limit.
The luau given by members of Com
pany D last Thursday night in honor oft
their visitors, the Captain and members
of Company P of Honolulu, was a very
happy affair. The evening was rainy,
but that cut no figure with soldiers nor
the guests of soldiers. Tarpaulins were
hung over the tables and the feast pro
ceeded with no discomfort. After the
bounty of the tables had been exhausted,
Captain Pctler called on some of the
guests for speeches. The list of speakers
included Judge I.itte, Sheriff Andrews,
R. T. Guard, J. T. Stacker, Rev. Jere
miah Zimmerman, D. I)., IJ,. I)., Jock
McGuire, Captain Pettcr, J. D. Lewis.
Culloch is to be ordered to Honolulu, to
be stationed in the Islands permanently.
Ilolh cutters are now ou the coast and if
the Manning is sent here she will remain
in the Islands until a new cutter is con
structed, especially for Hawaii,
Oulgolni: Kliinu List.
.Mrs. Aug. Serrao and three children,
Mrs. L. Severance, I). Scudder, J. John-
son, Miss Johnson, C, Miller and wife, j
lRcv- J- Mathews, Robert King, R. R. ,
,Ki" A- Jackson, Miss L. Aim, Mrs.
Walbritlgc and son, D. Janiieson, R. O.
Hall, A. A. Ilraymer, L. A. Thurston, K. 1
I K. P.ixtou, W. L. Hall, A. W. Carter,
Miss Horner, Miss R. Richardson, Mrs.
J. L. Richardson, J. 1. Higgins, J. M.
Coulsou, L. M. Whitchouseand wife?
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New jlillliuy Squad.
There is to be a new squad of soldiers
in town, Captain Lake will be the drill
master and Waiakea Mission will furnish
the recruits. The initial drill was held
one evening recently and the Captain is
more than pleased vvith his material.
The idea originated vvith Miss Wight,
who has charge of the Mission and the
boys are taking up with the idea enthu
siastically. First I'orcign Church.
Services next Sabbath at 11 a. m. and
7 30 p 111. Morning btibject "The Test
of Love " livening subject "A Safe
Guide for the Young ' Everybody wel
come P L, NASH.
I Dr.Plerco'i Elietnt Trust
'li Marvel. Nothing llkt
It. Rett Hattlncroo earth
anil c Cmuint Curt (or Rupture.
World renowned. 27linproveiate.
II rupturrd Invcitljate at one
flail or write for "llitOKLXT No 1 '
MsGSETIC E.TRISS CO., 33 Weit Ilth hirer t. Ni
Yuan, ii. V, or 2UG Poat btrcU, ban 1'rancUi.o, Cat,
The president) Mr Jucd O. Smith, has
culled a meeting of the Painters' Institute,
' lobe held at UahlawH, Oalnt, on Situr
' day evening, October 2., 19113.
Mr. II. (). Clark will present 11 pnper
1 1111. "Tli.. t..ull.llll.. ..fil... ti.....tl.. ......... I
w. ...v. . .-i.miij wi nil: it i:it'riiiv:ii t
of the Pruit Industry in Hawaii," to be
followed by a discussion in which .Mr. J.
K. Higgins ami others will pmicimtc.
Dr. 15. C. Shorey, chemist of the U. S.
Kxpcrlmenl Station, will give 11 paper on
"Recent Woik in Agricultural Chem
istry." Mr. J. T. Crawley, Manager of
the Hawaiian Pcrtlllcr Works, will lead
the discussion on this paper. 1). I Van
Dine will give an illustrated talk on,
"Insects Injurious and ilcucficial to the
Members of the Institute, desiring to
attend this meeting, should consult with
the Secretary at once, providing the
have not already m ide arrangements for
transportation and entertainment
Very sincere!) ,
I). 1,. VAN MNP..
Sec'y Partners' Institute
San Pranclseo. Sept. II. bananas, per
bunch, Hawaiian, $("$ -75. Illucfield'..
l753". pineapples, per do.. $(. 3
New Vol k. Sept 10 The market for
coffee futures opened quiet at unchanged
prices. The final lone was stem), un
changed to five points highei.
Sot Rio, linn; No. 7 invoice, 5 3-161-,
Sugar, firm; refined, firm.
A KILAI1I5A I.ODGP. NO. 330,
lr P. and A.M. There will be a
, special meeting of the nbove
n - - - - -- ft ---
36, 1903, at 7:30 p m. Work in second
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
llv order of the W. M.
THOS. C. RIDGWAV,
I will be responsible for no debts con
tracted by any member of the crew of the
For Sale or Louse. i
I will sell or lease the P.lite Steam
Laundry. Machinery all In good coudi-1
tion. GP.O. MUMMY.
rilK WORLD'S GRKATP.ST MARVP.L
THE HUMAN FROG
Saturday Night, Sept. 26
And every night thereafter to
Thursday Night, October I, Inclusive
Performing His Original, Weird and
M)stcrtous Acts which have caused a
profound sensation m all thepriucipil
cities of the world. He must be seen
to be believed. Assisted b)
MISS HATTIE FAIRMOUHT
Presenting the world's greatest events
THE COHBETT-JEFFRIES HQIIT!
BULL FIGHT NEW PICTURES!
Prices to Suit the Times!
ADMISSION, - 25 CENTS
Reserved Chairs, for Ladies and Gen
tlemen, 50 cents.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903
Passenger Trains, Ivxctpt Suiida) .
ar.. Mount. "w..lv
. Ohm Mill. ..ar
4;ooar Kcaau ar
4:15 ar... Perndale...ar
,lv lillo ar
,. Jar. ..Olaa Mill...ar
.,,,ar.,I'ahoa J tin car
ar t'alioa ar
, ar.,Pahoa Jtincar
Jar puna tv
ar ralioa ar
ar Puna Iv
Kxcitrsion tickets between all points
are sold ou Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for'twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
, W. II. LAMIIP.RT,
$3.25 and S3.50 Each
Impossible to find the same quality in any
other line at these prices
A printed guarantee with every hat.
Tho Promlor Habordnshory
m. f. Mcdonald, - hilo
1 3 MHiBI
J. Q. 5ERRA0
I am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with a new and large stock
of the best brands of ... .
Sole Agents for the
CELEBRATED PR I MO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, 'Hawaii
Partial List of New Goods
By late arrivals from the Coast:
Hat Frames in the Latest Styles
Molines and Silk Hats in All Colors
Ostrich Feathers, Aigrettes and Quills
Persian Hands the very latest
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Mail) who read this advertisement
have never seen ail) PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In its
pure state it is a most pleasing,
fragrant? pungent condiment, but
the article common!) sold a little
black pepper and a lot of roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal to any
one. Our PEPPER comes 111
15c, 25c, 40c and 75c tins, and it
will be a lesson to you to try a till
of it and learn how little you have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
In future advertisemeiits'we will
spe ik of Red Pepper, White Pep
per, Kllglish Mustard, Leaf Sage,
Allspice, etc In the meantime we
want to show )uu the goods at our
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
jwi uniy U0., Ltd.
I f -
Q. W. Lockington
FRONT STREET, - HILO
I At Mountain View Pruit Orchards:
Presli imported cows, Peking ducks,
canary birds, donkeys, potted palms anil
ferns. Inquire Hilo Driii; Store,
Gladiator $3.50 Shoe
Men's patent eoltskin Oxford, mon
key skin nml fancy pattern quar
ters. A very "nolibj" uptodate
shoe with lots of style.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
Waiakea Boat House
R.A LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAlAKKA 1JRIDGK, HILO
IIAV1-: NOW A PLP.KT OP
and Small Boats
POR PUIILIC IIIRK
Passengers and baggage taken to and
front vessels in" the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKI,KPIIONU
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en-
I gine. Sues from I i h. p. upwards.
boats fitted with this enuine or frames 01
any sie to order. Por particulars apply
R. A. LUCAS, -Manager.
1. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
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