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Tim WBKKLY HII.O TRIHUNU, IIII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBRU a, 1903.
If you want to drink pure soda wntcr
ring 117. l'roiiipt delivery.
K. N. Holmes is offering new tilings in
men's lints advertised in this issue.
A. II. Jackson entile home by the
Klnati from n business trip to Honolulu.
Rooms nnd lionrd for two couples nt
A. Kichley's. All modern conveniences.
A notary public commission has been
Issued to Fred Hrcyman of the Ililo Mer
We still exchange New Singers for old
sewing machines. Apply to Moses &
P. C. lleniner returned the first of the
week from a successful business trip
Mrs. S. C. Ridgway is the guest ofMis.
Peck nnd daughters til their niountnin
home in Olnn.
October patterns nnd publications are
here. Call and look them over at Moses
There will be a band concert Sunday
afternoon at the hotel grounds if the
O. V. Lockiugton hax been on the sick
list for a week, but is again nt his post in
his furniture emporium.
Fresh plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower and other cold storage delicaccs
go to California Fruit Market.
Marston Ciunpbcll came up by the
Kinau this week on Public Works busi
ness, returning by today's Kiuau.
Weather permitting, the contractors
hope to have the Villa Franca water pipe
system completed within a week.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by Mr. Vannatta at 3 miles, Kall
mann road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
P. Peck and J. S. Ontario returnid
Wednesday from ti trip through Haunt
kitn in the interest of the Kohala-Hilo
The F.Iks Club will soon issue invita
tions for n Ladies Sci il session to be
held in their club rooms Friday evening,
An outfit of Japanese from Puna were
in the District Court this week charged
with conspiracy to extort money from
one of their countrymen.
The Hilo Wine and Liquor Company
advertise in this issue a number of new
brands of choice liquors for which that
firm is exclusive agent for the Islands.
The Honolulu Iron Works has estab
lished n branch office in Hilo with Mr.
Keech in charge. The offices are with
Theo. II. Davies & Co. on Waianuenue
The Amy Turner sailed Saturday lor
San Francisco. Captain Warland wns
accompanied by Mrs, Warland and his
son F. II. Warland. The latter will go
to New York.
Robert Horner and Mrs. Homer were
in the city Monday on their way to the
Volcano Home for a slant outing. Mr.
Homer visited the F.Iks Social Session
Miss Fracker, formerly stenographer
for the Fourth Circuit Court, and who
left Hawaii some mouths ago on account
of her health, died at Redlands, Cali
fornia, September 2.
A. II. Jackson has secured the agency
for the United States Fidelity and
Guaranty Company for this Island and is
ready to furnish bonds for County officials
or any one in a position of trust.
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
Captain Fetter of Company I) will go
to Honolulu soon to consult with Terri
torial officials about the armory for the
National Guard in Hilo. The Legislature
appropriated $5,000 for the purpose and
Captain Fetter hopes to hasten the day
when this money shall be available.
ISeutou & Arioli have been given an
extension of their contract to build a new
road from the Volcano House to Pnhala,
n total length of fourteen miles. The ad
ditional sectiou awarded brings the total
amount of this contract to about $60,000,
Work is progressing.
THE TWO GREAT
Are at your service.
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic anil food for everybody
Sold at n bargain.
PIONF.F.R WINK AND
TKL. 23 CHURCH STKK15T
Opened hi (lie I'mrork lllock on
W 11 1 'i mi en lie Street.
The Republicans of Hast Hawaii have
opened lieadquniters on Waintiucuue
street ill the Peacock block, James I).
Lewis will have clnrge of the headquar
ter.-! ntul Republicans from all pattsof the
Territo.y are inviteil to drop in when in
town. The lelectiou of the Peacock
building for headquarters was made by
the comumiec at a meeting held last Sat
urday. The rooms arc furnished to the
pa; y gratis by Mr. Austin and have
evciy convenience for the purpose for
which they were selected.
The telephone number of the Republi
can Hcadquiulers is 122. Alt demands
and inquiries received from the country
will be given immediate consideration.
Those interested in the progress of the
Republican campaign ate Invited to make
themselves comfor able at Headquarters.
. t .
Slow Ilridge Work.
The people of Puueo and others in Hilo
who wete in the habit of using Ilridge
street as a thoroughfare are expressing
their nervousness on all sides on account
of the slow progress in the matter of
erecting the new bridge. They wonder
when travel may be resumed on Ilridge
street. Mr. Fernandez the contractor
was buncoed out of 0 lot of time by the
misplacement of papers in the ense at the
head office in Honolulu. He consequently
demanded ail extension of time from the
Department. The number of men at
work is not large enough to develop much
speed, so the people sweat and wonder
when the new bridge will be in place.
KI111111 Passenger List
The follow .tig p.ts-enger,s arrived by
the Kinail this week: A. II. Jackson, O.
F Stevens, Albert Nawahi and wife, W.
S. Terry. J. Knva.th, C. 11. Hoffgoard, I).
Florcs, C. Canche and wife, Mrs. M. 15.
F.lliott, Master Campbell, Miss Fyfe, Hot!
Lung nud ladies, Mrs. K. C. Faucos nnd
sou, C. H. Hopkins and wife, M. Debari
and wife, J. T. Newport and wife, M.
Redmond, W. C. Peacock, Mr. Howling
and wife. Mist I. M. Dowliug.
Outgoing Kliutu List.
W. Terry and wife, C. J. Fishel, J. K.
Kaohi, Miss Weight, Miss Malterrc, S.
A. D.Jones, C. C.Conradt, J. A. Camp
bell, A. W. Lowe, C. C. Kaston, W. C.
Peacock, Marston Campbell, C. C.
Vaughn and wife, Mrs. C. K. Stiltman,
Mrs. nidridge, Mr. Redmond, M. de
Harry nud wife.
The Republicans of the Third Piecitict
will hold n meeting nt their club rooms
at Waiakea at 7:30 tomorrow evening
There will be speeches and a general
rallying of forces.
Cottage for Kent.
Furnished four-room cottage for rent
on reasonable terms. Situated on Waia
nuenue street. All modern conveniences.
Apply to C. II. W. HITCHCOCK
St. James' Mission.
Seventeenth Sunday nftcr Trinity, 7:30
n. in., Holy Huchnrist; it a. 111. , Holy
Kucharist and Sermon; 7:30 p. in., F.ven
soug and Sermon.
The Republican County Committee
will meet tomorrow night to organize for
the campaign. The selection of officers
and an executive committee to manage
the campaign will be the principal busi
ness to transact.
The following officers were elected in
the Junior Kudeavor Society of the First
Foreign Church last Sunday p. 111. Pres
ident, Glaria Miguel; Vice President,
Gertrude Willfoug; Secretary, John
Kennedy; Trensurer, C. Howard; Or
ganist, Jack Guard.
Cataukii is Always tiik Rn.su.Tof
a neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will not cure catarrh, but will
cure the cold and so prevent that disa
greeable malady. This remedy not only
relieves the local ii itatiou of the throat
and lungs, but removes the causes of the
diseased condition. It leaves the system
in a natural and healthy condition. It
always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
The II. P. O. Ivlks gave a social session
Monday night at their hall. There were
.1 number of the members in from the
country and visitors from the city.
Milton Rice cracked the whip and the
evening passed off with eclat nud merri
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HIRE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
k -ii j w Jm a
I'lmsniil Lveuliig nt First Foreign
The social nt the First Foreign Church
Tuesday evening wns well attended not
I withstanding the unfavorable weather
' and counter attractions. The general
arrangements of the social were in charge
of Mrs. H. L. Ross and Mrs, J. T. Stacker,
and they left nothing undone to make it
a pleasant affair. The Church parlors
were ucnutiiuiiy tiecoratcu in green mm
red. Large red dahlias in full bloom
ami umbrella plants and papaia branches
gave the colors. A short program was
rendered. W. C. Cook of Papaikott sang
n solo and in response to a.11 encore re
cited one of his favorite selections. Mrs.
Lewis played n piano piece nud wns
heartily encored, as was also Mrs. Moses,
who played beautifully on the violin.
Mrs. Curtis of Olnn nnd Mis. battels who
were to have taken pjrl in the program
were missed, being detained at home.
After the urogram the people present
were served with ice cream and cake, and
all passed a pleasant social hour.
The Cotillion Club.
At a meeting of the Cotillion Club last
Friday night arrangements were made to
give a dance Friday evening, October 9
at Sprcckels' Hall. The gentlemen in
charge of the floor will be Messrs. A. II.
Jackson and W. I. Madeira. The coin-
tnitteeon refreshments is composed of
Mrs. Milton Rice and Miss Stella Peck,
The decorations will be made under the
direction of Mrs. K. D. Ilutdwiu, Miss
Hmily Peck, Miss Franc ICatou, T. C.
Ridgway, 1. F. Nichols and Thomas
Guard. Prof. Carvalho's orchestra will
At the meeting Friday night, Geo. N.
Day was elected president to succeed W.
I. Madeira, resigned. Itisoti the boards
to give a gentian Thanksgiving week.
Jones (Iocs Home.
Kentucky Jones has bcoked for passage
to San Francisco by the next Falls of
tjiycic. ne reit-ns 10 tits oiu nome tit
KcniucKy 10 reside peui'tucn'iy. air.
Jones while n resident of Hawaii has
made a circle of friends limited only by
his acquaintance nnd there nrc few who
do not know him. He will fake back to
the blue grars state, for the delectation of
Hcniy Watterson and others, a fund of
stories and tropical reminiscences which
will forever put into the shade the effete
raconteurs of that effete couutty.
Ualbraith Coming Home.
The large ship Falls of Clyde, Captain
.unison, is 10 sail mis mo; mug lor 11110.
Several thousand tohs of ;eiglit arc on
board the ship for Hawaiian merchants
and ten passengers have been bcoked for
the trip, the list including Judge and
Mrs. Galbraith of Hawaii, who hare been
enjoying n vacation in this city; J. P.
Sissou, a retired merchant of Hilo, and
Mrs. Mason, wife of the lending mer
chant of Hilo, with her two daughters,
returning home front a visit to this
Pleasant Party at Canario's.
The dance given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Cauario Tuesday evening
at their home on Volcnno street, in honor
of Miss Stella Pedro of Knihin, was one
of the most enjoyable parties of the year.
The guests present numbered over forty
nud nil had a pleasant time. Dancing
was the order of the evening, Mrs. Tracy
presiding at the piano. At eleven o'clock,
the guests were served with delightful
The Hunters Return.
Geo. Muiuby, J. U. Smith nnd others
returned last Saturday from their hunt
ing trip on Mauiin Ken, Their week's
outing was a great success from the
sportsman's standpoint. The game was
plentiful. Wild turkey, plover and wild
hogs were bagged right and left. Mr.
Muiuby had an especially exciting ex-
ncricncc with a wild boar, whieh eliniil !
him up n tree, from which vantage point
Muiuby had an easy victory with his six
The children of the Waiakea Mission
will give n conceit some time next week
for the purpose of raising money to buy a
chair for an invalid lady in Waiakea.
The cadets of the Hilo Hoarding School
will assist with others in making the con
cert a success.
First Foreign Church.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper at close
of morning service. Hvening subject'
"The Friendship of Jesus" ns told in
Christian hjnitis, which will be sung by
choir and congregntion. Kverybody wel
come. F. L. NASH.
Side Lights for September is out nnd
carries tut interesting nud valuable table
of contents. The editorial page is un
usually good nnd contains matter of im
portance bearing on current topics relat
ing to the progress of Iluwail.
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KKI'imi.ldA.NH AT WORK.
Campaign Is Opened lit Puna by
The republican campaign in IJnst Ha
waii is fairly on and will be carried along
with energy and unity until election tiny.
L. A. Andrews, Geo. Williams and S. L.
Desha held meetings in Puna this week
which were well nttended nnd showed
that the Republican ticket has scores of
friends amout: the Hawniians of that
district. Mondny night a meeting was
; i.pi.1 . tnnnlin nt which .ni. ....
made by Andrews, Desha nnd Williams.
Tuesdny forenoon n meeting wns held at
Opihlkau with good results. Tuesday
evening the party invaded Kalapana, the
uomc KUie stronghold where their
j glebes aroused enthusiasm
In Hilo, the Republican workers are
shaping affairs for n vigorous ilvltt. Steps
have been taken to organize the cntn
paign working force. Good men will be
put in charge and the claims of the Re
publican ticket as a whole will be pn
sented to the voters of Fast Hawaii in the
strongest manner possible.
I Cngagi-incut Announced.
The following nunounccmcut in the
'San Francisco Chrouicleof September 16,
will be rend with interest by the ninny
I Hilo friends of the pt'itics interested.
An engagement of interest to Oaklauder.s
as well as island tiednle has been made
public recently and is that of Miss IJdith
Mnlul clu.L.ki daughter of Mrs. S. II.
(M.,.,.1.. .....t t,,,,,,.. ihiiiitiaiicc..ll..r ttiio.
Hawaii. The news has been told to Miss
Check's more intimate friends for several I
weeks, but has not been publicly an-1
nounced. The bride to be is a girl of in-1
tcrcsting personality and is a great work
er in church and philanthropic circles. 1
Mr. Sissou is engaged in busbies- in the
islands and the young people will make
their home there after the wedding, which I
is to take place in the early winter.
Hilo Frco Kindergarten.
This institution, supported by the pub-
Hc spril of niU) 1U1(1 Us
friends, has en
tered upon its ninth year of work with n i
gocd attendance. j
It is hoped that those who have so gen i
crously helped in the past will continue
their suppott, and any others may help
on the work by giving to the treasurer, I
Mrs. W. S. Terry, or to any member of I
the committee: Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mrs. '
C. Furncnux, Miss J. Deyo, Miss K. G.
lliilstcad to .Mexico.
Edgar Hnlstcnd who, with his family,
, ,enves for M(.xico jlcmis to nmke
, ,lis fulure ,lonlc , mt C0Ullt,yt ,, ,lns
I, )Urclmscd n rnnch of26 oooncrcs near i1
Pas0i wW, b,K ,,,.. of cat;,e wW, Ule
iteution of eoini? into the cattle hiisiiiecs.
Mr. Halstcad will take his family to Sail
Francisco and will return to Honolulu
before proceeding finally to his new
home. It is stated that Mis. R. II. Reid
will accompany her brother to his new
home in Mexico,
I will be responsible for no debts con
tracted by any member of the crew of the
Hilo F.leci ic Light Co's ceitificate
of stock No. 123, dated Nov. 26, 1901, for
twenty-five shares, in the name of Robert
Duncan. Transfer of same stopped.
HILO F.LF.C. LIGHT CO.
Per N. C. WILLFONG, Treasurer.
Trade Unions lUceUugs.
FIJDHRATION NO. I 1 and 3 Monday
FHDHRATION NO. 22 and 4 .Monday
! LAIIOR COUNCIL 1 nnd 3 Friday each
CARPF.NTKRS 2 nud 4 Friday each
IIACKMIiN ni'l TF.AMSTF.RS t and 3
Thursday each mouth,
LONGSHORKMF.N 3 and 4 Wednesday
President Fed. of I.alxir.
G. W. Lockington
FRONT STREET, - HILO
Call at Tribune Office
$3.25 and S3.50 Each
Impossible to find the same quality in any
other line nt these prices.
A printed guarantee with every hat.
Tho Promlor Habordnshory
m. f. Mcdonald, - - hilo
E. N. HOLMES
Is now displaying a large and varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and I-I A HpC
LYON BRAND 1 A
Four of the best and most
Hats on the market :
prices ranging from
Hats on the market at
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
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 Bands the very latest
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
J. Q. SERRAO
I am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with a new mid laige stock
of the beht brands of ... .
Sole Agents for the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii
Gladiator $3.50 Shoe
Men's patent coltskin Oxford, mon
key skin anil fancy pattern quar
ters. A very "nobby" up to date
shoe with lots of style.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
popular makes of Men's
i TC 4- A A
s mjJ L-v J7Vrvrvf
AND GOOD VALUES
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.