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Tim WISItKLY HIM) TRIlltlNR, HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, QCTOliHt .,, um
Allen Willi is a iusenger tn Honolulu
Win. libeling n n HiiKcr to Hono
.Vice furnished rooms Tor tent. Applv
to Mrs. Wuight.
WH. C. Campbell goes to Hotioltihi
today on bnslne'w.
If jou wunt t (t r ink pure oda witter
ting 117. I'rompl ilcllu-ry.
Mrs, M. G. Santos returned Inst week
front 1111 extended vUil in the Slates.
J. I. Gamallclsou Kit" to Honolulu1 to.
day to servo us u jnroi in the Federal
J 11 red Smith left M(iinl.i morning lor
Kuwaihae where lie look 11 stiinlier to
We still exchange New Singers for old
sewing machines. Applx to .Moses A.
M. 0. Santos goes to Honolulu today
to attend the United Stales District Court
us n jntot.
Keep your clothes in sliupe. Set of
siv wire baDgcis with rod for 900, Moses
Fresh plums, (ii'iiclit's, j enrs, cauli
flower nud other fold storage delicaces
go to California Hunt M itket.
Summer house for lent, fonnetly occu
pied by Mi . Viiiiii.ittn ut 3 tulles. IC1111
tiiati.t road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
Captain Fetter goes to Honolulu today
to look after business relating to the eric
tlouofait armory in Ililo for Couip.iuy I).
Miller's Candy Cotupiuy has sold the
Ililo branch factory toAtitone Rodrigucs.
Mr. Gilmore, forttuT manager, will return
The Rosecrans is expected to arrive in
Hilo about October 21 She touches at
Ililo especially for the benefit of the
A leu dollar round ttip excursion with
two nights mill one day at the Volcano
house; leaving Hilo ut 3 p. tit. tomorrow,
returning nt 9:30 a. in. Monday.
. I.. Robertson came by the Falls of
Clyde front the mainland and will resume
his residence on Hawaii. Mrs. Robert
Mill will come by the Kuterprie in No
The Falls of Clvde. Captain Matson,
arrived Monday with a general cargo and
the following passengers: J. I.. Robert
.sou, Mrs. J. W. Mason and two children,
Mr. Seholtzey and J. Ray.
There will be union services at the
Hail! Church Sunday evening nt 7.30
o'clock. Dr. Scudder of Honolulu will
make the address. An excellent pro
gram of music has been arranged.
October patterns and publications are
here. Call and look them over at Moes
Republican speakers will lc.ixe Hilo
Monday morning for a campaign trip
through Hamakua. The party will be
made up of J. D. Lcwii., S. I.. Desha, Joe
Vicrra, L. A. Andrews, I?. N. Holmes. C.
A. Stobie nnd others.
Returns from bananas shipped to the
Coast by the Hilo Agricultural Society
last Enterprise have been heard from.
One lot of forty bunches netted the
grower 59? cents jier bunch; one of
seventeen bunches netted the grower 71
A horse trade between J. G. Serr.ioand
A. Chalmers was interrupted Wednesday
by the horse running away. It was
hitched to n buggy and the negotiations
were progressing properlv on Shipmau
street. The horse closed debate by bolt
ing. It ran down Front ami up King and
turned into this rear door of the Volcano
Catakkh is Always tiih Rksui.t of
a neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will not cure catarrh, but will
cure the cold and so prc cut that dist
greeable malady. This ictuedy not only
relieves the local irritation of the thro it
and lungs, but removes the causes of the
diseased condition. It Ieaxes the systi m
in a natural and healthy condition It
.1 1 wa vs cures and ones quickly. The
Hilo'Drug Co. sells it.
Itosi'cnins nnd Ituilcrlclv.
The Rosecratts sailed from Sail Fran
cisco yesterday, Thursday, Octobers, and
will make the Hilo run in place of the
Enterprise' which lays up for extensive
improvements to meet the demands of
the Ililo fruit business. The Roseciuus
will come via Honolulu.
The Roderick Dim will sail from Si 11
Francisco for Hilo October 16.
I'irsl Foreign Church.
Service next Sabbath morning at 11
o'clock. Subject "Glorying." Fnioii
meeting at the Haili Church at night.
F. L. NASH.
THE TWO GREAT
Are at our service
Our Six Years Old
Is a good tonic and food for everybody
Sold at a bargain.
IMONHF.R WINK AND
TI?L. 23 CHURCH STREET
Lin 11 Itlti'i'
tinning Toward S011II1
K 11 11 in
MokuawtHiweo, the slumbering crater
on Manna 1.oh fotl five miles from Hilo
ha become wide awake. The awaken
ing ennie at IJM5 !' tn. Tuesday last
Great volumes of smoke arose from the
higher summit of Mntinn I.o.t nnd obser
vers knew tint the exptctod had hap
pened. Tuesday night the reflected glare
from tin eb'iulsnbove Mokuawcowco was
seen as fi.t .1 lnluiiim and Moloknl. The
people on the lew nrd side of this island
weie witnesses of a magnificent play of
the fite lights shouting upward from the
crater, and telling of the lioiliiig rivers
that were seeking an outlet.
Two Hawaii. ins employed on a dairy
high up 011 the other side, leported Wed
nesday morning that the lava had btokeii
over the rim and was lolling down in six
streams toward Kahtiku ranch. After
some time these six streams merged into
Thiitsdnv morning. Manager Ilidgood
of the Volcano House repotted that dur
ing the night before, the illumination
above the big mountain was a splendid
spectacle. Theeuiployeesat l'ah.tla plan-
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binning mountain top through long
hours. Their report is that the flow is
.... ... ,
tilnllllir ,1a ,.rl rilfifnf lilt. ,11.1,(1 i.M.cl 11,
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Mntiuu I.oa toward South Koun and that I
from their observation, they estimated '
the flow to have reached a length of from
12 to 15 miles. The progress of the flow
as against the night before was plain.
Sunday morning a party will leave l'a
liala to get n close view. A trail leads up
the mountain from
l'aliala OVer Which
the trip can be made in fourteen or fifteen
hours on horseback.
The outbreak has caused great excite
ment but iioappreheusinu mid the general
expressed hope is that the activity will
continue all winter. When the flow of
lava reaches lower and more accessible
levels, large numbers of people will go
over to the other stile to see the show.
Itlooilliouuils Chase Robbers.
Robbers entered the servants' cottage
on the premises of J. W. Mason on Wai
anticline street lust Saturday night and
stolen trunk containing money and valu
able papers. The alarm was immediately
given to the Sheriff nnd officers with
bloodhounds put on the trail. The trunk
was located near the rock crusher on the
banks ol the Wailuku river, where it had
been abandoned by the robbers. The
Sheriff was pleased with the performance
of the bloodhounds, although they failed
to locate the housebreakers, owing to the.
he ivv rainfall
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W. II. I.nttilmrf rirpiviil u
tclegrnn. Wednesdav evening front Hon,,-
lulu stating that matters regarding regis-
tratiou had been a.ljusted and to send
along his nomination papers.
The inference from this telegram is
that the Supreme Court has decided that
registration books are to be opened this
year. The only altermtive inference
would be that the Supreme Court has
held that a failure to register does not
disqualify a citizen from being a candi
date for office.
To Volcano House.
There will be an excursion to the Vol
cano Saturday leaving by the Hilo Rail
road nt 3 o'clock p. in. At Mountain
View the Volcano Stables stage line will , evening and arrangements for the first
can-)1 the passengers to the Volcano club dance to be given tonight were com
House. F.xcursiouisls will be returned , pleled. Those in charge will endeavor
to Ililo by 9:30 a. in. Monday morning. , to make the opening ball a success in
the entire round trip including meals
and lodging ut the Volcano House will be
made at a cost of only Jio
Outgoing Kiuiiii List.
Mrs. Clark, J. Schwartz, C. L. Gilmore
anil uift. 1. K. n.ain.tlii1soii. M. i. stm.
tos, .Mr. Schoeinan, IT. M. Dowling, Miss
Dowling, Miss Hempstead, Allen Wall,
- . . . ..
Oipt.W. A. Fetter, II. Hopkins and wire,
Sam Woods, Wm. Thompson, W. V.
.Miller, R. 11. Kin. lit, Mrs. Stillman, Mrs.
Kldndt'o, Mrs. Wight, Mr. and Mrs.
Newport, Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Reiser, Wm.
libeling, W. II. C. Campbell.
IC 1 nit 11 I'lisscnger List
Geo. Ross, W. G. Kay and wife, H.
Galbraith, R.C. Knight, W. F.. F.duionds.
Sister lloiiaveuture, Sister M. Ilenta, Sis-
ter llenedicta, F I'aao. Mrs. Goo. Desha,
F. Kanta and wife Rev. T W. Twing
Rev. D Cutler and wife
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
of . II. I.muhrrl IIImmismmI
li) Furl) Lenders.
The Rfituhliuun Count Committee
1 met last Saturday night at Republican
I hcnilquurtcts and jicrfected an orgnulut-
1 tion for currying forward the woik of the
' The officers elected were . D. Lewis,
Chairman; Dr. J. Holland, Vice Chair
man; S. G. Walker, Secretary; Joe I
l'rilchnrd, Treasurer The Exective Com-
mittee is composed of Messrs. Chns. .
Swain, Albert Horner, Dr. J. Holland, 1
, Jim Morris and T. M. Rowland. The '
1 Executive Committee was nlso empower-
ed to serve as finance committee. T. M.
I Rowland was appointed to look after the
I printing. Jim Morris was appointed as u
I hall committee. '
Alter organization the most serious
piestioti that arose was that of the ipiali
Mention of Mr. W. II. l.ambeit, one ol
the Republican nominees for member of
the County Hoard. Mr. Lambert is in
exactly the sime predicament as Mr.
Faitchild on Kauai. He did not register
Feuding the decision of the Falrchilil
! case by the Supreme Court, the local
i committee decided to sicure the proper
signatures to the nominations ol A. 11.
Lindsay of Honokaa. Should Lambert
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liiu,!. iij in; iii-Miiidiiiii-ii mi. jiiiii-si,
name will go on the ticket. Mr. Lind-1 ducts for export
say missed the uomiiiatiotl in theconven-1 Among these he mentioned tobacco
tion by only a very nariow margin. with which he is exerimenliiig on the
The County Act requires that u tiomi- Louissou coffee ranch in Ham-ikiia. He
nee for any County office in addition to stated that the experiment had not pro
other qualifications must be an elector ceeded far enough to demonstrate the
of the District in which he resides. Last outcome, but that his department is hope- '
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anil count not register, l ins year llie ; lilliuy grown on itawatl. lie named
registration books are not open, therefore I manioc as another staple for which u good
the difficulty. market is assured. Manioc sturch is pre
The Republican Headquarters have fcrred by the manufacturers of textiles
moved from the I'eacock block to the and paper for sizing purposes, and manioc I
room beneath the telephone office. The ' starch commands a good margin over any '
latter place has two rooms mid affords ' of the mainland starches. Mr. Smith
greater privacy for executive sessions of j nlso mentioned the castor bean us n pro-1
committeemen and candidates. , duct of certain profit, even though not a
I bonanza crop. He recommended the1
An enthusiastic Republican meeting
was held at Twelve Miles Wednesday
night. The speakers were S. L. Desha,
Captain Ilrowu, George H. Williams and
Jim Lewis. The speakers found many
chances to enlighten lite voters of that
vicinity on mutters which had been han
dled recklessly by the opposition. The
"""" l""v;"1 """' "'" ""mK
": f(r Republican ticket.
rouightat Fapaikou there will be a Re-
l",ulicil" iecti.iB, at which a number ol
ll,c ei'"oi candidates will speak,
Among them will be L. A. Andrews and
S. L. Desha.
Last niglit a meeting was held at l'e
, , ., e i, ,
' peekeo, where the following speakers
' . . f ' .. .
' llsl-''".-'d Republican doctrine: S. L.
". I.wis, George Williams and
Thc '" luWcon meeting of the
, wcck wiU bc llcUl nt l,,c Jni"e Then-
f y K ' r& " ciock
full house is desired. Home Rulers, Re
publicans and Democrats are invited.
The speakers of the evening will be W.
II. Smith, C. A. Stobie, I. N. Holmes,
Joe Vicrra nnd L. A. Andrews. This
meeting will be the first bigcaitiiott of the
campaign. Let everybody come.
, Cotillion Dunces.
A meeting of the Cotillion Club Fx-
. eciltivc Committee was held Wednesdav
everyway. A long list of new members
were filed and action on these applica
tions will be taken in the near future,
Mr. Ross and Mrs.J.T. Lew is were added
to the committee on refreshments.
The committee decided to give the first
germau 01 me year ut isovemiier on
Thanksgiving evening. Thegermati will
'e in charge of Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Rice.
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I '""-- ''" '' " "ss.suuns win
'lku t " Thanksgiving gentian onetobe
Uks Hull Ten 111 CliullPiigo.
F. M. Ilrooks, manager of the Flks'
baseball team of Honolulu, writes that
1 the F.Iks want to cross bats with a Hilo
team. The F.Iks team will come by the
Kiiinu. ntnv ball Tlmrsilnv mi rum,,,
i j - j
b'riday morning. F. C. Reamer believes
he has a nine that can whip the visitors.
I and Mr. Wright of the Volcano Stables
offers the use of Hoolulu Fark onjiberal
terms. The Honolulu team will be ac
companied by a small regiment of rooters.
Half rates have been offered by Wilder's.
Tliebasebdl men have the proposition
under cousiderai ion.
To Hut Crater. ,
Claude Ilidgood left Hilo Thursday
morning to get as near the crater of
Moktt.iweowio as possible. He took, a
good mount at Mountain View and rode
to Kau, there to take the trail to the sum
mil of Mauna Lou. Mr. Ilidgood in
tends to get back as soon ns possible with
full details of the volcanic action. He
will also be able to tell others how best
to get then
Dt. Vinos' Kltelr.rTm,
riia Mtrvcl. Nothing like
it. Iloct UtUlnuroni&rih
and V CiKuim Curt tor Rupture,
II ruptured InvetUstte tt one.
fl&ll or write for "IkjUKLET No. 1 "
M4GMTIC E.TRISS CO.. 33 Wt Slth btreet.Nrw
Von, H. Y. or 206 t'oat tstrovt, Kin l'runl.iu, fl.
,miu -t'l.TiiuiHi'S .mi:i;t.
.llnkes d dress to II tin
The meeting of the Hilo Agricultural
Society last Saturday was the most inter-
lasting one held since the society was or-
gunlml. The attendance win large and
among those present was Jnred Smith,
Director of the l S. Agriculttintl Itxper-
Itneiit Station of Honolulu. The lloor
was given to Mr. Smith and his talk wis
full of interesting and valuable iufoitua-
tiou. He first slated that the Federal
Government through the Agricultural
Department was determined to promote
diversified agriculture lit Hawaii in every
possible way along the lines of greatest
pecuniary benefit to Hawaii and her peo-
pie. He is abundantly satisfied with the
work done so far, and is eucoiiiaged with
1 the prospect. Mr. Smith said he has
formed a deep and abiding faith 111 Ha
waii's future and believes that prosperity,
eipial to the fondest dteams of the opti
mist is in stole for the people.
When asked wh it products would hct i
reward the champions ol diversified ngii- ,
uulluie, Mr. Smith said there are mum i
He said that the question of ability to
produce could not be niustioucd as that
.it , , ,
i had been demonstrated in many tines.
1 He said Iheprntilcm is thalof a market
fot the slull we cm grow, nnd einpha-
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. uhiik ,ll... hhuliu t.lll uc in,. I
I "" ' cauiwge anil lieans lor the
local market, slating that 3,000 tons of ,
beans are imported annually.
' One of the natural products cf the Is
lands is aw a root. This commands a'
, price ot Jlbo to J2O0 per ton. The prep-
""' """"""""' s.... ...ng
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flfif Irtlt frh. a.ftr.t..A .h. ..! A-. rtf ...... .1.?..
.win j.iv.iiii in iu ruilllll il.ls. lllHUSetl
in the drug trade and in the manufacture
of proprietary medicines. Sisal was
named ns a product of promise nnd pine
apples and bananas were discussed assure
things. Mr. Smith says the Hawaiian
grown pineapple is superior to any other I
offered in the market and the only draw-1
back is that not enough are offered, Mr.
Smith named the pineapple and the ha-1
iiuuii n- ,11 mica ,n iiL'iiiiuiirt; which are
i , , , . .
bevond the exner mental stiiiu..
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The vauila beau was mentioned as a
crop, which while grown in Xapoopoo,
is not as promising as others for this
country. Mr. Smith complimented the
members of the Agricultural Society and
asked that papeis read at its meetings be
forwarded to him for publication in the
St. .lames1 .Mission.
F.ighteenth Sunday after Trinity, 7:30
a. m., Holy Kuchurist; 11 a. in., Matins
and Sermon; 7:30 p.m., Kvensong and
Special AI cell li:?.
A KILAl'KA I.ODGF NO. 330,
ftr F. and A.M. There will be a
f special meeting of the ubou
lodge Fridav evening, October
9, '93, t 7:30 p. in. Work in second
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethteu
are cordially invited.
Reorder of the W. M. '
TIIOS. C. RIDGWAY,
. 0wau ,., Hnli( Kllkllii,f,ef,
' Hn.nakua, Mokupuni o Hawaii. Teritori
o Hawaii. Ke kite lot nei an ma ke
akea, i ke kuni ktidalnu Hone Makai Nui
' J. W. Moanaull, I kttu aina lioolimaliina,
L" W!li"0 "ui 11,a Waikoekoe. Hamakua.
oi!,i. rtl--1" be kuleauao Aona (pake) i '
,,a ni,m Mti' " "mll' 'i" " mea nana
c koho uri tioko, no ke koinohew.une l:e
kuleana ole ke hiki aku i ka la 31 o Oc-
tober, A. I). 1903.
I. KALL'A HOLI.
Kiikuihaele, Oct. 5, 1903. 49 3
Call at Tribune Office
GET THE HABIT of saving!
YOU can save just one-half on a suit of
clothes by purchasing a Ready-Made Suit.
A man who is anywhere near a symmet
rical form can be fitted by the ready-made
Good cloth, good linings and good work
are the strong points in the suits. I am sell
ing at $10.00, $12.00, $14.00 and $15.00.
lietter to see them and then decide The Promior Haborclashory
whether you wnul a ready-made or not M. F MCDONALD, - HILO
1 Vx i!
r li ram-rfru
mf f JMF "A.
E. N. HOLMES
Is now displaying a large and varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and i a TC
LYON BRAND f 1 O
Four of the best and most
Hats on the market at
prices ranging from .
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 Framos in the Latest Stylos
Molinos and Silk Nots in All Colors
Ostrich Feathers, Aigrettes and Quills
Persian Bands the very latest
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
J. Q. SERRAO
Ship ma 11 Street
I am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with a new and large stock
of the 'best brands ol ....
.Sole Agents for the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. G. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii
Delneted on receipt of f 10.00 to any post
office address on condition that they
may be returned and the money re
funded if found not satisfactory.
economic SHOE CO., Ltd.
popular makes of Men's
i OCT 4-s A A A
B. tJkmJKJ LU 7 Vf jJ
AND' GOOD VALUES
P. O. Box 39G
Front Noar Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Noar Front St.
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