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THE WBBKtV 1111,0 TRMUNB, HlT,0t HAWAII, PRIDAY. 0CT0BBR (6. 1903.
Fmnk Mcdcnlf it a Kisseiigcr todnv to
Aloha Collection Hauaiinu Song f 1.50
Wnll Nichols Co. 50-4
C. L. Clement left by the Kinnu Wed
nesday for Honolulu.
If jou until lo ilrmk pure oda water
ring 117. l'rouipt delivery
Onlcr periodicals nt publishers prices
through Wnll Nichols Co. 50-2
Captain Fltgerald returned lv the
Kinnu Wednesday from Honolulu.
We still exchange New Singeta for old
sewing machines Apply to Moses &
October pattern nnd publications nrc
here. Cull nml look them oxer nt Motet
& Uu inomls.
Miss Hartgenrof Tncoinn, Washington,
arrived liy the ICitinu, Wednesday to visit
Mr. nud Mrs. Robert Hiiuxhutst
Keep jour clothes in shape. Set of
six wire bankers with rod for 90c. Moses
& Km) moiid.
Colin Mc Leiinou of Fapinloa wns in
the city Tiiesdiy. hit first visit to the city
since his return from nn extended trip
The house committee of the F.Iks 1ms
issued invitations for n dmiccnt the club
rooms tonight. A pedro tournament u ill
will be 11 feature of the pirty.
At the quarterly meeting of the Hume
club list week, C. C. Kennedy was elected
Honorary president of the club and J. T.
Moir honorary vice president.
Q.H. Berry of Honolulu it in the city on
business this week. He visited the Vol
cano House with Mrs. Kerry who will
vit.it friends in Hilo before returning to
A party of nine people now nt the Vol
cano House, including three ladies, will
start for the crater nt an early da . They,
will be guided by Knlap.iun Wilson who
has learned the routes oer the lava.
The following 'passengers hae booked
on the Falls oi Civile: R. McKcnzie,
A. J. Patterson, wife nud two chil
dren, R. W. Jones, Mrs George Muuiby,
K. L. Poole mid two children, Mist 1?. 1).
Grubb, G. I). Supe.
Passengers to this Island b the Muunn
Lon this week were' Judge Robinson,
J. A. Johnson, S. Smith, Jnmes Senuick,
L. II. Kricker, II. I.. Doyle, K. C. F.akin,
A. Lcuis, A.Gartle), Geo. W. Cnrr, J.
M. Oat, Mr. nnd Mrs. Fennel.
James Sisson jr.. Jack Kastou, Hast
ings Howlaud, Franklin Howlandaud
Ilert I,obcnstein left at tuo o'clock this
morning for Mokuaweoweo direct from
Hilo via Kautiinn.i. They were nil well
mounted nud took light provisions.
G. II. Gere has received word from the
managers of the Botanical gardens nt the
St. Louis fair of the receipt in good con
dition of the giant lice ferns shipped
from this Island some tune ago. The
officials in charge wire delighted with
the fine specimens.
. The Concert at w.iiake.i Misssiou Mon
day night was an artistic nnd financial
success. The proceeds amounted to
$16.80, nnd u ill be used to purchase a
chnir for an invalid Hawaiian at Waiakea.
The Concert was attended by over one
hundred and fifty people. The music
was furnished by the Killnrney quartette
and the Waiakea Kmcrald sextette.
Catarrh is Always thk Rksult of
n 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 irritation of the throat
and lungs, but removes the causes of the
diseased condition. It leaves the system
in n natural and healthy condition. It
always cure and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
St. .1 limes' Mission.
Nineteenth Sunday after Trinity, 7-30
a. m., Holy Huchinst; 11 a.m., Matins
and Sermon, 7.30 p.m., F.vcnsong and
Kinnu Passenger l.lst
W. II. F.ckhut nnd wife, C. II. Gra
ham, J. II. Puller, W. A. Clark, Miss
Soper, A. Hauebcrg, Miss Hnrtgeur,
Muster M. Cooper, G. Sawnuo uud wife-.
Captain John FiUgernld, W. II Hilley.
THE TWO GREAT
Are nt your service
Our Six Years Old
Isagood tonic nnd food for everybody
Sold nt a hirg.uu
PIONKKR WINP, AND
TIJL. 23 CHURCH STRI:i'.T
i Messrs Horded and Alexander re- A
A ported yestenbij afternoon from
A Mountain View that they siw col-
Sunilis 1 f smoke issuing lioiu
Hilo side of Manna Loa Hear
point of the oiitbteak of 1899
.IDDI.T IIAI'W'n UlltTllllAV,
IVIIrtlntcH II I tn
Yestcrdav was Judge Hapai's sixty
fourth birthday. Judge Little and the
laujers found it out nud quietly gathe-ted
in the court room and took charge. Judge
Little charged the District Court v ith
being sixty-four j ears old uud attorneys
Lellloud mid II. L. Ross made argu
ments in the case. The case closed with
the presentation to Judge Hapai ol a box
of his favorite cigars. He made nil im
propriate response. Judge Hnxii has
served as District Judge for 26 consecutive
ears. llefgrc his service oil the bench
he uns clerk to the Sheriff of Ilnwnii.
Ta. Collector and Deputy Lieutenant
Governor of this Island.
The ciiinrtcrly meeting tof the Hilo
Hums Club uni held in Spreckels' hall
last Saturday evening. The priuctpil
business of the evening was the election
of officers for the comiiiL' vear nnd the
deciding upon the manner in which the
minis anniversary sliould be celebrated
this jenr. The officers elected were,
President, Dav. nutchnrt, Vice President.
Geo. Wilson; Secietnry, J. Praser; Treas
urer, Jas. Henderson; Master at Arms
Alec Praser. It was decided to observe
the Kuril ntunversarv with a urnnd
Scotch concert to be held on January 25,
and a committee of five was appointed to
arrange for the same.
The Tieasurer's report showed the club
to be 111 a flourishing fiunuci.il condition
An enjoyable meeting of the Piano
Club uns held nt the home of Mrs. Von
Grnvcnic)er Wednesday afternoon, Octo
ber 7. The following program uns ren
dered Hungirlan Dance Krabnis
Mrs. Tracy, Mrs Smith
Impromptu No. 3 Schubert
Minute for left hand Rheinberger
Mrs. llaldwiii, Mrs. Turner
Mrs. Leu is
The Honm Killers.
The Home Rule campaigners and can
didates returned Thursday iiioriiiui! from
their trip to Puna. They held fine meet
ings in that district nnd are claiming big
results. The p irty was composed of Win.
Keolauui.J. U. Smith, Kuuene Lyman,
C. R. Hlncou. X. C. WillfoiiLf. Kdmuiids.
Lilakea, Mnkekau and Palali. A Home
Rule mcetine was held m the laiianese
theater last night and after rounding up
Waiakea they u ill leive Monday for u
trip through Hamaktia.
There will be nn excursion to the Vol
cano House tomorrow leaving llllo by
the nfternoon train over the Hilo Rail
road. At Mountain View the excursion
ists will ride in Volcano Stables stages.
Saturday night, Sunday and Sund.i) night
will be spent at the Volcano House. Re
turn to Hilo by 9 30 Monday morning.
Price of round trip including board and
lodging at the Volcano House fio.oo.
Apply at Volcano Stables or Hilo Rail
roid ticket office.
First I'orolgii Church.
Services next Sibluth at u a. m. and
7 30 ! m. Morning subject "Wander
ing Stars." livening subject "Treasure
of the Soul." Kverybod welcome,
P. L. NASH.
Collugo rot Kent.
Furnished four-room cottatzc for rent
011 reasonable terms. Situated on Wain
nueiiue street. All modern conveniences.
Apply to C. II. HITCHCOCK
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied b) Mr Vanuatu at 3 miles. Knu
mana road, partly furnished A t)AK.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
TintMllI HACK IIY TIIIttST.
llllo Pari) Cnmc Home Vtllhoul
lli'iit'lilng Top of lllg ('ruler.
Postmaster W I Mndeirn, William
Weight and 1). S. Kow man made an in
ellccluiil attempt to reach the volcano by
the K'luiii.un route, starting last Satur
day morning and returning Wednesday
inylil Jheycoulil easily have reached
the summit had not their water supply
failed them. They passed Dewey crntcr,
above which the mountain side was hot
nnd steaming, evidently from fitet seek
ing lo escape near the spot where the
1899 out break occurred. This bent had
driven the Ice nud water from the crevices
nnd for two dnvs the little nartv trimmed
nnd stumbled over na pahoehoe, climbing
the almost endless incline up the long
They left their horse near Ainn Hon
nt noon Sunday and started on foot. They
walked Sunday. They walked Moiylny.
They slept in lava cave nnd reveled in
the beauty of the volcano display above
them. Monday evening when hut a short
distance from the goal they took stock
nnd found their water simply short. Re
luctantly they started home. Their re-
port of steam nud heat above the Dewey
crater gives aiithenticilv to the storv that
smoke was seen coining from the side of
the mountain on the Hilo side esterday
In the light of the present activity of
the volcano of Mniinn Lot. n few com"
pirisous may prove interesting:
Klevation Matuia Ken, 13,805 feet;
Mauiia Loi, 13,67s feet: Haleakala. 10.-
032 feet; Kilauca, 4,040 feet.
The dimension ol these principal vol-
canoes of the Hnuaiian Islands nrc ns
Crater of Haleakala Kxtremo leni-th.
39,500 feet or 7.48 miles; extreme width,
12,500 feet or 2.37 miles; nrea, 19 square
miles or 12,160 arret.
Crater of Kilauea (HalemautimO Ad-
proximately two miles wide and three
! miles long, containing an area of 2,650
Crntcr of Mniinn Loa (Mokuaweoweo)
The eruption from which is at the present
time attracting the attention of tourists
nnd the people of the islands is 3.7 square
miles in nrea. or 2,370 acres. It is oblong
in shape, being 3.7 miles long and 1.74
miles in width. When not in an active
cfnln I Ilia linlf nn, f 1. t . P
rius vast cauldron must be filled before!,. ,,., ... .' . . ' 1Lmon
.1 1 n r i o llnwali. Ke kue loi nei nil ma ke
there can be nny overflow from the top, ,.. , ,,. .. . . , . ' " , . ' .
and hitherto before tl. ,,,o1 I,.,,. I, J , "kf"' bK -"l- ""V M.kn. Nlli
reached the crater's rim, the pressure
fro,,,, I ',. ,.r " 11
from the immense reservoir of lava has
caused .111 outbreak from a fissure in the
mountain's side several hundred feet be
low. In the present eruption this cata
clysm has not yet taken place, nnd the
people uuait with lively anticipation on
this event, which is always snectnctllar
Fuuacosul Again in .lull.
Deputy Sheriff Overend returned the
first of the week from Naalehu with
Punncoshi, the notorious Jnpiiiesecrimi.
nal, who has been before the bar of jus
tice for n car. Puuaeoshi was out on
flo.ooo bail pending appeal to the
Supreme Court from a judgement by the
Hilo Court, finding him guilty of murder.
He is now arrested on the chaige of cou
couspiracy to extort money. His case
cinie before Judge Hapai Wednesday nnd
lie was remanded for trial. Puiiacoshi
has been playing 11 hard name in the
ilnuniiau Islands against big odds, nnd
it is said that now, for the first time, the
"grand old man" is inclined to show the
feather. When talking uith friends, the
stoicism that carried him through many
trials, now deserts him and he ueepslike
a broken-hearted old nun. 1
Catholic Sen lees.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, IllMDCK .STIUtKT.
Suiidavs Holy Mass at 7. o nnd 10:10
At 7 u. 111. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 a. nt. IJuglish sermon.
At 10:30 a. m. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 11. 111.. Rosirv. I'firiniMif.t... or...n..
week Davs Holv .Mns i.v..r., .i.. ,
j -,.-.j ...J lib
Kverv Knnrinv riftf.t-iwin.1 t?...i..i. 1..
struction for boys nud girls at Ilrother's '
and Sister's schools resnectivelv. from 1 1
to 3 p. m. '
Day or night the Catholic clergy will I
attend to the uantsof the faithful. 1
FATHI5R OLIV1JR, I
Farish Rector. I
fi..., .1.1 it..: i, ,.
nauu -uillllll.S lUeeilllJ'S.
1 FI'DKRATION NO. 1-1 an.l 3 Monday
. each mouth.
I FIGURATION NO. 2-2 and a Monday
"LAIIOR COl'NCIL-: and 3 Friday each
1 CARI'FNTKRS 2 and 4 Friday each
IIACKMF.N and TKAMSTKRS 1 and 3
Thursday each month.
I'AINTFRS and DKCORATORS 3 and
1 4 Thursday each month.
I.ONGSIIORFMJN-2uiid 4 Wednesday
l'resident II 1I0 Trades a'ud Labor Conn,
Hilo, Hauaii, Oct. 2, 1903
$20 Belt for $5.1
ur.AIUcn'a Llcctrlc Belt."
U.n.nUil g.nuliio. Not. I
l JSo hutnltiii; It Hire. '
UlOlltdriKr. ISr. ui.. I...- I
Belli III 1110.111111 rti.li.t nl1 I
Trv KIh. ,.i. u v'n k .-
31 WMt 24thStMtt. NfWVOKK.N V.
MM' r . ll.7 "W -
I or ilJ
KOIIAI.A IIA.Hi: HA 1,1..
Until lo Phi) Hie (i.nnr mi
S 11 ml 11) us lllsculii'ii1.
Senator Palmer P. Woods telephoned
the TuilitlNH one day this week Hint the
Kohala litseliill bci)s were in 11 nasty
frame ol mind becnu-e tin authorities
refused to permit Sunday ball nt the new
Kohala ball e'ronitil. Tin lima turn. t...
cently expended between three nud four
iiuniireil ilollnrs 011 n new bill pirk. The
Senator siy nearly nil the boys lire work
Ing through the week and that Sunday is
llic only day they can play. The bo)
want to know why Sunday ball i O K in
Hilo, Honolulu and oil Maui and tabu nt
The title so far ns can be found out, is
that Sunday bill will not be interfered
with where popular sentiment upholds it.
It ha been suggested that the Kohnla
boys circulate a petition on the subject
and that there will be little doij.t of
Sunday bill being permitted, so long a
the games are orderly and not too noisy.
I will not be responsible for any debt
contracted in my nnme ufter this date
without my order.
Hilo, October 14, 11703. 50-2
At Mountain View Pruit Orchards:
1'reSll lllDOrted COWS. IVlillir ilnnlo
canary bird, donkeys, potted palms nnd I
lerns. Inquire Hilo Drug Store.
Lot on Wninimenue
street, 300 feet
uiaukn of Court House.
Rockey or J. U. Smith.
Hilo Hlcctric Light Co's certificate
of stock No. 123, dated Nov. 26, 1901, for
twenty-five shares, in the name of Robert
Duncan. Transfer of same stopped.
HILO KI.KC. LIGHT CO.
Per N. C. WILLPONG, Treisurer.
J" ".V' ', ,""'"", ",0""M""M
uw,,iho "" "'l Wnikoekoe. Hamakua
J. W. Moanauli, I kuu aiua boolimalima,
Oiai, nole loa he kuleanuo Aona (linked 1
in aina nei, a maluiin iho o ka men naun
e koho na poko, 110 ke koinoheua me ke
kuleana ole ke hiki aku i ka la 31 o Oc
tober, A. D. 1903.
I. KALUA HOLI.
Kiikuihnele, Oct. 5, 1903. 49 3
Notice is hereby given that Liu Hip,
11 merchant doing business at Volcano
street, Hilo, under the name of WING
ON, has this day made a voluntary
assignment to the undersigned for the
benefit of his creditors.
Til. rt ...1 itr.- rF ...1 T .. ir!..
. .... W.......M-I ui -Hint i.iiu inn are i
hereby requested to file their claims with I
i.. 1..- , .. .... .... . 1
nit miuciMnuu uiiiiiu iniriy nays, ami
any nnd nil persons indebted to the said
Lnu Hip nre requested to call and pay the
same at once. All claims against the
said Lau Hip must be verified.
Assignee of Lau Hip.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 15, 1903. 49.2
Notice to Creditors.
j United Stntes of America )
I Territory of Hauaii fss
J In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
AT Chamiihus In PitonvrK.
III themntterof the IMate of LII.IIIANA
I I. (vv.), deceased.
I Notice is herein lmv en tlmt tin. mnW-
signed has been nnpointed Administrator
of the estate of Lilihan i I. (u.),of I'uiieo,
Hilo, Hauaii, deceased.
All creditors of sud deceased are hereby
notified to present their claims, whether
secured or unsecured, duly verified nnd
u lib proper vouchers, if any, to the un
dersigned in Hilo, Islnnd nud Territory
of Hawaii, within six months from the
date of this notice, or such claims, if any,
will be forever barred.
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II. Oct. 2, 1903.
V. GF.O. KAI1IKNUI,
F. S. Lvmvn & U. A. Lyman.
New location at Mountain View
next to Depot
Tourist pat ties supplied in
quantities to older
GET THE HABIT of savinbi
YOU can save just one-half on a suit of
clothes by purchasing a Rcady-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.
Keller to see then, nnd then decide JIlO Promior Habortlashory
whether you want n leady-madeor not. M. F. McDONALD, - HILO
i 1 1
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY
I I -SJX
It ,y;is' V
E. N. HOLMES
Is now displaying a large and varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and ii a Tc
LYON BRAND ll A 1 O
Four of the best and most
Hats on the market at
.runs un me niarKct i
prices ranging from
. . P
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co
Choicest Anicricjin juid European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
We have just opened a large line of the above
styles of Men's Neckties in all the newest
L.TURNER CO., Ltd.
j. Q. SERRAO
I nui ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with 11 neu and large stock
of the hist brands of . . .
Sole Age-ills for the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii
Delivered on receipt of f 10 ew to any jiosl
office ndilrcst on condition that they
may be lettirned and the money re
funded if found not satisfactory.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
popular makes of Men's
A 'Sir-rf- tC f
1 .Al LU ptP. W
AND GOOD VALUES
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 39G
King Near Front St.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.