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THE WEHKLY HIM) TRIBUNE, KILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, .OCTOBER 30, 1003,
I.owney's Lowncy' nt the l'ulin.
1904 Diaries Wnll Nichols Co. 52-4
J. V. Mnsnu Is a passenger to Hono
Two good rooms to tent. Apply at
August Mumlmrg returned Wednesday
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Kimel's,
Mountain View. 5'lf
Stop at the Palm for I.owney's candies,
75 cents per pound.
E. 15. Richards returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Honolulu.
Prank Mcdcalf came home by the
Kinau Wednesday from Honolulu.
The Hilo hand gave an excellent con
cert nt the hotel grounds I list night.
Aloha Collection Hawaiian Songs ft. 50
Walt Nichols Co. 50-4
Mr.and Mrs. II. I,. Rom arc taking 11
short vacation at the Volcano IIoue.
J. M. Vivas, attorney, came up from
Honolulu this week on legal business.
W. Griggs Holt, who has been 011 Ha
waii for three weeks, returns today to
On account of election the Kinau will
not leave Honolulu next week until
C. C. Kakiu, who has been in the city
on business for two weeks, returns to Ho
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
Rev. Mr. Scuddcr preached nn excel
lent sermon last Sunday in the Hirst
Foreign Church pulpit.
Nice furnished rooms, reasonable
terms. Apply this office.
A. Lewis goes to Honolulu today by
the Kinau having spent a pleasant vaca
tion on this island stalking volcanoes.
The I'alm restaurant sells I.owney's
candies at 75c. per pound; 40c. per yi lb.
There will be n service in the Nine-
Miles school house next Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock. Sidney II. Morgan.
The Church social in honor of Rev.
and Mrs. Nash has been postponed.
Notice of social will be given in near
Andrew Anderson has severed his con
nection with the Hawaii Mill Company
and will probably locate in blacksinithiug
R.W. Shingle of Henry Wnterhouse &
Co. wus in the city yesterday. He is on
his way home from a vacation spent on
Order periodicals at publishers prices
through Wall Nichols Co. 50-2
Miss Alice Weight is giving private
lessons to children, hours from 9 to 11
a. m. She can take a few more to fill up
"Lots of ice cream nnd a merry time"
was the verdict of the Juniors after their
pleasant social at the Foreign Church
last Friday evening.
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
I. H. Ray will hold on auction sale
Saturday at :o a. in. at U. Kauai's store
on Front street. The goods consist of
assignee's stock and fixtures.
Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Gere have resumed
their residence in Hilo. Mr. Gere's
headquarters as representative of the De
partment of Public Works will be at this
During my absence Doctor John J.
Grace will take charge of my patients.
Dk. Nicholas Russki.. 51-4
Mrs. M. A. Richley is offering for sale
tome handsome embroidered sofa pillows
and point lace collars. Work may be seen
hi Moses & Raymond's. Also stamped
pieces arc offered.
I.owney's chocolates, 75 cents a pound.
L. Helbush has resigned his position as
storekeeper at Olaa and has accepted the
position iu the offices of the Hilo Rail
road Company held by Ralph Ualding,
who leaves the company at the end of the
1110 KO.NA I'AIITY TO tJKATKIt.
IN MKMOHY OF KSTKK.
SPTfit Woiih'ii and ririi'fii Mni VIMI jKnloiclr l'roiioiuifeil for l.nte United
tlu lire Slum 11 1 Siimmtl.
Allan Wall returned Monday morning
from Komi with the story of the trip ol
the biggest party that has yet made the
ascent to the crater of Mokuaweoweo.
Mr. Wall iu a company of over twenty
left the crater's edge last Thursday morn
ing, ami from what he saw he considers
the sight at the crater unequalled by pre
vious Volcanic displays 011 this island.
He says lu has seen more fire in Kilatic.i,
but not so much spurting and spouting.
He never before saw so many fountains
and lava geysers pounding the surface of
the fire lake into a maelstrom of action.
From the Koua side the fire fountains
are much closet to the observer than
from any other. The chief activity is
about one fourth the distance across the
big crater from the Kona side.
The party was composed of seven reso
lute Kona women and enough men to
make twenty-two, saddle horses and five
pack animals necessary to convey all to
the summit. The ladies iu the party
were: Mrs. T. C. Wight, Miss I.ilinoi
Roy, Miss K. Low, Miss Mary Acker
mau, llessie Acker man, Miss Holo Ka,
Miss Fnunie Stephens. The men were:
Allan Wall, Mr. Woods, Mr. F.dwurds,
Willie Roy, T. C. Wight, Henry Green
well, Arthur Greenwell, Walter Acker
man, David Paris, David Nahale, Charles
Ka and four helpers.
The party spent Wednesday night at
Grecuwell's dairy, where the Greeuwells
did everything to make their stay pleas
nut. A fat pig was roasted and the milk
and cream and butter of the place were
drawn upon without limit. The good
nature of the hosts did not end with the
feast. They insisted that the ladies take
fresh horses from the paddocks of the
ranch and did all in their power to make
tile journey free from discomfort or un
toward circumstance. "The Greenwell
hoys couldn't do enough for us," said all
members of the party.
The guides were Willie Roy and
Charles Ka, both of whom know the
mountain side as well as the goats that
browse among the rocks.
nt two different limes (rc-vlcclcd after n
1aiw of ycarini 11 hU ndoptvd Stale (Cali
fornia) of that grvateH of all dignified
and honored human societies that so
ciety which Iiiih been a ulllnriii flic Inlu-r.
The Hilo bar paid fitting tribute to the nnce rn of j,fJ)rolls reM,ls for tlc i)CML..
memory 01 tne laie juuge mnrm ". 1 fit ol mankind since before the first cloud
Klnti's District .ludge
Ktee vestertlnv morning in the Court
room. Resolutions were adopted and
aiitirourintc speeches made by every
of finite weakness overshadowed the
brightness of God's glory on vnrlli. No
higher or greater compliment, can he paid
All Snllors Saved.
The last of the missing .seamen of the
French ship Couetahle de Richtnoiit,
wrecked 011 French Frigate Shoals Octo
ber 10, have been rescued. This saves
the entire crew which left their ship 600
miles away and made their way to the
Islands. The last boat load of ship
wrecked men were picked up by the
Inter Island steamer Mikahala, Cnpt.
Gregory, off the coast of Kaua
Outgoluir Kinau List.
R. C. Ilrowu and wife, O. Toepclmaun,
II. 11. Illaudiii, R. W. Shingle, II. G.
Holt, Miss Hattie Hitchcock, Randolph
Hitchcock, J. M. Vivas, Miss J. Robert
son, J. W. Mason, Miss Clara Wight, C.
C. F.akin, J. J. Sullivan. Mrs. A. W. Car-
ter, Master A. W. Carter.
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BBS quality and
HKk Are ut your service.
MB Our Six Years Old
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KHpL' Uu good tonic and food for everybody -Kj JinBW
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HHI1 TIvL. 33 CHURClI STRF.HT
Kinau Passenger List
E. F. Richards, F. A. Medcalf, Win.
libeling, August Humburg, Otto Rose,
Mrs. K. Rowland, Peter Gibb and wife,
John Voting, II. P. lllaudiug, John Hun
ter, A. Toetelmauu, F. Dellistou, Nake
michi, J. M. Vivas.
First Foreign Church.
Services next Sabbath at 11 n. iu. and
7:30 p. m. Morning subject "The Shep
herd King." Hveniiig Subject "The
Turning point." F.vervbodv welcome.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by Mr. Vauuatta at 3 miles, Kall
mann road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
Contractor Kendall, with a gang of
twenty-five carpenters, started to work
Monday morning 011 the predion of a
shed for the uew dock. The work pro-
resses rapidly and it will not be many
avs until the big wharf is under cover.
The Fidelity Insurance Company is a
local island orgmiUitiou and acts as
bondsman for nil kinds of government or
private employees. The Company has a
capital of Jioo.uoo of which 79,500 is paid
up. Resides surety bonds this concern
makes n specialty of Fite and Plate Glass
Catarrh is Always this KKStiivrof
a neglected cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy will not cure catarrh, but will
cure the cold and sq 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 a natural and healthy condition. It
always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Co sells it.
The best is Lowuey's At the Palm.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
member ol ttie local oar, aim -oun im- , uy eliow uiti7C)l!l. ir., ,js ,l(i,ninis
ness was suspended one day out ol respect tratlon many 11 wanderer was brought to
light; many a sublime principle necessary
to universal brotherhood was inculcated.
Hut he has been called from labor on
earth to the refreshing inlluiMices of n
better laud. He is nt rest.
" After life's troubled dream
He glvcth his beloved sleep."
His court now stands adjourned with
out day, and, after a well-finished life, he
has lain down to pleasant dreams, and we
pay the tribute of a tear to the memory
of one who was here hut yesterday.
Sacred be his memory and peaceful and
sweet his slumbers.
The resolutions are adopted and the
clerk will spread the same of record nnd
furnish the family with n copy thereof
under seal of this Court.
for the dead jurist
On motion of W. S. Wise the resolu
tions printed below were adopted and
ordered by the Court to be spread upon
the records. Attorneys present nnd join
ing iu the eulogies pronounced were:
W. S. Wise, Carl S. Smith, J. Castle
Ridgway, Thos. C. Ridgway, C. F. Par
sons, W. II. Smith, John U. Smith and
J. M. Vivas of Honolulu.
WiiKRitAS, The bar of this Court have
with profound sorrow learned that the
Honorable Morris M. Kstec, late Judge
of the United States Court for the District
of Hawaii, on the 27th day of October,
A. I). 1903, departed this life;
Therefore, To indicate the esteem in
which we held him while living, and the
respect and veneration in which we hold
Resolved. That the many virtues which
adorned the character of the Honorable j
Morris M. Kstec and which during his
incumbency as Judge of the Uuited States
Court of the District of Hawaii, shown
conspicuously, have endeared his mem
ory to us and made for him nil enduring
monument as nn able, upright and just
judge, a courteous and accomplished
gentleman, mid a sincere and distil
Resolved, That his death is a public
calamity, iu which the bench loses one of
its brightest ornaments, a most honorable
example of impartiality, firmness, pa
tience, learning, sagacity and suavity of
deportment; the bar one of its most
warmly cherished professional brethren;
and the Territory nil exalted patriot and
a useful citizen.
Resolved, That these resolutions be
presented to this Comt by the members
of the bar, with the request that they be
spread of reconl and that a copy he
transmitted to his family under seal of
W. S. WISK.
J. CASTLK III DC WAV,
After the adoption of the resolutions,
the following remarks were made by
Judge Gilbert F. Little:
GitNTMtMitN 01' Tin? Hau: I most
heartily concur iu the sentiments ex
pressed by the resolutions offered and the
remarks made by the members of the
bar of this Court, and I cannot refrain
from adding a word on behalf of the
Court to what has been so sweetly and
feelingly expressed by the members of
the bar present.
Honorable Morris M. Kstee, Uuited
States District Judge for the Territory of
Hawaii is dead, it is true, as it is ap
pointed unto all once to die, but how
little of man there is that altogether
dies. The feeble, languishing frame is
resting, to be awakened again after a
long sleep, that is all.
Judge Kstee still lives iu many other re
spects. Not only has he put on the robes
of infinite existence beyond the thin veil
which hides him from our view today,
but iu the sanctuary of justice and iu the
forum of his more recent labors he still
lives and impresses his mind and charac
ter as in the days of his vigorous man
hood when at the bar.
He lives iu the learning and integrity
which he displayed on the bench; he
lives in the decisions of his court, which,
though not numerous, stand as a monu
ment to his wisdom ami justice. He had
but one purpose on the bench and that
was to pursue the right under nil circum
stances, and it was a matter of personal
pride that very few of his decisions were
ever disturbed by n higher court.
Wll.U'ONM UIVK FlUUULS.
Some. Campaign Statements MiiiIp
Clour From Hooks.
Assessor N. C. Willfong submits some
figures below to clear up reported mis
statements of T. J. Ryan, independent
candidate for Assessor. The taxes paid
by Andrew Anderson on a lot of laud
near Mountain View has been pointed to
as showing how a poor man is required
to pay exorbitant taxes. Anderson was
assessed on his land nt a rale of $160 per
acre. This, Ryan claims, was exorbitant.
Anderson himself, says Mr. Willfong, re
ported that he was renting the land iu
question for 20 per acre. The law re
quires rented laud to be assessed at eight
times its rental value. This would make
$160 per acre.
The total taxes collected iu Puna and
the tax paid by the Olaa Sugar Company
is shown iu the cable below, taken from
the tax books by Mr. Willfong:
Total taxes collected Puna District:
Taxes paid by Olaa Sugar Company:
Assessed, 1903 f 25,440.5
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HKNTLKY THANKS HOSTS.
Fruit dinner Has Received
Uluil Hand In llmwill.
Volcano House, Hawaii,
uciooer 20, 1903. )
To the Editor of Tim Tkiuunu, Hilo,
Dear Sir I infer from the notes which
were taken at the meeting of the pine
apple growers Saturday that it is your in
tention to publish a report of the pro
ceedings. May I ask that you express my very
high appreciation of the gracious consid
eration extended by everyone whom I
approached 111 my investigations. I
think every citizen of Hilo and vicinity
should appreciate the fact, too, that the
Matsou Navigation Company, the Oceanic
Steamship Company, the Wilder Steam
ship Company, the Inter-Island Naviga
tion Company, the Hilo Railroad Com
pany, have shown a marked interest and '
a desire to assist iu the establishment of 1
... ... . 1
me new ministry which we nave uniier
consideration. Yours truly,
C. II. HKNTLKY,
With California Fruit dinners' Associa
tion. - -
O110 F.rror Voids Vote.
Honolulu, Oct. 26. Consulting on the
matter on Saturday last, Governor Dole
and Attorney General Andrews decided
He lives in the pleasing recollections
which we all cherish of the urbane, kind
and courteous judge nnd gentleman.
Hut it was as a judge that we knew mid
honored Judge Kstee. He loved mid up
held the law, not only ns a professional
calling, but because it was to his mind
the emblem of government and national
existence. Judge Kstee was iu the high
est and purest sense .1 patriot; the love of
country was to him as to all honorable
Americans an absorbing passion; lie
omitted 110 proper occasion 111 court or
I that an imperfectly marked ballot, even
if imperfect only as far as one office is
concerned, shall he rejected as a whole ut 1
the county elections. So that if more
than the specified number of Supervisors,
for example, nre marked by the voter, j
the whole ballot becomes void and not 1
merely the vote relative to Supervisors.
Hilo Lodge Charter. '
Wushingtou, I). C, Ocl. 23. The Su
prenie Lodge of the Scottish Rite masons I
liuvu approved of Richardson's protest
This illustration shows a
new style in the "Imperial"
felt hats. It can be worn
111 a creased shape with
marked effect. Its proportions arc evenly and gracefully
balanced Colors: Black and Pearl. Price, (t "3 C(
A printed guarantee with every "Imperial" $0DJ
hat. Come here for your next hat.
The Premier Haberdashery, M. F. McDonald, Hilo
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Delivered on receipt of Jto.oo to any post
office address on condition (hat they
may le returned and the money re
funded if found not satisfactory.
NO OTHER BOOT HAS AS MANY
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
E. N. HOLMES
Is now displaying a large and varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and i a npc
LYON BRAND liA 1 O
Four .of the best and most popular makes of Men's
Hats on the market at (t C 4- ((
prices ranging from .. P Wj Jj3
STYLISH' BLOCKS AND GOOD VALUES
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39G
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc. ,
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
We have just opened a large line of the above
styles of Men's Neckties in all the newest
L.TURNER CO., Ltd.
itit !,. hh ,,,, i $&$ "r iSic ' taiK i
is the head of the Masonic order and has i
his headquarters in Washington. j
A hox of candy for your hest trl.
I.owney's 75c. per pound at the l'.ilui.
AT PUBIC L AUCTION
J. Q. 5ERRA0
a iievoitou to llie trovernuient ol our
fathers.. The Constitution was with him
a sacred covenant, not to he hrokenj III
was iu his eyes "ihc supreme law," there j
was none higher.
His devotion to the demands Of justice j
was unmeasured and his vision unclouded
when he surveyed the equities of u case,
nothing obscured his moral perceptions.
Who of us will ever forget his easy, tem
perate, cool and impartial bearing upon
the bench. He was not lost, obscure or
confused iu following iind elucidating
the great fundamental principles upon
which government, laws and social order
Aa 11 Inivvnr Tmltri. 1wl.... t.fnu .. ..... ..f I
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just discrimination. He tried everything I Kfllini Q SfnPO FpfHlf X
,aud w" ""' u wfcui u, 1 1 uiii. ul.
I am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with a new nnd large stock
of the hest brands of ... .
AT IO:00 A. M.
by primal truths, by just principles,
then turned to the law, not iu a code of
barren and technical rules, hut as the
"perfection of reason," for authority to
support him in his conclusions.
As an orator he at times gave the high-1
est exhibitions, manifested the loftiest
attributes, the brightest glories of that '
almost sublime accomplishment, of which
lie was 11 masler.
As u citiicii he wus Past Oruud Muster
Entire Stock of Goods Consisting of
Japanoso Lacquor Waro
China Cups and Saucors
Dry Coods, Crocorios
I.urge Computing Scale, nearly new, two
Cush Registers, Safe, Show Cases, Jtc.
Sole Agents lor the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
E. RAY, - - Auct. I Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii