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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1903,
& CO., LIMITED
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Oct. 23
Sierra Nov. 4
Alameda Nov. 13
Sonoma Nov. 25
Alameda Dec. 4
Ventura Dec. 16
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Oct. 28
Sonoma Nov. 3
Alameda Nov. 18
Ventura Nov. 24
Alameda Dec. 9
Sierra Dec. 15
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
uii) steamship line to all Kuropeau ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
OAHCIA & CANAHIO, Props.
CUe Shave, Cut fyur and Shampoo
at Cci-Lluc Hates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
Thoro la this
about our Hair
Vigor: It's a hair
food, not ix dye.
It doesn't turn
your hair sud
denly Mack and
mako It look dead
v ud lifeless. Hut
gradually the old
color comos back,
nil tho rich color It
used to havo. And
it also stops falling
of tho hair.
liven If your hair
Isn't comluc out.
Isn't turning gray,
Isn't too short,
yet you certainly
want a flno dress
ing for It, and here
Ayer's Hair Vigor
It keeps tho scalp clean and healthy,
removes nil dandruff, makes tho hair
grow rapidly, prevents It from falling
out, and does not allow a single gray
hair to appear.
Do not bo deceived by cheap Imita
tions which will only disappoint you.
Mako sure that you got tho genuine
' Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Pftpirtd b- Dr. J. C. Ajtt k Co., L.w.II, Ma:i.. U.Sjl.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
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Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday
a.m. , l'.M
ar.. Mount. V'w..lv
3:301V 11110 ar
4:00 ar Keaati nr
4:15 ar... Fcrudale ...ar
lv 11110 ar
ar l'ahoa ar
ar l'uiia lv
iv 11110 ar
ar... Ohm Mill...ar
ar l'ahoa ar
a r.. l'ahoa Juncar
ar l'liua lv
F.xcursiou tickets between all points
re sold on Saturdays mid Sundays, good
jturniiiK, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, nood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. I.AMI1IJRT,
, CARVALHO BROS.,
The Old Reliable Stand is
I UP-TO-DATE WORK
1 Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cameron is prepared to give estl
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work
I ud to guarantee all work done.
I'AUKKIt DIAMONDS IM.TUKNKi). i
1 Hill Identity r Tiller Ituinnlns u
Honolulu, Oct. 20. Tlicmysteiy
'of Mrs. Sain l'arkcr'.s famous blue
(liamomls, and the other jewelry
l which was stolen from the Parker
, mansion on Etnina street on August
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' ' of tllls ycar Ilns ,,ec,! solved.
j Mrs Parker again glories in the
I possession of the resplendent stone.
1 Yesterday afternoon Colonel Par
ker regained the possession of most
'of the stolen jewelry. The articles
he recovered are three rings and
one shirt stud. The rings include
the one which hears the famous
blue stone, which is valued at
$4,500, it being a two karat stone
of fine water. Only two articles
were not regained, namely, a ring
with a stone and a shirt stud.
The method of the recovery of
the jewels is being kept a secret,
,both by Colonel Parker and the
police. Despite the secrecy main
tained in the matter, it is known
that the valuables in question were
stolen from Mrs. Parker's bedroom
by a servant in the employ of the
Parkers. The reason given for the
secrecy in not divulging the name
of the offender is that it was prom
ised that nothing would be said if
only the stolen articles were re
stored. High Sheriff Brown was ques
tioned by a Bulletin reporter this
morning in regard to the matter.
He denied that he knew anything
at all about the diamonds being re
stored to their lawful owner. His
face wore a smile which said plainer
! than words that he knew quite a
j little more of the affair than he pro
i The reporter interviewed Col.
! Parker ut his house on Emma street
I at about noon. Col. Parker talked
j very pleasantly about the affair, but
j when it came to naming the thief,
j Col. Pafker refused to answer.
' When asked if he had recovered
the stolen property Col. Parker im
mediately answered in the affirma
tive. "Yes, I got back the jewelry yes-
terday," he said. "The first inti -
illation I received of the jewelry
' yrliaV ' monSn I got the
'jewels back yesterday afternoon.
I The articles which were restored
1 were three rings, one of them being
, tue one wttli tue blue stone which
9:10 5:3otuere was so muc" talk about in
me iJawL-ib. uiiu one sniri stuu
There still remains to be found one
ring with a stone and one shirt
li,v",J "" "t imnui uiuuci,
1 however. What I wanted to get
back was that blue stone.
wimn oci-ni ,.imt ,1,.. .,-i.. r
the blue stone was Col. Parker
stated that it was valued at $4,500.
j p.m. j I he ring and the shirt stud which
3:50 are still missing the Colonel valued
i0, 1 at about $600 to $700.
2-40 j It was when he was asked in
3:20 what manner the articles were re
2:00 stored and who the thief was that
,. M Colonel Parker grew reticent.
4:5'o ! "I can not tell you who took the
4:30 ( things. Yes, they were certainly
4:00 htolen from a room right here in the
Z house. The police have been work
3:00 ing quietly 011 the case ever since
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1 Peel1 dolnB a little sleuthing and
I investigating myself. The whole
i tue tliett took place. I have also
credit for getting back the jewelry
belongs, However, to the poltce.
"I had almost given up the hope
of the police's ever locating the
stuff and was on the p6iut of adver
tising in the newspapers offering a
liberal reward if the articles were
given back and also that no names
siiouiu ie mentioned aim no qucs-
ttons asked. I would not care to ! s trying to arrange for arbitration
prosecute the thief as long as I got j of the disputes between Sweden and
the jewelry, especially that blue 1 Norway the Cabinet has resigned,
stone. As a matter of fact that is',, n. . , .
the reason why I can not divulge I The Cab,net Pl)0setl panting any
his name now. The things WerecomPromiscs t0 Sweden and had to
actually gotten back from the man j resign owing to the presence of
who stole them on the understand-1 Kimr Oscnr omisinir n dinner,. r
tng that his name should not be
mentioned and that he should not
be prosecuted. I certainly do not
intend to break mv word. There
fore I shall not nrosecute the mnii I
and that is the reason why I can
not give you his name."
Pursuing information totheeffect ,
of Colonel Parker had gone to Billy
Cunningham and offered to sell him
the Parker jewelry, the reporter
went to see Cunningham at the
Wela Ka Hao saloon. The repor
ter asked Cunningham if the infor
mation stated above was correct.
Cunningham refused to give cither
a positive or a negative reply.
After repeated questioning he finally
"I've been told to keep quiet. I
can not say anything about the
thing. Go and see Chilliugworth.
He knows all about it."
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HAWAII SOIIUUI, .SHOW.
Hdiicalloiiiil DlNpluy for SI. (outs
Honolulu, Oct. 20. Superinten
dent of Public Instruction Atkinson
is making ready Hawaii's educa
tional exhibit for the St. I,otiis luur. j
The school department intends to ,
be represented, even should it have '
the only Hawaiian display, says I
Mr. Atkinson, who has sent out the '
following circular letter to every
school in the Islands:
It is desired to make a school ex
hibit at the Louisiana Purchase Ex
position to be held at St. I.ouis.
The Department of Public Instruc
tion is very anxious that the ex
hibit should be thoroughly satisfac
tory and worthy of this Territory.
Specimens of work should be pre
pared which must reach Honolulu
not later than December 31st, as the
exhibit must be sent forward early l
in January, 1904. ,
While leaving to each individual '
teacher considerable latitude as to
what is thought best to present, the
department would urge that speci-'
mens of industrial and manual work
should make a marked showing in
the school exhibit of the Territory.
Under this head should appear,
among other things, sewing, knife
work, lauhala and bamboo work,
mat weaving, carpenter work, and
specimens of plunts cultivated by
the children, either dried or in glass
The department is prepared to
assist the schools with material, in
cluding uniform paper for written
work and drawiug, in reasonable
amounts, which must be applied for
Photographs of school buildings,
of typical classes attending the
schools, and of matters pertaining
to the schools are desired. The
department will make provision for
this expense when it considers it
You are specially requested by the
department to communicate with
this office as soon as possible, stat-
I mg what material you need, what
you propose to send as exhibit, and
j what the expense of photographing
j js Hkely to be.
l " Vou faithfully,
Alatau 1 Atkinson,
1 Superintendent Public Instruction.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 21.
' President Roosevelt and the mem
bers of the Cabinet today exchanged
congratulations over the award in
the Alaskan boundary settlement
j with Great Britain. President
Roosevelt is particularly pleased
over the result owing to the severe
criticisms made at the time he
agreed to permit America's claim
to be arbitrated upon by a commis
sion composed partly of British and i
partly of American commissioners.
Victoria, B. C, Oct. 21. There
is much soreness in official circles
here owing to the announcement of
America's victory over Canada in 1
the Alaskan Boundary case. Ca
nadians feel that their interests have
been sacrificed by Great Britain in
order that the mother country might
retain the friendship of the United
Norm-irlan Cabinet Hrokun Up.
Christiana, Norway, Oct. 22. As
a result of differences growing out
of the session of Parliament which
Sweden in the
BAliv's COUGH MUST NhvHR
Iinghk. Nothing is more dis-
tressing than to see a helpless little
infant suffcriug with a cough, and
. , fnrr of
using a remedy
which may contain some harmful
ingredient. The makers of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy positively
guarantee that this preparation does
not contain opium in any form, or
any other harmful substance.
Mothers may confidently give this
remedy to their little ones. It
gives prompt relief and is perfectly
safe. It always cures and cures
quickly. The Hilo Drug Co. sells
Hilo jMcaiitife Coupy, It
Plantation Supplies of
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN CUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
P. O. BOX 94
WE have received by the "Rosecraus" a
large assortment of Lace Shoulder
Capes and Deep Collars with Stole
These goods are seut on approbation
and will remain on exhibition for a short time
only. The prices are unusually low for the
class of goods, and the opportunity presents
itself to select your Christinas presents a little
ahead of time, but with the certainty of not
L. TURNER CO., Ltd. - HILO
tiand made Saddles and ljarne$$
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
OHO. MUM1.Y, Mgr.
Planing, Mouloing, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window I'rames, etc
WATKR TANKS A Sl'I-CIAWY. Household and all kinds of Furniture,
Store KiHitll'd. Pniltlttr4. rfp.. Illrul. it nrAr f'rnua.nnt liutira rU.lnnltiu.l n...l
Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made
uiuile as gool as new, ut easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Chuicli
BROKKRS and COMMISSION
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
and Tobacco. Special attention given
to consignments of coffee and sugar.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King nnd Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
$20 Belt for $5.
Dr.Alden's Lleclrlc licit."
Warrmtfil Bnu!ne. Not u
to.t No huuibujf. It (.urea
without Uruifu cm uUr. In,
oeiu ny nun nn receipt o( J5,
Try Kloitrlclty. JoAmnt..
exs ssx-arori- ic Co
St SH iRAftmrn rn ..r
ii -7 VTIS
r ' 2(IGroit
JJ tttst 24th Street, MV, ,0RK, N Y.
in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Huilding
Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
Pews, and Redwood Gutteis, all sizes
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see tue.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Lato Suppors from 8 p.
to I a. m.