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THK WKKKM- HILO TUIHUNH, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVKMIWK 6, 1903.
I.owncy's I.nwncy'.sal llie I'.ilin.
1904 Diaries Wall Nichols Co. 51-4
Dr. llolliiml was in from l'uiui yi-stcr
The best Is I.nwney's At the Palm.
I.owney's chocolates, 75 cents a pound.
A. V. Peters came up ftom Honolulu
by yesterday's Kinau.
Weber piuno for sale, at Dr. Russet's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
Stop nt the Palm for l.owney's candies,
75 cents per pound.
Alohn Collection Hawaiian Songs f 1.50
WhII Nichols Co. 5-4
Nice furnished rooms, reasonable
terms. Apply this office.
The ladies of the Cinch Club will give
n dance this evening ut Scrrao's hall.
Mr. and Mrs. II. I.. Ross returned
Wednesday evening from the Volcano
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt dplivery.
Mrs. II. W. I.udlolT and child came
home by the Kinau this week trom Ho
A box of candy for your best girl.
Lowney's 75c. per pound nt the Palm.
The Palm restaurant sells I.owncy's
candies at 75c. per pound; 40c. per y2 lb.
Preparations for n grand Kill by the
Cotillion Club are in progress for thanks
Keep your clothes ill shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
Look out for the I'nncy Sale given by
the Ladies' Guild and St. James' Mission
Peter I,ee and W. C. Cook have been
appointed by Judge Little as Jury Com
luissioners of the Pourth Circuit Court.
During my absence Doctor John J.
Grace will take charge of my patients.
Dr. Nicholas Russi'.i.. 51-4
No need to begin worrying about Xmas
presents. Save your, time, temper and
money and come to Hakalau Store,
littler than ever, particulars later.
Administrator's sale of lot, 3.1 acres,
Kukuau, Hilo, next Tuesday, lj a. ill., at
the front door to the Hilo Courthouse.
Everybody wishing a bargain should be
There will be Union services at the
Haili Church Suudy UTeuiug. Special at
tention is being given to the preparation
of the musical program. All are cordially
invited to attend.
The Hilo Hand gave a concert at the
Hilo Hotel grounds last evening in hon
or of the recently elected County officials.
Several of them made short addresses
and were vigorously applauded.
The Kinau arrived from Honolulu
yesterday at 2:30 p. nt. She left Hono
lulu one day later than schedule time on
account of the election. She sails lor
Honolulu at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Grand and trial juries have been drawn
for the November term of Court which
convenes the iBth. The names of the
jurors arc not made public until each
man has been summoned. The calendar
for this term does not promise to be large.
A Lami; Siioui.dkk. is usually caused
by rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by the use of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. This liniment is uueiiiialed
ns a soothing lotion,' One application
gives relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
Kinau Passenger List
C. C. Spencer, Mrs. H. W. LudlofTond
child, Mrs. J. Reidhardt. W. H. Lophry,
Charles Clark, G. McGregor, T. J. Mc
Kay. A. V. Peters, C. Caclin Mrs. R.
Martin and child, P. S. Lyman, A. Nn
wahi, II. I?. Picker, H. G. Murdock.
St. James' Mission.
Twenty-second Sunday after Trinity,
7:30 a.m., Holy Kucharist; 11 a. in.,
Matins and Sermon; 7:30 p.m., Rvensong
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by taste and you will In inn
viuceil that it has 110 rival.
Mock llrccili'is not (Nihil 111: to Hilo
The executive committee of the Ha
waiian Live Stink lliecders Association
at a meeting held in Honolulu October
28, passed the following resolution te
gatdiug the minimi meeting which was
to have been held in Hilo November 19:
"Resolved that the annual meeting be
postponed to some date ill the spring of
1904, bte.inse of the impossibility to get
a full and satisfactory meeting at the
place and on the date set, and also out of
respect to Mr. Julian Mousarnit who be
cause of his recent bereavment will be
unable to take the principle part in the
Still Spoullnir the 11 ml Smoke and
The Volcnfio is reported to be more ac
tive than ever. The latest reports nre
from the Volcano house, where the view
is said to be very fine. Tuesday night
the light over the mountain showed up
very brlliant. The fire or reflection has
not been visible from Hilo for some days
owing to unfavorable clouducss.
A party from the other side went up
Inst Sunday and they report that the ac
tion in the crater ns wonderful' ns ever
was and well worth the trip to see.
Kcyiu'li ut Landing.
The Kitinu found the bay too rough
yesterday to laud at the wharf. She
made the attempt, but one or two severe
bumps made her pull away. She an
chored olT the mouth of Wainken river
and scut the passengers ashore in small
boats, The first boat load with the mnil
sacks, went up the Waiakea river mid al-
I most capsied just below the b 'ge. A
big comber sent it half over, turowin
the Kinau freight clerk and Chark u
out. Several other big breakers 1..1 lowed
until it was a question whether the mail
would be landed dry. Nothing was lost
except a small hand bag belonging to a
J. R, Wilson, formerly of this city, now
of Austin, Nevada, still shows his love for
good horses and fat racers. He is one
of the best patrons of the Reese River
Track, which is under the management
of the Dewey Jockey Club. A successful
meeting has just been pulled off at this
track at which Wilson entered a number
Ih'sliu Thanks Voters.
I wish to publicly express my sincere
thanks for the steadfast and loyal support
of the good American voters in the polit
ical campaign which has just closed. I
owe my election to you and hope us a
public servant to perform my official du
ties in a manner proper and satisfactory
to you. S. L. DKSIIA.
Note From Vlerrn.
To the many good loyal voters in Hilo
aud other districts who supported me
with t,heir work and voles I desire to ex
press my thanks. I did not win, but I
am proud of the splendid showing made
by my friends and fully appreciate the
hard work done for me and the Republi
can ticket. JOSKPH VII5RRA.
C. W. Baldwin, school inspector who
has been in the city several days leaves
tomorrow to visit schools in Kan. Mr.
llaldwiu this visit has been very much
pleased with the Hilo schools. He says
that the schools of Hilo are the best in
Subscribe ff.r the Tkuiunk, Island sub
scription f 2.50,
CATHOLIC CHURCH, IlKIDGK STKl'.KT.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, gaud 10:30
At 7 a. 111. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 a. 1:1. Iiuglish sermon.
At 10:30 a. m. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 p. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. m.
Kvery Sunday afternoon English in
struction for boys and girls at Brother's
and Sister's schqols respectively, from 2
to 3 p. m.
Day ur night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wantsof the faithful.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
Talks of ('oiiiIIIIiiiih
The Right Rev. Henry llond Restarick.
Hpiscopat Ilishop of the Hawaiian Is
lands, is staying heie for a few days
previous to the meeting of the Pan-American
conference of Upi.scop.il llishops,
vhlch opens in Washington next Tues
day, says the N. V. Sun. Ilishop Resta
rick is the first Americuii Ilishop of the
I Hawaiian Islands. He was consecrated
about a year ago.
"Hawaii," lie said, "is now in a state
of financial depression, the outcome of
which it is difficult to prophecy. The
low price of sugar is responsible for the
trouble, but as sugar has advanced $10 a
ton the situation is more hopeful, and
new enterprises, particularly the canning
of pineapples and sisal cultivation, ate
Ilishop Restarick will remain in the
United States until December. He hopes,
meantime, to obtain f 25,000 with which
to purchase the old home of General S.
I C. Armstrong, adjoining the Cathedral
in Honolulu for u building for the Iolatil
boy's school. It was General Armstrong
who founded Hampton Institute in Vir
ginia. His father was a missionary to
Tnvpuycrs Suggest -Novel Seliemo to
There has been in Hilo nnd other
places talk of holding out taxes due now
until after the County Act goes into effect,
when the same would be paid into the
county treasury. Some quite heavy tnx
payers have said that they would will
ingly pay penalty for delinquency for the
sake of saving the money for the county. I
The subject has evidently come to the
cars of the Territorial officers at Hono
lulu, as Mr. Willfong has- received im
perative orders to sue for taxes promptly
on November 20.
This unusual order shows that Hono
lulu proposes to crowd the collections. !
The matter is of vital interest to Messrs. I
Geo. II. Williams and R. A. Lyman, 1
who collect the taxes. They nre paid in
commissions and for the first ten mouths
of the year the collections amount to
little. It will therefore be seen that the
Tax Collector will not be in sympathy
with the scheme to hold out the taxes for
the benefit of the counties.
Hi'ciikurs Pound the Reefs Outside
A high surf run till day yesterday and
stirred things up in the bay. The big
breakers pounded the shore. Stones
used as a seawall by the Hilo railroad
were tossed across the second track. The
sand was washed from the roadbed of the
outside track to a considerable extent.
The Aloha, which was moored at the
new wharf, was banged about by the big
swells until she had to be towed to a safe
anchorage in the stream.
The rough sea came on shortly after
midnight Thursday morning. At high
tide yesterday afternoon the water front
at Hilo was an interesting sight.
The Hilo Tenuis Club court has been
the center of interest since the beginning
of the tournament last week. Games
were played Wednesday, Friday, Satur
day, Monday and Tuesday. Singles have
been played by Raiding and Mellor,
Madeira and Wachs, Vicars and Hapai,
Prouty ond Dr. IJIiot, Mellor and Hapai.
Doubles have been played by Prouty and
Ralph llalding against Vicars and Rairs-
dale; Rice and Smith against Italdiug
ami Dr. I'.liot; Madeira and Hapai against
Wachs and Guard.
West llinwill Vote.
The results in West Hawaii were satis
factory to most of the people in Hilo.
Good men have been elected say those
who know. The winners were: Super
visors, G. C. Hewitt, R.; R. Hind, R.;
Keliikoa, II-R.; J. A. McGuire, R.,
Sheriff, Geo. P. Kamanoha, R.; Clerk,
S. Pua; Auditor, S. K. Nahale, R.; Tax
Assessor, W. P. McDougall, H-R,; County
Attorney, G. P. Maydwell; Treasurer,
John Kaeleiuakule; Surveyor, I). P.
Republicans n on Oaliu.
The Republicans made a sweeping vic
tory in Honolulu and on the Island of
Oaliu. Out of seven Supervisors the
Home Rulers elected but two. The ticket
elected wus as follows: Supervisors; Rob.
insou, Lucas, Hawkins. Oilman, Dwight,
Kealoha. Sheriff, A. M. llrown; Attorney,
Rawlins; Treasurer, vSam Damon; Clerk,
Murry; Assessor, Iaukea;Suveyor, Willis.
A small fire at the residence of V, Sou
a In Puueo furnished excitement Mon
day night for a few minutes. The fire
bell called the volunteer company to
headquarters and the engine and hose
carts were quickly put into action. The
fire was extinguished before the hose
carts reached the place no damage of any
consequence being sustained.
$20 Belt for $5.
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Warmiln) genuine. Not a
to No taumbuK. Uuir
without drupi. Clmilrfiw
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Trade Unions Meetings.
l'RDRRATION NO. 1--1 mid 3 Monday
PRDItRATION NO. 22 and 4 Monday
LA110R COUNCIL 1 and 31'tldny each
CARPRNTKKS-2 and 4 l'riday each
HACKMRN mill TRAMSTRRS 1 and 3
Thursday each month.
PAINTRRS mid DHCORATORS 2 and
4 Thursday each mouth.
LONGSHORRMRN 2 mid 4 Wednesday
President Hilo Trades and Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1903.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Rxcept Sunday.
..Oiiia .Mill. ..an
lv Hilo ar
ar Paho.i nr
ar Puna lv
iv llllo ar.
ar...OIaa Mill. ..or,...
ar..Pahoa June 1...
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ar Puna lv1...,
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following .Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between nny two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. LAM11HRT,
New location at Mountain View
next to Depot
Wines and Beers
J. R. CASPAR
ARIJ MADH PROM
PUR I. EXTRACTS
Prompt Delivery for
25c per Doz.
Please Ring Up Phone 117.
Office and Factory:
Opposite Dr. Rice's
HROKIvRS and COMMISSION j
...I'IRIJ INSl'RANCK... '
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
and Toh.icco. Special attention given
to consignments of coffee and sugar. 1
Q. W. Lockington!
FRONT STREET, - HILO,
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
lUndle and Store KAGUAUE
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 5
,S. DECKER, Mgr.J
marked effect Its proportions are evenly and gracefully
balanced Colors: Black and Pearl. Price, (jjl rA
A printed guarantee with every "Imperial" P-JcV
hat. Come here for your next hat.
The Premier Haberdashery, M. F. McDonald, Hilo
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10:00 5:00 tf W am BOOT
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9:30 4:30 it xv":,..i7
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E. N. HOLMES
Is how displaying a large aud varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and lf a npc
LYON BRAND ilV I O
Four of the best and most
Hats on the market i
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.
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 am ready to meet the whole
sale demands of the trade
with a new anil large stock
of the best brands of ....
Sole Agents for the
CELEBRATED PRIMO BEER
J. C. SERRAO
Wholesale Liquor Merchant, - Hilo, Hawaii
This illustration shows a
new style in the "Imperial"
felt hats. It can be worn
in a creased shaj)e with
Delivered on receipt of $ 10.00 to any post
office address on condition that they
may be returned ond the money re
funded if found not satisfactory.
economic SHOE CO., Ltd.
popular makes of Men's
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AND GOOD VALUES
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.