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THK WEEKLY HLLO TRIBUNE. HILO,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 13. 1903.
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Ijc gjilo vUnute.
PLAIN TO OTHERS.
-- - - East Ilnwnii was swept by the
V RIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1903. ttoiuc RUere. Every indication
'-"- points to the East Hawaii result be-
Kuteitil at the I'ostofflce t Hilo, Ha-, jm, a protest against Sheriff An
drews, who was placed at the head
of the Republican ticket by a con
vention made historical in conse
quence of the bitterness aroused.
With Andrews at the head, East
wall, as sccond-chns matter
i'UUMHIIKU KVRRV FKIIJAY.
L. W. HAWORTII - - Editor
THEY LIKE HAWAII.
WILL UUNUltKSS IK) t NYTIIINUt I
Itciiulillenii roller V 1 1 1 It to Restrict
Work on All Mjips.
As the time draws near for the
special session of Congress, which
is said to be scheduled, for Novem
ber g, some of the papers are ex
pressing the opinion that that body
will not do anything. The cnthu-
Hawaii Republicans had little or siasm for reciprccity with Cuba is
no hope of winning, though they '
Col. Alex. McKenzie, head of the
Armv Board, hero to locate a mill-
tary post on Oahu, said Wednesday ! Part "V demanded.-!-veiling
at Demosthenes' Cafe that the Is- J Bulletin.
land of Hawaii had astonished him- j 0oPIIinM 0 VMU KxiinusPd.
self and associates. The Board TIle Romnani(in pctro,eutu field
was instructed to visit Oahu b' j is is ahll0St cxlinustcd nnd tlmt of
and the trip to the volcano ,s mere-, Gnlada faI, off- Ths ,eavM
Germany open to American and
not as strong as it was last year
ly a pleasure trip for the party
Incidentally, however, they are
keeping their eyes open. They al
ready know the roads of this Island
and their adaptability for military
use. Col. McKenzie and the others
are thoroughly impressed with the
superiority of the climate on this
Island and recognize the healthful
ness in the air. Judging from the
enthusiasm of the old soldiers on
this point, it may be guessed that
they will reluctantly locate soldiers'
barracks elsewhere than here. The
importance of the extensive back
country on this Island from a mili
tary standpoint was apparent to the
members of the Board, and while
they were not ordered to investigate
this Island, it will probably receive
prominent notice in their report.
Col. McKenzie urges the citizens of
Hilo to keep at hand definite facts
about the need and cost of a break
water for Hilo bay and fire several
volleys at every United States official
that comes along.
At the Peacock parlors Wednes
day evening a number of Hilo's
prominent citizeus called on the
gave him the earnest .support which I 'ul the year before, and if much
UJJpUMUUIl IU W1C 1 1 fill J M1UUIU UC-
velop, it may not get through
Congress. In regard to financial
legislation, it seems to be well
understood in Washington that
nothing will be done. "A general
understanding," says the New York
Journal of Commerce, "seems to
have been reached among the lead
ers of the majority that no financial
legislation will be attempted cither
then or at the regular session, and
the President seems to have been
Russian companies. It is s'ated to
be in the interest of Germany to
sec that there can be no coalition
between these two, which can only
be prevented by increasing the de
mand of the Russian product. The brought around to this view." bo,
German buyer, however, is said to
look upon the Russian oil with dis
favor. Pittsburg Dispatch.
TIT FOR TAT.
Hilo people talk of holding back
their taxes for the new county gov
ernment. What an uproar it would
create if the Territory attempted
such a policy and decided to with
hold money for East Hawaii im
provements until after the first of
the year. There would be just as
much justice in the one proposition
as in the other. Advertiser.
The Hilo public was apathetic
and has received just the kind of a
jolt it ought to receive. Hawaiian
It has been the prevailing opinion
in Hilo that the public gave the
jolt to somebody else.
too, observes the Boston Herald,
"It becomes more and more plain
that practically nothing will be done
in the way of financial legislation,
cither in the extraordinary session
j or in the regular one winch will
' follow it. This is a vast change
from the program originally laid
out immediately after the close of
the last session. Then we were
told that the Republican members
of the Senate finance committee
were to consider the matter during
the summer and draw up a plan
which was to be the party policy
and assuch rushed through Congress
at an early date. The Republican
Senators met at two different times,
but, judging from the reports of
their conferences, they found it ex-,
Col. McKenzie, in common with
leading senators and representa
tives who have expressed them
selves, does not believe the present
session of Congress will make many
new appropriations. The aeknowl
egded needs of Hawaii may cause
an exception to be made. If per
sistent work is done by all organ
izations and va 'is representatives
in Hawaii, results may be obtained
in spite of the general policy tacitly
adopted in advance.
Filial In Doubles Won lij I'routy
Good tennis has been played on the
Hilo courts this week. The semi finals
in doubles were hotly contested. The
match between I'routy and Ralph Bald
ing and Madeira and Hapai was the
fastest match of the tournament. The
first named won in a score of 6-3, 6-4.
The match between Mellor and Bald
win nnd W. T. Balding and Dr. Idiot was '
a wavering game for a while, but ended
with the former winners in a score of 7-5,
The final in doubles was played Wed
nesday. I'routy and Balding were in
fine form and I'routy especially did mag-
tiifTi-oiit iiTti-l Mllnr find Tl.ililuitl. U'llfl
played on the losing side sagged from tremdy difficult, is not impossible,
the start of the game, which they lost in to agree on any common basis, al-
three straight sets; score 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. tho they made it plain that a pro-
The first match in the ladies' singles posaj for asset currency WOllld be
was won by Mrs.Eliot against Miss F.mma , ,. ..... c ,
, out of the question. secretary
Hoc urnri n-- h-T
v.., ...w.w -j ,, - .. - , 1
oiiaw uus muue ui i.uu acvciui
speeches, but he has not outlined
any definite policy of a change in
existing laws except the suggestion
for an emergency currency subject
to so high a tax that it would only
be of value in times of great money
stringency. But his proposal seems
to have fallen rather fiat in banking
circles. From a sweeping program
the currency tinkers have now
..,.. dropped to an extremely limited
Outgolnir K I iiiui List. one, and the chance of carrying
W. Taylor, John Hill, Gordon McLean 'even a limited program through
and wife, It. N. Topham and wife, Major Congress appears to be slim, unless
W. K. llirkhemier and wife, Col. Alex. ' n very rlciical change takes place
McKenzie, Capt. Geo. McK. Williamson, ... . . . ., r
,. . ' ' ... , ... in the money market in the few
Major Win. H. Davis, Capt. Geo. W. 1 J
Reed, Major Henry Moon, A. II. Irwin, weeks before the assembling of
Hon. J. D. Lewis, Hon. K. Kealawaa, Congress."
Mrs. i. C. Snow, Mrs. 15. G. Hitchcock, ' The prosperous condition of Cuba,
H. R. Hendry, K. L. Cutting, J. M.Coul-1 , ' , en. 1
, , . ,, ., v 1. ,, as shown in the report of Consul-
cri I Pnlir.il Airs K. AT. Himvtl nnil '
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WALL, NICHOLS CO. LI
And what he hits sent to Hawaii is the absorbing subject as it
nears Christinas tinie. This year he has stored heaps of
toys in the Wall, Nichols Co's room on Bridge street
That differences should arise be
tween the new and old administra
tions is natural. That these differ
ences should be mainly about lands
is also natural. There should be
something in the experience to in
duce Governor Carter to recom
mend that the United States laud
laws be extended to Hawaii.
In the other match for ladies Mrs
Lindsay defaulted to Mrs. Vicars.
The finals will be played this week by
Mrs. Vicars and Mrs. Idiot.
Last Monday an interesting set of mixed
doubles was played. Mrs. Vicars and
Mr. Madeira lost to Mr. and Mrs. Bald
win; score 4-6, 6-1, 7-5.
The tennis players give great credit to
Mr. F. W. Thrum, who is umpiring.
Mr. Thrum belongs to the Pacific Tennis
Club at Honolulu and is an expert on
matters 011 the coutts.
Of all sizes and kinds, iucltid
i 11 g coasters, wheelbarrows,
For boys and girls.
Chairs, rockers, Morris chairs,
Of every description and all
their FURNITURE. There
are beds, dressers, washstands,
wardrobes, sideboards, wash
ing outfits, dish closets,houscs,
Books, tree ornaments, and so
many other things that you
just must come and see for
In the main store you will
Including our new Hawaiian,
and many Hawaiian novelties.
Purses, portfolios, tourist sets,
And picture frames, genuine
24 K gold plate photo frames,
circular ones in gilt, gold and
Padded volumes, a full line of
dainty gift books, sets by
standard authors, latest fic
Including Hawaiian Coat of
Arms, Hawaiian view paper.
Of all kinds.
WALL, NICHOLS GO,
General Sleinhart, has been set
forth; and this prosperity is being
used by a number of papers as an
argument against reciprocity. Thus
the San Francisco Chronicle says:
"With the magnificent resources
of the richest island in the world at
their disposal, the Cuban people
-iw- . ii!.,ni would be "'coinpetents indeed if
,,,,,. ,, . , they could not make a living with
1. M. Rowland returned from Honolulu ,
bv the Klnau. huviiii! carried the official out hclP- I "ey are making a llV
returns of the county election to Regis-, ing and more and are escaping
child, A. G. Curtis, Judge"C. F. I'arsous,
Father Ulrich, Father Adrian Father ,
Otto, Hon. A. Fernandez, Hon. W. II.
I'urdy, Hon. C. II. PuUi, Hon. II. M. '
Knuilio, Hon. F. R. Greenwell, Hon. W.
J. Wright, C. S. Holloway, Miss M.
Walker, Senator McCrossou, A. V. l'eters, 1
W. I'fotenhauer, A. Heruer, wife,
two children, F,. A. Eraser.
The Paradise of the Pacific refers
to the Honolulu lodge of Elks as
the only lodge outside of the main
land of the United States. The
pictorial editor of our pictorial ma
gazine should come to the Hilo
district from which he draws his
choicest pictures, and see Hilo Herd
trar Buckland. Three precincts were not shame of becoming dependents upon
represented 111 the returns which went ' the bounty of American producers,
forward by the special messenger -t I whose reS0urces are relatively far
week. These are Hilo, Olaa mid Paauilo.
The men elected to office cannot receive less abundant than their own. 1 he
certificates of election until the official livestock interests and the American
count of all precincts are in. Tlit'se i producers of sugar, tobacco and
three will doubtless go forward this week, jf rimsneed ot i)e immolated for
While at the Capitol building Mr. I c sak ,
Rowland was near enough to the center , , ,
of the storm in the F. xecutive Council to ' be sacrificed upon the altar of the
feel the heat. He said the new Governor sugar trust. Cuba is doing well.
was wielding a battle axe which would
make Hilo hammers look like toys.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
I'. 1'KCK President.
C C KHNNHDY Vlcefl're.
JOHN T. MOIK...3111I Vice-lTc.
C. A. STOIIIH Cashier.
A. I. SUTTON Secretary.
J. S. Caiifirio, Julm J, Grace,
1'. S. T.ytnaii, II. V. ratten,
Win. I'lillar, W. II. Shipmati.
Druw Kxcliunne on
The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Hank. ..San Ftaucisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Hank New Vork
The National Hank of the Re-1 cic.,0
public ( '
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- ) Hongkong,
ing Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Shanghai,
ing Corporation ) China.
These are the days when
Can be easiest found at . . .
, She is developing the elements of a
sturdy nationality such as she never
would achieve as a commercial de-
I pendency of the United States. The
! situation of Cuba is the most envi-
Drove l'mni Kmwilltiii'.
United States Marshal 15. R. Hendry
arrived in the city Wednesday evening.
He is on this Island saving summons on able in the American hemisphere,
the meiubem of the House in the last Not Strong enough to arouse na
Legislature to appear as witnesses in the ' timial antanoiilsni. with internal
Federal Court in re the investigation con
cerning the alleged burning of vouchers.
Mr. Hendry landed from the Kinau .it
Kuwaihae mid drove with twoU. S. Army
In reply to a newspaper reporter's
ciueries Superintendent Cooper stat-' officers into Hilo in u little over seven
ed Tuesday that he proposes to ad
minister the Department of Public
Works until his retirement and
would not recognize Mr. Carter as
other than Secretary of the Terri
tory until he becomes in fact the
tranquillity guaranteed as well as
protection from foreign oppression,
with natural resources unequaled
in the world, she is free to develop
teen hours. The army officers were in-, ner ow jduslrjes aml create her
.,iu-...K u.B .... K. w, . - - , own markets. Jt would be
uary nmn, itijui uxiircaaiuui uiujijjl'u
the Mouth or Year. Far-
ticulars on Application.
The RESTAURANT serves the best meals,
either a la carte or table d'hote.
The BUFFET is stocked for the winter and
is ready for your requisitions.
DR0P IN 1).' LYCURGUS, Prop.
SURETY ON BONDS
Matson Navigation Go.
The only Direct Line between San Fran
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
lollowlug Fast bailers
they were not displeased with the road,
but freely admitted it could Maud exten
sive repairs in spots.
First rorelgu Church.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
No need to begin worrying about Xmas Morning Mtbject "Light Hearers." Ivven-
presents, Save your time, temper and lug subject " 1 lie hkepucs creeu or
money and come to Hakalau Store. "The Heliel of the Unbeliever." I?very.
Hetter than ever, particulars later. body welcome. F. L. NASH.
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The work 011 the abutments for both
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