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THE WBKKLY HII.0 TRIBUNE, 1111.0, HAWAII,
l'RIDAY, NOVUM BRR
Watches and Jewelry
AM. KINDS Ol' ll.UI I.U
MADE TO OldEU AT
M. J. De Gouvea's I
JAS M SHAMANS, tin- well
known wiitclitiinlicr. is to l)f found
here, and wilt turn out nil work in
up-to-date manner AM. WORK
Opposite I'eacock & Co., 1III.O
W. A. TODD'S
I li.i opened a slop on Wnianucnuc
street in vt 10 Demosthenes' Cnlc, where
I nui reiuls to make
Ulcnr friends. You still Jiiivc omc-,
tiling to live for'
I'ail) or Toiirlsls Cook ,M nil In Hi f cjoon we fucul homeward, the!
Volnuio. f00t ;,rtv leadiim the way The '
About 3 o'clock last Sunday af- itnoon, Inking pity on the foot-weary
ternoon there started out for the j travellers, smiled out from behind
i crater of Kilatica, Mr. and Mrs. R. the clouds that had been generously
JC. Brown of Honolulu, Miss Olive I supplying us with a cooling mist,
j Block of Springfield, III., Mr. Geo. lighting our not any too smooth
'Keeney and Mr. Cass of l'utinene, pathway, and adding, for our
Maui, and Miss Jessie Robertson of pleasure, a perfect lunar rainbow,
Santa Rosa, California. Hollowing to replace the beautiful one supplied
GOOD HARNESS and later on horses were Mrs. Hlock J earlier in the day by the sun. Hut
FINE SADDLES and Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair Hid. i all is not told. We reached the
English Saddles a Spocialty good, our genial host and hostess i crater wall only to find a climb be
HARNESS REPAIRED i at the Volcano House,
REASONAHLE CHARGES The climb down the .six hundred
M A T"fcrn I feet to the crater floor was soon ae-
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Telephone No. 39.
Bkidgk St. - H11.0, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hn.o, II. I
Choice Cuts of
We have added a Stan
Oval and Circle Machine
to our Framing Depart
ment ... Over one hundred
styles of Moulding con
stantly carried in stock
Wall, Nichols Co.
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Makes Finest Hread.
Fresh Rolls and Huns
always p hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party Cahcs
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C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
Call at Tribune Office
New location nt Mountain View
next to Depot
Wines and Beers
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complished, and an easy pace set
i over the lava beds, broken for an
occasional snapshot, or tour of in
spection. The blow hole "I.ittle
Beggar" was looked at; a picture
taken in "Pele's Picture-frame,"
and the hot cracks received their
Reaching the grater rim, we laid
down on the rocks and peered in,
watching in horrified wonder, the
great volumes of surlpher-ladcn
fumes pouring from the cracks and
crevices in the pit beneath. Next,
we tossed stones over the brink and
watched them speed to the bottom,
followed closely by numberless
companions that had been loosened
by their mad career, listening with
shivers to their wicrd and mournful
cry, reverberated from wall to wall
i as they were lost to view in the
' horrid pit below. What a scene!
i Fit for a carnival of( devils and
Soon the mounted party reached
us, and we hastened on to the cavern
beyond, clambering through a hole
in the floor, and down a ladder in
to the very nether world, vacated
for the moment by Pele and her at
tendants, but for all that, fdled
with their hot uncanny breath.
Lighting candles we wandered on
through rocky corridors, ever in
creasing in heat, where we gathered
Pele's curls from the walls, as well
as a few beautiful crystals that
found their being there. Finally
with rejoicing we found ourselves
once more on top of earth.
We sauntered on to "Pele's
Kitchen" to find the kettle boiling.
At least we judged so by the mighty
jets of steam issuing from below.
We had no time for tea a gentle
pressure of Madam Pele's hand was
quite sufficient. Sometimes a wel
come can prove altogether too warm!
The hotcracks were soon reached,
and we were comfortably seated
watching with interest the process
of cooking before us. Iron rods
across a crack made a safe support
for tlte kettle, and in a few moments
it was boiling merrily, promising
with glad tidings, a welcome cup
of tea, A frying pan was then
placed over a crack, and soon the
delicious odor of frying bacon and
eggs reached us. What a wonder!
The first party in the history of
Kilauea, so they told us, was ttjtiliz-
ing fires ot the nether world for the
very human necessity of a cooking
stove. No need of a mechanical
knowledge of drafts here! All done
to order! No careless fireman here
to forget the fuel and extinguish
the flames! From the cracks came
the faint glow of the fires below,
and the red hot rocks only a few
feet below the surface, fascinated
the on-looker, for he realized with
horror the nearness of that mighty
lore us, through sand and stones.
Hut who minded a little thing like
that? Out over the dark trail be
hind us came the call of the horse
men, which, taken up by the crater
walls, was echoed and re-echoed
with beautiful clearness. We, too.
careless of our wealth of breath,
answered back with gay abandon
for a little while. Hut where the
LO WN EY'S
iv. iNCjRNrisifc co.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Go.
Steamers of the nhove line ruuuini: in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu,
Suva and IlrislMiic, Q., ure duo at Honolliluon or about 'the dales below
top? And why the heat? Off comes tteil.vU:
coats, but still no cooler. Kvery From Vancouver and Victoria B.C.
downward step was taken with pro- V HrMianc, Q., and Sydney:
p fur !!; tint the ton like the not' MOANA SI5PT. 26
of gold at the end of a rainbow?
"How near and yet how far!" A
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
Por Victoria and Vancouver, 11. C:
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
BliTWKKN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in too hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets .ssued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe
Por freight and passage, and all general information, apply to
final clamber and the lop was at
tained, and then we stood to gaze.
Such relics of a day gone by.
Refreshed, and in chanued clothes.
we gathered around the fire for a TheO. H. DaVieS & Co., Ltd., Gen'l AgtS.
chat, where a feast completed a day . .
01 pleasure, unmarreci ny even tne 1
shadow of a desire unfulfilled. J.
S. R., in Eviuing Bulletin.
WE WILL BOND YOU
Honolulu, Nov. 10. "Jerry"
Rurniugham, the well-known and
popular purser in the employ of the '
Wilder Steamship Company, will ,
soon have to go about arrayed in a l
scriptural fig-leaf if his hard luck
continues. It seems that Jerry's
taste in clothing and fit just suits
some mysterious gentleman who de-
ponds on this excellent taste in sc-1
lecting apparel, and then appro-1
priates it while Jerry in rocking in I
the cradle of the deep. I
Some months ago a dress suit 1
and several other suits of clothes j
and other articles of clothing were 1
stolen from Hurniugham's domicile,
the cottage at the comer of Union I
street and the convent lane. '
Jerry collected a new wardrobe
and his surprise and chagrin can be
imagined when on returning to
Honolulu a few days ago he found
that his new outfit had also been ,
The thief had evidently entered
the place during the afternoon by
means of a key. The clothes be
longing lo Mr. Scott, who lives in
the same house, had not been
touched. Evidently they do not
fit the thief. Poor Jerry had been
relieved of five or six pairs of trous
ers, a tuxedo and a lot of new silk '
handkerchiefs. The thief very con
siderately allowed Jerry to keep
some old things and his week's
A cocktail shaker and several
other similar necessities of life had
also been taken. Huruiugham has
I reported the matter to the police
and is in hopes that he will get at
least some of his raymeut back.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo StsJ
Chicago, Nov. 13. The City
Railway employes began their strike
wrecking cars by which many
people were injured. The service
has been abandoned. I
cauldron. I.ike snake charmed 1 mkdv is intended
birds we drew nearer and still nearer coughs, colds, croup, whooping
to gaze, the while wislitug ourselves I cough aml influenza. It has be
come famous for its cures of these
far beyond the fury of that never
leeping giant. One of the party
soon realized the proximity of a
hot crack to her chosen seat, but
for a time was persuaded that it
was but the result of her fancy.
diseases over a large part of the
civilized world. The most flatter
ing testimonials have been received,
giving accounts of its good works;
of the aggravating and persistent
Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
HILO, - - - HAWAII
1 ROBERT INNES LILLIE
Exporter of Island l'roiluce.
Honks IviMit mill AuililL-il.
Room I, Spreckels' Hlock, - llilo ' Olisly
However, upon her change another , coughs it has cured; of severe colds
of the party utilized the fine crack that have yielded promptly to its
then discovered for heating his plate ' soothing effects, and of the danger
and cup to his discomfort as he ' os attacks of croup it has cured,
discovered later. Wierd, like an often saving the life of the child,
intrusion into another world, the The extensive use of it for whoop
scene impressed itself upon its. By iIIB cough has shown that it robs
the faint light of two lanterns we that disease of all dangerous results,
sat eating. Did anything ever it is especially prized by mothers
taste better? Hirst was passed because it contains nothing in
delicious hard tack, followed shortly jurious aim there is not the least
by bread and butter sandwiches, danger in giving it, even to babies.
Nectar, known as coffee, hot and j it always cures and cures quickly
delicious, filled our cups for a The Hilo Drug Store .Sells it.
time. But to crown all, what more 1 -.
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Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
OKDKKS FILL 111) AT SHOUT NOT 1 Civ.
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by ns entitlod
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old .Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
BERGSTROM . MUSIC CO., Honolulu
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.
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