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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER so. 1903
l)C )o vilmne.
HIS OI.H THICKS.
FRIDAY, NOVKMHER 20, 1903
Kutcted atthc Postofllce at Hilo, Ha
wull, a second-class mutter
ruin.isiiiii) KVKKV HKIIiAV.
L. W. HaWORTH - Buitor.
IN A NUTSHELL.
"Personally, so far as the
Hshment of county government is
concerned, I should desire to sec it
a success. It will allow freer ex
pression of the wishes of the people
and will permit of local legislation
by the supervisors in many matters
without the necessity of awaiting
the biennial session of the Legisla
ture. It will mean the handling
by each county of its own affairs
and will mean the development of
wnii on the roll of "Department! The R. II. Williams In 1
Heads" under the new administra-' i supped to be the forn
There should be little or no doubt ' l'rncllrnl Joker Once In llllo Still
of the nroncr remesontation of Ha- UniiM'y. ,
the story below
nier Ullolle, wild
Hon. Governor Carter will be as WB "7 K" wU" orlK"m l,r'"'ks
. , . r 1 .1 11 ban Prancisco, Sept. 30. To have his
quick as any one to feel the general brMe ki(,nnl)C(, ,'. mnM ofrim ihm ,
sentiment in this regard and no one 1 ,, llollr aru.r )eillK lllIirrlc,i ttns the mis
knows better than he that coinpe- fortune thai last night befell Harry Dim-
tent and strenuous material can be "Ing U-e. u young nssayer from Portland,
found in country districts. On this ' hn Ua ,,,ec cli,,K " cMct cU"i f
' t ttn fr!.1alinn fV.m.1.1.. 111.... ,,f T....
cstab- J ll 1""0'"1" Prw Pcaks as , luinne County, last night.
IOUOUS. 1 T1L. young A had just been joined
In appointing new heads of dc- ' wedlock to Miss Geneve Jones, of 1519 1
partments the next Governor will Ninth avenue, in Oakland, and while
scarcely overlook the claims of the 1 friends were congratulating the bride, I
other islands. At present Hawaii , the young husband stepped into another
and Kauai are not represented in j room fora moment to speak tohis mother
the larger offices of the Territory in-law. Mrs. V. T. Jones. 1
though the taxes they contribute ' While he was absent, the bride was en-'
entitle them to a share of the good ' ticl to the front door on the pretext that
things. Hnwaii, especially should ' there was a message for her, when a I
have some encouragement. Adver-1 shawl was thrown over her head and she
tiser. wn1 picked up by Dr. K. 11. Williams,
who carried her to a waiting carriage.
Miss Helen Lloyd, n cousin of the bride, j
and I'rcn Le llilister, entered the carriage
Outside island rctiresentation
the people into citizens more inter- j a j)roblcm that will be up to Acting
nctnrl in tlw mtlilin nfTfiirc nf ttli'ir ! P.ntnrtinr Pnrtnr in frntntniT 1iu
' I " tt-ttli lltnm ntifl tlt it itt-t fi ninl 1 1 1-tt.iti
Geo. R. plans for department heads under ,,...,.....,
his administration. All things be- . , , .,
it ii-no niwip iiiiniiiitiii i-int i mi irtin?ii
a I nwi iiii.i uiiiiiiii:iiii llitik iiii. illume.
own respective counties.'
THE PROPER WAY.
The free hand, open and positive
utterances of Geo. R. Carter, pub
lished in the Honolulu papers have
the true ring. It is an innovation
in Hawaii for a high public official
to talk straight, unequivocally and
earnestly for publication. Geo.
R. Carter is sounding the note of a
new era and if we mistake not has
divined with excellent instincts the
way into public confidence, the way
to a solid pedestal as
irom wiiien uoxning oui luconceiv- suci)
able mistakes can remote him.
Mr. Carter is winning the confi
dence of the public by taking the
public unreservedly into his confi
dence. It is the frank American
spirit which wins in America only
as it wins any where, when men in
position are strong enough and bold
enough to rely upon the common
sense of the people. These meth
ods clear the atmosphere of doubt,
suspicion, stealth and vacillation
and promote understanding and
public confidence. When mistakes
are made under such a general po
licy of frankness and directness,
the public is usually generous.
When Geo. R. Carter becomes
well settled in the office of Gover
nor the people of Hilo would like
the opportunity of giving him the
glad hand. During four years,
Governor Dole came once to this
town and traveled then incog. He
has never been in official touch
with Hilo. He naid social visits in
outer districts but this whole Island
knows him more as a venerable cit
izen than as an official militant.
It will be different with the virile
and active present incumbent. Hilo
is ready to be good regardless of
factional or even party lines, and
will contribute all she can to the
task of injecting a Twentieth Cen
tury spirit into the administration
of Hawaiian affairs.
ing equal the other islands have a i
right to serious consideration. The
complaint has ever been that Hono
lulu takes everything, and while
county government will largely do
away with the old time feeling, it
will be a gain to the Territorial ad
ministration if outside districts are
made to feel that they stand on
something like an equality with i
young groom found his wife after (inform
ing the police departmental! threatening
to alarm. lie encountered her at home
after returning from a fruitless search.
The bride is the daughter of the late
W. T. Jones, a well-known milling man I
of West Oakland.
New Heading Matter.
The following books have recently been
received at the Hilo Public Library:
i Memoirs of a Cotempararv St. Kline
Inn report by the Mauna Loa jcltersof Diplomats wifcWnddington j
that G. II. Gere had been decided The True Abraham Lincoln Curtis
upon for the office of Superintendent Norwegian iiy Ways Wood
of Public Works, went long enough " of A- Mnrk Tw,i" '
governor, j uncontnuUcted to show that in Hilo ?T ,.V L. .T'" . 1
t i i'uw ui iiiuniuuii iui'iK -tiuiuriuii i
an appointment would have T,. Mpin..nf ii,. i,,.i..,n ah,.,.'
met with no adverse criticism. Mr. Anne Carmel Overton '
Gere has been working on this ls- Round Anvil Hock Hanks I
land for more than a vear almost me umier uog i-. iiopk. bmitii
WALL, NICHOLS CO. LB
And what he has sent to Hawaii is the absorbing subject as it
nears Christmas time. This year he has stored heaps of
toys in the Wall, Nichols Co's room on Bridge street
constantly and has established him
self in the confidence of the people.
A careful persual of the utter
ances of Geo. R. Carter indicate
that as Governor, he will not carry
The Call of the Wild London t
When Patty Went to College Webster j
The House on the Hudson Powell j
Captain Simeon's Store Wassou I
Earth's Iiuiguias Roberts
The Master of Millions Lorimcr
Tlii. r.mtf (Miutr Mrfinitli I
The l'lliirree It.ill Green
on a policy of discrimination against if i L.re King McCarthy
the Hawaiian, a fear that was held t The Lightning Conductor Williamson
by many who had observed his po- Thompson's Progress Hyne
litical associations since annexa-1 The Triumph ....Pier
Pigs in Clover Dauby
tlon- , Putnam Place Collin
i The Lions of the Lord Wilson
Teachers' Heading Circle. , Tle ship of Dreams Porsbend
The meetings of the Teachers' Reading llccause of Power Mapes
Circle this year are as interesting as form-' Lady Rose's Daughter Wanl
erly and as well attended. The meeting I.ovey Mary Rice
Tuesday night was devoted to a number Darrell of the Messed Isles Hacheller
of topics all of which were very instruc- The Star Dreamer Castle
tive. Miss Lampmaugave a resume of the Gordon Keith Page
events of the past fortnight in ljurope. j Children of Destiny Scawell
Miss Deyo gave a brief talk on the early The Circle Thurston
history of the British Isles, and Knglish Istar of Il.ibylou Potter
history will be one of the main lines of The Conjurer's House White
study this year. Miss Potter told an ex-' Winslow Plain Green
ceptioually interesting story of her ex- The Octopus Karris
perieuces in Italy giving especial atteu-1 The Pit "
tion to a description of the leaning tower The Conquering of Kate Mowbray
of Pisa. Dwellers in the Mist Maclean
Mrs. !'. L. Nash had a paper on Milan The Substitute Harben
treating in detail of St. Marks Cathedral Our Keighbors Maclaren
and the painting by da Vinci of "The i A Couidey of Conscience Mitchell !
Last Supper." Mrs. Nash's paper was The Pagan at the Shrine Gwynne
pirtieularly appreciated because she is llariiaby Lee Hennett
soon to leae Hilo and while a resident Hidden Manna Dawson
here she has been one of the most zealous IJnimy Lou Martin
members of the reading circle. Resurrection Tolstoy
- Anna Kareuiua "
Of all sizes and kinds, inclnd
i n 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 elosets,houses,
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
Anus, Hawaiian view paper.
Of all kinds.
WALL, NICHOLS GO.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
According to a statement made
by Secretary Carter Tuesday morn
ing, the names of J. G. Pratt, form
erly of Hilo and J. Castle Ridgway
of this cityare the only, or at least
are the leading candidates for the
office of Secretary of the Territory.
Mr. Ridgway is a gentleman whb.se
training and experience well fit him
for the place and should he secure
the position, Hilo will have a loyal
representative on the Governor's
council. .Mr. rrau was also once Harry Wicks, W. A. Carpenter, Walter
a Ililoite and can be depended on I P. Ward, H. W. I'liicke, James L.Morris,
to do all he can, should he be made I Win. Silver, August Iten, 1-'. J. Cook, H.
Secretary, to further the interests of i ,J,",ca" K- A' W"B'". T- A- 1)rn,,il'
the city and Island of his first
.1 urj m en.
The Grand Jurors drawn for this term
of court are as follows: W. A. Putter,
Win. Downer, A. Richley, Manuel O.
Santos, J. II. Madden, W. II. Winchester,
L. H. Thompson, Win. Geo. Kaiheuui, 1
II. I'. Houlaud, J. G. Gamalielsoii, J. II.
H.irron, Philip A. Victor, Win. Kino,
John M. Ross, Joseph P. Lino, D. A
Loebensteiu, W. A. Puidy, Geo. W.
Paly, H. Puhr, J. A. Htimburg, Herman
W. Ludloir, J. I). Raston, A. N. Cabriuha.
I'ollottiug are the Trial Jurors for this ,
term of court: J.S.Janeway, W.J. Stone,
W. K. Andrews, T. O. Milchel, Otto I
Reiuhardt, Charles Akau, A. Lidgate, A. i"
S. I.ellarron Guriiey, John K. Kai Jr., i
Joaquin Carvalho, L. Turner, IC. II.
Moses, L. A. Swum, V. C. Daugerfiele,
XOTICK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for anv debts con
tracted by the crew. R. P. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
...All kinds of...
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PUAS15, President
San Francisco, Cal., U. S. A.
1'. PiiCK President.
C C K1JNN15IJV Vice-Prcs.
JOHN T. MOIK...2111I Vice-Prcs.
C. A. STOMU Cnsliler.
A. K. SUTTON Secretary.
J. S. Cnnnrio, John J. ('.race,
1'. S. Lyman, II. V. PntU'li.
V. II. S!ilimnii.
Ornw I2xoliunne on
The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, I'argo & Co. Hank. ..Sail Prancisco
Wells. Pargo & Co's Hank New York '
The National Hank of the Re-) Ci.:c.IL,0
public ! '" i
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- Hongkong,
ing Corporation ) China. 'I
Hougkong-Sh.iughai Hank- (Shanghai,
ing Corporation ) China.
, 0, , . ,, .... ) Yokohama
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- a . '
ing Corporation j Japan.
dence in the Territory. Uoth Mr.
Ridgway and Mr. Pratt have in
fluential friends near the President
but the chances are that whichever
of the twain commands the support
of Carter will land the Secretaryship.
The Hilo Hand will give a concert at
the Hotel grounds tonight. The follow
ing program will be rendered:
March "Indiana State Hand" 1'arrar
Overture 'Quite Right" McCosh
Polka "Gracioa" Ciito?!
Piccolo solo by Prof. Carvalho
"" 1 Med-Overlure "May Plotters". .Laurens
Tuiv report of Governor Dole to M!irch "7th U. S. Artillery". ..Rumsdell
the President recommends for Hilo ( Part II.
a breakwater in the bay, new public intermeo-"Anoua" Grey
buildings and asks that CocoailUt j Overture "Poet and Peasant" Suppe
Ittlrnwl he tnndi. intn n tilnv Polka "I'.lella" KlelCr
- - - V"J
ground park. Senator Mitchell
of Oregon, in a recent interview
Cornet duet by Carvalho and Gouvea
I Walt. "Marina"
Overture "The P.Ives'
Aloha Oe and Star Spangled II, inner
states that he will leave nothing
undone this winter in Comrress to
have appropriations made for these hi jYuucr" wUh dft:. -U
and other improvements 111 Hawaii. '& Kuymomi
will stop it.
"PII.O" eradicates dandruff,
stops falling of the hair and
keeps the hair and scalp in a
$1.00 Per Bottle.
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
Rented by the Mouth or Year,
ticulars on Application.
Matson Navigation Go.
The only Direct Line between San Pran
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following Past Sailers
Subscribe for the Trihunk
I Island subscription 2.50.
1 Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
t Bark SANTIAGO
Bark RODERICK DIIU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE ,
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
Launch LURLINE 1
Mid other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both Preight
I'or dates of sailing and terms,
J no. IJ. Spreckels & Bros. Co, i
327 Market St., Sail Prancisco,
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
5 We have the' popular brands H
in XMAS styles for XMAS
I Hair Brushes
:: That even a bald-headed man 3s
Cr can appreciate. S
EE . ROGERS' & GILLET'S 3
I Sachet Powder I
I Manicure Goods j
Ihilo drug co.I