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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
1904 Diaries Wall Nichols Cti. 52 4
V. A. Vctllcsoii tins In. cm appointed
Postmaster nt Wailuku. Maui.
Julian Mons.trnlt arrived by the Kiiian
Frozen Kiistcrn o)sters Hilo Mercnn
Colin Mcl.etiuou of Papiuloa was in
llilo over Sunday.
Stop nt the l'.ilm for l.owucy's candies,
75 cents per pound.
The Hnterprisc will sail from Sin
Francisco December 5.
Weber pinno for sale, nt Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51.tr
Nice furnished rooms, reasonable
terms. Apply this office.
Mrs. Siciuscn will sing n solo Sunday
night nt the Walakea Mission.
If yon want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
Dr. W. T Muns.1r.1tt came tip from
Honolulu by the Kinau.
Mrs. A. I.idgitc ncconipmies her hus
band to Honolulu lodav.
McDonald has received n new stock of
men's trousers see his ad.
Palmer Wood and wife of Knhnh goto
Honolulu today by the Kinau.
Mrs. Hawxburst, Mrs. Shnw and Miss
Hardier spent Monday in Ohu.
Nice corn-fed Thanksgiving tnrkejs,
fat nnd juicy Hilo Merc.iutile Co.
The Territory is represented in this
term of Court by John A. Matthewmau.
A box of candy for your best girl.
Lowitcy's 75c. per pound at the I'nlui.
G. K. Gray, representing the Hawaiian
Iron Fence nnd Monument Co. is in the
A. A. Itraytncr, representing Von
Haiiitu Voting 8: Co., returns to Honolulu
A line of things elegant for Christmas
presents are to be seen ut the Hilo Drug
Fresh crisp celery, just the thing for
)ourThanksgiving dinner Hilo Mercan
The Palm restaurant sells J.ownej'rt
candies ut 75c. per pound, 40c. per i lb.
The Kosecrans of the Matson line will
call ut Hilo the hist of this mouth for
Honolulu l'rimo beer fresh from the
keg ut Demosthenes, two drinks for u
The Honolulu Investment Cotnpiuy
represents the most reliable fire insurance
Rev. S. I,. Desha will go to Lauui next
week to dedicate the iicwjchurch recently
errected by Charles Gay.
Call ami see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received nt Moses
& Unj maud's, Hilo, Hawaii.
W. C. Coolv of I'apaikoti is enjojing a
short vacation, part of which he spent in
Puna, the guest Dr. Holland.
There will be a Union Thanksgiving
service in the Foreign Church at it
o'clock Thursday, November 26.
The 1902 dancing club will give n
dance at Serrao's Hall Saturday night.
Tickets on sile at the Owl Drug Stort
I'ttuucoshi, Wutannbe and Ah Quong
were brought from Honolulu to be pres
ent nt this term of Court by Dan Keniar.
The Sing Hmg Society of Hilo cele
brated the inauguration of its new build
ing on Volcano street Wednesday night
with u l).ui(uct.
1'. Wlttram, who has been in Hilo for
the past few mouths, leaves today by tl e
Kinau, and will probibly go to China 1 1
the near future.
The Tribune was in error last week in
sajing that Chang, the 151k steward was
u See Yup. Chang is a member of the
New F.iiglaud mince meat, like mnthir
used to make, at Hilo Mercantile Co
No need tobtgiu worrying about Xmus
presents. Save your time, temper and
money and come to Hakalau Store.
Iletter than ever, particulars later.
A COI.OM' UP II0I.1.H.
llrllthmt Woldluir Itereptlnu 011 tin
The colony of dolls that will be on ex
hibition nt the Ladies' Guild sale this
afternoon nt the Hotel will astonish all
coiners. It is a thoroughly civilized
colon). Is is an aristocratic, lion ton
colon) nnd each individual in this com-
UltlUKKT O.N HAWAII.
Honolulu Team llns Two Dims of
' 1 I. ..1. ..1..
11 til 111,1111111.
The Honolulu team of cricketers came
down by the Kliuiu Wednesday to contest
for honors with the Kohala team. In the
Honolulu team were Messrs. II. I,. Her
bert. R. A Churdon, A. T. Miles, A. R
Hatfield. W. I. Simile), R. A.Jordon.
W. L. Weedon, R. Anderson, II. 15. mtinity of Lilliputians has distinguished
Ticker The) return by the Kinau to-1 characteristics without which it or she or
da) to HiMio.ulu. having hid the time of he could not show a face in such select
their lives in hospitable Kolmln. . company
The first inning Wednesday resulted in j The colony will be in n quiver or ex
n score or 137 for Honolulu, Kohala 63. citcment on account or the wedding or
A second inning was played Thursday, two or its most popular members. The
the result of which did not come in in bridal party will be the swellest ever seen
time for publication. I in Hilo nnd the wedding reception will
-.. K, jM fill )n)t w,c tlc gale begins.
KI111111 I'lissPiiiriT 1,1st The KroolII , be correctly dressed in
R.J. Taylor, Jas. Young, A. McLean, I swallow tall, white vest nnd immaculate
Mtss Lewis, Julian Monsarrnt, Dr. W. T. I tie. The bride will be n dream or lovli
Mousarrat, F. M. Dechtel, Dr. Mntsu-1 ness. Clnderilla nnd her Drince will be
numn, I). Renenr nnd 3 prisoners, Dr. R. there, so will
G. Curtis and wire, Rev. F. Sokabe.
The Trlde or Keutuek) , satisfies
It invites inspection
It is fearless of competition
Test is b) "taste and ou will In con
vinced that it has no rival
Little Ito-1'eep nnd Red
Riding Hood. They will nil be dressed
, "" to kill. Mary nnd lict Lamb will look
Hrst torrlRii Church. in ,ipoM tue sct.ne nm, Molhcr GooSL. w
Services nt it n. 111. nnd 7:30 p.m. have something to say. The Tennis Girl
Afnrlifmr uiiliiitrt1 A 1fi(Ii,., TI.ki.wII..- ' n..l .. J...ll... C.....I..1. --. I... .1...
-" h '""jv" I, uiiuiii.. iimi lEiiiiiiK oji.iiiisu st-uuriui, uic i omui-i. j.ait-r, nir. v.inus jouusou was
lion." Kvening subject "A Safe Guard." ' chief of the MacAlpiu Clnn, tartan clnd, made n citizen, renouncing nllegi mce to
I5ver) body welcome. F. h. NASH. and n delegation from the Sons nnd King Oscar.
j Daughters of the American Revolution Wednesday afternoon the case orciicw
Tlie colony or dolls, which will be the wiu )e , the Coip,y. Costumes will I Nim vs. Filipo Kuiuulae. trespass was
center or attraction ut the Ladies Guild accort, ilh llle UlllL. ,, ,,,,,,, frolll called up tor trial. At the close of the
Sale this evening may be seen this Tore- wllich c-lch r tm.sc nristocratic midgets plnintiiT's testimony, n motion b) the
Iliisluess or (lie tJourl I'rocccds Mlh
The November term of the Fourth
Circuit Court convened Wednesday morn
ing nt 10 o'clock, Gilbert F. Little pre
siding nnil the regular officers or the
Court in their usual places. The list of
grand jurors was called showing nil pres
cut except four which had been excused.
In calling the trial jurors, the following
were excused. Oltor Rcinhart, on oc
count of deafness; A. Lidgate, govern
ment official, W. A. Carpenter, govern
ment official; T A. Dranga, statutor)
The charge of the Court to the Grand
Jury was read nnd A. Richley was np
pointed foreman, KaUmi biililf. Chang
v-nong was sworn in ns Chinese inter-1
preternnil Floientine Souz.i, Spanish in
terpreter. Two trial jurors, Messrs L.
Turner nnd Hnrry Wicks were excused
After calling the cnlendar, Thos.
Hlnck mid Geo. Herriot indue form trans-,
ferred their nllegiance from King IMvvnnl j
VII nnd became citizens or the United i
Stntcs. Lnter. Mr. Clans lolinson was
Men's Worsted Trousers
All sixes, starting at 30 waist up to 42.
The new stock j'ttst
at hand contains
ally neat patterns
Prices will convince you that it
will pay you to buy these
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00,
$4.50 and $5.00
The Premier Haberdashery
M. F. McDonald, Hilo
COME HERE FOR YOUR CLOTHING
muni 111 uic minions hi ine lino wnik ! mn. Tl,.. ..l.il.l r.i. -i.ii.i ,lr...... r. ........ i n.n i ...
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i,lore I children will give a May Pole dance. the court. At three o'clock vesterda),
The Hilo Railroad Co. h is commenced , The dolls hive been dressed so exoui- the testimony Tor the defense closed and
grading for u track to the mill or the Ha-' sitcly because the ladies orthe Guild have argument before the jury was begun
vvnii Sugar Mill Co. Tlie track will cross taken great piins nnd have hud vnlued i LeNloiul & Smith for Plaintiffs; Smith
Front street on this side of Hackfeld's j assistance from several on the outside. '& Parsons for defend int.
lumber )urd. I The sile ut the fair this iirtemoou will l In the ense ot Ah Quov, under sentence
be in charge of Mrs. IlHves nnd Mrs.
Holland. They will be assisted by Misses
Crow and Lcebensteiu.
St. James' Guild sale of fancy work
this afternoon and evening and tomorrow
afternoon and evening. Special feature
sile of dolls for Christmas presents. Hilo
Dr R. G. Curtis nnd wife arrived bv
the Kin, in from Honolulu. The) will re
side ut Olau, where the Doctor holds the
the positions of govt rumeiit and planta
The house on the new dock is Hearing
completion. Mr. Kendall, who was con
tractor for the carpenter work, and Mr.
Rogers, who had the painting contract,
have done rapid work.
The managers orthe Cotillion Club are
looking for it punchbowl winch was
evidently taken from Spreckels hall. A
suitable riw.ird will be given foriiiforma
ttou Ieudiug to its recovery.
Announcement is made oi the engage
meut or Miss I5sthcr F. Aktina ol Kohala
Girls' School to Mr. John K. Akau or
Hilo. The wedding will take place nt
Kohala in the near summer.
J. A. Scott, C. C. Kennedy, J. T. Moir,
W. Pullar, K. S. Centrum, A. Lidgate,
S. P Scales nnd others go to Honolulu
today to attend the annual meeting orthe
Hawaiian Planters' Association.
J, D. IJaston and A. Richley have been
appointed Jury Commissioners by Judge
Little for the )ear 1905. The Statute re
quires their appointment now but they
will have 110 duties to perform for sev
A Lamk Shoui.dhr is usually caused
by rheumatism or the muscles, and tiny
be cured by the use or Chamberlain's
Pain Iltliu. This liniment is unequaled
as a soothing lotion. One application
gives relter. Try it. Tlie Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
Miss Isabelln F. Hutchinson, lately or
Hilo and Captain in the Salvation Army
here, was married at Honolulu to I5dgar
W. Hadley. While in Hilo Miss Hutch
inson made many friends. Mr. and Mrs.
Hadley will beat home after December
istnt corner Makiki street and Domiius,
mill liinicimeni lor rape, a nolle prosequi '
was entered by prosecuting Attorney
Matthewmau and the prisoner was re
manded to the custody of the Sheriff
under the old sentence. 1
A nolle prosequi was also entertd in j
the the case of Kumillae, indicted for
forgery. The forgery consisted in adding
11 lines to a petition for the removal or
I There will be racing at Hoolulu Park JIr- Wilsou.it school teacher at Kulupana.
New Year's Day. ! Tlie case was disposed or under iustruc '
committee consisting of J. T. Moir 1 t,on fro"- '-- Attorney Gcuir.il. A dis-
M: YK.VK KAC1MI.
Hood Program With Liberal Purses
ut Hoolulu Park.
A. M. Wilson and C. 15. Wru-bt have ili
cided to hold n race meeting nnd will
hang up nearly Ji.ooo in purses. The
program has not been completed in nil
its details but the principal events have
been decided upon.
The following and other races will be
pulled off: .
One-hair mile dash free for nil; purse
One mile free for nil running race;
purse $125, nnd Hilo Mercantile cup.
One nnd one-hair mile, free for all;
purse f 1 25.
One-half mile pony race, twelve hands
and under; purse $50.
Two Japanese races, one half mile dash;
purse or fs each.
Three mile relay race; purse J75.
In all races, 25 per cent or purse to go
to second horse.
inree to enter nnd three to
entrance foe 10 per cent or purse.
Sued For :I0,000.
Petition has been filed in the Fourth
Circuit Court by Win. Fernnndes and
Jessie Feminities, his wife, plaintiffs,
against L. A. Andrews II. S. Overt-nil
and IJvangcliua du Stlv.t, claiming dam
ages in the amount of $30,000 for inali
The action grows cut or the nrrest or
plaintiffs in February 1903, upon the
charge or sleeping together ns .bush mil
nnd wife. The plaintiffs allege thut the
action of said defendants was wrong, ma
licious and without probable cause, nnd
caused plaintiffs great injury to reputa-
missal, under instruction from the Attor
ney General, was also entered in the cast
or Choy Tong Soon, ch irged with prac
ticing medicine without n license.
The suit or M. S. Griubiiim vs. U. Ka
uai et al. was dismissed at cost or appel
lant, the defendant below.
lion, character and reelings, and great
The mteting at Wniakt-.t Mission next " '" t0'llet-'"' ' tl-r private ' mlai,)t ,, cun0lW( () Am
Sunday evening will be addressed by
Rev. S. L. Desha, nnd good music will be
rurnished by the quartette. The meeting
last Suudii) night, ut which 11. L. Ross
talktd, wusa success, Mr. Ross proving
himself nt home before the mission chil
dren as well as before .1 jury.
The church social in honor or Rev. nnd
Mrs. F. L. Nash has been postpontd
from tonight to next Tuesday evening
on account ol the entertainment to be
given this evening by the Ladies' Guild
at St. James Mission. The soci.il will be
at the parlors or the First Foreign Church
J. M. Vivas, and A. G. Correa for plain,
rh( llHlHltirui nf tl... .-it.1.11 .u .11...1 ... '
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the fact that on nnd after the 1st day or
January, 1904, the silver coins heretofore
struck by the Government or Hawaii will,
under an Act of the Congress or the
United States, entitled "An Act relating
to Sliver Coiuiigeuud Silver Certificates,"
cease to be a legal tender in the Territory
And notice is rurther givtii that from
A Plciisimt hui-prise.
"He that get a guid guid wifo;
Gets gt.tr enetich!"
Above the howling or the wind, and
the interminable splashing iff the rain
rose the strums or this humorous old j
song, with 1111 occasional "skirl" of the
reeds as n party of Scots merry-makers
rode into "Waiakeu Maukn" last Satur
day evening. The reason for this inva
sion of a quiet, modest nnd orderly camp
by these "waterproof" sons orthe heatli-er-land,
was due to the fiict that one iff the
clan, hnving fallen n victim to that spirit
of "Lovesomeness" which haunts the
average man ut the nge or twenty-five
hid, in sheer desperation, tnken unto
himself a wife.
"Geordie Wilson," inosfugile or Scot
tish dancers, and hero or n hundred con
tests in the athletic nrenn, had suc
cumbed to the supple graces or woman
hood, the witching glamour of n pur or
dark e)es, the soft Hush of rose tinted
cheeks, and the mellowest voice that ever
crooned "Cuddle doou."
A few or his friends and compitriots in
Hilo determined to celebrate the event
by a genuine surprise pirty, nnd the re
suit was nn evening or unspeakable pleas
ure to all concerned, an evening or
song und .sentiment, prose and poetr) ,
interspersed with the vigorous stens.
At the close or the festivites. W. C.
I Cook, on behalf of the self invited guests
presented to the bride and groom a verj
, handsome dinner stt of 100 pieces and n
jiit-iij unit- piece, smtani) engraved, as
11 memento of the occasion.
Among those present were: Mr. and I
Mrs. Geo. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Gibb, .Mr. mid Mrs. Chas. Smith. Dav.
Hutchart, Jas. Henderson, John Fraser,
Alex Fraser, J. Ilr)uut, W. C. Cook, Win ,
Forbes. Robert Rumsay, A. Cruickshanks, I
J. 15nglish, A. Valentine 1
Box Calf Tod
C,D,E and EE Widths
Very Serviceable and
These are the days when
Can be easiest found at . . .
The RESTAURANT serves the best meals,
cither a la carte or table d'hote.
The BUFFET is stocked for the winter and
is read)' for your requisitions.
DROP IN 11 ivrilDfillC !-
- u. lavunuuj, iiuji.
and It ,s hoptd thtre will be a large at- uml ., the ,sl ,, of Jbj
ttuiauce The occasion ,s one of fart-UW1I 1)c lllllawfl, l() clrcu,ate i8
vvel to Rev and Mrs Nash who leave any silver certificates heretofore issued by
Mill, HI till. Ill ill filfltr. ...
Hilo 111 the utar futuri
I the Government of Hawaii.
The Territorial Treasury is prepared to
xSSr v- "lul
tUI5A I.ODGI5 NO. v.
A. M. There will be 11 ,
mteting or the above
lodge Saturday evening, Nov. !
IOOT. at -7!?,, 1, ,11 W.irt. lit T.rt
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iimctiii mi siiver coins anil tertilicatts ut-gree. hojourning and visiting brethren I
I filliiT ilin i-i ,ir ilir.i...i, ,1... i.'..., vt.. I are cunli.illv-invili-il.
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tnt. ULU RELIABLE ' ti"l Hank or Honolulu. !
E. N. HOLMES
A. N. KI5POIKAI,
Treasurer Territory or Hawaii.
Ily order or the W. M.
THOS. C. RIDGWAV,
7HRE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Oulgolnir Kiiiuii 1,1st.
J. A. Scott, C. C. Kennedy, J. T. Moir,
W. Pullar, K. S. Gerdrum, S. P. Scales,
D. II. Murdock. II. W. Mist, Hon. Kea
I11WB.1, Mrs. J. Tosh and sou, Miss Iilleu
ITodd, A. I.idgalennd wire, A. A. llray
mt-r, F. M. Iltchtel. C. II. Ciiuii, Robert
Hall, Miss Hall, Palmer Wood and wire,
Geo. Wake, T. S. Kay, C. II. Fowler, II.
I,. Herbert, R. A. Churdon, A. T. Miles,
A. R. Hatfield, W. I.. Stanlev. Dr. (Wit. I am loc.it, 1 nn Slitnm-m sin.i.t Imll.l. I
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Kt-near, R. A. Jordan, W. C. Weedon, tug formerly occupied by II. I,. Jouts.
R Anderson, S. R. Jordan.
St. .limit's' Mission. ' ,
I Sunday next before Advent, 7:30 n. in.,
j Holy F.ueharist; 11 a.m., Matins mid
j Sermon; 7:30 p.m., IJvensoiig mid Sermon.
Has just opened a new line of
TAJJLE DAMASKS und
J50VS KNEE PANTS
AT POPULAR PRfCES
Cull and see me,
E. N. HOLMES
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