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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWftll, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 07, 1903.
:jl' . .1;.' imm ' - ,. . . ''
frozen Ifcistcrn ovsteis lltlo Merean
J. T. Moir returned by the Kinaii Wed
nesday. Weber piano for sale, lit Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
Mrs. Tosh and son turived by the
Mrs. A. I.. Robertson arrived by tltc
Win. l'ullnr returned from llonolnln
by tlie Kinuu Wednesday.
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. l'rompi delivery.
C. 1'. l'.irsous came home from Hono
lulu Wednesdiy by the Kinait.
J. U. Smith 6tarts today on a hunting
trip on the slopes of Maitua Kcu.
Nice corn-fed Thanksgiving turkeys,
fat and juicj llilo Mercantile Co.
New Knglaud mince meat, like mother
used to make, tit llilo Mercantile Co.
Dr. W. II. Schooling leaves by the
Kinnu today to be none a week or two.
C. P.. Wright and Dr. f.lliot rclurtud
Tuesday from a trip around the Island.
A. II. Lochcustciu returned by the
Kinnu from a business trip to Honolulu.
J. W. Mason came home by the Kinaii
Wednesday from n business trip to Hono
lulu. Kimakoa, one of Mousarrat's volcano
guides, died of fever at Kapapala Inst
fresh crisp celery, just the thing for
yourTlianksgiving dinner llilo Mercan
Honolulu l'rimo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for n
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
1''. II. McStocker and wife return this
week from Honolulu, where they have
been visiting for some time.
Call and see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, llilo, Hawaii.
S. W. Abraham of I'uua is circulating
a petition nsking the Territory to build
a road from Knlapaua to Pahoa.
Mcheula, cletk of the House of Repre
sentatives turned over to the federal
Grand Jury last Friday, the "missing
Mrs. Hayes has abandoned the produc
tion of the Christmas play for which she
lias been training the children, owing to
J. A. Scott and C. C. Kennedy returned
Wednesday from Honolulu, where they
attended the meeting of the Planters'
Rev. Mr. Hill will occupy the pulpit at
the first Foreign Church next Sunday
morning. There will be no service in
W. S. Wise has been commissioned by
Judge Gear of Honolulu to take testimony
of Mrs. J. S. Reed of this city to be used in
the K. M. Jcnt'S murder case.
No need to begin worrying about Ninas
presents. Save your time, temper and
money and come to Hakalau Store.
Helter than ever, particulars later.
1 The case of Chew Nitu vs. Pilipo Kit
limine, trespass, in the Circuit Court, was
decided in faor of the plaintiff, the jury
awarding damages in the amount ol $25.
Rev. mid Mrs. Nash will leave by the
Kinnu today and stop in Honolulu for a
short time and then sail for the mainland
via Vnncouver for their home in Alameda.
A I.AMK Siioui.IJI'.K is usually caused
by rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by the use of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. This liuitieul is un equaled
as a southing lotion. One application
gives relief. Try it. The llilo Drug
Store sells it.
Aug. Corrca, 11 driver of one of Thco.
II. Davies iS: Co.'s drays narrowly cs
ciped injury in a runaway at Waiakca
bridge .Monday. He had fallen beneath
the wagon and was bejng dragged by the
lines. Captain Lake caught the team be
fore damage was done
k 1 lain: a activi:.
Till: (JUIl.l) FAIR.
Tun Volciinos In I'lciy Activity on Ladles Score H1k Financial
lliivvull. ut Sale.
Hawaii's two volcano are playing n
Sin-cess 1 Closi'
of K'l'v. Mr .NhhIi'm 1'iisloralc
ill First foreign Church.
The farewell reception at the foreign
Church Tuesday evening in honor of the
retiring I'astor, Rev. f. I,. Nashoud Mrs.
Nash was an emphatic testimonial ol the
secure nlaee Mr. and .Mrs. Nash hold in
The fair and Sale of fancy Goods at
duel. Kil.iuca broke out Tuesday night I the hotel Inst Friday evening by the
and is running a counter attraction to 1 Ladies' Guild wasa success in every parti
faithful Mokuaweowco at the summit of cular and reflected credit oil the manage
Manna I.o.i. Wednesday night the vol , liieul and all who assisted. The unmet
ciino at the toj of the mountain burned jous articles for sale including the colony the affections of their congregation mid
steaitm ami gloriously all iilgut sending 01 dolls were tllsplnyeil In tlie Hotel parlor tlie people of llilo. Mr. mid Mrs. Nnsh
up a stt i.ijlit column n! fire and illutni-where ninny spectators nnd shoppers I came to llilo n little more thnu n venr
tinted sm.iki Hatemaumau in the Ki-1 crowded about the tables the entire even-1 ngo nnd leave by the Kinnu for California
lauea crater was also lirtlltant. A lake I lug. J lie Hilo ImiiiI on the lawn outside, where they will make their future home
has fi ruied in the bottom ol the crater discoursed excellent music mid many
nnd the inrushitig Hood of l.iva can be 1 companies sat on the hotel Iannis nnd
heard quite a distance from the edge of ; oil the cottage porches until the concert
the crater. Above the red hot cracks ' was over.
which are one of the marvels of the Ki-1 The proceeds of the sate were about
lnuea crater, can be heard the swish of '$225, n sum considerably in excess of the
rushing lavu beneath. The whole not til-1 amount anticipated by tlie ladies in
em section of the bed of Kilauea slums 11 I charge. The success of the affair wns
rising temperature. due wholly to the zeal and taste with
Tlie above state of things was tele- which each lady did her part in the
phoned to the TkiiiONK yesterday by work. The whole is mi excellent show
Mnuuger llidgood of the Volcano House. 1 lug for the Guild which has been in ex
He says the lava is breaking into Unit- istence but little more thnn three months,
tiinumnii from beneath 11 ledge in the The meetings of the Guild have been held
Men's Worsted Trousers
All sixes, starting at 30 waist up to 42.
Tlie new stock just
at hand contains
ally neat patterns
southern corner. A lake of large propor
tions has already been formed and the
, illumination is an interesting sight even
' from the Volcano House.
Pretty Wedding Sunday Kv cuing at
J. K. Roch.i and Mary Carvalho were
married last Sunday evening at 8 o'clock
it the home of the brides parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joaquin Carvalho in Villa
franca. The ceremony was performed
by father Oliver in tlie presence of relu
ttves and a few close friends of the con
tracting pirties. J. P. I.iuo of Olan was
best man and Miss Olytnpin Osorio brides
maid. Miss Gloria Miguel and Miss
Carrie Cordeiro carried the (lowers. The
bride and groom entered the parlor while
Mrs. Peterson played Wagner's Wedding
Mr. nnd Mrs. Rocha went at once to
their home in Villa Franca which had
been newly built and newly furnished
The congratulations of a wide
friends go with them.
regularly during this time nt the home of
its President, Mrs. C. A. Slobie.
At the fair Mrs. Stein mid Mrs. Green
had charge of the fnncy work tnble. The
dolls were sold by Misses Crow and
I.ocbcnstciu and Mrs. Holland. The
colony of aristocratic Lilliputians was
the center of mi admiring crowd all even
ing nud ui.iuy compliments were spoken
for Mrs. Hayes, Mrs. Holland, Mrs. Shaw
and the other ladies who were the sar
torial artists in the midget show.
Mrs. Nakupitahi. Miss Akau mid Miss
Williams had charge of the ilowcr table
and dispensed beautiful bouquets mid
i Miss Mercy Akau had charge of the
j table of Hawaiian fancy articles.
I Mrs. fetter and Dale served refresh
Mrs. Lockington and Mrs. Tom Cook
I had charge of a "fish Pond" which
afforded much amusement
1 Mrs. llrayman mid Mrs. Henry Ly
1 man sold rights to vote to all com
ers. The ballot was to tlecide who
The reception Tuesday evening was i
held in the parlors of the church. Mr.
and Mrs. .Nash with airs. Scott, Mrs. I
Kennedy, Mrs. Terry, Mr. I!. N. '
Holmes and Mr. Severance as reception j
committee, stood near the center of
tlie room mid received the guests as they
arrived. Tlie parlors were soon over
flowing nud the main auditorium was
half filled. When all had arrived Mr.
Holmes announced the numbers of one
of the best musical programs yet heard '
in the church. Mrs. J. T. Lew is presided I
at the piano during the evening. The ,
first number was a solo by Mr. Prouty ,
entitled "The fairest Angel," which was I
rendered in his usual excellent manner,
eliciting n hearty encore to which he re
sponded. This was followed by a solo,
"farewell Mnrguerite" sung by Mrs
II. L. Ross. The song was appropriate
and an encore brought n ready response.
"The Wind Mill." by Tuckorman, a bass
solo, was a piece thnt suited Hilo's most
popular basso, .Mr. Hastings Howlaml,
and the audience refused to releuse linn
until it had had its second piece. Mrs.
Lewis rendered the "Second Organ Con- '
certo" with splendid effect. "I feel Thy
Angel Spirit," was sung by Mrs. Ilartels
and Mr. Prouty. Mrs. Kartells surnassctl
herself in this piece. The duet called
forth a most hearty encore. "Wee Mac- -
Gregor," a piece of Scotch dialect was MjjJJnJ'S WAX
rendered by Mrs. Ulnck and was followed p a t t? tit TTf.TTT-r o
by a humorous recitation in response to Vlvl "''Us-, Ml, Kb
an encore. Aharcarolle Neviu) mi in
strumental solo was rendered by Miss
Potter iii conclusion.
Nearly all on the program had been
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
Box Calf Top
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by"taste and ou will In urn
viuced that it has no rival
Vim nine on llmviill.
I). L. Van Dine, of the IT. S. Agricul
tural fxperimeut Station, at Honolulu is
making a trip through the Koluila, Ha
makua and Koua districts of this Island
for a general survey of conditions exist
ing there in matters pertaining to experi
ment station work. He will look partic
ularly into the coiTee plantations in the
Kona district. .Mr. Van Dine expects to
be there three weeks.
' i was tin tnnst nntinliir vniiiir, It.ilt. 1. il... 1 r..:.i.r..i t ... . ... . I T.T. . T .
circle of .- lunii.iii iiii-inircia ui me roreigu (.nurcu ".ui i ts, iu i-,ui
Tenuis Club. The result was an over-j choir during the pastorate of Mr. Nash Cap Toe '
whelming vote for Miss f.mtna Rose, and the program was especially ainiro- O T1 T? I TfrMw.'j.i..
When the sale began to lag late in the priate on this farewell occasion. v' q ' . , . ml"-s
evening, I. IJ. Ray stepped upon the, At the close of the program Mr. Holmes CI-' CmCCable U1(1
auction block mid made great inroads
upon the remnants by his persuasive
XKW WORDS, OLD .UK.
Fnrpm'll Words From Mr. nud Mrs.
Nnsh to llilo Friends.
- Outgoing- Kinnu List.
W. II. C. Campbell, Mrs. C. S. Hollo
way and maid, Francis Drown, Miss Lillie
Dunn, G. R. Grey. M. M. Johnson, C.
Kaiser. Rev. Desha, Mrs. (5. C. Desha,
Rev. f . L. Nash and wife.
Must Pay Income.
In a test case, the North Carolina Su
prenie Court decided iu October that a
United States District Judge must pay tlie
income tax on his salary.
the close of the program Mr. Holmes
made a few remarks introducing Miss
Josephine Deyo. Miss Deyo's was the
pleasant task of presenting to Mr. and
Mi's. Nash a fine Hawaiian mat and a
"magic" basket. Miss Deyo said no
doubt in their California home Mr. and
Mrs. Nash would establish tin Hawaiian
corner. The little "magic" basket was
guaranteed to possessqualities that would
Dhar TuiBUNHJ-WiU you kindly al- h, . .'" .4"'-"' woum
low us, through the columns of vour ?aMc .U illt cnl"asl -Pa cloth,
" MHC A...I ...n.s A.m....... rIn.. .!
j uu.) n,u mala cuciuil, x-IUM'r SCIlUlliy
revealed the fact that the basket contained
too iu gold.
The responses by Mr. and Mrs. Nash
disclosed their regrets upon leaving the
Paradise of the Pacific and Hilo. Mr.
paper, to express our love and gratitude
to our many friends in Hilo and vicinity
by the following lines, which can be sung i
to our favorite tune ' Aloha Oe:"
PRANK L. NASH,
MATTIIJ G. NASH.
Sweet laud of summer and of bloom,
fair pearl of the Western Sea,
Wheie breathes the lotus (lower's perfume,
farewell a sad farewell to thee.
"- - j Chorus.
The American-Hawaiiau freighter farewell to thee, farewell to thee;
Texan, with 58,884 bags of sugar, made fnchanted land where Helen pleasures
the voyage from Tacoiua via Straits of I dwell:
Magellan to Philadelphia iu fifty days. 'One sigh, one tear of sorrow ere I go,
It is a journey of 14,000 miles and was ! One song of sad farewell,
made without a stop, the longest run Afar from tllC(. bhulI lm.m.ri(.s rise
ever attempted by a steamer. , of wav, ,, ,, . , .
. ... - 1 -
hwiimukai victor, one ol the most pros.
perous Ilawaiians of Hilo, died nt his
home Wednesday of last week at the age
of 67. The funeral, which was largely
attended, was held Thursday from the
Catholic Church. The deceased leaves a
large family, all well provided for.
A delightful afternoon tea was given
last f riday at the home of Mrs. J. A.
Scott 111 honor of .Mrs. P. L. Nash. A
large company of ladies were present mid '
tlie afternoon was one of enjoyable socia- '
bility. At 5 o'clock refreshments were '
served. Miss Potter rendered a number
ol pieces on tlie piano which were appre
ciated by all.
f . M. Hechtel of the Honolulu immi
grant station was 011 Hawaii last week
for tlie purpose of gathering data regard
ing alien inmates of penal, reformatory
tud charitable institutions. This iufor
Of stars that beam iu Southern skies,
Of gales whose breath is healing balm.
When beams for me the .summer sun
I it some far laud across the sea,
Sweet visions through my dreams shall
Sweet memories, sweet memories of thee.
llilo, Hawaii, November, 1903.
IX CIRCUIT AUKT.
Nash mentioned with feeling the ties that
had been formed during their brief so
journ here, nud he knew that time nor
distance could not sever them.
Mrs. Nash said that in tlie old poem
the voyager would drink to the health of
those behind during the first half of his
voyage; during tlie latter half he would
remember in his toasts those whom he
should meet at the journey's end. She
added, our voyage will be a long one be
fore we cease to remember our llilo
friends, She upoke not only of the peo
ple, but told how they would miss the
gruceful cocoauut palm leaning toward
the sea; how they would miss the music
of the surf iu its ceaseless war with the
lava shores. She told very prettily how
the pictures of Hawaiian landscape should
1 never fade from memory, and best of all
.the friendships with the people here .
' which should never perish.
While congratulations were exchanged '
on all sides the ladies with several assis
tants were serving the entire company
These are the clays when
Can be easiest found at . . .
Arniliriiment nud Pleas Taken on
(irund Jury Iiidiclmuuls.
The case 011 trial 111 the Circuit Court '
Tuesday and Wednesday was that of the I
! Territory vs, Aiuona, indicted for assault
upon a girl under ten years of age. At
torney Mutthewuiati representing the
prosecution; Lellloud & Smith for de-1
feiidaut. Tlie examination of witnesses
Young pack mules, mid a limited num
ber of pure bred Holsteiu, Hereford mid
Durham bulls, first come, 'first served.
Address, Horner's Ranch, at Paailo. 4-5 I
Uounl ol' Education Notice
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.
D. LYCURGUS, Prop.
mation is wanted by the Department of Iied Tuesday and Wednesday. The
Commerce af Washington, mid tlie work
n Hawaii is only part of an investigation
covering the whole Tinted States.
jurj 111 ine case was: Joint h. Km, Jr., , An examination for teacher's tirinmrv
A. Wilhelm. W. 1. Stone. 1 i-iTtiflmd-u will I,.. I1..1.1 1., ii;i .... .1...
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Silver, W. K. An , 29th mid villi of Tan., iqoj.
C. W. 11ALDWIN,
E. N. HOLMES
THE OLD RELIABLE
Normal Inspector Third Circuit. ,
7HLRE1S ND SUBSTITUTE
August Iteti, H
J. L. Morris, Win
drews, F.J. Cook, II. W. f ilicke, f . C.
Daiigerfield, T. O. Mitchell and Chas.
The indictments found by the,grand
jury were as follows:
Lo Cheoon. assault with it deadly
weapon with intent to commit murder.
On arraignment defendant, by his attor
neys. Smith & Parsons, entered a plea of
Pablo lloniga, indicted for larceny iu I
the second degree, plead guilty, and wusl
sentenced to jail for ninety days.
Pedro llarg.i, indicted for assault with
a weapon obviously and imminently dan-1
gerous to life, pleaded guilty and got i
thirt days, !
Hericlio liable Moral., indicted for as-! A Kenl;rili ,llCL.tiug of all of the Unions
saultwith intent to commit murder, by ; is mM ,,, ))e ,lcM lrt 0llr lew ,, ,
his attorneys, Wise & Ross, entered a . ti,e Spreckels block, next Monday even-
plea of not guilty. Nov t ?.30 ,,, ,Ui mm of vj.
Naoue, indicted for assault witli intent lrt. importance to the Trades and Labor
. iu.....m .mu.icr, euiemi u piea 01 not Council are to come before the meeting.
A full attendance is requested.
Per order of the Incentive Committee.
Check No. 2S drawn by Hilo Kk'Ctric
Light Company 011 first Hank of Hilo,
Ltd., Juu 15, 1903, in favor of Mrs. P. W.
Horner, for amount of $. Payment of
N. C. WILLFO.N'G,
Treasurer II. !'. L. Co., Ltd.
Hilo, Nov. 21, 1903. .1-3
Has just opened a new line of
TABLE DAMASKS una
HOY'S KNEE PANTS
150 VS HOSE
AT 1'OIHJLAK PRICES
"Agricultural Possibilities of Hawaii"
is the title of a sixteen page pamphlet
I ibaucd lately by Jared O. Smith.
E. N. HOLMES