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Tint wuhkly HH.0 TianuNii. hilo, irAWAir. Friday, okckmbrr ,, iooj
1)C $Uo vUutm
1'IUDAY, DKCF.MBKR 4, 1903.
Knteitil nt the t'oxtoflice at Kilo, Ha
wall, as iccond'Clas mailer
i'lMlM.HIINn KVKHV I'RIHAV.
I.. W. HAWOUTH - Bailor.
Tllli HILO MAILS.
, Investigation lias shown that
neither the Post office officials ut
! Honolulu not the Wilder S. S. Co.
were nt fault for the long delay in t
Tenders will be received liy 1. K.
Richards, A;ent of the Department "I
l'likllc Works, for moving the warehouse ,
.ii--.ivt.niK wie, iiiiiii wiih.ii v-uuie, uj , orth(. w,l(akl.a M, Coi on j,r()llt &treet,
the Ilelcne a fortnight ago. When dlstnnce of 21 feet tnmikn. Contractor
the big umil was dispatched by the 1 to move whnrf mid building nml put in as
CORRUPTION IN OFFICE.
1 Hclene there was every reason to
I expect she would beat the Mnuna
' T rr I'tliiifllltn T ! A linnnif
The indictment of Mehcula, Clerk lSlonn t5u(1 llt:r "P t Mahukona. In
of the last House of Represents ' sPile of t,le experience in this one
lives, charged with destroying case' II,ln wiU bc Phased to have
vouchers, and the miserable fateofns man' '"ails as possible sent by
a few other officials who were loose i "egular steamers.
in their official conduct, ought to be
a sufficient lesson to guarantee hon
esty in office in Hawaii for ten
years. The reason why the lesson
should be big with meaning is that
it proves that dishonesty in office
does not pay. Financially it has
proved a mighty poor investment
for the fellows who sought to secure
a rake off under their official
The only frame of mind in which
to take up a public office is to
do so with the clear under
standing with one's self that
the regular salary is the sole
financial reward sought and duties
well done are to constitute the
Maul Tidal Way.'.
A letter from II. Kuliiis of Itouo-ka-liaii,
Maui, to his fattier in this city,
speaks of the tidal wave nt that place this
week as follows:
"We had n tidal wave that did consid
erable damage. There was no wind and
not a cloud in the sky. I was at church
when the first wave came, about to o'clock
a.m. There were two others. The third
one was over thirty feel in height. It
washed our house o(T its foundations. A
number of us were on the beach and the
rush of water almost caught us."
Saw .Madam role.
The following were guests at the Vol
cano House over Sunday; Mr. and Mrs.
C. P. Hellion, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. llald-
j win, Mr. and Mrs. W. Von Gravenmeycr,
To get into public office Mrs. Dr. Klliot. Mr. Crow, W. H. I.am.
with the idea that it is to be a short !berl- u- Mo,1M Mr. Jinkln. Olaa; Mr.
1 nomas, Ulnii; li. V. Allonso, Jose G.
good condition as at present.
5.1 K. K, RICHARDS.
In accordance with Section I of Chap
ter XXIV of the laws of 1886:
All persons holding water privileges or
those paying water rates arc hereby noti
fied that the water rales for the term end
ing December 31, 1903, will be due and
payable at the office of the Itilo Water
Works on the 1st day of January, 1904.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will be sub
ject loan additional 10 per cent.
All privileges upon which rules remain
unpaid Pebruary 15, 1904. (thirty days j
after becoming delinquent), are liable to
suspension without further notice.
Rates are payable at the office of the 1
Water Works. '
W. VAJ5NATTA, j
Superintendent Hilo Water Works.
Hilo, December I, 1903. 5-5 '
"""" Tegal notices. """ '
United States of America )
Territory of Hawaii j'!,:,
In the Circuit Court of the Pourlh Circuit. ,
I At Chamiikks -In Pkouatr.
I In the matter of the estate of KAHOAKA
I IK.), 01 iiamaKua, deceased.
WALL, NICHOLS GO. ltd.
And wlmt he lists scut to Hawaii is the absorbing subject as it
ncars Christmas time. This year he has stored heaps of
toys in the Wall, Nichols Co's room on Bridge street
route to fortune, will develop the
fact that it is a short route to prison
and disgrace and poverty. The
public can stand these petty pilfer-
ings much better than the pilferers I
The Detition and accounts of the Ad-
Serrao, N. Hernandez, John Vierra, Win. ' ministrator of the estate of said deceased
Fernandez. , having been filed wherein he asks that
. j his accounts be examined and approved,
' and that a lmal order be made ot distri-
A TANGLED BUNCH.
I tuition of the properly remaining in his
hands to the pcons thereto entitled;
I that the heirs of said estate may be ascer-
, taiued and declaied, and discharging him
er responsibility as such Ad-
The fact that Ililo's only public
park is a switchyard for a railroad,
sheds no departing lustre on our
vanishing system of centralized
government nor upon the adminis
tration which stepped out of power
October 31. Hilo wants all the
railroad necessary to her rapid de
velopment and she wants parks to
augment the natural beauties of her
situation. As these are handed out
from government offices in Hono
lulu it perhaps is not strange that
our parks and railroads should come
to us in a tangled bunch.
It is to be sincerely hoped that
the heads of departments under
Governor Carter may prove them
selves more than a board of alder
men for Honolulu. If they do not,
it is time that certain people cease
questioning the fitness of the Ha-1
waiian to vote. Let us find haoles 1
competent to do the business of the I
Territory first. It will then be
more appropriate to whip lash the
The championship match in singles at
tennis wos determined last Thanksgiving 1
evening with Prouty u winner against j f further
unpji wun a score as ioiiows: iiapal
Prouty, 6-4, 4-6, 46, S-6, 4.6. The game It is ordered that Tuesday, the nth
was witnessed by many spectators and 1 lay of January, 1904, at 10 o'clock 11. in.,
was hotly contested for about three fc!Sl1!,iI SS "
I hours. ' ,.,,.. is iiminiiilt-il n the time and tilace
-- forbearing said petition and accounts,
An Art Calendar, and that all persons interested may then
and mere appear aim snow cause, 11 any
Theo. H. Davies & Co. are distributing they have, why the prayer of the petition
nn office calendar which takes the palm ( should not be granted,
for artistic attractiveness and utility. It j Hilo, Ilawnli, December a, 1903
carries a copyright picture in colors, a 1 I,y l le uaNIIJi, PORTRR, Clerk,
reproduction oi the famous painting by IjjHi.ond & SMITH,
Sherrin, "Ofi Old Caledonia." The pic
ture will wear, and the cab iidur will find
a place oil the wall the ear 'round.
St. .lames' .Mission.
Second Sunday in Advent, 7:30 a. 111.,
Holy Kucharist; 11 a. m., Holy Kucharist.
No evening service.
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Of all sixes and kinds, includ
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,honses,
Books, tree ornaments, and so
many other things that yon
just must come and see for
main store yon will
Including onr nev 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
Anns, Hawaiian view paper.
Of all kinds.
WALL, NICHOLS GO. m
Check No. 2S drawn by Hilo Klcctric
Light Company on First Rank of Hilo,
Ltd., Jan 15, 1903, in favor of Mrs. P. W.
Horner, for amount of $5. Payment of
N. C. WIM.PONG,
' Treasurer II. 13. I. Co., Ltd.
Hilo, Nov. 21, 1903. 4-3
WITHOUT A PARALLEL.
Hilo papers arc making faces at
each other under the head of the
parallel column department with
Carter the bone of contention. Ac
cording to all indications Carter's
administration promises to be with
out a parallel in Hawaiian politics ;
and must necessarily be dealt with
as its develops. The man who has
no parallel to which he can refer
back lacks the chief asset of public
Onk result of the definite and
positive methods of Governor Carter
will be to bring to the attention of
the President and Congress the
defects in Hawaii's system. The
natural outcome will be the elimi
nation of a great deal that has
hitherto obstructed progress and
made it wellnigh impossible for any
Territorial administration to succeed.
COH PAN Y
''pHE DUTIES of the holiday
-- season are so numerous that
ever' housewife has enough to
do without stewing in a kitcheu
showing the Oriental cook how
to make pies . . . Wc furnish to
order the finest Christmas Pas
tries, Cakes, Pies and Special
Confections at reasonable prices
GIVE US A CALL
Thkkk is ground for hope that
with the laws of Hawaii in the,
hands of Roosevelt, Carter and
Senator Mitchell, some of the lost
motion will be shaken out of the
That, the County bill may sur
vive Congress and its opponents in
Hawaii is the hope of 999 out of 1
every 1000 people on this Island.
Thk fruit growers of California
and the cane growers of Hawaii
should erect a monument to Unto-1
mologist Koebele. '
Shnatqk Mitciiki.i. has intro
duced his bills. He has proved that
he will carry out his word to the
TIMES ARE HARD
XX. This year and you want to spend your money "ZZ
XZ. for something uselul as well as ornamental. ZZ
XZ. Gel vour husband a ZZ
g SHAVING OUTFIT 3
- Including one of our extra fine razors. Some- 3
g thing fnuu our assortment of ;
E PRIZE-WINNING CUTLERY 2
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r POCKET KNIVES AND SCISSORS 2
We carry a line of 3
S FRENCH CARVING SETS ZZ
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P. G. REAMER
We are offering for the coming Holidays excellent lines of
the following mentioned articles:
TORTOISE SHELL COMBS
HAIR PINS AND HAIR ORNAMENTS
RHINE STONE COMBS
In Amber and Shell Color.
IMITATION SHELL COMBS
Almost equal to the real ai tide.
With Carved Ivory, Pearl and Shell Han
dles, and with both Kent her and Silk
Centers, from $1.50 to $15.00 each.
AIGRETTES AND BUTTERFLIES
For the hair just a few very choice
things in this line. Marabout Feathers,
Drawn Work Table Covers, Doylies, Nap
kins, Dress Floiincings, etc., on Grass
Linen -all done by hand. Silk Screens
and Panels, Lacquer Ware in Raised
Work, Kgg Shell China, Cloisonne and
Satsuma Vases, Cloisonne Buckles, Bronze
SOME VERY CHOICE
Pieces of Tiffany, Bohemian and Austrian
Glass Vases, all of superior quality and
Embroidered and Drawn Work Slocks of
the newest styles and at reasonable prices.
STAMPED AND LITHOGRAPHED
Pillow Covers and Rope Silk, Cords and
Ribbon for working ami trimming them.
And Fancy Ribbons for bags.
A NEW IDEA
LINEN EMBROIDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS And Colored Border Handkerchiefs for
Fancy Work, in Original Designs.
Suitable for ladies and gentlemen.
Single dress lengths of Silk and Wool
A New Lot of
TRIMMING LACES, ETC.
FOR THE GENTLEMEN
ve have an unusually complete line of
Neckwear, Dress and Negligee Shirts,
Pajamas, Panama Hats, Stetson Hals, Silk
Single Suit Lengths in some Very Choice
Our stock of these goods is well known.
We can y only the best and guarantee the
L. TURNER CO. Ltd.