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TUB WBRKLV HIEO TRintlNTIl, UttO, HAWAII, PRIDAY, UJlCflMflBR
O. II. Gere Is a p monger In IlonoliiUl
The Teachers' Association meets today
at the Union School.
J. W. Mason left l the Kinau foi llo.
noliiln on ii business trip.
W S. Terry is on the other side of the
island on coiree business.
C. 15. Wright went to Kau Tuesday on
Volcano Stables business.
Captain J. II. Douglas went up to sec
the volcano vestcrdav morning.
The Onuiucn Sugar Co. has a new
store nuil vvArchotisc nt l'.tpaikou.
C. I.. Clement returned Wednesday
from u business trip to Honolulu.
A. Chalmers returned by the Kinau
from a business trip to Honolulu.
II. Witraiu has accepted n position as
bookkeccper at the I'ajm lloa store.
V. II. C. Campbell returned Wcdnes.
day from a business trip to Honolulu.
Mr. Makckau, member of the Uoird of
Supervisors elect, leaves by the Kinau to-
It.ULKOAII AMI I'AltK.
Nil) I In- Knit ns Cut on Hit' lnrk
"How does it come, Mr. Lambert th.it
I your brunch track to the Portuguese mill
I runs smack through HIIo'r new city
i park?" This cpury was put to Superin
tendent Lambert of the Hilo Rillroad
concerning the latest extension of that
Iroid, uhich cuts off an end of the area
setap.ni In the last legislature for a park
Mr Lmu'M rt will. vou do not put the
. case right The pirk was placed on both
sides of our railroad. The line to the
I Portuguese mill uhich uc are now con
structing was approved by the Superin
i tendent of Public Works and the Kxecu
tie Council in Honolulu lulv 8. 1002.
Our water front line was npprocd at the
same time. The park was established by
Die above tiucsiion was nromtiled bv
1 many similar queries which have been
I heard on the streets in Hilo since the ex
! tension of the road throuuh the Dark
THUS (,'. Mi'l'IIKItSON.
I 1 IJ03
iioiisns ion m:u y hails
n, r, r r in i .. , IKS were up laic oaiuruay n g lit
Dr. Curtis of Olan will bring Merrils, , .., , . ...
w , , . , , .. .. siwn beautiful phenomeiii in theheavens.
Fore to track for training for the New 1 ., .,,,,, . ,
Year races At 12 o'clock, a blazing meteor pissed
I "lowly over the city leaving u trail of
The Teachers' Heading Circle gave an ! spafk, j,, ils ,,aU, llllti, it ,Us.,ppeared in
interesting program at the meeting Tues-1 tjle distance over the bay.
day evening. - .. .
Dr. Holland was in from Puna Mon-
day to testify in a criminal case in the '
Circuit Court. (
James A. Low of Aiea bis been granted I
11 patent on .1 unclnne lor conveying and '
loading cine. '
Mrs. Tom Hollinger of Jlonoltilu is in
the city and will spend a mouth at the
Reporter "Ar'nt you next, Lake?"
Reporter "When will it hippen?"
L'ike "In the Spring.''
Aired Scotchman Meets llnilli Suit
ili'tily It) 11 hill.
Thos. C. Mcl'hcrsou, the only iiouogcn
ariau in Hilo came to his death suddenly
last Tuesday at Ills home on Volcano
street. The old gentleman was piloting
his cottage and fell from the ladder on
which lie was standing, to the ground.
The shock was more than he could stand
and he breathed his last shcrtly after be
ing picked up. The 1'uneral was held
Widnesilay from llrown residence ad
joining the cottage where the old man
had spent his last v ears. Rev. Mr. HiiMiste
made a short funeral address.
McPherson was one of the iiuaint and
lovable characters of Hilo. His varied
life, in many lands made his mind a
storehouse of reminiscence. Horn at In-
verness Scotland about 1812, he came ol
the sturdiest Scotch ancestry and carried
inviolate through his long life the highest
sense of honor and sterling honesty. He
served in the Crimean war. He was a
sailor before the mast mill became a cap
tain. He spent about forty years of his
life in the Hawaiian Islands and onetime
was Captain of the schooner I'aunic
which plied between Honolulu and Sail
Francisco. He was also a contractor and
mechanic at one time.
For the past seven v cars he has been
with J. I). Kennedy the Jeweller, work
ing in various capacities. He left a will,
naming C. C. Kennedy as executor.
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock the band
will give a concert at the new wharf.
Kverybotly is invited to be present.
The Niihatl will leave Hilo Friday
morning and will carry freight to Puna
luu, Honuapo and other Iiland points.
Captain Fetter has received assurance
that the question of building an armory
at Hilo will be settled within it lew days.
J. U. Smith and Dr. Schocniug re
turned Wednesday from a successful
hunting trip in the uplands of Manna
The Rev. S. II. Morgan will hold divine
service in Keaatt school house next Sun
day afternoon at 4 o'clock, weather per
mitting. W. G. Walker of Ookala sent in his
well known racer, Time Center, this
week to be trained for the races New
A. J., v.. Atkinson has been recom
mended by the Republican Territorial
Committee for the position of Secretary
of the Territory.
J. E. Rodgers has completed the job of
painting the new whart sheds and will go
to Honolulu today to superintend a con
tract at that place.
The Hilo band gave an excellent con
cert Tuesday evening at the Hotel
grounds 111 recognition of the Indepen
dence day of Portugal.
G. M. Ilatchelder, chemist for the Ki
hala Sugar Co , has been 111 the city lor
the past week. Mr. Ilatchelder came 10
town on horseback, making a record rule.
Rev. Mr. Shields is not coming on the
Enterprise as stated in the Herald, but is
uu.iaru me Santiago wnicli is ilue any
day, having sailed from San I'r.uieisu)
seventeen davs ago.
A number ol the County officials elect
have been in the city the past few dajs
coufeiring on County business which wi 1
come up for consideration the first mouth
under the County law.
Passengers for the Volcano this week
by the Kinau were: Dr. R. TKchel, W.
C. Denis Jr., Miss Mayer. Miss L II.
Tunis, II. A. Jucm, F. S. Ilaru.ird and
wife and C. II. Merriam.
Mrs. W.J. Stone will open a millinery
store Monday in the rooms under the
telephone office. She will show a fine
line of trimmed hats in the latest styles.
Monday is opening day.
The Pride of Kentuckj , satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition
Test is b;taste hihI you will bt con
vinced that it has no rival
..Tom Hollinger with his good horse,
Aggravation, is expected at the Hilo
races New Year's Day.
R. N. Morgan of New Orleans, is unk
ing a tour of the Islands in the interest
of an implement house. While on Ha
waii he took occasion to visit his old
friend Win. McQuaid at Olaa.
J. A. Matthew man and wife returned
to Honolulu toduy. As prosecuting at
torney at the present term of the Fourth
Circuit Court. Mr. .Matthew man has
made a large number of friends and ad
mirers. Dr. J. J. Grace, Chr. Castcudyk and
J. 15. Metcalf returned the first of the
week from atrip to Mokuaweowco. From
their discriptiou the force of the eruption
has not abated in the least but is rather
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51.tr
ir you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. rrompuiellvery.
P. C. lleamer again advertises goods
useful as well as ornamental.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
New goods opened at McDonald's
Haberdasherv, see his advertisement on
Keel) vour rlntlu-s iti sliim. .., ..f
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
The L. Turner Co., Ltd.; has .111 im
mense line or goods tint will please this
The Hilo Ilakery would like to do vour
holiday baking. Your holidavs will he
more comfortable to let them do it.
Plows that will plow anyway and uuv-
where vou want them to plow are pic
lured m Hackfeld's advertisement in the
The Hilo Candy Co. is an institution
that should not be forgotten during holi-
days. It makes fine fresh caudles 011
Holders of keys to the Red Hox in the
window or the Economic Shoe Co. may
try tlitm at any time commencing on
Saturdav, 12th lust.
L. (.hong of Pahala, the
Defender I onieslo II I to llinlni; Keen
Sold lo 11 Compiiiij.
Defender is coming to town Defender
is the snappy little black that was beavilj
backed at the Fourth ofjuly races against
Rejected. His owner, Mr. Cm ty of Pa
paaloa h is parted with him lo a comptny
of Hilo gentlemen who will train him for
all he is worth for the New Year races
The Hilo bill is composed of Messrs.
O'Rourkc. Riley, Holmes, Wright, Ens
ton and Moses. It is said they ptid $500
for the celebrated runner Defender has
a fine record 011 the II iv District track.
and for a long time held the record 011
the Fresno track.
There are a number of horses at the
track nt Hool til 11 Park training for the
coming races. .Mr. O'Rourkc is looking
after Dixie Land. Carter Ifnrrlami n,l
Rejected. He says Dixie went a mile
one day this week two seconds better
thnii his Hilo track record. Rejected 1
never was so good as he is today, nnd j
Cartel Harrison is working well.
A side purse or $500 has been made up '
for Carter Harrison, Dixie Land and 1
Racine Murphy and nny others that will
come in. It is not known whether Ra
cine Murphy will go against these other
two or not.
Five Japanese have already come in
with their horses and this branch of the
New Year races promises to be livlier
than ever before.
Mr. Ilrughclli has dispensed with till'
trainers and is working his little sorrel.
Philip, himself. Philip never looked
better than at the present.
The program for the New Year race
meet is published elsewhere, together ,
with the conditions aud purses. I
IILKS IIKill Jl.NKS. '
NEW GOODS AT HAND
Men's Bath Robes
$-l.oo to $S.oo cadi.
Art Leather Belts
for men and women.
A fine assortment of
Art Leather Purses
A fine collection of
from $2.50 to $7 each.
Some extra good quality
The Premier Haberdashery
m. f. Mcdonald, hilo
but 11 Luke Continues lo Increase In
Sl.e mill Action.
The activity nt the Kilauea crater is on
the increase, Large numbers or visitors
are at the Volcano house and they all re
port n magnificent sight in Halemaumau.
The Hilo people who prefer to stay at
home have been ravored with splendid
views of Mauna l.oa this week. Makua
weoweo is doing herself proud. hnvini
been continuously active for two mouths.
rne lava lake in the bottom or Hale
maumau is now 300 by 12.1 feet in size
and is not more than 650 feet from the
surface. The lake is kept in commotion
by one fountain, which works steadily.
At times a second fountain plays.
Manager llidgood has iust made new
... ... , .. . . eiiti, who oilllreareil
cusuii-iiicius oi uie circumiereiicc of .,,..,, . ., ,. " 1 r 1 rT ,
Halemaumau. He finds that it mvl lla,"lll,"'! ! K. Hichards and Good Style
ui.uuinmi'cri' nun iiaioratui respec
Ki ruing Spent Illi Sonir aiitl Story MEN'S WAX
nuiMiursis. I CALF BLUCHERS
The social session or "lliifh Hub'' ,
the Klks hall last Saturday evening was I "0X Clh" Top
one of the most pleasant stag affairs vet ' Goodyear Welt
given by the order. There was u first I Dmihln finlnc
class program of speech and song. A I KWrnrM Tool
mock trial before the Supreijie Court pnn 'pn
brought out a great uimiv startlinif farts. Z. M PC .
1 The bench was occupied bv H. S. Over- 1 - iJi ant HE Widths
end, who outrreared l're.ir. aud on his I VCl'V Serviceable and
measures 4391 feet, whereas a vear ai-o it
, was only a little more than 3000. This
increase in size is caused by a fiilling in
or the walls. The debris in the bottom,
with the present outpouring or lava, has
filled up a space or about aoo feet. The
weather at the Volcano House vesterday
was bright and clear. There will proba
bly be an excursion at popular rates Sat-unlay.
The engagement of A. H. Jackson and
Miss litta Loebensteiu is atinouim-il.
The wedding will probably take place in
Jiuy ami an extensive trip on the Main
land isa parlor the plans. Miss Loeben.
stein is a Hilo girl and a popular favorite
in social circles. A. II. Jackson is the
popular and prosperous insurance man
The engagement of .Miss Anna Crow
and Mr. W. S. McLean is also an
nounced. Miss Crow is 11 sister of Mrs.
I'red Ilreymaii, mid has resided in Hilo
but a few months, during which time she
has captivated everyone with her charm
ing personality. .Mr. McLean has charge
of the cigar department of the Hilo Mer
cantile Co., and has friends in cverv vil
lage nml hamlet 111 Hawaii. This wed
ding is slated fur about the last or Feb
ruary at any rate it will be one or Hilo's
Chinese on Hawaii, was in the city Sun
day. He had recently returned rrom a
Kliimi I'nssouger List.
W. II. C. Campbell, N. A. .icker, R.
H. Scholu, Win. Mann, A. Chalmers.
1 C.ipt. J. II. Douglas, Mrs. T. Susumaco
wealthiest,',11,l child, Mrs. J. V. de l'ecitiolu and
lively. The fact that W. C. Cooke should
lnve been a lawyer Instead of a sugar
plantation magnate was also proved. 1
The F,lk's (ittirtcttc, composed of
Messrs. Ilowland, Jackson, I'routy and
Cook, sang and was encored reneatedlv.
Mr. Johnson sanj; inimitably, and Cam ,
eron of l'epeekeo and Lindsay or Hilo 1
gave au exhibition dance which captured '
the house. A large number or spectators I
were present by invitation. II. S. Over
end was director gemtral or the cere
monies. t l'a)s nnd Inspects Comimii). 1
J. II. Douglas, Captain Artillery Corps
from Honolulu came up by the Kinau to
pay oh" the members or Company D. In- '
spection was held at the hall and Captain
Douglas was greatly pleased with the
men. The Allowing is a short extract
from his rsport. The men are soldierly
in appearance and well set up. Arms anil
equipment 111 excellent condition. Uni-
lorms clean ami neat. There is great
need of a proper drill hall and armory
for this company as new equipment will
probably be received in the near future
J. II. DOUOLAS,
Opt. Artilery Corps.
J. W. Mason, G. II. Gere, J. A. Mat-
lliewinan ami wife, K. N. Morgan, Opt
J. It. Douglas, Dr. K. I'ischel, 1'. S. Iiarn
ard mid wife, Hon. Makckau, Albert Nu.
vvaui and wife, D. I'nllar and wife, M
Matsuda, K. Takita, K. Matsuda.
Mil 9$KiwHSr -,y-
These are the clays when
Can be easiest found at . . .
ciiiiii, airs. M. Ii. Taylor, 3 children and
mam; u. o. Corner, II. I. Lvons. C. L.
Tlr f T....1...I I
er. Miss L. II.
Tunis, II. A. Jueni, V. S. Ilamard ami
wife, C. II. Merriam.
business trip to Honolulu and was 011 lus Clctuetit, K. Kealawaa, I)i
way back to Pahala. Chong is known to 1 w- c- Uenis, Jr., Miss Mey
. ...l. .... . . . T it
cveij uni- who passes ins way and is a
gentleman wherever jou find him.
IT Wii.i. Not Do to fool with a bad
cold. No one can tell what the etui will To Dolliiiiuriit 'lVnnnK.
oe. l'liuumouia. catarrh, chmnln drn,,. 1 Atir..,.ii; ..,.. . .
chitis and consumption invariably result ! the Waiakea Mill Company are hereby
"" (,".... - s iiieiiecinc nouiieii mat unless arrears for rent are
for the cure of colds, coughs and in- paid bv December -jt mm n...
flueiua, nothing can compare with will be placed in the hands of ,. enll..Pi,,r
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It al-1 with instructions to take summary pro
wavs cures and cures otiicklv. The Hilo .ceedim.s. K,.,n. r .1.,.. ... .....
. - I o ".....iv, nu,, jmj'iiuie ill llie
""K iore sens 11. ollice of the Waiakea Mill Cnmn.mv .
, . I Waiakea. C. C. KI-NNHDV,
Hoard ol'Educaitioii Xolice
An examinatioii Tor teacher's primary
certificates will be held in Hilo 011 the
29th and 30U1 or Jan., 1904.
C. W. 1IALDWIN, J
4-2 Normal Inspector Third Circuit.
The RESTAURANT serves the best meals,
cither a la carte or table d'hote.
The BUFFET is stocked for the winter and
is ready for your requisitions.
D. LYCURGUS, Prop.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Vouug pack mules, and a limited num.
I ber or pure bred Holstein, Hereford mid
Durham bulls. I'irst come, first served.
, Address, Horner's Kaiich, at 1'aailo. 4.5
r PATRONIZE 2
No need to begin worrying about Ninas
presents. Save jour time, temper and
, money 'and come to Hakalau Store.
Iletter than ever, particulars later.
George Hyde, formerly with the Port
Costa lumber Company is expected in nr.
' rive by the Enterprise to accept the posi- AND BUY YOUR 3
twin of manager of the H.lo Mercantile Pliniomnn OnnrCnn 3
Co's. lumber vard. Mrs. Hjde will come B UllPISimaS U B H Q 1 6 S S
ltn. t ft. it - " "
i.i. ..ir. iijue is an experienced lum
ber man. W. II. Little, whose place Mr.
Hyde takes, leaves by the Kosecrans for
Oaklnml where he will reside in the
future, leaving behind in Ililn a host of
vxlZ. vVJ lO.
iff . VLT-
$20 Belt for s. B
"Dr.Alden's Llectrlc Belt."
VVarrfttiti.t ..... i.u ..... a
Wholesale or Retail, from a 3
Home Factory 3;
K MAKH 3
Cocoanut Caramols 3
Fronch Kissos rr
Molasses Chow 3i
Peanut Brittle z;
E. N. HOLMES
Has just opened a new line of
Tl AM MOCKS and
TABLE DAMASKS and
KO V'S KNEE PANTS
AT POPULAR PRICES
7HERE1S NO SUBSTITUTE
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without drupi cin ulin fr
Utnt by uuHon relit ol J5.
Tfv iia,-ii-. . . T
E. N. HOLMES
r'lEUrVi- V'''- "UJ ""
mil iiin airm, NtWYORK, N Y.
jr Pop Corn Crisp
g Hilo Candy Co. 3
Z. Front Street j