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T"R WKKTaV ITTLO TRTTWNR, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, DRCRMniiR .8, .90,.
SIMtKOKKLS' II.VI.I, TOMUIIT. A SMITH IIA.M(I)KT. AMATKUK OKCIIhSTKA.
The Kinau brought tlic Hongkong
Maru foreign mail.
Lan.l Commissioner l'nit' arrived by
the Kinau Wednesday.
L. A. Andrews returned Wednesday
from n trip to Honolulu.
The Kuclirc Club of Olaa will give a
datire on New Year's Kve.
1'. L. Weaver, Judge under the Tortens
Land Act arrived by tlic Kinau.
David l'ullnr and wife returned bj the
Klnau Wednesday from Honolulu.
The 1902 Club will give au apron tring
and necktie dance at Serrao' hall New
The Road Hoard calls for the prompt
presentation of all billi; read notice in
11. da Catimra Pr , local agent of the
St. Antonio benefit Society, leaves today
The services at Waiakea Mission next
Sunday evening will be conducted by
Rev. S. I,. Desha.
The Killarney Quartette goes to l'uua
Saturday to give n concert for the benefit
of the Puna Church.
A large congregation greeted Rev. Cur
tis 1$. Shields at the First Foreign Church
last Sunday morning.
Installation of new officers of Kilauea
Lodge will occur at Ma-ouic ball, Satur
day evening. January i.
Joe Soares and ex-Porto Riran interpre
ter Johnson, left last Pridty evening in a
gasoline launch fur Mit'ukotin.
E. N. Holmes has an announcement in
today of interest to Christinas shoppers in
search of the proper things for presents.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Lindsay arrived in the
city by the Kinau and will visit some
time at the home of their son Adam Lind
say in this city.
Preston Mitchell Gill, formerly a resi
dent of Hilo, ' will be married to
Carolyn Louise Kitchin at Redlands,
Cal., this mouth.
The Hilo baud gave a concert last
night at the Hotel grounds. The increase
in attendance is a marked tribute to the
growing excellence of Carvalho's musi
cians. The Christmas entertainment to be
given by the Foreign Church Sunday
School will occur in the church Tuesday
evening next week beginning at 7 o'clock
The executive committee of the Cotil
lion Club met Wednesday evening and
decided to give a shirt waist dance at
Sprcckcls' hall, Monday evening, Decern
J. U.Smith and P. Peck gotollono
lulu today to mingle with the Shriucrs
011 the hot sands at Waikiki. 1J. D. Itald
win is already iu Honolulu and being eli
gible w ill iu all probability be roped in
1 lie next issue of hide Light , com
prising the November and December
numbers, will be a double one and will
contain ns the feature story, the Hawaiian
version of the creation and be illustrated
with half tones frcm very old prints.
The Moiwahiue called at Hilo Wednes
day for u shipment of 2,400 bags of sand
for Paauilo plantation. This sand, which
is the best 011 the island for mason work,
is obtainable only at the mouth of the
Wailuku river, where it accumulates after
The Christmas exercises at the Chinese
Church will be held Wednesday even
ing, December 23, at 7 o'clock. The ex
ercises will be under the direction of Mrs.
Walsh and will consist of a cantata repre
senting all the seasons. The children
have been rehearsing for some time and
promise the friends of this work a splen
Capt. W. C, Warland of the Amy
Turner is at the home of I. K. Ray, ill
Willi pneumonia. Shortly after leaving
San Francisco the Captain was taken sick
and grew worse all the way down. When
the Amy Turner arrived in Hilo Sunday
Captain Warland was transferred to the
home of his daughter, Mrs. Rav, where
he is getting along nicely.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection
It is fearless of competition
Test is by"laste and ou will In con
vinced that it has no rival
Ilniullful I'luy Untitled Tin; Miser's , Coiiuiy AllomryKlrrl lliili't'lnlim
Mill" 1 1) llllo Children. Me in hers or the liar.
' The first dress rehearsal of "The Miser's In the heat of the campaign this fall,
Mill" was given Wednesday night. The (J. U. Smith and W. II. Smith, rival
performance of the troupes of children 1 candidates for election to the office of
was such as will guarantee the people of I County Attorney, came together in the
Hilo one of the prettiest bits of juvenile (truly rural districts and hail a talk over
...., i,K i .i'm.Ntn iiiii, tuiiiKiii ciu j 1111; uuumiK. ill mis l.irueiliar nine lacil
seen an vw here. The play Is skilfully ar- candidate had the blues and was far from
ranged and the dramatic situations j sanguine of success. liach recognized
through. .nt ire attaimd with artistic sue- ,111c dejected state of mind of the other,
cess. T.u scenery especially made for I Kaeh felt moved to do the generous thing
the occasion augments the realism of the ' to his rival. ICach Smith said to the
play. All who go to Sprcckcls' hall will I other smith, if you are defeated 1 will
marvel at the readiness with which the provide a dinner for yourself and friends,
children have caught the spirit of the The pleasure of providing the dinner fell
tui-n- Ami tin. Turf llmt n itintt m-IM, t tin T IT C.,1,1, 11. ......., ......1 l.
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talent of W. C. Cook, will take the part j Tuesday evening at the bachelors' club,
of the miser makes the success of the pro- and a successful candidate never makes
ductiou all the more certain.
The play was written by Mrs Hayes.
Original music composed by Airs. Lewis
brings out the wicrd scene of the gnomes'
to perfection. Mrs. A. G. Curtis has been
tireless iu drilling the little actors nud
actresses. As u result, all who buy tick
ets to the show will get more than their
tlic path of a defeated rival more to
bloom and blossom than was done on this
The dining table was extended through
the arch connecting the two main rooms
of the club house. The good things
spread upon the table are specifically set
lorin hi the toiiowing menu
rWct-llftiil llllo Musical Oiguiilxnlloii
lx Well .Marled.
About two weeks ago an Amateur
Orchestra was orgonled in Hilo, which
with the growth of interest shown iu the
meanwhile promises to be a very wel
come innovation to the best musicians in
the city. The orchestra Is not nrimniji-d
, for hire or parade, it is formed for the
mutual benefit of the members. Proficiinl
I musicians only, belong. Rehcar-nls are
held at Spreckels ball Frid.iv turnings.
The orchestra is composed us follows.
Mrs. Lewis, Director. Paul llartels, Con-,
cert Master; Mrs. Moses, C. N. Prouly,
j first violins; Miss Lyman. Miss Peck.
Messrs. Ragsdale and Geo. IIap.il, second I
violins; Carl S. Smith, violoncello; Keith '
Mackie clarinet, J. Carvalbo, flute; Jules I
Carvalho, cornet; A James, trimbone. I
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moneys worth besides helping the worthy j Bachelors Club Cocktail (Hucore), Caviar
xi ,.r ill,. itni.i...i ..
cause of the Hilo kindergartens
1 he program is as follows:
1'imsoN.s or nut m.av.
Herr Knicker, an old miser.. .W. C. Cook
Hans his grand- j Irwin Scott
Grctel f children K. Weslervelt
First Gnome Max Tmcv
Second Gnome .John Kennedy
I ui'as fairies
f Alice Mumhv
Christina Gertrude Willfong
Mignon Florence Shipman
Ilettina Hazel Spencer
Lotta Amy Williams
PriU George Green
Karl Jack Guard
Jack Guard, Raymond Lucas, Thornton
Lyman, Jack Parsons, Ralph Richards,
George Carter, Arthur Yierra, George
Creme de Tomato
Piniolas salade Salted Almonds
Peeled Whole Potatoes
naked Mullet, Oy.tcr Sauce
Frogs Hind Legs o la Wise Cauliflower
Mauna Kea Quail a la J. U. Smith
Potatoes Stuffed Peppers
THE NEWEST THINGS
As usual I have an assortment
of Four -in -Hand Ties that will
compire with city stores.
C5c and 75c Each
RKAIJ Till? LIST:
CRAVATS AND TIKS
U.MHRUU S, HATS
MKN'S CI O THING '
HOYS' CU THING
HI.ACK SA: H1JS
HATH ROUilS, PAJAMAS
DRKSS SUI'. CASKS
CARD -CASES, PURSES
When you find prices as
low as mine you will find the
quality away below.
The Premier Haberdashery
m. f. Mcdonald, hilo
KJccled From (Jour I Room.
Alfred Auilrade Da Matlos, an elderly I
Portuguese who has been iu heavy liliga- j
lion for the past year or two both iu
Hilo and Honolulu Courts, caused quite
a scene iu Court here last Monday. . He
had some grievance and was at the Court i
bouse early to demand what he wanted '
at the opening of Court. Ilefore llniliirj
Silva had called the court room to order, i
Da Maltos was on bis fi-pt. Iliuiniml it...u,..i. ...1.1. .
, .. . . . . , ' !...-.. .Uli wi jour personal appearance mavbe more than you think. A
forth o torrent of words mid accompanied wcll-shod foot marks the well-dressed man or woman.
the out pour with wonderful gesticula- j When you can wear best style and quality
hums. juuki- i.uiie men several ma
neuvres to cpiicl the old man and Ilalliir FOR
Silva vainly tried to frown him down. It
was finally necessary to eject the disturber j
from the Court room, a task that was ' You should not fail to see our
none very nicely ny auva.
A .New Attorney.
Geo. If Williams, for
yeais connected Willi the tat assessors
office has been admitted to the practice
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n number of Slll,,u1i """ '" insme is as smooth us
III,. IllltCtlf ,
Come and see them.
F.lectiou Day Cocktail (IlleL'an
Illanche Canario Cafe Noir ' Ice Cream Fruits i
Nuts and Raisins Lady Fingers
Creme de Menthe La Marylinda Cigars
Ilesides the guest of honor, W.H.Smih, j
the following gentlemen were at the
r?n..cic n t? iirt-f..s t & tin.-
Gertrude Turner, Annie Lindsay, Irene I M. Le lllond, Carl S. Smith, Homer L.
Maby, Ruth Stacker. Robbie Rice, Rod- , Ross, Geo. N. Day, J. II. Howland, Dr.
eriek Pearson, lli'rlwrl ll..r,t l.'in,..,,,. . .. '
Hreyman, Lyle Holmes. jc?, Moses, J ' WnC ,S' ' W- Mnrs1'' l" Whitc
Carol McKenuey llose. '' W. Haworth. R. R. Ilerg, II
. T I nt-1. A ir T1... if i! xl-i.i.
Green, Harold Weight
T;': riz, vx ' economic shoe co., iu. hilo
Little last i ie-,iy. Mr. Williams was" -
examined - m His knowledge of the law Not if0 '
by a committee from the Hilo bar con-' HUllUt.
ticiln.f nf r r ri,i.. ... it t ,. , I I
h j- "- --"-"i.v , ii, i. iss nun
J. T. Drown. Mr Williams passed an"
excellent t-x.i in t n:i tioti.
D.ate: Christmas Kve, "once upon a time"
Musical Director Mrs. J. T. Lewis.
Stage Director Mrs. A. G. Curtis.
Committee on Costumes and Stage
Properties-Mrs. Guard, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs.
Ilerg, .Mrs. Loebcnstein, Mrs. Hayes.
In the suit at equity brought by llenton
& Ariole vs Whitehouse & Ilawxhuri-t
for nn accounting, Judge Little this week
ordered nn accounting, appointing Thos.
C. Ridgway master.
The committee iu charge of the ar
rangements for the Hilo Hums Club con
cert are busy at work. The date of the
concert has been fixed for January 23rd,
when it iu expected the best musical
talent iu Hilo and Honolulu will be rep
resented, and the entertainment will
eclipse au thing yet attempted by these
ardent admirers of Scotland's Hard.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51. tf
Read the list in McDonald's advertise
meut on this page.
If you want to drink mire soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
Keel) vnnr rlnllu-s in .li.,,i C.i .r
six wire hangers with rod for 90c Moses
Call and see the latest imnrovemeut in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo. Hawaii.
Another lot of those famous George
Lawrence saddles just arrived at L. K.
Pearsons'; prices from 35 to $50.
L. Turner Co. have received some fine
linen lawns for handkerchiefs, etc., and
a large assortment of white dimity.
The Hilo Hakery would like to do vour
holiday baking. Vour holidays will be
more comfortable to let them do it.
W. T. McMnnus is the only man iu '
Hilo who makes a specialty of breaking I
and training horses. He has had years
of experience 111 this line and knows his
business perfectly. He has added to his
Pleasant street stables a clipping machine
and does dental work.
T. Lake, A. II. Jackson, 1J. F. Nichols,
Nearly every member of the Hilo bar ,
was present and everything said and done
was therefore strictly legal. ,
When justice had been done to the
elaborate fare, toasts were the order. W.
H. Smith talked to "The President of the
United States." C. F. Parsons responded
to "The Governor of Hawaii." J. U.
Smith, the host of the evening, talked on 1
"County Government." II L. Ross iu a
talk on "Politics" pledged the bar of Hilo
to support and assist the first County '
Attorney of the County of Fast Hawaii,!
in bringing order out of chaos, if such
assistance and support should at any time ,
be necessary. Carl Smith made a grace- j
ful response to the toast "The liar of
Hilo." W. S. Wise told reminiscences
of the campaign. R. R. Herg, of the
Wilder S. S. Co., told of the difficulties
and obstacles iu the way, which prevented
him from giving annual passes to nil pre-!
sent over the Wilder lines. Ux Captain '
Lake, representing the old regime iu '
Hilo talked pathetically of the past and
added a couple of delightful personal rem-,
iuisceuces of his life in San Francisco
slid Aruona. L. M. Whitehouse, formerly
of Hilo, now of Honolulu, regaled the I
company with clever stories of life iu the '
metropolis of Hawaii. The after dinner
festivites were closed with music by
Messrs. A. II. Jackson and Hastings 1
To Delinquent Tenants.
All persons delinquent in their rents to
the Wniakca Mill Company are hereby
notified that unless arrears for rent are
paid by December 31, 1903, the accounts
To .nsnre payment, nil bills against the
Hilo Road Hoard must be presented on or
before December 31, 1903.
JOHN A. SCOTT,
KILAUKA LODGF. NO. 330,
and A. M. There will be a
special meeting of the above
lodge Saturday cveninc. Dec.
... . .... , , . V"J i 7;J p-ni. "OIK 111 nrst
Chairman Hilo Road Hoard, 'degree. SoioiirniiiL'and visitim. brethren
lire eoriiiauy invited.
Departing by K limit .
George Ross, wife and two children
will be placed in the hands of a collector T" l' s,,,Iiva" "" wife, Miss Williams,
with instructions to take summary pro-1 A" ,,lms A- Rabeuau, Mrs. G. W.
ceedings. Rents are now payable at the ' l'aiy' Mi"s C lelinianii, Miss Alice Hor
officeof the Wniokea Mill Company at I "".' -- .1' Thurston, p. 1 j; ,..
Waiakea. " . C. C. KF.NNF.Dv 1:
Manager. 1 Picker, II. M. Whitney, Jr.
Hy order of the W. M.
THOS. C. RIDGWAY,
Honolulu Prinio beer fresh from the
kegnt Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Moses & Raymond have n few choice
pieces of statuary fine for Christmas
Xot .Ipse C. Scrmo. I
In the real estate transactions published I
III the JIoiiolulu papers last week, tbr.-.-
deals appeared to wit: J. G. Serrao to
M. C. Serrao, deed; two assignments of
mortgage, J. M. Kuuki and L. Theresa,
from J. G. Serrao to K. Da Silva. Mr
Jose G. Serrao the wholesale liquor mer
chant of Hilo, desires the statement made
that he is not the "J. G. Serrao" figuring
iu the above transactions.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Park to be Clear. '
V V,. Richards, local representative of j
the Land Divisiou of the Public Workb De
partinent, baid to the Tkiiiuni? yesterday j
1 that the statement that some buildings I
will be left standing 011 the Park reserve
after January 1st is erroneous. All build
lugs must come down January 1, A. D. ,
1904, or they will be removed by the gov- j
E. N. HOLMES
just orae, urn and vakild linb suitaiilu tor holiday sifts, this line coiiraisus:
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
The Killarney Quartette will make n
, tour of Hamakua during holiday week.
Concerts will be given at I.aupahoehoe
Monday evening, December 28; at Pa-
auilo Tuesday evening, 29; nt Honokaa
Wednesday evening. 30th; at Kukuihaele
' Thursday evening, 31st. On New Year's
1 day the quartette hopes to give a concert
at Waipio. At each place these concerts
will be given for the benefit -ofJihts local
IT Wii.i. Not Do to fool with a bad
cold. No one can tell what the end will
be. Pneumonia, catarrh, chronic bron-
chilis and consumption invariably result
from a neglected cold. As it uieilecine
I for the cure of colds, coughs and in-
;flueiua, nothing can compare with
j Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It al-
I ways cures and cures quickly. The Hilo
I Drug Store sells It.
Silver Mounted Toilet Sets
Silver Crumb Trays
Silver Shaving Sets
Child's Knife and Fork Sets
Handsome Chairs and Rockers
Child's Tron Beds
Hall Trees, Etc.
v Chafing Dishes
Fancy Berry Dishes
And oilier things too numerous to
E. N. HOLMES