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THK WKKKLY HILO TRIMUNB, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, DECUMBER tfl, 1903.
A FI.0UKISIIIM1 I.OIMIi:,
Three-eighths Hile, free for all,
One-half Mile, Japanese Race, -One
Mile, free for all, and Hilo
One and One-Half Miles, free for
One - half Mile, Pony Race (12
hands and under),
One-half Mile, Mule Race, -One-half
Mile, Japanese Race, -Three
Hiles, Relay Race,
CONDITIONS Three to cuter, three to stiirt ; entry fee
10 cr cent, of purse , 35 per cent, of purse to second horse.
Unities close at 6 o'clock 1. M. at the Volcano Stables Oflice,
Hilo, MONDAY, DliCUMilUR jS, 1903; scratches dose at 12
M. TUUSDAY, DUCUMHUR 29, 1903, at same place. Stall
rent will he charged to winners only.
J. t. noiR,
C. E. WRIGHT,
A. M. WILSON,
These are the days when
Can be easiest found at . . .
The RESTAURANT serves the best meals,
either a la carte or table d'hote.
The BUFFET is stocked for the winter and
is read' for your requisitions.
prop 1N D. LYCURGUS, Prop.
I am locatul on Shtpiu.iu street, 111 build
ing formerly occupied by It. I.. Junes,
Call and see me,
The Old Reliable .Stand is
Uiunrs houed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
TO HUM" KUII1II.
Attornc) Charles Clark llus Mission
Honolulu, II. T., December 9.
Atnonjr the passengers lor ihe
Coast in the China was Clinrlo
Clark, who was here some years
ago as a practicing attorney and
who, after a prolonged stay on the
mainland, returned to Honolulu
some1 months since on account of
the ill health of his wife.
Mr. Clark, previous to his first
trip to the Islands, spent a great
part of his time in Washington in
connection with the work of New
Jersey Republican Senators and
Representatives. He likewise rep
resented the Pennsylvania railway
in so far as New Jersey interests
were concerned. l?or five years
consecutively, Mr. Clark labored in
Washington and became acquainted
organization and who signed the I there with the powerful
were: Warren Goodalc, the various sections of the country
It is on this occount that, when
llrlcf History of Klluucn Lodgr
mill A. M. .No. :i:i().
Kilauen Lodge No. 330, 1. and
I A. M., has passed another mile
stone in its career and faces the
new year in an exceptionally flour-
I ishing condition. The lodge started
I with fourteen charter members and
I now has a membership of 102.
' On the evening of December 3,
! 1896, a meeting of Master Masons
was held at the residence of Brother
1 W. W. Goodale, at l'apaikott, when
it was resolved to petition the Grand
Lodge of California for a dispensa
tion to establish a Lodge here. On
December 5, the second meeting
was held at the same place, when a
petition to the Grand Lodge was
drawn and the name "Kilauea"
Lodge selected. The brethren who
were active in the preliminary
Robert B. Williams, Klmer K. Rich- It is on this occount that,
ards, O. B. Braddick, Lewis lf. I here last, he was consulted by men
Turner, Win. W. Goodale, Harold auxiotn for the welfare of the
V. Pattciii Robert More, William 'country and after several confer
S. Bohm, John II. Maby, A. I ences, it was seen that he had a
Linder, Philip Peck and J. C. Pope ) firm hold 011 the situation. There
Howatt. On February 22, 1897, were more conferences and it was
the third mcetiue was held again at
the same place, and the dispensa
tion presented, dated February 4,
1897,. and on February 27, this
Lodge held its first meeting under
dispensation, with the following as
its first officers: Robert More, W.
M.; R. B. Williams, S. W.; K. E.
Richards, J. W.; A. F. Linder,
Treasurer; L. F. Turner, Secretary;
H. V. Patlen, S. D.; J. T. Moir, j.
D.; Win. W. Goodale, Marshal
and Wm. S. Bohn as Tyler. Frc-
finally decided that Mr. Clark, in
furtherance of such views as those
expressed by the Builders & Trad
ers' Exchange in their memorial to
Congress praying for the expendi
ture in the Territory of certain
stipulated amounts, should be sent
on to do what he could.
In accordance with this decision,
Mr. Clark left in the China and is
probably now in New York. His
instructions were to go straight to
Prince Kuliio, Hawaii's Delegate
quent meetings were held from that to Congress and tender him his ser
date until the expiration of the dis-1 vices, to be used in whatsoever ca
pensation on October j, 1897, dur- pacity the prince might see fit,
ing which time fourteen Master ' every bit of the work done by Mr.
Masons were added to our rolls.
On September 11, 1897, a petition
for a charter was sent on to the
Grand Lodge, and a charter was
granted on October 15, 1897, to
Robt. More as Master, R. B. Wil
liams as Senior Warden, E. E.
Richards as Junior Warden, and to
their brethren to open a Lodge to
be known as "Kilauea Lodge, No.
330." On February 18, 1898,
Kilauea Lodge. No. 330, was con
stituted and dedicated under the
auspices of Andrew Brown, Deputy
Grand Master, assisted by Joseph
M. Little as Senior Grand Warden,
and Kenneth R. G. Wallace, Junior
Grand Warden and Grand Secre
tary, and the following were elected
Clark to be within the control of
the Delegate himself. Mr. Clark
took with him letters to the Prince
explaining thirmission and showing
the bearer to be not only at the ab
solute disposal of the Delegate, but
to be within the control of no local
Interested in the project arc some
of the members of the Builders' &
Traders' Exchange, one of. whom
spoke as follows this morning:
"The Builders & Traders' petition
shows that the Federal Government
gets $1,084,889.57 income out of
this country every year, this being
over and above all expenses. It
seemed to us that this country is
not in any condition to make such
cvrnoi.ic Ciiuitcu, inunc.K stkkkt.
Sundays Holy Mass at 7, gaud 10:30
At 7 a in. Portuguese sermon.
At 9 a. 111. IvuglUh sermon.
At 10:30 a. 111. Hawaiian sermon.
At 7 p. 111., Rosary, Portuguese sermon
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 .1. in.
l'.very Sunday afternoon Knglish in
struction for boys and gills at llrother's
and Sister's schools respectively, from 2
to 3 p. 111.
O.iy or night the Catholic clergy will
attend totliuw.iulbof the faithful.
Trtulc Unions Meetings.
FKDKRATION NO. 1 I and 3 Monday
FUDKRATION NO. 22 and 4 Monday
I.A1IOR COl'NCII, 1 and 3 Friday each
CARl'KNTI'RS 2 and A 1'riday each
11ACKMICN and THAMSTHRS 1 and 3
Thursday each month.
1'AINTKRS and Dl-CORATORS 2 and
4 T hursdav each month.
I.ONOSHORHMICN 2 and 4 Wednesday
President Hilo Trades and Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 2, 1003.
as its first regular officers: Robert ' a contribution without the return of
More, W. M.; R. B. Williams, S. J some of the tuonev. It was with
W.; E. E. Richards, J. W.; W. W. ' this idea in mind that a petition
Goodale, Treasurer; H. C. Austin, was formulated and sent to the Del
Secretary; E. Thrum, S. D.; James egate for presentation to Congress,
Webster, J. D.; S. S. Peck, Marsh- asking for the expenditure of cer
al; L.T.Grant, Chaplain; A. C. tain specified sums. While these
Steel and J. H. Bole, Stewards; and ! may not be the exact amounts re
W. S. Bohm, Tyler. .quired, still they are approximate
Kilauea Lodge now holds $1440 and could easily be changed whan
of the stock of the Masonic Hall the bill for the appropriations is 1
Association, Ltd. This association brought in. ,
now holds a lot situate on Waia-1 "Mr. Clark goes forth with all I
nuenuc street in Hilo with a front-1 the information necessary and I be-1
j age of 135 feet and a depth of 319 Heve he would be a real help to Ha-
feet. The lot is now fully paid for I waii, on account of his experience, I
at a cost of less than $6,000, and were he to be accepted by the Dele
there is over $1000 in the hands of gate." I
the treasurer. A building to cost' Mr. Clark was up in Hilo some
about $12,000 is contemplated. The ' weeks qgo and at that titno made a j
Lodge is taking up each month a ' close inspection of the site of the I
few shares at $10 per share and it proposed breakwater, familiarizing .
is the hope that the bretlucu
will subscribe for the stock, so that
the building may be under way
by this time next year. The need
for more extensive quarters is be
coming more apparent every day.
The Lodge room will accomodate
about fifty, and the membership is
over one hundred.
The following officers were elected
at the meeting of December 5:
Frank Arthur Medcalf, Master;
Thomas Caldwell Ridgway, Senior
Warden; William Thomas Balding,
Junior Warden; Adam Lindsay,
Treasurer; George Henry Vicars,
Secretary. Trustees John Troup
Moir, Elmer Ellsworth Richards,
Lorrin Andrews Andrews.
Tokio, Dec. 10. M. PavlofT, the
Russian envoy, and the Russian
Admiral in command of the squad
ron at Chemulpo, have had an
audience with the emperor of Korea
at Seoul in which they are reported
to have renewed the Russian protest
against the opening of Yongauipho
as a treaty port.
himself with all the particulars in
order to be able to speak convin
cingly in Washington.
be on exhibition inside of a week
This year my line of
Fine Cut Glass
will be superior to any ever shown in
Hilo ... In buying I have selected desira
ble and artistic pieces only.
It is uunesessary to remind the public
that my holiday stock of
Jewelry and Watches
will be equal to any shown in the Islands.
I can satisf' the highest critics.
For elegant holiday gopds call on
J. D. Kennedy
Front Street, Hilo
TIMES ARE HARD
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POCKET KNIVES AND SCISSORS
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P. G. BEAMER
D W. T. McflANUS
Has facilities at his 1 tables
He will break and
Stables on Pleasant Street