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Tim WKHKLY HILO TRIHUNH, HILO. HAWAII. Friday dkckmbbr
I'KIDAY, DKCKMBUR 25, 1903.
Filleted nt the Postoffice at Hllo, Ha
waii, as second-class mutter
flElli? -tfltlrt fltirihltm Tint test of the County lnw at
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uonoiuiu win determine wnctucr
the water works of that city belong ' CI,""'H wul1 K''i"r"l Hiullti
to the County or Territory. When UlirMiims i:iilirtnlnmiiil.
this is settled will the County law I The most successful Christmas enter
or merely a chapter or section of it . l,i"",cnl cvcr Kivm at Papaikou took
'be settled? ' lasii'riuay evening under the super-
I ' J vision of the teachers, Mr. McClusky.
m ,,.. . r... ... 1 Miss I.oebcnslcln and Miss Uwaliko. One
In churches ,u Hilo this year ,em, ofUle room was fiUc(, up wllh Bl0
have lived up to their fixed high nll,i curtain. Striking scenery had been
standard of Christmas entertain-1 designed mid painted by Miss P.MoHko
incuts. Christinns week is always niHl Miss I.ocbctistciu with the assistance
'n jolly one for children in Hilo. of pupils had decorated the room prettily
1 The curtain raised oil a snow-hulling
lllll.lSItlll) KVKKV I'KlliAY.
W. Haworth - - liuitot.
The piece of land inakai of Front
street set aside for a public park is
Vuev ,1.M !, ri.ri.t i.;.. ?., ' KK"K """ "'" snow imK;9' l'rociuceu
being rapidly denuded of buildinirs. ! ....,. . . . ', . artificially, added real Santa Claus
ii..i...fi, -r r .-. ...:t. 1.. .'-"IM'S tiHBiii a request mat WL.alllcr
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clear, and some idea of its value to
cruise to Hilo.
back to sit
the town of Hilo may be had if one
gently draws on the imagination for Dm you
the flowers and verdure, tropical Knocker on
plants and palms which must event-1 down ?
ually flourish here. The tract will ' - - . '
make a beautiful park. It will not i IHiiner ami Nt-tldlng.
only be beautiful in itself, but will ' Jolmy Kai Jr , was the host nt a very
be an ornament to the nrcttic.it town !"l'lsam mm,Br ni AKmm s -0"! 'P
in all Hawaii.
Tuesday evening. The occasion was a
ouiel advance celebration of tin u,-ili1itu
There has been noippropriation of the host which occured last night, the
made for the purpose of improving bride being MissAkamu. The ceremony
the area set aside for a nark. The I wa performed by Rev. S. I,. Desha. A
ground is of such a nature, fortti
The play was entitled "A Good
Honolulu 1 Time With Santn Claus." An admission .
wns charged netting n sum of overdo
which will be used in buying books for
the l'apaikou school library. The follow- '
ing is an outline of the play:
SCKNK I. !
It.NCOUNTItKINO SANTA CI.AUS. I
Introduction Ililo String Hand !
"Hurrah for the Christinas Time" !
"Christmas Chimes" I
"The Workshop Under the Ground"
"I'm 11 Jolly Old Hoy"
"Honor llright" J
Soloist Manuel Igu.icio
Tottie Sylvnna I.oui
nately that the cost of improving it
will be small. An excellent start
in this work can be made by volun
tary effort of the Hilo people.
- A fund, however, is needed in
; At the dinner Tuesday evening Johnny
j bade a formal farewell to bachelor friends
I and business associates. The guests that
surrounded the festal board were Messrs.
'C. 15. Wright, R T. Moses, Ilidgood, Mc
I LTftM-vio 1 u;in.. n . r ? v 1
the first place with which to engage 1 Ivlimili Kf,'i'.yman. w. H. Peer's. w"
the services'of a competent land- Rairsdalc. L'miumi. ciu.s. sbm,.,,,,. r
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fine new home on Church street awaited Saln Claus John I.oui?
Mr. and Mrs. Km. ! Music Hilo String Hand
CIIKISTMAS KVK AT IIOMlt.
scape architect to properly lay out
the grounds and devise a general
plan. With this for a guide, in the
hands of a public spirited superin
tendent, the work of carrying out
Mutiy, Geo. Akau,
Hapai and Clark.
C. Hapai, Archie
There will be a battle of the tenuis)
giants at the courts this afternoon. C. '
the architects plans, no doubt would ' N. l'routy ami George Hapai, the chain-
willingly be undertaken by volun-1 l)ions ,,r nil- will play against G. Hor
teers. Whether the park comes
under the management of the county
officials or under the department of
Public Works, nothing should hin
der the people from improving it if
they proceed along proper lines.
Its a long time to wait for another
legislature. In the meantime, trees
... , ... . . .
aim piaius ana grasses wouiti oe who go agaiust tuem
making strides of growth.
When the park was first agitated
in the Tkihunh, W. S. Wise advo
cated tree planting days, on which
the public would be invited to go to
the park and set out trees and trop
ical shrubbery. There is no doubt
that such an invitation would meet
with a gratifying response. It is
necessary, however, before turning
loose a lot of public spirited tree
planters in the park, to have it
properly laid out. Then the work
could proceed systematically and
under authoritative guidance. The
preliminary step in such a program
is the raising of a fund to pay the
landscape architect. It is possible
that the surveying fraternity, of
Hilo, which is numerous in mem
bers and distinguished alike for
competence and public spirit it is
possible that these gentlemen might
run the lines and levels on the pro
bono publico principle.
tier ami Albert Horner, the stiotiiicst
double from Hamakua. Those who wit
nessed the memorable go between l'routy'
and Hapai on the Hilo courts Thanks
giving day are confident that 110 skill or
endurance can take from them the palm
of victory today. On the other band the C. Stratemeyer. J. U. Smith, P. Peck, W.
rush style ol playing which hns won for ' H. Lambert, R. C. Doran, Mary Allan,
the Hamakua team its many victories is Miss F,. Akainu J. Alau. Okttbo, I),
said to be the hardest possible test of any Forbes, Mrs. R. Lrdloff and child, Mrs.
A. F. Kemway, H. C Hip. D. C. Lvman.
"The Star of Hethlcheni"
"Song of the Angels"
"Santa Clans' Song"
Music Hilo String Hand
A VISIT TO SANTA CI.AUS WORKSHOP.
"Little Workmen's Song"
"When Christmas Comes Again"
"When Moonlight Sleeps"
(Santa Kmpties His Sack.)
Dr. A. H. Clark. 12. I). H.ildwin. Geo.
L. Stillmau, Miss 15. Kopke, Miss L.
1 Meyers, Miss 15. Hink, Mrs. II. A. Cun
ningham, J. H. Scott and wife, J. H. Ha.
tulo, A. M. Heuschitd, R. II. Trent.
I Ililo .Shipping.
Dec. iSth. Am. S. S. Hnterprise, Voun.
gren master, eight passengers, nine
days from San Francisco with cargo
of general merchandise,
Dec. 23d, Am. bark Santiago, Anderson '
master, nine passengers, for San Sealed tenders will be received by the
Francisco, with a cargo of 20,073 Superintendentof Public Works at Hono
hides and skins, 4. Sou lbs. of coffee, j lulu until 12 in. of Monday, January 18.
and general merchandise f 2,433. 50. ,9-'' fr furnishing all labor and material
Total value of cargo, J4.470.17. , and constructing a 6-room teacher's cot-
1 tage at Hi uokaa, Hawaii.
'Frisco Famine. , i.lalls nml specincatiuus on file in office
A. G. Kullberg, assistant in Matson's I of the Kugiueer of the Department of
Hilo offices, returned by the Hnterprise Public Works, Honolulu, at the office of
WALL, NICHOLS CO. LI!
And what he has scut to Hawaii is the absorbing subject as it
nears Christinas time. This year he has stored heaps of
toys in the Wall, Nichols Co's room on Bridge street
Of all sizes and kinds, inclnd
i n g coasters, wheelbarrows,
For bo3'.s 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 you
come and see for
main store you will
Including our new Hawaiian,
and many Hawaiian novelties.
Purses, portfolios, tourist sets,
And picture frames, genuine
24 K gold plate photo frames,
circular ones hi gilt, gold and
Padded volumes, a full line of
dainty gift books, sets by
standard authors, latest fic
Including Hawaiian Coat ol
Arms, Hawaiian view paper.
Of all kinds.
WALL, NICHOLS CO. m
There is little doubt that the Re-
from 11 trip to Honolulu. Mr. Kullberg
state, that the latest strike news from the
metropolis of the Coast, was that all the
restaurants are 011 the verge of closing.
The cooks and waiters want as much pay
as congressmen, and restaurant proprie
tors, from the Poodle Dog down to the
5-cent hand out on the waterfront are
contemplating the inauguration of a fain
iue as a retaliatory measure.
K. or F. Election.
The Knights of Pythias at their last
meeting elected the following officers for
the coming year: N. C. Willfong, C. C;
IC. Fiilir, V. C; Win. F.beling, P.; D.
lv. K. Richards, agent Public Works,
Hilo; and at office of A. Lindsay, school '
agent, Honokaa, Hawaii.
The Superintendent reserves the right 1
to reject any and all bids. All tenders to
be endorbed on envelope, "Tender for 6 !
1 room teacher's cottage, Honokaa."
C. S. HOIJ.OWAV. j
Superintendent of Public Works. I
I Dec. 18, 1903. 8-3 j
Sealed tenders will be received by the 1
StlDerhitendiMit of I'lllllil-WVirl-c ill Unnn.
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publicans of the other islands, in-1 i.ycurgus, M. A.; M. F. McDonald. K. lllln u,,til ia '" of Monday, January iS,
eluding- Oahtl, will rccojjnize the I of R. and S.; J. McNicoll. M. of W.: H. I 1Qa'' for furnishing nil labor mid material
desire of the Republicans of the LudlolT, M. ofF.; G. V. Jakins, M.of F..; and constructing a G-room teacher's cot-
r 1 1 r tr e . . Canmbell. I. G A M Wilson O P. tage at Pohakupuka, Hawaii. ,
Island of Hawaii for renreheiitatioii '' u"0"' u' l'- '
-"" Plans and specifications on file in office
SI. .luiues Mlssl f Engineer, Department of Public
Christmas Day: Works. Honolulu; at office of 1. 15.
7:30 a. in. Holy F.ucharist. RtchinW, agent Public Works, Hilo; and
11:00 a. in. Holy Kucliarist and Ser-1 office of IJ. W. llaruard, school agent,
on the delegation to the National
Republican Convention at Chicago
in June. On this side of the Island
two or three names have already I
been mentioned for the place, and
it is probable that West Hawaii
will not be backward in asserting j
her claims. Hie fact that the
World's Pair a,t .St. Louis will be in
full blast in June, and that scores
of Island people plan to attend, will
serve to increase the number of men . "v "lriimteu haiui.iay evening
fro... Hawaii who will be willing to K"1,h c,"irt" l -'re accumulating ,
; ,,,.,,.. ? a pile of huge d mensious. The Iilks
run over to the Windy City and fix , ,laI1 Saturday evening will be open to
things up for Roosevelt. 1 members and their friends. The scheme
Geo. N. Day, who has been a to smuggle in .1 feminine spectator dis-
resident of Hawaii for nearly ten guised as a man has been frustrated. I
years is an aspirant for the honor -...
and has substantial support, A. H. Ilcparllng by Kluiiii.
Loebenstein is known to have a j. h. Scott. Mrs. J. H. Scott, Miss Flsa
desire to represent Hawaii at the illki ,ir. j. . erre,ra am, wir Mrs.
great Republican concave, and the ! ,,. j. MoseSi ,,L.rb,rt wcstervelt, Mrs. I.
irimwlc ri rl lwitimu O Uilirnnii .111 . '
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Sunday after Christmas:
7:30 a. 111. IIolv Kucliarist.
11:0011. in. Matins and Sermon.
7:30 !' 111. Kvcnsong and Sermon.
VAU Chrlstnuis Tree.
In a secret hiding place the presents to
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any and all bids. All tenders '
to be endorsed on envelope, "Tenders for
6rooiu teacher's cottage at Pohakupuka,
C. S. HOl.I.OWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Dec. is,
v 1903 8-3
New Steamer Service
New Regular Service, connecting witli
Steamer "Alameda" for Ports
Commencing January 1, 1904, the Wil- 1
der's Steamship Co. will dispatch the '
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 article.
With Carved Ivory, Pearl and Shell Han
dles, and with both Feather and Silk
Centers, from $1.50 to $15.00 each.
AIGRETTES AND BUTTERFLIES
For the hair just
things in this line.
a few very choice
look out for his chances. There
hi uuimiiKH. uu in.u: 11, iu mi! IICIII I I,, jn-sha. A. ,. ahIiI, J.
before the 1 erntonal convention, 1 K. w. Shingle.
which will probably convene in ! " '. .
Rosenberg, Mrs. A. S. Kenway, Rev. S.
APrll 1 IT Wii.i. Not Do to fool with a bad
1 he honor of being a delegate to ! cold. No one can tell what the end will
a national Republican convention is J be. Pneumonia, catarrh, chronic brou
one of fine distinction. The best ichitis and consumption invariably result
orains in America will dominate its from a neglected cold. As a uiedeeine
labors. Its deliberations are always , for the cure of colds, coughs and in-j
historic and often momentous with iIucum. nothing cm compare with j
ill or good for the people. The ! Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It al-!
humblest delegate is not without ' ways cures ami cuies quickly. The Hilo
grave responsibility. Drug Store sells it.
To connect with the
Sailing on the day of her arrival at 12 111 ,
carrying V. S. mail, passengers
This steamer has been recently re-fitted
and provided with large, welbventilated
deck staterooms and all modern accom
modations. Above schedule is subject to change
without previous notice. 0)333
Wilder' titcuiiisliii) to. .Sjj
Drawn Work Table Covers, Doylies, Nap
kins, Dress Flouncings, etc., on Grass
Linen all done by hand. Silk Screens
and Panels, Lacquer Ware in Raised
Work, Fgg Shell China, Cloisonne and
Satstiina Vases, Cloisonne Hiickjes, Uronze
SOME VERY CHOICE
Pieces of Tiffany, Hohemian and Austrian
Glass Vases, all of superior quality and
Kmbioidered and Drawn Work Stocks or
the newest styles and at reasonable prices.
STAMPED AND LITHOGRAPHED
Pillow Covers and Rope Silk, Cords and
Ribbon for working and trimming them.
And Fancy Ribbons for bags.
A NEW IDEA
LINEN EMBROIDERED HANDKER
CHIEFS And Colored Horder Handkerchiefs for
Fancy Work, iu Original Designs.
Suitable for ladies and gentlemen.
Single dress lengths of Silk and Wool
A New Lot ol
TRIMMINC LACES, ETC.
FOR THE GENTLEMEN
We have an unusuallv complete line of
Neckwear, press and Negligee Shirts,
Pajatnns, Panama Hats, Stetson Hats. Silk
Single Suit Lengths in some Very Choice
Our stock ol these goods is well known.
We carry only the best and guarantee the
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