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THB WIIKI,Y HILO TRIBUNE, HII.O, tUAWAIl, FRIDAY, DBCItMMSU tj, 1903.
Mrs. Haley of l'liint is isttin in the
1). 0. I.ymati was auioue; the Klnati ar
Jutlc llarnard of I.auKihoehoc was ill
the city Monday.
Rev. S I.. Deslin ii a passenger today
Mrs, Jamas Gibb uf l'aauilo was in tile
city n few days tills week.
Mrs. U. I.udlolT ami child cntue up
Wednesday by the Kinau.
Dr. W. II. Schociiiug lift the city vis
lerday mid will be gone a week.
Dr. Wachs will make a llaiiiakna trip
shortly after the first of the year.
V. II. Lambert returned Wednesday
front u business trip to Honolulu.
Mr. mid Mrs. Terry will spend the
holidays at their mountain home.
Sunday afternoon at 3:. the Hilo band
will give a concert nt the new dock.
Ah Kim has resumed work In the bank
after a couple of weeks in the hospital.
Miss Dollic Sumner is spending her
vacation at the Horner's at Kukuihaele.
l'()lti:i(JX SUNDAY NUIIOOli.
"run .minimus mi.u."
Children's llnppy Time nt Church I'licuniiicnnl Success o" 11 llllo The
Tiicsilii) IIm'iiIiii:. nl ileal Production.
The Chtlstnias tree- and entertainment "The Miser's Mill" is the most uc
for the children of the I'oreigii Church cesslul mnateiir play yet given In Hilo.
Sunday Sconol was given at the Church , "TIi" performance at Spreckels Hull last
Tuesday evening The auditorluiii was ' 1'riday night called out a full house, and
crowded. In the Church parlor a beau- lil" l,m-,cl 'f the play and the little
tifully decorated Christmas tree was Payers upon the audience whs such as to
standiiif! wltere it darted the eyes of the r,lllk tl11' whole undertakine; as an artistic
infant c The program consisted of ' success. The audience at once caught
songs h 1I1. school, recitations and dia- i l,lt' sliril ol" the piece and the generous
logues. A lullaby, by four 5-vear old i ,l,(' npprcciiHtve applause prompted the
girls was a charming exhibition of child- , nclors nnA stresses to the highest pitch
of endeavor. As a result, the cotutili
caled situations of the play were carried
out with precision and grace and ttuincr-
I ous encores and curtain calls were re-
Isponded to by the little folks in excellent
ish dignity. "The Russian Christmas"
was the title of a recitation given by
Gloria Miguel. One of the most im
pressive incidents of the evening was the
olfering by the Sunday School classes.
This was taken for the children of the ori,cr '""' lnsl-'
Waiakea Mission. The classes filed oast I Tnc curtain rose, showing Hans mid
the speaker's stand, each child dropping a I Gretel, two grandchildren ofan old
package in n huge basket. Almost two j Holland miser, standing in the shadow of
baskets were filled. A bell drill by eight n Holland mill discussing the portentous
littlegirls was applauded generously, and I lssi,rs of Christmas eve, nn evening of
l'rancis Carter recited verv prettily "The 'icstltiitlon and Hunger for tlictn. Irwin
Shiny Dime." Scott mid Kathcrine Wcstcrvelt were
Rev. Mr. Shields made a few remarks "nd Grelel. W.C.Cook was the
on Sunday School work. He said that 1 "1 mlsor- 1 "c ,,,iscr berated his grand-
parents should not exneel a Sunday ' children and sent them to sleep in the
Mr. and Mrs. D. A I.ocbcnstein and Uri,,,,,! i nmmmi. tii..i,..r w-i r.,irni dog kennel, while he lay down to sleet)
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Miss I.oehensteln are -it the Volcano trninitij- than the home, and urged the
Mr. nnd Mrs. Moragne will spend the
holidays at the home of A. Chalmers at
A number of the Hilo teachers will
visit the Kilauca volcano during the
Miss Genevieve Vcnable of Virginia
arrived in the city by the Knterprise to
tench in the Hilo schools
The tenuis match this afternoon begins
at a o'clock. Tomorrow afternoon there
will be a in itch at singles.
The Hilo Agricultural Society will
meet at the offices of C l'urneaux Satur
day, January a, at 1:30 p. 111.
Dr. Holland has leased for a long term
the residence property on Waianuenue
street opposite Dr. Rice's home.
Geo. Hyde, who succeeds W. II. Little
as inaua.er of the Hilo Mercantile lum
ber yard, arrived in the Knterprise.
A new tenuis court has just been fin
ished on the I'eck premises in l'uuco. It
is said to be the best court in the district.
K. D. llaldwin, J. U. Smith and 1'. I'eck
returned Wednesday by the Kinau from
Honolulu, where they mixed with the
Pilgrimage of the Shriuers.
The removal of the buildings from the
park site is making building operations
lively on Volcano street. Several pre
tentious buildings arc going up.
Members of the Cotillion Club are re
quested not to forget the shirtwaist dance
Monday evening. Arrangements are un
der way for a very pleasant evening.
With the going into effect of the county
law newspapers published in Hilo must
pay pound rate postage for all papers
sent outside the county of Kast Hawaii.
The Waiakea Mission Christmas exer
cises were held at the Mission building
last evening. The excellent program will
be given a more extended notice next
The jury in the Jones case at Honolulu
brought in a verdict of not guilty. This
trial was for the killing of Mrs. l'nrmen
ter. Another indictment for the killing
of his wife still stands.
At the morning service at the b'irst
Foreign Church next Sunday Rev.
Shields will preach on the subject "The
I'orm of God in the Likeness of Men."
His text will be found in Phil. 2:6-7.
Albert Horner was in the city ovir
Sunday. Mr. Horner has just returned
from Kauai, where he made a trip in the
interest of his rattoou plows. He found
his plows working on Kauai plantation
far more satisfactorily than he expected.
The dates fixed for Killarney (Juartette
concerts in Hauiakua next week are:
Luupahochoe, Dec. 28; llouokaa, Dec.
ao; Kukuihaele, Dec. 30. The quartette
will probably play at the dance at James
Gibb's at l'.iauhau New Year night and
at Houokaa the night following.
parents of the children to join in the Sun?
day School work He complimented the
teachers and officers of the foreign Sun
day School and called for more teachers.
George Green recited an interesting poem,
which was followed by a very entertain
ing exhibition of the troubles of "The
on dirty straw, clutching his money bags
A troup of gnomes, dressed in grain
sacks, emerge from the mill, and dancing
and chanting their music of evil, haunt
the dreams of the three sleepers with
malicious schemes. The gnomes were
Max Tracy, J01111 Kennedy, Jack Guard,
Rn.uiioud Lucas, Thornton Lyman, Jack
Old Woman Who Lived in u Shoe." This I '"""""i. Knlph Richards. George Carter,
ended with the presentation to each class Art)'r Sierra, George Green, Harold
of a big Christmas stocking. A song by "C,K111, ,
the primary class and the distribution of rUcir Iwcr over the sleepers was con-1
presents closed the very pleasant exer-1 U,stL,, ''' thc ,t!,iCL,t "I""' the scene of a J
"aim 01 v-urisunns Mines. There were 1
j six little girls, Alice Mtiiuby, Iuiogene
j .Mason, Mildred Luscomb, Miriam Stack-
er. Louise Moir and IMna Curtis. They
to tiii: (jxomi'.s ami r.uim:.
rit.vi.Hi: slkvioi; mixtinu.
Special Urogram of .ilusle NYxl Sun
Special Christmas services will he held
at the Foreign Church next Sunday. In
the morning the regular sermon will be
delivered by Rev. Shields. In the even
ing there will be a special praise service
by the choir, to which all are especially
Invited. Mrs. Lewis has the urogram in
charge, which will he as follows:
Organ Prelude Handel I
Doxology Choir and Congregation ,
Invocation by Pastor Mr. Shields'
Quartette-"The Heavens Are Telling" 1
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Ilapai, Mr,. Iteers, Mr.
Howland and full Choir. 1
Hymn Choir and Congregation;
Solo Haydn I
Mr. Hnstings Howland.
"O Little Town tirnctliluticiii' Nevin
Offertory istand and movements
of Handel's and Organ Concerto
Mr. Ileers (tenor soloist) and Choir. '
Hymn Choir and Congregation
"Hark What Mean Those Holy Voices"'
Mrs. llartels (soprano soloist) and Choir.
"Hail The King" Ilartlett I
Pull Choir. j
Sopranos Mrs. llartels, Mrs. Ross, I
Mrs. Wcstcrvelt, Mrs. .Marsh, Miss How
ard. Altos Mrs. Hapai, Miss Hapai, Miss
Hattie Hapai, Miss V. Potter, Miss Hauah
Tenors Mr Cook. Mr. Ileers, Mr. Ly
man llas'oi Mr. Hastings Ho.vland, Mr. J.
T. Lewis, Mr. Jackson.
THE NEWEST THINGS
As usual I have an assortment
of Pour -in -Hand Ties that will
compile with city stores.
65c and 75c Each
lvKAI) THIS UvST:
CRAVATS AND TIKS
HOYS' CI.0 I'lIING
WJIITIJ W: ISTCOATS
ULACK SA. HKS
HATH ROM S, PAJAMAS
DRKSS SUI'J CASKS
CARD. CASKS, PURSUE
When you find prices as
low us mine you will find the
quality away below.
The" Premier Haberdashery
m. f. Mcdonald, hilo
Have 0 lot to do with your personal appearance maybe more than you think. A
well-shod foot marks the well-dressed man or woman.
When you can wear best style mid ipiality
A Word to the Children or the
impersonated Jollity, Joy, Mirth, Pity,
Peace and Love respectively. They were
attired in brilliant costumes and each
Dcin- little actors:-1 wish through the j "", horuc "Io"K "" tiptoe by n pair of
Tttlliu.Nlt columns to tell you all who J Klteriiig wings. The clash between the
worked so hard and won such deserved I K"0,M nl"1 f" as brief, the latter
praise in the Christmas play, that the I "'""" the former, and all uniting their
gold you earned yourselves has gone as "'Jsrious powers in uelinlt oi Hans and
your gift to its destination this Christmas , 're,cl w" l"" "cen awakened by their
morning. You cleared, after all ex- j klrA" visitors. At the bidding of the
penses were met, 5160, of which ftoo was ! I'ur":s lllL om """ turned, and out came
sent to the Pree Kindergarten anil JGo to ' l,,,kea Koosc' ,hlm Illi"K d n com-
the Chinese Kindergarten. I congratu- i ')lea' v-nriMninsiiinncr. As Hungry Hans
late yon and all the "urown un" ncotile I '"", ""'shiug Gretel were about to dine
who gave such kind and generous help.
on the success you won, and I hope that
though the pleasure of being gnomes and
fairies and little Dutch children has
p.issed, there will be in your hearts this
Christmas morning a still more beautiful
pleasure, the thought of the gift you
earned and gave in the Christ child's
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by"taste and you will hi eon.
viuced that it has 110 rival
There will be an excursion to Kilatlea
volcano Saturday afternoon. A round
trip price of 10 has been made, which
includes board and lodging at the Vol
cano House. Kxcursiouisls leave Hilo
3:00 p. in. Saturday, returning Monday
morning at 9:30.
The Christinas services at the Haili
Church were held Thursday evening of
last week. The house was packed by an
audience of children nnd adults, who
were entertained with an excellent pro
gram of music and recitations. The dis
tribution of presents was conducted un
der the supervision of both Mr. and Mrs.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
M. J. ile Gouve.t is making a fine holi
day display of silverware and cutlery.
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c Moses
Call and see the latest improvement 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.
1 fairy states that she has discovered the
wicked Miser, and Gretel asks her to
make him good. The dinner was for
feited by the hungry orphans and magic
fairy wands were directed to the sleeping
skinflint. The gnomes and fairies, danc-1
iug to dreamy and drowsy music, left the
stage. The miser awoke, but the fairy
visit bad transformed him. He hastened
through the village making amends for
his wickedness, unit sends a score of
children to awaken Hans and Gretel and
tell thein the good news. The old mill , I
turns again and grinds out sugar plums
The village children who were in at the J
finish were Gertrude Willfong, Plorence '
Sliipui.ui, Hazel Spencer, Amy Williums, I ,
George Green, Jack Guard, lllauclie
Canario, Gertrude Turner, Annie Lind
say, Irene Maby, Ruth Stacher, Robbie
Rice, Roderick Pearson, Herbert Ilerg, j
Mugeiie llreyuiau. Lyle Holmes, Jean I I
Moses, Carol McKenney. '
The curtain fell ith this bevy of chil- 1
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men m.i.iiiioiiu jor sugar piitms, wnile
111 the center stood the transformed miser
with his hutipy grandchildren.
Kvcry person in the play carried his
part most comiueiidably. Thc climax of
every situation was reached without a
break. The audience could uottcll which
was the most deserving of applause, the
talented author of the play, the exquisite
actors and actresses, or the untiring ladies
who drilled the children in their parts.
The costumes and stage properties were
designed with a precision of purpose that
made the most of the play. The com
mittee in charge of these essentials was
composed of Mrs. Guard, Mrs. Shaw,
Mrs. Ilerg, Mrs. Loebmstcin and Mrs.
Hayes. Mrs. A. G. Cm lis as stage direc
tor and Mrs. Lewis as musical director
The ten r out son of O. A. Stevens
of Olaa fell 1 1 0111 a porch last Sunday and
fractured his skull. The injury was a '
serious one but the boy is getting along '
nicely. He had scarcely "recovered from
nn accident occurring not long since in '
which a leg was broken.
To Delinquent Tenants.
All persons delinquent in their rents to
the Waiakea. Mlll Company arc hereby
notified that unless arrears for rent n're j
paid by December 31, 1903, the accounts
will be placed in the hands of a collector ,
with instructions to take summary pro-1
ceedings. Rents are now payable at the !
office of the Waiakea Mill Company at
Waiakea. C. C. KKNNF,I)Y,
You should not fail to set- our . .
It's smooth, and the inside Is as smooth as
Come und see them.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd. HILO
1 S1 1
To insure payment, all hills against the
Hilo Road Hoard must be presented on or ,
before December 31, 1903. j
JOHN A. SCOTT, ,
Chairman Hilo Road Hoard.!
All persons having claims against
"Side Lights" or the undersigned will
present their certified bills, itemized nnd
in duplicate, toW. II. Smith, of Lelllond
& Smith, attorney for
C. L. CLICMP.NT.
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 24, 1903. 8-3
The annual meetii of the stockholders
of The First Hank of Hilo, Ltd., will be
held at the Hank, Peacock Hlock, Hilo,
on Saturday, the 9U1 day of January,
1904, at 2 p. 111.
A. E. SUTTON,
Hilo, December 22, 1903.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Moses & Raymond have a few choice
pieces of statuary fine for Christinas
rounded out the comolemcnt of ink-nt
which tlimli (In nrlicHr tnr. ... .vM.t.. !
L. 1 urner Co. have received some fine , Mrs. ntlUlor of u,e , ' ,
linen lawns for handkerchiefs etc.. and I with nl who ni(W , ulc p.luctl.m.
a large assortment of white dimity. lmvc. lhc hearly coll),raltllat,)H ()f '
R. II. 'Irent, Honolulu representative . who witnessed the performance,
for the Volcano House, came over by the I The proceeds were about the sum of
Kiiinu with a party of tourists to see the ' fjoo, which will he given to the free kin-
volcano. ! dergartens of Hilo.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Home I'rom College. ,
Oliver II. Shipiuaii, sou of W. II. and i
1 .ur.s. . ii. siiipiuau, came home by the
j Enterprise for a six months vacation.
After one more term he will graduate at
I the Greeley Veterinary College in Sail
Francisco and will probably locate for
t the practice of his profession in Ilawnii.
He has been at school 011 the Maimaud
since eleven years of age and had not
visited home before since two and a '.iulf
years ago. He is accompanied on his va
cation by Mr. Evans, n classmate.
E. N. HOLMES
JUST OHiNIID, LAKGK AND VARIED UNI! SUITABLIi FOR HOLIDAY GIFfS. TINS UNI! COMPRISES:
January patterns and Delineators have
an ived at Moses & Raymonds. ,, :
&. $20 Belt for .RS
narruiti'il eeitulne. Not ,
101. Nn Imnil !.......
without ttruip. ClnuUra Iff
M't srj . :.
i l-WCIt. WP.
AfV JMiZAL .47-Bfi
Silver Mounted Toilet Sets
Silver Crumb Trays
Silver Shaving: Sets
Child's Knife and Fork Sets
Handsome Chairs mid Rockers
Child's Iron Beds
Hall Trees, Etc.
- Standing Lamps
Fancy Berry Dishes
And olliot' things loo numerous lo
E. N. HOLMES
7UEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE
wv... ..j man ,111 rempi 01 yj.
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Mqo roit st . s mucisco ct
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