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THE WUKKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, I'RIDAY, JANUARY i, 1904.
A. I.ldgate was In the cily iw New
Olaa, Waiakea and Waiuaku mill will
soon be grinding cane.
Rev. S. ! Desha returned ly the Kin.tu
troui a trip to Honolulu.
The Kinau will dock at the Kailroad
wharf next week and thereafter.
The first session of the Hoard of Super
lsors will he In the Court room.
1'rank Johnson, the Walmea sheep
man was In the city oxer Christmas.
Court adjourned Inst Monday to con
vene again Tuesday, January 5, 1904.
Wll,l. UK UllKAT HACK.
Host Trio Will
Uriink Tennis I'lnyerx Contest rot II101 nil's
Honor on llllo (!ourth. '
The lovers of tenuis In llllo were kIvcii The three eighth dash at lloolulu Park
some good sport In this line ChrUtums jioday will be alone worth the price of ml
day and last Saturday. Kugcne and Ar- mission. Rejected, Defender and l'rank
thur Horner of l'anullo came to town, a, ,avc entered, and they are in good
and In doubles with l'routy and Hnpni 1 form. In training this week the trio has
and singles with l'routy and Mellor J shown remarkably even powers of spesd.
showed themselves familiar with the 1 The outcome of their go today will be
tricks ol Hit trade In the doubles lrl-1 wntclietl with ureal Interest.
Ittiit for Children
day the llurncr bi.s won after a very
spirited game. The score was 6-4, 6-3,
The singles were played Saturday after-
I noon. Prouty regained the banner for
I Illto by defeating Eugene Horner in a
Win. Kinney was appointed guardian ' score 0f 6-3, 3-6, 7-5. Arthur Homer
ol his four minor children by Judge Little
C. II. W. Hitchcock unit up to his
place in Olaa this morning to gather his
Julian Monsarrnt nnd Mrs. Monsarrat
arrived In the city from Honolulu
Ralph Raiding came down from Hutnii
ula Sheep Station to enjoy city life dur
maintained the prestige of Hamnkua by
winning against K. Mellor with a score of
Prom January I to January 4, Hllowlll
be exceptionally well governed. There
will be no Interregnum. The new offi
cials arc ready to keep the peace from
today and Sheriff Andrews and his men
are willing to be responsible for the same
state of affairs,
There will be no friction
H. S. Overcnd left last Saturday mom- t,ut n part of the new force will be on
ing to uttcud court at Kailua, Judge Kd
The Hilo Agricultural Society meets
tomorrow of 1:30 p.m. at the offices of
One of the most artistic calendars of
the year is the one being distributed by
J. D. Kennedy the jeweler.
E. W. Kstep, at one time Superinten
dent of Public Schools at Houokaa is now
teaching at Kahuku, O.ihu.
A. C. Aubrey, Assistant Supcrintendant
of Humuula Sheep Station came to Hilo
Monday to spend the week.
t. Hastings Howl.ind of the firm of
Walker & Howland is a passenger to Ho
nolulu in this week's Kinau.
There will be an Episcopal service in
Keaau school house next Sunday after
noon at 4 o'clock, weather permitting.
Chas. S. Swain of Laupahoehoe has
been in the city this week to watch the
wheels of county government as they
The Hoard of Supervisors of the County
of East Hawaii will meet for the first
time in regular session Monday morning,
The Week of Prayer January 3 to 8
will be observed iu the Foreign Church
with services in the lecture room each
evening, at 7:30.
Judge and Mrs. II. S. Rickard of Lau
pahochoc announce the engagement of
thcir daughter Miss Annie to David
Reinhardt of this city.
The uew officers of Kilauea Lodge, No.
330, F. and A. M., will be installed Sat
urday night at Masonic hall. There will
be the usual splendid banquet.
Captain S. J. Hurris of the schooner
Woodbury distributed a neat aluminum
calendar while in port this trip. It bears
a living likeness of the staunch schooner.
The squad of Waiakea boys who have
been learning military tactics under Cap
tain Lake have him to thank for three
dozen white military caps as a Christmas
Judge Little has bet Saturday forenoon
as the time for the members of the Hoard
of Supervisors to appear before him for
approval of bonds and for administering
the oath ot office.
Dr. A. H. Clark, dentist from Honolulu,
will occupy the offices of Dr. M. Wachs
a couple of weeks during the latter's ab
sence from the city. Dr. Clark makes a
specialty of inlaid porcelain work.
The Cotillion Club dance Monday even
ing at Spreckels hall was a very pleasant
affair. The number of guests was not as
large as usual but the pleasure of the
evening was noue the less. It was a
C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs.
Furneaux and Miss McMillan went to the
Volcano House Monday for a brief vaca
tion. Mr. Kennedy, accompanied by W.
II. Shipman, made a business trip to
duty along with the old. Henry West
wjll be the Jailor until the new regime.
The KlkR Chi latum Tree.
The Christinas tree given at the Elks
hall last Saturday evening was an occa
sion of fun and sociability. The hall was
beautifully decorated and the trees were
brilliant with electric bulbs and caudles.
On the walls there were appropriate mot
toes such as "Honi Soil qui mal y pense."
and "What Fools we Mortals be." The
distribution of presents was carried on
through uninteruptcd waves of applause
linker for Senator.
A friend of John Hakcr, in a talk with
a TRinuMi representative me oiucr nay,
said the ex-Governor must be a member
of the Senate iu the next Legislature. He
says Mr. linker will be a candidate and
that he believes his friends, both Ha
waiian nnd foreign born will be so nu
merous that lie will go iu by a large
Departing by Klunu.
J. G. Watson, M. D. Hall. Arthur P.
Watson, J. II. Howland, E. E. Lymau,
Miss Amy Hill, Mrs. Gregg.
A. C. Palfrey of Papaaloa was in the
city the first of the week on business.
He reports one of the hottest baseball
games he ever saw as taking place
Christmas day at Laupahoehoe. The
crew of the Helcnc went against the cane
growers and beat out by one score.
The road to Papaikou was lined with
many equipages last night taking out
Hilo folks to the "Hoose heatln" given
by Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Moir at their home.
The preparations made to entertain the
guests were elaborate and a most pleas
ant evening was the experience of all.
After midnight came the leap year dance,
In which the ladies assumed their pre
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by"taste and you will be con
viuced that it his no rival.
Pineapple plants for sale enquire at
Whitman's candies just received at L.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
v If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt deltacry.
January patterns and Delineators have
arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Keep your clothes iu shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
Call and sec 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.
Scalds are always painful and fre
quently quite serious, but Chamberlain's
Pain Halm is a liniment especially suited
for such injuries. One application gives
relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug Store
In the handicap race, Philip goes in
carrying 90 pounds, Defender 121 and Re
jected 133. This gives Philip a fair show
to come out winner against his speedier
contestants. With the speed Defender is
showing he will give the sorrel a hot
chnse iu spite of the difference iu weight.
Taking the program all through the
prospect fot a fine day of sport could not
be better. The mule and pony race will
serve as novelties, and the tulle for the
Hilo Mercantile cup will bring out Hito's
old time favorites.
There will be a game of ball between
the Hilo Railroad nine and the Hilo team.
The game begins at 2 o'clock. The Hilo
band will begin playing at the grand
stand nt.l o'clock sharp.
Denth or J. T. Silrn.
Joseph T. Silva died last Tuesday at
his rooms on Walanucnue street after a
lingering' illness of several mouths. The
funeral was held Wednesday morning
from the Catholic Church, the services
being conducted by Father Oliver. The
pall bearers were J. S. Canario, J. A. M.
Osorio, Eugene Carvalho, G. F. Alfonso,
Father Uutbrcchl and J. Vierra.
J. T. Silva was one of the kamaaiuas
of the Islands, having arrived at Hono
lulu twenty-two" years ago. In the Isl
ands he was a photographer by profes
sion. The prime of his life was spent in
California, where he enjoyed his best
prosperity. At the time of his death he
was 72 years of age. Last year he made
a trip to the Coast for the benefit of his
health, but returned to Hilo quite re
Christmas was celebrated at Waimca
with horse races by the people from that
portion of the big Island. There were
nine races, the greater portion of which
were won by the Homer horses from Ku
kaiau over the Waimea horses. The suc
cess of the Homer horses was attributed
to their fine breeding. Henry Beckley,
sou of Admiral Beckley, won a quarter
mile race in 0.27 flat.
In the cowboys' race, in which the par
ticipants were attired in full regalia, the
Homer boys were again victorious.
Bonnie Judd, formerly of Honolulu, had
several horses entered but had no winners.
The race meet is to be repeated at Wai
mea on New Year's Day.
Tito Chinese Children.
Mrs. Walsh, who has charge of the
work at the Chinese Church, desires to
express the thanks ol herself and the
Chinese children to the ladies and the
children of "The Miser's Mill" for the
donation of 60 to their cause. This do
nation will enable Mrs. Walsh to continue
her work at least two mouths longer than
would have been possible without it.
The Chinese children arc especially grat
ified, as they will be very sorry should
the work done for them by Mrs. Walsh
be discontinued for want of funds.
Have a Itoyal Time at the
The Christmas exercises at the Waia
kea Mission were everything that the
promoters of Hint praiseworthy work
could wish. The Mission room was ar
tistically decorated, a large fir Christmas
tree, the gift of Mr. Kepuedy, being the
center of attraction. The hall was filled
by expectant chlldieu, their fathers and
mothers and scores of visitor from Hilo.
The principal feature of the program
was a Chtislmas cantata, "Santa Clans'
Greeting." It was performed by the Ha
waiiau children admirably. A grand
chorus, "Glory to God in the Highest,"
was sung by the Mission folks iu a way
that reflected great credit on Waiakea
musical talent as welt as upon the in
structor who developed it.
The Killamey quartette sang and was
heartily encored. Rev. Shields made a
brief talk, Rev. Desha intcrprctiiiL'. Lala
Ah Tim recited Carlton's "Christmas
Party" and others of the little folks spoke
Sam Lclckanc played the role of Santa
Clans and did it well. The presents dis
tributed were bounteous in supply, and
none were appreciated more than those
sent by the children of the Foreign Sun
day School, who have the sincere thanks
of the Mission children, the teachers and
Miss Wight, the superintendent. Boxes
of candy, boxes of apples and oranges
and boxes of nuts were sent in by friends
of the work.
The Hawaiians of Waiakea were also
generous with their gifts. Fine mats,
fans and other native wi.rk and curios,
were mado and distributed by them to
the people most active in supporting the
good work iu Waiakea. Miss Wight ex
presses thinks to all for their interest and
cooperation iu the work.
Managei l.idgood reports that the vol
cano at Kilauea is keeping up a pretty
steady gait of activity. Most of the visi
tors are given 11 splendid view of what
THE NEWEST THINGS
As usual I have an assortment
of Four -In -Hand Ties that will
compare with city stores.
66c and 75c Each
READ THE LIST:
CRAVATS AND TIES
WHITE WA ISTCOATS
IiLACK SAh HES
RATH ROI31.S, PAJAMAS
DRESS SUIT CASES
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
Have n lot to do with your personal appearance maybe more than you think,
well-shod foot marks the well-dressed man or woman.
When you can wear best style and quality
You should not fail to see our . .
It's smooth, and the inside is as smooth as
Come and see them.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd. HILO
Dr. A. 11. Clark, of Honolulu, will oc-
Dr. M. Wachs, corn-
tumbling fire looks like at the bottom of. cupy the offices of.
the great pit. During Christmas week uiencing January 1st and will remain for
mauy parties have gone down. Wcdnes- j ft few y,. during the latter's absence
day morning two gentlemen started for j from Hilo.
the top of Mauua Loa in the belief that ' '
there are still good sights at the top. !
Rowland In Hilo, December 30, 1903,
to the wife of T.'M. Rowland, a daughter.
AuiiiN In Hilo, December 2$,
the wife of Charles W. Alden
5. i?3. to
, a daugh-
All persons having claims against
"Side Lights" or the undersigned will
present their certified bills, itemized ami
in duplicate, toW. II. Smith, of LeBlond
& Smith, attorney for
C. L. CLKMHNT.
Hilo, Hawaii, Dec. 24, 1903. 8-3
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of The First Bank of Hilo, Ltd., will be
held at the Bank, Peacock Block, Hilo,
on Saturday, the 9th day of January,
1904, at 2 p. 111.
A. E. SUTTON,
Hilo, December 22, 1903.
Honolulu l'rimo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Moses & Raymond have a few choice
pieces of statuary fine for Christmas
T. J. Lynch Dead.
Thos. J. Lynch, an aged kamaainadied
last Tuesday night. He was iu his 83rd
year and had been in the islands since
the early 50s. He came as captain of a
whaler and 011 laud was a wheel wright
by trade. He was married on Molokai
before coming to Hilo iu 1862. He
worked iu his time on many of the diff
erent plantations on this Island. He was
iu Putin with Mr. Rycroft and at one
time had a business in Hilo. Deceased
was a native of the State of Virginia.
First Foreign Church.
Rev. Curtis K. Shields, Pastor. Sab
bath: Sabbath School, 9145 a. 111. Morn
ing service, 11:00. Topic: "The Begin
ning of Months." Gen. 13:2. Junior
C. K., 2:30 p.m. livening sermon, 7:30.
(Topic: "Parables of the Mustard Seed
, 1 r 1. T II Tl ..D
Wrrm ..,.! onlv Mnlionnld will uui uicravcn, i.k. i.j;io-z.j,
1. il 1II..I 1 1
nmVn n reduction of 3o ier cent on his WCCK I'"1" -"'K. weuuewiay, 7:30.
remaining stock of straw hats. Other
goods will go at a sacrifice to reduce the
stock. Go to the Premier Haberdashery
early to get a chance at the best qualities
before they go.
p. in. A cordial invitation Is extended to ,
i all to unite in these services. "O wor-1
I ship the Lord in the beauty of holiness." 1
Just opened, a large and varied line of goods. This line comprises:
THE OLD RELIABLE
1 I Ah
G. R. Curtis and wife, G. W. Kills, S.
K. Mahoe, Citing LI, A. Douse, J. Deve
liu,'A. Nawahi and wife, J. Monseratt
and wife, Rev. A. Jenayu, D.Kofhi, Mrs.
Auld and child, Rev. S. L. Desha, A. R.
Askew, F. Peiser, J. Offerdelt, II. N.
Ilordeu, J. D. Watson.
St. Jinues Mission.
Second Sunday after Christmas:
7:30 a. m. Holy Kucharist.
11:00 a, m. Holy Kucharist and Ser
mon. No evening service.
7WtE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk, Island sub
1 scriptiou $2.50.
Dt.VitK't EhctneTrutl I
! a llurtl. Nolhlnr Ilka 1
nd (. CtimiHi Cur tor Rupture.
It ruptured iuveitlgito it onoo.
Call or write for "11ooei.it No. 1." '
Yori, N. Y. or 206 I'm. Street, Km PriiwUwj, Uul,
Silver Mounted Toilet Sets
Silver Crumb Trays
Silver Shaving Sots
Nut Sets '
Child's Knife and Fork Sets
Handsome Chairs ami Rockers
Child's Iron Beds
Hall Trees, Etc.
Fancy Berry Dishes
And other things too numerous to
E. N. HOLMES