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THE WBKKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII,
FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904.
1 W'l ! 1 ! 1 ' 1 ill
Dr. Russel is in Shanghai, China.
G. V. Paty goes to Honolulu today on
The Kluau landed Htlhe railroad whnrf
Whitman's candles just received ul I..
Geo. H. Williams goes to Honolulu to.
day on business.
Albert Horner was In the city on busi
J. I). Kennedy is not ill, us reported in
the Herald yesterday.
I. 15. Hny returned Wednesday from n
visit to the capital city.
H N. Holmes is making attractive of
ferings in the grocery titu-.
J. II. Holland returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Honolulu.
The Cotillion Club will give n leap
year dance sometime this month.
The semi-annual statement of the Pirst
Hank of Hilo is published in Ibis issue.
Geo. Ross returned Irom Honolulu
Wednesday where he spent the holidays.
The ntiuual convocation of the Hpiseo-
pal Church will meet at
The members of the Hilo Hums Club
are busy with preparations for the Hums
Mr. and Mrs. Terry returned Wednes
day evening from a vacation of several
days at their mountain home.
Carl S? Smith and H. L. Ross of the
Hilo bar go to Honolulu toJay on busi
ness before the Supreme Court.
Mrs. W. H. Shipman and Mrs. Reed
returned Wednesday from their holiday
vacation at their mountain home.
The position of D. S. Ilowinati, sanitary
inspector for Hilo, rem tins undisturbed
by the general retrenchment net.
Mrs. Porter and Miss l'ortcr came
home Wednesday from their vacation
spent with the Terry s at their mountain
The Huterprise will hail for San Prau
cisco about January 14, and will lime ac
commodations for 3000 bunches of ba
nanas. A new Portuguese paper appeared New
Year's day under the name "A Setta,"
M. G. Santos manager. The paper will
be a weekly.
C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. Kennedy, Miss
McMillan and Mrs. Purneaux returned
Wednesday evening from a ten day so
journ at the Volcano House.
The "dummy" has been discontinued
by the Hilo Railroad Jjetwecn the city
depot and Waiakea. The engine was
transferred to the Puna division to haul
cane to Olaa.
Rev. Sydney II. Morgan will be suc
ceedtd as rector of St. James' Mission iu
a few weeks by Rev. Potwine of Pendle
ton, Oregon. Mr. Morgan will go to an
appointment in California.
The Ladies' Guild of St. James' Mis
sion will meet at the home of Mrs, W.
II. Lambert at Waiakea next Wednesday
at 2 p. ui. All women interested iu the
work are requested to be present.
See Webb: lie repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
Dr. Holland has a notice in this issue
of his removal to Hilo to practice his pro
fession. He has been a resident of Ha
waii for seven years and is well known
throughout the Island, botli-professionally
Clarence K. Lyman, who will graduate
from West Point iu June next year is
making a commendable record. Iu his
class of 117 members, he &tauds at 18
in drill regulations; 52 iu philosophy; 35
in chemistry; 45 in drawing.
K. I. Lillic made a trip Wednesday
through the Olaa banana district and re
port that the shipments for this Huter
prise will be all that vessel can comforta
bly carry. Mr. Lillic will go to San
Praucisco by this Huterprise in connec
tion with the banana shipping business.
The Pride of Kenl.icky, ntisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is byjtaste and you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
Klclmnlx Mill Not Alton II To He
Usnl 11s Wnrrrooiiw
No sooner bad the Japanese under the
hurry up orders of H. H. Richards cleared
the Hilo Park of their shops and shacks
than the Hilo Railroad Company began
to unload lumber on the convenient open
space. The lumber was beingilischarged
from a vessel arriving iu port n few days
ago. Mr. Richards at once gave orders
slopping the piling of lumber at this
place mid ordered that already 011 the
park ground to be removed.
When seen by n Tkiiimnk representa
tive, Mr. Richards said that he dltcovcrcd
by the merest accident the cutty of the
lumber pecple on the park and went over
to have it stopped. The matter wa9 re
ferred to Mr. Lambert, who soon came
uk)U the fccnc. Mr. Lambert disclaimed
responsibility in the matter, claiming he
was following, the instructions of the
owners of the cargo. Another place for
dumping the lumber was found.
Mr. Richards says that the park land
shall not be made a convenience for
dumping property or rubbish anil warns
ttcsspasscrs. He says he will sell anything
he finds 011 this lot that does not belong
fllicrc and give a good bill of sale for the
X. C. Wlllfong received a letter this
week from Territorial Treasurer Kepoi
kai Instructing him as Tax Assessor un
der the old order, not to turn over to the
Tax Assessor-elect any ptopcrty of the
office, until he should give the order.
The Treasurer states that he wJU give
this order upon hearing from the County
Supervisors that they have qualified and
that the County Assessor has qualified.
Whether this will delay the work of
the tax office remains to be seen.
Note of Tliunks.
The committee of the HiloPree Kinder
garten wishes to acknowledge the one
hundred dollars received from the pro
ceeds of the Miser's Mill; and to thank
Mrs. Hayes and the ladies and children
who so ably assisted to make the play a
The gift will veiy materially aid the
work of the school.
KLLEN G. LYMAN,
P. A. Medcalf after being installed
Master of Kilattea Lodge last Saturday
night made the following appointments;
Chaplain, Charles Alexander Stobie;
Senior Deacon, Hverett Nathan Holmes;
Junior Deacon, David Albert Locbenstein;
Marshal, Ronald Clark Kennedy; Senior
Steward, Donald Scott Bowman; Junior
Steward, Alexander Frazer; Tyler, Wil
helm Siegfrcd Rohm.
llroke Into Store.
Some one broke through the rear win
dow of the office of the. Hilo Mercantile
Co. Wednesday night. The housebreaker
did not carry away anything of value, and
the case was put down by the managers
of the store as one of malicious mischief
rather than of burglarious intent.
The new police officers for Hilo ap
pointed by the Hoard of Supervisors are
as follows: Sheriff's Clerk, David Hwali-
ko; Police Station Clerk, Enoch Brown;
Police Officers, Kaailau, J, Kaina, J, Cook,
D. Namaboe; Hack Inspector, S. Kahaua.
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
January patterns and Delineators have
arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Honolulu Pritno beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Moses & Raymond Have a few choice
pieces of statuary fine for Christmas
Keep your clothes iu shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c, Moses
Call and bee the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
Dr. J. Holland, having decided to re
side iu Hilo offers bis professional ser
vices to the citizens of the town and sur
rounding country on and after the 15th
lust. Office at residence on Walauucnue
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
it. The Hilo Drug Store
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
I'AltK MUST Hi: DM', A It.
llollimiiy Order Itoiul Hoards
Hold on to Property.
A little after I o'clock yesterday H, H.
Richards, agent of the Public Works De
partment, received the following wireless
message from Superintendent of Public
"Lcforc delivery of property to county
officials, pending Instructions from tne,
notify Road Hoards by telephone or other
wise. If demand for inventories is made
by Supervisors, await orders from this
Mr. Richards at once telephoned the
message to the various Road Hoard chair
men on this Island.
The transfer of the Hilo Road Hoard
property to the new officials had been
closed with the exception of signing the
receipt by Road Supervisor Vierra. J. A.
Scott, Chairman of the old Road Hoard,
In compliance with the order in Hollo
way'9 instructions, presented the matter
to the Hoard of Supervisors at last even
ing's session, and asked that the contem
plated transfer be declared off.
Some officials arc inclined to believe
that the message signifies that the Su
preme Court has decided the County Act
void. However, if this were true, news
of the decision would ccrtaluly have been
Order of Enstern Star.
At the annual meeting of Hawaii
Chapter, order of the Eastern Star, held
December 28, the following officers were
elected to serve for the ensuing year:
Worthy Matron, Mrs. H. N. Holmes;
Worthy Patron, E. H. Richards; Associate
Matron, Mrs. II. L. Shaw; Secretary,
Mrs. Pred Hreymau; Treasurer, Mrs.
Myers; Chaplain, Philip Peck; Conduct
ress, Mrs. I). W. Marsh; Associate Con
ductress, Miss Alice Weight; Warder,
Miss Emily Peck; Sentinel, H. N.
These officers will be installed at the
meeting to be held next Friday night.
The chapter is said to be iu a nourishing
First Foreign Church.
Morning service: "That Ye May Eat
and Drink at My Table." Lk. 22:28-30.
The ricrnmcnt of the Lord's supper will
be administered at this service. New
members will be publicly welcomed.
Evening service: Parables of the tares
and of the draw.net. Mtt. 13:24-30;
Departing by Kluuu.
G.W.Paty.H. Kendall, Carl S. Smith.
F. S. Cross, G. P. Curtis aud wife, Geo.
H. Williams. C. G. Spencer, J. O. Young,
A. W. Hottomly, M. A. Hauschild, J.
Patullo, II. L. Ross.
SIXTH SEMI-ANNUAL REPORT
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated March 15, loot.
Close of Ilusincss December 31, 1903.
Dills receivable $324,134.20
Call loans and overdrafts 2,376.93
Furniture aim lixtures 5. on. 55
Other assets 5.574.26
Due from banks 2,283.33
Cash and exchange 41,401.53
Capital stock paid in ."T. f 139,500.00
Undivided profits 24,584.30
Due other banks 30,684.52
I, C. A. Stobie, Cashier, do solemnly
swear that the above statement is true to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C. A. STOHIH, Cashier.
Examined nud found correct.
JOHN T. MOIR, )
JOHN J. GRACE, Directors.
J. S. CANARIO, )
Subscribed aud sworn to before me this
5U1 day of January, A. D. 1904.
A. H. JACKSON,
Notary Public Fourth Judicial Circuit.
1 rubbtJb r 1
i of May
A truss is an Important nppli- 4 .
a nee and it is obvious that con- i
slant effort will be made for its 1
ltiinrnvf'ttitiit. T I
Every year does bring some im- f
provemciitb, und wearer of trusses f
should have the benefit of them, f
In our stock we endeavor to pro
vide all that Is practical as well as
Our long experience in fitting
trusses enables us to judge the
value of new ideas and our stock Is
therefore an Ideal one.
Any claims we make for a truss
we will guarantee.
KKOLANM'h HUM) AITKOVF.IL
The New Sheriff Assumed Ills Dulles
Win, Kcolamii's bond as Sheriff
of tlie County of Hast Hawaii was
approved Wednesday afternoon by
the Hoard of Supervisors. The
bond was signed by the following ,
sureties: Geo. W. I.ockiugton of
Hilo, Prank da Rosa of Olaa and
Ktikona of Hatuaktta.
The bond was presented to the I
Board at the Wednesday morning '
cs u 1 r nwl ntna mCr A In Tlfidltn '
as clmirnmif of the bond committee.
During the hour of adjournment
the committee made a searching
inquisition into the qualifications of
the oondsmen. The result of their
inquiry was the approval of the
bond at the opening of the session
The new Sheriff at once named
Ben Ah Leong Jailor and Win. Nai
lima Assistant, and proceeded with
Ex-Sheriff Andrews to inventory
At the morning session Wednes
day the bond of Win, Kamatt, Dis
trict Magistrate for Puna, was ap
proved. The committee appointed to aid
Joe Vierra in taking an inventory '
of the government stables reported
that they found everything listed!
correctly by John A. Scott, the'
chairman of the Road Board. 1
Kahoio was appointed Pound-
r vr .1 ttm t n t )
master for North Hilo; J. G. Jones
Pottndmaster for Kukuihaele.
At the afternoon session a list of'
subordinate officers recommended '
by Sheriff Keolanui was referred to
... . .. r,r . ,
a committee consisting of Makekau,
Lalakea and Palatt. Ihe Board
tueu amounted to meet at .1 n. 111.
yesterday. The long recess was
taken in order to give an opportttn-
ity for committee work.
A. W. Botlomley, D. H. Wall and wife,
Geo. Ross, J. H. Howland, W. T. Paty,
A. Madclros, O. A. Stevens', Master II.
Westervelt, Mrs. I. Hutclrinson, I. H.
Ray, II, W. Axtell, K.J. Walker. N. A.
Ross and wife, A. H. Jordan.
E. N. HOLMES
Is Showing; a Complete Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
S I want to dispose of all
zz. the odd pieces of heatl
S gear that I have, and I
2 am willing and have made
: prices that arc a loss to
s me, but they must be
sold. SEE WINDOW
The Dandy Shiner
i rtIW6pHSiiWE1CHS LESSTHAM
1'hC'I YV THREE POUNDS
Economic Shoe Co., Ltd, Hilo
TIIK KHKL1M1 ACCIDENT.
Broken Holt Causes Mishap to Ite
Returning last Thursday night from the
party at Molr's, Mr. and Mrs, Win. Rbe-
of Wnitmku mel wUh nn nccMcnt
that was very serious and approached un-
comfortably the Hue of fatal possibilities.
A ,)olt holding one side of the pole brace
I """l'l"-''1' lill"'K the double tree and
1 scaring the horses. They plunged for-
, wan, , lmowlK bol OCCUJts
oul of the ehicle. The top arrested the
"'" " prevented more serious results.
Mrs. Mieliug was drained a short dis
, timet, but escaped with oulva few bruises.
Mr: l$b.".''K had an ugly gosh cut in his
. Call, lt.nl, iiinil .a-tn. ..! . .I...1....1 ...1
he got home. A 'bus bringing Mr. and
Mrs. Ricbley and Mr.
Riculey aud Mr. and Mrs. Hlliot
home from the ball took Mr. and Mrs,
Kbeling on and brouglit them home.
After the smash up the team rati down
the road aud finally landed in a tangled
heap iu a ditch by the road, where they
lay until released by another home-bound
party. Messrs. C. N. Prouty and Win.
Weight cut the horses loose from their
Wagons and Buggies
Stoves and Ranges
Men's Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Carpets and Matting
At Popular Prices
SPECIAL SALE OF
m. p. Mcdonald, hilo
Price 1 on
! JL VV
A handy device for holding n shoe per
fectly rigid while being cleaned and polished
with a cloth or brush. High friction polish
cannot be obtained by bending over the old
A bottle of polish, cloth, and three lasts
with each shiner.
New Steamer Service
New Regalar Service, connecting with
Steamer "Alameda" for Ports
Commencing January I, 1904, the Wil-
tier's Steamship Co, will dispatch the
' KAWAIHAE aud
To connect with the
Sailing on the dav of her arrival at is m.,
carrying U. S. mail, passengers
This steamer has been recently re-fittcd
and provided with large, well-veutilated
deck staterooms aud all modem accom
modations. Above schedule is subject to change
without previous notice.
Wildor's Steamship to.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russet's,
Mountain View. 5i-tf
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