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TUB WEEKLY HILO TRIBUTE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 1904.
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you r.ro not liuiiftry. Hut you must
cat, mid jot. mutt digest your food,
too. ( not, you will liocomo weak,
alo. tliln. (loud food, good nppotlto,
good digestion, thuso uru essential.
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i Mo inborn of Kilnurii l.odgp No. .'1!I0
, Mnkr Merry.
I The installation of officers at
Kilauca Lodge No. 330, F. and A.
. M., last Saturday night was at-
tciuled with appropriate ceremonies
consisting of the ritualistic work, a
splendid banquet nnd the merry
'music of speech and story. The
j work of installation was done by
PEACOCK I SALOON
& CO.. LIMITED
Mr. llnlwrt Venus, of Uiunceaton, Taa
liLiiil.i, apiula in III liiat(iKraili and pajs:
" 1 suirrroil greatly frnm Iom of appetite,
Inillgi'MloiidMlns In tlio ntnui.irh, wcaknesi,
and ncnonviiPM. Hoernl doctors tried In
vain to rUu 1110 roller. A friend then induced
1110 to try Aer' Hnn.iinrlll.t, for It had done
iilin much Rood. Tlio flru IhiUIo worked
toiiders for mo. Hoon my ai)ictlto came,
luck, my Indigestion una cured, and I wu
atrong and hearty."
There aro many imitation "HaraaparllUs."
llo auro jou got Aycr'a.
Kocp your towclt In Rood condition by ualnjr
Ayer's Tills. They euro constipation, coated
tongue, biliousness, sick headache.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr ft Co., Lowell, Man.. U.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY'
Open from 5 A.M. to n P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixi'.n and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Draught Boor IO Conts
When, you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Pouohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
liilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Far Motors, swivel frame, 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them Ji a mouth
Prico of Lamps Roducod.
1G-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each
Estimates furnished on all chtsscs oi
P.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
usefully employed or so vigilant for
the good of public service; and the
conduct of few men in public life in
these days of merciless and acri
monious critics is less subject to in
tclligcut or dignified criticism than
that of Mr. Roosevelt. Indeed, few
men in this or any other country, i
or in this or any other age,- so far as
history reveals the fact, have made
so successful and so symmetrical a j
race in life that, in the brief period
Philip Peck, master of ceremonies, i of less than two score years, he has '
reached the highest pinnacle of na
tional fame in the country of his
birth, honored and beloved by the
whole American people nnd re
spected iby every civilized nation on
"Theodore Roosevelt, the citizen,
with steady and careful tread,
walked forward and upward, step
by step, from his boyhood home in
the great State of New York to the
White House, pausing here and
there on the way to play such part
in life's drama as his conscientious
conceptions of duty to his country's
best interest might direct or sug
gest, always following the wise
words of King Solomon that 'What
soever thy hand findcth to do, do it
with all thy might.'
"Theodore Roosevelt, the Presi
dent of the United States, while
wielding more power in shaping the
destinies or promulgating politics,
national and lasting in their charac
ter, than any other individual ruler
on earth, nevertheless indicates by
his daily life that he is ever ready
to meet philosophically and without
a murmur each day's indication of
the will of the Supreme Grand
Master on high thus illustrating in
a marked degree the typical na
tional characteristic of America, not
m Us narrow, limited and political
sense, but in the widest range of its
signifiication a happy blending of
the humble citizen without title,
pretense or circumstance, with ,the
wise and distinguished ruler of a
"So here's to the President of the
United States; may every success
and the sweetest peace of mind and
heart attend him through this com
"Kilauea Lodge, No. 330," was
responded to by Past Master Geo.
H. Williams. He told the story of
the growth and prosperity of Hilo
lodge and sprinkled his speech with
Brothers E. A. von
and J. M
pany with good songs.
The wit of the evening was fur
nished by F. II. Medcalf, W. M.
He asserted that Souza had stolen
his thunder and that the polished
speech he had prepared at the ex
pense of much midnight oil would
be stale after the eloquent treat
ment of the subject by Souza. Med
calf thereupon resorted to his mines
of pristine originality and slung
out several shovelsful of glittering
nuggets. His toast was, "lo tue 1
Master and Officers of the Coming j
Year." He entertained his hearers, j
"To Our Visiting Brethren"
brought out a neat response from
W. I. Madeira of Hawaiian Lodge,
"Our New Home," a topic dear
to every Hilo Mason, was discussed
by P. Peck, P. M. In a congratu
latory vein he spoke of the bright
prospects of Hilo Lodge, No. 330.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Hnndlennd Store JUG GAGE
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main 5
and Past Master Geo. H. Williams.
The new officers are: '
I Frank Arthur Medcalf, Master;
, Thomas Caldwell Ridgway, Senior
Warden; William Thomas.Baldiug,
Junior Warden; Adam Lindsay,
Treasurer; George Henry Vicars,
Secretary. Trustees John Troup
Moir, Elmer Ellsworth Richards,
Lorrin Andrews Andrews.
Connected with the ceremonies
was the presentation to Past Master
Williams of a beautiful Past Mas
ter's jewel. The presentation
speech was by J. U. Smith and was
in his happiest vein.
After these ceremonies the people
present repaired to the banquet
hall, where they partook of refresh
ments. The banquet spread was
such as only is seen at Masonic
hall once a year. An after dinner
program followed which for wit
and wisdom is seldom equalled at a
lodge festival anywhere. The pre
siding officer at the table was E. E.
Richards, P. M., who as toast mas
ter sailed under the following colors
"I'll live tomorrow, tis not wise to say;
Twill be too late tomorrow live today.''
He kept the spirits of the party at
high water mark between responses
and decorated his cap with a new
plume as a post prandial master of
The first toast "To the Grand
Lodge" was responded to by F
Souza, P. M., and twas said by
following speakers that he kept his
text alright but took in several
others as well. J. H. Howland
was down for two songs, but being
in Honolulu he thoughtfully left
two phonograph records with the
coon ditties he had been rehearsing.
The mechanipal substitutes were
not as good as the original Mr.
Howland, but they were deceivingly
H. E. Kelsey distinguished him
self as an elocutionist. His first
recital prompted an encore that
would not down until he unwound
himself a second time. "To the
President of the United States'
was drunk standing, and Judge Lit
tle made the neat response which
"My Brothers: In selecting me
to respond to this toast you have
conferred a twofold honor, that of
speaking a word about our distin
guished and beloved President as a
citizen and to do our Order, this
Lodge and myself the honor of re
ferring to Theodore Roosevelt as a
worthy brother master mason.
"Our Brother Theodore Roosevelt
has walked in the pathway of pro
gressive science and has advanced
step by step from one degree to
another until he has received in full
measure the lessons of honesty,
wisdom and virtue, which Masonic
history and philosophy, the wisdom
of the ages, impart.
"It is said that the Master's au
thority in a lodge is despotic as the
sun in the firmament, which was
placed there by the Creator never to
deviate from its accustomed course
until the declaration is promulgated
that time shall be no more. This
quality of pristine firmness in the
Masonic fraternity has been ab
sorbed by our President and Brother,
Roosevelt, who has endeavored to
inculcate upon all persons in the
publicservice that probity and force 1
of character so characteristic in
Cameron regaled the com-
The Hilo Tribune
PRICE PER YEAR, $2.50
The news from Hilo this year will
be worth keeping track of .. Read
the Tribune and find out if county
, government is an experiment.
Hilo Tribune Job Rooms
Where printing is done in
THE RIGHT STYLE
AND AT RIGHT PRICES
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GEO. MUMIJV, Mgr.
Front St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co'h Ruilding
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cameron is prepared to give esti
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work
ml to guarantee all work done.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
-! Agent of vessels of the "Mntsoti Line"
will be responsible for nnv debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' I GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
want to I
Advertise in new si1 m r- .
anywhere at ain time ft
call on or write
E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency.
Ill H MiTcliunt KxchuiiKii
SAN FRANCIOOO CAL.
Chamhkri.ains Cough Rkmkdy
is intended especially for coughs,
colds, croup, whooping cough and
influenza. It has become famous
for its cures of these diseases over a
large part of the civilized world.
The most flattering testimonials
have been received, giving accounts
of its good works; of the aggrnvat-
,. ling and persistent coughs it has
! cured: of severe colds that have
i ..!n1,l,wl ..... 1. itc or.nflii.irr
"This has been and is demon- " ..'' - b
strated in his everyday life, whether I f cls- a,.,d,of the genius attacks
as an author, soldier or President. j of cruP " ias c" tt sav,"S
There is a force in the character of!tl.,e llfe of the child. 1 he exteu
Mr. Roosevelt which seems as irre-js,ve use of lt h whooping cough,
sistibleand persuasive as the sun- has showu that U robs that disease
light; no external obstacle seems I of all dangerous results It is es
sufheient to limit or defeat his efforts j pecla,ly f mcd b' moth.ct ,,ecnus
in the interest of American states-!il c01!tai,,s nolh,,,B "'J""0"8 ad
manshipor goodgovernme.it. Each ifhere ,s ot the c1 lln"cr '" R,v"
new and unsolved problem is fear- j"' ,l' eve" to ba,,.,C1S; V T
, .. ., , r .,.!-..,, - ...i : cures and cures quickly. The Ililo
lessiy auu luiwiiuuy uiei, aim given ... .1.
due, prompt and business-like con
Drug Store sells it.
"Few men of his years in this
country have been so constantly and
Subscribe for the Trihunk,
Island subscription $2.50 a year.
Planing, Mouloiug, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATKR TANKS A SPKCIALTV. Household and all kinds of Furniture,
Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as new, at easy rates.
Manufacturer ol School Seats, Chinch Pews, and Redwood Guttcis, all size
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Noar Front St.
Choicest American and European Wiucs, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT