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TilK WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY r5, 1904,
L. M. Whitehouse arrived in Wciliics
ilny lv tlic Klimu.
Win. Keolatiui will go to Ills farm lu
Olna ami rnise turn.
Sain l'cck came up by the Klnau Iruin
Honolulu this week.
J. Vierra iiml wife ilcp.nt ly the Kln.iu
today for Honolulu.
Air. and Airs. J. E. Metcalfe deputed
by the Kinau today.
The services of Geo. Knlhcuui 'll be
ret lined in the Tax Office.
Mr. and Mrs. T. IJ. Wall return to Ho
nolulu today by the Kinnu,
Work on the construction of the Wai
luku bridge has commenced.
J. IIowliuul leaves by the Kluau today
011 n business trip to Honolulu.
J. S. Cuuario mid Mrs. Ontario are pit
scngcrs by the Kinau today for Honolulu.
Dr. A. 11. Clnrk the dentist returns to
Honolulu today. He will return again
H. Vicars slipped while playing tenuis
the other day and iiT the fall dislocated
Two banana growers in the Hilo dis-
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inci imve izuu imneiies retiti lur una
J- Castle Ridgwny U making his regu
lar tour to the other islands as National
The engagement of M. de 1'. Spinola,
of the First Hank of Hilo, to Miss Henri
etta Carvalho de Mello, is nnuouiiced.
J. U Higgins, agriculturist for the Ha-
waii Experiment Station, is in the city
and will be present at the meeting of theJ
Hilo Agricultural Society to be held at
the rooms of Chas. Fumeaux tomorrow.
J. K. Metcalfe gave his last bachelor
dinner WednesJay evening at Demos
thenes' Cnfe. Those present were Dr. J.
J. Grace, Dr. Stow, A. Humbcrg, Cht.
Castendyk, Paul llartels, V. C. Cook and
R. R, Berg.
The friends of Captain Fetter gave him
a surprise at his home on Church street
Wednesday evening in honor of his
birthday. The evening was spent with
dancing and cards, u large company be
The Enterprise will sail next Tuesday
evening or early Wednesday morning
nnd will csrry more than 3000 bunches
of bananas. Cable announces that the
Rosecraus will be here February 15 for a
Jaretl Smith has requested that Hilo be
represented at the Farmers' Institute to
be held at Honolulu January 20. It is
probable that n representative will be se
lected at the meeting of the Hilo Agri
cultural Society tomorrow.
R. I. Lillie, the authorized agent for
the banana growers ol ttie Hilo Agricul
tural Society, will leave on the Enter
prise for San Francisco to complete ar
rangements for handling the Hilo ship
ments at that and other ports.
W. von Gravenmeyer has been danger- i
ously ill with hemorrhage of the slom
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ach nt his home in Piihouua the past
week. The gravity of the case resulted
in a call being sent by wireless for Dr.
Hoffman of Honolulu, who arrived
Wednesday evening by the Kinau. Air.
von Gravenmeyer's condition wns im
(loyernor Carter Coming.
Governor Carter will arrive in Hilo by
the next Kinnu. A letter from the Capi
tol building to E. E. Richards made this
statement, nnd further said that Superin
tendent Holloway cannot come to Hilo
until in February.
Site For Armory.
The Government lot mauka of the Fish
Market on Shipman street has been de-
elded upon for the Hilo Armory site.
(Captain Fetter has forwurded plans and
specifications for the building.
St. .lames' Mission.
Second Sunday (after Epiphany. 7:30
a m, Holy Eucharist; 11 a in, Matins nnd
sermon; 7:30 p ru, Evensong and sermon.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by'taste and yon will be con
viuced that it has no rival.
Couple Wedded nl lllith
J. IJ. Metcalfe, bookkeeper for the Ono.
men Sugar Company, mid Mabel lVck,
the youngest dau bier of Mr. and Mrs.
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I'. I'eck, wete married nl noon yesterday
nt the l'eck home in I'uuco. The wed
ding was private, no invitations being
issued. The ceremony was performed by
Key. Sidney II. Morgan, and was accord
ing to the Episcopal marriage ritual.
Miss Utility l'eck, a sister of lite bride,
was bridesmaid, and Dr. J. J. Grace was
best man. After the ceremony the com
pany was served with luncheon. The
parlor in which the ceremony was per
formed mid the tallies were prettily deco
rated. Mr. and Mrs. Metcalfe leave this morn
ing by the Kinau for Honolulu, connect
ing with the Korea for the Coast, where
they will 'remain for six weeks or two
months, after which they will return niul
reside nt 1'apalkou.
The bride ami groom arc two of Hilo'a
moat popular roclcty people.
Wclinp or Wril-Kiionn IIIIoHch nt
Wednesday nt noon at the residence of
I W II C Campbell, in Puna, Eugene Lyman
.nnd Clara Smith were united in mar
' ringc, Rev. 1'ather Ulrich officiating. The
ccicmony was performed in the presence
of only the relatives of the contracting
parties. After the ceremony lunch was
served and the wedding party departed
by train for Hilo.
The groom left Hilo on tils wedding
morn wearing the official title of Chair
man of the Hoard of Supervisors. On his
return in the afternoon u wireless tele
gram told of the nullity of the County
Act, but political surprises did not affect
the happiness of either bride or groom.
The bride is a sister of Airs. W. II. C.
Campbell and is beloved by a wide circle
of Hilo friends.
The regular monthly social at the First
Foreign Chinch will be held next Tues
day evening and will be in the nature of
a reception to Rev. and Airs, Shields.
All interesting program is being arranged
and nil nre invited to be present and
assist in making the evening n pleasant
one and the greeting to the new pastor
warm and cordial.
Departing by Kinnu.
S. Peck, A. E.Jordan, Aliss AI. Reis,
Wm. Ewnliko, J. G. Jackson, Dr. A. 11.
Clark, Dr. W. Hoffman, J. S. Canario
and wife, Joe Vierrn nnd wife, Aliss Don
ald, J. H. Howtand, E. J. Walker, Offer
gelt, T. Scott. T. F. Wall and wife, W. P
Zwilling. Air. and Airs. J. E. Aletcalf. ,
The bond of Tax Assessor Edmonds
I was npproved by the Hoard of Supcrvi-
sors at the meeting Saturday. The bond
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is fixed at $30,000 nnd is signed by W. G.
Walker of Ookala, E. Wery, J.T. Ilrown
and II. H. Drown of Hilo ns sureties.
Sam Peck, G. D. Wells, L. AI. White
house, Dr. Walter Hoffman nnd wife, AI.
J. Keelan.Tnmaki.J. A. Higgins, D. D.
Alacon achie, W. PJ Kreeling and wife,
G. Scott, W. P. Milne. W. Kraft, Harold
See Webb: he repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oit, cartridges ami
imiimiuition: nnenlnir safes n sncrinllv.
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If you wont to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
Jmluarv p.llu.rMS limi Delineators haw
aTtiwA nt .Mo,cs . Raymonds.
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keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Aloses & Raymond have a few choice
pieces of statuary fine for Christmas
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Aloses
! & Raymond
J Call and sec the latest improvement in
I sewing machines, just received at Aloses
;& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
I Scalds are ulways painful and fre
quently quite serious, but Chamberlain's
iPaiu balm is a liniment especially suited
for such injuries. One application gives
relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug Store
THE OLD RELIABLE
VAI.KXTINK HA LI,
I.iullcs Will llnvc Noli t'hargi' of
' Col I tl Inn Club Dunce.
New tKM nre niWnys in evidence at the
iCotillion Club parlies. The executive
committee held 11 nicctlit Tuesday night
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and In view or the desire to make special
plans for the Valentine bill In February,
it was decided to omit the January dance.
The Valentine dance will be in line with
the chlb's past successes and will be given
Monday evening, February 15. It will
be a leap year dance and as a consequence
the gentlemen will be nl the mercy of
the ladies. The ladies will have charge. I
To effectively regulate nlfairs, n police 1
force ha9 been organized which will cii-i
force the rules to the letter and collect
fines that may be imposed by the court.
The chief of the Police Department will '
be Mrs. U. b. Until win; Captains of Police
will be Mrs. Stacker and Mrs. Lewis;
Lieutenants will be Mrs. McKenncy niul
Mrs. Hice. These officials will be backed
by patrol women of courage.
There will nlso be n postoffice through
, which valentines will be delivered to
I those present. A. C. McKenncy has been
I appointed Postmaster under bonds of
1 $50,000 which hnve been approved by the
Hoard of Supervisors.
The decoration committee consists of
Mrs. II, L. Ross, chairman: Miss Scott,
Af.oa Qimiiiitr Atlaa Dull. t) lrt ntiltnit '
Miss Hatou, Miss Loebcustciu, Miss Mo
cine, Miss Souza, Hastings Howlaitd,
Wm, Rngsdale and Dr. M. Wachs.
J. C. Iturgcssof Koliala enmc to Hilo
the first of the week in his locomobile.
He shot the rapids of Alud Lane like a
boat taking n mountain-canyon. From
Houokaa the trip was made in about
seven hours. Air. llurgcss has not been
in Hilo since twelve years ago and says
the city has made remarkable growth.
He looks to the Koliala Railroad to re
deem the whole of East Hawaii, nnd
hopes if there is ever another county law
passed, that it will make the Island of
Hawaii one county.
An Economical Men I.
A. P. Schoett, proprietor of the Palm
restaurant, received the following dinner
order yesterday morning:
"Arnold: Have the "County Dill"
well done for n party of four nt dinner
tonight. Have crocodile tears and ele
phant sighs on the side."
First Foreign Church.
Regular services Sabbath, January 17.
Aloruitig "For the Ten's Sake," Gen.
18:32. Evening "Lost nnd Found,"
SIXTH SEMI-ANNUAL IIEL'OKT
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated March 15, 1901.
Close of Dusiucss December 31, 1903.
Dills receivable 3'4, 134.29
Call loans and overdrafts 2,376.93
Furniture and fixtures 5,811.55
Other assets 5.574.20
Due from banks 2.283.33
Cash and exchange 41,401.53
Capital stock pnid in $ 139,500.00
Undivided profits 24,584.20
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. STODIE, Cashier.
Examined and found correct.
JOHN T. AIOIR, )
JOHN J. GRACE, Directors.
J. S. CANARIO, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
5U1 day of January, A. D. 1904.
A. H. JACKSON,
Notary Public Fourth Judicial Circuit.
A truss is an important appli
ance and it is obvious that con
stant effort will be made for its
Every year does bring some im
provements, nnd wearers of trusses
should have the benefit of them,
In our stock we endeavor to pro
vide (ill that is practical as well as
Our long experience in fitting
trusses enables us to judge the
value of new ideas nnd our stock is
therefore an ideal one.
Any claims we make for a truss
we will guarantee.
KHOM UOYKKNOU CAICTKIt.
Wlllfonp; (Ins Orders to l'rocpeil
Willi Tux Olllcc. Work.
At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon N. C.
Wlllfong received a wireless message
from Governor Carter ns lollows:
"Resume charge Third Taxation Divis
Air. Willfong says thai lite Incidents of
the wist two weeks have put lite office be
hitiii with Its work, but that he wilt soon
swing things into shape again.
Will be received nt the office of the
supervisors of the coiuitv 1 f East Hawaii
ill Hilo until Tuesday. February 2, 1904,
nt 11 o'clock, for furnishing prison sup.
piles for the county of East Hawaii, in
quantities ns required during twelve
months from Fcbruory 2, 1904,
The supplies ordinarily used, for which
bids nre nsked, are:
Deans, white or bayo, per 100 lbs.
Fresh beef, 10 to 50 lbs. per day.
Salt beef, pork nnd salmon, per bill.
Hawaiian coarse salt, per loo lbs.
Hawaiian brown sugar, No. 1, per 100
Common soap, Haw. or Cat., per 100
Hawaiian No. I rice, per too lbs.
No. I flour, per bbl.
Irish potatoes, per loo lbs.
Medium hard bread, per II).
Sole leather per lb , by the side.
Cheap tobacco, per lb., by the box.
Chcnp tea, per lb , by the chest.
Codfish, Roynl baking powder and lard,
High lest kerosene oil, per case.
Paiai, per lb.
Picks nnd pick handles, per doz.
Shovels with handles, per doz.
Sledge hammers nnd steel wedges, per
Giant powder, per ense.
Hoes and hoe handles, per doz.
Drugs and medicines.
Strong working shoes, with genuine
leather counters, per dozen. Samples to
be submitted for inspection with bid.
Strong woolen blankets, per dozen.
Samples to lie submitted for inspection
Prison shirts, prison pants, prison hats,
prison rain coats, per dozen.
All clothing to be made of AmoskcaL'
heavy blue denim.
All" supplies to be delivered free of
charges nt the Hilo prison, in quantities
as required, and subject to the inspection
of the sheriff.
Tenders will be received nnd consid
ered on any one of the "nrticles enumer
ated in the nbove list, Hint the various
bidders may be awarded such lines of
goods as he has bid the lowest on.
The board does not bind itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
Dids should be endorsed "Tenders for
Prison Supplies for County of East Ha
waii." Nl K. LYMAN,
1 1-2 County Clerk.
E. N. HOLMES
Is Showing a Complete Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
5 I want to dispose of all
the odd pieces of hend
: gear that I have, and I
sr am willing and have made
: prices that are a loss to
S me, but they must be
H sold. SEE WINDOW
The Dandy Shiner
Weighs less than
H Jii JwB AL'mrsiMi
Economic Shoe Co., Ltd, Hilo
The annual meeting of the Hilo Elec
tric Light Co., Ltd., will be held at the
office of the company on Saturday, Jan
uary 30th, 1904, at 3 p in.
Wm. t. DALDING,
1 1 3 Secretary.
From and after date rents for tele
phones will be due monthly nnd payable
II 1 to and Hawaii TittKinioxit and
E. E. RICHARDS,
1 1-4 Treasurer.
ROBERT INNES LILLIE
Exporter of Island Produce.
Dooks Kept and Audited.
Room 1, Spreckcls' DIock, - Hilo
Wagons and Buggies
Stoves and Flanges
Men's Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Carpets and Matting
At Popular Prices
SPECIAL SALE OF
At. F. AIcDONALD, HILO
Price 1 OH
A handy device for holdlnc
n siioc pcr-
fectly rigid while being cleaned nnd polislicd
with a cloth or brush. Hiuh 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 Regular Service, connecting with
Steamer "Alameda" for Ports
Commencing January 1, 1904, the Wil-
tier's Steamship Co. will dispatch the
To connect with the
Sailing on the day of her arrival at 12 tn.,
carrying U. S. mail, passengers
Tills steamer has been recently re-fitted
nnd provided with large, well-ventilated
deck staterooms and all modern accom
modations. Above schedule is subject to change
without previous notice.
Wilrtor's Steamship t;o.
Weber piano for sale, at
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
E. N. HOLMES