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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO,
FRIDAY, JANUARY a9, 1904,
: TiffiJ l-T
1. Peck returned by the Kinau Wedncs
day. ) F. L. Hatch arrived ,!y the K limit
Mrs. Jos. Vierra cuuie hoinr Wcdnes
day from lluiiululn.
Sheriff Audreys returned from lliiii.ti
kua Wednesday night.
The Susquehnnuu is expected to nrrive
in IIllo Tor sugar soon.
Mrs. K. Nawnhi was unions the tirriv its
hj the Kiiinti Inst Wednesday.
T. C. Ridgway returned by the Kinau
from 11 business trip to Honolulu.
Mrs. W. II. llccrs 1ms licun seriously ill
the past few days, but is improving.
II. W. Keech, luprescnting the Hono
lulu Iron Works, tame up by the Kinau.
J. S. Canario and wile returned by the
Kiimu Wednesday from n visit at Hono
lulu. Fred llraynmn received the news this
week of the death of his father in Miehi
Kan. The nnnual meeting of the congrega
tion of the First Foreign Church was held
Mrs. L. A. Thurston mid child arrived
by the Kinau Wednesday and will visit
the Volcano House.
S. Watkius, manager of the Hawaiian
Fertilizer Co. ut Honolulu was in the
city this week on business.
Alter Governor Carter gets through
with Hilo he will visit I'uuii as inr as
Knlapaua and will then go to Kan.
In the Federal Court yesterday, orders
of final discharge were umdc in the bank
ruptcy cases of II. I.. Jones and Kishi
Tne S. S. Hawaiian cleared yesterday
for Dcleware Bteakwaler with sugar from
Hilo as follows: l'epeekeo Sugar Co.,
4000 bags', Waiakea, 4000 bags.
II. Rosenberg, manager of the new
store on Waiauueuue street advertises in
the Tridunk the 11rriv.1l of a large stock
of mens furnishings, clothing etc.
At the stock holders meeting of the
Kohnln-Hilo Railroad held at Honolulu
Monday, Mr. Thos. C. Riilgway was
elected secretury of the corporation.
A. B. Loebenslcin returned Wednesday
from Hamakuu and Kohahi. He accom
panied Governor Carter, nl the Gover
nor's request, on Ills laud inspecting
The tug Couuselman is out of commis
sion and at the government wharf while
her boilers are being retailed. In the
meantime the Wilder lpats will look alter
the tug business.
Reports from Honomu are conclusive
that G. A. Stark committed suicide.
. Those fully acquainted with all the cir
cumstances say that at no time was a sus
picion of foul play justified.
Senator Palmer Woods arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday and will remain in the
city while the Governor and party are
here. Senator Woods is making his head
quarters at the Bachelors' Club.
Geo. H. Williams has received his com
mission as Deputy Laud Commissioner
' for this district. The two districts of
East Hawaii have been consolidated, Mr
Williams having charge of the whole.
See Webb: he repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
Quarter Master Reeves of the S. S. Ha
waiian will not continue with this ship
this voyage- but will go to the murine
hospital at Honolulu for repairs. In an
accident on deck at S.m Francisco.
Reeves' jaw was broken and it has not
At a meeting of the Cotillion Club at
the home of Mrs. Rice last Tuesday even
ing a new rule was adopted creating 11
non resident class of membership. Mem
bers living out of town more than four
miles may pay $2 for each dance attended
in place nf,$i for each and every dance,
as they choose. W. I. Madeira and W.
II. Smith were added to the Decoration
Committee for the Valentine Dance.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It iuyites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by'tnste nnd you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
Drnnnrd nl l'npittkou.
A second fatality to n member of the
Maui ciew occurred nl l'apaikou last j
Wednesday. A week ago n Japanese was '
. ... , ...... .. -1 .
.irownc.i. wciiicMiayu was kiuihiuui. jui1kc i,ntc opened Federal Court yes
a Hawaiian from PcpceWo. With others . ,en,nv ,,,, (ll lhe UBIln, forln, T)le
nc was in n ooai m worn, me cove ucu g
A blind swill came In smlilcllly
capsiritig the boat. All but Kawainui
swam to the Maui. He struck out for the
shore but was killed on the rocks.
The Wilder S. S. Company provided
for the lunei il which was held nl l'epee
keo ycsRnUy. The company paid the
undertaker and secured vehicles for the
family of the unfortunate young man.
A Japanese murdered his wife last Mon
day nt the home of Mrs. Rickard, near
Honokna, in presence of Mrs. Rickard and
her daughter, lloth Japanese had been ser
vants in the Rickard home. Mrs. Rickard
was paiug the woman when in jumped
her husband mid stabbed her fatally.
Miss Rlcknrd rushed between the enraged
Japanese and his wife and the descending
knife pierced her right nrm. The mur-
derei ran from the house nnd escaped.
Sheriff Andrews was notified and he at
once took up the matter but has louud
no trace of the fugitive.
Captain Thos. K. Ctarkr, Judge S. 11.
Dole, F. L. Winter, A. Kcpoikai. A. M.
Drown, I. I'cck, J. S. Canario and wife,
Mrs. J. Vierrn, Mrs. D. O'llrien, J. J.
Dunne, F. F. Holt, Mrs. A. A. llravmcr,
12. II. F. Wolters nnd wife, C. A. Hayes,
II. W. Keechc, T. C. Ridgway. Mrs. K.
Nawahi, W. P. Hopkins, W. A. Hadden,
C. Girdlcr, K. Nnknko. O. Stillman, F.
L. Hatch, S. Watkius, S. M. Lillie. F. II.
Nelson, Rev. Iacn, W. F. Speyer, Mrs. L.
. Thurston and child, Miss Potter, E.
. Kelley. 1). Senrles and wife.
F. K. Clarke, C. A. Hayes, G. H. Em-
ersou and wife, Master Emerson, J)r.
Emerson, T. R. Robisou, G. Hell, J. H.
Howland, Mrs. C. Reinlmrdt, J. E. Hig-
gius, Miss McMillan, Miss I,. Merchant,
C. II. Merchant nnd wife, F. L. Hatch, J.
J. Dunne, P. C. Huzzcli.Ch.i4. Girdlcr, F.
S. Holt, D. Scarls mid wife, S. T. Alex
ander, C. II. Dickey, F. G. Nelson, E. A.
Kelley, Miss Alexander, .A iss Wimple, C.
Hagens, W, M. Speyer, A. A. Drayuier
Judge Dole Iteniulns Over.
Judge Dole said to n TuiliUNK reporter
that his trip to Hilo this time was the
coldest he had ever made. He was pleased
to see the great white satiny cloak of snow
which covers miles of the slopes of Manna
Kca and likes the invigorating crispucts
of 60 decrees above. Judge Dole will not
return to Honolulu by the Kinau today,
but will remain in the city a week to visit
friends. While in the city he will stop at
the Severance home.
Moving lny In I'uiico.
This mouth sees n general moving of
families in Puueo. The Pecks, iuvolun
tarily, move into the McKay .house. Mrs.
Ridgway and family go into the Fairer
house, to be vacated by the Gurneys. The
Gurucys go the Hilo Hotel cottage. Mrs.
Loebcustciti and daughters will move
into the Vicars house, Mr. and Mrs.
Vicars move to n suite above the Economic
Among the Territorial and Federal offi
cials arriving in Hilo by the Kinau this
week were Federal Judge S". II. Dole, Dep
uty U. S. Marshal F. L. Whiter, Deputy
U. S. District Attorney J. J. Dunne,
Treasurer A. N. Kcpoikai and High Sher
iff A. M. Brewn.
(,'urter Here Sunday.
The latest reRrts yesterday w ere that
Governor Carter and party would arrive
in Hilo Sunday afternoon or evening.
The plans for entertainment will crystal-
ize as soon as the visitors arrive.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, January 31 Morning: "The
Price of n Life." Job, 2-4, Evening:
"Simon, the Sou of Jonah." This will
begin a series of evening studies in the
life and work ol the apostles.
February Delineators and patterns nre
ready at Moses & Raymond's.
Scai.us are always painful nnd fre
quently quite serious, but Chamberlain's
rain iiaim is a liniment especially suited
for such injuries. One application gives
relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug Store
THE OLD RELIABLE
JUIH1K IMH.K'S COURT.
First ('linrjri' In FedoriiMJrund Jury
, C of rl(, -, flowed n large,
........... ,..,,,,... .....i ...eclal venire was
issued, returnable at 3 o'clock. The
Grand Jury was called, and the following
gentlemen took their places in the jury
W. A. Hadden. N. F. Burgess, Chas.
11... .. .mrr
Judge Dole rend his chnrgc, which was
the ordinary formal words of instruction,
lo which was added special instruction
concerning penalties and statutes against
illicit liquor distilling nnd traffic. The
opening sentences of the charge were:
"Gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
"You have been called here as mem
bers of the Grand Jury of the United
States District Court of the Territory of
Hnwaii during the term of court just
opening. The duties which will devolve
upon you are of grave importance. Ily
the Constitution of the United States it
is prescribed that no person shall be held
to answer for a capital or otherwise in
famous crime unless upon a presentment
of indictment of a Grand Jury, except in
cases arising in the laud or nnval forces,
or in the militia when in actual service in
time of war or public danger.' "
Judge Dole appointed George N. Day
foreman and made Enoch Brown bailiff
of the Grand Jury,
W. C. T. U. Hectluir.
The annual meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union was held
Inst Friday in the Haili Church. The
election of officers resulted in the choice
of Mrs. R. A. Lyman, President, and
Mrs. Terry, Secretary and Treasurer.
The society is oul of debt and has closed j
a yood year's work. The efforts of these '
women have kept bible teachers among
the Hawaiian?, and given assistance to
the Salvation Army nud the Haiti Church.
The union meetings will be continued
through the coming year as n feature of
Roy Chamberlain, Collector of Internal
Revenue, nnd F. L. Drake, his deputy,
have been in Hilo the past week. They
are here on business in the Federal Court
nnd took occasion to make an extended
tour of- this Island. Mr. Chamberlain,
who has a practical eye, is vastly pleased
with the future prospects of the Big Isl
and. He pins big faith to the Kona dis
trict and predicts that it will one day be
very rich. Mr. Chamberlain and Mr.
Drake will go through the Hamakua dis
P. Peck, Mrs. Peck and their daughters
wish to thank the people of Hilo for the
prompt assistance rendered them at the
burning of their home Inst Monday. They
express deepest appreciation of the spon
taneous efforts which saved the bulk of
their personal effects from the burning
I will sell at public ntictiou at the
rooms opposite the Volcano Stables, at
1:30 p. in. today, a lot of household goods,
furniture, office chairs, tables, etc.
I. E. RAY, Auctioneer.
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters,
Apply T. F. Wills, Pahala.
A KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
svAf F. and A. M. There will be a
stnted meeting of the above
lodge Saturday evening, Jan.
30, 1904, nt 7:30 p 111. Work in third
degree. Sojourning mid-visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
; of To-Day
Gcrdlev. W. B. Hopkins, I. S. Lnen, II. ,nii. r ii ,i
I sM Il I tnucs I P Fer.rn.uW q "" ""'"""' " K- IU1U II1C OC qiUUUJ' OC 3
A truss is mi important appli
ance and it is obvious that con
stant effort will be made for its
Every yeur does bring some im
provements, nud wearers of trusses
should havcthe benefit of them.
In our stock we endeavor to pro
vide nil that is practical us well us
Our long experience in fitting
trusses enables us to judge the
value of new ideas and our stock is
therefore uu ideal one.
Any claims we make for a truss
we will guarantee.
I'l.AKTH TO III! l.NSI'lUJTKI).
Utiles Adopted lo Keep
The Commissioners of Agriculture and
Forestry of the Territory created by act
44 of the Legislature of 1903, have up
pointed the deputy collectors of customs
in thevnrlous sub-ports of the Territory,
honorary inspectors to enforce the law in
their respective jurisdictions. Deputy
Collector J. Castle Ridgway of Hilo has
been commissioned to inspect all ini)or
purpose 01 determining
such articles are free from insects, blight,
scale and disease injurious or liable to
become injurious to trees, plants or other
vegetation of value. The net authorizes
the detention, nnd examination of nil
suspicious Importations of this character
by the government entomologist, nnd if
found to be dangerous to plant life within
the Territory, to disinfect or destroy the
same. The importation of these articles
excepting hay, grain, fruit, vegetables
and nuts for immediate consumption, is
permissable only through the port of
Honolulu after government inspection.
Vessels nrriviug in this or other ports of
the Territory with b.tllnst consisting of
soil, sand, or rocks or stone having soil
adhering thereto are prohibited from
landing the same hut nil such ballast
must be dumped overboard nt sea. The
violation of any of the provisions of the
act is made a misdemeanor, punished by
a fine not to exceed $500 or imprison
ment within the discietiou of the Court.
reference to the burning of the
Peck residence last Monday, I desire to
state that the house was wired and the
wiring was approved by the agent of the
Hoard of Underwriters nnd unless tam
pered with by some irresponsible person,
the fire could not possibly have originated
from this source.
J. C. MOCINE,
Supt. II. E. L. Co.
Card of 'I'luuiks.
The members of the Hilo Burns Club
wish to express their thanks to the men
and women who, by the contribution of
their lime nud talents, made! the Burns
coucert n success. Sincerely,
Honolulu Primn beer fresh from the
keg nt Demosthenes, two drinks for a
E. N. HOLMES
Is Showing a Complete Stock of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Got a Boy?
lLt7ctirl.T':di:" Cadet" Shirt Waists
S for boys in fancy and white; si.cs 6 to 14. I want to 2
rr sell them quick and have
We have just opened n complete stock of BEN
IIUR SANDALS in children's, women's and
In light and henyv soles; these you will find to
ite ui spiciKiui value and we in
vite 11 critical comparison of
tlie;n witli the best shoes
market at the same price, .
BISHOP & CD.
Honolulu - - Oahu, H. I.
Transact n General Banking and Ex
Commercial and Traveller's Letters of
Creditissued, available in all the nrincinal
cities of the world.
Special attention eiven to the business
entrusted to us by our friends of the other
Islands, either us Deposits, Collections
Insurance or requests for Exchange.
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
Dr. J. Holland Office nt residence,
Wnianuenue street. Special hours: 10
to 12 a. m., a to 3 and 7 to 8 p. 111. All
other hour.sexcept when professionally
Wagons and Buggies
Stoves and Ranges
Men's' Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Cans
Carpets and Matting
At Popular Prices
Good Goods at Low Prices 2
marked the 65 quality 50C 3
you will find to
Co., Ltd., Hilo
, Wilder 's Steamship Go.
Change in Sailing Time of
' From the Coast.
Commencing FEBRUARY 5th, 1904, the
Steamer "MAUI." Bennett, Master, will
sail from HONOLULU at 5 p. m.
With Mail and Passengers.
Wilder's Steamship Co.,
Weber piano for sale, at
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
E. N. HOLMES
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE