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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, .FEBRUARY ia, 1904.
'J. S. Canarlo Jr. arrivcil by the Klnau
Nlgcljiicksou c.uue up by the Klnau
bringing, a prisoner.
The St. Knlhcrliie silled from San
Francisco January 31.
Fresh cow for sate at a bargalit. In
quire at TKMUNlt office. 15
I'. M. Swatuy arrived bv the Klnau
Wednesday on business
Captain Niblack and wife go to Hono
lulu today by the Klnntt.
The Roderick Dim sailed from Sin
Francisco lor Hilo Jauu.iry 29.
Mrs, A. K. Stark leaves by the Klnau
t lay for her home in O ikland.
Rev. Curtis E. Shields will speak at
the Waiakea Mission Sunday night.
The Klnau arrived in Hilo before t o'
clock p. in. Wednesday, n record trip.
President Wight of the Wilder Steam
ship Co. arrived by the Kiunu Wednesday.
For SAUt: New Kramers Special
cushion frame bicycle for $37 cash. See
The Hilo Lodge Knights of Pythias
will give a smoker at their hall Saturday
evening, February 20.
A band concert will be given at Reeds
Island Sunday afternoon at 3:30 provid
ing the weather is fair.
Geo. W. Lockingtou advertises new
furniture. Look over his lines. Main
store Front street; warerooms on King
Governor Carter, Secretary Atkinson
and party left Hilo early Monday morn
ing for their trip through Puna and Ko
lapana. Any one wishing to teach a Japanese
class in the rudiments of the English lan
guage should communicate with Miss
Wight at the Waiakea mission.
The W. Rocky lot on Waiauucnue St.,
just inauka the Haley residence occu
pied by C. A. Stobie, is for sale at $1500.
Inquire of Mr. Rocky or at th" Tribune
Secretary Atkinson made an Investiga
tion of the conduct of L. I), llrowiu, pris
on luna, last Satuiday with the result
that Drown lost his job. Geo. W. Lock
ington was the principal witness at the
N. C. Willfong returned Wednesday
evening from Kau where he went on
business connected with the tax office.
Mr. Willfong reports that the leaf-hopper
is just now paying its respects to the Kau
The stock of magazines and periodicals
at the Waiakea Mission are running low
and Mfts Wight would appreciate another
supply. Send your stock of once read
literature to her and it will be of further
use and benefit. '
The Cotillion Club dance at Spreckels
Hall next Monday evening will be one
of the most interesting social cveuts of
the year. Itisalcap year and a St.
Valentine affair combined and should
not be missed by a single member.
Wm. S. Fleming, Ass. slant Attorney
General, has rendered an opinion to Road
Supervisor Sam Johnson, to the effect
that the Territorial law forbids the em
ployment on the roads of any but Ameri
can citizens or persons eligible for, im
A. P. Niblack, Liciilcnant-Couiuiauder
United States Navy, and Assistant In
spector of this lighthouse district, arrived
in Hilo Monday from Kau on his first
tour of inspection. Mrs. Niblack accom
pinied him, and while in the city they
were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
C, C. Kennedy.
Departing by Klnau.
C. L. Wight, M. E. Milner, W. P. Sul
livan, E. Hempstead, II. Orepstouc, G.
G. Albers.J. A. McClure, Col. Loutcr
bach, Col. W. D. Wiman, Mr. and Mrs.
Osborne, Paul Bartels and wife, Mrs, A.
15. Stark, H. E. Picker, J. II. Fisher,
Copt. Niblack and wife and Rev. J. Ke-lapi.
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I Belle of
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SRi&f ' The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies. JUll
9BMq It invites inspection. H rfSpX35
Bvl It is fearless of competition. KsS3JB
Wm ' PER GALLON IfjBHV
I $3.50 JBL
K"W Test Is hv'tastu and von will be eon. "" mH mH mw
JWl'fB' vinced that it has no rival.
H Hoffschlaeger Co.,
' Washington' Stlrtlnluy.
Next Monday is the anniversary of.
Washington's birthday and therefore a
holday. The people of Hilo always nli
serve the day in some form. This year
there will be sports nt Hooliilu Park.
The leading event as now planned will
be a gentleman's race. The horses that
will start arc Frank S., Defender. Dixie
Laud and Water Fall. The riders will
be well known patrons of the turf In Hilo.
Great interest is taken in the race ntld it
is hoped tint nothing will prevent it
from being pulled off. llesides this race
there will be athletic sports.
IttMurmhrrcd by Friends.
Mr. and Mrs, Paul H.irtels leave Hilo
today to reside in Honolulu. Their de
parture will be sincerely regretted in all
circles in this city. Yesterday Mrs. Bar
tels was presented with a fine gold watch
and pearl studded pin, the gift of the
Ladles' Social Circle and Messrs. C. C.
Kcnnady, J. A. Scott, J. T. Molr and
E. N, Holmes. The gift was in token
of the valuable services rendered by Mrs.
B.utels in church circles and especially
as a member of the Foreign Chuxch choir.
Saturday evening ut the residence ol
Senator Ilrowu at Reeds Pay Governor
Carter and Secret-try Atkinson were ten
dered a laau. The preparation of the
feast had been done on the most elaborate
scale and the party present never sat
down to a finer limit "I have attended a
good many luaus in my time," said the
Secretary, "but never have I seen so fine
a one as that at Senator Ilrowu 's Saturday
They've Spotted "llnstc."
In the left loge was Mr. John How
land nnd party. Mr. Howland is a keen
music-lover and was the pride of Boston
the four years he spent nt the Tech. His
voice Is a deep basso profundo, and he
will be a great acquisition to Honolulu
musical circles. I heard him last ycaV
in Hilo and we have a treat before us
I believe he is with Mr. Holloway in the
Public Works Department, so he has
come to stay. From the "Social side of
Life" in the Evening Bulletin.
Truth About I.uiiu. '
Htt.0, Feb. 11, 1904. .
To the Editorof the Hilo Tridunu.
Sir: In regard to the party given to
Mr. Kcpoikai at my house, I herewith
state that as an old friend of mine I gave
him this reception and invited Mr. Will
fong and Mr. G. W. A. Hapai as guests,
and not as was published in the papers
that they gave the party. I furnished
everything and Mr. Kcpoikai and others
were guests of mine.
JOHN T. BROWN.
C. L. Wight, F. M. Swauzey, W.
Schneider, Miss E. K. Poepoe, J. A.
Cuuha, Rev. G. Cutter, Dr. Hamamoto
and servant, Mrs. A. Dowe and child, J.
S. Canarlo, Jr., Col. W. S. Wyman, F. C.
M. Brown, M. G. Milner, W. C. Sullivan,
G. Hetnsted, H. Graystone, G. D. Albert,
J. A. McClhre, Col. Lauderback.
Dr. John Holland has permanently
located in Hilo.
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. F. Wills, Pahaln.
February Delineators and patterns ate
ready at Moses & Raymond's.
Honolulu Prlmo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Keep your clothes -hi shape. Set
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
See Webb: he repairs sowing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
iiuiuiuutuun, ujicuiiig Miles it specially.
SCALDS are always painful and fre
quently quite serious, but Chamberlain's
Pain Balm is it liniment especially suited
for such injuries. One application gives
relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug Store
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
'Chamiihki.ain's Pain Balm has an
enviable reputation its a cure for rheuma
tism. Abundant testimony is at hand to
show its wonderful elficacyiu curing this
painful and treacherous ailment. Pain
iiaim is a liniment and is uiiequaleo as a
speedy cure for sprains, bruises, burns
and scalds. One application gives relief.
Try it. The Hilo Drug Store sells it.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HOE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
An Old Time
I Mnlnr Milium. Ilir tiewlv annolntcd
Salvation Army officer who takes com
mand of the Army work on the Islands,
visited Hilo about ten years ago. At
that time he was managing editor of the
San Francisco War Cry, and as such pub
llshed a series of illustrated articles des
cribing the wonders of Hawaii, One of
the Illustrations was a full page litho
graph of the volcano.
The Major Is to remain in Hilo several
days and will conduct public! services as
appended: Saturday, Feb. 13II1, 7:30 p.
111., "Launching of the Red Crusade" in
the Salvation Army hall.
Sunday, it a.m., in the Army hall,
Subject "Is Holiness Possible." At 7:30
p. m Enrollment of recruits.
Tuesday. 7:30 p. 111. Covenant service.
Sunday, 2 p. ui. A service will be held
at Olaa In the public school building.
Monday, 7 p. m. A meeting will be
held in the Mission hall at Waiakea.
The public arc cordially invited to at
tend these services.
Special F.Iks Med I up.
District Deputy G. E. R.Chas. B.Coop
er of Honolulu attended it special meet
ing of Hilo Lodge No. 759 II. P. O. E.
last Saturday night, a special session hav
ing been called in consideration of his
visit. After the business session the new
House Committee made its debut as ca
terer on state occasions like this and dis
tinguished itself. The members and vis
itors present enjoyed the spread immense
ly. Brothers Cooper and Fisher from
616 told many talcs of how the herd on
Oahu was pulling through the winter.
At a late hour the company was honored
by the nppcarancc of Governor Carter
and Secretary Atkinson. They were ta
ken in hand by two policemen appointed
for the occassion. Both the Governor
and the Secretary gave satisfactory ac
counts of themselves to the Exalted Rul
er, after which they were permitted to
refresh themselves. '
The Ellis Suicide.
Charles J. Ellis, formerly a teacher in
the Hilo Boarding School, and at one
time a business associate with I. ERay
committed suicide at his home iu San
Francisco, January 27. Mr. Ellis was
without apparent trouble of any kind.
He married two years ago and his domes
tic life was pleasant and happy. He was
prosperous and wealthy. The day before
bis death he had been at his place of
busiuess and the evening before he had'
attended the theater with his wife.
From the testimony of Mrs. Ellis and
others, it appears that he shot himself in
the head while in bed. His wife-was be-
sichi him half asleep. Mrs. Ellis shrieked
and rushed outside for assistance. When
a physician arrived in a few minutes life
Island Projects Incorporated.
The purchasers of the Coerper interests
iu the Kona railway have incorporated in
San Francisco as follows: The Kailua
Sugar Company has been incorporated by
J. R. Sloan, C. B. Sloan, A. J. McBoylc,
W. G. Davis and John H. Hunt, with a
capital stock of 1500,000.
The Wilson-Lyon Construction Com
pany has been incorporated, with a capi.
tal of $750,000, by II. Wilson, F. G.
Drury, H. M. Oweus, H. S. Dimond, J.
A. Byrne and Frank J. Heuuessy.
llaiin Plantation Sued.
San Francisco, CaL, Feb. 6. The liana
Plantation Company through President
Hellman, has brought suit against the
former board of directors for $475,000
This amount it is claimed is due the
stockholders for alleged mismanagement
of the company's affairs. The company's
plantation is located at liana, Maui.
Alexander & Baldwin nrethc company's
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Yesterday was an old fashioned wet
one. The weather man had kept the city
dry as powder for a week for the special
benefit of Governor Carter ond his party
Early yesterday morning the windows of
heaven were opened as of old and the
dowupour was unintermlttent all day.
The rain gauge at Waiakea showed a fall
of five inches at 3 o'clock p. 111. This
was an eight hour stunt.
First Foreign Church.
Regular Sabbath servires, February 14,
1904: .11 a. m., Sermon, "Thy Kingdom
Come." Mtt. 6:10. 7:30 p. m Sermon,
"The Disciple Whom Jesus Loved."
All freight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains of vessels.
14-4 R. A. LUCAS & CO.
At the annual meeting of shareholders
in the HILO ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.,
LTD., held January 30, 1904, the follow
ing officers were elected to serve for the
John A. Scott, President,
C. C. Kennedy, Vice-Presieent.
W. T. Balding. Secreturyr
N. C. Willfong, Treasurer.
R. T. Gnard, Auditor.
W. II. Shipman, A. II. Jackson,
J. W. Mason.
W. T. BALDING, Secretary.
Hilo, February 4, 1904. 14-31
Notice to Mnrlnorft.
Notice Is hen by given that, owing to
the dredging operations now in
, tut; muz-
fairway entrance to HONOLULU HAR
BOR.T. IL, will this day be removed.
It will be replaced at the earliest date
By order of the Lighthouse Board.
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant-Commander U. S. N.,
Assistant Inspector Twelfth Lighthouse
The United States Government, having I
taken over the lights, beacons and buoys
iu the Territoiy of Hawaii on January 1,
1904, under the direct charge of the
Light-House Board of the Department of
commerce and Labor, nnd having consti
tuted the Hawaiian Light-House Service
a division of the Twelfth Light-House
District of the United States, and
The Territorial Government having, by
request, continued to operate the lights
and maintain the buoys mid beacons at
the expense of the Government of the
United States during the mouth of Janu
Notice is hereby given that on this day,
February I, 1904, the Department of
Commerce and Labor, through the duly
uppuiiiicu representatives ui 111c jigui
House Board, has taken over the lights,
beacons, buoys, etc., iu the Territory of
Hawaii, and will administer the same
under the laws and regulations of the
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
Hilo, Hawaii, February I, 1904. 15-3
DEPUTY TAX ASSESSORS, THIRD
E. Kaeha Kaiwa, Deputy North Hilo
Win. Geo. Kaihenul, Deputy South
Henry J. Lyman, Deputy Puna District.
W. A. Schwallle, Deputy Kau District.
Tuos. C, White, Deputy South Konn
J. Kaeleiuakulc, Deputy North Kona
Moies Koki, Deputy South Kohala
Wm. P. McDougall, Deputy Noith Ko
Wui. Homer, Deputy Hamakua Dis
trict. (Signed) N. C. WILLFONG,
Assessor Third Taxation Division.
Approved by A. N. Kepoikai,
14-4 Treasurer of Territoiy of Hawaii.
E. N. HOLMES
Wishes to announce the arrival of a full linopf MEN'S SHOES.
Also LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Come early to the CLOSING OUT SALE OF MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING. Good Clothing has never been offend iu Hilo before at
such prices. A clean cut of FIFTEEN TO TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT,
on all Clothing until it is all sold. See my windows today and Saturday
HABERDASHERY M. F. MCDONALD
CLOTHING AND HATS HILO
Ben Hup Sandals
We have just opened a complete stock of BEN
HUR SANDALS in children's, women's and
In light and heavy soles; these you will find to
oe 01 spiciKini value aim we In
vite a critical comparison of
them with the best shoes on the
market nt the same price, .
Election of Ofliccrs.
unwiu iii-iu mnu i-i,miiiiMu v.w., I
At the annual meeting of the KEAAU
LAND AND PLANTING CO, LTD.,
held on Saturday, the 30th day of Jatiu
ary, 1904, the following officers were
clecied for the ensuing year:
J. T. Moir. President.
C. E. Wright, Vice-President.
A. W. Richardson, Secretary.
L. Turner, Treasurer.
R. T. Guard, Auditor. '
The above-named officers, with F. B.
McStot ker and C. N. Prouty, constitute
the Bo'ird of Directors.
. W. RICHARDSON,
14. ' Secretary.
All persons indebted to the late J. T.
Silva of the Hilo Photograph Gallery,
and all creditors of the same, will please
pay their dues or present their claims to
the undersigned within thirty days from
date. FATHER OLIVER.
Hilo, February 5, 1904. 14-4
CHILD'S SCHOOL SHOES
Price, $1.50, $1.75
of Clothing 1
you will find to
Co., Ltd., Hilo
Wilder's Steamship Go.
Change iu Sailing Time of
I m a-
! Steamer "MAUI"
From the Coast.
Commencing FEBRUARY 5th, 1904, the
Steamer "MAUI," Bennett, Master, will
sail from HONOLULU at 5 p. m.
With Mall and Passengers.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51.tr
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
&' Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii. ,
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