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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY,
Go to the race next Monday.
C. P. Benton gois to Honolulu today.
J. I). Kennedy Is nl the Volcano House.
AIIktI Homer was in the city Moiuluy.
The ttlal jury is excused until Tuesday
1,. A. Thurston Mrriveil by the Kiunu
Miss Nellie Porter came home liy the
The Hnterprlse left. San Francisco
. Satunlay, February 13.
P. V. Thrum arrived In the city
Wednesday by the Kinau. t
A. H.Jackson leaves today for a busi
ness trip through Hatnakua.
1). S. Ilowmnn goes to Honolulu today
on Hoard of Health business.
Mr. and Kirs. Highlower were among
arrivals by the Roderick Dim.
Praukliu Howland came in front Pa
.paaloa to attend the Valentine dance.
C. V. llultlwln left Hilo yesterduy to
inspect the schools through Hatnakua.
Mr. and Mrs. Hightower are passen
gcrs by the Kinau today for Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. MoKenney expect
to get away to the Coast 1 arly in April.
G. Supe returned by the Roderick Dim
from u visit at his otd home in Michigan.
The band gave mi excellent concert
last evening nt the Hilo Hotel grounds.
A vigorous earthquake vis. led Hilo
Thursday forenoon between 10 and 11
Governor Geo. R. Carter and parly sail
today from this Island, taking the Kinau
The Ltisilana Social Club gave, a pleas
ant social ami dance last Friday evening
at Serrao's hall.
Miss Etta Loebcnstein will discontinue
teaching at the Pupaikou school at the
close of this mouth.
Letters from G. Hell and Hastings
Howland, late of Hilo, complain of the
wet weather at Honolulu.
.Mr. Kulafna, a teacher at the Hilo
Boarding School will spiak at the Waia
kea Mission Sunday night.
Miss Klvira Richardson returned by
the Roderick Dim Monday from an ex
tended visit on the Mainland.
The last entertainment given to Gover
nor Carter and turty on this ttip will be
a luncheon served at noon today at Ka
waihae. Deputy Attorney General V. T. Raw
lins came up by the Kinau Wednesday to
represent the Territory in the February
term of court.
A pleasant surprise party was given
Wednesday evening at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Lucas in honor of Miss
Lehmaun the tailor has moved u few
doors tuakai on Waianueuue street. Ca
nario the tailor has moved into rooms on
J. G. Serrao is erecting a new stone
store building 011 Shipmait street. It will
be occupied by Quni with a general
Mr. and Mrs. McStockcr gave a dance
Tuesday evening at the Olua Club House
in honor ot Mrs. L. A. Thurston and Miss
Potter of Sioux City, I.i.
J, M. Muir, for many years bookkeeper
for the Houokaa plantation, has resigned
tojjo to Makawcli. Mr. Muir will prob
ably be succeeded by a Hilo man.
The Knights of Pythias will entertain
their friends at a smoker Saturday even
ing, February 20, Invitations have been
issued and 11 tine time is anticipated.
The Chinese of Hilo wound up an en
thusiastic celebration of their New Year
Wednesday night with u big luau at the
home of Alt Hip on Pouahawat street.
Mrs. M. F. McDonald and children
leave by the Roderick Dim for Alameda,
California. Mr. McDonald will join
them later and locate in business some
place in the Northwest.
Claude L. Bidgood and Miss Carrie
Clews of San Bernardino, California, will
be married in Hilo shortly after the
arrival of the Enterprise. Miss Clews
will arrive by that steamer.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by'taste and you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
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Ueiitleuirn's liner and
lloolulit Park Monday.
Next Monday is Washington's birth
day and will be a general holiday. There
will be good racing at Hoolultl Park.
The chief attraction w ill be a gentlemen's
riding race The horses are the favorites
ol the Hilo track, and the riders while
not of jockey weight are even enough in
avoirduj'iU to guarantee each horse a fair
show. In litis race Clir. Caslcudyk, C.
N. Prouty, Ronald Kennedy and Dr.
Curtis will ride.
The Pepeekeo baseball team will cross
bats with the Hilo railroad Iwys. The
admission price Is 50 ceul.i to all parts of
the grounds, Races begin at 1:30 sharp.
Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Ross leave for a
trip home the latter part of Marcl)
Ross will return to Hilo after a few weeks
at home and at St. Louis. Mrs. Ross
will remain in the States until fall.
A large consignment of drugs, etc., ar
rived this week from Honolulu for the
us; of the Walakea Mission. The sup
plies were sent by the Board of Health
which recognizes the excellent work be
ing done by Miss Wight.
E. N. Holmes was called to Houokaa
the latter part of last week by the serious
illness of M. V. Holmes. Dr. J. J. Grace
accompanied him. Mr. Holmes returned
Wednesday evening and reports his
brother very much belter. '
The Susquehanna sailors to the num
ber of twenty-one abandoned the boat in
Hilo bay last Saturday and aie still about
town looking for a lay. They slated that
they left because they were starved
aboard. The ship will be loaded by
H. Hackfeld & Co.
James Castle, Geo. Castle, Percy While
and Mr. Spindle were in the city a couple
of days this week, and while here were
guests at the home of 11. P. Scliocu. They
have made a tour of this Island and will
return to Honolulu in the Kinau today.
They left Hilu Wednesday and will finish
Hawaii with an inspection of the llama
kua and Kohala country.
The Kinau sails the inter island seas
now at a speed she never attained before.
This trip she came from Honolulu to La
haina in 5 hours and 55 minutes against
strong. wind and seas. She owes her new
pace to a new propeller wheel of greater
diameter and different curvature of blade
from her former one. She averaired
thirteen miles an hour coming up this
Dr. John Holland has permanently
located in Hilo.
Fresh cow for sale at a bargain. In
quire at Trihunk office. 15
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. F. Wills, Pahalo. -February
Delineators and patterns are
ready at Moses & Raymond's.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
For Sai.k: New Beatuers Special
cushion frame bicycle for J37 cash. See
Keeb your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
If you desire to meet the justly cele
brated Paul Jones call at Serrao's whole
sale liquor house.
Sec Webb: he repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
ammunition; opening safes .1 specialty.
NoriCK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' I GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
The Hilo Drug Store has received a
new line of Baby Foods, Patent Barley,
Milk Sugar, Eskay's Food, Wyeth's
Food, Peptigenie Milk Powder, Mellm's
Food, Malted Milk all sizes. Headquarters
for Baby Food and supplies.
The famous Paul Jones whiskies, made
in Kentucky, can now be had in Hilo.
G. Serrao has secured the exclusive
agency for the Paul Jones brand and in
vites trial orders. He received a large
stock by the Roderick Dim, both bourbon
Cjiamiikkj.ain'.s Pain Hai.m has an
enviable reputation as 11 cure for rheuma
tism. Abundant testimony is at hand to
show its wonderful efficacy in curing this
painful and treacherous ailment. P.iln
Balm is a liniment ami is unequaled as a
sneedv cure for snraius. bruises, burns
ami scalds. One application gives relief.
Try it. The Hilo Drug Store sells it.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HEXE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
DKl'UTY SUMMIT KKTTKIt.
Til p Itppniillciiu I'rrclncl L'miimlHee
Took Action Wednesday. ;
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The Republican precinct committee ,
met Wednesday evening and settled the
matter of a Deputy SherilTfor this Island
by endorsing the name and application
of Captain W. A. Fetter. Captain Fetter
has utade an excellent record as com
manding officer of .oiiipauy Daud brings!
to the office of Deputy Sheriff many ex
cellent qualities, among which is a loyal
republicanism. The vote was very close
belween Fetter anil II. S. Overend, stand
ing 7 to 6. The other applicants for the
place were H. Kendall and J. W. Moa
nautl. Capt. 1). II. Brown had withdrawn
his application. It is understood that the
choice of Sheriff Andrews for deputy was
J. W. Moaiiauli first and Captain Fetter
The Committee also endorsed Tom
Rickard for the position of captain of
police in Hatnakua in place of John Kc
liipuole, the latter having taken part in
opposing the Republican ticket last fall.
T. M. Rowland was endorsed as a police
captain in Hilo. Action on the applica
tion of B. II. Brown was deferred. The
committee endorsed all the other police
officers now holding office under An
drews. Remember This.
"There are things to be seen by the
volcano visitor other than the volcano
itself. The trip to Kilauea must be made
overland and the country is three fold
more beautiful viewed from the stage
than from the decks of a steamer even
though you may be able to enjoy the
latter. From Hilo to Kilauea there are
virgin forests of magnificent beauty.
Tree ferns enclose the wood on either,
side while in the thick undergrowth is a
touch of color here and there. Wild
raspberries arc plentiful along the road
side, luscious and red and good to cat.
Wild roses and cultivated roses also Hue
the way and the road is one oi the best
in the Islands. A stage ruus from one
side of the island to the other and it is
always best to come up by way of Hilo
and return from Hottuapo, or from Ho
imapoand then back by way of Hilo."
Fcurnnry Term Court.
The February term of the Fourth
Circuit Court convened Wednesday at 10
o'clock. The calling of the Grand jury
was deferred until Thursday awaiting the
arrival of Deputy Attorney General
Rawlins. Thursday morning the Grand
jury was impaiineled and charged and
sworn, E. E. Richards being appointed
foreman. Judge Little's charge was the
usual formal instruction regarding the
duties of Grand juries and methods 01
conducting their work. The trial jury
was excused until Tuesday.
The fishery cases were all continued
to next term, Elia Naotte, charged with
assault wiih intent to commit murder,
pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and was
fined $25 and costs. Default was entered
in the case of I. E. Ray vs Lim Fat.
Major Milsaps and Ensign Lewis will
visit a number of plantations to hold
Salvation Army meetings. They leave
Hilo Wednesday, February 17, and will-
conduct services that evening 7 p. m. at
Hdkalait; Laupahoehoe, 7 p. m. the 18th;
Kukaiau, the 19th; Houokaa, Saturday,
20U1 and Sunday, 21st, at 11 o'clock. At
7 p. in. a meeting will be held at Paau
hau; Tuesday, 23rd, 7 p. tn. at Waipio;
24th at Kukuihaele; 25th at Waimea.
The public ore cordially invited to attend.
The trial jurors for the February term ,
of court are as follows:
Geo. F. Hall, W. D. Schmidt, Olto W.
Rosy, Peter Gibb, W. F. McMauus, E. J.
Weight, A. S. Wall, Gus Supe, John
Bohuenberg, John Jesus, R, McKeuzie,
Herman Ludwig, Geo. II. Williams, D.
McKenzlc, A. B. Lindsay, A. E. Stapk'6,
J. A. Smith, H. A. Victor.-John Will
cock, J. M. Smith, Wm. Conradt, Chas.
Swain, Wm. Hay, John D. Kennedy, C.
N. Prouty, Geo, Kaisor.
Departing by Kliiuu.
Miss E. M. Brown, C. P. Benton, F.
M. Swanzey, II. C. Brown, W. A. Cowley,
D. S. Bowman, A. F. Brown, Mr. and
' -1lrs- nigmowcr, kcv. juo man sing.
i " Kawailiat Gov. Geo. R. Carter,
Sec. A. L. C. Atkinson. R. S. Hosiner,
1 L. Meyer, W. F. Drake, G. P. Castle, J.
I P. Castle, J. P. Spindle, P. W. Wight.
I The new steel bridge across the Wai-
I luku river on Bridge street will soon be
ready for traffic. The props were krfocked
froiu under it this week and rivetting the
braces is gi ing forward. The bridge is
om of the best in the Islands and is an
l improvement which Hilo thoroughly ap
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Feb. 21, 1904. 11 a. in. Man
became a living Soul. Gen. 2:7. 7:30 p.
in. Andrew and Philip.
Fresh Primo beer 011 draught at the
Union Saloon; good lunch on the side
board; hearty welcome extended.
The W. Rocky lot on Waianueuue St.,
just uiauka the Haley residence occu
pied by C. A. Stobte, is for sale ut J1500.
The lot is 66x150 feet, fronting 011 Waia
nueuue street. A 5 foot alley extends
along lower hide. Inquire of Mr. Rocky
I or ut 111 Tribune office.
The United Slates Government, having
taken over the lights, beacons nml mioyi 1
in the Territory of Hawaii on January I,
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Light-House Board of the Department of
commerce and Labor, nml having consti
tuted the Hawaiian Light-House Service
a division of the Twelfth Light-House
District of the United States, and
1 1 lie Territorial liovernme 111 Having, oy
request, continued to operate the lights
and maintain the buovs and beacons at
the expense of the Government of the
United Stales during the month of Janu
Notice is hereby given that on this day,
February I' 1904, the Department of
Commerce and Labor, through the duly
appointed representatives of the Light-
House Board, has taken over the lights,.
beacons, buoys, etc., in 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, Februar? 1, 1904. 15-3
DEPUTY TAX ASSESSORS, THIRD
E. Kaeha Kaiwa, Deputy North Hilo
Wm. Geo. Kaiheuui, Deputy South
Henry J. Lyman, Deputy Puna District.
W. A. Schwallie, Deputy Kau District.
Thos. C. While, Deputy South Kona
J, Kaeleinakulc, Deputy North Kona
Mo.cs Koki, Deputy South Kohala
Win. P. McDougall, Deputy North Ko
Wm. Horner, Deputy Hnmakua Dis
trict. (Sigjied) N. C. WILLFONG,
Assessor Third Taxation Division.
Approved by A. N. Kkpoikai,
14-4 Treasurer of Territoty of Hawaii.
BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF
AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY.
The importation into the Territory of
Hawaii of all banana fruit, banana shoots
or plants from all Islands of the South
Pacific Ocean and Seas is hereby pro
hibited until further notice.
C. S. HOLLOWAY.
Secretary juid Executive Officer.
Honolulu, Feb. 10JI904.
E. N. HOLMES
Wishes to announce the arrival of a full lino of MEN'S SHOES.
Also LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
ALL-AMERICA (DQ Rfl I
BALS VDU.UU i
ST I will return to the Mainland about the ist of April. 2
jE All my clothing stock must be sold by March 15, I -E5
do not expect one garment to be left. Save 25 per 2
m tcui. uy uim.iiasniir now. OUIIO, U,hWW AINU
g SERGE COATS, WHITE DUCK COATS AND
S TROUSERS. Good bargains on good merchandise. S
g KSttER M. F.MCDONALD g
"i not, STOP IN ANYWAY'!
We are so proud of the new stock of these goods
we are anxious to show them to you.. .You know
The Price, $3.50 in All Styles
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.llLO
Election of Oflicci'H.
KEAAU LAND AND PLANTING CO.,
At the annual meeting or the KEAAU !
LAND AND PLANTING CO , LTD., t
' held on Saturday, the 30th day of Janu-1
j nry, 1 904, the following officers were 1
1 elected for the ensuing year; I
J. T. Moir. rresldent. '
C. E. Wright, Vice-President.
A. W. Richardson, Secretary.
L. Turner, Treasurer.
R. T. Guard, Auditor.
The above-named officers, with F. II.
McStockcr and C. X Prouty, constitute
the Board of Directors.
A. W. RICHARDSON,
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
Best on Earth
in and inspect our new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES. . .
Whether vou need shoes or
Wilder's -Steamship Co.
Change in Sailing Time of
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hh m ' '
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 Dr. Rttssel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo.Mlawaii.
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