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THK WRRKLY HILO TRMUNK, IIII0, HAWAII', FRIDAY, PRBRUARY afi, 1904.
..wmw) m.imiiM niyiUlpupMf
la ' Whiskey
Mrs. Pi A. Rocder I xUlling nt I'lipn
ldii. Mrs. 1'. A. Mcdailf goes to Honolulu
I. Peck goes 1 Honolulu toiluy on
J. V. Mnspn goes l0 Honolulu totbiy
Large supply of fresh rhubarb at the
II. S. Overend returned Wednesday
Prosecuting Attorm-j llnwllus returns
to Honolulu todny.
Otto W. Hose nnd wife are passengers
today to Honolulu.
A. H. Locbenstcin returned last Satur
day from Kolmln.
F. W. Thrum nnd f itully go to Hono
lulu todny to remain.
The S. S. Enterprise will sail Tor San
Francisco on March 10.
G. P. Ocnulson of the Oahu Railroad
returns to Honolulu todav,
C. II. Rnmscy, the Honolulu c.mdv
man, was in Hilo thin week on business.
Twenty mules consigned to the Hutch
inson plantation arrived in the Enter
prise Miss Hannah Williams goes to Hono
lulu todny to spend n vacation of two
L. A. Thurston, Mrs. Thurston, Miss
Thurston nnd Miss Potter return to Ho
The Pecks will soon thkc up their resi
dence in the house recently occupied by
A. Ii. Locbenstcin.
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The Purser of the S. 8. Maul tele- Wnltcr 8.
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gngcincnt nl Port Arthur in which
the Japanese were defeated, losing
four cruisers nnd a number of trans-port.
Claud Bldgood nnd Miss Carrie Clews
of San Ilernardino, Cftl. were united In
wedlock Wednesday nt hlghnoon nt the
Pirst Foreign church, Rev. Curtis E.
Shields officiating. Mr. Will McKenzie
stood up as best man nnd Mrs. J. T.
Lewis attended the bride ns bridesmaid.
The ceremony was performed in the
presence of only n few intltunte friends.
After n brief stay at the Volcano House,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Bldgood will reside in Hilo.
The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Curtis E. Shields of the Pirst
Foreign Church nnd was witnessed only
by close relatives and a few intimate
friends, At the appointed hour the min
ister led the way into the parlor followed
bv the groom nnd Mr. McLean, itn
The united States (o eminent, having
tnken owr thtf lights, livncons nnd buoys T ' ... , ,. . . . , , , , ,. r . ., A ,,
IntheTerritorvof llnwnll on January 1, l Will return to the Mainland about tllC ISt of April. All
1004, under the direct charge of the HIV C'lotlllllg Stock ltlUSt be Sold t 1)V March 15th I expect
Llght-Uousc Hoard of the nipitrimcniofj ever' garment to be sold, Save 25 to 40 per cent, by pur
chasing now. I have
ALPACA AND SERGE COATS
WHITE DUCK COATS AND TROUSERS
I1AROAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.
mediately after whom came the bride If'""" f l,1,e Ooverutnent of
with Mrs. Brcymnn ns matron of honor. , UnUed Slsl" dur,n ll,c ,nonUl of
The S. S. Enterprise, Captain Young-
ren, arrived from San Francisco Tuesday
morning with the following passengers:
! Miss Elsa Grubb, L. Gibson, Master E.
I Robertson, J. P. Slsson nnd wife, Geo. S.
McKenzie, Mrs. F. A. Roedcr, Fred
Roedcr, J. R. Daggett, Cnrric Clews nnd
J. T. Clews.
Win. Conrad was made u citizen of the
United Slates by Judge Little Tuesday.
J. I. Kirschbcrg leaves today for an ex
tensive business tour through the Slates
in the interest of the Tropical Fruit Pack-
' ing Company? He goes to introduce Ha
There will be n special meeting of the waiian jellies nnd jams in the Eastern
Hilo Agricultural Society Saturday after
noon at 1:30 o'clock.
Captain W. A. Fetter goes to Honolulu
today on business connected with the
Hawaiian National Guard.
S. L. Desha returned Wednesday. He
accompanied Governor Carter nnd Secre
tary Atkinson on their tour through West
Senator John T. Ilroun will make an
nddress nt the Wninken Mission next
Sunday night, The services last Sunday
evening were well attended.
J. II. McDonald, Territorial Bacteriolo
gist, arrived by the Kinnii to make pre
liminary tests in the matter of the leper
cases to be treated by Dr. Rice.
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Sissou arrived by
the Enterprise and will reside perma
nently in Hilo. They will live in the
Hitchcock cottage on School street.
The bridge on Bridge street will be
ready for travel before the Road Hoard
begins grading the approach on the city
side unless n beginning is made pretty
Mrs. Weight has rented the Coney
house and will move into it about April
1. The premises and the house are un
dergoing a thorough overhauling and
So-So, by imported Durbin, is the name
of n new Hilo racehorse, shipped from
San Francisco by Geo. S. McKenzie.
So-So is a four year old gelding of grent
spirit nnd will inject new life into Hilo's
Ex-Deputy Sheriff Overend states that
he did not go to Honolulu for the pur
pose of securing the office of Sheriff of
this island or any other office connected
with the police department of this island.
"I did not go on political matters in any
sense of the word," mid he.
The Rosecrans arrived from Honolulu
Thursday morning nnd will pail for S.in
Fr.mcisco Saturday. She towed from
Honolulu the Am." sell. W. H. Talbot,
laden with 1260 tons of coal for the Hilo
The Hawaiian-American S3. Oregon,
Captain Jas. W. Carty, arrived in Hilo
Sunday morning from Kahului for sugar.
She took on 2,375 tons here ns follows:
Pepeekeo,3oo; Ouome.1,525; Olaa, 1,150;
Waiakea, 400. She brought for Hilo
4,000 barrels of lime and 100 tons of gen
eral cargo. From here she returns to
Kuhului to complete her cargo. The
nrxt vessel of this line to arrive in Hilo
will be the flagship Texan .
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trade. He will visit nil the large cities
ns far ns New York.
J. C. Ridgway will be engaged nil next
week weighing in the cargo of coal from
the W. II. Talbot. He tried to secure per
mission to hire a deputy for this work
but failed, and he says that the customs
office therefore will be during this time
Deputy Collector of Customs J. C.
Ridgway seized a shipment of California
roses consigned to J. II. Barron this week
and forwarded the same to the entomolo
gist nt Honolulu for inspection for pests.
This action is in accordance with instruc
tions made to prevent the ingress of ene
mies to vegitation.
Geo. S. McKenzie nrrived in -Kilo by
the Enterprise niter nn absence of nearly
n yenr. He came down on (justness, Hav
ing several interests in the Islands yet.
He was accompanied by bis sister, Mrs.
F. A. Roeder nnd her son, Fred Roedcr.
Mr. McKenzie will remain in Hilo a
week or two mid then go to Honolulu.
The bride wore 11 beautiful gown of crepe I
du chine over taffeta. Orange! blossoms
in the bride's hair and n large bouquet of
the same carried in her hand, harmonized
with her gown and enhanced her natural
It was a ring wedding, mid the sol
emnities were pronounced in the front
parlor beneath an arch of bamboo ornate
Willi Ircsii roses. Kosc wrcaius niso dec
orated the room. Those present were
Mr. and Mrs. llrcymnii, Master Eugene
Brcymati, Mr. Crow, Mr. and Mrs.
Morague, Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Mason,
Mr. and Mrs. Turner, Mrs. McLean, Mrs.
Curtis, Mrs, Shields, Mr. Eastoti, and
After the ceremony the coiiixiuy re
tired to the dining room for refreshments.
The dining room had been prettily decor
ated with pink begonias and maiden hair
fern. During tire evening the Hawaiian
orchestra rendered sweet music. The
bride and groom were the recipients of ii
large number of beautilul presents.
After a visit of several days at the Vol
cano Mr. and Mrs. McLean will return
to their residence in Puueo where they
will be nt home to their friends.
commerce mid Labor, nnd having const!
tilled the Hawniiau Light-House Service 1
a division of the Twelfth Light-House
District of the United Stntes, mid
The Territorinl Government having, by
request, continued to operate the lights
and maintain the buoys and beacons at
Notice is hereby given that on this tiny,
February I, 1904, the Department of
Commerce nnd Labor, through the duly
appointed representatives of the Light
House Hoard, has taken over the lights,
beacons, buoys, etc., in the Territory of
Hawaii, and will administer the same
under the laws nnd regulations of the
G. R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii.
Hilo, Hawaii, February I, J904. 15-3
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites iuspectioji.
It is fearless of competition.
Go to the Hilo Market for fresh rhu
barb. Dr. John Holland has permanently
located in Hilo.
Fresh cow for sale at n bargain. In
quire at Tkiiiunh office. 15
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. F. Wills, Fnhula.
February Delineators nnd patterns arc
ready nt Moses & Raymond's.
The March Delineator and patterns
have arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg nt Demosthenes, two drinks for 11
For SalV.: New ISeamers Special
cushion frame bicycle for $37 cash. See
Keep 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 ut Serrao's whole
sale liquor house.
Davlcs & Co. are offering to the trade
thirteen varieties of toilet soaps at popu
lar prices. Look over their line.
Fresh Primo beer on draught at the
Union Saloon; good lunch oil the side
board; hearty welcome extended.
See Webb: he repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges ami
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
The famous Paul Jones whiskies, madp
in Kentucky, can now be had in Hilo.
J. G. Scrrao has secured the exclusive
agency for the Paul Jones brand and in
vites trial orders. He received n large
stock by the Roderick Dint, both bourbon
AN OLAA DANCE.
Cotillion Club .Members Entertained
by Mr. nud Mrs. McSlockcr.
One of the most pleasant evenings for
members of the Cotillion Club was Mon
day evening last, when in response to an
invitation from Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Mc
Stockcr nearly all the membership were
their guests nt a dance at the Olaa Club
rooms. A special train was chartered,
which left Hilo with a jolly company
aboard. They soon nrrived nt Kecau and
were received at the dance hall by Mr.
and Mrs. McStockcr, assisted by Mrs.
Thurston and Miss Potter.
The ball had been beautifully deco
rated for the dancers nnd members of the
Cotillion Club had never danced to better
music than wns provided forf.be evening.
The company was served with n delight
ful luuch nt 11 o'clock and nt 1 in the
morning they started for home on the
special. The Olan musicians played a
serenade nt the stntiotir
m. f. Mcdonald
in and inspect our new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES...
Whether you need shoes or
m'm not, STOP IN ANYWAY 1
We arc so proud of the new stock of these goods
we are anxious to show them to you. . . You know
The Price, $3.50 in AH Styles
DEPUTY TAX ASSESSORS,
E. Knchn Knlwa, Deputy North
Win. Geo. Kniheuui, Deputy South
Henry J. Lyman, Deputy Puna District.
W. A. Schwallie, Deputy Kau District.
Thos. C, White, Deputy South Kona
j. juuHcmaicuic, ubtmhv worm " , United States of America ) ce
District. Territory of Hawaii fss
Moes Koki, Deputy South Kohala in the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit
District. j at Ciiamiikks In Pkohatk.
Win. P. McDougall, Deputy Noith Ko-'i Notice Is hereby given thut the under
liala District. signed tins been appointed
Win. Itnriior. TVnnlv Hnmftlciin Tits. Hie will o! tllC IVitnti
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ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd. HILO
Notice to Creditors.
of D. Kumai, late
(Signed) N. C WILLFONG,
Assessor Third Taxation Division.
Approved by A. N. KuroiKAi,.
14-4 Treasurer of Tcrritoiy of Hawaii.
HOARD 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 nud Sens is hereby pro
hibitcd until further uoticc.
C. S. HOLLOW AY.
Secretary and Executive Officer.
Honolulu, Feb. to, 1904.
'the will of the Estate
of Hilo, Hawaii.
All persons having claims ngnitist said
estate, in connection with that certain
piece of land nt Knieie, Hilo, Hawaii, R.
P. Grant, No. 3833, covered by said will,
must present such claims to mc, together
with proper vouchers, within six months
from the date hereof, or the same will be
F. S. LYMAN, Executor.
Hilo, Hawaii, February I, 1904. 14-4
Wilder's Steamship Go.
Change in Sailing Time of
! Steamer " MA II I"
From the Coast.
Commencing FEBRUARY 5U1, 1904, the
Steamer "MAUI," Bennett, Master, will
sail from HONOLULU nt 5 p. m.
A two-seated surrey with extension
leather top. Perfect condition. Just the
thing for a smalt family. Enquire nt
Subscribe fc.t the Triiiunk, Island sub
With Mail nnd Passengers.
Wilder's Steamship Co.
Weber piano for sale, at
Call nud sec the lntest improvement in
sewing machines, just received nt Moses
& Rnymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
Andrews to be Itemoycd.
Honolulu, Feb. as. Governor Carter
Is lookirlg about for n successor to Sheriff
Lorrin A. Andrews of the island of Hawaii.
As a result of the complaints made to
him while on Hawaii, the Governor has
concluded, in the interests of harmony,
that the government service would be
improved without Andrews as n disturb
ing factor. One of the reasons for the
removal is the complaint that Andrews
used prisoners and police for private pur
poses, namely the garbage service which
he conducted in Hilo.
'Andrews, 011 the other hand, claims
that he never made any money on the
contract nnd was simply carrying it on
for the sanitary improvement ol Hilo,
nud with the sanction of the High Sheriff.
E. N. HOLMES
Wishes to announce the
arrival of a full lino of MEN'S SHOES.
AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
Mrs. M. Schrader, Mr. W. Barry, K.
E. Moruan and wife, W. J. Laudis and
wife, A. Henreage, C. W. Kellogg and
wife, A. M. Barber, C. II. Ramsey, F. T. 1
Mclleiiry, Fritz Williclm, L. A." Thurs-'
I ton and wife, Miss Thurston, Miss Potter,
J. N. Cobb, F. W. Thrum, wife und three
children, Otto W. Rose nud wife, W. T.
Rawlins, T.J. Vent, Mrs. M.C.Johu,
Mrs. McKenzie, Miss McKenzie, Mis.
F. A. Medcalf, G. P. Dennisou, S. M.
Kanaohui and wife, J. W. Fitzbatim and
wife, C.J. Fishel, Miss Huiiuah Williams,
J. W. Mason, P. Peck, Capt.W. A. Fetter,
J. I. Kirchberg, Mrs. Em.line Judd, K.
S. Gjerdrum, Mrs. C. L. Wight, Col. E. !
THE OLD RELIABLE
Test is bytaste and you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
The Junior Endeavor valentine social
at the First Foreign church last Friday
evening was one of the prettiest valentine
affairs of the season. An interesting pro
gram of music and recitations was given
by the young folks after which a pleas
nut hour wns spent with games und the
distribution of valentines from the post
office in the Sunday School parlor. The
company was also served with refresh
ments. The arrangements for the social
were under the direction of Kutheriiie
ALL-AMERICA (DQ Rfl
7HEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE
I will sell at public miction at the resi
dence of J. M. de Gouvea, Jr.,
011 Pleasant Street,
ON SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1904
At 1:00 O'Clock P. M nil the
HOUSEHOLD COODS, Etc.
lOo'POTS RARE FERNS
I. E. RAY,
W . X 1 1
CHILD'S SCHOOL SHOES
Price, $1.50, $175
Best on Earth
pfigl Hoffschlaeger Co., I;
fijfjffifiiftf LIMITED. II
E. N. HOLMES
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