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HILO TRTBUNIi, HIM), HAWAII. FRIDAY,
J. G. Walker was among Hie Kiuau tip
W. S. Wise went to Ran Tuesday on
P. Peck returned from Honolulu Wed
nesday. Colin McLcnnon of Pananlon was in
Mrs. J. C. Mocltie returiied from Hono
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mctcalf arrived
home by the Kinatt.
Chester Doyle was among the Kinatt
The yacht Lurllnc sailed for Honolulu
early Wednesday morning
The Planters' Assoclultou of this Island
met yesterday at the I'iremans' hall.
Sanitary Inspector Don. Howman re
turned from his Honolulu trip Wednes
John Rossof Hakatauwasln the city
yesterday to attend the meeting of the
The Enterprise will sail for San Fran
Cisco Wednesday, Match 9. llanatia
shippers take notice.
Julian Monsarratt of Kapapala ranch
was in the city Saturday 1 net Sunday, the
guest of Dr. Holland.
Mr. and Mrs. McLean returned from
the Volcauo House Sunday evening and
arc residing in Puuco.
L. K. Pearson, the harness matt, is
whipping things into line. Note his
whip talk in this issue.
Mrs. Haves and Mrs. Shaw went up to
Mountain View yesterday to visit with
Mrs. Russcl a few days.
Geo. W. Carr, Superintendent of the
Rollway Mail Service in those Islands,
has been in the city this week.
Rev. Mr. Hill will occupy the pulpit at
Haili church Sunday morning. In the
evening he will speak at the Waiokea
The Globe Clothing Company exhibits
in their windows on Wiii-iuucnue street
the finest display of men's furnishings
ever seen in Hilo.
The damage suits brought by Win.
Fernandes against L. A. Andrews, H. S.
Overend and Evangeliua da Silva, have
been dismissed by plaintiff1.
The Hawailansof Waiakca arc planning
to give a concert in May, the proceeds of
which arc to form a nucleus of a fund for
the building of a cottage for Miss Wight.
The TRIBUNR last week located Mr.
and Mrs. Jas. Sisson on School street.
This was an error. They have taken the
C. II. W. Hitchcock cottage on Waianue
Rev. Father Oliver is planning to pay a
visit sometime this year to his old home
in Belgium, provin.ee of Flanders. Father
Oliver is a Belgian not a Frenchman.
Although he has received permission to
go the matter has not been definitely
The following passengers will leave for
the Coast by the Roderick Dim: Mrs.
II. E. Kelsey and son, Miss Fyfe, J. M.,
Gouvea ane wife, W. Rockey and wife,
Mrs. McDonald and 3 children, James M.
Jamey, Mrs. Henry Lyman and J. P.
Father Oliver has erected a stone and
earth walk connecting the Catholic
Church entrance with the Waianuenue
street sidewalk on the Bridge street line.
This was done in anticipation of the cut
ting on Bridge street to fill the ap
proaches to the new bridge.
A Japanese was run over and killed at
Olao mill Monday evening 'by the cane
train near the mill. The train was stand
ing stilt and the Japanese stepped behind
the rear car to pull out a stock of cane.
The engine suddenly backed up. The
Japanese was knocked down by the car
and crushed by the wheels.
The Hilo Agricultural Society held a
meeting last Saturday for the special pur
pose of discussing the subject of a pine
apple cannery in Hilo. The report of
the committee is published in another
column. The meeting was well attended.
The discussion resolved about the pine
apple industry generally. A permanent
committee on transportation was ap
Weil (Mm: or Tnn or llilo's Most
Prominent Young People.
The wedding of W. H Smith and Miss
Elvira Richardson occurred at the home
of the bride on Church street last Tues
day morning at 8 o'clock. The marriage
ceremony was performed by Rev. S, L.
Desha, using the Episcopal service. Only
the Immediate relatives of the bride and
the law partner of the groom were present.
After the congratulations Mr. nnd Mrs.
Smith took n carriage and drove to the
Richardson place at H-iuilcs. They will
reside in Hilo.
WKIiliH.r'lllUO II Hid!.
Kxurcm ARency N Umnt'rU
With Hut World.
Surprise l'nrly it nil Aniilverry
('omliiiied In (hie.
The O. E. S. Hawaii Chapter No. I
1 gave n lllont enjoyable banquet at the
1 Masonic Hall last Tuesday evening, it
having been postponed ftom the week
I before. The occasion was ol .threefold
Interest in commemoration of George The express office will be at the stables
Washington's birthday, in honor of two 1 office nnd the arrangements will soon be
newly initiated candidates, and also its I perfected. The routes and rates on this
a surprise to E. E.Richards, whose birth-, Island will be printed in all the Wells
II. T. Lake and Marion Bennett were
married Wednesday evening at the Par
sonage of the First Foreign Church, Rev.
Curtis E. Shields officiating. The only
guests present were J, Mcintosh nnd Miss
Fyfe who stood up with the bridal pair,
Mr. and Mrs. Lake will reside in Hilo.
Mr. Lake has resided in Hilo over two
years and is best known as Captain Lake,
late of the Hilo police force. The bride
has been in Hilo a shorter time
the absence of Miss Grnbb,
During Dy G.N.
she had r nllli
charge of the Htlo'hospital and has many
friends in Hawaii.
Pushing the Work.
G. II. Gere received instructions from
the Department of Public Works by this
mail to proceed with the survey prelimi
nary to the installation of n water works
systcmat Wnhncn. He was also instructed
to begin at once the work of securing
data for the Hilo sewer system. Mr.
Gere says that he will make a survey of
all the streets betwieu Wailuku river nnd
Kukuau stieam, from the sea to the
Catholic schools. He will also make pro
file maps of the streets, all of which will
be completed in the shortest possible
Bids for the construction of the road
from Ookala to Kukaiau will be called
for at once.
Hilo Hospital Closed.
The Hilo hospital was closed March ,
pending n decision of the test case in the
Supreme Court on the question whether
the old appropriation of '$500 per moitth
holds uood under present conditions.
President Cooper of the Board of Health
expressed extreme regret that such a
course was necessary. This regret is
shared and keenly felt by the trustees of
the hospital. Messrs. P. Peck, L, A. An
drews nnd J. T. Moir.
At the Planters' meeting Tuesday the
following delegates were chosen to at
tend the quarterly meeting of the
Planters' Association to be held at Hono
lulu this month, John Scott, F. II. Me
Stocker and James Gibb. 1
day falls upon the same day as that of
"The Father of our Country."
The banquet room and tables wete
beautifully nnd patriotically bedecked
with bright colored flowers, feathery
palms, and both the flag of America and
Hawaii. Placed in a conspicuous place
and draped with tlte American flag were
large pictures of both George Washington
and Elmer E. Richards.
Thirty members of the order were
present, and after they had partaken of a
most bounteous repast the following pro
gram was called by Past Worthy Patron
Souza: "A story of Washington" read
Day, which occasioned tmicli
laughter; n toast to George
I will return to the Mainland about the 1st of Anril. All
T. A. Proctot. representing Wells Far- n clotl)ju,r stock ,m,st bc S()1(i. by Mnrch ,stl, J expcct
go & Co., is in the city to establish an J 14i 1 1 l 1
agency of that express coinpauy. Helta,! evc,7 garment to be sold, SllVC 25 to 40 per CCIlt. by pur
arranged with lite Volcano Stables &i cllllSHlg U0W. 1 have
Transportation Company to act as agents, J SUIT '
ALPACA AND SERGE COATS
WHITE DUCK COATS AND TROUSERS
BARGAINS IN IvVERY DEPARTMENT.
Washington nnd presentation of cake by
Judge Little; a witty sketch of unknown
facts in the history of Worthy Patron
Richards by Hilo's new authoress, Asso
ciate Matron Shaw, and a toast to Worthy
Patron Richards by Past Worthy Patron
Sou7,i. After the toast a delicious cake,
brilliant with innumerable lighted can
dles, was presented to Mr. Richards.
Mr. Richards, though he claimed the
sympathy of his hearers for being
troubled with the disease of youthful
bashfulucss, responded to the thought
fulness of his Sister and Brothers in a
neat little speech. Mr. Richards was also
made the happy owner of a movable
cherry tree, bearing upon its branches
one luscious cherry, and also a unique
hatchet, which was made by one of tlte
members from an old key.
Much of the success of the evening was
due to our newly elected Worthy Matron,
Mrs. E. N. Holmes, and under her able
management together With her never
lacking zeal and energy the O. E. S. Ha
waii Chapter No. I will surely take its
place upon an equal footing witlt Its
brother lodge the Masonic Fraternity.
A scries of enjoyable affairs nre promised
for the future.
KX0U1I AKDEX KNTKKTAINMKXT.
Fargo tarlir books in the Ultited States
and through rales can be figured from
any main land city to any point on this
Island touched by the Volcano Stables
stages. While a good express service
will be maintained between this Island
and Honolulu, it is expected that most of
the stuff expressed from the mainland lo
this Island will come direct lo Hilo from
San Francisco. Mr. Proctor will remain
over one week to perfect arrangements.
J. E. Metcalfe and wife, Mrs. C. Rem
hardt.J.O. Walker, Mrs. J. C. Mocinc,
K. S. Gjerdrunt, G A. Proctor, F. A.
Curtis, P. Peck, J. Roser, G. Junkins, C.
S. Foreman, H. B. Deitnison, Dr. S. R.
Hirchbcrg, Miss C. Hirchbcrg, Miss F
Herchberg, W. K. Leake, W. F. Fun
Rlon, wife and son; II. J. Campy, II. B.
Campy, A. Young, wife nipl son; L.
Scuyeant and J, Frye.
CLOTH I KR
m. f. Mcdonald o
in and inspefct our new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES. . .
Whether you need shoes or
not, STOP IN
We nre so proud of the new stock of these goods
we arc nnxibus to show them to you. . . You know
The Price, $3.50 in All Styles
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANY, Ltd. HILO
j ILLUSTRATING A FEW DRIVERS 1
CLOUDBURST," No. 91. This is a bargain at
Conies in black only, with nickel ferrules.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is bytnste and you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
Turner has new things in millinery.
Go to the Hilo Murket for fresh rhu
barb. Large supply of fresh rhubarb at the
Dr. John Holland has permanently
located in Hilo.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. F. Wills, Pahala.
For bale Good all round horse fine to
drive or ride. Inquire Tkibunk.
Tlte March pcliueator and patterns
have arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Honolulu Priuio beer fresh from the
keg nt Demosthenes, two drinks for a
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 rft Serrao's whole- j
sale liquor house.
Call and see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii. ,
Fresh Prima beer on draught at Ulie
Union Saloon; good lunch on 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 and
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
The famous Paul Jones whiskies, made
in Kentucky, can now be had in Hilo.
J. G. Serrao has secured the exclusive
agency for the Paul Jones brand and in
vites trial orders, lie received a large
stock by the Roderick Dim, both bourbon
The entertainment of which mention
has already been made, to be given by
Mrs. A. G. Curtis and Miss Caroline
Potter, will take place in the near future
nt the home of Mrs. J. A. Scott. The
proceeds will be used to buy chairs for
the Hilo Free Kindergarten. This mu
sical rendering of Enoch Arden was given
in many of the large cities, of tlte East
last year and met with universal ap
plause. In New York City today the three
names ofteuest heard in musical circles
aie Wagner, Berlioz and Richard Strauss.
Strauss has added much to his popularity
by his musical accompaniment to Tenny
son's well known poem, Enoch Arden.
The music carries out not only the story,
but the spirit of the poem. Strauss, fol
lowing the idea of Wagner in his great
operas, has written three main motives,
representing the three principal charac
tersAnnie Lee, Philip Ray and Enoch
Arden. Through all the different scenes
as they arc read, one can follow the ac
tions of these characters by the constantly
recurring motives. The rippling of the
waves upon the beach, thc'whispcriug of
the lovers in the wood, the suppressed
urief of Annie as she sees her husband
sail away, and the unspeakable anguish 1
of Enoch as he gazes through the window
I upon his wife lost to him forever all arc
I brought out in the majestic chords and
wonderful harmonies (of the music. The
mustc adds to the poem in such u way
that one seems incomplete without the
It will be an elocutionary nnd musical
treat for all lovers of Tennyson and of
g "FLINT ROCK," No. 194,
cs Take a look at this and see if you have not paid 75c for one not so good.
I "BATTLE BOMB," No. 167, - - - - - 75c I
The old famous and always reliable. i3
WE HAVE MANY OTHERS FROM 25c TO $4.00 EACH.
L. K. PEARSON
The Best Place to Buy Whips
THE OLD RELIABLE
A meeting was held last Tuesday night
at Firemans' hnll for the purpose of
organizing a Young Men's Republican
j Club of the First Representative District.
The organization was effected with the
' following officers: J. D. Lewis, President;
1 R. A. Lyman Jr., 1st Vice President;
, Chas. Akatt, 2nd Vice President; Rev. S.
L. Desha, Treasurer; W. II. Bedrs, Sec
retary. T. .M. Rowland nnd W.C. E.
lliowu with the above officers constitute
the executive committee.
E. N. HOLMES
Wishes to announce tho arrival of a full lino of MEN'S SHOES.
Also LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
K 1 111111 Itrokn Mown.
1 When about a mile this side of Hnkn-
1 latt Wednesday the connecting rod ill the
engine room of the Kiuau broke. She
hoisted sail and stood ofT shore signalling
her distress, The Maui in the Hilo bay
1 was notified and she went out nnd towed
' the flag-ship in, reaching the railroad
'dock at 5 o'clock. Her break was re
paired yesterday and she will leave on
schedule time today.
II. C. Dennison, Dr., Ezra Presbrey,
1 Miss Clara Presbrey, Miss Florence Pres
jbrey. W. K.Licht, II.J. Gambia, II. I!,
, Cambia, L. Scuydnui J. Frye, Mitry Ailau
land girl, Thos. Wolff. Mrs. U.Nelson,
I A. A. Brnytuer, W. T. Rawlins, Geo. W.
avw v 1 ,l ma m rm t tw
9 r sT
Price, $1.50, $1.75
CHILD'S SCHOOL SHOES
Best on Earth
E. N. HOLMES