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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH it, 1904,
,X. lIJncVionJlHiiitKofili m buslniMS
UoTlCrStrntciiiecr g0& to Hohojulu
this week. " '
The Roderick Dim sails today fur Sin
J. U. Smith returned Sunday frnui a
business trip to Knu.
I). C. Murdock mill wife return to
Maui by this week's stonier.
Dr. Scuddcr while in tin.' city will be
the guest of Mr. nml Mr- C. C Kennedy.
Ralph Balding is In' from the ranch
where he has been recuperating forseveral
Charley Hapal of the Economic Shoe
Store leaves for the Oust by the Rod
A watch kuy lost 011 King street has
been found and cm be secured, at the
The A Voz 1'miLiCA comes out with
two columns it: English. This adds
materially to the value of the paper.
Edgar M. Ilrown, who has been visiting
two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Curtis
at Olnn, returns to Honolulu this week.
Caulaiu and Mrs Lake returned from
the Volcano House Tin-si'.iy and arc liv
ing at Hitchcock's on Wmanuennc street.
You can send a package to any part of
the world by Wells-Fargo Express. Office
at the Volcano Stables & Transportation
Mr. and Mrs. W II. Smith returned
from 22-mih's Monday and are.at home
at the Richardson homestead on Church
The TkiijUNK is informed that tome
of the wholesale houses arc well supplitd
with potatoes, notwithstanding contrary
Mrs. S. G. Walker of Olaa gave a party
Saturday evening at her home In honor
of Miss Floicnce Scott uho was visiting
with her. x
Demosthenes' Cafe serves on short
notice shell oysters, mallard nnd veal
duck, and numerous oilier refrigerator
The 1902 Club will give a dance Satur
day evening, March 12 at the house on
Church stteet rtcently vacated by the
F. S. Lyman was selected as the, dele
gate from the First Foreign Church to
the Evangelical Association which meets
in this city this week.
Burglars entered Ilamada's store I'ri
daynioruingatOlaaand stole a number of
watches. Kntrance was effected by break
ing in a rear window.
'As to Japanese interpreters in the
Fourth Circuit Court, Judge Little states
there is no shortage or vacancy. The
official interpreter is K. Take.
Mrs. John Koss of Ilakalau, Mrs.
Curtis and Mrs. Walker of Olaa were in
the city Wednesday to attend the after
noon party given by Mrs. Scott.
Hvaugcliuo da Silva and Mrs Silva
leave Hawaii next week for the Coast.
They will be accompanied by Mrs. J. l
Fernandez, Mrs. da Silva's mother.
D. K. Towt, formerly a luua on the
Fahala plantation leaves by the- Kiuau
this week for the Coast to remain perma
nently. His family accompany him.
Evaugeliuo da Silva, receiver in the
case of Thos. E. Cook vs. W. Kauai was
discharged Wednesday, his accounts be
ing approved and his bonds cancelled.
The teachers of Olaa have formed a
Teachers' Reading Circle which meets
every Thursday evening at the Olaa
school house. The Circle has taken up
the study of Stoddard's lectures.
If you wish to purchase anything in
the United States and do not know where
it cau be bought, go to the Volcano
Stables and they will secure it for you
through the Wells-Fargo Express Co.
Owing to the late arrival of the Kiuau
the program of the Evangelical Associa
tion will begin one day later and last one
day longer than announced last week.
Tonight there will be union services at
the Foreign Church to which all are invited.
TO U1MIUII.1) HIM).
Iltmluoss Mem Meeting Culled To
night nl Fireman Hull
r'OK MRS. SIHSON.
In Hit Honor.
The proposition of forming an organi
zation whose business it will be to pro
mote the general welfare of Illlo along
all lines has taken definite shape. - A
tuicting will be held in Fireman's Hall
tonight lor the purpose of organizing ami
setting the work on its way. For some
time the need of such an organization has
been gem r -lly admitted but no one took
To bring the matter to an issue this1
week, a canvass of houes was made
and nearly every merchant in town
be known as
"The Hilo Chamber of Commerce" or to
be called by any title seen lit to adopt.
Over thirty of the business men of Hilo
signed the call for the mass meeting lobe
held tonight'. ' All interested in the up
building of Hilo arc requested to Ik;
was found to favor
an 'organization to
The "At Home" given by Mrs. J. A.
Scott at Waiuaku last Wednesday after
noon in honor of Mrs. James Sisson Mas
a very pretty affair and was deeply en
joyed by the many ladies prevent. The
reception ln'led from three to six p. m.
Upon their arrival the .uests were re
ceived by Miss Florence Scott whence
they passed into the parlor where Mrs.
Scott and Mrs, Sissou awaited them.
Mrs. Sisson was extremely beautllul in
her wedding gown and wearing a strik
ing picture hat. Most of the guests knew
of 1 Mrs. Sksoti from the time she waved the
ferule of authority as Miss Cheek in the
Hilo Kindergarten. Yet there were a
number in the company who met the
lady of honor fur the first time.
After Introduction and greetings, the
guests passed through tjie rooms, prettily
decorated with roses, ferns and flowers.
Later they were escorted to the dining
room where tete-a-tete tables were ex-
A pleasant little wedding took place at 1
the Wnlakca Mission Chapel on Saturday
evenim. March 1. Ii. The turtle united I
U'Hr. Mr. WL-I Mnm-i In MIm ilekp Knl. I
wi, Rev. Desha officiating. About fifty
attendants of the Reading Room were
present, and by this quiet, respectful at
tention showed their appreciation of this
sacred and ever interesting ceremony.
The bride and groom are an attractive
looking couple nnd have the well wishes
of their friends.
D, K. Towt, Mrs. A. Richardson, Geo.
C. Strateineycr. Edgar M. Drown, D. C.
Murdock and wtfr.
Genuine Closing Out Sale
Gome Expecting Great BARGAINS
and You Will Not Be Disappointed
YOUR money cannot earn in any other way what you can
SAVE on your PURCHASES this MONTH.
m. f. Mcdonald m
The Wailuku bridge is practically com-1 quisltcly laid.
pleted, everything having been completed
except a little planking. The old sus
pension bridge bus been removed and the
way is clear for filling in the approaches.
M.r. Carr, Superintendent of Railway
Postal service who was in the city last
week, transferred the stage route con
tracts on this Island from Geo. S. Mc
Kenzic to the Volcano Stables & Trans
The ejectment suit of Kaaa et al, vs.
Onomea Sugar Co., was tried before u
jury in the Circuit Court last week, re
sulting in 11 verdict for the defendant,
Smith & Parsons for plaintiff; Wise &
Ross for defendant.
At chambers this week, the estate of
Robert Andrews was closed up, vthe ac
counts of A. Humbert;, administrator be
ing approved and he dismissed. Final
discharge was also entered in the estate'
of Joe Flores, Evaugeliuo da Silva, ad
S. M. Vauclaiu, Assistant Superin
tendent of the Baldwin Locomotive
Works al Philadelphia was in Hilo three
days this week. He is making a hurried
tour of the islands before going on to the
Orient where the Baldwin people have an
expanding business. While in Hilo Mr.
Vuuclaiu was the guest of John Kelker,
master mechanic for the Hilo Ruihoad
The refreshments served were elaborate
and irreproachable, ffhc menu consisted
of salads, sandwiches, cukes rfud Ices.
llaselmll at I'aaullo.
The match game last Sunday at I'aauilo
betwien the I'apaaloa boys and the local
team brought out a large number of spec
tators from the neighboring plantations
who enjoyed the spirited playing between
the evenly matched teams aiutv added
much enthusiasm to the game. The day
was fine and, although the diamond was
a little rough, good playing was done by
both sides. Al tho close of the ninth
inning the score gave the lienors of the
day to the visitors from I'ap.ialoa by one
The I'aauilo folks are certainly royal
entertainers, and the banquet given in !
the evening in the prettily decorated '
Social hall was a giaud success, and i
much deserved praise was given the
I'aauilo team for their generous hospi-1
tallty. Blue and white bunting, lings ami
potted plants made a charming effect,
and the singing of the I'aauilo quartette
was all that could be desired. Merry
toasts, songs and music added to the
evenlng's entertainment and everybody,
hud u most enjoyable time.
Al the annual meeting of stockholders
of the L. Turner Co., Ltd., heldFcb. 27,
1904, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
Adam Lindsay Vice President
K. F. Mackic Secretary
N. C. Willfong Treasurer '
F. A. Mcdcalf. Auditor
A. Humburg Director
L. Turner Director
The above named officers constitute the 1
board of directors.
KEITH F. MACKIE, j
19-3 , Secretary, j
in and inspect our new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES. . .
Whether you need shoes' or
"1 not, STOP IN ANYWAY!
We are so proud of the new stock of these goods
we are anxipus to ishow them to you. . . You know
The Price, $3.50 in All Styles
ECONOMIC SHOE COMPANVLtdJliLO
ILLUSTRATING A FEW DRIVERS j
CLOUDBURST," No. 91. This is a bargain at
5E Comes in black only, with .nickel ferrules.
g "FLINT ROCK," No. 194, 50c
S Take a look at this and see if you have not paid 75c for one not so good. 3
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by 'taste and yon will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
Go to the Hilo Market for fresh rhu
barb. Large supply o( 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 sale Good all round horse fine to
drive or ride. Inquire Triiiunu.
The March Delineator and patterns
have'arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c. Moses
Choice delicatessen-Demosthenes Cafe.
Fresh fiozeu shell oysters, game and
Call and see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
6: Raymond's, mio, Hawaii.
Tax Assessor Willfong believes he has
complied with the rules of the Republi
can party in the matter of his deputy at
Laupahoehoe. This deputy came origin
ally from the Waiakea Precinct and was
endorsed by "ie Wuiakea Precinct Re
publican Club. He was also endorsed by
the District committee. Republicans at
Laupahoehoe now object to him because
he has not been endorsed by the Laupa
The Republican rules state that appli
cants for public office should have the
endorsement of the precinct club to
which they belong. E. Kueha Kaiwa
belongs to Waiakea, although he lives in
Laupahoehoe. He has not had oppor
tunity to register in Laupahoehoe siuceJ
he moved to that precinct. Mr. Willfong
therefore things he has complied with
the rules, a thing he desires very much
BOMB," No. 167, - - - - -
g: The old famous and always reliable.
r WE HAVE MANY OTHERS FROM 25c TO $4.00 EACH.
jg PEACOCK BUILDING I Qr1 II QQNlll
g The Best Place to Buy Whips L iV 1L CLAY lO V ll 3
For the Klndorgiiilen.
The "Enoch Arden" entertainment of
which notice was given last week, will
take place at Mrs, Scott's house Friday,
March i8th, at S p. in. The number of
tickets will' be limited to one hundred.
They will be on sale at the Owl nud Hilo
Fresh Primo beer on draught at the i Drug Stores on Monilav next at 8 o'clock.
Union Saloon; good lunch on the side- The price of tickets covers transportation
board; hearty welcome extended. to and from Mrs. Scott's within the limits
Km. uvi.ti- iii.nMiMirsu.u.-iiiutiinriiliiPc. I of Waiakea and Waiuaku.
-- ..-..-. ..-.-i to ..,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
Purchasers of tickets are requested to
I leave their names at the respective Drug
' Stores, in order that the Volcano Stables
'and Transportation Co. may know where
to send conveyances. Tickets, Ji.oo,
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
ammunition; opening safes a specialty. '
The W. Rocky lot on Waianuenue St.,
just ilfauka the Hale- residence occu-
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! v.. . ,t, , .ur m.c .u JM5u0. ,, Howlllan U,e ,oca, rc,)rt.st.Ilt!lljV(.
The lot is 66x150 feet, fronting on Waia- of1fl .,.., f ...,.,, .,..., fm,
Honolulu last (veek. He states that the
Illlo Health Mat I ers.
E. N. HOLMES
Wishes to announce tho arrival of a full lino of MEN'S SHOES.
Also LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.
iiueuue street. A 5 foot alley extends
along lower side. Inquire of Mr. Rocky
or at th Tribune office.
Bkttkr Than a Pr.ASTKK, A piece
of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm ami bound to the effected
parts is superior to any plaster. When
troubled with lame back, or pains in the
side or chest, give it a trial and you arc
certain to be more than pleased with the
prompt relief which it affords. The Hilo
Drug Store sells it.
THE OLD RELIABLE
Board of Health is considering a new set
of sanitary regulations for Hilo, which
when put into effect will greatly improve
the city from .the stand point of health.
Governor Carter and President Cooper of
the Board of Health have been consider-1
ing also the proposition of placing the
: Hilo garbage department under Terri
j torial control. No conclusion had beem
reached regarding the matter, when Mr.
I bowman left Honolulu.
Cleared Tuesday, March 8, S. S. Enter
prise, Voungrcn, master, with thirteen
passengers for San Francisco and the
I following cargo of sugar: Hilo Sugar
Co., 23,990 bags; Ilakalau, 31,000
bags; Waiakea, 4,000 bags. She
carried 2,104 bunches of bananas rep
resenting eleven shippers. The pas
sengers were all Japanese.
The Susquehanna is ready to clear with a
cargo of sugar for Delaware Break
water. She is delayed in getting
away, waiting for a crew from Honolulu.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Fh'ht Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Marcn 13, 1904, visiting Min
isters from Honolulu will be invited to
nssist in the morning services.
In the evening the Foreign Church will
I join in the Union meeting tit the Haiti
! Subscribe for the 'PiUurjls'K.
1 tlou $2.50.
CHILD'S SCHOOL SHOES
Price, $1.50, $1.75
Best on Earth
I i i
E. N, HOLMES