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fH8 WKIKLV HILO TRIBUNR, ' HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH l, 1904.
Tim Knoch Anlcn Concert.
Following Is the program to I given
nl Wnlnaku lawn tonight nt the Enoch
Ardcn coucirl for the 'lenefit if the Illlo
l'ocm by Alfred Teunyeoii.
Music Setting lV Richard Strauss.
(Annie nml Enoch Motives Predominate.)
1. Long lines of cliff broken by the chasm
where three children played.
2. The I 'cts in the li.ir.elwood.
t Enoch's little cottage.
' ( Enoch's depHrture.
N. C. Willfong
day on bnlneM.
Mm. I'. A. Medcalf tcluriifd Wedics.
day ironi a visit in Honolulu,
Mm. Jnles Rlchardoii nnd Miss
Rjilli Richardson go to Honolulu lodny.
Their will ho services .Sunday evening
nt Wttiakea Mission eoudmted by Rev.
S. 1,. Dcshn.
Mr. and Mrs. Tho It. Cook enter
tallied n small company mi curds Ihol I'rj
Mrs. Geo. Kaihenui vive a delightful
belting and bathing i arty to young
ladies one evening litleck.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Keith t'. Mnckie were
host and hostess nl n ; leas.inl party at
the beach last Sundaj .nerimou.
Mrs. R. II. Reld atitwd in Illlo by the
Klnau last week and t visiting at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. Shipmati.
The friends of Miss 1. icile Luca gave
her a pleasant bittltilny party nt the
home of her parents on Church street
last Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Muniliy n'rrived Wednesday from (
nn extended visit Iti Or gon nnd Wash, j
lugton. She returns to Hilo greatly im
proved in health.
G. J. Rothwell.'nni. tger of W. C.
Peacock & Co. nt floti'lulu, arrived in sumed the duties of his office. He has
Illlo Insl week to look after the interests not yet resigned from the captaincy of
of his firm on this Island. ' 'the local company of the National Guard.
Mrs. J. T. Lewis is wotklug on an ' While in Honolulu Mr. Fetter made sev
Kaster praise service assisted by the ernl raids with the redoubtable Chilling'
choir nnd orchestra. It promises to oe worth and took pointers on conducting
another Jf Mm Lewis' musical treats. , cases In court. He comes into his new
C. U. Wright returned Wednesday ! ,,ulie9 we" 1PI Pfo ""'
he made arrange
4. A secret pair of lovers Annie
Philip, in the hazelwood.
5. Annie's drenui.
6. Tlie second wedding.
(Enoch Motive Predomltmut.)
The lonely tropical Isle.
Enoch waits for n sail.
He returns to his forsaken home.
He learns of his wife's marriage,
He views, under cover of the dark
uess, Philip's happy home.
6, He reveals himself; dies.
Reader, Mm. A. G. Curtis.
Pianist, Miss Caroline Potter.
Depuly Sheriff Fetter.
Deputy Sheriff W. A. Fetter has as-,
from Waimea, where
incuts for the enction of new stables for
the Volcano Stables and Transportation
The trial of Funacoshi nnd Wntauabc
for conspiracy was begin yestcrdny be
fore judge Utile. C. C. Kitting -for the
defeuse nnd Smith-Parsons for the
A birthday party in honor of Miss Sev
erance was given last Saturday nt "Sea
Connet." About thirty Hilo women
were present. After 11 dip in the ocean
refreshments were served. A.clamthow
der prepared by Mrs. Gere was one of
M. G. Santos, editor of Setta, the Por
tuguese paper of Illlo, nnd A. G. Stlva
nnd M. R. A. Vierra of Honolulu were
decorated with medals by President J. M.
Vivas of the Sociedade Lusitaua Belilfi
cente de Hawaii on Monday, to reward
them for each having recruited fifteen
new members of the society in the past
Life nt Klhiueiw
Manager liidgood of the Volcano House
AN OIUKXTAIi (JKIIMAN.
Cotillion Club Will (ilve r.irmrll
linn re for Mr. nnd Mrs. McKmucy.
The Hilo Cotillion Club will give an
Oriental gcrmr.n Monday evening, April
4, in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Me
Kenney, who leave soon thereafter for
the coast. At this dance nil those who
participate in the germaii will be cos
tumed Orientally, nnd it Is the desire of
the committee in charge that nil who at
tend appear in Eastern garb. Chinese,
Japanese, Turkish or Korean will be ac
ceptable. At n meeting held Inst Tues
dny night the following arrangement for
the dance was made:
Leaders of the German S Thos. C. Rldg
way nnd Mrs. A. C. McKenticy.
Decoration Committee: Miss Emily
Peck, MrsrIolland, Airs. W. S. McLean,
Misses Fume F.aton, Ruth Richardson,
Genevieve Vcnnble, Ethlly nnd Louisa
Ilapai; Messrs. J. Castle Rldgway, Otis
Knglish nnd Jnck Hastou.
Refreshment Committee: Mrs. J. T.
Stncker, Mrs. S. G. Wnlkcr, Mm. I). W.
Those In cljatgc of the ladies' favor
tables will lie Mrs. J. A. Scotti Mrs. F. 11.
McStocker 11 ud Mr. A. C. McKcuney; of
the gentlemen's favor table: Mrs. Chas.
Furucaux, Mrs. J. L. Richardson, Mrs. I?.
A business meeting of the club was
called on April 8 nt the home of Mrs.
Rice for the purpose of electing 'officers
for the ensuing vcar ami for the admis
sion of new members.
Wnllukfc Bridge Finished.
The last rivetwas driven in the Wni
luktt bridge last Saturday afternoon.
Fred Naylor, who had charge of this
part of the work, saw to it that Bridge
street business men had n chance to par-
mountain ' ticioate in the little ceremony which
nnv tltal Itiiatttoca nt ill
hostelry hns been excellent of late, de-1 completed the biggest nnd best bridge in
spite the fact that neither volcano is nc- j the Hawaiian Islands. J. G. Serrao, Mr.
tlvc. The weather at Kilauea has been ( Kcech, the local representative of the
sunerb durinu the oast four weeks. A ! Honolulu Iron Works, II. L. Ross nnd
whole mouth passed without any rain.
During j.he first third of this month over
fifty guests registered at the Volcano
J. E. Allison nnd wife, C. W. Snyder
Dr. W. A. Lishman, C. W. Moore, J. H.
MofTet, T. H. Lelehnn, D. Hewitt, F.
O'Briuti, A. W. Rowley, J. A. Jeffrey nnd
wife, Mrs. II. T. Vencie, Mrs. II. T. New
ell, F. Sample and wife, Mrs. J. Richard
son, Miss Ruth Richardson, W. W. Candy
nnd wife, H. L. Rosenblatt, W. II. Ship
mnii.J. T. Roswell, Mit.s Simple. N. C.
Willfong, Dr. II. Stetson, W. II. Kilpat
rlck, wife nnd children: R. J. Campbell,
Alfred Judd, Miss J. McMillan, Mrs. F. J.
Ewing, Mrs. T. Kuhl, Mrs. A. W. Marks,
Clarence H. Cook, E. Faxon Bishop, L.
H. Ross nnd wife, Mrs. E. L. Barr nnd
Mrs. F. Hoffiuel.
Tourists ul l.uiiii.
The party of thiity-fonr tourists wlio
arrived by the Kiuati Wednesday were
initiated into the mysteries of the Ha
waiian huu at the residence of S. L.
Desha Wednesday evening. The entire
company were .strangers to the poi bowl
nnd other Hnwniiau delicacies, but they
enjoyed the party. Hawaiian songs were
rendered by the Killarney quartette. The
luuu was prepared under the direction of
Mr. Desha upon request from Honolulu,
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, March 20, 1904. Mottling
suliK'Ct: "Reasonnble Service," Rom.
12:1. Evening subject:
Large supply of fresh rhubarb nt the
Dr. John Holland has permanently
located fn Hilo.
Weber piano for snle, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. F. Wills, Pahala.
The March Delineator nnd patterns
have arrived at Moses & Raymonds.
Choice delicatessen-Demosthenes Cafe.
Fresh frozen shell oysters, game and
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
Fresh Primo beer on draught at the
Union Saloon; good lunch on the side
board; hearty welcome extended.
You can send n package to any part of
the world by Wclls-Fargo Express. Office
nt the Volcano Stables & Transportation
Demosthenes' Cafe bcrves 011 short
notice bhell oysters, mallard nnd veal
duck, and numerous other refrigerator
Wanted One 5000 gallon water tank,
also one fresh milch cow, must be gentle
ajul good milker. Address or telephone
St. Clair liidgood, Volcano House.
If you wish to purchase anything in
the United States and do not know where
it can be bought, go to the Volcano
Stables and they will secure it for you
through the Wells-Fnrgo Express Co.
See Webb: lie repairs sewing machines,
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas and
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing
machines, needles and oil, cartridges uud
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
The W. Rocky lot on Waiauuenue St.,
just mauka the Haley residence 'occu
pied by C. A. Stobie, is for sale at f 1500.
The lot is 66x150 feet, fronting on Waia
uuenue street. A 5 foot alley extends
along lower side. Inquire of Mr. Rocky
or at th Tribune office.
Jack Easton pumped the bellows which
heated the last rivet and wielded the
hammers which tightened it in the
I. Erricksou was the sub-contractor
who erected the bridge which now awaits
the building ol approaches to reopen to
Bridge street its old time rush of traffic.
The new Wilder steamship Likclike is
expected to be ready for her run out of
Honolulu by April t. She will leave
Honolulu every Monday morning and re
turn to that port Fridays. She will touch
nt the following ports: Kauuakakai, Kaa-
napali and Lahaina; thence to Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halowa, Wailau, Pelekuuti and
Kalaupapa (Molokai), Houolua (Maui);
Kabalcpalaoa or Manele (Lanat); Oiowa
lu, Kihei, Keawakapu, Makeua (Maui),
attd the Island of Kahoolawc by special
arrangement. Returning will leave La
haina on Friday, touching nt Pukoo, Kn
male nnd Knunakiki.
Scaled Tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works, for the
construction ol 1.1,900 feet of Government
road In five sections, between Ookala and
Kuknlntilti Hamakua District, Hawaii,
up to 13 111 or Saturday, March 19, 1904.
Plans and specifications 011 file in the
office of E. E, Richards, ngetit fir the
Public Works Department hI Hilo. Ha
waii, and at the office of the Assistant
Superintendent of Public Works, Hono.
Proposals to be endorsed pn envelope,
"Tenders for Ookala nnd Kukniau Uoad,"
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any or nil bids. .
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
March 8, 1904. 20-1
Opening of bids for the construction of
13,900 feet of Government Road in 5 sec
tions, between Ooknla and Kukniau in
Hamakua District, Hawaii, hns been
postponed until 12 m. of Monday, March
C. S. HOLLOWAY, ,
Superintendent of Pullic Works.
March 11, 1904. 20-3
The opening of bids for the construc
tion of 13,900 feet of Government Road
in 5 sections, between Ookala and Ku
kaiau in Hamakim District, Hawaii, has
been further postponed until 12 m. of
Monday the 28th of March, 1904.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent 6f Public Works.
March 14, 1904. 20-3
Go to the Hilo Market for fresh rhu
barb. For sale Good all round hotsc fine to
drive or ride. Inquire Triiiunis.
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
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for ativ debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' I". GUARD,
Illlo, April 16, 1901. - 24-
Genuine Closing Out Sale
Come 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
in and insnect our new stvles
of GLADIATOR SHOES...
Whether vou need shoes or
mtmammmm not, STOP IN ANYWAY I
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. HILO
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GEO. MUMBY, Mgr. Front St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Bnihlinn
Planing, MouloitiK, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATER TANS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds or Furniture,
Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as new, at easy rates.
Manulacturer ol School Seats, Chinch Pews, and Redwood Guttets, all sires
Bkttkk Than a Pi.astuk, A piece
of flannel dampened with Ctmuihcrhiin's
Pain Balm and hound 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 he more than pleased with the
prompt relief which it affords. The Hilo
Drug Store Bells it.
THE OLD RELIABLE
V I Belle of
11 Whiskey I
pBta PER GALLON
KHB&' - i 1 m
3BjHSp3L Test is byTtate and u will be con- I
jBmSr vhiccd that it has no rival.
S Hoffschlaeger Co.,
EsEfci LIMITED. 1
Mrs. Thomas, Miss Thomas, F. J.
Hagaer, Mrs. F. A. Medcalf, Mrs. Mum
by, C. C. Bitting, Mrs. Iwasaki and
Daughter. C. W. Schneider, Dr. W. A.
Lishtuan, Mrs. H.T. Ccacie, Mrs. J. T.
Newell, Dr. II. Stetson, J. K. Allison,
and Wife, W. W. Candy, and Wife, C.
W. Moore, J. II. Moffitt, T. II. Lelehan,
D. Hewitt, A. W. Bailey, W. II. Kilpat
rick, Mrs. W. II. Kilpatrick, and two.
Children, Miss J. Mcmillan, Mrs. F. J.
Ewing, Mrs. T. Kuhl, Mrs. A. M. Marx,
Mrs. E. L. Barr, Mrs. F. Hofluer, L. II.
Ross, and Wife, J. H.Jeffrey, and Wife.
1 Friday, March nth, cleared, Bark Rode
I rick Dim, Eugalls, muster, for San
I Francisco, with cargo of sugar as
, follows: Olaa, 31.997 bags; Wainaku,
4,000 bags; l'epeekco, 9,000 Dags,
and general merchandise amounting
to $242. Total cargo, $ 171, 107.30.
Saturday, March izth, cleared, American
Ship Suiquehana, Watts, master, 30
crew, with cargo of sugar lor Dela
ware Breakwater for orders, as fol
lows: Olaa, 23,551 bags; Onomea,
17,600 bags; Waiakeu, 9,600; Ho
uouiii 8,000, and l'epeekco, 6,100.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection
It is fearless of competition.
. Absolutely Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
, Notice lo Mariners.
Notice is hereby given that the OUT
RIDE ENTRANCE BELL BUOY, (or
1 Anchorage Buoy), Honolulu Harbor, T.
I II., heretofore reported removed for re
pairs, has been replaced in its old posi
tion, and the spar buoy temporarily
i marking its position, removed.
I By order of the Light-House Board.
A. P. NIBLACK,
Lieut-Commander, U. S. N.,
1 Assistant Inspector Twelfth Light-House
1 At the annual meeting of stockholders
, of the L. Turner Co., Ltd., held Feb. 27,
' 1904, the following officers were elected
for the ensuing year:
C. C. Kennedy President
Adam Lindsay Vice President
K. F. Mackie Secretary
N, C. Willfong Treasurer
F. A. Medcalf. Auditor
A. Ilumburg lirector
' L.Turner Director
I The above named officers constitute the
board of directors.
j KEITH F. MACKIE,'
I 19-3 Secretary.
E. N. HOLMES
Has Just Opened a Large and
Handsome Line of
AT POPULAR PRICES
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Etc.
NEW LINE OP
FOR MEN AND
E. N. HOLMES
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