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THR- WKKKLY HILO TRXBUNK, H1LO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH jj, 1904.
1'.. T. l'umnn it n p,iHw.ii(er to Hono
li. E. l'.ixtou win mining the Kiintu
The April Dulineiitor- hne nrilVeii nt
Mo-.es & Raymond's.
Mint Florence Scott goes lo Honolulu
toiluy for 11 short visit.
TI10 Fnlls of Clyde hn- been out itrclve
dni from S.111 Frnneisr
Mrs. Stein and Mi- jtein will u.ive
Ililoou the Falls of Uue.
M. 1'. McDonald has ook-d to li-nvc
W. II. Shipuinii telui d by the Kiu.iu
Wednesday trout Honolulu.
C. 1'. lleiiton c.une In me Wednesday
from n business trip to J (nojiilu.
J. G. Rothwell, maim, or for Peacock
& Co., returns to Honolu.u todny.
' Dr. M. Wnchs relumed Wednesday
from a professional trip i ) Ivulmln.
Peacock & Co. have pi on n delivery
wagon 10 uevier sere w.i. r tiiaiumeis. t
A. H. Jucksou rcttir'ititl Wcdncsdiy,
, ) CONTROL TO BREWER & CO.
i The news im brought hy the
I J Heleue yesterday of the c.msutil-
inntion of 11 dun) whereby the eon
troliug interest in the I'eeekt'o
Plantation, held liy Alexnuder
You i.'. p'is.es to C. Ilreuer & Co.
l'eptekeu lies between Holiotuil
mid OnomiNi, two estates already
routroled by Hrewer & Co.
JAl'.H CONVlCIT.H AIIAIN
THE LIST SHOWS THAT
r'liuiu'oslil mill Uulniiithi
llttlll) Of (.'(lllspllllC).
S III the Fourth Circuit Court this wtek, I
I the trial of l'utiaeoshi mid Watauahe on!
I the charge of conspiracy occupUd four in I
a five days, ending Thursday morning in 11
J verdict of guilty. C. C. Hitting, nttoruey
f j for the defense, availed himself of every
f ! means to turn the tide in behalf of his
4 I clients. In his final addrei-s to the jury
i ! he spoke for two hours unit that his theo
i j ries of the case found sympathy in the
J box is shown by the first ballot cast which .
The; bienking of 11 line caiistd the over I
Found , turning ofn cnrri.igi- nt Piiim Wednesday, 1 . . . . , . ,
throwing out the occupants. Mrs. S..nd. KAMI I A I N .S A 1 H. IlKNl I N'H
,l- -v -- -..V ' 'v f a i w w i
ers, uiotlier of Captain Siiuidrrs, mid his
wife were in the carriage at the (hue. I
The cldir lady whs die most seriously
ittjuteil, she sustaining a broken leg.
Captain Sauuder's wife had one hand
slightly hurt. Mrs. Saunders was brought
to Hllo and is getting along very nictly I
nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stone !
' First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Mafcli 27. Morning theme:
"Confession Unto Salvation" Kom. 10:10.
Evening: '-So Orcat Salvation" a bible
reading in the book of Hebrews.
The Ilcncvolent 1'iitul collection will be
for foreign missions.
At the close of the morning service the
Standing Committee will meet nny who
j may desire to unite with the church upon
profession of their faith or by letter.
The oriental german to be given the
first week ill April promises to be equal
from n two weeks' triput und the Island.
Peacock & Co. lute 1 talk in lodnya j t0 jtilo's most interesting parties,
TKlliUNIC of lutcio-l h. consumers of decorations will look like a street In Yo
beer. Jkohama celebrating the capture ol Port
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. MeKenuey and son ! Arthur,
have booked to sail on in.-Palls of Cljde I The Young Men's Republican Club
in April. meets nt Waiakea next Tuesday evening
The motion for a new trial in the Putin-1 at 7:30 o'clock. At last Tuesday's meet
coshi uiiil, Wutnnube case will be ar-1 ing the constitution and by-laws, modeled
gued next Thursday. " I on those of the Honolulu Club, were
W. II. Peers 1ms been appointed n9
agent to grant marriage licenses in the
district of South HilV
Mr. nnd Mi's. H. L. Ross leave by the
Kinnu today for Honolulu. At Honolulu
In the estate of Ceo. Gordon, Dan I "" win for l,,c nininland on the
Porbes has been npoliiled Administrator
under bonds of $2,500
J. P. I.lno, formerly n subject of Portir
gal, was made an American citizen hy
Judge Little this week.
A call for a meeting of the Precinct
clubs in this mid the Wni.ikea precincts
is published in this issue.
Miss Mabel Woods of Ilohula gave an
enjoyable poi supper at her home in Ko
hala last Thursday evening.
The Knights of Pythias will hnvc work
in the second degree Tuesday evening,
March 39, nt their castle hall. 1
The case of the Territory vs. It. II. I
Brown, charged with embezzlement, has
been continued to the May term
A new germ proof Pasteur filter ready
to attach to the water tap ior sale at half
price. Inquire at the Trihunk office.
The household effects of R. R. Ilerg
will be sold at auction, beginning at 10
nTm. tomorrow', at his residence in Puueo.
The Ililo Hand rendered n concert last
night at the Ililo Hotel and will give an
other at the same place Sunday next nt
3 P- m.
Mrs. I.. K. Pearson nnd son Roderick
will leave on the Palls of Clyde for Port
land, Oregon, where they will spend the
Captain Miller, lately master of the S.
S. Enterprise, has accepted the, position
of manager of Mntsou's oil business nt
Any sportsman who wants an I.. C.
Smith double barreled shotgun can se-
cute same cheap by upplyingnt Trihunk j
office for particulars.
Theie will be nil Easter Egg social nt
the Foreign Church Tuesday evening, 1
April 5. The ladies nre arranging for n
very unique and interesting program.
Every body invited.
The surveyors are nt work on the line j
of the Koliala-Hilo railway. Stakes I
have been driven from Ililfi lo the Hono-
Ventura. They will spend a few months
in Iowa and Ohio, Mr. Ross returning to
Ililo in June.
The Republican Club of the Third Pre
cinct meets at Waiakea next Wednesday
evening nt 7:30. Everybody invited to
attend. At n meeting last night, G. P.
Affonsowns elected Corresponding Secre
tary of the club.
Japanese captured n shark off Ililo
harbor this week measuring over fourteen
feet in length. This monster, of the deep
had n mouth twenty inches from jowl to
jowl, and could easily swallow any man
in town except Sotiza, Ilerg and Lelllond.
The b.g selachian was turned over to R.
T. Gunrd who will preserve its head and
Judge. Hnpai ran up against a difficulty
in dispensing justice Wednesday that will
require some little time lo overcome. The
defendant was a Korean arrested for dis
turbing the pence. When he came up for
trial, the next thing was to find an inter
preter. He tried Japane.se, Porto Ricati,
Chinese and Portuguese without success,
then continued the case until some Ko
teatt Icarus the English language.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
.Mountain View. 51-tf
For sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. P. Wills, Pahala'.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg nt Demosthenes, two drinks for n
Choice delicatessen-Demosthenes Cafe.
Presh fiozeu shell oysters, game and
Call and sec the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Ililo, Hnwaii.
You can bend u package to any 'part of
the world by Wells-Fargo Express. Office
nt the Volcano Stables & Transportation
Demosthenes' Cafe tcivts on short
notice shell oysters, mallard and veal
Election of Olllcors.
wns six losix for nemtittnl nnd conviction.
The defense put no witnesses on the 1 At the postponed annual meeting of the
stand nt nil but aifeued the case as shown I Ililo Masonic Hull Association, Ltd., held
up by the prosecution. The ntlonteys i'li inc imisi uaiiR 01 lino on haiuruny,
for the Territory were Carl S. Smith and
Thos. C. Ridgwny.
After the verdict wus handed in de
fendant's counsel filed u motion for a
new trial. '
The defendants nre under sentence of
long terms to the penitentiary for murder
in the second degree, appeal 011 which is 1
now pending in the Supreme Court. The '
crime of conspiracy wns committed in
connection with the murder of which j
they were convicted. Prom the evidence
it apucnis they were holding Motohiro
for n ransom. In other words they con
spired to extort.
March 19, 1904, the following officers
were elected for the ensiling year:
President, P. Peck,
Vice-President, J. T. Moir.
Secretary, A, Lindsay.
Trensurcr, E. E. Richnrds. , 1
Auditor, D. Mackenzie.
( ico. 11. wimams, )
ADAM LINDSAY, Secretory.
Organization Klfrctrd for First Itep
The Young Men's Republican Club of
the First Representative District held a
meeting Tuesday night and adopted 11
constitution and by-laws and elected offi-.
cers. The club starts out with n member-
kRhii? of over thirty charter members nnd
will seek recruits Irom every precinct 111
the district. The constitution is one ap
proved by the Republican Club ht Hono
lulu, nnd among its strictest requirements
is loyal republicanism on the part of
The officers elected arc as follows:
James D. Lewis, President; R. A. Lyman,
Jr., Vice-President; Chnrlcs Akau. Sec.
ond Vice-President; W. H. Beers, Secre
tary; S. L. Desha, Trensurcr; G. F. Af
fonso, Corresponding Secretary; T. M.
The club will hold a meeting nt Waia
kea next Tuesday night and expects to
take in twenty members 111 thn( precinct.
All Republicans nre solicited to become
identified with. the club.
Wninkea Mill Co.
At the annual meeting of this Com
pany, held on , the 17II1 inst., the follow
ing officers were elected to serve lor the
ensuing year, viz:
President, Mr. F. M. Swnuzy.
Vice-President, Mr. Alexander Young.
Treasurer, Mr. T. Clivc Davics.
Secretary, Mr. W. II. Ilaird.
Auditor, Mr. II. W. M. Mist.
W. H. I1AIRD.
Secretary Wninkea Mill Co.
Honolulu, T. II., March 17, 1904. 21-3
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. Kerluedy President
Adam Lindsay Vice President
K. F. Mnckic Secretary
N. C. Willfong Treasurer
F. A. Medcnlf. .-. Auditor
A. Humburg Director
L. Turner Director
The above named officers constitute the
board of directors.
KEITH F. MACKIE,
Men's Undershirts, -Men's
Men's Straw Hats, -Men's
Straw Hats, -Men's
Men's khaki trousers,
were $ .65, now $ .40
.65, upw .45
.90, now ,65
2.00, now 1.50
now 1 .75
m. f. Mcdonald
in' and inspect onr new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES. . .
Whether you need shoes or
i 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 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 Noar Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager
I duck, and numerous other refrieeralbr
The work is being done under ,ieicncies.
the supervision of Robert Hawxhurst,
engineer for the Kohala-IIilo Railroad
TTnnn arril'jil nt tlliQTinrl 111,- shin ITf-niL I
worth discharged and paid off her entire
crew of 30 sailors, the wages amounting
to $1,643.10. This addition to the circu
lating medium of the. port, ought to help
the money stringency, temporarily at nny
Wanted One 5000 gnllou water tank,
, nlso one fresh milch cow, must he gentle
uiiu goon miiKcr. Ainiress or leiepuoue
St. Clair llldgood, Volcano House.
If you wish to purchase anything ill
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-Fargo Express Co.
Utilise to the Island.
James McNichols of the Ililo Electric
Light Co. has n good scheme up his
sleeve nnd through our columns this
week gives the public the benefit of it.
Mr. McNichols suggests that the now
ij'.lc cables of the old Wniluku suspension
bridge be utilized in the building ofn
suspension foot-bridge from the mainland
nt Kuiuchu across to Cocojuut Island.
The building of the piers etc, would cost
but 11 few hundred dollars, hut the benefit
1 to the public would warrant the outlay
which should be by public subscription.
A tool-keeper could be employed und n
nominal figure charged mid collected
from persons using the bridge to get
ncross to Mokuola. Who will head the
list with f 100? Only J50U would be re
nuired. A Voz Publica.
Miss High, Miss M. J. Allen, Mrs.
Mary Holmes, Miss Adeline Grozelier,
Henry Holmes, II. F. Williams, II. L.
Walker, G. II. Risley, Mrs. G. II. Risley,
F. II. Applctou, Mrs. F. II. Appleton, I).
Frank Steele, Mrs. D. A. Morey, Homer
L. Ross und wife, E. V. Morgan, E. Dow-1
ditch, I). Wendell, A. Coster, J. G. Roth- i
well, W. C. McCoy, Mrs. G. V. Jenkins,
E. T. Parsons, Miss F. Scott, C. C. Hill
lug, J. A. Scott, Mrs. W. G. Ileunett, W.
McDougnl, G. II. llecht. A. Hanueberg
and wife, C. Ilcdermauu and wife, T.
Clive Dnvies, Lieut. J. R. Slnttery, C. von
Drntheu, Rev. O. II. Gulick, W. W.Ilird,
J. F. Unnuister, Mrs. F. M. Spencer nnd
Ml.l IVTlee Plnm tTfr.l. It WTn t .. .Iiniic.
"I"l"l -" V.. Ull. " IUt! '. HIIKIIIUUK
PAUSE, PLEASE, AND
'Nearly the Best"
"Good as the Best"
1 hktti'.r than a 1'i.astkr, a piece
I of llnuiiel dampened with Chamberlain's No man can predict the sort of weather
I Fain Dalm and bound to the effected thut will prevail in Hilo. In March, 1902,
I parts is superior to any plaster. When the rainfall in Hilo was 74 inches; for the
I troubled with lame back, or pains in the same mouth in 1903, the record was four
side or chest, give it a trial and you nre , inches. This month there has been uo
certain to be more than pleased with the I rain until Wednesday this week, when n
prompt relief which it affords. Toe Hilo slight shower laid the dust. It is always
Has Just Opened a Large and
Handsome Line of
AT POPULAR PRICES
Drug Store sells it.
THE OLD RELIABLE
safe lo say that Ililo will have more or
1 less rain during the year, but when it will j
, come, no man kuoweth.
7HEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE
W. II. Shipiiiau, II. W. Youlg, II.
Cant, E. 11. Mnby, S. Kcndell, Miss K.
Hnpai, I. II. CI111, E. E. l'axton, C. I'.'
llenton, Mrs. II. C.'llrown, Miss High,
II. A. Walker, G. C. McSccele, Henry
Holmes, Miss Csoslien, Mrs. II. Holmes,
II. F. Williams, F. A. Atherton, Mrs. F. j
A. Atherton, Mrs. T. A. Morey, G. II. j
Risley nnd wife, Miss W. J. Allen.
The lllnziMl Trull. j
The writings of Stewart Edward White
have the right of way in till the leading :
magazines of the country. His story1
."The Mazed Trail" is one" of his most!
fascinating efforts, dealing with life in I
I the pine woods of the North. The Till- j
1 HUNK takes pleasure in presenting
'the first instalment
1 story this week.
of this high class I
I Large supply
I Hilo Market.
of fresh rhubarb ut the
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Etc.
NEW LINE OF
FOR MEN AND BOYS
E. N. HOLMES
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