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TMX WKXKLY HII.O TRISUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, MDAY, APXIT. f, 1904.
.Sacrifice sale nl McDonald's.
Prof. Ileinhaw Muck from Honolulu.
Mm. I). A. I.oclH-nsteln goes to Hono
HIICKI'TION AM OANCC
I wiint to rent my Puueo
Mrs. Julian Mousarrat is n passenger to
Honolulu today, i
Mrs. J. 1 Robinson in n passenger for
Miss Ruth Hicliiinlsoti rclurncil Wed
nesday from Hilo.
N. C, Willfong returned from Hono
lulu by the Kumu.
Pelt Hats at cost, Straw Hats at less
than cost ut McDonald's.
Senator J. T. Brown went to Honolulu
today to attend the legislature.
Buy good serviceable Mdsc. at COST
at McDonald's closing out tale.
William Pullar was a returning passen
ger Wednesday from Honolulu.
A. T. Hagenkamp has been engaged
by the Hilo Mercantile Co. to take cliurgc
of tlielr grocery department.
For Rent Nine room convenient and
well finished cottage, located oh Pleasant
street. Apply to A. E. Sutton & Co.
J. W. Mason leaves by the Kinau to
day fdr Honolulu. He will go from there
to the Coast to remain away several
Examinations (or Assistant Light House
keeper will not be held until Septembcrl
A number of applicants reside in and
The Waiakca Mission building has been
freshly painted inside and out, much to
the gratification of Miss Wight and her
Capt. E. W. Parker of the Wilder' S.
S. Claudine nml Mrs. D. T. Bailey uere
united in the bonds of matrimony on
J. S. Canari6 was n passenger on the
St. Kathcrine for San Prancisco, where
he goes on business. He will be away
two or three mouths.
The St. Kntherine, Captain Saunders,
sailed for San Prancisco last Tuesday,
with sugar and general merchandise
ngrcgatmi; in value $109,320.58.
People wanting Jnpancse costumes for
the Oriental ball can procure them of the
manager of the Japanese theater. Geo.
N. Pay will direct applicants to the head
quarters of the thespiuu.
The Notley will case will probably be
in the Fourth Circuit Court again before
long. Mrs. Notley has filed a petition
claiming dower rights in lieu of her be
quest under the will.
A number of young ladies took n moon
light horseback ride Tuesday evening,
which ended in a very enjoyable clam
chowder party at the homo of Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Guard at Reed's It iv.
Panama Hats at cost at McDonald's.
The weaving department of the Waia
kca mission has articles for sale at Moses
& Raymond's store. Those desirous of
helping on the good work are invited to
call and inspect.
The General Arthur Cigar is sold every
where and the choice of discriminating
smokers. If your cigar-man isn't up-to-date
send $1 to Gunst-Eakin Cigar Co.,
Houolulu, and get 12 General Arthur
Cigars packed in tin box.
An Easter social will be given at the
Foreign Church on next Tuesday eve,
April 5. There will be a program of
tableaux and music and Easter refresh
ments will be served at 35c a plate. Fancy
Easter and candied eggs, very suitable
for the children, will be on sale. Every
Col. McLennan, O. Imbs, S. E. Damon,
Mrs. J Monsarr.il, Wm. Thompson,
Senator J. T. llrown, E. P. Muble, W. K.
Harden, J. W. Mason, Mrs. J. I.. Robin
bon, V. Osorio, M. K. Kealawaa, Rev. O.
C. Logan and wife, Sen. P. P. Woods,
Col. Satnl. Parker, E. P. Low, Capt. J.
Ross,' A. Fernandez and wife, G. Mcin
tosh and wife, P. Obrien, Mrs. Barry and
child, Mrs. D. A. Loebeusteiu, Miss Mc
Donald, L. W. Haworth.
Honor of Past Kxnllrd Kilter,
Mr. A. C. .McKenur).
Past Exalted Ruler A. C. McKcmicy o
the Hilo Lodge, No. 759, leaves for the
I coast by the Falls of Clyde about the 15th
residence ,ol April. His brother Elks, in recogni
tion of the valuable aerviecs rcndeied by
himself and Mrs. MeUeitney at all social
function given by the Lodge have de
cided they shall not be allowed to depart
from Hilo in any other than a happy
fiauic of mind, and Wl assure this a com
mittee has been appointed to make ar
rangements for a farewell reception and
dance to be given in their honor at the
Elks' Hnll on Tuesday evening, April
nth. Mrs. McKcnncy will be greatly
tnisscd by the music-loving people of
Hilo, who have on many occasions been
charmed by the power and.sweetncss of
her vocalization and other accomplish
ments that she possesses in a marked de
gree. Elks, especially, deplore the de
parture from Hilo of such kindly, genial,
v hole-soulcd people as the McKenney's.
FROST UrTlUE UUANUE.
Trlliutif Hns n Now Editor After
L. W. Haworth, manager ol the Hilo
Triuunk for a little more than two years
leacs today for Honolulu to accept a po
sition on the staff of the Evening Bulletin."
The Triuunk from today will be under
the management and direction of W. C.
Cook, late of Papaikott. Mr. Cook has
been one of the leading .exponents of
republicanism in the campaigns of recent
years ami will continue to make 111c
Triuunk a republican newspaper devoted
to the best interests ol Hilo.
Elks Elect OlUcers.
The Benevolent and Protective Order
of Elks held their second annual election
of officers last Monday night, resulting
in the choice of the following: E. E.
Richards, Exalted Ruler: H. Vicars, Es
teemed Leading Knight; J. Castle Uidg
way, Esteemed Loyal Knight; W. C.
Cook. Esteemed Lecturing Knight; Fred
Breyuiau, Secretary; It. F. Schoen, Treas
urer; Dr. M. Wachs, Tyler; E. H. Aus
After the election Mr. W. G. Walker of
Ookala was given a beautiful set of ant
lers in due form, becoming thereby the
youngest member of the herd. After the
initiatory rites refreshments were served.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, April 3, 1904.
Morning "Jesus and the Two Disci
ples at Emmaus," Lk. 24:1a. The quar
terly communion will be observed in con
nection with the morning service.
Evening An Easter service of song
PAUSE, PLEASE, AND
"Nearly the Best"
"Good as the Best"
The April Delineators have arrived at
Moses & Raymond's,
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
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.
A new germ proof Pasteur filter ready
to attach to the water tap lor sale at half
price. Inquire at the Triuunk office.
You can send a package to any part of
the world by Wells-Fargo Express. Office
at the Volcano Stables & Transportation
Demosthenes' Cafe serves on short
notice shell oysters, mallard and veal
duck, and numerous other refrigerator
If you wish to purchase anything in
the United States uud 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.
ClIAMUHRLAIN'S COUCH RKMKDVCUrCS
the cold and does not produce any bad
effects. It strengthens the lungs and
leaves the system in a healthy condition.
It always cures and cures quickly. The
Hilo Drug Store sells it.
Bkttur Than a Pi.asthk, A piece
of flannel dampened with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bound to the ef .-cted
parts is superior to any plaster. When
troubled with lame back, or pains in the
side or chest, give it a trial and you are
certain to be more than pleased with the
prompt relief which it a fibrils. The Hilo
Drug Store bells it.
hoard or traih:.
Onirers unit Members of Exeeiillve.
At the Board of Trade meeting held on
Tuesday night for the purpose of electing
its officers, Mr. Brughelli gained addi
tional laurels ns a public spirited citizen
by his repudiation of the statement, as
shown in the minutes of the previous
meeting, that he had placed a man, a
mule and a catt at the disposal of the
Road Board ill the hope of reimburse
ment nt some future dale.
Mr. Brughelli stated in most emphatic
terms that he had donated, fully and
freely, the services of the aforesaid man,
mule and cart in the hope that other citi
zens might follow suit, and by doing
away with the menace to public safety
existing at the Walluku bridge, and prob
ably by the extension of Bridge street to
Volcano street, convince the members of
a dilatory Road Board that Improvements
of this character must and would be at
tended to, funds or no funds.
It is needless to state that the minutes
were corrected and Mr. BrugbelH warmly
applauded by the citizens present.
Messrs. Hayes and Smith reported hav
ing obtained over 100 signatures to the
constitution and by-laws and collected
$370 in the wa of fees and dues.
In the election of officers there was a
spirited contest for the office of President
between Messrs. J. W. Mason, E. N.
Holmes and W. II. Lambert, the honors
finally falling upon the shoulders of Mr.
Holmes. Mr. J. W. Mason nud Dr. John
Holland were elected to the offices of
First and Second Vice-President by accla
mation. The rest of the office bearers
are as follows: Recording Secretary, II.
Vicars; Treasurer, C. A. Stobie; Corre
sponding Secretary, W. C. Cook. Tin
Executive Council consists of seven
members of the organization, who will
act as chairmen of various committees of
five to be selected from the main body.
Out of fifteen nominations for Executive
Couucilmeu, the following having re
ceived the highest number of votes are
responsible for the future guidance of
Hilo's "ship of trade" through calms and
storms into the haven of prosperity:
Philip Peck, Dr. Henry Hayes, W. II.
Umbert, C. E. Wright, John A.Scott,
Adam Lindsay and C. E. Furueaux.
The executive council at Wednesday's
meeting appointed the following gentle
men as heads of committees:
Local Improvement A. Lindsay.
Federal Improvement P. Peck.
Advertising and Promotion C. E.
Agricnlture J. A. Scott.
Various Industries C. E. Furueaux.
Legislation Dr. Henry Hayes.
Transportation W. II. Lambert.
Reception Committee E. N. Holmes,
chairman; Vice Presidents J. W. Mason
and Dr. Holland and Corresponding Sec
retary W. C. Cook.
UKI.IUHTFUI. DANCE. '
Mlreu by Mrs. Mnckle In Honor of
Mrs. Mumhy. !
Mr. and Mrs. Keith F. Mackle gave a
most enjoyable dance at their residence
on Pitman street Friday evening last in
honor of Mrs. Mumby. An extension of
the lauai formed the dancing pavilion,
the same being prettily decorated with i
I ferns and flowers and brilliantly illumi
nated by colored Incandescent lights
I strung across the ceiling.
I An excellent repast was served at 10:10
p. m., after which dancing was resumed
and continued into the "wee sma hours'
of the morning. Mrs. Traccy officiated
at the piano, furnishing dance music of a
most delightful character, which was
thoroughly appreciated by the sixty
"light hcel'd" lovers of Terpsichore who
had the good fortune to be present.
The guests present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Mumby, A. James, L. K. Pearson,
C. H. Hitchcock, II. L. Shaw, Holmes,
Marsh, Oppirgelt, W. S. McLean, F.
Brcyman, J. C. Mocjnc, T. Black, A. M.
Wilson, Dr. and Mrs. Holland. Mrs. Will
fong ; Dr. Schocuiug, W. R. Campbell,
A Frozer, J. U. Smith, W. I. Madeira, R.
Lindsay, J. D. Kennedy, W. C. Cook, J
Henderson, G. N. Day, F. Souza, J. Hies
cr 111.1 11, Morchcad ; MisscsGibsou, Eaton,
Smidt, Mociuc, Donald, Nella Souza;
Chiclo Souza, Marie Canario, Jennie
THE LIST SHOWS THAT
BARGAINS ARE GENUINE
Driving up Front street on Friday last
Mrs. Lewis Schoen met with a very pain
ful accident due to the breaking of a
shaft belt which allowed the shaft to sag
upon the heels of the horse, thereby
frightening the animal, which plunged
wildly, and colliding with a telephone
pole overturned the buggy throwing Mrs.
Schoen with considerable force to the
ground' Medical aid was at once sum
moned, and it was ascertained that be
yond several painful bruises about the
head and face, no serious injuries had
been inflicted. From last reports wc
understand that Mrs. Schoen is making
favorable progress toward recovery.
The Republicans of the Third Precinct
held a meeting at Christian Science hall
Waiakea last evening and nominated
candidates to the Territorial Convention
as follows: Geo. Kaiser, G. F. Afibnso,
C. N. Prouty. John Bohncnberg, E. N.
Voellcr and M. F. J. Dale. The Prim-
nrics Elcctiou will be held at Christian
Science hall, inspectors W. F. J. Dale,
John Mauuia and D. Spaulding.
Men's Straw Hats,
Men's Straw Hats,
Men's Felt Hats,
Men's khaki trousers,
$ .65, now $
1. 00, now
m. f. Mcdonald
in and inspect onr new styles
of GLADIATOR SHOES. . .
Whether vou need shoes or
,wmmmmmm not, STOP IN ANYWAY 1
We are so prond of the new stock of these goods
we arc 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 Noar 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.
THE OLD RELIABLE
March 31, 1904.
To the Editor: An article in the
Herald this morning in relcreucc to the
responsibility for the unsanitary condi
tion of laud mauka Hilo's Park is mis
leading, most probably for the reason
that the Herald writer was not here four
years ago, or did not ask any of us old
kamaainas how the place was in yc olden
When I took possession of that land
five years ago it was. a reeking quagmire,
receiving the offal, filth and corruption of
the entire settlement mauka Front street.
I have seen a dog, mistaking the two-
inch scum for solid ground, jump in and
disappear. I have heard of cows mireiug
down and disappearing forever. Ouroua
time health officer, Metz. went in once
up to his middle, "and never went there
The Government land below and Mr.
Furneaux's land above was in a like con
dition. When I began the fill people "laughed,"
but when the place began to blossom as a
rose Mr. Furneaux followed suit, and
made his improvements even better than
mine. I think he spent 3000 or more in
filling in sand. John T. Brown filled in
I the laud below mine. The only quag
mire left is the laud owned by the gov
ernment known as "Proposed Richardson
The government owns that road in fee
simple: They have $3000 appropriated for
the building of it from the loan fund.
The money is lying idle in the Hono
lulu banks, the same as are the frogs and
mosquitoes in the s.iid "street."
The frogs are on the increase. Is there
I any increase in the money. Is anyone
I receiving interest for its use? If not, why
J is it not expended?
I Another thing while we arc 011 the sub
ject. They say the "Guv'ineut" is think
ing of spending money for sewerage for
How much think 011 the dollar docs it
take to get "Guv'ineut" money spent in
Hilo? J. U. SMITH,
Member Hilo Board of Trade.
E. N. HOLMES
Has Just Opened a Large, and
Handsome Line of
AT POPULAR PRICES
7HERE 75 NO SUBSTITUTE
N. C. Willfong, Prof. Henshaw. K.
Matsuuiura and wife, Chan Kai and wife.
Miss I. Reuwick, O. Imbs, K. Imoeb, W.
K. Ilnrndeu, Miss Ruth Richardson, Mrs.
J. h, Richardson, Win. Pullar, Col. Mc
Clellan, G. P. Bliss, I). I.. Grimes, Miss
M. Bliss, II. B. Manning, C. Abolgie
wood, Miss F. Abotgicuood, Miss I 11.
Hurtsliarn, Miss I,. Keen, Miss M. B,
Slckley, F. F. Crowsou, Miss F. I,. Wil-liauis.
Ladies' Trimmed Hats
Plain and Fancy Ribbons
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Etc.
NEW LINE OF
FOR MEN AND BOYS
E. N. HOLMES
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