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McDonald is going I" l"ve ntrnuctlol
sale rend his nil.
John Watt Is up from Honolulu looking
into conditions In tlil district.
The Ililn Drug Company pays Its reg
ular qunttcrly 5 per cent dividend
Owing to the continued
Editor Stacker, W
tt ttinlili U ilnlnif '
II. hiuitn is uoing ,
the tneutnl, aberration for the Herald
Deputy Sheriff 1'cttcr in nil exciting
chase last Tuesday nlgljt overturned his
buggy, smashing tin; rig but himself es
Mr. and Mrs. 15. N. Holmes entertain
ed n number of friends at dinner 1'riday
night in celebration of Mr. Holmes'
The four vear old son of. Ah Ping, the I
P,iln n.i.iini ftl frnni tu- nlintiiniMit
ol the new bridge upon a pile of rocks
below, n distance of twenty feet and was
picked up unharmed.
Judge and Mrs. Harry S. Ricknrd have
issued Invitations to the marriage of their
daughter Annie to David" Reinhardt on
Saturday evening, May 7th. The cere
tnotiy will take place nt I.aupahoehoe.
Senator Paris introduced a bill in the
Senate at the beginning of the special
session providing for the consolidation of
the o dices of Registrar of Conveyances
nnd the Registrar of the Court of Laud
Malcolm M. Springer,, until recently
employed with Wise & Ross has been
nppointed official court stenographer in
Judge Little's Court to succeed Miss
Abbic Stein, who leaves for the coast by
the Falls of Clyde.
Road Engineer Gere has received
authorization for the immediate construc
tion of Alcauiai bridge, near where the
rock crusher stands. This will replace
the rotting structure which it has been
necessary to prop up at this point. ,
The Knights of Pythias nt their regular
meeting of the Lodge on Tuesday de
elded to give n steropticau exhibition nt
their hall on Saturday evening, o which
nil members of the lodge, visiting
brothers and ladies arc cordially Invited.
Judge Little has been invited by the
AmeVican Bar Association and Governor
David R. Eraucis, President of the St.
Louis Exposition to take part in the
Universal Congress of Lawyers and
Jurists, to be held in that city Sept. 28th
to 3otli 1904. ,
Deputy Marshal Frank L. Winter ar
rived on the Kiuau to serve the paper in
the. bankruptcy proceeding against Y.
Hamada, instituted by M. Phillips,
Hymaii Bros, and Pacific Hardware Co,
of Honolulu. The Marshal ' will take
p&ssessioi of nil property of bankrupt.
Francisco Lopez, the Porto Ricau
boarder at the Hilo Jail, did the dis
appearing act at 4 p, m. Thursday nft; r
noon nt the same time inconsiderately
taking with him bcveral yards of anchor
chain belonging to Sheriff Andrews. He
was accompanied. by Narcisco Rosa,, who
likewise took French leave. '
Miss Lucille Lucas, eldest daughter of
R. A. Lucas, was quietly married to,
George Manu, on Friday eyenjng. Mr.
Mnnu Is a postal clerk in the local office,
n.nd the young couple, unable to overcome
parental objections, decided to embark on
a married career of their own. They are
residing nt a cottage 011 Pitman Street.
To the housewife or epicure who be
lieves in the perfect refrigerntjon of
meats, game and fish, the cold storage
plant of Demosthenes Cafe is a delight
and pleasure to one's soul. With several
compartments tat varying degrees of tem
perature, .Lycurgus is able to keep the
rarest luxuries 011 hand at nil seasons.
A visit to this miuaturc ice factory is
well worth the .trouble, nnd the genial
proprietor is ever willing to exhibit his
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath services, April 24, 1904: ir a.
hi. "They feared the Lord, and served
their own gods," 2 Kings 17:33. 7:30 p.
in. Study in the Hook of Hebrews, be
ginning with the sixth chapter.
PAUSE, PLEASE, AND
"Nearly the Best"
"Good as the Best"
-! BEST WHISKEY
tliuolmll lit the I'rti'k.
, The Ililo Honnl.on
ftNiiccting on Thursday
.Wi consider the (idvla.11
,Uc uo of the proitosc
Trade held a public
evening of lau week
: pdvlsauilily or tienimung 1
prooscd water front park
i for biscoall. Ann
biscoall. Application nan
1 uindc bv members of the baseball fritter
nity for the use of n portion of the park
1 for baseball mid other sports, which re
quest nrouscd considerable opposition on
the part of those who believed the playluu
,of baseball on Sunday Is n desecration of
on'ioat". , jne isxecuuve council
,'l' AI.1..I ,. ..1...ll.llll.,
of taking tAdlcaP ftjtt-ojt, submitted the
proposition to the whole organization,
l'resideut Holmes called stlic Hoard to
gether and stated the purpose of the meet
ing. 15. K.' Richards espoused the cause
of the spprtsmen and was followed in
iiuitk succession by I.. A. Andrews, P. C.
Miitiiiii'i tv aiiuum.! kit. iinfiiiiiiiii
J llenmer nudPr. Hayes, all of whom
favored the .-scheme. It' seemed that
I whatever opposition there may have been
originally to the use of the park for this
I purpose, was dissipated by the arguments
of the .friends of baseball. Without
further debate, the members of the Hoard
of Trade voted'td the" baseball boys the
coveted-privilege nnd the nines will
"line up" for action,
Considerable interest is being displayed
Inthc local baseball games, as was de
monstrated by the crdwd which witnessed
the game Inst Saturday afternoon between
the Ililo Hoarding School and the Reamer
Specials, played on 'the school campus.
Owing to lack of pmctice on both sides,
the team work Is not as good nrtnlght be
expected but is steadily improving. The
score at the close of the game, stood 10
to 16 In favor of Ileauier.s picked nine.
Thc.game between the Hilo Railroad
team and the Bcauier Specials scheduled
for, last Sunday afternoon nt Hoolulu
1'ark'was called off on accobtlt of the
Inclemency of the weather. It will be
played next Sunday nt 3:00 o'clock p in.
A ricufiiuit Surprise Party.
Otic of the pleasant farewell parties
given to departing Hiloltcs. wns the in
y - ...". . ...
loruiai iinncc at tne Home ot Air. ami Mrs.
Keith Mackie last Thursday evening, in
honor of Miss Phoebe Gibson and V.
Ross Campbell prior to their departure
or Honolulu. Miss Gibson will take up
professional work in Honolulu, while Mr.
Campbell proceeds to Shanghai and the
Orient. After a dinner to the departing
guests at the Mackie residence, n score or
more of the lattcrs' friends dropped in
and proceeded to make things lively for
the twain. Mrs. Tracy provided the
music mid the dancers did the rest, the
entertainment continuing until n late
J. T. Moir, Carl Smith, C. N. Prouty,
Rev. S. L. Desha, M. J. De Gouvea, W.
II, Beers, John Wntt, Henry E. Kelsey,
G. F. Alfonso, Mrs. Warlanil, Mrs. Hag
enkauip, A. W. T. Bottomley, J. H. Mack
enzie, Frank Winter, Geo. T. Brown,
Mrs. C. Kimble, Mary Ailau and girl,
Mrs. Kaineake, W. K. Kealnwa, T.
Sawauo, T. Yorckurn, Hon. Clias. Akau,
Miss Longmor, E. W. Kinney and son,
Mrs. E. W. Kinney and daughter.
Lost Four Fingers.
F. II. Bcrggram, head carpenter of the
Hilo Railroad car shops got his right
hand caught in the planer early yesterday
morning and before the machine could be
stopped, four fingers were severed just
below the knuckles, leaving the thumb
intact. Medical assistance was imme
diately secured, his hand dressed and the
patient is doing as well as could be ex
pected under the circumstances.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Giddings and son,
Miss Giddings, Mr. and Mrs. J. 15. Upson,
Miss Upson, F. L. Winter, T. R. Robin
son, Mrs., C. Kimball, R.J. Lewis, W. P.
Love, Can Fung, Mrs. I. F. Hadley, E.
P. Lowe and wife.
Fine Bock Beer on draught at the Hilo
I want to rent
my Puueo residence
The April Delineators nnd patterns
have nrnved nt Moses & Raymond's.
Ten. cents per head will be given for
live mongoose delivered at the Keystone
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg nt "Demosthenes, two drinks for a
For Rent Two cottages, all modern
conveniences, located in Puueo. Enquire
W. P. McLean.
' Jack Bergstrom of the Iiergstrom Music
Co., piano and organ tuner, will be in
Hilo about the last of the mouth.
For Rent Nine room convenient nnd
well finished cottage, located on Pleasant
street. Apply to A. E. Sutton & Co.
A iiew'germ proof Pasteur filter ready
to attnch to the water tap tor sale nt half
price. Inquire ut the Triuunk office.
You can send n package to any part of
the world by wells-Fargo Express. Office
at the Volcano Stables & Transportation
Demosthenes' Cafe serves an short
notice shell oysters, mallard and veal
duck, and numerous other refrigerator
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HRE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Ttt W8K!V BUD TMIHWlt, tm0,
! dUVKSlll! HUUMIjAII ('AUUII'I'.
Source of Iteeeut Midnight
At 6 o'clock Saturday morning, nil excit j
lug chase look place down Front Street i
In which n small boy, n policeman nnd
several prominent citizens took part.
Hcrmnti Ludloir, proprietor of the Hilo
Bakery upon opening his establishment
at an early hour Saturday morning dis
covered a Portuguese youth in the net of
rifling the cash till of the Owl Drug
Store adjoining. An open window in
the rear of the drug store proved to be
the means of ingress for the burglar, nnd
ns Mr. LudlolT made his way through
the window, the wary youth found nil
other exit elsewhere, scaled n fence,
darted through theVolcano Stables and
began a race down Front Street which
promised for a time n fair avenue of es
cape. Another boy who joined In the
pursuit proved to be the better sprinter,
and the culprit was overtaken, searched
and (3.80 found upon his person. This
amount corresponded with the loss of the
drug store, although five dollars was
found intact in the cash drnwer. When
taken before District Magistrate Hapai
on Monday, the boy said his name was
Antoiic Crcvclla, 14 years of age, nnd
resided at one mile, Kaumana. He con
fessed to having burglarized the drug
store on four different occasions, taking
from two to four dollars on cacti visit,
but denied he was responsible for the re
cent thefts which have occurred in
various parts of town. The same
suspicious circumstances of the burglar
leaving a small amount of change wher
ever he had made his depredations, point
to this youthful burglar. Judge Hapai
after giving the young man n severe lec
ture, committed him to the Reform
School for one year.
Women Arc Mostly l'igcoii-tocd.
Miss White, president of the Dress
makers Protective Association of America,
whilst pointing out the beauties of cer
tain gowns and the manner in which they
should be worn, remarked the other day
that, "If good clothes are to look what
ttiey are, they must be worn grocefully.
Any woman can appear well if she will.
This new instep skirt," she added, point
ing to a sample, "Is a boon to woman,
but it reveals the fact that women nre
bud walkers. A surprising number of
them ate pigeon-toed. In sitting, also,
women are guilty of extreme awkward
ness. The stout woman sits with feet
planted about twelve inches apart, when
she should poise herself and sit erect.
The lean, tall woman knots her feet
around the legs of the chair or crosses her
tegs, thrusting her feet out in front of
her. She should choose the highest
choir she can fiud and place tier feet
squarely 011 the floor. The nrery small
woman usually dangles hcrVelf on the
edge of a high seat, with the toe of one
foot touching the ground, and the other
foot hooked around the ankle of the first.
The mannish girl is the worst of all. To
sit correctly the hips should be well back
on the chair, the body bent forward from
tlie hips. The rocking chair is account
able for much incorrect sitting, and di
vans and 'cosey corners' are simply hot
beds for propagating bent spines."
The Nature Man. 1
Honolulu is being honored with n visit
of E. W. Darling, who calls himself the
"Nachur Man." Barefoot, bareheaded
and clad in tattered raiment, this advocate
of living close to nature, goes about eating
nuts, fruits and sleeping out of doors.
With skin tanned and a thick shock of
hair and beard, stalwart, strong and
muscular, this disciple of the woods looks
not unlike a "Wild Man of Borneo." Oil
the contrary, however, Dailiug is a man
of intelligence, educated and well able to
live like other men, if he chooses. Hav
ing Ibst his health several years ago,
weighing less than Inliicty pounds, con
sumptive and anaemic, he went into the
lorest to live near rorllauu. llirougli
outdoor life he recovered his health and
ever since has led the natural life which
Adam lived. He says: "I live mostly 011
nuts. I like bananas, frequently eat
beans and well made breads. Tarn here
to experiment 011 poi nnd tnro, which I
have heard is n very nutritious food. I
expect to remain in the islands for several
weeks and will probably go to the Vol
Deiunuds of Lnlior.
The St. Louis Exposition has been a
gold mine to the "walking delegate" of
the labor unions in the latter's demands
for higher wages. Construction costing
$40,000,000 and to be completed within it
given time has afforded labor's opportun
ity to squeeze the exposition management.
Taking advantage of the scarcity of labor,
strike has followed strike, and in order to
avoid delays, the employers soon gnve in.
After their first success, in some of the
trades demands lor higher wages have
repeatedly been made. Thus the plas
terers, for instance, gradually crowded
their scale up until they were getting $7
a day for eight hours work. Just now the
common laborers are out because the fair
management refuses to continue their pay
at 25 cents nu hour. They will not nccept
20 cents. Of course the work must go 011
and the management probably once more
will have to yield.
Fridny, April 15th Cleared, ship Kenil
worth, St. Clair master, with canto
of sugar for Delaware breakwater, us .
lollows: Ulna, 20,051 lugs; Ouomea,
10,400 bags; Waiakea, 8,480 bags;
Hakalau, 7,200 bags; Uonotuu, 5,600;
Pepeekeo, 5.600; Ililo Sugar Co,,
5,600; Hawaii Mill Co., 3,000. To
tal value, f257.036.91.
Wednesday, April 20 Cleared, S. S. En
terprise, Youugreu muster, 12 pas
sengers, 14 Jopanese steerage, nnd
enrgo of general merchandise, includ
ing sugar from Haknlau, 29,200 bags;
Ililo Sugar Co., 19,684 bags: 4,247
bunches of bananas; coffee 38,300
lbs; and hides and skips, 4,663 lbs.
Choice delicatessen-Demosthenes Cafe.
Fresh fiozeu shell oysters, game and
Call mid see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received nt Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
HAWAII, rFWPAV, JVW&
SATURDAY, APR. 23
At lo o'clock, nt my store.
The remaining portion of my stock, con
ALSO, STORE FIXTURES
Consisting of Wall Sholving, Ono
Counter, Tablos, Etc.
The Fixtures will be sold nt 12 o'clock.
I. E. RAY, AUC. HILO
Funcy mahogany ladles' dresser and
chair, mahogany chifTonier, iron bed
stead, brass finished, one Kimball piano
and one While sewing machine, all of
the very best and ns uood ns new. In
I. E. RAY.
0 KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
flk, F. nnd A. M. There will be a
ytfvT special meeting of the above
' lodge Saturday , evening, April
23. 1904. at 7tW I). m. 'Work in second
degree. Sojourntngnnd visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
uy onlcr ot the W. M.
PAY FOR THEBEST
AND THAT'S THE CLASS OF WORK
FRONT ST., Of. SPRECKEL'S BLOCK
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranucs.
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes, r
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts. t
L. C. SRESOVICH CO. t
San Francisco. California C
W. A. TODD'S
I have opened n shop on Waiaiiueniic
street, next to Demosthenes' Cafe, where
I mil ready to make
GOOD HARNESS and
English Saddles a Specialty
W. A. TODD.
No OTHER Boot Has As MANY
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., HILO
If you wish to purchase anything in
the United States uud do not know where
it can be bought, go lo the Volcano
Stables and they will secure it for you
through the Wells.l'argo Express Co.
Ciiamiiuui.ain's Couch Uhmhdv cures
the cold and dues not produce any had
effects. It strengthens the lungs and
leaves the system in it healthy condition.
It nlwuys cures and cures (pifckly. The
Ililo Drug Store sells it.
Y 1 t
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
BERGSTROM MUSIC GO., Honolulu
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.
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Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
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will be responsible for nnv debts con
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Ililo, April 16, 1901, 24-