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THK WKKKLY 1111,0 TRIBUNK, IIII.0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY ao, 1904.
Mr. nml Mrs. I'. I'cck returned liy
Mrs. David Forbes returned ti Kukub
haele Inst Monday.
Mrs. W. H. Smith U sloylng nt 22
tulles for 11 few days.
Subscribe for the Dclluntor of Moses &
Raymond for one yenr only ft. 00.
Win T. Balding, bookkeeper nt Wni
naku, Is smiling nnd happy. It's a boy.
Mr. Jnnies Gihb, manager of Pnahnu
has relumed from n trip to Honolulu.
Moses & Raymond tuku old machines
in exchange foi new Singers. Call and see
them about it.
Messrs Kullhcrg mid Guard made a
large haul during their fi thing excursion
on last Monday.
Mr, Grossherr won the championship '
111 the late periro tournament held at
Tom Cook while surveying for Mr.
Furucaux found u 15 hand hunch of
bananas weighing over 140 lbs.
Mr. C. It. 11. Fowler of liouokaa, has
been suffering from n severe attack of
gout during the last few weeks.
Dr. Archie Irwin, Mrs. llteuliAUi and
Mrs, Mc Donald left for the Volcano
last Tuesday, returning Wednesday.
Ernest Ilarttiiann, consulting chemist
of the Hawaiian Planters Assn. left
Paaliau, last Wednesday for a short trip
Six streets arc being macadamized
nnd road-working gangs are engaged at
twenty-five different places in Honolulu
Mrs. George Rolfe, Mis. Win. Rolfc
and Miss Hessic Rolfe of San Francisco
are the guests of Mr. mid Mrs. C. C. Ken
nedy at Waiaken.
Messrs Prltchard and Lindsay of liouo
kaa arc enjoying midnight gallops
through Ilamakua astnote of a pair of
fiery untamed steeds.
Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. l'rnuk Dea
con and Mrs. Charles Furucaux arc stay
ing for a few days at Kukuilani the moun
tain residence of the I'urncnux's.
G. F. Metrke, formely employed with
the On hit Railroad, Honolulu, arrived by
the Kinau to take C. N. Prouty's place
as cashier nt the Hilo Railroad during
the latter's absence.
A. It. I.oebensteiu received news by
telephone of the death of a very valuable
mule iu Kohala. The cause of death is
ascribed to glanders, which is raging
among horses and cattle throughout the
The S. S. "Enterprise" will run on
schedule time beginning luue 1st. Her
'tween decks are being fitted and ventilat
ed for the storage of bananas. It is ex
pected that she will carry about 5000
bunches on her next trip.
Da ron Von Hagemau of St. Croix,
Danish West Indies, Lcuitenant, Danish
Royal Guards, and prominent sugar
planter, is visiting Hawaii, and will spend
two or three weeks in Hilo. The Baron
is the champion tenuis player of St.
Thos C. Cook has been appointed road
supervisor for Olaa and Putin districts.
There were two other candidates ill O. A.
Steven and Geo. W. Faty, but the de
partmeut in making the appointment
gave preference to Mr. Cook, who is n
surveyor and experienced road man.
Mr. Michael F. de Spiuola of the First
Itank of Hilo and Miss Henrietta Carval
ho were quietly married Sunday morning
nt the Catholic Church, only the imme
diate families of the contracting parties
being in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. Spi
uola hove taken up their residence on
The Hark Roderick Dim, which sailed
for San Francisco last Saturday, carried
fourteen passengers, as follows: Mrs.
Thos lllack and 3 children, Miss Donald,
Mrs. T. A. Drauga and sou, Mr. and Mrs.
John shermau, Mrs. and Mrs. Silver
Miss. Quinton, W. A. Ray and Lieut.
Schofield of the Salvation Army.
PAUSE, PLEASE, AND
"Nearly the Best"
"Good as the Best"
ItKOKI'TION AMI HANCK.
To Miss Mnrlp Nichols lit Hie t'nn-,
One of the prettiest functions of the I
season wis the reception and dance
tendered to Miss Mnrlc Nichols by Mrs,
J. S. Cauario and daughters last Friday
evening. Miss Nichols is a Native
Daughter of the Golden West, one of
San l:r.iiiclco's most charming belles,
whose lively disposition and kindliness
of lieurt must win favor wherever she
The spacious drawing rooms and din
lug room of the Cauario residence wer
transformed into a ballroom with beauti
ful decorations in blue and gold silks,
with 11 profusion of ferns and flowers
scattered throughout the room and over
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fMriliiiliBil ttlimli nf n tunst 1n1filtfiil
iiiiiunuvu iiiuniv Jt m iii3v tiviiKiikiui
character, and the dancing was continued
to a late hour, refreshments being served
at various intervals.
Those present were: Mesdames Canarlo,
W.J. Stone, Stone, ftldgood, Reid, Laur
ence, Smith, Lyman, Arnaud; Misses
Eaton, Hnpai 3, Richardson, LocIhmi
stein 2, Stone, Weight, Farnuahar, Peck
2, Wery, Souza 2, Vennblc, Sumner,
Cauario 2, Nichols, Rose, Marliu;
Mcssets. Stone, Nichols, Morehead, Ha
pal, Schocu, Cook, Kennedy, Ridgway,
Sticti, Hicght 2, Html, Hngalls, Schoen
! u g, Grace Rotnanc, Castendykc,
Rocrick, Day, Jackson, Henderson,
I Frazcr, Smith, Hidgood, Frost, Guard,
English, Louisou, J. U. Smith, Lyman,
Catholic Mission, Hilo.
The Right Reverend Libert, Bishop of
Lcngma, Intends to visit Hilo about the
third week of June to administer the
Sacrament of Confirmation.
After His Lordship's visit, Father
Oliver of Hilo, who has worked in the
Catholic Mission of Hawaii since l83l,
leaves for a few months' absence in Bel
gium, his native Country.
The smiling countenance
Homer of Kitkaiati is seen
streets this week.
Charles P. Parsons, candidate for
Judge, returnsfrom Honolulu lessjubilaut,
but hopeful to the last.
Manager and Mrs. Geo. Ross of Haka
luu were guests of Mrs. Shipmau on
Wednesday and Thursday.
Miss uuima t'orter cutcrlaitica a
number of friends at cards Tuesday even
ing in honor of Mr. Ollic Shipnian.
Company D. meets tonight to further
discurs ways and means of continuing
that organiz atiou as a military Company.
A public meeting will be hold Saturday
evening at 8 o'clock at Firemen's Hall
to consider a proposed Fourth of July
The Schooner Charles L. Woodbury,
Harris, master, arrived Tuesday after,
noon after a record trip of 3 days' sailing
Franklin Howland of 1'upaako is said
to be somewhat under the weather,
suffering from weak knee caused by over
practice at base ball.
M.F.Frosscr, Deputy Attorney General,
of Honolulu, arrived Monday evening
overland from Kailua to attend tit' May
term of the Circuit Court.
Wm. Lindsay, captain of police at
Waimea, has been appointed deputy sher
iff for that district. He is now doing
special detail work in Hilo under Deputy
Sheriff Fetter. .
The Young Men's Republican Club
held an open meeting at Waiaken bridge
on Wednesday evening. Speeches were
made by Rev. S. L. Desha, Kauhane and
! Rufus A. Lyman, Ji.
Bock beer is still on tap at Union
I want to rent my Puueo residence
Lost. On May 12II1 between First
Foreign Church uud Spreckels' Block or
on Government road to Waiuaku, a small
oxidised silver watch with carved back.
fS.oo Reward. Return to TRIBUNE
IT Works Likij Magic The relief
obtained from Chamberlain's Bain Balm
when applied to a burn or a scald is so
nearly instantaneous that it seems almost
magical in its effect. An injury of this
kind heals without maturation when this
remedy is applied and unless the wound
is very severe does not leave a scar. For
sale by Hilo Drug Co.
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IMmmissos Mnllcr or IntiTrst to Vr
pcrly Owners 11 ml liirrstor.
At the Special Meeting of the lloaul of
Trade of Hilo held at Fireman's Hall
last Friday tvcnlng, for the purmsv of
making sundry additions to By-law, Mr.
Richards drew attention to the fact that
the Territorial Government could not ac
cept the roadways running through l'uueo
Reeds Island, and Villa Franca, as said
roads had not been constructed in accord
ance to law, the regulations providing
that roadways shall be built not less than
fifty feet wide. The roads mentioned
are only forty feet in width, nnd pro
perty owners would be compelled to
grant the additional ten feet right of way
before the government would assume
Mr. Richards thought that this would
meet with considerable opposition from
the property holders nnd that some steps
should be taken with a view to having
this law repealed at the next session of
the Legislature. Mr. Brughelli, and
others, argued that a fifty foot road was
none to wide, nnd belelved that property
holders would gladly cede the necessary
right of way, as such action would tend
to increase the value of their holdings.
No definite action was taken in the
premiss. Mr. Biirghelll advocated the
building of a road from Piihouua to
Kaiwiki, which would give settlers in
that section access to markets for their
produce. He claimed that the soil of
Hawaii would produce vegetables and
fruits in such quantities as would sup
port settlers with reasonably large
families, and that fruit raising and small
farming should be encouraged.
Mr. Terry supported Air. Brughelli in
his arguments and gave an exhaustive
discoutse on "Coffeeand Coffee Culture,"
which proved vastly entertaining and in
structive to many of the planters present
whose methods of handling had not been
quite so successful as those of Mr. Terry.
In reply to Mr. Turner, the Secretary
stated that nothing definite was known re
garding the transfer of the Reeds Island
llllo II 11 nil Concert.
Below follows the program given by
the Hilo Baud yesterday evening.
v tart 1.
1. March "The Crimson Flush"
2. Overture "The Elves" Kicfer
3. Waltz "Leola" iC. W. Bennet
4. Volka "Elena" Kicfer
Comet duet by Jules and Gouvea.
1. March "Seventh U. S. Artillery"
E. C. Ramsdell
2. Overture "Quite Right'VD.S.McCosh
3. Waltz "Marina" Vandervell
4. March "The Jolly Coppersmith"
"Star Spangled Banner"
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Shipmau gave
an elaborate luau nnd farewell dance at
their home in Riverside Park Wednes
day night to their sou OUie Shipmau,
who leaves this morning for California,
where he will resume his studies in vet
erinary surgery. Covers were laid for
forty guests, mid the feast oi Hawaiian
delicacies was of the rarest and choicest
known to the native epicure. Music was
furnished by the Woiakea string ijuar
tette during the luau and the dancing
which continued until a late hour. A
most enjoyable cvaniug was spent by the
host of friends of Mr. and Mrs. Shipmau
and their popular sou,'
Elks L'edro Contest.
The result of the Elks' pedro tourna
ment remained unchanged after Saturday
night's playing. J. W. Mcintosh and II.
L. Williams of Puna were easily the win
ning team, scoring 12 out of the 13
games played. There were several teams
tied for second honors, with a score of
eight out of the series, but after the first
night's play none of the players were able
to make any headway against the win
ning team. Mr. Williams received a
silver smoking set and Mr. Mcintosh a
handsome pair of military brushes.
, Kiunu Arrivals.
C. F. Parsons, J. II. Fuller, Julian
Moutserratt K. Taketa, II. Kendal, C. B.
Hall, O. F. Metzer, I. Peck and wife, W.
G. Shaw, L. Severance and wife, F.
Grace, F. S. Holt, Miss 15. G. Rolph,
I Mrs. W. II. Rolph, Mrs. W. G. Rolph,
j Baron Munck T. GeOrgis, Miss M. Byrne,
J, F. Budclmann, C. T. Caine, and wife,
J. R. Cunningham, J. R, Cunningham,
Jr. Miss F. G. Cunningham, Miss A. F.
I Baron, Munck, C. Georgie, Miss M.
Byrne, J. F. Uudelman, Miss E. D. Rolph,
( Mrs. W. N. Rolph, Mrs. Geo. N. Rolph,
' F. S. Holt, Mrs. F. Deacon, Mrs. Rognl
' sky, J. G. Serrao, wife and four children,
H. W. N. Mist, H. Deunison, O. T. Ship-
man Jr. L. Severance, Mr. Bartlet, James
j Devlin, W. Berlowitz, E. L. Austin , Mr.
Levy, and Mrs. J. Dower.
. First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, May 22, 1904: Morning
service "Subject to the Rightiousnessof
I God. "Rom. 10:3. Evening service
j 'I Will Bless Thee, and Thou Shalt be a
."Blessing." Gen. 12:2.
Wall, Nichols Co. will give you new
I Victor Records for old ones. " a7-lf
.1. U. SMITH FOIt SKNATOIt.
Tin' Home Itulc Lender Auk Hudor-
semen! From llotli I'lirllcs.
, Honolulu, Ohau, II.
1 AliiKKtcoiucideut with
T., May 12
the time that
J. U' Smith of Hilo, successful candidate
for the office of County Attorney of East
Hawaii, was bienking into the Young
Men's Republican Club over a bridge of
oaths and affidavits at about the same
identical moment, he was writing to the
Home Rule leaders of this city for a
"letter of recommendation." The au
thor of the letter of recommendation,
now in the hands of John U.,isKupihca,
secretary of the Home Rule party.
Kuplhea said: "I made the letter strong.
Smith I think is going to Washington
and wants Roosevelt to believe that la
has the confidence of the leaders nmntig
the Hnwaiinns. I made the letter strong
nnd if the President rends it, he will
know that John V. Smith Is the best
hnolc Home Killer III Hawaii,"
J. U. Smith Is the arch-politic an of
East Hawaii In so far as activity and ini
tiative goes. He bus promoted the
candidacy of Parsons forjudge, nnd will
probably use his Home Iftile letter of
recommendation to convince Jnck Atkin
son that he is a way-upper with the
Kiipihca says J. U. Smith will probably
bc the next Home Rule Senator from
East Hawaii, although personally, he
would prefer to see Senator John T.
Secretary Kuplhea says the Home
Rule party is a little shaky in Honolulu
but is stronger than ever on Maui and
Hawaii. Kuplhea is so confident of the
situation 011 Hawaii that he even now is
willing to predict who will be the Re
presentatives and Senators elected on
that island next fall. In East Hawaii,
Kupilicn says the four Representatives
will be: Win- Kcolanui, T. II, Ah Leong,
Tony Fernandez and Thos. Nalelhua.
In West Hawaii he believes Knidho, Pu
laa uud S, Lazzaro will be scut up.
The Senators he names arc Sim I'ua and
cither John T. Brown. The Home Rule
party in East Huwaii is under (he man
agement of Fernandez, Ah Leong, Kco
lanui with J. U. Smith, the mistrusted
adviser, since he took the Young Re
Office of the Assistant to the Inspcc-")
tor of the Twelfth Lighthouse Dis- i
trlct.35 Alexander Young Building,
Honolulu, T. II., May 16, 1904. J
Notice to Mariners, Honolulu Harbor
Entrance, .Islnud of Oahu.
In Notice to Mariners from this office,
dated February 2, 1904, it was staled that
the uiid-chauiicl buoy, nun, marking the
fairway entrance to Honolulu harbor, T.
II., had been removed, owiug'to dredging
operations then in progress. As the
dredging operations on the bar and out
side approaches of Honolulu harbor have
just been completed, notice is hereby
given that a red, nun buoy, marked "2"
in white, has this day been placed in 30
feet of water, 50 yards S.E. by E. (Mag.)
from the former position of what was
known as the mid-channel buoy, on the
lollowiug magnetic bearings:
Chimney of sewer pumping station,
. Honolulu range light station, N. by E.
Right tangent of Quarantine Island,
N.N.W. ( W.
This buoy should be left on the star
board hand in entering.
Notice 'is also' hereby given that the
iron spir buoy, red, marked "2," which
formerly marked the starboard hand en
trance of the 18-fool channel, has this
day been permanently discontinued, and
only one channel is now recognized for
entering Honolulu harbor, of which the
red, tiun boy, No. 2, this day placed, is
the starboard hand entrance buoy,
The newly dredged channel is 240 feet
wide and gives 34 feet water across the
bar. The entrance range, N. 25 E. (true),
gives practically the same depth of water
ns heretofore, ns it skirts the eastern edge
of the new 34-foot channel. This new
channel requires that the Honolulu hnr
bor light (red, front, range light) be re-
j built in u new position about 40 feet west
I of its present site, and until such time as
this may be effected and notice given
vessels drawing over 25 feet should enter
the channel a little to the westward of
the range, or, in other words, keep the
lighthouse open a little to the eastward
of the rear range mark mid steer a mid
channel course between the buoys and
beacons as heretofore. This will carry
them through the 34-foot channel.
By order of the Lighthouse Hoard.
A. F. NIBLACK,
Lieutenant-Commander U. S. N.
Assistant to the Inspector of the Twelfth
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Notice is hereby given that in pursu
ance of nn order imtde mid entered by
the Circuit Judge of the Fourth Circuit
Court Territory of Hawaii, in Probate, ,'
on the 12 day of January, A. I). 1904, in
the matter of the estnte of Knmuliiwu-,
bine, of Puutuoi, Hilo Hawaii, deceased,
the undersigned Administrator ,of said ,
estate will bell at public auction subject
to confirmation by said Court, the follow
ing described real estate, situated on the
laud of Piiumoi, District of Hilo. Island
nnd Territory of Hawaii, namely;
Twenty-six nnd one half ncres of the
j laud set forth in the deed of conveyance
from S. L. Austin and wife, recorded in
Liber 107, on pages 133 and 134, in the
Registry of Conveyances for the Territory
of Hawaii, at Honolulu, Oahu, the por
tion to be sold is on the Ilamakua side of
Mid laud, adjoining the gulch.
Saul sale will be made at public- auc
tion nt 11 o'clock a. 111. on Saturday the
iHthihiy of June, A. I). 1004, at the front
door of the court house iu the town of
Hilo, island of Hawaii, to the highest
bidder for cash iu United States gold
coin. Conveyance nt purchasers expense.
Hilo, Hawaii, Muy 11, 1904,
FREDERICK S. LYMAN.
Administrator of the estate of Kuuuilii
walilue, deceased. 28-4
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