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THE WUKKLY HII.0 TRIBUNU, IIII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MAY 27 1904.
A good fresh milch cow for silc. Mo
A. 11. Jackson wh n returning Klnau
WliUely Kxercbcrs nl N. Y. price.
Wall Nichols Co. 30-1
Mr. ami Mm. Jnmc Glbb of lMnuliiu
nre ililo visitors this week.
Judge niul Mr. Galbrnilh left Saturday
on the Siberia fur Okliihoma.
Tax Assessor N. C. Willfoug rcturncil
from Laupahochoe 011 Saturday.
Mrs. Klla M. Loebeinteiu is n return
ing passenger lo the Coast on the Kilter
prise. J. S. Cannrio returned on the Kilter
prise nfler 11 short business trip to the
Mrs. Keith Mack'e entertained n num
ber of frienils Tuesilay evening with n
A. C. McKenney Is back again on n
busincss'trlp connected with the banana
W. K. Shaw of liana. Maui, is vUltiug
his brother H. L. and Mrs. Shaw nt
If you want the latest style in Panama
hats mid spring clothing call on the
Globe Clothing Co.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Board of Trade will be held this evening
at 8 o'clock nt Firemen's Hall.
A. S. Lellarou Guruey will have charge
of O. A. Steven's auction business, during
the tatter's absence in Honolulu.
The baseball score of the game last
Sunday between Onotuca and Waiakca
was 11 to 14 in favor of the latter.
Kllison Powell, station agent at Kapoho,
Puna, gave a luau to a number of choice
spirits at that place 011 Sunday last.
Mrs. Bernice Held and daughter have
been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Ross nt Hakalau for the past week.
Mrs. T. T. Chave, with an infant daugh
ter has joined her husband, who is em
ployed with the Ililo Mercantile Co.
Albert Horner Jr., D. Deacon and Itruce
Kennedy return home after a year's ab
sence attending school on the Coast.
A son was born to the wile of J. C.
Carter on Tuesday, May 24, being the
seventh of these God given blessings.
Miss Kllcn Pcarcc has returned from a
two year's absence at Stanford, where she
has just graduated from the preparatory
Miss Alice II. Arnold, Miss Maud A.
Crabbc and Mrs. Mary L. Peck of Kona
nre stopping with Mrs. C. N. Arnold at
S. Grace's spirited little pony biokc
away from his master's control mid strew
the letter's road enrt over Hilo's principal
Cheap for Cash A Kingsbury piano,
in good condition, and furniture and a
horse and brake and harness. Apply to
R. K. Ilaptiste.
After a six years' stay in the Islands,
Prof. H. W. Henshaw returns to the
mainland on the Enterprise much im
proved in health.
The laborers of Puna plantation are
preparing a mammoth farewell luau to
former Manager Campbell, to be given at
Pahoa next Sunday.
During the absence of Governor Carter,
who left on the Siberia for the Chicago
convention, Secretary "Jack" Atkinson
will be acting Governor.
A picnic for the infant class of the Suit
day School of the First Poreigu Church
was held Saturday afternoon at the Ililo
Hy executive proclamation of Acting
Governor Atkinson, Monday, May 30th,
is recognized as a legal holiday and all
public offices ordered closed.
Mr. mid Mrs. M. Brown of San Fran
cisco, accompanied by Miss Woollier, are
touring the Islands, and left Ililo Wed
nesday morning for the Volcano House.
PAUSE, PLEASE, AND
"Nearly the Best"
"Good as the Best"
Appropriate Kprc.lii' lo lie llrlil nn
Preparations arc being mnilc for the
proper observance of Metuoti-il Day 011
next Monday. A committee of local
Grand Army men, under A Richley,
have the matter in charge, nnd have ar
ranged mi appropriate program of exer
cises at the Haiti Church at 2 o'clock
p. m. sharp. Chns. M. Lellloud has been
chosen orator of the day and suitable
music will be furnished by the baud nnd
church choir. The Legislature at its Inst
tegular session made May 30th a legal
holiday within the Territory, and this will
be the first commemoration of the day
since it was legalized. Immediately fol
lowing the exercises at Halli Church n
line of march will be commenced headed
by n platoon of police under Grand
Marshal Fetter, nnd followed by the
baud, (lower girls, Company D, G. A. R.
veterans, Ililo Hoarding School and civic
societies. They will proceed by way of
Pitman and Waiatuicnue streets to the
ccmctary on School street, where the
final exercises will be held.
Mrs. H. N. Hitchcock and child, nfler
over a year's absence on on the Const
have returned to Ililo and arc stopping
with Mrs. I?. G. Hitchcock on Schcol
All members of the Ililo Cotillion Club
are requested to attend an important busi.
ness meeting to be held In the rooms
over the Ililo Drug Co.'s store, Tuesday
evening, May 31st.
J. D. Kaston, Democratic politician,
sporting and society man of Ililo, leaves
by the steamer Enterprise for the St.
Louis Fair and the "neck of woods"
around St. Charles, Missouri.
The Inter-Island steamer Niihau
brought foreign mail on Saturday and
left immediately for Kau, carrying n
large quantity of yellow Caledonia seed
cauc for the Pnhala plantation.
W. W. Iliuuer, the Koiia coffee grower
is reported as saying that hard times are
not heard of in that vicinity. Better
prices than for seven years past nre ob
tained and this year's crop promises to
be larger than last year's.
J. W. Mason, accompanied by his
daughters Misses Gertrude and Maude
Mason, arrived by the Enterprise from
San Francisco, where the young ladies
have been attending a young ladies semi
nary for the past two years.
Alex. Raymond of the firm of Moses
& Raymond returned 011 Sunday from
San Francisco, to relieve his partner E.
H. Moses, who leaves on the return trip
of the Enterprise fora few weeks vacation
on the Coast and nt the St. Louis Fair.
If you play tennis you can order your
tenuis racket by mail from Woods &
Sheldon, Honolulu, mid receive it by re
turn steamer. Tenuis rackets re-strung
and fresh balls received twice a month.
Prices of rackets quoted in advertisement.
The Foreign Sabbath School has ar
ranged for a picnic at Puna on Saturday,
June 11. A special team will be provided,
and tickets will be sold at One Dollar for
the round trip. All friends of the school
arc imvited to join with them on this out
The announcement in the Herald of
the engagement of Miss Emily Wery and
Dr, W. II. Schoeniug appears to be a
practical joke. Both parties deny that
there is any truth in the statement and
say their friends are striving to perpetrate
a joke at their expense.
Bock beer is still 011 tap at Union
I want to rent my Puueo residence
Subscribe for the Deliuator of Moses &
Raymond for one year only $1.00.
Wall, Nichols Co. will give you new
Victor Records for old ones. " 27-tf
Moses & Raymond take old machines
in exchange for new Singers. Call and sec
them about it.
Lost. On May nth between First
Foreign Church and Spreckels' Block or
on Government road to Waiiinku, a small
oxidised silver watch with carved back.
5.oo Rewurd. Return to TRIBUNE
It Works Likk 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 senr. For
sale by Ililo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
I FOURTH OF Jill, V CIXKIIItATION. ,
'Arrangements for llltr Tlnu- 011 In-1
ilrpeuiloncu I biy lleluir Mnilr.
j A goodly number of citizens met in
Fireman's Hull last Saturday night to
i discuss n proper celebration of Fourth of
'July. C. E. Wright waschosen chairman
of the mectingmid considerable discussion
was brought forth as to the character of
the celebration to be held this year.
Owing to the depleted condition of the
4th of July fund left over Irom last year,
it was decided not to have ns elaborate n
program as heretofore. The consensus
of opinion, however, was in favor of
sports and races, mid possiblly appro
priate literary exercises in the morning
nt one of the churches or elsewhere.
Chairman Wright was authorized to ap
point a General Committee on Arrange
tiients of five, which he has done, con
sisting of E. N. Holmes, J. C. Ridgway,
R. T. Guard, Dr. J. J. Grace, nnd E. 15.
Richards. There will be no parade or
uptown celebration, but Chnirmnti
Wright believes there will be a sufficient
number of events to make the races in
teresting and attractive. Already J.
O'Rourkc has his new speeder "Egyptian
Princess" in training and with Mousar
rat's string of three racers 'at the race
track, there is a promise of some lively
betting on the new entries in the field.
Dixie Laud, Defender and Frank S.
will be on hand, nnd it is expected that
McLennan will have Rejected ready for
the contest of speed. It is proposed to
make the purses suitable to the occasion
and an Incentive to invite owners to put
foith the best metal in their horses.
Egyptian Princess Arrives.
John O'Rourkc returned on the Enter
prise from San Erancisco nccompnnicd
by Claude Burlingame, in charge of Mr.
O'Rourkc's new racing mnrc "Egyptian
Princess." This horse is one of the best
bred animals in the United States, being
sired by Ivcrncss and Sistrum, dam, both
imported stock, and Mr. O'Rourkc be
lieves he has a prize winner. As soon as
she has fully recovered from the effects
of the long sea trip, she will be put into
training on the local track preparatory to
the 4 th of July races. If he can arrange
to do so, Mr. O'Rourke hopes to take the
"Egyptian Princess" to the Honolulu
races on June tith.
C. N. Prouty, Jr.. Rev. S, L. Desha, W.
C. Meyer, Rev. E. G. Silva, M. G. San
tos, O. A. Steven, W. E. Shaw, Miss M.
Thurston, Miss U. Tiltou, Rev. L. D.
Kcllipio, Mrs. J. D. Lewis, Miss A.
Lewis, Mrs. Sarah Kaiawe, J. W. Mason,
Mrs. Wilcox, F. M. Marks, Mrs. C. K.
Stillman, Mrs. W. P. Bluett. 'Miss Moss
man, B. R. Meyer and wife, M. M.
Brown and wife, A. II. Jacksou, Mrs. A.
G. Curtis, Miss Woolner, Geo. II. Angus,
C. Kaiser, Mrs. F. B. McStodker, Miss
Sarah fi. Lewis, Col. C. P. Iaukea.
Booked For Enterprise.
Passengers booked for the S. S. Enter
prise, which leaves next Wednesday are
as follows: J. D. Easton, A. C. McKen
ney, C. N. Piouty, Mrs. Ella M. Lochcn
stein. Prof. II. W. Henshaw, Mrs. L. E.
Arnaud mid child, E. II. Moses, D. '..
Dickie, Miss E. I. Aitken, Harry S. Gray,
Mrs. E. L. Myers, Mrs. Hogau, Miss
Hogan, mid 12 Japanese steerage.
Enterprise Passenger List.
J. W. Mason, Miss Gertrude Mason,
Miss Maude Mason, A. C. McKenney', J.
S. Cannrio, John O'Rourkc, Alex. Ray.
inond, Claude Burlingame, R. .. Dickie,
Mrs. E. N. Hitchcock and child, Mrs. T.
T. Chave mid child, Mrs. Hogan, Miss
Hogau, Bruce Kennedy, Albert Horner,
Jr., D. Deacon mid Miss Ellen R. Pearce.
L. Severance, A. II. Jackson, Mrs. F.
Brood, W. I. Madeira, W. G. Smith, Mrs.
W. G. SuiitlO Miss Kate Kelley, J. A.
Scott, J. Sheridan, E.J. Walker, Miss M.
Williams, J. Williams, F. Kiindu. Mrs.
McTaggart mid son, C. R.Meyer and
wife, F. M. Marks.
Postmaster Madeira returned from
Honolulu on the Kitiuu.
Bids for filling in Mooheau Park are
advertised for in another column.
Many residents of Ililo appear un
aware that there is a postoflice at Pahoa.
Miss Kate Kelly, chief clerk in the
Executive Office, is visiting her sister,
, Mrs. J. T. Stacker.
, Weather permitting n party of young
I ladies and gentlemen will endulge in 11
! moonlight launch party this evening.
A. W. Keech and Alex. Valentine were
initiated into the mysteries of Elkdom at
I the regular Lodge meeting Monday
E. Brumaghin is reported to be very
low with pneumonia at Mountain View.
1 He has been confined to his room for ten
, Territorial officios ure waiting for nl
(leiiuue siuiemciu 01 me location 01 me
proposed Kohala ditch, before granting
me rigni 01 way over government lauiis.
Little Lena Cameron, the 'daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Cameron of Puukaa,
was the sole passenger on the hark St.
Kalhcriiie, which arrived Tuesday morn
ing. C. N. Prouty leaves by the Kutcrprisc
for his old home, Spencer, Mass,, where
he will make an extended visit with his
family. He makes 11 hurried trip to
Honolulu before his departure.
tiiktis t;o.Mi:s AND HOKS.
I Iti'vcnui' (,'ullrr Makes Short Nlny ut
Ililo nnd 1,'ontluui's Voyage.
1 The United Slnlcs Revenue Cutter
"Thetis" arrived oh port early Sunday
morning, and many mistook the vcel
for the U. S. S. Adams, which has been
at Honolulu. The "Thetis," which is
commanded by Captain Hamlitt, is mak
ing n tour of inspection of the Islands
pteliminary to permanently locating pos
sibly in these waters. After completing
her Inspection tour, the revenue cutler
will proceed to Midway, where it is re
ported the Jnj)aiiese are committing dep
redations on bird life. Liter Ihe vessel
will return to her Arctic cruise, with
headquarters in Alaska. The Ililo Lodge
of Elks had planned a reception nnd
dance in honor of the officers of tin- reve
nue cutter, hut owing lo her sudden de
parture Tuesday morning fur Mahuknua,
110 arrangements could be made.
The "Thetis" is 11 bark rigged steam
ship, of 723 tons burthen, manned with
one rapid fire gun mid especially adapted
for service in Arctic waters. She was
originally the British screw steamer
"Thetis," built at Dundee, Scotland, mid
used ill the whaling trade. In 1883 she
was purchased and fitted up for the re
lief expedition in search of the Greely
party and was successful in bringing
them back to New York. In 1899, she
was transferred to the Revenue Cutter
Service ami has since been stationed on
the Pacific Coast. It is expected that
she may be permanently detailed to the
Hawaii station, pending construction of
a revenue cutter especially for the islands,
the authorization for which failed of
passage at last session ol Congress.
The vessel was at Honolulu on May 20
1892. making a cable survey between the
islands and Sail Francisco.
May Buy Cuttle Itaneh.
J. A. Cunningham, a wealthy capitalist
passed through Ililo last week, on a
journey overland through Koiia and Kau.
He is nccompauicd by his son J. A.
Cunningham, Jr. and two daughters,
Misses Alice and Florence Cunningham.
Charley Hall, the popular society man of
Honolulu is making the trip with the
party. Mr. Cunningham has a verbal
option from Col. Sam Norrisof Wuiohiiui
for the purchase of the letter's 183,000
acre cattle ranch. The ranch while one
of the most valuable properties in the
islands, has never been run as a business
enterprise by its eccentric owner, who
has an income from other sources to meet
his wants and heretofore has been satis
fied to see his herds increase and multi
ply unmolested. It is impossible to
stale therefore what is the probable
number of cattle running wild on the
place. At one time a deal was about
completed for the sale of the property
through J. O. Carter, but when the
Colonel heard the "missionaries" were
to be the owners, he called all negotia
tions off and has since refused all offers
from island capitalists. It is possible the
Salt Lake gentleman may be able to
close a bargain with peculiar ranch owner,
in which event the Kahuku property
may eventually become one of the most
profitable ranches in the Territory.
liuselmllistN Form League.
The several managers ami captains of
the baseball teams iu the vicinity of Plilo
met'togcther last Tuesday night and per
fected the organization of a league. The
various nines represented were Bcamer's
Specials', Ililo Railroad, Waiakea Social
Club, Ponolmwai, Union Specials, and
Onomea. A constitution mid by-laws
were adopted mid the following officers
elected: Donald S. Bowman, president;
B. Kuhlberg, vice president; W. H. John
son, secretary, and Wm. Downer, treas
urer. A board of managers, consisting of
W. II. Johnson, J. J. Dower and M. I.
Kechcn was appointed, which will ar
range all schedules of games nnd settle
all disputes between opposing tennis. It
is proposed to enlarge the scope of the
league by extending to Olaa, Puna oud
Himiakua and play a series of games be
tween the members of the association for
the championship of the district. The
Union Specials and the Ililo Railroad
boys will cross bats on next Sunday after
noon at 2 o'clock at Brughelli Park.
There will be a match game between
the Mocheau baseball team and the
Beamcr's Specials at Briighelli's Pnrk 011
Saturday, May 28, 1904, at 3 p. in.
First Foreign (Jhurcli.
Sabbath bcrvices, May 29; 11 a. 111.
"Repent mid believe the Gospel," Mark
1 :i5- 7:30 p. m. "What mean these
stones?" Josh. 4:21. A memorial sermon
uddrcsscd especially to the G. A. R.
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Notice is hereby given that iu pursu
ance of an order made oud entered hy
the Circuit Judge of the Fourth Circum
Court Territory of Hawaii, iu Probate,
on the 12 day of January, A. 1). 1904, in
the matter of the estate of Kamaliiwa
hiue, of Puiimoi, Ililo Hawaii, deceased,
the undersigned Administrator of said
estate will bell at public auction subject'
to confirmation hy said Court, the follow
ing described real estate, bituated on the
liindof Puumoi, District of Ililo, Island
and Territory of Hawaii, namely;
Twenty-six and one half acres of tin"
land set forth iu thedei;d of conveyance 1
from S. L. Austin and wife, recorded in i
Liber 107, on pages 133 and 134, iu the I
Registry of Conveyances for the Territory I
of Hawaii, at Honolulu, Oahii, the por-j
tion to be sold is 011 the Iliiutakua side of j
said land, adjoining the gulch. .
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tion at 11 o'clock a. in. on Saturday the,
18th day of June, A. D. 1904, at the front !
door of the court house iu the town of
Hilo, island of Hawaii, to the highest
bidder for cash iu United Slates gold ,
coin. Conveyance at purchasers expense.
Hilo, Hawaii, May 11, 1904.
FRI5DKRICK S. LYMAN. ,
Administrator of the estate of Kainulii-'
wahiuc, deceused. 28-4
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