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TIIK WKRKI.Y Ilir.O TRMUNK, H1I.0, HAWAII, I'll I DAY, JUNK 24, iyo.
Miss I'niiny Miles of lloiiobiln i visit
iiiK.Miv. Hnuly Wer.
Mrs. Win. Weight wii-wi visitor to ()
katii oil Saturday ntul Siiinln) .
A small line of uluUv flames just ti
rciwil by I.. Ttmier Co., l.lil.
Voitti Robert T Illusion W visiting the
Shipinan's in Riveisidc I'nrk.
. Mrs. W. A. Fetter nnd children leave
to-ilny foi 11 viit to llotioliilu.
1). I.ycurjiii iificr n tin days visit to
lliinoliilii letnrncd on tin- Kimm.
Mrs. W. I.. Rose ami Miss Anna Rose
leave this innrniiu lor llonolnlii.
Miss Minnie .Schmidt lenvrs ttiis morn
int! for llonohiln lor her summer vncnlion.
Mrs. K. II. Flliot is uctiiiK us book
keeper in the More or L. Turner & Co. I,l1
J. V. Ray, wife nml fiitnity Iraveon the
Falls of Clyde Sunday morning lor San
Mnj. W. A. l'nrdy 1ms been at Kawalahau
this week nml returns by to-day's Kinan
Mrs IMiil lleiilt ami cllildteit leave by
.the Falls ol Clyde for her lorltler home
at Sin Jose, Cil.
Since the closing of school the Ililo
Free Kindergarten is undergoing some
Ilniiana grow cis nnd shippers will please
tnkc notice of the ileKirtuie ol the S. S.
Kitlerprise on July 6tli.
The monthly meeting of the Catholic
Lidies Aid Society, will be held on June
37th, instead of July 4th.
W. K. Ragsdale ami Win. Weight after
the encampment in llonohiln remiiiucd n
week there, returning Wednesday.
Representative J. I). Lewis returned
Wednesday and will iuimdi.itely stall
construction on the 4th or July pavilion.
Dr. lohu Hollnn'd niinouuces in this
issue, 11 specialty ill treatment of
diseases of the eyewear, nose and throat.
Mr. Ronald C. Kennedy and his bride
who are at present in Honolulu arriving
by the Ventura, are expected in llilo
K. N. Holmes will for the next thirty
days sell all kinds of Unties. Surriesaml
Catriages at greatly reduced prices.
Come and sec them.
The passengers leaving by the St.
Kiitheriue which left Sunday morning
were Mrs. Saunders, Miss Saunders and
Mrs. Win. J. Stone.
The llilo Hoard of Trade meets tonight
at Fireman's X I till to discuss mattets of
importance, to which nil members are
requested to be present.
Misses Franc and Nena Kalou in com
p.iny with Mrs. Snow leave Saturday
morning for Wailiilii, where they will
rusticate for the slimmer.
The fiame work of 1'. Peck's new resi
lience ill 1'utieo has gone up and the roof
will soon span the structure, which 'is of
a simple but ornate design.
Miss Ktta Locbcnstciu has tukeu Mrs.
Win. J. Stone's place in the store of I..
Turner Co. Ltd., during Mrs. Stone's
absence on a visit to the coast.
Frank I). Crecdou private secretary to
Governor Carter, takes a two month's
vacation to his home in the Hast, visiting
the St. Louis Fair before his return.
The radiant expression on the face of
Dr. Henry Hayes these days is caused by
the arrival 011 last Friday of a son and
heir. Mother and child are both doing
Rt. Rev. Ilishop Libert officiated at the
Roman Catholic Church on Sunday
morning, confirming 236 members. An
other large attendance is expected next
Road Fiigineer Cere, accompanied by
R. 1';. Ilalding, made a tour of inspection
of public improvements between here
ami Honokaa, returning Wednesday
The trustees of the llilo Hospital
realizinu the nccessitv of iircscrvini! the
buildings of that institution, are having
the wards renovated and the outside and
The Chess Club meets at the home of
J. U. Smith in l'uiieo tomorrow night.
A full attendance is requested as Smith
has some new moves for the manipulation
of political chess men.
The third member of the Hilo Road
Hoard selected by Supt. Hollowny prior
to his departure," is C. 15. Wright ol the
Volcano Stables. Mr. Wright is a man
well qualified for the position.
A notice appears in this issue requiring
nil persons, trustees, fiduciary agents, ami
corporations having an income of $600 or
more per annum to make due return to
the Tax Assessor before July 31st.
White Horse Cellar
Gold Label and
are a few of our choice
Call us up, phone 23, and
we will tell you more
I I'oiirlh of .Inly Ornlor Oiimch.
I Hon. Cllas. M. Lellloud has been
chosen to deliver the addiess on the
Fourth of Julv. Owing to the ltnposi-
' bilitv of completing the lletkley l'aviliou,
the Fourlti of July CoiiimttUe have de
cided lo construct a Coveird pavilion at
the Hotel grounds, In which the literary
exercises can be held in the morning nml
, grand ball in the evening. At some Mlit-
lable hour In tile moruiug. It is propowl
1 in 11 lr fi vi 11 r u iiiiuiiviu '"in in "'
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iiL'iwi ric.tr. I.i In tnlliiu-i'il III 111.. ll:lll
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game nlid races in the alteriiooti. The
details if the progi.uu have not yet been
, mapped out.
llids are called for in this issue for fill-
iug in of Hilo park nml the construction
I of Alraiuai abutment and 50 foot wooden
bridge at that point.
! Air. and Mrs. F. O. Snow arrived on
1 Wednesday from Honolulu mid will
1 Immediately go lo their Mouutii'ii resi
lience al 22 miles, Volcano road.
Water rales must be paid 011 or lieore
July 15th or 10 per centpcnalty wllll be
i imposed nnd water privileges subject to
I suspension without further notice.
Mrs 1, Rosenberg with two children
joined her husband, who has taken
1 charge of and closing out the Globe
Clothing Co. on Wnianueuuc Street.
Owing lo the Fourth of July coming on
Monday, Admiral Heckley and his flag,
ship will be detained n day longer ill
Honolulu, arriving the following Thurs
day. ' Mrs. Julian Moutsarrat and her nephew
! Marcus Moutsarrat arrived by thcKtnati.
1 They were met by Mr. Moutsarrat and
left yesterday morning for their home 11 1
, Kapapila ranch.
I Mrs. Keo, the aged mother of Mrs. R.
I M. Dnchalsky, died last Friday nt her
' home ou Volcano Street. Mrs. Keo was
nil old kamnaitia, bora and reared ill llilo
1 and well known among Hawaiiaus.
I Mrs. Win. J Stone departed oil the
I bark St. Kathcrinc 011 Sunday moruiug
1 as the guest of Captain .Saunders and his
'wife. Mrs. Stone will visit in Sail Fran
1 cisco nml the children of W. S. Wise at
1 The Hilo Agricultural Society at their
, special meeting last Saturday discussed
, pineapples and the advisability of erect
1 nig a cannery in Hilo. Until definite
information as to the output, no action
could be taken.
1 Under the auspices of brother Henry
I and his associates, the pupils of St.
1 Mary's School for boys gave a most inter
esting program last Friday afternoon,
which was largely attended by parents
mid a croud of visitors.
Miss S.J. Willcock, daughter of F.u
giiieerjohn W. Willcock of Latipahoe
hoe Sugar l'laiitatiou, was married 011
June 151I1 at Honolulu lo Samuel J. Lyle,
son of James Lyle of Sorenson & Lyle.
1 The couple will reside in Honolulu.
The executive committee of the Hilo
Precinct Club met on Wednesday and
made recommendations for subordinate
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,'t.it.i..". (11 tut- .ii..,v v,t, ,n luimn.'.i
For clerk, Chas. Hitchcock, deputy, Josj
Knllaina, and Malcolm M. Springer
The Flks Dance to their sweethearts
anil wives last Saturday night despite the
sinallni'ss of the crowd, was a success
from several xiuts of view. We would
like lo print the names of the couples,
but refrain for reasons apparent. It was
a very enjoyable affair.
Rev. R. K. Ilaptiste, who has been
identified with church and school work
in the islands for a number of years, has
resigned his position with the Hilo
Hoarding School and leaves ou the Falls
ol Clyde with his family. He will prob
ably locate at Los Angeles Cal.
Announcement is made of Hie engage
ment of .Miss Frances Mary Williamson
ami Mr. Donald McIIattie Forbes of Pa
paikou. Miss Williamson lias been act
ing as governorness in the family of Mr.
ami Mrs. Moir-aud the wedding will
probably not take place until after
The Ship Falls of Clyde, will sail at 9
o'clock Sunday morning for San Francisco
with 16 white passengers ami 50Jmmne.se
steerage. Permission has been received
from the custom authorities to carrv the
additional steerage passengers, nnd
vessel has been properly equipped
the necessary Dunks ami uie preservers,
The S. S. Mnui will arrive from Hono
lulu Sunday morning, July 3rd with the
Alameda mail, stoppiog Saturday morn
ing al Kawaiahau- and Mahukoua for
passengers and mail. This will enable
4U1 of Julv visitors from the other end of
I the Island to arrive in Hilo iu time for
Uie celebration. Agent McKay says the
Maui will stop, 011 request in advance, at
intermediate island ports.
Twenty-three members of the llilo
Hand journeyed to Paauilo all Saturday
night to be present at the Feast of the
Molv Ghost which was celebrated last
Sunday at the Catholic Church at Kit-1
kaiau. Thev report a large crowd from
the surrounding locality present, and re-
turned Sunday night to Hilo much ;
pleased with their trip and reception iu
The reef buoy marking the entrance to )
Hilo harbor has broken from its moorings i
ami is now lying on the beach at the i
inontli ol tne wailiikti river. I lie Imoy
is the property of the federal government,
and Captain Fitzgerald has notified Cap
tain Niolack of the 1. S. Light Mouse
service in Honolulu of the danger to
navigation bv reason of the buoy's ab
I want to
rent my l'nnto rrsideuci'-
July Delineators and patterns have nr
rivednl Moes & Raymond.
Wall, Nichols Co. will uivr von new
Victor Records for old ones.
Doesn't onr old machine run hard? If
it does we Moses it Raymond ahout it.
For Rent Cottage of seven rooms with
hath, on School street. Inquire on prem
ises. Mrs. II. I'orter.
Lost. On May nth between First
Foiein Church and Spreckcls' Mock or
on (ioveinnieiit toad to Wainakn.a small
oxidised silver watch with carved back,
J5.00 Reward. Return to TKIHUN1.
1'wn.s in Till'. Stomach, like tooth
ache, ate not ilatiKcrou.s, lint decidedly
unpleasant. Persons who are subject to I
such titlarks will he pleased to know that '
prompt telief may be had by taking n
ilne or two of Chamberlain's Colic, I
.Cholcin and Diarrhoea Remedy. Fori
1 . lie by the Hilo DriiK Co. I
Local Tnlciil Appear in
111 c nl (ih en bj .Masonic
As many us could be cotnfortnblv sent
ed in the assembly hallof Hawaii Chapter
No. 1, Onlei of ItasleruSlnr, wete Invilrd
yi witness a verv atttnetive program of
mimic, song ami comedy last Friday
evening. The invitations were limited
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to me tiers, each ol wliom were pit
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vilcucd lo invite one Irlenil, ami lis a le
ant! .ml,. 11 fitiiutt liiiiiilMir i( , iillali1a.ru
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ut'toi'ivi'ii the oiiiiorliiinlv of rnioviii'A
an unusually interesting entertainment.
Tile piece de resistance was a well HClrd
farce-comedy in four scenes icpreseiitlng
a word charade ol three syllables, the act
ol which being all explanation of the
whole word, "definite."
Mrs. 11. L. Shaw niwde her debut as
the gay, dashing coquette "Angelina,"
who received hcr1ovrr"AdoiphiisSweU"
(Win. I. Madeira) against l.er giiiitdiati'.s
wishes. J. U. Smith ptolrayed the
character of Dr. Swift, "Angelina's"
guardian and 11 discoverer of an infallible
remedy for deafness. The scene in which
Dr. Swift surptises the devoted 'Adol
phus," whom he mistakes lor a deaf mule
patient, mid upon whom with ijic aid of
Mlridget," the housemaid, He attempts
his new treatment, is both ludicrous, and
well acted. Mrs. D. W. Matsh look the
character of "Hridget" with energy and
The second syllable of the charade was
a railroad scene in which "Dick"
Richards lippeated as the man of family,
surrounded by a motley array of bundles,
baskets and a troublous wiTe, small boy
and relative. Mrs. IJ. N. Holmes carried
out the role of "Mrs. Stanley" with mat
ronly solicitude for the wel'fare of her
infant son "Tommy," who was no other
than F. Sctisa,"iu shirt waist and
knickerbockers. As the spoiled child lie
was n source of worry to his mother mid
a maidenly aunt, essayed ly Mrn. Marsh,
ami the scene' was excruciatingly funny
even when the youngster Milfcrred a
black eye al the hands of another youth,
nnd nearly lost the train for the "entire
A liibleux was the third syllabic. Mrs
V.. a. Hitchcock and little F.velyn Schoeu
made 11 pretty picture of n Grandma and
small child receiving a lesson in knitting.
The entile word wasstiowu in a kitchen
seme iu which a loving wife (Mrs.
Holmes) was preparing a culinary delicacy
for her husband (MV. Richards) who was
too poor to afford domestic help. Miss
Alice Weight made a graceful "Maud,"
the friend who proHcrs assistance, and
gives instruction 011 cooking alout as
definite as the house-wile's recipe. The
word of the puzzle was prominently used
in this scene, mid solution was easy to
gr.isp, if you knew it. Otherwise, as
many found themselves, the enactment
of the several plays left the audience us
much in wonder as at the outset, mid not
until late in the evening was the correct
word made known.
Among other fcaltitcs of the program
was a piano solo, a selection from "II
Trovatore," by Mrs, O. A. Steven in her
characteristic style. Mrs. Hrcyuun
rendered iu a sweet voice "My lady's
bower," accompanied by Mrs. McLean
on thef piano. Worthy Patron K. IJ.
Richards gave a remarkable banjo solo,
which was 11 surprise and a wonder to his
many friends, and later ou distinguished
himself by joining iu a male trio with
Messrs. Sousa ami Smith, which was
sidesplitting if not musical. A very
cleverly acted monologue representing
an impecunious poet opening his moruiug
mail was given by Win. I. Madeira,
which. proved him to be mi actor of no
small merit. The platform was removed
ami later, dancing was indulged iu.
Sandwiches, cuke mid lemonade were the
refreshments mid ut a late hour, all left
much pleased with the evening's enter
tainment. KI111111 Arrivals.
Mrs. I. Monsarrat, Miss F. Miles, D. 1
Van Dine, F. O. Snow and wife. Miss Nu
llum, Master W. N. Hill, R. G. Hender
sou, Miss Hium.i Akatuii, J. J. Sullivan,
Mrs. Geo. Copp and two children, Philip
Naohcmid child, Henry T. Hughes, Mrs.
I. Rosenberg and 1 children, Master R. S.
Thurston, Miss Jakins, Master Jakius,
Marcus Monsarrat, Miss Marv Forbes,
Mrs. J. Nawahi, Mrs. L. Like, Mrs. A. K.
Nawahi, Miss M. Notley.Jas. D. Lewis,
1). Lycurgus, Miss I. Lewis, Philip F.s-
pluila, .Adam (.. natter, u. 11. kuiiiis, 1,.
D.m.crfield, Miss lv. D.mgerfield and
twenty-two Volcano passengers.
Mrs. W. A. Fetter, four children and
maid; Rev. 15. G. Silv.i, Jus. Gibb mid
three children, Sister Flaviana, Miss Min
nie Schmidt, II. H. Gchr, C. J. Fischel,
L. F. Lauge, 11. 11. Hridgewater and wife,
L. M. Wliiteliouse, Miss Anna Rose, Mrs.
W. L. Rose, A. W. Carter, R. A. Kerns,
F. S. Knight and child, .Mrs. W. F. Sliar
i . J. O. Young, A. W. llotloinley, mid '
Major W. A. I'nrity from Kawaihae.
II .whs III Hilo, Hawaii, on June 17,
1904, to Doctor and Mrs. Ilenrj
Hayes, a son, Henry Gillespie Hayes.
I S. A. D. Jones, general agent of the
Gcrmauia Life Insurance Co, and who
J was well known iu Hilo and the entire
1 islands, died of ilyseutary iu Honolulu
on June nth. His remains were sent to
his widow who resides iu San Francisco.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HERE IS ND SUBSTITUTE
A Successful . cur llruiiglil (on Cluso
There lime been several clmngis in the
Wniakoii Social Sell lenient, hut the work
thus far earned 011 has been so satisfactory
that it is the pnrpO't' of the Indies in
charge of this commendable project, to
continue the instruction heretofore ci ried
oil. Miss Viola Wight has just brought
lo a close n most successful ve.ir of sellle
meiil work, and seeks a rest and vacation
at her old home of .Andover, Ohio
Willie she has already resigned her pjsi
lion, she will continue in charge until
July 1st, at which time or soon theiealter,
.Miss F.lsa Grubb will assume contrdl ami
superintend the settlement work. The '
Settlement Association, while regretting
the loss of so aide and conscientious a
worker iu the departure of Miss Wight,
are to be congratulated upon securing
the services of Miss Grubb, who has both
tact nnd medical skill.
The sewing class mid other work of the
settlement will doubtless lie carried on
during the summer, although MissGrubb
has not yet announced her program.
The musical depirtmeiit will not he re
sumed until fall, whe.11 Miss Caroline
Potter will be Miss Grubb's assistant iu
this branch of the woik. Interest is
growing iu the settlement and the re
sults of the past year have been esiecinlly
gratifying, besides the daily instruction
iu class instruction, a sjucial song srrvicc
and address is proposed for each Sunday
evening, which have heretofore been
largely attended mid greatly enjoyed by
residents of Wniakea ami elsewhere.
Lust Sunday night, Rev. S. L. Desha
gave a description of the ministers' con
vention on Kauai, which was listened to
by a large number.
Hooked lor l'nlls or Clyde.
J. V. Ray wife and 2 children, Miss
Grace Webster, Miss May Webster, Mis.
P. Hciill and 3 children, Miss Irwin,
Hnel Anderson, Rev. R. K. Ilaptiste,
wife nnd 3 children.
First Foreign Oh inch.
At 11 a. in. "Follow me," Mnrk 3:14.
7:30 p. 111. "Lot dwelled iu the cities of I
the plain, ami pitched his tent toward 1
Sodom," Gen. 13:1. '
A large crowd is taking advantage of
the excursion from Hilo to the Volcano
House, July sd to 5th. Luiiti, dmiciug
and fiieworks. Total expense, 51250.
Secure accommodations early. Tickets
tit Volcano Stables and Transportation
Will be paid for information lending to
arrest mid conviction of the thief who has
stolen thirty of 'nty mixed breed hens.
F.nch hen had one wing clipped.
, CHAS. M. LlillLOND.
KIKAU1.A MJIKii. ISO, 330,
F. and A. M. There will be a
special meeting of the above
lodge Saturday evening, June
35. 1904, at 7:30 p 111, Work in second
degree. Sojouruiugmid visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
llv order of the W. M.
J 1. VICAKS,
Hilo Klectric Light Co.'s checks, on !
Fir.sl Hank, of Hilo, Ltd., as follows:)
Check No. 763, Nov. 15, 1902, favor of D. I
Kaiuai, 2.70 mid check No. 384, May 15,
1903, favor of D. Kamui Hstutc, 52.70.
I'avmeiit on Mine stopped.
N. C. WILLFONG.
Treas. Ililo F.tectric Light Co., Ltd.
llilo, June 9, njoi. 32-3
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. l'F.ASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO '
ON JULY 6, 1904
I R. T. GUARD, Agent.
A very refined and stylish shoe for dress
occasions, parties and bills,
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., HILO
jE ' .11JMT f
I WOODS &
I 91 KING STREET,
THE HENRY WATEKHOUSE TRUST CO.
BUYS AND SELLS
HEAL ESTATE,8T0CKSA1 BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
P. O. BOX 348.
La Turner Co,
made new for a few cents and
a little labor. With
you can paint and varnish at
the same operation. You will
be surprised how eaiy it is
to renew vehicles.
Let us show you color cards.
HILO MERCANTILE CO. Mill
P. O. Box 04
Do Yon Play Tennis?
Wi s( nd lentils goods liv UK
J I K.N SI l-A al I'll Wliell or
dered b III ill
PIM RACKETS, S7.00
WRIGHT & DITSON, SB. OO
No. 2 SPAULD1NG, $1.50
Fresh W. & I). Tennis Halls re
We have just received an
assortment of '
Lace Stripes anil
Fine Em broideries and
LaceS suitable for trimming
We are headquarters for
31 (Mi's Monarch Shirts
ami Panama Hats
will loavo Hilo July 2
returning July 5
Total Exponso Only ..
NO HOT AIR
AN IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
Special Rates to Island Pooplo
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD, Manager
SOLE ACENTS FOR HAWAII
Telephones 4 A, 4 B