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Till? WKKKI.Y IHI.O TUIHUNK, HILO, HAWAII, 1'KIDAY, JULY i, 1004.
1)C gjilo minute.
l'KIDAY, - JIM.Y ,i, 1904-
Kulcitd t tile Postoflier at M Wo, Ha
wall, as second-class matter
PUllljISIIHl) HVKUV 1'KIIIAY.
J. Casti.u Riim'.way Kditor
I). W. MKS1I - business Manager.
THE EDITOR'S UPS AND DOWNS.
IIOOSKVKI.T AM) I'AIIIII.V.VKS.
Itcputillt'iiiis In Nnlloiiul ('(invention
U'ill be )niil Tor information leading to
arrest and conviction of the tliicfw ho liat
SOItP.miM'. FOIt SKASO.N. ,
lliiM'liull Mummies Meet nml (Musvlfy
According to the program mapped out
by the excoutUe cotnniltlec of the local
1.. . r J..I.. ,1. . 1 ......!.. .f uniul
T ' '. r. i.7.. ".; t Mated with vigorous oratory the
win pinying in me mum-. 1 11c ivnnt t
met last Thursday night week to consider session of the National Republican
the advisability of establishing a fixed Convention torinyclosctl. President
t....lla1 I.hIh rtsat I Ian aallnrrll (, ill ftl 1 1) .....-lt ....... .-....!.. 1 A.. .... ...I
.. C.....C .... v.. ,r ,. ... , nuuwvi mi-. nuiuiiinicuuiHiiccceii A frr, ,,, w,llloMiip,,yourlaiiiicliM
nrilur In iihiVi 4 In rival llllfa ftinf-f. nVplllV I .,.,. . . . . . . '
"" "" "- ''i'SC"i whii senator I'siinuinics as win neenargeii to snippers uuiessoccoin
linen up, Hie committee nave mvincu me . . . . pnnleil liy ii written onler- from the cap-1
teams between the seniors and juniors, tains of vessels.
nuttiiiu four teams in each class. The Congressmiin Joseph 0. Camion, i Jotf R. A. LUCAS & CO.
Chicago, III. June 33. Amid tolrM l,,irl' of ni' ,",xe,, ,,r,c,, llcn',
,. e ., , . 1 , I Hnch hen had one wine clipprd.
Scenes of wild eiithtisinin punct- .,,, ,c , ' ',, ,,.,,,
1 , t .1 LHAht Ii IKl'iJv I ).
Again must wc hang our heads .senior teams arc composed of Heamer Speaker of the House of Represent
in deep humiliation I'ditor Guff I Specials, llilo Railroad, Union Specials, atives, was unanimously 'elected
-!.''. r- ' .is..". :.. .. and Wai.tkea Social Club. The juniors, ,,
The undersigned having bought out
dimes 11s ior our uiriiiiiuvi in .111- , ... ,, , ,,.. .,,..
.. i are umiiiiusl-u ui .fiuiinuuu, .u,iiii:it nui- c. . t , . r
MvcriiiB hU wittv "write tin" of ...A,., , ,, .,Mni..-inn.i n.l..iH. imu. Senator horaker, reporting for
niln i it,.. mi..I.iv Alv..rtipr .-i iw,i, ri.. iimr.. u .iiP,t ,-li.i.iPeii I the Committee on Rules, reported the Wo l.ee Laundry, all accountH should
few weeks nno and we ruin would 1 games or thirty six in all. Had. teaman amendment allowing Hawaii,1"" l"M 'jefore July 151I1. when transfer
lew , vucks nt,o, .iiui wc 111111 """" 1. ,.., ... ,, ...' . ....occurs. The new management will not
hide our shame for our remission I ""' "" -'--. - h -"- - six voics. nc ws supp ricti uy
01 tucs.me c.ass mree iimes. 4 ms wm Governor Carter. Ilinghain offered
snow up 111c sireugiu 01 me respecinc . . ... ,, .. - 1
club" in the league. ' h h ,
Air..n,tv. i-nnrih.. irmiipa iinvP Iipph ' delegates, iirovuled it did not tin-
played. The game between the llilo ' pair the rights of those delegates, i R JJ B B E R GOODS
, Railroad boys, or "ltlack Diamonds" already seated. This carried by a
ana lleauier hpeciais lasi Minilay was , , . f .,..,., ,1... tinwnii de-
1 j- -j -..--. v .- -
of duty in not roasting the -corpuscular
sciibe sooner than we did.
He was evidently looking for some
thing, and we hope that he got
whnt he desired. He does not
Ik." responsible for debts of old concern.
31-4 C1IUNO CIIOl.
AM, KINDS OV
HOOLULU PARK, HILO
Under the Auspices of the Volcano
Stables & Transportation Co., Ltd.
cmiip.umu. im.-iii.-im)Uiiiiimii), j ilifStilv satisfactorv. The railroad
which most artistic geniuses do, lmv, ;tnrle(i ut with five runs in the
and we assume his ciavings for firht inning, when Heamer chanced
nomilaritv are satisfied. ' pitcher putting Solomon in the box and
Hut an explanation is
for our delay, which
' 1pfrnti.ti iiril viiIimct
his A.'G. M. Robertson was
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. I'MASK, President.
SAN PRAN'CISCO, CAI... V. S. A.
necessary ' liule Hnrr' 1,),n "" calcl"-r' Thcn,l,ecl man for Hawaii, Delegate Ktthio , 'TP O p lMHT & C C
wasforuoori,,CKnmL'in'mc XL VV
was a close contest till the ninth inning,
The party platform was adopted.
AGENTS AND BROKERS
other reason than that nobody in .!. ,1,,. iwn teams stoo.t tieil. s to 8.
llilo subscribes for the Cahiiuatiser, In the tenth inning, the RailroB.l boys It states protection as the cardinal '
save one lone Oriental on an adja- scored one home run winning the jjame, 1 policy of the party, with reciprocity '
cent plantation, - ho was innocentlv wil11' " f ,,rc "r l" 9' I,-"le,r A" j that shall not injure American- pro
misled into the investment of his I T'1 u 5 T ol,Icr, ""ducts. It advocates that capital
imsim iiuw 1111. iim.niiin.ui. i "" jie ilintiiond. I lie playing was not so 1 , , , .;, , , ,,
savings for a re-hash of war news !KOOll, 1)lU reVeale.d good material in the ad lal)0, arc C1,mlc(1 t0 el"l
and the prospect of securing a prize 'players. Mooheau won with a score of 7 rights. 1 he gold standard, arln
of his weight in "old. We found'1" '3- Ther" was n large general attend- tration of international differences,
the deluded celestial 'and perused "" tlicnewKMiil stand back of the ad the Chinese Kxclusion Act are
' ' short stop, affords 11 splendid place of I c 1
the article, winch we confess con- e lo whne,, Uw lax"reT, t . .
tains much merit, but like all , Toim)rrow Bfternoon , 2 .c,ck. . President Roosevelt was placed
spectacular exhibits of this wieldy aine is scheduled between Pouolnwailia nomination by ex-Governor
wielder of the pen was a "write i.ind Mooheau at Hoolulu Park, two well lfrank S. Black of New York. The
it r 1. .'.. .. .. !. 111 ilrtliml lunmu iillliii tmilnH luiitnn C ......!..&!.... ...Au ...-l..-1 1... C ... t
(lOWlr OI a lieiglioorillg City, in """""' "",ln,v ...sj. . .v..s.... v... nuiuinuiiuii was sctumieu uy oviijii-
was loin iu uirry. uc mi: mi.i..k , u,.n, .,..,, ..,.. c.)ecils
to make all necessary reparation I vs. Rjbow Kails. On the Fourth there Henry i s.umintngs, a colored ue
for this second fan 1 fats an 1 once will be a splendidly matched game be. j legate from Balimore, Maryland.
more resume the sack cloth and j cen the rival teams llilo Railrcad and ( TUe unanimous vote of the conveti- iQN J U L Y
ashes to bew'ail our misfortune for un, ' fI"-S"- " k ' " , tion for Roosevelt was cast Jtimid
..Annlrt1 i Illinllllll W ivl.
Ulicu .twk.rv til tiuuiuni Hun, . l.l f ., t
The following is the schedule of league , BfV: "'" J". "..,..,. ... """ uJ-iuuii,
. , ... .. . 1 mat lusiuu lor several uiiiuiies.
I Senator Fairbapks was nominated
1 for Yice President by acclamation
Jnlv . Waiakea vs. Union Specials. , an,l the convention adjourned.
glioorillg City, 111 u"i"''"-'f"ji " ..."K1"-' v" nuiiiiiiuiiuii was .secuiuieii uy ocujii-
eiiviroitmeiils he 1 s,,,1",a' th"c xinill,'L; l,w1 amc,'u1 3 1 or Beveridge of Indiana, Knight of
.... 1 o'clock nt llrughelli Park, between Wtiia- ,-,,.,. , , . , ,.
Wenrt: w,llll'K 1 keasaud Union Specials and theOuomeas , California, and others, including
being permitted to exist.
Somk Honolulu people appear to
believe Territorial progress is pro
moted by knocking Hilo or any
other outside district that comes
handy. The knocker has never
been known to promote the progress
of anything. Honolulu Bulletin
gamcifor the season:
Kcpiihliciiiis l'.li'ct (Mlleei's.
At the meeting of the Fourth Precinct
Club, held in Fireman's ll.ill, laslFridiy
4 llilo Kallroad vs. union specials.
" 10 Heamer Specials vs. Waiakea. 1 .... ,. ,
" 17 llilo Railroad vs. Waiakea. llilo hliJpping.
' 24 Union Specials vs DeamerSpecials cii'VKHD
. " 3-A1i",lron,''nca"leP.'-cials- ,..- ,8.Saturdav-Ani. Hark St. Kathe-
1A1 l'. 7 waiiKiM vs. union aoeeiais. lrf . ' .. .-
1 " 14 Hilo Railroad vs Union Specials. I
" si Waiakea vs. Heamer Specials. j
" 28 waiakea vs. Ullo Ratlroail.
WII.I. SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO
R. T. CUARD, Agent.
Sept. 4 Union Spec'ls vs Heamer Spec'ls
j " 11 Hilo R. R vs. Heamer Specials.
" 18 Union Specials vs. Waiakea.
night, there was the utmost harmony. 0rttakA' v: nwiner SpeciaU:
The mcel-ug was called to order uy ' , 9Vaiakea vs. Hilo Railroad.
President Ridguay promptly at 7:30 " 16 Union Spec'ls vs Heamer Spec'ls.
o'clock and without further ado. the 1
uomtu.ilioiis were balloted upon, lly
preconceived arraugemeiit, till but one
name for each ofllce voted upon wete
withdrawn, winch simplified matters.
The following officers were elected.
President, 1. K. Ray, vice president,
Chits. Ak.ut, ad vice president, W. A.
Todd, Sr.; treasurer, Geo. N. Day; .secre
tary, R. A. I.yman, Jr.; nsst. tecretitry,
Ctt.ts. Siemseii; extcuttve committee, T.
l. Rowluud, John K. K.ti, Jr., Win. N.t-1
limu, M.J. de OoiiMM, and Ii. F. Schoeu I
and the judges of election. Chas. Hitch ,
cock, .M. S. P.tcheco, Win. Harbottle.
In WaiaUi-i, there vias a good attend. I
aure at Chutliau Science Hall, last Fri
ll ly eveumg to vote upon club officers 1
for the ensuing ear. The following is
the result of the election: President, Jas.
I). Lewis; vice president, W. F.J. Dale; I
2d vice president, Sim Kuhiliikauc;
Iri'Hsuier, W. II. Lambert; secretary, O. I
July 2 Mooheau vs. Rainbow Falls.
" 1 Onomea vs. Pouohawai.
1 " 10 Pouohawai vs. Onomea.
j " 17 Mooheau vs. Onomea.
" 24 Pouohawai vs. Rainbow Falls.
J " 31 Onomea vs. Rainbow Falls.
I Att . 7 Mooheau vs. Pouohawai.
I " 14 Mooheau vs. Rainbow Falls.
" 21 Pouohawai vs. Onomea.
I " 2S Mooheau vs. Onomea.
I Sept. 4 Pouohawai vs. Rainlxnv Falls.
" 1 1 Onomea vs. Rainbow Falls.
1 " iS Mooheau vs. Pouohawai.
" 25 Mooheau vs Rainbow Falls.
Oct. 2 Pouohawai vs. Onomea.
" () Mooheau vs Onomea.
" 16 Pouohawai vs. Rainbow Falls.
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ot
furniture. Prices moderate.
Scrrao Cabinet Shop.
Wise mid Otliorniso.
FOURTH OF JULY.
Don't wait for anybody else
To tell you what to do,
Hut 011 tins glorious dav of days
Paint things red, uhfte and blue.
rine, Saunders master for San Fran
cisco, passengers, ?73o,50 general
merchandise and cargo ot sugar as
iouowh; uiioiuca, jz.ouu Mags, iiu- i
m.... v r . r , liana n.nl Tint., ill t.ll
Co.J.oS'bag Apply to JOSKO.SF.RRAO
June 25th, Saturday, Falls of Clyde,
Matson, master lor iau rraucisco lb rraavasM
passengers, 50 Japanese steerage, r ""'""""'""""
Willi cargo ot sugar, col Ice mm gene
ral merchandise. Sugar, Hilo, 10,
000 bags, Olaa, 1 1,200 bags, Waiakea,
4,000 bags, Hakalati, 10,000 bags;
collee, Louisson llros, eo,boco lbs;
gen. indse. jl.i9S.21. 1'otal cargo, '
The Schooner' Charles Levi Woodbury
arrived Tuesday morning with gene
ral cargo and left yesterday (Thurs
day) morning with cord wood for
June 23, Thursday, Cleared, Hktn.
Newsboy, Peterson, master, in ballast for
Port Townseud, Wash.
I June 2S, Tuesday, Kutered, S. S. Killer
prise, Youugren, master, 4 passengers. S
days, 5 hours from San Francisco, with
cargo of general merchandise.
Lost. On May 12th between First
Foreign Church and Spreckels' Hlock or
on Government road to Wntnnkii, a small
oxidised silver watch with carved back.
fS.oo Reward. Return to TRIIIUNI5
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!. rtllonso.iissL sccreiarj, uorri .sao.e, ,,djU). Slllh. .,s,!(iB lo l,ome ,ase"
executive cotumitlee, John Maguire; Otto without beine caught would have done
W. Rose. David Spauldiug, M.Me F. credit to one of Ileatner's special base j
Spiuola, F.. N.Yoeller;judges of election: runners.
Kikiuo Kealawaa. Chas. Aldeu, and 11. A suet pudding is made largely of fat,
li. Nullum. which isres(,ousibleforits indigcstibility.
. jf ueopiL. 0iy haji one-half of the 1
Toiu'iiiiiiinit llcgliis. ' witty things that on rellectiou we feel we 1
,,. , ., ', . . t .1 1 might and ought to have said, how
Today the bpei. tournament for he ,,L.c(,y clever we would all be.
championship of the Islainl begins 011 the '
colitis ol tin- llilo Tenuis Club. Hap.11 The postoffice has a new blackboard,
and Mudeirudefentul the balding brothers It's color is black Postmaster Madeira
.in the club tournament, lit coming the had it made that wiiy.
uluiiiipmiis h) ih-fiitlt of lliecltih, owing . ,,, neer realizes his complete
lo theabsenct of C. N. Prnun, who with unimportance until he begins to find
R. 15. balding carruV ulf honors lust baliy's things in his top drawer.
T'series of games in the gentlemen's K. S. Gjerdnim is building a fine
siuides and doubles lii.Ne been arranged tennis court at Honokaa and ilume rumor
lor today, beginning at 10 o'clock and i? busy circulating stories regard ng ,
coiitiiiiiiiij' all da . things that are to happen shortly, oil that ,
Mbs Mabel Woods and Mis. F.lliot particular court. ;
iiil imet each other 111 the ladles singles , -rj,,. t.xolij, 0f the Japanese on Front
at 3 o'clock. Street leaves a hole in the atmosphere at ,
KoniNsox At Flushing, L. Is,, N. Y.,
to the wife of Clarence Robinson,
on June 17th, a sou.
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1 . a 5 5 3n 1
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o o 3 70 ' ' Z3
: 1 r 2 row wiS j
l SS'SOI ze ;
p g5 .00 J
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Ilnniili Tolnifco a hiu'ress.
that point which may require time and
considerable dilliculty to nil.
Frank l. Couler, the GoMrniueiit ex- What is needed now is something that
perl in charge ol the tobacco experiment will kill the scent of cloves,
on tilt Louisson Ilios plantation at P.ta- ,, ,, ,.... ., , , .
uilu. I.a s to.lut for Honolulu, having ' din.cult it is to keep the skeleton
l.uts ,,,11,,, Instigations. e is satis- in the closet. On tearing .low u he Jap-
lied Hint a fine gnu U- ol Suu.Hra wrapper '"' t,,ll,ck l,t tl,e lefl (.,f ,l e Keystone
I, a c.u be successfully raised in the Saloon, there was revealed to the public
slauds, successor failure depending upon P' high on the roof of the liquor
foil.lions of Mill, location, protection establishment .1 sign bearing the name of
iron winds and moisture. Ouenc.eof a prominent local temperance lecturer
laud was generously donated b Louis- "! church worker.
Mill llros. for stud) ol the possibilities iJ Attorney Geo. A. Davis, who was dis-
ylhis valuable product, and the results b,trr,., by the last Supreme Court, has
slum 11 are highly gr.itlfjllig lo Mr. Con ,et. re-admitted to practice in ull courts
ter, who will later prep ire .1 bulletin 011 ol the Territory. Now, Georgie, do be
(lie subject under the direction ol the UOo,!
II ... l;N,,erl...enll Slalion. wh( s w mMfM ,,. ,
,. . 1 ii ic hiding under the mime ol llidwell who
JiMtsu't our old machine run hard? If iuv,.nisesin a New York paper for n
jl ioe eo Moses & Raymond about it. ,.,l,y jirl wliom he can make an heiress?
SAH FRANCISCO PRICES CUT
Stock To Be Sacrificed
Goods at Your Own Prices
SALE NOW ON
The Globe Clothing Co.
SATURDAY, JULY 2nd
COMMENCING AT 2:00 P. M.
PONOHAWAI vs. riOHEAU
THREE EIGHTHS MILE
HAWAIIAN BRED RACE
MONDAY, JULY 4th
HILO RAILROAD uck mamosbs
VERSUS--- UNION SPECIALS
TIII5 GAMF. TO III? CLI.I?D AT ONI? O'CLOCK P. M.
HP.TWKKN CHAMPION JAPANKS1? ATIILIWI'S ALL Till?
COMMENCE AT 2:00 P. M.
1. One riile Dash,
2. Three-Quarter Hile Dash,
3. Half-Mile Dash,
4. Three-Eighths Mile Dash,
5. Pony Race, Morses M Hands
and Under, .... $75
6. Japanese Relay Race (3 horses,
each ridden twice), Three Miles, $50
7. Cowboy Relay Race (3 horses,
each ridden twice), Three Allies, $75
8. Gentlemen's Riding Race, One-
Half Mile, Volcano Stables
9. Japanese Running Race, One-
Half Mile, .... $75
10. Hawaiian Bred Horses, One
Half flile, - ., . . $75
TI?RMS: Three to enter, three to stall, suitable purses to
be given to winners, but no second prics. Huiries to be made
011 or hefoie 6:00 o'clock i. m., FRIDAY, Jl'I.Y 1st; scratches
must be made before 6:00 o'clock l'. i., SATURDAY, Jl'LY ?d.
l!utr fee, ten per cent ol purse. No sinll rent lo winners.
All entries. to be made to
C. E. WRIGHT,
Manager olcnno Stables : Transportation Co , l.ti
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