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THK WKEK1.V 1111,0 TKI11UXK, Til 1.0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUI.V , irjo-j. 5 9
Fourth of July lluutlngntl, Turner Co.
Alirnlinm Lincoln Louissou is in town,
'A good fresh tnllcli cow fur iltr Mo
Mimliigt1 In .liiiiin s
, Till Country.
Misses McStocker in Oliu
Miss Alilliv C. Parke of Honolulu isthe
gin st of Miss Helen Severance.
J. C. Axlel, the safe mill niMiiiiniriit
man is again in llilo 'mil vicinity.
For I. ailits' Handkerchiefs, plain mid
embroidered 1 Turner Co., Ltd.
A pretlv vigorous earthquake shock
wis ftlt Tuesday night at to o'clock.
The !!llo post office will he open on
Fourth of July between 8 and o. o'clock
Ladles' Veils, hemstitched and em
broidered, a new assortment hi I.. Titiuir
The Chess Club meets tomorrow
night at the residence of Dr. John
Alexander Young arrived by the Kinau
nnd is visiting his sou, Robert Young, at
Mrs. Joseph Nnwahi is living with Mrs. J
Albert K. Nawnhi nt "Homelaiii" on
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A Mimliigi1 I" 4iiiim N Invalid In Fur UimicIiIuk I'uhllc WrKs Inc rft flh!HH -J. IIHl!n,a 0., I '3
4v udk ihihi 01 Hunt no reason I 1
i w. i u u m m
1 ' &"fl Should find over) Imer of: sport prepared.
' Vffll (otl ainiiiuuitiou is an important item. M
Swi We will send you that put up by Wills- ifl
(vvm rode or Peters. Write to us and the order m
'vVWfl ill be filled by return steamer. We sell . r
s ''VWwi or r(JMt a11 UU'S oJ" shotguns, rifles, re-
lA' Wvlran volvers, etc. ,
i 'tviv'a a.
IB iilH woons a sunnnw -1
W 9 W t HO w - w - . W W HM MM B- gT rJ
A. II. ttoebeiistcin returned Wednewlay
In this issue uppems the schedule of
the S S. Hnterprise from July in to l)e-
cemiier. nils cuauirs ixinaiin snippers
to regulite tliclr siiipmeiits. ..,..,,!..,, , i
h r District Magistrate Hapui rendt red nil
The tin; Clnrles Courifelmail left I Itni.nrinOi ikeision IhM weik in v Inch lie
WeriiHMiHV night for Honolulu, where it hehl that b J.ifituse marrlHge iinprovvn
Miss Kenton of Kolmln is visiting the )WH tnke the ploce of the Fearless, which j ,t n(il in Hawaii. Nakaji
i is laid up lor repairs in that port.
A liberal reward Is oiTercd for the
return to (Jlobe Clothing store of a child's
block silk roat, lost by I. Rosenljerg's
sou, while out driving last Sunday.
A mail lor Honolulu closes 6 o'clock
Wednesday evening, June aqtli
will go overland and catch the
Miss Mattic Rowland of Honolulu ii !qick ui,, down in eight davs, 5
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Rowland, on 'n '
l'uueo Heights. I Iand Commissioner las. V. l'rr
H. V.. Heudrick,
Hawaiian Monumental Works
his rounds again.
The Hilo Hums Clubwillgiveasiiioker I
I,ou, arriving in Honolulu 011 Frida),
Miss Auty Hill, who hasjust graduated
with honors at Oahu College, having
been valedictorian of her class, returned
to Hilo b) the Uiuatt, on Weducsday.
Geo. lllake, the energetic manager of
the Hawaii Mercantile Co. ol Koliala, is
meeting friends again in Hilo, nnd will
attend the Fourth of July celebration.
The Floor Committee which will have
charge of t1tc music and management of
the bill Monday night are Messrs. W. S.
McLean, Oeo. N. Day and A. II. Jackson.
The Hulcrnrise arrived early Tuesday
I morning wilii a full cargo of merchandise
, and fresh California fruits. She made a'
Japanese woman was marritil accoidiug
to the hwsofjapm, retiring a family of
children. Alter living with lit r first
husband a space, she remarried in Hawaii
in accordance with the laws of Hawaii.
Her first husband brought the charge of
biuuniv ami lmlie Il11n.1l I'iriilul tb it
which 1 the, evid.incc of witnesses nresi nt at the
Manna marriiue feast, was not proof of the
itnilitlm, PHf-fMtififiv. .anil
parties may subscuttuitly
!.. . .i. leave uonoiuiu on me rtuiau juiy
IV. i.iriiiuii liit ,,,,.,i, ...,. .l ,! .,l,l
is "oitiir 1 "I. " " o ww....M ..,.. ......
h I to Hilo, arriving about Monday following.
The New C.irdlc Frames L.Turuer Co.
Rev. W. D. Westervelt of Honolulu
will remain in Hilo. Olaa and vicinity for
tomorrow night at their rooms in the
A It 1 hmIuiiilI ..!.. n.,.1 ttce Mn.ii
Spencer wcreiui:tl tmrried in llonolu Rtereopticon lecture at the Waiakea Mlf-
lu on httunlav last.
According to a Sh ingluii p'iper, F, M
llrooks, has decided to locate in Slnug
hai in the practice of law.
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K. a fortuight, anil this evening will give a
A contract for the re-construction and
necessary repairs of Huchue road, North
Koua, has been awared to Chas. K. Ma
gulrc, the work to be completed bv Oct.
William II ulditkv, Arthur T. Watson
and George Reiudart, Hilo bojs, who
have been attending St. I.nuis College,
Honolulu, return for their summer va
cations. Sunt, of Public Vorks Holloway is
waiting to hear from the Hilo Hoard of
Miss Helen Kaina returned by the
Kinau from an extended visit to Mrs. S.
C. Holloway, nt Honolulu.
J. M. Hind and wife of Koliala are in
the citv, to attend the tenuis tournament
and 4th of July celebration.
Albert Horner, who has been attending
school 011 the coast returns on the Killer
prise for his summer vacation.
Rev. H. G. Sllva, Pastor of the Pro-1 Trade on the nronosed location of the
testant Portuguese Church, Hilo, is. re- Hilo jail, construction of which is ready
cuperating his health 011 Maui. , to proceed.
Advertisement appears in this issue for s,mut;I ,,llker W(K)(1 accolllp,nic,l
bids for the construction of a concrete , )is sis,cr Mi MH,)e) Woods rrlvei,
arch near 3 mile knu.n ma road. , bv ,llc K1au Wednesday and w ill play-
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Cross have been at together in the tennis doubles during the
the wireless station nt Mxhukona and I tournament.
leave for Honolulu bv today's Kinau. , .. . ,. . . ., ,
... . ,, , , . ,,, According to the recommendations .of
Miss llarnanl of I.aupahoehoeand Mis.s,llle Ucpubican committees, J. Nelson
Fanny Greenfield of Honokaa arc guests an,i Jos Pr.tchard have been appointed
of Mrs. O. A. Steven on Church street. . nnn for lhe firfl allll ,ccond Vnd dis
Miss Mary Nailiun, who has been vis- tricls respectively.
iting in Honolulu for the past six months, . . . , . .
returned on We.lnesdav from Honolulu. TI-uilc a coiitiiigent of koUalaitcsarc in
, . . ... , T , , , Hilo to participate 111 the tennis tourna-
,.T?.,c.S,!"-eor,l,,L, '!,l,C jM,,Ke Cnr'"er meiitand incidentally to enjov the Fourth.
k. Wilder is valued at '3.5o. according We are plcase(. lo S(:e , mJa-y ..aiook
to the adniinistraior W. C. Wilder. h,K pe()JVlc in our midstt
P. S. Sc lies and wife of Pahala leave ,, . , .
11.1. ...nr..i.... f, n, ,. i,..m Mr. i The contract for filling of Mooheau
c..iu i... i!".... rr. . ,1 ,. i.,nr.ii. .i.i Park has been let to Contractor L. M
V..IS-- IT .. 1.S.S M LI . full
wedlock a second
was not bigamous,
have lived in
marriage in Hawaii
'lhe vvotniti was
A large pirly of excursionists in charge
of Oliver II. Walker arrivtd last
week and are registered at the Volcano
House. Those included ill the party arei
Miss Flora N. Albright. Miss Mabel .S.
Harlow, Miss Nellie linker. Rev. J. I,.
Hopwood, Miss llertic N. P.unch, Mr. T.
I;. Robinson, Miss Nellie Wuddingtoii,
Miss Ivugeue Thomas, Miss Grace Fogg,
Miss limily A. Habb, Mrs. S. Decoto,
Miss Nora A. Hohleu, Miss Caroline M,
Pierce, Miss Witinlfled P Andrews, Miss
Minnie Reed, Miss F. McSwniu, Mrs,
Geo. K. Henuelt, Miss Herthn Deiiiiisou,
Dr. F. W. Marotr, Mrs. F. W. M iroU,
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. Shepherd.
Whitehouse. The contract calls for sand
filliMia ntilt it inll itttln nor rillifs pfirl
The Foresters w ill meet for the in- T,,e lowest bid was 19; .
stallntiou of ofiicers nct Wednesday!
night, instead of the evening of Fourth of 1 The w Ife of Mike I.ehuanui, the hack
julv. driver, who was shot twice bv her hus-
Miss Marie Nichols left last Saturday 1 'j?"''. 'eJl lhc uospital. and'suffers no
on the S. S. Korea for her home on the .l"-comfort from the bullet now incised
mainland nfter miking 11 short visit in l' llle flt's,,y Parl r cr bacV
Honolulu. I Mr. W. A. Joliuston. superititcnding
With sugar at 3 99 there should be, 110 engineer of Wildcr's S. S. Co., is on a
grounds for complaint among the pessi- holiday vacation in Hilo, the guest of
mists. This , is a jump front 3.S5 last Mr. and Mrs. Win. McKay. He leaves
quotation. this morning for the Volcano House.
Mrs Win. I.mdsty anil three children
leave this morning "for Waimea to join
her husband, who is deputy sheriff for
Real Maltese Kdgings and Insertions
I Turner Co.
Mioses F.mmnniid Relwcca Hohneiibrrg,
returned on Wednesday for their summer
vacation, after attending the Honolulu
W. Chan Hoon, ofK. O. Hall & Son,
with his family return to Honolulu bv
the Kinau, alter a pleasant visit with
friends m Hilo.
Sportsmen desiring guns or ammu
nition should communication with W001I
& Sheldon, Honolulu, who will fill all
I. U, Hrown, the heavy weight of Kai
vviki, publishes an open challenge inn
Honolulu paper, to meet any one in a
glove contest either in Hilo or that city
for the championship of the Islands.
Fourth of July Hunting I.. Turner Co.
II. H. Harding, for some tune foreman
of the p tinting shop of the Volcano
Stables, was a returning passenger from
the coat 011 the S. S. Hnterprise. He
has resumed his duties at his old
With the opening of hunting season
every lover of sport should be fully pre
paired. Woods & Sheldon of Honolulu
will send jou amiifiiiiittou and guns by
the first steamir after receiving jour
Acting Governor Atkinson by official 1 Mr. , Mrs. R. C. Kennedy arrived
proclamation dtclares that all public )y nle Kinmi Wedneslay and have taken
officts will be closed 011 July 4th, which up ,iICir home t Kennedy resilience at
is a legal liolulav . Waiakea. As a benedict, Ronald assumes
Lew is Schoeii, one of the main stays of his responsibilities with dignity mid
the town and merchant, returned oil the grace.
J'.nterpnse alter a two mount's visit tome , AU persons holdini: bills auainst the
Territory for materials ami servicts
coast mid points Fast,
The name of basebill scheduled for
luly 4th at Hoolulu Park between Union
Specials and the Hlack Ditmouds will he
(.ailed nt 1 o'clock sharp.
White Horse Cellar
Gold Label and
are a few of our choice
Call us up, phone 23, and
we will tell you more
rendered lor the Public Works Depart
ment from January tst, 1904 are notified
to present the same properly verified by
July 15th. j
Mr. and Mrs. John Chalmeis leave 1
this morning for Wnialua. Mr. Chalmers I
has been an employee of the Waiakea
Mill Co. for seven vears and leaves to 1
W. Chan Hoon, wife, four children and
maid, D. I.. Van Dine, Hrothcr Matthews.
Hrother Vincent, John Chalmers and
wife, Mrs, M. H Osgood, Sister Susana,
Miss H. Osorio, Sister Helena, Miss Mary
Kiyoji, Mrs. Patten, Hrotlur Raviiiond,
W. P. Jarrctt, C. Osborne, Alex. Young,
A. S. Gage. II. P. Hughes, P. S. Scales
and wife, Mrs. J. F. Mackenzie and son,
I'. J. Cross anil wile, Mrs. Win. I.iuasay
afid three children, Mrs. C. D. Green and
Master Green, A. G. Curtis and two chil
dren, C. C. Kennedy and wife, A. W.
Carter, W. A. kiiiney, R. A, kerns.
Ohm Changes Hands.
John Walt, former manager of Hono
kaa, takes charge of Olaa Sugar Co. this
morning, superceding F. 11. McStocker,
who has been the manager of the latter
company for the past five yeirs. Mr.
Watt would not say mi) thing lor publica
tion, but it is understood he represents
Hishop & Co. and other creditors of the
R F. Dillingham Co., an ngtecmcut to
that effect having been signed in Hono
lulu prior to the departure of the Kiunu.
I.oebensteiii-Speucer At Honolulu,
Saturday, June l.s, 1904, by Rt. Rev.
Valentine, Mary K. Spencer to A. II.
For Rent Cottage of seven rooms with
bath, 011 School street. Inquire 011 prem
ises. Mrs. II. Pofter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy leave to
day for Honolulu eu route for Sin Fran
cisco, when, nfter a short May, they will
proceed to Thrums, Scotland, which is
Mr. KcuiiLdy's birthplace. They expect
to be gone about three mouths.
I. C. I.euhart, formerly of Kuu. but
who has been in Manila for several years,
returns to Hawaii for a visit w.tli old
friends. He is much pleased with his
new home and will return lo engage in
the culture of hemp on n large scale.
The patronesses of the Fourth of July
bill arc: Mr-. C. C. Kennedy, .Mrs.
Charles Furucatix, Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mrs.
P. Peck, Mrs. Jules Richard ton, Mrs J.
T. Moir. Mrs. F. It. McStocker. Mrs. G.
I W. A. Hap 11 and Mrs. N. C. Wlllfong.
Fresh chocnlatesat J.Turnpr&Co. Ltd.
Miss Stephanie Guaul graduated on
June 17th from the Oakland High School
ami one of the pleasant features of the
occasion was the compliment she reecived
by the singing of "Aloha oe" by the class
to their schoolm ite about to depart for
Alexander Young, now visiting Hilo
and who has just returned from a ten
weeks' trip to the mainland, states that
he is more than satisfied with the ft cling
on the Coist toward Island securities.
He reports a renewal of interest all along
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs 1
Clarence Robinson will be pleased to
hear of another addition to their fauillj, I
11 son born 011 June 17th. Mrs. Robinson I
us Miss Hazel Lew s was a poptilir llilo
belle, prior to her marriage nnd removal
to Flushing, Long island.
The nrwlv appointed members of the
Hilo Risk! iloard had their lil-d nutting
Wednesdav morliiug at in o'clock III llle
olhee of Road I'.ugiiieer Gere. The lu w
Hoard consisisofjohn T Moir, ch liruiau,
Geo Ross and L. H Wright members
Mr. H. H. Richards has bee n retinoid as
agent ntul the custodian of the funds
Matters of rond and bridge improvements
were discussed, and nullum ilions made
for the cxpcudilute of $15,90" m Hilo
and vicitillv, besides gtmriil repiirs
which iveruge f 1,000 a mouth. Much of
the work has already been commenced
and that for width provision has been
tiiHile, will be begun without delay.
J700 has been cxpendtd oil Riverside
Park bridge, which has been gradually
fillinir to decay. Contractor Carter has
I put in Hew flooring for the roadway and
j and a new coat of p unt gives lhc struct
ure a UK.reptesentable appearance. Two
new wooden bridges have been provideil
for, one costing $,ocxi at Kaieie nnd an-'
other costing f 5x nt Waiaama. Ilolh
bridges are in the vicinity of Papalkou
and are well known wrecks along this
well traveled thoroughfare'. Two new .
culverts are authorized, one at Makea '
gulch near Pepeekeo costing $3500 and .
another at Puepaku, near Pap likou at a I
cost of 51200.
The homesteaders in Knumann nrc to1
have their wish gratified, nud J 1 0,000
will be expended under the direction of
the Roul Hoird for the Knuiii ma home
stead road, including the Macfarl me
cross-roid. One of lhe most important
authorizations is 516,000 for the new Hilo
jail. Tlnsis one of tile ileins under the
loin bill nud the necessity fur which has
been apparent for some time. The lo
cation Ins not been determined upon,
but asSupti Hollowav is understood to
be opposed lo a change of site, the new
jail will probibly be built in the comer
ot tlic present grounds. It will be con
structed of stone and masonry' and super
sede the ugly structure now occupy it g
tliejail premises. ,
91 KING STREET,
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE,STOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
P. O. BOX 348.
Alexander Young, Antone S011X.1, A. T.
Watson. G. Vierra, J. Doe, R. C. Kennedy
Hint Wile .Miss Rowland, Geo. Iteiuhart,
Rev. W. Westervelt, I. Severance, Miss
Helen Kaina, Miss Naitima, A. I,. Gage,
Miss R. X. Hohiienberg, Miss C. Dolmen
berg Miss A. C. Pnrke. lieu Hrown. W.
Naillum, J. C. Axlcll. V. Cumin, J. Reiu
linrt, W. C. Rorilcu, F. S. Lyman, .Miss
Amy Hill, Antone Silveira. C. Hovle. F.
I.alnkea, W. Haddaky, Mrs. M. K Osgood,
Jno. Andrews, W. P. Jarratt, C Osborn,
W. II. Johnston, Miss C. Mills, Rtv. I,.
D. Keliipio nnd wife Mrs. Win. Lewis,
Miss Juauita Heckley, Mrs. Wagner.
Foni Mahiikoua to Hilo Miss Wight,
Mis Rentoti, Miss K.tv, J. Hind nnd
wife Miss M. Woods, .Mi'ss F.. K. Woods,
Miss May Woods, Miss F. Low, Mis J
Woods C. K. McGuire, F. Paetnw, I).
Plal.e, I.. K. Lcnuart.
First Foreign Church.
Rev. Curtis F.. Shields, Pastor. Sab
bath services, July 3rd. 1 1 n. 111. sermon
"An ordinance to thee and to thy sous
forever" Gen. 13:24. 7:30 p. m. "Thev
shall bring the glory and honor of the
nations into it" Rev. 21:26. Cotumem
uioratiou of the Lord's Supper will be ob
served at the morning service.
i:clllsiou IX t I'll o I'd 1 11 nry.
A large crowd is taking advantage of
the excursion from Hilo lo lhe Volcano
House, July 2d lo 5U1. Lu in, dnuciug
and fireworks. Total expense, 51250.
Secure accommodations early. Tickets
at Volcano Stables and Transport ition
During my absence from Hilo Mr K.
C. Kubo will net for me in all matters,
under a full poiver of attorney .
32-4 T IKF.DA
MATSQN NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Wc hnve just received an
Persian Lawns , . .
Lace Stripes and
Pine Em broideries mill
LaCCS suitable for trimming
We are headquarters for
mni Panama Hats
L. Turner Co.
1 Jg J..n.
Chas. K. Maguire, sou of John Magttire iJunO I 9, '04
of Huehue Ranch, Ninth Koua, is a llilo ' . . 0 ,-.,
visitor. Mr. Maguire is .swarthy and JU,y u
tanned from a live years' residence in 'Aug. 26, '04
tlrtllllll, V HUIC IIC iin UlUJMOy LU HWOK lQnni O CI 'I
111 Hie raymaster s Department, Untlel ). t-
Males Army. He will remain perm i-
accept a better position on
the Waialua w" '" nw'"1'
Miss J. Jaunita K. Heckley, daughter
of Adm1r.1l Mooheau, is the center of a
jolly party arriving by the Kinau Weilues
day, consisting ol .Mrs, Will. V Lewis,
Herman Youiigrcu, son of Cap. Yoiing
ren of the Ktiterprise makes the round
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V?"- ,:. :"".;'".?. 0! Vl" V. I wKeKetces d Oilier"
,1 i, ..lo,, .T of the Fourth of July celebration nnd
the Pacific coast i)Jv u u c o1&io
V. C. llorilen. II H. llrowu. L. Sever-
ance. Jules Reiuharl and F S. Lyman
were ri turning passengers on tne Kinau
from Honolulu, where Ihey have been
in atliuil nice as witness in' the llrowu
Spreckels land case.
Mr and Mrs. F N. Holmes gave a
euchre party 111 honor of MihS Fanny
Greenfield last (veiling at their home in
l'uueo, Mi.s Greenfield will shortly '
leave for an extended vimI to hnglaud,
and last nighl'h partv afforded an oppor
tunity to a number of the y ounger clement
1 of Hilo society to meet one of llam.ikiu's
, fairest daughter. The evening was
pleasantly spent and prizes given to
m Volcano House
will Icavo Hilo July 2
'returning July 5
Total Expense Only .,
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
NO HOT AIR
AN IDEAL SUMMER RESORT
Special Rates to Island Pooplo
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD, Manager
I want to
A small line of girdle frames just re
ceived by I, Turner Co., ), td.
July Delineators and patterns have ar
rtvtifat Moss& Raymond.
Wall, Nichols, Co. will give you new
Victor Records lor old ones. J7-tf
V., N Holme!, will for the next thirty
daya sell all kinds of lluggies, Surriesatid
Carriages at greatly reduced prices,
Come mid see them,
THE OLD RELIABLE GLADIATOR
&AKIK0 i $3.50
vJVWHLVm A very refined and stylish shoe for dress
"' occasions, parties nud hills,
Absolutely pure J
thoe ism substitute EGONOMIG SHOE CO., HILO
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 cay it is
to renew vehicles.
Let ui fallow you color cards.
HILO MERCANTILE CO. MIS
P. O. Boz 04
Telephones 4 A, 4 B
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