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TIIIv WEEKLY IIILO TRIBUNE, HII.O,
m I II I If r nm
JULY 8, 04.
Dr. Sohoeninn H now
n busincos trip.
J. C. Axtell is in town Inking
Tor safes mill monument.
Hoi J0I111 T. Itafcfr li spending n, few I It lift Tennis dull lliilerlnllis Kolmlii
weki In Honolulu, renewing old r- Tenuis Club nl IHiiiirr.
l"l"":w- AlllHl Pll1.,v,l,:l dt.iu.r w.s given
in Ilnnmkim on, The I.c-turr lnt cu'iiing nt tin- "nl ,1,, pvcnhiK at l)fiiiotlieiiM Ciifi-liv Un
church 011 Jap. 11 l.v Rev. W It. Wester- iniojv,,,,,, nub men, consoling of II.
irders veil wiwhiKhh cliUrlfilnlng. nnd drew vicnrs, A. II. Jnekon, C. A. Slnbic. 1'.
fottli 11 good crowd, llli Meicoptlcon j, k ,. ... Wrltelil. Dr. M. Wnehs, It. C.
M t.l U-..I..I.I ..I MnLnln ... t'Ulllir VIBWS W 1'IC UXCCI ll'lll
.Ml. IVI. 1 tifjiiv .i v.".
Ill town dining tlio holidays.
Dr. I'. W. Tnytor wus In town on
, Mri. A. II: Loobi-ustciii (nee Miss
Spencer) was 1111 urrivtil 011 yestcid iy's
Dr. Cooper has cabled his consent to
be reappointed 11 member of tin- Hoard of
Mlis Mary Mclne Imwt this morning
for Honolulu to visit her sister. Mis. A.
Mellor, W. T. Raiding, I! N. Holmes,
I). 1.. V111 Dine, tin- Entomologist for r, jr. Raiding, T. Gimid nnd W. 1.
the Haw lilau Agricultural Experiment Madeira, in honor of the Kohaln Tennis
Station, has bei 11 pen dug the past two ' Club, consisting i)f P. C. Pae-toti, Samuel
weeks on tills Island in research for the
Department of Agriculture.
Miss Clara Wight and Miss Maud
Wight of Kohala were visitors III llilo
during the .jth of July festivities. It hat
been some tbree years since the Misses
Wigbl were lnl seen in llilo.
.Mr. (U'ii, II. Williams and Mr. A. 11.
Loebenslein left overland Tuesday for
1 Mnhiikona to meet Commissioner Trait,
Miss Oertrndu Kenton and Miss Nctrn ,, nrtxlMj Clerdn. They will prnb.ib
Knynte now visiting the Shiptnins at jv retur ))v wav of llainakiia.
Hon. ftilhcrl 1'. Little was a departing
Ahrahaui I.ouissoii, the "Coffee King," nnvCiiirer on tlieEiitcrnrlse fortheCoast,
hasmade Hilollis headipiarlerssiiirehe jttlleret. l(l!)(4()u. ,, n ii0Ss trip,
fore the Fourth. 1 He expects to return' by this sinie Enter-
Capt. Nililackof the Light I louse Hoard prise, when he will open an office In Hilo.
arrived on the Kinnu to look alter local yhe jjj),, lK1!, qIu!) meets tomorrow
light house work. I CVeniug at the home of Chr Cnstcudvk
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ronald C. IKcum-dy nrc'nt Uicdfi Island. The two games now
nt hometotheirfrieudsat tile "Kennedy" ' being played between Honolulu and llilo
House at Waiakea. have not as yet reached an exciting stage.
A. 11. Merrill and wife left )csterday Homer I, . Ross was a returning pas.
afternoon for the Volcano, where they sengir on the Kin'au, Inving spent a very
will stay a few days, 1 ple-usiui acalinu nt his home In Iowa.
1'. Woods, W. 1'. McDougall nnd George
Itlake. (tooci cheer and song hung over
the festive board until the wee hours of
the morn, when all returned home in
proper form, hnvlng enjoyed n very
pleasnlil social evening, wherein best
wishes and success to Kuh.da next year
were freely given by their Hilo hosts.
K 1 11 nit Arrhnls.
Mrs. A. II. I.oebenstein, I). II. Mncoua
chie, Eugene I,ee, S. M. Damon, JMrs. J,
M. Withers, Mrs. Mary Allan, IS. A. I.y
man mid wife, Mrs. T. .Mcl.eau, II I,.
Ross, 1'. Aihtll, Capt. Niblack, R. S.
Hosnur, (5. C. lleckley, Jr., Mm. J. W.
l'ickaidandsoii, W. llerlowit, W. Dixon,
IM.. Hosincr.AM Merrill and wife, A. 1'.
Hunt and wife. Miss . II. Nichols,
Misses K., I., nnd I.uuanla Arinld,
I). Rowen. H.Schlrer.
1). II. MaconachieofTheo. II. 1) ivies
& Co., Ltd. came 011 esierd iv's Kinnu
to look about the City.
Mr. Robert Innes l.illie received news
on the last mail of the death of one of
his children nt the Coast.
Miss Clarke and Miss Hooper of Kona
were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ship,
man on the 2nd, 3rd and 4th.
l'ather Oliver, after twenty years' stay
in Hawaii, left 011 the Enterprise for a
visit to his otd home in Belgium.
Dr. Grace announces in this is,sue of
the paper that he has taken Dr. Archer
Irwin into partnership with him.
Miss Neltn Kay and Miss Gertrude
Rciitou have been the guests of the Mc
Stockers of Olaa during the wtek.
Hon. S. M. Damon nu'd Mr. Iloltcmlcy
of Ilishop & Co. have been looking into
business interests in Ola.i Plantation.
Sam Decker, formerly of the H.iy City
Soda Works, sustained n fractured leg by
falling from n street car in Honolulu.
Miss IJ. May of I.aupahoehoe and Miss
Barnard of the same burg were present at
the several Hilo functions during the past
l'orestcr Hosmer arrived in Hilo yes
terday per Kin, in, and will make a tour
through the Island before his return to
Harold Dillingham, well known in
Hilo, was Captain of the Harvard Varsity
crew, that won the race from Vale in the
W. U. Heckwith of Muni died on June
27th of Tuberculosis. He was an old
Kamaaiua, and a prominent business
man of Maui. '
Miss Nella Soiui, who has been in
rather poor health for some time past, lell
for the Coast Wednesday to recuperate
The Knterprise carried away three of
Hilo's school ttachers for thtir summer ,
vacation, Miss Deyo, Miss I.ninpmau nnd
Mr. Cjril O. Smith.
Miss Kthel Homer, the champion in
Indies similes for the Territory, was 111
Hilo over the I'ourth, returning Wednes
day to her home in H.uu.iku't.
Mr. & Mrs. Rufus A. Lyman nrricd
on the Kinnu from Honolulu, where Ml. I
I.yui.m was summoned as a witness in 1
the Spreckels' water front case.
Mrs. Milton Rice departed 011 the F.u- '
HutrrprlM1 Passenger l,M.
Hoii.Gitlieit 1'. Little, Mrs. Milton
Rice, Mrs. Jnrret T. Lewis, Mrs. Win
Rickard. Rither Oliver. Miss I)eo. Mis
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llts w tie will rem 1111 til tne sinies iorniX(.na S(Ul( MU, 1, ,111pm ill. Miss
few mouths longer, before returning to,,)ti .rfieI(, Mr. nm Mrs. I?. W. Har
bour. Mr. M. V. Jones, Mr. Cyril O.
Mr. and Mrs. Hauuatn, lenve this
morning 011 the Kinnu. They hae been
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Scott
for the pist two days. They visited the
Volcano nnd have taken in the sights in
J. Castle Ridgway, the National II ink
U.xauiiucr for the Territory of Hawaii, is
now engaged in examining the WSIIuku
I National Hank 011 Maui and the I'irst
National In Honolulu. lie spent the .1th
nt the races 011 Maui.
The American Hawaii 111 Steamship
"Aruoiiian" came into port Wednesday
morning, villi cargo of sugar from Hono
lulu and Kahului. After taking on 11
cargo of sugar here, she will clear-for
Mr. A. G. Curtis of Kurlistown, Olaa,
left this week by the .Muunn Loa for
Honolulu, where he meets his wife.
They leave on the new steamer Mongolia
from Honolulu today, returning in Sep
tember 011 the Siberia.
Miss Fannie Greenfield, who has been
visiting Mrs. O. A. Stevens returned to
day to her home in Hnmnkua, having
made a great many friends for herself
here, and carrying back with her n num
ber of additions to her string.
There will be services nt the Pirst
Poreiffn Church, Sunday, July loth,
11)04, at 11:00 A.M., by Rev. Curtis It.
Shields. "The Pharisees Took Counsel
With the Herodhms Against Hint."
Mark: 4.6. No evening service.
Mrs. Madileii hns "been visiting her
sister, Mrs. McO.(inid of Olaa, for the past
weei;. Mie was a irequeni visitor 111 11110
during her slay, and enjoyed the life of
the City very tiiiivh
morning for her home nt Paauilo.
Mr. Sain P. Woods. Mr. Iltake and Mr.
Pact 011 are returning pissengers on the
Kiiiau this morning to Mnhiikona.
They sij they tire not at all discouraged
in regard to tenuis, but that they will
come again, even if defeat stares them in
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Hind, accompanied
by Miss Mabel Woods, nil of Kohaln, left
last Tuesday morning for the Volcano,
nnd returned home on the Manila Loa,
This was their first visit to Hilo and the
Volcano, and they saj they were not in
.In dire Par kef In the I, end. .Indue
lira) Scconil, ('In Hand Third.
1 , Louis, July 5. A caucus of
the Pennsylvania delegates resulted
in n decision to cast lluiir 68 votes
for l'nrker. The nntis may center
on Judge Gray of Delaware.
St. Louis, July 4. Tlienianageis
of Judge Parker claim Hint lie will
be nominated on the first ballot.
He is expecled to receive the sup
noit of .Senator A. 1. Ciormnn of
Maryland. The anti-Parker forces '
claim to hold the balance of power
nnd expect to prevent Parker's 1
nomination. The National Demo
cratic Committee is consideting!
contests of delegations from vnrious
St. Louis, July 4. The opposi
tlon to Parker lacks cohesion. Yes
terday the Gormanitcs were active,
while Cleveland's , suppoit was
St. Louis, July 6. The Indications are
that Parker will be nominated 011 the
second ballot. The assaults lif the
oppositioii nre apparently ineffective,
though they claim that over one-third of
the votes nre pledged ngninst Parker,
Veuderlng his nomination impossible.
Tammany is still in bid temper. One of
the developments isthe wnningofltrynn's
influence. He has been turned down by
tile National Committee, which decided
to sent the Hawkins delegates from Ill
inois. While the platform will not re
affirm the pievious money planks, it is
improbable that an nttempt will he made
to declare for gold. Not much attention
is paid to the Vice Presidency nnd the
choice will probably go lo Illinois or
Indiana. ' '
St. Louis, July 6. Palmer Woods has
been appointed National Committeeman
from Hawaii to succeed Comwell. de
ceased. Hum's Club.
One of the most enjoyable meetings of
the Hunt's Club was held last Saturday
evening at the Club Rooms in the
Spreckel's block, in the form ofu Gentle
men's Smoker. Light as well us heavy
refreshments were in evidence through
out the evening, and box after box of
nature's deleeuible wtid were consumed
by the assembled crowd. Mr. Ramsay
recitel two very clever selections from
Hums, entitled "The Cotter's Saturday
Nicht" mid "Tommy Shauter." Mr.
Rositi, the clever violinist, gave an ex
cellent solo 011 the violin. Robt. l'orbcs
of Hilo, Seolt of Hakalau nnd McGiivery
of Houohiim g.uesomc lively Highland
llings upon their fiddles. John Prascr of
Waiuaku nnd Ale.V. l'ruser of Aiiiaulu
sang a couple of Scotch songs, while
Win. llrien of Wn naku related home
very clever anecdotes nbout Hums and
told n couple of good Scotch stories.
that lie is not entitled lo nn congratula- j The evening ended with songs by Jas.
lions just at present. His smiling couiitu- , M. Cameron and Mr. Lilico of Hakalau,
nance is not due to annulling feminine, the assemblage joining together in "Auld
but entirely to the fact that he has sue Lang Sang." They departed nil glad
She leaves this ceeded ill making the New York Life I that Robbie Huru-t was born into the
Iiisuiaucc Clul). .Air. Jackson will go ns world, anil sorry that he coulil not have
ii delegate to the National Convention of joined them in their feast of reason.
Opening of Hunting Season
Should find every lover of sport prepared.
(Jood aiuiiiunition is an important item.
We will send you that put up by Wals
rode or Peters. Write to us and the order
will he filled by return steamer. We sell
or rqiit all kinds of shotguns, rifles, re
91 KINC STREET,
Smith, Mr. V. Leuners, runt aojapmese.
Mrs. Jnrret T. Lewis left on the Knter
prise for San l'raucisco for a vacation.
She will visit her daughter, Mrs. Robin
son, at Pliishiug Long Island. Mrs.
Lewis' two grand-children were too much
of nu attraction to permit her lem. lining
uway longer from her daughter nnd
Mr. Jas Gihh and wife are arranging
their priatc affairs in the Islands nnd nt
their home in P.i.itihnu preparatory to
leaving the latter part of this month for a
visit to Scotland. Mr. Gihh, now mana
ger of Pauhati Plantation, will be re
membered as the head lipia at Wainnku
several )enrs ngo.
On l'riday a goerumeulal expedition
started on a tour round the island of
Oahu, with a special view of laying out
a scheme of loan fund expenditures.
Those forming the party were Acting
Governor Atkinson, Superintendent of
Public Works Hollow ay, Laud Com
missioner Pratt and High Sheriff Hrown.
The euchre party given Miss Painty
Greenfield at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Holmes last week was one of the
prettiest social functions given in Hilo.
The Holmes residence was crowded with
n throng of Hilo's )oung people who
vied with each other in reckless bidding.
Miss Greenfield won the ladies prize and
Mr. I?. K. Richards the gentlemen's
Mr. A. II. nekson nssliris liN friends
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REAL E8TATE,ST0CKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
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terprlse for the home of her mother, who ,hviWlmU.
recently men. airs. Kiee weiu 011 10 hhik
lifter the iutere.-ls of the estate.
The Pood Commissioner and Aual)st,
Robt. A. Duncan, reports a sample of
Hilo water sent down by Inspector 1). S.
How man to be of excellent quality.
Mrs. Win. Rickard left 011 the Enter
prise for her first trip home since her mai
riage, some three years ago. She is one
of Honokaa's popular young married per
sons. Mr. nnd -Mrs. P. W. Harbour of Kai
wiki were departing passengers on the
Enterprise. They leave their business
mailers in Hilo in the hands of George
l.osr Siler watch of foreign maun
fiiclure 011 or near School street, Hilo.
Five dollars reward will be pud the
finder upon delivery to the police head
ipiarters. Mrs. T. K. Clark, wifeof Captain T. K.
Clark of the Wilder S. S. Co., died at her
home on Ultima street in Honolulu at'
10:30 July 1st. Mrs. Clark was in her
. Gind jear.
Mrs. Robt. T. Forrest .1 long time
resident of Hilo, now residing ul Kailua,
isn isitor at the Shipmaus. She sis
she finds so 111, my new and strange faces
in our midst.
Mr. H. IC
TheTuiiiOxit is.iu receipt of Hulletiii
No. 5 of the Hawaiian Agricultural F.x
1 crime-lit Station on "The Sugar Cane
j Leaf-Hopper," written by 1). L. Van
' Dine, the Entomologist. Copies may be
I obtained from the station in Honolulu,
Ij. G. Smith in charge.
1 - - -
(For Ladies' Handkerchiefs, plain nnd
embroidered L. Turner Co., Ltd.
Ladies' Veils, hemstitched and em
broidered, 11 new assortment at L. Turner
1 s.. i.
Life Insurance Men at Cleveland, Ohio,
taking in the Exposition on liis return.
There was a meeting of the Hilo
Agricultural Society tit the office of
Charles Fitrneau.x last Saturday. Pine
apple and banana interests were discussed
and some very valuible information dis-clo-ed.
It was reported by the Committee
011 Pineapples that there nre now about
151,130 pineapples now available for a
cannery. 1 lie llaualia .oiuiiiittee 1 ex
ported that with the eh mges in the En
terprise'she could now carry about Sooo
bunches of bananas.
Manager Hidgood is to be coiigratu-
Wednesday, July Gtlii S S Enterprise,
J. O. Voungien, Master, for San l'rau
cisco; 33 crew, with 14 passengers, 20
Japanese steerage, wilh cargo of sugar,
coffee nnd general merchandise. Sugar, I
io.SS.) bags; Hakalau, 10, 3S4 bags, and
Waiakea, 4.00 bags; total, 26,o6S bags,
valued at $ 107,966.55; coffee, 500 bags,
I weighing 49,160 lbs., and valued nt $6,.
1 424 00; 4,041 lbs. of hides and skins,
I valued at $349 35, 4,230 bunches of ha
I lianas, valued al 2,i 17.45, 6S koa logs,
We have just received an
Victoria ami ')
Lace Stripes ana
Pine Embroideries mill
LaceS suitable for trimming
We are headquarters for
and Panama Hats
L. Turner Co.
luted upon the able manner in which lie valtit 1 nt f 1,500. 00; 50 cases of jelly,
handled the crowds at the Volcano valued nt $195.00, ami general merchaii-
1 louse on the Fourth. As had been null- Mme valued al 665. 15. A total cargo of
ciliated, there was a treat in store for ' i 18 30S.50.
those who look
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. 8. ENTERPRISE
in the Volcano Excur
sion. Fireworks and dancing were the
principal features of the Fourth. Every
eniUiivor was made to nrouse Mndnme
Pele, but without nvnil, although the
roof of the Volc.1110 'House suffered 11
fracture from the force expended, from
Real Maltese Edgings and Insertions- I lwncatli All the guests are unstinted in
lllieir praise 01 uic goon service ami
L, Turner Co.
The New Girdle Frames L. Turner Co,
I waul to rent ill) Puueo residence
A small line of girdle
ceivedh) L. Turner Co.,
Jul) Delineators anil patterns have ar
rived at Mosis& Rauuond.
frames just re-Ltd.
1 nccommodatinus thry received
THE OLD RELIABLE
Wnll. Ntejiols Co. will give
Victor Records for old ones.
Doesn't our old machine- run hard? If
it does see Moses it RaMiiond about it.
E. N. Holmes will for the next thirty
days sell nil kinds oflluggies, Snrriesnnil
Carriages al greatly reduced prices, 1
1 Come and see them.
1 Fresh chocolatesatL.TurueriMCo. Ltd.
Lost. On May 12th between First
Poreiifii Church nnd Sliri-ckels' block or
Heudrick, proprietor of the IIU Coveriimeut roid to Waiuaku, 11 small
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monumental oxidised siher watch with carveil luck.
,,,...1.. r 11 ii .c 1 ... S.s.oo Riwmd. Return to TRIHe'NE
ready to reecie orders for safes, scales
Si'MMItu CnMl'I.Al.vr is the children's
must diiui'eious eneinv and the mother's
Miss Daingerfield, after n very pleasanl uiusidic.uted foe. Immediate anil proper
isit lo herlirollier at uoku.i, was.i ue- iieaunein i,h ijMiumirj, vimiuui-i- (
iiartini! passenger 011 the Enterprise,
lieatmciit isalw ixsnicessary. Chamber
Iain's Colic Cholera and Diairhrei Re-
titi.ilt. , 1I1 1. 11 !ii.,'iinl mr In ill rpl inn., ttt
She will probably leliirn to Hawaii " . 11,1, ,st ctautual remedy known. Fir
Ihe near future. ' j bale by llilo Drug Co.
7HZRE1S NO SUBSTITUTE
.1 New I'lriii.
Commencing with the 1st of July, Dr.
J. J. Or.icewlll have associated with him
the brother of'his late partner. Dr. Frank
! Irwin. Once again the firm wiU be
know n ns Drs. Ornce it Irwin. Dr.
I Archer Irwin, who is now .issociited wilh
I Dr. (iracl-, has been practicing 111 the
Islands for the p 1st seven years or more,
, being located most of the time at Ilaki'-
lau. He is well known in Hilo, having
attended to Dr. Grace's practice during
the latter's iibseuce 011 several occasions.
1 His practice on the plantations and at
1 Hakalau has been taken over by Dr. Fred
1 A ('mil of Thanks.
, Mrs. Albert Iv. Nawahi wishes to ex
tend her sincere thanks fe.r the many
, kindnesses extended her during her re
cent sorrow, and for the sympathy shown
I by the man) friends of herself mid husband.
Sail lSOT j '"" """
Juno 19, '04 July G, '04
July 23, '04 I Aug. 9, '04
Aug. 26, '04 j Sept. 12, '04
Sept. 29, '04 Oct. 16, '04
Nov. 2, '04 I Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 6, '04 1 Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent
The revenue cutler Thetis, Captain
' Hamlet, returned Thursday, June 23,
from her first cruise to Midway and
Lisiausky Islands. The trip was quite
eventful, for the vessel brought back n
crowd of 77 Japanese who had b.-cu
poaching birds oil Lisiausky Island.
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I If j on go uway foi the summer, sub
scribe for the Tkuiuni: mid gel (he home
I news, f 2.5e per ) ear.
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The Old Reliable Stmul is
Knrors lioutd, Scissors nnd nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
NoTICH Neither the Masters 1101
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for nnv debts con.
traded by the crew. R. 1 CHJARD,
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