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TUJi WEtiKLY HII.0 TRMUNK, HII.O, HAWAII, 1'ttlUAV, JULV 15, 1904.
Forcstrr Howiicr I" the guest of the
Moirt of Papiilkou.
The Mlu Ituloii me
Wnilillii, a) tulle Ohm.
.Mr. mill Sut. Itlelih') r.nlrrlnlii
I Mr. and Mn. Anthoiiv Hlclilv of
' Ufrr lulmid itve h enrtl iMtty tliintrvpn
ing In h"iior l" tin- MiesShipniaii, who
1 will ! ih purling idiiiilh in finish their
ojmiriiiuK ill editcHlioi'iil cntiree in the Stale. Among
lluii' iuvued mi" Mr. nmi Mrs. . r. Mntr,
' Mi. miiiI .Mr. CKtunhell. Ml. and Mm,
Covet nor Jolm T. thikir wns n roturV ' ,.L(,k Mr ,) Mle ,,WxliiirH, Mr. mill
lug passenger on tin- Klnnii Ironi Mono. , M( . M(H.tlu.( Mr , Mis. K C, Kei -'"I"'
! iwily. Mr. mill M. Mason, Mr. mill Mr.
lirncst K. Ilnrliuin, who used to lie ' Limbert. Mr. mill Mrs. Metcalfe, Mr.
chemist nt Pcpcckco, is now visiting Hie Julet Klch.iriNon, Misses Kny. Kenton,
Webstcts. 1 Ivy nmi Until S'.icli.inlson, I.lllnoc nmi
On July 51I1 Fred S. I.iHc shotaslmrk I Harriet Hnpai, Louisa llapai, e.cncvieve
olT Napooim-i. Kona, nWsuritig over , Vennble, Florence Scdtt. I )oll!e Sunnier,
fifteen feet. Masons i, Cntinrin J, Stelln and Kiullie
Miss Anna Rose l.o .ni.l n vUlt to lier ' "J"1 , '"" KkHMi,
relative. In Honolulu ret.m.e.l l,y V1- , UIiai.I-on. .ii.tr.l. Hal, lug, ......burg,
iu-t.invVKiu.iti. 'S1?1! ; ,'"V' 1U"C ' R,i;,wn''
, 1 Nichols, Melkc, Hninl, Rohrig, Parsons,
Mr. Kelker or the llllo Rnilroid re- ,w Sml, ,, uidl.
turned 011 the Kiiinu from n tup through '
Main on business. , .. ..,
Mr. J. M. Smith of Ilonoinu is spend-j Pound Pair of' gold rluimid spect-
ingten divs in Honolulu looking nflcr ncles. Knqnirc at Tribune Office:.
important interests. Mr. Jack llergstront is now ill Hilo
Mr. John MacC.ilvcrv of Honohina is taking nt.lers for tuning of I'i.ino, organs
in present 111 i,ie iiosjiuiii "-iiiii-iiiiK """ cic. 1
Hiiitllack of typhoid. Lind Commissioner J.
Mrs. I,. Severance, who is undergoing bicn in town during the
treitiuent uith radium nl rminene, Maui, ' into land affairs,
is steadily improving. 1 j,,vyers Kinney, S. M.
Clllrii l.nlioi .nl Used 011 liotcTii
There was a meeting of the S'.uuig
Men's Republican Chilton Tuesday (veil
ing to look into lhc repotted infraction
of Act 37 of the last Legislature, which
provides that "no person shall be em
I plovcd as a mechanic or laborer upon
any public work, unless such person is n
iiii.o's siuuinit 111.SIHIT.
The Volcano House n Ptcnntiiit It t -(real
I'imiiii Hie llcnl of (tic Cll.
Uvcrjotte tliat spent the Fourth at the
Volcano is unstinting in their praise of
the management of the hotel, and the
good times they bad while there One
cannot find a 11101c magnificent view than
from the hotel verandas, ami one would
linc to go a long way to find a more c.x-
clll.ii ..rib.. tt.ilt.Ml Stales. nr..1l..t1.1r in ""crniiiiK nuo ..racing air man one en
become n clllwn" will, several provisos counters on their tramps ..bout the botch
as to when the s.,me cannot be obtained. ' """' ",,,' " ''"K " ie several
It was claimed that the contractors who ' P0,M,, of iiittfrest. There are enough
were building the Kukalau and Ookala , ,"i,,l', r h,lcrcsl ',,;,,,,l lhc lcnl cacrn
Road w ere employing Japanese labor, J. ' K " "ww.imu.u.. ..,r every .my,,,
stead of citleu labor, although there was
considerable of the latter nvaitablc. A
. the week,
Mr. St. Cl'itr Ilidgood
lias so changed
committee of Investigation consisting of ' "'.'"J?" nl .- Volcniio House that it is a
V. l'r.ttl has
lUltou and A.
M. V. Holmes of Honokiit, left in the , V. Carter were visitors ill
Alameda for the Coast, where he hopis week on legal business.
to recup. rate bis health. , Mjs Thoni of Hilo is being entertain
Miss Stella 1'olUr, who visited Hilo 'c.i by Miss Knglr of t'.ua, M mi, during I
during Hie Spring depirted from Honn-' her visit to the dusty Isle.
lulu on the Mongolio l..t.l week. ' .;. u. Stnckable, Collector of Customs j
Miss Kniilie S. IVck was the guest of
her sister, Mm J. K. Metcalfe at T.ipil. ' his mother at Howell, Michigan.
kou during the first of the wvek. , Mi,s nrrjel c.nu .nd Miss Alice
Miss Netta Kny remauis with the Ship- M "Cord, two of Hllo's bright educational
in .its for n week longer deputing witli lights are taking their summer vacation
'the Misses Shipmaii on the net Kittnu. in Honolulu.
Mr. ItcrlowiU ofPencock it Co. has l'lie Volcano House is vtill asnttractivc
been looking the business field over in as ever, says Dr. Orace, who spent last
I N. K. I.ymati, I. V.. Kay' and John
I Ilohnenherg were appointed asthe Hepre-
sentativis of the Club to look into the
inatter. A meeting was also held on
Wednesdaj alteruooii at Houokna by the
I citizens and a protest was sent in to the
(Superintendent of Public Works.
j l'red V. Kecklcy, Speaker of the last
j House of Representatives, is reported to
linve left the Home Rule Tarty. He will
not run for the next Legislature accord
ing to the Honolulu pipers.
Mrs. Shipmaii accompanied by her
daughters Misses. Clara, Carrie and
l'lorence, also by Miss Gertrude Kenton
and Miss Nclta Kay have been spending
the week at Shipmnn's mountain home.
Miss I'atiuic Greenfield of Hamakun,
Hilo and icinilMor the past several days.
Miss Ivy Richardson is a dcpatliug
passenger for Honolulu, where she gots
on business, returning by the Kiiinu.
C. I. Clement, formerly connected
with "Side Lights," is temporarily en
gaged to edit the "Maui News," Wniluku.
J. C. Mocine, niinager of the Hilo
Klectric Light Works, is taking n much
needed vacation on Maul and at Honolulu.
received news last week of the death of 'who formed such an important, adjunct
to Hilo society duringthepastlwo week",
leaves with the Davies of Honolulu 011
July 27th, fora years absence in Knglntid.
There will be no church services at
Houokna this Sunday. Rev. Mr. Hill's
wife arrives oil the Korea and Mr. Hill
will Ae ui.'.ble to conduct the services,
Oj; the 24th and 31st Mr. Hill will hold
comfort to be boused there. The era of
olden da) s. when hard bids, dirty floors ,
and n disagreeable table were the order of 1
the day, has passed. The guest when be
goes into his room finds a bouquet upon
his dresser, clean linen upon his bed,
crisp towels upon the rack, and cleanli
ness staring him from every s'.le and 1
making him blush at the dust he has
picked up on the road. Ilriltlc white
celery and fresh strnwberrles from the!
hotel gardens, arc among some of the
tunny delicacies served up to all alike.
In fact, there is no reason in the world
why Hilo's four hundred should travel to
Ith'e Coast for an outing, when right nl
I home there is a summer resort of tin
j equalled attractions, with good food and
j cheer that surpasses any report of equal
We supply Honolulu and Maui leagues
with all baseball supplies.. .Orders from
Hawaii will be given particular atten
tion and shipped by return steamer
Baseballs, Bats, Gloves, Alius, Masks, Uni-
1 forms, Protectors, League Rules and every
item in the baseball line.. .Never out of stock1
WOODS & SHELDON
91 KINC STREET - - HONOL 111 11
THE HNRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Si lid iy among the coldnesses of the
m uiiitain resoit.
Miss Clara and Miss Carrie Sliipmnu
return next week by way of Honolulu to
tlu Coast, where they will finish this
yc r at Mill's College.
Coinpiuy "D' Hawaiian National (
G urd will come in for a slice of the,
$7)00 recently appropriated for the
M liti.i for the Islands "
Mrs. l'omeroy and daughter Miss
Pomerov were guests during the
.loh n Willi, Hie Ma linger.
John Wntt, who has taken over the
managership of Olaa, came to Hawaii
from Scotland in 1877. He received his
first introduction to the nrt of cauc-rnis-iug
and plantation miuagemeiit at Waia
lua Plantation under the tutelage of C. C.
Kennedy. He was afterwards head lima
1 for four venn on I'aauhau Plantation and
Among the first decisions handed down fom that position was promoted to the (
bv the new Supreme Court, was one. sus-, '"K-'t"eiit of the Honokaa Plantation.
tabling Judge Little, ill the case of the j I)ur'" UlL' lc" ,lc wns """,
Territory vs. Jacintho A. de -Nobrign . of ok''!. -" l'lmitntiou grew from n ;
etal., for.stealing caltle from the Rickard f100.001 n f J.two.ooo concern and the
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.
il. L. Hnlstend of the Honolulu .Iiiimi
gration Office was an arrival 011 the Kin-1 Wl ek at the Volcano House, where
au looking into soiuejapanese matters in ixuh enjoyed a delightful onting
Hilo. 1 Mrs. J. Haig M,ickcti7ie and son from
Mr. K. W. rentier, manager of a big Kokala went to Honolulu for the Fourth
plantation ill lhc Piji Islands is in Hilo ofulyweek. Mrs. Mnckeiuie is n sister
looking into sugar interests in the Is- to the Misses Wight who spent the Ponrth
lauds. in Hilo
The Globe Clothing Store has closed J Nigel Jackson who has lived in Hilo
its Hilo branch, Mr. Rosenberg ami nt various singes of Ills life, wns arrested
family returning to Honolulu on the last in Honolulu the other day for assiultnnd
Kinau. I battery upon a woman and also upon an
K state in Hamnktia.
There was an earthquake shock on
Monday morning about 11:00 o'clock,
which was felt through out the City but
witli more severity in Piiueo. Tuesday
morning nbout 10 o'clock there was an
A fine display of the many nrticlcs
wanted in arid about the house, may be
seen nt the Pront Street Parlors. Mr.
Lockiugtoii has a new shipment of goods
just opened and is arranging his store to
display them to the best advantage.'
Mr. A. II. Jackson is confuted at the
Hospital with an attnek of Typhoid l'ever,
sugar output increased
lo.ooo tons per annum.
from 2,000 to
A. II. Clark, D.D.S., or Honolulu, will
open nn office ill Hilo nbout August 1st
for a few weeks' practice.
There will be an auction at Hamndns
Store tomorrow at lyo P. M. See nil.
L'ist A Ladies Wcltluim Watch be
tween Waianueiiue mid Pleasant streets.
Return to Tkiiujni'. Office.
A cable on Tuesday morning announced
the arrival of Commodore "Jack" Guar 1
Inasmuch as this maladv seems to I
Mr. K. N. Holmes in 11 new ad. in to-j Hawaiian,
daj's paper calls attention to several new Hr. J. 15. Ducrdcn of the University of
lines of goods on exhibition at his show Michigan, is on the isli mis investigating
rooms. j Hi coral formations of the group. He
T. R. Robinson, ntulitor for C. Iliewcr w H f pay Hilo a visit in the course of
& Co. arrived ncr Kinau to look after the his researches.
several interests of that film on the big
Miss Gertrude Reiilou returns to Ko-
hala this morning, nfter n very pleasant
Judge C. V. Parsons has called 1.
Special Term of the Circuit Court in
Hilo dining the month of August. This
will obviate the journey of litigants anil
stay among her ninny friends herein Hilo jit ors to Houokna.
and Olaa. A v.rv lilenST.lt luillst. lmrlv u.is irivpn
Mrs, W. A. Fetter and Mrs. Green of ( hj the Misses Hapat al their mountain.
Hilo were passengers in the Mongolia . home nt 13 miles, olaa, Tuesday. Among 1
Saturday for the mainland, where they
go for tlie summer.
Geo. P. Duueker, who left the Islands
several months ago for the Coist, is hick
again in Honolulu in Hie employ of L. 1
M. Whitehouse, contractor.
Commissions have been issued to Alex. 1
Lindsay, Jr., as District Magistrate of
Honolulu, and to William T. Rawlins
as second District Magistrate of Hono
lulu. Miss Francis Williamson and Miss
Fanny Moir are now visiting Mrs. Mac-
Lcuiiai! of Papaaloa. They will spend j
next week witli the Forbes of Kiikui
hiiele. - '
Kobala histrionic talent will hold sway
011 the 27th at the Kohala Club. Two'
short plajs will be given by the local
talent, wh.ch promise to be highly inter
Dr. Wachs leaves 011 the August Enter-
prise for a two mouths trip through the
tin1 guests were Mrs. W. II. Smith, Miss
Louisa Hapai, Miss Esther Lyman, Miss
1 Mocine Miss Genevieve Veuable, Miss
Summer, Miss Ruth Richardson, Miss
Loui'ii Hnpni, Misses l'lorence and Mar
I I want to rent inv Puueo residence
1 Allan Wall.
Wall, Nichols Co. will give jon new
Victor Records for old ones. " 1t27-tf
If von gonway for the summer, sub
scilbe for the Tit 1 hunk and get the home
I news, f 2.50 per year.
Ladies, don't worry about how you nre
I to make your dress, but step in and con
sult the "pattern lady" nt Moses & Ray
'moiid's. Lo.sr Silver watch of foreign manu
facture on or near School street, Hilo.
Five i)ollar.s reward will be piid the
finder'upon delivery to the police head-
Si'.mmi'.r Complaint is the children's
most dangerous enemy and the mother's
quite prevalent, nil should be careful
nbout the water they drink nud the con
dition of their several places of abode.
Houokna is preparing for a Grand Con
cert a week from tomorrow night nt the
Lyceum Hull. Local talent in the form
of instrumental and vocal music and re
citations both witty and sentimental, will
form the principal features of the programme.
I There was a very heavy blast nt the
I rock crusher 011 Monday, some stones as
large as One's fist being blown clear
over from the river to the Court House
grounds, burying themselves in the lawn.
If some pisserby had chanced to have I
)(, 1 of the American Hawaiian Steamship Co
fleet nt Pliilailelphia. Commodore "Jack"
reports that the Horn is still in the Ant
artic Ocean nud blowing as lively a tune
as 1 vcr.
The stone crusher belonging to the
Government is quietly nnd docilely slum
bering near the Reservoir site 0.1 the
Knumniia road. If the government can-
States. During bis absence, Dr A. H. I most dreaded foe. Immediate and proper
Clark of Honolulu will have charge of
Mr. W. C. Cook is feeling much better
and looking like himself dining the last
few days. He is still at the hospital but
his friends hope to see him 011 the streets
in n few ilajs.
Woods & Sheldon, 91 King St. supply
Honolulu and Maui leagues with all base
ball (.implies. Orders from Haw-ail will
be given special attention nud shipped
by return steamer.
Mrs. W. II. Ileers has been visiting
relatives of Mr. Ileers nt Wnikapu, Mau.
Mr. Ileers received news of his wife being
ill by the Kiiinu and leaves this morning
to bring her home.
The S. S. "Ariouau" carried 71711 tons
of sugar from Honolulu, 1190 tons from
Kahultii nnd 2854 tons from Hilo, mak
ing a total of about lUl.ltoiH of sugar of
about the value of f St 1,000.
Carl Kaiser, who his represented the
firm ofllymaii Brothers on the Island of
Hawaii during the past few jears, has
resigned and leaves for the const aliei
twenty-one years' service with the above
linn. He will locale permanently in
New York. f
treatment is always necessary. Chamber
lain's Colic Cholera nud Diarrhoea Re
untly, given according to directions, is
tin- most effectual reined) known. For
sale bv Hilo Drug Co,
THE OLD RELIABLE
been hit, some serious injury would hav
Mr. & Mrs. A. 11. Merrill will remain
nt the Volcano House during the remain
der of their honeymoon, air. Merrill is
well known among our Mission workers,
as being in charge at Mr. Damon's Chi- I
uesc Mission in Honolulu. Mrs. Merrill
(nee Mis. Watcrhouse) was a Miss Dickcv I
of Maui. ' j
Al a business meeting of the Honolulu
Chess Club at their rooms, C. M. White
and Dr. Sinclair were appointed to find
out if it is possible 10 play matches with I
Hilo by wireless telegraphy. The Hilo
: Club have taken up the Offer nnd there
jvvill prolnbly be au exchange of moves
j It is rumored in Honolulu that Mr. 1
McStocker will return to Honolulu and
will probably be selected to represent the
I Sugar Planters Association and Mer- j
, chants' Association asthcirrepreseutative ,
I to Washington, D. C. to succeed Win.
I Haywood. Mr. Haywood hns just re
turned to Honolulu.
The United Stntes Revenue Cutter
1 "Thetis" left Honolulu on July 3rd for
Dutch Harbor, Aleutian
j not sec their way clear to utilise it on the
I Hilo streets, they had much rather spend
! a little paint nnd preserve it for the next
generation to use, when the Territory is
in funds, and needed street improve
ments will be under way.
Hon. S. M. Damon of Ilisbop & Co..
made his first visit to Hilo within a
,e I period of about Fight years. He says
niai uie :iy nas cnauge.l so completely
tint heiuuild hardly recognise the little
hamlet that lie lias carried in his mind all
these years. The town that used to be,
is n City that is. Waianueiiue Street he
siid was a great surprise to him. Things 1
Wc Imvc'ju.st received an
India Linen '
Lace Stripes and
Fine Em broideries uiul
- LaceS suitable for trimming
We are headquarters for
ami Panama Hats
L. Turner Co.
THERE ISM SUBSTITUTE
in Olaa were shaping themselves to the,
satisfaction of all.
The Tropic il Fruit Growing Company I
at Wai ikea seem to be keeping their !
factory going, as is evidenced by tile
shipment they made around the Horn on '
the S. S. Aruouan. They shipped 2
barrels of Mango Chutney, 3 barrels of'
Guava Jelly, 1 barrel of Papaia pickle, 1 '
barrel ofGuav.i Syrup, 184 Doeu jars of
Guava jelly, 6 dozen jars of Papaia pickle,
7 lt.7"jti jars of pineapple pickle and 60
gallons of Guava Jelly in tins, making a j
shipment of about $1500. N J
The Chess Club will hold it's weekly '
meeting tomorrow night nt the home of
Mr. nnd Mrs. G. II. Ge.e. The two cor
respondence games with Hie' Honolulu
Chess Club nre now Hearing an interest
ing point, and nt this meeting the pro
posal of the Honolulu Club to continue
the names bv wireless, otic mm. i.finl.
uaroor, Aleutian group, alter ,iv. will !. .1lsi....,,i m. i'i,..mlni.
Ilutlll'll tllH l'OLC.1 tl ill ttvnn.wl t. t..1 ...
1 """ - '-"", ""' .""sss.i l.. ii.isi..lll cock ls nre 1)1 ofn ell.T Crn,.. A li"
1 ports. The tny of the Thetis in Hawaii- cjoolcy, Sectv. Hono. Chess Club, stating
an waters has been a pleasant one, the 'that nrraiiL-emeiits rn.,1,1 I... mn.lr. ,.!.!,
nnirtr4 ntMiiir V(rv nni.n rit i ttrtt-tt,...
tllev chanced to blow nt.
The following made up one of Mr.
' Trent's excursion parties for Volcano of
jKilauea: Miss Reniildn Tiscornin, Mrs.
ill. I... Hudson, Miss Jennie Gnribnl.lt,
Miss Knthryiie Garibaldi, Miss Stella
pitrick, Dr. Harris Kennedy, Mrs. Har- . 7
ns Kennedy. 1 "eiuugnig m uie r.suue 01 v. Ilamaila,
1 "No more politics for this rooster,"
is Hie way Senator Palmer Woods ex-1
(presses, in a letter to Col. C. J. McCarthy, 1
I his intention to retire permanently from
the political arena and devote his euer-
1 gies exclusively to ranching 011 the Ilig !
Island. He has withdrawn from the I
National Democratic Committeeship to 11 inkruptcy of V. Ilaniaila, n llankrupt.
I which lie wns appointed nt St. J.ouls. I t). A. STF.VFN, AncHimcv
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
8. S. ENTERPRISE
Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
the Wireless Company,
IH'LL STOCK OF
, Helotiging to the h.stute of V.
lliiikrupt, to be sold on
SATURDAY. JULY 16. 1904
At I. ,v P. M., nt
lly order of A. Ilumburg, Trustee
a - C
The Old Reliable Stnml is
Karon, honed, Scissors nnd nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
A vcrj refined and .sljlisli shoe for dress
occasions, parties and balls.
ECONOMIC SHOE GO., HILO
NdTiOi Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vess-ds of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for nnv debts con
traded by the crew. R. j CHIARD,
Hilo, April 16, looi, j.
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