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THE WBKKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY
New trmotinjH I,. Turner Co., I.til.
Whitman's Ctttub I.. Turner Co., Lid.
Mcii'n necktltH, fmir-liiOwiiil 1.. Ttu
ncr Co.. Itttl.
l'maina Huts nml "Monarch Shlrls'V
t.i TuriKT Co., I.til.
Tin- AIUm Onard are home from lliuir
school lor mention.
Mls 11. 1'. Conn ii Imrk from n hort
v.ir.-ilio.i in tlonoltilu.
Ucv. C. V. Hill nml family will occupy
the Allen Wall house In I'uiieo.
Miss It irtmril of I.ntip lhoehoe is a unci
ofAlrs. O. A. Steuyi on Church Street.
Miss McLean of Honolulu has lieen
upending the past week in Hilo.
Miss M. H. Forbes of Honolulu Is
visiting the Lynians on Wniauucnuc
Miss Florence Scoti will he the guest
of Miss Sccraure in I'uiieo for n fiw
Dr. Archer Irwin hns heen suffering
fiom nu ulUich of itcurulgi i during the
Ulit-i Dollie K. Sunnier has been the
guest during the past week of Mrs Wm.
McKay in I'uiieo.
N'ormil Inspector Chas Ihldwtii left
mi the Mongolian for the Slates upon nu
Judge II. S. Uicknnl of Iutpahoehoe
wis n visitor in Hilo (hiring Monday ami
Ttiesilay of this week.
Mrs Hoss of Ilakahm Ins hail her two
sisters, the .Misses Lei.sltinau visiting her
during the past few weeks.
Miss Anna Lucas ami Raymond Lucas
leave tomorrow morning on the Roderick
Dim to enter school on the coast.
Hosnier Forester, who has been the guest
ol Mr. and Mrs. John A. Scott nt Waiuaku
Lawns, leaves today for Honolulu.
Mr. liny l'cterson, of Tacotna, Wash.,
Is visiting his f ither Olaf Peterson, the
liatiaua planter, at twelve miles, Olaa.
Kxainliintiou of teachers for primary
grade certificates will he held at the high
school nt Honolulu, on August 25th nml
Mr. r. rirtighell has been recomtucdiied
by the Hoard of Trade for the position of
Land Appraiser for this District, vice Mr.
Dr. L. S. Thompson, of Xaalcliu, Knu,
who has just returned from a tour of the
world is the guest of W. O. Walker at
Kvangelinede Silva and wile just re
turned from a four mouths absence on n
visit to their old home in S.ni Miguel,
Mrs. Rout Forrest of Kailua Koua, who
has been the guest of the Shipiuans
returned the first ol she week by way of
The Roderick Dim brought down the fol
lowing passengers:- Mrs. R. T. Guard and
two daughters, and masteis Alviu and
Senator l'altner I. Woods and J. Frank
Woods arrived by the Kinnti Wcduesdsy
from Kohaln and will remain ocr till
Miss Kuuua W. Ward, sister of Mr. W.
S. Ward, store keeper at Keaau, arrived
by Amy Turner for 11 visit with her
relntic here. '
l'lans for Hilo's sewerage system are
complete, and advertisement appears in
this issue calling for bids to construct and
lay the mains.
Fred C. Smith, general ticket mid pas
senger agent of the O. R. & L. Co., Hi
uolulii, is the guest of Mr. and .Mrs. W.
II. Lambert, Wniakea.
The Hilo Tenuis Club at a special meet
ing, held Wednesday night, determined
to hold the island championship tourna
ments in July of each enr.
In 1111 ad in another column, Mrs. Mc
Stocker offers for sale her dairy ap
pliances, together with a full blooded Jer
sey bull and n heard of cows.
Mrs W. T. Balding gave an afternoon
to the Misses Shipmnu and Misses Guard,
and there were present Miss Gertrude
Kenton and Miss Netta Kay.
Collector Stackable of Honolulu has
been officially notified of the appoint
niaiit of Florciilin Soua as resident con
sul of the republic of Panama.
Miss Gertrude Kenton mid Miss Netta
Kay are departing passengers on the Ki
nan today, having spent the past two
weeks as guests of thcShinmaus.
Mrs R. T. Guard and daughters, Misses
Stephanie mid Ruth, returned 011 the
Roderick Dim from the Coast. Mrs Guard '
seemed much improved from her trip.
Claude Ilidgood has resigned his posi
tion with the Volcano Stables and leaves ,
this morning with his wife for the coast,
where he expects to embark in the silver 1
F. S. Munsell, cashier of the New York I
Life Insurance Co. for the Territory, ar- I
rived by the Kiuau to relieve A. II.
Jackson, the local agent who is suffering I
from typhoid fever at the hospital, ' I
Herman Ludloff, proprietor of the
Hilo Ilakery, in conjunction with his
brother, A. LiidtiifT, contemplate opening
up a first-class tesiauraut on the second 1
floor of their establishment. on or about
August 1st. I
Mrs. C. W. Hill and seven year old
daughter Margiret returned 011 Wednes 1
day from 11 four year's abeuce in Cali- ,
f'uiiia. .Miss 1'lnreiice Hill mu her'
mother ami sister in Honolulu and ac l
ftompaiiicd them to Hilo, I
mums or ito.utiior thaih:.
lo Stipt. (i
Public oiks One County
Cnr Island of llininll.
The lltio Cotillion Club meets tonight An r.iicitgmiiMil.
at SpuckeN' iiall. ' Announcement ts made of the engage- -
Mr.W l'erinnde whs a reluming pis- mctil of Miss Jean OeuWr, ilaughter of I Ili'i'iMiimcnd 11 Jail MIc
Rsiuger on thu Kiuau. j Mrs. David Center of Honolulu, and J i Public faorks One
A wry choice line of trouserings has M. .Smith, the popular engineer of Hono-
just been received at I.. Turner Co. Ltd. "'" ll'iiilatloii. Miss Center is nn nllrnc
. H. Richards u.ak.s a hurried busl- . vc ","ll "ccnii1Mil society belle of
IICM trill bv this Khiiitl to Honolulu. ..""""'""'. " "" weiiiue iiciimmieii
turning on Wednesday
Miss Julia and Miss Ldii' McSlocker
go lo Honolulu today and will be joined
s mrtly by their father mid mother.
Ilids are called for by advertisement in
this issue for constructing road from
M ihukona to Puuhiic, North Koknla.
Propotals arc called for in another
column for the construction of n three
room school hotiseal Kouwaeua, Koua,
.Mrs. C, S. Ilolloway, Mrs.C. L. Wight
and Mis Margaret Walker nre visiting
Senator and Mrs. John llrown nt Reed's
Dr. H. II. James, representing 1'. W.
Puller nml Co., paint manufacturers,
is in the city looking after the interests
of his firm.
Uarncst Parker, Jennings Parker and
Mooheau lleckley, nrrived nt Waimea on
Wednesihy mid will spend several weeks'
vacation at Maun.
The IHrk Roderick Dim of the Matson
Line leaves tomorrow morning nt 9:00
o'clock, with n large pnsscngcr list and
'1. 195 bags of sugar.
Honolulu, mid first became
with Mr. Smith nt Spreekclsville.'Mnul,
where Miss Center's father was head
overseer. The early friendship ripened
into n more tender affection, with the re
sult in the nbove announcement' The
wedding will tnke plnce soon yfter the
first of ihe yenr.
K I mt it Departures.
Mr. J. Pnlrlie, Miss J. Pnirlic, Miss
Josephine ll.irnard, Miss U. W. Ward,
......... . ' ""Kl,,u" 'matter of
hcv.iv.w, vcs;ercu,rtir. usoorne, .llss
Ncltn Kny, R. S. Hosnier. P. Withrock,
Mrs. Reitihnrilt, Mrs. Geo. Copp, John
Lino, II, Geuaca, Miss Copp ami maid,
Miss Margntel Scott, Mrs. J. A. Scott,
Mr. Alviu Scott is now touring through
Kurope in company with several of this
class mates at college, nml under the
clmpcrouge of a College Professor.
From last reports he wns in Italy.
Col. C. A. Stobie received news from
his wife iLni she would be returning 011
the ljuterprise leaving San Francisco
In another column appears a notice c f ( tomorrow. She hns spent most of her
an auction sale of the leasehold of two j time among relatives in Toronto, Canada.
vaiuaDiciisnpomisai wmanea iieiougtng Miss F.llen Lvman, Miss Kslhcr
to the llishop estate
Attention is called lo the excellent con
dition of the First Hank of Hilo, LW. ns
shown by their published statement of
condition in th s issue.
Mr. nml iMr. W. H. Hcers mid child rc
turnid Wednesdny from Wniknpu, Maui,
where Mrs. Ilecrs was tnken ill and com
pelled to return home. She feels some
wh it better.
The Ho ird of Trade rooms nre open to
the Public, with rending mid writing
conveniences nt the disposnl of visitors.
Files of the latest papers nre there mid
everyone is welcome.
F. W. Thrum arrived by the Kiuau to
nccept a position as inspector in the Pub
lie Works Department under Road ljngi
ncer Gere. His family will shortly join
him mid reside in Hilo.
K. D. Haldwin returned on Wednesday
from Honolulu, where he made n four
we k's stay. Mrs. Haldwin expects to
remain in Honolulu several weeks longer
visiting friends and relatives.
The stock and fixtures of Ah Kcc a
Chinese merchant, at Wnialea, near Ha
kalau, will be sold at public auction, lo
morrow by Auctioneer Ray under execu
tion of Thep II. Da vies iS: Co.
The Chess Club meets tomorrow night
at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Hayes.
Gre it interest is being displayed in the
two games now being played by wireless
with the Honolulu Chess Club.
A splendid opportunity will be afford
ed art counoiscurs to buy etchings, en
gravings, paintings, pallettcs and stat
uary at the sale next Tuesday in Haldwin
Block, begining at 1:30 o'clock.
Dr. C. It, Cooper returned Monday
from the National Madieal Congress held
Pomeroy mid Mrs. Weslervelt have been
touring through the Hainakua and
Waimea District during the past week.
They visited Waipio Vallny in their
Mr. I. 15. Ray has nn advertisement in
tills issue, wherein he calls the attention
of the Public to the proposed sale of the
Rockey Lot on Waieiiuenue Street. This
lot is just uiaiika of Col. Stobie's Lot mid
is an excellent dwellihgsite
II. Glass, for some lime bookkeeper for
Paauhati plantation on Hawaii will have
charge of that estate during the nbsence
of Manager Gibb. Mr. and Mrs. Gibb
left in the Sonoma for n trip through the
States mid n visit to their old in Scot
land. A very enjoyable card party wa9 given
by Mr. and Mrs. Richley in honor of the
Misses Shipmau last Friday evening
nt their beautiful home at Reed's Island.
Miss Clara Rogers and Mr. Geo. N. Day
won the ladies and gentlemeiis first
The Scotts have returned from their
seaside residence, where they lme spent
most of the summer. Airs, Scott nccom
pained by Miss Margaret Scott leaves this
morning for California. Mr. Scott mid his
sou Irwin will leave on the next Muter
prise for the coast.
The Acting-Governor has cabled Gov
ernor Carter, in response to the lnttcr's
inquiry by wire, that there is nothing
doing here of sufficient importance to
compel his immediate return. Carter
will return about August 15. He is at
present in Rochester, N. Y.
Mr. Oke Keech of the Honolulu Iron
Works has his two sous Alviu and Kelvin
with him, they having arrived by the
in Washington, much gratified with the ' Roderick Dim. They lme been attend
recention accorded himself and with ns. . '"K school at the Coast and will go to
su ranees that the medical fraternity
throughout the United States will prevail
upon Congress to provide for carryiug on
suitiblc experiments in the study of
leprosy nt Molokai,
my Puueo residence
I walit to rent
Wall, Nichols Co. will give
Victor Records for old ones.
If jou go away for the .summer, sub
scribe for the Tkiiiunk and get the home
news. $2.50 per year.
If your sewing machine is running
hard, dropping stitches, or otherwise be
hawng badly, just call up Phone 178.
Ladies, don't worry about how you are
to make your dress, but step in and con
sult the "pattern lady" at Moses & Ray
mouil's. Lost Silver walch of foreign manu
facture on or near School street, Hilo.
Five dollars reward will be paid the.
finder upon delivery to the police head
quarters. SiJMMi'.u Comii.aint is the children's
most dangerous enemy mid the mother's
most dreaded foe. Immediate mid proper
treatment is always necessary. Chamber
Iain's Colic Cholera mid Diarrhoea Re
medy, given according lo directions, is
thetuosleffectti.il remedy known. For
sale by Hilo Drug Co,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Pituahou College, after spending their
summer vacation witn their father in
A call appears in this issue for pri
in iries to be held in the various precincts
throughout the district on August 6th, 10
elect delegates to the territorial conven
tion mid to a district convention to be
held at Firemans Hail, Hilo, August 12th.
The precinct clubs meet tonight to make
Tfie following passengers are book id
for the bark Roderick Dim, sailing to
morrow morning; Miss F.lvir.i ICuhr,
Mrs. C. McLennan, Mrs. K. A. Von
Arnswaldt, and child, R. N. Dunlap,
Wm. Orbell, Miss Anna Lucas, Raymond
Lucas, Joe Salvador, wife mid child, and
50 Japanese steerage.
Miss Viola Wight, who has been the
energetic superintendent of the Waiakea
Settlement work, leaves by the Roderick
Dim tomorrow for her old home And
over, Ohio. Miss Wight has not been
home for four years and, while she has
made no definite plans for the future, is
anxious to return to Hie islands' nt the
end of a period of much needed rest.
II. Kendall, the Hilo contractor, has
.won His injunction suit ngaiiist the
, Superintendent of Public Works
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; i.ue.is unii. co-iieieuiiaius, enjoining
I them from entering into a contract to
construct a school building and two
dormitories at Lahaiualiiua. Maui, the
ground of injunction being tint after nil
vertiseinent a change was made in the
I specifications without new advertise-tuetil,
The Hilo Hoard of Trade have rcconi
mended to Henry K. Cooper of the
County Commission that there be one
county for the Maud of Hawaii, giving
lun detailed statement the ndvnntnges
that would result from there being but
Mr. F. Hrughclli was selected ns a
suitable person for the position of Ap
prnlscr for the Land Office for this Dis
trict. A letter recommending his ap
pointment wns sent Laud Commissioner
The Hoiril have nlso taken up the
n site for the Hilo tail. A
number of places have been spoken of.
One place now owned by the Govern
ment, having been released by the Wnia
kea Mill Co., is located on the road lend
ing to the garbage grounds near the pest
house, containing about ten acres of fine
quarry material. It is away front uny
desirable resident sections cither present
or prospective. The Hoard of Trade have
recommended n lot on the Kaumain
rond. Their letter is ns follows:
Hilo, Hawaii, July 15th, 1904.
C. S. Ilolloway lisq.,
Superintendent Public Works,
Dkar Slit: When you were last in
Hilo yon requested our Hoard to recoin
mend to you a Jail site for Hilo.
We have examined several suggested
sites and after careful consideration we
respectfully recommend that portion of
the Piihomia land situate about of a
mile from the Hilo Court House mid
containing an area of approximately 13
acres. This land is held by Mr. John
T. Haker under n lease from the Govern
We have interviewed Mr. Haker In
order to ascertain the lowest figure nt
which he would release the nbove de
scribed lots, but we were unable to tet
any definite statement from him in time
to communicate to you per this mail.
He hns however promised to give us nn
answer on Tuesday next 19th instant,
mid we shall thus be enabled to report to
you on this point per mail leaving here
011 Friday next the 22nd instnnt.
We strongly recommend that the Hilo
Jail be located at a practically inexhaust
ible quarry of the right kind of rock for
Road material such as this land contaius.so
that the prisoners may be worked to the
best advantage for the public good, and
not be made to spend a considerable
portion of their time walking through
the streets of the town on their way to
Trusting thot our recommendations
will have your approval, and assuring
on of our willingness to render any as
sistauce that your department may re
quire 011 local matters.
We nre very respectfully yours,
HOARD OF TRADE OF HILO.
Hy K. N. HOLMKS,
Hy II. VICARS,
On Saturday, July 23, 1904, nt Waialea,
near Hakalatt, I will sell at public auc
tion the entire stock of merchandise, fur
niture and fixtures of Alt Kee, merchant,
now in his store nt the above place. Sale
begins at 10 o'clock a. m.
I. V.. RAY, Auctioneer.
A fine collection of art pictures and
bric-a-brac, consisting of etchings, paint,
ings, palellcs, engravings, busts and stat
uettes, belonging to the estate of King
Hros., Honolulu, will be sold at public
miction on luesdny, July 26, 1904. be
ginning at 1:30 o'clock, at my salesrooms
In the Haldwin Block, Hilo.
Valued at nbout $1,000.
I. I?. RAY, Auctioneer.
TRENT & CO:
AGENTS AND BROKERS
o,..?.'"; ! ON SATURDAY, AUG. 6, 19D4
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
At 2 o'clock p. in., there will be sold nt
! public auction at
ITHE OFFICE OF I. E. RAY
( The Leaseholds of the two
! KNOWN AS
will not be responsible for any debts she
may contract in iny name.
38-4 JNO. II. SHVILLF..
We supply Honolulu and lMuui leagues
with all baseball supplies.. .Orders from
Hawaii will be given particular atten
tion and shipped by return steamer
baseballs, Bats, Gloves, Mitts, Masks, Uni
forms, Protectors, League Rules and every
item in the baseball linc.Nevcr out of stock
WOODS & SHELDON
yi KING STREET. - HONni III II
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THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE,STOGKS 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.
I New Laces and Embroideries
Edgings, Insertions, AltOvers
White Dress Goods
Lawns, Piques, Batistes, Etc.
Woolen Shirtings (Light weight) j
L. Turner Co.
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
8 S. ENTERPRISE
S in Francisco.
July G, '04
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R. T. GUARD, Agent.
1 Mrs. Frank II. McSlocker lias left her
I dairy outfit with Mr. W. S. Wnril at
I Keaau for sale. There is, beside a fine
assortment of dairy appliances, a full
' blooded jersey bull and u herd of cowh.
15 years from Ail-
Formerly included in the lease to the
Waiakea Mill Co. ami commonly known
as the Waiakea Fish I'ouds.
Upset price for each leasehold, $50 per
iuiiiiiiii, 111:1 uouve an ies,
I rill 01 lease to he
Klist 1, roo.
E: E. RICHARDS,
38-3 AK'etit llishop Ivstate.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk. Suhscrlp
lion f 2.50 per year.
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A very refined and stylish shoe for dress1
occasions, parlies and balls.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., HILO
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all cd);etl
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac- '
Notich Neither the .Masters 1101
A'enl of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for nitv debts eon
iraeted by the crew. U. r. OUAKH
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