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THft WKKtaV HII.O TttlittJNK, im.Q, .HAWAII, l'RIDAV, JULY 20, 190.,.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
KKiitM'iMi i,.t i:sr.s
(ii'iit'hil Cut lii Salaries mnl IVi'it
I'mliT the advice of Fred C. Smlili, ii
general policy of retreiiflinieiit
Mrs. Mnrv Allan gc I" I IiiiidI utti Ni-u pt tnl cmU. V 01, Nichols Co
to-d.iv on buincs j ,.;. V Uielin.iNrrl.iriu.l Iron, II..110I11I11 I W1I ,niu.Mimw l,y ll.c Hit..
ms. 1.. .-.. iiiicncni-K nun iiHiixiiit'r mm u i
have gone lo "Wuiliilil." J. utiles, Olaa. Mi .,,, , y(,n,, ,, ,. j,,,,.,, r M
Mrs. C. N. Arnolil mnl daughter Hie' A. Kb linrd"ii.
leMding in tlu- Coiivci rnttiifjcmi I'lennt )u.v. c w lHltnd daughter Florence,
9lrt'1,1 iin in Honokia.
The S. S. Holeltc brought the Alameda nit. A. Monefaglinls viMtinu'lit-rsMer.
Mis. C. 1
I'lrolillliir i:il. or llllo I'nuiiil Him.
self Among r'lli'iidi In Honolulu.
Honolulu JUks linvi not forgotten tlu
reception they received nt the hands on
tlii'ir Hilo hrelherii, when the local lodge
mail, 39. lings, instead of the Miinl, unity
A II. Jackson U able to be
ulioiit somewhat nil icintod hut
usual glad smile.
Mrs. N. C. Willfong mnl children re
luriird Wednesday fioin 11 work's slay at
' the Volcano house.
Mrs. Joseph Xnvvnhi, nci'uiMiucil hv
Mrs. Albeit K. Xnuulii, leave this
morning for Honolulu.
Mrs. II 1'. .Sclioon ami children il
lumed from WailiiliijOlia, Sundnv, after
several week's vacation.
The genial countenance of J. K. Dillon
of Pcpeekeo was seen on the streets tin
ting lite early part of the week.
(Ico. I.ycnrgtts, proiirietorof the Union
drill, Honolulu, arrived on Wednesday.
He returur today with Mrs. Lvcuigti's.
Miss Josephine Dcvo, Rev. Curtis mid
Mrs. Shields are stopping at tin I.yman
iiiouulaiu residiuce, 39 inilcs, Volcano
Onlf is the fad in Honolulu, nud I
splendid golf links have just heen com-,
pleted in Miiiio.i Valley mid at Hulciwa I
This evening Mrs. IMvv. Madden of
l'aauilo g ves a dancing puty at hei I
hotiie. Several of the local society folk
will attend. I
The llaselull score on last Sunday 1
afternoon stood ten to four in holh games, .
Ileauiersvs. Union Spec! lis and I'ono
hauiiii vs. Kaiuhow Falls. ,
V. Ross Campbell, who left here scv- i
eral montiis ago for bliaugli.'d lias re
turned from that eastern country and is
now located in Sin Francisco.
Senator Palmer 1. Woods and J. Frank
Woods, who have heen attaining the
higher decrees of Masonry, return 'this
moraine; l the Kinau for Koh.ila.
Jos. Pritehard, of Ilouokaa, makes his Nt.s.t.r,inv
lirst visit 111 eleven years to Honolulu,
this week, to he piescnt at the dedication
of the new Odd Fellows Hall on Julv 30th.
Kohala democrats will hold a big rally
tomorrow night, nt which V. A. Kinney,
A. A. Wilder, John Richardson of La
haiun nud r.ilmci Woods will j;ive ml
Dr. M. Wnchs, leaves hy the Ivnterprise,
August 9th, for an extended vacation on
the mainland. His practice will be
looked after hy Dr. A. II. Clark, during
The rainfdl at Ilonokai during the
uiontli of July was 10. 3$ inches,
A daughter wan horn to Mts, p'red
llftlry.nt Oiiotuea. on Siiiidav July 17th.
Tin- Chess Chili incuts tomorrow ui lit
at the residence of .Mr. and Mrs. Marsh.
J. II. Morajjur is surveying in (Una fur
the extension of Peck Road to Sijualler
vllle. Clms. Siemseii and lainih are occupy-
iilK the Tom Cook premises on Wai-
Mrs. I,. A. Deyo ami Miss I.ouisc Deyo
arc quests ofthrSrverauces at "Sekounet"
on the 11111.1 coist.
The S. S. Knterprise which is epected
to arrive on Momlav inoriiiiiL' will hrinc
11 wrek's later mail.
Mrs. Carl ll.tdd.iky was n rcuirnine;
Kinau jusvetKer nfter several wicks'
nb-eiice in Honolulu.
J 1I111 Riley, the head machinist o( the
Vo cano Staliles, lelt on the last Kinau
for Honolulu, en route to the coast.
Tluw. I. Cook, who is now road In-
sprctor of the Olaa Road Hoard is resid
ing with his- family nt 13 miles, Ohm.
The regular incetiiii: of the Hoard of
I Trade will take place touirdit at I'ire
man's Hall. All mouthers nre retpiested
1 Sim ('.. Wilder, wife and family of
I Honolulu airived Wednesday afternoon
'nud went immediately to the Volcano
I lxit.se on the afternoon train.
j Mrs. S. C. Holloway ami Miss Mar-
1 Kaiel Walker were the guests of honor
lain litau given Inst Sunday hy. Miss Anna
I Rose nt her Reed's Hay place.
j Judge and Mrs. O. W. A. Hnp.il,
I .issisu-ri hy their daughters, gave n typi-
I cal Chinese luncheon at their Olan rcsi-
1le1.ee, in honor of Mrs. S. C. Hol1nw.iv.
' - -..- 'i.iiviii, .1 111-11 mi' Mil 111 iimio
which coiilciuplnlesii rciluctlon in iliries ' was Installed here Mnrcli Kith, iixji No
...a 1". 1.. .1 .1 . 1 . ' . v
and force in the operating, construction
and freight depirtuieiits. This is found
.nrcr.ssnry 011 account of the large piyroll
carried hy the couipmiy without any in
creased business in the various depart
ments named. While the shops will not
Ik; closed, they will he run with a re
duced force of employers. The l'tiui
train will be changed on the first of Au
gust from 11 il illy service to three times 11
week lite nllice at Kopoho will hr run
b. the Pahoi agent, in coiiliiucliou with
the I liter stiiiuu, p'erud.ilo will be nli.ui
duned for Ihr present, and It is prohible
the crew ol lite cane train will be laid oil.
A number of other chnuuos will llkelv
i.iKo pmce, as me exigencies ol tlte ser-
1 opportunity n.is lieen given the parent
Ioilge toptoprtly reciprocate the good ,
I time which many or the Honolulu herd I
I enjoyed then, unlit tile unexpected 1
arrival of "Dick" Richards in their uiidsl '
Inst Saturday. V, It. Richards Is the po-'
j pill ir I'.xnltod Ruler of Hilo Lodge No. I
j 75V. 'On' some of the leading spititsundrr '
the guidance c f Dr C. II Cooper and 1
I'rauk K. Thompson, took advantage of
! "Dick's" pieseucc ill Honolulu to enter
tnin him as befitted the ctycfKlkofllilo's
lodge. Hospitnlilj uiiil good fellowship
among Klksisprovcibinl .and ingratitude
Is not found in tlu. category of traits in
Klkdoui so fnr hs Honolulu lodge is con-
cerned. Owing to the shortncRs of bis
I R jS
Wi'.suprh Ilonoluhrand Matii lwij;ucs
with all baseball siiplic.s...()i(li,'is from
Hawaii will ho given particular nttcii-,
lion and shipped by return steamer
Haseballs, Huts, Cloves, Mitts, Masks, Tni
r. ni... .... t ...
.w,i,,n, 1 iuteeiors, League Kules and every
item in the baseball linc.Never out of stock
WOODS &, SHELDON
KING STREET, - - HONOLULU
vice demand. The nronoseil cuttini ol stay mwl tin-lnnr.. 1. .. ..r .1...
, . . - - o " 1 -J -- .... i'.. ....(. 1.11111m tin 111 mi;
saluiesresullsin the loss of Mime v.ilu- inffiiir, only nboul twenty e choice
zAi ass ;rtr.,rt,?riv;?'T! w?,ch
ist.nswellnsCar-bullderJohii McTaggart. was tL""(,,,ml 'malted Ruler Richardsat
Ixitli of whom are skilled workmen, but d'e Voting Hotel Monday evening. The
whose mi vices In the general reduction of I grill room and haiiiiuet table wcie
pe!;sr,tih.iSM,r?,S,,1ea'vei0neS H"" T' V " "'k
week for Honolulu nnd will either re Colors al"1 Alllcr,-,;" '. I'rauk I J.
main there or return to his former em-1 Thompson acted as loastniaster mnl hi
ploymenl 011 Ihocoast. lii Iniiuitnble wny drew from each of
i- " . 'T.. ' t those present a few appropriate words of
liirowell to .MrtHirkPrH. eulogy or praise for Richards and the
One of the plcasiiilc.st thini'S which Hilo brelliern. An liimr,i ,.-i..i
one can recohe is the almost unanimous session was mil through after the dinner,
expression of regret hy .subordinates be-! which was entertaining and of a hliili
cause of one's sudden departure from a character. Richards returns home ovei-
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
BUYS AND SELLS
position of authority. Last Saturday
evening nearly all the overseers and lend
ing plantnlion employees gathered at the
Ohm club house, lo pirsent lo P. II. Mc-
Slockcr, I ite manager of the Olan plania
wliclmed with the kindness of his re
ception in Honolulu and only regrets
he had not more of his herd t lmv.. ...
joy id the pleasure with him. Those who
(lid Hie deed were: A. 1 C. Atklnsnn.
... w.. ,
REAL ESTATE,STOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
. .urn -urn. 11. 1. vtlisun iroill K
M.KCopley,ofHotiolulu,wasnppointidipllt.ilt(, ,UUa , Mjss ,(, (
S.MialorJohn T. llrown gave a ltiau nt
I his home 011 Reed's Hay, Tuesday nfter-
noon in honor of Mrs. S. C. Hollowny,
of Uonoltilu. Dancing was iiululged in
1 latir in tlie evening.
I All assrssillrilt at it tipr ctlir l m 1......
levied on the stoci holders of the Manna
Col lee Company, the plantation of which
is in Olan ami principal office at .110
Mnikel Street, San l'rancisco.
1 he changes thus far made in teaching
foncou Hawaii, arc tlte transfer of Mr.
and Mrs. II. K. Wilson from Knlimin.i.
11011, ami .Airs. Mchtoekor. n beautiful ! J. II. l'isher, C. II Cooper, lMJ.Thomp
suer lea and coiiee set, together with an sou, H. Wingate Lake, Ouy Livingston,
exquisitely cut glass wine set. On be- 1 M. IM'rossor, Kmil Peters, I.orrin An
half of the employees, bookkeeper V. J. I dreivs, Gus Murphy, Captain Johnson,
Clay made the presentation speech. ' H. I), Couens. Geo. .Martin. I11.I1.1. r.....r I
i.'iitnit .. m n.n...i...i ... 1... . 1 11... . .. .. .- ..
.. .... ..n ii-iFWMill-(l ii ,- .ir. ,UC
Stocker in a graceful and appreciative
manner. Hy their universal courtesy
and hospitality the McStockcrshave won
tile Bllecllon of all the eillliloees on tlu
plnnlation who have known them socially
and carry with them the donors' best
wishes for success and Imtiniiicss. .Mr.
nud Mrs. McStockei, accoinpaiiied hy
their son, leave tliis morning for Hono
lulu, where Mr. McSlocker will tirohahlv
close some business arrangements which
lie has 111 view.
P. O. BOX 348.
calls her immediately luck to
anil she leaves this morning.
last week by Sheriff Andrews on the
mounted police force, succeeding Joe
Cook, who is now in the employ of the
Anyone seeking choice pieces of fur
niture, ferns, live stock or a horse and
buggy has a splendid opportunity to buy
the same at private sale from John 31c
The Mnston tug Charles Couuseliii.111
is !ack at her moorings in Hilo bay,
having arrived yesterday morning from
Honolulu, whore she has been doing
service ill place ol the Fearless.
Assistant Superintendent of the Rail
way Mail Service (Jen. W. Cnrr and wife
a e guests of J. I. Clay of Ohm. Mr. and
Mrs. Carr will go to the Volca.ui liom-c
t miorrow for a w'eek's vacation.
A. I.. I.onissou, the Htimnkua coffee
planter, wasabrul low 11 all week, looking
hnle and hearty and much onconragid
with the prtispects of a bounty on coll'ee
at the next session of Congress. ,
Miss Ivy Richardson entertained a
number of young uumariied people at
her home nt Reed's Hay Wednesday
evening, to meet George Hrowu nud
Webb llrgg, who are visiting in the city.
John McTaggait, foreman of the car-
shops, Hilo Rmlroid, has resigned his I quarters
position with th.it company and with his 1 Si'.mmick Complaint is
goei to Holuloa, North Kona
Miss HemiceCook, who has been spoil
diu, the summer on Maui, arrived
Wednesilav bv tile Kiuiti. iiiirnilinr .
make a visit to her brother. Tims. 1? I laruement of the I.vcenm iitmrturu
Cook of Olan. A wireless message mi- -.
nouncing the critical condition of her' Ihuii'i'i'.s l.njoy Themsehcs.
Him ricil sister, Mrs. Nellie Cook Kenway, 1 he-regular meeting of the Cotillion
One of the most successful entertain
ments given in the Ilmiiakua district
took place at the Ilouokaa Lyceum last
Saturday evening. Under the supervision
of .Mrs. David I'orbes a grand concert
was given, which wasnttended by people
Irom Kuktiiliiielc to Knkaiau. Those
who took part were Mrs. David P'orbes,
the Misses Horner, Mis.s I'loicnce Hill,
Messrs. I.ottgher, Williamson. Greenfield,
I.iniKiy, Glnssniid Rickard. A dramatic
sketch was til so presented, the affair end
ing with n dance. The sum of Jitn was
cleared, which will be applied to the en-
r..,lll. ..-til l.tlr-ll .-.l.ll.l... I . 11... n.....
f J ' inn.i .1... ..1...1 r,... 1..: ii 1.
t-, ,, mi"iiiivniiwi lui.-. iiiiineiiiaieauii iironer
nan 1 ,r.., , r ,.t .. ..,.....,'
"lll""-"i n.nniiin llll.i:ssiirv. V-llMIUIICr
locating either at
oe Kal.iiua, the Hawaiian
who has been an instructor
Hoarding School, leaves' by to-day's Kinau
eu route to Sail l'rancisco, where he has
been offered a position ill a cabinet work
Manager Max MoriU, of the Manila
Coffee Plantation, located on IVck road,
Olaa, was in the city on Tuesday on
business. His company have twenty-five
ucresof laud in bananas, mid propose to
plant yellow Caledonia cine, which is
biiccessfully grown at tldh elevation.
Queen I.iliuokalaui, uccoiupaiiad hy
John Aiinoku and 1'. Ale.i, arrived
Wednesday afternoon fur 11 short slny in
Hilo, returning on to-day's steamer.
The Queen is much improved in health
and contemplates returning to Washing,
ton during the nevt session of Congress.
A wedding nt Wailuku, Muui.of inteist
to iiriny Ililoites, was the marriage nl
t lat place oil July 2lsl, by Rev. I'.ithcr
juli.in, of Joiquim Gircia and Miss
.Minnie dos Rcis. .Miss Dos Reis is the
sister of Mrs, KugeiU'CnprlliiMifHiikdlnu,
The groom is the popular bookLeeptr
111 the Wuilukii .National, Hank.
Clark, D.D.S., of Honolulu, will
occupy Dr. Wnchs' office in Hilo nfter
August 8th, during his absence. 37
Fresh racket gttl, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall, Nichols Co.
H you go away for the summer, sub.
scribe for the Tkmu'nk and get the home
news. 2.s ver year.
II our sewing machine is running
hud. dropping stitches, or otherwise be
having badly, just call up Phone 17S.
1. idles, don't worry about how you are
to make your dress, but step in and con
still the "pattern lady" at Moses & Ruy.
Lost Silver watcli of foreign mnnti
faciure 011 or near School street, Hilo.
Five dollars rcvv.iid will be paid the ' roariotis new game
miner upon delivery to tlie police head-1 '
surprises in the manner of entertainment
' -: , ... !. 11 n . inn 11 ii iiuo iiour
iiiDsi ii.iugerous enemy nun me mollier s
V.1UI) was nelil last l-riday evening at
Spreckels Hall mid although not fully
attended proved lo be one of the usual
delightful dances enjoyed by tlie members
0fthnt0rg.1uI7.1U0u. The evening was
cool, the lloor was smooth nud those iti
iittondaiice danced with a will after the
brief period of rest, which many had
taken during the past month. Refresh
ineiits were served ilii.mg the evening,
nud the nlT.iir did 110 break up until alter
midnight. The neU meeting of the club
will be Fridaj, August 26th.
Mrs Holmes (ihes Pnrij.
1'.. M. Watson. C. S. Hollouav. V. U
Richurdsou, I.. T. Koiiake, Henry Roth,
Harry Murray, L. JI. Whitehouse, I,. W. '
Haworth, J. Hastings Howland, Gilsou
The MiorllT Shocked.
J. II. Kaliu of Honolulu, dealer in pic
tures and other works of nrt, wnsarresleil !
last Monday by Sheriff Aiidrcw.s.charged
witli being 11 common nuisance in Umi In. I
did "exhibit" for public sale certain oh-'
scone pictures lending to corrupt the
morals ol youth ami other persons. .Mr
Kalui arrived by the last Kinau with n
stock of pictures, engravings, etchings,
etc., wliicli he hnd on exhibition in the
auction rooms of I. 15. Ray in the Paid
win Hloek. Some of them appear to
have shocked the sensitive nature of the
Sheriff, who ordered the arrest of the
olTending Mr. Kahn. Carl S. Smith was
the principil witness for the prosecution.
He testified to haviiii: seen on.cxhibllion
an nssortment of cheap pictures, portray
ing a Ulsplay or hosiery and trim ankles,
which he regarded as very vuli;.ir. It
also developed that some of the pictures
were 111 tlie mule, which the prose-rut inn
claimed were obscene and calculated to
corrupt the morals of the youth. .Mr
Kahu's defense was tlte pictures Hiem.
selves, which he maintained were works
of art. mid which he had been selling
throughout the Territory without bein.r
molested heretofore by the police or nuv
body. He was fined 25 and costs liy
District Magistrate Hnpai. The case has
New Laces and Embroideries
Mgmgs, Insertions, AlfcOvers
White Dress Goods
j Lawns, Piques, Batistes, Etc.
i j Woolen Shirtings (Light weight)
L.Turner Co. united i
lluvwilltiii Curio Dlsphi).
A fine disdny of curios 111 iy bo seen at
the Hoard of Trade rooms, through the
courtesy of Dr. Holland, who Ins kindly
loaned a small part of his collection".
There arc numerous lava formations and
A very enjoyable party wasgiven lo lite ' M'intons of lava stalagmites. p(
younger society set by Mrs, l. N. Holmes pounders and Hnvv.itinu Celts of various
last Tuesday evening nt their residence in , shapes; a knkalnioa lei; kapa beaters- ulti
Jft i'mi; ttr,-, -;r ? ' L
return to .Mills College today, and Irwin n"c,t'"1 Hawaiian 1 imp; liiiiu.in-hone fish
Scott, who leaves shortly on the Hitter- "00k; fish bisket over loo years old- nud
iLe? U1M HMii !"."!,. "'"'mI. j c.ii.e iiu.lc of & dinorettt Hawaiian
r- - - -- run wMiii: U1111 111 J- iif.ulii A i..t...l.. ..r -.1 -
,. :..-. " . - "in"t 111111111L-1 (ii iiiiisier I'.Kit ni
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
' Leave HuV
I Iain's Coll
ra and Diarrhoea Re-
June 19, '04
July 23, '04
nous new game, wits the popular feat- ' , , , ,, ".. wmmh ""g. o, j-
of the evening, altliough the host and1 1,t'ir0K''l,,,lcs "rc " I'tliihilioii, which Sept 29 '04
tiss spared no pains lo create other wcrc found by Dr. Holland in caves in " ' ,
irises III the manlier of enii-rifiiiiM,..,,! 1 k'ui. 'i'i,... ...... :...i!...... .... .. ilMOV. 2. '04
Doc. G, '04
Roderick llliu I'nsseiigei
July 2.vl Miss Wight. Claude Hideood
and wife. .Miss Hlvir.i Fuhr. I. Salvador.
i.irtir..... mcily. uiveu nccorilitiL' lo ilin-riinns. i
... 1.1111 , , - -r, - ....-...-, . . ..... j .nil iiii, ,
iii the lHln lm mosi eueeiu.u leuu-iiv known. For i uue anil citilil, K. M. Duul.ip, F. Orhell,
IllillV 1 1 I tl til.. I.. Dili, ll.iui I a Jlfc i t .. . .... 1 m . '
-.... ... ...i.. iiuh vi. - .uiss luiiiii i.iu-as, Kiiymoitii i.ttcas, Jliss
i ,''''"1 ('rnbb, Fvan Robertson, Miss 1-;. R.
, I'earce, and 56 Japanese,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Kim. J liese casts nnliiMii- Hi.i ii,,.r
I -....- ..v.v
j must have been some sort of a sign Ian
gunge among the natives before the mis-j
siou.trles came here. Jim Morrisexhibits
a very line specimen of fodder grass, I
which grows 100 tons to the acre and can j
be cut six times a year.
The Hilo Knilunv Imt. ,. 1
. j .... 1, Hutu-1
j tifttl finished slab of koa on exhibition, '
I and the Codec mills have a display. I
, Sugar cute 12 K h feet hmg roaches '
. across the room.
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
. J M. Smith of Houomti makes iiuother
hurried trip to Honolulu, ostensibly on
Mr. mid Mrs. Adam Minis iy enter
tained a few Iriends at cards Tuesday
i II. Haekfold & Co. Ltd. give notice 111
this issue oi their intention to foreclose
J mortage of V. Hnuiada.
I The rolls of tlie republican precinct
1 club will be open for the purpose ol
registering until August 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Kennedy arrived
sifely in S.111 Froucisco, and expected lo
leave from last accounts immediately f,,r
, Montreal, sailing from Quebec for Liver-
l"'l HIKM ,.
.... . , "in lie open lor lite purpose of the regi
me. arUcr ranch controversy lias linl tuition ol orecinct vniurs ,.ni. .1 ... r....
!. ....I liir.1- I....1 1.... , .11. ;.. . . . 1. 1.1 until r.mM ... .1... ..r. .
.. ..-. i...w I.,... hii-.iiiuh.-s nave ueen tent
pornrily suspended. Judge Clear on Tttes
nay Denied tlie application of Col. S nil
I'arker, against A. W. Carter, gu irdiau of
Theliua K. Parker, minor, uho is in
charge of the riucl. property.
two until four 111 the afternoon nt the
OFFICE OF I. E. RAY UNTIL
0 fls. g
A very refined and stylish shoe fur dress
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 3,1904' "" """ '
i. u. ray, c ;,,. ECONOMIC SHOE CO., HILO
The Old Reliable Stand is
still doing .
Knors honed, Scissors nnd all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
NoncK-Noither the Masters not
Agent of vessels of Hie ''.Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
iracled hy the crew. R. ' p. (JUARD.
Hilo, April 16,1901, ,4.
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