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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
A very ittiei little wedding l""k place
last night nt H o'clock ill Ihe home of
Mr. iiihI Mr. John .Mel'iiegart, ill Waia
kc.i, when W. T. SlcSliiiiiisiiinl Sir. SI.
A. Rivclihiltg, f S.tti Diego, Oil., were
iinlti'il in marriage. Only the bride's
daughter, Sirs. Irvine Downing f Hon-'said:
ultilii mill the iitntiriliiik' friends of the l "dun verbal opinion of Ihe Attorney
cinii. couiiic were present, i lit .Mciai'iiari i.enerni. everviuini' anneals reuui.ir III
"Holly l'loitr". Have you irtcit ttf Word has iieen received that sugar h.i ' l,ar'"rs werL" tns"lv decorated with a the right of purchase lease granted to
On Ail? at T. II. Davie & Co. I .til. readied four cent. ' profusion of ferns mill plants with while I Lyman, and unless fimid can In- shoiui
New jiostitl cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
OIi.ih. Williauunf llouokaa isattending
A Jiipaucc whs setiousl wtablicd t
Am mlii eainii Tuesday night
A mall for Honolulu via the Stnuiial.u toun in mm.
Ii-nvin tomorrow at :ts l. in. , I''"-"1 ' ,, nnnifcllngoflhe F.nslern
W. I'mtl, who Is now In llilo, when seen
ly a Tkuiiink representative rcgniillug
the leasehold of Kallmann land grunted
to I'.ngenc II. Lvmiu, anil over whleli
theie lias heen coiiMderiihle eonlioveiv,
Slall for Sin l"tis via. Hnter
prise rinse Tuesil iv morning ' s "'
The Ullo Court House is to he painted.
Hid are enlleil for ill till issue to ilo
Sirs. Henry Hajes anil hoii, ricconipani
eil by Sliss Genevieve Veu.ihle ate taking
an outing nl Pohaknlo.i. ?j miles Vol
Sirs. Ail.ini I.lmlsav has been quite III
for the past week hut is improving from
Jack llcrgslr.mi, after several weeks'
May ill llilo anil vicinitv, Itnves today
A.O. Klihlbeig Ii.i left the employ nl
Slatson Navigation Co. anil leaves shortly
lor Sin Francisco.
To lovers of trood table wine, the fine
obi claret just recciveil by
& Co. is the article.7
The S.S. Knterprie will sail lor San nhhnns rcslooncil from the center or the there lines not seem to be any way to s, t
Francisco morning sharply at 9 o'clock, ceiling, uniler which Rev. C. W. Hill 1 the lease nshte The Government, how-
II. Vicars is the prouil father ol another performed the marriage ceremony. A lever, ha no control over the Kintuy
boy, horn Saturday. Hawaiian quintette furnished music ilur- laud to give Lyman an outlet or right of
Ati- Cm lMiv of oIm un a rrlnrnlni' I '"K l1' supper which was served later, way to the Government road. I wa
Sir. and Sirs. SlcSIanus will spend a anxious to please the chin-its of llilo,
few weeks at the Volcano house, after but there appears to be no law whereby i
Hnno- which they will reside at their cottage on I the lease can be canceled without a sin w-
l'leasant street. Sirs. Rivenburg has big of fraud." I
spent the past three years with her 1 With reference to A. I.idu.ite's claim I
trip to Honolulu, returning Wulnesilay daughter in Honolulu, but met Sir. Sic-ion a homestead above l'aiinilo, upon
SIanuson a recent visit to llilo about which it is alleged Litigate has expended
I three months ago. several thousand dollars in iinprnvements, '
I -- Commissioner l'rall said the patent had
A Pioneer I'iissoh Awiiy. been denied for failure to comply with ,
, Jules Reinharilt, a well known resident (the residence clause. The properly, to-J
or llilo anil the island of Hawaii, passed Lelu.r wllU Improvements, will be ns-1
, away at his hiuueat lnitop. tu. Saturday, , . ... ,,,.., I
1 July .VHli. While well advanced in ve.ns. I ww,l l,Ml " "l ' M '
, being nearly si-ventyfive years ol nge, j highest bidder, Sir. Lidgatc receiving
j Sir. Reinharilt enjoyed good health tin- I llie assessed valuation of improvements, j
J til two weeks before he died, when he I Tle ,,rclnH. ric,. f f6S6 piid into the
complained of .stomach trouble, which - . ,.. , . r .,
!..,. i.i l 1,1. .i..uii. nr r...r,..., 1 Government will require an net or the I
I September 27, 1819, he left his native ! Legislature to reimburse Sir. I.idate. j
Sirs, toliii Watt and two children 'soil at the nie of fifteen and came to I .
irrived Irom Honolulu WedneMlay to Hawaii. He lilnrrieil Sliss I. Oandall of
na rlantatloit. 1 iiouoiuiu in 1057, nun nas resineii since
I.emibart. wife of the book-
Kiliau piseli;er Irom Hniinlulu
"I'roslt" STcIutosh returned on Wednes.
day from a short business trip to
Hon. Chas. SI. I.ellloud made a hurried
Sir. H. Ilnhlwiii and sou )wi(;lit ar
rived Wednesday after a month's visit in
J. W. Mason returned from Honolulu
Wednesday after steins bis daughters off
on S. S. Ventura.
A. T. HaKeukanip, of the Ililn Sler
cautile Co. has been coufiueil to his room
for the past week.
Col. C. A. Stobie coes to Honolulu to-
Hoffschlaner I day to meet Sirs. Stobie, who arrived
Weilnesdnv on the Sonoma.
V Mipph Honolulu mid Maui k-aguts
with nil baseball .suppHf.s...()r(k'r,s from
Hawaii will bi given particular atten
tion and shipped by return steamer
Haseballs, Hats, Clloves, iMitts, Masks, Uni
forms, Protectors, League Rules and eveiy
item in the baseball line.. .Never out of stock
WOODS & SHELDON
yi KING STREET. - - MONOI III II
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THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
Stiecial attractions in the wav of laces,
, , . ir 1 arrived irom hiiiioiiiiii
shirt waists, dressing sie.pie. are olfered , . . Maimucr Watt of 01s
at I,. Turner Co. I. Id. , ,, , ... , , ., . .r f,i.i.,. I at Hilo and other places on the island of
Sirs. Kdward Krkoa and son leave for UeIet.iinMo, .eft last week on a si, J SdrWi
Honolulu today to make an extended I inonths visit to her old home in Warrmi, varj0HS titu "at Waiakea, Onoinea,
visit with her ilaujihter. ' " I Kaupahoehoe and other plantations. He
... ., ,.,... 1...1.1 t. 1.... I. A. A. Ilr.ivmer. formerlv connected 1 wus inanaiier of Ainaula and the owner
up scop-u nRi nriicu 0..1.....J jfUh Vo) Ifiju YouI1(J C()( 'hns ncc,,,lei, ()rall stnni plantatio.ral Kawaiki. before pnKixln l-.IKii. 20 x 30
morning at the Hilo Hotel chapel, the , n .m,,,, j t,e office of the Acting the Hilo Sugar Company absorbed those mounted bv mammoth
ueveienii reiiioiioiiiHii i 1X..11.1.. ui.iv.i- governor. iiii.jjr.iic!.. ne iiiiiiicii oi in ,,, ,, M1 , ., iure
,:., .... . , ,ii.r . rst I for ten ears until three years ago, sjMCe h"' ' ' ' , , '".
'"" I Atloruey Joseph I.ightfoot. of Slagoon 1 , , , u , , t , L.,K,ige.l in w'" e trim .formed into a ini'iaturepark, p
1 lie relatives 01 ine laie juies iveiu- ...... ..n,"". " "' - i'" .; .lauv active pursuit. Out or a family or infToriliug a bcatitirul spot Tor residents
lnrdt wish to thank their friends for tin-;)"J(l))JjJ,,w' ''vi co""-- overlal.,1 r,,riceii cliil.lien Iherc survive, him. be- of that vicinity. After the expenditure I
many courtesies sliown during Uicir late , """- ",',,,",,' 1 ,,J ,, """"'"'' l0f
, 1. v. Ilroun, inrmcr lonnmssioiier m .iiii.j.k.v.iiimiis, .urs. iienuuii i.ini-1
liereaemuil. ,, . ., , , arrixed bv the Kiliau ns 11 loir, and seven boys. Otto. William. I1
Ast. Sunt. Carr mid wife who have ' witness in the aliened "laud office em- . Charles, Tlioinas.John, David and Ceorge building the pavilion, the territorial!
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WiilnkY.i I'avlllnn lle.llniteil. t
The Pavilion of the Waiakea Moat
House, located on the Waiakea river,
was dedicated last evening with a con
cert given by the llilo Hand. The
pavilion is a haiiilsouic structure, of
feet, and stir-
by a mammoth llagpole. The
considerable lime and money, in
Otto William, I constructing a sea wan, lining in ami
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONOS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
O. BOX 348.
h.'cu in Olaa ami the Volcano house for
fie past ten days, return to Honolulu
Too great caution cannot be exercised
in household sanitation at this season of
the year. Hilo Dnig Co. carry all the
reliable disinfectants for this purpose.
SI. V. Holmes, the Houokaa merchant
who has taken a trip to the Co 1st 011 ac
count of his health, writes from San
Diego, Cab, that he is rapidly improving
Prof. SI. SI. Scott, principal of the
Honolulu High School, accompanied dy
Sirs. Scott, has liecn renewing old ac
qtiautauce in Hilo and returns to his
home by to-day's steamer
William T. aril R. K. Maiding go to
Honolulu todav to meet their sister, Sirs.
Keiuuarilt. J lie tuueral, wlilcli was
largely attended, took place Sunday after
noon Irom Haili Church.
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A "Koko" riiinliillon.
Hilo is soon to have a "koko"
plantation. J. K. Hggins, of the IT. S'
Iixpcrimcntal Station, has been in Hilo
for the past ten days, perfecting arrange
ments whereby extensive experiments
are to be nm:!e in the cultivation of cocao,
from which is obtained commercial
chocolate or eoco.i. The experiment
will In; cooperative. The trustees of the
Hilo Hoarding School have placed at the
I disposal of Sir. Higgiusa plot of four
j acresoflaud in the rear ofthat institution,
which will be immediately planted with
cocao trees. The Hilo Hoard of Trade,
I uiiiir nlii.a in iinnilit-oiiii imita Iu tit.lnc.
or shells of some repute, returns from a j lrj , gencrouslf offered to plough
tour of Laiiai and Slaui where he has ,, ' . ,1 ,.i ...i,i, n ' i:,.
1 hum i'i.i'iii. niv, ti wiiMit mm vn. iiuiiiuhil;
Sliss Alice A. SlcCord returiitd from
Honolulu Wednesday afternoon, whtrc
she has been spetiiliug a part of her
Hon. Cecil Ilrowu and W. A. Kinney,
Honolulu attorneys are in the city,
appearing on opposite sides in the
N'otlev will contest.
Auditor J. II. l'isher and Commissioner
of Public Lanilss Jas. W. Pratt arrived by
the Kiuau Wednesday to attend the
special term of court.
Sirs. P. W. Thrum and children has
joined her hii.sliaml, who is employed a
a road inspector in Puna district. They
will probably reside near Pahoa.
D. Thnamuu of Hilo, a local collector
been in search of rare specimens.
Dr. A. II. Clark, the Honolulu dentist,
- K. S. Lewis, wife of Captain Lewis, U. S.
Ar.v .wim tuisspa ttirnui'h Honolulu on I accompanied by Sirs. Clark arrived 011
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I, CUIt-Mli. . I'll VIIIIN .,111 unit i,iii.ii:c
the Transport Logan eii route to Manila.
The Hawaiian Promotion Committee,
Honolulu, are asking the public to
contribute quotations of prose or poetry
descriptive of Hawaii, which would be
especially appropriate for advertising the
Under the supervision of Deputy W. A.
of Dr. Waeh's practice for a mouth.
Road Kugiiiccr G. II. Gere, accom
panied by Sirs. Gere, left early Monday
morning for a tour of Hainakua district,
to inspect government work in progress
prepare tneurounil and the Hoarding
School have agreed that the students
will look after the cultivation of the
plants. Only one acre will be planted
at this time. The plants are expected to
arrive by the next Kinuu, which under
the supervision of IJxpect Higgins will
be set out without delay. As the cocao
requites a certain degree of shade, a
special variety bf bananas will be utilised
for this purpose and experiment in
banana culture carried on at the same
time. The mercantile cocao is a very
profitable crop obtaining from twenty to-twenty-four
cents per pound, and yield
ing five pounds or more of fruit to the
tree. Matured trees hear annually and
require little attention if properly started.
H. I. Spalding, cashier of Claus
Spreckels & Co. Hank, Honolulu, is in '
the city, accompanied bv his wife anil 1
Petter, the efficiency of the police force 1 family on a week's vacation at the Vol-,
is being improved. The brave lads have c.mo house. I
to turn out at 5 o'clock every Wednesday A few friends dropped in unexpectedly I
morning to drilland target, practice. The , !" M""s- '''' ril Monday evening
result of the three week's practice is very ' t their seaside cottage, Reed's Hay, ami ,
Haltering to Capt. Petter. gave her a surprise. The occasion was. On Wednesday, the train leaves inline-
..,., , , , .. . her-uth biitluiay. ' diatelv upon arrival of the S- S. Kiuau,
bred. C. Smith, who has been acting 111 stoppine at the wharf. On Pridav a pas-
. .. -,. .. . ... . ,-i Sliss Alice Camiibel. Sliss Irene Dck- S,PP'". ul ....'""' u" n ' " P'1
an advisory capacity u ; supi. j.amucri 01 ... . ,.,,,.,,. ,, ,,, . senger tram win leave at b a.m. return
Nf" 1'iititi .Schedule.
government claims the property as its
own, ami have hroiiglila suit in ejectment
against R. A. Lucas to gain possession.
All laud lying between the government
road and the river is claimed as govern
ment properly. On the other baud the ' w
defendants claims they are within their '
rights, and that their title extcrnl to
low water mark. There promises to be a I
lively fight over the question, since all ;
property owners abutting on the Wnia-' 1
kea river are efTected.
i:lliilllilllions M'h eil 11 1 eil.
Civil Service examinations will be
held simultaneously in Hilo and Hono
lulu 011 September 14th, for positions of
aid and deck officer in the Coast and
Geoi'etic Survey; draftsman, engineer,
electrical engineer, superintendent of
construction, Supervising Architect's Of
fice: irrigation engineer, engineering and
hydrographic aid; farmer, farmer with
knowledge of irrigation, industrial tea
cher, matron, physician, seamstress, In
dian Service; meant inspector, weather
observer, computor; teacher, Philippine
Service, blanks and information regard
ing scope of examination can be obtained
fromSecrctaryA.il. Ingalls, Honolulu,
or J. Castle Ridway, Hilo. Applications
must be filed with either of the above
mimed individuals on or before August
Special 3I(Mt inn:.
For the Ladies!
We Have Received by S. S. "Enterprise"
"Gage Bros." Trimmed Hats
White Shirt Waists, "-Derby"
SOflE NEW NECKWEAR
AND A LAFGE ASSORTHENT OF
NEW TRIMHING LACES
IN ALL WIDTHS
L. Turner Co.
the Hilo Railroad, goes to Honolulu to
day to return next week with Sirs. Smith
They will probably make a Hay of today to Honolulu
some weeks in Hilo and luter go to the
IvVHKV CoMMt'MTV has been benefit
ted by the intioduction of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
into this country. There is scarcely a
neighborhood but that someone can be
found whose life has been saved by its
use. It is the best known medicine for
all lonns'ol stomach and bowel troubles,
ll never fails to give immediate relief and
can always be depended upon
by Hilo Drug Co.
latter is disqualified by reason of having
been an attorney ol record
Rhodes have been visiting duriiu the I '"" . ?: , ""," llK ' T"K y . . '
past week at Slana, Waianiea, returning I ,,aI ra,..,,!nuvejt " ,l ,B " diedule. I
. . ' ' " i I liu lltli 1 fHlrrt'itl llil'ii ml tittritil n 1111111 I
1 1 lib iiiiw tvnii'iii tioib niui;ii.it 11 til. 11 1
schedule for the Puna train eiviriL' this 1
luilee Geo. D. Gear, of Honolulu. 1 section of the line a tri-weeklv service.
arrived on Wednesday to sit in place of on Wednesdays, l'ridays and" Sunday.
Judge Parsons in those cases. 11 which the --
Rooked for llnlerprlse.
Passengers book for S. S. Enterprise
sailing Tuesday morning are as follows:
Dr. SI. Wuchs, Sirs. W. II. Lambert and
daughter, Mrs. C. McLennan, Sliss .Mc
Lennan, Sirs. H. A. Von Amswaldt and
daughter, llruce Kennedy, IJldredge
Green, Allen Green, Arthur Green, Sliss
Horner, Sliss litta I.oeheustcin ami S. 11.
l?rcli racket gut, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall, Nichols Co. '
If you go away for the summer, sub
scribe for the TuimiNi'. and get the home
news, f 2.50 per year.
If your sewing machine is running
1'or sale 1 hard, dropping stitches, or otherwise be-
having kidly. just call up Phone 178.
KILAUKA LODGK NO. 330,
;P. and A. SI. There will be a
special meeting of the above
lodee Wednesday eve,
10, igoa, at 7:30 p 111. Work
degree. Sojourning uud visiting brethren 1 :
nre cordially invited.
Hv older ol the W. SI.
II. VICARS, '
Ladies, don't worry about how you are I Arriving Slonday, August isvi Sirs,
to make votir dress, "but step in and con I II. Harding, Allen Green, Kldrige Green
suit the "pattern lady" at .Moses & Ray. and Arthur Green,
ScMMiiK Complaint is the children's Ot'iitlsli'y.
most dangerous enemy and the mother's a. II. Clark, D.D.S., of Honolulu, will
most dieailed foe. Immediate anil proper j occupy Dr. Wachs' office in Hilo after
treatment is always necessary. Chamber August 8th, for a few w. cks. 37
Iain's Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Re ...
nieily, given according to directions, is
tlie t'unst eliecttiul remedy known. For
sale by llilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
ST., - HILO,
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Mr. and Sirs. D. A. Loebeiisteiu inter-
! lained a few friends at cards 011 Tuesday !
Arthur llerg, of Honolulu, for many 1
, years in charge of the insurance depart
ment of bishop K; Co. and lately appoint- I
ed a member of the Hoard of Fire Com
missiouers, is in town on a short vacation.
' Invitations have been received for the
next regular meeting of the Farmers' In
stitute to be held at Wuhiawa on Satur
day, August 13th. Jared G. Smith will
discuss the need or an Agricultural
College in Hawaii. 1
Allen, F.ldredge and Arthur Green,
sons of Vice-President Green of the
Crocker. Woolworth Hank, San Francisco,
are the guests of Sir. and Sirs. R.C.
Kennedy, having arrived by the Muter
prise, 'i hey return Tuesday.
Col. John Richardson of Lahaina,
Slaui, accompanied by his daughters,
Sirs. R. Hose and Sliss ivy Richardson,
arrived overland from Kohala Monday 1
evening and are registered at the Pea-
cock. They return this morning on the
The reef buoy marking the entrance to '
Hilo harbor, which went adrift, has been
replaced about 100 feet southeast from its
former position, oil the following
I magnetic bearings: Left tangent Ken
kea point, K. i S.; Catholic church
lower, SSW.'; Paukiui light, NW.
TIIIv STEAMER '
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO
TUESDAY, AUG. 9
AT 9:00 A SI. I
For freight or passage apply to
R. T. GUARD, Waiakea.
iu first ! ZZ X3
OT LOHGISES I
p Quick Service
COOKED TO ORDER
1 RESTAURANT 1
S Open Till Midnight. 5
THE OFFICE OF I E RAY , Koa Lumber In small and large minnti-
,, ..,,.,.. I ties; well bcasoncd.
The Leaseholds of the two
ON SATURDAY, AUG. 6, 1904
At a o'clock p. in., there will be sold at
public auction at
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop.
Apply to OSIJ G. SHRRAO. !
Formerly included in the lease to the
Waiakea Mill Co. and commonlv known
as the Waiakea Fish Ponds. "
Upset price for each leasehold, $50 per
annum, net above all taxes.
Term of lease to be 15 years from Au
gust I, lOttJ.
E. E. RICHARDS,
3-3 Agent iiisi.op F.state. J . D. KENNEDY Jowolor
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
The Old Reliable Stand is
, still doing
Razors honed, Scissors and all tdged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Notion Neither the Sfasters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Slatson Line"
will he responsible for any debts con
traded by the crew. R. P. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 34.
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