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I , THli WKUKI.Y HII.0 TRIUUNli, HttO, HAWMI, VRIDAY, AUGUST to, 1001
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CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
"Gage" hats, the vcr latest - L. Turin r
I. l'eck goes lo Homi'llltl todnr mi
Work on the Kntiiuinn culvert begins
Mr. Mini Mrs. Fied C. Smith arrived by
lite Kiunii Wednesday nnd nre registered
at tlie I'encock.
Mrs. Carl S. Smitli nml fiunlly nrc
guests of Mrs. N. IS. Tracy al Hie kilter's
"Knnn coffee;" our own ro.nl, guarnn.
teeil free from nlladutlerallnn.L. Turner
Co., l.t,l. 4a.tr
The Territorial convention will he call
ed to onler nt Ililo, at 9 o'clock, Thtirs
lay, September ml.
Work is progressing on the mail con
struction at 21 miles, Olaa, anil the
former l'ahoi trail.
Mrs. Henry llajes has returned from
a two weeks vacation at I'uhnkalna, 22
miles, Volcano ro.nl.
II. II. Sinclair ami son, Arthur Sin.
clalr spent Thursday at the Volctno, re
turning this morning to Ililo,
Registered warrants numbered 4525 to
5200 inclusive, will he ptiil upon pres
entation to the Territorial Treasurer.
Chas M. I.eliloiul left Tuesday morn
ing for Monokaa to attend the Kulia case
in the August term of the Circuit Court.
h. II. Moses will arrive hy the S. S
Ivulerprise. lie was expected hy the
Alamed-i, hut business in San Francisco
deliyed his ritnrn.
Mrs. O. A. Steven mill children, leave
today for Honolulu, where they will join
Mr. Steven who is employed with J. I'.
The executive committc of the Re
publican District Cpininittce has been
called lo meet nt Fireman's Hall, Monday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
The passengers arriving by the S. S.
Maui on Siturday evening were Henry
Deacon, C. A. Neff, Mis Aitkin of Ha
knlau and R. Ii. ll.ildiug.
David Forbes, manager of Pacific
Sugar Mill, Kukulhaele, was a visitor to
the city on Monday and later visited
John '1 . Moir at I'apaiknu.
Rev. Fcnton-Sinith will hold morning
prayer strvice and the celebration of the
Holy Communion at St. Jiunm Mission
011 Sunday morning at ti o'clock.
The locil Planters' Association held an
important business meeting 011 last Mom
' day, which was largely attended by plan
tation managers throughout the district.
New woolen goods for ladies' walking
skirts. I.. Turner Co., I.td.
Mi s Severance and Miss Annie C.
I'arke, of Honolulu, who has been visit
ing the Severances nt their seaside rtsi
dedce "Seconuet," were Hilo visitors on
Wednesday. Miss I'arke returns to Ho
nolulu this morning.
Mrs. I'.liilietli Saunders, mother of
Captain Saunders of the Hark St.
Katherlne, who suffered a broken leg
in a runaway accident 111 I'una, .several
mouths ago, is reported dangerously ill
nt San Friucisco. dropsy having set in.
The old Wilder steamer Hawaii, which
lias been dismantled during the past few
weeks, was benched on the reef near the
Kalihi channel, Honolulu, last Friday.
The Hawaii was leaking nml it was
feared that she might sink in the harbor.
After spending a week on their Fahoa
farm, Mr. nml Mrs. I). A. I.oebeustein
returned to Hilo Sunday afternoon. They
will probably remove to the cottage
lor nerly occupied by Mrs. F.Ua M. I.oe
beustein nnuka for their present resi
lience. Misses Ivy and Ruth Richardson nc
coompauy their hrothar Giorge Richard-
win, who leaves this morning for Provi
dence, Rhode Island, where the latter
Utigeuc N" Deyo lenves this morning
for an extended visit in the east,
Miss Rebecca llohucuhcrg has been ap
pointed to 11 vacancy in the Olaa school.
1,111,1 ngenl Geo. II. WIUiatiM was a
returning Kinnii pisenger from Hono
lulu. Miss Mary Naillma will he a teacher
in the Mountain View school for the next
Miss llertha I.oebeustein lias taken the
place of her sister as clerk for I,. Turner
U. S. Gjerdrutn of Houokaa was in at
tendance on the Planters' meeting Mon
Delicious butter, iJJ lb. square. L.
Turner Co., I.td. 4Mf
Mr. C. A.NcffofHucyrus, Ohionrrived
on the! S. S. Maui, Saturday lo become
an iustructoriu the Hilo Hoarding School.
Mrs. W. II. Shlpiuan and family re
turned Wednesday from her mountain
residence at 29 miles, after n weeks stay.
S. M. Damon, who has been the guest
of Manager John Watt, nt Olaa for the
pist ten days returns to Honolulu today.
The Sinclair party from the yacht Lur
line were entertained by Mrs.S. C. Ridg
wny nml sons at Piiueo Weflncsday even
Mrs. Chas. I.ucas and three daughters
of Honolulu, who has been visiting Mr.
mid Mrs. Shipmnu return to their home
Miss Florence Hill has been appointed
principal of the Kaiwiki school, succeed
ing Mrs. F. W. Harbour who recently
went lo the coast.
A. II. Jackson, the society and insu
rance man, leaves this morning for n
visit of four or five months in the state
He expects to take in the St. Louis Fair
before his return.
The Light House Hoard at Washington,
D. C. have allowed Hawaii the sum of
$I3,oou to be expended on light houses
this year. The money will be utilized
for this purpose without delay.
August Dreier, n wealthy German cap
italist, of Honolulu has offered to build a
new cathedral for the Catholic Mission
in Honolulu, at n cost of 5150,001 in
memory of his late daughter, Jauuita.
Mrs. N. 15. Tracy and son are spending
n much needed two weeks' vucntiou al
her Olaa homestead. Miss ISsther Pome
roy is temporarily acting as librarian at
the Hilo Library 'during Mrs. Tracy's
Postmaster Madeira was successful in a
shipment of alligator pears on the last
tripof the Steamer F.nterprise. Hereto
fore poor luck has resulted in shipping
pears, but Mr. Madeira packed the fruit
in crates like eggs, and they arrived in
splendid conditio! at San Francisco.
A public mass meeting has been called
for this evening at Fireman's Hall under
the auspices of the Republican Precinct
Club to consider ways and menus of en
tertaining and looking after the wants of
the delegates to the Territorial conven
tion, which meets here in September 1st.
Mother Castle, widow of the late S. N
Castle, is lying seriously ill at htr Munoa
Valley residence, Honolulu, having suff
ered u stroke of paralysis a few weeks
ago. Mrs. Castle is the mother of Mrs,
15. G. Hitchcock, is 85 years of age and
one of the earliest arrivals in the Is
lands, Mrs. Robt. Hnwxhurst, accompanied
by her small daughter and nurse, lenves
this morning hy the Kinau for an ex
tended visit to the Coast. She will join
her sister and mother, Mrs. Johnson
Nickeus nt Tacoma, Wash,, where the
family will probtbly spend the remainder
of the summer.
Hoard of Trmle II tm
The Hilo Hoard of Trade his derided
to take up the nutter of n hotel in Hilo,
and when th it organization takes up a
subject, the people may be sure it will
receive the most careful consideration
and, if fe.isahle, Income nu accomplished
fact. At n meeting of the executive
council last Tuesday night ill the Hoard
of Trade Rooms, the necessity for a
public hotel in Hilo was conceded and
WlrHi-sH I'Iicmi (lump Continues
In Excite luleicst.
Chew enthusiasts mid others familiar
with the game nre taking emit interest
In the two games of chess being ptaved
by wireless between the respective Ho-
iiolnlu nml Hilo Chess Clubs. A code
ilms "" "green upon lor every move
tMissililc on the board, which enables the
Iwo clubs to wild their messages briefly
and with less double lo the wireless com
pany. The messages nre forwarded gratis
by the Inter Island Teleurnph Company
and their transmission Is establishing the
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARUIVF. IN HONOLULU AND D1CPART AS FOLLOWS:
forthwith tint body, which is composed
of Ihe substantial business men of the
town, deterjniued to organize n hotel 'reliability of tlie'service of that company
company. The Hoard of Trade will be 'nsn safe means of communicating.
the promoters ol the project, which in
sures the success of the enterprise The
capital stock of the comp my was fixed
at 25,000, the shares to be distributed
among the business men and members of
the Hoard. 15. X. Holmis, President of
the Hoard nnd Secretary II. Vicars were
authorized to see what outside support
can he secured. It is believed the tran
sportation comp mies running out of
Hilo, mid nearly all of the plantation
people in the vicinity of Hilo will sub
scribe liberally lo the slock. It is pro
posed to secure entirely island capital
and distribute the shares so as to make
the hotel a cooperative concern. If
satisfactory arrangements cannot lie
made with Spreckels with a view of
leasing the present hotel properly, the
plan is to build on some suitable location,
for which three sites have already be, it
offered. The question of del ills nnd
management have not been considered,
but it is understood the right man can
bo readily secured. 'Architect Richley
has already made drnwings of 11 proposed
hotel building, to be located on Reed's
Island, which contemplate beautiful
grounds nnd driveway through River
In the two games being played, Hono
lulu appears lo have the ndvantnge in
game A, hut in giuife II the lines have
not become sufficiently established lo
show 11 marktd disparity in position.
Upon the receipt of every move bv the
local club, a committee in charge of the
games consider Ihe suggestions of mem
bers and others as to the next move, mid
uct accordingly, flu- next meeting of
the LltiM will bent the home of Dr. mid
Mrs. Klliott, Riverside Park, tomorrow
The moves made thus far in the inter
islnuil games nre as follows:
GAM IS A.
TheU S. Deptrtment of Agriculture
will join the training ship "American." ,,-Vn V"?-vl . ee ,listr"
The American'- is a flJtl.,,, sM,i ,r button. Bulletin No. 48, on "The Forests
1IIL' school ol
invigatiou ami will shortly start on a
criise of the world, to be gone four
of the Hawaiian Islands," by William L.
Hall. The bullctjn gives n description
on the forest conditions 011 the five more
important islands, as affected by stock,
insects, fire, cutting, etc., followed by a
recommendation as to the best policy fcr
the preservation of the forests of the
I New postal cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
1 Fresh racket gut, fresh tennis balls by
j mail. Wall, Nichols Co.
If your sewing machine is running
I hard, dropping stitches, or otherwise be
having li.ully just call up Phone 178,
THE OLD RELIABLE
Austin Aku 11.
The marriage of Miss F.iuelin Aknu to
Ernest II. Austin was solemnized Tues
day night nt the home of the bride's
parents, nt Wninnku. Only the relatives
and immediate friends of the bride and
groom were present nt the ceremony,
which was performed by Rev. S. L. Desha.
The bride is one of the most attractive
and popular Hawaiian belles, nnd the
groom is the well known maunger of W.
C. Peacock & Co. After the ceremony
an elaborate supper was served and the
best of good wishes were extended to the
happy couple. Mr. nnd Mrs. Austin will
temporarily reside at the Peacock until
they go lo housekeeping, which they ex
pect shortly to do, in Hilo.
President Day of the Cotillion Club has
announced the next regular meeting of
that organization on Friday evening,
August 26, at Spreckels' Hall. A special
effort is being made to make this next
affair of the club ns enjoyable as possible,
and to this end Mr. Day has appointed
the following committees: decorations
Mrs. II. L. Shaw, Mrs. W. S. McLean,
MissVeuablea111lII.il. Morehead; re
freshments, Miss Mocine, Miss F.melie
Peck nnd J. F Metcalfe.
'Tis Cheaper to Mow.
Various office changes have taken
place on Waiauuenue street. A. 11. Loe
benstein has removed his survey ollice to
the; office building just opposite the
Court House, formerly occupied by I. IS.
Ray, and the latter has opened n real
estate, miction and law office in the lower
floor of the Baldwin bock. ILL. Ross
has established law offices in the building
node vacant by Surveyor Loebenslein's
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S. S. Kinau deparls from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. in. t
( unit 9 1 S '"!." I,l,n" C, 7T '", ,!il" "V '? - ''! Tl imirliil i
IX) t 2.15 p. in., arriving in Honolulu t davlighl three diy later.
Vessels whoso nam, s appear OVHR the date ARRIVIC from the Coast.
V essels whose mimes miiihmi- lliM.nW il... .1..... imiik i.'k r.. ..... ,. .
NMcU.;V"tc"MlTl''rri T Sn" Hn,,,C,M:o! '' Colonies; )
v laorii; 11, L.; (5) In Yokohama.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST 00.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EkECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
XeuoK. Myers, of the Hawaiian Trust
Co. Ltd. of Honolulu, remained over iu
Hilo another week iu order to complete
arrangements for establishing a branch in
surance department iu this city under
the management of Ii. P.. Richards. Mr.
Richards will be authorised to place in
surance against fire, life.sickness, acci
dent, burglary, plate glass, marine losses,
surety bonds mid employer's liability, iu
fact everything except the next world.
The principal company for which it is
proposed to establish an agency here, is
the Prudential Life Insurance Comp my
of Newark, N J which lias hitherto not
been represented by a general agent in
the islands. Mr. Myers lias just returned
from the east where he was assured by
officers of the Company that within the
next six mouths representatives from the
home office ofthe Prudential would be
here looking over the field for invest
meut, ns well as for business. This
means nn uddition to the invested wealth
and of the taxable property of the com
munity by n company, whose financial
security has been as the Rock of
T.Takesha.F. Kojina, F. C. Fugivama,
Sister Flaviana, A. C. Cooper, Mrs. J. R,
Loiiins, 3 children uuil maid; I). Conk.
P. O. BOX 348.
For the Ladies!
We Have Received by S. S. "Enterprise"
"Gage Bros." Trimmed Hats
White Shirt Waists, "Derby
SOriE NEW NECKWEAR
AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW TRIMHING LACES
IN ALL WIDTHS
CliritCII ST., - HILO, HAWAII
Kin an Departures.
Mrs. O. A.Stevin mid 2 children, F,.
M. Hardy, H. Like, Mrs. F.lmer Itaruard,
I). II. Mncoiiachie, W. II. Thompson, F.
F. Schutte, Henry Albert, F.. IS. Olding
midwife. I. Vanattn. Harrv ICm.ll w.
ling and wife, Father James, F. C. Smith ' Mitchell and wife. Mrs. W. R. Lewis. Hr.
midwife, G. II. Williams, P. Hartels, R. , Hobely, wife and child, A. II. Jackson,
T. Ilorau, IS. F. Capella?, wife ami child: 'A. Ilanneberg, Hrother Francis. Dr. C.
J. u. Kego, if. bcliutle, Henry t T. Rodgers. Miss L. A. Vov.C. H. Smiib. i
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.uissrt. i.. iiicksc, i.t. uol. Uerli, MitsJW. T. Ward, A. Von Aruswaldt, Alec
F. Lynch, Mrs. J. Lynch, Miss A. C. , Raj inonil, Senator Palmer P. Woods, P.
Lynch, Henry Albers, Chas. Lucas. A. Peck, IS. II. Cant, Lieut. Col. Clere',
W. Ilottomley. !chns. Lucas, IS. Deyo, Hon. S. M. Da-
ui7 """"IT"".'. . linon.Zeuo K. Myers, John McTaggart,
hlks linnet) Toiiliclil. Uife and a children, Mrs. Clin.. Lucas
The ISIks Club this evening will give n J nml 3 daughters, Mrs. Robt. Hnwxhurst,
reception and dance to their members child and maid; Miss Annie II. Parke,
and lady friends, iu honor or Couimodoie j (i: Oldiug, Geo. Rich irdson, Miss Ivy
II. II. Sinclair and faillilv of the Yiicbt Richardson. Miss Rulli IM,.,,ir.U 1
, I "Lurliue," which has just returned from j Mrs. Mary Ailau.
a cruise iu the South Seas. 'The arrange-1 ' '
meuls are iu the hands of the House A Slirprlsu Pniiy.
j v.ouiiniuee. . uauciug mm cards are ihe ' A number of the Mends or Miss
program ofthe evening. ! Sousa recalled the fact thai she
L. Turner Co
7HIRE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
birthday last Friday, mid about 8 o'clock
iu the evening dropped iu upon her tin.
Miss Tenia Doirou and Joseph Caceras nwares. Dancing mid cards were in
were quietly married nt the Hull Church dulgeil in tilba late hour, to the great
parsonage by Rev, S. L. Desha last Fri- j enjoyment ofnll present. TI.e affair was
day evening. Mr. Cuceras is the press, engineered by Mrs. Keith F. Mackie and
man at the Hawaii Herald and Miss j proved an entire success. Those present
Doiron is the well known sales lady nt the were, besides the hostess and her father
i Ililo Candy Kitchen. The couple will 'and mother, were: Mesdames Mackie,
I reside at the Hapai cottage on Jail street. Weight, A. M. Wilson, IS. N. Hitchcock
- ..... '! Chits. II. Hitchcock, W. H. C. Cmupbell,
If you go away for the suninicr, sub- and Hiigencaiuii; Misses Alice Weight,
news"' Vso p'er'vear" '"", "" l"L' h0"'e I ,,erU,ft "" ' ' Wery.
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"va-0, lv.nu t-, milUKlCi 4t iU. W1IS011.
I HOT. LUNCHES j
g Quick Service
s. Reasonable Prices s
1 MEALS 1
E COOKED TO ORDER 3
M l' I'";" rece veil that Justice clms. nHelicock. Hageucmup, Rohrig
nu. Mrs. C. A OulhjaUU have arrived nt r ,orellwlll ,. u. Sll, w. . Schoening,
Ok hthinnina City Okln. where they ex- 1)r. ,ruill, n N ,, mlJ K
lect to make their future liiune. Judge iitiiy.
tjuinraun owns coiisiiierable property
there, being interested with ex-Governor
Ladies, don't worry about how you are
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Henfrow in valuable mines i the Joplli, ..11 mdy'" 't.
milling district. IiiioiuPh.
1 HILO BAKERY I
1 RESTAURANT .
g Open Till Midnight. 3'
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
J.D. KENNEDY Jowolor
Koa Lumber iu small nnd large ((iiauli
tics; well seasoueil,
Furniture made to order, any. style
wanted. Repairs made on tiny kind nt
fiirnituie. 1'rices moderate
Sorrao Cabinot Shop.
Apply lo JOSF. (5. SISRRAO.
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