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Till. VKKK!,V HltO TRIBUNE, 1111.0, HAWAff, FRIDAY, AU0U9T af., j9o
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Dr. 0. I.. Stow wis a rt-litrtilii4 ini
e iger mi tin Ktimit Wnlncibi) .
Ernest II. Austin nliil bride weregtirMs
nt the Volcano house on Sitiulit). !
Mr. nuil Mrs. D.ivul l'nlhr of Itonniuii
are spending a few d.is at '' VoU-nio
"Kon.'i rnfTtc;" our iron mist, guaran
teed free lioin niludultcntliiin.l.. Turner i
-Co., Mil. 2-tf J
15. M. Thompson of tin- Tkiiuink force '
reittrucil eiliicila Irniii 11 UiisIuces trip
Mrs. W. J. Stone wiisit returning pas
senger on the ll.uk 'St. Katharine on
After mi Illness nl tin re weeks nt the
Hilo Hospital, Miss Co.ui is able to re
turn to Iilt home.
MM Mnrgimt I'nripihnr, teacher at
lloiiouiu, Is spending a lew days vacation
lit tile Volcano lioiive.
Teil Oti.ird iloniiL'il a set of antlers nt
tile regular meeting dl tile local Lodge of
Elks Monday cctiiug. ''
Mi's. R. T' Moses anil daughter is the
guest of Mrs. Robert Hunter at their Ku
kai.iu ranch, North Hilo.
J. Kitcheson, fortnerlv engineer on the
Illlo Railronil is now n conductor on the
R.ipiil Transit, Honolulu.
Jack Phillips of Olan made a Hying
trip lo Illlo last Satiinay on htistuess
connected uith the schooner (?).
T. A. Ilavs. representing the Pacific
Hardwire & Steel Co., was n pisscngcr
Iroui Honolulu on the Hawaiian.
Miss l'lorcncc Scott ntid Miss Dorothy
Siiininer are spending the week nt the
Keeil'H Hay plnce belonging to the Scotts.
Mrs. Henry Hayes, nceonipiuieil by
Miss Ward, has returned to "Polmkulon,",1
23 miles Volcano road, for a few weeks
Forester P. I. Hosiucr, who has be
come well known anions Hiloites, wns n
departing passenger on the Siberia last
Alex Rimoud of Moses & Raymond, '
departed for tht' Coast la.sl Priday tote-l
mime his studies in mediciuent Sail l'raii
risco. Associate Justice P. M. Hatch, nccntn.
pauied by his sou, passed through Hilo
Wednesday ci ironic to the Volcano
Mrs. O. MneOregor Deacon was a re
turning passenger on the .American
Hawaiiiti Steamer Hawaiian yesterday
Willi mi Ilcckuian, electrician nnd as
histaul engineer, Ol.n Sugar Co. has re
signed his position mid leaves shortly
SlieiiiT Andrews is in Honolulu osUm
sibl) mi business, but incidentally doing
a Utile politics preliminary to'the Tern
Supt. W. II. Itiiihcrl. of the Hilo
Rail toad, who lias been suffering from a
painfully swollen fare, vmsed from paint
poisoning, is able to be about.
Dm Kaloi and his wife have been ap
pointed to succeed Mr. and Mrs. II. E.
Wibitii, nl the Kalapaua school, the latter
having been transferred lo llilea, for par
C. IJ. Itradsh iw is iirep.ired lo accoui
moil lie n number of visitors with fur
iiislud rooms nt his establishmeul on
Pitman street, opposite the Court House.
See ad on front page.
Chester Sherlock Holmes Doyle is
spending u well earned rest nt the Vol
cano house, niter his arduous labors con
iiecicd with the Hilo term of court. He
returns to Honolulu today.
Tin passengers arriving by the Hawaii-
an yestenhy morning, were: R. T. i
Ciiiiril, Mrs. G. MacCIrcgor Deacon, A. i
I. C. Atkinson, Jas. Plojd, T. A. Hays,
aijd 11. P. 1'. Schulle, wife and two
J. r,. Rothwell of W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Honolulu was a p-issiug visitor through
Hilo last Priday and Saturday, on a tour
of the branch houses oftlint well known
firm. He is now at Homiapo, the guest I
of I. H. Schoen.
The aerial gardens of liridge street will
soon be a thing of the past. In the im
provements being made by the Catholic
Church it is found necesiiry to remove
the stately palms which have adorned
this thoroughfare for so many years. A
retaining wall ol stone ami a cement side
walk are being constructed on liridge and
King streets bounding the church prop,
erty on two sites.
Delicious butter, I '$ lb. wtmre. 1
Tinner Co., I.td. 4-tf
Carl S. Smith, wife ntul children are
spending the week at the Volcano house.
J. P. I.lno, of Olaa .cxjH-cts shortly to
leave for the coist iui u six moiith1!
A. W T. Ilotlomlcynnd AJIreil I). Coop
er have been auditing the books of the
There will n band concert this evening
nt the waiaken lloal l louse pavilion by
the Hilo Hand.
Cor j don P. Ileiiton is a papa now. It's
n bov, born last Monday nnd Corydou is
Robt. Hind ofKohnla, returned on the
China last week after several mouths ab
sence In the states.
A good second hand Studebakcr buggy
ran be. had for $$o. Inquire nt office of
Ridgway & Ridgway.
Mrs. W. O. Wnlkcr nnd children will
leavrOl.u the latter part of the month
for her home in Huston.
The chubby 'features ol Harry S. Over
end, of Houokaa were seen in 'our midst
on Saturday and Sunday.
II. E. Picker, the local ynchtinati and
insurance solicitor, is renewing acquaint
ances in Hilo nud vicinity.
Jg A GALLON
" WMW 'I'
cin'Rcn ST-. - iijj.o. iiawaii
O. H. Gere of the Public Works De
partmenl has been confined to his bed
with a severe cold since Monday.
R. T. Moses, bookkeeper of the Vol
cauo Stables is taking a well earned vaca
tion at the Horner ranch, Kukainu.
Misses Prauc and Neua Eaton returned
to the city Saturday from (heir summer
vacation at Wailiilii, 34 miles. Volcano
It. IJ. Kelsey, representing Wall,
Nichols & Co. is on n business tour of
Hawaii, leaving overland on Monday for
Miss Clara Rodgers is the guest of Mrs.
I'reirC. Smith ut the Volcnno house, and
will accompany her to Honolulu on Pri
II. Vicars has nurchiscd the Ilartcls
residence in Piuicn, is having the pro
perty renovated and will soon move Into
his new home.
Mr. mid Mrs. Levi C, Lyman and Miss
McCord have returned from several weeks
absence at the Lyman mountain house,
nt 29 miles, Volcano road.
II. T. Lake is standing guard as the
Territory's representative over the work
of construction of the Kallmann culvert.
The work is proceeding rapidly.
Dr. C. L. Harvey, a dentist of San
Francisco is making 11 vacation trip to
the Islands in the bark St. Katherinc,
mid will return oil the same vessel.
Rev. W. II. Peuton-Suiith, will celc
Urate the holy communion at St. James
Mission, next Sunday, ut 7 n. in. Morn
ing prayer and sermon nt 11 o'clock.
Secretary Jack Atkinson arrived by the
S. S. Hawaiian yesterday morning and is
the guest of Rev. S. L. Deshn. Mr. At
kinson nrrived to look after the conven
J. it. Rogers has leased one-quarter
section of the Hilo Pish Market, which
he is- having converted into a meat market
nnd fruit flail, for the sale of fresh meats
and Hawaiian fruits.
The Kapoho post odlce has been dis
continued, und Postmaster Madeira is
looking for n responsible successor to
Chas, Weatherbee, who has resigned as
postmaster nt that point.
Kdward Norton of New York was the
sole passenger 011 the ship Tillie IJ. Star
buck, making the trip nroiuul the Horn
011 account of his health, lie will leave
the vessel at San Prancisco upon her
Abraham Lincoln Lottissou of llama
ktia was a passenger on the Siberia Inst
week for San Prancisco, where he will
devote some weeks to arousing mainland
interest in the coffee industry in the
A caucus of the republican district con
veution delegates from the 3rd, 4th. 5th,
6th and 7th precincts has been called to
meet at I'ireman's Hall, Hilo, Wednes
day evening, August 30th, to consider
two republican nominees for the lower
New postal cards. Wall., Nichols Co.
If your sewing machine is running
nam, dropping studies, or otuerwise lie
having badly, just call up Phone 17S.
Ladies, don't worry nbout how you are
to make your dress, 'but step in nnd con
stilt the "pattern lady" at Moses & Ray.
ISvhkv Community has Ikxmi benefit
led by the inlioduclinu of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
into this country. There is scarcely a
neighborhood but that someone can he
found whose life has been saved by its
use. It is the best known medicine for
all (onus of stomach and bowel troubles.
It never fails to give immediate relief and
can always be dejK'iided upon. Por sale
by Hilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
I.ATKST IIV niHKI.KMK.
Secretary A. L. C. Atkinson hits re
eel veil the following dispatches by wire
less: Port Arthur Russian battleship Sebts
toK)l struck n mine outside of Port Ar
thur, listed and was towed back.
Los Angeles Twin Sullivan won over
Harry In twenty rounds.
CurtU Iiiukrn Selected Tor Cowrrpss
nuil Platform Adopted.
Honolulu, Aug. ai The Democratic
Territorial Convention met here today,
and, after adopting 11 platform, unani
mously selected Curtis P. laukeu as their
nominee for Delegate to Congress. There
were 215 delegates, of which eighty were
represented by proxies. W. A. Kinney
wns chosen as eruinuent chairman and
Intikeit was nominated without opposi
tion. The platform was largely an ar
raignment of the administration of Gov
ernor Carter. They charge the. present
depressed financial condition of the Ter
ritory to Hie Executive, whom they de
clare uses machine methods of politics
and has ieruiitted the sale of public do
main to corporations. They denounce
his retrenchment policy as reckless and
allege republican duplicity in failing to
secure county government. They favor
a revision of the tax luws, an app'reptin
tiou for Queen Lillitokalaui, the speedy
passage of a county net and the enact
ment of legislation looking to the relief
of the lepers, the laboring classes and for
the public good of the Territory.
August seems to be a popular mouth
for mating couples, nud in these days of
matrimonial activity, the ministers are
kept busy. The latest addition to the
growing list of benedicts is Harry Stein,
conductor of the Puna division, Illlo
Railroad. On Monday night at the
parsonage of the Pirst Poreign Church,
Rev. Curtis K. Shields united Mr. Stem
and Miss Maud A. Crabbe In marriage.
Miss Crabbe is the daughter of Horace
Crabbe of Honolulu, and the niece of
Hon. Clarence Crabbe. She has been
visiting Mrs. C. N. Arnold and daughters
for the past three month?, in Hilo where
she first met Mr. Stem. Mr. and Mrs.
Stein are residing at the Arnold cottage.
McStocker Oat of Knee.
The friends of P. B. McStocker here
and in Honolulu have urged 'his candi
dacy for clwirman of the Republican
territorial convention, which convenes In
Hilo, September 1st. With the delegates
pledged to him from Oahu and the as
sistance of Hawaii and Maui, there is
little question or his election. In a
private letter to a personal friend re
ceived Wednesday, Mr. McStocker has
decided to withdraw his name from con
sideration. This insures the election of
A. G. M. Robertson, who will likewise be
selected as chairman of the Republican
Territorial Central Committee.
I Kern IntcreM Over lufrr-lslund
1 mill Local Hani en.
The preliminary chess tourney of the
local club is Hearing its close, nuil the
final standing of the different players can
now be fixed almost with certainty. The
positions of the three leadets have swung
backwards and forwards for the last few
weeks, mid the rivalry has been very keen
nud the interest intense as the tide of
battle swung first towards one and then
towards another of the combatants. Some
of the players have already finished their
series of games, and most of the others
have but one more game to play, so that
this week will probably see the close of
the tourney. This first series of games
nmong the local players has had for one
ot its objects the Determination of the re
lative strength of the different players
with a view to dividing them into classes.
The members ot each class will, here
after, play only against others in the same
class, except that nl one meeting each
month any member of 11 lower class may
challenge any ployer ill the class above
to n series of games, the winner going to
the upper class, mid the loser to the
lower, where he must remain a month,
until the next "challenge" meeting comes
around again. It Is possible, also, that 11
system of handicaps may be arranged be
tween the several classes, no that games
may be played between members of diff
The scores of the nine leading players
at present is as follows:
Miss A. niddle, Miss A. C. Lynch,
Miss Katherinc Lynch, Mrs. Jas. Lynch,
A.D.Cooper, A. W. Uottomley, Miss
Panuy Miles, Geo. Stenberg. Miss
Nichols, Robt. S. Thurston. Mrs. Geo.
Smith, Miss Neua Eaton, Willie Ah Hip,
... . hMM mi.w ua tii,Acuk:ut:
N. M. Hurt, S. R. Hatch, G. H. Kent
well, II. P. Kaohi, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Ilruuiaghin and child, Chester Anthony
Doyle, A. W. Carter. Mrs. C. II. Gray,
Dr. Hobdy, wife and child, Miss Meiueeke.
Antone Luir, and daughter, J. Wilcox.
May Suspend Dances.
The Cotillion Club holds its regular
monthly dance at Spreckels Hall to
night. Those in charge have been work
ing industriously to make the affair a
a success mid their efforts give promise of
a pleasant evening. The treasurer com
plains ol the tardiness of members iu the
matter of dues, und it is barely possible
the Club may have to suspend the re-
gular monthly meetings iu order to re
cuperate the depleted finances of the
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Miss H. L. Hilton, Mrs. Feouc You.
and child, Miss E. L. Vanatta, W. P.
Want, Mrs. E. Poepoe, J. M. Osorio, F.
W. Kaleihoe, H. Knell, J. W. Vauatta,
Dr. C. L. Stow, M.Neguro.H. E. Picker,
Mrs. J. Hiton, Mrs. P. II. Will and child,
E. M. Thompson, P. Peck, Rev ,E. Craig,
Mrs. D. D. Sherwood, Mrs. L. M.
Ornisby, Miss N. Harraclough, A. Clifton,
Kelway, Hayard Steven.
Judge llupnl Itenppoluteil.
One of the first commissions executed
after his return was the appointment by
Governor Carter of Hon. G. W. A. IIap.il,
as District Magistrate of South Hilo. In
I making the nmioiutment, the Governor
disregarded me tact tliat Judge Hapai
professed tobe ignorant of Eugislj, and
made it in recognition of his honesty and
Fresh Jacket gut, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall, Nichols Co.
Mrs. Pred C Smith li-ft Mniwlnv in
spend a week at the Volcano house.
J. W. Mcintosh, one of the popular
stars in local Elkilom was a departing
passenger on the Schooner Woodbury
for Honolulu. He will probably remain
In the latter city a few weeks, before
proceeding to the coast.
Miss M. Payne was a passenger 011 the
St. Katharine from the coast on Wednes
day. She is the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. J. Dale, at Waiakea, but later will
go to Hilen, to be a governess to the
children of J. C. Searles.
It is slated that only 11 heavy mit
saved the Korea front capture by the
Russian Vladivostok fleet, having passed
within n few miles of the Russian war
ships that were lying outside of Tokio
bay waiting to take her as u prUe.
II. Schultze, treasurer of II. Hackfeld
& Co,, Ltd, Honolulu, accompanied by
his wife and two children are round. trip
passengers on the S. S. Hawaiian, re
turning on that vessel to Honolulu when
she completes loading at this port.
Rev. S. L. Desha has been asked to
make the speech in convention nomin
ating Delegute Kiihlo, which he has
agreed to do. He reiterates his intention
uot to he a candidate for the legislature,
rumors to the contrary notwithstanding.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
i MAILS ARRIVE IN IIONOLl'Lt' AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS: - i
ft is o
tfi V, Vi
a a .a
a a a
o o o
L. A. Andrews
J. U. Smith
G. II. Gere.....
The correspondence games with the
Honolulu Chess Club by wireless tele
graphy have become Intensely Interest
tug, and considerable skill is being shown
by the players on each side. Iu game A
Honolulu had secured n verv strong posj
tion until they made their 14th move,
and the local players saw a speedy "check
mate" staring them in the face. Hut by
skillful ntanuverlng on their parts, coupled
with Honolulu's weak 14th move, they
have extricated themselves from n very
threatening position, and completely
broken up Honolulu's attack. The moves
thus far made are as follows:
K Kt - H3.
B - Kt S.
II - R4.
P - K5.
Kt x V.
13. Kt - Us.
Q - Kt4.
P - K6.
Q Kt - nj.
P - Q R3.
K Kt - H3.
II - Ks.
P x P.
9. Kt - Q H4.
P - K ll3.
II x Kt.
P x II.
30 ! 31
Vessels whose names appear OVER tin-dale ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Prancisco; ( 1)To Colonies: (J) To
Victoria; II. C; (J) To Yokohama. u
S. S. Klnaii deparlH fiom Hilo for Honolulu every Priday at 10:00 a. m.
S. S. Manila Loa'smail closes iu Hilo on SaturiliUs mid Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 3:15 p. m., nrriving iu Honolulu at dnvlight three days later.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATESTOCKSAND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
P. O. BOX 348.
3- Q Kt - H3.
4. B - Kt 5.
6. K Kt - H3.
, P x P.
Kt x Kt.
Q - B3.
B - Kt5.
P - K3.
K Kl - H3.
B - K3.
1' - Q Kt 3.
B - Kt 3.
Kt x P.
10. Q x B.
13. Kt - B3.
13. P - Q R4.
15. KR-Q Hi.
The Club will meet on Saturday at the
home of Chas. Hitchcock, and a full nt
tendance is desired to decide on the
For the Ladies!!
We Have Received by S. S. "Enterprise"
"Gage Bros." Trimmed Hats
White Shirt Waists, "Derby"
SOHE NEW NECKWEAR
AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
IN ALL WIDTHS
UucstH of Klks.
Even though the proverbial Hilo show
er made things wet Priday evening, it
dlllll't dninnen 1ih nnlnr nf mi ..it, oil.
astic crowd of Elks and their friends, who
nueiKieu me reception ilnnce given by
the Elks Club at their hall Priday night.
Commodore II. II. Sinclair und party
from the yacht "I.urliue" were the guests
of Iheeveuingniid were especially pleased
with the hospitality of the local organi
zation. Refreshments were served dur
ing the evening and dancing continued
until a late hour. It is proosed by the
management to make these entertain
ments distinctive affairs and to hold them
if possible every mouth.
Aug. 30, Ship Tillie E. Starbuck, W. W.
Vi11u, master, with 800 tons of rails,
angle bars, spikes, Iwlts, etc. for the
Aug. 34, Bark St. Katheriue, Saunders,
master, 19 days from Sail Prancisco.
Aug. 35, S. S. Hawaiian, Delano, uiaiter,
from Honolulu via. Knliultii, loading
sugar for Delaware Breakwater.
Aug. 31, Yacht Lurllne, II. H. Sinclair,.
master, with party, for Sail Pedro, S
L. Turner Co.
1 HOT LUNCHES
j Reasonable Prices g,
1 MEALS I
COOKED TO ORDER 3'
I.ulior Union Reorganizes.
The various labor unions lu Hilo and
vicinity met 011 last Monday evening am)
perfected organization and elected ofii
cers for the ensuing year. Heretofore
there have been six unions representing
variourt trades, which are now being
united into one body under the name of
Allied Trades. There will be a further
meeting this evening at Union Hall to
perfect details of organization. The offi
cers elected are: President, II, Kendall;
vice-j-resiiieni ami secretary, Jas. I).
Lewis; Treasurer, Win. A.Todd.
First Porelirn Church.
Sabbath August 38, 11 a. m., "Jesus
when he came out, saw much people, and j
was moved with compassion toward '
I them," Mark 6:34,
1 HILO BAKERY 1
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J.D. KENNEDY Jewel
Koa Iimlieriii niuall and large rjuauli
ties; well seasoned.
Ptiinltiire made to order, any stjle
wauled. Repairs made 011 any kind 01
furniture. Prices modeiale.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop.
Apply toJOSE O. SERRAO,
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