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ThU VKKKI,Y HII.O TRIBUNK, HILO,
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SKPTHMDKR 27, 1904
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1 condknjuuj loi;al, iijuto
Oke Kecch is lit Kohala this week on
Miss Anna Rose was a departing pas
senger in the Kinati nil 1'rliliiy for Hono
lulu. Hay Wodehousc is assisting In the
work of stock In king of II. Iluckfeld &
Co., Ltd., Ililo.
The S. S. Kutcrprise. will leave San
1'rnticNco next Thurdiy ami Is title to
arrive in IHIo mi October 8tlt.
Rnfus Lyman mill Antone Pcruande?
addressed tlie Ookabt-Kiikaiaii roul
laborers on Sunday lit Ooknla.
I). A. I.oebensteln was n iPlitrtiltiK l,:l,
senger on the Kinati from Kohala, where
he hnsheen doing some survey work.
The Inil shipment of p'.iienpples mi Un
American Hawaiian steamer Xcvadau
comprised 5,xx) cases, hesiiles twelve
Mr. nml Mrs. A. M. Wilson have issued
invitations to a dancing parly til he given
nl their Reed's Il.iy place on Wednesday.
Ily referring to the TutntiNK's mail
chart, it will be seen that mail lor Hono.
lulu via the Manila I .on closes this after
noon at 2:15 o'clock.
I'resh racket gut, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall Nichols Co.
Curtis P. Inukea, Democratic candidate
for Delegate to Congress, is scheduled to
speak at a big rally next Thttrsd ly night a well known Portuguese lady
at Wnhkea Iloat Mouse pavilion. ' funeral, which was n large one,
Henry Deacon uecouianietl Mrs. Mac
Giegor Deacon went to Honolulu 011 l'ri
ilay. Mr. nml Mrs. W. II. Smith were the
guests of the Hollands nt Pahoa, Puna,
nil last week.
Albert Horner has been campaigning
with Governor Carter 011 the Island of
Maui for the past two weeks.
Otis 1-:. Kuglish spent Saturday night
nml Sunday nt the Shipiunii mountain
house, ?9-iniles Volcano road.
Dr. John J. Grace will depart 011 the
Kiiinu next I'riday for Honolulu en route
to Sail Francisco, 011 the S. S. China..
Mrs. David Forbes of Kttkuihnele ac
coitip tuicd by her children nre taking an
outing nt their mountain house nt Wol
mea, Miss Florence A. Mackenzie of Haka
lau returned to her home eslenlay, after
spending n ten tlay's vacation nt the
W. II. Field, special agent of the
Equitable Life arrived by the last Kinati
and has been the guest of I.. Ci Lyman
at the Ililo Hoarding school.
Delicious butter, i Hi. squares. I,.
Turner Co., Ltd., 4J-tf
The wile of John tie Freitns, carpenter,
died Friday morning at her residence at
lohnkiinui, near the Portuguese Mill,
from heart tlisensc. Mrs. De Freitas was
Prof. Zamloch nml party, consisting of
C. F. Zumloch. Mr. mid Mrs. Win. Marx
mid chihl, left Friday for Kohala. where
they will give two perfotinaiicesaud then
proceed to Mnui
place, S itunlay morning from the Ro
man Catholic church.
Captniu F.dwnrd Frederick Cameron
for many years n lending figure in ship
ping circles in the Islands and the well
Averv tlelii-htful dance was uiven nt known Hoiiolitlu pilot died nt his home
thel'epeekeo Hall on last Friday night j i" Honolulu on Monday night of last
by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. IIor.su ill. Mr. weck ""0I" n seVL're nl,ack of locomolcr
Ilorswill is the popular engineer of Pe
peekeo Sugar Co.
Mrs: Richard Nelson, fortneily Miss
F.lleu Todd, who has been visiting her
father, Will. A. Todd, mid family for the
pist week, returned 011 Friday last to her
home in Honolulu.
W. P. Fennel!, formerly of Puunliiu,
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lIlll, mil now ll-lill-a-cuiiiii: 111c minimi ... . i t ,
. ., , 1 1 .in 1 the increasing interest in Hawaiian se-
Life Insurance Co., has been 111 Ililo nml , .. " . . . . ,
vicinity for the past ten tlnys in the in
terest of his company.
ataxia. He served nt one time its master
of the Kinati and brought to Ililo in that
vessel the Hawaiian Commissian in 1898.
Several Honolulu business men who
have lately tnken trips to windward
sneak with admiration of the handsome
I iirpniisrs of Peck's bank at Ililo and the
National bank at Wailuku substantial
evidences of prosperity. As indicating
curities 011 the mainland, the arrival on
Friday last of n financial ngent for a
three.mmilhs' look over the iirnuiid is
Miss Margaiet Cation, who ha liecn I 0 , lo JC wcicoiiil.-IIniioiiilH
!:.! t 1 st r lnnn... TT..1.-,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Rossnt Ilnka
lau, accouipaiiietl lier father Robert
Cattou on Saturday to the Volcano house,
where they are now guests.
We still take in exchange old machines
for New Singers, Call mid see or phone
Moses & Raymond. Phone 178.
.Mrs. A. II. Lindsay of Houokaa is occu
pyiug Frank Johnson's place nt Wnitnea,
where she and her children nre making
quite a stay. The Misses Verre mid
Lndloff Ilrothcrs have made some ex
tensive improvements to their restaurant
nbove the Ililo llakery. They have ac
quired the lease of the upper floors of the
Kconoun'c Shoe Co., which they have
converted into ladies mid gentlemen's
dining room, cutting nil nrch between
their present premises nml their new
cpinrters. The ejitraice to the cafe re
mains the same, by means of a stairway
through the confectionary store and ice
Louise Greenfield are her guests.
If you wish your coffee to bring the 1 cream parlors,
highest market prices let lite Ililo Coffee -
Mill clean, classify nml place the same on lluntlilges NlM'tletl.
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Ililo Agricultural Society will be held at
the office of Chas. Furiieaux on Saturday
next at 10 o'clock it. m. All members
are requested to be present.
M. Kekino Kenlawaa has announced
his intention to run as an independent
candidate for Representative. Mr. Kea
lawaa is the present representative from
Puna tlistrict, but is now residing in Wni-akea.
R. C. Ilrown, U. S. Immigration In-'
spector, was a Ililo visitor last week, '
making the trip on business connected
with Chinese work. Mr. Ilrown took the
leading role in the Slid Pasha perform
ance in Honolulu.
Chas. W. llaldwiu, normal inspector,
who is making his first tour of the
schools for the present term, spent lat-t
week in Ililo as the guest of Mr. nml
Mrs. !:. I). Hahlwin. He left Monday
for Kau ami Kona.
Owing to his nomination as Republi
can candid ite for Representative, II. L.
Holstein of Holiala has resigned as chair
man of the Registration Hoard for the
Mrs. Messick in charge of the Waiakea
Mission is in need of cotton bandages for
The regular quarterly meeting of the ,,,. nt tne settlement. The finances of
the Mission will not permit the purchase
of Hut or prepared b milages for this put
pose, anil the dispensary is daily in need
of bandages. A great deal of work of
this character unknown to the general
public is being done under the super
vision of the settlement, nnd Mrs. Messick
requests peraons having old sheets or
clean cotton goods for which they have
no further use, to give such material to
the Mission, which can be utilised nt an
advantage nl Waiakea.
I New postal cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
i "Kona coffee," our own roast, guaran
teed free from all adulteration. L. Tur
I ner Co., Ltd. 4-tf
I Keep your clothes in shape by using
I "Good Form" clothes hangers Moses &
Raymond have them.
j How To Avoid Tiik Danoiihs oiw
' Cot.n. Ivvervone must reali.e the dan
gers attending n severe cold, nnd that it
is always prudent to remain iiwloors un
til the danger is p-used. Many, however,
do not feel able to lose the time nnd will
be interested in knowing that n severe
THE OLD RELIABLE
second district. Governor Carter has cold may be broken up and all danger
appointed K. K. Naipo. avoided by the prompt use of Chamber-
, , . . lain'sCough Remedy. It not onlv cures,
i he wedding or Iv. C. Peters, Deputy ijul cllrcs quickly anil counteracts nny
Attorney General, nnd Miss Mapuaiin 1 tendency toward pneumonia. For sale
Smith occurred oil last Tuesday at II0110- by Ililo Drug Co.
lulu. The groom is well known ill Ililo -
and Miss Smith is the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Smith. '
Henry 1'. Ileckley, sou of Admiral
MiHiheau, was n Ililo visitor last week,
having returned from nn extended vaca
tion in Honolulu. He left yesterday up
the mountain trail for Huuiuiilu Sheep
Station, where he is employed as u ranch
man. Mis Margaret Luui, the Chinese girl
who is well known in Ililo and Honolulu,
is reported to be taking 11 course as a
trained nurse at St. Helena, Cal., Sani
tarium. Recent visitorsat the Sanitarium
report that she is progressing rapidly in
her work and will shortly graduate from
that institution with honors.
Prince itml Princess Kawmnuakrn nml
Mr. nml Mrs. C. W. C. Deirin' of Chi
c.igo expected lo arrive in Hllo by the
last Kiuau 011 a tour around Hawaii on
Mr. Deeriug's elegant auto touring car.
Owing, however, lo I'liuee David being
empanelled us 11 juior in Judge Gear's
court, the trip has been delayed, 1
7UW IS NO SUBSTITUTE
niAMiin at (.Amour nimini.
Fa I her Slepheii 11 Former Ililo Hoy I'lajs
Father Jmnes who has been assisting
Father Adrian in the Si. Mary's Catholic
Church, returned 011 last Friday to Hono
lulu. He is Provincial of the Hawaiian
tliocese, being next in authority lo Ilishop
Libert. During his slay in Ililo he
caused many extensive improvements
to be made to the Church pro
perly, constructing n substantial stone
wall on two sides of the lot and laying a
cement walk on llrltlge and King streets.
The uicmhcrs of this parish have n warm
spot in their hearts for Father Jmnes,
who some fifteen jcars ngo was in chaige
at Ililo. Pending the tetuin of Father
Oliver, Who is now in llelglum, Father
Slepheii who arrived Wednesday from
Honolulu, will assist in the work here.
Father Stephen is one ofthe youngest men
lo assume the priestly garb, and was only
been ordained three years ago. He is 11
former Ililo joung man, being then
known as Pete-Alaucaster nnd residing
with his parents nt Waiuaku. He at
tended the public schools mid later en
tered St. Louis College, Honolulu sub
sequently graduating from the Theologi
cal Seminary, nt Lourniu, llelgiiim.
lllln Cotillion Club.
At nn executive committee meeting of
the Ililo Cotillion Club, held last Thurs
day afternoon, it was decided to hold Ihc
next dance lo be given oil Friday even
iug, October 7th, at the commodious
pavilion which Mr. 15. X. Holmes erect
ed adjoining his home in I'liueo. Mr.
and Mrs. Holmes, who nre members,
kindly tendered to the Club the use of
the pavilion for that occasion. The
names of J, I). Kennedy and V.. II. Moses
were presented for membership and nre
In be voted upon at a general meeting to
be held nt the Hoard of Trade rooms next
Monday afternoon, nt . o'clock. All
uiembeis nre requested to be present.
The Club is now out of debt mitl in n pros
The following committees were ap
pointed for the coming dance:
Refreshment; Miss Vettable, Miss
Sumner nnd Mr. S. Grace.
Decoration: Mrs. Marsh, Miss Kutoli,
Miss Schmidt, Mr. O. F.nglish, Mr. J. C.
Ridgway and J. U. Smith.
i'i:iT, Tin: I'ltowi.mt
Vt Mil I'nllce
A l'lonsliie; Program.
Tlie ladies of the First Foreign Church
011 Inst Friday night in the Sunday School
rooms, gave a church social which was
well attended by the young people as
well ns the older members of the congre
gation. A delightful musical program
had been arranged under the supervision
of Mrs. Lewis, which was much enjoyed.
Miss Kalheritic Westervelt rendered n
well executetl piano solo and Airs. R. T.
Moses gave a pleasing violin selection.
Miss Florence Hill charmed her audience
with n vocal solo, which received much
applause. Mrs. Turner and tiny Gertrude
were thoroughly enjoyed in a piano duct,
as were also Mrs. Lewis and Miss Fsther
Lyman. Refreshments were later served
mid n .social evening spent by those who
were fortunate enough to be present.
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For Faithful l'tTformaiice.
No man likes to give his personal se
curity for the honesty nnd faithful per
formance of the IjlI friend on earth.
Why then should nny person desiring to
obtain a bond us a trustee, receiver, ad
ministrator, executor, guardian or any
position of a fiduciary capacity, impose 011
n man's friendship to gie his personal
security for his good behavior, especially
when there nre bonding companies such
as the Pacific Surety Company who daily
accept such risks at a nominal cost. For
further information and blanks apply to
12. K. Richards, agent, Hawaiian Trust
Co., Ltd., Ililo.
l'lnus lor Ililo .lull.
Architect Oliver G. Trtiphagcn, of
Honolulu, has in hand the desigp for the
Ililo Jail. Owing to Mr. Traphagen's ill
ness and absence at the coast, the com
pletion of tlie plans has been delayed.
It is expected however that the pre
liminary sketches will be ready within
ten days, when a copy will be furnished
the Ililo Hoard of Trade,
The latter body recommended a jail
Hide Itml Seek
Although Sheriff Andiews has put
three additional men on the night watch
lo circumvent the thicken thiol, who has
lceii making effective ruldsiipon chicken
coops in the jmM six weeks, he falls to
overhaul him. Fete the Prowler goes
barefoot and carries sundry gittniysacks
in which he stores his game. His foot
prints have been seen and while, he was
lint looking, some natives going early to
work Friday morning came upon some
of his plunder, ten fancy chickens be
longing to II. F. Schoeii. Il appears an
other call had been made upon
School's coo), nud two Portugueses lads
employed at Amaiila saw two bags con
taining chickens early in Ihc morning of
Friday, near tlie stone crushei on Ihc
Wailuku river. They called two natives
who weie passing who proceeded to take
possession. These weie J. K. Aplki, Jr.
mid Kaheiatt, who ate employed at
Kaumaii.i. Apiki look his bag of chickens
to his own home in Pillien ami Kabelaii
presented his shnreof the booty lo Unit
loi, a well known Hawaiian resident of
When the police arrived, Uiuuloi had
turned his chickens into his own yard,
after removing the Sclioeii leg bands and
amputating n toe of each hen. On n
count of heads, Schoeii recovered only
eight of his missing flock, nml Ctniloi
will now hnve to explain what he did
with the others. I). Lycurgus.inid Chan,
the attendant at the Klks' Club, both re
port additional losses of chickens.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
Churgctl Willi Wood Stealing.
A case which has Ik-cii attracting con
siderable attention in legal mid business
circles, is the case of larcencv ill the first
degree against II. K. Ilensley, charged
with appropriating to his own use 115
curds of wood belonging lo the Ililo
Railroad. According to the complaint,
it appears thai Ilensley was accustomed lo
putchasing from various parlies in Olan,
quantities of wood which he shipped
over the Ililo Railroad. It is claimed
that 115 cords of wood cut into lengths
belonging lo the railroad nnd piled ulong
side their trncks was shipped by him to
Honolulu as his own property. The
trial has been in progress for Tour days
before District Magistrate Hnpai. II. L.
Ross appears for the Territory and Le
lllond & Smith for the defense. The
prosecution resletl their case and the de
fendant promptly moved for a dismissal
which motion after being taken under
consideration for several days, was tlis
nllowed Saturday morning by Judge
Hnpai. Tlie case is set for Wednesday,
when the defense will be heard.
lie Used High Life.
Two Japanese, Okinaga Keuaoka nnd
Hiratsukn Kutaro were endeavoring to
break a horse to drive single on Front
streetlast Friday morning, and when the
animal refused to budge applied 11 quant
ity of "high life." This is .1 volatile liq
tiid which evaporates like ether, when
exposed to the air, ami when applied to
the skin gives n sensation of freezing.
Animals go wild when even a small
quantity of high life is thrown upon them,
and invariably run or smash things lo
get away from tlie .stinging ofthe drug.
The animal in question was not slow in
responding to the high life application
and proceeded to run down Front street,
narrowly averting sevcrul collisions nud
filially dumping out the occupants ofthe
cart in front of the Ililo Mercantile Co.
Aside from several bruises nml three
broken teeth, the Jnps suffered no serious
injuries. They were immediately put 1
under arrest, and the $ to bail was for
feited in the Police Court yesterday.
MAILS ARRIVK IN HONOLULU AND DI'.PART ,S FOLLOWS
Vessels whose names appear OVKR the date AKKIVH from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear IIF.I.OW the date DF.PART for the Coast. f
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (t) To Colonies; ft) To $
Victoria; It. C! (J) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinati departs from Ililo for Honolulu tverv Friday at 10:00 a. in. f
S. S. Manila Loa'smnil closes in Ililo on Salurilin s nml Tuesdays marked j
(X) al 3:15 p. m., arriving in Honolulu at daylight tiiree days later.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
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.
Ken-Ivor Tor Williams Jc Co.
Last Tuesday morning Judge Parsons
granted tlie petition in equity of Cecil
Ilrown, mm of the partners of the firm of
II. L, Williams & Co., manufacturers of
the celebrated Kuwaiakekua Volcai o
water in Puna, wherein lie prayed lor a
dissolution of the partnership mid the
appointment of a receiver. Ridgway &
Ridgway represented tlicplaiiitifT and II.
L. Ross appeared 011 behalf of the re
spondtnt, Williams. Ily agreement of
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site on the Kauamana road, about a mile I """J- " n" -" .-
n,I.,a ntiil tin Iitie Itewiit niitlifici luil lm lliu
nl.nv.oHUn. I.llt il is ll,l,.r.ln,l n. I "'"' """'""" ""- ""....,"-
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government ofTiculs prefer the present
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
NEW TRIMHING LACES
IN ALL WIDTHS
L. Turner Co.
site in the heart ofthe city.
Cinch Club Reorganizes.
T1l,. lri.li.w of till. I'liwl, fllll. 1111. 1 Wt
! Friday afternoon at the home of Aire. C. I Another Smash Up.
A. Stobie. when officers for the new year I . A" "iiDrokcn pony attached to a
were elected and several matters affect-jci,t "ml 'Iriveu by Manuel Morise , J
iug the organization determined upon. '"''"l I"1"1 "" K'L Young, Olaa, return-.
Mrs. H.L.Shaw was chosen nresidimt illgfrouitliefuiier.il 1111 I'riday became,
Court to dispose of tlie plant and wind up
the business. All property belonging to
the company is to be sold nl public auc
tion on December 1st.
and Mrs. O. II. Gere, secretary.
I stead of semi-monthly meetings, it
unmanageable 011 Waiauueiiue stteel.
I Tlie rig ran into n City Stables hack
I standing at the curb, near the telephone
1 office and completely dished tlie inside
hack wheel next to the walk. Mr. .Mo-
ileculeil to Hold tiieir gatherings every
three weeks, without prizes. The next
! reuular meeliui; will bent the home of
I.Mrs. J. T. Lewis. I'riday inuruuuit "- promptly tiuulu kw1 U ilamnKC
I October 14th. --.
J '- I I'lrst Foreign ('liurcli.
, Kiiinu llriiiirliircs. ! SilllUllh October a, 190411 a. 111.,
j Mrs. M.Aina.J. 1'. C. Hagens, R. C. ' ia ransom for many," Mk. 10:45. Tlie
Ihown, Mrs. K. Hoffman, J. P.iuoa, .Sacrament of the Lord's Sidiper will be
1'allier Jomes, Prof. Zamloch, C. Zaiu-, diiiiiiisteretl in connection with the
loch, Win. Marks wife mid child, Mrs. morning service.
John Richardson, Mrs. R. Nelson, A. W. 7:3 . m.Map talk mt India.
Keech.J. Wukefield, Kli.is Kaina, Mrs.' Wednesday, September sS, 7 :,y p. in.
McGregor Deacon. II. Deacon, Dr. C. Mid-week service preparatory to the up-
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Keilllll nun wile, itirs. v.. n, uihiihmiii, ., ,,! ,.,, 1
Mrs. II. It. Hntev, J. V. Crawley, W. j ' " .-.
Williamson, John T. Hrowu, Miss Anna, , , , , ,
Rose. G. Lowell, li. Y. Hhecier, J. tie Subscribe for the Iriiiiink.
Veer ami wife, I', J. Hare. ion fJ.5 P-r year.
I'OR RATHS, IILANKS, 1?TC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AGNNT INTKR-ISLANI) TKLH
GRAPH CO., HILO.
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Koa Lumber in small mid large ijuanti
ties', well seasoned,
I'uriiilure made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind nl
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop
: Apply to OSH G. S1CRRAO.
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