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The union meeting held at 'I""1
Chinch Sunday evening was well at
ti'iiiU'd. Geo. II. Robertson of lite fit til of C.
.Ilrewcr . Co. returned to Honolulu oil
Mr Potter nml daughter returned
fioin :i visit to Mrs. Geo. C. Watt ut
J. R. ltergtrom. representing the well
known Honolulu music house. It ill the
city on business.
It. F. Srhneu is smilingly hippy, being
the lirouil father of nnolhcr propectivc
voter, Imrit Tuesday innrntiiK
MIm I.ouic Howard of School street
went to Honolulu on Friday's steMtner
for two month's visit with frieniK
New ganie,"lluuco" Wnll Nichols Co.
John Kni, Jr. nml William Downer
leit last Friday for Honolulu to attend as
I'rof. Zamloch and hit eouiuuy nic
showing this week on Maul.
Delicious hutter, I 'i lb. squares. L.
Tutner Co., I.til. 4tf
The llks' picnic to l'uim scheduled
forln't Sunday, ha! been indefinitely
M. S. Cunario Is building for himself
nml finally an eight room cottage on
W. H. Field of Oakland, Cnl special
agent of the F.tpiitable Life, returned to
Honolulu on Friday.
Old l'ort wine, aged in wood nnd ab
solutely pure, Is sold hy Hoirschlnrger
Co.. Ltd., for $1.5 per gallon.
The total iiumher of registered voter
nt the close of the registration on Satur
day night at 10 o'clock was 1614.
Communication hy win-less from St.
Louis to Chicago has now )ccu establish
TO THE TRIBUNE
iConlluiled ftoill l'nge line. 1
Lnlesl Niignr (Juolalloiix.
New Yoik, Oct. 10. Sugar: 90 deg.
ceuliriigal, 4.255 cents; 88 analysis;
heels, lis d.
A relic i:peillllitn Sun.
Dundee, Oct. in. Whnlcis arriving
here report the safety of the Amundsen
Washington, Oct. 10. Consul Morgan,
commissioned to establish a United States
Consulate at D.ilny, Manchuria, has been
Russians 1o Tnke 0 lien she.
j St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 10 Kuro.
I pitklu has issued an address to the Rus
isi.ni urniy saying that the time to advance
I has arrived.
jurors in the 1'nited States District Court. 1 -'d. and thetest made was found to he most
F. A.MedenUofthc firm of T. n. , MUXl!,su"
D ivies & Co., accompanied by his small I Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pratt, or Oakland.
.1 i.i Ti.iiwitiiiu Vrld.iv mi ! who have been sojourning at the Vol-
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Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Collins nnd two
children, who have been visiting Mrs.
Jules Reinhiidl returned to Honolulu on
Mrs. Julia de Mello, whose services as
a nurse have been much in demand late
ly, left for a visit to Honolulu on last
Friday on account of the illness of her
Postmaster W. I. Madeira left for Ho
nolulu l'ridny, having been summoned as
a witness in the case of Kdwiii Rose,
charged with jarceny from the United
The nrriv.il ot the S. S. Rnttrprise has
b.-eli delned a week, having to
A UUe Murder.
Honolulu, Oct. 9.-On Saturday nt 7
p. ill. Philip Naouc mindered his wife,
shooting her five times. He wnsimeslid
twelve bonis later,
Philip Naone is n messenger in the
office of the United States Public Health
cano House left last 1'rldav oil the Kinau
The Ladies Cinch Club meets next ilmj Mlltjne H0sj,ji:d Service, Honolulu.
rrniny niienniuii hi mime w .urn. j. 1.
Lewis.- All former members wishing to
rejoin are requested! to attend.
The Hnkalnil Store offer to foiward for
inspection an assortment of last year's
fancy goods, which they offer to sell nt
hnrgniu counter prices. See ndv.
Fresh racket gut, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall Nichols Co.
Prince and Princess David Knwnnnna
kea and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. C. Deering.
who lme been touring the Island in the
lattcr's auto car, return to Honolulu
Russians RettiUe Lost Positions.
Mukden, .Manchuria, Oct. jo. The
Russians have advanced nnd recaptured
llentsinpulze and occupied Stiakhe, fif
teen miles south of Mukden.
The RusMnu casualties were slight.
The Japanese lost heavily.
Intei-Mnnil Chess (James
Wireless 11 Stmid-oir.
tow the oil-ship Marion Chilcott to Ho-1 II, H. Mnriuer representing the
110I11I11. Agent Guard expects the steamer mice department of the Hnwniinu
A second-hand Studebaker top-buggy
can be purchased for J50. Inquire of
There is no truth in the rumor of a
shut down in the Hilo Railroad shops. I
All departments of the company's shops j
are running, although with a reduced 1
force of men.
Win. I'. Love, secretary and employee Honolulu, was declared a bankrupt Inst
oftheManafacltirersShoeCo., committed week in Judge Dole's court. He gives
suicide in Honolulu last Wednesd y by his liabilities nt $1656, unsecured, owing
means nfn revolver. No cause is nssiim. ! in Hilo and Honolulu, which he claims
I II SUP
Co., Honolulu, is iu Hilo starting Agent
I. II. Schoen in the work of the new
agency, which is being established here
under the supervision, of 15. K. Richards.
We still take in exchange old machines
for New Singers, Call nnd sec or phone
Moses it Raymond. Phone 17S.
C. I). Pringle, formerly of Hilo, but
employed on the Rnpid Transit Line nt
ed for the deed.
M. J. Keelin, who has been employed
as boilerniakcr at 'the
car .shops, left on l'ridny for Honolulu,
where he will probably locale permanent-'
ly. He was accompanied by his family. .
W. C. Cook, who has been lntely em-'
ployed as bookkeeper for W. C. Pencock
& Co at Ilonokaa, has been compelled to 1
resign his position 011 account of ill 1
health and is at present in the Hilo hos
pital. Dr. M. Wachs, who has been absent on
the Coast, arrived iu Honolulu on the
Sonoma on Wednesday too Jate for the I
Kinau. but made connections with the
S. S. Helene, which brought him to Lau-1
pihoehoe Timidity night.
P.idarewski, the celebrated pianist, who '
is now giving concerts in Australia, cables
to Honolulu asking the prospects for n
cm c;rt iu that city at s admission, lie
was notified that the public might stand
3 a seat, but that Mr. Rufsky's figure
was a little too high.
The Hawaii Promotion Committee at '
Honolulu has received word that the
Cautdiau Pacific have arranged to sell
special excursion tickets from Portland,
Puget Sound and llritish Columbia during
November, December and January at the
rate of ioo for the round trip.
he is unable to pay. Pringle likewise
holds a position ns guager iu the Hono-
Railroad ! itom I louse.
Ciiamiikki.ain's Couc.u Rhmhdy
Curi'.S Coi.DS. This remedy acts on
nature's plan, allays the cough, relieves
the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions, nnd aids nature iu restoring
the system to a healthy condition. It is
famous for its cures over n large part of
the civilized world. I'or sale by Hilo
The Hilo Cotillion Club held its reg
ular monthly soire at the Holmes' resi
dence, Piiueo, utilising the pavilion
erected by Mr. Holmes a short time ago.
The decorations, which were simple,
were made by the committee under the
supervision of J. l Smith. Palatable
refreshments iu the shape of sandwiches
nnd iced tea were served during the even
ing. The music was furnished by
Carvalho's quartette and the dancing
continued till past midnight.
According to the Star, the Hilo-Hono-lulu
chess games by wireless nre beginn
ing to look like drawn games. Iu both
of them the playing is now far advanced
and iu the first game it is practically as
sured that neither side can win. The
moves, carried on by wireless between
the clubs here mid iu Honolulu, have
slowly cleared oil the boaM with honors
even until both sides nre helpless unles
111 error is made, which does not seem
likely on either side.
Tlie second game is not yet so far nd
vanced ns the other and there is 11 chance
for 11 decisive result. Some of the players
are inclined to think Hilo has the better
positions iu this contest, lint the Honolulu
people figure that they v ill come out al
right, lloth games have been carefully
played, mid have shown that there is
much skill nt both ends.
The games are still watched with in
terest by a number of players, and may
lead to mi open tournament, which is con
sidered much better than games played
at n distance. Iu the regular games
pieces must be played on the board, with
out previous handling, while iu contests
by mail or telegraph, contestants may
play several moves ahead and make nil
sorts of experiments. Hence the difficulty
of obtaining n decisive result.
The next meeting of the Hilo Chess
Club is this evening nt the home of J. C.
mifKift Tim:.' Kseii'r.s.
'hllll-st' SlIspiM't lilviH Poller lilt'
Klip ill I'd:.- 1)1 TiMHi.
1 Cninfortnbly senled astride his horse
1 nnd believing; lie was lending to jusiire
the Chinese who has Ix-en robbing Hilo's
hen Kiosts, PiUp.i Rum ilae, 11 policeman
at Keaau marches to town only to find
that his captive hndcttl the rope nnd had
taken to the tall woods. Leoug Pong, 11
Chinese gambler nml character well
known iu police elides, was found on
Saturday last at Kenan trying to dispose
of n quantity of chickens nt .o cents
npiece. He was reaping n harvest among
Potto Rlcau purchasers, when policeman
Kumalae appeared mid look the Oriental
iu custody, together with his stock of
nine hens. Handcuffed nnd lied by a
rope to the pommel of his saddle, Kuma
lae slutted to lead 111" prisoner lo Hilo.
Kumatac made his prisoner walk and
carry the Io.nl of chickens hs evidence
against him. When Hearing Wnlaken
nbotit 12 o'clock noon, the policeman
was nwakeued from his revery by ills
covering that there was no John China
man at the end of his rope. He bravely
fired his revolver iu the nlr three
times nnd then reported the escape to
Deputy Sheriff l'ettcr.
Immediately Capt. l'etler with n squad
of officers repaired to the spot m the Vol
cano ro.iil, where Kumnhe s,dd the
Chitiamaii escaped, hut with the aid of
the'dogs was unable to run him down
The Cliinam in still wears the Depart
ment bracelets and it is stid was seen at
No. 2 Camp, Wninkca mntika, Monday
Out King Store Closes.
The Owl Drug Co., which has been in
financial straits for some mouths past,
was closed on 1'riday by Sheriff Andrews
under two writs of execution, issuing out
of the l'ourth Ciicuit Court, for $1394.22
nnd f 1396. 72 respectively, iu fnvor of the
I'itst Hank of Hilo, Ltd. The proceed
lugs are brought against the Owl Drug
Co., Ltd., n corporation, and against A.
C. McKeuiicy, C. 15. Wright, II. Vicnrs,
George II. Williams mid A. II. Jnckson,
the latter gentlemen being endorsers of
notes ol the corporation. Notice of sale
is given foi November 7U1. Directors of
the company, when seen by nTKUU'NH
representative, assert that the assets of
the concern nre sufficient to meet this nnd
oilier nainiities. hut under lite circum
stances those most deeply interested iu
the company tlid not feel justified iu car
rying on the business further.
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MULJ3HART
MAILS ARRIVIv IN IIONOLULf AND DUPART AS l'OLLOWS:
T. I F. S.
Nevadnn 7 JGaelic
C' Chlnn 8x
4Q Alameda ; If.
lu 14 : Id
Mongolia ("H ' tAorangi (
20 L 22
27 28 "MaiKhu. ,
Vessels whose names nppenr OVI5R the date ARRIVI5 from the Coast.
essfls whose names nppenr 11I5LOW the tlnle DKPART for the Const.
VI 1 . 11 f' !" ,,rs To S"n 1'rancisco; (f) To Colonies; ()
Victoria; II. C; (J) -To Yokohama.
'?.' '" ,U'l,ans fro1" "I'" for Honolulu every l'ridny at losion.
h. h. Milium Lou' mail cjoses iu Hilo on Saturdays nnd Tuesdays ti
(X) nt 2:15 p. in., nrriving iu Honolulu nt davlight three daws later.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATUTOCKS 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.
To Atleutl Spiritual Retreat.
With the exception of Rev. Father
Stephen, now temporarily stationed at
Hilo, nil of the fnthers of the Roman
Cntholic Church of the Territory will
leave for Honolulu on thc'Kiunii next
Friday ill order to attend tlie annual
The Haiku Fruit & Packing Co. of spiritual retreat. On the Sundays during
Ms.il bm itist m.iiinlete.1 its first caunim.' ' Father Adrian's nbsence there will be but
Maui Una just compRUil its iirst cannmi, lwo nnsses jn n,oCnlhoiic church, at 7
season, with 11 total output of 2,000 cases iU),iu o'clock a. m.
of c'tuiied pineapples and jelly, which r
goes forward by the American-Hawaiian
Slcainer Nevadan. The miiuagemeut is
miicli gratified with the first year's work.
"Kona colTee," our own roast, guaran
teed free from nil adulteration. L. Tur
ner Co., Ltd. .12.tr
Keep your clothes in shape hy using
"Good Form" clothes hangers Moses &
Aged in Wood
CIH'RCH ST., - HILO, HAWAII
Approved hy the Court.
The Circuit Courts of the Territory
have expressed their npprov.il of surety
company bonds iu preference to the ob
ligation of personal bout'smeu. Iu all
cases where ofiicers of the court, such ns
referees, receivers, trustees, executors, ad
ministrators, guardians, assignees or per
sons acting iu n fiduciary capacity, re
quiring bonds for faithful performance,
the Courts recommend the procurement
of bonds from it duly recognized bonding
See 15. 15. Richards, Hilo agent of the
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd.
Kinau Departures Oct. 7.
Geo. II. Robertson, A. W. Keech, W.
I. Mndeira, W. Craven, J. F. Craven, M.
J. Keelin, wife and two children, Miss
Keelin, M. O. Reis, Miss Louise Howard,
Mrs. J. de Mello, W. Downer, V. Medc.df
and daughter, Joe Rodrigues, Miss M.
Rodngues 15. L. Ricliliff, Miss M. Kaint,
Miss Johnson, John Kai Jr., C. II. Gray,
Raymond have them
If you wish your coffee to bring the J. R. Collins, wife nnd two children, 15
highest market prices let the Hilo ColTee 15. Hnrtman, I). Clarke, W. II. Field, A
Thoroughbred fox terrier pup. Inquire
of DR. HI5NRV HAYKS.
For Kent, Furnished.
The Nnwnhi collage on School street,
containing six rooms nnd bath.
49-4 RIDGWAY & RIDGWAY.
The Hashaw house
occupied hy P. Peck
in Puueo, recently
nnd family, Ap-
R. T. GUARD.
All accounts due nnd owing the under
signed cnu be paid lo J. P. I'ernande,
Jr., who is nulhoried to receipt for same.
46 M. G. SANTOS.
For the Ladies!
Jersey nnd Ilolstein heifer calves, full
blooded or mixed, if three days old, will
be bought by JIM MORRIS, Hilo.
During my nbsence from the Territory
my brother, Mr. Sheffield Grace, has my
full power of attorney.
JOHN J. ORACH.
Hilt), Hawaii, Sept. 30, 1904. 49-4
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.
Mill clean, classify nnd place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Newhouse, Mr. and Mrs. 15. II. Pratt and
15. II. Woodhouse.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HRE IS MJ SUBSTITUTE
Despite the inclemency of the weather
a large throng gathered l'ridny evening
to listen to Republican orators. The
meeting was scheduled for the Hilo Hotel
grounds but was adjourned to the fish
market, on account of rain. Caudidnte
Hewitt, John T. Il.tker, CarPS. Smith, J.
D. Lewis, A. Fernandez and others spoke
'011 local issues, nil of whom were warmly
Ollie Shipiunn, Frank Woods, John T.
j Ilaker and the candidates for the lower
I house on the Deniocrntic ticket left Wai
pin Sunday night nnd will nrrive iu Hilo
on Wednesday or Thursday. Frank
Woods is running as Democratic candi
dnte for senator Willi Ollie T. Slii'punn.
Saturday night will witness a big Demo,
cratic rally at the Hilo Hotel grounds.
I hereby nuiiouiiCL myself as nil inde
pendent candidate for Representative
from the First District.
J. KF.KINO KIJALA WAA.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 24, 1904.
I have this tiny sold lo Wong Wo
Kwai all of my right, title mid interest in
tlie Chan Il.tti Chung Store nt P.thoa,
Puna, Hawaii, All accounts against the
business will be paid by Wong Wo Kwai.
Hilo, September 28, 1904. 49-4
October .1, 1901. to the' wife of
Schoen,, 11 boy.
I have recently located iu Hilo, and
am prepared to clean, repair and luie
instruments, such as pianos, organs
and nccordeniis. Work piomptly nnd
, well done nt reasonable rates, Will call
and examine instruments, stating my
charge. Lenv2 word with Carvnlho llros.,
Ciescent City llarber Shop, Front street,
I Hilo. II. II. MILL15R.
I'OR RATI5S, IILANKS, I5TC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AG15NT INTI5R-ISLAND TI5LU
GRAPH CO., HILO.
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Koa Lniiiberiu small and large qunnti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply loJOS15 G. SF.RRAO.
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