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rHtf WEUKLY HtLO TKIBUKK, HILO,
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OCl'OBJtR 18, tgo.4.
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NV.v Kline, "lltncn" - Wall N'ichoWCo.
m.. u.n" Wrd and children of Olaa I
will return on Hit l'alls of Civile.
W. tlnrrv Slein. foimerly of Ililo,
a conductor on the Rapid transit line in
(Jen. Host unit wife and Ml" Madeline
Kt4 of ttnkiilMii me stu ylliK nt the Vol
V. S. MoLeii 11 imii wife -uul Mis. Anna
McLean returneil from the Volcano
Manager llidgood of the Volcano
House says they have not hint an inch of
ralil for ten davs.
Semi ns your name ami address 11ml
we will mall free to you each nionth, a
l'nshioil Sheet of the "Itutterick"
fathers Otto, l'anl. Adrian nml Ulrich
went to Honolulu l'riday last to attenil
the annual spiritual retreat of the Catho
Miss Caroline Totter returneil on
Saturday on the S. S. Kuterpriie from
Oakland. Oil., where she has hecn spend
ing her summer vacation.
"Good I'ortn" clothes hangers keep
your clothes pressed and in shape. Moses
it Raymond have them for both Ladies
nnil Gentlemen. Phone 17s-
The attention ol candidates is called to
the maiinerof uppoiutmentof election in
spectors nud to itemized sworn statements
of expenses. See notice in this bsue.
Phil Heidt, formerly with the Owl
Drug Co.. Ililo, has hcell appointed book
keeper for W. C. Peacock it Co. at Itouo
kna. succeeding W. C. Cook, resinned.
Prince and Princess Kawnnankoa, C.
V. Dccriug and wife, and chauffeur
Capt. Jurgstroir, who made up the
automobile jiarty, returned on l'riday's
Kiuati to Honolulu.
Mrs. A. 11. Homer of .San l'rancisco,
Cnl. arrived on the Knterprise Saturday
011 business regarding her late husband's
estate. Her sou is assistant bookkeeper
in II. Hackfelil & Co.
C. Akai, the l'ront street merchant,
assigns to C. Cnslcndyk for the benefit
of his creditors. Assignee's sale occurs
1 o'clock Saturday at Guiney's Sales
Hooiu, l'ront Street.
Honoinu Smith, engineer "l Itonomu
Plaiitatiou. has resigned to accept a losi
lion the California Construction Co., San
Francisco. A. W. Kcech, who has been
representing the Honolnhi Iron Works,
1'resh racket gut, fresh tennis halls by
mail. Wall Nichols Co.
A party of Kohnlaites. consilium of
Mrs. 15. H. Oldiug, Miss Maud Oldiug,
Kdwin Oldiug, Mrs. Geo. Oldiug, Miss
ICatheriue Oldiug, Robt. Hall, Kllen
Hall and Miss Grace liryand are spend
ing two weeks at the Volcano House.
Mrs. Ilrldget Rojas, the Porto Rican
woman lawyer, well known in the local
police court where she has defended many
a fellow countryman, is about to deptrt
for San Francisco, leaving either on the
Knterprise or by way of Honolulu Friday.
Frank Woodbridge, who on July 31,
190.2 disappeart'd Irom Honolulu leaving
a shortage ol f-J.ooo with his employers
M. Phillips it Co. was discovered aboard
the V. Sheridan last week Saturday, en
route to San Francisco. He was arrested
and will be relinked to answer the charge
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on 1
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
A decree of foreclosure of mortgage
has been granted by Judge Robinson up
on the petition of II. Hackfelil & Co.
Ltd. vs. W C. Achl, Kapiolani Kstate.
Ltd. W. R. Castle and J. M. Monsarrat
ordering the sale of all the vast ranch
lands in South Kona including live stock,
dairy, tools and implements. Sale as per
advertisement November nth. at Hono
Aged in Wood
CHt'KCII ST., IIII.O. HAWAII
The S S. Knterprise will sail prouiptly
't o'clock Sunday morning.
The Hilo Chess CI11I1 meets tonight nt
thciesiileuce of Mr. and Mrs. It. ('.(.re.
Genuine Porto Rlcan cigars are a
lllvllrv mill rim 1w lirwl Frtit 'IV 11. lint!.. I
& Co., I.td.
Mrs. W. II. Lambert who has been visit
ing Los Angeles and southern California
returned by the Knterprise on Saturday.
Miss Margaret Cation, after spending
six weeks with friends ill II do and
vicinity, returned to Honolulu on Friday.
Delicious butter, I 4 lb. squares. L.
Turner Co., Ltd. 4a-tf
The l'alioa Republican Club was formed
last week with twenty.five members. M.
A. Ojuiiin, President; Judge Win. Kmiinu,
Miss Mary Deyo, after spending her
summer vacation at Lake Tahoe and San
Francisco, returned to Hilo last Saturday
on the Knterprise.
Roderick Ross ol Pnna, who has been
on his ranch in Santa Clara county, Cal
for the past two months, returned on the
Mrs. T. A. Dranga and smalt son, who
have been visiting ill Alameda, Cnl., for
the past five months, returned on the
Enterprise Saturday morning.
Rev. S. L. Desha, at the urgent request
of II. P. Baldwin, has gone to Maui to
con veil the voters in that Home Rule
stronghold to republican faith.
Hitls for the construction of the 14
mile road, n to 151 mile Olna road
and the extension of Peck road are called
for by Superintendent Ilolloway.
Miss Margaret Tutt of Los Angeles,
Cat. who arrived Saturday on the Knter
prise, will make a two 1110111113 visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert at Waiakea.
Agent R. T. Guard received a cable late
yesterday afternoon that the S. S. Knter
prise would make a return trip to Hilo
within a week after her arrival at the
A quick dispatch of mail to the coast
by the S. S. Knterpriee Sunday morning
will close one hour beforcshe sails. Coast
mail will be forwarded by the Knterprise
instead of the Kiuau Friday.
Distinct shocks of earthquake were
felt by Hilo residents at 10:30 Wednesday
light. 9 a. im. Thursday, and Friday
morning ut 3:40. It is reported that the
smoke lias cleared from Kilatlea crater.
The necessary ire for the construction
if the additional lilteeu miles of tele
graph line from Waitnea to Puako, the
wireless station, will arrive by the Kiuau,
which will complete the telegraph line to
ClIAMM'KI.AlN'.S CouV.II RKMKDV
Cukks Coi.DS. This remedy acts on
nature's plan, allays the cough, relieves
the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions, unit aids nature in restoring
the system to a healthy condition. It is
famous for its cures over a large part of
the civilized world. For sale by Ililo
Ding Co. -
Politics Wiirmhig l'p.
The Hilo fish market has been resound
ing of tatc with campaign oratory. Chas.
N'otley and Jonah Ktimalae entertained a
cw friends and some others there Friday
night. When interrupted by T.J. Rvau,
the Olaa statesman, with an" inquiry re
garding his record in the Hilo custom
uouse, Charley got mad and "came down
from the platform, threatening to put a
head on his tormeiiter.
Saturday the Democrats held full swav.
with Lellloud in command, ami John
llaker, Frank Woods, David Kwaliko,
N'alelehua, Henrv West and others
.mumling Democratic doctrine.
liolf (Mull Rules.
At the meeting of the Golf Club Satur
day night it was decided to purchase a
mammoth lawn mower and a horse for
use on the golf field. A uniform price of
ten cents per round for a caddy was de
cided imoil.llllll cuddies fnrliiilfln In ki.II
balls to players, as bus beeu the practice. 1
Heucefortliall balls found must be turned '
111 to Mr. Grace, captain of the field, to
whom all complaints should be made.
First r'orolu'n Ohuii'li.
Sabbath, Oct. 23, 1904 1 1 a. m "Take
heed lest every man deceive you," Mk.
13.6. 7:30 p. m., "John Huss, the Ho
Tuesday, Oct. 18, 3:15 p. m. Regular
meeting of the Woman's Hoard in the
Church parlors. Mrs. Severence will J
speak on the Social Settlement work at ,
THE OLD RELIABLE
'Unit I'liiiniiis iitnu'ii On m c.
On .Suniliiv, Sept. 25th, llir bins from
(lie Parker Ranch nitil it pick-up nine
played n thrillinggame oflmscbrtll, which i
resulted in n score ol 27 In 6 in fnvor of!
'the riilichtut'il. 'J'heie was Included
the visiting nine, players from Hamnkua,
Hilo and Olna, and Xniiiloch the F.Iks
pitcher assisted. There are several ver
sions of the cniise of the ignominious de
feat, some attributing the score to .am
loch's bad pitching, while others claims
his balls were too swift. Jack Vauatta
iglves the most platisablc reason, alleging
that the visiting nine had not practiced
and were on strange grounds. In an
open letter to the llnlletin of recent date,
"I see in your columns that the crack
players of Hilo were included in the
nine. I wish to contradict the statement
ns there was no such thing. We players
from Hilo wish to extend our appreciation
to Wnluiea for being called the crack
players of the Rainy Citv, but we do not
consider ourselves ns such and cannot
accept the honor Wnimea has bestowed
Now in conclusion I wish to say that
if Wnimea would like to have a game
with the crnck plnycrs of Hilo, they can
have it at auv time convenient. I'll
promise that they will give them a run
for their money. Will play for anything
down to n marble. Wnimea, don't crow
Honokaa, Oct. 5, '04.
A Juvenile (J lobe Troller.
Commodore Jack, the 14 year old son
of Agent R. T. Guard of the Matsou Line
was a returning passenger 011 the S. S.
Knterprise. In May last Jack as the
guest of Capt. Ilarrou of the American
Hawaiian steamer American took a voy
age to New Vork, traversing the 14,000
miles of ocean in safety. The young
traveler's experience was written up in
the New York nud Philadelphia papers,
and after n brief stay with an Uncle in
the New York metropolis, the young
map was put n1oard 11 train and went to
the St. Louis Fair. He made the journey
overland alone to San Francisco where
he met Capt. Wm. Matson, hisgoiMathcr.
who gave him the best accommodations
that the good steamer Knterprise afford
ed, nnd after journeying with the vessel to
Honolulu, landed in Hilo Saturday morn
ing, a much traveled youth. Jack talks
entertainingly of his trip ami delights to
entertain his boy friends, as well as his
elders, with accounts of his travels.
Roglsleied 11 1 Volcano House.
During the week there were registered
at the Volcano House: Mr. ami Mrs.
C. W. Deeiing, Miss Mullen, Miss Sulli
van, of Sail Francisco; Mr. K. W. Abbot,
J. N. Abbot, Iloslon; D. G' Lloyd, J. T.
Lloyd, Cincinnati; Mrs. J. 12. Higgins,
Honolulu; Prince ami Princess David
Kawananakna; L. A. Andrews, Wm.
Weight. II. K, Martin, Hilo; Mrs. K. K.
Oldiug, Miss Maud Oldiug, Kdwiu Old
iug, Mrs. Geo, Oldiug, Miss ICatheriue
Oldiug, Robert Hall, Miss Klleu Hall
nud Miss Grace ltryanl, Kohala; Joseph
Rust, Papaikou; Geo. Ross and wife, ami
Miss Madeline Ross, Hakalati; W. S.
McLean, wife and Mrs. Anna K. McLean,
Ililo; Miss C. M. Grceuwell, Kealakekua.
Weather warm, clear and dry.
Kinuii Departures Out. 14.
Rev. J. Kekipi, Rev. S. L. Desha,
Mrs. J. K. Aknti, Peter Lee and sou,
Miss Murgart Cation, M. Takemoio,
Father Paul, Father Otto, Father Adrian,
Father Ulrich, Aug. Hamburg, Wm. A.
Clark, Jas. R. llergstraui, F. L. Rich
mond, G. M. Abbott, J. M. Abbott. D.
Conway, Mrs. J. T. Wright and child, C.
W. Deering and wife, Jared Smith, Capt.
Jnrgstroff, Prince and Princess Kuwait
iiuakoa, J. D, Kennedy, J. W. Mason,
Miss A. Sullivan, Miss M. F. Mullen.
Mt-N. John Knl Dies.
Mrs. John Kai, for many years a well
known resident of Hilo, died at the Hilo
; Hospital Saturday morning at 4 o'clock
f . iarvlll.jt!, ...
lrom. cuU 'ar iritis,
hich caused an
attack of heart failure. The funeral.
which took place Sunday morning from
the Catholic Church, was largely attune W.
Mrs. Kai was about 70 years of nge, born
in Kau. She was the mother of sixteen
children, of whom, besides her husband, 1
there survive her: Kalauia Kai, Mrs. Ka- j
liana, Mrs, F. A. Medcalf and John Kai, I
, Itft'oril Trip to Ililo.
V. S. Ward, manager of Olaa Store,
J who arrived Saturday on the S. S. Hnter-1
' holds the palm for the quickest trip from 1
(San I'raucisco to Ililo, having made the
journey by way of Honolulu in 7 (lavs
and 27 hours. Arriving 011 the Siberia '
Thursday morning, after spending a day
in Honolulu transacting business, Mr.'
Ward met the Knterprise outside of the 1
harbor and came direct to Hilo, which is I
the record trip thus far made from the
1 coast to this port. ;
Kiuau Arrivals Oct. p.', ItKil. '
W. I. Madeira, C. I,. RadclilV, Henry
Deacon, K. II. Cant, 1'. I,. Richmond,
Mrs. Kekoa and son, Mrs. W. (. Key
stone and Daughter, I'. A. Medcalf, Man
jChong, W.G. Keystone, J. K. Higgins
I and wife, Miss 1'. Thomas, Rev. laea, J. '
M. Sass, D. 11, Maconachie, Miss A. T. 1
Sullivan, Miss M. I'. Muller, J. I'jl.lyod,
IK. G. I.lyod, O. M. Abbott, , I. M. Abbott, 1
1 Miss Thayer, Miss Gertrude Thayer. j
j Subscribe for the Tkuiunh. Subscri
I tiou f 2,50 per year.
Afternoon lens iltt now the vogue with
the society folk; On Saltinlav iifternooii
delightful tea" was leiulerid to the
Misses Thayer ol Oakland liy Mrs. Jus.
in i Sissou nnil Miss 1). Sumner. The icceiv-
iug party were assisted hv IMisses Harriet
Hitchcock, Scott, Pomeroy, Venahlennd
On next Friday afternoon the ladies
residing at the Hilo Holel will give 1111
afternoon reception from 3 to 6 in the
hotel parlors nnd latiai, The hostesses
will be Mrs. Chas. Furiieniix, Mis. A. S.
Lellarou Gnrney, Mrs. Giten Henry Gere,
Mrs. Win. 'Henry Smith, Miss Caroline
Potter and Miss Mnry Frank Potter.
The Silent and Union barber shops
have joined forces and will occupy the
enlarged uremises adjoining the Union
billiard Parlors on Waiaiiucnuc street.
Uncle Sam Shaw has moved his cigar
stand into the billiard Parlors, which
will now be under his control.
The Ilnshaw house
occupied by P. Peck
in Puuco, recently
and family, Ap-
R. T. GUARD.
All accounts due and owing the under
igueil can he paid to J. P. Fernandez,
Jr., wdio is authorized to receipt for same.
46 M. G. SANTOS.
During my absence from the Territory
my brother, Mr. Sheffield Grace, has my
full power of nttorney.
JOHN J. GRACK.
Ililo, Hawaii, Sept. 30, 1904. 49-4
I have this day sold to Wong Wo
Kwai all of my right, title nnd interest in
the Chan Hail Chung Store at Pahoa,
Puna, Hawaii. All accounts against the
business will be paid by Wong Wo Kwai.
Hilo, September 2S, 1904. 49-4
I have icceutly located in Hilo, and
am prepared to clean, repair and tune
instruments, such as pianos, organs
and accordeous. Work promptly and
well done at reasonable rates. Will call
and examine instruments, stating my
charge. Leave word with Carvalho Ilros.,
Crescent City Harbor Shop, Front street,
Hilo. II. H. MILLF.K.
Tax payers are hereby notified that
property taxes, income taxesaud taxesou
vehicles are now due and payable at the
offices of my Deputies 011 this Island, and
that ten per cent, will he added to all
taxes not paid on or before the 15th of
N. C. WILLFONG,
Assessor 3d Taxation Division.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 15, 1904.
C. Akai, merchant, Front street, Hilo,
having executed a deed of assignment to
the undersigned for the benefit of his
creditors, notice is hereby given to all
those indebted to the said C. Akai to
make payment forthwith, and all those
who may have claims to present same
duly verified to the undersigned within
thirty days from date hereof.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. 17, 1904.
The entire stock of Dry Goods nud
Glass Counter cases of C. Akai, merchant,
l'ront Street, Hilo, will be sold on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22
At I o'clock p. nt,, at my Sales Room,
l'ront street, opposite Spreckels' Illock,
lly order of C. Castendyk, Assignee.
A. S. I.KHARON GURNHY, Auc.
Call at Tribune Office
THEJJ!kQ.TRJB"NES MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVK I.N ItONOLULf AND DISPART AS FOLLOWS:
S. M. T.
HClilna Nov. 5
Nov. I 'Coptic
1 Vessels whose
names appear OVKR the dale ARRIVK from the Coast.
iiames appear 1IKLOW the date DKPART for the Coast,
f Vessels () To Sim I'mimUm- f 'IV. r.l, .:..., . n t.
a Victoria; It. C;
f S. S. Kinnu d
(i) To Yokohama.
enarts from Hlln for
h. h. Mauna Loa'stnail closes in Ililo on Saturdays and Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 2.15 P- in., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days Inter.
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BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE,8T0GKS 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.
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White Shirt Waists," Derby"
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IN ALL WIDTHS
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l'urniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ot
furniture. Prices moderate.
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