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'1M1U WUttKf.Y HII.O TRIUUNlt,
HI I.O, HAWAII, TUrtSlJAY,
OCTOIlltK 3j, i14.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Delicious ImlliT. t'j lit. spi (ten. I..
Turner Co l.til. 4a-tf
I IIOX Hall U lllf tICW Ixmlitlg gliment
i Ihe Union llilll.inl Parlors.
Mr. Win, McQunld l visiting In Hllo.
The Knlcrprisc curried 5.S.S4 hunches
nf Imnanas to San I'rnncisco
1 11. Knller nf tlie Honolulu I1011
Wotkshas heen In lilt" representing , lie carem! or rut poison. The health 1
that firm. nulhnritics give notice lo this cfTeet.
Christum cards and hooklcts-w. .n.lo. jMii,,n jionUirnit wiw n Hllo visitor
1905 Calendars ninl Calendar pads ! Friday. Mrs. MniitnrrHt left nil UirKinnii.
W. N. Co.
The latent New Idea Patterns, 10 cents
ench lmve heen received by I.. Turner
Miss Kindle Peck will return lo llilo
on Wednesday from a brief islt to
friends in Honolulu.
4JIH Downer goes nbout these days
with his face wreathed into one glad
koine smile. It's n boy.
Found Near Mooheiitt
tuslc Mold pin wish engraved
InqiilreW Sheriffs otnee. I
K. U.' Richards, Mrs. I.. Schoeti Mid
H. U. Mariner of Honolulu, spent Sun
iloy at the Volcano House. 1
J. A. Scott arrived from the mainland
on the Mongolia last Wednesday and
will return to Hilo this week.
"Kona coffee," our own roast, guaran
teed free from all adulteration. I.. Tur
ner Co., I.td. 4-tf
K. A. VonArnswaldt, sugar boiler nt
Unomea, left for a two months' vacation
on the connt by the Knterprise on Satur
day. The race horse Carter Harrison was
temporarily shipped to the coast on the
Knterprise Saturday to enter the Oakland
O. II. Ore went to Honolulu on Fri
day in regard to the continuance of road
construction under the loan appropria
tions. The Severances have returned from
Seconnet, which has been occupied dur
ing the week by Mr. and Mrs. N. Holmes
Auctioneer Ourney advertises mi
nssignee'8 sale of the groceries and mer
chandise of Kong Ick I.ung, the Front
By in order of the Supreme court the
cost of naturalization herealter in the
Circuit Courts will be fj.oo instead of
fj.jo as heretofore.
Mrs. W. A. Fetter and Mrs. Chas. !)
Green, who have been visiting for the
past four months in San Jose, Cal., return
to Hilo next Wednesday.
Misses Mabel and Gertrude Thayer of
Oakland who have been slopping with
Mrs.Jarret T. Lewis, leave Thursday
morning for the Volcano house.
"Good Form" clothes hangers keep
your clothes pressed and in shape. Moses
& Raymond have them for both Ladies
and Gentlemen. Phone 178.
Rev. J. Iaea ol Wailuku, is occupjing
the pulpit of the Haili Church during
the absence of Rev. S. L. Desha on that
island 011 a campaigning tour.
L. Severance accompanied Mrs. Sever
ance to Spreckelsville, Maui, where the
latter will undergo further treatment
with the N-rays at the I'uunene hospital.
Local golf enthusiasts contemplate
giving a handicap tournament one week
from Saturday on the Club links, the ar
rangements for which are now in the
hands of Captain Grace.
The new armory will be built despite
the smalluess of the appropriation. Supt.
Holloway readvertises in this issue for
bids, and several Hilo contractors arc
figuring on the specifications.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
After transacting certain business
matters, Mrs. A. II. Homer returned to
her home in San Francisco. She was
accompanied by her son Howard, who
lias been employed recently with II.
Hackfeld & Co.
For something cool and refreshing, try
A. II. C. beer. For sale by 1'eacock &
The Hilo ChessClub's next meeting isat
at the home of 1'. M. Madeira next Fri
W. 11. lleers, wife and family, are now
residing 011 Mr. Uecrs' homestead at It
The Masonic Hall Association holds a
IMrk, boar's ( S))CC u.enj, on Saturday afternoon at
11...... . four ,,.,-ioct;.
II. S. H'scrman oPOlaa walked the hot
sands of Klkdom last evening at the reg
ular meeting of the locd lodge.
Subscribe for the TuiMlNK, Island sub
There will be a grand concert and Re
publican rally at the Waiakea boathousc
pavilion next Thursday evening.
The Hilo hospital sufferers are itn
proving. Miss Coau is on the mend and
W. C. Cook expects to be out this week.
Houewives who delight in putting up
guava idly are now in their element for
the luscious fruit is in the height of its
J. M. Hind's thoroughbred stallion
"Nazon," which has been in charge of
W.T. McMauuswill return in a few days
K. Madden and daughter came over
from Kukaiau Wednesday in company
with Mrs. Win. McQuaid, and returned
on Friday's steamer.
Chalmers G. Graham, represeutatiug
the oil house of Leonard & Kllis of Sin
Francisco, is in town shaking hands with
old friends, prior to continuing his
journey to the Orient.
Send ns your name and 'address and
we will mail free to you each mouth, a
Fashion Sheet of the "Ilutterick"
Fashions. Moses & Raymond.
C. L. Wight, president of Wilder S. S.
Co., accompanied by Mrs. Wight, who
have leen rusticating fo- the past two
weeks on the sunny shores and snowy
slopes of Manna Kca, returned to Hono
lulu last Friday from Mahukon.i.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk. Subscrip
tion $2.50 per year.
Mrs. W. II. Shipman, accompanied by
Herbert and Margaret returned from
l'uoo ranch on Friday after a most de
lightful six weeks outing 011 the moun
tain side. Mrs. Shipman left Siturday
to meet Mr. Shipman who isat Kawaihac.
Ciiamiihki.ain's Couch Rkmhdv
Cukics Colds. This remedy acts 011
nature's plan, allays the cough, relieves
the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the
secretions, and 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 Hilo
It. Horn anil wife, Mrs. W. G. Kcy-
ston, Miss Antoinette Keyston, Mrs.J.
Kapiko.J. W.Wright, C. G. Llyod, J.
T. Lloyd, Mrs. A. M. Wilson, G. H.
Gere, K. R. Hendry, Sam Fook, Mrs.
Mary John and 4 children, Archil) ild
MacKillop, C. Sewauo, wife and child,
B. Madden and daughter, Mrs. M, K.
Kuov, Mr. and Mrs. L. Severance, O.
, Scott, F. II. House, Mr. and Mrs. A. II.
Cole, Mrs. Julian Montsarratt, J. C.
Cohen, and C. L. Wight and wife.
nucKT.N Tim:r iii:cii"itiii.I.
I'ollie Hi'piimlmt'iit.-Min'fiMu l.tinil
lug I'lisoiter lit .lull.
At I isl hiie the Hllo Police oveihatll
ed the ubiquitous chicken thief, who for
the past three mouths has been making
midnight depted.itious upon local hen
roosts. This is the nine gentleniin of
road, I.eoug Fong, Chinese, who escaped
from the policeman nt edge of town
when being led by a nlpe from Olaa.
Nine chickens in a lug which he left
were used as evidence against liitu, being
identified by Mrs. Car.ibilho of Waiakea
as some she had lost.
Deputy Sheriff Fetter hns been scour
ing the country for the escaped prisoner
with the nickel plated lnudcuffs on his
wrists. On Friday he was found at Pa
pinion by Akul, police detective,
brought to Hilo Saturday and arraigned
before Judge Hnpai Mond.iv. He had
broken his manacles and carried a long
kitchen knife, the blade sharpened on
either side to a razor-like edge. Three
dm "s were brought against Leung
Fong and Judge Hapai gave htm the
limit of sentence in eich case. Having
confessed to the larceny of the chickens,
he got twelve months, for escaping from
police officer three mouths, for carrying
concealed weapon, a fine of f 30 or two
mouths, making a cumulative sentence
of a je.tr and five' mouths. The Sheriff
is now contemplating bringing a charge
for stealing Department the bracelets,
which Leoug Fong Iniled to return.
Sni'llu Tiller Snileiiri'tl.
Lnu Clm '.it Mdopaiincrof thecilli'.kcii
tiller, who tdgVther with 11 third almond
eyed celestial have been comltiltliiig
small thefts ifJinnl Hilo, was sentenced on
Friday by Jiwlge Ifntmi to one year in
jail for the larrcuv of two Panama hats
I from L. Tumor Co. The thelt orruiinl
nlxml three mouths ago, it is believed in
Dniirr nt Hllo Hotel.
Mrs.J. T. Lewis gave n very delightful
1 dance Friday night nt the Hilo hotel In
honorof the Misses Thayer of Oakland,
who have been visiting in Hilo for the
past two weeks. There was a faiily
large attendance of the society folk who
danced to the time of Mrs. Tracy's music
until one o'clock. Sherbet mid cake
were the refreshments of the evening.
Four rooms, in two-room suites, with
bath, each room opening on crnuda,
pleasantly locilcd. Inquire Tribune
Aged in Wood
1 Thursday, Oct. 20: Filtered, Am. Hark
1 Amy Turner, Warland, master, twenty
I dnys from San Francisco with general
Saturday, Oct. 32: Cleared for San
Francisco, S. S. Kutcrp.ise, Youugreu,
master, 3 passengers, 62 Japanese in
steerage, with cargo as follr.vs: S34 b.igs
sugar, 165 pkgs. hides and tkius, 63,064
lbs. coffee, 5,884 bundles ba 'minis and
cargo of general merchandise.
The Ilnshaw house
occupied by P. Peck
in Piiueo, recently
and family, Ap-
R. T. GUARD.
Xi'Vi YenrV I'nees.
Prepirations ate in progress for the
aiiuuil race meeting in Hilo to be held
.luting the Christmas holidays. A move
ment is on foot to organize a local Jockey
Club, which will include the owners of
some of the fastest racers on the island
turf, as well ns a large number of lovers
of good racing. It is proposed to in
corporate and to take over from the Vol
cano Stables Hoolulu Park, which will be
maintained in first-class condition and
made an uttiaclUc racecourse. Several
additional fast horses are expected down
on the next Knterprise. C. McLcuiion
of Papialoi is importing from the const
"Royal I'" for the New Year's races in
charge of Jockey llurliugamc. John
O'Rourke will bring down "Iron King,"
a well known cor.st racer, and will put
him into training for the winter meet.
All accounts due and owing the under
signed can be paid to J. P. Fernandez,
Jr., who is authorized to receipt for same.
46 M. G. SANTOS.
Itiiilrouds nrv Champions.
A very exciting game between the
Ileamers and the Hilo Railroads occurred
Sunday afternoon, resulting in a score of
7 to 5 in favor of Iteamer's team. This
closes the season in the senior league,
which probably means that the Railrcads
will be declared the champions, having
attained the highest per cent of games
played. The junior teams have several
more games to play before the close of
the season. The Mooheaus crossed bats
with Onomeas early in the afternoon
losing byvis loo.
The Union Specials who went lo
Walmea Friday to pi iv the ranchmen
lost both games Saturday and Sunday,
with scores of 4 to 5 and 7 to 9 respectively.
Some of the merchants' and business
houses are considering the question of
bonding their employees to guard against
petty pilfering and cmhczlcmcnt. The
examples of Iloyil and other government
officials in making way with govenmcut
funds is awakening business men to the
realization of protection for themselves.
A blanket bond can be secured covering
defalcations by any number ofemplojees
and the premium is so small as to he a
light burden iiou the firm adopting
such method of protection against loss.
Call or address K. K. Richards, Agent of
the Hawaiian Trust Co. Ltd., Hilo.
Cherries Arc Itlpo.
All of the coffee trees of the Island are
now in bearing and many people owning
trees have no facilities for handling the
cherries after they are picked. The
berries have to be especially dried and
cured and the Hilo Coffee Mill is pre.
pared to handle this work quickly and
cheaply. W. S. Terry offers one cent a
pound for ripe cherries at any lime when
the mill is iu operation. He has just re
cently put iu a new separator and classi
fier. With the aid of this machine he is
enabled to size his coffee into ten
Tin! Latest Howling Game
The Only One iu the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
Waiauueuuc Street, Hilo
Jersey and Holsteiu heifer calves, full
blooded or mixed, if three days old, will
be bought by JIM MORRIS, Hilo.
During my absence from the Territory
my brother, Mr. Sheffield Grace, has my
full power of attorney.
JOHN J. GRACK.
Hilo, Hawaii, Sept. 30, 1904. 49-4
Notice of Sule.
The Hilo Fruit Market has been sold
to Kwock Lum' who will occupy the
same premises and continue the business.
All accounts from October 1 will be piiil
by Kwock Lum.
HILO FRUIT MARKKT
52 4 by Kwock Lum.
KILAUKA LODGK NO. 330.
F. and A. M. There will be a
special meeting of the above
lodge Saturday evening, October
1904, at 7 p. m. Work iu third
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren
are cordially invited.
Ily order of the W.M.
I have this day sold to Wong Wo
Kwai all of my right, title and interest iu
the Chan Han Chong Store at I'ahoa,
Puna, Hawaii. All accounts against the
business will be paid by Wong Wo Kwai.
Hilo, September 28, 1904. 49.4
THE OLD REUABIJE:
1 Registered at Volcano House.
I The following persons were registered
at the Volcano House during the week:
JO. C.Scott, Mrs. M. K. Knox, Mr. and
I Mrs. W. G. Keyston, Miss Antoinette
Keyston, C. A. Ilruns, Sin Francisco, A.
j II. Cole and wife, Iterkeley; F II. House,
1 New Zealand, L. K. I'inkhaiu. Thus.
Cahalan,Stiuley Stephenseu, John Mc-
(litre, Matthew Heffrou, J. Roseustein
I A' W. Rive, Honolulu; Mrs.
Sclineu, K. K. Richards and
Weather: Showery, clear and cold.
MASONIC HALL ASSOCIATION
There will be a special meeling'of the
stock-holders of the above org. mi ilion
at Masonic Hall on Saturday, October
29th, 1904, at 4:00 p. m. sharp.
Ity order of the 1st Vice President.
ADAM LINDSAY, Secretary.
I have recently located iu llilo, and
am prepared to cliau, repair and tune
instruments, such as pianos, organs
and nccordeous. Work promptly and
well done at reasonable rates. Will call
and examine instruments, stutiug my
charge. Leave word withCarvalhollros.,
Lewis 1 Crescent City Ilarber Shop, Front street,
H. It.!11'10- " II. MILLKR.
CHURCH .ST., HILO, HAWAII
7U&IE IS W SUBSTITUTE
Depart lj I'ulei'iirisc.
Owing to the dispatch in uuloidiug the
cargo of the S. S. Knterprise, dipt.
Youugreu was able to get away a day be
fore he expected, Promptlj at 5 o'clock
Saturday afternoon the vessel heaved
anchor, with a small cabin list ami a At , O.clock .,, llt SilKs ,
caigoof fruits and merchandise. The ,fr(inl slrcL,, opposite Spr ckels' 1.1. ck
pisscngerswcre K. A. VonArnswaldt,
Mrs. A. II. Horner ami Howard Horner, ' ''' or,,cri,f I'runU Medealf, Assignee,
uud 62 Japanese steerage. ' J A. y. LKllARON GURNKV, Aim.
ka k W 0W- K. .Mh. m. .A. a.
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THIE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAH.S AltRIVlC IN HONOLULt' AND DF.l'ART AS FOLLOWS:
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The entire stock of Merchandise of
Koug Ick Lung, Front street. Jlilo, will
be sold on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29
Vessels whose names appear OVKR the dale ARRIVK from the Coast,
Siif. ,!iV '"''"'"""I'l'cnr nKLOW the date DKPART fo? the Coast
vKi"fefc .?! " 1Jrcic. U To Colonies, (
S. S. kinnii departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. m.
i .1 , Vm "" I'w s1'",nil f10"1"' '" nil" " Saturdays nn.l Tuesdays marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. in., arriving iu Honolulu nt daylight three days later.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL E8TATE,8T0GKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE V
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES
P. O. BOX 348.
L. Turner Co.
FOR RATKS, IILANKS, KTC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AOKNT INTICR.ISLAND TKLK-
ORAPH CO , HILO.
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Koa Luniherin small and large quanli
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any stylo
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ot
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply to JOSH . SKRUAO.
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