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'nil'. WKKKL-Y I 11.0 TltltHJNrt, Hir.O, HAWAII, TUIiSDAY, JCOVKMIJERI, lyo.
Christum cinlsand bonklets-W X. Co.
11 I.. Rosswcnl to Honolulu mi lius.
lit s Friday.
Delicious Imllir I 'j Hi squares.- I..
Tin hit Co.. l.til 43-lf
(('.. II. Cere returned overland from
Honolulu lint l'hursiliv.
Hcrt AuMin left in the 1 liter itt of the
week for Koua ntiil K in.
Mis. Allan lelurncd last week from a
business trip lo Honolulu.
F.tlgene Lyman is Hie jirouil faiher of n
Imunciug lnl girl, born Sunday hIkIiI.
' W. G. Irwin mill J. A. Huck of San
Francisco ate in tile city, the guests ol J.
Harry Wicks, engineer at Ol.w left
Friday for a inontli's Micatiou on the
Maunder Hidgnod reports there are
lieiiuliful oi)oitunities for liriilal couples
t the Volrann House
Hnrolil Weight lus been suffering from
V severe attack of typhoid lever, hut is
rf'tKirleil out of danger.
i II. I.. Pe.itson, has moved his harness
mil saddlery shop to Front Street, oc
cupying one-hall of Iteainer's store room.
The baseball score Sunday afternoon
was Union Speeiils 6 to IIHo Uailroul 8.
ronblmvvai defeated Onome.i with a score
of it to S.
"Koua eoffre," our own roast, gll iran
teed fiee from all adulteration. I.. Tur
ner Co., Ltd. -W-tf
Mrs. It. Kuhnsaiiil family left on the
Kinau Fliday last to join her huslnud,
who is in the employ of the Volcano
Sullies at Wa nie.i.
Today is All S lints' I)iy. Masseswill
he celehraleil at 7 ami 9 o'clock a. 111. at
the Catholic Church. Wednesday is All
Soul's Day. mass at 7 a. in.
"Good Form" clothes hangers keep
your clothes pressed and in shape. Moses
it Raymond have them for both I.adies
and Gentlemen. Phone 178.
Hauiiihil S. Canario, formerly em
ployed fclth Hie Union Harber Shop has
accepted a position as momiled patrolman
in the Police Department.
J. 11. l'urdy, engineer and one of the
most cipible engineers of the Hilo Rail-
road, has been put in charge ol the ma-
chine shop by Superintendent Metger.
II. II. Mariner, who has la-en assisting
F,. 1. Richards in establishing the in
surance agency at Hilo of the Hawaiian
Trust Co., returned to Honolulu Friday.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
31 III clean, classify and place the same u
the market for jou. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
Father Oliver, who has been visiting bis
former homeiit Ilelgium, will return from
ins r.nropeau m,. ni i..K -.... V"""
ueceinuer. raiuer .-.icpncii ns rcumci motor type, three horse power and es
to Honolulu Saturday, returning by the ,,ecially adopted to hill climbing. Mr.
Manna Lo-w Kennedy is much pleased witli the new
Ilanec tit (ileuwiMid.
W. II. Lambert tendered to llie Ililo
Cotillion Club a dance on last Wednesdav
evening at Glenwood in honor of Miss
Margaret Tutt of I,os Angeles, Cat. Miss
Tutt is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Iimbert nt
Wiiakea, and the dancing pirty in her
honor was in the nature of a surprise
given by the popular host. A special
train was placed at the disposal of the
Club and a large number of the members
enjojeda pleasant evening in the cool
breezes of the higher altitudes of Olaa.
The Oleuwonl station was artistically
decorated with ferns and tropical plants,
and dancing was indulged 111 till a late
hour, the tram returning at midnight.
The Hilo bind orchestra furnished Ihe
.Members of the Ililo Golf Club ate
taking gieat interest in the proposed
golf tournament to take place next Sat
Captain Sheffield Grace, who has
llie matter ill charge, lias requested all
members desiring lo enter, to file with
him on or before Wednesday, November
2111I, the thtee bst scores made over the '
course. Willi these scores he hoes to I
arrive at 11 proper handicap for each !
plavcr, based on the score of W. T. Hahl-!
mg, who thus far has made the best
iri'ord. The entrance fee is one golf
bill, and a prize of a llllf dozen balls
gnrh to the winner. The rules of play
have been posted oil the grounds.
llngngemi'iil Ciiiist's Surprise.
Although among intitinle friends of
the couple the fact has been known for
some weeks, the announcement of the
engagement of Mrs. Hernice Reul and
Christian Castenilvk was not formally
made until I ist Fridiy, after Mr. Casten-
ilyk's depirture for Honolulu. Duiiug
her former residence here Mrs. Reid was
one of the popular society leaders of
Ililo, and her return will be welcomed
by a host of friends, Mr. CVf-teiulyk is
Ihe genial head clerk of the local branch
of II. Hackfelil & Co. The date of the
marriage his not been made public, but
will lake place at an carl) day.
Cunt of Thanks.
The family of the late Mrs. Mary Haki r
Reiuhardt desire to express their tliaul s
for the lii my kliiiluessesextrmlrd to thrm
during their recent beieaveineut.
I' J.Cioss ol the Wiieless Company
returned lo Honolulu l'riilny.
The Cinch Chili meets t'tlday Hfleriloou
at the hniue of Mrs. (".. H. Cere.
Ceo It MrClellaii, M-cretary to Dele -
Kate Ktlhio, retlillied to Honolulu on
Miss Harriet Conn has recovered suffi
ciently lo he removed from the hospital
lo her home.
1905 Calendars and Calendar pads
W. X. Co.
Mr. mill Mrs. iMward Madden of Kit
kaiali arrived in Ililo yesterday for a
week's vir it.
I.. K. l'lnklinm and parly returned to
Honolulu Friday night from Kitwaihae
hy the Kiliau.
The latest New Idea Patterns, 10 cents
each have been received by I.. Turner
Mrs. Win. J. Stone is visiting MrsW. '
K. Audrcwsnt Hniiomu and will return 1
to Hilo next Thursday.
I'ounil hjear Mooheiu Pirk, boar's
tusk Mold pin with engraved initials.
Inquire at Sheriffs office1.
Win. M. McQuaid, founerly of Olaa,
who has been isitlii; the Maddens nt
Ktlkaiau, went to Honolulu 011 business
Miss Mnrie C.iuario, who has Ijccm
visiting Mrs. Autigst at H0I111I01 for the
pist six weeks, returns lo Hilo on
About 3 o'clock Friday morning the
wooden awning of the Volcano Stables,
projecting oer the sidewalk, was blown
down by the seveie storm.
A. Ilaiiucberg, auditor of II. Harkfehl
& Co., who has been going his rounds 011
Hawaii fot the past ten days, relumed to
Honolulu 011 Friday's Kiliau.
Send us your name and address and
we will mall free to you each month, a
Fashion Sheet of the "Hutlerick"
Fashions Moses & Raymond.
J. li. Higgius, wifeaud child, who have
hern ill Hilo for I lie nasi two weeks, re-
Um)(,(1 ,o ,, prJ, Mr , ,,
jmi,,. cx,)crl fromllc exiH-ri..ieut station,
who has been inaugurating the "koko"
experiments nt the Hilo Hoarding School,
,U)1.1IV SURPKlSKli.-Mniiy suilerers
, ...,...... lnVt. 1h..... surnrUea
ami delighted at the prompt relief ob
tained by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. A permanent cure may be effected
by continuing the use of this liniment
for a short time. For ale hy Hilo Drug
A (limit Hill Climber.
I Ronald Kennedy took a party up the
Volcano road Sunday on his new Oldstno
bile, making the journey to fifteen miles
111 an hour and a half and returning in
Idly minutes. Tliemacluiie is a gasoline
car, but says the present condition of ttie
roads is not conducive to comfort for
Kiiinii Heparin res (id. 'S.
Ceo. It. McClellan, Henry Wicks, Mrs.
II. Kuhnsaiiil child, MissMvrtle Kiihus,
Miss Verlie Kulius, Miss Mabel Kuhiis,
Mrs. Geo. Oldiug and child, G. Giaeo
metti, A. Hanneberg, C. Castendjk, T.
R. Robinson, H. Ross, Win. M. McQuaid,
H. It. Mariner, L. K. l'iukham, G. F.
Howell, Capt. JorstrofT. J. V.. Higgius,
wife and child, Mrs. Robinson, F. J.
Cross, Miss Wight, Miss May, Rev.
Gyoiiu Takaji, Miss Yamamoto llatsu.
The WiihiUu Mission.
Miss Sloper, the new worker for Wai 1
kea Settlement, assumes her duties today .
The continued success of the dispens-iry
work is assured, Miss Sloper being, aside
from other qualifications, a trained nurse
of wide experience. Mis. Mesick, who
has held the work together temporarily
for two months, deserves much ciedil for
the faithful and efficient service she li is
rendered the Mission.
First Forelirn Church.
Sabbath, November 6, 1901, 11 a
"She hath done what she could,'
THE OLD RELIABLE
TMR IS NO SUBSTITUTE
it. K. .MHircr MirrrriN to Ollli r
Supcrlnlendcnl or llllo Itnllriuiit.
I J Mete 11. i e in en rumors 110111 lime 10
l)tM0. nf ,. ,,ro,,,)k. t.mllKl. ,,, ,. lt.,
,,rilu. ,n Kailro.ul, ami when W. H.
'Lambert announced Thiirsdaj Hi it he
J limt resigned as Silperiilteudeiit, while
1 not n surprl-i to miiiy per-ons, the news
was geliernllv received witti genuine e
pressious of regret. Mr. I.ambtrt has
been superintendent of the Hilo Railroad
from its Inception five years ago, has had
entire charge of its construction and 1 iter
became manager in its operation. It is
flntttii .1 llinl lilt. .tlt-Mflriru llnt'M ,.nl lit.i.ll
,,sfied for some time with Superintend
dent Lambert's policy, and have sought , M, irnwer jn u,t. North Sea taking on
lo curtail expenditures which they re- board Japanese coiilrahimt and explo
gnnlcd lis tmnicessary. In July last a sives.
general retrenchment and cut in salaries Vigo, Spain. Ol. .y The Rnssi in ad-
..........1.. .ui.Ui. .ll.t ...i ......i ..in. m
Lambert's approval, and since thai time
there has been continued friction, which
resulted in Mr. Liiuhert's withdrawal on
The new superintendent, D. 15. Met.
gcr, who has been connected with the O.
R. & I.. Co, at Honolulu and for the past
six mouths in charge of the accounts of
the Hilo Railroad, was not aware of the
proposed change until two hours before
his appointment in Honolulu. He ac
cepted Hie proiiereil portion anil comes
lo Uie ollice well equipped lor llie work.
He is a native of Topcki, Kausts, and
although a voting man has had consider
able railroad experience. Honolulu, Oct. 31. kiliau bookings up
ti,. otiilin.1 iiv mid uiinu iu,.iiit.niin i to wwu tm'".v erc as follows: 11.11.
He studied Imv and when Iwentj-onc !,,,, K Rcv-f Kl)ll Yin. II. W. Mist.
years of age became city attorney of 'C. C. Keinu.lv. Miss I.. Mcl.ellan, Mrs.
Meriilau. Kins is. Liter he was elected S. S. Peck. O' Russet, M. L. Martin, .Mrs.
Justice of the Peace, which position he ' l'- Howard, Miss K S. Wight, O. S. II.
i.....i . ..-.1 i.,. iMcKenie, U.S. I'.r.ty, S. I.owrie and
1 .if 1 if ,.'
which he followed for seven years At
one time lie was uusluess miu.igerof ttie
"Midland Sportsman," publislied "'
Topeka, Kims.is. 1 Ms can erasa railroad
mall In gaii ten vears ago al Trinidad,
Colorado, when he filled an important
post in the ollice of the division foreman
of the Union Pacific, Denver & Gulf
R. R. He came lo Hoiiotulti in 1S99,
mid was interested with I,. K. l'iukham
in artesian well construction on Kauai
mil other p iris of the islands. Subse
quently he became assistant cashier for
the Oahu Railroad, which position he
held until assigned to duty last May in
lite business office of llie Hilo Railroad.
He is a popular man in business and so-1
cial circles, and his promotion is a reward I
for faithful and efficient service.
.Mr. Lambert has not made any definite I
plans for the future, but will temporarily
remain ill Hilo and lend whal assistance
he can to his successor, between whom
ami himself there is the friendliest rela
tions. A.IAII. Illltll TAKLS FLK.'IIT
SheillT A nil reus Loses 11 Prisoner
From Chain (Jnni;.
Chafing under ttie restraint and with a
j year's imprisouinent staring him in the
face, Lau Chan convicted October 21st
for larceny of n hat Iroiu Tiuuer's store,
escaped from the prison gang last Thjirs
day afternoon after one week's confine
ment in Hilojail. The 1 scape occurred al
the hospital grounds where the prisoners I
have been quarrying stone. The gang
was in ciiarge of thestwo guirds John
Moore and Antonc Silva, both armed
with guns. The absence of the China
man from the gang was not noticed un
til about three o'clock, when the fact was
reported to Capt. Fetter and the Deputy
Sheriff with a jiosse of police .began n
still limit for the escaped prisoner. Al
present writing the man had not been
Suit Ileal li of.Uis. lCelnhurdl.
One of the saddest events which have
recently occurred in Hilo, was the rapid
decline and death last Friday night of
one of Hawaii's brightest young women,
111 the person of Mrs. .Mary llaker Rein
hardt. Mrs. Reiuhardt has been a
sufferer from consumption for the past
two years, and although always cheerful
refused medical treatment or advice. She
was a firm believer iu Christian Science
which sustained her spirits mini climate
or drugs 110 longer were of avail. Mrs. '
Reiuhardt was born April iS, 1879, at I
Makawao, Maui. She was educiled at.
Lahaiualim.i Seminary, came to 'Hilo!
about einht years iiko and bus since re I
sided with her uncle Gov. John T. llaker. .
She 111 irrted Chas. Reiuhardt, on New
Year's Dry, January 1st, 1904. She was'
the daughter of the late lv'dward llaker 1
of Maui, ami leaves beside her husband, 1
in siiii-i, .uis. ni-u. v-opp ami lour 1
brothers. Chas. Haker, manager Malnki
raucu. vv amea. Aiiaui llaker. i-imi inn-ii
,v, i" "" i-iiiuLii, naiiir-
nil aiieilioon, iu 311CIOCK
One eight-iooiuul cottage, I'liuen, .in
A. !:. SUTTOX : CO.
C. Akai, uurcli.iul, Front street, Hilo,
having exteultila deed of assignment to
the undersigned for the benefit of his
creditors, notice is hereby given lo all
(those indebted lo the said C. Akai lo
I make jiaymeiit forthwith, and all those
who may have claims to present same
I inn y vriiiii-u in uie 11u11ers1gu1.11 witiiiu
thirty days front date heieof.
Hilo, Hawaii, Oct, 17, 1904, 51.4
'with the Fconom.c Shoe Co. amll-1 " " """"" K" ' "cers. are placing
ward ami John T. Haker, junior, residing j rHl l)ols"" "' l'le various warehouses and
1 in Honolulu. 'on the wharves in Hilo. The poison is
The funeral which was largely attend- not placed in open places, but in holes.
TO THE TRIBUNE!
tCoiitiiiueil l'l'om Vn,V One 1 1
VISIONS Of Ilil.MOCItVTIC SI (VK.SS
Washington, II. L., Oct. 3". I lie
Ki'iiiocriiiie v.oiigressiiiiuii s.iuiiiiiiiiec
claims it will elect 2S0 liicitiht rs of the
in.VI'ltOVKII I'IMHILK MAOA.IM'.S
Chefoo, China, Oct. 31. The Japamse
have shelled ami burned the smokeless
powdei magazines al Port Arthur.
. . . y. ,.,.. ....
II A Ml.
i" is making 1111 inirv 11110 uie .Minn
ISea iiicidetil again.
I I'ASS mitKALTAIt.
I Oihrultar, Spain, Oct. 31. Four Rus
I sian torpedo destroycis passed eastward.
I to :ovi:m: iiauuk tuiiiiinal.
Washington, I). C , Oct. 31. Secretary
Hay lias issued circulars to all the powers
I calling the Hague Peace Convention.
) I.ATKST SIMUIt ((IMITATIONS.
New Vork, Oct. 31 96 Test Ccntrifu-
)Kals, 4 15 cents; per ton, f8j. Anal) sis
heels, 1 is 4 'jit
IKMIKKIl Hilt II 1 1.0.
. wifc' C" M Conk ,""1 "i(e Mr.Slouey,
jon -p. llaker. Jr., L. A. Thurston, Chil-
igoi, Harry luriter, Dr.J. II. Kajiiioiul
I - full assortment of lent vases, pots
"""I pedestals, for sale at S. II. Webb's
stoie, Wai iimeuue street. Made by
H. W. S. Edmonds
ON KHASOXAHI.H TKRMS
MOUNTAIN VIKW, - OLAA
The Latest Howling (lame
The Only One in the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
Waiauueiiue Street, Hilo s,
One Stndebiker Huckboird, aliuos
One superior set Harness.
ALL FOR $150.
A. !:. SUTTOX & CO.
Position Wiiiil ed.
Hookkeeping or plantation work pi
ferred. The highest of testimoni lis from
Notice of Saicv!
The Ililo Fruit Market has been sold
to Kwock I.iini who will occupy the
same premises and continue the business.
All accounts from October 1 will be paid
by Kwock Lum.
HILO FRUIT MARKF.T
52 4 by Kwock Lum.
have recently located iu Hilo, ami I
prepared lo clean, repair and luue 1
.instruments, such as pianos, org ins!
I and accordeons. Work promptly mid
J well done at reasonable rates. Will call
1 and examine instruments, stating my
j charge. Leave word with Carvalho Pros", ,
Crescent City Harber Shop, Front .treet. '
"ilo. H. II. MILI.F.R
! Notice. :
All persons are notified that the Hoard
..1 n .1. ,. ., .. 1. n.
s mveii nirticularlv for the
benefit of owners of dogs that are allowed
to rim loose.
DR. C. L. STOW,
52-4 Chief Health Officer.
' Xoticc is hereby given that Ah Cliee,
I doing business on Front street, Hilo, as u
1 merchant u,mler the firm name of Kong
Ick Lung, has made a voluntary assign
incut to the undersigned for the benefit
of his creditors. The creditors of said
Ah Chee are hereby requested to file their
claims witli the undersigned, and any
and all persons indebted to the said All
Chee aie requested to call and pry
same 111 once. All claims against
. Clue must be certified.
Assignee of All Chee.
1 llih), Oct. IS, iyo.. 53.3
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVIC IX IIOXOLULf AND DIM'AUT AS FOLLOWS'
Vessels whose names appear OVHR llie date ARRIVK from ihe Coasl.
uZl ,".,V ''"-V1""'" 'M'Par HKI.OW llie date DIJPART for Ihe Co ist.
o. o. ,, eps iiotn Ulo or Honolulu everv Fridav al low. a. 111.
i-v .,.. !- itmll closes in Hilo on Saturdavs ami Tnesdsvs in liked
(X) at 2-15 p. m arriving in Honolulu at dav light three days later'
THE HENRY WATERHOU$E TRUST CO.
REAL ESTATE,STOCKS 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.
L. Turner Co.
FOR RATFS, III.AXKS, ICTC.
E. E. RICHARDS
AGIvXT fXTFR.ISLAWD TIU.F
f Wl. II V.VI , 1111,11,
Doc. 3 )
Koa Lumber iu small and lare qumili
tick; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wauled. Repairs made 011 any kind tW
furniture Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply to JOSH G. SF.RRAO
Call at Tribune Office
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