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Chrisluiuscardsand booklets-W N. C.
The S. S. Kulctprlse will urrivo Satin
duv. Kd. Madden of Uukiii.iu is a Iliio
W. I'. Dale went I" Molll last week on
Ilett Weight wo" K"ifst of tin-Volcano
Mr. niul Mrs. W.J. Stone spent Sunday
at the Volcano House.
The Girls Mission Hand will meet
Wednesday nl 2:15 1. M.
Little Margaret Hill is recovering from
n serious attack of pneumonia.
A distinct c.irthiti.ike shock wai felt
Sunday night about 8:40 o'clock.
John Lycurgus was a returing passm
' (pr from H0110I11I11 011 Thursday last.
Delicious Imlter, )i Hi. squares. I,.
Turner Co., Mil. 42-tf
Mrs. It. T. Moses will make 11 visit to
the coast leaving by the Kntcrprise.
Ridgway & Ridgway are icmodcling
their l'iw offices in order to secure more
Tile Hilo Chess Club meets next
Friday night at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Louise Ilnn.ii is the guest of Miss
Harriet Hitchcock nt Woiliilii, 34 miles,
Dr. Henry Hayes was regularly in
stalled as secretary of the local lodge of
Klks last night.
Dr. Holland is n papa now. A bouncing
baby girl now adorns his home. Horn
The schooner Woodbury, Captain
Harris, arrived Saturday noon and leaves
this morning for Honolulu.
The late arrival of the Kiuau last week
and its usual departure on Friday caused
business men overwork with their mail,
Mr. I,. Severance and Miss Severance
are temporarily rtsiding with Mr. and
Mrs. A. S. Msll a ron Gurney in one of the
The thoroughbred bull pup of Miss
Ivy Richardson dlcd'nt the Kichardsou
h nne last Wednesday of fatly degenera
tion of the heart.
Frank L. Winter has gone into volun
tary bankruptcy. All claims against him.
should he filed with A. M. Drown, refene I
Normal School Inspector Chas. W.
Baldwin arrived overland from Wiiiiiiem
i-riilny and is making his rounds again of
the Public schools.
Miss Ilertlm Loebenslein has been con
fined to her bed for the past week with
inflamalious of the stomach, and is re
ported to be slightly better.
Moses & Raymond in addition to their
Singer Machines have a few second hand
slightly used sewing machines which
they wish to sell on your own terms.
Fred C. Sheldon of Woods & Sheldon,
Honolulu, will arrive on the next Kiuau
with a complete assortment of specially
made golf clubs, which he will offer for
The inontly meeting of the Woman's
Hoard will be held in the church parlers
uu Tuesday at 3:15 p. in. Rev. Tliwiug,
of Honolulu will be present and speak on
Mrs. Sam Peck, of Honolulu, arrived
liv the last Kiuau for an extended visit
with relatives. Sheis spending the present
,eek with her sister, Mrs. A. G. Curtis,
The marines oflTthe Iroquois under the
name of Muile Illmas, after leaving Hilo
.stopped at Kahulut, Tuesday and defeat
ed at baseball a picked Maui nine to the
tune of n to 7.
Joe Vierra was the host ot a luau Satur
day night at the home of J0I111 Moore,
Puueo, which was in the nature of a
ratification meeting over the Republican
victory Inst Tuesday.
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 011 shipments.
C. M. Cooke and wife, F. J. Lowry
and wife and Mrs. Howard, who have
been visiting various parts of the Island
and for the past week were guests at the
Volcano House, returned on last Friday's
According to the Tkiiiunh mail chart,
the Kiuau will just miss two Coast mails
arriving Wednesday on the Sierra and
Doric. A Honolulu mail leaves Saturday
nfteruoou at 2:15 by the Manna I.oa dis
patch. The two selections sung by the Wai.i
kea Mission chorus at the Union meeting
Sunday night at H.iili church was ex
ceptionally fine and was the occasion of
much favorable comment. The music of
the Mission is in charge of Miss
The latest New Idea Patterns, 10 cents
each have been received by L. Turner
Considerable amusement was cfeated
Wednesday morning following the elec
tion, whsu Henry West, defeated candi
date for representative on the democratic
ticket, wheeled John Herring in a whetl
barrow through the principal business
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Mrs. Win. Pulliir accompanied
hush mil to Honolulu last Friday.
Mrs. Paul Ilartets, with infant Paul,
returned to her spouse in Honolulu.
Miss GcncvicNc Vcnable is the guest of
Miss Scott nt Walunku Lawns this week.
Mrs. Wm. McKay makes a brief visit
in Honolulu, having left for the capital
Mrs. A. M. Wilson and Miss Carrie
Dunn have returned from several weeks
visit to Lahaiiia, Maui.
Jack Phillips, of the Olaa Sugar Com
pany store ot 9 miles, left Friday for a
ten day's visit to Honolulu.
L. M. Dniugcrficld, bookkeeper at
Ooknln Plantation, left Friday for a three
mouth's vacation on the coast.
W. II. Lambert and A. Itichlcy were
registered nt the Volcano House Inst
Sunday, returning yesterday morning.
"Kona coffee," our own roast, guaran
teed ftec from all adulteration. L. Tur
ner Co., Ltd. 4-tf
Geo.S. lloudebush, representing linker
& Hamilton of San Francisco, arrived
Inst Thursday on business connected with
It. Lange, manager of Hoffschlager
& Co., was n Hilo visitor Inst week on
business connected with the local branch
of that firm.
Mrs. Geo. II. Robertson, nfter n brief
stay with Mr. and Airs. John T. Moir at
Papaikou, returned to Honolulu on
Mrs. W. A. Rodenlierg, of Hast St.
Louis, Ills., left Friday for her home.
Her brother, Thos. C. Ridgwny, accom
panied her to Honolulu.
Notice nppcars in this issue from the
Hoard of Agriculture nud Forestry con
cerning the importation of birds, reptiles
and insects injurious or detrimental to
Do you know that it is cheaper to keep
your clothes pressed mid in shape by
using "Good Form" clothes hangers
thnu it is to have them pressed? Moses
& Raymond have them.
All fresh fruit from Hast nnd West
Indies, Asin, Australasia, Oceauica,
Malaysia, Mexico, Central and South
America ore prohibited by Hxccutive
order appearing in this issue.
1905 Calendars and Calendar pads
W. N. Co.
The S. S. Helenc arrived Friday after
noon from Honolulu with 54 Japanese
laborers for the Waiakea Mill Co. as well
as laborers for Mahukoua and Hamakua
Mill Co. The Helene nlso brought the
coast mail which arrived in Honolulu on
the Transport Sherman nfter the Kinau's
Happily Suupriskd. Many sufferers
from rheumatism have been surprised
mid delighted nt the prompt relief ob
tained by applying Chamberlain's Tain
Halm. A permanent cure may be effected
by continuing the use of this liniment
for a short time. For sale by Hilo Drug
A large number ot planters from Ha
waii left on Friday for Honolulu to
attend the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Sugar Planter's Association
tomorrow. More time will be given to
the proceedings this year, nnd the busi
ness of the association will not be rushed
through on Monday so that the managers
from the other islands may return
promptly. This year four days will be
devoted to the transaction of business,
which will enable the members to derive
benefit from the meeting. Those who
left 011 Friday's Kiuau from Hilo were:
C. C. Kennedy, J. A. Scott, J. T. Molr,
James Webster, John Watt, Win. l'ullar,
J. D. Moutsarrat, Wm. G. Ogg, Thos. S.
! Klniiu Arrivals .'ov.,10lh.
J Mrs. S. S. Peck, Mrs. A. M. Wilson,
j Miss C. Dunn, H. Cnrvalhn wife ami
' child, Matsiimura, J. Otsuki, F. Iltgn, J.
j Aoki.F. C. Fuhiyamn, Mrs. J. Madeira,
Rev. H. Sasaki nnd daughter, F.F. Holl,
j Rev. H. H. Thwing. I). F. Roudehush,
G. II. Hrown, J. Lycurgus, Mrs. G. W.
THE OLD RELIABLE
' Absolutely Pure
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
HIT TO Till! tt.Ut.
Local .liiiiiuM (live I'linnWll l)ln
hit to Mnrhldii.
In the upcr rooms of the Palm Res
taurant Sunday there were 11 bundled
covers laid for the noonday dinner, ten
dered by a host of Japanese friends to T.
Mnchida, who has been called to Japan to
enter the nrmy lu the service ol his
country. Hauners, Hags, lanterns and
palms were prominent features of the
decorations, and the banquet continued
until late in the nfteruoou. The arrange
ments were in the hands ol Kwatu, De
gawn nud Sato, nit of whom are welt
known in Jnpauese society. Caterer
Charlie Shimamoto left nothing undone
to make the affair ns elaborate as possible.
Speeches nud toasts were given to the
departing guest, who responded feelingly
and with many expressions of gratitude.
Mr. Machlda is the druggist on Front
street mil', is one of the leading Japanese
merchants of Hilo. He is n cavalry
officer in the Second Reserves, having
seen service in the Chiuo-Jap.iuesc war
ten years ago. Japanese sohlieis are
granted leave of absence uikiii promise to
return nt their country's call. When the
exigeuciesofw.tr demand their services
in the nrmy or navy, they are given forty
days in which to return under penalty of
court marshal. A Japanese soldier is re
quired lo pay his expenses of returning,
but in some cases the War Officer will
advance sufficient money to bring him
home. Mr. Machlda received his sum
mons by registered mail two weeks ngo
from his former home, Hiroshima, Japan,
and has arranged to leave his drug busi
ness in Hilo in the hands of his brother.
Volrnno House Chnugos Hands.
Word wai received in Hilo last week to
the effect Hint George Lycurgus, the
popular caterer, of Honolulu had obtain
ed control of the Volcano House. It is
stated that by the purchase of L. A.
Thurston's stock in the Volcano House
Co. nud n large amount of the bonds of
the corporation, Mr. Lycurgus is
practically the managing owner of the
mountain house hostelry. Air. Lycurgus
is expected tomrivc on next Wednesday's
Kiuau in company with Robt. Shingle
from Honolulu, when he will take
formal possession. No arrangements
have been made ns to the management,
and the services of Mr. nnd Mrs. St.
Clair Hidgood may be retained.
To Investigate Public Lands.
Sub-Land Agent Geo. II. Williams
wilt make a tour of the first and second
laud districts next week, beginning next
Sunday, for the purpose of clearing up
many tangles nud to investigate home
steaders, whose holding are uncertain.
He has requested all persons desiring to
interview him regarding land matters, lo
be ut the following places on the follow
ing dates. Lnupahoehoe, Sunday night
and Monday; Houokaa, Tuesday nfter
uoou and Wednesday; Waipio, Thurs
day; Waimea, Friday nnd Saturday.
November 26th. On the latter date Agent
Williams will sell at the Waimea court
house, two small sub-divisions of Pint
kapu reservation, South Kohala.
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K11ginccrG.il. Gere of the Public
Works Department has stopped payment
to David Ewaliko of the amount of his
contract for painting the Hilo court
house. The work is said to be unsatis
factory nnd that Hwaliko has not fulfilled
his contract. It is alleged that instead
of three coats of paint as called for by
the specifications, only two coats were
nppiied. The contract called for the re
moval nnd burning off of old paint were
needed, but that in many places the old
paint was not disturbed. As n conse
quence the new paint is cracking nnd
peeling off. Kwaliko's bid was for f 205,
which sum has been withheld pending
nu investigation of the facts.
Registered nt Volcano llousp.
The following guests were registered
at the Volcano House during the week:
Mrs. G. H. Robertson, Jus. D. Dougherty,
Honolulu; Geo. M. Robertson, P.ihala,
Mrs. A. Fernandez, Jr. P.ua, .Maui, M. G.
Santos, Paia, Wm. G. Ogg, P.ihala, U.
N. Chong, Pnliula, Jas. Ogg, Luhnina, A.
Richley, W. II. Lambert, W. J. Stone
and wife, A. H. Weight. Hilo.
Weather: Clear and colder. Few
llnnilkerchler Snlo Postponed.
The Ladles Social Circle of the Foreign
Church will have n handkerchief sale on
Friday, evening, December 2, nt the Hilo
Hotel. All kinds of articles dressing
sacques, sofa cushions, collarettes, fancy
bags, bureau scarfs, etc., made from
handkerchiefs, will be for sale. Come
mid buy your Christmas gifts.
First I'ori'lirii Uliiirch.
Sabbath November 20, 1904, n n. 111.
"Sou when it is finished," James 1:15.
7:.V p. in. "Who is the Lord that I
tJiould obey his voice?" Kx. 5:2.
Bookkeeping or plantation work pre.
feired. The highest of testimonials from I
former employers. I
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HAWAII, 'I'UtfHhAV, N'OVIOTKR
iftiwiini "" m. 0m$m4vmmmimmfmmmmt0n
Tittn.v it turn, cnt.HAN.
KIiiImiiiiIc Preparations for n I'lilqi c
The Hxrcuiiw Cnmmltue of the
I mio Cotillion u ill) nave uiaiined 11
1 . . . . .
11 nice 10 be given liy Mint organization 011
Thanksgiving ee, to be known as 11
"Truly Ruial German." It will be lu
the nature of a fall harvest festival, when
the rustic tads nnd lassies may enjoy
themselves lo their hearts content. The
ladies will be expected to wear shirt
waists, aprons nud suiibotinets, while the
gentlemen may be relied upon to appear
in blue jeans nud hickory shirts. City
closes nre tabu nnd any dandies with n
society swnggerwill be mnde conspicuous
by their absence. The dance will be
given nt Spreckels' Hall, Wednesday
night, November 23d. The leader has
not yet been chosen hut many of the
novel features of the affair have already
be decided -upon. The following com
mittees have been appointed by President
Committee of Arrangements Mrs. W.
T. Ilalding, Mrs. H. N. Holmes, Mrs. J.
T. Lewis, Miss Florence Scott, Miss
Decoration Committee Mrs. W. T.
Ilalding, Miss Dollie Sumner, Miss F.tnily
Peck, Miss Harriet Hiipai, Miss Stephanie
Guntd, Miss Mary Canarin, Mr. Ralph
Ilalding, Dr. Mnrtin Wachs, Mr. Shef
field Grace, Mr. I). H. Metzger, Mr.
Favor Committee Mrs. J. T. Lewis,
Mrs. II. L. Shaw, Mrs. W. S. McLean,
Miss Ruth Guard, Miss Lilinoc Hap.ii,
Miss Anita' Ontario.
Refreshment Committee Miss Flor
ence Scott, Mrs. I). W. Mursh, Miss
Franc Katou, Miss Minnie Schmidt.
Supremo Court Overrules Exceptions
in I'linnkoshl Murder Case.
Funakoshi Tatsugoro nud Wntuunbl
Mnsnjl niiul serve out their sentences.
So says the Territorial Supreme Court in
a unanimous decision written by Justice
Hartwell overruling the exceptions of
the defendants, on Tuesday Inst.
This is the murder case that has been
up before the courts since January 1904.
The defendants were tried nt the Jan
uary term, 1903, of the Fourth Circuit
Court held at Hilo, Little, J., presiding,
upon an indictment charging them with
the murder of one Motohiro Kitaro,
January 25, 1902. The indictment
charged murder in the first degree. The
jury rendered if verdict finding the de
fendants guilty of murder in the second
degree. The court sentenced the de
fendant Funakoshi Tntsutaro to imprison
ment at hard labor for thirty years and
the defendant Watanabc Masagi to im
prisonment at hard labor for twenty-five
There is also n scntenceof fifteen nnd
ten years respectively hanging over these
two men for couspiracy which is to be
served after completion of the above
Khinu Departures Nor. 11th.
Jas. Webster, C. C. Kennedy, J. A.
Scott, John S. Moir, J. D. Montsarratt,
C. M. Cooke and wife, John Watt and
wife, F. J. Lowrey and wile, Win. Pullar
and wife. Mrs. W. Howard, C. J. Fishel,
Thco. Wolff, J. Phillips, J. D. Dougluiriy,
G. II. Ilrown, S. M. Daiugcrfield, F. S.
Holt. Win. G. Ogg, Chcong, Thos. S.
Kay, H. G. Clarke, F. L. Itiggs, Mrs. L.
C. Riggs, Mrs. A. C. Itiggs. T. C. Ridg
way, Mrs. W. A. Rodenberg, W. F.
Geo. Copp, Miss Johnson,
Dartels and sou, R. Lange,
II. Robertson, Mrs. Wm.
Holland. At Hilo, Hawaii, on Mon:
day, Nov. 14, 1904, to the wife of Dr.
J. Holland, a duughtcr.
Pen knife, two blades, gold handle
pocket knife. Suitable reward. Return
Mrs. A. Richley hns for sale hand
embroidery, lace woik nud noveKies.
Now on exhition nt Moses & Raymond.
Having secured the files of the Owl
Drug Store, we nre prepared to fill all
prescriptions previously put up by Hint
HILO DRUG COMPANY, LTD.
A gilt Hnwaiiiin navy button,
I anchor and crown design. Part
cuff button. Reward to finder.
Four rooms, in two-room suites, witli
bath, each room opening on veranda,
pleasantly located. Inquire Tribune
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THE HILO TRIBUNE'S faAlL CHART
M. , T.
Vessels whose names uppear OVHR the dale ARRIVH from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear I1HLOW the date DKPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; II. C; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kiuau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday nt 10:00 a. m.
S. S. Maimn Loa'sinail closes in Hilo on Saturdays uticf Tuesdays market!
(x) at 2:15 p. 111., urriving in Honolulu at daylight three days Ijiter.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
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.
L Turner Co.
The Hashaw house in Puueo, recently
occupied by P. Peck und family, Ap
ply to R. T. GUARD.
Ii. W. S. Edmonds
ON KKASONAHI.K TKRMS
MOUNTAIN VIEW, - OLAA
One Studcbaker Huckboard, alinoM.
One superior set Harness.
ALL FOR $150.
A. K. SUTTON & CO.
Notice is hereby given to nil creditors
of II. L. WILLIAMS tt COMPANY to
present their claims, duly outheuticated
und with proper vouchers if any exist,
to Hie undersigned, or at the offices of
Ridgwuy it Ridgwuy or Homer L. Ross,
on or before the 1st day of December, A.
D. 1904, and nil persons indebted to the
said firm nre recmehted to make inline
diate payment to the undersigned.
lly order of Court dated September
J. K. KLDKRTS.
i-4 Receiver of II. L. Williams & Co.
AND DKPART AS FOLLOWS:
I F. S.
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A full assortment of fern vases, pots
and pedestals, for sale at S. II. Webb's
store, Wuianueuue street. Made by
Notice of Sale.
The Hilo Fruit Markut has been sold
lo Kwock Luui who will occupy the
same premises and continue the business.
All account from October 1 will be paid
by Kwock Luui.
HILO FRUIT MARKKT
5J4 by Kwock Luui.
I have recently located in Hilo, and
am prepared to clean, repair mid time
instruments, such as pianos, organs
and occordeous. Work promptly and
well done ot reasonable rotes. Will call
and examine instruments, btatiug my
charge. Leave word with Carvalho llros.,
CMiCeut City Hurber Shop, Front street,
Hilo. II. II. MILLKR.
AH persons are notified .fhat the Hoard
of Health, through its offiirs.nre plaoiug
rat poison in the various warehouses and
on the wharves in Hilo. The poison is
not placed in open places, but in holes.
This notice is given particularly for the
benefit of owners of dogs that oreullowed
to run loose,
DR. C. L. STOW,
52-4 ' Chief Health Officer,
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