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Hlt.O TKIHUNK, I1II.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, NOVKMBKR 22, 190.1.
TSlje )ilo vUume.
TITKRDAV, - NOV. 22, 1004.
Dm. N. Rosski. delivered on Inst
Tuesday niRlit the first of a scries
of lectures on the social conditions
of ilie I'nr Ivost. His ndilress on
-- " " '"China" is tlie result of sev
itiiu'iciliiitlic I'osK.iIli-c t llilo. Ha-' urnj ycar.s stmiy nf the Chinese
wuH.iimi.-eoiiil.cluMiii.iiu" clmrncter nntl wlint lie savs may
I'liiii.t.siir.ti kvmkv tiiiwimv. il(! taken as the opinionofn student
J. CASTi.it Riixswav - Hdiloi who strives to find the solution of
n. W. Marsh - HuMiiw MmmKer.il"Wem which appeals to him.
. ' Itis to be hoped the public may
have the benefit of his intimate
1 knowledge of this very deep .sub-
Next Thursday is the day set ject.and later that his lecture, on
npaiton which to publicly Klve " Rw-win may be given to a larger
tlianks for the blessings of tlie past audience.
veir. Aianv people are so con-1
stituted that they can see no good
in anything and look only on the
dark side of life. They never en
joy the sunshine nor fully appre
ciate the mere joy of living. It is
indeed a poor life that contains no
In the church and in the
we should express our gratitude ,. ,".:'e',,rs ".", , .,
1 " I-or now llianksgiviu'snot the same; it
for the bright spots and for the l.ickt the genial cheer
sunshine which may be found in Thnl K "rified n' hallowed it, since
...... . grandpa isn't here.
the life of every individual.' Around
the faniilv circle there
The llahaw house in I'uiico, recently
occupied liy 1. I'rck nnl family, Ap
ply to K.T. OtlAHI).
Old ThiinkHirlvIn' ln).
If dreami rould hrilij,' thetn back nirniti,
the old TlmnksL'iviii' Day.sj
If wishes lintl the chcerv art of allerln'
I'd sit again by grandpi's board nn' see
Ins kliuily face;
I'd view the table, bounty stored, and
1 listen to lus "grace;"
And if the blessing halted Rome I would
I not twist, I know,
home I As did my sister and myself, oh, long,
1 A full assortment of fern vases, ols
nnd pedestals, for sale at S. II. Webb's
store, Wniauucnue street. Made by
H. W. S. Edmonds
ON RKASONAULK TtiRMS
MOUNTAIN VIEW, - OI.AA
The Latest Howling Game
The Only One in the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
Waianucmtc Street, Hilo
I . I . I ... . 1 1.. 1 .. .
J 1 lit' DICHSIIl lUHl I1C HSKt'U WIl.S lOUg, Of '
r , .-W..... ....,
Let ns remember thes" absent ones '
and renew with grateful heirU our ."An ble.ssour Congress, too," he said,
,,.,.. , f "with all its sharps an flats,
thanks tor the lies we have of All. ,,lenM. forj,lvc tllL. e'rrj. ones tll:it.s
father, mother, sister, brother, sou
known as Democrats."
I In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,-
Territory xl Hawaii.
vacant chair of some one f.ir awav It covered everything iu sight an' some i"" v...aM,.k.s.
,,,.,,.. ". vou couldn't see. Iu the matter of the Kstate of J. M.
111 the land ol the living or called "rhelmkey an' the President, the things IIORNKR of Kukaiau. Haiuakua,
to the great beyond. , of cheer and joy ! deceased.
iBiiUginiiciiium niui mess "l"" I'lVIH ION l'UK l.I'.TTl-.K CJI' AH-
orpiinneii gin ami ooy." MINISTRATION.
The petition of A. Homer, brother of
the deceased, praying that Letters of Ad-
ititnlstmllnfl be &smil In liltti iia mltiiltifu.
I. r ..l.i .......
I .. i . .,.m. .1. . ...i ...... .... . i : rnuur ui wiui cauue.
and daugh.er, and those precious '"'" Tnd mrth i.sTlors de,,l? '" , Notice is hereby given thai Tuesday.
infiueuces Which bind the fan.ily 1 1 pinched mv .ister 'neat., the lntol&A,&tal
and the home. ( s,,ow ''" ,,ow feU; ! the time for hearing said petition in the
Ph-o thinks to vour cotinttv lor TonU ll,ll,Ks mo,la1 C0I1,M n"ycml, and' c,0,,rt. room, of. his CUr' l ,,IIUo'
Ultt- ihatiks lo jour couiuij lor si the blessing passed. Hawaii, at which time and place all per-
tlie peace, tlie union anu tue noeriy And grinilpa ami tlie turkey met iu con- "" ; wm, ..,.,,w.. .......
..,.?.....t ilirmmlwiHi ilm lnn.l I llict dire at last. wuse. If anv they have, why the prayer
enjoyed throughout the land. I Am. h(w we chilrei nle an(, (m of 8n d pelitfon should not be granted.
I Ily the Court:
A. S. LuBARON GURNKV, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Caki, S. Smith,
illume lur i ciiiiunirr. 3 3
Give thanks to the noble men mindful of the load,
and women who are daily doing Tinm! p" (?.nM! ,,Them
noble deeds and making sacrifices Ve didn't mind what auntie said; we ate
unknown to the world, but which1, , ""'"tenn'ate,
.An' frequent wasour bland request:
go to make life brighter and "Some more upon my plate?"
..... ...n-ii, i;..,',,.r 1 And when a wreck alone remained upon
more worm iivuii,. tlie festal Iward,
Give thanks to the innumerable While grandpa offered final thanks, we
lack ol room deplored.
host of fellow beings whose life is
wholesome, who in some small wuy
help to lighten each others burdens
and make the rugged paths of life
smoother and happier by theirself-
Mortgagcc's Notice ol
Foreclosure and Sale.
and gray and old,
all Good for being, alive, for the
blessings which you have received,
Still would I sit iu full content, or cry
II A ....... HI ...ill. .....I
... r , .IIIIVIII Willi 4.V.1I,
and if your measure of happiness .. ,. . . . , f .
has been small that your fortunes
are no worse than they are. There
is 110 one but who can find some
thing for which to be thankful this
Thanksgiving Day. Let us there
fore give thanks for what we have.
If dream could bring them back again, '
the old Thauksgivin' Days; J Iu ncCordancC with the provisions of a
If I could hear my grandpa's voice iu cerln, chaUe, mortgage made by Y. Oka
Vords of grateful praise; , , r. ,, .,,,,,,,.,. ,?nA. of h1i,ii,1ii.
Ifatlbe board my sister sat, not vvoril . ,.-flrillg, ,,. of pebrunrv 11. A. n. icioi
. . . . ..as';:: :. -',
anil recorded in me omce 01 tne Kegis
llouolulu, 011 the
1904, iu Liber
1 and which
To cover all the peopled earth and life's Ju, A D V904. for value, assigned to
ttiiiiuhuous llironi'. !! 'V. .. 7 "
1 jose u. nerrao. .
isoltce is Hereby given tliat the said
JU3U V. PCIIUUi itaiiucc. IIUCIIUS IU IUIC
sacrificing devotion to the cause of I Hut I" her eves the light of skies when j t of Conveyances at Ho
, . mornings were of gold, ,, 1 ,,. r .'i. ., ,
llMn"ty. j Then, though the blessing wandered on iUy3 ' "' .',
Render thanks to the Giver of, through minutes growing long. . 1 .,,,1 tl,0rteai!e was. on th
speak the thanks I'd feel
A. J. WATKRHOUSR.
DUTIES OF GRAND JURORS.
close said mortiraue for a breach of the
conditions thereof, towit: The nonpay
ment of principal and interest secured
thereby, when the same became due and
Notice is also niven that on Tuesday,
the 39th day of November, A. D., 19x4,
at II o'clock a. in. at the front door of
j the court house iu Hilo, all of the right.
I title and interest of the said Y. Oka iu
waii by W. C. Peacock, J. G. Rothwell, I and to the following described property
C. S. Weight, R L. Aue-bach and II. W. j heing described in said mortgage, as
Adams. The principal oflice will be 1 fol,ow,'i: , , .' ,
- n j; T1..U7 IlKFIKIMHIIB ITiniTrHHGIB Till.
74 ...... .s..i.Ukvu..., ...... ....I...... j...-
Ilouokna Liquor Co.
j Articles of association of the Houokaa
I Wine and Liquor Co., Ltd., have been
1 filial iu the oflice of the Treasurer of Ha-
In his charge to the grand jmv. 1 "OI,.?,u,u aml ll,'e 1,'"os? is!t0 over lows and bedding,
, . J the liquor .and tobacco business hereto. 1 new double
Judge Parsons has given a clear, f()rc coll,i.,cted at Houokaa, Hamakua. 1 large dressei
3 rocking chairs
24 common chairs
1 Kureka cook stove and all dishes
intelligent outline of the duties and Hawaii, by William Russel, Joseph mirk-
iesponibilitits of a grand juror. inshaw, Simon Itonde and W. C. Peacock I
IT.. limvs ; tbf itnnnrlaiipi. nf mirniwl !& Co., Ltd. The privileges of a hotel j
... ... ,. ! business, of acting as agents, of dealing ad cooking utensils
jury to the community in compell- . ,' h, ' . , 1 porcelain bathtub
J J ' 111 rpnl mill tiprsmi.'ll nronprlv lln In lliroo lyis.iniii imiiinu
ing honest and upright ad.ninist-1 timc.s t)ie owolIll ol ils capital fctock of 1 ,ur., J! S'res" c
and all other stock,
1 iiirti 11 nr ntiii iivmroc rrturn iiim 1 111 iiii
ration in office by public servants. deuhng iu shares and Iwnds of other cor ! new three story building on l'urneaux
There is no belter public monitor 1 porations and of doing "any other act or htne, near I'ront street, Hilo, Hawaii.
1 I I IN1I lilt urtlfl ot t-iittli nllnhnll 1 1 tilt
busmess, Hgricultura, mercantile or ; , ..Mt ,)i(,(kr ,,, , ofte
otherwise,' are asked bv the corporation. ) United States of America, to satisfy said
Tlie capital stock is J6250 with the privl-1 mortgage.
lege of increasing it to $ 200 000, the I
than the grand jury system to
guard against wrong-doing by
public officials. The scope of their
investigations is unlimited and the
indue ce for good which they
exert most powerful. The secrecy
of the grand jury's deliberations,
which heretofore appear to have
been lightly regarded, cannot be
too strong impiessed upon grand
jurors. Secrecy of action permits
a grand jury to sift to the very
bottom every matter of a public
nature demanding investigation
and inquiry. The public records
share 1 being of the par value of $ 25 each
The term is fifty years and the officers
for the first year are: J. G. Rothwell,
president; William Russcl, vice presi.
dent; C. S. Weight, treasurer; R. L.
Auerb.ich, secretary; Joseph Ilurkinshaw,
director; A. W. T. Hottomley, auditor.
The Peacock company takes 160 shares,
William Russel 20, Simon Hondo and
'Joseph Ilurkinshaw 10 each and the five
incorporators one each.
JOSH G. SI5RRAO,
Illiniums Throun Overboard.
California is very strict in the enforce-
and the administration of every mentor her law regarding inspection of
I.ihId i.iii iilmilc I'llun.rmiu tn U t 11
government official is open to ' i"
I. K. RAY,
Attorney for Moitgagee.
Hilo, Nov. 8, 1904.
Wall, Nichols Co.
Has Stored Heaps of
Nichols Go's Room
Toys in the Wall,
on Bridge Street
Of all kinds.
Including Hawaiian Coat of
Anns, Hawaiian view paper.
Padded volumes, a full line of
dainty gift books, sets by
standard authors, latest fic
And picture frames, genuine
24 K gold plate photo frames,
circular ones in gilt, gold and
In the main store you will
Including our new Hawaiian,
and many Hawaiian novelties.
Purses, portfolios, tourist sets,
Of every description and all
their FURNITURE. There
are beds, dressers, washstands,
.wardrobes, sideboards, wash
ing outfitSjdish elosetSjhouses,
Hooks, tree ornaments, and so
many other things that you
just must come and sec for
Of all sizes and kinds, includ
ing coasters,wheelbarrows, etc.
For boys and girls.
Chairs, rockers, Morris chairs,
Beautiful koa and calabashes.
WALL, NICHOLS CO. Ltd.
Hoolalia Hoopna Moraki.
examination and criticism, and
; agriculture. On the last trip of the
K like me ka tnea i hoiki ia maloko o
keuahi molaki pono Hale .i liana ia e Y.
Oka amc C I'. Uradshaw,o Hilo, Hawaii,
i hauaia ma ka la 11 o I'ebruari, M. II.
1904, a i hookomo ia ma ka ke keeua o
ka ma kope palapala ma Honolulu, O.ihu,
Teritore o Hawaii, ma ka la 2 o Julai, M.
H. 1904, IHike 260, noao4i; a o ua mo
laki uci i oleloia ua hoolilo ia aku ma ka
la 9H1 o Julai, M. II. 1904, ia Jose O.
Serrao ho kekahi waiwai i loaa aku.
Nolaila, o Jose G. Serrao, ke nunao nci
Knterprise, the S.iu l'raucisco irspectors c hoopaa i ua moltiki nei, no ka haki ana
grand jurors should not be deterred j ,oar,u-d the vessel to examine her cargo o ka aelike, oia hoi, no ka uku ole ia o ka
iroin ooniK tneir wnoie iiuiy oy
fear of disclosure of their votes or
I cause of scale. Reports received iu
dicate that some Hilo shippers, are care
expiessed sentiments within the
sacred piecincts of the jury 100111.
Judge l'arsons has eutleavored to
impress upon the present grand
jury the importance of keeping
Mich information inviolate.
It' I'Oi.tTics is going to be the
governing factor in the appointment
which are invariably rejected by coui'
mission merchants or disposed ol to
peddlers, who sell at prices which ruin
the regular market. One shipper who
viriMf snttiH illsrr(lliiti In tin rmulltv
..r :. ...:n ..... 1... !...,
111 .1 new pij-hi.i..-ii:i , n. win i.ui iv , ()f fujl j,,,,, lvlx)Uit ,, his last ship
necessary to legard a candidaU s imMll (,rj ,.L.llls p(.r lmuclli TllCi,e wer,
iiouesty or unsiuess iiiniuv, wuiuu
of all )luces is most reiptired in the
of bananas. In one shipment ol 40 I "J"1 Pace ame ke kumupaa i ka wa o ka
4 ' llbll ntln
bunches 33 were dumped overboard be- Nolail'a ke boolaha ia aku nei. ma kn
l'oalua, la 29 o Noveiub.i, M. II. 1904, ma
ka bora II o ke kakahiaka. ma ka iiuka
1 . . .. .... T
less iu this respect and also are send- "m "e aio o k uaie uookoio o o 11110, 1
, ,, ,. . ' . , , , , ,, I ka waiwai I hoikeia uialulo uei, oia no ua
ing small, 'inferior bunches of fruit, waiwfti 0 Y, oka i hoike ia ma ka molaki
e oleloia uei, a i hoike iu pencil
6 ) poe moe hou pela, iiluua, nine uhi
1 moe hao hou.
1 tiahu lole.
3 noho paipai.
24 noho c ae.
1 kapuahi kuke Urika) ame pouo pa
upau loa o ka hale kuke.
I kapu auau.
I lillaka pakaukuu ame ua poiro nine e
From advices just received we are
enabled to supply in a general way
our list of Japanese purchases with
which we this year expect to secure
a share of the public patronage:
NpPfllpwnrlf Drawn and Drawn
MCltUlCWUlrt nm Tfmbroidered
Shirt Vaist Pieces in Linen, Grass
I I.iueli, Pine I.awu, Silk and Cotton
' Crepe; Collars and Neckwear of nil
kinds iu I, men, Grass Cloth and
I Lawn; Drawn, I.aceaud llraid Work,
1 over 300 pieces; llraid Work Collar
ituii .uii ocis, mum wrK oiik aim
Lawn Ties; Drawn Work Iiwn
Handkerchiefs, "Ilimo" Lace Col
lars and Cull's, ltraid Work Doilies,
Teneriffe Collars and Doilies, Linen
Drawn and Drawn and Kmbroidcred
Cushion Covers, While Drawn Table
Linen anil Trav Cloths, l'our-l'iecu
Sets llraid Work; Cheap Silk Ki
niouos, Cotton Crepe Kimonos, Silk
Dressing Sacipics and Gowns, Silk
Smoking Jackets, Ladies' Dressing
Trays, Picture and Photo Frames,
Handkerchief lloxett, Cabinets,
Music Stands, Tables, Work Iloxis,
Desks, Screens, V,c.
Carved Woodwork b
Trays nnd lloxes.
Fancy Colored Porcelain
Tea Sets, large and umall; a large
assorimeutof odd Cups and Saucers.
Cloisonne Ware ?;;,n,,I!,,iT,i
grade; large assortment.
(iPtlPrfllifipC. nd Painted
UUICl aillICa Sllk pSlrinted
Silk Pans and Cheap Paper Pans,
Printed Silk Table Covers. Silk Pa
jamas, I'ancy Japanese Lanterns,
White and lllue Gra-.s Linen, Ktc.
As soon as the goods are to hand
and opened we shall supply further
We Are Headquarters for
Ladies' Combs and Brushes
Kodaks and Cameras
Perfumes and Toilet Waters
Fine Toilet Soaps
FOR A GENTLEMAN
A Box of Cigars is the Most Appreciated Gift
La Marylinda, Clear Havana, 10c Size,
" "' 2 for 25o,
Pedro Garcia, " " 10c Size,
" " . " . " 2 for 25c,
El Merito, Seed Havana, - -
American Insular Londres, -
well packed and arrived iu good con
dition. AeeiirdliiL' to the market retxirtq.
post UllllX- III l.lllllium, WIIL-Ii: CUI- ... I. ........ ...ark.-t villi 1h r.n.1 frnm
ruplion hustoo loii run laiupant WIW ,m for Hawaiian fruit, few shipments il'1'1 JT 'HV'"!.0 ,r"'Tukrtokc"lft 11
nt Wiishintrtoii. 1 ir x. n 1 , nui (Pront), o Hilo, Hawa . I
'll U 'S"'"k "' '"-"'"K received from New Orleans. Km ,, , ke klu,llla ukm , ku
- I ,., 1..., l,i1.! ,,. I... .I 1...n. ..... 1 -
This service of the wireless1 First Foreiicn Church,
speaks for itself and no substantial Sabbath, November 27, 1904, 11 a ml
business house finds fault with the j "Cleansing Prom Sin," 1 John 1:7, 7-30
promptness iu receipt or delivery of 'p. in. "Let usuhuii that we may serve
messages. the Kgyptiuns," V.x. Ljiia.
tnea koho kiekie, ma ke dala kuike, ma
ka dala gula o Amerika Huipuia, i mea
e hooko ia ui ua moraki uei.
JOSK G. SI5RRAO,
Mea 1'aa Moraki.
I. K. Ray, I.oio.
Hilo, Nov. a, iyo-1. 2-3t
j Moses & Raymond iu addition to their
! Singer Machines have a few second hand
slightly used hewing machines which 1
1 they wuh to Hell on your own terms, I
2.50 ' 25
4.50 I 50
4.20 I 100