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TIE WEEKLY HI LP TRIBUNE, HII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
29. 1 904
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
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Ilakalau Store X111 is ll
J. I1. Smith ii "ii 11 limiliiiK l'hm1IU(iii
on the oilier uiili- of Itu islmiit.
V. C. Cook Inn ted tin- lioipltiil mill is
now rriiilinn wtlh I'. Sourn nil ,'VIiikiI
Iyn5 C.ili'llilnrs 11 tit 1 Cnli'llihir .nls
W. N. Co.
MUs Mmii .Mnliy Inn tyH:uiitL't Mini
clerk In Hie l.iw oll'ifi' of Uiil(;vuy K:
J.ick llil11tt the jo III bookkeeper nt
OI.1.1 Store was 11 leluriiitiK p.iscti;er on
I'ranklyn Curly of I'.ipa.ilo.t ami Infant
cliihl were tlep.irlliiK passengers on the
Mrs. I'. 0. Snow anil Miss Hurriet
Hitchcock left Inst p'riilay for an extend
eil visit to Honolulu.
The wives of John Watt, V. O. O
nml Win. l'nll.ir returned fiom Honolulu
with their husband lust week.
A larc native mnt, 13x38 feet ailorns
the office of the Clerk ol the Court. It is
the largest on the Island.
Mrs. U. T. Moses mid daughter left on
the S. S. Kutcrptisc for a brief visit to
her former home at l'lcnsautoii, Cnl.
The ladies card chili, known ns the
Friday Afternoon Chili met last Friday
at the home of Mrs. I). A. I.ocheiileiu.
II. L. Itoss will leave next Friday for
nu extended visit to Canada. He will
return with Mrs. Ross who is now in
Lovers of smoking will he delighted
with the Smokers' outfits made from Ha
waiian woods. I'orsaleat the Hilo Hoard
Capt. A. P. Nihlackof the Light House
Service has placed a bell buoy, painted
th, to indicate the anchorage at Malaca
The Chess Club meets on Saturday
night next at the home of Mr. mid Mrs.
M trail, when challenge games will be
Win. Pliotenhauer, receiver of the
Punn Sugar Co. arrived Sunday morning
on the S. S. Maui to inspect the property
of that company.
There have been various reports in
Honolulu of the eruptions of the crater
ou top of Manna I.oa, but thus far none
have lieen seen from Ililo.
I,. Severance returned from Maui last
Friday with Mrs. Severance. The latter
appears to have been permanently cured
by the use of the Fiuseu ray.
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Smith leave next
Friday for New York city, where Mr.
Smith expects to take 11 special course in
corporation law at Columbia University.
W. Ii. Castle, Jr. of Honolulu was n
Ililo visitor last week, seeing the sights
and making n journey to the Volcano
House. He returned on Friday's Kinau.
Honolulu was favored with an auto car
piratic through Kapiolani park on
Thanksgiving day, prizes being accord
ed to the most artistic .jlcsign of the
A. II. I.oebcnstein is at present in
Honolulu with the surveys of the pro
posed Ililo forest reserve, which has been
recommended to the Governor for his
Mrs. Wm. McQuaid nnd a small
daughter of IM. Madden of Kukaiau
came to Ililo 011 Saturday last for a few
days visit. Mr. McQuaid arrived 011 the
Maui Sunday morning.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
tho market for jou. Liberal cash nil
vances made on shipments.
George Lycurgus at Honolulu states
positively that there is no truth in the re
port that he has purchased the Volcano
House or that he has acquired any inter
est in the Volcano House stock.
The Ililo Lodge of F.Iks will hold a
Session of Sorrow or Memorial Service at
their Lodge rooms next Sunday after
noon at 2:30 o'clock to which all members
mid friends of the lodge are invited.
Calabashes for Christinas gifts nre
greatly appreciated. W. H. Beers has 011
exhibition n large and varied assortment
of calabashes made from Hawaiian woods,
which he w-yi sell at reasonable prices.
The baseball game scheduled for
Thanksgiving day between the Waimeas
and the Ililo team did not come off,
since not sufficient guaranty could be
made to defray the visitors' expenses of
It is stated 011 reliable authority that
the Lyman boycott is extending to a I
prominent Ililo attorney who was active
ly engaged in securing the discharge of
Japanese laliorers from the public works
Don't buy your Christmas gifts until j
you fiud out what they have at Ilakalau
Store. They pronfise big things mid ex-'
pect to be ready for you on Monday, l)e.
There was a large attendance at the 1
union Thanksgiving service at the First
Foreign Church. Kev. C. 15. Shields
presided mid delivered the Thanksgiving
sermon. He was assistaed in the service
by Kev. W. C. Stewart, Kev. F G. Silva
mul Cupt. McLeodofthe Salvation Army.
I Christmas cards nml. booklets-W. X. Co.
W. Ilertnwiu is a Ililo visitor thU
Mrs. John 1). l'.irla of Konu i repotted
to be sriiousty ill.
Their weie 6,315 hunches of biimuiis
shlpiied by the Enterprise.
Henry J. Lyiumi denies the report
that he is a candidate for the' iost office
The Piano Club meets 011 Wednesday
afternoon week at the home of Mrs. L,
Mrs. Wm. McKay was a returning
Ililo passenger last week from the capi
Robert Horner of Kukaiau Stock
Ranch Is attending the November term
of court ns a juror.
Wong T. Chong is acting as Chinese
interpreter for the Novemlier term of the
Fourth Circuit Court.
I he S. b. Maui arrived Sunday morn
ing nt 4 o'clock with two passengers and
40 bags of Alameda mall.
The ladies of the St.yJames Guild ate
requested to be present next Friday after
noon at 3:30 o'clock at the chapel.
Special services will be held at St.
James Mission, tomorrow morning, St.
Andrews Day, at 8 o'clock by Rev. W. C.
Dr. A. II. Clark who arrived last week
to attend the November term of court Is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Holding,
Rev. and Mrs. Walter Stewart nml
daughter will occupy the Nawalii cottage
"iiomeinnt" on School street after
The Kukuihacle landim? was blown
away Sunday by the high sea which has
been running along the Homakua coast
for the past week.
Ring up Ilakalau Store and find out
what they can offer you this year. Goods
will be oil view December 5th.
G. II. Gere, accomoaiiled bv Mm.
Gere last Friday for a tour of the islands.
Road Uiigitieer Gere will inspect the
progress of the road contracts en route.
A. G. Kullburg, who has been buying
up nil the koa forests in the vicinity of
Hilo, went to San Francisco by the
Enterprise to negotiate a murket for the
Miss Emma Porter returned
week's visit with Mrs. Terry at "Haleo
hia," 39 miles, Volcano road. Mrs. Terry
remains at the mountain home for
A large consignment of fresh Orecon
apples and California oranges by the
Alameda have just been received by John
Lycurgus. Do not fail to get a box be
fore they are all gone.
Large ami small calabashes suitable for
Mainland gifts made from Hawaiian
woods are for sale by W. II. Beers at
reasonable prices. Ou exhibition at the
office of I. E. Ray-
All of the managers who attended the
Planters meeting at Honolulu returned
by last Friday's Kinau. Those who
arrived in Ililo were W. G. Ogg, John
Watt, Wm. Pullar. Jas. Webster. C. C.
Kennedy, J. T. Moir.
There is a rumor that Fukui's earn? of
Japanese laborers, who were summarily
dismissed from employment oiilheOoka-
la-Kukaiau road contract, are now en
gaged on other public works in the same
district, despite the efforts of the Young
Men's Republican Club to shut them out.
Happily Surfkishd. Many sufferers
from rheumatism have been surprised
and delighted at the prompt relief oh
taiued by applying Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. A permanent cure may be effected
by continuing tile use of this liniment
for a short time. For sale by Hilo Drug
A .liipniicsp Sliools lo llrnlh 11 rVllinr
Count rjrinnu In Ohm.
And a woman was 'the cause of It all,
Ilecnnne of.the diversified love affairs of
one Japanese lady, Klyotu Yoshilinclil
lies dead and Yiiiunsakl is under arrest In
Hilo Jail. Kiyota Yoshihnchl Is a laborer
ill Yamatiaka's catiin nt 8'i Miles. Olaa.
and while in the cookhouse in the rear of
his lodgings Friday night about 8:30
o'clock, tirciiarilik! coffee for 11 conolc of
callers, he was shot in the back by mi un
known assailant, who fired through an
open window. The murdered man wo
able to drag himself into the front room
mid was curried by his friends to the office
of Dr. Curti?. The wound was hlcediiiir
profusely nnd the bullet was found to
have passed through the entire body,
uenctratllie the liver. Doth Dr. Curtis
and Dr.Nagal worked over the man until
about one o'clock Saturday uiorniiiL'.
when he died. Neither the bullet nor
p.stol could lie found. The dying man
made a statement before his death, charg
ing Yamasjki with having committed
thedeed. The suspected slaver was found
the same night in bed, and when arrested
denied implication iu the affair. It ap
pears that Yaumsakl's former mistress
nan lett mm and was living with the dead
man nt the time of his death. The lady
left her first husband to take up with
Yamasaki,aud smitten with the charms
of Kiyota she left Yamasaki to reside
with her third love. Vamasakl claims he
agreed entirely with the arratnreuieut.
but the police bejieve the woman was the
cause of the murdered man's depth.
Mrs. A. Klchley has for sale hand em
broidery, lace work, and novelties suit
able for Christmas gifts. Now 011 exhi
bition at Moses & Rayi Is. 4 4
A gold Eastern Star pin, lost on Friday,
Reward to finder nt Tkuiiinh Office.
I hove a few well bred acclimated
Plymouth Rock and Brown Lei-horn
chickens for sale nt reasonable prices.
4- W. S. WISE.
The Bashaw house
occupied by P. Peck
iu Puueo, recently
mid family, Ap-
R. T. GUARD.
A gilt Hawaiian nnvv button, bearlni'
anchor and crown design. Part of link
cuff button. Reward to finder. Return
to Triuunh Office.
h SEKKS AID OF 1'OKTUtiAI..
Portuguese Llthsaut Who Cnuuot
Find Justice In Tcrrijorlal
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Hxing tlio Responsibility
I have voluntarily assumed oram about
to assume the responsibility of having
others dependent upon me. I ought,
therefore, to see to it that they are pro
tected, and to use every legitimate and
wise measure to secure that protection.
A prudential life insurance nolicv will
meet this obligation as far as itis possible
to do so. See c. e. riclmrds or i. b,
Alfredo de Audros Mattos, went to
Honolulu last week with n complaint
about having been ejected from his home
on'Hawaii, by" Sheriff Andrews, is going
to Portugal to get justice. Mattos has
written to the Hawaii Mill Company
with another kick, iu which he tells of
his plans as follows:
Honolulu. T. II.. Nov. nth. too.i.
To the Presldeutof Hawaii Mill Co.
Dear Sir: If you please tell the man
ager not to touch on my property and
don't break Jiiy house, nor taking any
thing from there bclonirst to me. before
my case is decided by the court.
, 1 uont want you to no anything to me
, like you have been doing to Ant. I. da
from a ..:,,,., ,. J
I'.sii ci in ikiuic pusscssiuning 01 Ills own
property wlthouno right to do so break
ing his house cutting the cane pulling
out of th fruit tree without the man's
owing nothing to you and after vour
doing of such thing you did not pay him ;
lor ills own work lie Had been done in
his property without receiving no cent
Dear sir I was intimated by the plan
tation manoger to be iu court last Sen.
tembcr 25th in which you claim to pay
the lists and leaves the place. The same
time I meet the Judge on the street and
I told him I have 110 time to be at the
court. When the last time I was there
the judge and officers treat me bad and
driving me out of the court like a ,W
and would 110 stand to suffer such things
as that. When I received the court's in
timation I went to Affonso office to make
for me a letter to comnair at the court
house without getting ami attorney to
take my part. Then he told me to make
the same letter on Portuouese lanmiat'e
nnd so he could translated into English
language telling the court what was the
reason I could uot go there, but he did
not do that to me nnd after while he
said to me he had lost the letter the copy
of the same letter I send it to the man
ager iu Portuguese language. I exspect
to go to Portugal next mouth, see if the
government will help me on my case
and take part for me and of all the Por
tuguese you had used so bad and cruellv
treated to them without our Consul tak-
ing any part for it. And I hope all the
Portuguese will help me on that trin be-
cause the benefit is not only for me but
tor them nil.
Yours very truly.
ALFREDO DE ANDRADE MATTOS.
Bookkeeping or plantation work pre
ferred. The highest of testimonials from
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
The lteuellt Sule.
Be sure to attend the liandkerchiei sale
at the Hilo Hotel on next Friday evening
nt 8 o'clock aud buy your Christmas
gifts. Fancy bags of nil kinds suitable
for ladies mid gents, collarettes, cushion
covers, bureau scarfs, pin cushions, baby
uonneis anu Plus, Hat pin holders and
other articles too numerous to mention.
will be for sale at very reasonable prices.
1 Here will De Humpty-Dumptles for the
children and n Marionette show for whirl.
an admission fee of ten cents will be
charged. Also Ice cream, lemonade and
home-made candy will be sold.
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:
NpPHpWftfk Drawn and Drawn
Shirt Waist Pieces iu Linen, Grass
Linen, Fine Lawn, Silk nnd Cotton
Crepe; Collars aud Neckwear of all
kinds iu Linen, Grass Cloth and
Lawn; Drawn, Lace and Braid Work,
over 300 pieces; Braid Work Collnr
and Cuff Sets, Braid Work Silk and
Lawn Ties; Drawn Work Lawn
Handkerchiefs, "Himo" Lace Col
lars and Cuffs, Braid Work Doilies,
Teneriffe Collars and Doilies. Linen
Drawn and Drnwn and Embroidered
uusuion covers, White Drawn Table
Linen and Tray Cloths, Four-Piece
Sets Braid Work; Cheap Silk Ki
monos, Cotton Crepe Kimonos, Silk
Dressing Sacques and Gowns, Silk
Smoking Jackets, Ladles' Dressing
.Mr . I
LatqueiCU ITUUUWUTK I
Trays, Picture and Photo Frames,
Handkerchief Boxes, Cabinets,
Music Stands, Tables, Work Boxes,
Desks, Screens, Etc.
Carved Woodwork fS; '
Trays and Boxes.
Fancy Colored Porcelain
Tea Sets, large and umall; a large
assortment of odd Cups and Saucers.
Cloisonne Ware Txxi
grade; large assortment.
fienSMlif IPS Hand- Painted
UCIIC1 dlllICi silk KnllStPrilUc(i
Silk Fans and Cheap Paper Fans,
Printed Silk Table Covers.'Silk Pn-
iaillaS. FailCV Tnn.lHPSO T nnlr.ia
White and Blue Grn3s Linen, Etc!
. As soon ns the iroods nre tn limul
and opened we shall supply further
Klnnn ArrlvnlH, Nov, iia, 11)04.
J)r. A. II. Clark, W. G. Ocg and wife.
J. Watt and wife, A. L. Parker. W.
PulUr and wife, M. A. Rycrolt, J, Web
ster, Miss D. Stewart, Rev. W. C.
Stewart and wife, M. R. Jamleson, A. W.
T. Bottomley, C. C. Kennedy. Mrs. Wm.
McKay Jr., J. T. Moir, J. E. Parker, F.
H. Greene, J. M, Phillips, W. Berlowitz,
Al. U. KelS. I.. Severance nml wlf
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FJrst Forcliru Church.
Sabbath, Dec. 4, 1904, 11 n. m. "Born
Again,'' John 3:3. 7:30 p. m. "Martin
Call at Tribune Office
AH Sewing Machines
Will ha sold on unusually easy payments
up to January 1, 1905. Old machines taken
Burnt Leather Novelties
Good Form Coat Hangers
Butterick Patterns and
Fancy Work Goods
wiu viuuivd vwonaer ot the Age)
MOSES & RAYMOND
There is no more appropriate gift
can be given for Christmas than artistic
jewelry or articles in gold and silver.
Watches Stick Pins
Lodge Pins Fobs
Cuff Links Ebony Sets
Cuff Pins Fountain Pens
To satisfy the most fastidious tastes.
Limoge Art Ware
Solid Silver and
Souvenir Spoons and
J. D. Kennedy Jeweier
Subscribe for the Tkiuunu, Island sub
liowjfey's Chocolates 2
esli Hoiiig-OIiuIo Candy H
" 25 Cents Per Pound S
gr We have just received a large supply of Fresh
Assorted Xmas Candies, Popcorn and Confections 3
g and arc ready to fill orders for churches, Sunday 3
schools aud Christmas entertainments. 3
SS In Ijulk, or in J5'U., i-IIi.
Mini 1l I. it..
- ami 2-lb. buves. Y1 T 1
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