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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, U)o.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Mrs. Sntn lVck rcturmd to Honolulu
J. U. Smith wa a returning Kltmu
pnsseuger from Honolulu.
The TennU Club will hold a tourna
tneut on Monday, January ail.
Paul Jarrett win n Hllo visitor last
week, returning to Honolulu on l'ridav.
Mrs. K. J. Weight left 1'rlday to visit
friends ami relatives in Honolulu and
Owing to the transfer of the Misses
Hill the Kalwlki school is without a
The Bark St. Katherlnc, Saunders,
master, cleared yesterday with light car
go for Sau I'rancisco.
Wm. M. McQuald and wife, who have
been guests of the Maddens at Kukuiau,
vrent to Honolulu lat week.
F. C. Paetow and Geo. Blake both of
Kohals, took the third degree In the
blue lodge of Masons last night.
A call for furnishing the sewer pipe
and connections for Hllo sewerage
system appears in this Issue.
Miss Amy Hill succeeds Mrs. John
Kai, Jr. as n teacher in the Hanheo
school, the latter having resigned.
Diaries, calendar pads, beautiful Ha
waiian view calendars. Wall Nichols Co.
Judge V. S. Kdlngs, who formerly
presided over the Third Circuit Court at
Kallus, is now engaged in the law prac
tice at Honolulu.
Sealed tenders for the construction of
the Waimca water works, intake basin,
dam, etc. will be received by the Supt. of
Public Works up to noon, January ad.
Before purchasing your Christmas pre
sents, do not full to sec the novelties in
Hawaiian polished woods at the Hllo
Boarding School, which arc for sale.
George Lycurus denies most em
phatically that he will start a line of
automobiles from Hllo to the Volcano
House. "It is nonsense," said George.
Large and small calabashes suitable for
Mainland gifts made from Hawaiian
woods are for sale by W. H. Beers at
reasonable prices. On exhibition nt the
office of I. E. Ray
B. Griggs Holt, U. S. Shipping Com
missioner and a prominent society man
of Honolulu, was lost on the lava slopes
of Haleakala, last week, spending a
night without shelter and water.
Lovers of smoking will be delighted
with the Smokers' outfits made from Ha
waiian woods. For sale at thellilo Board
The number of nccidents yon rend of
daily should bring forcibly to vuur mind
the necessity for life insurance in the
Prudential. Hawaiian Trust Co. General
Managers for Hawaiian Islands. IJ. E.
Richards, Manager Hilo Branch.
Calabashes for Christmas gifts are
greatly appreciated. W. II. Beers has on
exhibition a large and varied assortment
of calabashes made from Hawaiian woods,
which be will sell at reasonable prices.
A. B. Loebensteiu, one of Hilo's pro
mineut citizens, was honored by Hono
lulu Lodge of F.Iks in being asked to de
liver the address on memorial day of
that order. The exercises took place In
the Opera House on Sunday afternoon
and were largely attended.
Miss Stella Potter who visited in Hilo
and Olaa last year as the guest of the
Shipmans and McStockers was married
at Sioux City, Iowa, on November 16th,
to Dr. A. J. McLaughlin. To anticipate
practical jokers, the couple were quietly
Rules for new game "5"0" ffee. W.N. Co.
Misses Iv and' Ruth Richardson arc ex
pected home Wednesday.
The Chess Club meets Friday evening
at the home of Dr. Holland.
Mrs. W. F.J. Dale, of Walakea, has
joined her husband at Honolulu,
Mrs. W. T. McMauus will spend the
Christmas holidays with her daughter In
Attention is called to the substantial
advertisement of the Prudential Life In
Judge Matthcwman Is sitting In the
Rulin rape case, in which Judge Parsons
Hoflschlaeger & Co. offer a selected
case of assorted wines for $6.50 appro
priate for a Xnias present.
Dr. M. Wachs announces his early de
parture in January for the coast where he
will locate permanently.
Miss Florence Hill goes to Honolulu
after the Christmas holidays to take a
course in the Normal School.
It is reported that Jas. Slsson sings that
beautiful melody "Lucky Jim" the live
long day. He has a daughter now.
The Hakalau Store have by no means
sold out their stock of Christmas goods
and invite customers to call and see them.
Contractors pidding ou the con
struction of new wharf at Kawalhae
landing are notified that the material for
the same will be delivered by the Wilder
S. S. Co. free of charge.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same ou
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made oil shipments.
The local Lodge of Elks announce a
dance and theatricals on New Year's eve,
December 31st, within their hall.
Miss Carrie Dunn has taken a room at
the Peacock Block, where she will re
ceive orders for dress making and plain
Adachi of the celebrated "Ten Dollar
Club," who was arrested in Japan and
brought back for trial for perjury, was
sentenced by Judge Dole last week to
one year's imprisonment.
Curios of Hawaiian woods, shells, and
seeds, Hawaiian Souvenir and bamboo
calendars Wall Nichols Co.
L. W. Haworth, city editor of the
Honolulu Evening Bulletin, was a fellow
passenger with H. L. Ross of Hilo on the
S. S. Ventura for the coast. Both gentle
men ore bound for the Northwest and
Mr. Haworth will locate permanently
The four masted schooner F. M. Slade,
of San Fiancisco, P. Larsen, master
makes her first visit to Hilo, with a car
go of 1 160 tons of coal from Newcastle,
N. S. W., consigned to the Hilo Rail
road. She made the voyage in 67 days,
arriving Saturday noon at Hilo.
married two weeks before
time set for
Kinan Arrlriils, Dec.
L. A. Thurston, Faul Jarrett, Geo.
Robertson, A. Voss, Mrs. Landers and
son, A. B. Loebenslein and wife, Rev. J.
K. Shwegki, Rev J. Shibada, E. P.
Mabie, A. Ahrens, R. L. Hosmer, F. S.
Dodge, E. K. Walker, J. U. Smith, Kim
Tung Kiu, Mrs. F. Rodrigues and a
VOLCANO HOUSK AFFAIRS.
I'rolmlilo llrnrgniilxiillon nnd Clinincn
The Volcano Home will take a frcRh
start ou DccemlKT 15th, when n special
meeting of the Volcano House Company
has been called in Honolulu for the pur
pose of rcogaubatlun. It is understood
George Lycuri;us now owns a controlling
interest In the company. New officers
will be choscuvnnd n board of directors
selected, agreeable to Mr, Lycurgus.
The business will be done at n special
meeting for the reason that there has
been no regular meeting or annual meet
ing of the stockholders for ten years. In
fact, the date ou which annual meetings
should be hcUUs unknown, the by-laws
and constitution of the company having
been lost or destroyed.
Among other things that will be de
cided at this meeting will be the nature
of extensive Improvements. It is under
stood that Mr. Lycurgus will take charge
of the hotel personally early in the year.
Special features of the management will
alto be determined at this meeting. It
was thought the control of the Volcano
House stock could be obtained at $1 per
share for stock of a par value of (25.
Some of the bigger stockholders have let
loose at this figures, among them leing
L. A' Thurston and Peter Lee. But
other stockholders refuse to let go and
even shake their heads at offers of $ 2
In this connection it might be said
that it is almost certain that St. Clair
Bidgood, present manager of the Volcano
House, will go to Haleiwa in place of
Mr. Church. Mr. Bidgood hns been
offered the place and close friends of his
say that he will accept.
Delightful Muslcnl l'rogrnm.
The members of the Piano Club were
treated to an exceptionally fine program
last Wednesday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. L. Severance, in Puuco. There
was a good attendance nnd three addi
tional members were added to the roll
Miss Florence Hill, Mrs. W. S. McLean
and Mist Katherlnc Westcrvelt. Miss
Esther Lyman rendered ou the piuno
"Llebestrauraerel" by Lichuer, which
was followed by u duet, the "Chauiinade"
by Mrs. Tracy and Mrs. Carl Smith.
Katherlnc Westervelt played in a pleas
ing manner, 11 Hungarian melody, which
was well received. Miss Lilllnoi Hopai
sang a pretty solo "The Ivy Leal" and
Mrs. C. E. Hapai responded with two
vocal selections "I Love Thee" aud "Du
bist wie cine Illume" both of which were
dainty and pleasing. Miss Potter exc.
cuted with her usual fine style an Adagio
selection from Beethoven. Mrs. J. T.
Lewis renderd Zarembski's Polonaise,
which is always a favorite, and later
favored the meeting with Sinding's
Spring Song. Miss Florence Hill made
her debut as a member with a vocal solo,
a "Spring Song" which was simple and
sweet. Altogether a most pleasant after
noon was enjoyed and the next meeting
I of the Club will be announced later.
A JUROR MARKS A SL'KNK.
SppclArulnr Kxlillittlon by n Juror
In llpnslry I'm so.
There were n iiumlttT of spcctncular
incidents in the Ilensley care, the most
startling of which was a colloquoy which
took place Thursday afternoon, just be
fore adjournment, between J. T. Stacker,
a juror and C. M. Lellloud, counsel for
the defendant. About 4:20 p. tn. Deputy
Attorney General Llghtfoot moved for nn
adjournment until 10 o'clock Friday
mdrning, giving ns a reason the illness of
Attorney LeBlond aud a desire not to
force an evening session. The Court
ordered bailiff to adjourn court until the
hour specified, when Juror Stncker called
out: "I object. Some consideration
should be shown to the jury. All the
consideration so far has been shown to
The Court: "Will you be willing to
come back at 9 o'clock tomorrow morn
ing?" Juror Stacker: "Yes, at eight o'clock."
Mr. LeBlond: "I would like to know
what consideration Mr. LeBlond has re
ceived." Juror Stacker: "Mr. LeBlond, th t
jury has been kept waiting two days fo,
you, while you were "
Here the Court interfered nnd stopped
the colloquov, which threatened to be
come personal, and Mr. LeBlond closed
the argument by savin.: "I wish to note
on the record the misconduct of Mr.
Stacker." Court was then adjourned by
the court crier.
There was talk of contempt proceedings
but Judge Parsons decided not to carry
the matter further. It was current talk
on the street that the action of Juror
Stacker was responsible in creating a
sentiment in favor of the defendant and
causing an acquittal. It was generally
conceded that the misconduct might hnvc
resulted In a mistrial or a reversal by the
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath,, Dec. 18, 1904, 11 a.m.
"Make to yourselves friends by means of
mammon of unrighteousness," Luke 16:9.
7:30 p. ui. "Speak unto the children of
Israel tlmt they go forward," Ex. 14:15.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330, F. nnd
A. M. There will be a special meeting
of the above lodge Thursday evening,
December 15th, 1904, at 7:30 sharp. Work
in third degrecC Sojourning and visiting
brethren arc cordially invited.
By order of the W. M.
Klnnu Departures Dec. 0, 1004
M. M. Moritz, Mrs. W. F. J. Dale, E.
Page, E. P. Mabie, F. S. Lyman, Chas.
McGonagle, Miss Atkins, Mrs. Ed. J.
Weight, Mrs. S. Peck, Mrs. W. T. Mc
Manus, N. C. Willfong, Dr. O. Wall,
Wm. McQuald and wife, L. A. Thurston,
E. Low and wife, G. C. Poiter, Paul
SiSSON At Hilo, Hawaii, Tuesday, De
cember 6th, 1904, to the wife of James
Sisson, a daughter.
Ai.di'.n- At Hilo, Hawaii, Sunday, De
cember 13, 1904, to the wife of Chas. W.
Alden, a son.
Lyman At Hilo, Hawaii, Thursday,
December 9, 1904, to the wife of Rich
ard Lyman, a daughter.
Sprained Ankle, Stiff Meek, Lame
These are three common ailments for
which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is cspe
dally valuable. If promptly applied it
will save you time, money and suffering
when troubled with any one of these ail-
tiipnta. Vnr nlr liv th Hiln Drllir On.
Subscribe for the Tridunk, Island sub
scriptiou fa. 50,
This Case of Assorted
14 Doz.Bot. Riesling Q
AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT
CHURCH ST., - HILO, HAWAII
THE OLD RELIABLE
A Former Hllolte Dies.
News has becu received here of the
death at his residence at Evanston, Ills.
on Nov. 31, 1904 of Dr. Henry M. Lyman
at the age of 69 years. Dr. Lyman held
high rank in the medical profession aud
for many years was a professor in Rush
Medical College. He wus the author of
a number of works on medicine, which
are accepted ns authority on the subjects
treated. He was born in Hilo, Hawaii,
but early migrated to the States. His
wife, who died a few years ago was a
sister of Mrs. L. Severance and of Dr. A.
B. Clatk of Honolulu. Of the original
Lyuiati family reared in Hilo, who sur
vive him, there arc four brothers Rufus
aud Judge F. S. Lyman residing at Hilo,
David B. Lyman and Francis O. Lyman
of Chicago, and a sister Mrs. S. W. Wil
cox of I.ihue, Kauai.
Hllo Hums Club.
At a well attended meeting of the Hilo
Burns Club, held on Saturday 3rd Inst.,
the following officers were elected for the
year from 35th January next: President,
Geo. Wilson; Vice President, Jas. Hend
erson; Treasurer, Alex. Fraser; Secretary,
Jas. S. B. MacKeuzic; Master at Arms,
William Chalmers, Waiakea, James
Chalmers, Pepeekeo, and James S. B.
MacKenzie were elected new members.
Committees were also appointed to
take eharge of the arrangements for the
celebration of the 146th Anniversary oi
the birth of Scotland's Bard to be held in
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
San Francisco. California
Mf WE Wf
THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
The partnership hitherto existing be
tween C. M. Lellloud and W. II. Smith,
attorueys-at-law, Is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All accounts due the
firm are payable to C. M. Lellloud, and
all accounts due from the firm are pay
able by him,
C. M. LKBLOND,
W. H. SMITH.
Hilo, Huwaii, Nov. 30, 1994. 6.4
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma .... December 7
Alameda December 16
Ventura December 28
Alameda January 6
Sierra January 18
Alameda January 27
Sonoma February 8
Alameda February 17
Veil ttn a March 1
Alameda March 10
Sierra Mnrch 22
Alameda March 31
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma December 6
Alameda December 21
Ventura December 27
Alameda January 11
Sierra January 17
Alameda February 1
Sonoma February 7
Alameda February 22
Ventura-. February 28
Alameda March 15
Sierra March 21
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from Snu Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
any steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Subscribe for the Triuunk. Subscrip
tion $2.50 per year.
On the Pike
AND SEE OUR ELEGANT LINE OF
. A - Vases tor table or floor
Glove Boxes, II a u d
kcrchief Boxes, the
work of the most cele
brated Japanese artists
in this line.
In sets and odd pieces,
and of h i g h artistic
PONGEE kimonos, Embroid-t-
IZO cre( Silks, Embroid-
olLlVO crc(l Doylies.
DA lAMACSilk Handkerchiefs
r t. J Jh ri Jt O and Silk Materials for
THIS IS A HANDSOME ASSORT
MENT of goods and we have priced
them low. Store open until 8:00 P. M.t
beginning MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th.
Come out and select your Christmas goods.
PAPAIKOU, - - HAWAII
!5S Holiday Offer
All Sewing Machines
Will be sold on unusually easy payments
up to January i, 1905. Old machines taken
Burnt, Leather Novelties
Good Form Coat Hangers
Butterick Patterns and
Fancy Work Goods
PlatO Clocks (Wonder of the Age)
MOSES &. RAYMOND
PINE CONNECTIONS 3
Lownoy's Chocolates 3
Mixed Candies 3
esh Home-Made Cand 3
25 Cents Per Pound 2
We have just received a large stipply of Fresh :s
Assorted Xmas Candies, Popcorn and Confections, 3
and are ready to fill orders for churches, Sunday 3
schools and Christmas entertainments. 3
In bulk, or in H-h
;z: mid 2-ib. taxes. wjr -g y -4 y
iiimuiiumuiiimiiumi HUO Lflflfly LO.
The I.nt&t Howling Game
The Only One in the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
.Walanueuuc Street, Hilo
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned,
Furniture made to order, nny style
wanted. Repairs made on any kiud ot
furniture. Trices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop,
Apply to JOSE O. SERKAO.