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T11K NVKKKLY HII.O TRMUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DKCDMURK 20, iyo.
Diaries, calciiilnr tils 1 imittful Ha
waiian view calendar. WnllN'icholiCo.
1,. M. WhirVlimitu.', the Honolulu run.
tractor, is in tin I'itv, looking after his
A huge n-woiliiuMil of Whlttunn' cm
dies lias just been MTeivcd by I.. Turner
Deputy Clerk Hitchcock of the l'ourlh
Circuit Court h.ii receiveil 11 commission
na a tiotnry public.
Georuc 1'iutl Diiuckcr, formerly of Itilo
wns naturalized n 11 oltbcti last week in
Honolulu by Judge Dole.
The opening of the tenders for pipe for
the Hllo sewer h.ts been postponed until
Monday noon, January and.
John I.vcnrgns 1ms received n J.irgc
supply of rich, juicy apples, orangeV and
ot'icr frnits for the Xuus trade.
Sam Decker one time a Hilo real
estate agent has opened a gents' furnish
ing and clothing store at Wailuku.
The Xmas exercise of the Hilo Hoard
ing school will be held Tlnlrsdiy even
ing at 7:3 y .o'clock. Everybody is in
vited. A special Christinas sermon fldll be
delivered by Rev. W. C. Stewart next
Sabbatli morning nt 1 1 o'clock at St.
Iovcrs of smoking will be delighted
with the Smokers' outfits made from Ha
vraiian woods, l-'orsale at the Hilo Hoard
G. V. Alfonso, formerly of the Voz
Publica, has assumed the editorial man
agement of A Setla, the Portuguese
A petition endorsing Miss Jennie Mar
tin for postmistress is being circulated
and bears the signatures of many res
ponsible business houses.
The S. S. Helcne arrived ' Sunday
morning at 2 o'clock with 45 .bags of
Alameda mail, one passenger and a large
quantity'of California fruit.
Before purchasing your Christmas pre
scuts, do not fail to see the novelties in
Hawaiian polished woods nt the Hilo
Boarding School, which are for sale.
R. T. Guard, Agent, Mnstsou Navi
gation Co., has received a cable slating
that the Enterprise will leave San Fran
cisco tomorrow December 21st.
Rules for new game "500" free. W. N. Co.
ChristmasCardsand Booklets. W.N. Co.
The Ladies Social Circle of the I'ir.st
Foreign Church will hold a business
meeting in the Church parlors on Tues
day, December 20, at 2:30 p. m.
On Sunday evening, New Years night,
there will be a union praise service at the
Haiti Church, to which nil person f ,il
denominations ure invited tu atuud.
The monthly meeting of the Woman's
Board of the First Foreign Church will
be held 011 Tuesday, December 20, at
3:15. The ladies of the congregation nre
Since both Christmas and New Years
fall upon Sundays, the respective holi
days will be recognized by the Terri
torial government on the Mondays
Honolulu Plantation will ship its first
cargo of refined sugar to the Coast this
mouth, it is expected the S. S. Enter
prise will call for the shipment after
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 on shipments.
Notice appears in this issue that water
rates are payable on or before January
1st. 1905. If delinquent for thirty days
after becoming due, the privileges are
liable to be cut off without further notice.
The Evening Bulletin of Honolulu is
conducting a voting contest among it
subscribers for the most popular person
in the Territory of Hawaii. Six prizes
are offered from an automobile to a
barrel of flour.
This Case of Assorted
14 Doz.Bot. Riesling Qfc
14 " " Sherry "
1-4 " " Claret "
16 " " Sauteriie"
1-12 " " Champagne
AN ACCEPTABLE Girr
CIIU'ICH ST., HILO, HAWAII
Ftntiklin llow'nnd wasa Hilo visitor
011 Thurday and Friday last week.
The Chess Club meets at the home of
hlierlll Andrews on Friday evening next,
at 7:30 o'clock.
Road Engineer (',. H. Gere mid wife
returned fiom a two weeks tour of the
island last Friday morning.
E. A von Amswaldt of Papialoa return
ed on the Helcne via Honolulu fromn
six weeks' vacation at the coast.
Joeph Hull has been appointed pound
master of the South Kona ouiid estab
lished by official notice at Honotiialino.
The public schools closed Friday,
gcnernlly with execises for the Christ
mas holidays, until Tuesday, January 3rd.
Miss Carrie Dunn has taken a room at
the Peacock Block, where she will re
ceive orders for dress making and plain
The Misses Richardson arrived on the
Korea last week and nre making n brief
stay in Honolulu before their return to
Gilson Bell, n stenographer in the At
torney General's Office at Honolulu. left
on the Mongolia Tor a vacation on the
An opportunity tiv.sell a five or twenty
five acre lot near the railroad in Olaa,
suitable for coffee, cane or bananas
pears in another column.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Fiirueaiix returned
from their mountain house at Ferndale
on Saturday and will remain in Hilo
during the remaining winter.
Aug. Ahrens and family ntc residing at
the Richardson homestead on Church
street, their household effects having
arrived from Honolulu last week.
The track at Hoolulu Park is being
put in shnpe and from the number of
entries already made, there promises to
be some good sport on New Years Day.
It is stated that when Detective Hatter
left Honolulu last week for the coast,
, some one purloined his baggage and the
I sleuth was compelled to depart without
I his trunk.
I Large and small calabashes suitable for
I MHinlaud gifts made from Hawaiian
woods nre for sale by W. H. Beers nt
' reasonable prices. On exhibition nt the
I office of I. E. Ray
J. A. Scott was a returning passenger
on the Kinau last week from the Coast.
He reports his daughter Margaret much
improved and with her mother will return
to Hilo some time during January."
Calabashes for Christmas gifts arc
greatly appreciated. W. II. Beers has on
exhibition a large and varied assortment
of calabashes made from Hawaiian woods,
which he will sell at reasonable prices.
Clarence G. White, of Cleveland, O., a
sou of the principal owner of the White
Sewing Machine Co., is registered at the
Peacock. Mr. White is a man ol means
and is looking over the Islands as a field
Benton & Arioli are having difficulty
in procuring sufficient citizen labor to
continue the construction work on the
Peck und i8tf mile roads, Olaa. They
advertise in this issue for fifty pick and
shovel men. .,
U. S. Experiment Station Director
Jared Smith has secured five acres near
Hilo for growing banauus. He recom
mends transferring half of the Bluefields
banauus now growing there to the Hilo
land. The Board of Agriculture ngrees.
Isaac Erickson, contractor has signed
the contract for the construction of the
now famous Kalapana road. This is the
road which commenced and ended no
where in the vicinity of Kolapana, and
the completion of which wns authorized
under the loan bill.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, December 25, 1904, 11 a. in.
"The Word was made flesh and dwelt
among us," John 1:14. 7:30 p.m.
"Syria, the laud of Christ.
'Sprained Ankle, Stiff Neck, I.niuu
I These are three common ailments for
1 which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is cspe
I cially valuable. If promptly applied it
I will save you time, money and suffering
I when troubled with any one of these ail
ments. For sale by the Hilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HJEREIS NO SUBSTITUTE
Criminal ('iilendnr HnMicd.
With the nolle prosnpil of the indict
ment for gross cheat ngalul Kim Mini
S.m, 11 former lawyer's interpreter, after
it 111istri.1l, Judi.e Parsons brought to a
c,0,t' l'rlimy morning the criminal c.ilcn
The jury in the Kim Mini San case re
mained out till Thursday night and re
ported Friday morning n disagreement,
whereupon they were discharged. The
Court woifjd not nllow n continuance,
which would necessitate Ihe'hotdiug of
the defendant in jail. Deputy Attorney
General Lightfoot thereupon entered 11
nolle pros and having just time enough
to catch the steamer for Honolulu, bade
good-bye to the Court, officers and mem
bers of the bar.
The eight Koreans indicted for pirtici
pation in the Olaa riot, plead guilty and
were each sentenced to six mouths' im
prisonment. The Rutin rape case, the first trial of
which was last May, was tried before
Judge Matthcwmati Wednesday. The
jury after remaining out two hours re
turned with a verdict of guilty, recom
mending the defendant to the clemency
of the Court, He was sentenced Thurs
day to two years imprisonment and to
pay n fine of 300 with costs.
Judge Mutthewuiau excused the jury
Friday until yesterday morning, when
the assumpsit suit by the Puna Sugar Co.
vs. Akina anil Ah Hip was heard, by
During the present term of the Court,
Robert Iuues Lillie nud William Weight
were naturalized as citizens of the United
States. The former is n native of Scot
laud and has resided ill the Islands since
November, 1878. Mr. Weight is a native
of England nud according to his state
ment came to Hawaii in October, 1863.
The marriage of Christian Castcndyk
of Hilo ami Mrs. Bemice Hnlstead Reed
will take place in Honolulu on Monday,
December 26th, nt St. Clements Chapel,
Rev. John Usboruc officiating. Only the
immediate friends of the bride ami groom
will be present. After a brief wedding
trip, the bridal couple will take up their
residence about the middle of January at
the beautiful home of the bride in River
side Pa'k, Hilo. The place is being re
novated nud remodeled and promises once
more to become the center of a popular
Invitations have been issued to the
wedding of Miss Frances Mary William
son to Dounld McIIittic Forbes, which
takes place at the home of Mr. nud Mrs.
John T. Moir oil Thursday, December
29th. The cereiriony will beat 1: o'clock,
and after n wedding breakfast the couple
will go immediately to Honokna, where
Mr, Forbes is headjnna of the Houokaa
plantation; Miss Fanny Moir will be the
maid of honor.
A Itnliihow Supper.
The ladies of St. James Mission arc
planning a "Rainbow Supper" to be
given on Thursday night following
Christmas at the Hilo Hotel. The rooms
will be bright with shimmering "rain
bow" lights and colors and set with small
tables attended by a number of Hilo's
pretty society girls in fetching caps and
aprons, who will act ns waitresses. Sup
per will be scred from six o'clock until
eight and the bill offare will be both
substantial and delicious, consisting of
chicken bouillon, chicken croquettes,
sliced Virginia ham, potato salad, hot
biscuits, coflee with rich cream and n
sweet of some kind. A Hawaiian quar
tette will furnish music, and the price ol
all is fifty cents, including admission and
supper. The ladies in charge of the
affair are hoping for a large attendance.
At Catholic Chill-I'll
Father Oliver, on his return from Bel
giuin, was assigned to Lahuiim, Maui,
and Father Weudelin of the latter place
takes charge here. On Christmas Day
(Sunday) there will be six masses cele
bratedas follows: S:ooj 5:30; 7:00; 7:30;
9:00 and n:oo o'clock, with the .L.nl
evening service nt night. Saturday pre
ceding is the Fast Day of Obligation.
Kliiuu Arrivals, lice. Ill li.
Master and Missjnkins: J. A Scott, J.
Brito, Miss F. Moir, Miss L. A. Moir,
Mrs. Snow, Mr. Giacomette and wife,
Master R. Ahrens, R. C. Kennedy nnd
wife, C. G. Wight, W. S. Terry, II. II.
Scovell, Y. Ukitn, N. C. Wilfong, H.
Wicks, M. D. Hall, J. II. Howland
Father Mandolin, J. K. Bulger nnd wife,
G. C. Bailey.
Klunii Departures Dee. 17, lt)l)l
Tlieo. Wolfi", F, J. Leudeinanu, Mrs. C.
II. Swain, II. II. Scovel, G. C. Bailey,
G. ll'lake, F. C. Paetow, D. Conway, D.
B. Mncouachie, Alex. Mcllaiu, E. J.
Walker, Geo. F. Kenton, J. K. Bulger
ARRIVED BY S.S.ALAMEDA
From San Francisco, via Honolulu,
For California Fruit Market
Fresh Apples, Oranges, Chestnuts, Wal-
nuts, Almonds, Figs, Dates, Prunes,
Ruisins, Cauliflower and Celery,
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, etc.
Order your Christmas delicacies early,
so that you will not be disappointed.
JOHN LYCURGUS, Proprietor.
I CII1UNTMAS K.NTKHTAINMfcNTS.
J.Suinlnjr Schools nud Churchr Will
I Crlelirntu Itli F.xerclse.s.
Yuletidc is the sensoti most closely
associated with children's celebrations of
the nnnlvcrsary of the birth of Christ,
and ns Christmas day will fall upon
Sunday, nearly all of the churches and
Sunday schools of the Christian faith
will hold their exercises during the
week preceding. The 25th day of De
cember Is often observed as n high church
festival known ns the Feast of Nativity.
The season of Christmas extends from
Christmas eve (Dec. 24th) to Epiphany
(Jan. 6lh) and is variously known 'ns
Yule or Christmastide. ,
The First Foreign Sunday School, of
which Mrs. W. S. Terry (9 superin
tendent, have nn elaborate program in
preparation which it is expected will
surpass all previous occasions. The
exercises will be held in the church and
Sunday cchool room Friday evening at 7
o'clock. The principal feature of the
entertainment will be the reading of the
"Messiah" and singing of one or two of
the solos of the oratorio. There will be
recitations, choruses by a number of the
scholars, and, besides n Christmas tree
nud the usual remembrances to the
children, there is planned a surprise
which Mrs. Terry is not ready to make
known. The friends of the school arc
The Protestant Portuguese Church will
hold their Christmas celebration on
Christmas morning, Sunday, nt 11
o'clock. The program is in charge of
Rev. E. G. Sllvo, pastor of the church.
There will be two Christmas trees, one
for the members of the Sunday school
and the other bearing gifts for the poor,
who at this time should be especially re
membered. The Sunday school scholars
will take part in the exercises, and there
will be sotigs and recitations by the
various classes. Friends and parents of
children are cordially invited to attend.
At one o'clock Sunday afternoon, the
Japanese Christian Church, of which Dr.
U. Valium is pastor, will hold their
Christinas exercises, within the church, 1
An interesting program has been pre
pared, which will be partly in Japanese
and partly in English. A drill of juvenile
soldiers will take place and a mimic
battle ensue between the ininaturc army
and the evil spirits. The Japanese
Waiakea school will also take part. The
public is cordially invited.
Mrs.J.T. Walsh, in charge of the
Chinese Mission and Kiudergaten has
been unable to prepare the usual ex
cellent entertainment, which she had
planned. This has been a sore dis
appointment to her nnd to her Chinese
scholars. However she has outlined a
simple program for Thursday evening In
which the little tots can take part, and
to which only their parents are invited.
The Christmas exercises of the Haili
Church were held last Sunday morning,
when classes from the Hilo Boarding
School, Waiakea, Puueo. Haaheo and the
bible classes took part. Next Sunday
mornihgat 10 o'clock there will be dis
tributed Christmas presents to the various
classes. Rev. S. L. Desha acknowledges
the receipt of a gift of 40 for this purpose
received from Governor Carter, Senators
McCaudless, Bishop nud Dowestt of Ho
nolulu. Springer In Retained.
Miss Kate Kelly, the lady stenographer
appointed by Judge Parsons at the
urgent request ol Governor Carter and
I Secretary Atkinson, bus changed her
1 mind nud Malcolm Springer the present
official stenographer of the Fouth Clr
' cuit Court will be retained. Instead she
' will be appointed to the position of
j stenographer to the Supreme Court. The
j reasons for the cjiauge nie many, aside
I from avoiding the discharge of a satis
1 factory and competent official which Mr.
Springer hns been. The only fault found
I with the latter is that he is not n member
of the Young Men's Republican Clnb.
I 'PI... fin.l nf an.l. ...t.Il. ill .1.
"" """""' l"w " "weu uie
'''uent of Miss Kelly's appoint-
mem m uic xiiiu iiusiiiuu is regaruen as
one of the strong factors in effecting her
transfer to the position with the Supreme
In the Coflee, Cane nud Banana grow
ing districts (prefer on the well known
Volcano road), five to twenty-five acre
j lot near good transportation. Object
winter Home and truit growing Tor the
market. Will deal with owners only.
Semi price and description nt once to S.
B. Mills, 172 Washington street, Chicago,
Fifty pick and shovel men for con
htructiou work on Peck Road and iHJ
Mile Road, Olaa. Wages, 12JJ cents per
hour. Accommodations provided.
BENTON & ARIOLI.
Prccisao-se Cidadocs Para
50 Hoinens para trubalhnr de piquetta
(pick) e pd (shovel), nas estradas que
estfto cqnstruiiido echumadas Pecke 18 Jf
Milhas, Olau, Paga-se 12 cents por
horn de trabnll.o. Accommodates s;V
BENTON &. ARIOLI,
On the Pike
AND SEE OUR ELEGANT LINE OF
1 JrJ pNfy sjjty Comprising handsome
Vases for table orfloor
ft 1TI I A TTIT u sets aU(l dd pieces,
lfiblVn 1 IV beautifnllv flomrnrod
THIS IS A HANDSOME ASSORT
MENT of goods and we have priced
them low. Store open until 8:00 P. M.,
beginning MONDAY, DECEMBER 5th.
Come out and select your Christmas goods. ..
PAPAIKOU, - - HAWAII
! 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)
We have just received a large supply of Fresh HS
Assorted Xmas Candies, Popcorn and Confections, 3
and are ready to fill orders for churches, Sunday irs
schools and Christmas entertainments. 3
In bulk, or in !MI
ST and 2.1b. boxes.
The Latest Howling Game
The Only One in the Territory
Union Jiilliard Parlor
Walainienuc Street, Iilu
Glove Boxes, Hand
kerchief Boxes, the
wfork of the most cele
brated Japanese artists
in this line.
and of h i g h artistic
ered Silks, Embroid
and Silk Materials for
FINE CONFECTIONS 2
Lowney's Chocolates 3
Mixed Candies 5
JEome-Madc Candy 2
25 Cents Per Pound 2
mio lanuy to.
Koa Lumber in small and lare quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 'on any kind nt
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cablnot Shop.
Apply toJOSU G. SF.UUAO.