Newspaper Page Text
tHB WKBKLY HII.6 TMllUNl!, H1L0, HAWAII, TtmsDAY b)iOi(MBR jj, 1904,
l'niicy Ciilrnd.iri "J" off. Willi, Nichols
There will lir 110 iiu-ttiiiK
of the Client
CI11I) this Mtk.
It. T. Ounril Inn Iiccii l.iiil up with n
The S. S. KuternrNe is expected to
arrive lit Illlo on Saturday.
W. II. Lambert hns been nwnrded the
the contract for the construction of the
Cnpt. G. W. Gove of the Schooner W.
II. Mnr.itoii was here In September Inst
in the Ship I'ort George.
The paweiiKern arriving 011 Thursday
last on tin; l'ulls of Civile were J. V.Ray,
Miss 1'yfe anil Mr. Stream.
I. II. Schocn has been making n
successful business trip through llama
kun, representing the l'rmlcntial Life.
The Keystone Saloon now occupies the
premises formerly used by the Japanese
Wine and Liquor Co.ndjoinlugMadilila's
There will be a watch service on next
Saturday night at the Walakea Social
Settlement, to which the public are cor
At the Golf meeting held last Thurs
day night, Mrs. II. Klllott, Miss Ivy
Richardson and K 1. lliddwiu were add
ed to the membership.
Mrs. Fred Hauslet, whose husband is
employed in the Olaa mill, was the sole
passenger on the Schooner W. II. Mar
ston which arrived last Saturday.
St. Clair Uidgood aud wife passed
through Illlo last week en route to Hono
lulu and Waialua, where Mr. Uidgood
will assume his duties as manager of the
Miss Carrie Dunn has taken a room at
the Peacock Block, where she will re
ceive orders for dress making and plain
W. II. C. Campbell was fined 5.00
for contempt b Judge Parsons last Tues
day just before adjounemeiit of Court,
for saying "Sure" when told to report to
the clerk for his pay.
The Christmas tree and entertainment
given at the Waiakea Social Settlement
was largely utleuded and brought much
good cheer to those who receive the ml
vantage of this splendid work.
Health Inspector Don Ilowman per
formed u service to the community on
Saturday morning last by shooting a
black scurvy dog, which has been run
ning the streets unnamed and unowned.
Admiral Heckley has engaged rooms at
the Peacock Mock for himself and party,
coiuisting of Mrs. Heckley, Miss Jounita
Heckley, and Mrs. Carrcra. Henry P.
Heckley will also be here at the de
dication of Mooheuu Hall.
IJarly yesterday morning policeman
Win, Roolau made a raid 011 a Japanese
siill at Waikamalu mauka, capturing the
owner, Koui Chojiro, together with a
quantity of tubs mid demijohns filled
George Mumby of the Enterprise
Planing Mill made the lowest bid for the
construction of the Ililo Hoarding School.
The bids were opened on Satuarday, and
it was found that Mumby had underbid
a number of Japanese contractors. The
contract will be let by the Trustees at
their next meeting.
A (Julct Wcililiuir.
One of the passengers 011 the Ship
Falls of Clyde, was Miss Anna M. Fyfe,
who at one time was a trained nurse at
the Hilo hospital but for the past two ,
vears has been in California. She re-1
turned to Hawaii to become the bride of
Tohti Schape, team overseer at Houokaa
plantation. The ceremony was performed
Friday night nt the home of Mr. and Mrs.
II. T. Lake on Pitman street with only a
few friends present. Rev. C. fi. Shields
officiated and the next morning the
bridal couple left for their future
This Case of Assorted
HDoz.Bot. Riesling O
AN ACCEPTABLE GIFT
CHURCH ST., - HILO, HAWAII
The Misses Mnlr rrturil to school at
Honolulu on I'rlday.
Miss Harriet 1 Conn is going to Hono
lulu Friday for 11 brief visit.
Next Friday, Miss Florence Hill leaves
for Honolulu to attend the Normal
A large assortment of Whitman's can
dies has just been received by L. Turner
Top spinning among the small boys has
come in vogue again, with the regularity
of the season.
The usual Sunday church services
will be held in the the Catholic Church
New Year's Day.
The Iilks give a leap year dance, the
"last chance for the ladles" at their hall
on New Years eve.
A union watch meeting will be held at
the Unit! Church Saturday night, to
which all persons are invited.
F. M. Swatuy of the firm of Tlieo. H.
Davies & Co. is a Hilo visitor this week
as the guest of C. C. Kennedy.
Judge John Albert Matthewmau de
parted for his home at Kallua, via 'Vol
catio House, on Wednesday morning.
Miss Mabel Gee, who has been a train
ed nurse at the Hilo hospital, will leave
for San Francisco shortly after the first
of the year.
Notice appears in this issue of the
annual stockholders' meeting of the First
Bank of Hilo, to be held on Saturday,
Messrs. A. Humburg, H. Rohrig aud C.
Castcndyk left for Honolulu last Friday
o attend the letter's wedding, which
took place yesterday.
Owing to yesterday bciug a legal holi
day, the Kiuan will not leave Honolulu
until Wednesday noon, arriving at Hilo
Thursday night. Her departure will be
at the usual hour Friday.
Don't bother about preparing your own
supper Thursday night. The Ladies'
Guild of St. James Mission have prepared
an elaborate rainbow spread for that even
ing at the Hilo Hotel. Price, 50 cents.
Word was received by Mrs. William
Weight of the sudden death at Honolulu
of her brother, William Illaisdell, who
was well known in Hilo. Apoplexy is
attributed as the cause of his death. Mr.
Ulaisdell was iged 48 years.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify aud place the same oil
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The Mills Urlnd.
The mill of the Hilo Sugar Co. com
menced grinding last Thursday morning
at six o'clock. The Wainaku mill does
not usually start up until January, but
owing to the exceptionally large crop,
the grinding season was begun earlier
this year. Waiakea Mill Co. have been
grinding for two weeks, and arc usually
in the lead in the grinding. No other
sugar mills along the windward coast
have been reported to be at work.
Oluti Murderer Hound Orer.
After three days hearing District
Magistrate Hapat bound over to the
grand jury on Wednesday morning,
Yamasaki. alias Yauikura Tochlsht,
chaaged with the murder of Kiyota
Yoshihachi, the Japanese who was
mysteriously shot in the back and killed
1 in Olaa on November 35th. Motive as-
pribed to the crime is a woman.
Klnnu Departures Dec. 20, 1U04
Dr. J. S. B. Pratt, Robt. Clarke, John
Tosh, Miss C. Snow, Miss Lyman, L. M.
Wlilteliouse, J. U
Howland.C. I. Flshel
H. II. Dempsey, Mr. and Mrs. St. Clair
Bidgood, George Lycurgus, A. M. Brown,
C. Caslendyk, A. Humburg, H. Rohrig.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath. Tan, I, 1904, 11 a. 111. Ser
mon from the year text, "The spirit of
trtitli will guide you into all trutii,"
1 1 si.inilnoil 1 1, Lin. Stiff Nfib. I.mnn
These are three common ailments for
which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is espe
cially valuable. If promptly applied it
will save you time, money and suffering
when troubled with any one of these ail
meuts. For sale by the Hilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE 13 NO SUBSTITUTE
A HA UK'S TKAUIti UKATII,
Hurned to Heath While I'nmil
Were Sleeping oh" u Drunk.
While the parents were in an Intoxi
cated condition Christmas afternoon, the
In Tit tit sou of Kahtic and wife in Pmieo
was burucil to death. All morning, the
parents who are Hawaiians and reside in
the rear of Chas. Moore's home, Imbibed
freely in a quantity of cheap wluc. While
they were sleeping o(T the effects of the
liquor in an adjoining house, the child
which is about a year old, got hold of
some loose matches upon a bed In their
own home. When the fire was discovered
by a passing Chinaman, the baby was
enveloped In flames. The father was
aroused and rushed frantically to the
scene, but instead of attempting to rescue
his babe from the flames, started to pnt
out the buruiug furniture. When the
fire was quenched, the child had expired
and its little burned frame was a sicken
New l'-thlnn Officers.
The Knights of Pythias Hilo Lodge,
No. 7, held their annual election of offi
cers last Tuesday night at their hall. The
following officers for the ensuing year
Chancellor Commander, 15. Fuhr.
Vice Chancellor Commander, L. Hell
bush. Mastcrat-Work, T. O. Mitchell.
Master-at Arms, P. C. Bearuer.
Keeper of Records and Seals, William
Master of the Exchequer, I. E. Ray.
Master of Finance. II. Ludloff.
Inner Guard, F. Couradt.
Outer Guard, H. T. Lake.
The installation of officers will occur
at the meeting held in the second week
Sheriff Andrews is offering a reward of
$100 for the arrest and delivery of or for
information leading to the arrest of
Akioka, the Japanese wanted fot the mur
der of a fellow countryman in Kau 011
November 16th last. He is described as
5 feet SlA inches In height, light build,
light complexion, long features, brown
eyes and hair, flat nose and a large scar
on left temple and chin. He is a profes
sional gambler and of a quarrelsome dis
position. New Musoule Oftlcers.
At the annual election election of
officers of Kilauea Lodge 330, F. & A. M.
held at Masonic Hall on Saturday even
ing, the following officers were selected:
Worshipful Master, Thos. C. Ridgway;
Senior Warden, Wm. T. Balding; Junior
Warden, E. N. Holmes; Treasurer, Adam
Lindsay; Secretary, H. Vicars., The ap
pointive officers will be chosen by the
Worshipful Master, upon Mr. Ridgway's
return early in January at which time
the installation will take place.
The engagement of Miss Florence A.
Mackenzie, to Dr. Frederick Irwin has
just been announced. Miss Mackenzie
has been residing with her brother D.
Mackenzie ,at Hakalau and is a young
woman of charming personality and
beauty. Dr.' Irwin has been plantation
physician at Hakalau for the past two
years ami is one oi tuc popular society
men in the Hilo district. The date of
the weddiug has not yet been decided
Caused Ills Retention.
Hir.o, Hawaii, Dec. 20, 1904.
Editor Hn.o Triuunk:
Sir Permit me to correct the state
ment made in the Hilo Tribunic under
date of December aoth, in which it ap
pears I am not a member of the Young
Men's Republican Club of Hilo. I wish
to say that I am a member of the Club
and became one soon after it started.
M. M. SPRINGER.
Card of TlmukH.
The Waiakea Social Settlement Com
mittee return sincere thanks for all the
contributions and many favors shown to
the Settlement during the past year.
MISS MARY SLOPER.
Subscribe for the Tkiuunr, Island sub
ARRIVED BY S. S.ALAMEDA
From Sail Francisco, via Honolulu,
For California Fruit Market
Fresh Apples, Oranges, Chestnuts, Wal
nuts, Almonds, Figs, Dates, Prunes,
Raisins, Cauliflower and Celery,
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, etc.
Order your Christmas delicacies early,
so that you will not be disappointed.
JOHN LYCURGUS, Proprietor.
The Latest Bowling Game
The Only One iu the Territory
Union Billiard Parlor
Waianueuue Street) Hilo
LYL'UHUU.S WILL MANAUK.
Ueorjre loeuritus Tiilks of Chnnges
nt Volcnno House.
George Lycurgus, of Honolulu, who
has obtained n majority of the stock and
a controlling intetest In the Volcano
House, was seen by a representative of
the Tkimj.nk, prior to his return to
Honolulu on last Friday's Kiuan, to
whom he gave an idea of the changes
contemplated at the crater house.
"I shall endeavor to improve the hotel
and accommodations, ami make a special
effort to attract Island trade. The build
ings are being repainted and repaired,
new bath rooms and a general Improve
ment made In the service of the hotel.
I propose to construct two suplhcr bath
rooms, faced with marble and supplied
with overhead showers. These will be
conveniently located near the hotel.
The trails to the various points of In
terest around the hotel, such as Kilauea
ikl, the koa and fern forests, will be trans
formed Into driveways, to enable visitors
to make the trip in a surry or buggy.
"Demosthetiese Cafe and rooming
establishment will be operated in con
junction with the Volcano House. It
may be necessary to enlarge the present
Hilo quarters, so as to provide better
sleeping accommodations. I propose, If
possible, to secure through the aid of the
island steamship companies, a round trip
ticket from Honolulu to the Volcano
House, to cost $50. This will be good
for two weeks, cover cost of transporta
tion and the holder can either spend his
entire time at the crater or tarry iu Hilo
for a number of days. A similar low
rate for Illlo and island people, who de
sire to spend Saturday night and Sunday
at the Volcano will be put intoopera'tlon.
"Some persons make the mistake in
believing that the Wilder Steamship
Company are antagonistic to the success
of a hotel in Hilo. This is a great in
justice to that company, as I have the
assurance of President Wight that lie
will give me such assistance as lies in his
power to build up the tourist travel and
will cooperate with me In making the
Hilo and mountain hotels a success. I
leave for Honolulu and as soon as I can
perfect arrangement for the conduct of
the Union GM11 there, will return to as
sume charge of the Volcano House. In
the meantime, Demosthetise Lycurgus
will manage the place aud look after the
comfort of guests. I desire to work in
harmony with the Hilo people and am
confident that the two resorts can be run
advantageously and satisfactorily."
At the stockholders' meeting held in
Honolulu on Dec. 15th, there were al
most 1,800 shares of stock represented
out of 1,955 outstanding. Treasurer's
report showed a slight gain in profits
over the report of 1902. It was arranged
to hold a meeting every February. There
arc no funds In the treasury and $6,900
I bonds are outstanding. A two-year
second mortgage for $5,000 was author
ized. Lycurgus, elected manager, took
the mortgage. The following were
choseu officers: President, R. W. Shin
gle; vice-president, u. l,. wiglit; secre
tary, L. A. Thurston; treasurer, R. II.
Trent; auditor, J. A. Kennedy.
. . .
Thursday, December d, entered Am.
ship Falls of Clyde, Matsou master,
nineteen days from San Francisco,
with three passengers, cargo of live
stock aud general merchandise.
Saturday, December 84th, entered Am.
schooner W. II. Marstou. G. W.
Gove master, fifteen days from San
Francisco, with one passenger, and
general cargo. The Marstou is a five
masted schooner and makes her first
voyage to Hilo.
Klnnu Arrivals, Dec. 21st.
Seaman George, Ah Kong, F. II. Fos
ter, H. II. Dempsey, C. C. Taylor, Miss
Ivy Richardson, Miss Ruth Richardson,
V. S. Lyman, A. M. Brown, F. M. Swauzy,
Robert Clark, Mrs. Mary John and four
children, Mrs. A. Douse ami child.
The premises formerly occupied by the
Owl Drug Store. Apply to
9- E. WERY, Hilo
Neither the owners nor masters of the
schooner F. M. Slade will be responsible
for any debts contracted by the crew of
9-4 P. LARSEN, Master.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
of the Flist Bank of Illlo, Ltd., will be
held at the Bank, Peacock Block, Hilo,
on Saturday, the 14th day of January,
1905, at 2 p. m.
THOS. C. RIDGWAY,
Hilo, December 27, 1904. 92t
In the Coffee, Cane and Banana grow
ing districts (prefer 011 the well known
Volcano road), five to twenty-five acre
lot near gopd transportation. Object
Winter home and fruit growing far the
market. Will deal with owners only,
Send price and description at once to S.
B. Mills, 172 Washington street, Chicago,
On the Pike
AND SEE OUR ELEGANT LINE OF
- k Vases for table or floor
THIS IS A HANDSOME ASSORT
MENT of goods aud 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
SJ 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)
5 We have just received a large supply of Fresh :S
g Assorted Xmas Candies, Popcorn and Confections, 3
aud are ready to fill orders for churches, Sunday 3
S schools and Christmas entertainments. 3
S In hulk, or in 1Mb., i-lh. '
E: niul-2-11). lioxes. U1 P J P'
UmimummuuumiUu "HO windy tO.
Glove Boxes, H a 11 d
kerchief 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
ered Silks, Embroid
and Silk Materials for
FINE CONFECTIONS 3
Mixed Candies s
Cents Per Pound 3
THE HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT