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THK WKKKIY IIII.O TRIHUNK, HI I.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1915
Cnrl S. Stnitli left for Honolulu to bo
gone six days.
Mis Minnie .SclimiiU left Inst week Tor
n brier visit with her sifter in Honolulu.
Mr..and Mrs. Henry Deacon nrc now
kecping'housc Willi tbe Wcttiioreson IIt
111 in street.
A large assortment of Whitman' can
dies bus just been received by I.. Turner
W. II. Pield, repicsentlug the Equita
ble Life Insurance Co., is on 11 business
trip on Hawaii.
The next uncling of tlie Chess Club
will be nt the home of Dr. Henry Hayes
next Saturday night.
Mrs. Milton Rice was n returning pas
scngcr on the Kin.iu from San Pruncisco
by way of Honolulu.
Miss Louise Howard after an extended
visit with friends in Honolulu, returned
to llilo on the lat Kinau.
The Misses l)eo are now occttpviug
the Sadler cottage on the corner of
Church and Pitman stteets.
Admiral and Mis. Geo. C. Heckley,
Missjaunita Heckley, Mrs. IJ. O. Carrera
and Henry 1. llccklcy nrc registered at
A. L. Louisson, the Hamakua coflee
planter, was n returning passenger on the
Siberia ami h.ts been spending the holi
days in Honolulu.
Attention is called to Goernor Carter's
official proclamation felting aside a forest
reserve, heretofore known ns the Waipio
mid Kohala mountains.
The week of prayer is being observed
with appropriate services in the Poreigu
Church ever night this week. A gen
eral invitation is extended.
TheS. S. Enterprise leaves this morn
ing for Honolulu to take on the cargo of
refined sugar nnd will their return to
Hllo on Saturday for bananas.
The S. S. Kin.iu will be a day late this
week in arriving, on account of yesterday
being n legal holiday. The vessel leaves
tit the usual hour Prlduy nioiiiing.
G. W. Carr, Assistant Superintendent
Railway Mail Service, made n hurried
visit to Hilo and vicinity last week, re
turning to Honolulu on the Kinau l'rlday.
The coal schooner I'. M. Sladc, Larsen
master, finished discharging on Wednes
day her coal cargo consigned to Hilo
Railroad and cleared for Gray's Harbor
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.
The annual election of officers of the
llilo Hoard of Trade will take place next
l'rlday night at l'irein.iu s Hull. All
members are requested to be present at
the orgauziation that evening.
Hana Sugar Plantation 011 Maui was
sold under foreclosure proceedings at Ho
nolulu, on December 24th, at public auc
tion, to M. S. Griubaum for 5300.000.
that being the only bid received.
Whooping cough is now epidemic
among children in Hilo. The family of
I'. W. Thrum have just recovered from a
severe attack, and the malady has taken
hold of the children of 12. 15. Richards
and n. I'. Schoen.
Mrs. Robt. Duiicun, whose husband
died several mouths ago aud was formerly
at Paahau Plantation, has communicated
with friends here the sud news of the
death of her only child. She resides at
present in Scotland.
Death of Mrs. M. S. Puclicco.
Mrs. M. S. Pacheco, wtfe of M.
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Her Home on riituuu street, iron, ncuic
pneumonia, superinduced by child birth.
Mrs. Pacheco was a young woman and a
general favorite in the Portuguee colony.
Her husband is an employee ol L.Turner 1 uilo to take the refined product of tin
Co., Ltd., prominent ir lodge circles and J Honolulu Plantation Company, thereby
a member of the Hilo Baud. The funeral cutting into the Oceanic's business here.
which took place Sunday afternoon from
the Catholic Church wus largely attended.
Francis Council .s, Young Men's Iusti-1
tute attended iu 11 body, ns well us the
baud. Besides her husband, three small
children survive hei.
lliigiigement 011 the Tapis.
Contrary to the general belief that "in
the springtime u young muii's fancy
lightly turns to thoughts of loe," Hilo
is experiencing an epidemic of engage
ments. Besides the engagement of Miss
Florence A. Muckeiuie to Dr. Frederick
Irw in, announced iu last week'bTuz hunk,
Mrs. Philip Peck on Tuesday lust made 1
public announcement of the engagement '
of her second daughter. Miss EmeliePeck, I
to Dr. Ormond Wall, of Honolulu. Tlie I
engagement of Miss Bertha Loebenstein
to II. Morehead is now made known and I
several others are reported to be on the
Kiliuii Pusse nicer List, Dee. 'J'.). ,
I). K. Egitchi, W. Herlowiu, Mary
Ailail, Mrs. de Mello, Miss L. Howard,
H. Giutuiini, G. W. Paly, John Tosh,,
Miss Hitchcock aud Maid, Mrs. Milton
Rice, Master G. Brash. A. Humburg, II.
Rohrig, Miss L. Notley, F. Piser, Mrs.
G. L. Desha, W. II. Field, A. II. Hanker
son, Rev. W. II. Lee, Admiral Geo. C. j
Heckley, Mrs. G. C. Heckley, Miss
Juanitn Heckley, Mrs. E. G. Carrerra, II.
P. Hechley, S. Parker Jr.
Dr. M. Wachs is a departing passenger
on the S. S. Enterprise.
Oilic Shipinau Jr. was the sole passen
ger on the S. S. Enterprise which arrived
1 Miss I'ranc Eaton returned Saturday
front a few d.ivs visit with Mrs. 1'. O.
Snow at 22 miles, Ohm.
Next l'rlday will be Epiphany day in
the Catholic Church and masses will be
said at 6 o'clock and 9 o'clock a. nt.
Judge I'. S. I.ymau aud daughters arc
stopping for a few weeks at their tnouii-'
tain house at 29 miles, Volcano road.
William E. Smith, storekeeper in
charge of Kukaiau store, is renewing ac
quaintances with Hilo friends this week.
Sam P. Parker Jr., manager of Hiimu
ula Sheep Station, is in the city attending
the dedication ceremonies of Mooheau
Admiral Heckley says he has a letter of
apology from the editor of a local paper
for editorial reflections made upon him
self. Miss Carrie Dunn has taken a room at
,111c Peacock Illock, where she will re
ceive orders for dress making and plain
The installation of officers of the Ha
waii Chapter No 1, Order of Eastern Star,
has been set for Tuesday night, January
Mr. and Mrs. C. Castcudyk will arrive
in Hilo on Saturday night, January 14,
on the Maui, after which they will be at
home to their friends.
Miss Harriet Hitchcock, who with her
mother, has been visiting her brother H.
R. Hitchcock at Kaunakakai, Molokai,
returned to Hilo l'rlday.
Judge John Albert Matthew-man of the
Third Circuit has been called to Hono
lulu to sit oil the Supreme bench in some
law cases in which Judges Hartwcll nnd
natch arc disqualified.
A cablegram was received in Honolulu
last week from Shanghai announcing the
birth of a son on December 17 to the wife
of 1'. M. Ilrooks, formerly a Honolulu
attorney. Mrs. Ilrooks was formerly
Miss Gertz, daughter of I'red Gcrtz, of
The wedding of Miss Francis Mary
Williamson and Donald McIIattic Forbes
took place last Thursday morning at the
parlors of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Moir.
After a wedding breakfast, the bridal
party left immediately for their future
home at Honokaa.
Acting for the Admlrul.
In order to permit Admiral Heckley to
lay over a trip ill Hilo to attend the dedi
cation of Mooheau Hall, Tom Burning
ham is temporarily filling the genial
purser's place on the present round trip
of the S. S. Kinau. Mr. nuruingham
has decided to leave the employ of the
Wilder Steamship Co. to accept a post- ',"' , , . , ' , ' w"la"n,uc'
tion as traveling salesman for E. O. Hall afSaU twl "ml k,,le' '"". I'rofcs
& Son, Honolulu. He has been assigned I si"n.1 Ka?,blcr, I'"!1,, lePl character
to Knuai and Hawaii as his special terri- mm? '" SmW"B- , , ,
tory. His place ns freight clerk on the I The Japanese were celebrating New
Kinau, which he has filled so acceptably ' Years a" ,,,av 5?l,n,ln' ","1 low; I'"1
for so many years, will be taken by w ' Jrc I. ";, or less fighting
Turret!, who has been in chn,,.n of ll, "monK ll,0M! w,, "Ubc too freely. The
, has been iu charge of the l"m""B '""'""- J'C
i at Honolulu. Jarrctt's place , P' "ere startled Sunday night by a
n by PeteIMii1Hr,fonnerly!te,ep,lo,IVU,TJ!Cl0,t. ,em;C,1 ' I'V
,,lin ,l n,H 1.1,,.,.. n,'ijnpaiiese bad been sobbed to death iu
will be taken
nf till Plnllflltln. nful Him Inttnr'a nlnnn
will be filled bv Wm. Mead. All are I ,rpo" AUc', 01,poMlf ?0,,cnu Virk'
well known in Hilo, and Burrlnghom'hV,lc" ,,c. depul' ''"", nrr'VC'1,
many friends wish hi... success in his new L luyaw b M,lccl mmi to Piucc9
field of labor. I From llle excite(1 croW(1 of Ipancbc,
ltlvnl Steamer Proposed.
It is rumored according to the Ad
vertiser, that the Oceanic Steamship
Company may put the steamship Zea-
lnnilm on the San Prnnpfopn-IIIIn r ii.
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the Mutsou line which has been in ser
vice on this run for two'yeirs. It is said
that the reason for the move is that the
Enterprise may be sent to Honolulu via
Better Thau a Fluster.
' A !iece of flannel dampened
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Halm nnd bound on
the affected parts, is better that, a plaster
for a lame back and for pains in the side
or chest. Pain Halm has no superior ns
a liniment for tlie, relief of deep seated,
muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale
I by the Hilo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE IS W SUBSTITUTE
I'hi) mill Dunce.
The Elks Hall was etowded to lis
capacity Saturday night to witness the
entertainment given under the auspices
of the House Committee. A temporary
stage whs erected nt one end of the as
sembly hall ami seats wcrij provided for
the two hundred and more guests who
filled the parlors and hall long before the
hour for the curtain was rung up.
The play presented was "The Marble
Arch" n one-act comedy with n number
of startling and amusing situations which
kept the audience in an uproar of laughter.
The plot was centered about a capricious
widow, running away from nu unknown
admirer, who has serious intentions of
marrying her. Without identity of cither
becoming known to the otticr, they meet
under the roof of a newly wedded couple
whose guests they nrc. Through a
series of natural mistakes the innocent
husband becomes involved in the love
affairs of the couple, hud experiences
considerable difficulty in explaiiini; to
his jealous wife, his position in the mat
ter. The marble arch is a reudesvouz
where the lively widow meets her fate,
whom she believes at the time to be her
friend's husband. Later when iutrodtict-'
ions arc made all around, the various
cases of mistaken idcnlly nrc cleared up,
the injured wife U appeased nnd the
widow and gallant lover made happy.
Mrs. A. G. Ctirtis as Constance Came
ron, running away from unknown suitor
portrayed the part with a touch and
finish that was delicious and refreshing.
W. C. Cook was dipt. Trentham, from
India, in pursuit of a wife mid not know
ing who or where she was. Mr. Cook
put his usual personality into the
character and carried the audience by
storm with his earnestness and im
petuosity. Miss Genevieve Venablc
made a charming bride of two months,
who doted on her husband but became
jealous of the other woman's pretended
design upon him. Jack Merewetlier.
newly married, was ably carried out bv
W. I. Madeira, who played the part in
telligently and with ease.
After the platform nnd scenery were
'removed by the stage carpetners, the
hull was transformed into a ball room
witli canvas floor. Dancing followed
until long past the midnight hour, when
the old yeir went and the new year came
in. Besides an overflowing bowl of
punch iu uu ante room, refreshments of
coffee and nut sandwiches were served
during the evening. The affair was en
joyed by one of the largest crowds that
have attended the many popular social
affairs of the local Lodge, of Elks.
ANOTHER JAP MUKliKU.
A Japanese With Head Crushed
Dies of Injuries.
On Sunday night thugs, presumably
belonging to the same gang who operated
utile could ic learned ot tlie allu.r. The
wife of the wounded man charged Mori,
a fellow countryman with the deed.
It appears Moriyann had been carous
ing during the afternoon with several
other Japanese aud was sleeping off the
effects of his intoxication, when he
called frcm his home by Mori,
suspected of comuiitiug the crime. The
police believe there was ...oie than one
man who look part in the assault. The
man's skull was crushed in by a heavy
blow between the eyes, besides three heavy
gashes in his right thigh, from which he
bled to death yesterday morning. There
was n cut across his forehead aud across
each car, showing there had been 11
struggle with his assailants. The cutting
took place nearby to the man's home and
as there arc no eye witnesses, the police
are at sea. Every effort was made to
save the man, but the loss of blood re
sulted in death Monday morning.
Large Consignment of damn.
Owing to the belated arrival of the S.
S. Enterprise, which was expected before
the holiday seoson, n large stock of game
intended for the Chrismas season arrived
in cold storage consigned to Demos
thenes Cafe too late and is now being
aU. .tl ..ua. ,,.-. mr. j.ycurgus, me
local resinurnuteur says he will barely
TIip l.oriil l,odgu
get freight and cost of shipment, but lieMi!s Mnriou Scott) Mlss eIcI Kimbanj
""""'l'"" "e game aisacnuce prices
hi order to get rid of the large supply on
St or"?,'.';? 3? "pSS,!.iS5fi:S
nfTiTiMl at 3.QC a iviirfir f.-r fnl.n.. .....1
any quantity of teal ducks may be hud
for 75 cents each. All of this game is
cold storage and it is claimed to be iu '
first class condition,
The Ilashaw house iu I'uueo, recently
occupied by I', l'eck uud family, Ap
ply to K, T. GUAUI).
SMOTIIKKKI) TO IIKATII.
Terrible Cutting or A. II. Tulloch In
11 Chnrronl Pit.
While working in n charcoal nit on his
homestead nt 22-Milcs, Volcano
011 Monday nftcrnoon, December
26th, A. E. Tulloch was crushed to death
by the caving in of the bank. When dis
covered by the rescuers he was sub
merged beneath tons of earth nnd when
brought to fresh air all signs of life were
1 Mr. Tulloch was one of the pioneers in
I tlie scttlemeirt of Olna. Originally he
was engaged in coffee culture, without
success, aud of late years has been plant
ing cane and bananas. Recently, after
correspondence with a large iron works
in the East, who desired a special charac
ter of charcoal for their furnaces, Mr.
Tulloch decided to embark in charcoal
making on an extensive scale. The iron
manufacturers, so.it is alleged, were much
pleased with the charcoal made from the
hard ohui wood, and promised to take all
Mr. Tulloch could make at n much better
figure than is obtainable for the same
product in Hawaii.
In carrying out his project, Mr. Tulloch
was constructing a series of permanent
c)tarcoal kilns, nnd it is supposed, was un
dertaking to face his pits witli masonry
when the fearful accident occurred which
caused his death. The weight of the
earthen roof was too great, and the dead
man was suffocated by the tons of earth
which enveloped him. The body, which
was found in nu erect position, was extri
cated from the mass of earth by I'. G.
Snow, n neighbor, with the nid of a gang
of farm laborers.
The remains were brought to Hilo
Tuesday nnd the funeral took place from
the First Foreign Church at 3 o'clock the
same afternoon. The deceased was 58
years of age, and left a daughter, Miss
Eluia Tulloch, and two sous, the oldest of
whom is 20 years of age. The family
were practicallydestitute oud only through
the kindly assistance of Mrs. J. T. Walsh
and other friends have they been provided
lor. Mr. Tulloch had been a struggling
small farmer in Olaa, working patiently
and faithfully iu the hope of making a
success in sonic of his ventures. His
homestead, which consists of a hundred
acres of cane and coffee laud, is heavily
involved in debt, ami at the time of his
death there was only f$ in cash in the
house. However, a popular subscription
was immediately started by W. S. Terry,
who has been able to raise enough to
meet the funeral expenses nnd temporar
ily assist the family. The two sons have
accepted employment as laborers 'Oil the
road construction work with Benton &
Arioli, contractors. The daughter will
probably be found a position as teacher
in the public schools.
A Kaleidoscopic Supper.
The "Rainbow Supper" given by the
Ladies' Guild of St. James Mission on
Thursday evening last, from an artistic
and financial point ot view, was one of
the most successful church affairs given.
The supper was under the direct super
vision of Mrs. Henry Hayes and n capi
ble corps of assistants, and both decora
tions and edibles were of an unusually
high order. Festooned across the ceiling
of tlie Hilo Hotel parlors were a series of
shaded electric lamp globes, giving forth
every color of the rainbow. The tables
were likewise arranged in colors, the
decorations nnd candle shades corre
sponding with the respective lights under
which the tables were placed. Dainty
misses, prettily gowned in cap uud apron
of the color to match the several tables,
were the waitresses, and were kept busy
until n late hour serving the swarm of
guests. Other refreshments iu the way
of lemonade and candy were dispensed
nt an adjoiuing booth, which was n cen
ter of attraction. After the rooms were
cleared dancing was indulged iu to music
III I'M lull 1(1 1 ltt lllu PrivimlliA .!. ..!
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jvunng me evening me Hllo lla.ul'reii
dered a splendid program iu the'liotel
grounds, which added much to the pleas
ure of the occasion.
Entertain llilo Belles.
A bud lunch was given by Mrs. Geo.
Carter for the Misses Ivy and Ruth Rich
ardson on Monday. The Misses Rich
ardson, who have lately returned from
nbroul, are charming girls, and on Mon
day they looked particularly well in their
fetching light frocks. There were twenty
guests and Mrs. Holloway presided at
one table and Mrs. George Carter at the
other. The tables looked very lovely
with violets scattered over the cloth and
Inshei'iof these same sweet blossoms in
the center. Maidenhair ferns made a
charming contrast nnd the pretty young
girls gave the finishing touch to a very
preiiy picture. ine place-cards weie
pretty trifles embellished with tlie Carter
Oardie. Helen, Alice and
Gardie, Helen, Alice and Mary Macfar
lane, Miss Ella Wight, Miss Alice Jones,
Miss jcllIlie GifTard, Miss Sophie Judd,
Miss Oenevieve Dowsed, Miss Violet
i f ?k-m,d Miss Nd,,e K"'-
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Curd of Thanks
The ladies of St. James Mission wish
I to express their gratitude and npprecia-
- j tion to their many friends, who, by their
j donations and patronage, made n success
;of the "Rainbow Supper." Especial
thanks ore due to the pretty waitresseH
for their services and to Mr. Carvalho
and the members of the Hilo baud,
whose generous gift of the music added
so much to the pleasure of the eveniug.
THE mLO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS:
T. W. j
3 I Mongolia
29 I 30
Vessels whose names appear OVER the date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names nnnear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const.
Destination of VcrscIs () To San
Victoria; B.C.; (?) To Yokohama.
. i. Kinau departs Irom Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a. tn.
S. S. Mauna Loa'smail closes in Hilo on Saturdays anil Tuesdays marked
(X) at 2:15 p. in., arriving iu Honolulu nt daylight three days later.
English aud American High-Grade Goods in
Neat, Stylish Patterns An Excellent Line
All Wool Amazon Cloth
AllWool LightWeight Novelties
SUITABLE FOR LADIES' SKIRTS
In Various Colors aud Designs
THE "NEW. IDEA" 10c PATTERNS
L. Turner Co.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
ISSUES SURETY BONDS
ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS
TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES '
P. O. BOX 348.
Tlie premises formerly occupied by the
Owl Drug Store. Apply to
9-4 E. WERY, Hilo
The marriaire of Mrs. Item ice Halstead
I Reid to Christian Castcudyk took place
j last evening at the St. Clement's Chapel.
The ceremony wns very pretty, though
not ostentatious. Members of the family
and intimate friends only were invited.
They filled the church, which was beauti
fully decorated for the occasion. Mr.
Castcudyk was attended by August Hum
burg as best man, and Prank Armstrong.
Mr. Rohrigaud Mr. Hugo acted as ushers.
Mrs. Reid entered with her brother,
Erauk Halstead, and the impressive Epis
copal marriage service was said by Rev.
John Usborue. After the ceremony the
bridal party returned to the Halstead
homestead on Mnklki street. The honey
moon will be spent at Huleiwa, after
which Mr. and Mrs. Castcudyk will make
their home iu Hilo, where Mr. Castendyk
is assistant manager of Hackleld & Co's
branch establishment. IHillctiu, Decem
Klniiu Departures Due. ill), l'.ll)4.
J. Willcock. Geo. llrash, Mrs. E. Low,
Carl Smith, A. II. Iluiikersou, Geo. W.
Carr, Mrs. Jos. Gibb aud two children,
Miss H. V. Coan, Miss I'lorence Hill,
Miss M. Schmidt. Miss Nellie Rickurd,
j Mr. llarnes, Miss Uarics, Miss Louise,
I Miss l'anny Moir, Miss Jukitis, Master
Jukiits, Mr. Hind, Mr. Matsuka, II. Gim-mini.
Francisco; (t) To Colonics; (t) To i
Postponement of Sale.
The Mortgagee's sale of nil the right,
title mid interest of Yetaro Kobavashi
and Hanaoka Juda, in aud to a certaiu
tract of laud situate nt Kaiwiki, Hilo,
Island nnd Territory of Hawaii. described
as Lot 9, Kaiwiki Homesteads, and con
taining 19.73 ncres, which sale had pre
viously been advertised for sale on Sat
urday, December 34. 1004. under Mort
gagee's Notice of Foreclosure aud Sale,
hus been postponed until Saturday, Jan
uary 7, 1905, at 11 o'clock a. m., in front
of the Court House, at Hilo, Hawaii.
D. E. WILSON,
Hilo, Hawaii, December 34, 1904.
In the Coffee, Cnne and Batiaua grow
ing districts (prefer on tlie well known
Volcano road), five to tweiity-five aero
lot near good transportation. Object
Winter home and fruit growing for the
market. Will deal witli owners only.
Send price and description nt once to S.
II. Mills, 173 Washington street, Chicago,
Neither the owners nor masters of the
schooner P. M. Slade will be responsible
for any debts contracted by the crew of
9-4 i IARSEN, Muster,