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TUB WKRKLY IIII.0 TRIMJNR, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1905.
J.VV. Ray wns n dip irtlug pasMMigcr
on the I'nlls of Clyde.
The Hawaii Jockey Club meets tonight
nt Hiretnnti'M Ilnll nt 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. nml Mrs. R. T. Guard were visitors
nt the Volcano House over Sunday.
Mrs. A. K. Nawnhi nml Miss Maria
Notley nre guests of Mr. nml Mrs. Chas.
There Is talk in local F,lk circles of pre
senting the comic opera "Mikndo" in the
1). K. Mclzgcr left last Friday on a
husincss trip to Ilonolutu, in connection
with the Hllo Knilroad.
The infant son born to Mr. nml Mrs. J.
K. Metcalfe nt Papalkou Sunday evening
died a few hours afterwards.
V. W. Thrum and family are now re
siding in the small eoltnge ndjoinlng the
former premises of J. V. Mason.
Mrs. G. II. Gere and Mrs. Wm. T.
n tiding entertain nt cards this evening
at the letter's home at Waiunku.
J. Tucker expects to leave on the
schooner V. II. Marston for S.m l'ran
cisco, where he will locate permanently.
The new Sheriff J. C. Searle will oc
cupy the old Held premises formerly oc
cupied by J. W. Mason, on Wnianueuuc
Hop Warn Co. hive assigned for the
benefit of their creditors to Aug. Hum
burg, assignee, notice of which nppcars
in this issue. ,
A special train was run by the Ililo
Railroad last Saturday evening from Olaa
for the accomodation 6f parties attending
the Cook benefit.
Mrs. J.A.Scott and daughter arc ex
pected to arrive in Honolulu 011 the
Manchuria, which is delayed a week, ar
riving February 4th.
The Butlerick pattern exhibit was
swarded the Highest Award nt the Worlds
Fair St. Louis. Moses & Raymond have
these patterns, and Publications.
y Miss Minna Ahrens was the guest of
honor at n pretty luncheon Saturday
afternoon given by the Misses Richard
son at Reed's Hay, In which teu young
If you wish your cofTee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
An unusual sight on Hilo's streets at
this season of the year is n sprinkling
cart, belonging to the Public Works De
partment. It has been kept busy for the
past week, laving the t'ust which has ac
cumulated by the lack of rain.
The ship Falls of Clyde, Matson,
master, left port Saturday morning in tow
of the S. S. Rosecraus, with a full cargo
of sugar and eight passengers for San
Francisco. The passengers were Mrs.
McI,eod and child, Miss Mabel Gee, J.V.
' v Ray nml four steerage.
Senator Cecil Drown of Honolulu and
A. Lydgale of Paauilo, in company with
R. A. Lyman made ,n visit to Puna on a
special train last Thursday for the pur
pose of inspecting the plant of the firm
of II. L. Williams & Company, of which
Mr. Drown was a member.
The successful bidders for furnishing
supplies to the Sheriff's Department lor
the Island of Hawaii, were: Groceries, II,
Hackfeld & Co. Ltd. nml Theo. II.
D.ivies & Co. Ltd.; fresh beef, Ililo
Market Co.; soap mid shoes, Hoffsclilagcr
& Co.; tobacco, codfish ami clothing,
Ililo Mercantile Co. Ltd.
llugliinlug of llont Club.
A start has been m.ide by local boating
enthusiasts in the formation of a boat
club In Ililo. 'Geo. N. Day has had built
by ship-builder "Billy" Bohm a four-oar
row boat, beating six persons. The boat
is clinker-built, 14 feet long and 4 feet
abeam. The frame and pattern were ob
tained from P.'isteru manufacturers, but
the parts were set up and the boat plank
ed here. The craft was launched on
New Year's day with proper ceremony,
at which a number of genial spirits were
present. Dr. W. II. Schoeuing and J.
U. Smith are joint owners in a skeleton
canoe, which has been much admired. It
is so lightly but substantially constructed
that it weighs but eighty-five pounds
The canoe is 19 feet long, and 2', feet
beam, constructed of light wood, covered
with canvas over which is a coat of
water-proof varnish. Both boats are be
ing housed in proper quarters on lauds '
leased on the Waiakea river. The boat !
house is known as "Wailaui" and the
laud has a water frontage of 150 feet.
Boating parties are becoming popular,
and it is expected that Either pleasure I
boats will be added to those now ill use.
Later on, it is hoped to organized into a I
boat club, with enlarged quarters. I
Klnuu Ih'unrluroK .Inn. -!0, 11105.
W. Berlowitz, W. A. Johnston, dipt. 1
T. K. Clark, Miss V. McGregor. W. Per
naudez, II. G. Thayer, Col. Geo. French,
Maj. J. Milsaps, Mis. South and daugh-1
tiT, J. Ouderkirk, H. Gittel, W. William-1
sun, W. II. Field. Mrs. Anna McLean,
W. A. Mackny, J. Schwartz, C. K. Faklu, I
Hon. Carlos Long, C. F. C. Chillings
worth, Capt II. Whitney, C. F, Luiiuers,
F. V. Bennett. '
Mrs. Lily Notley is making a visit with
Mrs, Norman K. Lyman.
The brew of quality is l'rlmo Lager,
delightful in flavor and luvigornting.
J. S. Ferrv, formerly of Koloa, Kauai,
Is now a practicing attorney nt law in
J. K. Roclia, the tailor, has gone to
Honokaa on business, and will return
about Fcbrunry 6th.
Jos. Vicrra nml family nre occupying
the residence' in Puuco lately occupied
temporarily by P. Peck.
The Chess Club will meet next Satur
day evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
BIHott nt Riverside Park.
Miss Hilton; who has been visiting in
Hllo for several mouths, will return to
the Coast on the Ship Marston.
Senator John T. Brown has been con
fined to bis home at Reed's Day for the
past two weeks with inflammatory rheum
atism. Invitations have been Issued by the
Honokaa Burns Club for a "Nicht wi'
Burns," at the Lyceum, to be given next
Right Rev. Father Libert, Bishop of
Zeugma, leaves within a few months to
pay his respects to Pope Pius X. He will
also make nn extended tour, of Kurope.
Miss Mabel Gee, who has been cm.
ployed as a trained nurse at the Ililo
hospital, returned to her home in San
Francisco on the Falls of Clyde last Sat
urday. Moses & Raymond arc now selling
machiucsou easier payments than ever
before. Why not exchange your old
hard running, noisy machine for light
running noislttss "Singer?"
Rev. S. L. Desha delivered nn interest
ing address at the Walakca MUsion Sun-
'day evening. The choir of the Halli
Church look part in the services, nml
added to the enjoyment of those present.
Hawaii promotion Committee is look
ing for new pictures to Illustrate its
literature on the Hawaiian Islands.
Original snap shots, pictures which lmve
never appeared in print, are greatly de
sired and will be gladly received within
the next few days.
The Hums Concert.
The Ililo Burns Club will give a
Scotch concert and dance at Spreckels
Hall next Saturday evening in commem
oration of the 146th anniversary of the
birth of Robt. Durus. An interesting
program has been provided, interspersed
with music and song and F. M. Ander
son has consented to give an exhibition
ofthe 'Highland fliug." The program
as arranged, is as follows:
t. 'Afton Water" Geo. LilHcoe
Violin Solo Thos. Scott
"John Anderson my jo"..Mrs. L. Hapai
Oration Rev. Curtis H. Shields
"Ye Hanks uud Braes"- H. Turner
"Last May a Draw Woer"....Miss Tutt
Recitation William Carlton Cook
Dance (Highland fliug)F. M. Anderson
9. Duet "Hunting Tower"
Miss Margaret Tutt and W. C. Cook
10. Trio.."Willie Brew'd n Pecko' Malt"
Geo, Lillicoc, H. Turner, Thos. Scott
At the close of the program, there will
be a dance to which the audience are in
vited. The entertainment begins
promptly at 8 o'clock. Tickets arc now
on sale at the Ililo Drug Store.
A Pake Luncheon.
Pake luncheons appear to the the fad,
nml society folk arc giving, an Oriental
flavor to their afternoon entertainments
by making them, n la Chinese. On Tues
day last, a party of Ililo ladies were the
guests of the Misses Richardson at 13
miles, Olaa, where a sumptuous Chinese
repast was enjoyed. Those present be
sides the hostesses, were Mrs. Richard
sou, Mrs. A. Ahrens, Airs. W. II. Ship
man, Mrs. C. A. Stobic, Miss Hilton nml
Miss Mary Shipman.
Hotter 'J'lmn 11 Plaster.
A piece of flannel dampened with
Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound on
the affected parts, is better than a plaster
for a lame back and for pains in the side
or chest. Pain Balm has no superior as
a liniment for the relief of deep seated,
muscular and rheumatic pains. For sale
by the Ililo Drug Co.
THE OLD RELIABLE
7UEBE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
Bij ! :mm
KXI.CUT1VK I.I.KMI'.M'Y IH.I.AYI.U.
Curler Hellerc Onvlinlf of Ken
Iimimi Minulil lie l-'lml Served.
Two petitions were mailed in Decem
ber last from Houoknn to Governor
Cnrter nskiug for the pardon oj! two
Portuguese citizens, John Cordciro nml
Mnthias BnptUta, who were convicted
about n year ngo for stealing beef from
W. J. Ricard. The petitions were re
ceived by the Governor without a let
ter of transmittal or any evidence indicnt
where they were from, or who sent them.
After nn investigation Governor Carter
believes it would not be right to take up
the question of executive clemency until
at least half of the' sentence of two years
has been served in each case, which will
not be until July 15th next. "Often the
administration is accused of failing to
show ordinary courtesy by relying to
such matters," says the Governor, "but
this illustrates how sometimes such
statements arc unjust nnd unfair."
Mathias Ilaplisla nnd John Cordeiro
were tried Willi n third man by name of
Jacintho Nobriga for larceny in the sec
ond degree, the killing nnd theft of beef.
They were each found guilty nnd sen
tenced on Jan. 17, 1903, to two years'
imprisonment. It is stated that Nobriga
is really the culprit in the crime, ami
that Cordelia and Baptistn were innocent
parties to the Iranmctiou. For grounds
of asking pardon, it is alleged that Bap
tistn lias n wife mid nine children, the eld
est of whom is twelve years, who are with
out means of support and practically
dcslitute. The family of Cordciro con
sists of a wile and five children, the
eldest of whom is seven years of age, and
they are in the same plight, being
dependent upon the mercies of their
III Honor of Miss McGregor.
About fifty young people of the un
married set, enjoyed thi dancing party
giveu by Dr. and Mrs. II. B Blliott at
their home "Dorccn Cattage," Riverside
Park, last Tuesday evening. The afTair
was in honor of Miss V. McGregor, of
Honolulu, a sister of Mrs. Klliott nnd a
young woman of charming personality.
Card tables were provided in the recep
tion parlors for those so inclined, and
the spacious lauai was gaily lighted with
electric lights ami Chinese lantern for
the dancers. Ferns, palms and plants
were prominent features in the decora
tions. The smooth floor, the music and
the coolness of the evening made the
dancing a delightful pastime until long
past the midnight hour. Coffee, sand
wiches and punch were served during
the progress of the dance. Among those
present were Mcsdnmcs Castcmlyk,
Baldwin and Richlcy. Misses Mc
Gregor, Peck, Hapai. Harriet Hapai,
Louisa Hapai, Ahrens, Rodgers, Ship
man, Hilton, Sumner, Loebcnstein,
Souza, Guard, Ruth Guard, Severance,
Deyo, Scott, Pomeroy, Eaton, Tutt,
Marlin, Weight, Cajiario, Anita Cana
rio, Gee and Mociue. Messrs. Jackson,
Day, Rohrig, Hamburg, Nichols.
Schocu, Balding, Guard, Stow, Shipman,
Frost, Morehead, Mellor. Grace, Hapai,
English, Rose, Eastou, Madeira, Smith,
Irwin, Cook, Weight, Schoenltig, Eraser,
Williamson, Eakin, Metzgcr, Baldwin,
Casteudyk and Richlcy.
. .. .
Kosccrnus (lets For Hiunuinx.
Upon representations that there was n
large cargo of bananas waiting for ship
ment from Ililo, Agent Guard of the
Matson Navigation Co. ordered the S. S.
Rosecraus nt Honolulu to make this port
before proceeding to San Francisco.
Capt. Johnson brought his steamer to
Ililo on Thursday last, and was disap
pointed to find that he was only able to
get 724 bunches of bananas mid a few
pineapples, when he cleared Saturday
morning for Sail Francisco. Owing to
the large shipment of fruit by the S. S.
Enterprise, comprising nearly 9,000
bunches, there was little ready teu days
later oti the arrival of the Rosecraus. It
is hoped to arrange the two vessels on a
schedule, whereby hereafter they will
arrive and depart at regular intervals.
Captain Johnson said
ly l Ills i", just me
..'1-1. 1. ! ! .,.
right season to
ship' Hawaiian fruits to
the Sail Francisco market, when the
Southern California fruit season has
closed. For the next three mouths,
there ought to be a great demand for
bananas and other tropical fruit at Sail
Francisco, yielding a handsome return to
the island growers on their shipments.
White I am disappointed at the small
shipment this trip, in order to keep faith
with the banana planters I have made a
call here for whatever bananas may be
ready. I hope to be able to carry a
larger shipment upon my return."
Local Inspectors Arrive.
The local inspectors of hulls ami boil
ers, Capt. Geo. II. Whitney and Jnrl F.
Lehuers, arrived in Ililo last Wednesday,
a week iu advance of their schedule, and
after examining all the local steam craft,
returned to Honolulu on Friday. They
were accompanied on their visit by W.
A. Johnston, superintending engineer of
the Wilder Steamship Co., and Capt. T.
K. Clark, port superintendent at Hono
lulu. Prior to their departure for Hono
lulu, one of the inspectors paid the fol
lowing compliment to the fleet of vessels
in the Hawaiian waters: "I do not think
anybody can come here and find any
reasonable fault with the vessels iu these
islands." Upon their return to Hono.
lulu, they will take up quarters iu the
Staugcuwnld Duildiug, where nu oppor
tunity will be giveu applicants to be ex
amined for llceubes,
AN ALL-STAU l'CUKOItMANCI..
A Packed limine (lieels the Ladle'
llenellt for V. (!. Cook.
If there wns any doubt of the ability of
women to succissfully carry through nu
undertaking which they had set upon, the
production qf the ninntctir va(idevlllc
performance for the benefit of William
Carlton Cook Saturday evening nt Spreck
els' Hall disjointed nil such skeptical
beliefs. The performance was a distinct
success nnd the credit for the entire affair
is due to the efforts of three ladies, who
worked untiringly in perfecting every de
tail. Even "eat in the house wns sold
long before the performance, nml in some
cases sold twice for the benefit of the
cause. Standing room only was the word
given to those who had not provided
themselves with seats before their arrival
at the hall.
The program, which was of an excep
tionally high order, was in charge of Mrs.
R. G. Curtis of Olaa, who lent to it a per.
sohality and professional swing that was
appreciated by the audience. There were
no hitches to speak of to mar the pleasure
of the performance. Mrs. J. T. Lewis, as
musical director, brought the choruses to
n high degree of training that made the
entertainment effective nnd n success.
She presided at the piano and was an in
telligent and sympathetic accompanist.
No small measure of the success of the
affair is due to Mrs. A. G. Curtis, who
was business manager, and carried out the
preliminary arrangements of the show
with ability and dispaich.
A. II. Jackson and Fred Breyman
opened the entertainment with a banjo
duet, which was repeated with variations
iu response to an encore. Miss Margaret
Tutt of LosVngeles gave a solo from the
opera, "Babes iu Toylaud," which in
makeup as au awkward schoolgirl and iu
vocal quality was a pleasing number. By
request W. I. Iadeira gave ji monologue
as "Mr. Pitman Cobb Reading His Morn
iug Mail." Mr. Madeira excels in nny
sole he essays. The fenture of the even
ing was "The Colonial Dames," led by
Mrs. Ralph G. Curtis, and in which Mrs.
Harold D. Elliot, Mrs. W. S. McLean,
Mrsv D. W. Marsh, Mrs. Louise Hapai,
Misses Minna Ahrens, Margaret Tutt,
Florence Scott and Harriet Hapai took
part. The costumes were elaborate, the
music pretty, and the stately step of the
minuet made a handsome spectacle, which
received an enthusiastic encore.
The olio was clean cut and partook of
a local flavor. 11. T. Lake and I. D.
Schoen, as Irish nnd German comedians,
brought forth many h laugh by their
lilies and the singing of "Mr. Dooley."
"Billy" Johnson, who Is always a favor
ite, in black face character, sang a coon
song entitled "Mr. Alexander." Max
Tracy ns the London newsboy, intnttercd
clothes and bootblack box, delighted the
house with his whistling, which was re
peatedly encored and proved to be one
ofthe bits of the evening. The club
swinging of W. H. Hiscrman was clever
and exceedingly skillful. Mrs. A. G.
Curtis In a monologue was heard uWi
disadvantage, but charmingly rendered a
"Lesson in Discipline of Small Boys."
The "Quaker Maids and Cavaliers."
token from the opera of "Miss Bob
White," wos another pleasing feature of
the bill. This consisted of seven demure
Quaker lassies, represented by Misses
Genevieve Vcuablc, Ruth Richardson,
Margaret Tutt, Dollle Sumner, Lilinoe
Hapai, Amy Hill and Lonise Deyo, all of
whom faithfully carried out their parts.
The gay cavuliers were Messrs. T7 T.
Chave, A. II. Jackson, S. Grace, O. E.
English, W. I. Madeira, W. C. Cook ami
Geo. Hapai. Mrs. Ralph G. Curtis cap
tivated the audience with u solo, "The
Hoo-doo-doo-doo Man," in which two
Hawaiian children figured effectively.
Iu response to an encore, she sang "The
Little Brown Man from Japan," which
received hearty approval.
The Inst number on the program was
reserved for Mr. Cook, iu token of whose
popularity the entertainment was given.
Mr. Cook, with some agitation, feelingly
expressed his thanks for the responsive
and appreciative audience that had filled
the house to overflowing. With musical
accompaniment he sang a number of
original "Rhymes Without Reason,"
whicl) bubbled over with local hits and
was roundly applauded. Iu rcspdusc to
the continued applause, Mr. Cook recited
a selection composed by himself when a
youth, entitled "Thee ami Me," which
displayed a depth of feeling and much
merit. This brought to a close one of
the most finished entertainments ever
presented to n Ililo audience, and the
ladies who promoted the affair, as well
as those who took part, are deserving of
high praise for the conscientious ami
painstaking interest taken iu the produc
Curd of Tliuuks.
To Mrs. J. T. Lewis, musical director;
Mrs. R. G. Curtis, stage manager; Mrs.
A, G. Curtis, business manager of the
amateur vaudeville benefit performance
given at Spreckels' Hall last Saturday
evening; also to the ladies and gentlemen
who devoted their time and talents to
uiukc the affair such u pronounced suc
cess; the representatives of the press for
their generosity, nml to the general public
for its ready sympathy, W. C. Cook ten
ders most sincere ami grnteiui tiiaiiKH.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Jan. 29, 1905, 11 n. ui. "Let
the redeemed ofthe Lord say so," Psalm
107:2. 7:30 p. m. "What meanclli
this?" Acts 2:13,
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE!
MEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHINC
NECLICEE SHIRTS, SWEATERS
SHIRTS, NECKWEAR and SUSPENDERS
UMBRELLAS, and a
FINE LINE OF LADIES' DRESS PATTERNS
AT EXCEPTIONALLY LOW PRICES
Must Be Sold Out Within Three Weeks
GLOBE CLOTHING CO.
PEACOCK BLOCK, ADJOINING BANK, WAIANUENUE STREET
English and American High-Grade Goods in
Neat, Stylish Patterns An Excellent 'Cine
All Wool Serges
All Wool Amazon. Cloth
JUIWool Light Weight Novelties
SUITABLE FOR LADIES' SKIRTS
In Various Colors and Designs
THE "NEW IDEA" 10c PATTERNS
L. Turner Co.
FOR PARTICULARS APLY TO
THE HENRY. WATERHOUSE TRUST ML
P. OT. BOX 346.
Notice is hereby given "lal "P Wiirn
Co,, doing business on I'ront street, Ililo,
ns it merchunt, lmve made n voluntary
assignment to the undersigned fpr tltc
benefit of their creditors. The creditors J
of said Hop Warn Co. nre hereby re-1
quested to file their claims with the
undersigned within thirty days, and any
and all persons indebted to the said Hop
Warn Co, are requested to call and pay
the same at once. All claims against
Hop Warn Co. must be certified.
Assignee of Hop Warn Co.
Ililo, Jan. 17, 1905. 13-3 '
Mutual Burial Association
Co-operative burial. Not a money
making scheme, I'utieral expenses of
members paid by Association. Cheapest
uud most important beneficiary plan ever
offered to the people. In operation two
years and a half in the Territory of Ha
waii. H. G. THAYER
Gonoral Agent Hllo Branch
Church Street, above I'ront, Ililo, Hawaii
' Au epidemic of grip seems to be abroad.
The following are reported on the sick
'list: Mrs.J.T. Lewis, MUs Helen Sev
I erauce, Miss 1'. Potter, aud Miss Jose
proved; Lot No.
318, near 22-
Miles, Volcano Road; Lot No. 101,
near Russian Settlement. 1
Umninn' Dlnnn' Acres, Im-
niUUIIIu rlduU Proved; House,
Buildings, etc., Volcano Road.
We Fit Glasses
Scientifically to relieve strain,
and improve the siht.
We Grind Lenses
for spectacles, accurately and
We Repair Glasses
Factory on the premises.
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVER MAY & CO.
Ten days after this date all guns,
revolvers and other articles left for re
pairs over six ilioulhs, will be sold to
S. H. WIU1B.
Jan. 10, 1905. n-4
Subscribe for the Tkiuunk. Subscrip
on 2.5a pir year.