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Tim WK11KLV HILO TRIBUNE, klLd, HAWAII, TOliSDAY, APRIt i8, 1905.
TltllllJL.VTIO.NS OF A NKll'IMHt.
l'aucy work material at Moses & Ray
mond. Dr. C. I,. Stow wns n returning passen
ger from Honolulu on Wednesday.
Mr. W. H.Shaw of Honolulu Is visit
ing Mrs. II. I,. Shaw nt the latter' Reed's
A Tine new line of iiL-lijicc whirls,
lntesl style nml design nre oITerctl by L.
Turner Co., tI.ul.
The members of Wninuuciitic Chnptcr
No. 2, Rose Ciolx will hold their minimi
meeting 011 Thutsdny evening.
J. M. Montsnrrnll enme to Ililo Tues
day Inst to siieriuteu(l n shipiucut of
cnttlc on the Hcleue to Honolulu.
I. 11. Schocn, Win. Downer mid l'red
llrcytuati will depart for the const on the
Roderick Dim, which leaves next Thurs
day. The S. S. Knterprlse left Sun I'rnncisco
011 last Tuesday afternoon mid it expected
to arrive in Ililo on Thursday morning
Ted Ounrd started on his five month's
voyage Saturday morning to Phila
delphia, ns the guest of Captain Mndscii
of the ship John Kun.
Dr. Henry Hayes hns two thorough
bred I'ox terrier pups for sale.
Mrs. II. Kodgers mid daughter Miss
Clara Kodgers, nfter spending n year with
Mrs. Snss, Mrs. Kodgers' sister, return to
their home nt liurckn, Cat. on l'ridny.
Do you know it is chenper to keep your
clothes looking neat by using "Good
I'ortu" Hanger limn to have them pressed
every week. Moses & Raymond's hnvc
them. Rhone 17S.
Capt. Clarence Mncfnrlnnc, accom
panied by Commodore II. I. I'ickcrJ
sailed into Ililo bay on Sunday in the
racing yncht "Ln l'alomn." They will
remain in port several days before return
ing to Honolulu.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. J. Weight, who hnvc
resided for eleven years nt Onomen, nre
now occupying the former Von Arns
waldt cottngc nt 1'npnikou, Mr. Weight
is chief clerk in the combined plantation
store nt Papaikou.
A pleasant surprise party wns given by
Mrs. Win. Weight to her daughter, Miss
Alice Weight, the occasion being that
young lady's nth birthday. Alxnit
forty guests were present mid indulged
iu dancing till a late hour.
Renders of popular mngazincs arc a Hor
ded a splendid oportuuity to subscribe
for the Ladles Home Journal, Saturday
Evening Post, Everybody's Magazine
nnd Review of Reviews in the club ofTer
with the Triiiunk. Sec adv.
After an illness of two weeks from
typhoid pneumonia, Miss I,ydia Hyrne,
daughter of Mr. nnd Mm. R. E. llyrne
died last Thursday nnd was buried Fri
day. Rev. C. W. Hill, accompanied by
Miss Esther Pomeroy, attended the
funeral nt Kukuihaclc.
A peculiar stick of sugar cane was left
at the Tkiiiunk office by Tom Cook,
which was found in mi Olna field. Part
of the stalk is striped blue of the Rig
Ribbon variety and the remainder is
Yellow Caledonia. Such sports in plant
life are not uncommon.
Early Wednesday morning the S. S.
Oregouian, Carty master, arrived from
Honolulu, bringing the Kinau mail audn
number of passengers, who were guests of
the ship, including Mr. ami Mrs. l'rancis
Gay, of Kauai, Miss G. I.acey. of Snutn
Ilarbara, Col., Mr. mid Mrs. Robinson, S.
Robinson, A. V. Robinson, C. D. Millikiid
and II. D. Rnldwiu.
Superiutcudnnt R. I,. Hosmer of Ho
nolulu reports there is considerable de
mand for the free congressional vegetable
seed, but that there yet remains plenty of
the same for free distribution. The seed
comes in two packages: "A" contains
wpinsh, okrn, tomato, turnip and cabbage;
"II" beans, beets, lettuce tomato mid
muskmelou. There nre 110 flower seeds
nor vegetables other than these men
tioned. W. A. Wright, former tax collector of
Kauai, a brother of Ex-treasurer Wright,
was acquitted, at Knuni term of court
which has just closed, of embezzlement.
He was indicted just nfter Trensurer
Wright skipped and the case has been
hanging fire ever since. The trial lasted I
two days nnd u half, nnd Stephen Man
liaulu, formally n clerk In the I.nud Of
fice under E. M. Iloyd, pleaded guilty to
one of the indictments brought against
him, charging him with the embezzle
ment off 1,400 of government laud funds
and will he sentenced by Judge De Holt.
SI. JnincH' Mission.
This week being Holy Week, there will
be 11 celebration of the Holy Communion
daily, save l'riday, at 10 o'clock.
On Good l'riday the Litany and Devo
tions of the Way of the Cross will be
said at 10 a. m. At 7:30 p. 111. there will
be evensong with address.
On Easter Sunday the services will be
nt 7 a. in,, 11 a, 111. nnd 7:30 p. m, Sun
day School nt 9,45 n. m.
Our new Hue for the spring of 1905 has
just come to hand. Decidedly the best
assortment mid the choicest designs ever
offered in Ililo.
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Abe I.oiilssoti, the Hnmaktia collec
king, is in town on husitieiis.
Jinl in, a full line of Reach llnscball
Gloves nnd Mitts. Wall, Nichols Co.
T. A. Ihirninghnm, representing U. O.
Hall & Sou, Honolulu, is In town on
1'or genuine bargnins in real estate, J.
I'. Smith's offer in tills issue is Unex
celled. Sec ndv.
The frnmc work of the Ililo Hoarding
School is rapidly going up tinder Con
trnclor Mumby's supervision.
Did you know you could buy baby
jumpers, door swings and go carts nt
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd,
P. Peck returned on the Klnnu on Wed
nesday last from Honolulu, where he has
liccti closing his late brother's estate.
Mr. and Mrs. l'rancis Gay mid Miss
Laccy nre making n'rouud-the-isiaud
trip catching the Kinau at Mahtikonn on
next l'riday week.
Dick Hchrens, who has been putting
up the KaMho nil for George Mtimby,
returned with his laborers Sunday, hav
ing completed the job,
John Silvester, familiarly known as
"shorty," the light weight boxer in Ililo,
shipped ns one of the crew on the John
Kun on Saturday Inst.
The new House Committee in charge
of the Elks Club aire II. V. Schocn, chair
man, C. E. Wright, E. 1'. Nichols, N. G.
Campion and R, E. Raiding.
A large assortment of suitings nnd
trouserings tuny be seen next Thursday
nt L. Turner Co., Ltd.
II. L. Shnw hns so much improved that
he will shortly be removed from the Ililo
hospital, nnd will probably lc tnken to
Peter Lee's mountain residence to re
cuperate. If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify nnd ptnee the same on
the market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
The Ililo Mercantile Co. lost n valuable
mule attached to one ol their delivery
wagons on Thursday Inst, the nnlmal
backing over the guard fender nt the
Ililo Railroad dock nnd drowning before
it could be extricated from the harness.
n. D. Raldwin, malinger of Makaweli
Sugar Plantation, Kauai, wns the guest of
Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Ilahlwiii. Mnungcr
Raldwin left overland for Kau, where he
caught the steamer Mautin Loa. K. D.
Raldwin accompanied him as far as Hie
Subscribe fi.r the Tkiuunr Island sub
The Supreme Court is consider! ng the
disbarment precceding against Attorney
J. Alfred Mngoou, for alleged misconduct
ill the case of Dee vs. Smith, iu that while
acting ns nn attorney for certain creditors
nnd stockholders of the Kauinlo Sugar
Co. he accepted n retainer lee from Prank
Ilustacc, one of the judgement debtors,
for advising him how to escape his lia
bility. H. E. Kclscy, after an absence of a
month mid a half nt Clnrcmoiit, Cnl., re
turned to Ililo l'riday night 011 the
Helenc, much improved iu health. Mr.
Kelsey during his absence gave much
time mid energy to the study of the
banana nml pineapple situation. He has
prepared mi extensive report which will
be rend at the meeting of the Ililo Agri
cultural Society at 10 n. 111. l'riday nt the
office of Charles I'urucnux. It is hoped
there will tie n lull attendance ot mem
bers at that time, as itisdesiredto formu
late plans for the organization of island
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, April 23, 1905, n a. 111. "The
stone was rolled away," Mk. 16:4, 7:30
p. m. Usual evening service. Special
music will be rendered both at the morn
ing mid evening services.
Every Ilottln Warranted.
Chamberlain's Pain Halm will not cost
you one cent if it does you no good. Give
it a trial if you nre troubled with rheu
matism. One application will relieve
the pain. Pains in the side or chest, sore
ness of the muscles or stiffness of the
joints are quickly cured by npplying
this liniment. For sale by Ililo Drug Co,
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
Cnptnln MuiImmi IMnycd Thrro I a y h
llcniusc of (,'ri'W.
One of the least troubles of 11 shipmas
ter is the navigation of his vessel, for tile
tile control of n ciew of seamen is one of
ttie hardest tasks that confronts n sea
captain when he is about ready to pro
ceed on his voyage.
Capt. M. A. Mndscii, n Norwegian by
birth but an American citizen by adop
tion mid naturalization, commands the
American ship "John Enn" of San I'rnn
cisco. Alt sea-faring men admit she is
one of the finest windjammers in the
merchant marine, nnd the captain is so
big hearted that too often his crew tnkc
advnutngc of his good nature.
On arrival ol his vessel nt Ililo nhoul n
month ago, Capt. Madseti consented to
pay off his men and lake his chances 011
getting another crew iu Ililo or Honolulu
before he cleared for Philadelphia. The
latter task was easier said than done.
Through a Honolulu shipping firm, about
n week before his departure, Cnpt. Mnd
scii secured ten sailors, but his comple
ment called for twenty-seven, and the
difficulty was experienced iu shipping
seventeen local men for the voyage.
There were young men a plenty will
ing to undertake the trip, hut confiding
parents would not listen to their son's
pleading to he permitted to go before the
mast to New York or Philadelphia. The
United States Nnvigntiou Laws prescribes
that apprentices under the age of eighteen
years can be employed 011 vessels only
with the consent of the boy's parents.
After obtaining all the available material
in Ililo for sailors, Cnpt. Madseu proceed
ed to fill up the crew of the John Eua
with ordinary seamen or apprentices,
exercising care -that only young men
over eighteen yenrs of ngc were enlisted
Ills tribulations began 'from that time
oil, ('until the ship was towed ten mites to
sea by the Counsclmnii Saturday morn
ing and set,ndrlft to begin her voyage
around the Horn. One young man's
lather demurred to his sou's going and
threatened to call on the strong right
arm of the law to keep his boy at home.
Pleadings of the young man were unavail
ing and ntttiough n strong lusty fellow,
Cnptniu Mndscii acceded to the father's
demands, when ho learned that he had
been imposed upon in believing the
youth was over eighteen. A second
young man, with no relatives to deter his
actions, had formed other alliances, and
when he went to bid his sweetheart
good-bye he found her in tenrs, nnd
broken hearted if he attempted to shift
his affections to the sea. Ills heart
strings were wrenched like a dish towel
and he must perforce listen to her plead
ings. So he sprained his ankle and sent
for his clothes which were then aboard the
Iu his search for a substitute to com
plete his crew, the Captain came across a
strong, sturdy Hawaiian lad, whose
parents are prominent people of the
community but whose habits had become
blunted by dissipation nnd exposure to
temptation. The Hawaiiun youth was
anxious to try his fortunes elsewhere.
Without apprising his relatives he shipped
ns a sailor and went aboard the John Eua,
When the fond mother heard of her wny
ward son's final step of wickedness, she
immediately corralled the Captain and
proceeded to read that good natured sen
dog a lecture 011 enticing innocent boys
from homes nnd mothers' firesides. Cap
tain Mndscn has n clever wit and n vein
of Irish humor, and soon he had both
mother nnd sister pacified. The boy was
twenty years of nge nnd after a promise
from the Captain to look after his welfare,
the confiding parent departed. Later she
indited n brief note to the Captain, which
run about ns follows:
"I have spoken to my darling son nnd
nsked him to be a good boy and to listen
to every thing that you said to him. He
has promised to obey you iu every way
and not to leave the ship. Since I met
you unit found you were such u nice
man, I nm happier and I have 110 further
worry nbout iny son. I know he will be
sate with you mid will be a good loy,
while iu your care. Mav God bless you.
Capt. Madsen was much pleased to re
ceive so sincere a message from n trust
ing mother's heart nnd proceeded to have
the note framed mid scented with rose
leaves, when, having hardly wakened
from his revery a policeman boarded his
ship witli a warrant for his arrest, for
kidunpping the "dear son". A thirty
cent lawyer hud convinced the I'ond
Parent that she had been imposed upon
and forthwith she had proceeded to
swear out a warrant to secure possession
of her boy. The Territorial laws provide
that a young man must obey his parents
until he is 21 years of age, and continued
wilful disobedience makes him amenable
to the law mid possible imprisonment.
So little Willie was released from vol
untary servitude, mid Capt. Madseu en
listed Ted Guard mid a Jap to take his
The Ship left port Saturday morning,
but three days were spent iu a vain
endeavor to secure a crew. The deser
tion of the ship's cook left the captain
helpless for a brief period, but he finally
shippc three cooks iu the hope that one
would materialize when the ship heaved
anchor. The last reports were to the
efTect that the crew list was full, when he
started 011 his five mouth's voyage to
Subscribe for the TuuiUNU. Subscrip
tion $3.50 per year.
lA, LF.CTUUi: IIF.KI:.
.loh 11 II. Wooloy, rnnioiiR Lecturor
to ho Heard Wediicsoity Night.
Ililo citizens will le afforded n splendid
opportunity of bearing one of America's
famous lecturers on Wednesday evening
at the I'lrsl I'orclgu Church, John G.
Wooley, editor of the New Voice and one
time candidate for President of the United
States 011 the Prohibition ticket will ar
rive Wednesday night en route to the
Volcano. He has consented to give a
public address Wednesday night. Ills
subject will be "Citizenship" ami it Is ex
pected a Urge audience will tnke advnut
ngc of this opportunity to hear him. The
lecture will begin promptly nt eight
o'clock nnd is Ircc to the public. Mr.
Wooley is regarded as the greatest reform
orator since John D.Gough. He is spend
ing three weeks iu the islands mid is
making n flying trip to the Volcano, mid
those who know him arc congratulating
themselves on being nblc to hear this
A Hove Luncheon,
Miss Stella Peck entertained Saturday
nftcrnoon n bevy of fourteen pretty girls
nt n luncheon iu honor ol her sister Miss
Emclie Peck, whose betrothal to. Dr. Or
moud Wall ol Honolulu was recently an
nounced. Only the season's society buds
were included iu the spread, which was
dainty and esthetic, nnd served behind
drnwu curtains. After the luncheon the
young Indies were entertained nt I'ive
Hundred until late iu the nftcrnoon.
Those present were: Misses Stella Peck,
Emclie Peck, Clnrn Rodgcrs, Florence
Scott, Minna Ahretis, Ivy Richardson,
Ruth Richardson, Liliuoc Hnpai, Harriet
Hapai, Louise Hnpai, Minnie Schmidt,
l'ranc Eaton, Genevieve Vcuable and
Miss Nellie Mackenzie nnd David Rut-
chart were married at high nopti Saturday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John T.
Molr at Pnpaikou, by Rev. C. E. Shields.
Immediately following the ceremony,
Mr. and Mrs. Ilutchnrt and n number of
special friends were entertained at a
sumptuous lunch at the Moir residence
alter which the bridal couple left, iu a
shower of rice, for the Volcano House.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Hutchart will reside iu the
cottage formerly occupied by Bookkeeper
Metcalfe at Papaikou.
Klnnu Departures, April 14.
Geo. Rocnitz, I'nther Ulrich, J. Shell,
Rev. W. Poai, Nuues I'crnnudez, Major
J. Milsaps, W. E. Shaw. C. G. Clarke. E.
T. Parsons, II. G. Bryant, I'. Kuudscii,
A. Garvie, Mrs. A. K. Nawahi, Miss Lilly
Notley, A. G. Curtis.
Byrnk At Kukuihaclc, Hawaii, on
Thursday, April 13, 1905, Lydia,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, R. E.
Byrne, aged 13 years.
Foreclosure and Stile.
Iu the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit,
' Territory of Hawaii.
A Chamhkrs In Equitv.
BILL TO I'ORECLOSE MORTGAGE.
The I'irst American Savings & Trust
Company, Limited, a corporation,
Plaintiff vs George W. Pnty, et al,
Notice is hereby given that by virtue
of a certain order of the Circuit Judge at
chambers, iu Equity, sitting iu the Circuit
Court of the I'ourth Circuit in the above
entitled cause, dated the first day of
April, A. D. 1905, 1, as commissioner by
said order appointed will offer at public
auction sale to the highest and best
bidder for cash, at the hour of twelve,
noon, Saturday, April the 15th, 1905,
at the tuaiika door of the Court House nt
Ililo, Island and Territory of Hawaii,
the rights, tenements and hereditaments
described in that certain mortgage exe
cuted by the said Geo. W. Paly and his
wife, Harriet Pnty, to the I'irst American
Savings and Trust Company, Limited,
which said mortgage is recorded in the
office of the Registrar of Conveyances iu
Honolulu, hi Liber 220, pages 69 to 71,
and which rights, tenements mid heredi
taments nre described ns situate at Olna,
District of Puna, being Lot t, of Public
Lauds Map No. 23, Part 1 of Olaa Home
steads Reservation ns filed iu the Public
Lands office iu Honolulu, Oaliu. Terri
tory of Hawaii, and containing nn area
of 31 4-100 ncres, mid more pnrticularly
described iu Lnud Patent No. 4460, tc
gether with building, impiovements,
emblements mid appurtenances there
unto appertaining, subject to any and nil
taxes Hint may now be due or delinquent
011 the same.
Terms, Cash. Conveyances nt the ex
pcuse of the purchaser,
I. E. RAY,
RmowAV & RinowAV,
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
Dated Ililo, Hawaii, April 1, 1905. 23.2
The above sale has been postponed by
j order of the Court made this day, until
Saturday, April 32, at 13 o'clock noon,
at the maiikn door of the Court House, at
Ililo, Island and Territory of Hawaii.
I. E. RAY,
Dated, Ililo, Huwail, April 13, 1905,
fiSSSSSSSSEJHE following, marked "Stolen,"
S3 . - 8S is published in a Missouri paper:
FS I i " How dcar t0 lhc hcart is tllc
'So -I- ut steady subscriber, who pays in
P'3o3oooaoui advance at all times of the year;
mtoxA wllo lnys down his lllollcy aml
does it quite gladly, and casts round the office a
halo of cheer. He never says, 'Stop it, I can
not afford it,' nor 'I'm getting more papers now
than I read,' but always says, 'Scud it, the
family likes it; in fact, we all think it a real
household need.' How welcome he is when he
steps in the sanctum, how he makes our hearts
throb, how he makes our hearts dance. We
outwardly thank him, we inwardly bless him,
the steady subscriber Who Pays in Advance."
THE HILO TRIBUNE
SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 IN ADVANCE
H Wo will receive by S. S. Kinau of 1
g April 12th a largo assortment of if
All Wool Suitings j
H Wo will oiler these goods at the H
g extremely low prices of 5.00 and j
p $5.50 per suit length ... These are f
H no shoddy goods, but good material
AT CUT PKICES s
L. Turner Co.
2j Headquarters for Negligee Shirts ana 2
HE Panama Hats s
A pnir of well broken horses (for ritl
itiK or (lrlvitiK)i very chenp. Iwmire of
Hi mi TumuNic. fao fiplece.
Catholic Church Services IMirlne;
April aotli, Holy Thursday This is the
dny on which our I.onl Instituted the
Holy Kuclmrist. Muss begins nt 7 n. 111.
Tlie nilnrntlon of the Most Holy Sacra
ment will Inst to 7 p. 111,
Good l'ridny Today we commemorate
the bitter passion of our Savin ir and His
cruel denth upon the cross. Service he
gins nt 7 n. 111. After service the Wny of
the Cross lit Hawaiian, at 3 p. 111. the
same in Uuglish and at 7 p. iu. iu Portu
guese. On Holy Saturday the service begins nt
6 a. 111. Coufesulous will be heard iu the
Good l'ridny nnd Holy Saturday nre
days of fust and abstinence.
On Knster Sunday Musses at the usual
hours with collection.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular iiingiulues is open to cush
subscribers under the combination club
oiler of tlie. Tkiiiunk.
Registered I'ox Terrier pups, out of
Woom.AWN MODHHTV. Aluericun Kennel
Club nuiulier 75270 best bitch ever seen
111 Hawaii uy hMUNK liKiRiiTMCirr, A.
K.C. number 754S4. Winner of thirty-one
pri-s though 11 young dog. llrought
f 100 when only a puppy.
Address 1'. O. Hose 232, Ililo, Hawaii.
LEGAL NOTICES. "
Notice to Creditors.
In the Circuit Court of the I'ourth Circuit,
Tenitory of Hawaii.
In themntterof the Instate of ANA POAI,
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed has been nnnniiiteil AilinlniUrntriv-
of the Ustute of Ann I'oai, deceased) and
Mini an persons Having claims against
tuid estate, whether secured or otherwise,
are hereby notified to present the same to
the undersigned at Kukuiliiiele, llama
kua. Hawaii, T. II., duly verified and
willi proper vouchers, if any, within six
mouths from the date of this notice,
otherwise said claims will be forever
JHNNII? KAWAI KUIKAHI,
Ililo, April 11, 1905.
W. S. Wish
Attorney for I'.stnte, a-.t