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Tim wkrkia' mu rfttnUN, ntr.ii, hawaii, Tuesday, ofrromm 3t, 1905.
CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS
Mrs. J. C. Mocinc cnt Sunday nt the
A rcwnr.l lias been offered for a lost
Elks cult button.
Miss Anna Pomcroy has been visiting
Miss Squires nt Oln.i.
K. M. Brown, representing Uic Hono
lulu Bulletin is in town.
Miss Mnbel Brims of Honolulu is tbe
guest of Mrs. W.J. Stone.
Oke Kecch of Honoinu is recui)ernting
bis strength nl the Volcano House.
Miss Clarn Shiftman is nn nssistant
teacher nt the Hilo Free Kindergarten.
A fitnil for Honolulu leaves this after
noon at 2:15 o'c.ock via the Mannn I.oa.
Miss Ednah Horner of Knkuihaale is
visiting Miss Clara Shipman ut Riverside
Mrs. G. J. Decker of N'nalehu, Knu, re
turned from a visit to the mainland on
Miss Mnbel Uruns of Honolulu is spend
ing n few months' vacation at the Vol
can a House.
Mrs. E F. Greggs, matron nt the Vol
cano House, was n Hilo visitor on Friday
Solmon llurke has been appointed
principal of the l'uako School, succeed
ing Mrs. Wngticr.
Mr. nud Mrs. A. G. Curtis nnd family
of Kurtistown, Olna, have been spending
a few weeks nt Scconnet.
George Kaiser, the Czar of Honokaa,
paid a visit to Hilo on Saturday returning
home on Sunday morning.
Richard Conradt, assistant bookkeeper
nt the Hilo Electric Co., Ltd., spent Sun
dny nt the Volcano House.
Mrs. Helen Pahce Perkins, nged 45.
wife of Levi Perkins of Wniluku, Maul,
died nt Napoopoo, Hnwnii.
Why cut your own throat when you
rjiu buy a Gillette Safety Razor at
Holmes' Store for five dollars.
Miss Alice F. Heard, of the Kona
Orphanage, returned from n well earned
vacation to the mainland last week.
Mrs. Will, McOuaid, formerly a resi
dent of Olaa, has been appointed an
assistant nt the Knpaa School, Kauai.
Miss Lilv K. Auld, teachinc in the
Waiohiuu public schools, has been grant-j
ed a renewal of her Normal certificate
An exceptional ofier appears elsewhere
for the purchase of a country home suit
able for small farming, dairy and poultry.
If you wish n "wood Christmas" look
over the large stock of curios in Hnwniian
woods nt the Hilo Hoarding School fnir.
Miss Katherine Trowbridge hns teen
appointed a teacher for the new room
added to the public school at nine miles,
II. M. Coke of Wniluku, succeeds C.
L. Clement ns editor of the Maui News.
Mr. Coke has been a school teacher at
Thos. IS. Cook returned on Saturday
from Hamakua where he has been en
gaged in the division of the Ahu.doa
Dr. Milton Rice and family are now
occupying u cottage nt the Hilo Hotel,
preparatory to their departure about
December 1st (or Chicago.
Normou G. Campion, who has been
spending the past three weeks nt the
Volcano House, has returned to his duties
nt the Hilo Sugar Company.
A congenial party, consisting of T. A.
Uurningliam, Jas. D. Dougherty, Dr. H.
James and wife, A. A. llraptner, spent
Sunday ut the Volcuuo House.
It is reported that F. Souza at San
I'raucisco is marketing a new essence of
colTee made from the Hawaiian product,
said to be of superior quality.
Dr. Henry Hayes was n returning pas
senger on the Miow era from Vancouver.
Mrs. Hayes niid sou arc visiting with
Mrs. Hayes' parents at Washington,
August Dreier, wife and daughter,
came down from the Volcano House last
week for a few days, returning to the
altitude nud attractions of that popular
N. S. Mullen, assistant manager of the
Palace Hotel, Shu I'raucisco, uccompau-
ieil by his wife nud son, have been visi
tors at the Volcano House during the
Miss Anna Rose, who has been visiting
her mother nt Reed's Hay, leaves shortly
for an extensive tour of the States. She
will be accompanied by her sister Emma
Rose, both of whom are now in Hono
lulu. Hishop Libert nnd l'.itlier Valentine
will leave Antwerp November 4, on their
return to Honolulu. They will bring
two more priests nnd one brother for
this mission. They cxpict to be here
late in December.
C. J. Hutchiiis and wife, who have
been visiting Hilo for beveral days past,
went to the Volcano 011 Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Hutchiiis were passengers on the
Alameda when that vessel went ushore at
the entrance of Sail I'raucisco harbor.
The Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar
Co. of Maui, of which II. P. Baldwin is
president, is having made nt its own ex
pense, a shore and reef survey from Ka
hului eastward to n point beyond the
scene of the wreck of the ship Spartan.
Prince Cupid nnd wife arc in Konn.
P. Peck returned from Honolulu last
T. A. Uurningliam of E. O. Hall & Son
is funking his usual lour of Hawaii
Dr. J. Holland was n Klnau passenger
to Honolulu on l'riday, returning Wed
nesday. llids nre ndvertlscd for In this issue for
vitrified sewer pipe and fixtures for the
Mrs. O. W. Rose nnd children left for
Honolulu on l'riday to spend n few weeks
Sewing machines rented, repaired nnd
sold on ensy payments by E. II. Moses,
Hilo. Plume 178.
Mr. nnd Mrs. R. T. Guard nre back from
C. K. Wright's mountain residence nt aS
miles Volcano road.
J. F. Clay and wife departed fron Ho
nolulu for the const on the army trans
port Logan, last week.
Mrs. W. II. Shipman and Miss Ivy
Richardson have been visiting the Roys
at Kninnllu, South Konn.
Wnlter II. Greenfield is in Honolulu
visiting his brother Frnuk IJ. Greenfield,
chemist nt Ewn plantation.
J. W. Wnldron, bookkeeper for Schnef
fer & Co., Honolulu, Is recuperating his
health at the Volcano House.
Jas. D. Dougherty of F. H. Wlch
man's jewelery establishment of Hono
lulu, Is registered nt the Peacock.
A. II. Jackson, formerly of Hilo nud
lately of Alameda, was a returning pas
senger on the Sonoma to Honolulu.
Geo. N. Day nnd Henry West have
been appointed by Judge Parsons ns jury
commissioners for the ensuing year.
A fifth class, or bottle, liquor license
has been grnnlcd to Shlmomurn Yoshi
taro nt Waiknumalo, North Hilo, Ha
waii. Miss Jennie Chalmers, who lias been nt
school at Aberdeenshire, Scotland, re
turned to Hawaii with her parents last
Mrs. Henry Dtacou hns joined her hus
band nt Kohala, to the management of
which plantation the latter has been ap
pointed. A. A. Braytner representing the firm ot
jAf lM jolmson Co. Ltd., dealers in
everything that pertains to the office, is
The members of Hilo Lodge No, 7, K.
of P. have issued invitations for a social
to be held nt Spreckels Hall next l'riday
evening nt 7:30 o'clock.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most lAipulnr magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Tkiuuni!.
E. II. Moses announces the nrrivnl of
n stock of pretty Vnlcnciennes nnd tor
chon lace which he is selling nt prices
unheard of before in Hilo.
Purser D. Llyod Cockling of the steam
er Manna Loa will sever his relations with
that vessel to accept a position with II.
Hnckfeld & Co., Ltd., at Kailua.
Mrs. A. S. Olney nnd Mrs. P. G.
Jacobus, of Alameda, Cat., the mother
and sister of Mrs. R. T. Moses, are mak
ing a visit to the latter at Puueo.
The nrt collection, of copies from the
old masters, which is to be on sale at the
Hilo Hoarding School fair, is the finest
collection ever placed on the Hilo
Dr. II- II. James, representing the W.
P. Puller Paint Co., is in Hilo. lie is
accompanied by Mrs. James, and to
nether they are making a trip around
Mrs. C. W. Hill and daughter, Mar
garet and little Edie Wnll left by the
steamer for Wnimea, where they will be
the guests of Mrs. David Forbes at the
latter's mountain house.
Attorney Curl S. Smith went to Hono
lulu on Friday to nppenr before the
Supreme Court in the two county law
test cases which have been appealed
from Judge Parsons' decisions.
It is reported that the railway material
of the late lamented Kohala anil Hilo
Railway Co. which was sold by Audio
neer Jas. F. Morgan nt San Francisco, is
to be used in the construction of the new
scieuic railwuy into Yosemite Valley.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
rinliiiN For Salvage.
The French collier Ernest Rcycr,
stuck on the reef off Diamond Head last
Tuesday but with the nssistnnce of the
tug Fearless, the Lehun nud the three
Interlslniid steamers Manna Loa, Like
like and Niihnu, was towed to safety.
The owners of the rescuing vessels have
now put In their claims for salvage, the
I'earless filing n bill for 20,000 for the
services of that vessel. The claims for
services by the other vessels have not
been made known.
Married at llonoknn.
II. S. Overcnd, the genial malinger of
W.C. Pcacock& Co., Honoknn,wnsmictly
married on Wednesday evening, October
iStli, to Miss Charlottcc L. Williams,
daughter of County Attorney Charles
Williams. Rev. C. W. Hill performed
the ceremony and only the immediate
family of the contracting parlies were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Ovcreud will re
side nt Houokna.
Open Air Dancing.
The County llriiil will give nn open
air concert at Moohenu Pork on Thurs
day evening at 7:30. Tbe first half of
the program under the leadership of Prof.
Cnrvnlho will be classical selections, and
the remainder will consist of ilnncc mu
sic for those who desire to take advan
tage of the splendid floor of the pavilion.
Catholic Church Matters.
Tomorrow (Nov. 1), the feast of "All
Saints," is a holy day of obligation. The
following day, All Souls Day, Is no dny
of obligation. On both days, however,
masses will be said nt 7 and 9 n. 111.
The meeting of the C tholic Ladies
Aid Society will be held at Mrs. W.J.
Stone's next Saturday at 2:30 p. 111.
First Foreign Church.
Sabbath, Nov. 5, XI a. m. "If the
trumpet give an uncertain sound," 1
Cor. 14:8. 7:30 p. in. "Believe on the
Lord Jesus Christ nnd thou shalt be
saved," Acts 16:31.
Mrs. W. J. Stone will take charge of
the millinery department at the store of
L. Turner Co., Ltd., for the next two
ttinntliu ntifl flllrlncr Hip Vtllrm linlltlnvs.
Card of Thanks.
The family of the late Peter Ai Hapai
desire to express their thanks for the
kindly sympathy and assistance extended
during their recent bereavement.
A Sure Cough Medicine For Child
ren. In buying a cough medicine for child
ren never be afraid to buy Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. There is no danger
from it and relief is always sure to follow.
It is especially valuable for colds, group
whooping coukIi. For sale by Hilo Drug
Adjutnnt nnd Mrs. Bamberry who ore
to succeed Major Milsaps as divisional
officers of the Salvation Army in the Ha
waiian Islands, have arrived from San
Francisco on the Sonoma.
If you wish your coffee to briug the
highest market prices let the Hilo Coffee
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
th market for you. Liberal cash ad
vances made on shipments.
E. II. Moses has the ngency for the L.
C. Smith & Bros, visible typewriters.
He solicits your inspection of these ma
chines nud nsks you to give one a trial
before purchasing elsewhere.
Road Engineer G. II. Gere has been
instructed by the Superintendent of Pub
lic Works to replace the intake box of
the Laupahoehoe water works by n con
Crete box. There has been much com
plaint of leukuge with the former nrrnugc
metit. Chalmers A. Graham, the Standard Oil
magnate of San I'raucisco, is touring
Hawaii on business. He is accompanied
by A. Mc. C. Ashley, director of the lo
cal branch of the U. S. Weather Bureau,
who is inspecting the instruments station
ed in various part of the island.
Win. Alexander, employed by Welch
& Co. os weigher on the wharves of that
line, was the .sole passenger on the Amy
Turner. He makes his first visit to the
islands and will see Honolulu, the vol
cano and other points of interest before
his return on the same vessel,
Thos. J. James, whose right bund was
seriously injured home time ago ut the
Volcano House, is much better in Hono-
1 lulu and he will soon have the use of his
hand. At the time of the accident it was
thought serious complications might
I ensue ami Mrs. James was sent for from
I Win. Hay, in charge of the Houoiuu
I store, returned from Honolulu 011 Wed
nesday last with u bride, formerly Miss
Morrison, of Scotland, who arrived last
I week on the Korea. The wedding tool
I place Wednesday afternoon, October iHtli.
'Mr. and Mrs. Hay are now residing at
J. K. Brown, Chinese inspector in
charge at Honolulu, died lust Tuesday ut
Sacremeuto, Cal., while en route to his
home at Columbus, O. Recently Mr
Brown visited Hilo and the Volcano in
bearch of health, but succumbed to a gra
dual decline which resulted in his death
while 011 the train east.
LAID TO Itl'.ST.
Kcninins of Peter AI
Itrouirht to Hilo.
The many friends of Peler Ai llopai
were surprised nnd shocked to learn of
his sudden denth nt Gleuwood last Thurs
day afternoon from nppoplcxy. Simple
services were held by Rev. S. L. Desha
at the Olaa home of Mrs. C. H. Richard-
sou nud the remains were brought to
Hilo for interment on n special train
Friday nftcrnoon. At the grave n male
quartette consisting of Messrs. W. II.
Beers, C. E. Brown, H. II. Brown, Jr.,
and It. Nnliiohala, rendered several vocal
selections nnd Rev. Desha pronounced
Mr. Hapai, who was a practical gnrdner
nud hns been residing nt the mountain
residence of Mrs. C. 15. Richardson, was
found about 8 o'clock Thursday morning
unconscious among the flowers in which
he had been working. Mr. Richardson
and her daughter Mrs. F M. Wakefield
immediately summoned Dr. Stow and
MibsSloper, who were in the neighbor
hood, but the end c.itne nt 4 o'clock p.
in. Mr. Ilnpnt sullereu s similar suokc
about two years ngo.
Mr. Hnpai was born in January, 1845,
nt Kotitla. He was one of a family ol
seven children, of whom Judge G. W. A.
Hapai, Mrs. C. E. Richardson, Mr. M.
Hapni, Mrs. Jules Richardson nnd Mrs.
Ahrens are surviving members. At nn
enrly nge the family rcnioued to Hilo,
where he has spent most of his life. He
lived nt Wnianae for some years, but
since 1901 bus resided ot the Richardson
mountain residence at 22 miles, Volcano
"Uncle Ai," as he was familiarly nnd
lovingly cnlled, was one of those gentle,
happy natures, which it is alwas n
regret to lose in a community. His
sunny disposition endeared him to all
who knew him, and although the simpli
city of his life kept him much in the
background, his personality will be miss
ed in the circle which knew and loved
Silk Culture In llinwill.
Mr. Pollitz, the San Francisco broker,
now in Honolulu, has been investigating
the silk worm industry and states he will
put $to,ooo into it. Silk worms have
been tried on these islands and their pro
duct is excellent. As there is n duty of
65 per cent, on rnw silk, Mr. Pollitz be
lieves that the local article would sell nt
a large profit. Silk culture would utilize
a great mnny of the Japanese women nnd
Klnau Departures, Uct.'-ilh.
J. W. Fnrwcll, A. R. Gurrey, Jr., Mrs.
Wm. McMnims, Miss Kaleiopiipii, E.
Stiles, H. B. Gehr, J. J. Sullivan, II. E.
Picker, Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Wood nud
Mrs. C. W. Hill, Miss Margaret
Hill, Mrs. Edith Wall, N. E. Mullati and
wife, Tildeu Powell, Carl S. Smith, Mrs.
O.W.Rose nnd 3 childrcnr Miss Amu
Rose, Dr. J. Hollnnd, Mrs. II. Deacon.
RoDKNiiKKG At Washington, D. C,
Oct. 16, 1905, to Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A.
Rodcnberg, u son, William Ridgway
NoTlClt Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. J GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901 14-
A reward will be given for the return
of a gold cuff button bearing an Elk'i
head. TRIBUNE OFFICE.
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The Paly dwelling at ll-miles, Olaa,
with one to five acre of land. Luxuriant
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excellent place for dairy, poultry nnd
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Vessels whose names appear OVER
Vessels whose names appear IiIiLUVV tnc dale lUU'AKi lor the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; () To Colonies; () To
Victoria; 11. C; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hilo for Honolulu cery Friday nt 10:00 n. 111.
S. S. Mauun Lou's mail closes in Hilo on Saturdays and TutMlays marked
(X) at 2:15 p. 111., arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days Inter.
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