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Vllti WKKKIV HltO TRIBUNE, iittA HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVKMBKU 7, 1905.
A. A. Ilraymer returned to Honolulu
II. Vicars niul son spent Sunday nt tlie
Albert Homer was n Honolulu passen
ger on the Kinau Inst l'riday.
M. M. Springer was n passenger to
Kohala on the Klnauon l'riday last.
Ladles' white chainoUe -loves, a good
quality, price 1.00 at Holmes Store.
LndicS' brown kid gloves, n good
quality, price $1.15 nt Holmes' Store.
A. Haueberg, traveling auditor for II.
Hackfchl&Co., Ltd., paid Hllo a visit
Mrs. II. 1'. Wlclunnn. wife of the Ho
nolulu jeweler is spending n vacation nt
the Volcano House.
llids for the lowering of the Roman
Catholic Church arec.dled for by 1'nthir
Wcudeliu in this issue.
C. II. Mcllride, cashier of the Planters
Association experiment station, returned
to Honolulu on l'riday.
Normnn G. Campion nnd H. 15. Haiti
ing had a pleasant trip to Laupahoehoe
on the Kinau Inst l'riday.
Ask for the Atlas shoe for men, a good
black vici kid shoe, made by Rice &
Hutchius, price f 2.50 at Holmes Store.
Aug. Dreier and family returned to
Honolulu by the S. S. Manila I.on, after
spending a month at the Volcano House.
Dr. II. II. James nnd wife, after visit
ing Hilo, the volcano nnd other points of
interest, returned to Honolulu on l'riday.
Joshua I). Tucker, of Honolulu, has
been admitted to the honorary thirty
third degree of the Scottish Rite Masons.
Only machine-made poi hygenlcnlly
prepared will he used at the Hilo Hoard
ing School luau on Thanksgiving Day.
Chalmers A. Graham and A. McA.
Ashley journeyed overlnnd Inst week to
Kawaihne catching the Kinau en route to
Mrs. C. II. Smith and Miss May Wlcr,
who have been spending the past month
at the Volcano House, returned to Hono
lulu on l'riday last.
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the Tkiiiukk.
"Good Form" clothes hangers for
ladies and gentlemen at K. H. Moses'.
Once tried you will regret not having
had them before. Sold singly or iu sets.
Supervisor John T. Moir, W. II. C.
Campbell, Win, McKay nnd C. K.
Wright, made up a pleasant party of four
to the Volcano House Saturday nnd Sun
day. In addition to the other ladies who
have volunteered their services for the
luau nnd fair at the Hilo Hoarding
School, arc Mrs. George sDcsha and Mrs.
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.
I am selling the new L. C. Smith &
Hros. visible typewriter on easy monthly
payments. Stop iu and try one. They
are acknowledged by experts to be the
best typewriter on the market. All good
points of nil good typewriters combined
in one. 15. II. Moses, Hilo.
Mrs. Kuuice 1'. Greggs, who has had
charge of the office at the Volcano House,
severs her connection with that establish
ment and leaves by the bark Amy Turner
for the coast. Mrs. Greggs hasdouc much
towurd making the stay of visitors at the
crater comfortable and agreeable, nnd the
hotel loses a valuable assistant iu her
With only the immediate family and
friends of the bride present, Malcom M.
Springer, Official stenograthcr of the
Circuit Court at Hilo, aud Miss Hannah
Williams, daughter of Mr. aud Mrs. John
Williams, were married Friday evening
at Kohala. Tlie wedding took place
at the Kohala parsonage, Rev. R. A.
Huchatian performing the ceremony.
Later in tlie evening a supper was served
nt the home of tlie liride's parents nnd
the couple nre now spending their honey
uiocm at the Williams' beach residence
at Kohala. Mr. and Mrs. Springer will
return to Hilo tomorrow evening and
occupy the Hitchcock cottage 011 School
A Double I'urom'll.
The farewell meeting of Captain Hnrker
nnd Lieut. Jensen, the present officers of
the Salvation army, will take place Sun
day, November 12th. Their successor,
Knslgu Lewis ami Lieut. Johnson, will
arrive iu Hilo about a week after thin
A Word lo Travelers.
The excitement incident to traveling
mid change of food ami water often brings !
cm diarrohoca, aud for this reason 1 o
one should leave home without a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy. For sale by Hilo
Da Sll.VA At Hilo, Hawaii,
November 5, 1905, to Rev.
H, G.da Silva, a son,
William Silver of Onomca spent Sun
day at the Volcano House.
Judge It. S. Rickard of Laupahoehoe
was a Hilo visitor last week.
I Dr. I. Holland was a ouest at the Vol
cano House on Sunday night.
There will be n union meeting next
Sunday evening nt Haiti Chucch.
The bark Amy Turner will leave Satur.
day for San I'ranclsco In ballast.
The Chess Club met last night for re
organization at the residence of Dr.
R. W. Loughcr, sugar boiler at 1'uu
uenc, Maui, is spending a few days in
Hilo nnd Olna.
Miss Clara Shipman and Miss Kdnn
Homer are spending a few days at the
Shipman mountain home.
John II. Fuller, traveling salesman of
the Honolulu Iron Works, arrived on the
Kinau Wednesday and is visiting tlie
William Weight wilt succeed to the
position of sugar bolter at tlie Walakea
Mill recently made vacant by the depar
ture of J. Opfergelt for Kauai,
Mrs. W. II. Shipman and Miss Ivy
Richardson have returned from Komi
and arc now at the Shipman mountain
house at 29 miles, Volcano road.
Frank Himc, lately iu charge of the
Knllun branch store of II. Hackfeld &
Co., has assumed the duties of his new
position in the Hilo office of that firm.
Owing to the absence of so many of ttic
officers of the Hilo Library and Reading
Room Association, the annual meeting
was postponed from Saturday night to
Fred C. Church, mnungcr of the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel, at Honolulu, has been
displaced by the appointment of II. Hews
of San Francisco. It is understood that
Mr. Church's policy of hotel entertain
ments was regarded as too extravagant.
It is reported that the bark Roderick
Dhu, which has been iu the San Fran-cisco-IIIlo
trade for a long time, has been
chartered to carry wheat from either
Portland or Tacouia to San Francisco.
The bark will be towed back and forth
and will receive $2 a ton.
Russians Knlso Tobacco.
Mrs. N. Russcl. who returned to her
home at Mountain View this morning,
brought to ttic Tkihunic office two hand
some bundles of Sumatra tobacco grown
by Galiciaus at the Russian settlement
near Glenwood, Olaa. The leaves are of
good length and measure eight inches
across. The tabacco is smooth, free from
blemish and a beautiful golden brown
color, especially adapted for wrappers.
No especial protection of cloth or other
device was used to mature the tobacco,
and Mrs. Russcl declares that the home
steaders at this locality are anxious to
engage in its cultivation on a larger scale.
There is a rumor abroad among the set
tlers that the government proposes to
eject them from their holdings for non
payment of rent aud give the lauds to
others free of charge. After spending so
much pains and trouble in clearing and
planting the laud, there is a general feel
ing of dissatisfaction growing among
these sturdy people.
.Miss l'ottcr's Music Talks.
Iu response to the request of several of
her friends, Miss Potter will give another
series of talks on music during the com
ing mouths 011 the subject of Richard
Wagner and his operas.
The first of the series will be given on
Tuesday evening, Nov. 14, at the Hilo
Hotel, at 8 p. in. Subject, "Richard
Wagner the man, and the evolution of
the Wagnerian operas." Musical illus
trations will accompany each talk.
Mrs. W. J. Stone will take charge of
the millinery department at the store of
L. Turner Co., Ltd,, for the next two
mouths and during the Xiuas holidays.
First Foreign Cliureli.
Sabbath, Nov. 12, n a.m. "Ye shall
receive power," Acts 1:8. There will be
a union meeting iu the Ilaili church at
7:30 p. in.
IU 1 I Jl
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
cut out li.vurAiiomoi:.
"Tlie question of n new nnd larger
boat for the Houolulu-Hlloruu has never
come up before the directars,"said Presi
dent Kennedy of the Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Company, recently to an Ad
vertiser reporter. "Such an idea has
only been n thought in my mind, that's
all. I have thought Kauai needed a
larger boat, and the only way to get it
would be to put the Kinau on the Kauai
run and get a bigger boat with more pas
scngpr accommodations for the Hilo
There is some talk of cutting out Lau
pahoehoe from the run taken by the Ki
nau. Passengers seldom embark or de
bark there, but it's iu the mail contract
for the Kinau to slot) there recularly.
Laupahoehoe is a sore sot with passci
gers going to and coming from Hilo.
The Kinau rolls and pitches at, the an
chorage to an extent which gives the peo
ple mnl dc mcr. If Laupahoehoe were
ommitlcd, the trip to Hilo would be
mostly a pleasure throughout.
The new Hilo vessel will be larger,
faster nnd be nble to accommodate many
more passengers than the Kinau.
While the plans and specifications
have not yet been prepared, the build
ing of n new boat is seriously contem
plated nnd the matter will be material
for consideration at the next meeting of
the directors of the company. It is
planned, with the new boat, to leave
Honolulu at noon or t o'clock every
Tuesday and reach Hilo before 7 o'clock
on the following morning.
UI.IMATK .VXD VOM'ANO.
Chief Attractions Tor Tourists to
"I lind a delightful trip to the Volca
no," said II. I. Wood, secretary of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, on his re
turn to Honolulu.
"The Volcano House is splendidly
kept, the rooms are clean aud the table
is excellent. Lycurgus raises all his own
vegetables aud he supplies them iu great
quantities to the table. It is an attrac
tive place, aud the whole trip is one that
no one should miss. It is the greatest
attraction that Hawaii has to offer to the
"Hilo is an attractive little town, and
much improved since I was there last.
The most beautiful thing there is the
'Rainbow Falls. I understand that the
citizens are arranging to have the falls
and adjacent land set apart as a public
park, which is an excellent plan.
"I realize more than ever before how
attractive the Islands are to tourists.
California has a dcligetful climate, but
it is no such climate as Hawaii possesses.
The mornings aud evenings in Hawaii are
delightful aud there Is no comparison
with other places.
"I believe that the climate conditions
of these islands will result in a largely
increased travel this way."
KILLK1) BY FALLINU IIOX.
Falal Accident at Scene of Dedtcn
cation of Japanese Temple.
At the dedication of the Japanese tem
ple on Volcauo road Sunday morning a
distressing accident occurred which was
kept very quiet and did not appcur to
mar the celebration in an any way. A
small Japanese girl, daughter of Fujinia
aud aged 11 years was struck by a box
dropped from one of the platforms sur
rounding the teuiplc. She was immediate
ly taken to the hospital aud died Sun
day night from concussion of the brain.
The indivual who caused the accident, a
Japanese by the name of Kuwamoto, was
placed under arrest and is held pending
an investigation of the corouor's jury.
He was under the influence of liquor at
The celebration was one of tlie most
brilliant and gorgeous ceremonies ever
witnessed iu Hilo, A parade of two
hundred small children iu gaily bedeck
ed Japanese costume through the princi
pal streets of the town preceded the
literary and musical exercises which took
place at the temple. Geisha dances,
songs and dramatics were a part of the
program which drew hundreds of
followers of the Huddhist faith as well as
many strangers, nttracted by the beauty
of the scene.
At the November meeting of the Piano
Club held last Wednesday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. G. II, Gere, each mem
ber was supposed to play the selection of
which she was most fund, with the idea
that what we love best we do best. The
program as rendered was as follows:
I, Schubert Vulse Arranged by Liszt
Mn-s Sarah Lyman.
Mrs, T. A, Drmiga,
Gypsy Rouds from Trio No. 5
Mrs, L, Turner.
Reading A Famous Chorister
Mrs. L Severance,
Violin .Solo "Maiden's Song"
Mrs. R.T. Moses.
C No. minor Sonata Heethoveu
A Musical Story told by Mrs, Geo.
Nocturne F No Chopin
Persian Song lluriueister
Mrs. J. T, Lewis,
rjlhian H'nlglils (Jave Pleasing
Spreckcls' Hall was crowded Friday
night with a large gnlhcriug of members,
wives, sweethearts nnd friends of Hilo
Lodge No. 7, Knight of 1'ythins, to enjoy
the Indies' social given by that popular
The hall was tastefully decorated with
palms nnd evergreens mid during the first
part of the evening an excellent program
of music and literary exercises was rend
ered, after which the halt was given up
to dancing. W. S. Wise delivered an
illustrated lecture on the history aud
principles of the Pythian order and the
strong ties of friendship aud fratcriialism
which unite its members. Miss Amy
Williams nnd Rosie Ilclbush rendered n
piano duct iu n pleasing manner nnd Mrs.
J. T. Lewis gave mi instrumental solo
which wns well received. The bagpipes
were played by Mr. Robert Forbes, mid
the Knmehntncha Quartette nnd Hoolulu
Club sang several selections which earned
repeated cucoics. At different times
during the evening pictures of famous
scenes of the world were thrown upon n
screen, the stereopticau being operated
by J. McNichols. The committee on
arrangements consisted of L. Ilclbush,
chairman, L. A. Andrews, N. C. Willfoug,
Carl Wicliert and John Detor.
The history of the order as sketched
by Mr. Wise was, iu part, as follows:
"The order of Knights of Pythias was
founded by the organization of Washing
ton Lodge No. r, iu the City of Washing
ton, D. C, on February 19, 1863.
"The founder, Justus II. Rathbone,
was born iu October, 1839, nnd died iu
December, 18S9, being buried in Forest
Hill Cemetery nt Uticn, N. Y. His rest
ing place is marked by a monument
erected to his memory by the order
which he founded.
"The name of the order was suggested
to the founder while attending a theater
at which the play "Damon mid Pythias"
was being produced, and like most secret
societies, its objects are for mutual benefit
and protection of its members Its chief
teaching being that of friendship,
"The organization owns aud maintains
at Springfield, Ohio, n Pythian Orphan's
Asylum, the value of which is about
$350,000 and it annually cares for 250 to
300 orphans of deceased members. The
order is fourth iu numerical strength iu
the U. S., its membership being upwards
"Hilo Lodge No. 7 was instituted Jan
uary 19, 1899, through the efforts of P. C.
Fred Wnldron, who at that time was
manager of the Volcano House. The
order has ever since been and now is, iu
a flourishing condition nnd have very
desirable lodge rooms, occupying the
entire third floor of the Haldwin Huild
ing.'1 A I'ure Ilevcragc.
The U. S. Government aud manufac
turers of pure foods and pure beverages
are spending a great deal of work, time
and money, to show the consuming pub
lic the benefit of purity in the above
It is well for the consumers to know
just what brands ore pure. The best
evidence that can be obtained at this
writing, is the sworn affidavit of chem
ists of long experience and reputation.
The Rainier Dottliug Works publishes
in this issue the sworn affidavit of F.d
mond O'Neill, Associate Professor of
Chemistry in the University of Califor
nia, as to his strict analysis of Rainier
Tenders wanted before Friday evening,
November 10. to lower the Catholic
Church at Hilo. Specifications can be
had ut the Catholic Mission. I do not
bind myself to accept any bid.
Hilo, Nov. 7, 1905. 2.1
All persons having wagons, brakes,
etc., for repairs iu the Piihoiiua black
smith shop prior to the ioth day of
October, 1905, and the repairs on which
have not been paid for, will take notice
that if the said repairs are not paid for
within thirty days from date hereof, the
said articles will be sold to pay charges
MARIANO da SILVA.
Hilo, Nov. 7H1, 1905.
10 Bonoflt i
' Hilo Boarding School
J . GRAND
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVK IN HONOLULU AND DF.PART AS FOLLOWS:
S. M. T. I W. T.
6 C ,n,i tVcntura n
Ncvadan 0 'China 8 ",
12 13 14 J5 16
19 2(f SS. "T 23
26 27 "r-a 1sic9a 30
uu Ui "Sonoma 29 uu
Vessels whose names appear OVF.R thednle ARRIVF. from tlie Const.
Vessels whose names nppenr HHLOW the date DKPART for the Coast.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (() To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; H, C; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau departs from Hllo for Honolulu every Friday nt lo:oon. in.
S. S. Mnunn Loa'smalt closes iu Hilo on Saturdays mnl Tuesdnys marked
(x) nt 2:15 p. in., arriving iu Honolulu at daylight three days later.
Arc you in a
Do you realize
during n year if you use a
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
will easily pay for the register? We have one style of Nntional
Cash Register that shows you, without the slightest chance of
error, what clerk took in a bad coin or made an error in change.
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eves need attention. We have facil.
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catty testing your eyes and fitting
just the lenses your case needs.
We have everything iu the optical
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you handle and have clerks that
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While the Agents of many
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petitioning their Ollicers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDI-NI) policy,
it is a source of great satisfaction
to the Policyholders of the
l'acific .Mutual to know that
their Company has been issuing
nlmost iiothiui: else for years.
No petitioning necessary for
liberality with the good old
The Directors of the Company
nre by the California law made
jointly aud severally liable for
all monies KMHK..LKD or
MLSAPPROPRIATICD by the
officers during the term of office
of such Director, (Juile a pio
vision from the S1CCURITV
what has leceully occurred.
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