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Tilly WITOKI,V HII.O TRinUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, NOVICMIHvR 2t, 1905.
Sanford, Hie upticinu, fits glasses. Sec
LOUISIANA KICK L. Turner Co.,
Allen Wnll is is Honolulu u 11 lergoing
A son ntnl licir was born to (lovcrnor
Carter on November lolli.
You will find tlic pictticsl stock of
Inces in town nt K. II. Moses.
Mrs. II. Vicars and children have re
turned from a isil to Kohnla.
Leave orders with the Hilo Market
Company for Thanksgiving turkeys.
Mrs, Campbell accompanied Mr.
Campbell to Honolulu on Pridny last.
The Young Men's 1U publican Club
meet this evening at Piieiniu's Hall nt
Dr. Archer Iruiu is in Honolulu at
tending the congress of doctors held
W. 1'. Wilson, nuditor for W. G. Irwin
& Co., is the guest or V. T. "aiding at
Mrs. C. J. Schoening, wife of the bro
ther of W. II. Schoening, is visiting the
Mrs. Kvun da Silva has been quite ill
lor the last two weeks at her home on
Mr. ami Mrs. M. M. Springer returned
from Kobala and arc now residing on
Mrs. W. T. Maiding and children are
expected to return by the S. S. Kilter
prise this morning.
The Hilo Market Company hac for
silc a quantity of live turkeys grown on
the slopes of Mauna Kea.
Preparations are in progress for a song
praise service at the First Foreign Church
to be held at an early date.
The Dark Annie Johnson, Nllsou, mas
ter, arrived Sunday afternoon, twenty
dus from San Praucisco.
J. D. Knston left for Koliala last Friday
and is traveling overland to Hilo 011
business connected with his firm.
Miss Mabel Wise is a novitiate in the
Order of Kastem Star, being initiated a
member of Hilo Chapter 1 last evening.
Mrs. J. II. Ilaron and child, who have
been absent from Hilo for two years, re
turned on the Annie Johnson, Sunday
Commodor II. K. Ticker, representing
the Pacific Mutual Insuaauce Company,
is making a business trip through Ha
waii. The S. S. Kntcrprise is scheduled to
leave Saturday noou. The banana train
will go out Friday morning on the Hilo
The firm of Wing Sing Co., Chinese
merchants on Front street, have assigned
to the Von Hamm Young Co., Ltd.,
Honolulu. See ad.
U. W. Shingle, representing the Henry
Watcrhouse Trust Co., of Honolulu, is in
Waimea and is expected to arrive over
land on next Thursday.
W. T. llalding ofter a three month's
vacation trip to his home nt Milvvakce,
Wis., and other points east, returned 011
the Kiuau last Wednesday.
Miss Maud Lovejoy, formerly a resi
dent of Honolulu, but whose home is
now at Oakland, Cal is making a visit
with Miss Mary Shipmau at Riverside
Harry Richards and family of Salida,
Kas., who arrive this morning 011 the
S. S. Kuterprise, will spend the winter
with his brother, K. K. Richards, who
lias been making a tour of the eastern
Dr. K. L. Hutchinson, the Honolulu
dentist, is visiting his parents at their
Kaumaua home. Ira A. Hutchinson,
his father, who has been ill for the past
week at the Hilo hospital is much im
proved in health and now at home.
Ask for the Atlas shoe for men, n good
black vici kid shoe, made by Rice &
Ilutchius, price J2.50 nt Holmes Store.
Mr. George Deacon of Waialun, who
lias been spending the past six weeks in
Hilo in the hope of improving his health,
returned to Honolulu on the last Kuiau
feeling very much better. He was ac
companied b his daughter-in-law, Mrs.
The plantation managers who went to
Honolulu on Friday to attend the
1'lautcrs' Meeting are C. C. Kennedy, J.
A. Scott, W. II. C. Campbell, John Ross,
Jas. Webster, Albert Horner, David
Forbes, C. II. White, A. I.idgate, Jas.
Gibb, John II1111I, C. Mcl.cuuoii and J.
Shoeing A el that's our business
Feet are different, but we fit nil kinds.
These dajs of strenuous action n man
wants comfortable bhoes. Our lasts are
so shaped that a man can keep his feet
off his mind. If you nre a 3.50, 1.50,
f$ or 6.50 shoe III (in our shoes are here, I
Come bee. Kcouoiuic. 1
Do you smoke? If so, drop in the!
Hilo Drug Store nml bee their elegant,
line of pipes and smoker's articles. I
Captain Thos. Dowdell of the steamer (
Alameda has been exonerated by the
federal officials from an blame for the
running of that vessel on the rocks on
September 30th. Pilot C. II. Johnson
bus had his license suspended for six
months by the federal authorities nml
fuir months by the state board. Tic
il linage to the steamer is estimated at
LOUISIANA RICK L. Turner Co.,
Mrs. N. Russell lias been ill nt her
home nt Mountain View.
The prettiest stock of lace goods ever
in Hilo is being sold by K. II. Moses.
J. P. Rcgo, representing Whitney and
Marsh, has opened up salesrooms opposite
the Volcano Stables,
Miss Louise Monte vcrde, orrives this
morning on the Kntcrprise to assume
charge of the Hilo hospital.
C. Ahlp has been appointed temporory
administrator of the estate of Ah Wo,
deceased, lately of 1'nhoa, Puna.
Only tiiachinc-madc poi hygcnlcally
prepared will be used nt the Hilo Hoard
ing School luati on Thniiksglvlug Day.
To shoe the feet is not n fnd or fancj
but nil nrt which the Kcouoiuic Shoe Co.
have learned and which their customers
Miss Ilcruicc K. Dwight, stenographer
in the Public Works Office nt Honolulu
is spending a ten day's vacation at the
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather the bark Amy Turner was de
layed in getting nway until Friday
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Curtis ard family,
who have been spending the past month
nt Scconnct, have returned to their home
A splendid opportunity to secure the
most popular magazines is open to cash
subscribers under the combination club
offer of the TiutiUNiC.
C. II. ICluegcl, formerly of Hilo, has
resigned his position with the O. R. &
L. Co., to become engineer in charge of
the new branch Hue to Wnhinwa, Oaliu.
Ladies' white ch.uuoisc gloves, n good
finality, price f t.oo nt Holmes Store.
The Hilo Hoarding School concert on
Thanksgiving evening, promises some
thing quite out of the ordinary. The
program will be short mid catchy. Tick
ets 50 cents each.
It is said that I). F. Dillingham has
arranged to float n new issue of $2,oro,ooo
of Olaa Sugar Co. bonds, refunding the
present 51,250,000 nud taking up the
floating debt. A meeting has been ad
vertised for the 23d.
NOTICE TO BANANA
Will Sail for San Francisco
SATURDAY, NOV. 25
HANANA TRAIN GOKS OUT
R. T. CUARD,
Agent Matson Navigation Confpany
Kbeu Low has asked that the annual
meeting of the Hawaiian Stock Hrecders'
Association be postponed from Thanks
giving Day oud the place of meeting
changed from Hilo to Honolulu, He
does not think there would be any attend
ance at Hilo.
K. II. Moses is selling the most improv
ed t pew riter ever offered to the public.
The L. C. Smith & Hros. visible writer is
a writtiug machine simple in construc
tion and yet comprising all good features
of n high grade typewrirer. Give one
trial is all I usk.
The limited stock of Japanese goods
brought by P. C. Henuicr, who has just
returned from a trip to the Orient, is be
ing rapidly sold out. Mr. llenmer re
grets now that he did not lay in a larger
supply, as he was not aware of the de
mand for this class of goods.
rirst foreign Church.
Sibbith Nov. 26, c5 ii a. Ill My
pniM i nn 1 !-u , 1 i i mil, with th inks
glVIMI! Jv't V I" I" ' Is lie- 111 nil known
until. I I lul A ' 7 P m hn'k
Ve tli- I i 1 wliili lu in In Inuml
'J lie I" ti Mil, nt in' i turn fir Novem
ber is for tin. beueliliif the I l.u.i (. luucll.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS HO SUBSTITUTE
IIOAItlHMJ hUHUOIi CUXCr.UT.
All Interesting Program Outlined
for livening Ihilerliiluiiienl.
The Hlln Hoarding School is a busy
place these days nnd preparations nn
progressing for the linu nnd fair to be
given on Thanksgiving Day. The con
cert to be given in the nsscmbly hall of
the new school building promises to be
an interesting entertainment. Time nnd
energy arc being given in unstinted
measure to give the public their money's
worth. The program will consist of vari
ed numbers by local favorites, who can
always be depended upon to attract a
Mrs. A. G. Curtis will give n rccitn-
tlon npproprinte to the occasion. Mrs.
Louise IInp.il is down for a solo. Mrs.
R. T. Moses has consented to give n vio
lin solo. The Knmehnmehn Quintette
Club will render several vocal selections
of Ilawnlinn songs. The sword drill by
it squad of students will be interesting.
A comedy sketch called "A Charming
Young Fellow" given by six jouug la
dies of Hilo is in the hands of Mrs. Chas.
Siemscn. The "Floradora Sextette" pir
ticipaled in by six couples under the au
spices of Mrs. J. T. Lewis will prove n
novel feature of the program which is
replete w ith good things from beginning
tiled From Tjpholil.
Robert K. Ford, assistant engineer nt
Kukullinele, died last Tuesday, April
14th, nt the Hilo hospital of typhoid
fever. He wns brought to the hospital
over two months ngo, nnd his steady
improvement had given rise to hopes of
his ultimate rscov cry. Hut other compli
cations set in about two weeks ago, nud
iu his weakened condition, his constitu
tion would not withstand a second attack.
He was attended in his last illness by
friends who knew him nsn machinist nt
Pioneer Mill, Lahaiua, Maui, nud local
Odd Fellows, of which organization he
wash member. Mr. Ford wns between
.10 and 45 v ears of nge, nnd came from
Los Gntos, Cal., where his people reside. !
He leaves n widow, who at present is
confined in the Puunene hospital, Maul.
Interment took plpoe in Homelani
Mmlo Same .Mistake.
Hn.0, Hawaii Ter., Nov. 18, 1905.
To the Kditor,
H11.0 Tkiiiunk, Sir: I note in on
interesting letter by Mr. L. A. Andrews
to the Hoard of Supervisors, that he
accuses Dr. Stow of nn inability to dis
tinguish between an abscess in the
shoulder and worms. As it is human to
err I feel no shame in admitting that
both Dr. Irwin and I mide the same
error of diagnosis iu the case referred to.
As Dr. Irwin is nway I regret that I can
not obtain an expression of his feeling
in the matter but I am sure he would
join me in expressing thanks to Mr.
Andrews for his instruction.
(Sgd.) JOHN J. GRACK.
Mortgages Ills Kaucli.
There was placed on record last week
iu the office of the Registrar of Convey
ances n mortgage from Col. Samuel
Norris to Claus Sprcckels & Co. of his
Kaliuku ranch property at Noolehu.
Kau, for the sum of 5,000. Norris is on
eccentric character, who runs his ranch
as a pastime and although having thou
sands of head of cattle, refuses to sell n
pound of beef to the trust. Negotiations
have been made several times for the
purchase of the valuable ranch property,
but the conditions placed upon the sale
by the old gentleman have been such,
that every prospective bujer has been
Kin mi Departures, Nov. 17th.
Mrs. H. Lockitigtou, Capt. May Dar
ker, Lieut Nellie Jensen, Mrs. C. K. Still
man, A. Lidgate, Jas. Gibb, Mrs. Kd
wards and child, G. R. Clngy und wife,
F, A. Garngost, II. G. Dixon, P. P. Wut
son nud wife, Rev. Y. Itunimira, D. Forb
es, A. Homer, C. White, II. G. Claxton,
John Hind and wife, C. McLennon, J. A.
Scott, J. Ross, C. C- Kennedy, J. D.
Kaston, II. W. M. Mist, A. Gartley, J, T.
Moir, Geo. Deacon, Mrs. S. M. Mitchell,
Mrs. MacGregou Deacon, J. W. Webster,
W. II. C. Campbell and wife.
Kuterprise at Honolulu.
The S. S. Kuterprise arrived early last
Friday morning from San Francisco
with 3,700 tons of freight. She encounter
ed head winds nud was delated some
011 this account. For Honolulu she
brought a.ooy tons of freight, cjiki foi
II1I0 nud 700 tons for the Ilniiolii'u
Pluntntiou Co. After returning from
Hilo next week the Kuterprise may 1 c
loaded nt the Oceanic wharf with a cargo
of something like 10,000 bunches of
bananas for the States.
.M imager I'raser IteslgiiH.
J K. A. Fraser, for many years manager
,of the Koliala Unilroid Company has
I resigned his position nnd will leave Ma
I hukona for the mainland. The resigna
tion is to take elfe-cl January 31st, 1906.
1 he question of a successor has not been
taken up by the board of Directors of
Mrs. W. J. Stone will take charge of
the millinery department at the store o(
L. Turner Co., Ltd., for the next two
mouths and during the Xiuns holidays,
Denth Struggle of Once I'limous
The Hilo Cotillion Club died hard.
There were those who prophccled that it
would be possible to resuscitate the form
of the old organisation bill only n rem
nant of what was once Hllo's glory nnd
is now rapidly disappearing iu the realms
of innocuous desuetude, by reason of
slow starvation nnd neglect, gathered nt
Sprcckels Hall last Friday night to ad
minister the Inst rites of prnycr nnd
benediction to the dying club. When
the end enmc there were ten men and
thirty-two women present to count the
last pulse beats nnd weep large, thrcc
corucrcd crocodile tears over the remains
of the one time flourishing society.
Henutiful music by n Hawaiinn quintette
club was plajed when the life became
extinct nnd the soul of the old organira
was spirited away iu sad surroundings.
The niscmbly hull was modestly but
tnstefully decornted iu memory of the
departed, but there wns no money for
flowers or n shroud. The gentlcinnn who
volunteered to collect the funds to defrnj
the expenses of the funeral festivities,
reported that the treasury was "broke"
and many of the members refused to
"dig." Only n gathering of two ncore
persons showed any interest iu the dying
society by attending the funeral and
joining iu the sad sorrowful cortege. The
patient fiom long neglect and ill treat
ment sighed its last sigh nud breathed
its last breath last Friday night, nnd
hcrcnflcr only the memory of the de
pitted will remain to gladden the hearts
of those of its members who were present
nt the death bed nud to bring remorse to
those who bellied to bury it by refusing
to pay their dues. Re-quicscal iu pace.
S. S. CITY OF 1111,0.
Name of MatsonN Xev Steamer.
The following account of Malson's
new steamer appears iu the San Francisco
Chief Kugiue-cr Hogati of the steamer
Kuterprise left for New York yesterday
to superintend the work 011 the steam
er Gaditaua, which has just been pur
chased by the Malson Nnvlgntion Com
pany. He will direct the work of equip
ping the steamer for oil burners nud then
bring the vessel out to this const.
The Gaditaua was bought nt auction
by the Mntsou Navigation Company.
The vessel Is built to carry passengers
and freight. It is stated that when the
vessel arrives her nnme will be
chnnged to the City of Hilo. The
steamer is about the same sbc os the
Kntcrprise. She is expected to leave
New York about the first of the jenr.
! LUBi FAIR
For tho Bonoflt
Hilo Boarding School
) New Buildit
DO YOU SMOKE?
We carry iu stock every
variety of pipes, from the
cheapest that's made to the
elegant meerschaum. We call
attention especially to our gen
uine French briars, straight or
curved stems, with genuine
We can supply you with
the best grades of pipe tobac
co, all varieties.
Come iu and look around.
The Hilo Drug Co.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mntson Line",
will he responsible for any dehta con
trncted by the crew. K. T. CUAK1),
Hilo, April 16 1 qui 14.
Ladies' hrowu kid gloves, n good
Hiiulity, price $1.35 nt Holmes' Store,
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
MAILS ARRIVK IN HONOLULU AND DF.PART AS FOLLOWS:
Vessels whose noines appear OVKR the date ARRIVK fituti the Coist.
Vessels whose names appear HKLOW the date DKPAHT for the Const.
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco, (1) To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; It. C: (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinnu departs from Hilo fur Honolulu ever) Friday at to no n. in.
S. S. Mnunn Loa'smail closes in Hilo 011 Saturdavs iiinl Titrsdajs marked
(X) nt 2:15 p. 111., nrriving iu Honolulu at daylight three dajs later.
Are you in a business wlicre you handle and have clerks that
handle ctw.li? Do you realize that the savings from mistakes
during a year if you use a
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
will easily pay for the register? We have one style or National
Cash Register that .shows you, without the slightest chance of
error, what clerk took in a bad coin or undo an error in change.
If you arc interested epll 011 or write to
J. A. M.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
A large assortment just to hand
from the East.
L TURNER CO. Lti!
Klnuu Arrivals, .o. i;,, mo:,.
I). 1'. Kennedy, Mr. Doir.iu, wife und
Child, Kev. C. V. M. Williams, Mrs. !
I)u chalsky, J. A. Mnjer. Kev 1 C Col
rord, A. Garllej, Dr. Hutchinson, II. K.
Picker, J. P. Ue-go, Mis. J. A. Merrd,
M. I). Merril, MUs I). P Devlin, MM
Mmy P. Luc.is, Mib- Nnucy Lit -is, Thos.
Pay, Soloumn Lucas, John P. Koss, V.
Midler, Mrs. J. P. C. Abel nud m lid, O.
K. Clngy, and wife, Master P. Abel, Mrs.
C.J. Schoening, Mrs. P. Klamp, two
children and maid, Mis. P. M. Mitchell,
I). C. Dixon, H. P. Watson mid wife, P.
A.Cniujost, W. T. llalding.
Subscribe for the Tiuiiu.vi!. Subscrip
tion j 1.5 o per yenr.
t Moan a
"It's a sin to nuv i-ook
hoods." Don't be a sinner.
Buy ICconomic Shoes. iook
perfect: not only that they akk
perfect in style, in lit, in wear.
Gladiator Shoos, $3.50
Royal Shoos, $4.50
Stetson Shoos, SG.DO
Always act right; they can
do no wrong. Do right, and
write the ICcouotr'c when or
dering the next pair.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO.
P. S. Insist on getting a
tii kel with every purchase.
These tickets are valuable.
IC. vS. Co.
1 A Word to Tinvi'lcrs.
I The excitement incident to traveling
and change' of food and water often brings
011 di irrohoea. und for this reason no
1 one should leave home without n bottle
of Ch.iiiihe-iliin's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Keniedy. Por situ by Milo
If) on wish jour codec to bring the
highest market prices let the Hilo Collie
Mill clean, classify and place the same on
the market for join Liberal cash nd
vances made on hhipmeu's.
The Hilo Drug Co, have an artistic
! window of Hawaii 111 curios, smokers ar
j ticks, etc. See adv.