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TIIK WKBKLY 1111,0 TRIBUNE, HIM), HAWAII, TUKSDAY, DIJCKMBKR ig, 1905.
The public school will close for tlie
Christmas holidavs on Friday.
1'rcsh nssoitincut of I.owney's candid,
75 ccnMpcrpoiii.il lli.o Candy Kitchen,
I). I,. Austin, tcprouituip; the Pacific
Hardware Co.. Honolulu, ii nt llonoknn.
All of the pupll of the public schools
have been undergoinc; vaccination as re
quired by law.
Miss Mercy Aknu left on 1'riday to
spend the Christinas holidavs with her
sister In Honolulu.
There will be n meeting of the stock
holders of the Koin Holtling Worki, Ltd.
nt Ilnlualoa on January olh.
MrsiJ. A. Scott It expected to arrive
from the coast on tin- Manchuria which
reaches Honolulu next Saturday.
Wnll Nichols Co. are selling Sun Type
writers like hot cakes.
The Falls of Clyde arrived from San
1'rnncisco on Thursday with a cargo of
Christmas goods for llilo merchants.
The latest lluttcrick patterns and pub
lications at 15. II. Mosps. Subscribe to
the Delineator for a year, only t.oo.
Inni, whose store is opposite the Sol
vation Army Hall, imports his Japanese
goods direct from the Orient. See adv.
Dengue has struck Hilo again, and
numerous citizens nrc suITerlm: from this
distressing malady in one form or an
other. We've got what yon want in shoes.
Goods arriving ex l'alls of CIvde arc
swell. Insist on getting a ticket.
Fresh assortment of I.owney's candies,
75 cents per pound Hilo Candy Kitchen.
The Christum exercises of the Portu
guese Protestant Church will be held on
Christmas morning at 10:30 o'clock when
the little ones will receive their usual
Heautiful vaes, baskets, pictures, pre
scntation books, Christmas goods. Wall
The Volcano House are planning an
elaborate Christmas dinner next Monday
nt that popular hotel ry. Special excur
fiion rates can be secured, permitting n
stay nt the crater hotel Sunday and
Supt. of Public Instruction W. II. Bob
bin and Inspector C. K. King journeyed
overland through Kohala. Mr. Hibbitt
took the Klnau for Honolulu Friday
night und Mr. King returnrned through
Scrivcn's clastic scam drawers nt the
Economic, nil sizes. Shaw-knit hose
ditto. Get n ticket.
Phillip Peck ncted ns deputy of the
Most Worthy Grand Patron nt the in
Ftitulion Inst week of I.ei Aloha Chapter
No. 3, Order of the Eastern Star (wo
men's masonic blanch), nt the Honolulu
Masonic Temple. There arc 53 charter
members of the new chapter.
Hawaiian and Hilo souvenir postal
cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
Miss Mary Shipman gave n farewell
party io Miss Maud I.ovejoy nt her home
in Riverside Park last Tuesday evening.
About forty young people were present
nnd enjoyed Five Hundred until n late
hour. Miss Stella Peck carried o(T first
honors nud J. C. Ilidgway drew the con
A XMAS BOX
No more appropriate gift
for the Christmas holi
days could be imagined
thau a selected box of
fine table wines and
i Bot. Scotch Whiskey
1 Bot. Irish Whiskey
1 Bot. Rye Wh
i Bot. Double Berried
1 Bot. Brand v Natoma
10 years old
1 Bot. Bitter Angostun
Bot. European Port
t. European Port a
t. European Sherry a
t. Champagne Pt. i
doz. Buffet Beer
Church St., - Hilo
Whitman's Candles L. Turner Co.
Kcv. C. W. Hill is in Hamakua on his
K. II. Moses, the sewing machine man,
is on business in Hamakua.
llargalus on 6, u ami 18 drawer filing
cabinets. Wall, Nichols Co.
Genuine Pauamn Hatsat the Economic;
gel a ticket with every purchase.
Mr. and Mrs D. A. Locbctislcln cntci
taincd at cards on Wednesday night.
Fresh assortment of I.owney's candies,
75 cents per pound HiloCnndy Kitchen.
Deputy Sheriff Wm. J. Uicknrd re
turned to his home nt Houokna Sunday.
Sewing machine needles for all makes
of machines nt K. 11. Moses.
Goo I loo, the Front street tailor, is
making a specialty of smart clothes. Sec
The exercises of the Japanese Protest
nut Church will be held Monday evening
at 7 o'clock.
Whitman's Candies h. Turner Co.
Christmas Cnrds, Calenders and Dia
riesWall Nichols Co.
Shirashi, the Japanese merchant on
Front street, near Moohcnu Park, is sell
ing out at cost. See adv.
T. A. Has, representing the Pacific
Hardware nud Steel Co.ol San Francisco,
has been the guest of J. W. Mason for the
The Chinese Mission will hold its
Christmas exercises next Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock under the direction of
E. F. Nichols, who has been confuted
to the Hilo hospital since Friday night
with n threatened nttnek of nppendecitis,
Fine ready-to-wear suits from $5 to $15
nt tlie Economic. Alpaca coats 2.50 to
7.50. See them.
An nppctiziug Christmas dinner, in
cluding turkey nnd cranberry siucc, will
be served nt Demosthenes' Cafe on
Miss Helen Severance, who has been to
Hoston and other points enst on account
of her health, will return by the Man
churia next Saturday.
The Victor Talking machines and re
cords sold by E. II. Moses "speak" for
themselves ns being the only reliable
goods of the kind on the market.
Ilasc ball, tennis, golf goods, wood nnd
iron dumb bells, boxing gloves. Wall,
J. A. M. Johnson Co. has a number of
Remington typewriters good ns new from
f 20 to 55. These machines were taken
in ns part payment for the Underwood
Whitman's Candies L. Turner Co.
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.
The Hilo Market will move into new
qunrters in the Serrao Block 011 Shipman
street, on the first of the year. Every
thing connected with the new establish
ment will be hygenicand up-to-date under
the new management of (). E. English.
Mednllions nt half price. Wall Nichols
Tlie Houokaa saloon is taking on a
I brilliant and businesslike nppearaucc.
The quarters have been completely ren
ovated and nn attractive outfit of bar
fixtures installed. Richard Westobey is
decorating the plnce for the Christmas
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. T. GUARD,
I Hilo, April 16,1901 14-
, The Haili Church Sunday School will
I have its usual Christinas distribution on
, next Sunday morniug at to o'clock. On
J the following Sunday, New Year's ce
I there will bk held the literary nnd
I musical exercises by the various Sunday
I schools connected with the Church.
E. II. Moses has 011 sile for the Holi-
days n choice lot of goods from Japan,
I comprising lacquer, satin embroidered
1 bcreens, trays, tables, shirt waists and
1 fancy work.
A MATTER OF HEALTH
HAS MO SUBSTITUTE
l'ortiiRiiesi' Church I'nlr.
The luncheon nud fair given by the
Ladles Society of tlie Portuguese Protes
tant Church in the Hilo Armory 011 Sat
utday last was an artistic success, nl
'though the iiiclrmcucy of the weather
prevet'tcd many from attending. The
various booths were under the capable
supervision of Mrs. Kiln M. Loebcnstein
nnd the luncheon, which wns tnstily serv
ed at the rear of the hall, was under the
management of Mrs, C. N. Arnold nnd
Mrs. Frank C. Stone. The Hilo baud
gave u number of selections bitw ecu 11
o'clock nnd noon, nud those who attend
ed during the afternoon and evening re
sponded by giving liberal patronage for so
good n cause. Tlie proceeds will go to
the repair of the Portuguese Church of
which Rev. K.J. Sllva is pastor.
The ladles assisting nt the different
bootheswerc ns follows: Fancy work,
Misses Sarah Lyman, Mary Machado,
Sarah Cnnario, Kathcrliic Howard nud
Mrs. Jewell; Flowers, Misses Kuulel
Hnpni, LlzHc Vaunalta, Elvira Hapal,
and Helen Ahlua; Candy, Misses Loul-1
sa Howard, Gcor(,ina Howard nud Mrs.
E. H. Austin. Lemonade, Mrs. T. E.
Cook nud Miss Adelaide Cauario. Dolls
Gloria Miguel: Post office, Manuel Cn
brnl. Fortune telling, Mrs. II. L. Shaw
Fish pond, Rosic Cnnario nnd Autoiie
Serrao; Luncheon, Mrs. II. da Camnrn
Mrs. Evan da Sllva, Mrs Aiilone Serrao,
Mrs. Jardinc, Mrs. de Mattos, Mrs. Mcr
ciauo Rulia, Mrs. Nuues, Mrs. llarros
and Mrs. Peterson.
Senile Hccoiiich Mutineer.
John C. Scarlc has been appointed
malinger of Puako Plantation, succeed
ing Wilinot Vrcdenberg, who has had
charge since its inception. Mr. Senrle's
services were secured nbout ten dnys no,
nnd he is directed lo report for duty next
Friday. Mr. Scarlc Is n man of long
practical experience in the cauc fields,
having been connected with the Hutch
inson Plantation in Kan for the past
twenty-five years. He resigned his posi
tion ns head lutin nt Nnnlchu to ncccpt
the post of Sheriff of Hawaii, when
former Sheriff L. A, Andrews became a
private citizen. His tenure in the sheriff's
office was short-lived nud nt the election
five mouths later, Mr. Searlc was defeat
ed by the present Sheriff Kcolauui. Mr.
Scarlc will not remove his family lo
Puako until later.
An Automobile Truck
Manager J. A. Scott of the Hilo Sugar
Co. received by the ship Falls ot Clyde n
monster electrical freight truck, which
will be used on the plantation. Tlie ma
chine, which is n Pope "Wnverly," is
capnbleof carrying three tons and Is es
pecially adupted for hill climbing. It
has 42 cells of storage batteries aud has
four speeds of two, four, six and seven
miles per hour. Us dimensions arc 5
feet wide by 14 feet In length. This type
of freight autocar has been successfully
used throughout the United States and is
regarded as a great advantage over ani
mals as a motive power.
The UlpsIeK' Christmas.
The Sunday School of the First For
eign Church, of which Mrs. L. Severance
is superintendent, is planning an inter
esting Christmas entertainment lu which
nil of the little ones will take part in
costuuie. The exercises will be held in
the Sunday School room nud main audi
torium of the Church. Besides the can
tata "The Gipsies' Christmas," there will
be the usual Christmas tree, songs and
recitations. The public are cordially in
The, Lepers' Christmas.
E. II. Austin and Noa W. Aluli, who
have been receiving Christmas contri
butions for the inmates of the leper set
tlement 011 Molokai, report that they
have collected 215 cash nud have n
promise off 35 more. A portion of this
amount, perhaps ten or fifteen dollars,
will be given to those under treatment at
the detention camp in Hilo. Further
1 contribulions will be gladly received by
! (In- . r.ti 1 1 ,-t ,,.,, ,in,,,t.il
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Under tlie direction of R. R. Elgin,
the Kohala Dramatic Club will give a
ladies' minstrels next Friday tiight.
From all reports it promises to be one of
the most unique entertainment? ever
I presented in the district. Already the
I tickets nre rapidly belling and it is hoped
n hntidsome sum will be realled, which
I will be used for the benefit of Father
! First Foreign Church.
' Sabbath, Dec. 24, 1905, 11 n. 111.: "God
so loved the world." John 3:16. 7:30 p.
1 111.: "Christmas Hymns." The Sabbath
School Christmas entertainment will be
given in the Church on Friday evening
I Dec 22, nt 7:30 o'clock. All arc invited
' to attend.
(.'nn! of Tluinlis.
The pastor anil lailies of the Portuguese
Protestant Church extend their thanks to
the Hilo band anil those who g.ive their
support anil patronage to the recent
luncheon anil fair.
Mis. V. J. Stone, vm 1 tuke charge of
the millinery department at the store of
I.. Turner Co., J,tc., for the next two
months mill during the Xiuas holidays.
New Year's Itnccs and Hull.
Citizens of Hamakua arc planning nil
elaborate program of races nud nlhletlc
events to be held nt Houokna oil New
Year's Day. The morning, beginning nt
3:30, will be devoted to racing, the
purses for which are ns follows: Half
mile racc, f 20; pony race, ) mile, $o;
free for nil, )( mile, $50; Hawaiian bred
horses, 30; lunns' race, 10; scrub race,
)i mile, f2o; Hnwnilan bred horses, '$
mile, $40; consolation race (4th and 7th
events), 30; consolation race (events t,
2, s nnd 6), fjo.The stnrter will be
Chnuiiccy Miles; judges, Dan Forbes, II.
Louissou and J. Prilchard; clerk of the
course, Geo. Hall; time-keeper, Don
At 2 p. 111. in the nftcruooti, there will
be a tug of war, running races by ladies,
fat men, boys, girls and n sack race, for
nil of which liberal prizes will be award
ed. Geo. Kaiser has the afternoon pro
gram In charge,
In the evening n grand ball will be
held nl the Houokna Lyceum, to which
the public arc invited- The music will
be fiirnis1it.il by the Walpio string baud,
under the direction of Tom my Uicknrd,
who has promised there shall be no lack
of rythmic, rollicking music to keep lime
to nimble feet. Jos. Prilchard is chair
man of the committee ou arrangements
aud other committees arc as follows: Re
ception, A. J. Williamson; rcfresments,
J. Payne; decorations, J. A. Percida;
floor manager, W. Grothcr; secretary and
treasurer, A. I). Lindsay.
Klunti Departures, Dec. loth.
W. II. Babbitt, C. J. Fishcl, John II.
Wilson, Frank R. Harvey, C. F. J.
Hargcns. A. Carvalho, Jos. Morse, Miss
M. Akau, Mrs. W. Nullum, .Miss L.
Nalimu, C Sewano, Mrs. Amsworth, J.
Arnsworth, Miss M. Lovejoy, A. Cosie,
Miss Emilia Rowland, T. M. Rowland
aud baby, Lei Rowland, Jas. Lowland,
II. II. Stevens, E. Langc, A. H. F.
Kenton, A. Mason, J. A. Magulre, wife
and granddaughter, N.J. Newmark nnd
wife, C. W. L. Watson, N. R. Jainleson,
J. Hind, Robt. Hind nud family, F.
Klamp, L. M. Whllehousc, Mrs. J. M.
Lyude, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Miss Francis
Adams, Mrs. F. Klauip, E. M. Damon,
C. C. Kennedy.
I'nthollc Church Services.
Next Saturday ,thc eve of Christmas,
is n day of fast and abstinence.
Next Monday, on Christmas da , 011
account of the unfinished slate of the
church 110 mass will be said before 7 a. 111.
The masses will be said at 7, 7.45, 8 15,
9,10.30. There will be a collection at
Chamberlain's I'ulii lliilm.
There is no danger from blood poison
resulting from n cut or wound of any kind
when Chamberlain's Pain Balm is used.
It is an antiseptic drcsseng and should be
in every household. For sale by Hilo
On Volcano road, between 5 mile
nud Hilo, n pair of gold spectacles,
turn to Triiiunk Oiwick.
House on School Street, recently oc
cupied by F. Souza, Apply to
F. S. LYMAN
or H. VICARS
The regular nutmnl meeting of the
stockholders of the Koua Bottling Works,
LImitedTwill be held nt the office of the
company at Holualoa, Hawaii, 011 January
9, 1906, at 10 n. m.
L. S. AUNGST,
One set Warner's World's Best Litera
ture, 45 vols.
One set Makers of History, 32 vols.
One set Modern Eloquence, 10 vols.
One set Dickens' Complete Works, 35
Almost new and in excellent condition.
Will be sold nt n bargain. Address
G-tf XL, Tkiiiunk Office.
Twill offer for sale, the residence of Mr.
Keith 1'. Mackie, situated at Kninehe,
opposite Cocoaunt Island (has porcelain
bath and set bowl) pleasantly situated on
waters edge and flue for sea bathing.
Good stable accommodations and chicken
Also for sale horse mid rubber tired
buggy, sold together or separately. In
6-.it A. S. I.itHAUON OUKNHY.
CO WHERBvYOU WILL
YOU WII.i, J'INl) TIIK
FRONT STR1UST, - 1111,0
JUST PURE CANDY
Physicians will tell you that much
alcd ns to be Injurious to children.
nllou. Ours carries with it
We offer you nil
Plain and Chocolate
Fruits dipped in
You can have n pound box of
A pound of the best
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
AS GOOD AS NEW
FROM S20 TO S55
These machines were taken ns part payment for the Underwood
J. A. M. JOHNSON COMPANY, LTD.
931 FORT STREET, HONOLULU
We've a fair wind on our
sales these days.
Don't put off your holiday purchases until the choicest of our offerings
are gone. A stock of excellent shoes in
Patent Loathor Oxfords Patont Leather Bluchers
Black Vici Oxfords Vici ana Calf Bluchors
In the newest patterns arrived this week.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd. - HILO
If the salesman forgets your
to you as to us.
Moqucttc Rugs at $1.50, $2.75 and $4.50.
Brussels Rugs at S5C.
Matting Rugs, all sizes and prices.
Brussels Carpets, 9x12 feet.
R. & G. Corsets.
Overalls for Men, Boy's and Children.
Men's Working Shirts and Fine Suspenders
Printed Lawns at 10c aud 20c.
Children's Vests aud Nazareth Waists.
Ladies' Silk Belts.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear.
Aud many other goods, all at the very lowest
E. N. HOLMES
of the candy sold is so grinlly adulter-
Purity, then, should have first consider-
our guarantee of absolute purity.
the best that is nude for half n dollar,
that's good for fifteen cents.
Curtice. Hros. Ulue Label Soups
White Label Olives !j
Ileiu.'s Tomato Soup
Heinz's Pickles and Condiments
Heinz's Sweet Pickled Peaches
Heiuz's Preserved Raspberries
Jams nnd Jellies
Sweet Pickle Pineapple
Major Grey's Chutney J
Anchovies and Anchovy Sauce
Mince Meat J
Nuts nud Rnisin, lite, lite.
ticket, remind him
Money is ns good
1?. S. CO.
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