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EVENING DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, II. T., TUESDAY, NOV. 19, 1901.
HILO DOCK AFFAIRS.
Hllo, Nov. IB. Tho Hllo Dock Com
pany held a meeting jcstcrday In tho
offices of tho Hllo Dank to cllecuss
measures for tho advancement of
that enterprise. It was decided to
call a mass meeting at an early dato
at which tho various propositions un
der consideration will ho discussed In
public. Tho data of tho meeting will
bo fixed to suit tho ronvenlcnco ot
Superintendent .1. II. Ilojd.
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A Leader, 25x25 inches, $2 25 per dozen, worth 300.
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300 pieces Assorted DIMITIES,
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HAWAIIANS THRILLING BATTLE
IN STORM SWEPT HILO WATERS
Hllo, Nov. 15. As thn dusk nnd Alt this time the crowd that had
darkness of a rnln night was settling l'rn gathering on the shore were look.
over the city last Friday evening a few '" l,,,rre 1'1 V""'1 tatttor out
, . ., , ... ..to sen lie oiul tho frail smack. A dark
watchers on the sea shore at tho mouth ,)f)t Mbo on , g1rfnce , thc
of thc Wnlluku rlor witnessed a llttlo muddy water. It was thc head of I'olo
drama of three men nnd a boat, which kna's father. The elder man had
though common to llawnllans neer plunged Into thc sea a few minutes
ceases to thrill thc haotc who Is a after the son. but striking nn adverse
stranger to the sen. Tho rain had current wns carried out to sen. The
teen pouring all day. Walluku rlcr Riant breakers would submerge him
was coming down to tho sea a perfect from view as thc followed each other
Hood. The school of fishing smacki nt Intervals of ten seconds. To th
under thc estuary banlc were rolling bojs In the boat thc natives on the
and tugging nt the chains that made shore were crlng "plllkla, way out,"
them fast. Thc one belonging to A. O. accompanying thc warning with wild
Scrrno snapped its moorings and was Reticulations.
cnrrlcd to sea bv tho swift current.) The crowd could see thc lino old
Johnnie Poloknn, thc champion swim-' swimmer duck beneath tho breakers,
mer wns standing near. Tho owner of coming to thc surface between them
mo Boat offered a reward for Its cop- for breath, like a cork. Thc bovs In
tiire. Johnnie with the end of n small the boat loosened It and pulled hnrd
rope In his hand plunged In nnd start-lout to sen. Tho old man was now seen
ed for thc boat which was bounclngto strike out coastwise, toward tho
about in thn mad waters where the ' foot of Wnlanucnuc street. A friendly
current from the river was struggling current swept him along much faster
w Ith the brenkers from tho sea. Ho thnn thc boat could go and after sev
swam to tho boat, which had lost IU oral minutes of suspense, the watchers
niflftt F tim Jin tnihnil I If a ihhiIaL.... !.. -.1 .1 u . a 1 11 .
"- "vi... it. u muiiv imn iiiu umi man runic uiinimnK in
It fast to his lino and then plunged .over tho rough rockn. Ho had rounded
That's the Stuff!
overboard to rescue the mast. Socur
Ing thc stick, ho found it Impossible to
reach tho boat again against thc cur
rent. Another joung native by this time
had gained the boat. He picked up a
coil of ropo and threw a looso end to
Polokaa, and quickly drew him In.
the reef In very nasty weather,
While drnwlng on a pair of trousers
that were held out to him he said,
"Twenty minutes more and I would
be 'make. (dead),"
Such escapades are ordinary pas
times for the sea loving Hawaiian.
THEIR 2Dth ANNIVERSARY! HILO McKINLEV FUND
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Wo havo now a largo stock of the
abovo on hand.
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
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and is a nonconductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Pure water flowing from the roof
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can bo applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and flro proof. For
flat or steep surfaces.
Wo solicit your enquiries and. will
promptly furnish any Information desired.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO., Ltd.
Hllo. Nov. IB. On Monday, Novem
ber 4th, Mr. and Mrs. James Cowss
celebrated the twentieth anniversary
ot their marriage by giving a luau to
which wcro Invited all thn elite ot
North and South Konn. Thc luau was
held in a covered lannl which was
beautifully decorated with green leaves
ferns, bunting, etc. About 100 sat
down to u sumptuous rcpart prepared
and dished In truo Hawaiian style, and,
while they ato, natives with kahllti
kept moving around giving tho appear
anco of one ot tho rent old luaus.
Many praises were accorded the host
and hostess for tho way everything
was cooked and served, and, to show
tbclr appreciation of tho good things
provided, tho guests regaled them
selves till nature asserted itself when
a stop bad to be made. After all had!
finished, Mr. Alex. Cockburn, in a
ha ppy speech, proposed the health of provided n handomo lithographed re
.Mr. anu .Mrs. uowan, wisuing mera aiecipi or ccruucaie to be Issued to
long and happy llfn together nnd end- each contributor, no matter bow small
Inn ...III. 1 1,.. l,., ll.nl thnu .w.l.1.1 Ilin'lllO Slim glVCn. TIllH. it Is CnlClll.'lt I'fl.
to eelcbrnto their golden wedding and, ?,"' b" " 7i,V,T.li.Br'r''llK.hn.,!.lu?.n
.,.,.ln .!,. .!, ,,..!. r.n l,l tl " K"1'8 ' lH llOPCd that IhO hall
Hllo, Nov, IB. A muss meeting will
be held tho latter pnrt of next week
at Spreckels' ball lor tho nurnoso of
discussing wn) and means to raise a
mho contribution to tho Hawaiian Mo
Kinky monument fund. Under thc
authority of tho Honolulu committee,
the following committed from Hllo has
been named: J. A. Scott, C. C. Ken
ocdy, Ilev. Mr. Desha. Mr. tjunl, I.
Peek. J. S. Canario, Jnsephlno Dcjo,
llruthcr llmry, Ah Hip and John T.
Drown. This committee held a
meeting Monday night In tho office of
tho Klrsl llnnk of Hllo. At this meet
ing It was due Ided to call a mass mcot
Ing or citizens as nboivptated. Thero
will lio a number of addresses by good
speakers and ever body is Invited to
1 he Foresters havo donated the uso
of tho hall. Tho effort to raise- funds
win bo made tho occasion to develop,
especially amonc tho vounir nennln. n
clearer tpo of patriotism, and It will
ttrcngthen Interest In American Ins.l-
tutions. Tho general committer, hns
trusting that the guests present would
bo Invited to another celebration then.
Natiro music was going on all this
time which added materially to a very
pleasant nfternoon. In tho evening
after singing "Auld Uing Syne" and
will bo crow ol. Tribune.
HOW Tim RAIN FULL.
The BEER of thc day.
Bottled at the Brewery.
Fred Miller Brewing Co.Wllwaukce.
Hoffschlaeger Co., Ltd.
King Street, near Bethel.
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HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Mcrcluint nml Nuunnu KtH.
P. O. Box 070.
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful garden scene containing coffee trees In full bearing, bananas
and pineapples, all InslJe. Eve-yhody invited. .
Hllo. Nov. 15.-ltnlnfnll at I'linn for
tho flvii ilnH emllntr Kiitul.tv. !S!m 111.
giving hearty cheers for Mr. and Mrs. 1 per i, amounted to 12 52 Inches.
Cowan the guests departed delighted At Koliala eight inches of rain fell
with their entertainment. Mr. Cownn during tho four dnyH ending Monday,
has been manager of the Kona Sugar 1 November 10.
Company plantation for more than1 Tho Central Tclephnnoofflco nt Kau
' I reported eloven Inches of rain during
" , r" ., , tho threo da a, Friday. Saturday and
Among those present were Mcsdnmes Hundny. November 8. 9 and 10.
Cowan, Cockburn. (Ireenwoll, Hinds, At fjonokaa tho Btorm brought 9 3
White, Aungst, Forest, Johnson, Lin- inches of rain and already tho cano
dcr, Maloney, Ilruner, Hodgson, Scott, fields, havo gono through a transforms,
Peyeon, Ilodney, Farrnnt, Muller, Mc- tln-
Wayne, Woods, Coerpcr, Kelannhl, Me- ' vwimKen mm near mo city the
Queen. Misses Cowan (5), Cockburn, .felto for th ",0rm
GRAND REMOVAL SALE
For one week only commencing Sat
urday, November 16, our entire stock
will be offered at reduced prices on
account of removing to Robinson Blk.,
Hotel street, on Saturday, November
23. Give us a call and convince your
self of our low prices.
IA Hotel Street, near Nuunnu.
Wallace, Clark, Hopper, Claypool (2),
Scott, I'edro, Low, McOuire, Marcos
Messrs, Cowan, Cockburn, Wallasc, Saturday,
urcenwell, Aungst, Under, Ilruner, Sunday.
Maynard. I). Maloney, U C. Whlto, Monday,
Clark, J'orrest, Nellson, I'crry, l&
Clair, Tarpley, Clbbs, Vestal, Tarrant,
Tuesday, Nov. 12
Nov, 10 14.B3
Edward.. Muller Woods. Va-concollos. f V9 sVinVhes. ' Vile hardest rh. was
Shlbayama. McOuire. J. K. White. urtwem tho houra of 7 and It a. m.
Grclg, Ma dwell, Nannie, Hall, Saturday, when six Inches of water
Korltzkc Tribune. full.
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LOST HUNTER SAVED BV MULE'S SAGACITY
Hllo, Nov. 1C. The anniversary din
ner given by thc IlrltlsTi residents of
Hllo at the Hllo hotel last Saturday
night In honor of the birthday of King
Kclward VII., was a perfect success in
The guests arrived at S o'clock. Tho
storm was so severe that many from
the country who I1.11I promised to bo
present were unable to como. Tho
number was therefore limited but even
this fact detracted nothing from tho
spirit and eclnt of tho festivities.
1 hoso present were Dr. C. I,. Stone,
Dr. A. Irwin, J. H. Metcalfe, James
Scott, P. Stanley, It. I,. Ogllvle. Mr.
Cook, J. S. Cnllnnbce, J. I). Kennedy,
It. L. Auerbach. 0. S. McKcnzle. J.
Phillips, W. McKay, C. A. Caul, A. Vo
sth, A. Llndsnv. H. Vlcnrs, A. M. Wil
son, II. Forbes nnd representatives ot
The willingness of thc crowd to do
scend upon tho dining room was com
munlcated to manager II. I.. Scott, who
at onco led tho wny. A long tnhlo
with specially arranged electric lights
extended from sldo to Bldo ot the
room. Ihe multi-colored globes gave
forth a rndlanco of rainbow hues,
which were reflected from dainty glass
nnd tnlilcwnrc. The end of tho room
near tho table wns decorated with
palms, ferns and potted plants. In tho
renter of tho wall hung a splendid
painting of tho llrltlsh lion draped in
Ilrltlsh nnd American lings.
In tbo courso of tho dinner Dr. C. I,.
Stowo who presided proposed tho
health ot tho President of tho United
Stntcs, all responded and tho bumpers
were tilled ngalu for a toast to tho
King ot Kngland. Dr. Stowo mado a
brief speech In which he pointed out
tho many kingly qualities ot Edward
VII. Ho referred to tho sturdy trait
In tho mako up of all Britishers which
Is exhibited on occasions llko tho
present, by Englishmen bejond the
seas. Dr. Stowo was followed by Mr.
Irwin, V. I.. Stnnley, James Scott of
Olau and W. C. Cook of Pnpnlkou. Tho
glasses clinked often and merrily as
tho health of King Edward was pro
posed over and over' again.
It was nearly midnight when the
banqueters called for Mr. Scott, tho
architect and author ot tho splendid
feast they had Just as splendidly exter
minated. Scott responded in n grace
ful speech. Someone proposed a toast
to tho genial landlord as ho took his
seat nnd. tho heartiness of tho rcsponsn
should hav'o been gratifying to tho
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Hllo, Nov. 10. Walter II. Sthocn
liiK, one ot tho popular dentlHts or Hllo,
nv.es his life to the sturdy muscla and
tho homliiK instinct of ono of John
Uaker's niiilcj. With Dr. J. J. (Irate,
Schoeulng bad been shooting quail and
plover up on thc slopes of Maun a Kca
for n week. He v.ns ready to como
homo last I'rlday morning and rcgurd
li'ss of tho lowoilne Bides and fog drap
ed mountain side ho saddled up and
started homo early. Tor tho first four
hours ho inudo good tlmo down tho old
llougauUlc triad, encountering no un
usual experiences. IIo saw trouble,
liowmcr, when tho torrents of rain on
tho mountain side swelled tho narrow
trull with surging waters, which soon
arose mlilsldcs to tho mulo. Tho hang
ing tropical lues uud leaning brunches
dragged at him and us ho bcumo im
mersed In n he.uy fog bank, gnat
horizontal arms seemed to shoot out
from tho dense growth on either sldo
twlth tbo Intent to detain him In tho
rinding that care wns futllo, ho
ducked his head, sent tho spurs homo
and camo down tho gully ut a break
neck. Worso luck wjs ahead. A low
hanging branch caught him auoaa tlio
brow. Ho was unseated by tbo Impact
and scut sprawling Into thu water be
hind tho mule, Iu a miraculous way
he regained his mount and picked his
way more carefully through tho
Jungle. Suddenly lie camo upon n lava
flow whero tho descending water
spread In all directions leaving no
traco of trail or path. Trying1 to guide
Mr. Mulo tho Doctor boon found him
self lost on n bleak stretch of lava
common, covtred with a sheet of wu
ler. I'or four hours ho sought to find
tho trail without success and had
Ogurcd it out that tho searching party
would scurecly bo abla' to find him
when his absence should bo discovered.
Ho looked fruitlessly about for a com
fortnblo spot in which to lay down and
In despeiatlon ha gave tho patient
mule a fice rein nnd eonxed him with
a gentlo dig of tbo spur. Shaking his
stubborn hind tho mulo rcconnoltcrcd
iibout thu lava wnttto a few minutes,
llko u carrier pigeon when aloft In the
nir It sets about to And Itself before
darting nvs.iy on Its homeward night.
De'clslon finally entered tho head of
tho mulo and ho made n bco lino which
took him to tho trail and finally to
bin Iter and feed In llllo.
Dr. Hihnenlng reports shooting ex
ceptionally line, I In says tho snow
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Hint niTtl IUIIIU tlllWll 11, U1U 1U.VVU ICVC
lino and barring his adventure coming
home, his week's outing was a pleasure
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11 W ?'3i An ideal appetizer.
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