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TUB WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO. HAWAII, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER n, 1903.
J. O, Serrao returned Wednesday fmui
Mr. Hnrry Ktictl is Die new mixologist
at the Union.
J. At Scott returned Wednesday by the
Klnau from Itotiotnlii
R. I. I.illie is booked for trip to ttic
Coist by the Enterprise.
Ct N. 1'ionty Ir. was 11 hotiii' Kissenger
front Honolulu Wednesday.
For Sale One horc, price 75; also 20
chickens, apply to Dr. Hayes, Olaa.
Hon. F. V. Heckle) nml wife came to
Hllo by the Kinatt this week.
Rooms for rent Hot and cold water
batlis. Apply to C. II. W. Hitchcock.
Rooms and bontil lor two couples nt
A. Kichley'.s, All tnoileru convenience.
W. T. McMnitus lias moved his horst
training headquarters t the Volcano
The Sctilembcr patterns and Delineator
have arrived. Look them over tit Moses
The Hums Club will give ti grand bill
at Spreckcls' ball, Sifirday e tiling,
A. C. Ridgwny of Honolulu came over
by the Kiu.iu this vwck to visit bis
mother and f.imily.
The Walakea Republican Precinct
Club will meet Saturday c eiiin at the
Christian Science Hall.
Fred llraytnan nud family returned the
first of the week from Mountain View,
where they spent 11 week.
1'resb plums, peaches, pears, cauli
flower und other cold storage dclicaccs
go to California Fruit Market.
Work lias been commenced on the
abutments for the new Bridge street
bridge ocr the Wailuku river.
Summer house for rent, formerly occu
pied by Mr. Vanualta nt 3 miles, Kau
niaua road, partly furnished. A. OAK.
Labor Dy was observed in the Hilo
schools as u holiday. The school year
opened Tuesday with 11 good attendance.
Denton & Ariole began laying the
water pipe Tuesday for the extension of
the water works system to Villa Franca.
Mrs. I,. C. Lyman und daughter, mm
Miss Esther R. Lyman came home from
an extended visit in the Fast by the En
terprise. Dr. C. L. Stow and Don now man re
turned jesterday from their tour of in
spection of schools, They went as far as
Captain S. Johnson, Lieut. V. W.
Carlyle and forty members of Company
F of Honolulu were arrivals by the Kiuau
Labor day was generally observed in
Hilo. The stores were closed ill the
afternoon and nearly everybody went to
the baseball game.
J. G. Serrao lias secured a wholesale
liquor license and is ready to fill orders
at bis wholesale rooms in the new Serrao
block ou Suipuiau street.
Several soldiers front the Honolulu
Salvation Army corps are in the city to
attend the McLeod-Hutcbinsou wedding
Saturday night 11 1 Serrao hall.
Major Harris and Mrs. Harris of Hono
lulu arrived by the Ktuau Wednesday to
attend the McLcod-Hutchiusou nuptials
tomorrow night at Serrao hall.
Notice has been given property ow tiers
on Front street of the intention of the
Department of Public Works to wnlui
that street. Owners are asked to file
claims with Judge Hapai ou or before
The Enterprise filled to bring tl e
stock of bass with which Mr. W. S. Wise
intended to stock new fish ponds he has
recently acquired at Watakea. The fish
were ready to come but owing to strike
complications among fishermen at Sail
Francisco they were not loaded. Thev
will come ulong however in the course of
A letter from a friend 111 Sliiughai,
China, states that Volcano Marshall has
been dropped from the position of man
aging editor of the Times of that city.
The directors were not satisfied with the
brilliance aud vigor ot Marshall and re
placed him by a Ilritisher. "Dad"
Campbell once of this cttv is 011 the
THE TWO GREAT
Are at your service
Our Six Years Old
Is a good tonic and food for everybody
Sold at a bargain
PIONEER WINE AND
TEL. 33 CHURCH STREET
IIOMi: HUM'. MIMINATIO.YS.
Hon. I' Vt. llct'M) Is (Minimum
The Home Rule party held its County
Convention vcslerdai at the Hawaiian
church in Puueo. There were over fifty
delegates and nit preciuctH were repre
sented. Hon F. W Ileckley was made
chairman of the convention mid called it
to wotk in 11 cliatacteristic speech.
Joseph Oliver vvns chosen as secretary.
The 11 t business of the convention
was the nomination of candidates for
Supervisors. The following five names
were the choice of the convention. E. It.
Lyman, J. Palau, C. R. Illacnw, R. 11.
Makekati, T. K. Lalakea.
For Sheriff: Win. Keolauui won out
against Jleiij H. Drown, with n vote of aS
to 24. The rest of the ticket Jwas as fol
lows' For Treasurer, Unfits A. Lyman Sr.
For Auditor, N. C. Willfong.
For Clerk, N. K. Lyman.
For Assessor, Edward Edmonds.
For Count) Attorney, J. U. Smith.
For Sitrvcvor, Thos. Cook.
nvatiame tor me wireless comp.iuv.
t'ompimj T An Ives. ! After Cooper's approval the lolls on wire-
Cotup.tny F. N. G. II., bended by Cap-' less messages will be reduced to ten cents
tain Joliti'on arrived in Hilo by the Ki-1 a word.
mil Wednc-day for a ten days encatn- The Hilo office of the wireless will re
mctit. They were met nt the wharf bv I main at the office of the Hilo Telephone
Capt. Fetter and other officers and liicin- I Company,
ber.s of Company I) and escorted to the 1 "T
barracks at the corner of Volcano and
Pouobawai streets. The visiting soldiers
will be quartered here while in the city.
The first appearance of the soldiers tit
parade will be tonight between 6:30 nud
7 o'clock. With Company D, the Hilo
band nud n plntoou or police, they will
march through the streets, ending with
a short drill nt the Post office square.
Sunday, Comp my F will give 1111 ex-
hibition drill at Hoolulu park nt 2 p. m.
Trains will run from the city to the park
during the afternoon. There will also
be base ball and band music at the park,
An admission fee will be charged at the
gate, the proceeds to go to the visiting
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Coptaitt Johnson nud his men expect
to visit the volcano while here.
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We are fortunate to have a visit from
this world famed artist, who has been np-
pairing with such extraordinary success
in Honolulu. He is returning to play
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there again after bis performances here
this Saturday and Tuesday in Spreckels
Hall. The Advertiser says- "Never has
such laughter been heard within the
walls of the theatre. The crowded bouse I
fuirlv reeked with laughter for two aud
one-half hours Freear is certainly the
best entertainer we have ever had, and
nil who were present last night will be
present again tomorrow night for bis
change of ptogratn." Freear is reported
to be the greatest traveler in the world,
and has appeared before n greater nuin-
ber of royalties than any other artist.
His credentials on view at the plan office
are well worth perusing. All should cer-1
tainly be present to see the best show
that will ever reach Hilo. See advertise
ment. Plan and tickets at the Owl
Drugstore. All Hilo will be there on
The members of the Road Hoard and
the property owners on bridge street nre
disappointed with the plans for the new
bridge over the Wailuku on that thor
oughfare. The plans call for n bridge
only three feet higher than the level of 1
the old bridge. This leaves the steep
grade on the Pituco side of the river prac
tically unaltered. There will be an effort
made to have the plans modified by the '
Department of Public Works.
There will be 110 services nt Waiakea
Mission Sunday evening, the children
having been invited to attend the union
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services at Haili Church. A special tram
will run from Waiakea at 7 o'clock p. in.
if fifty or more round trip tickets are
The sale of tickets for the charity ball
indicates that there will be a large com
pany at Sprcckils' hall this evening. A
new orchestra has been provided consist
illL' often musicians from the Hilo Intnl.
The ladies in charge are to be congratu-
Iatedfortheirwork. , ,
August G. Serrao died at his home in
Hilo yesterday after .1 long illness.
Tile funeral will be held at 4 o'clock to-
day from the Portuguese Christian
Church The deceased had been n well
known business man 111 Hilo for the nasi
ti. j tn i t .atiitr cu mi' lauiuus iiuiu 1
THE OLD RELIABLE
THERE 15 NO SUBSTITUTE
Wireless Telegraph Hits IN (Inn
Line (n ,Mn link on 11.
Manager Cross of the Wireless Tele
graph is in the city to look after the in
stallation of the through telegraph line
from Hilo to Mabiikoua. The line is now
being run and will be completed in a
few tlavs and as soon after as ossible, a
telegraph operator will be put in charge
of the Hilo end of the line.
The Island system has been greatly
.simplified. As now arranged there is but
1 one relay station, Lalmina, between Oaliu
and Mabukotia nttd within two months,
Mr. Cross says they will scud messages
direct from Oattu to Mnhukoua. Mr.
Cross lias made n number of improve
ments on the original Marconi system
which accounts for the steady improve
ments in the service. He has his im
provements protected by applications for
This week, Superintendent Cooper
made an official test of the lines and upon
his acceptance of the seryice as satis-
I factory the government subsidy will be
The last union meeting was under the
auspices of the Portuguese church and
was welt attended. The scriptures were
read in the English, Hawaiian, Japanese
and Portugtuse languages. Special
, music was well rendered by the Portu-
guese choir, mid the Haili choir assisted
in the hymns. Miss Shaw of Honolulu,
accompanied by Miss Sarah Lyman,
charmingly rendered two solos. Little
Mtss Canario recited a very nppropriate
selection. Short addresses on temperance
were made by Rev. F. L Nash in English,
Rev. Mr. Kekuewa in Hawaiian and Rev.
Mr. Silva in Portuguese.
The next meeting will be next Sabbath
evening, Sept. 13, and will be under the
, awpc?s oftle pjrst porciK church.
While there may not be such a diver-
sity of tongues, the exercises will be inter-
estittg. Special music will be rendered,
nuiong other things selections by the S.
S. Quartette of Waiakca.
Mrs. lllack will recite and Mrs. F. L.
N'"s will speak on "The Woman Willi
tMEMI'am'! , ,-,,,-.,
The public is cordially invited,
Editor Tkimjnr Dear Sir: For infor
mation of banana growers I submit re
turns of July shipments (middle of Cali
fornia fruit season):
ia bunches, gross proceeds $14 00
Freight tolls $ 5 43
Commission 1 40 f 7
Net , 687
Per bunch 57'
17 bunches, gross proceeds fig 90
Freight tolls $ 7 69
Nct $ 9 79
Per bunch 57
50 bunches, gross proceeds f66 25
Freight toll f 22 63
Cartage 1 25
Commission 6 63 f3o 51
Net fis 74
Per bunch 71 jj
R. I. LILLIE.
J- A. Scott, C. N. Prouty Jr., J. G.
?,errn0.' :'"?. U. Kasniusseii,
,,.,(, nll(l 40,llen, A. c. Ui.igway.' Mrs. F.
Davidson, Mrs. Olseu nnd child, Miss
Mary Aiona, Mrs. Motor Harris, Hon. P.
w- Hecklcy and wife, Major Harris,
, &JUj,al,,VaJ.cI'?.rh C" M' 'V,?'1', Ko,bL'r,t
1 King, F. It. Fujiyama, h. Wtela, I. 1
t.,.VSi y. C. Hadley, F J Clark
I brother Matthias, brother Vincent, A
w- Keech, W. Frear, D. Jamieson, Max
Lorenz, R. O. Hogg, M. Hill and wife,
j Miss E. Pearson, Miss C. A. Coy, Miss E.
J. Couradt, W. Schroeder.
Kuterprlsu An Ires.
The Enterprise arrived Monday
noon nine days front Snt Francisco with
"e following nasse.igers.Mrs. J
cine and daugiiter. Mrs. Alice Mclv
1 and dam-liter. Mrs. L. Lvmaii ami
daughter, Mrs. Tracy, Max Tracy, Miss
McCord, Dollie Sumner, Miss Stornter,
Miss Esther Lyman, Miss Josephine Deyo,
Miss Dillon, Miss M J. Potter
Philip Peck. Miss Willcock. Mrs. II
W. LudlofTand child, 11. C Colburn, W
C Westerwelt, F. J Cross. F. J Chap
Ulan, wife and child. W. Hill and wife
Mrs. T. 15. Melliu and two children. Mrb
S. W. Olsen und child, Mrs. II Herbert
mid two children. Hon. F. W llecklev
and wife, Miss Mary Nailim.i, D W
Anderson, Mrs. J. Lucas.
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Hours: 9:00 to 10:00 a. 111. 4-00 to 5:00
p. 111. 7.00 to 8 00 p. tu.
Sunday: 10:00 a. tu. to woo noon.
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
. aim a. fli. mere will lie a
ecial meeting of the above
lodge Wednesday evenlue. Sent.
16. 1903, at 7:30 p 111. Work in third
degree. Sojourning and visiting brethren
nre cordially invited.
by order of the W.M.
THOS. C. RIDGWAV,
TO CAN I'lM.AIM'lii:.
.Meeting or (Jnmcis Held to ('on- l
A number of IIHo's leading iitricul. I
turists are ititeiestiug themselves in the
formation of 11 company to establish h
pineapple entitling factory to provide 11
market for pineapples Attend) planted
aim 10 encourage 1111 increase in the ni'te
age of one of the most profitible Hawaiian
A preliminary tuietiiig to canvass the
situation was held at the office of Chas.
Furueaiix Inst Wednesday afternoon.
Those in nttendauce were F. S. L)tnan,
Chns. Funiculi, E. E. Kelsey, L. 1).
brown C. L. Clement, A. C. McKentiey,
R. A. Lyman, Geo Paty, U. I Lltlie and
a representative of the Tkiiiunk.
Mr. Furueaiix was made chairman of
the meeting nnd C.J,. Clement, secretary
The objict was staled to be to nscert.ntl
the available pineapple crop for the )eirs
1904 nnd 1905 and to find out the amount
of capital iit.ccss.iry to equip a canning
factory with facilities that would give a
certain market for all the pineapples that
may be raided in the environs of Hilo
These matters were discussed inform
ally nnd committees appointed to secure
the desired inform ition.
C, L. Clement and R. I. Lillle wete
appointed n committee to secure detailed
information concerning tlte cost of estab
lishing and operating a cannery. E. E.
Kelsey, Geo Paty and F. S. Lyman were
appointed to couvass the community and
find out how mitiy pineapples will be
produced in 1904 nud mo;. From in
quiry it was found that those present rep
resented a croj) for 1905 of nt least 25,000
pines, without.setting out more shoots
It is estimated that io.ooo pineapples
went to waste this year in the Hilo Dis
trict on account of 110 m irket. The meet
iug adjourned to mitt nt the cnlt of the
('nlliolii' Services. .
CATHOLIC C1IUKCII, HKIlKiK STKKKT. 1
Sundays Holy Mass nt 7, gaud 10:30!
a. m. 1
At 7 n. tn. Portuguese sermon. I
At 9 n. tu. English sermon.
At 10:30 11. 111. Hawaiian sermon. 1
At 7 p. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon '
Week Days Holy Mass every day at
6 a. 111. I
Every Sunday afternoon English in-1
struclion for boys and gitls at brother's
and Sister's schools respectively, from 2
to 3 p. in. ' 1
Day or night the Catholic clergy will 1
attend to tbewantsofthe faithful.
Saturday, Sept. 12
Tuesday, Sept. 10
TWO NIGHTS ONLY
WORLD FAMOUS PROTEAN
Now 111 eleventh ear mid third tout
'round the world Has performed be
fore 11 greater number of Kings,
Princes, Rajahs, Pashas qud Governors
than an) other entertainment in ixis
tence. Proof of this, together with
the Sultan's medal, may be seen at the
Owl Drug Co's. where seats can be
booked Roars of laughter guaran
teed for two ami one-half hours. Sub
lime and wholesome
Persoiudl) complimented b) Governor
Dole, Prince and Princess Kawamiua
koa. Enormous success in Honolulu.
People turned aw a)
Mr. l'l'i'iir Heliums Agniii to (ilve
Two .More I'luToriiiiiures.
Entire change of program each night.
AT THE HABERDASHERY
Received and opened this week a general assortment of
Kurnisliiiigssind Clothing. All these goods bear the trade
mark of reliable manufacturers. There arc SHIRTS.
PAJAHAS, NIGHT SHIRTS, FANCY SOCKS and a
line of Kour-in-Hand Ties that is just right in colors, just
right in designs. Men's Light-Weight Blue Serge Suits
will sell for $15 each. Blue Serge Trousers will sell for
$4 per pair. Come here" for your Furnishings and Clothing
Property to Lease for a Term of Years
At Mountain View, elevation 1500 feet, fronting Volcano Road, close
to the railroad station. Area too acres, ol which
Twenty acres is first rattoon cane field properly cleared nnd plowed.
Ten ncres Hawaiian oranges 4 years old.
Nine acres Puna littles 3 to 4 years old.
Five acres imported grafted citrus fruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons)
Two actes grafted fruit nud oranges in bearing.
Two acres limes and mandarines nearly bearing.
Fifteen acres 5 year old coflTee Hawaiian.
Three acres Chinese bananas partly m bearing plowed land.
One acre pine npples in bearing.
One-fourth acre furniture bamboo imported varieties.
One-fourth acre vegetable garden plowed laud.
One acre of ilower garden.
Four acres of fenced pasture.
Five acres ol cleared land ready to be planted.
The rest of land is forest.
One 9-rootn dwelling house with broad, glazed verandah.
One 2-rooiu separate cottage and verandah.
One sixty foot building, comprising drving house nnd rooms for
Two large water tanks, stables and cattle barns, several sheds, lart-c
No rocks except one corner or ten acres. The rest of soil four to six
Healthy locality. Marine and mountain view. Hilo town and port
within one hour by railroad, running three times a day. Freight charges
f2.25 n ton. Telephone on the premises. Postofllce, railroad station and
stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the
besides this and together with it, or separate. 250 ncres of partly itn
proved laud tit 22.ttnles trail, to-wtt: Ohm lots Not,. 306. 307, 321, 322 will
The lessee may acquire such personal property on the premises as he
desires to retain at reasonable prices-horses, cattle, furniture, fowls, etc.
For further information address
At Mountain View directly opposite
Hilo Railway Depot, large nice lot with
three dwelling houses Title perfect.
43-4 WISE & ROSS.
For Sale. j
Lot ou Waiaiiuenue street, 300 feet'
niaiika of Court House. Enquire ofW. '
Rockey or J. U. Smith. tf
llv every boat we receive ni.u- nniii.rm.
prettier than ever this year. Delineator
Jl.oo per year; subscriptions received.'
MOSES fc RAYMOND, Tel. 178. I
m. f. Mcdonald, - hilo
Gladiator $3.50 Shoe
Men's patent coltskin Oxford, mon-
Key skiii nnu mncy pattern qttar- H
lers. A very "nobbv" nptodatc
shoe with lots of style.
ECONOMIC SHOE CO., Ltd.
SEPTEMBER 11 1
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
HILO HOSPITAL I
TICKETS, $1.50 EACH 1
For Sale by the Ladies of the Cominiltees
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
wins jiericcwy ground. satisfac