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THE WKRKLY HII.0 TRIBUNE, HItO, HAWAI.f, FRIDAY, WOVKMHKR 13, 1003,
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Ucml McDonald's nil today.
I.owncy's I.owuey'sat the I'ultn.
Kuuior.H of weddings nrc numerous nnd
will not down.
1904 DiariesWall Nichols Co. 52-4
Geo. C. Stralenieycr returned from
McDonald advertises practical rain
coal this week.
I.owncy's chocolates, 75 cents a pound.
P. Peek returned Wednesday front a
business trip to Honolulu.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Uussel'.i,
Mountain View. Sl-tf
The Klnau brought a number of pas
sengers this trip for the Volcano.
Stop nt the Palm for I.owney's candies,
75 cents per pound.
L. Severance has resigned as collector
of rents for the Waiakea Mill Co.
Nice furnished rooms, reasonable
terms. Apply this office.
The Planters' Association will meet
Monday, November 33, nt Honolulu.
If you want to drink pure soda water
ring 117. Prompt delivery.
A bene of candy for your best girl.
Lowney's 75c. per pound nt the l'alm.
A. II. Jackson left yesterday on n busi
ness tiip through Haumkua and Komi.
The Palm restaurant sells I.owncy's
candies at 75c. per pound; 40c. per lb.
Mrs. K. G. Hitchcock mid Mrs. I'. C.
Snow go to Honolulu by today's Kinau
The best is I.cwney's At the Palm.
Honolulu Primo beer fresh from the
keg at Demosthenes, two drinks for a
Look out for the Fancy Sale given by
the Ladies' Guild and St. James' Mission
Edward Madden of Kukuiau was made
acquainted with the mysteries of Elkdom
Keen vour clothes in shape. Set of
sir wire haugers with rod for 90c. Moses
Mrs. Menefoglio of Honokaa is the
guest oi her sister Mrs. C. P. Denton at
During my absence Doctor John J.
Grace will take charge of uiy patients.
Dr. Nicholas Russia. 51-4
An Island tenuis tournament is slated
for Hilo in the near future. It will be
made n gala lime.
A. C. McKenney and W. S. McLean
started yesterday on a business nip
The union services at the Haili Church
last Sunday evening were interesting ami
attracted 11 large audience.
Mrs. II. E. Kclsey will ha-e charge of
the toy department nt Wall Nichols Co.
during the holiday season.
A. L. Hall, pastor of the Episcopal
church at Panuilo visited in the city this
week with Rev. Sidney Morgan.
The members of the Legislature from
this Island go to Honolulu tcday to give
testimony in the Federal Court.
Mrs. Ellen Stone with her daughter
Miss Clarn Stone arrived by the Roderick
Dim anil will visit indefinitely with her
son W.J. Stone.
The first instalment of Christmas an
nouncements appear in the Tkiiiuni'. to
day. Look them over carefully nnd buy
your presents nt heme.
Mr. Silva, the veteran photographer
leturued to the Islands by the Roderick
Dim and is again doing business at his
Waianueuuc street studio.
Mrs. A. Richley is showing some,
beautiful embroidered articles nt Moses
& Raymonds, nlso some exquisite Ince;
suitable for Christmas presents.
Demosthenes Cafe is syuonomous with
comfort and satisfaction. Call for lunch
or dinner any time, but when looking for
an extra good Sunday dinner do not fail
to go to Demosthenes.
Albert Homer of Kukaiau was in the
city Monday nnd Tuesday on business.
Monday night he was an interested wit
ness of the ceremonies inducting Edward
Madden into the order of Elks.
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies.
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is by taste nnd you will be con
vinced that it has no rival.
TIIK WITUIIKS (llllt.MAN.
Cotillion Chili riuiiK i:inlioriit
Tliiiuksglvlnir Unnre. 1
The plans arc complete for the germau
Wednesday evening November 35, to be
given by the Hilo Cotillion Club. It will
be n Witches' German nnd will sutjKiss
in interest anything yet given in Hilo.
The wield details must be kept secret
until alter the event.
At n meeting of the club last Monday
evening, Unity-five new members were
admitted to tile club which is n guarantee
that the Cotillion parties this winter will
Committees to arrange for the Witches'
German were appointed as follows:
Decorations Mts. Hayes, Emily Peck,
Lilinoi Hnpai, Mrs. Shaw, I.E. Ray. Ted
Guard, C. E. Mel I or.
Favors Mrs. Rice, Mrs. McKenney,
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Lochcustcin, Mrs. Ilattels,
Mies Crow nnd Miss Ruth Richardson.
Refreshments Mrs. E. N. Holmes,
Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Mr. Nichols.
The ladies to have charge of the favor
tables are Mrs. J. A. Scott, Mrs. Mc
Kenney, Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Gumey.
The patronesses will be Mrs. C. C.
Kennedy Mrs. Furneaux, Mrs. Peck and
The leaders of the germau will be Mr.
C. N. Prouty and .Mrs. Rice.
Wedding ut Central Union Church,
Honolulu, October ill.
Saturday evening, October 31, at the
Central Union Church, at Honolulu, Mr.
C. P. llentou of this city and Miss Roiuca
Ariolcof Honolulu were married, Rev.
Win. M. Kiucaid officiating. The cere
niony was perfoimed in the presence of
n few friends and the members of the
bride's family. Mr. Arthur lterg was
best 111. in, and Miss Mary Ariole, sister of
the bride, was bridesmaid. Among the
guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Damon.
Mt. and Mrs. llentou 111 rived in Hilo
this week and are living temporarily ut
the Peacock. In a few days they will
move into their new home on Church
The sale of fuuey work to be held by
the St. James' Guild will take place in
the Hilo Hotel parlor the 20th and 21st
of this month. The Hilo baud will be
present on the evening of the 20th.
Geo. II. Williams states that the Tax
Office will be open for business extra
hours for some time, for the benefit of
taxpayers. The office will be open from
8 to 5 and from 6 to 7 in the evening.
J. D. Kennedy's store on Front street
is headquarters the year round for elegant
things in gold, silver or cut glass. This
year his stock of jewelry, silver ware
watches nnd cut glass will be superior to
II. L. Ross will speak Sunday evening
at the Waiakea Mission. Rev. S. L.
Desha will interpret his remarks. A
quartet will furnish good music. Miss
Wight, in charge of the mission, extends
an invitation to all to be present.
A social will be given in the parlors of
the Fiist Foreign Church Friday evening,
November 20, in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
F. L. Nash. Those who will take part in
the program are Miss Potter, Mrs. Ross,
Mrs. Black, Mrs. Lewis, Mrs. llartels,
Mr. Howlaud and Mr. Prouty.
A La mi: Siioui.DKK is usually caused
by rheumatism of the muscles, and may
be cured by the use of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. This liniment is uuequalcd
as a soothing lotion. One application
gives relief. Try it. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
E. W. llaruard's store at Laupahoehoe
was entered by burglars last Monday
night, who succeeded in getting away
with a lot of watches and jewelry, valued
at about 100. The thief entered by a
rear window which had been left open.
Two arrests have been made on suspicion.
The jury commissioners, Messrs. Cook
and Lee, will select the list of persons to
serve as jurors during the year 1904; and
under the law Judge Little will also ap
point before December 1st of this year
the jury commissioners for the year 190.1
and it will be the duty of these commis
sioners to select the jury for 1905. Such
selection must be made before December
15U1 of 1904 under section 7 of the Jury
Act of 1903
THE OLD RELIABLE
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
X HAD STOIIV.
Fnlo of While .Mule Unci- United by
The saddest story ever told, sadder than
ever ptonouueed by the sad voice of
Kentucky Jones before he left the Para
dise of the Pacific for the Paradise 01'
Moonshine whiskey, is the sad sad story
of the sad ending of the sad career of one
white mule he sold to a Punalte the
saddest bargain ever made by thePunaitc
nnd maybe, yet, not n humorous transac
tion for Kentucky Jones.
The mule was reckoned to be as good
a mule us Kentucky Jones had ever laid
his eyes on; wos thought to be one that
would just suit the Puuaite. The show
ing made was itresistible nnd money was
passed over and the mule was somehow
transferred to Puna.
One day in answer to n hurry up call
the mule was saddled and started across
the lava district on u mission of mercy.
All went well for n tulle. An iden struck
the mule. He paused then stopped. He
was thinking. He was ruminating. His
astral body was projected across seas and
he was communing with his former owner
in the Illue grass region of Kentucky.
Jones was stroking his cars and telling
the race track story nuil other legends of
Hawaii. The white mule was rapt; the
bliss of the communion caused him to
forget his obligation to his master.
The rider was alarmed at the symptoms,
chief of which was a disposition not to
move. To nil appearances the mule had
balked. Spur, cudgel, sweet persuasion
and every art available failed to make
Jones' while mule of any use us a means
of transportation. He would commune
to beat the baud. He moved nlong the
high way, according to n stop-watch re
cord one rod per hour.
At night fall, the situation was serious.
The mule was still in n trance. The
doughty rider dismounted and took n sent
by the road side and gazed long and fer
vently into the face of the oblivious mule.
"Who can tell what this mule thinks."
Then addressing the mule, he said; "If
I sell yon, I will be branded through life
as a deliberate swindler; if I give you
nwuy, I impose on the receiver of the gift
nnd subject you, perhaps to a life of abuse
ami misery; if I turn you lose in Putin
you will starve to death or break your
legs in lava cracks; if I kill you, you will
be happy; and I trust your indomitable
spirit, upon its release, may go to Ken
tucky and haunt the sleep of my old
A pistol shot rang out and in a lone
some road in Puna, by the side of a dead
white mule stood a lonesome man, n long
way from home. The shades of night
were falling fast when foot sore but serene
.he came to his home and sent n Japanese
far into the country to bring home the
saddle, bridle and halter.
Irviiii Not Opposed.
P. Peck's trip to Honolulu was not es
pecially on nccouut of railroad business,
but incidentally he did n thing or two to
further the project. Mr. Peck had n
talk with William G. Irwin, nnd that gen
tleman put at rest nil doubts ns to his
feeling toward the Kohala-IIilo railroad.
He stated positively to Mr. Peck that he
is not opposed to the railroad, and said
to go ahead with locating the lines and
find out where they wilt run on Waiuaku.
Asked as to the general prospects of the
road, Mr. Peck said: "I have quit talk
ing. The next thing the public wants
is work on the road and that is what I
expect to give."
Kinau Passenger List.
Geo. C. Stratcineyer, W. G. Dennett,
P. Peck, K. Taketa, Thomas Low, Miss
A. Kinney, Chas. Wilson and wife, J. II.
Matthewman and wife, A. II. Irwin, Mrs.
De Mello, Miss Hollinger. Miss Miuuie
Reis, R. RockwiU, Col. Alex. McKenzie,
Mnjor Wm. E. Uirkhcimer and wife,
Major Win. II. Davis. Major Henry Noon,
Capt.Geo. McK. Williamson, Capt. Geo.
nr It..-. I r.lrt.. r-T 1 ...;r. .
V. Head, Gordon McLean nnd wife, R.
N. Toplium and wife, Wm. Taylor, John
Hill W. II. Wilbers, Mrs. T. Hollinger.
The Aloha, Captain I'ry, which sus
tained damugeotthc new wharf last week
during the heavy swells, has been sur
veyed. The board of survey was com
posed of Harbor Muster Eitzgcrald. Alex
J Johnson and Captain Eugalls of the
Roderick Dhu. It was the judgement of
these men that the Aloha was not render
ed uuseaworthy but will be capable of
'making her home port without risk.
Seven planks in her side will have to be
I replaced with new ones.
' Army Ulllrors Call.
A party of United States Army officers
I headed by Col. A McKenzie, Assistant
, Chief Engineer for the war department
came up by the Kinau this week from
'Honolulu to visit the volcano. The
party Includes Mojor Wm. E. llirkeimer
nnd wife, Mnjor W. II. Davis, Major
Henry Moon, Captain W. Read. These
officers me visiting the Islands to iuvesti-
gate and report upon fortifications.
The sale of fancy work by the ladies of
the St. James Guild at the Hotel parlors
i Eruluy and Saturday. November 30 and
' 31, will be a pleasant affair to nil who nt
I tend. A fenture of entertainment will be
I a doll show under the management of
I Mrs. Hayes. Oueofthcdruuiutiecliuiuxes
J of tills show is the Mother Goose bridal
i Cupid, Cliunir ami Aonit Lunch ut
I Old Confucius.
Cluing Pun, n;;c 21, has occidentnlizcd
himself. . He has married Anna Alumii,
nge tfj. The marriage was solemnized by
un American magistrate, not by 11 man
darin nnd according to the custom of
Confucius. The bride was not purchased
or obtained nficr tedious and ceremonious
negotiation between parents. She was
taken as any Anglo Saxon Lochinvar
would take his sweetheart, in spite of the
moth ridden canons of custom nnd mer
cenary mniiius but in this case it hap
pened to be papa Mr. C. Alama, oriental
merchant 011 Front street.
"Chang" is chief steward for the 11. P.
O. E. Club and is a favorite with nil the
members. He is n gentle 1ml of quiet
mien, but in love, superb. He loved
Aoua Alama, the fairest blossom in the
Chinese garden ot Hilo. Aoua recipro
cated. Chang mentioned the matter to
Alama, perc. The old gentleman said he
would like Chang for son-in-law but that
lie must take "Aoue" to the Flowery
Kingdom and there be wedded according
to the ancient rites as set forth in the
Ragh Vcdhas. Chang modestly but firm
ly said that his queue hud been consigned
to limbo nnd that he belonged to an
American institution and would marry,
but marry only ala Amcricaitic. Then
Old Alama said he would have the How
Wongs garrotte "Aone" beforcshe should
enter iutoHhis unsatictificd couuubialily.
Chang cut the Gordiau knot. He look
Aoua from her home 011 Front street and
proceeded to the home of Judge Thos. C.
Ridgway, securing a marriage license on
the way. The Judge made the twain one
according to good English and American
law nnd custom. Then Chang and his
bride disappeared. They are in hiding
from the enraged Alama, who with other
Chinese threaten to shoot Chang nt sight.
It was said by Chinese that Chang's life
is not worth a pin, for he has outraged
one of the most cherished Chinese cus
toms. They whisper that 11 highbinder
from Honolulu or elsewhere will drop
down on Chang some day and end his
The See Vups, an organization to
which Chang belongs, held an indigna
tion meeting nnd tried to have Chang
thrown out, but his friends rallied and
the Elks' steward is still a See Villi. His
enemies caused to be posted various libel
lous notices heaping obloquy nnd scorn
upon the two modernized Chinese, who
were enjoying heir honeymoon under
American law in some sylvan glade in
the suburbs of Hilo.
The elder Alama is still roaring. He
talks pistol mid club all the time. Mean
while, Chang and Aona are securely hid
den with their ears to the ground, pa
tiently waiting until the earthquake is
over before coming fotth to receive con
gratulations. At the Elks meeting Monday night the
episode of Chang's wedding was the sen
sation of the evening. A hat was passed
and a nice little stake was raised to show
the good steward where the heart of the
Elk may be found.
CINCH CLUII HALL.
mid (lire n j
The Cinch Club, one of Hilo's most
popular organisations, composed wholly
of ladies and devoted to the mysteries of
the game of High Eive has suspended for
the year. Ilegiuuiug with the new year
the club will resume its career of pleasure
The close of this year was marked by n
ball nt Sci.'ao's hall last I'riday evening,
at which the gentlemen friends and bus
kinds of the members of the Cinch Club
were invited. The dance was one of the
most enjoyable of the year.
The decorations were especially strik
ing. They were of bamboo and other
, foli 0ll lh(. 1)rnllcllc.s of UlB 1)aln,)0O
were hung the several thousand cards
used by the club during the past year.
The nodding bamboo branches decorated
with the cards were significant of the
good intentions of the ladies to quit cards
for n season.
The refreshments were prepared under
the direction of the ladies and the fruit
punch was a btrictly temperance concoc
tion. The music was by Curvalho's orchestra.
The acoustic properties of Serrao 's hall
are good nnd nil who attended were more
than pleased with it as u place for pleas
The entire work of preparing lor the
dance was done by the ladies and the
members of the different committees ac
quitted themselves most creditably.
The committees in charge of the affair
Decorations Mrs. llartels, Mrs. II. L.
Ross and Miss Emily Peck.
Music Mrs. J. T. Lewis.
Hall Mrs. W.. J. Stone and Miss Emily
Refreshments Mrs. E. D. llaldwin and
l'loor manager Mr, Mellor.
Hdellty Insurance Co.
The Fidelity Insurance Company
Honolulu advertises in the TutiiUNH.
This is a home company, incorporated
under the laws of the Territory of Hawaii,
mid is the only Hawaiian company
authorized to issue surety bonds, under
the new insurance laws of the Territory.
It is the duty of every good citizen to
j patronize home enterprise 11ml keep the
motley in our own country.
A seasonable gar
ment at all times.
Practical to use as
Can be worn over a
M. F. McDonald, Hilo
Box Calf Top
C,D,E and EE Widths
Very Serviceable and
E. N. HOLMES
Is now displaying a large and varied line of
JOHN B. STETSON and i a TC
LYON BRAND II A 1 O
Four of the best and most popular makes of Men's
Hats on the market at fc "S e -rf- tC ((
prices ranging from . . P AO LU PU.Vf
l'liino Club Keeltul
The November meeting of the Piano
Club was held at the home of Mrs. Moses,
Mrs. Tracy ussisting inenterliining. The
program was as follows;
Miss Sarah I.ymuii
Reading The Art of Mendelssohn
Sir Geo. Grove
Mrs. John Scott
Cunzoncttn r: , Herbert
Mrs. Tracy, Mrs. Moses
lllack Rey Study Chopin
Miss Candy 11 Potter
Reading The New America. ...Johnstone
Mrs. Chas. Eiirneuux
Song The New America .Johnstone
Mrs. J. T. Lewis'
Minuet fron'i Quintette in E...lloccherine
Mrs. Moses, Mrs. Tracy
Impromptu . Rubeustein
Rending The Romance of the Piano
Miss M. 1'. Potter, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy
Monday, Nov. 9, Hark St. Katherine, C.
W. Sanders, Master, 33 days from
Sail Eroncisco with 1090 tons of
Saturday, Nov. 7, Hark Roderick Dim,
Engalls, Master, so days from San
I'rflucisco with cargo of general
merchandise and four passengers.
Thursday, Nov. iath, Amr. schooner
"Aloha," l'ry master, with cargo
of 53i cords of ohia fire wood,
valued at f302. 50.
St. .lames' .Mission.
Twenty-third Sunday alter Trinity, 7:30
a. in., Holy Eucharist; 11 u, 111., .Matins
and Sermon; 7:30 p.m., Evensong and
35 to 40
AND GOOD VALUES
KILAUEA LODGE NO. 330,
1 A It 1M ill l"
yr mi" .u. mere win ue 11
ajrctuii iiii-L-mig in me nnove
lodge Wednesday eveuiiiL'. Nov.
18, 1903, ut 7:30 p. in. Work in third
degree. Sojourniugnucl visiting brethren
nre cordially invited.
lly order of the W. M.
THOS. C. RIDGWAY,
Tennis at l'liuullo.
A most interesting tenuis mutch wits
played at Paauilo on November 1, on the
court of the Hamakua Tennis Club by
two of Hawaii's best players, Mr. Horry
Giny of Hakalau, and Eugene Horner, of
Paauilo. Time was culled ut 10:50 a. 111..
Mr. Horner winning the toss. The games
were well contested, the score standing
1 at deuce in a great many of them. Mr.
Horner's skilful placing and well judged
drives soon showed him to be the superior
j player, but Gray's bteady game and sure
j return made it not altogether an unequal
( contest. After three sets the score stood
1 6.3, 6.3, 6-3 in Homer's favor.
Mr. E. V. Patten of Paauilo was a most
satisfactory umpire. His perfect know
ledge of the game, his ready and fair de
cisions won for him the esteem of all.
1 Among those present from Hakaluu,
were Dr. A. Iiwiu, II. V. Patten and Mr.
All Artistic Calendar.
The Hawaiian Souvener Calendar, is-
j used by Wall, Nichols Co., this year is
more ornate iiutl artistic than nny Hint
firm has before issued. It is beautifully
done in colors and curries twelve striking
bits of Hawaiian landscape. Each mouth
has a lear by itself and all are tied to-
gethcr with 11 silk cord. The calendar is
one of the most appropriate articles to be
found to send home ns u memento of Ha
waii. Subscribe fi.r the Tiunu.NK, Island sub-s-cripliou