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THtt WEEKLY HItO TRIBUNE. HILO. HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1903.
6 Waiakea Boat House Impure Blood W. II. COKNYi:i.l. OKA II. R. A. LUCAS & CO.. I'rop'rs WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO HAVK NOW A I'l.KKT Ol' Gasoline Launches and Small Boats l'OR l'UUMC HIRK ragsenjjers and baggage taken to and from vessels in the harbor at reasonable I rates. Launches and rowboats to hire , tor private picnics and moonlight rides. RING UP ON TELEPHONE AOKNl'S l'OR Wolverine Gasoline Engine Self-starter and reversible engine. In ( practicability it i9 equal to the steam en-, glne. Siies from l't h. p. upwards. 1 Boats fitted with this engine or frames ol any slie to order, l'or particulars apply to R. A. LUCAS, Manager. Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd. Houses Wired and Lights Installed In accordance with the rules of the Nn tional Hoard of l'ire Underwriters. A complete stock of ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk Lampi, etc., always on hand. Fan Motors . S5IB Fan Motors, swivel frame, 18 Sowing Machine Motor 20 l'owcr for operating them f 1 a month Prico of Lamps Reduced. Itnnuro blood will always mako you slok. You suitor from headache, great doprosslon, Inillgustloti, slooplossness, 11 bad skin, oxtromo oxluiuitlon, uml ou can hardly drag yourself ubout. Old lleail wluit Mr II .1 Mutliown.of Wfllinj ton, New ZoaLiml, j)s .ilmut tliH. IU al semi bl4 iiliolufsrapti. "I ImomirTi'rertnKrrat ileal from lniitu t)loo(l,riTlal1.v from I)ils on in .irnum, I back. I felt w-ik nil out anil .n rmmI' i Upprcsvil. I bfg.ni tfiiso ')frSir'i rill. ' After taking only a Utilo of It I leit Ih-iih-ami wwii my ttual)k,Aili'Uiui,' I l"'1" this nipillclne M tin l t hiiMMi i urmi r m tho struiiRMt UiqIp liai an uiie- an l'U AVER'S Sarsaparilla Tlicro are many Imitation ''.S.uiuarllla " lie miro jmi get Aycr'. t'ie Aer's riINorry tlinoyour lmwel ln come coiiHtliateil,orlicn jntiarolilllimi or hue- sick lieailaclie. 'Iliey curd n,tilckl. Prtpired by Dr. J. C. A)r 4 Co. Uwcll. Man.. U.S.A. !For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY mST0NE Kstimates furnished on all classes oi Electrical Work and Contracts taken to install apparatus complete. CRESCENT CITY BARBER SALOON SHOP i Draught Boor IO Conts CARVALHO BROS., Proprietors. The Old Reliable Stand is still doing UP-TO-DATE WORK Razors boned, Scissors and all edged tools perfectly ground. Satisfac tion Guaranteed, PKONT 4'i,I131S'l. linitT IMps nl Wiilknini After Short Illness. Honolulu, Nov. 20. The very sad news of the death of Col. W. II. Corn well nt his home in Vai kapu this morning came by wireless shortly after the event and being spread about town, acted as a severe shock, to the many friends of the deceased in Honolulu. The follow ing special message from the Bul letin's correspondent on Maui, was received at the noon hour: "Colonel Corn well died at Wai- kapu at 8 o'clock this morning after ' a few hours' illness. Wife and son at the deathbed. Funeral probably tomorrow." I Deceased was the manager of j what was the Waikapu Plantation, I on the Island of Maui, in which he 1 was largely interested. He may rnrrectlv be referred to as one of the most popular men in the country, a reputation well deserved. He was unusually well endowed with those many excellent qualities of mind and heart which command the cs ' teem, respect and friendship of all, whether in business or social affairs. The same remark will apply to W. , II. Cornwell's father, who was him self a sugar planter of many years standing, and highly respected throughout the Islands. The magnificently situated and highly productive Waikapu planta tion was one of the oldest in the Hawaiian group. It was first started in 1861, though the first sugarcane 1 there grown was planted by James Louzada, an uncle of the deceased through whose instrumentality Mr. I Comwell became a resident of Ha vaii. The plantation embraced 1 7,000 acres, a large portion of which 1 was devoted to stockraising. A ' roller process mill was in use, of Volcano Stables & Trans. Co. Lilitiokalaui to her staff, when it j was formed. He later on became its Colonel. In 1800 he was elected a noble in the Legislature for the TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES. four years' term. He WHS by no This is the only line of stages making regular.trtps between Kau mid IIIlo and mn.m tlnrtint In tinlitiml am! nr. ! taking ill the VolcallO of KilnllCtl . ' ' On Thursday and every attentate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo at 7:0011. m. are landed III either l'ahala or Honunpo the same evening. Through connections with the steamers Kiuaii and Manna I.oit are made both on arrival and departure. STAGES cepted the position only 011 the urgent importunities of his many friends. Mr. Cornwell's tastes ran strongly towards horseflesh. He was a thorough horseman, and an excel lent judge and an ardent lover of 1 3-J 1 IT. ... is uursi-s. ne iook a ureal interest . . . . H 2 H 3 in racing events nnu was wont to 5,5 ji - c .. ' 5" mSUJ &i S S nave a well-stocked stable 111 Ho-1 o a a' f Sjs Jj, gj nolulu during the season. In his B . ,!? siauics at wancapn couiu always 1 g.g 0 FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU Via Hilo Railroad ami Volcano Stages &U s 3 u. r- 1 O St.- B.5 a l"5 rt a H c H J3 - c s 3 ., B.2 f. UNION SALOON SlIIPMAN STRKKT Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M. First Class LIQUORS WINES AND CORDIALS At Moderate Prices. Mixkd and Fancy Dhinks Concocted by 1 UXPKKIKNCKD MlXOI.OOISTS ' I The Celebrated ' Honolulu Primo Beer and I Rainier Beer I On Draueht. 1 Ten Cents a Class l'RKH LUNCH J. C. 8ERRAO, Proprietor. When you need a drink call j capacity proportionate to the needs at the KEYSTONE, corner of the plantation, in the ownership I Front and Ponohawai streets, associated with Geo. W. Macfar j A first class line of f nd the Hawaiian Commercial aim ougar company. In addition to his interest in the plantation tcferred to, Mr. Cornwell has a large cattle ranch of 20,000 acres which furnishes pasturage for about 1200 head of stock. The life of the deceased was es- I L.n.,,in11tf tnccrl nmifl tlln rritlf flfllli. as from a boy of twelve he lived upon the Waikapu plantation. He was raised there and grown up in the business with which he had jbeen associated as man and boy. It J is natural therefore that he should I have been expert in every branch. TT T t- MT TATTTI lue ftUuer f tl,e deceased came W II l ll P K !to t'ie Hawaiian Islands in 1856, JLy J -L r JLX V WINES LIQUORS BEERS always on hand. I Tolophono IO Proprietor. KINAU.. SALOON C. Unddnky, Prop. Rainier and Primo 15oer ssflffismmmmihottM ana . G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd. on (lrniiirht Sugar Factors, . Commission Agents, i Sole Agents for j National Cane Shredders, ! Baldwin Locomotives, Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane and Coffee Fertilizers. JAS. M. CAMERON, Plumber, Tinner, Metal Worker. Mr. Cameron is prepar:d to give ehti mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work ud to iiurantee all work done. : being advised by Mr. Louzada, .before mentioned, of the oppor 1 tunities here presented for success- ful cane growing and sugar making. 1 He was then twelve years of age, 1 having bom in 1844 and first went with his father to the Island of Ha waii, where the latter entered into stock raising, and there remained until 1859. His next move was to Ilanalei, I Kauai, where one year was spent, and in 1861 he finally settled on the island of Maui where the elder Mr. Cornwell established the Waikapu plantation, and which, with the ex ception of occasional trips abroad, has since continually been his home. He there thoroughly learned the ins and out of the sugar business, in the meantime having the advant age of a good education, and upon the death of his father, which oc curred in 1887, he assumed the ex clusive management of the fields, mill and appurtenances. While yet a boy Mr. Cornwell and Whiskies!";1, B!ld frmcd vll!e ;iUBl7 I of the late King Kalakaua, and u 1 friendship sprang up between them , which continued to increase until the latter's death. Many a time and oft was the late King regally entertained at the handsome Corn well residence in Waikapu, whose spacious halls have rung with sounds of merriment and convivi ality in honor of the royal guest. Mr. Cornwell's first entry into the field ol politics was in 1887, during the Revolution. He had the year previous been appointed to the King's staff, and during the exciting events which followed re mained loyal to his royal patron. 1 ,,.... .1... .I..nlli r V n lnl'dl.M Mr J U'UII lilt UCUlll u lll j' Cornwell was reappointed by Queen be seen the finest .specimens of' llflf4rflp1l In tin fmtiwl in tlin lulninle I W. II. Cornwell married, in 1870, Miss Macfarlane, a sister of Col. Geo. W. Macfarlane. He leaves a family of three children two daughters and a son the latter a young man now on Maui. Mr. Cornwell was a member of the Privy Council of State, and was among the first to be appointed to that po sition by Her Majesty Queen Liliti okalaui. He was also a Knight Commander of the Order of Kala kaua, a Knight Commander in the Order of Kapiolani, and wore the same decoration in the Order of Star of Oceania. Mr. Cornwell was by nature a man of free, liberal, and generous proclivities. Hospitable and kindly, he was a lover of the good things ol life, and was willing that others should be happy in the same privi lege. He was univei sally popular, and had an extensive circle of friends. Not very long since, deceased married a Mrs. Colvin and together they took a trip abroad. Mrs. Cornwell was with her husband 011 Maui at the time of his death. Mr. Cornwell was for many years a sufferer from heart disease and although appearing very well when seen about among his friends, he nevertheless suffered intense agony at times. In addition to the bereaved widow and his son on Maui there survive him his two daughters Mrs. John S. Walker and Mrs. A. A. Braymer both of this city. He also leaves two sisters, Mrs. Widdi- field and Mrs. Vida, both of Hono lulu. Another sister, Mrs. Fricl, was burned to death in the mys terious fire that took place at the lfriel home over a year ago. The body of the late Col. W. II. Cornwell will be brought up from Maui in the Manna Loa on Friday, accompaned by the widow and son. The exact date of the funeral has not been fixed. Sunday will prob ably be chosen. The deceased be ing a member of Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21 , the services will be Masonic, the funeral to take place from the Masonic Temple, corner of Hotel and Alakea streets. . M. 7:00 7:30 P.M. 3:oo 3:30 8.30 4:30 11:30 7:30 Wed. P. M. A.M. 12:15 S' 5:00 10:30 P.M. 6:00 12:30 7:00 2:00" A. M. 7:00 7:30 8:30 1 1 130 Pri. A.M. 6:00 11:00 0 2 3 2 rt O S 5 a rt. o 5og. JT" l P.M. 3:00 3:3" 4:3n 7:3" Sun. A. M. 5:00 10:30 P. M, 12:30 2:00" gg 3 ? G.5.S c o g. O 1-1 n c o STATIONS I lv.. Volcano Stables..ar I Hilo. f lv Waiakea ar I Hilo H. R. Depot. ( ar Mountain View lv ar Volcano House lv lv Volcano House ar ar Pahala lv A.M. 9:45 9:3" 8:30 5:30 bun. P.M. 4:30 A.M. 10:30 "Connecting with Manna I.oa. TIME TABLE OF ar Hilea ar 9:30 ar Honunpo ..lv P.M. 545 S:3" 4i3U i!3 A.M. 1145 6:00 Sun. P.M. 2:30 1 P.M. 5:45 4:3 1:30 P.M. 4:3" A.M. 10:30 A.M. 9M5 9:30 8:30 5.3o Ihu. P.M. 4:3" A.M. 10:30 9:30 n JtOn arrival of Mauna I. on. STEAMER MAUNA LOA: Arrives Honunpo Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Sunday Aug. 23 Wednesday Thurwlay Sept. 3 Sunday Leaves Homiapo ...Aug. 1C1 ...Aug. 50 ...Sept. 0 Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE I'.very Day Hxcept Prlday. Friday Wedn'Ml'yj P. M. A. M. 4:30 5:30 6:45 7:3" 8:30 9:30 10:00 10:45 11:30 lv., ar., ar. ar. ..Volcano Stables. Papaikou , Pepeekeo , Houomu ..ar! ..ari ..an ..ar, o ar Haknlau v.lv ar Hoiiobiun.. jar Waiknmalo.. ,nr Papaaloa .... ' ar I.aup.ihoeboe. ...arl ...ar ...ar ...lv 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 jlv I.aupahoeboe. 'ar Uokala ar Kukaiau ' iar Pnauilo , 'ar Honokaa... ,ar ,.ar, ,.ar ,.nr ,.ar lv Honokaa ar ar Kukuib.icle ar ar....Waiiuea(Kamuela) ar sir Kiiunihae lv Z a I --5 at u SS.X &5S. a S - s r kit - - " - I - S.o S ? Li p 6S-x P. M. 3:00 2:011 1:00 12:15 A. M. 11:30 10:30 10:00 9:15 8:00 Other dnyg A. M. 8:00 9:00 10:15 11:50 12:00 1:00 1:30 2:15 3:00 Men. and Wed. P. M. 3:00 4:00 5:00 0:00 7:00 Tues. and Pri. A. M. 7:00 SMS 2;oo 4:00 When the weather is too rough for the Kin.iu to land at I.aupahoeboe Wednesday the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4 :00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and the Wednesday stage from I.aupahoeboe to Honokaa will be held to connect with it. On Mondays following the arrival of the Milium I.o.i in Honunpo on Sundays, the leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in,, and the Honokaa stage is held at Laupahoeboe to connect with it. Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S. Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections. C. E. WRIGHT, Manager. P. M. 4:30 3'.3J 2:30 J!45 1:00 M. 12:00 A. M. 11:30 10:30 10:00 Mou. and Priday A. M. 10:00 9:00 S:co 7:00 5:30 Wed. and Sat. P. M. 3H5 1135 9M5 7:00 Windsor Castle, Nov. 17. The King and Quieu of Italy were wel comed to Kngland today by King Edward and Queen Alexandra. THE ARTISTIC TAILOR Will produce a garment upon order that will s.itisl the most fastidious wearer of clothes The Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found exclusively at I.elimauu's. Call and Look at tho Goods C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST. k.4 HoAKSlCNKSS IN A ClIII.I) that is subject to croup, is a sure indica tion of the approach of the disease. If Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is given as soon as the child becomes j hoarse, or even after the croupy cough has appeared, it will prevent the attack. It always cures and cures quickly, The Hilo Drug w1 Best Wines Beer, JOc a Glass Call and oxamino our stock Telephone 38 If you want to Advertise in newsp ipt-rs .ui where at .untune i .ill on or write Ii. C. Hake's Advertising Agency i ill r, .Mi-rriiuiit. r-.xrlmtiKi' SAN FRANCI80O CAL. Store sells it. O o S3 S 1 Sim mm t I CD to tbI Si c -z - too.- II x a a v I hi ss rH have received b' the "Rosecrans" a large assortment of Lace Shoulder Capes and Deep Collars with Stole Fronts. These goods are sent on approbation and will remain on exhibition for a short time only. The prices are unusually low for the class of goods, and the opportunity presents itself to select your Christmas presents a little ahead of time, but with the certainty of not being copied. L. TURNER CO., Ltd. - HILO fiand made Saddles and Rainess CARRIAGE TRIMMING. k AT RICHARDS &. SCHOEN, Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I. yrv TnTTinMgjOBBflCITliaal