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Hilo tribune. (Hilo, Hawaii) 1895-1917, January 22, 1904, Image 5

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Dr. M. Wachs returned last week frtmi
the country.
Sum Wood who has been in the city
ten days will return to Kolniln today by
the Kinnii,
J. II. Howland returned Wcdncsdit) by
the Kiuiiti.
J. C. Ridgwoy rcturueil from Honolulu
II. I.. Hoss leturncd from Honolulu
Por sale Plymouth Rock Roosters.
Apply T. 1 Wills lMlmla.
11. P. Dillingham mid 1$. K. Paxiou
arrived by the Kinau on u business trip.
Honolulu Priiuo beet fresh from the
keg nt Demosthenes, two drinks for n
Geo. II. Williams returned by the Ki
nan from a ten days vicatlou spent nt
Keep your clothes in shape. Set of
six wire hangers with rod for 90c Moses
& Raymond.
Call and see the latest improvement in
sewing machines, just received at Moses
& Raymond's, Hilo, Hawaii.
Philip Peck will go 1 Honolulu to-day
to nllcnd n directors meeting of the Ko-bala-Hllo
Unilro.ul Coinjiatiy. I
J. W. Kelkcr, master mechanic in the
Hilo Railroad shops returned from u trip
to Honolulu by the Kinau Wednesday.
The meeting of the St. James Guild
will be held at the residence of Mrs.
Stobie next Wednesdaj afternoon at 2
The l'ebruary number of the Delineator
has a very interesting little story from the
pen of Kdiiah Proctor Clark, (Mrs.
II. II. Morehcad of S.m Francisco ar
rived in the city by the Palls of Clyde
last Sunday to assume a position with the
Hilo Drug Co.
The Enterprise sailed yesterday with
3,551 bunches of bananas and the follow
ing sugar: , Olaa, 14,700 b.igs; Hnkalau,
3,551; Hilo Sugar Co., 897.
Dr. J. Holland Office at residence,
Wainuuentie street. Special hours: 10
to 12 a. in., 2 to 3 and 7 to 8 p. m. All
other hours except when professionally
engaged elsewhere.
Captain G. II. Whituev, U. S. Inspec
tor of hulls and C. F. I.chners, Inspector
of boilers, were in Hilo this week. With
Captain Clarke and Admiral Hcckley
they visited the Volcano yesterday.
Scalds arc always painful and fre
quently quite serious, hut Chamberlain's
Pain Halm is a liniment especially suited
for such injuries. One application gives
relief.. Try it. The Hilo Drug Store
sells it.
Henry West reports that three valuable
koa calabashes have lately been taken
trom his house in Kukuau. He believes
the person taking them has sold theui
nnd would like to have sat-e returned as
they ore rare specimens.
A Chinese was found dead in one of the
Onotnca camps last Wednesday under
auspicious circumstances. Investigation
was made by I). II. Drown and Dr. Stow.
They found his throat cut and n jury
found a verdict of suicide.
Seats are selling lively for the Hums
Club Concert nt Spreckels' hall tomorrow
night. The uiuivesary of Hums is always
appropriately observed in Hilo, but never
has the Hums Club given more work to
the preparation than this year.
Joe Kawawahetuoku a Hilo Railroad
brakeman, slipped from the engine tender
in the yards last Monday and fell under
the wheels. A car wheel almcst severed
his left hand above the wrist. He was
taken to the hospital wheic his arm was
umputated below' the elbow.
At a meeting of the Aloha Ainu society
this week, it was derided to give u limit
to Governor Carter and his party. The
luau will be given at the home of Rev. S.
L. Desha to members of the Aloha Aiua
and to invited guests. S. I.. Desha and
Henry West were appointed n committee
to make the arrangements.
The l'alls of Clyde arrived in port last
Sunday, ten and one-half days from San
FraucUco. She brt ..gilt a general cargo
and the following passengers: Mr. Fitz
gibbou, Mrs. and Miss Lccbcuslciu, G.
A. Duuphiny, Mrs. C. G. Carlson, C. H.
Merchant, wife and daughter; Miss A.
I'ulir, Miss A. Winters, II. II. Morehcad
and J. V. Ray.
J. Rosenberg of the Globe Clothing
Company in Honolulu, has leased the
rooms in the Peacock Hlock, fronting on
Waianuenne street, and will install n new
stock of mens furnishing goods this week.
Mr. Rosenberg arrived by the Kiuau.
His stock will consist of an up-to-date
line of mens' furnishings, clothing, hats,
caps, trunks etc.
Belle of
The Pride of Kentucky, satisfies,
It invites inspection.
It is fearless of competition.
Test is hy'taste and you will be con
vinced that it has 110 rival.
Hoffschlaeger Co.,
KAii.s okih:i:ki.
Al I.ciih) 11 Section of Hitlhrnr
Hound to (Jo. !
It is unofficially announced that steel
rails have been ordered for the firsl sec j
tionofthe KoIihIii-HIIo Railway, The1
cable mid the wireless were used in clos- j
lug the ileal with the eastern house which
will Till the order at once.
Luau mid Dance for tlovernnr Carter
unit 1'iirly.
Governor Carter nnd conitniiynrrivcdnt '
the north end of the island Wednesday 1
morning, The party was met nt the
wharf by Senator Woods and others and
taken to the Woods' homestead, where
they remained Wednesday nighu Thurs
day Governor Carter put In
tin the forenoon
ing about the forests and at t o'clock
was tendered a magnificent luau nt the
Kohala Courthouse. Thursday evening
a grand hall was given at the Kohala
Club in honor of the Governor nnd his
Today lie will go to Waitnca, looking
into n variety of matters as lie comes
along, and will arrive in Hilo oil a day
not yet determined.
First Foreign Church Congregation
(lives Reception.
The reception given to Rev. nnd Mrs,
Shields Tuesday night brought out a
large company who were glad to extend
the cordial right hand to the new minister
and his spouse. The reception was held
in the church parlors.
Alter all had been presented to the new
pastor and his wife a short program of
songs and recitations was rendered. Miss
Potter played n piano solo. Vocal solos
were rendered by Mrs. Ross and Mrs.
Lewis, Two excellent recitations were
rendered by Mrs. Curtis. A song by Mrs.
Hnrtels, with Mr. Hartels as accompanist
with the violin was highly appreciated.
After the program excellent refresh
ments, prepared under the direction of
Mrs. Willfong and Mrs. I,. C. Lyman
were served to all. The occasion was
the regular Foreign Church social and
was one of the most successful.
The program was in charge of Mrs.
Farewell to Rev Sydney Morgan.
A farewell reception for Rev. Sydney
II. Morgan was given Wednesday even
ing by the ladies of the St. James Guild
nt the home of Dr. nnd Mrs. Hayes. The
company present was a large one and the
evening was n most pleasant one for all.
Theguests were introduced to Mr. Morgan
by Mrs. Stobie and Dr. Hayes. Music
was furnished during the evening by the
Hawaiian choir and others. Mrs. Lewis,
Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Hawxhurst rtfid Mrs.
Madeira sang solos.
The refreshments were delicious and
were served under the direction ot Mrs.
Hefore the guests departed, Mrs. Stein
011 behalf of the Guild, presented Mr.
Morgan with n flue calabash ns an Ha
waiian memento.
II on land Promoted.
J. Hastings Howland came home from
Honolulu Wednesday with a commission
in his pocket as Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works. This was pleasant news
for Howlaud's numerous friends on this
Island. Mr. Howland goes to Honolulu
February 1 to assume his new duties. In
his application for the place Howlaud
had the solid backing of the Republican
organization here and also at Honolulu.
Mr. Howlaud was educated in the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology at
Hostou, graduating with the class of '97.
He came to Hawaii five years ago and has
been with the Olaa and Puna plantations
as civil engineer and surveyor.
Hell to Honolulu.
Gilson Hell leaves by today's Kinau for
Honolulu to assume the duties of sten
ographer for the Supreme Court. The
Tkiiiunk congratulates Mr. Hell on this
deserved promotion and also expresses a
I regret, shared by a very large number of
. Hiloites, that he is leaving the city. No
I young man in Hilo is better liked than
j G. Hell, l'or a number of years he has
been stenographer for the Hilo Mercnu
I tile Co., mid since the founding of the
1 Hilo Lodge II. P. O. K. has been secre
j tary of that organization.
! McKenney to Leave.
I A. C. McKenney, manager of the Owl
Drug Store, will leave Hilo in April for
j San Prancisco where he will take a three
I year medical course in the Cooper Medical
College. Mr. McKeuuey says he has not
fi ..i, v,, i,, ,L ., v m 1 " V.""11
thought yet, but that it will be nu attrac -
live place that prevents his rcturninu to
Hilo. The numerous friends of both Mr,
and Mrs. McKenney will regret to learn
of their contemplated departure from the
Stark of llonoiuu.
G. A. Stark, head carpenter for Hono
mil plantation disappeared last Sunday
under circnmstanccs that indicate suicide.
His room was searched, a pool of blood
and a razor giving a suspicion of foul
play. The police were notified nnd tak
ing out the bloodhounds were able to
trace the trail to the cliff overlooking the
sea. Mr. Stark had recently suffered
menially aild the theory of suicide is
based on that fact and the circumstances.
Kinau Arrivals.
II. V. Dillingham, H. H. Paxton, Cup.
tain T. K. Clarke, Captain G. C. Whitney,
II. P. Leluiers, J. II. Howland, L. W.
Taylor, J. W. Kelker, II. L. Ross. II.
Rosenberg, J. C. Rldgway, Geo. Williams,
Mrs. A. K. Clark, C. Weber, II. Kendal,
I). C. Huggel, M. G. Haiieion, H. W. M.
Mist, Miss Pettigrew.
Physicians Kestoied.
The government physicians of this dis
trict had their commissions restored this '
week, Dr. Curtis for Olaa; Holland for I
Puna and Stow for Hilo, received wireless
telegrams Wednesday from Dr. Cooper,
President of the Hoard of Health auth
orizing them to continue ns before in
tliire respective districts.
See Webb: he repairs sewinu machines.
cash registers, typewriters, umbrellas 'iiul
safes; sharpens scissors, sells sewing I
machines, needles and oil, cartridges and
ammunition; opening safes a specialty.
Hough Weill her Keeps Vchm'Ik oul
In the llnv.
None of the vessels In port have bc n
able to do business nt the Railroad (lock
this week. The cars of sugar which we' c
in the big wharf shed for the Enterprise
were pulled out, it being to rough '.veil
for lo.tdiu into scows from the tvharf.
They were run onto the main line and
I the sugar was tiausfered to lighters from
the old Railroad lauding 11 Wnlnkea
river. The Railroad biidge over Wain
ken river was found to be morc uouvcli
lent than the lauding. The sugar was
transferred direct from the cars to the
scows. I lie Marina Davis, Amy lumer
n,u the l'alls of Civile are also in port
hut have hnd to do" their dlsclim-lm? bv
lighters from a safe anchorage in .the
The charge that the
Matsou Company
was "knocking" the new wharf, mode
tl.rnn.il, .. tril. i, .-.. ilmn mm
been passed along to dipt. Win. Mn
at San I'raticisco. He states his position
very cooly but emphatically, that his
ships nrc'ln the custody of their respec
tive captains; that he holds them respon
sible for their safety; that he wauls them
to use the wharf if it is safe; that he
leaves it to their judgement.
The Captains in pott have been realiz
ing some of the rcsjosibilltics of a sea
going life.
Rough Went her Causes Laborers to
do Out in Covered Itusses.
Last Tuesday the Kaiulani brought
eighty-five Korean laborers for Kukaiau
and "Latipahoehoc plantations. The
weather was too rough to laud up the
coast, so they came on to Hilo. Here, at
the request of the Koreans, they were al
lowed to go ashore to sleep 011 the dock.
They then refused to go back on the
boat, saying they would die before they
would tackle another voyage.
The difficulty was settled by an appeal
to Mr. Wright "of the Volcano Stables.
He undertook to transport the outfit over
land. Wednesday morning the start was
made. The Laupahoehoe contingent
was lauded Wednesday night without
mishap, and the remainder started on
their way to Kukaiau next morning.
Seven wagons and twenty-eight head of
horses was the outfit required for the
work and tltese were thrown into com
mission nt a moments notice without in
terfering with the regular rouine orkintl,ieMpitll, ,,, lT
of the Stables in connec Ion with the dis- nmile 'd t, , escape. O
charge of freight from the vessels now in Camielario, was captured Ttu
the harbor,
Warm (lame of llase Hull Uctween
l'apanlou and Pniiuilo.
The base ball match last Sunday on
the new diamond at Laupahoehoe be
tween the Paauilo team and the Pnpaaloa
team was witnessed by a big-crowd. The
game was lively from start to finish and
despite the incleuicucv of the weather
excellent playing was done by both sides.
The new grand stand is auif-'an acquisi
tion nnd Held a merry crowd.
The newly organized Paauilo team did
some very clever playing and carried
the honors for the first three innings, but
the excellent work of the local team won
the game umid great enthusiasm and
carried the honor of the day.
In the evening an elaborate banquet
was served in the beautifully decorated
pavilion under the auspices of the Pa
paaloa team and the many good things
were enjoyed byalaigc number of guests.
The singing of the llouokaa and Paau
ilo vocalists was especially good.
The Papaulon team has accepted a
chall.iuge from the Pepeekeo boys, and
the game will take place on the grounds
at Pepeekeo, Sunday, January 31.
Sealed tenders will be received by the
Superintendent of Public Works until
12 tn. of Monday, the 8th of l'ebtuary,
for constructing 2-room school house at
Halawa, Kohala, Hawuii.
Pluus and specifications on file in office
of Superintendent of Public Works, Ho
nolulu; in office of Dr. Houd, School
Agent, Kohala, nnd in office of K. K.
Richards, Hilo, Hawaii.
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
Hids to be endorsed 011 envelope, "Ten
ders for 2-room school house, Halawa."
Superintendent of Public Works,
1 ., . ,,,. ... ,
Department of Public Works,
Jan. 12, 1904.
Trusses -i
! of To-Day
A truss is an importuiit appli
mice and it is obvious that con
slant effort will be made for its
Kvery year does bring some im
provemeuts, and wearers of trusses
should have the benefit of them.
5111 uiu aiutK we eiuieavor 10 pro
vide all that is practical as well as
Our long experience in fitting
trusses enables us to judge the
valueif new ideas and our stock is
therefore an ideal one.
Any claims we make for a truss
we will guarantee.
Committee nt Work to Raise Money
for Pine Apple Cannery.
The special meeting of the Hilo Agri
cultural Society last Saturday to discuss
the pineapple situation was well attended
mid much interest was taken in the sub.
ject. Those present were President
Foriicnux, Mr, Higgius of the Hawaiian
Experiment Station, Judge Lyman, L. C.
Lyman, Thos. 1$. Cook, Win. Ragsd tie,
H. J. Lyman, II. H. Kelsey, Dr. Haes,
Dr. Holland, J. M, Morris. I. 1). Drown,
T. O. Mitchell and R. I. Lithe. Mr.
Rugsdale was made Secretary pro tern.
Air. Morris reported that there are now
growing in Kaiimaua 20,000 pines; Mr.
Drown reported 25,000 in Kniwiki. On
motion of Morris, n committee was ap-1
pointed to solicit subscriptions for build-1
ing n pineapple cannery. The committee ,
consists of Messrs. Mitchell, Kelsey audi
F. S. Lymnii. 1
President I'lirnenux reported that in
the vicinity of Ferndale there tire 345
acres either planted or in course of plant
ing. The total number of plants in this
vicinity is estimated to be 223.734.
Mr. Higgins of the Hawaiian Kxperi.
mcut Stntiou was introduced to the. meet
ing, He tnlked on the blueficlds banana.
He stated that the blueficlds is n better
shipping variety than the Chinese be-'
cause ot the toughness ol the skin, en
abling it to withstand the bruises incident
to handling. The blucfields bunch is
larger than the Chinese and presents n
more attractive appearance to the buyer.
Mr. Higgius said that lime is a very good
fertilizer for soils that nre in usourcondi
tioti. The soils of the Islands arc high
in nitrogen but in such chemical com
pound that it is not available to the plant.
Cultivation liberates it for the use of the
plant. He said that ligumiuous plants
are very good agents in liberating nitro
gen. He' recommended cow peas and
velvet beans.
Dr. Holland exhibited some specimens
of commercial ginger, and R. I. Llllie
distributed some seeds of the Mexican
long red pepper. Letters from Jared G.
Smith and Mr. Van Dine of the Kxperi
uieut Station were read.
Gave the tlunrd the Slip Lust Tues.
day nt Hospital.
Lopez is loose nimiu. He witli two
other prisoners, eluded hum L. D. Ilrown
uesday and
11c ot them.
lHtircii lucsoav iiil'ih
by Kealoha, a special officer.
Lopez is tne bad Porto Ricau of Ha
waii and those who know him from past
encounters, do not expect him to be taken
alive this time.
Prom the uradiue on the hosnltal
grounds, the escaped convicts seem to have ,
crossed to Reeds Island nnd from thence t
made their way toward Wnlaken niaukn ,
of Hilo. The bloodhounds were put on 1
the trail mid they kept to it until they
found where the fugitives had changed
their clothing'. This confused the dogs
and they weic unable to take up the trail I
again. 1
Is Showing a Complete Stock, of
1 1
Got a Boy?
lL7lIr.t.TK1.a" Cadet" Shirt Waists
g for boys in fancy and white; sizes 6 to 14. I want to" ::
:: sell them quick and have marked the 65 quality 50c 3
2 and the 90c quality 75c 3
;: There are only ten dozens in the lot. Come early. ;
The Dandy Shiner
1!if j&a
Nickel Plated
Weighs less than
aSqnr -ffl THREE POUNDS -
i row
Economic Shoe Co., Ltd, Hilo
Mcding Notice.
The annual meeting of the Hilo Klec
trie Light Co., Ltd., will he held at the
office of the company on Saturday, Jan
uary 30th, 1904, at 3 p m.
m -3 Secretary.
l'rom and after date rents for tele-
, phones will be due monthly and payable
1 ; 1 ..
j Hu.o anii Hawaii
Tki.kgkai'U Co.
1?. K.
1 1-4
Kxportcr of Island Produce.
Hooks Kept and Audited.
Room 1, Spreckels' Block, - Hilo
Wagons and Buggies
Stoves and Ranges
Dry Goods
Men's Furnishing Goods
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Carpets and Matting
At Popular Prices
Good Goods at Low Prices s
Price 1 OH
s m V-r v-r
A handy device for holding a shoe per
fectly rigid while being cleaned nnd polished
with a cloth or brush. High friction polish
cannot be obtained by bending uver the old
blacking box.
A bottle of polish, cloth, and three lasts
with each shiner.
New Steamer Service
Regular Service, connecting
Steamer "Alameda" for Ports
of Hawaii,
Commencing January 1, 1904, the Wll
dcr's Steamship Co. will dispatch the
Steamer "MAUI"
To connect with the
Sailing on the day of her arrival at 13 m.,
carrying U. S. mail, passengers
and freight.
This steamer has been recently re-fitted
and provided with large, well-ventilated
deck staterooms and all modern accom
modations. Above schedule is subject to change
without previous notice.
Wilrter's Steamship to.
Weber piano for sale, at Dr. Russel's,
Mountain View. 51-tf

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