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TIIK WKKKI.V 1I1I.O TRJIIUNU, 1III.0, HAWAII, TUUSDAV, SlU'TKMHKR 6, tyu..
fcf v' w 1 1 . r I, (V ' fc k f CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS I U7 fllAMII'.S AT II0AIIIHM1 NCIIIMM.. si'N's bci.ii'.m:. Will IMnlillsh ti llcpiiiimrnt Theology. or del Your Smoked (JIiihmis Itcuily For I'rtilny. The public schools open today. II. H. Ketscv returned frntii.Uohubt on Sunday. Delicious hutliT. I'i lh. square !.. Turner Co., Mil. " Thf Democratic dilrict convention meets this inoinlii nt Fireman's I trill. Miss Minnie Schiuidl returned Silur ilny night on the S. S. Mini t resume her school in Ililo. "Uomi coflVe," our own roast, guaran teeil free from nil iidiillutntiou.L. Tur in Co., l.lil. -U-ir H. 1'. Howlnlid accompanied 1'alfrcy the Powerful of lfapaalo.i to town Sunday to see the hall game. A. 1. Tnylor of the Advertiser stafT has heen spending a well eiirneil vacation at the Volcano House. Horace Hisson, who Iihh been in ChU cigo for the past three years is visiting his father iiml hrother in Ililo. Allierl Horner retumeil Sunday "'' inn to his home in Paauilo well satisfied with his work in the convention. Mr. anil Mts. S. O. Walker ami f unily left Friday for Huston, Mass., where Mr. Walker will locate permanently. Mrs. Fied C. Smith and Miss Hiuelie lVrfc lmvr heen the unests of Mrs. I. 15. The Ililo Hoardim; School reoneus on On l-'rlil.n- nevt. Senlemher oth. if II. Vicars has moved tutu his new home , Wednesday, September 71I1, with 11 new 1 the weather fie clear there limy he seen in I'uneo. 1 teaching liuec and perhaps seventy-live I in Hawaii hctweeu 8 and lo'n'cloek in 1'resh racket (jut, fresh tennis halls by or more students. Principal Levi C. tlie morning 11 partial eclipse of the mail Wall Nichols Co. I.yttirtii is much pleased with the new 'sun. To the islands of Ihe Pacific Oce in , ,, , I corps of teachers anil anticipates a very , south of us n total eclipse of the sun will The smoker ol the Allied lrndes last 1 successful year for the Hoarding School, he visible, hut the line of totality lies night Union Hall was well attended, j He has already received a number ol up- several hundred miles south or the llu- 'r rn... n. ..;..., ..... , min viaiinr lni ' plications from prespcclive students, hut wallan Islands. The centrol eclipse liegins week, icturniiig to Honolulu on Friday. , i tumble to say at this tune the exact I generally in tlie vicinity of the Marshall 1 number that will bo on the rolls. A new Islands in the Micronesia group, lougi. j. . .uiisonnnu lamiiy nrercsiniHK in uetMriment 01 1 neology lias been in-, tuile tor nastnl (,reeuwicli,aml latitude sllluleil tor posl.grniltinte students mill IS North, and terminates on the west coast others, wishing to prepare for the minis- Of South America In the north part of try. This will he in charge of Rev. Cm- Ciiili, in latitude y 3S' South oml longl lis K. Shields, who will also hue cli.irge j Hide 6c 45' West. The line of the total of the normal work, which will likewise eclipse lies almost entirely over the be an innovation 111 the curriculum of Pacific Ocein, and is visible only to the the School. Western portion of South America, the In connection with the School fnrin, 1 Hawniiau Islands. Micronesia mid Poly- THE : HILOJTRI BU N E'S M AIL CHART MAILS AKKIVF. IN MONOLULf AND DF.FART AS FOLLOWS: S. Mrs. the premises formerly occupied hy Weight on School street. Yesterday was Iibor Day, and gene rally observed in Ilito as a half holiday, but the TutliUNK fi rce worked all day in order to pioduce this issue of the paper. Miss Mary Winne, of Pnnaloue Pre paratory school, after 11 short vacation nt the Volcano house, was the guest of the Misses Hill in Pnueoon Wednesday and Thursday. os. Pritchnrd of Ilonokna. who sel dom is aide to get nwav from his busi uess interests, was 11 II flo visitor on Sat urday, being n delegate to the District Convention. Secretary A. I,. C. Atkinson left Sun- ' day for Kan, where after making a short I slay will return to Honolulu. Upon his arrival at the capilol the Governor will ; make his long-promised official visit to Maui. ' TheS. S. Maui which left Honolulu ! with the Alameda mail, arrived Saturday .. . . .... M 1. .-!.... .1... .....I iUetcane at lupuiKou ........ "- I" ..i..,,. uhh im const .....ll for ll,l0. 11 week' had been dispatched on the liuterprUc I. W. I.lovd accompanied Geo. W. 1 which lell San Francisco a day ahead of Hewitt Saturday afternoon to Kan. where the Alameda. The HiUerpri.so arrived he will later he joined hy Secretary kiiisou. At- There will lie a general meeting of the the students under the supervision of Principal Lymail will conduct the cocao plantation, which was recently started by KxperlJ. 1. lliggins, of the United Slates ltxuciimcutul Station. Already there are 700 plants set out in 11 nursery, which will be transplanted within 11 month. Thcte are three acres of laud ploughed, hart owed and ready for cul tivation set apart for this experiment, which promises to be an interesting and important one licsin islands. A solnr eclipse is the total or par tial concealment of the sun hy the moon, mid hy the movement of the. moon in its orbit around the earth, there can not he less than two conjunctions of the sun and moon in a year. The point of conjunction, however, makes a com plete circuit of the heavens once inn year on an average. If tlie conjunction 4 11 18 20 : occurs witli tlie moon so near tlie 1 ecliptic, as to hide the sun's disk wholly C. H. Nclfol Ilucyrus, Ohio, will have 1 or partially, then to a certain portion of charge of the pi idling olhce, the musical the earth, there would he a solar eclipse; M. JSiberin 0 12 18 26 T. Ncvndnn Gx 13 Gaelic "Sonoma 26 JKorea 27x W. 7 Alamcdn tSlerra ' 14 21 JAorangi 28 Alameda T. 8 Coptic 16 22 F. Alameda r 9 16 Alameda 23 Koreu 16 17x (Manuka 24 Mongolia 29 I 30 late yesterday afternoon Attorney General Andrews proposes to j prosecute violators of the law relating to v." - "r ; , . . . , . , . , . -;. . Ililo Cotillion Club at 8 o'clock Pri.lay tne inspection 01 r.uiiiian imporieii into eveninil this week, at the Hoard of Trade me 1 errttory, i lie con piaini is mane that importers of me stock refuse to nay the fees allowed the inspectors hy law, unit orders have been given to refine the 1 iiuliug of any live slock until inspiclioii i' nil the payment of fees thereof. A Miurr ('oinmlllee. I'ollowiug the example of the Honolulu ' Chamber of Commerce, the Ililo Hoird looms. Tlie Chess Club met last Saturday night at the residence of C. Castendvke. It meets next Saturday at the home ol 1 Sheriff Andrews. Governor Carter has reappointed the, fnltiuviiiL' ilistrict inniiistrates: William , K.iinnu, Puna; U.S. Kickard, I.nnpahoe hne,yan.l Henry Mail, uamakii.i. 1 , . . , , ncelll Ilt,t Thur9. The Misses Arnold, Maltere, Willie- 'day, appointing a Wharf Committee, con tneiu Weight, Miss I'dith M. Osorio and 1 tisttng of U N. Holmes, 1, Turner, A. Miss Kiiima Akauiti weie iteparting llumburg, Adam I.iiulsuy, J. W. alnsou, K. T. tftiaril anil Win. .AlcKay. Tlie duties of the cotntnittee are largely sani tary for the preservation of the tniblic health, working in harmony with the Hoard of Health. The first step will be 10 rid the wharves and waterfront of rats, us has been done in Honolulu. school girls for Honolulu l'riday T. McCants Stewart, the negro orator has been notified through Governor Carter that his services during the cam tiaiirn can be used after October 1st, by the National Republican Committee. M. G. Santos oml family leave for l'.iia, ' Maui, next Vridav, where Mr. Santos has ' acceptnl the chatge of the mission and scImioI located there. J. IV Hernandez will succeed him as manager of Serrao's Grocery. iMwiu Rose, charged with having ..irvl1.11 a Panama tint from the Ililo post office and was arrested upon arrival of the Ship Suseipiehnua nt Deleware Hreak water. was brought back to Honolulu l'riday on the Alameda, in charge of Deputy United States Marshal I'liun. It is understood the hat wns found on his possession and that the young man has confessed. Kceolver for I'liun. William Pfotenhaucr, accompanied hy Abe Lewis, the Honolulu attorney, nr lived Saturday night by the Maui to for mally take charge ns receiver of the Puna Sugar Co. Hy mutual consent of all parties, Judge Dcllolt granted the petition of the First National Hank of Hawaii, lepreseutiug the bondholders, and ap pointed Mr. Pfotenliauer. Mi. Pfoten haucr is one of the principal stockholders mid :t director of II. Mac fcld & Co. - An Imposition. Why impose on your friends tob.ecome , , ,..,,,. mrclv 011 your bona, when there are Closely Contested (.uiue. , om,;1, C0niM1,,cll drKal,,zc(l for this The game between the Union Specials I purpose? The Federal and Territorial and the IHack Diamonds Sunday after-j governments recognize surety companies noon attracted the largest crowd ever land prefer such form of security to inili- present nt luc locnl maiciies. 1 uere vmuui nouns, sale nustuess men nre were some brilliant plays and some awk- now beginning to bond their employees, ward fumbles, but tlie eutluistasin 01 tlie , paying tlie co friends of the two teams was nrouseil to a I 1C. !;. Richa hiuh pitch. Heuto on second made a lars good catch, and George of the Ililo Rail rnml bovs distiimuished hitusell by a hard fought run, making snne risky slides to bases. The score by innings is ns follows: The d'rlp Again. department mid he one of the iiislruclois in the iicademic branches. Mrs. K.N. Hitchcock and Miss Kllen ('.. I.vman, who have been added to the faculty, are new teachers in the Hoarding hchool. Principal I.yinau will have several classes in ll.e higher branches as well ns general charge of the institution. Kluiiii lleparl Hies. C. A. Christian!, H. Gnrdsik. Mrs. A, de S. Christian!. Mrs. II. Love, R. W. Ketnpshall, !'. W. Hutler, J. Adams, Mrs. J. Adams, li. J. Moses, C. H. Rentier, T. Luusteilt, air. and .Mrs. W. A. 1-olger, Geo. Wilcox, C. H. Allen, Dr. R. H. Keesc, Walter Hoffman, A. W. Iviirklaud, Miss Hyington, Miss Sherman, Miss Hil ton, J, II. S. Kaleo, M. S. Depoutc, C. A. Yarick, M. K. rsakulna, Win. lalkuli, Chas. Ctnrk, C. II. Clark, II. C. Murray, . J. II. Kaiwai, C. L. Heal, D. Douglas. V. P. T. Waterliouse, W. Il.tTrawlonl, A. It. M. Robertson, Win. T. Rawlins. Sam Johnson, II. C. Plhiger, J. T. Silva, Mrs. J. T. Silva, T. McCants Stewart, Geo. L. Ueslia. II. C. Vula, W. I. Hell bron, N. Fernandez, L. K. Piiikham, W. II. Rice, Jr., Dr. L. K. Cofer, S. Mahe loua, J. A. Aheong, S. M. Kamaknii, Sam Parker, R. W. Aylett. Kalakeala, Prince Ktihio, A. S. Mahaiilu, F. K. Thompson, F. Meyer. C. A. Long. Jas. L. Holt, John C Lane, R. C. Lane, J. A. Oilman, C. L. Crabbe, S. G. Walker, wife and two children, T. Clive D.ivies, Mrs. Creigh tou, Master Ross, Miss Creightou, Miss D. Lishmaii, Miss N. McLean, Mrs. Jas. Horner, J. T. Leno Jr., W. Campbell, Miss Maty Forbes, MissOrmsby, Hdwnrd Hoyle, Geo, Reiuhardt. Solomon Inukea, Master A. Keech, A. P. Watson, II. U. Picker, Mrs. G. W. Paly, Miss Maud Paty, Miss Hyington, Mias Sherman, Miss Hilton, Misses Arnold (three), Misses Macey two, Miss F Lewis, R. Saddler, Miss Saddler, Miss Akauiti, Solomon La laukea, Miss Malterre, Miss Weight, Miss R. M. Osorio, R. L. Hosmer, Miss M. Negoro. Miss Winnie, K. D. Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Kennedy and L. Tobriner. A (inllnnt Kesciie. Policeman Mali! Louoaen, Sheriff An drews' crack mounted patrolman, made a brave rescue of a runaway horse nttnehed ciino Sta- lackt was nig in trout ol the stables on Wain- nueillie street, and to all appearances the horse was salely tied by a halter fastened to the bridle Int. . 1 ., i . ; uruve rescue ui u nuiawtiy norse lug to bond their employees. lo hack MounK lo tll. Vol( :ostofthcpreui.um. Cn 1 011 We, ,ast wueXy The , rds, Agent, II1I0, for parl.cn- J slandill in froul of ti1B staWcs Manaeer Wright snvs The L'rin has olice more become a ' tuts is a very bad way to tie up. and he popular mat'idy, owing, ihysician,s say, j has repeatedly warned his drivers against 1 2 3 4 5b Union Snecials o o I o o o Sg 4 1-8 Ililo Railroad 2 1022 In tlie second game, the Ponolmwaii to the continued dry spell which Ililo mid vicinity have been experiencing. P. o o o o- ' l,ec'i l,l,s been confined to his room the .' 1 p 1st week. W. 1. Stone has recoven d from Mr. and Mrs, G. H. Gere are the grip. . . . -i"i" . team defeated Moolienus by a score 01 u :usl rt.covcriK frolll an ntla(;k ()f u, nli toil. Owing to tlie williiirawat 01 Mrs w. H. Smitli i uiiilur tlie wenther Sept. Oct. Wuinkea Social Club from tlie senior league and Rainbow Falls from the juniors, it has been found necessary to re vise tlie schedule for the balance of the seisou. The new cchedule is as follows Sl'.NIOR I.KACUK. 1 r II. R. R. vs. Heainer Specials iS U. Spcc'ls vs. Heainer Spec'ls 25 lteainer hpecis vs. 11. k. k. 1 U. Specials vs. Henmcr Spec'ls ti Union Specials vs. II. R. R. 16 II. R. R. vs. Heainer Specials i( 23 Heainer Spec'ls vs. Union Spec'ls n jo II. R. R. vs. Union Specials JUNIOR J.ltAf.PI!. Spt. 11 Onomea vs. Ponohawni ,, iS Moohcatl vs. Onomea 35 Mooheau vs. Pouohawai Oct. a Pouohawai vs. Onomea ,, 9 Mooheau vs. Onomea 16 Pouohawai vs. Onomea 1( 23 Mooheau vs. Onomea t y, .Mooheau vs. Pouohawai from a like cause. All At Home, the practice. The horse, which is a rest less animal, worked the bridle over his nose and proceeded 011 a jaunt about town with an empty hack behind him. Start ing up Wninnuenue street some one headed the animal into Bridge streel. The hack and runaway horse made the entire circuit of Puueo, returning on the Pitman street bridge nnd started on a tear 'down Pitman street. In the meantime word was quickly sent to the Police Sta tion and Patrolman Main, with lasso in hand, went forth. He overtook the speeding animal in froul of the Ililo Hotel grounds and with a dexterous twist threw the rope oer the atiiiiMl's neck and brought the rig to a standstill 111 front of the First Foreign Church. No damage except to tlie bridle was found to have occurred, and Manager Wright is congratulating himself that the vehicle was not smashed nnd his hoise badly injured. I'm" 1111 Agricultural Colleire. The remilur Hoard of Trade ln-hi last week was not largely uttci hut a uoodlv number were pre hear the secietary's report of the trans actions of the ICxecutive Council and lo consider unimportant mailers which iMiue up for action. A letter of T.J. Ryan of Olaa, was laid before the body, whcieiii he called attention of the Hoard of Trade lo the question of the establishment of an Agri cultural College in the Territory of Hawaii. He recited the efforts made h himself at the first session of the legis lature in March 19,01, to secure the pass age of a bill providing for an Agricultural College to be located on a tnictof govern ment laud in Olaa. The hill was intro duced by Senator John T. Hrowuof Ililo, favoiably reported by the Senate com mittee on education, but for want of fuither time, it failed of passage. It appears-that Senator II. P. H.ildwiii wl.o was a minority member ofthecommittei , while favorably disposed to the estahlisl 1 tuent of an Agricultural College in tin Territory, advocated its location on Maui. Mr. K)iiu urged prompt action by the Ililo Hoard of Trade, looking to the establishment of such an institution on Hawaii, and referrtd to the reasons set forth in the article by JaredG Smith, ill charge of the United States Fxperi ineiital station, which appearselsewhere. Tlie letter together with enclosures were referred to the committee on agriculture, A delightful nt home was given Satur day afternoon by the Misses Lyman on I Waianueuue street in honor of Misses 1 lvlsie and Mabel Wilcox of I. lime, Kauai. I These young ladies have been absent on the ma'iul.iud attending school, and this I is their first visit to Ililo ami the Island I of Hawaii. There wasa large attendance I of the society ladies to meet them. New postal cards. Wall, Nichols Co. If your sewing machine is running ! hard, ilroppingstitches, or otherwise be I having badly, just call up Phone 178. How To a'voiii Thk Danc.pus Ol'A Col.n. Hvervone must realize the dan gers attending a severe cold, and that it is always (iruueiu u remain in-iioors mi- . . crrlin 1 Jnllnr ( lil tin. .f:nii...p lsii,sed. Mmiv. liniveivr. ne '"U .hLrrH?. J'!lu"r "m do not leel able to lose tlie tune ami will be interested ill knowing that a severe cold muy be broken up ami all danger ol Unamlier- not oulv cures, 'ouuteracts any leudcmy tow-aid pneumonia. For s'de by Ililo Drug Co. If the conjunction is one of the moon with that point opposite the sun, towatds which the earth's shadow is thrown, the moon would enter that shadow wholly 1 r partially, and the world would witness a lunar eclipse. While the total obscu ration of the sun by the moon may u.it be visible on Hawaii next Friday," there will be sufficient shadow h'ding the sun's rays to be clearly discernible. Owing to the intensity ol the sun's corona, during an eclipse the unprotected eye cannot withstand the light without the aid of smoked glasses, and to those lovers of natural phenomena who take the trouble, the sun's eclipse may prove interesting. - - KcIhik oNIip Convention. Harmony was the watchword! Prince Cupid was the recognized leader. Admiral Heckley demonstrated his con tinued popularity. Some of the delegntes in the Hilo de legation did not get all they asked for. After cleverly managing both the Terri torial and District conventions, Secretary Atkinson departed. Andrews wonders now where the flaw was in his program to make IMitor Slacker a central committeeman. The Sheriff's political manager dis covered too late that the time was not ripe for springing his boom. The Andrews-Stacker combination to dominate the delegation and gobble all convention honors lell by the way side. Kvery visiting delegate went home happy, satisfied with his own labors and the reception accorded him by Hilo and the Big Island. Prince Kuhio's speech rings true for harmony and in elucidation of the same theory, the reader should peruse, digest and compare the speeches of Secretary Atkinson and Candidate Smith. Copying the report of tlie Tkhiuni; and appropriating the wireless news of the war placed on the bulletin board, the Herald was enabled to publish a loose sheet "extra" late Saturday night, which was gratuitously distributed among de legntes to the District convention. One of the pleasant features of the Territorial convention was the gift to each of the delegates just prior to ad journment hy W. C. Peacock & Co. a handsome tray bearing the likeness of President Roosevelt. They proved to be popular souvenirs of the gathering. Some practical jokester in the crowd of delegates on the Kiiiau from Hoik lulu waylaid 400 Parker badges con signed to Sen. Palmer P. Woods, and, distributed the buttons among the re publican delegates aboard. Frank Thomp son called a mock democratic conven tion abonid Hockley's Hag ship, adopted n platform, and among other tilings de clared the nomination of Parker ami Davis off. Upon arrival at Kawalhae the buttons were collected and turned over to Senator Woods, who in his joy to meet the republican statesmen entrusted the package to a friend on board the Kinau and left the vessel without securing his badges. Upon arrival in Ililo the re publican conspirators were beset by tile phone messages from Kohala to return the badges us the Tammany braves in that neck of the woods were sorely in need of encouragement of this character. Vessels whose names appear OVKR the dale ARRIVK from the Coast. Vessels whose names appear HIJLOW the date DF.PART for the Coast. Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; (t) To Victoria; 11. C; () To Yokohama. h.h. Kiiiau departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday at 10:00 a S. S. Milium Loa'smnll closes in Ililo on Saturdays nnd Tuesdays IX) at 2:15 p. m arriving in Honolulu at daylight three days later. -O. 111. ys marked f i THE HENRY WATEBHOUSE TRUST 00. LIMITED. BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONOS SECURES INVESTMENTS NEGOTIATES LOANS WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ISSUES SURETY BONDS ACTS AS ADMINISTRATOR, EXECUTOR, TRUS TEE AND IN ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACITIES P. O. BOX 348. HONOLULU, HAWAII, VViVVVVfVVVVVPVtVVVWVVVfffVVVfl For the Ladies!! We Have Received by S. S. "Enterprise" "Gage Bros." Trimmed Hats "DRESSING SACQUES" White Shirt Waists, "Derby" SOIE NEW NECKWEAR AND A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF NEW TRIMHING LACES IN ALL WIDTHS L. Turner Co. Limited I ne. i com may ue nroKeu m ami iiicetiui! I "v,'I,,e'1 ' I'"-' I'rompt use it ended ' ''duVCough Remedy. It 11 .V.ni 1 i hut cuiesouiikly ami eon Serrno Incorporates. J.G. Serraohas incorporated his whole sale and retail liijuur establishments in Hilo. The name of the new corporation will Ltd., with main place ol business at Hilo, Hawaii. It will he capitalized at 25,000 and is in eorporatid for a period of fifty years. The purpose of the incorporation is to operate a wholesale and retail lujuor business. The ollkers of the corporation are J. IO. Serrao. president; C. 15. Wright, vice I 11Y DAY, VF,KK OK MONTH. I president; W. Couradt, treasurer; Win.' Neat and newly fitted. Centrally and I Fernandez, secretary K. T. Guard, ! pleasantly located on ' auditor. 1 ue auove ouiccrs nun Antonio W. H. BEERS INTKRFRF.TKR and TRANSLATOR (Kuglish and Hawaiian) Commission and Ilusiuess Agent. Will Act ns Administrator, Guardian and Kxeculor. Rents and Hills Collected.. Office with I. 1?. Ra. Telephone 146 9 FURNISHED ROOMS THE OLD RELIABLE pOYAi . Cabrinha audi. I. Kay constitute a hoard directors. I At 11 meeting held Thuisday week, J. O. Serrao was selected as manager of the new corporation. POWDER Absolutely Pure THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE I lloul lloiisu I'ropuM'd. 1 Secretary A, L.C. Atkinson has aroused renewed interest in a boat club, which j has been proposed from time to time in I Hilo, but not met with success heretofore. I In order to get n club started, Secretary I Atkinson has generously offered to pre 1 sent the proposed club with a gig from j the Healaul Iloat Club of Honolulu. At kinson is vice president of the Healailis and is very anxious that Hilo have a similar organization, so that later 011 it may compete wuu rioiiniuiu chins 111 in ter-'island boat races. W. I. Madeira and Ceo, N. Day have the matter in hand, ami it is believed a sufficient number of looi-l oarsmen can he found to form such a club. PITMAN STREET NEAR WAIANUENUE ST. Facing on Court House and Hilo Hotel Parks. A quiet, pleasant retreat. Terms Reasonable. C. F. BRADSHAW l'roprielor. 43 gmmmnimmmmmmmgi 1 HOT LUNCHES 1 p Quick Service 3, g Reasonable Prices g I MEALS l! COOKED TO ORDER 2i NAZON TIIK IIK'.III.Y-HKKI) KI.UCTIONKKK STALLION lllil.ONdlNO TO JAMItS HIND, KOHAI.A, WILL MAKK TIIJ5 SKASON AT HOOLULU PARK HlvCINNING MONDAY SKl'TKMHKU FIFTH Ladies, don't worry about how you nre ' 'KM 9:o A- M- T I2: HAII.Y to nrike your dress, but' sp-p in anil'coij.' IN CllAKCi; OP suit the "nullum 1 uly" at Moses & Kay. i .-, . - -& mouiv. 1W. T. McMANUS g REGULAR ORni I DINNER 6Uui I HILO BAKERY 1 1 RESTAURANT 1 Opon Till Midnight. 3 - 1 CO .s mJCmm O -" O CO ra CO o w o O im 3 rt o-l O 5 c c fl fli s o c o o IX H Wl -l vlMriJJ K'oa Lumber ill small and large .piauli- ties; well seasoned, WATCHES, DIAMONDS Furniture made to order, any style . wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol SILVER AND PLATED WARE f,ini,llir,. Prices moderate. Sorrao Cabinot Shop. J. D. KENNEDY Jowolor Apply tojosu o. surkao. i ' :;'- 1 'j , ' ? 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