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Tin IHrHrss Unmet ('nullum'. Local
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I'uteitd at lite Posinlllce ul
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RAT CRUSADE.
I'liiyri-H (llvrn (Musi Hill I ii ir.
The piellmiiury tournament wllliln Hie
llilu, Hn-lllilo Chest Cluli Ims been brought Hi n
close nml llic respective inetiilieri divided
iuli) cIiihmi according I" the number of
leant, h won nml lnt. The club lini Wen
IMIinr iliiilt'it into lime classet, Class II con-
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Manager. '""" M' , 7, ,7 ' 7 " Oen Kuropatkin will remain
' ......1. M iuli C.. 111. I 'aAt.i.iltL' nml i;rn. 1 '
I .III l. lllllltll. I1IIIUIII ViniVilHfn iv.! f
coininniHier-iu-einei.
mul Class C. columned of Dr. Hayes,
.Mis. Mnrsh, Mr. Klliot, Mrs. Ocre, nud . been promoted to Hear
Mow. lloUniul, Madeira nml Ridgway. succeed Prince Ukhtoinsky at 1'oit
CIti t wilt remain vacnnt, to he filleil ! a tli.llr
are
lints ii: nlwnvs n niennncc to
i.i i ...i i i...i.,...i ' iiioinotion from Class II as games
niaiiiu.imu ..-.. ,,t, ...,. u.mwu.. H((i ruu wi))e Uje Ioiior ai,fn1(,
ill (illh and dirt, which they thrive contIl,n nl ,, t,llP tl,re tlmn the four
in, there aie latent dangers which best players of the club,
one likes not to contemplate. The Ti e members of each class will play
Hoard of He.ilth in Ililoand Iiouo-' i-e game wiili exery other incmher ol
... . . , .. . ' the s nne class, ami at the end of this sec-
lulu have ltiauinirated an aggressive "" ' . .
.h ii , " "" roiiml llie four in class II huvinir the
campaign against latsand are daily j,,,,,,, ,w.CL.nlKC will go to clnss A.
killing hiindieds of these carriets of -r. rL.dniig three, together with the
disease, i three leaders of class C will form class 11,
Old warehouse, harns.abntidoned ' d the four l.iil emhrs will form class C.
, . ii , ,i.: ,t. ... I, ,...... Theicafler each class will play seperately,
houses, stables, chicken houses, , ,, m
. anil once a month challenge Raines will
yards and tiie basements of resi- ,K. j,,, wlu.n ,11Plllbt.r, nf i0WCr class
deuces are being fumigated and dis i,imv t.ilrtnt.gt. any player in the next
infected. Householders through-iclns. the winner going up and the loser
out the town and vicinity of Hilo 'down.
Should look to the cleanliness and " ' - tlnnl List Saturday
,, . ... . evening hvSherifT Atnlrewsanil will meet
sanitary condition ol their premises. ii(.xt SM(;t(lav nl l)e Jininp of fJri
for danger lurks at every nuiiiViintintiil.
door. I.ime and other disinfcclants i The wlieless unmes with Honolulu
are valuable means for the supprt.s
.sion of epidemics, and rat jioion
and traps should be set to catch the
rodentsj
He stated that I In p.oterniugl
turner was still maintained in the
TO THE TRIBUNE ',,!U,,,sur hv kw, nml Hint Cover-
i nor Carter was no less than an auto
crat, assuming the right to demand
res'gnatious of the heads of depatt
incuts in advance of their appoint
ment. He claimed this was un
American, unwise and contrary to
cither Republican or Democratic
doctrine. He charged this as beiiia
political chicanery and not possible
on the mainland. I Ie said the cflorl
of the admititstra ton nmcials to
compel self-respecting citizens to be-
(Contluueil from l'njje One )
fSI'liCIAI, nv wiuki.kss
St. Petersburg, .Sept 8 The
Russian army is to be divided un
der Generals Kiuevitch and Kaul-
Wirenius has
Admiral to
Noliee.
V. Alfl, nll.is Kee Hop, iiii-relnnl of
Ilonu.ipo, K.iii, Hawaii, li.ivluj; cxirntiil
n Deed of AnifMineut to the inideisicMed
ill behalf of his cirditors, niillce isheiehy
given to nil those imlehted to wild V. j
Akltomnke p.i)inenl lorthwilh, ami all
those who may h.ie claims against s.iid
V. Akl to present Ihrii claims to the nil
derxigned within thiiiy days from d.ite
.hereof. U. T. I'DUUHST, Assignee.
Hiinit.ipo, Kmi, Sept. 5, loot. 46-4
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
SCHEDULE
Ol'
8. S. ENTERPRISE
CALVES.
fPrinro T'.str Kimptnvitclt Ilkll
tomsky, who has just been removed co,c Hepubhcansi-i order to secure
as Rear Admiral at Port Arthur, is a ,lo,.lar. for a (h's 1,,or on, ,h.c
one of the most prominent figures l)l,hhc '"'provements of the 1 em
it, the Czar's domain. By prole -' tor' a" """'""B "nlieard of. This
sionhe U a statcnian and editor ' 1,c eallel1 "Hrl' 1" ,ilics'"
and has stood close to the Czar, j He made a strong appeal to the
In May he made a tour of the Home Rulers to join the Demo
United Stales, and although editor cratic party, wher he said they
of the St. Petersburg Oa.etle, upon I would have an equal right in the
have been progressing satisfactorily, nml
the members of the local club have
1 ibfired earnestly over the problems in
order to maintain the honor of Ullo.
lloth games are nl a critical noint, and
have been very closely contested by the
opposing clubs. At present it is impossi
ble to tell who will be the victors. The
his return was put in charge of
Russia's naval forces He is a con
servative in politics and favors re
ligious tolerance. Despite his fn m
adherence to an autocratic form of
Jersey mid Holsiein heifer cnlves, full
blooded or mixed, if three days old, will
be bought by JIM MOKRIS, Hilo.
Noli co.
All accounts due and owing the under
signed enn be paid to J. 1'. I'criiiiiule,
Jr., who is authori7ed to rt celpt lor mine.
46 M. O. SANTOS. ,
SiniSsoo: ''"""""
Juno 19, '04 July G, '04
July 23, '04 Aug. 0, '04
Aug. 20, '04 Sopt. 12, '04
Sept. 29, '04 J Oct. IG,'04
Nov. 2, '04 I, Nov. 19, '04
Doc. G, '04 I Dec. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
IWWVV VVVVVVIt
Tiik Fusion candidate of the
Home Rulers and Democrats for
senator, who is both a capable and movesthus far made are as follhws:
good man, lives not in Hast Hawaii.
His legal residence is in Kan.
and if elected to the Territorial '
senator, we would see the West
side of Hawaii represented by four
senators, namely, Senators Paris,
Woods, Hewitt and Shipmau,-1
while the windward side of the
island would glory in having ac
complished the result. In order to
secure representation, it behooves
the voters of Jv.ist Hawaii to vote
for John T. Drown.
Politics makes strange bed fel
lowsr Democratic Candidate Curtis
P. Iaukea, after trying the hard
couches of the Home Rulers and
Republicans, now reclines himselt
for a brief space upon the downy
b'ed of Democracy. Prom here he
sinus of the advantages of changing
political boarding places, like one
who becomes dissatisfied with lib
.surroundings because he cannot
raise the rent. We wonder foi
what other political establishment
Iaukea will next be a runner.
CiniruilKii Started.
While on the Islnnd of Hnwnii. Dele
gile Kuhio upon the advice of the re
publican le.uUrs here, decultd to rem liu
after the Territorial Convention and
make campaign hay while the sun shines.
He realizes that it is the early bird that
caches the worm, and proceeded to sound
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government of the party and of the
country. He extolled the advan
tages to be gained from being in the
party opposed to the administration,
and assured his auditors that if the
government for all Russia, his views j Democrats failed of election this
011 the conduct of the war have November, their fight was not
probablv been found too liberal. j without its results. "If we suc
St. Petersburg. Sept. S.-Kuro- CCC(l'" hesai(l "m BctUnR the Home
patkin repoits that lit- entire Kits-1 Ru,crs toJoin the Democratic Party,
sinn nrinv lias arrived at Mukden. I thcn we wiU h',ve (,0,,e something
The Crair has inspected the fleet at i which the Republicans never could
Krondstat. Russian anti-Jewish have accomplished. It remains
disturbances have broken out in ,10W for ,he democratic party being
southwestern Russia. organized within the Territory, to
The ami Jewish riots may be re- lakc ,ls ProPcr PJ as a P0,itical
garded as the result of the growing j "lor ,n u,c a,m,rs .' u,e ls,nn".s
: ..i 1 .ii.a.,:,f..,i I If there ever was a time 111 the Ins-
. ., . ..,,, ;.,,i r,..,rtc I tory of this country when citizens' Estimates furnished on
1.1 Russia. I he continued reverses , ulectHcal Work ,, Cont
of the Russian army have been t sed . i " 1 "- s"-
as a forcible weapon by Tolstoi and ,see lhat thc territory was not mis
other writers latelv for bitter denim-! """'"Red, il is ow " IIc rBed
ciations against the tyranny and wara11 K00(1 democrats, homq rulers and
policy of the Car. The Jews have, evc" "publicans who do not ap
been charged with inciting disloy- l,rove of ,he Governor's actions, to
alty among the peasantry mul tbclrise UP antl overthrow theremnants
assassination of von Plehve is at-! of lhe oliSarc' a,ul ils mihrle
tributed to Jewish influences. ; His speech was well received.
Krondsta Sept. 11. The Haltic """ ,Jli:r " " lu l B,wu "
fleet has sailed for Kaslern waters, ' Hawaiian, although his voice was
consisting of nine batteships, five ' H,HC wl-hkhu. wuviu nww.Ku,
cruisers, and several torpedo boat cauuiuaie ior me legislature anu
destroyers.
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Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.'
Houses Wired and
Lights Installed i
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In accordance with thc rules ol the Na
tional Hoard of Pire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
I'ixtures, Shades, Tabic, Jled and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand. I
Fan Motors . . . $151
Fan Motors, swbel frame 8 I
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them f i a month
Installation charged extra.
nil classes ol
Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
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' other speakers addressed the meet
ing.
To (live Sham Untile.
At a meeting held I'riday night the
the iin.1 cl irion note in the political ham mem ""! "':ers of Company I),
vard. After resting up Saturday and National Guard of Hawaii, finally decided
St. Petersburg. Sept. 11. Re
serves in twenty-two circuits of the Adopt Ity-Luws.
Odessa district have been called out. ) The Golf Club met Saturday evening
at the Hoard of Trade rooms to consider
Coming on Kliiau. (the report of the Committee on lly-laws.
, .. I I). IS. MeUger reported that the c in-
SPKCIAI. IIV WIRW.KKS. ffl,Uee ,, mAUe ny.Uyn govenllng
Honolulu, Sept. 12. The follow- !u,e iii0 Tennis Club wereadmirahle and
iug Hilo passengers wtie booked on 'adapted ton golf club, so with some
the S. S. Kinatl up to 12 o'clock modifications the same Hy-Laws were
adopted by tue Jluu. i lie initiation lee
wns fixed nl ten dollars ior gentlemen
and five dollars for ladies. The dues
noon today:
Prof. Zamloch, C. Zatnloch, L,ew
Y. Anima. Leong Wa Chan, Rev. I will he ten and six dollars per milium re
J. K. Kealaula, Jo. Marks and wife, ' spectively for gentlemen and ladies. The
P. Uartells, J. Willcock, J. T. Moir, li"kf' owr " Vu nre rnl)iin- MuS
t nr n 1 i n c? 1 11 i pnt into shape and will shortly he readj
J. V. dishing, R. C. Saddler and . ' ... , ' .
J bl , for use. A representative ofa Honolulu
wife, W. A. Rosey and wife, Major Mlorlillir ,roo,is house is exuected to
arrive Wednesday with a full line of golf
I outfits and individual c uipuiculs.
HOOLULU PARK
BEGINNING 'MONDAY
SEPTEMBER FIFTH
I'KOM QlOO A. M. TO 12:00 M. I1AII.Y
IN CIIAKGK Ol
T. McMANUS
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McClennan, Miss Wight.
iikmocuats ou.vri:.
Iaukea and Other Orators Speak to
a (iood Crowd.
to give a shelter lent drill and sham hat- j
tie at H 00 u hi l'ark on Sunday, Septem
ber 25th. The sham battle will give n 1
correct idea of field maneuvering under 'pliere was a fairlv representative
fire, showing the method of attack and audeHce of mc1 w()mcn aiul chil-
1-ftm.1t In iiititinti v will hritifr inln
use the.r field pieces, and preparations I dren gathered to hear the band co
are already in progress to make the battle
as realistic as possible. The spectators
can be shielded from the sun in the am
phitheater overlooking the field. The
cert Thursday night and inciden
tally to listen to the Democratic!
oratory as rendered by Curtis P. j
Iaukea, candidate for Congress ami
local Democratic leaders. Inter-'
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music and song
Sunday alter the convention, iucompau)
with John Wise, Archie Mahaula and I)
Kalauokalani. Jr. the Delegate went into
1111111, making speeches at Kopolio, Patioa,
and Kalapana on Monday. Tuesdaj
night a large meeting was held at Olaa.
an.l Wednesday night i o u 11 d t h e
the party at Wa.akea. llright and earlj
Thursday morning a start was made fin
I.aupahoehoe and Ham.ikua, and en
r.iiiii ;il vnrintis nlaces nloilL' the u.iv the
Hawa.iaus were gathered to see and hear :-l"-'ber tent drill will be a novel exhibi
I... 1... 1. i.it - ii.i... .....1.1... tion to most Hilo people, showing the
.t. ....... m.....i..r. rapiditv with which the company can i spersed between
I'lllVt rl'V-tl '(It'll- - t - f 1 1
They held a mi ellug Saturday night at pitch camp. It is stated that n regiment 1 the flow of oratory continued both
Watpi... which was largely attended, and ' Cl" K illto '"iporary camp with shelter I j Hawaiian and Iuiglish until a
then proceeded through Waimea to lCu- lf 't" five minutes. There will be J hour
lm. .inceCupid wdl continue l 1 Hon. C. M. UBlond kept the
jourmy through South Kohal.i, Koua and lw " r sl",rts nni1 haseball. The i:.f...i
Kan this week, catching the Manna Loa lnio,, Specials will cross bats with the crowd ... good .humor by his fund
lino iiauroaa team, ami an especially i oi JOKCS aim ruilCUie 01 repiioiieau
lively game is anticipated. I ideals as represented by "genial
Cipt. Fetter says the advertisement for jJnck AlkJlls0 an(, othcr htales.
bids will soon be made for the construe- .... , ...
tion of the new armory. The last Legis-. lc ' the Yo"B M.e s Kepublt
lature appropriated Js.ooo out of the loan .can Club. lie claimed that this
innil for a Hilo iirmory. The site has body was being used as a weapon
been selected and the only delay now is j ,0 ,Uilke laborers who desired work,
the letting of the contracts. The location ljol t,,e repul;licail rnnkSi He
of the armory will be just inaukn of the r . - , , . ,
I'ish Market on the Wnilukii river, and Bave no "Stances ofsuch being the
i will furnish comfortable ipiarters for the! case but 'relied upon a speaker's
soldier hoys. J license to say what he pleased with
out contradiction.
Candidate Iaukea arrived bv the
A CLEAN SHAVE
With Antiseptic Razors.
Hot I'ace llaths. Stylish Hair Cuts
Perfumes in Stock.
Ladles' Shoes 1'olished.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP
Opposite Courthouse, Hilo.
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For Elegant
Society
Stationery
HAVK NOW A 1'LKIiT OF
Gasoline Launches
and Small Boats
I'OR 1'UULIC IIIRH
1 assengers and baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and row boats to hiie
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONIC
AOKNl'S I'OR
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability ibis upial to the steam en
gine. Sizes from l'i h. p. upwards.
Iloats fitted with this engine or frames 01
any sie to order, l'or particulars applv
i to R. A. LUCAS. Manager
Invitations
Programs
Announcements
Call at Tribune Office
ALL KINDS OF
RUBBER GOODS
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. IMCASH, Fresident.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.. I. S. A.
Power of Attorney.
immmmimummmmmmu
During my absence from the Territory
of Hawaii, II. Vicars will act for me
under full power of attorney.
A. H.JACKSON.
Hilo August 19th, 1901. M-4-
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E. N. HOLMES
next Monday morning at Kailua. Re
ports received of their progress is en
outraging.
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Another Surprise Purl).
Friday evening witnessed another very
Miccessful and enjoyable surprise part).
A number of the friends of Mr. and Mrs
T. T. Chae met at the home of Mrs.
Keith F. M.ickic and making up a bus
load of meir) makers proceeded to the
Chave residence at Reed's Hay. The silt-
prise w.h complete, but the hospitable
host nml hostess gae a cordial welcome
and thiew open the double parlors and
lanai to thedanreis. During the course
of the cNtuiug J. I". Smith proved him-
self a chef by m iking a palatable Wt lsh
rarebit. Among those piestnl beside the
host and hostess, were Mr. anil Mrs K
F. Mackie, Mr. and Mrs. Miiiuhy, Mr.
The Penult).
No man has a rieht to run the risk of
tjing up his own affairs and of possible I Kinau Thursday afternoon and was
bankruptcy in going surety 011 other peo- more or less fatigued by the trip,
ple'sbouds. Depending upon the honesty He spoke, however, briefly to the
and bus.uess ability of another, a u.au Wv(, which UsU.)lc(1 Q ,,;,. fe.
with a f.imilv may so obligate himself ns .... , .
u.r..riiv..i.urri.....i.in...iii..n.i.nu., marks attentively and without -in
mid Mrs. Campbell. Mrs j. s Can.irio. fotUnuV mny .icwml upon the succehs or terruptiou. His main argument
Mrs. H.N. Hitchcock, Mis. i). a. Loe- fiilire (f i,s ,ricj,ai. why run this was an appeal to the voter to aband
liensteiu. Misses Iviton, Schuildt, Anita , , ..' , ,. .... . .
I mIi.m. " o- r" nil iuc ie.-iuiuiiL.iii 11.11 1 y .11111 ii-
Can.nio, Marie Cauano, Ilerlli.i
ilies 111 the field fully prepared and will-
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j") I. II. Smith. Victol Hard. Dr. n.g to accept such risks at u i.oiu.nal per
Aii'hef Irwin, J. D. Ki lined), O. W. cent, of pieiuiuni? I, J. Richards is
Uo'i- and IC. II. .Moms, .aeut lor the Pacific Surely Co., Hilo,
iiiiiiistiation and vote for a new
regime, which he promised would
be just as good if not belter,
GIVES
UNEXCELLED
SERVICE
Prompt
Delivery and
Accuracy
Guaranteed
FOR RATHS, IILANKS, F,TC.
APPLY TC)
E. E. RICHARDS
AOF.NT INTFR-ISLAND TFLIv
GRAPH CO., HILO.
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and Groceries
Boots and Shoos
Hats and Caps
Haberdashery
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture ami
Hedding'
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Hugs, Matting mid
Grass Cloth
Wagons and Carriages
WUANUENl'IC
STRFHT
NF.AR 1IRID0IC
E. N. HOLHES
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