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Delicious butter.
TtltlHT Co., I.tll.
Mis Hiiivlii Feck wctil lo Ilium nlii on
Friday for several work's visit.
Mr. mill Mri. I.. Scvrriiueo returned
frimi Mmil on last Thutsduy.
Mi 4. Tom Cook mill children of Olmi
letutncil fiom lloiiolnlii on Thursday.
Miss Mnsayn Alakawti is the new J"lsi
iiesc sali'sliiily nl I.. Tiiini'i it Co., Mil.
Miss Mnrgart Ciillon of Honolulu It
vislling Mr. mill Mr. (leo. Ross of Iln
kntnii. between five mill six iliniiinml bunches
of Imnntms will be shipped liy the Killer
prise today.
Mrs. Uolierl llawhursl, Sr.,ls visiting
her daughter Mrs, Ronald C. Kennedy,
at Wuiakc.i.
"ICouii colli p," our own roast, guaran
teed free from nil adulteration.!,. Tur
ner Co., I.til. I2tr
Jolin Frnver, formerly of Wnlunkn. litis
accepted n position ns timekeeper itt-lhc (
reeekeo Plantation. I
Mr. mill Mrs. W. II. Stein left Insl '
Friday for Honolulu, where Mr. Stein
will locate H:riiimieiitly.
We still tnkcin exchange old machines
for New Singers, Cull nml see or" plume
Moses & Hiiynionil. Phone i;S.
The Ilito Court House is being miicli
Improved by Hie new ro.it of piiinl. Tile
work is being ilone by David Kwaliko. I
We get no Coal mall lliii weet .
Tlie F.nlirptlsc mall closes for the
Ciil nlo o'e ock this morning.
A houm'tug liiliv 1xiy was lioril to Mis.
Pud Itmlelson Wednesday evening.
C ir1 ,S, Smith In iillend.inee nt the
Tax Appeal Court in Kohala litis week.
Mrs. II. K. Shaw is visiting Dr. and
.Mrs. X. Uuisel nl Mountain View, Ohm.
Miss Slelln l'eek will accompany her
father to the Coast, leaving on l'riilny via
Honolulu.
I). A. I.ncbcnslelll left on l'riilny for
Kohala, where he expects lo ilo some
survey work.
Dr. John J. Ornce expects to hen
passenger on the Mongolia lo the coast
on the 3.th
Keep your clollies in sliipe hy using
"CJooil l'orni" clothes hangers Moses &
Unyiuouil have them.
J. S. Shomuaker ami family of Utikui.
haele left on l'riilny for Culvi, where they
will locate permanently.
Mr. I'. Peek, accompanied hy Miss
I'eck leave l'riilny for the coast having
hooked on the Mougotin.
Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Lake will occupy
the small cottage adjoining the residence
of. Mrs. Sass on Pitman sttcet.
Mr. nud Mis. Chns. Hitchcock have
been spending the past week at 1'ohnka
loa. s,vniih-'s, Volcano road.
Xexl Saturday, September 17th. is He
HcrHwr Puis W nil hrrliri1 In riuirgo Tin
During Omii Aliseiii'i.
Win. I'lotenhaner,' In coiupiiiy with 1 Owing to the steady dtizle which
his iiltonu'), Abe Lewis of Honolulu, ur-I started in about the middle of the first
rived on the Maui last week and up to jgnnie Sunday afternoon, the playing was
the time ol his ilep.ittute on I'ridnv spent ' rather logy mid not up lo the standard.
most of his time looking over lite l'uiia 1 Whether ow ng lo climatic conditions or
THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART
J3XXliVIjLSJ3lS, 11)04.
MAILS AUIUVIt IN IIONOKUKP AND DI'.I'AUT AS FOLLOWS:
(tniffi ll.iv mill liv nflipiiil tirocl.ini.ition of
II. Iluckfeld & Co. hiivebeennppoif.ted , lJu. Ctnvmm ,,,,. ,, i10,lny.
M. C. Santos of the A Sella, the Portu
guese weekly, left l'riilny for l'.ila, Mnui.
The A Sella will he edited hereafter by
Autoite Oak.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Stone returned
Saturday from n week's journey overland
through Hniuaktia, experiencing n very
enjoyable trip.
The Registration Hoard, consisting of
S. K. Desha, Jos. I'rllcliinl nml Kugene
Kymati, began its labors at l'iretuan's
Hall yesterday.
I'resh racket gut, fresh tennis balls by
mail. Wall Nichols Co.
The Mises I'otncroy gave n thimble
parly on Monday afternoon of last week,
which was largely attended by the
younger society set.
Mrs. Julian Moutsarral was a Ilito visi-
tor l'riilny, returning to Kapapala Ranch
sold agents for the well known cigntelte
tobacco "Kittle Joker" l'lace otir
orders now.
Miss Daisy Kishmnn and Miss N-llie
Mcl.enu, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Rosnt Hnkalau, have relui tied
to Honolulu.
Mrs. IJ. W. Il.1r11.1nl and son, who have
been visiting the family of H. 15. Richards
for the past week, returned to Kaupnhoe
hoe on Saturday.
Miss Harriet Hitchcock, who has been
visiting friends mid relatives in the Fust,
returned by the S. S. Hnterprise, greatly
improved in health.
It is Rtnted Hint 1'. C. Hcnmer, the bike
man, on his recent trip around the island,
invested in some live stock, purchasing a
pair ol fine calves at Hnnokaa.
Mr. and .Mrs. John T. Moir and d.iugh
I.... .nni.ill.Aii ..'..lit In 1 Irmr.lillll Ifrt. ,
1 ,.! .. 1 m:. t ..!... ,'h mi hitnril.iv inoriiiug, accmupauieil by
,!., Ailuo i.ritiiiv nml Altn I-nllisi1 will I nf
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enter Puniihou Preparatory School.
Miss Mnbel Gee, formerly in chnree of
the I'liuiiciie hospital, Mnui, has- been
secured by Drs. Grace & Irwin as nsn'st
ant lo Miss Squires nt the Ilito hospital.
Mr. mid Mrs. I'red C. Smith, who re
Miss Hen Taylor of llonunpn.
tier Sixteenth Itlrlliiluy.
Twenty-four young ladies were enter
tained by Mrs. Win. McKay Inst Wednes
day afternoon nt her home in l'uueo. The
turned to Honolulu 1
made many warm friends din lug
their brief visit in llilo, both socially and
otherwise.
Mis. H. I'axon Bishop and Miss Mar
garet Walker, who have been guests of
.Mrs. Jufian Monts.irrntt on theslopisof
Manna K0.1, were relucting passengers to
Honolulu Friday.
II. K. Williams, of Puna water fame,
left Friday evening on the Schooner
Charles Kevi Woodbury for Honolulu,
from whence he may determine to go to
the Mainland on business.
N. C. Willfong, Tax Assessor, accom
panied by Attorney II, K. Ross and
Malcnm Springer, stenographer, left for
Kohala Friday morning to attend the
hearing of the tax appeals.
Mrs. Geo. Desha, who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Sieinseu, re
turned to Honolulu on Friday, accom
panied by Mrs. Sieinseu and child. Mrs.
J. J. Dower was alsoof the patty.
Miss lieu Taylor, who has just returned j
from a visit back to her old home in Vir-
gima, stopped ill Hilnoti Thursday and
Friday 011 her return to Homiapo, where I
she is principal of the public school.
Rev. Robt. A. Buchanan, a unlive of'
Canada hut a graduate of Auburn Semi-,
Friday, have occasion was a surprise party given in
honor of the sixteenth birthday of Miss
Dorothy Sumner. Invitations were con
fined to Miss Sumner's girl friends under
sixteen and a very enjoyable afternoon
was spent by the young Misses as well as
the grown-ups. Miss Sumner was the
recipient of many beautiful gifts which
she treasures as pleasant memories of the
happy event.
The llcllpsc.
The eclipse of the sun which occurred
last Friday morning between 8 and to
o'clock, was very distinct and generally
ols-rvcd in 1 1 ilo and vicini y by those
whose attention had been called to the
phenomenon by the Tkiiuinh's an
nouncement the Tuesday previous. Some
fun was had among the Japanese by
practical jokesters, who declared the
eclipse of the sun's disc meant the eclipse
of the Japanese empire, whose national
colors consist of a hla.ing sun on a white
field.
Horn.
Hahthi.S III llilo, Hawaii, September 7,
1904, lo the wife of Paul Ilartels, a boy.
plantation, of which he hns been up
xitilcd recrlver. Despite the rumors of
the all iiiilnntiH'iil of the place, Receiver
l'fntenhauer found the plantation in very
fair condition. Owing lo the scattered
condition oflhe fields, the property will
never prove 11 profitable plantation under
corporation management, but Mr, l'folcli
hatter believes it am be successfully
operated by the contract system to small
planters. Altemly contracts have been
let for the care nml cultivation of the cine
now growing, which presents a fine ap
pearance nud promises a good crop.
Theie are l,y laborers, mostly Chinese nt
Kapoho and perhaps 11 hundred nl I'ahnn.
Mr. I'fotculmucr finds ll impossible to
spend his etitite lime in l'uiia, mid dur
ing his absence has put Charles Weather
bee in charge. Mr. Weatheibee hns been
the plantation bookkeeper for many
years, since the inception of the Putin
Sugar Co., is well ncipi tinted with the
fields mid will make n capable assistant
to Mr. l'folenhauer. Messrs. l'foleiihatter
ami Lewis relumed lo Honolulu 011 Fri
day's Kiiiau.
A Izard (hiiiiiug.
.amloch the Magician, after closing n
most successful engagement at the Or
plieuin in Honolulu, will come lo llilo
giving three entertainments nl Sprcckels
Hall, beginning Thursday night, Sept.
15th, 16th and 17th. I'rof. Zitnloch has
not been to llilo for fifteen years, but his
performances are much improvAl and he
has steadily grown in popularity. His
basket trick hns 11 world wide 'reputation
and in.iny Hilnites will welcome to our
midst this gieat mid clever performer.
Popular prices will prevail, but reserved
seals will be on sale at the Drug Stores
on Thursday.
A (.'limping I'll tty.
A camping party consisting of W. II.
Knmhert, C. H. Wright, R. T. Guard,
Daniel S. llowmau mid W. I. Madeira
leave early Thursday morning for n two
weeks outing on the slopes of Mnuun
Koa They will enrry a wall tent, blankets,
provisions mid a camp outfit to last them
a mouth, if they determine to slny that
long. The exact location of their camp
has not bccu'dctermincd upon, but will
be about thirty miles distant, in Aiunhou
district, .nlongsideof the 1SS1 flow, where
it is reported there is good hunting of
gnme such ns quail, plover, wild pigs, etc.
A Snell l'nrly Tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Holmes will be the
host and hostess nt a large dancing party
to be given at their elegant .home this
evening. Preparations have been in pro
gress for the past week nud a mammoth
pavilion has been constructed on the east
side of the house, covering one-half of
the lawn. The floor has been polislud
ns smooth as glass and the roughness of
the structure removed by natural greenery
anil decorations of ferns and plants.
Fully 11 hundred invitations have been
extended nud if rain does not interfere, n
large nttendence is expected.
New .Meat .IlinKel.
This morning the Union Meat Market
open their new quarters in the Fish
Market. They will occupy one-quarter
of the entire market space, and have
fitted up the place with meat racks, blocks
mid large refrigerator in which n large
supply 01 iresu meats will lie kept on
h.tud at all times. They propose to make
a specialty of the family trade nnd give
prompt attention to telephone orders.
J. I?. Rogers & Co, are proprietors, Tele
phone 122.
New postal cards. Wall, Nichols Co.
nary, New Vork, has accepted the pastor- r, "" " 'VN,m' l " "' '
", , ..,,',. '., , , ! Coi.n. Fvervoue iimst realize the ilau-
ute of the Kohala Union Chinch, having ors ,ulclHg severe cold, and that it
Hrrived at his destination 011 last week. is always prudent lo remain iu-doors tin-
Ily observing the Tkiiiunk mail chart i tlie'lHi'pr is passed. JIany, however.
, , , , do not feel able to lose the time and will
appearing elsewhere, it will he seen that 1 be jmuru.,! j knowing that 11 severe
the Manna I.oa's mail closes Satunlnv at ! cold may be broken tin mid all danger
2:15 p.m., arriving nl Honolulu in lime ' uvoided by the prompt use of Chamber
to catch the Aorangi mail -r the Coast. , J;;;",;!- "
Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Akau gave a fare-1 tendency toward pneumonia. For sale
well luaii Thursday evening at their resi-' !' Hilo Drug Co.
deuce ii' l'uueo in honor of Miss Hattie -
Defries, who has been visiting friends
and relatives 111 Hilo for the past three
weeks.
Surveyor A. II. Loebenstein has been
authorized by the Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry to plat the proposed forest
reservation as recommended by Forester
R. L.Hosmer, extending from Hilo to
Hmuakua.
Dr. John' Holland has moved into his
new offices nt the corner of Pitman and
THE OLD RELIABLE
King streets.
has completely reno
vated the cottage that stands there ami
made the corner a very attractive place.
The Doctor retains his family residence
oil Wniauueuue street.
Ill giving the account of the changes at
the llilo Hoarding School, the Tiunu.Ni'
omitted to state that Rev. S. L. Desha
anil Rev. C. W. Hill will cooperate with
Rev. C. K. Shields in the theological
class which it is proposed to form in that
school. The class will be small, but it is
hoped to make the work helpful to
Undent in this branch of the work, ,
RpYAl
Oepurt by S. h. llulerprise.
Tlie S. S. Hutcrprisc leaves this morn-
1 iug at 10 o'clock fur San Francisco with
11 cargo of sugar, bananas nud a small
j passenger list. Those hooked to leave
1 are Mrs. R. Newman, who has been visit
ling lier daughter, Mrs. II. J. Lviiian a
Puna, Mrs. W. G. Walker mid two chil
dren of Ookala, Mrs. Franklin C.irty of
jl'apaaloa, Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Ward and
1 two children of Ohm, J. K. Fierce, Henry
j Dillon, besides seventy Japanese steerage.
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1 Doner (irnnteil.
1 Judge Parsons on Fiiday morning
handed down his decision in the Notley
will ease, granlilii' the prayer of the
, widow's petition for the admeasurement
of dower., and appointing U. A. Molt
Smith ol Honolulu, special Master in
Chancery' to admeasure same. Wise, ap
peared with Kinney, McChinnahan mid
Cooper for the widow, mid Ridgway &
Ridgway, Cecil llrown, and
Stanley for respondents.
the rabbit font which I. C. lleamer sc
cured 011 his trip around the Island, his
SH'cials won. their fit st game from the
black Diamonds. Sp.inhliug pitched un
til the seventh Inning for the Hilo Rail
road boys, when Jack Williams was put
in the box in order to save the game.
Kittle Harry Matto tossed the lull for the
lleamers mid did good work, holding out
until the ninth Inning. Solomon caught
hut seemed unable to reach second base
with his right arm throw in His usual
style. The game was satisfactorily um
pired hy Dick Kymau nt the hat and I.ou
Rogers in the the field.
The game was undecided (mill the
ninth inning mid neither the crowd nor
players would leave the field despjle the
unpleasantness of the weather, until the
decisive run was made by the lleamers in
the first half of the ninth. The Rail
road hoys failed to even up, and thegiime
stood 9 to S at the close. The game be
tween Onoiuea mid l'ouuhnwnii was not
played, because of the rain. Following
is the score by Innings of the first game:
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llcniitrr Specials .. I o o 3 o 3 o 1 19
Rilo Railroads 2 n 3 1 o o I I o H
SUMMARY.
Hy Hcumcr Specials: Runs Kclcen 1,
Morehead I, Marliti I, Solomon 2! Siein
sou 2, Rowland I.Molta 1. Douhlcl'lnys
4. Passed Halls 4. Struck Out Ily
Motta 2. Two-base Hits Tevis mid
Rowland. First Hase on Halls Hy Motta
4. Left on liases 8.
Hy Hilo Railroads: Runs Johnnie 1,
Dorian 3, Spalding I, Williams 2, Moors
I. Passed linllH I. Double Plays t.
Struck Out Hy Spalding 5. Two-base
Hits Johnnie (wiper) mid Dorian. First
Base on Halls By Spalding 5. Keft on
Base 9.
Tiro I'nrdons (Iran ted.
On the occasion of the recent visit here,
Secretary A. K. C. Atkinson was instru
mental in granting the pardon of t wo
Porto Rican young men Jose Maria Rod
rigues nud Herman Mcncdez, who were
sentenced to five year's imprisonment
each on January 8th, 1902, for hi hway
robbery'. The affair will be recalled as
being one of the first ol the series of dis
turbanoes growing out of the introduc
tion of 1'orto Ricaus into the Territory.
A Japanese stnge driver rushed bareheaded
into the police station one night about
two yenrs ago, with a story of a thrilling
experience with Porto Ricnu highway
men. HeN claimed he was about two
miles from town 011 the Volcano road,
when two masked men came from either
side of the road, cut the traces of his team
which thereupon ran away. Finding no
booty in the vehicle, according to the
Jap's story, he was permited to come to
Hilo upon a promise to return with
money for the robbers.
The police accompanied the Japanese
to the spot and found the two men stand
ing guard over the rig. Their excuse
was that when they came upon the
Japauesi stnge and found the horses en
tangled in the harness, they offered the Jap
assistance cutiug the tugs and the
horses escaped. They promised to
watch over the vehicle until the return
of the Japanese with assistance. The
jury brought an indictment, nud the
circumstantial facts were admitted as
above outlined. The two Forto Ricaus
have been laithful prisoners ami Sheriff
Andrews believed sufficient punishment
had been meted out to them, in view of
the circumstances of the case. Tlij
Governor acting upon the report of the
Sheriff and Secretary Atkinson, granted
the two pardons last week.
S. I M. T. W. T. F. j S.
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ossein whose names appear OVKR the dale ARRIVH from the Coast.
Vessels whose iinines appear BUKOWthe date DKPART for the Const. f
Destinnllon of Vessels () To Snn Francisco; ft) To Colonies: (1) To i
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Victoria: It. Is.: (Ji T,. v,t-,l,in '
S. h. Kinnu departs from Hilo for Honolulu every Friday nl to:oon. m.
S. h. Manila Koa'smnil closes in Hilo on Snturiluvs mid Tuesdays m.-irkei
(X) at 2:15 p. 111., arriving in Honolulu nt davlighl three days later.
THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO.
LIMITED.
BUYS AND SELLS
REAL ESTATE,STOGKS AND BONDS
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,
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! For the Ladies!!
Kluittt Departures September '.).
Mrs. J. J. Dower nud children, W. II.
Stein nml wife, F. J. Walker, W. W.
Chamberlain, M. KnreuJ, G. II. Brown,
Miss Gertrude Kuliiis, Miss Bessie Kuhiis,
Mrs. Dr. Bond, Mrs. John Hind, Misses
Hattie (two), Miss M. Stuhblebeeii, Mrs.
Chns. Siemseu and child, Miss Defries,
Mrs. Geo. Desha, Miss McCarthy, Mrs.
Geo. W. l'nty, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. San
tos nud child, J. Withcock, C. J. Fishel,
Missjakeus, Master Jakens, II. Axtel,
John Akau, C. Sweitzer, Theo. Wolff,
Fben I.ow nnd Inmtly, J. T. Moir and
wife, Misses Moir (two), Miss Rogers,
Miss Fmelie Feck, Miss Margaret Wal
ker, Mrs. K. Faxon Bishop, Mr. mid
Mrs. Fred C. Smith, Abraham Lewis,
Win. l'foteiihauer.
Xinv .Names Added.
We Have Received by S. S. "Enterprise"
"Gage Bros;" Trimmed Hats
"DRESSING SACQUES"
White Shirt Waists, "Derby"
SOHE NEW NECKWEAR
AND A LARGE ASSORTHENT OF
NEW TRIMHING LACES
IN ALL WIDTHS
L. Turner Co.
Limited
1 HOT LUNCHES 1
p Quick Service
g Reasonable Prices g
i MEALS i
COOKED TO ORDER l
g REGULAR
H DINNEK UUS
25c
POWDER
Absolutely Pure
7HERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE
At the meeting of the Hilo Cotillion
Ilomles it I Club, held last Friday afternoon, n num
ber of new members were ndded to the
roll, including I). I. MeUger. W. Frost,
llli'Cl Olllcui-K. j Misses Herlha I.oebeusteiu, Stephanie
At the annual meeting of the Catholic ,1' Jil11' CJuaril; also Mr. nud Mrs. W.
Ladies Aid Society, held September 51I1, 1 II. C. Campbell, Mr. nud Mrs. Raiding,
at the Sister s School, the following offl. ' Miss Minnie Schmidt and Dr. Archer
cers were elected for the ensuing year: ' , ,
President, Mrs. W. II. C. Campbell; Vice ' Irwiu-
President, Mrs. G. F. Auonso; Treasurer, ' '
1 Mrs. R. A. Miens; Secretary, Miss M. j Kinnu Arrivals.
C",,"ri"- ... i I). Yauo, Rev, C. Mayaguwa, Miss M.
' First rnrclgll Ohm-ell. !Til,y,0r.!C- ,!' '''"kea, J. Menase. John
i Like, Miss Hen lnylor, Miss M. Cation,
.Sabbath, Sept. iS, u a. ni. "He was I Mrs. T. Cook, child nud maid; Mrs. C. 1.
1 trausligiired before Iheiu." Mk. y:?. Dins, J. Wright, II. M Hierce, Mm. R.
1 7:30 ji. 111., "Jacob called the name ol the 1 Nelson, Master mid Misses Fetter (4) nnd
place Heihel." Ceu. aS:iu. mld, II. It. llehr, Mis. I,. Self nnd child,
' '1 he evening services will be continued Mr. mid Mis. I, Severance, Miss M.O.
j from this dute, Oee,
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Coa Miniber in small and huge riiinnti-
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WATCHES, DIAMONDS Furniture mnde to order, any style
wr-n ... n. .r..,.n wauled. Repairs made on any kind ol
SILVER AND PLATED WARE furniture. Prices n.ode.ate.
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