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Tim wiffiKiv ini.t) 'HilnUNn, mi.a' Hawaii, Tuesday, suptumukr .ay, 1004,
WHAT THEY THINK OF US.
In tflilo CkvUntuc.
The Hilo Tk I nu.s-K has changed ' Iiici'I'hIIiic .'inirrum Oiitllunl
TUKSDAY - SUI'T. 27, 190). I Hmtny of puMicntioii from Friday Fur l Jh-plhiir.
t : - rrrr - to Tuesday of each week, mul in The first meeting of the Milo Teachers
Hntcitdnltlie Postofficc nl Hilo, Ha
waii, us second-class mntti'
I'llllMSIIKP KVKUV THHSHAV.
J. Casti.h Kiih.wav Kditor
I). W. Maksii
liM week's issue contained mi ex-' "''' '"-'lil " Friday October 7,
celleni war map of Manchuria and ;"1 ll'r ""'"" '' .New "1""" "
.. , , ,. ,i f. ' he elected, and 11 mtiiilicr of liitcrcMlnu
Korea. Under the editoi.ship of J. 1Jape ren(1 Thc 1)n,Krn1 , ((s M,ow,.
Cnsle Ridgway the Tmm'NK iH1rajcr Mr. Shields
vf 0K jvjksiii;nt
CHARLKS WARRKN FAIRBANKS
roil niiMOATi' to conoki'ss:
JONAJI KUIIIO KALANIANAOLK
I OK SHNATOKS.
JOHN T. 11ROWN
i.koiu.k c. iwwrrr
W. 11. SHIPMAN
JAMKS 1). LKWIS
CARL S. SMITH
llieril. ol l,ll-Aiiswori.i1 In- ll.ilio nf Im
I te'estlng Kvents from lliiwiillau His
. ., . i 1 Minutes of Last Meeting.
I)KViU.fii-MKNl is the watchword Klec,oil oromc(.f
of the age, and ihe Maui News. ,cll, jxcri.jM. Calisthenics
nnhtUlicil nt Wailuku. is ramcllv ! The Union School.
I ' ' ' ... ! ....
coining to the front as one of the -""- "T MrsVTn -I'"' l,nniw-
Class Kxercise Ilvuictie
Kxhibitlon of School Material p.nd Hooks
most progressive weeklies in the
islands. Like the Tkihunk, Kditor
Robertson litis secured a wireless
service on Ifridn.s which enahks
him to print the latest disuatches
up to the hour of publication Satur
day morning- The paper has
evolved from a four to a six-page
edition, the plant has been removed
into more commodious quarters and
enhanced with a drum cylinder
press. C. I Clement, n former
Hilo newspaper man, is businiss
With the Republican ticket in
the field, and organization perfected,
attention must now be directed to,
getting out the vote on election Til K mistake peonle who are los
day. The only danger that seems iug chickens make is that they
r tii. i.....t,i.v.nf, .nit I should immediately report to the
uowtocrnfront the Republican out-1 ' ' . ...
look is that of over confidence. One
of the most important pr requisites
is to register. The fact that voters
placed their names upon the roll
two yeais ago, does not avoid
V-iiiitlv furnished by Milton llrndlcy
I r! 1 r.. '
nun viiiiii mm !!f.
Paper The Si. l.ouis I'nir
lly One Who 11ns Keen Tliere.
Viicntion Ktperiences A (.ellrrnl Kxer
cise in which It is hoped nil will join.
WllHKKAS, The Act to provide n
Government for the Territory of Hawaii
provides llml n general election sh.ill be
held on the Ttiesduy next after the first
Monday In November, A. I). 1904, it ml
Ihnt nt least forty days before any election,
the Governor shall Issue nn election pro
WmtKKAS, It Is provided in the Rules
mid Regulations for Administering Oaths
mid Holding Klectinns that no change
shall be made as to the botimlnries ol
any precinct within sixty dajl of elect-1
Now, Tiikkki'okk, III accordance
therewith, I, (.eorj;e R. Carter, Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give
notice that a general election for a Dole
gnte to the House of Representatives of
the United States to serve during the
I'ifty-nlnlh Cojigress, and for Senators
nnd Representatives of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, will be held on
Tuesday, November 8th, A. I). 1904
throughout the Territory between the
hours of 8 o'clock n. 111. and 5 o'clock p.
Thc Senatorl.il Districts arc as follows:
l'irst District The Island of Hawaii;
Second District The Islands
Kau lj ing between South Kona Mini I'll
Tolling place Wuinliimi Court House.
Kir.imi I'HiicistT The remainder of
rolling place l'ahal.i School House.
The electors in the fotegolng Repie-1
seiltallve Districts are eiil.llliil In elect 1
RepreselltatUes as follows- '
In thc Pirst District four;
In the Second District four.
In the Third District six;
In the I'onrtli District six;
In thc I'lfth District six;
In the Sixth District four.
IS Tl'STlMONV WllKKiioi', I haveheie
MAT80N NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Juno ID, '04
July 23, '04
Aug. 2G, '04
unto set my hand and cau-ed the seal of Sept. 29j '04
the Terrltorv of Hawaii to be nfl'ixed.
Done at the Capitol, 111 Honolulu, this
29th day oT August, A. D. 1904.
G. R. CARTICR,
Governor of Hawaii.
July G, '04
Aug. 0, '04
Sopt. 12, '04
Nov. 10, 04
Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
Neil I.oiIki- I'Iiikk.
The Kal mi Lodge of Perfection have a
handsome new Masonic Hag, red in color
with a while triangle, which Hies over Molokai, Lanal and Kahoolawe;
their hall on the davs of their tiHetings. t Third District The Island ofOahu;
Hawaii Chapter No. 1, Order of K.istcrn I I'onrtli District The Islands of Kauai
Star have adopted a white (lag with a and Niih.iu.
blue star, which is a recent acouisition. ! The electors in the said Senatorial
police Station when they find chicken , The Hlks flaunt to the breves n blue Districts are entitled to elect Senators as
thieves in the coop nnd not wail , banner with the words 11. l o. K., as a follows:
.. ., .". .- .,. f !. . .... ftliMi.il (rir tin i.iillii'rtlti. nf llin lipril. All I 1. it... t.-l, rMctIf.i .
tinill aner uic cuiprus j;ei uwiiy.n - " - " lMV- "' i'1-.nn.i. iv, t
are iasiy aim auracuve. i in tiie Second District two:
... I J,, tle Third District three;
A Hilo rnlllll'l's Panic. In the Pourth District one.
Some Interesting oil piinlings of the i The Representative Districts. Regist-
Meals Cooked to Order
V. r ,r
Hawaii; mi n niirntf nrnTinnmiT r r w
ofMani.iniLUdflttintdiftunHNi c ii
Open Till Midnight.
with their plunder.
SiiKKU'i Andri'.ws threatens, if
necessity of recording your name all this t'alk about chicken thieves jwai
and lesidence ngain. Under the 'docs not stjip, that lie will get out Wc,n
iian Islands are exhibited nt 207 ration Precincts ami foiling Places are
. Third street, by IJ. L. Scovlll, an as follows:
those persons I his gum boots and hunt for this artist of Hilo, Island of Hawaii. The PIRST DISTRICT,
whose names appear on thc lists of (prowlers himself.
the Registration Hoard are entitled
to cast a ballot on November 8th,
and n6 more important feature of
the campaign presents itself than
that of getting indifferent voters to
rpiister. Absenteeism fiotn the
press uotires, the
According to th
comic opera "Snid l'.ish.i," given on
September 15th at the Opera Mouse, for
the benefit of the Mjrtle Ho it Club, was
the most elaborate and successful amateur
polls on election days always results , performance ever given in Honolulu.
1 , ,,..., . 1 The opera was given under the direction
ill defeat of the Republican party.
During his stay in Hilo, Prof. H.
pern was gi
of Hugo Hei7er and Jas. I). Dougherty.
R. C. Hrowu took the leading role, am'
Miss Alice Campbell the principal female
character. The large chprus mid other
parts were taken by prominent society
folk of Honolulu. J. Hastings Howlaud,
principal piiuling is of the famous craler ) 1,,,NAi AN AMAKUA, Island or
of Kilauca. The work of Mr. Scovell Hawaii.
has attracted the attention of the officers PikstI'kkcinct That portion of Puna
of the Sinla l'e, and he has been engaged j ljing south of Keaau and from the east
bv them to make a visit to the Grand I em boundary of Kau to the eastern
Canon, to porlr.iy its benultes. Los An- hound try of Kamaili, following that
gelesTimes. 'boundary to and along the western
11 , boundary of the Kaohe homesteads and
I a line the extension thereof to the bound.
I nry of Keaau.
' Polling'Placc Kalapalia School House.
Thoroughbred lox terrier pups. In-!' sucon-d Prhcinct The lands of
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
J.D. KENNEDY Jeweler
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Noxt to Akana's
5 00 :
l5 5.ft s;
n C o
?3 to cs am
g Z GO
it IT .loiitd 1 Tai..! n il o n ul nn,.,.,.
Ill.S UietllOa Was i ..... mi.loi. hilt nrnvnl liimseir to nos
He Is a decided
The It'ishaw house in Pmieo, recently
occupied by V. Peck and family, Ap
ply to " R. T. GUARD.
W. Ilensbaw strongly nuvocateutlte Hilo bisso profundo, distinguished
war upon mosquitoes, and succeeded himself as Rajah. The Hulletiu critic
in enlisting a number of citizens in commenting upon the play has the fob
., ,. ,- :...:.. f it.,v.' lowing to say:
me woiK in fixiciiiiiiiiiiiu" " .-,
to clean un back yards, alleys and j sess not only a grand basso for which
' ., ' he had little opportunit) of showing but
streets of tin cans or other recep- dramatic nbiliiv as well, and in Ins dim.
tacles containing standing water, cult role ol the Rujaii
, 11 . wl'li ease and ilinnity.
I'oois ami "iwuihjii not K.fif.v.iuii .icquisition.
objects of attack, as here the larvae , AlJell ,)l)mii j his Tevew nf the per
of the mosquito hatched into my-1 formauce in the Advertiser, said: "J. ,
... ,. , , . . 1 Hastings How land, with a fine reputation 1
raids of wigglers, which later evolv- from Uie hK islaml. to all intents ami ;
..,1 inin tbo iinvintti: mns(inhc) ! nnrnoses made a first appearance last 1
... , . ..night He will be looked for again. His. ....,., , , I
Professor Henshaw has just interpreU,tum of 'The R.tjalt' wa ex- M. Kekinokealawoa hereby announces
written from Uruitvale, Cal., where cellent in nuke-uplind general execution, himself as an independent candidate for
, . . ... .1 He has a fine basso and with it supplies a Representative from the Pirst District. I
lie lias ueeil experimenting wun j,,,,, j,, mUb-KA circles. 'The Rajah' is jo. Hawaii, Se
quire of DR. HIiNRY
I have purchased the building and
leasehold at Nine Miles, 01. ia, formerly
owned by Mur.uika Yoiujiro,
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., I'rop'rs.
WAIAKKA URIDGK, IIII.O
tiinwittilo larvae and tadpoles, or 1 not an easy part to play. In spots the
' , , . ,, ,. r necessary action verges on extreme com-1
undeveloped frogs. Ihe result ol e,iJf wlll'le muU). yin Ci,u for ,ijK,iity,
his experiments have shown that 'which was fully accorded them by Mr. '
,' , , r , ., Houl mil, who is an actor as well us a
the tadpole do;s not feed upon the si,,,.r, I
mosquito larvae or pupae, and any
belief to this effect is erroneous. He I
discovered however, that 111 the
same artificial pools where he had
introduced gold fi-.h ten years be-
, Sept. 24, 1904.
Thought Un Had a Hold Mine.
l'.ickLil houses greeted .amloch every
night during his stay in Hilo and the
magician went away much pleased with
the reception aicordid him and his com-
C , .f... 1 .... ...... I.. P... lA.lt...., llu l,un n ilrnll lint.mr lliut Iim
lore, wuen me mire w.i-, m ,,.,..,.... .. .. - CreCCIlt Clly i,ar,,cr Shop, Front street.
bv mosquitoes, the vicinity had not , "ll" '" mcks wlUch keepshis at.. n n M KKR
.... diences convulsed with laiiL'hter. A story
been troubled since. ,s related of a practical joke he played v . 4"T" , .
In this connection, the following on a Chinese f. nit vendor on Front street. I Not ICC tO (JaiKllUUtCS 101
gleaned from the Saturday Evening linying thrte apples for five cents, he
,1 1 . 1,... i.i t . ;... 1
iliscovereu 10 111c i-iiiiiiiiiiaii s usiuiusii-1 !..l.4...
Keaau and Olaa.
Polling Place Road Ilo-trd Stables;
ll' miles Volcano Road.
Tiimn Pkixinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Puna and Poualiawal
Street and Ro.ul and the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place Davies & Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Waiakea and Kolept)'
PotiTH Phkcisct That portion ol Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct and
the Hoiiolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Firm Prhcinct That portion of Hilo j
lying between Houolii Stream and the
land of Makahaualoa.
Polling Place Pa paikou School House.
Sixth Prixinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
ami thc bed of the Waikaumalo Gulch.
I Polling Place Hououui Court House.
I Si'.vi'.Nrn Prixinct That portion of
j the First Klcction District lying between
the Sixth Precinct ami tne boundary ol
Hamakui, including the land of Hiui
inula. Polling Place Laupahoehoe Court
KiciiTii Prixinct That portion of
In Kog or Bottle
JOHN KAI, Jr.
I have recently located in Hilo, and
lain prepared to clean, repair and time (
I Instruments, such as pianos, organs
and accordeons. Work promptly and t the First Klcction District lying between
1 well done at reasonable rates. Will call the Seventh Precinct and the lauds of
and examine instruments, stating my Kalopa.
icharue. Leave word with Carvalhollros., 1 rolling fiace Kiione acuooi nouse
incut 011 cutting each apple open a five
dollar gold piece, .amloch wanted to
buy the Chinaman's entire stock, but the
mercenary celestial would not dispose
of any more apples, and later found to
' his disgust that no more of his fruit con.
tallied gold pieces. The Professor had
performed a clever trick of palming.
The Hilo Hand gave an elaborate con
cert last Thursday evening at the hotel
1 grounds, which was well attended. Prof.
C.irv.ilho has brought his organization up
1 to 11 high standard of perfection. The
I program was exceptionally meritorious,:
Ninth Prixinct That portion of the
First F.Iectlon District lying between the
Kighth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Honokaa Court House.
Ti'.ntii Prhcinct That portion of the
First Election District lying between the
Ninth Precinct nnd Kohala District.
Polling Place Kukuihaele School
KM'.vr.vrii Prhcinct The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
Call at Tribune Office
IIAVK NOW A FLKF.T OF
and Small Boats
1 FOR PUIIL1C HIRK
) asscngcrs and baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and row bouts to hire
1 lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKLKPHONK
j AGKNl'S FOR
i Wolverine Gasoline Engine
I Self-starter and reversible engine. In
' practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Stoes from li It. p. upwards,
lloats fitted with this engine or frames 01
nny sie to order. For particulars apply
I to R. A. LUCAS, Manager
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PKASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.. 1'. S, A.
A CLEAN SHAVE
With Antiseptic Razors.
Hot Face llaths. Stylish Hair Cuts
Perfumes in Stock.
L idles' Shoes Polished.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP
Opposite Courthouse, Hilo.
ipoho Ranch Hani.
1 Notice is hereby given that, whereas it
1 is rerpiired by law that candidates for
election to the Legislature, except on the j
Island of Oahu. shall deposit their liouii
nations with the Secretary of the Terri-' "'l 'st 0xe IJ'r,s.t l'ch
1 1.1 ,.... f.-r .1... Polling Place Rapoho Ra
lury iifii lens iiitiu iiiui u.ifi ijuiuic uiu
day of n General Klectian, it will be nee-, SKCOND DISTRICT,
essary that such nominations be filed in f
this office not later than five o'clock on .
me aiieruouii in iiiiinimy, wliuil-i iuui,
In order to be eligible to election as a
Senator a person shall be it male citieu
and contained the new sacred medley,
1 which the bind rendered exceptionally
1 well. The program was as follows:
, of the United States; have attained the
age of thirty years; have resided in the
Election to the Ls-
Post, is interesting:
As to the mosquito, that poison
ous thorn upon the beautiful rose
of country life wherever then: is
perfect drainage there are no mos
quitoes. Whereaer there is not per
fect drainage the mosquitoes will
come, no matter how often or how
thoroughly the larvae are killed off.
In Central Park, New York City,
the mosquito makes it a torture for
11 human being to walk in many of
its delighllul paths after sunset. In
ihe Champs Klysees and the Tuile
ries Gardens, Paris, where the foli
age is dense, the drainage is so per
fect that there are no mosquitoes,
although mosquitoes abound in
badly-drained hotel gardens a few
J ..i :. : :.. f .March "Charire of the Litdlt Ilri-
1 lie iiiuMiuim i- " nu1111iK wi - - ... " ..... eieeien. ni.i.... m .nu..i r....i ti... ...
danger and should not go unheeded. overture "The 'lii'ves''" '.'.'...'.'.?..".. Kiefer ' ,n oriler lo ,,c' cliKi,,,i; 1 election as n ' Knilllni
If you have mosquitoes, you or Sacred Medley.....'. ii'a'rnhome ' Member of the House of Representatives , i'ou,'Tn Pui'.ciNCT That portion of
your ueigouors prouaoiy nave o.uiiy 1 vau.-"i,eoia-
diained grounds; and it isn't neces- Intermission
Miry to explain what a breeder of "N'ortli Heach March"
1 111 nrltlrit Dfi filli''
- ckliess. bad (irainagc is. ! i,,ika "True Love" W. II. Kiefer I States; have resided if the Hawaiian Isl- Honaunan. the north boundary of Honnu
The ndvice here given might Wall 'Queeiif Flowers" Holmes amis not less than three years; and shall nun and the sea.
.... 11 l... ml.,.,, l,nnw l.v ovprv oiii- "Star Spnigled llauner." be qualified to vote for Representatives ill pnK place-Konaw.iena School
well ue lakni uonie n eerj tin ,.. , the district from which he is elected. Himse
.en. The free use of kerostue in Federal Jurors. Kach i.o.uinatiou must be accompanied Vvtn PititciNCT-That portion of
stilgliant water will kill the llios- The following federal jurors from the by 11 deposit of tuentv-five dollars, and s;(ml, koi1!1 ..,, between Keei 2 and
quitoes, and lime or other disinfec ',' SSS,'"!,? uttsmS. V01 k'SS f,h?M TT 0Ww,w",M, '"
tnnts will ward oil' dangers of a District Court, Judge Dole presiding: ' dn'y qualified electors of the district for ( Polling place-IIookena Court House.
liraunjury William uowuer, (.iiaries wuii'ii suuii eiecuuii it m ue iieiu. SIXTH I'KKCINCT That portion or
A. L. C. ATKINSON, , Sotitli Komi lying between the Fifth Pre-
E. N. HOLMES 1
1 years, mid be qualified lo vole for Sena
I tors in the district from which he is
KONA ANII KAU, ISI.VNI) Ol'
Fiust Pki;cinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House,
Si'CONi) Pki'Cinct South Kohala.
Polling place Wnimeu Court House.
TiiiKO Prixinct That portion of
North Kona lying north of the northerly
boundary of Holualo.i and a line running
from the north corner of Holu.ilna to the
south corner of Puuauahulii.
....... . . . . . .
v.. w. iiennei person shall, at the time of election, i ti,e Second Klcction District bounded'
xt ., I,m'e I,ltllillt:(' Ulc a1' r twentyfive1 ly the Third Precinct, Hnmakua, Kau '
'," IiT 11 " I years; be a male cilleu ol Hie Uuiteil
i . vv . itr-iiiii'i
he boundary of Keaauhou from Kau to i J:
Importer and Dealer in American and Turciii
Dry Goods and Groceries
JJoots and Shoos
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture and
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Hugs, Matting and
"Wagons and Carriages
., . .i .... ,i,:i, tjrann jury wiiiiuui wunncr, v.iiiirie'
wiilp-pread epidemic, from which Kow yjm Kaele.nakule, Kailua.j. Ken
it might take years to recover. P,x- ui-ny, iionokaa ami jonn Knt.jr.
.....! - il. wwitn,.. nn.1 li . A l." Jr -Ji.lll
tt.1 MIIUIW Hit- ' -.j.n..- -
E. N. HOLHES
I). Kennedy, L. I).
Kilipio, A. A, Ileiisou and Ovn, Coup,
.all ol Hilo.
Sicretury of Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu, September 15th,
Polling place Pupa School House,
SltVKNTU PKI'CINCT Tllllt portion of I
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