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THK WUliKI.Y 1IM.C) TRim.N'K, lllt.O. HAWAII.
. NOVUM HKK . 1904. I HI I lll 5 -Ai. J1- - I CONDENSED LOCAL ITEMS tiii:. 1 us i:i:.nii( v. liM'iiXuiNu .uoi: 111:1:1:. SllllJl'Hs Of I 111' H II HIT) .Met T) t Kingdom Airs, l'.ml Itaitels mil mhi returns 10 Honolulu on 1-r tln C Culciulyk letutued 011 the M ml SiiihI.i) mottling If""1 Honolulu. 1). lioious butler. I '-j lb. squat es. L. Tin tift Co., I.ul. 4lf Chrislm is cards and hooU.Ms-W . .V, Co .Mr mial Mis H, I, Sbtiw tH-itt SiukIii) with tile Kossels ill .Moiliitiiiu View. I'liMIr Uill'ks lli'piiviiui'iil I'iiiiIi-ii). Iilnlc Mains, Local Inipi'iMt'iiiniN. The t'llilinitiiiii nl the ISmjieroi's Tln'itr Is mi iuci.nsr.l itutiit in lhe lllrlliilii, which occuicd on TIiiiimIii , local ollite ol tin- l'iihf Work ' leKirl Xmriulier Jul, was vet unit frilly It'll hi uieiil, us i.-ojiUnelsure being lit fir nil ilomestir mill hnidiiiss circles in Hawaii, illtloniil t.KUlriiiistnuUoiiuiiiliiMejsuie Thi'entit.'Jiiiaiicsc miiuIiiUiiii nl the I being iiiuilo lor new io.uK .Most of this I vrriliirv tutus mil 011 lliis occasion, mill j work is being clone out of the loin fuuil, There will he a union meeting til tin Ilitili Church next Suiuliiv I'venltii!. 1005 Calemhts iiml Calendar nds ---- JL-iirrspecui est wns given to the the Hiiio)ir1iilioiiH of whii'li hac to hi n miivnt-ti it ittt iuiiiiiitii tf 1 tut. un ft . 1... 1 . .. ... if. ... THE HILO TRIBUNE'S MAIL CHART --sj.4 jVOVK .MAILS ARRIVJ jVUSISTC. 110. IN HONOLIU AND DISPART AS I'OI.I.OU'S: decisive ussitiltwould he iimile 011 the jimil sjieeilications will Immediately 1 . . .. ,,... .. ill .....1. .1.1 11' V I .. HlllllVIT4.il V fill 111'. 'Ill It I .11 III. Unl II ........... I... I .... I. .1. . .. . .ins. 1 tin 11 wuuwiii -iniiiiiiM 411. .,,- 11..1.V.11, j -- - 1 c'i.iiiiui mi ur iiciiiii' me cinl ol Hie piny Mr. Watt lo Honolulu this week. Mr. .mil Mrs. Ceo. Ross of llnkiilmi '"'? ,KC" UmUy ""-----1 --1'1 'O' the J.ij. fiscal jear. Road JiiKineer C. II. C.cic The .Lite ol the Tlia.iksgiWng C.erui.iii fell lusl I'ti.lay fur n six week's vi.lt to ",K'M' ",",1 l'" 'yi,,"r XNm'1'1 ,".11 "" l,, j h,,s '"'l -UMiiuMIimii to lesinvey 1.11.I h ,s l...,.ii s.t l.,r We.lue-.ihi. Noeui1cr , the Coast. "T """" U"L" " """ """ rosstllon the Keuuknh.t bench roml -.t'il. Mis. Williiiiu Stfiu-eii iiml children will pioluil ly 1 (.till 11 Thursday from Honolulu 011 the Kiuau. Mis. A. Richie) is exhibiting for sale mtistic embroidery, lace woik ami novel lies ut .Monet. .V Rii)inou.l. .Mr. Woll, leprrseiiting Hytiun llios, L'ls. I f for f f 4 the Coist. iiml C. J. Fndiel ol the lit 111 of Griuibaum visitor on Wednesday's Kiuau. .V Co., tetuti. to H. lulu next Friday. K s oje,l1rMnit UI!lnj(,er f Hl)tlnt.,,n "Kuiui colli e," out own toast, guarau-' Plantation, wasa returning jusseiigcr on teed Wee ftom all .idultetalioil. L. Tuf- the Alameda from a viu'.iliou oil the tier Co., Ltd. 4-Mf nninl.ind. M.R. S-intos, rormeily in business I.. S. Aunj;st, manager of the Kon.i- heie. but now located ill I'.ii.i. Maui, Kmi telephone system st Hoaptiloi, re- ntiiveil Wi.lnesil.iv lor a teli da' isit turned I-riil.ty nu the S. S. Ahimed.i from in Hiin. Mr. and Mts. (,. V. J.ikens of l'jpii koii left Friday lor a brief visit 10 their daughter, who is atti-mliue, school at Honolulu. V, (',. Irwin mid John line been inspectiui: their siii;ii in the vicinity of llilo, letiirtied diy's Kiuau to Honolulu. Atte11lir.11 is called to the MoituaKce's notice of foreclosure of the luruiluie and fixtures in Y. Oka's hotel, on l'urneaux 1 itie which appears in lliis issue. Major ami Mrs W. A. I'urdv nrrived at Honolulu 011 Friday on the S. S. Alameda. Mis, I'urdv was formerly .Miss Anita Chrjsinl of San Francisco. "(nod Form" clothes hanucrs keep your clothes pressed ami in shape. .Moses .: Kuyin ., 1 . . 1 1 1, .. . ""'""""iii ii- 11111.11- mi iiil , ami .siieciiicano us will The latest New Iilr.i 1'ntlprna. iophiiI-i ... . ' -.-,. !.-. . 1 1 1.. 1 I... ".issi.iusirouj.iioiii. ten years nKo, tiieiilrawu up 1 iler lo let Ihe coin rue Co V-. iits J" ""Mt" Japanese bcKiin a simllai assault oiil'mt) Thete is mii nppropriation of f;,o.x rtriiiiiron me umperoi s iiirllulay, mitl Keaukali 1 load under the bill. 'Ihe 1 he l.ulies of the Fiisl ForeiKii Chinch t"e " Ison iliil no rail uulil tbtee ilay'.s 1 propo-a d Kicharilson slreel, comiectlnu i are cotitempItiliiiK holiHuK 11 handker- ilotinitiR. I-'roul and Volcano street, the rinlil of'i chief vile in the neai future. In Hilo uud 011 nearby plaulilions j wa of which has already been sicuted I 'A "Hill" Johnslon, the fmuir en!.il -very Japauise, no m.itter how poor he from J. T. Ilrown is belli),' tesiukeil mid ' mixer nt Ucmosthenes. was a leturnltiK ,w . ili-plae.l 011 a Hag Ntalfor draped in estimates will soon be called foi in order f 111 ironi 01 ills resilience Uasand haulier jio build thisthotoinhrate. i Mttiirliii llii iiiili,.ii.il .. .1...., ..(!.. ...... K ... . ' ...i .iik, nu uReneiai uoiioay wasue. 0r Ihe conuecilliu, road from Kula claie.l 011 the plantations. Ilombs iiml lykl to Honokiia, near Hookeua, day rockets weielired all day and lonK South Koiih. This latter section, upon into the niKlit. ne.stlinK, Japanese the completion of the Kapapala division, liuusand two shows representing the will complete the belt-road circliuj; ihe lull of l'ort Arllmr iimi'i'il ilrnuim, ...r.tu t..i I n i ... ,, .. ,. 1 1, . 1 . , . . ' " isiiHHi. 1,01111 uoKress is iieiui; mule on F.uKe..e N. Deo ol 1'epeekeo, who has , for thejul.ila.it Jap. To.sts ol sake were the I'duta road to the Volcano House been rust call..,, on the Coast for the pat passed oer festal Ima.ds and many j Ijenlon & Ariol. have n.iished ii.ki fu-t two inoutl.s, returned on the Maui .Sun. , Kuropeau friends look occasion to ex. ,! there remains aboul four and a half day morniiu'. uress "llon.ii" or smvesiiiiiili,. l,n. I ...n ... .. ... -"-miiiic-, 14,1111 which me work is lieini G 13 20 27 M. 7 14 T. iChiitn I W. M 8' 2 IG "Sonoma 0 "Alunieila tsierr.i M'orlc IG ;.Mimnn 22. 29" 23 T. 3 10 17 24 F. Alameda 4 11 18 Alameda 2G j 30 "Alunic u "Sierra S. G 'Coptic 12 tMloweru lOx Korea 2G "Gaelic Coptic Doc. 3 bearing the national colors r Japan. , The se,H.-cilications for ll.e ICalapaua , i uames appear OVIfR the date AKKIVU from the Coast ll.ursd.1) loun.l niuti housewives, who road went down lo the Superintendent j )C s1'""-,1'"1"lI'r MWI.OW the date DKl'ART for the Coast', employ Japanese servants, doinK their of I'uhlic Work, on the .,st mail, a, also J XclorK'c () To Vo ham,', S"" F'",IC,W"' (t T" Colonies; (f) own wotk. and u penei.il linllilav w.isil. 1,., n .-.i 1 ...... ... f c c i-i "', ' . . "KU'umii. To f si. c tri...... .1...:..... , ,.,.. , ' .. . . . a 'J' J' """" -" '" m 1.110 it.r Honolulu eer Friday ut 10:00 a. m l'X'JlTT "" S"m" -''".T iM nil" ,,M t Htul Tuesdays marked (X) at JM5 i. in., nttivinK in Honolulu al daliKht t ec dais later 4.-SV . ItitL'k who joint J.curKtis went to llnuonilu 011 a cause. . u their suuur interests ' busiiieNS trip Friday, it li a view of si- A happ j;ood humor jHTViidcd b Fri. curlnn leKiilar consfKiilueiitsofCalifornia h'ttuospuere everywhere, am'. Hit irtins tor lino 011 tue Alameil'i. passed oll'withoiilany casiiallies Send us your name and address and ! we will mail free to you each mouth, a. Fashion Sheel of the "Ilutleriek" 1 Fashions Moses & Raymond. OuiiiK t the elections, the Kin 111 will j' be one dav late in leavinn Honolulu. - nipidly pushed. OwIiik to breakdowns tbe .in machinery and remoteness of the work day j from a base of supplies, the work has 1 been ilclavctl. It will require six months' hard work lo complete the contract. I,. M. Whilehouse has been allnlte.l the contract t lor building the Hilo Armory, nt a cost of f 4,997. The nimro. priation was not sullicieiit lo cover Hit THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST GO. LIMITED. Iroquois (hi Inspection Tour. The l S. S. Iroquois, which arrived l'rida afternoon in command of Cupt. A. 1'. Nlblack, is makiiii; a torn of in. r . . . ... "-viii 11, uivvr nip spectiou of the fuleral liKhl houses and under, hut throuKh the ellorls of Can. .irriviiiK i Hilo Thursday afternoon ami ;"""-' "- r.Hwai..e ..api. tl i-viter ami members of Company I), deputes 0.1 her iisuil wlmlule 1'rlilav .lMnck ix'"mw,X ll'1' Bl ' t the deficiency has been made 110. It is morul.nf. ti.at po.nt and will inspect Hie con- j ,iiml the CoiniM.iy are seekinK to have j if . :i ir- .- i..' 1-1 :"""'" "" '"" ""1 """ '" a periuaiieiil Htiiue coiiitructed in Hie tl.es presseil ami in sl.ape. .Moses j- -""' -"- " """" ' beiuK built on Maui, where Ihe Kiuau jarmor. the rust of which tl.ev ,r,. , 1 i...... 1.... r... i.n. t,..i:u hiuhest market prices let the Hilo Coffee ,1..,.. ,... armor. 1111 nisi 01 WHICH tlie .ijjree .0 """ ,,v ...v... ..., ....... ......li.-. 1 , 1 "K"1 lorineriy siooo. rtl .MUkelia 1111. 1 I Ii'IiiIhiiiimi. I'll. me irS. H ......... ......... . ., l'hil Heidt, formerl) ofthe Uwl I)rn Co., left last week 011 the Schooner Woodbury for Honolulu, where he may remain for awhile before conliuuiii); lo Ihe coast. ,,.,, , ...,, . Hum luiniKiiy siuoii. n Mill clean, clnwily and place the same on I ,,.,; oUUa ,,, wi stand. the market for von. Liberal cash nil vances uinde on shipments, L. A. Thurston arrived overland from Wnitiie.i Thursday, in company with Mr. John linker, Ji. of Sin Francisco, nud During her staj in li-ll hatunlay for the olcnno house, off the essel. under moywill be made and j llenlon & Arloll hae been awaide.l ... ... I -- . ifvs.ii nmiiMVi about Jauunr 1st the llloml reef buoy four OI11.1 contracts upon bids as follows Mii'sii'liatitH' tin tMilrnuri I m I It In li -1.r I will he replaced by n regulation oerii meiit m.irkiny; buoy port the murine!, fj.360.ao; Peek Uoid, iSodays, 67 cents tier lineal foot; i3J4 mile road, Olan, 85 days, 1,600.70; 14 ij mile road, no .lavs. nJt utile road, iso das. j. .,. l..,ul,er,y. representiitK the firm. VZIZ ,Z U,n iZ"' 1! ' T oflhe '"'"' 1,C"l"' & ArWI l I ..f II. F. Wichman & Co.. Ltd., m.js- div slo,Pll' ' " rol,lr ftw lumrs al 0l'1'- MuiIb Il.m.s, played two Kames of base- .n,IIe. Olna, cross-road, of which a iiiou.l ritiKs are cheap, nud he carries H.M'l'll.v Sl'Ui'UlsKii.-.Many suiferers ball with a picked Hilo nine, worsting ,ile nud a half has been suli.ijriiileil a varied assortment. Room 16, IV.icock troni rlieuinatisui hae been surprised the home team oil both occasions. He- Thirty men are dailv employed there' block. and del.Kl.ted at the p.ompt relief oh. I lore her arrival al llilo. the Iroquois The Kaiuahiku. IM.ia. road, which takes There is only one week left within which taxes may be paid to Assessor WillfotiK without incurring the ten per cent penalty. Taxes become delinquent next Tuesday, November 15th. C. C. Keiinid relumed oil Wedllesdi from a three lu.iulh'b vacation to Scot- ta.ue.1 ny applying uianiberlnin's Pain proceeded to Kealakekua Hay and the ihe place of the old Fahoa trail, is about iiami. a iwrmancui cure may Decllecteil jacmes pui Captain Cook's monument .eonn.leie. li,.,.,,.... 1.-1.1 . ..i 1... x.i... :....:.... .1... ..... ..r .1.1. i:..i I... ... . . : ' ' .s.i-., st.u.i.iiiiii'.iL' v -..... .h ..li. ut ... in.-, iiiiniiciii mi .1 iiiiiic oicseiiiauie Miape. .s lo tor, has si: lorn snort time. For rile by Hilo Dnif; ) the prohpecls for the early coiistruclion fi . ,.r ti. .1.. i..... 1.. .1... ... . . -" 1 "i "K"1 iiwukks in niu 1 crriiory 1 especially ailing the Hamakun and IIvm I,.1I,1. I'liln. I..I... III...... KI..1. 1.. . ..1 '"" ' ""' " "- """ ' "" v-apt. .MUlack was unalild lo ir veanv in The members of the I't.ino Club, who formnliou. This is u matter of no cm iiieiilnl nctioti at WashiiiKtou. s- iiinuiisin 'l til, t lillll V.llll'( 1 11J I laHd ami the Mainland, much improved lllt.t t lhe coUnf,e of Miss j,ollcri al ,he in he.dlh. He noes to the I'l.iuters' nilo hotel Kroui.ds. We.lnes.la" after.' meelint' nt Honolulu on Friday. ,, uc K,W1, a muskll, Tl(.r. IIind-iMinted china continues to be 11s was a ood atteuilnnce present and the ,' Vopular as ever. Mis. Robert More, program, although a shoit one, was ex- formerly of l'apaikou. will have on ex- ceptionally line. Miss I'oiier with the liibitiou at Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd., Hilo. technique nud finish of un artist rendered .1 choice selection which is for sale. Chopin's "JUude" on the piano. S,he was C. McLeuuou sishe has no present A Wild (Jiillop From Kiiiiiiiiiun. A runaway which caused much excite ment (Inivu Waianuenue stteet occurred Friday afternoon. M. C. Santos hired a xty men employed thuru.' Contractor Vhit.el0se will finish lhe Ookala-Kuknlau road lliis month. s.iti. L'f'u-t. I factory to hlhiself nud the citbeu labor interests. Wllitehouse has finislied the Alcnui.ii bridge and put in a icmporaiy wooden bridge ut Waiaama. pending the construction of a .jo.foot concrete arch al 111 it point. Woid has been received Unit a wooden bridge at Kaieie gulch, ut the Ilamakua end of lhe district, has given wnj, but as bids for a concrete nrch have .BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BOMS SECURES INVESTMENTS NECOTIATES 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, inteuliou of importing any 11.lditiou.il slock from the coast, for the New Year's laces, and it he enters nl nil, he will com-pen- with the horses which he now owns. Ily order of the Court, Win. I'loteu hatter, receiver I'll tt 1 Sugar Co., has ad vertised the sile of .ill ofthe property and holdings of that company. The sale is to take place 111 Honolulu, February 2,sth, 'J'5' L. I?. Sw tin. deputy slicrifl, died at 11 o'clock Suiiil iv morning at his home at LiupihoehiH'. The cause of deathis.il liibite.l lo old age, Mi. Swain being seeiit -live years old at the time of his Ic.ith. Slicrifl L. A. Aitdiews is seeking the endorsement of the business houses and , Z , . , ," ' lnmijnlr.iil) been advertised for, Engineer Mrs. J. V. l-eruande. and chili ol .Maui. r.,.r,. 1,,,,,,.. ... 1. ..c h f..n 1 1... st.... 1,.. 1.... , ' ,. , . . - ....,. .. me nun. 01 recon- l". - "", "J"'"" w..o aim... rs. ...w.Miva. wt.e ol the pastor 1 struction huou under way. Altogell.e. gave a piano solo, the "Romance and of the Fortuguese Christian Church, ,he district is to he congratuhted uo, Sceue" from Schu.unn. which was well 1 visited J. S. Ontario's Kuumaua home. ' .1... ., 1... h ? . .. " .11... r, ,.. .. I ' . " - v -"i.iiiig 1 ami other public iiiiprovements, which 1 tl.ll mill llin.in ...I. lilt,... .1 .) iilitting the vehicle to crowd the horse. ....luii,... t i. i .,., ...mm. ,.. .. ' .i.m-,ll(H ctiueit "" '" """ '" oauius was labor in large numbers, uiiiioie 10 siojj me running utiimiil 011 the ..n........l "... 1, 'I' " I ... . 1- !, I . ... i.v.i.i.i.1. ..im. i, 1. .nuses i-vc aoieas- auoui uve mites irom loun. fin iin. r., uig selection on the violin the "Ilocherini , turu, a part of the harness gave way, per miuuci, ami .irs. j. 1. i.ewis ciosetl tue afternoon's program with an artistic rendition of .nrcmbski's "Russian l'o lonnise." Refreshments were pencil later to those present. Shipwrecked off Slheiinu Coast. Capt. A. McAlmnn, formerly of the steep down grade, und the horse galloped lie entire five miles into Hilo, arming covered with foam and lather. No serU llilo Shipping. Wednesday, Nov. -ltd Cleared. Am. , Hark Amy Turner. Warlan.l. muster. Ilark Martha Da is and well known in wiall child from the Hilo, passed through Honolulu last ' suffered some slight bruises. J'he infant Wednesday on ihe Manchuria from ! U1,s ct about the month. Mannuer nil.) flfltlflltl u.lill...! (., .1 II 1 . 1 , V m c'V . ' ' W,Ul -'3.bH. hides and skins, x, ton,, although Mrs. hilva luinped with her !,.i 1..11,.. 1 , . ,1 ... .' !-.- . ni"1'1' iiierciiauiitse, ... 111K euicie ami 1 for San Kr.n.rUrn. Yokohntua. McAlmiu was one of the officers of the steamer Miueola, which while delivering stores along the Siberian coast was wrecked on an undiluted reef. , . , . , ..... v."."! w.is nicLkcn 1111 an iiiicuarieii reel, white clement by personally circulating .-. ,11 ... ...'..".. . 1 rite men suffered seere ilepriyatioustiti- a p.titiou in his own behalf addressed to (oeruor Carter, lien. II. Ilrown is in ilust rintisly at work coiralliug Hawaiiaiis, who ate willing to sign a native petition to Ihe sameellett. -- Among the Suffcri'i's. W. C. Cook is moving in society again, illhoiigh lesidiugal the Hilo hospital. A sin ill son of M. nud Mis I'M. .Madden of KiiV.al.ui ni.'el) at the hospital Harold Weight, who has been sulfei tug from typhoid, is reported to be much un proved. Mrs. Louise II.1p.1i is convalescing at her home, after a two week's tlliies.. Miss Clioltt Sou 1, eutploe.l ill the telephone ollice, has been confined toiler bed with a bad attack ol limsilitis lor the just week. Child llapllsi'd. A very pietty bajitismal ceremony was enacted last Wulnesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jules Opfrrgelt at Wuiukea. when Rev. Curtis H. Shields .i.lmiliistercd the holy rite to Jttltia Johanua, their infant daughter. After the ceremony, .1 light luncheon was jiar taken of by the few guests jirisetit. m . - Ijrsl Foreign I'liurch. November 13, 1904, 11 a. m. "The , transgression of the law," 1 Jon y., 7ju p. 111. Union meeting in the Haili Church. til picked up by a Jlritish in.in.of.war, which took them to Japan. S. S. .tin ui Ari'ht's. The S. S. Maui arrUeil Sunday morn uig at 5 o'clock Irom Hotiolulu with ' seen jiassengers, as follows: C. Casten Wright explains that the horse was en deavoriiig to get away from the rig jiress iug from behind and had it not been a gentle iiniiual it would hae smashed the vehicle and probably seriously injured its occujiants. The horse cantered into the Volcano Stables, driver and animal both exhausted. ' - 1 Songs of .'raise. Friday Nov. 4U1 Arrived U. S. S. Iroquois, Niblick, coniinaiider. from Honolulu and Molokai, with marines. The New Idea Patterns 10c L. Turner Co. Limited, Agents ! Subscribe ff.r the Tkiuunk, Island sub scriptlon f 2.50, Lost. For Itenl. I A gilt Hawaiian navy button, beaiiug The "raise Service at the First Foreign ! 'r Bl"1 """ ?"'. a "f " !"" '"" iM.-ii.uu 111 nn.ier. Keliiru Church last Sunday evening under the dyk. F. L. Riggs, Mrs. A. C. Ri.-gs, Mrs. irv.wo,, o, ,,rs. j. x. ,. was e.,. L. C. Riggs, J. N. Deyo, K. S. Ilyenu.n, '"', ' "'.. ""p, " v' ,, l . L,,"rc' and F. Ilreed. Tlu-r ,.r, ,i',v.... ,,lio" Mhtt t,,e flrH,,,l galleries of the is getting aloni! 1..11..1...V.. f..r ii.,. iia,. . -... i"r. 1 church I lit ..... lioiliir .-if Mr ItoTuilit'.NH Ollice. Vor Ken.. bags of mail for Hilo. song serweo was given in C. C. Ken11e.lv. who is 11 THE OLD RELIABLE meer'of'ihescommn;-'::;;;'; zxi" wcM' ,,,,,,fo- " , per inonth. ; A. H. SUTTON & CO. KHHU FiirnislKMl Itooms. the jiurjtose ofMrs. Lewis togiveasjieciHl . service of this kind at iniiM-v'.ilk in in. 1 ---....-......... ......... ol the various trustees ,111 uicuibets of the music committee w ho have generously ' nssisted 111 building up the ladles ebon. 1 Mr. Otis K. Hnglish was the male solois, ,,,mr fmMlbi , two.room Mu. wU ol the evening and Mrs. R.T.Moses hath, each room opening on veranda, rendered a violin solo, both of which pleasantly located. Inquire Tribune added much to the pK-.isurc of the meet. 0iuci. .. , ing. SaM mm POWDER Absolutely Pure 7Hm IS NQ SUBSTITUTE Kiitnii llepurlures Nov. tth. Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Jakins, H. II. illaiidiltg, .Mrs. IC. A. Jewell and child, Mr. nud Mrs. Ceo. Ross, John Lycitigui., Miss Rickard, Miss I-;. McLennan. Mrs. I. DeWurtiuul child, A. Rttssel, A.N. JJarruu, Robt. Horner ami wife, W. (',. Irwin, John Thick. Fancy Work. Mrs. A. Richie) has for sale hand I embroidery, luce woik and novelties. Now on exhitioti at Motes & Ruytuoiid. ' i'3. Position Wanted. Ilookkeejiiiig 01 plantation work pre fetred. The highest of testimonials from foruu'i ciup!o)cts. A USX. McllAIN. Ktirtislowu. Hawaii. ALL KINDS OF RUBBER GOODS GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. II. I'KASH, Frcident. SAN FRANCISCO, CAJ.., U. ,S, A. The Hash iw house occujiie.l by 1'. Feck ply t" ill I'uiieo, rrcently and family, Ap. R. T. C.UAR1). I Fern Pots. j A lull nssoitnient oT fern vases, pots j mil prdestuls, lor sale at S. II. Webb's I store, Waianuenue stnet. Made by JIM MORRIS. H. W. S. Hdiiioiuls' Notice of Sal TYI'KWRITINC. OX KKA.SOXAHM? Tl-KMS MOUNTAIN VIHW, Sale. Ihtckbo.ii.l, almost For One horse. One Studeb.iker new. l)iieikitierior set Harness. ALL FOR $150. A. IS. Sl'T'lUN .S: CO. The Hilo Fruit Murkil has been sold to Kwocl: I. urn who will occujiy the same tireinises .-nul , .n n... i,,,."i...,. , - -... ..... ....11.11.33, nt , A" "l'C(l'lls I10111 Oclobei 1 will be naiit Jl,: A I by Kwook L11111. HILO FRUIT MARKF.T by Kwock I.iini. I52-) Piano Timinii. Notice. I have recently located lit Hilo, and j am prepucd lo clean, ic)iur and tune insttuineiils, such as jiianos, organs and accordeotis. Work ir.iitiiily ami I well done nt reasonable rales. Will call j and examine instruments, sutmg my , charge. I.e.tw word w ith Carvalho llros.. Crescent City Harder Shop, Front street. Notice is hereby given lo all creditors Hilo. H. jj Mil I KK of II. L. WILLIAMS & COMPANY to, - - - ' " '--- jireseut their claims, duly iiuthetiticaled XotiCC? aim wiiii jirojier votiLiiets 11 any e.ist, jlo the undersigned. , ,,t the oflices of All persons ate notified that H.h n,.r.i Ridgway & Ridgway or Homer L. Ross, of Health, through lis ollii.crs,ure placiuf. 011 or before the 1st day of December. A. rat j.oisou in the various warehouses and' D. 1904, and all j)ersous indebted to the 011 the what ves in llilo. The poison is said firm are requested to make mime, not j.luce.l lit ojn'ii jdaces, bill in holes diate juyiiie.it to the undersigned. This notice is given jurticularly for the Ily order of Court dated Sejueiubti j benefit of owners of dogs that ure allowed 0,,l' 9M. I to run I e. J. IS. 1SLDISRTS, I UK. c. L. STOW, IS JUcelverolll.L. Williams Co. 5,M Chiel Health OUicer. fjl w ' f m msummugm