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T6 10 M.
R. L. Scott, Manager
1'irst class iu every respect.
Delightful location. Spacious vcrnn
das, commanding fine view of mountain
Rooms large and nlry, opening on to
Cusine the Best.
Special rates to permanent guests nml
persons taking meals only.
Clubhouse nml billiard rooms attached
Rates $3.00 per day.
Conveyance meets all steamers.
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
Two Glasses for 25 Cents.
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
At Moderate Trices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
".' The Celebrated
'' On Draught.
Two Glasses for 25 cts.
J. C. SERRAO,
) W. AWANA.
Having arrived from an extended
trip in the Orient, is now located at
the old .stand on Front Street, Hilo,
and is prepared to turn out fir.st
class work at reasonable prices.
Call and Examino Stock.
The Union Restaurant
SHIPMAN ST., opp. 1'ish Market
BOARD, $5.00 pur week, in advance.
.Single Meals 2$ cents and upwirds.
Special Orders extra.
Latest Approved Fittings,
And In thorough Compliance with the
rules of the Hoard of l-'irc Underwriters.
Day & Go's Celebrated Fixtures.
Always on hand a full stock of Electrical
Material, nt lowest prices.
Frnefpd 1 nmns The Latest Thing, at
Kstimatcs furnished on all classes (if
We have the BEST ELECTRICAL
POWER SYSTEM in the World, over
140 horse-powers in use in this city, avail
able for all manufacturing purposes.
l'or information inquire of the
HILO ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
and SHEET IRON
Telephone Call 122 P. 0. Hilo
High Class Portraits.
Men and women arc judged by the ex
pression nml modeling of the face, and the
operator must necessarily lie n good judge
of human nature to take anything from
the delineation of a good face Is doing the
individual nu injustice. A good photo
grapher must lie careful in the composi
tion of a portrait, for the camera cannot
tell a lie. Mr. Davey guarantees a
Special attention paid to Island orders.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
Finest fjuartcrs in town for l'rofes
sioual and Ilusiucss Offices.
l'or plans and particulars apply at the
office of V. C. Peacock & Co., Hilo.
Only Soda Water manu
facturers in Hilo so equipped.
Call and watch the process of
making Good Soda from
A tip to the wise is
quite sufficient . .
THIS I'M'tilt is UT1"" fil1" "l
AdmtUiug Agency, hj Mini 65 Mi'icliuuU
Hxcliaugc, S.111 l'raueiseo, California
where contracts for advertising can be
made for it.
LONG l'OND DUIUM.
Automobile ltouto Itouud This Is
Kbcn P. Low, the well-known
ranchman, is spending some tintc
in town., Yesterday he gave a
heart to heart Utile to Superintend
ent of Public Works, J. II. Boyd
and Treasurer W. II. Wright on
the subject of the main road through
Waitnea. This is a part of the
wagon route clear round the Island
of Hawaii which was promised to
be opened up, immediately if not
sooner, away back in the days of
monarchy. Upon parts of the
route, many years ago, some fine
examples of engineering were car
ried out across vast gulches. These
works are visible from the deck of
the steamer running to Hilo and
are not excelled in physical diffi
culties surmounted by the Nuuanu
Yet the road encircling the big
island is still a dream. There is a
missing link, which is what rests
upon Mr. Low's mind and the
minds of all who arc interested in
the development of the country. In
one direction the completed road
comes near Low's ranch a Waimca
and stops, in the other direction
near the Iluumula sheep station
and stops. Stops for the lack of
energy in successive administra
tions throughout various forms of
government, waits now for money
in the treasury which the country
has abundant means to place there
if it had but the way.
The missing link is only ten
miles long and at present has not
to show even a decent bridle trail.
Mr. Low was asked, in presence of
the chief public spender and the
chief public provider, what it would
cost to build this piece of road. He
said that $17,000 would do it.
Were there not difficult lava flows
to traverse? No. One of the built
ends already crossed the formidable
winrow of lava created by the flow
of 1 801. There was not more than
a mile of passage to be broken
through the flow of 1859. This
would be the most expensive por
tion. For the rest the rock was aa,
which lent itself capitally to road
With the ten miles mentioned
constructed, there would be a car
riage road from Kohala into the
Konas. The dream of a carriage
road around Hawaii would be ful
filled. Mr. I,ow wished that he might
have the pleasure of entertaining
some newspaper men of Honolulu
at the ranch, so that incidentally
the woes of through his bailiwick
might be made manifest to the peo
ple of the whole group. "I would
treat you right," Mr. Iow said.
"I would see that the horse you
rode was not one of the bucking
kind." Honolulu Bulletin.
Were They Tulkluu or Hole I
A year ago Senator Cullom of
Illinois was credited with remark
ing upon the vociferousness of
President Roosevelt, who, as is well
known, does not hesitate to speak
loudly while holding conferences
with his visitors.
Yesterday morning Mr. Cullom
went to the White House. As soon
as he appeared in the President's
reception-room, the President saw
him and walked over to him. With
much solemnity, Mr. Cullom took
Mr. Roosevelt over into a corner of
the room and whispered inaudibly
into his car for five minutes. The
President listened with smiling
"All right, Senator," he said in
a loud voice when Mr. Cullom had
finally concluded his confidential
communication, "nobody shall ever
hear what I say to you in
"Hut how about this particular
matter?" queried the anxious
The President put his finger to
his lips. "Sh-u-u-h!" lie whispered,
"not a woid! Somebody might
And so the Senator went away,
lie does not know yet what the
President might have said. Wash
We are printers and publishers. Any.
tiling iu the way of jolt work neatly and
promptly uxeeutcd at the Titiuumt Office,
SENT TO 1'KISON.
Connor O'Kclly, Member of Purlin
incut, Is Among Them.
Castlcbar (Ireland), Dec. 18.
The hearing of the charges of hold
ing meetings and delivering in
timidating speeches in defiance of
the police brought against Connor
O'Kclly, M. P., Chairman of the
Mayo Council, and several other
oiucials ot Mayo county was con
cluded today. Mr. O'Kclly was
sentenced to two months' imprison-1
ment and four other defendants,
were sentenced to terms of im-
prisonment ranging from . a fort-1
night to a mouth. All the sentences
imposed were without hard labor.
The Court refused the demand of
the defendants for leave to appeal
from the jurisdiction of the court.
The refusal of the Court was due
to the fact that the defendants re
fused to promise not to speak pub
licly in the interim.
London, Dec. 19. The sentences
of Connor O'Kclly and the other
officials of County Mayo at Castle
bar are likely to be the beginning
of further trouble in Ireland. The
sentences were secured under the
old Crimes Act of 1887, which has
long been dormant. The "Chron
icle," which was not unfriendly to
the Government, reminds the Min
isters of the lack of wisdom in such
prosecutions and says that the real
remedy required is a new hud act,
owing to the fact that the land com
missioners arc fixing rents too high
in the west of Ireland districts,
where a great deal of misery still
prevails. This statement is testified
to by Thomas Russell, Parliamen
tary Secretary for the local Govern
ment Hoard, as well as by the Na
WAUSIIll'S TO VKNKXUIll.A.
(leriniiuy Hesitates About At tucking
Monroe Doctrine of America.
Washington, Dec. 17. There is
no official warrant for the published
statement that Germany lias de
clared specifically to the United
States its intention with regard to
the proposed seizure of a Venezue
lan port or other territory to be
held pending a settlement of Vene
zuela's debts to Germany.
On the contrary, Germany is
placidly resting on the broad gene
ralized declaration of the message
of President Roosevelt as to the
meaning of the Monroe doctrine
and is satisfied that any exactions
she may make of Venezuela will be
guaranteed by that declaration.
The status of the relations be
tween the United States and Ger
many as to the latter's movements
against Venezuela is as it lias been
stated iu the Hearst newspapers.
Tho Sunday Volcano.
Wm. H. Marshal has sold the
Sunday Volcano, to Messrs Avers
and Sabin, two well known news
paper men in Honolulu. Mr.
Marshal goes to Manila to join C.
O. Zicgcnfuss a journalistic twin
spirit. The Volcano under Mr.
Marshal's editorship was a Voice
crying iu the wilderness. Under
its new management, it will be a
clever weekly, entitled to the confi
dence and support of the capital
Deputy Attorney General Cath
cart arrived by the Kinau last Tues
day to undertake the prosecution of
cases for the government in the
Fourth Circuit Court. Mr. Cath
cart has a reputation which pre
ceded his latest advent to Hilo. He
is the hardest worked man in the
Dole government. Cathcart has
mastered all the intricacies of a
term criminal calendar regardless of
the races at Hoolulu Park and re
gardless of Merger's music. Cathcart
knows as much now of the criiuiu-
thelology of Hawaii for the past six
1 mouths as an ordinary man or law
yer knows who has lived here while
all the deviltry happened.
Tluxl 1 hiking Coiiiii is a source of
annoyance to yourself and othets,
as well as of distress. Hy taking a
teaspoon ful of I'ain-Kii.i.uk in half
a glass of warm water or milk every
hour or two, you will he surprised
to liuil how quickly the cough will
disappear. Insist upon getting the
genuine. Hold iu two sizes. Price
25c and 50c Avoid substitutes,
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
California Fertilizer Works.
Office : 53 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Factories : South San Francisco and Berkeley, Cal.
IVJ. D. HALL, Chomlst
Manufacturers of Pure Bone Fertilizers
and Pure Bone Meal.
of Every Description.
Have constantly on hand the following goods adapted to the Island trade:
HIGH GRADE CANE MANURE, DIAMOND A FERTILIZERS,
NITRATE OF SODA, SULPHATE OF AMMONIA,
HIGH GRADE SULPHATE OF POTASH,
FISH GUANO, WOOL DUST. ETC.
Special Manures Manufactured to Order.
The Manures manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS are
made entirely from clean hone treated Willi acid, Dry Mood and Mesh, I'otush and
mnuucMa Salts. No adulteration of any kind is used, and every ton is sold tiudei
11 guaranteed analysis. One ton or one thousand tons arc almost exactly alike, and
lor excellent mechanical condition and high mini sis have no .superior in the market.
The superiority of l'ure Hone over any other I'hosphatic, material for l'ertilier
use is so Hell known that it needs 110 explanation. The large and constantly increas
ing demand for the Fertilizers manufactured !y the California Fertilizer Works is
the best possible proof of their superior quality.
A Stock of "DIAMOND A" Fertilizer will bo kept constantly on hand and
for salo on the usual terms, by L. TURNER CO., Ltd., Hilo.
For Terms of Sale, which arc equivalent to San Francisco prices
with freight and other charges added, address:
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Hilo Agents for California Fertili7cr Works.
HILO WINE ANU
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
Wines and Liquors
Schlifz and Enterprise Beer.
Jockey Cub Whiskey
Family Trado Solicited.
Hilo Wine and
Rami made Saddles and harness.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
A LARGE STOCK
of NEW SUITING just arrived
I IIAVI5 KMri.OVHI) TII15 SICRVICKS
or 1'IVK lMRST-CKASS TAILORS; Cus
tomers desiring Suits of Clothes Made to
Order iu ONI5 DAY, can do m by leaving
order anytime at my store
Liquor Com parry
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