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1 1$ tfiKa
T li (i t man
failed (o shut
llto door, and
tho strong ilratt
squarely in tho
A draft means
n cold, a cough,
often tho beginning
You slum a draft. Hut
jolt can't uheu tiding in
tlm stieet-eais: either In
the closed oronen curs. Then
keen at hand a bottle of
It will euro n "sti cut-car cold" In a
night. Tho moment oit feel chilly or
feverish, want to rough, or hao any
tightness In tho ehcs.t take a dose. Tho
relief is immediate.
l'tit up in latgo and small bottles.
Aycr'a Cherry lVrloral Piaster Is a
greataid to the Cheny Perioral, l'laeed
directly over the naluful lung, it draws
out all soreness, relieves congestion,
and imparts great strength.
Prepared by Dr. J. C, Acr Co., La tit, Maui., U. S. A.
Union Barber Shop.
GAKCIA & CANAKIO, Props.
Ulc SDavc, Cut Ij.nr and Shampoo
at Ecl-Clvc Rates.
We also take patlicuhir pains with Chil
JAS. M. CAMERON.
Mr. Cameroi' is prepared to give cst$.
mule on all '..nuts of Plumbing Work
nud to guarantee all work done.
Hilo Barber Shop
The Old Reliable Stand is
Kaors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
F. BRUCHELLI, Proprietor.
HACK STAND Telephone 126
STABL1J Volcano Street, Tele
phone 1 25
Livery and Boarding
Saddle Horses, Buggies and Sur
ries for hire at reasonable piiccs.
Ti:i,i:rno.i: Minims hiomitia
Ni:W MiKK SN 1'KWCIM'O
S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
imoKKUS and COMMISSION
. .I'lUK INSl'RANCi: ..
Dealers in llr) Ciooils, Notions, Cigars
and Tiibicio Spm.il utteiitiou given
In coiiMgiuui nis '.) milt, mil! sugir.
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any
wauti it. KcMirs maiie on any
riiruiture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cnbinot Shop.
Apply to JOSH (.. SI'.UUAO.
The Whole Story
in one letter about
I'rom Capt. F. Loye, I'ollco 8ttlon Xo.
, 5. Montreal : "We frequently ui rnnr j
1 DAvit'PAlN.KlLLEltforjxifnl nthftom-(
i ach, rhtmnat($m, ttlffnctt, frott bilei, ehU-
, blaini, tram), and all Afflictions which j
bofull men In our position. I hiuo no hciU j
i tatlon In laying that PilN-KiLLKn U tht I
belt ronniy to have ntar at hand."
Ucil Intarnnlly unit Internally.
Two Sizes, 25c. and 60c. botllta.
One of the bust presents
for any otic is a good Ko
dak. If the one to whom
you wish to make a present
has a camera, then they
will require other things to
help them in their work.
WIS TKACH how to take and
make pictures, and have
all the supplies necessary.
We devclope and print
films or plates, and give
each view the best atten
tion to bring out a good
picture for you.
Kodaks can ho sent by Mall
HILO DRUG CO.
Direct Line betwcea SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Hark liny Turner, Capt. Warland
Hark Marlha Davis, Capt. McAUman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
HOP WARM CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
i CARRIAGE SHOP J
Volcano St., by bridge.
All kinds of carriages made to
order. Repairing and Job Work
neatly and quickly done. Horse
shoeing n specialty. Carriage ma
terial constantly on hand.
R. IJ. UYRNn, Prop.
L. IIHLBUSII has the agency
for the sale of the celebrated
Racine Boat Manufacturing
Co.'s swift gasoline launches.
apply lo him at Potemkiu's Store,
I Suits Made to Order at Low Prices,
y stvle I Ready-Made Suits. Cleaning and Mend
kind of ling Neatly Done.
-U FRONT STRF.KT,
Next to Chinese Doctor, 11II.O, II. T.
t'OUKT IN' FULL HLAST.
(Continued from page a.)
dcrgarten at the Ililo jail of late if
one may judge hy the number of
infant offenders presented hy the
Grand Jury for larceny. Manuel
Perez aged twelve years, an emi
grant from Porto Rico, also plead
guilty to acquiring $20 from
another. He said he was induced
to leave Porto Rico hy a man who
gave him a dollar to meet his trav
eling expenses. He had been in
Hawaii about six mouths, but had
never attended school. He seemed
somewhat discouraged that his
early attempts to become a sub
stantial and wealthy American citi
zen had been so unfeelingly nipped
in the bud. A third offender in
swaddling clothes was a Hawaiian
youngster apparently seven or eight
years old, who admitted that he
had taken $2.15 of alien coin, be
cause as he explained he wanted to
buy something. Sentence on all
these pleas of guilty was reserved
by the Judge. He seemed lo think
that a nursery should be added to
the police department.
L,im Hin, a Chinese cook with
some originality for concocting new
dishes, appears to have mixed a
compound of tea and paris green
for several friends. The dose did
not result fatally, but ten indict
ments for assault with intent to
commit murder did result and he
finds the outlook gloomy.
A few other indictments for
burglar', larceny, etc., complete
the criminal calendar for the term.
Out of about thirty-six commit
ments from District Court true bills
were found in all but three, among
these exceptions being F. Gardner
who was charged witn assault with
a deadly weapon.
On Wednesday luoming Kan
Kau plead guilty to assault and
battery with a deadly weapon upon
his wife. The counsel assigned in
the case having decided there was
no defense. Hidgway, attorney for
defense, spoke for leniency. The
penalty prescribed by law is a fine
not to exceed $1000 and imprison
ment at hard labor not to exceed
ten years. The sentence of the
Court was that the prisoner pay a
fine of $250 and serve a term of
Clarence Boyd, who plead guilty
to stealing a ring valued at about
$4 from an employee of Dr. Reid,
and has already been in jail six
mouths and a half was sentenced to
sixty days in the Hilo jail, the pre
vious term of confinement being
taken into consideration. "The
next time though," said the Judge,
"it will be ten years."
Fugisaki Matsutora was in
dicted for murder in the first de
gree, for killing the paramour of
his wife. Deputy Attorney-General
Cathcart said the Government
with the Court's permission would
accept a plea of manslaughter in
the first degree. Carl Smith attor
ney for the defendant spoke upon
the question, stating that he had
advised his client to enter such a
plea. The Court granted permis
sion to change the charge accord
ingly and the defendant plead
guilty. The sentence of the Court
was that the defendant be impris
oned in Ililo jail for ten years, the
lowest sentence allowed by the
statute for this offense.
Koko Kualii charged with lar
ceny appeared again without a law
yer and will defend himself.
Kapalani and Kainoa, infants
charged with burglary had no
counsel, and plead not guilty. The
parents were summoned and the
father who works for V. II. Ship
man was instructed to secure coun
sel for his children before tomorrow
morning if he wanted to save him
George Durkee, larceny in second
degree, plead not guilty and will
plead his own case.
Jesus Toro, ten years old, plead
guilty to larceny in second degree.
He seems to be alone in Hawaii so
far as relatives are concerned, and
claims to be free of encumbrances
of that sort generally. He is ap
parently one of the "able bodied"
laborers imported to work Hawaiian
sugar plantations. "What do you
want me to do with you?" inquired
the Jtidgc. The youth remarked
that it was immaterial, but seemed
to be willing to accept deportation
to his native land. The Judge
gave him a short lecture through
an interpreter nnd sentenced him
to confinement at Hie Government
Reform School during his minority
that he might be educated and
taught the duties of a citizen.
Kawaktcha l'sunckichi, charged
with extortion, plead not guilty,
and is defended by Smith & Par
sons. Manuel Perez, another Porto
Rican infant who had taken $20,
plead guilty. He is the youth pre
viously referred lo as having come
to Hawaii upon $t. He is twelve
years old. He will be confined in
the reform school during the term
of his minority.
Agopatc Guadalupe, Porto Rican
charged with assault with a deadly
weapon plead guilty. He has been
in jail six mouths, and was sen
tenced to sixty days more.
Okcda Mansuke, charged with
burglary in second degree, plead
guilty. He had stolen money
from a trunk in the house of Wil
liam Wilson, blacksmith at Kukui-
hacle, Ilamakua. He was sen
tenced to a term of three years at
Nagiyama Jinjaria, charged with
burglary in first degree, was sen
tenced to a term of four years at
Two Porto Ricaus charged with
assault with a deadly 'weapon with
attempt to rob were each sentenced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
five years and to pay a fine of $100.
Ah Quong by his attorneys
Smith it Parsons plead in bar to
indictment for rape, a previous con
viction. He is the Chinaman sen
tenced about two years ago for
rape upon an infant child at I.au
pahoehoe. The indictment at that
time was found by the Circuit
Judge, there being no Grand Jury.
Ah Quong was released last winter
on the ground that his conviction
was illegal, as the Hawaiian Islands
were at that time under the Consti
tution of the United States, which
required indictments to be presented
by a Grand Jury. Ah Quong,
however, claims that it was legal
and that therefore he cannot be
tried a second time, although he is
at liberty on the ground of its ille
gality. OUK OWN 1IAXI).
Captain Ilerger Sajs It Can he .Hade
One of the Finest.
While in the city, Captain Bcrger
was given an opportunity to hear
the Ililo baud, which is composed
of twenty-seven pieces under the
leadership of Prof. Carvalho. At
the conclusion of a short rehearsal,
Captain Bcrger complimented the
boys. He said there was no other
musical organization in the Ha
waiian islands, except his own,
that was equal to the Ililo Band.
He told Prof. Carvalho, the talented
leader, that he could conic to Ho
nolulu at any time and be assured
of a lucrative place in the Hawaiian
baud. Prof. Carvalho is strongly
tempted to accept the offer, but
much prefers to remain in the
Queen City and bring to a higher
degree of perfection the musical or
ganization of which he is the head.
The only thing needed to do this
is more financial support. The
baud here will make a:, effort about
February i to enlist the support of
merchants and citizens to enable
the members to devote more time
to baud practice. All of the boys
have their daily labors to attend to
and if they practice as they should,
they must neglect their respective
duties in business or as employees.
They want a little financial aid and
will soon be able to give creditable
concerts twice a month. With
proper encouragement, there is no
reason why weekly concerts should
not be a regular thing in Ililo by
the Ililo Baud.
i- a Jicnl 'Pleasure to us to
speak favorably of Pain-Kim.uk,
known almost universally to be a
good and safe remedy for burns and
other pains of the body. It is val
uable not only for colds in winter,
but for various summer complaints,
and should be in every family.
Ti.e casualty which demands it
may come unaware. Christian Ad
vocate. Avoid substitutes, there is
but one Paiu-Killcr, Perry Davis .
Price 25c. and 50c.
Te HI piercaiHl Company, Ltd.
AGENTS FOR T1IIC
"KKKN KUTTKR" BRAND OF
CANE KNIVES and HOES
Mutual Reserve Fund
OF NKW YORK.
Policy Holders' Company, who control the Company, and alone
share in the profits thereof.
FRKDKRIClv A. BURNIIAM PuiiSiniCNT
Twentieth Annual Statemen' ,
TOTAL ASSHTS $12,26 1,493.36
(Not including Mortuary and Dues Resources)
TOTAL IJAWMTIHS $11,077,220.53
Net surplus invested and Cash Assets over all Lia
bilities, actual and contingent, December 31,
1900 $ 1,187,272.83
Income during 1900 141623. 41 3-85
Payments to Policy Holders, including advanced
payments applied 5,01 4,99 .o8
Total Disbursements 61316.707.55
Kxcess of Income over Disbursements 8,306,706.30
Total Death Claims paid to date 55,000,000.00
TOTAL BUSINKSS IN FORCH, DKCKMBKR 31, 1900,
81,076 . $189,267,347.00
YOU CANNQT FAIL when you have one of the Survivor
ship Bonus and anticipated surplus policy, of the
Mutual Reserve Fund
UNF.yUALLHD IN ADVANTAGES extended to their
FUIJ, AND COMPI.KTK
Iron and Steel
Paints, Oils and Glass
Fertilizer, Bone Meal
The Hilo Mercantile Co., Ltd.
Hilo &j&& Hawaii, H. T.
I, 1901. '
Territory of Hawaii.