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Y()U 1NVKST IN THK l'AWAA
: ilBp" TRACT ON KING ST., I
Just below Walklkl turn, .'even
minutes ride on the electric road
to l'ort Street. The priceR for
which these lots nrc being offered
nre bound to double In les limn
one year's time. KASV Tukms.
For further particulars address
MR. CEORCE OSBORN,
Kukaiitu, l'aauilo, llaunii.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japauosc and Chines
Thin blood always makes trouble
Your circulation is very poor, you
Kavo cold hands and feet. Your
nerves aro weak, you aro despondent
and discouraged. Your stomach Is
bad, you baro Indigestion and sick
headache Your muscles aro weak
and you fan hardly drag about tho
house. Hut there Is a prompt euro.
ffl'Sl VsBB IS
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
Two Glasses for 25 Cents.
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
Mm. M. Arrlicr, of Hnbart,TasmanlA,Fcmls
lier iiliitKraili :tnl ,
" .My lilnoU :ik iui iliin nml my circulation
km m iioor th.it my lliiRirs wrro cold nil
liluonlltlin tlmu. I lt nil enrrpy nml was
nlmoUllfflcM. liitArriiSirn.i.irllla foon
restored vitality to my lmlo Kjufm. It
imrlllcil my lilmul nnu in.idc it rich and
licallliy. I VIIcm' It l tin greatest lucillcluo
In tho world for tlw blood."
Thoro aro many imitation " Barsajiarlllaj."
llo ttiro jou got Aycr's.
To get tho best results from Ajcr's Sarsa
parilla jour bowcU must bo In Rood condi
tion. Ajcr's Tills euro constipation.
Prtpsrtd by Dr. J. C. A) er 4 Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPArY
Iiituriiuttoiinl Uoiircrciici' Tor Sltuly
Iiir Nnlurc of Temblors.
Washington, Aug. 17. An in
ternational investigation of earth
quakes will probably be the next
great inquiry jointly taken up by
the loading nations of the world.
Emperor William is taking the in
itiative in this movement, doubtless
not desiring to have the Czar of
Russia suggest all the propositions
having a tendency to bring civilized
peoples closer together.
Germany has invited the United
States, all the European countries,
Mexico, Japan, Argentine and
Chile to participate in the confer
ence for the study of seismological
problems. The invitation was
given directly to the State Depart
ment by Count von Quadt, the
German Charge d'Affairs. lie
acted tinder instructions from Ber
lin. It is proposed to hold the in
ternational conference sometime
All countries invited to partici
pate are expected to send delegates.
They will naturally be scientists of
high standing, especially those
whose duties bring them in contact
with the general topics of earth
quakes and disturbances of the
earth's crust. No action looking
to calling the conference will be
taken until a considerable number
of the nations required to send del
egates have replied to the invita
tion sent by Germany.
STlIKIi COMHIXK AXSWBUH.
J. S. Canario,
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
At Moderate I'riccs.
Mixkd and Fancy Duinks
Two Glasses for 35 cts
J. G. 8ERRAO,
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a ooi
meal nicely prepared call
and see me.
Meals 25c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Union Cigar Stand
I'ORKIGN AND DOMESTIC
TOHACCOS AND CIGARS
6C "Kly MRRITO"
IOC "Kh PALRNCIA"
IOC "HOIIUMIAN CLUll"
S, C. SHAW - Proprietor
Waiauuemie Street. Hilo
INTERVENTION IN VENEZUELA.
Hcrlln Press Suggests Appointment
of n ('ommissioii.
Berlin, Aug. 25. The Cologne
Gazette, a newspaper which often
expresses the views of the Foreign
Office on foreign affairs, advocates
the intervention in Venezuela of
one of the several powers whose
citizens have financial interests
there, particularly the United
States, Germany and France, and
suggests that the intervention take
the form of an -international com
mission to control the customs re
ceipts for the benefit of the bond
holders, avoiding meddling with
local politics. The paper believes
that General Matos, the revolution
ary leader, can be induced to con
London, Aug. 26. The Daily
Mail, in an editorial article on Ven
ezuela's defiance of European pow
ers in maintaining a blockade and
seizing Dutch vessels, declares it to
be impossible for Europe to allow a
piratical and predatory Government
of this type to disturb the commerce
ofthe West Indies and the security
of the Caribbean Sea.
"This time Venezuela must be
taught a lesson," says the paper.
After inveighing against the Mon
roe doctrine the editorial concludes:
"America should keep her dis
orderly states in order and chastise
them when relying on their weak
ness and her protection they offend
against international law."
of the Urent n
Trenton, N. J., August 27 The
United States Steel Corporation to
day filed in the Court of Chancery
an answer to the amended bill of
complaint of J. Aspinwall Hodge,
Bernard Smith and William II.
Curtiss, to restrain the proposed
conversion of $200,000,000 7 per
cent preferred stock into $200,000,-
000 s per cent second mortgage
bonds. The answer denies that
the books of the corporation show
Curtiss to be the owner of aMy
stock of the concern. Smith, it is
averred, d(d not own any stock of
record until June, 24, 1902, after
the plan of conversion had been
adopted, and that the stock now
recorded in Smith's name was vot
ed in favor of the plan. Hodge, it
is admitted, owns 100 snares 01
stock, but it is alleged that he was
not present at the stockholder's
meeting when the plan was sub
mitted and that his stock was not
voted either by himself or by
It is denied that fifteen or more
of the directors of the Steel Cor
poration are members of the syndi
cate through which preferred stock
was to be converted into bonds. It
is admitted that that some of the
directors arc members of the syndi
cate, but that this fact was commu
nicated to every stockholder in the
circular 17, 1902.
The answer says the directors in
the syndicate are a minority in the
board of directors, but that they
arc large stockholders and favored
the conversion plan because they
believed it would be advantageous
to them as stockholders. It is de
nied that any stockholders had
had been offered special terms in
connection with converting their
preferred stock into bonds in order
to secure their affirmative votes for
the plan. It is denied that the
$50,000,000 of additional capital
which it was proposed to obtain
was needed for purposes that were
chargeable to the earnings of the
The answer then takes up the
line of the argument made in the
affidavit made of George W. Per
kins, chairman of the finance com
mittee, filed last week, in which
Perkins claimed that this addition
al $50,000,000 was needed to pay
for improvements and to give the
company a larger surplus to per
mit it to do a cash business and be
protected against a money stringen
cy in the event of a business de
pression. The answer says the earn
ings of the corporation for the year
ending March 31, 1902, were$ui,-
502,054; for the month of April,
1902, $12,320,766; May, $13,120,
390; June, $12,220,362; July, esti
mated, 1 1 ,900,000 or at the rate of
$150,000,000 a year. Au inven
tory is filed to show that the Com
pany's property is worth $1,400,
000,000 more than the combined
par value of the preferred and com
mon stock. It is stated also that
the company's surplus is now $65,
000,000. The answer emphasizes
the point raised by Perkin's to the
effect that the conversion would re
duce the fixed charges of the com
pany and be advantageous to all
stockholders, botu prelerrcd
California Fertilizer Works.
Office: 53t Clay Street, Snn Francisco, Cal.
Factories : South San Francises and Berkeley, Cal.
M. 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.
Spocial Manuros Manufactured to Ordor.
The Manures manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS are
made entirely from clean bone treated with acid, Dry Illood and l'lesh, l'ouish and
maguesiu Salts. No adulteration of any kind is used, and every ton is sold uudei
u guaranteed analysis. One ton or one thousand tons are almost exactly alike, and
lor excellent mechanical condition and high analysis have 110 superior in the market.
The superiority of l'ure Hone over any other Phosphatic material for l'ertilizcr
use is so well known that it needs no explanation. The large ami constantly increas
ing demand for the I'crtilijxrs manufactured by the Calilornia 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 are equivalent to San Francisco prices
with freight and other charges added, address:
L. TURNER CO., Ltd-
Hilo Agents for California Fertilizer Works.
HILO WINE m
- LIOUOR COMPANY
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
Lato Suppers from 8 p.
to I a. m.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fan Motors at reduced price. Fixtures,
ShndcH, Table, lied and Desk Lamps,
etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
I'ower for operating them $1 a mouth
Just received, new stock of Shades ol
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
and Fan .Motor.
Intimates furnished on all cluskus of
IKlcctrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete,
Wlint lsl'nln llulmJ
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a
liniment and, while adapted to all
ordinary uses of a liniment, has
qualities which distinguish it from
other remedies of this class. Pain
Balm is especially beneficial for
rheumatism. Thousands of cases
can be cited in which it has effect
ed a cure when the sufferer had
previously the best medical service
without receiving relief. Pain
Balm is positively guaranteed to
give relief in the most severe cases
of chronic or acute rheumatism.
Pain Balm heals bruises, bums
and scalds in less time than any
other treatment. It is "antiseptic"
that is, it prevents putrefaction and
JORDAN'S OAT UFSKT.
Professor and Ills Party Narrowly
Tutuila, Aug. 11. During his
visit in Tutuila Dr. Jordan, his
wife, and other members of the
Commission, had a narrow escape
from drowning. He wished to pro
ceed to Nuutili, about four miles
west of Pago Pago, and the com
mandant of the station had placed
at his disposal the whaleboat
Wheeling in tow of a steam launch.
When opposite the town the party
attempted to get ashore in the
whaleboat through the passage of
the reef. In doing so the boat cap
sized and all were cast into the sea.
The doctor and Mrs. Jordan were
some time tinder water, but fortu
nately for all the Samoans who
formed the boat's crew, with Kn
sigu Marble, U. S. N., were en
abled to save them. The com
mandant's son was with them and j by so doing generally prevents an
a counle of Samoans not him ashore , unsightly scar remaining after the
through the surf. j injury is healed. For lame hack, j
The Fish Commission has had , lumbago and neuralgia, 'Pain Blam J
remarkable success in Sanioan has no equal. It has the quality i
waters in pursuing Us researches, of "getting to the right spot." No
and it is reported that more than j sufferer from these distressing af-1
600 varieties of fish have been col-1 fections should defer n trial of thin '
lected. This is the highest record remedy. One application give re-
yet made by the professor and his lief. Try
associates. sells it.
in cases tuid bulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
Tm.Hi'HONic 9b. Front Stukht, Nkak Chukch.
Accuracy and Dispatch
This is the motto of the Mail Order Department of Cali
fornia's largest store. Shopping by mail, has become, through
our splendid system, as easy and almost as satisfactoiy as
by personal visit to the store. Twice a year we issue a very
large and profusely illustrated General Catalogue called " I he
Emporium Economist," which describes the new fashions;
prices for everything to T1 tP
eat, drink, wear or use;
tells how to order goods;
liow to send money; gives
accurate shopping infor
mation, etc. Send for a
free copy of tho Summer
I90lll2pa0 edition of
"Tho Economist" now
Upon receiving your
order no labor is spared to
select from our immense stock the exact arlic e wanted, and
the goods are shipped to you the same day I a order Is re
ceived, rf possible. Our customers interests we make our
own. If not already familiar with our methods, a trial oider
will convince you that it pays to trade with "the big store."
BrMll M I1 I 1 S
', Hilo Drug Store I
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