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atrongth of n powerful chahi,
cures coughs and colds, oven hard
coughs and old colds.
Mrs. A. Wlitto, of Klteroy, Victoria,
says: " 1 had a cry hard cough night
and day. I tried many remedies, hut
without relief. I thought my lungs
woro nearly gone I then tried Ajer's
Cherry Pectoral. I hegan to lntjroo
at onco, nnd only ouo and one-halt hot
tics completely cured me."
Tlioro aro many substitutes niMl imi
tations. Ilownro of thorn I llo suro
you get Aycr's"Clicrry l'ectoral.
Two sizes. Largo nnd small hottlos.
Prtpircd bj Dr. J. C. Acr&Co.f Lontll, Mils., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
Union Barber Shop.
GAUCIA & CANARIO, Props.
HILO MARKET GO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bkidoh St. - IIlI.O, H. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hi 1,0, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
J. D. KENNEDY
lUc Shave, Gut Rair and Shampoo
at Cct-Eivc Rales.
Wo also take particular pains with Chil
dren's I Iaircutting.
Hilo Barber Shop
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
I Some I
Now in Stock
Curtice Jams and Jel
lies Curtiw IUue I.-lhle
Menu's Pickles nnd
C & II. J.imsnud Jel
Anchovy Paste and
White Label Olfves
" " Piiuolns
-Nicelle" Olive Oil
Curtice Maple Syrup
SUUAIt ItEFlXKUir.S IX UAXAOA.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Lid.
Sole Agents for
W-itional Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In efTect Mnrch I, 1 902.
Pansetver Trains, Uxcipt Sunday.
No. 1 No. 3
p, m Cavnr .j
'M 1 ISLAND HI 1TP.K. 1 &
A M. I
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Iv Hilo ar
ar Keaau ar
Iv Hilo ar
ar Pahoa nr
ar Puna Iv
iv lino nr
kir...... l'anoa nr
ar Puna Iv
L TURNER CO.,
The only desirable means of reaching
the Volcano. "Connections at Mountain
View with stages daily morning trains
going, afternoon trains returning. Pure
from Hilo for the round trip 8. ThU
route is through Otaa plantation, the
largtht in Hawaii, virgin forests of koa
ami wild ferns, and through many coffeo
The natural wonders of Puna make
tint district the most interesting spot in
I Hawaii. One mii itpeud a most delight
ful ltt exploring the underground cues,
swimming in the famous Hot Springs
ami resting 011 the cool sliures ol Green
Kxciirhiou tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdas and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
fni! tides between any two points, ami
thousand mile tickets are sold at ery
IMcud (Irniul Welcome to lllshop
lti'Klnilrk or llplscopal Church.
Ilonoltiltt Lodge of the Order of
Klks did itself honor brilliantly in
a reception to Right Reverend H.
11. Itchtnrick, Ivpiscopal Uishop of
Honolulu, n ineinlwr of the order.
The assembly hall of the lodge in
its handsome quarters at Ikrctania
and Miller streets, was decorated in
elaborate and tasteful style with
American and Hawaiian flaps,
palms, plants and flowors. The
reception was at 8:30, when a long
procession of ladies and gentlemen
advanced to the head of the hall to
extend a welcome to the distin
guished ecclesiastic who has lately
taken up his home in Honolulu.
A bevy of ladies assisted the lodge
officers in receiving.
When the assembly was seated
after the reception it filled nearly
the entire floor and a large number
of the members of the order and
their gentlemen guests were happy
in availing themselves of standing
Among prominent guests of the
evening were Rev. Canon A. Mack
intosh and wife, Kev. Canon Kitcat,
Rev. Arthur Kvans of Ios Angeles,
Mr. L'ylcr, secretary to Bishop
Restarick; Messrs. Guard, Peck,
McKinney and Gehr of the Hilo
Lodge of Klks; Hon. John M.
Thurston, Judge Estcc, Lieuten
ants Davis and Newton, U. S. A.,
and Assistant Paymaster F. Mc
Wilkie, U. S. N.
An overture by the Hawaiian
Qnintot Club opened the literary
and musical program, which was
called off by A. ,K. Murphy, chair
man of committee.
F. M. Brooks, Exalted Ruler,
read an address of welcome to the
Bishop, taking occasion to eluci
date the principles of the order.
Bishop Restarick was seated on the
right of the presiding officer, to his
right being Dr. C. B. Cooper,
District Deputy Grand Exalted
Ruler. To the left of the E. R.
were seated Canon Mackintosh and
R. T. Guard, E. R. of Hilo Lodge.
Songs with piano accompani
ment, every one of which was en
cored, were given by Mr. Hertzer,
Mrs. Annis Montague Turner, J.
L. Rockwell, Mrs. Mott-Smith
Bird and Miss Alice Campbell.
Between the vocal numbers came
humorous monologues by Allan
Dunn and Mr. BrieN, causing up
roarious mirth, music by the Ha
waiian performers and a piano solo
by Captain Berger.
Bishop Restarick delivered his
reply to the address of welcome
next to the closing orchestral over
ture and preceding the 1 1 o'clock
toast to abent brothers, which cer
emony he explained in happy terms
to tho assembly. The Bishop's
speech was largely expressive of
his delight with the scenes and peo
ple of his new home. He dwelt
somewhat on the principles and
practices of the Elks, telling in that
connection that he esteemed it an
honor to have been accorded life
membership in his own lodge.
Elks were among tlie last to bid
Lliim godspeed from the California
shore and the first to welcome him
upon the waves that dance upon
the Honolulu harbor entrance.
He made a beautiful allusion, in
referring to the 1 1 o'clock rite, to
the ocean as carrying to his imag
ination, messages of aloha and fond
remembrance between friends upon
both shores. Bishop Restarick
justified the diversions of the Elks
lodgcroom, claiming that innocent
jollity is good for tired folks. The
day when clergymen deemed it ne
cessary to wear solemn faces had
passed away. He told of a sedate
bishop in England who while frol
icking with, his children ambled on
all fours inadvertently into a com-
I'cdrrnl Company of New York l'lnnt
Home Important lluslncss.
Vancouver, B. C. August 28.
A special dispatch from Montreal
says C. A. Spreckels, president of
the Federal Sugar Refining Com
pany of New York, spent today in
this city nnd Ottawa with a num
ber of the local capitalists, chiefly
business friends of Sir William Van
Home, who is largely interested
with Mr. Spreckclfi. He obtained
from the Secretary of State letters
patent incorporating his company
in Canada with a capital stock of
$6,000,000. Besides Mr. Spreckels
the incorporators are W. Cooke, R.
D. McGibbou, T. Chase Casgrain,
M. P., and Fabvre Rtirveor, all of
The object of the company, as
officially set out, is to establish
sugar refineries operated under the
special inventions and methods of
Mr. Spreckels and to carry on busi
ness in Canada. In an interview
Mr. Spreckels stated that steps
would immediately be taken lead
ing to the building of two large re
fineries in the Dominion, one at
Montreal and the other at Van-
Sir William Van Home is a
shareholder in the refinery at pres
ent located at Vancouver, and B.
T. Rogers, manager at Vancouver,
is stated here to have been offered
by Mr. Spreckels the management
of a monster plant to be erected
either at Seattle or San Francisco.
Mr. Spreckels claims that his com
pany has obtained practical control
of the output of the Hawaiian
Hilo mercaniiie Company, Ltl
Plantation Supplies of
r All Descriptions
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN KUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
P. O. BOX 94
Rand made Saddles and Rnrncss.
(Icncrnl of U. S. Army Ordered to
Washington, August 26. The
War Department this afternoon
gave out the order issued to Gen
eral Miles to go to the Philippines.
It is signed by William Cary San
ger, acting Sectretary of War, and
is as follows:
War Department, Washington
26, 1902. Sir: I have the honor
to state that your application for
authority to inspect the portion of
the army serving in the Philippines
is approved by the President. You
will sail about the 15th of Septem
ber and inspecting the condition of
the army will give particular atten
tion to its instruction, discipline,
and supplies of all kinds.
It is the understanding that in
that capacity, though of superior
rank, General Miles will not inter
fere in any way with either Gen
eral Chaffee or his successor, Gen
eral Davis, in the direction of the
army in the Philippines. He will
critically examine the conditions
as he finds them, devoting his at
tention entirely to matters of army
administration and not to political
affairs, and the results of his work
will be embodied in a set of reports.
It is believed here that he will be
accompanied by at least two mem
bers of his staff namely, Lieutenant
Colonel Whitney and Colonel
Rebcr, the latter his son-in-law.
Colonel Maus, who is the inspect
ing officer of the staff, also may
accompany General Miles, if his
health, which is somewhat impair
ed at present, permits.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
Bodies of r'ulrs Shipped.
Paris, Aug. 27. The bodies of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Fair were
withdrawn from the Madeleine to
night and taken to the railway de
pot, where they were packed in
separate deal cases, exactly similar
to those used in shipping goods.
The personality of the Fairs will be
lost until the boxes reach New
York 011 the American line steam
ship St. Louis. There were'a few
R. R. JCI.OIN,
O. P. &. T. A.
wreaths on the cases in the railway
pany of church folks awaiting him j carriage, which will be removed
in his parlor. The Bishop raised n I before they reach Havre.
great laugh on Canon Mackintosh,
whom he represented as terrifying
Mrs. Restarick in California by
saying Honolulu people painted
mosquitoes yellow and .sold them
as canaries to tourists.
Refreshments consisting of fruit
punch, sandwiches and cake were
served to everybody at the conclu
sion of the program. Some of the
giddier of the assembly remained
for n brief hop. Bulletin.
I am prepared to sell you a lot
at Kattniaiia, 2 miles from Hilo,
on the installment plan $25.00
down, balance in $1.00 weekly
Why lease land when
you can buy it for the
My Katimana Addition is platted
into 40 lots, beautifully situated
on the main road, 24 miles above
sHilo. The tract commands a
view of the sea from Ilakalau to
Pain-Killer, so justly celebrated I
was introduced to the public about I
sixty years ago, and now enjoys a I
popularity unequalled by any other '
medicine. For the cure of dyseu- j
tnrtr nlinlAm tMnrlinu rlipiimn t turn
H..J, -W..V,... w , !
coughs and colds, scalds, minis,
etc., it is without an equal. Sold
by all druggists. Avoid stibsti-'
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Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
Call at my office on Wainuenue Street,
.... next to office of J. U. Smith ....
S. DECKER, - Real Estate
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