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OF WKI.COMI2. countrv a'tul one flair. We sneak L .. .' ,.
Direct from 1'rodiiccr to Consumer
anyone of either Items below:
ao llii. Iltst Coco-i tihcltn
at 11)1 Iilrd Sicil, mixci or 1itn.
.10 lbs Hot Nnco.
a I lli Ileal Tnlilc Mice
73 lbs Mimic Cntidtri.
II Iiurc liottln choice Tomato Catsup
20 bnr 1 ellt Nnpthn Sonp.
8 pkRii Orotic fflitn.
I dozen oval Hotel Cn.tlle Soap.
20 liiri l'rnnk rtlililnlls Sonp.
I pnll Anchovies In brine.
8 pk Hhreilded Wluat Dfecult.
8 tkK I.lotl KoAntCoflTte
10 tin Tomato Sauce Sardines.
I kit Salmon, Alakn
100 lb. sack Ice Crcnm Salt.
J CASH STORE -
No. 20 MarkotSt., S. F.
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country nlul one flag. We speak
to you, not in malice or prejudice;
wc wish evil to no one. It gives
any loyal American citizen pain to
know that to tell the truth as to
these unfortunates now in control
of our Territorial affairs and to
whom the civilization of the United
! States seems utterly incomprehen
sible, inflicts it.
But, Mr. Chairman, if our citi
zens forbear to speak with indig
nant emphasis on these matters
when you are here for the express
I.TuiIro Little (lives Senatorial Com
mission Ills Court ltoom.
When the Commission Convened
last week nt the courthouse, Judge
Little greeted them in the follow
Mr. Chairman and Gentlemen of
the Commission: Inasmuch as I
! tnkc no part in politics while on
the bench, I have, therefore, no
statement of nny kind to make to
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Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GEO. MUMBY, Mgr.
I'ront St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's nuililui
Planing, Moulolng, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATKR TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds of furniture.
Store Pitting, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good n9 new, ot easy rates.
'Manufacturer of School Seats, Church Pews, and Redwood Gullets, nil sizes
W. A. RAY
I. K. RAY
.SPoat 5 state j Commission and financial jigonis
7farino and Jfiiro Snsuranca, Tfotary SPuhtic
COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. V, and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu,
nnd Brisbane, N. Z.; are duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below
From Vancouver nnd Victoria B. C.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney:
MIOWERA JUNE 7
AORANGI JULY 5
MOANA AUG. 2
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Victoria and Vaneouer, B. C:
AORANGI JUNE 4
MOAN JULY 2
MIOWERA JULY 30
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in 100 hours,
-without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe
For freight and passage, and all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts.
AND TRANSPORTATION CO.
LEAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods
are sold for the least n.ouey.
We make to order -nil wood
work of Gears boiled in lin
seed oil the best Hacks, Bug.
gies, Rond Wagons, Drays,
and Freight Wagons.
We arc agents for Studobaker
Wagons and Carringos on
We supply plantations with
harness by wholesale
cheaper than can bo bought
on the Coast. Big Stock of
ready made harness on hand.
Our made-to-ordcr harness
is lite most serviceable har
ness on the market.
IJIacKsmitliiiig and Carriage
Our horscshoer carries a dip
loma from the beat Veter
Carriages and Vehicles re.
pairod; bett material and
Our I'aint SJiop
Is under tho supervision of
a man whose reputation is
not excelled on tho Coast.
LIVERY, DRAYING AND
TEAMING TO ALL PARTS
OF THE ISLAND.
1 VOLCANO STABLES anil TRANSPORTATION CO.
J CEO. 0. McKEUZIE. IWangr
ns to the Organic Act that would
inure to the benefit of the people of
the Territory; but your time is too
limited to admit of the consider
ation of any amendments thcr.eto.
I'havc the honor, however, at the
request of the citizens of Hilo, to
extend to you a most fraternal
welcome first on behalf of the
citizens of Hilo, who are highly
gratified tosee the interest you
manifest in the welfare of the Ter
ritory; and secondly, because no
truer or more loyal American citi
zens can be found under the circuit
of the sun than those who reside
on this Island and in the city of
Hilo. They have risked their all
upon the faith that the Congress of
the United States would give to us
American laws and the President
would give to us loyal Americans
to execute them.
History shows that this group of
islands now composing our beauti
ful Territory, rich and fertile and
of inexhaustible tropical resources,
has been gravitating towards us
for half a century or more, and the
time seemed to have arrived when
they should be taken in, for there
was danger that any considerable
delay might result in some other
power asserting a control or mak
ing a claim which might have been
troublesome. Immediate annexa
tion seemed to be the better and
Since that time, however, we
have experienced tempestuous par
tisan troubles which have seriously
checked but, we hope, will not roll
backward the wheels of progress in
our beautiful sun-kissed home in
the midst of the great Pacific seas'.
Seuators, our people look hope
fully to you not for extravagant
recommendations; but, since you
have journeyed more than five thous
and miles to inquire into our needs
along the various Hues which shall
hereafter be suggested to you by
those who have been selected for
that duty, it is to be hoped that
you will enter into the suggestions
so far as they may seem reasonable
to you in the light of all the cir
cumstances which surround our
peculiar location. Our citizens
make no profession of great wis
dom, influence or statesmanship,
but they seriously believe we can
only protect our constitutional
rights and defend our sacred trust
as citizens, by keeping our vigilant
eye steadily on the movements of
those who would be oppressors by
violating the laws of the country
with which they are not in sympathy-
They believe that every
attempt to divert your attention,
'on the part of any one proclaiming
'other and more important interests,
1 or to lull those of us who are inter
t ested, to sleep at our post of duty,
is but the act aim ellort ot the ene
mies of good government. They
believe that every attempt under
the plea of "you are not familiar
with our local conditions here," to
convince you or others interested
that there are any higher duties to
perform than to preserve inviolate
the sacred rightsof person, property
and the pursuit of happiness, is nn
assault upon the very existence of
our government, a stigma on our
judgment as citizens, and a sacri
lege against God. Our citizens ask
you to help measure out the metes
and bounds of power in the various
branches of our local government,
and to establish by constitutional J
landmarks and statutory provisions '
lines of demarcation sufficiently
strong to resist the present sy.stom
of open disregaul for our constitu
tion and hiws by those who have
swum to support and defend them
and who assign as a cause reasons
nnd conditions which nil the world
( knows are fuls.
1 We 8ieiilt to you ns luynl AjU
'erienn citinens, who btHtYtjjpt
feel that the bond of sympathy
.which binds us to our fellow coun
trymen and assures their respect
and confidence, had been broken
asunder. We should feel that our
hearts, instead of being loyal, pa
triotic nnd true, were outlaws from
the sacred precepts of the divine.
Nazarinc, who pronounced the
merciful blest because they were
thoughtful of the rights and feel
ings of those who needed their
assistance. In this spirit the citi
zens of Hilo come to you this day
to make known the needs of this
Island, which contains 4,600 square
miles and is more than twice as
large as all the balance of the Ter
ritory, and of the little city of Hilo,
with its beautiful harbor frontage.
Again expressing to you our su
preme delight at your presence in
our midst, I bespeak for each gen
tleman who shall nppear before you
in the presentation of the subject to
which he has been assigned, the
same thoughtful consideration
which the author has bestowed
upon the subject in its preparation;
and on your return trip all of Hilo
will bid you God speed and a safe
In response Senator Mitchell
said: "I presume it is my duty
and pleasure upon the behalf of the
Committee of which I am chairman,
to profess to you and the people
generally a deep appreciation of the
cordial welcome you have given us.
We come under the sanction of the
United States, to inquire into the
conditions here. We are desirous
of getting facts so far as possible,
and we are willing to sit day and
night so long as we are here for
the purpose of giving full oppor
tunity to each gentleman who de
sires to be heard."
Volcano Mineral Water
Bottled at the Springs nt Puna
By II. L. WILLIAMS & Company
This Water is taken from the famous Volcanic Springs
situated in the District of Puna, Island of
Hawaii. For years it has been used
by people living on the Islands
as a cure for Kidney
U. S. Gallon
Solids ' 0.1880 110.92 ,
Chlorine .. .. 0.0860 50.74
Sulphuric Acid 0.0133 7.84
Lime 0.0055 ' 3.24
Magnesia .. .. 0.0066 . 3.89
Silica 0.0065 3-84
as salt .. .. 83.6
Edmund C. Shorky,
U. S. Chemist.
We have made
arrangements with H. Hack
feld & Co., of Hilo, to act as our dis
tributing agents exclusively. Send all orders to
H. Hackfeld & Co.
HILO, HAWAII, AGENTS
TERMS: Ono Caso of IOO Bottles (Pints) $8. BO
Ono Caso of BO Bottles (Pints) $4.2B
A rebate of One Dollar will be made upon the return of shipping
case and 100 bottles.
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I am now located at
Waiamea, Post Office, Kamuela
I iiave a supply of all kinds of
horses, from thoroughbreds to
scrubs, for sale.
Write me if you want anything
in this line.
Fine "Italian Marble" and Bronze Statuary
Granite and Native Stone Monuments
Iron Fencing, Gates and Posts
Bronze Statues of the late President McKinley, sitting
- any size. Write for Terms and Particulars.
m, Beretania Street
x e. awn
WORLDS f&MOUS ARTISTS INDORSE
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lliiiiiest Basil Price
I At tho Wharf ,
or Time Payments
pound bundles 50c
l'or each pound over this I
will pay i cents additional
ttuuclios must be cut two
woekei before ripening and
properly pucked in dry leaves
COLD in the head.
Sure signs of Grip.
J25 cents box.
PAINS all over.