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Now 13 tho Tlmo to Invest
Roal Estate in Honolulu
YOU INVHST IN THU 1'AWAA '
TRACT ON KINO ST.,
Just below Wnlklkl lurn, seven
minutes riilc on the electric road
to Port Street. The prices for
which these lotsnrebcjng offered
Are hoiinil to double in less ihnti
one year's lime. Uasy Thumb.
1'or further particulars address
MR. CEORCE OSQORN,
Kukaiau, Paaullo, Hawaii.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and I'rout Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
Two Glasses for 25 Cents.
The Finest of
vi. Winns. niifl
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
At Moderate Prices.
.Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Two Glasses for 35 cts.
J. C. SERRAO,
Union Cigar Stand
1'ORKIGN ANU DOMESTIC
TOIIACCOS AND CIGARb
5c "EL ME1UTO"
IOC "EL 1'ALENCIA"
IOC "HOIIEMIAN CLUI1"
S, C. SHAW - Proprietor
Waianucnue Street, Hilo
Gaols the Blood
Hot weather takes tho llfo out of
everybody. You becomo lauguid, de
bilitated, ncivous, depressed. You
loso yournppetlto nnd you liavo Indi
gestiou. Your blood becomes Impure,
voiir head aches, youruorves tiro vcnl:,
nud you nro tiled nil tho tiiuo. You (
want somutblMR to purify jour blood
nnd inako it cool and healthy.
Mr. Olovnnnl D'KesI, of l'arkslrtc, South
Auslrall.i, tells you liow tills may bo done. Ha
semis Ills iiliotograpl) also.
" I11 tills warm ami UcbllltatliiK cllmato I
behove nearly every ono nccils n court tonle.
roranuinberof jears I Imc relied on Ajcr
Harsaparllla. 1 can Rtrongly testify to Its
curathe iwer In cooling tho Mood In not
xrcatlicr and In tonlnjfiip Iho wholo sjstcin.
It is a wonderful medicine."
Tuere are many Imitation " Sarsaparlllas."
llo sure )ou get Ajcr's.
Ayer's Tills arc Mver Pills, They euro con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, nausea,
and all liver troubles.
r-rtpired by Dr. J. C. A) er 4 Co., Until, Mi., U.&A
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
When you need a drink call
at the' KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Pouohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see inc.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Late Suppers from 8 p.
to I a. m.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
III accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Eire Underwriters.
A coui)lut stock of
Pan Motors at reduced price. Pixtures,
Shade., Table, lied and Detk Lumps,
etc., always on baud.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $i a mouth
Jiul receivml, new locU of Shade o
various iltrn. AKo Sewing Mnohino
.inl Pan Motors.
Kktimatet furmtbaJ on all c1mk of
KWetrical Work ttud Centila laksn to.
I install ftpfwrNUii eewpltife
M nam, m I
j UIMMY SUUAK 1IKET8.
'Washington fanners Substitute
Heels In L'lnco of Wheat.
Tncoinn, Wnsli., Sept. 8. Sev
eral hundred farmers in Eastern
Washington pikI Oregon arc finding
itmoic profitable to raise sugar
beets than wheat. They are turn
ing an increased acreage from
wheat raising to beet culture with
large profits in sight. These con
ditions prevail generally about
Waverly in Spokane county, and
I.a Grande, Umatilla county, where
sugar beet factories arc in operation.
Superintendent Akerly of the La
I Grande sugar factory reports that
iniric ur 125 cuiurnciiiig growers
in that valley this season as com
pared with fifty-eight last year.
The average acreage tilled by the
contractors is twenty-three and the
average income per acre for this
season's crop is estimated at $38.50.
The farmers are just beginning to
pull the crop. They claim that
beet raising is three times as profit
able as wheat growing besides re
quiring less expensive machinery
and apparatus to handle the crop.
RUSSIA WILL OUST 1IRIT0NS.
Agents of Chinese Service to be
Kxpcllcd From Manchuria.
Peking, Sept. io. Paul Lcssar,
the Russian Minister here, has ad
vised the Russian commander in
Manchuria that the presence of
foreigners in Manchuria during the
military occupation is objectionable,
and he is directed to expel the
British imperial customs employes
who may be sent to Manchuria to
resume charge of the postal service.
According to advices received
here from Manchuria, the Russians
are making no visible preparations
to withdraw from the military oc
cupation of the southwest portion
of the province of Shang King, as
was stipulated should be done
within six months of the signing of
the treaty. Russian troops and im
migrants are reported to be enter
ing Manchuria in large numbers,
but none are leaving the country.
Philippines nt St. LouIh
New York, Sept. 7. Governor
Taft oi the Philippine islands has
appointed Dr. William P. Wilson
of Philadelphia special commis
sioner to represent the Philippine
Government in preparation of the
extensive exhibit which Governor
Taft intends to make at the St.
Louis Exposition of 1904. The
Government of the Philippines will
participate in the exposition on n
large scale in order to adequately
demonstrate the natural resources
of the islands and present to the
world evidence of the importa'nee
of these new possessions. The ex
hibit will occupy forty acres and
over $500,000 has already been ap
propriated for it. Dr. Wilson is at
present director of the Philadelphia
CougrntnliittoiiH for President.
Washington, Sept. 4. Messages
of congratulation over the escape of
the President from his accident
yesterday have begun to come to
the State Department from abroad.
One of the first was the the follow
ing from Emperor William of Ger
many: "Posen, Sept. 4. President,
Washington: With all Americans,
I praise the providence that saved
vour life from the terrible accident.
"WILLIAM, I. R."
Minister Wu called in person at
the State Department early today
to inquire of Acting Secretary Atle
whether any ill consequences had
followed yesterday's accident, and
also to extend his congratulations
to the President.
Maine Goes Itepublleiiii.
Pottland (Me.), Sept. 8. Chair
man Simpson of the State Commit'
tee tonight sent a message to the
"Maine has gone Republican as
it once went for Governor Kent.
Wulinvc carried the State by a injury is healed. For lame back, I
plurality of 25,000. We have l"mliago nnd neuralgia, Pain Hliim
elected the entire delegation in has no equal. It has the .quality 1
Congress by a large majority, have j f "getting to the right spot." No
chobeii every Senator with one ex- sufferer from UieM dUtressiug nf
ceptiou and about four-fifths of the , feotiouu should defer a trial of this
Legislature. The Pine Tree State ; remedy. One aftiitaiion give re
iuclorsM your administration with Htf. Tt? it. Hilo Drug Store
DISLIKE PRESIDENT'S Sl'EEUIIES.
Saturday ltd low Indulge In Some
London, September 6. Referring
to President Roosevelt's recent
speeches, the Saturday Review sar
castically remarks: President
Roosevelt has made his pious opin
ions of the trusts ns clear ns his in
terpretation of the Monroe doctrine.
Theoretically, he would have Am
erican business men sec that he
rather admires trusts as promotive
of the national welfare, but he
adds, as a rider, that their capacity
for harm calls for greater control.
"The German press is still ex
plaining that the new Monroe doc
trine is aimed at Gieat Britain and
Canada and many British news
papers are preaching that the
United States has no wish but for
the best friendship of both. Both
are equally wrong. German news
papers arc, perhaps, most irritating
to President Roosevelt, and the
British press must amuse typical
Sugar Sinking In Germany.
Los Angeles, Sept. 10. August
Kruger of Dessau, one of the larg
est sugar manufacturers of Ger
many, is in Los Angeles. Kruger
is associated in the sugar industry
with his father, who is a pioneer
manufacturer of sugar in Germany.
His visit to the United States is
for the purpose of learning the
methods in use here for the refining
of sugar and the machinery em
ployed from the extracting stage to
the placing of the product on the
California is considered on the
Continent as the most important
center in the United States for the
manufacture of beet sugar.
Kingston, Jamaica, Sept. 7. At
a meeting yesterday afternoon of
the representative sugar planters of
Jamaica, resolutions were passed
condemning Great Britain's neglect
of the West Indies, resulting al
most in ruin to the sugar industry,
setting forth the total inadequacy
of the measures proposed by Great
Britain for the relief of her West
Indian sugar planters, and calling
for federation with Canada as the
only means of relieving the fallen
fortunes of Jamaica.
Gloomy Strike Outlook
" Wilkesbarre (Pa.), September 4.
President Baer's declaration that
the miner's strike cannot be settled
except on the terms heretofore
stated by the coal companies has
cast a gloom overThe entire strike
region. President Mitchell dis
cussed Baer's statement with some
of his lieutenants, but he declined
to say anything for publication.
Madrid, Sept. 1. Premier Sa
gasta is on the verge of physical
collapse and his mental faculties
are said to be becoming alarmingly
weak. He suffers from insomnia
and difficulty in breathing. It is
taken for granted that the condi
tion of his health and not that he is
tired of public life is the real reason
for the venerable statesman's im
What Is Palu Halm .'
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 1
previously the best medical service
without receiving relief. Pain
Balm is positively gumanleed 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 tieatuieut. It is "antiseptic" 1
that is, it prevents putrefaction and 1
by so doing generally prevents an
, unsightly sear remaining after the
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alifornia Fertilizer Works.
Offico : 534 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cal.
Factories : South San Francisco and Berkeley, Cal.
M. D. HALL, Chemist
Manufacturers of Pure Bone Fertilizers
of Every Description.
Have constantly on hand the following goods adapted to the Island trade:
HIGH GRADE CANE MANURE, DIAMOND A FERTILIZERS,
NITRATE OF S&DA, SULPHATE OF AMMONIA,
'HIGH GRADE SULPHATE OF POTASH,
FISH GUANO, WOOL DUST. ETC.
Special Manuros Manufactured to Order.
The Manures manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS arc
made entirely from clean bone treated with acid, Dry Dlood and Plcsh, Potash and
magnesia Salts. No adulteration of any kind is used, and every ton is sold undei
n guaranteed analysis. One ton or one thousand tons arc almost exactly alike, and
for excellent mechanical condition and high analysis have no superior in the market.
The superiority of Pure Hone over any other Phosphatic material for Pcrtilizer
use is so well known that it needs no explanation. The large and constantly increas
ing demand for the Pertilizers manufactured by the California Pcrtilizer Works is
the best possible proof of their superior quality.
'A Stock of "DIAMOND A" Fertilizer will be kept constantly on hand and
for sale 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 ME
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cases and bulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
T1J1.RPHONR 90. Front Street, Near Church.
ri. ""- -e mst.
Pint elasH table nnd poclcnt cutlery at Department Store
prices, Kviirythlnjf to uho In your limn", ovorylliluj; for dros-,
iiiul for your ii.iktlmud nt Departnmnt Stnr,t prices. Below wo
give it few pi'hMii for Cutlery full duHurlpilmin und inaiij Illns'.iit'
tioiiM will be found on paiM 51 und '." of our muimnoih uiktiiI
culnl'iguo for Sum mm IBOI. Send for free copy.
Oarvei set ns nbovo Genuine Stn; Hundlue, Siorlini; S'lvur
Ferule, boat quality of steel In sutlu-lltii'd wibo fc
Olhw SUig Ilandlod Carvers $2 iio, J'i.OO, fti 50, i r,o
Bono Ilandlod Carvers, pop Mat s;i 00
Ivory " " " " 37.BO, ) 00
Silver l'lati-d Dlnnop ICnlvi-set of (I
"' 1 .'io, e-j.oo, 4U.00, $i.7r
White Bono Ilandlod Dlnnop KuivuH sat of 0 jfl fin
Sv, 40, 7e,
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