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doesn't sco tho
Thoro is sttro
to bo a tcrri
you If you pay no attention to youi
'Weak throat and lungs.
Weak throats and weak lungs easily
give- way. Sorao extra strain, as a
fresh cold, and you nro down with
bronchitis or pneumonia. Hotter
strengthen these weak places boforo It
is too late. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
heals theso irrltablo throats, gives tono
to tho relaxed membranes, and imparts
strength to tho lungs.
Thcro nro many substitutes and Imi
tations, llcwnro of them I Ho suro
you got Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Two sizes. Largo and small bottles.
Prtpircd by Dr. J. C. Ajtrk Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
Ulc SlWv Cut ijair and Shampoo
at Ect'Eivc Kates.
We also tnke particular paius with Chil
Hilo Barber Shop
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Now in Stock
Curtice Jams and Jel
lies Curtice Blue I,ab1e
Heinz's Pickles and
C. & n.Jams and Jel
Anchovy Paste and
White Label Olives
" " Pimolas
Mushroom Cats up
"Nicelle" Olive Oil
Curtice Maple Syrup
L. TURNER CO.,
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fepisSlL h giio!'.':::";.:
1 r$w- 1
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bkidok St. - H11.0, H. I
Pacific Meat Market
Front St., Hii,o, II. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
J. D. KENNEDY
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect March 1, 1902.
Fassengcr Trains, IJxcept Sunday.
iv ililo nr
nr Kenan nr
ar.. Mount. V'w..lv
ar Kenan ar
Iv Hilo nr
ar Pnhoa ar
nr Putin Iv
T1in rttilti fliicirnliln tfinntia tC ritnnlttfKr
the Volcano. Connections nt Mountain
view Willi singes ciauy morning trains
going, afternoon trains returning, l'are
Irom Hilo for the round trip 3. This
route is through Olaa limitation, the
(largest in Hawaii, virgin foretts of koa
anil wild Icrus, ami lurougli uiiuy cotlee
The natural wonders of I'una make
that district the most interesting spot in
Hawaii, One can spend a most ilellgut
fulday exploring the underground caves,
swimming in the famous Hot Spring!
swimming in tne (anions not springs
and resting oft the cool shores of Green
Excursion tickets between all points
nrc sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets nrc hold at very
II . I.AMIWUT,
R. R. I'.I.OIN,
G. 1'. & T. A.
Tin: 0Ij.ia ijaxoi:.
Sutunlny Etenlug Hull nl the Sugar
Mill u Ittc Success.
The ball at the Olan mill last
Saturday night was a success in
every way. The evening was per
fect. As one approached the mill
its hundreds of windows illuminated
with electric lights spoke of a warm !
welcome. At 8 o'clock the whistle
of the incoming train from Hilo
was heard, which sounded loud j
ond clear that soiheth ng unusual
was happening at Olaa mill. The
train arrived with the two beautiful
coaches loaded with guests invited
to the first ball in Olaa. The pas-
sengers were all in good spirits and
looked as if they had come out for
a good time, which they found.
On arriving the ladies were re
ceived by Mrs. Win. McQuaid and
Mrs. A.'.C. Thomas. In one end
of the spacious sugar room there
was a ladies dressing room en
closed by walls of canvas. At the
other end of the room was a similar
one for gentlemen. The decora
tions were very tasteful. At the
farther end of the room were pa
paia and banana trees with the
fruit on them illumined by electric
lights. It looked like fairy laud.
There were Hawaiian and Jap
anese flags and Old Glory in abun
dance. The word "Welcome" in
the center of the room made of
sugar cane was a sweet welcome to
all. The Hilo orchestra seated in
a booth on the floor above rendered
pleasing music. The dancing be
gan at about 8:30 and was kept up
until it was necessary to set the
clock back to avoid dancing 011
The refreshments were served in
a most generous and efficient man
ner by Mr. H. Filicide and his
assistants. Sandwiches, ice cream
and cake, coffee, lemonade and
wine were served to all, and Mr.
Wick's smiling countenance was
often seen among the guests with a
box of cigars in his hand.
On the reception committee were:
II. Wicks, F. J. Armstrong, J. P.
Uuo, W. M. McQuaid.
'Floor committee: F. J. Arm
strong, II. C. Voss, A. C. Thomas.
To the very efficient manner in
which these gentlemen performed
their duty is due the perfect har
mony and success of the whole
affair. Nearly all of those invited
were present besides quite a num
ber to whom the invitations had
been extended through friends.
CUVID (iUAXD RALLY.
Republican Candidate for Delegate
is Arousing the People.
Prince Cupid got off on the right
foot in Hilo. The meeting last
week at the Fish Market showed
above everything else that Cupid is
strong with the Hawaiians. He
was endorsed by a splendid turnout
and the crowd listened with closest
attention to all the speakers. The
meeting was presided over by Thos.
C. Ridgway who introduced the
speakers. Those on the platform
who made speeches were as follows:
Prince Kuhio Kalalanaole, Sam
Parker, Archie Mahaulu, S. h.
Desha, J. D. Paris, James Lewis,
D. L. Kauwila, Geo. W. Paty,
This week Cupid, accompanied
by S. I. Desha, James Lewis and
others, made a trip through Hama
kua, where they held numerous
successful meetings. The party
will visit Olaa and Puna after their
return from Hamakua.
The party held meetings yester
day at Kapohoand Kalapana. To
day they will speak at Pahoa and
tonight at Olaa. Saturday at noon
a meeting will be at Pahala and
, Saturday night at NaalellU.
Hiivcmoyer and lieut Siiurtir.
' Chicago, Sept. 5. H. O. Havc
meyer and his friends have ac
quired a controlling interest in 110
less than fourteen plants engaged
in the manufacture of beet sugar.
These plants have acapacity of
1 , , . ,
9000 tons 01 pceis a uay, as com-
pared with a total consumption of
25,000 tons of beets a day in the
entire country. This presents evi
dence of the strong foothold in the
manufacture of beet sugar that has
been obtained by the interests of
the American Sugar-Refining Company.
mOuU WITNESSES CALLED.
Senatorial Commission Issues Sub
poena Tor Dole and Others.
The Senatorial Commission was
not through with its work of inves
tigation when it left hospitable Ililo
last Saturday night. The follow
ing from the Evening Bulletin
shows that the Commission has a
desire for still further information,
That the Senatorial Commission
means to probe more deeply into
the affairs of the Territory than lies
been generally supposed has been
proven by the fact that subpoenas
for the appearance of twenty-eight
of this city before that
body were handed to C. II. Brown,
the sergeant-at-arms, previous to
the departure of the Claudinc this
morning, with instructions to serve
the same at once.
The full list of the men sub
poenaed is as follows: Henry K.
Cooper, Kred Wuudenberg, I V.
McChcstiey, C. Bolte, Andrew
Brown, Henry Waterhouse, Wil
liam O. Smith, Thco. F. Lansing,
L. A. Thurston, John Kmmcluth,
Wm. R. Castle, J. A. McCandless,
S. B. Dole, S, M. Damon, J. 0.
Carter, Samuel Parker, Chas. B.
Wilson, John E. Bush, Robert L.
Wilcox, David Kawananakort,
Jonah Kalanianaole, Charles L.
Hopkins, J. L. Kaulukou, Lot K.
C. Lane, J. K. Prendergast, John
A. Cummins, John F. Colbum,
It might be stated that when one
of the men mentioned was seen this
morning by the sergeant-at-arms
and handed the subpoena, he looked
over it casually and remarked:
"Oh, no, I don't think I will ap
pear." He then read the paper
over more carefully and when he
had finished answered thus, in a
different key altogether: "Oh,
yes indeed, I will certainly appear
before the Commission."
CABLE ON OCEAN.
Steamer En Route to San Francisco 1
Terms May lie IN'Jcetrd.
'New York, September 4. The.
Tribune says: 'Information was,
received in this city today that
Clarence H. Mackcy was a passen
ger on the steamship Teutonic,
which sailed from Liverpool on
Wednesday. His object in coming
to New York at this time is to as-
sutne tne duties 01 president ot
three bier corporations, the Com
mercial Cable Company, Commer
cial Pacific Cable Company and
Postal Telegraph Company.
The rejection of the terms of the
proposed contract between the
Government and the Commercial
Pacific Cable Company may be an
nounced after the arrival of Mackay
in this city. Some of the condi
tions imposed by the Government
are regarded as prohibitive, and
Mackay will probably not use the
Government soundings. An indi
cation of the intention of the cable
company to reject the terms pro
posed for the use of the Govern
ment soundings is the recent action
of the company in sending a steam
ship to take new soundings.
That portion of the company's
Pacific cable which is to extend
from San Francisco to Honolulu is
on the cable steamship, which left
England weeks ago, and it is oil
the way around the horn to San
Francisco. It is expected that the
cable will be laid and in use by
December 1st. Parts of the cable
which is to extend between Hono
lulu and Manila are being manu
factured by Knglish firms.
Niagara Falls (N. Y.), Sept. 7.
In the presence of a big crowd of.
spectators, Charles Alexander 1
Percy this afternoon made a trip
through the Whirlpool rapids in a
boat of his own construction.
Percy is about 43 years of age, a
wagon maker by trade. !
, t- 7xr-iffi-f tn inutlir nnlfthrntnil
A lllft iildf JW lll.llll WWtV.fc'ttkkWV
I was introduced to the public about
1 . . , .
sixty years ago, aim now enjoys a ,
popularity unequalled by any other
mcuicmo. t'or tne cure ot uyseu-
tery, cholera morbus, rheumatism,
coughs and colds, scalds, bums,
etc., it is without an equal. Sold
by all druggists. Avoid substi
tutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, '
Perry Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
Hilo jHerssife Compi, Li
Plantation Supplies of
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line, of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN KUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
p. b. BOX 94
Rand made Saddles and Ranter.
RSCHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. f.
S. DECKER & CO.
I am prepared to sell you a lot
at Kaumana, 2 miles from Hilo,
on the installment plan $25.00
down, balance in $1.00 weekly
Two and onequarter
acres at Kukuau No. 2
A snap for the right
My Kaumana Addition is platted
iuto 40 lots, beautifully situated
on the main road, zjA miles above
Hilo. The tract commands a
view of the sea from Hakahm to
Hone' to Loan on Security
S. DECKER & CO., Real Estate
New Serrao Block, Bridge Street