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GEO. MUMBY, Mgr.
Planing, MouloitiK, Scroll Work autl all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATER TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds of Furniture,
Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as new, at easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Church Pews, and Redwood Gutters, all sires
W. A. RAY
Real Sstato, Commission and financial jfyonis
JTfarinQ and &iro Snsuranco, 9otary SPu&iic
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,
and Brisbane, N. Z.; are duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B.C.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney:
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., Gen7! Agts.
Furniture jLr harness
AND TRANSPORTATION CO.
LEAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods
are sold for the least money.
Carriage Emporium Blacksmitiiing and Carriage
We make to order-all wood- Repair SIlOp
work of Gears boiled in lin
seed oil the best Hacks, Bug. 0ur liorseshoer carries a dip.
gies, Road Wagons, Drays, lraa from the best Veter
and Freight Wagons. inary College.
We are agents for Studebaker Carriages and Vehicles re
Wagons and Carriages on paired; best material and
this Island. workmanship.
Harness Headquarters 0uf ?M
We supply plautations with
harness by wholesale Is under the supervision of
cheaper than can be bought a man whose reputation is
on the Coast. Big Stock of not excelled on the Coast,
ready made harness on hand.
Our made.to.order harness LIVERY, DRAYING AND
is the most serviceable liar- TEAMING TO ALL PARTS
ness on the market. OF THE ISLAND.
VOLCANO STABLES and TRANSPORTATION GO.
CEO. S. McKENZIE, Manager
anyone of either Items below:
30 lbs. nest Cocoa Shells.
a I lbs. Iilrtl Seed, mixed or plain.
jO lbs. llent S.igo.
3 1 lbs. Ilest Table Rice.
73 lbs. House Candles.
II large bottles choice Tomato Catsup
20 bars Tells Nnpthtt Boap.
8 nkgs, Grape Nuts.
4 dozen oval Hotel Castile Soap,
20 bars Prank Slddalls Soap,
t pall Anchovies in brine.
8 pkKS. Shredded Wheat Dlscult,
8 pKRS. Moti Koast CofTee.
10 tins Tomato Sauce Sardines.
t kit Salmon, Alaska.
100 lb, sack Ice Cream Salt,
CASH STORE -
No. 26 MarkotSt., S. F.
Can we price-list you r
In rear of Hllo Mercantile Co'a BulMltiR
I. B. RAY
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C:
AORANGI JUNE 4
MOANA JULY a
MIOWERA JULY 30
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missed him by a few minutes. The
probabilities are that a coal passer
or an employe in the lower part of
the ship assisted him in concealing
himself. I have no doubt but that
he went away in the Alameda."
When asked if there was a short
age, the Governor replied in the
affirmative, adding that he did not
know the amount as the investiga
tion of the books had not been
"Was the Treasurer under
"The Treasurer has never been
under bonds," replied the Gover
nor. "The only one under bonds
is the Registrar of Public Accounts,
as he is supposed to be the only
man authorized to handle moneys.
I believe now that it would be wise
to provide for bonding the treasurer
as well as his subordinates in office.
There are times, I presume, when
a subordinate officer would yield to
the wishes of his superior in mat
ters pertaining to money affairs, in
which case he would naturally be
responsible. All other communi
ties, I understand, provide for the
bonding of the treasurer.
"The officers of the Alameda
were notified of the disappearance
of Mr. Wright and assisted in the
search of the ship."
High Sheriff Brown stated to an
Advertiser reporter that during the
forenoon after 10 o'clock his office
was notified by Secretary Cooper to
search for Treasurer Wright. Po
lice were sent to the dock to keep a
lookout for the official and he per
sonally went there to watch pro
ceedings. Shortly after 12 o'clock
he boarded the vessel with Captain
Harry Flint and for three quarters
of an hour made a search. Both
officers looked into each stateroom,
explored every deck, went into the
stoker's hold and Captain Flint had
peeied into the ship's boats hang
ing at the davits. Nothing was
seen of Wright and at ten minutes
to 1 the Sheriff left the ship.
Cooke, who drives hack No. 60,
on the 113 stand on Merchant
street, stated to other drivers on the
stand that about 10 o'clock yester
day morning, he picked up Treas
urer Wright in town and took him
to the Inter-Island wharf. Later
he said that Mrs. Wright was a
dock passenger about noon.
Some one was reported to have
said that they saw Wright in the
second cabin of the Alameda be
tween 10 and 11 a. m.
Mrs. Wright said yesterday to
the High Sheriff that Mr. Wright
had left home in the morning as
usual, and given no sign of any in
tent to leave. She said further
that she had not seen her husband
during the day and knew nothing
of the reputed shortage.
There are rumors that Wright
let it be supposed he would leave
on the Alameda but is in hiding to
catch the China.
UUSSIA. OFFENDS ENGLAND.
Lcssnr's Expulsion Tlnn May Dis
turb Friendly Relations.
Loudon, September 13. The
Russo-British relations will not be
improved by the latest Muscovite
movement in Manchuria. If M.
Paul Lessar, the Russian Minister
to China, has ventured as Pekiu
advices assert to select British
born members of the Chinese Im
peral Customs Service for exclusion
from the vas segment of the Chin
ese empire still occupied by Rus
sian troops, he is euilty not onlv
of a gross breach of International
courtesy, but has made the crown
ing blunder of a muddled career at J
At the British Foreign Office
strict silence is observed regarding
the reported affront, and most of
the leading organs of public opin
ion arc almost equally reticent.
There is no disposition to find im
aginary grievances and any logi
cal explanation M. Lessar's action,
should reports prove it well found
ed, would be accepted by Lord
Lausdowne, who holds with Salis
bury that there Is room enough in
Asia for both Russia and Britain.
But if the Lessar incident has been
correctly stated, the British govern
ment will be compelled to take
sweeping action to enforce British
Chinese rights under the long
understanding as to the customs
management between Peking and
GUAVA JELLY AT l'UNA.
Plant Erected to Make This Dell
ency 011 Wholesale Lines.
Puna District has developed an
other wholesale Industry and now,
In addition to furnishing the world
with sparkling Volcano water will
also supply it with guava jelly by
The Hawaiian Guava Packing
Company has a lease on a tract of
Puna land four by two miles In ex
tent. This land is covered with a
dense growth of guava bushes
which yield in abundance.
Under the management of F. J.
Chapman, a plant for the manu
facture of guava jelly has been in
stalled. Operations will be begun
this week. The present capacity
of the establishment is 200 dozen
jars of jelly per month. The firm
has adopted a one pound glass jar
as its standard size.
The jelly from the guava is not
to be the only product of this con
cern. It will manufacture guava
marmalade, and irom the pulp will
distil a fine grade of vinigar. There
will be no waste product of any
description. Everything will be
Machinery of the most improved
type has been ordered in the East
which includes a continuous evapo
rator. When this arrives guava
juice will be poured in at one end
and at the other, jars of pure guava
jelly will be taken out.
There is a good local market for
the product, and on the Coast mar
kets, the guava jelly is so well known
that Mr. Chapman expects his
business to be limited only by his
capacity to turn out the goods.
BOSS SHEPARD DEAD.
Amassed a Great Fortune In McxI
Chihuahua (Mexico), Sept. 13.
Alexander R. Shcpard, better
known as "Boss" Shepard, news of
whose death at Batopilas, state of
Chihuahua, has reached here,
leaves a fortune conservatively esti
mated at $6,000,000. This esti
mate is made by mining men who
have knowledge of his mining op
erations and holdings at Batopilas.
He has made all this fortune dur
ing the nineteen years that he has
been in Mexico. He went to Bato
pila without a dollar of his own,
but he was the representative of
New York capitalists who had faith
in his honesty and business capa
city. Batopilas, where he located, is
situated in the heart of the Sierra
Madres, more than 200 miles from
railroad connection. In that re
mote mining camp, as the manager
of the Batopilas Mining Company,
he developed some of the richest
mines in Mexico. He converted
the camp into one of the beauty
spots of the republic. Streets were
paved, the town provided with
water, and sewer systems and a
large public library established for
the benefit of his workmen.
If you have Sore Throat Pain
Killer will cure it. If you have a
cough or cold, Pain-Killer will end I
it. If you have cramps or diarr-'
hoea, Pain-Killer will relieve it. I
If you cut, burn or bruise yourself, '
Pain-Killer will stop the pain. In
short, a bottle of Pain-Killer on
your shelf will save you pain, time
and money. Avoid substitutes,
there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry
Davis'. Price 25c. and 50c.
Horses for Sale
I am now located at
Waiamea, Post Office, Kamuela
I have a supply of all kinds of
horses, from thoroughbreds to
scrubs, for sale.
Write me if you want anything
in this Hue.
R. W. Jones,
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Volcano Mineral Water
Bottled at the Springs at 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
Per Oratni per
Cent. 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
, Chlorine calculated
as salt .. .. 83.6
Edmund . 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: One Case of IOO Bottles (Pints) 88.SO
One Case of 60 Bottles (Pints) 84.25
A rebate of One Dollar will be made upon the return of shipping
case and 100 bottles.
umumuum. umiimmmmimmummuuiimii iiuiun
Eine "Italian Marble" and Bronze Statuary
Granite and Native Stone Monuments
Iron Fencing, Gates and Posts
Bronze Statues of the late President McKinley, sitting or standing,
any size. Write for Terms and Particulars.
YOU OAJV BUY
WORLDS BiMOUS jUtlBIS INDORSE
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BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu
: COLD in the head. PAINS all over.
EE Sure signs of Grip. Dr. Ford's
p Grip Tablets are a specific 2
5 25 cents a box. 2
OWL DRUG CO., Ltd. 1
S Hilo, Hawaii. ir;
m, Bcrctania Street
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