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Golds of ten'hang on.
You try this thing and
that thing,. ovory kind
of homo remedy and
cheap cough mixtures,
and yet your cold con
tinues to hang on.
You must not deal
lightly with theso old
colds. You must got
rid of them just as
soon as possible You
must tako somothlng to
break their hold.
soothes lrrltablo throats, heals Inflamed
bronchial tubes, ntul quiets congestion
in tho lungs. This is why it so quickly
controls thoso old coughs and pre
vents pnoumonla nnd consumption.
"I was troubled with a very hard
cough 'which I could not got rid of.
WhonlToad of Aycr's Chorry Pectoral
I sent 'to Johannesburg and procured
a bottlo. It completely -cured mo, and I
liavo many comrades horo who havo had
liard coughs cured in tho samo way, "
-IVa, Sessions, Company C, Second Royal
Ucrks.Keg,, Net's 8prult,TransTaAl,S. Africa.
Thcro aro many substitutes and imi
tations, nowaro of them! Bo suro
you got Ayer's Chorry PoctoTal.
Two sizes. Largo and small bottles.
Frtpirea ij Dr. J. C. Aytt & Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
We Shacc, Cui Rair and Shampoo
at Cci-Cioc Rates.
We also take particular pains 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 Lablc
Ilciuz's Pickles and
C. & B.Jams and Jel
Anchovy Paste nnd
White Label Olives
" " Pimolas
Mushroom Ca tsu p
Curtice Maple Syrup
L. TURNER CO.,
HILO MARKET 00.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgh St. - Hilo, H. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hilo, H. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Flno Fat Turkoys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
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.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
No. 1 No. 3 No. 4'No. 6
A.M. P.M. STATIONS AM ,,
7.00 3:301V Hilo ar 9:30 6:00
7.30 3:5oar...01aa Mill...ar 9:10 5:40
7:30 4:00 ar Keaau ar 9:00 5:30
7 15 4.15 ar... Fcrndalc.ar 8:45 5:15
8 00 4:3oar..Mount. V'v..lv 8:30 5:00
A M. I'.M. A.M. P.M.
8:00 3:301V Hilo ar 10:30 6:00
8:20 3:50 ar...01aa Mill. ..ar 10:10 5:40
8:30 4:00 ar Keaau ar lo-oo 5:30
8:45 4:'5ar...Perndnle...ar 9:45 5:15
9:00 4:30 ar.. Mount. V'w..lv 9:30 5:00
Mxd. POR PUNA Mxd.
A.M. Thurbday. p.m.
11:00 lv Hilo ar 2:00
11:20' ar...01aa Mill...nr 1:40
11:40 ar Pahoa ar . 1:20
12:00 ar Pu mi lv '. 1 :oo
Pns. Sunday. Pas.
9:00 ....v lv Hilo ar 4:25
9 2o "... iir...O!im Mill...ar 4 05
940. ar Pahoa ar 3-45
1 0.00 1 ar Puna lv 3:25
The only desirable means of reaching
the Volcano. Connections at Mountain
View with stages daily morning trains
going; afternoon trains returning. Pare
from Hilo for the round trip S. This
route is through Olaa plantation, the
largest in Hawaii, virgin forests of koa
and wild ferns, and through many coffee
The natural wonders of Puna make
that district the most interesting spot in
Hawaii. One can spend a most delight
fill day exploring the underground cues,
swimming in the famous Hot Springs
and resting on the cool shores of Green
Excursion tickets between all points
arc sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between nny t o points, nnd
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
BAD EFFECTS OF ItOENTUEN KAYS
Unrns, Dictations of Hlooil-Vcsscls,
Scars From Application to Skin.
It is evident that we arc as yet
far from having attained to com
pleteness of knowledge in regard to
the effects which may be produced
by the Roentgen rays. That they
may cause very unpleasant and
slowly healing "burns" is now well
known, as also that these effects
may not show themselves for some
time after the application. Again,
it has been shown that in some
cases, even when no ulceration is
produced, considerable pigmenta
tion may be set up, so that it may
occasionally happen that in the at
tempt to get rid of a degree of hir-
suteness which may be, compara
tively speaking, not n matter of
great consequence, an amount of
pigmentation may be produced
which may be most annoying and
may last for a long time. Lately,
however, another unfortunate result
of the rays has come to light,
namely, the development of disfig
uring telangiectases on the area
dealt with. These starlikc dila
tions of the blood-vessels, when
they occur in any number, may be
very disfiguring, and there is this
that is curious about them that in
some cases a considerable jtimc
several months seems to have
elapsed before they showed themselves.
There can be no doubt that the
rays, in passing through the tis
sues, exercise a selective power,
affecting certain tissues destructive
ly (as is well shown in their action
upon certain forms of cancer), and
it may,be presumed that in the
cases mentioned the dilatation of
the cutaneous blood vessels has
either been due to interference
with the circulation by a form of
scar contraction following the par
tial destruction of certain tissues
around the vessels, or may even
have beenjjdue to the destructive
effects of the rays upon the walls of
the vessels themselves, leading to
their gradual dilatation under the
pressure of the blood. But, how
ever they are caused, they serve
well to show how careful one must
be in the use "of an agent the nature
of which we do not as yet fully
W. II. LAMBERT,
R. R. ELGIN,
G. P. & T. A.
A Dramatic Sltuntlon.
An unfortunate mishap recently
befell a theatrical company touring
They could only muster one frock
coat, which had to be used by the
doctor and the villain of the piece
One night the manager borrowed
a pair of handcuffs from the local
police station. At the right dram
atic moment they were clicked on
the villain's wrists, amid loud ap
plause. Imagine the dismay when it was
found that the key of the handcuffs
had been forgotten, and the one
and onlyjfrock coat was securely
locked to the villain.
The doctor, who was in waiting
in his shirt sleeves in the wings,
had no alternative but to go on' as
he was. He was equal to the sit
uation, however, and at once ex
plained that he had driven in his
haste through pelting rain and left
his frock coat outside to be dried.
Supply of Eggs.
The annual supply of eggs in the
United States is said to be about
8,500,000,000, or more than 700,
000,000 dozen, and their value is
equal to that of the product of our
gold and silver mines, says the New
York Press. Some men eat two
dozen eggs a day. Some do not
eat two dozen in a year. They are
supposed to render certain folk bil
ious. A raw egg may be digested
iu two hours, one soft boiled in
three hours, hard boiled in three
and a half, roasted in two and a
quarter. Did you ever roast an
egg before the fire? Place on top
I of it a straw, and when it is done
1 the straw will make a half revolu
tion. A well-roasted egg is a deli
cious morsel. Iu the days of wood
iires it was more common to roast
eggs than to boil them. Touch
stone speaks of their being "ill
roasted, all on one side," and we
are indebted to Pope for these lines.
THE ODE TRAFFIC IN ENULAND.
Recent Utterances of English foots
The London Saturday Review
says that "on a moderate estimate,
which the editor of any daily paper
will bear out, one hundred corona
tion odes were rejected to every
one printed; a supposition which
would bring the number of pairs of
eyes that have rolled in a fine
frenzy to three thousand or so."
One may allow, this writer thinks,
a modicum of inspiration to a large
percentage of these, "whether they
have been in a position to hclloo
their odes to the reverberate hills
or have rhymed the substance of
their leading articles." He finds
in all the odes common attributes,
for example: In an ode you must
begin with cither a vocative or an
exclamation: "Maecenas atavis
edite regibus." But as "0 Ed
ward, the Seventh" sounds a little
banal, the exclamation opening
the theory may be tested in the
papers is prelcred, thus, "Sound,
trumpets, sound; King Edward
reigns I" This is followed with a
review of English history for which
Green's "Short History of the
English people" has been found in
valuable. This writer, however, sees a ser
ious side to all this ode concocting.
"Throughout all these late years,
full one would have thought of
Elizabethan stuff, no poet has
stumbled into utterance worthy of
the force of the national sentiment
behind him; and the cause may lie
to a degree in the base service to
which the muse is set." It is a
formula with editors to say, "Your
poem is good but does not 'hang
on to anything,' " as if it were the
part of a poem to be inspired by a
newspaper paragraph. Rather, if
it is dependent at all, it should
Hung with gold chains about the feet
Everywhere the muse is stimulated
to be journalistic, to serve the mo
ment, to write in the office, as it
were. We must have, perhaps,
salutations. Tennyson wrote some
fine stuff and Mr. Watson has done
well. But would Tennyson have
tinkered to obey meteorological and
chronological demands? and Mr.
Watson who has written more fine
than the rest, is of all our poets the
one least in sympathy with the
national sentiment." And what
has this journalism extracted from
the patriots. "Girls of the Golden
City," the "sensual caterwauling
of the music halls," and jerryman
dered odes. "What will posterity
think of us? Not much; but if,
according to the old metaphor,
every century is an overloaded
ship which in the last wreck will
sink with most of its cargo it is a
satisfaction to feel that the bales
packed in the beginning are quite
certain to perish. If on the other
hand, as Bacon suggested, it is the
light stuff that floats on the stream
of time, happily in this case too
these odes will sink."
Brigadier-General Joseph P.San
ger, who has been designated by
Secretary Root to conduct the cen
sus taking iu the Philippines, has
had experience which makes him
especially well qualified to perform
the work. He served during the
Spanish war and afterward directed
the census of Cuba and Porto Rico.
In the Philippines last year he
succeeded General George W.
Davis as inspector-general. His
duties also included an investiga
tion of all matters pertaining to the
military branch of the Government
iu the Hawaiian Islands.
In his new undertaking General
Sanger will be assisted by II. W.
Gannett of the Geological Survey
and Victor Olmstead of the Depart
ment of Labor. Twenty experts
I from the Census Bureau will also
I be assigned to aid iu the work.
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Camerou is prepared to give esti
mates on nil kinds of Plumbing Work
and to guarantee all work done.
Plantation Supplies of
Plum bin a Goods
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN OTTER KNIVES AND HOES
P. O. BOX 94
Rand made Saddles and fiarnc$$.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I,
Losing Money ?
Sure of it?
A NATIONAL CASH
A. E. Sutton & Co.
Waiakea Boat House
R.A.LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HII.O
IIAVIJ NOW A PI.nKT OP
and Small Boats
FOR PUIJIJC IIIRF.
Passengers and baggage taken to nnd
from vessels iu the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Prices Lower Than the
If younre in need of oti tiling ,fr
GOODS DELIVERED ANY
WHERE IN THE t
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is coital to the bteiiui en
gine. Sies from li h. p. upwards,
lloats fitted with this engine or frames of
any size to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Manager.
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind of
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cablnot Shop.
Apply to JOSE G. SERRAO.
I want bananas in quantities
up to 2,000 bunches, for which
I will pay
Highest Gash Price
At tho Wharf
9-hand or 50-pound
bunches 65 cents
Bunches must be cut two
weeks before ripening and
properly packed in dry leaves
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