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Matson Navigation-Go. I
Vhc only Direct Linn between Snu Fran-
Cisco and Ililo, Comprising the
following Fast Sailers
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON I
Bark SANTIAGO '
Bark RODERICK DHU j
Bark MARION CHILCOTT '
:Shlp. FALLS OF CLYDE
Tue CHAS. COUNSELMAN '
launch LURLINE j
And other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both 1'rcight
For dates of sailing nnd terms,
J no. D. Sprechels & Bros. Co,
327 Market St., San Francisco.
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
HOP &ARN GO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers In Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
Two Glasses for 25 Cents.
The Finest of
' Wines, and
At Moderate Prices.
At Moderate Frices.
KTixkd and 'Fancy Drinks
"' v Concocted by
Two Glasses for 25 cts.
J. C. SERRAO,
Oldjraachines taken in exchange
THE SINGER MFG. CO.
MOSES & RAYHOND
Telephone 178 HII.O, HAWAII
A Bad Skin
Prink vnnr sltln with a neodlo. You
vrill soo it Is full of blood, full all thoJ
time Hut what kind of blood? Illcli
and ptiro? Or thin and inipuro? l'uro
blood makes tho skin clear, smooth,
liodltliy. Impure blood eo era. tho. skin
with plmplm, sores, bolls, ouzuma,
oruptious, tottor, salt-rhuum.
Mr. Frank ltcwctt, of KalROorlle, V,. A.,
" When a boy my ikln broke, out In bad ore
about my liamli. After tr)lnj; a great many
remedies In vain, 1 took Ajer's Saruparllta
and as quickly curcJ. Kecontly I was
troubled airiln Ith c ero boll, but one- bot
tle of tho Mino old remedy completely cured
me. It' tlio greatest blood-purlfylng mcdl
clno In tho world."
Then- aro many .mlutlon " flarsaparlllas."
lie miro jou get Ayer'.
Aid this Kiruhirll1a by kcoplncjour bowelt
In H' "I ' mditlon with Ajrer's l'llls.
Pruf ircl kr Pr. J. C. Aytf t Co., Lowell, Mui., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPAIY
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A-first class Hue of
always on hand.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
I'an Motors at reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, Bed and Desk Lamps
etc., atways on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $i a mouth
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Just received, new stock of Shades ol I County and Municipal Govern
various patterns. Also Sewing Maehinc met; C. C. Kennedy, chairman;
and Fan Motors. I L. W. Haworth, H. L. Ross, Geo.
Estimates furnished on all classes of. McKenzie. T. T. Stacker. Tohn
Electrical Work and Contracts taken
, install apparatus complete.
Stone Mason and Brick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
a Specialty. . .
HlliU MEETS SENATOKS.
Action Tnkcn ntMnssMcctliiRlo lrc
scut 111108 Needs to Legislature
The meeting called last Friday
night to give the citizens of Hilo a
chance to meet Senators Wood and
Ilrown for the purpose of present
ing the needs of Hilo resulted in
the coming together of Hilo's re
presentative men. The hall over
the Fire Department was packed.
all classes being represented,
purpose of the meeting was to
1 he j
sent the Senators with crystalized j harmony for a successful days sport.
' views and opinions on needed legis- There were ten good races. Re
, lation. This was not done as COrds were smashed and resmashed
clearly and definitely as had been and the betting was brisk all day
wisuecl, out the machinery was set
in motion, whereby Hilo's needs
will be brought to the attention of
the legislature in a forcible manner.
Committees were appointed to pre
pare data and submit recommenda
tions upon a variety of subjects.
The meeting was called to order
by Sheriff Andrews. The call for
nominations for presiding officer
and secretary, resulted in the unan
imous choice of A. II. Ioebcn
stcin chairman and V. H. Smith
Secretary. Before proceeding with
the business of the evening, Sena
tor Woods and Brown and Repre
sentative Lewis were called to the
front of the hall where they were
given seats at the right of the pre
The first matter presented to the
attention of the Senators was that
of a Public Park for Hilo. Mr. P.
Peck, in a brief speech outlined the
arguments in favor of immediate
action on this matter. Mr. Peck
suggested as a favorable site, a
stretch of land along the Waiakea
beach from Hoolulu Park toward
Seaconnet point. He said that ac
tion by the coming legislature' was
imperative, in order to get the
business under proper headway.
He called attention to the fact that
Hilo is without a driveway of any
kind and that no public resort for
recreation purposes exists any
where. The importance of early
actiou was emphasized in order that
the laud might be procured before
values get beyond the reach of the
tax payers. Mr. Peck believed that
an act by the Legislature setting
aside certain Waiakea tracts of not
less than 500 acres would meet the
approval of the present lessees. He
also stated that with the coming of
County and Municipal government,
the County or city would be pre
pared to take over the park and
maintain it. The park idea was
not opposed except as to location,
Geo. Duncker speaking iu behalf of
a site near town.
J. C. Ridgway proposed the sub
ject of an appropriation for the
Hilo band. Since Honolulu has a
band sustained by appropriations
drawn from taxes gathered from all
parts of the Islands, it was the be
lief of all present that Hilo is en
titled to a similar appropriation.
Sheriff Andrews then submitted
a number of matters to which the
attention of this Island's delegation
should be called. The subjects
were County and Municipal Gov
ernment, Court house, Jail,
Wharves, Roads and Bridges, Fire
Department, Baud, Streets alid
Sewerage. Upon motion the chair
man was instructed to appoint com
mittees to act under each head and
present to the legislature, data and
arguments in support of Hilo's
views upon each subject. The
committees appointed are as follows:
T. Baker, S. L. Desha. Hilo
Streets and Sewerage: E. U. Rich
ards, K. D. Baldwin, J. Vierra.
Hilo Water Works: J. W. Mason
chairman, Robert Hawxhurst Jr.,
M. J. Gouvea. Hilo Wharf: J. A.
Scott, chairman, L. M. Whitehouse,
J. Fitzgerald. Hilo Fire Depart
ment: B. F. Schoeu, chairman,
Wm. Todd, Manu. Hilo Hospital:
A. W. McKenney, chairman, Dr.
C. L. Stow, L. Turner. Hilo Park
and Boulevard: Philip Peck, chair
raau, L. A. Andrews, E. N.
Holmes, T. C. Ridgway, T. E.
Cook. Hilo Baud: G. F. Afibnso,
chairman, W. H. Beers, J. K. Paa
hao. Hilo Court House and Jail:
J. C. Ridgway, chairman, Ben H.
Brown and J. Maka.
ItACIXU AT WA1MEA.
New Yearn Day (,'nlls Out Illc Crowd
Including (lorcmor Dole.
Waimea, Jan. 8. On New
Yeat'sday the Waimea Race Course
on Parker's Ranch attracted nearly
all the inhabitants of the surround
ing country. The day was perfect
and the track was it splendid con
dition. The turf lovers of the Wai
mea countryside had planned a good
program for the first day of the
year, and everything worked in
Jong. The meeting was in the
hands of competent men and every
thing was carried out to the satis
faction of horsemen and spectators.
Among the spectators was Gov
ernor Dole, who always has taken
a lively interest in all kinds of good
The Judges of the races were II.
T. Broderick, Sam Parker Jr. and
The starters were R. W. Jones
and Wm. Hookuanui. Time keeper
C. H. Judd; Clerk of Course F. W.
The purses were not heavy but
were bipr enough to cause all races
to fill and the side bets served to
stimulate the efforts of mounts and
jockeys to their utmost.
Following is a brief summary of
The first was a one half mile
dash. The horses were: Lindsay's
b. g. "Carry the News," Kawai's
Buckskin g. Leihulu, S. M.
Spencer's bay g. President.
"Carry the News" came in winner
by i lengths in 57 seconds; Buck
skin second. The second race was
a match between two old rivals,
Lindsay's grey- gelding, Surprise
and Ekua Purdy's Uwekahuna.
The distance one-fourth of a mile
was covered by Surprise in 26.
These horses will not be satisfied
until they try conclusions again.
Third race, one-fourth mile dash,
Bonnie Judd, bay g. Bum; Liud
say's brown g., "Carry the News";
Sam Purdy's brown g., "Kamakani
Lera o Kekaha." The unbeaten
"Carry the News" was beaten by the
horse with the short name, time 26.
This was a large surprise to the
wise ones. In the fourth race
Waterloo, owned by F. W. Carter;
Prince, owned by Adam Lindsay,
and Honey, owned by Kawai were
entered. The distance was one
half mile. Waterloo came into the
race to "fill," which he did to the
satisfaction of his owner, winning
the race aud lowering the track re
cord from 57 seconds to 56.
Iu the fifth race, one, fourth mile
dash, the following horses eutered:
S. M. Spencer's bay g. Pony, Sam
Purdy's r. g. Papalanahi, Lindsay's
bay g. Reindeer, Geo. Lindsay's
brown g. Poni Moi. Pony won
pulled up 26 seconds.
In the sixth race, one fourth mile
dash, W. Lindsay's g. g. Prince
won in 26j4 seconds. The trailers
were G. Lindsay's bay, Panaewa,
Purdy's Buckskin and Frank Spen
cer's sorrel, Lakelaulii.
Iu the seventh, a half mile dash,
John Chesboro's brown gelding,
Kaleimaeole won in 56J4 against
Bonnie Judd's "Bum" and Lind
In the eighths race, one fourth
mile, the starters were Carnation,
owned by W. Lindsay; President,
owned bv Spencer; Kilauea Hou,
owned by S. Purdy and Bonnie, a
roan, owned by Geo. Lindsay
1 he bunch acted badly at the start
aud consumed nearly an hour in
getting oil. (Jaruatiou won in 29
The ninth race, a half mile dash
was for the half mile winners. Ka-
lumaeole aud Waterloo entered.
The vice was a good one, the track
record being broken again, Ches
boro's horse winning in 55.
In the tenth, the one fourth mile
winners came iu for a finish. Sam
Spencer's "Poney" and W. Lind
say's Surprise were a good match
before this race. This however
was asurpriseto "Surprise," Pony
won without whip or spur iu 25
breaking the track record for
mile aud beating out the favorate.
Subscribe for the Triiiunk,
island subscription $2.50.
California Fertilizer Works.
534 Clay Street, San Francisco.
M. D. HALL,
Manufacturers of and Doalors
Pure Bone Fertilizers
Pure Bone Meal
Complete Fertilizers of All Kinds
Nitrate of Soda
Sulphate of Ammonia
Sulphate of Potash
Fish Guano, Wool Dust, Etc.
which has been
for the past fif-
And also to our
XX High-Grade Fertilizer
A large stock of these goods is kept constantly on hand and for sale at
San Francisco prices, plus freight and other expeuses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER GO.
HILO WINE MS
. LIQUOR COMPANY
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cases nnd bulk
in cases aud bulk '
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
Telephone 90. Front Street, Near Church
Engineering and Construction Co.
Rooms 508, 509, 510 Stangenwald Building, Honolulu, T. H.
All classes of Engineering work solicited. Examinations, Surveys aud
Reports made for any class of Waterworks, Steam aud Electrical Construc
tion. Plans aud Specifications and Estimates prepared, aud Construction
Superintended in all branches of Engineering Work. Contracts solicited,
for Railroads, electric and steam; Tunnels, Hridgcs, Huildings, Highways,
Foundations, Piers, Wharves, etc.
SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Examinations, Valuations, and
Reports of properties for investment purposes.
FREDERICK J. AMWEC, M. Am. Soc. C. E.,
ungmuur una manager.
W. R. CASTLE, JR., Secretary and Treasurer.
t P. O. Box 537.
Of Gothenburg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) .... $71333,063.36
Assets iu U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.
Pacific Coait Department : EDWARD nROWN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 California St., San Francisco. '
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agonts, HILO
IS CALLED TO OUR
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