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" Wo nro old frlonds. Uils bottlo and
I. Wo huvo know ti i :ii i oilier for over
sixty yeais, Wlii'ii it ln-y I was always
taking cold, but u frv doses of this
mcdlciiio would lit otu o set mo light.
" Whuu ii young in:in 1 liad u weak
throat and weak lungs. My triunds
'eared somo lung trouble, hut
greatly strengthened my throat, cleared
up my voice, and took away tlio ton
deucy for cery cold to goto my lungs.
"Last year I had a had attack of la
grippe. Tlio only tucdicluo I took was
from this bottle, and I camo out all
right. 1 know It's good, too, for
asthma, bronchitis, iuuumouia,croui."
There nro many substitutes aud Imi
tations. Hownro of them! Ho sure
you get Ayor's Cherry Pectoral.
Two sizes. Largo anil small bottles.
Prcptrtd bjr Dr. J. C. A)tr Co., Lowell, Mill., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG" COMPANY
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
' LUc Shave, Cut Ijair and Shampoo
at Ecl-Elvc Rates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
The Old Reliable Stand is
Karors honed, Scissors aud nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac-
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.jJ-Ji0 Railroad CO.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and sec me.
Meals 25c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Lato' Suppors from 8 p. m.
' to I a. m.
C. Unddnky, Prop.
Two Beers for.
Call and oxamino our stock
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Hkidok St. - Ilti.o, II. I
Pacific Meat Markd
Front St., IIit,o, H. I
I Clioicc Cuts of
1 Pork, Veal.
! POULTRY of all Kinds
I FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fino Fat Turkoys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
OKK SAN VRANCISC.0
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
BROKERS and COMMISSION
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cignrs
aud Tobacco. Specinl attention given
to consignments of colfce and sugar.
...All kinds of...
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. I'KASK, President
San Praucisco, Cab, U. S. A.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
' Sole Agents for
Vatiouat Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect January 1. 1903.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
j, Mi STATIONS
3:30 lv lino ar
i'ri I. nnoii
A.M. i P.M.
. A.M. ' P.M.
8:20, 3:50ar...Ohin Mill.
8:30 4:00 ar Kea.iu
ir... permlnle ...ar
1 1 :2o
lv lino nr
nr Pahoa ar
ar Puna lv
, nr...uina iMill.
The only desirable means of reaching
the Volcano. Connections at Mountain
View with stiiiies dally niornlnir trains
going; afternoon trains returning. Fnre
from Ililo for the round trip H. This
route is through Olaa plantation, the
largest in Hawaii, virgin forests of kou
mid wild ferns, nud through many coffee
The natural wonders of Puna inake
that district the most interesting spot in
Hawaii. One can spend a most delight'
ful day exploring the underground caves,
swimming in the famous Hot Springs
nud resting mi the cool shores of Green
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays nud Sundays, good
1 returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
! five rides between any two points, und
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
V. II. I.AMHERT,
R. R. ELGIN,
G. P. &. T. A.
!immm:vi:iiT imimamih action.
Siijh Thill (Iniuil Trimly Sluill Im
Washington. I). C, Feb. 19.
President Roosevelt has again
tnkeu the Cougicssional bull by
the horns in demanding action on
important national measures. Willi
the anti-trust legislation forced
through by a" threat of 1111 extra
session the rresiuent lias turned
his attention to the l'anamu canal
treaty, which it seems probable
Senator Morgan will be able to hold
up by his continued opposition.
The President told party leaders
today that unless the Panama canal
treaty was ratified before the 4th of
March, when this session closes, he
will call an extra session of Con
gress to act upon the treaty. The
President is satisfied with the canal
treaty and believes the country
safe in ratifying the measure that
will enable the nation to go ahead
with canal construction.
Origin Or .Man.
A statement recently appeared
Ironi Dr. V. I,. Wormian of the
1'cabody Museum and formerly of
the American Museum of Natural
History, New York city, says the
New York Evening Post, in regard
to his deductions from the ape
skcletion which he discovered last
summer in the Bridgcr Basin, Wyo.
The almost perfect skull of the
skeleton has enabled Dr. Wortman,
as he says, to classify the primates
or fossil apes aud monkeys into
three divisions. One section is
represented by the remarkable
animal called the aye-aye, which
now lives in the dense tropical
forest of Madagascar; another sec
tion is represented by the monkey
like tarsier of the East Indian
archipelago, and a third section is
very near to the living South Amer
ican apes. Specimens of all three
widely separated- living creatures
thus appear in the eocene age of
Wyoming, and the North American
apes are found to correspond strik
ingly with the European apes of the
same geological age, a rule that ap
plies to other types of eocene mam
malia and also flora of the North
From these data Dr. Wortman
argues a common center of disper.
sion for the primages, and that cen
ter approximately within the Arctic
circle, which was sub-tropical in the
eocene period. Dr. Wortman adds
that he has derived from study of
the relations of the groups of pri
maries many new facts bearing upon
the simian ancestry of man, aud as
a result holds that the origin of the
human species was not in the West
ern hemisphere. Dr. Wortman has
been for several years continuing
the study in fossils of the late Pro
fessor Marsh and publishing the re
sults. Cniistaiitluopltt Social Life.
There seems no improvement in
Turkish social life. Two incidents
have occurred showing what sort
of existence people lead. A certain
high official had issued invitations
for a dinner. As the guests began
to assemble police came to the door
and informed the host there must
be no dinner. No reason was
given, aud the guests were sent
away. Another night four high
officials were playing cards when
the police came in and arrested
them. They were set at liberty a
few hours later, but were warned
not to do :t again. Spies are every
where, and if any one meets a
friend they are always considered
to be plotting against the Sultan.
London Daily Telegraph.
The face of the country around
Assouan, in the neighborhood of
the great barrage, has undergone a
complete metamorphosis during the
past few mouths. All depots,
dwellings and other buildings in
collection with the construction of
the great barrage are submerged,
and the Cairo correspondent of the
Yorkshire Observer states that the
river flows in its new bed a mile
wide, with the hills for its banks,
aud only the tops of the palm trees
just visible. Outside the barrage
area the depth of the river is about
thirteen feet, and inside about
seventy feet. The water rushing
through the barrage channels is a
HIGHER EDUCATION 0F
By An Easy Method.
Realizing the importance of this
question for the future, of the pre
sent generation, and having had a
number ol well known educators
suggest to us the advisability of
some plan by which it could be
achieved, the Phoenix, always to
the front with modern and up-to-date
ideas, is prepared to issue a
limited amount of its Guaranteed
Installment Bonds or certificates
especially adapted for the purpose
of establishing a fund by parents or
guardians for children. Cost per
$1000 $7.00 per mouth; $80,00 per
year; $40.50 semi-annually, or
$20.50 quarterly, or $650 cash
down, will guarantee you $1,000,
besides all surplus profits, which
are estimated at $393.10 at 10th
Besides you may take advantage
of 16 different options. It is ab
solutely iion-forfeitable and should
payments be stopped after one year
you are not losing any of the
options or privileges, except amount
by not carrying it through.
Cash at maturity, end of 8
Cash at end of 10 years 1,393.10
Cash settlement 5 years
after maturity 1,964.96
Cash settlement 10 years
after maturity 2,771.79
Annual Annuity for 5
years after maturity 312.19
Annual Annuity for 10
years after maturity 171-38
Cash settlement 5 years
after maturity $1,246.20
Cash settlement 10 years
after maturity 1, 555.30
Annuity after 5 years' payments
for each succeeding year as follows:
$89.84; $112.30; $135.88. $161.71;
$190.91; $224.60. Annuity also for
ten years if desired.
An advance payment of $650 ac
cepted in place of installments, or
$80 per year or $7.00 per month, on
uuaratuceu options at tentli year
according to number of year paid
If Payment Amount Amount
is stopped. paid in Received.
1st year 80.00 100.00
3rd year 240.00 350.00
5thyenr 40000 560.00
7th yctir 560.00 745.00
9U1 year 720.00 915.00
10th year 800.00 1000.00
Absolutely iion-forfeitable, also
automatic after one year. Think
of the opportunity of earning not
only the profits guaranteed, but sur
plus profits also when such able
men as the directors of the Phoenix
are handling your money with their
own to make as much for all con
cerned as possible
Think of your chillircn having
any time from 1 to 20 years any of
the above safeguards thrown around
them by such a safe company.
Phoenix Savings, Building and
Loan Association, principal office,
538 California street, San Francisco,
California. Hawaiian Dept.,Judd
Directors A. A. Watkins, vice
pres. W. W. Montague & Co. and
president Board of Trade, S. F.;
Charles R. Bishop (late of Hono
lulu), vice president Bank of Cali
fornia, S. P., director Savings and
Loan Society, S. P., and Calif.
Title Insurance and Trust Co., S.
F., S. Prentis Smith, late asst.
cashier Bank of California, S. FM
clir. the National Bank of D. O.
Mills, Sacramento; Geo. C. Board
man, gen. agt. yljtna Ins. Co., S.
F., director San Francisco Savings
Union; Charles E. I.add, of I,add
it Tilton, bankers, Portland, Ore.;
i Gavin McNabb, attorney
Clarence Grange, late Building aud
I.oau Cammissioucr of Montana.
Trustee Mercantile Trust Co.
of San Francisco.
Depository First Bank of Ililo.
Robert Slaughter, General Agent,
Fort street entrance, Judd Building,
H. L- HERBERT, Special
l'tmco Willi VphokiioIii.
Berlin, Germany, Feb. 19. Ger
many has resumed diplomatic rela
tions with Venezuela,
Plantation Supplies of
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN CUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
P. O. BO
J. C. OhUndt,
N. OHLANDT & CO.
Of Eoeru Description.
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
127 Market Street. uAN rKANuldUU, bAL Indiana 4Yolo"
Certificate of Analysis nccompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to he correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE.
Our customers who arc in need
will find here a fine assortment
at prices to suit everyone.
Also fine sets of
Bird and Heat Carvers
and the largest variety of
Saddles and Bridles
ever seen in this town
"Phoenix" Horse and Mule Shoes
is now complete
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Hilo
ile Company, Ltd.
J. A. Buck
C. 11. buck
and Dkai.krs in
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,