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A Carload of Monuments
Just deceived Ex S. S. Nebraskan
Direct Irum Nvw otk Oit. Consisting ol the latest,
designs m SojU li .unl Aiiktkmii Ornmtc, American
Italian Marble. Kxroutid by .skilled artists. No two
designs heiiik; alike. K.mging in price lroni $5.00,10
1,500. Photographs will he sent to would he pur
chasers on application to
J. C. AXTELL
P. O. BOX 542, HONOLULU, T. KU
.Olhce and Works 1048 and 1050 Alakea St., bet King and Hotel Sts.
Several designs of Hawaiian stone in stock.
Enterprise Plaiting Mill Company.
GKO. MUMI1V, Mgr. 1'roxt ST., in roar of Hilo Mercantile Co's molding
Pinning, Mouloliig, Scroll Work nml nil kinds of Turned Work, Window I'rntucs, etc
WATHR TAN'.vS A SPKClAIrV. Hmiseliold and nil kinds or furniture,
Store 1'ittings, Counters, etc., nmdc to onler. Cross-cut Snws re-toothed mid
made ns good as new, nt easy rates.
Mrtnulnctnrcr ol School Seats, Church Tews, and Kcdwood Guticis, nil sizes
Cl'ISINH l'XI!XCKIMU. service un
surpassed; Dining Room and llooth fur
tiisliins the finest to be found in the
fl fifty cent meal
tbat ba$ no equal
DIXNF.R PARTI KS. Umiiucts and
Suppers served under tlie supervision
of the proprietor, either nt the rcslnu
rant or nt privnte resiliences.
CHAMPAGXKS and fine Tnhle Wines;
Card Room, Reading Room and Uuffet.
in at Demosthenes af e
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail $S. Co.
Steamers of the above line ruuuuiK 111 connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
wav Company, 11. C, and Sydney, N S. , and calling at Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu,
ami Brisbane, X. Z ; arc dUO at Honolulu n or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B. C. From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
lfor Brisbane, Q., and Sydney: Por Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
MIOWKRA PHIl. 14 AORAXGI PISH." it
AORAXGI MARCH 14 MOAN; MARCH II
MOANA APR. 11 MIOWP.RA APR. 8
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
HISTWHEX VAXCOUVISR AXI) MOXTRlSAI,, making the run in 100 hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets .ssued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and ISurope
Por freight and passage, and all general information, apply to
Jheo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts
AND TRANSPORTATION CO.
LEAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods
arc sold for the least luaney.
Wc make to order-all wood
work of Gears boiled tn lin
seed oil the best Hacks, Bug
gies, Road Wagons, Drays,
and Freight Wagons.
We are agents for Studebakcr
Wagons nud Carriages on
Wo supply plantations with
harness by wholesale
cheaper than can be bought
on the Coast. Big Stock of
ready made harness on hand.
Our madc-to-ordcr harness
is the most serviceable har
ness on the market.
UlacKsuiitliing and Carriage
Our horscsliocr carries a dip
loma from the best Veter
Carriages and Vehicles re
paired; best material and
Our Taint Shop
Is under the supervision of
a man whose reputation is
not excelled on the Coast.
LIVERY, DRAYING AND
TEAMING TO ALL PARTS
OF THE ISLAND.
VOLCANO STABLES and TRANSPORTATION GO.
CEO. S. McKENZIE, Manager
(MISTS TWO IIOU.AHS.
Aliens l.miilltiir In llinuill Must l'ny
11 Mllllll Ft'C
Aliens arriving in Hawaii from
a tul after March 4, 1903, arc sub
ject to a head tax of $2 each, Im
posed by the Collector of Customs,
instead of $t as before. When the
'America Marti arrived on March
10 from Yokohnma and Hongkong
1 all her Japanesi and Chinese pas
sengers and other foreigners on the
list were compelled to pay over to
Collector Stackable the sum of $2
each before lauding. The Collector
acted on the instructions received
from H. A. Taylor of the Treasury
Department, in accordance with the
provisions of the new Immigration
bill, as follows:
"Head tax aliens arriving March
4 and after, two dollars. Collect
The manifests upon which ship's
officers are required to fill in the
names of alien passengers, together
with certain data concerning them,
arc to be made t'pon three sheets
each of a different color, indicating
respectively first and second class
and steerage passengers. The name
of each passenger is to be written
in full together with the age and
sex, whether married or single, the
calling or occupatioh, whether able
to read or write, nationality, the
race to be determined by the stock
from which they sprung and the
language they speak; last residence
and final destination. There is also
to be inserted an answer as to
whether the passenger has a ticket
to such destination, by whom the
passage was paid, whether he or she
is in possession of $30 or upward,
and iUcss, how much; whether he
or she was ever before in the United
States, and if so when and where;
whether they are going to join a
relative, and if so, what relative,
the name and address.
One question which has caused
considerable adverse comment on
the Atlantic coast is whether the
passenger has ever been in prison
or an almshouse or supported by
charity and whether a polygamist.
Particular inquiry is made as to
whether he or she is under con
tract, express or implied, to labor
in any part of the United States.
The condition of the health, mental
and physical, and whether the pas
senger is deformed or crippled, is
also jotted down.
The list of races or peoples by
which the ship and quarantine and
immigration officers are guided in
classifying the passengers is given
as follows: 1
African (black), Armenian, Bo
hemian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Chi
nese, Croatian, Cuban, Dalmatian,
Dutch, Kast Indian, English, Fili
pino, Finnish, Flemish, German,
Greek, Hebrew, Herzegovinian,
Irish, Italian (North), Italian
(South), Japanese, Korean, Lithu
anian, Magyar, Mexican, Monten
egrin, Moravian, Pacific Islander,
Polish, Portuguese, Roumanian,
Russian, Rtithenian (Russniak),
Scandinavian (Norwegians, Danes
and Swedes), Scotch, Servian,
Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Spanish-American,
Welsh, West Indian.
, I'KTITIOX FOU I'AKK.
I.OKlslnlnic Is Asked to Provide
Boulevard nml I'l.iy (Iroumls.
We the undersigned Committee
on Hilo Park nnd Boulevurd ap
pointed at a Mass Meeting of the
citizens of Hilo, held on January
9 '93i recommend and respect
fully urge the enactment of legisla
tion setting apart certain Govern
ment lauds within the city of Hilo,
along the water front for a boule
vard, and within the Ahupuaa of
Waiakea for a public park. 1
We show that on the makai side
of Front street along the Water
Front is mostly Government land,
with a few small private holdings
in Ice, thetatter of which could be
obtained in exchange for other Gov
ernment lands near by. The build
ing of a boulevard in said location
would not only do away with a very
unsanitary portion of Hilo, but
would remove a great many un
sightly buildings from tlu main
thoroughfare in the city.
We further show that at the pre
sent time, there is no place of re
creation or public driveway in or
within the vicinity of -Hilo. The
establishment oi a driveway and a
500 acre park, which could be: laid
out on these pahochoe and other
wise useless Government lands at a
small cost, would redound to the
public good and the up-building of
Hilo and vicinity. The land de
sired for park purposes belongs to
the Goverameut and is now under
lease to the Waiakea Mill Co., who
are willing to relinquish their claim
or title to same. Aftei the park is
once started, the citizens of Hilo
and vicinity, will make it their ob
ject and pride to beautify it at their
As citizens and tax-payers, we
urgently and respectfully pray for
the condemnation of the lower side
of Front street for boulevard pur
poses; for the setting aside and
creation of a Public park in Waia
kea of not less than 500 acres, and
the appropriation of the sum of
$10,000 for the purpose of opening
up suitable roads in said Park of
not less than fifty feet in width.
JE. N. HOLMES.
THOS. C. RIDGWAY,
L. A. ANDREWS,
THOS. E. COOK,
To the Senate and House of Re
presentatives, Territory of Hawaii.
Out or Politics.
New York, March 10. Former
President Cleveland states in an in
terview given today that he has
entirely withdrawn from active poli
tics. He will not attempt to be an
active factor in shaping party poli
tics in the reorganization that is
going on in the Democratic party
under the guidance of the gold
Cholera lit New York.
New York, N. Y., March 10.
The steamship Karamania arrived
in quarantine this morning from
Marseilles, reporting six deaths
among the passengers, supposedly
from cholera. The ship carries
733 passengers and all on board
have been placed in quarantine.
Refugees From Flood.
St. Louis, Mo., March 10.
The flood situation throughout the
Mississippi Valley is reaching a
most serious condition. Rivers all
along the valley are overflowing
their banks and thousands of Ref
ugees are fleeing from lowlands
which have in previous years been
comparatively safe from the spring
floods. In some localities the situ
ation is desperate. Refugees can
not find proper shelter or food and
the loss to private and public pro
perty will be tremendous.
Blocked IMtch Hill.
Senator Foraker. made nn effort
to pass the Hawaiian Ditch Com
pany bill in the Senate March and,
but failed. There was strong op
position to this bill. Foraker pro
posed a substitute extending to
Hawaii the American irrigation
laws so far as they are applicable,
including a provision granting
rights of way to any construction
company over the public domain
under proper conditions. But even
this was opposed by Senator Teller
Washington, D. C, March 10.
The jurisdiction, of the Immigra
tion Department has been extended
to the possessions of the Pacific.
This includes all the islands of the
Philippines, Guam and Samoan
Join Independent Catholics.
Rom., Italy, March 10. Four
teen priests have announced their
intention of joining the Independ
ent Catholics. The schism result
ing from a practical rebellion against
the authority of the Vatican.
iNi'MiiiNZA is always more or
less prevalent at this season of the
year. This disease is very similar
to a severe cold and if allowed to
take its course is liable to cause
serious results. The best treat
ment for influenza is to avoid ex
posure nnd take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. This medicine
gives immediate relief and if used
as directed, will ward off all dan
gerous consequences. It leaves
the system in a natural and healthy
condition. It always cures and
cures quickly. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
Special Prices on . . .
For Two Weeks Only
LADIES' BLACK HOSE
25c a Pair
(Whichjis complete in all its details)
We are making a specialty of : : : :
At 80 cents the full sized roll and
Of our own .Roasting and Grinding,
which we guarantee to be of the best
grade and free from adulteration : : :
L TURNER CO., Ltd,
Rand made Saddles and harness.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
The Strong Chain
of evidence of satisfaction that conies from each
new place in which
is introduced, proves its merit. The three points in
its favor arc purity, wholesomeiiess and a better
flavor than any otlu-r beverage.
Itoinier Bottling Works, Honolulu, Agents
WEATHERPROOF COLD WATER PAINT
I The Best Fire-Resisting Paint Made.
I Has Much Greater Covering Capacity Than
.Oil Paint and Costs One-Quarter as Much. ,
I All Colors, both for Outside and Inside Work.
I Send for Color Card and Price List.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd,
Honolulu, H. T.