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MUX llll.li ITMF.S.
in at Demosthenes Cafe
A Carload of Monuments
Just Hecoived Ex S. S. Nebraskan
, Direct from New York City. Consisting of the latest
designs in Scotch and American GVauitc, American
Italian Marble. Executed by skilled artists. No two
designs being alike. Ranging in price from $5.00 to
$1,500.' Photographs will be sent to would be pur
chasers on application to
J. C. AXTELL ,
P. O. Box 542, HONOLULU, T. H.
Office and Works 1048 and 1050 Alakca St., bet King and Hotel Sts.
Several designs of Hawaiian stone in stock.
-l 11 Its
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
ORO. MUMI1Y, Mgr. 1'ront St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Huililinj;
Planing, Moulomj,', Scroll Work anil all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATIJR TANKS A Sl'KCIAI.TY. Household and all kinds of Furniture,
Store Fitting1, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws rc-tootled and
made as good as new, at easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Church Pews, and Redwood Gutters, all sizes
Oldest, Most Successful anil Most F.couomical
MIDLAND POULTRY FOOD
No. 1 Nursery Chick Food No. 5 Nursery Duckling Food
No. 2 Growing Chick Food No. 6 Growing Duckling Foot!
No. 3 Fattening Chick Food No. 7 Fattening Duckling Food
No. 4 Kgg and Feather Producing 1 No. 8 Laying Duck Food
Send for Catalogue.
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H. T.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, II. C, Honolulu,
nml llrisliaue, N. 7. ; are duo at Honolulu or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B.C. From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For llrkb.ine, Q., and Sydney: For Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
MIOWK-KA FU11. 14
AORANGI MARCH 14 1 MOAN MARCH 11
MOANA APR. II MIOWF.RA APR. 8
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
HF.TWHUN VANCOUVER AND MONTRKAI,, making the run in 100 hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets .ssueil from Honolulu to Canada, United States and IJurope
For freight and p.iss.ige, and all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts
V t l.SINK I'NI'.XCKM.KI), service un
Mirxns.il. Dlnlnj,' Room nml llootli fur
milling tlie finest tn lie found in the
JFf fifty cent meal
that has no equal
niNNMUl 1'ARTIHS. UancpieU nml
suppers served under Uie supervision
of tlie proprietor, either nt the restatt
r mt or at private resiliences.
I IIAMI'AGN'KS and fine Tnblc Wines;
(.ard Room, Reading Room and Htlffet.
Tho Suporb Resort of
Hawaii for Tourists
or Tired People ....
Under the new management many
improvements have been or
dered ... Special plans for ac
commodation of Island people
... Reduced rates ... Wrtte for
ST. GLAIR BIDGOOD
AORANGI FIJI!. uv
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
Senator Fixing Amounts for Work
011 This Island.
On motion of Senator Kaohi an
item of $3,000 for wharf at Kawai
hac was inserted. An item of $1,.
000 for road in North Kolintn pro
posed by Kaolii was rejected as
being for repairs.
An item of $4,500 a road from
Mahukona to Waiuiea in Noth Ko
hala proposed by Senator Woods
The item of $5,000 for road to
Napoopoo, Kcalakckua, was chang
ed to $10,000 for Kailua road.
The item of $50,000 for new
main road from Kalahiki to Hoo
kena, South Kona, was stricken
out. The item of $50,000 for road
from I'ahala to Volcano House
carried over objections.
Senator J. T. Brown moved the
insertion of an item of $12,000 for
a new road in Puna. Carried.
All the items in the bill for South
Hilo passed. 1
The item of $20,000 for road be
tween Ookala and Kukaiau in Ha
ninkua was reduced to $10,000;
$10,000 having already been appro
priated in the emergency bill.
Senator McCaudless wanted the
$30,000 itqm forWaipio Beach road
cut out. Senator Achi said Hama
kua wanted too much $160,000.
Scuatqrs Woods, Paris and Kalau
okalaui said the Waipio road was
very necessary and work upon it
had already been started. The item
was passed for "road, Waipio."
The remainder of the Hamakua
road items passed.
" Senator Paris moved for the in
sertion of an item of $25,000 for a
new court house and jail in West
Hawaii. Senator Kalauokalanisaid
there had been a court house estab
lished there since the first mission
ary landed. Paris replied that the
present court house used, to be a
skating rink. The item passed at
Senator J. T. Brown moved the
insertion of an item of $3,000 for
the improvement of Richardson
avenue from Front street to Vol
cano road. Carried.
Senator McCandless said that as
senators from othe'r islands did not
intend to economize he intended to
move a reconsideration of the Oahu
Senator J. T. Brown proposed
$157000 for roads wanted by home
steaders which was rejected as re
pairs. The petition is to be taken
up with the Appropriation bill.
Senator Paris asked that Hawaii's
school house appropriation be in
creased from $33,800 to $40,000.
Senator Wilcox said the Education
Committee had recommended an
item of $4,200 for Olaa school house
which should be passed. Senator
McCondless opposed the increase
for Hawaii and said there) had oulv
teen a reduction of $1,000 from the
original estimate. The item was
carried at $40,000.
Senator Paris moved an increase
of the $19,000 item for the Hilo
jail to $30,000, to include county
buildings, which carried.
Senator J. T. Brown moved the
insertion of an item of $2,000 for a
court house at Kapoho, Puna, Ha
waii; carried. Senator Achi pro
posed an item of $2,500 for a road
in South Kona, where 3,000 acres
are to be opened this month for
Waimea, Hawaii, water supply;
electric light plant, Honolulu, $50,
000; underground conduits, $150,
000, were passed.
Senator Paris moved a recon
sideration of the ite'ms for Hawaii
county buildings; lost.
Cramps Suo Sprockets.
New York, April 1. Suit for
$230,000 was entered today by the
Cramp Shipbuilding Company
against J. D. Spreckels for repairs
on the Oceanic steamships Ventura,
Sonoma and Sierra. It is possible
that counter-claims will be made by
Spreckels amounting to $1,000,000
ror faulty construction of the steam
ers and the losses resulting to the
company in consequence.
Oscar HoturiiH to Throii.
Stockholm, Sweden, March 31.
King Oscar resumed control of the
government of Sweden and Norway
today. The King is greatly im
proved in health.
in Now 011 till! Itond to Itrrorrry.
Hut In NppiI of Hrst.
Washington, March 27, In re'
ply to the inquiry of the Secretary
of War, stating that the press had
alleged that Governor Taft had
been sick, a cablegram was received
from Governor Taft to-day contain
ing information that he has been
under treatment for a few weeks
recovering from an attack of dysen
tery. An examination last Saturday
indicated that the treatment had
been successful. Later examina
tion indicated that he needed rest
and by advice of his physician he
will remain in bed for a couple of
weeks to secure it. His strength
and appetite arc reported good.
Major Kdward C. Carter of the
Medical Department of the Army,
recently attending physician at
Washington, believes that at the
end of this period, Governor Taft
can go to Bcnguct, where there are
much more favorable climatic con
ditions hTEAMKUS (Ul'TUKKD.
Another Uoyerniuent or Central
America Is In .Movement.
Panama, March 27. The revolu
tionists of Nicaragua have captured
some of the steamers plying on
Lake Nicaragua Official advices
from Managua, however, say the
rising has been suppressed. On the
other hand, there are reports that a
revolutionary movement is aided by
another Central American Govern
ment. If this is the case the out
break is more serious than Pres
ident Zelaya is willing to admit.
The strict censorship maintained
over dispatches allows only official
news to leave Nicaragua, con
sequently, the real situation in that
country is not known.
Gorman's Son's Aspirations.
A dispatch to the New York Sun
from Baltimore, Md., says: Senator
Gorman has another fight on his
hands. This time it is against a
member of his own family. Arthur
P. Gorman, Jr., entertains political
ambition, and for some years has
been trying to break into the Legis
lature. Last year he was an avow
ed candidate for the nomination of
Delegate to the General Assembly
from Howard county, and was
J moving along swimmingly when
some of the political leaders in the
couuty appealed to the Senator to
pull himqff, as he was disarranging
tueir plans. After investigating,
the Senator coincided with this view,
and young Arthur reluctantly de
clared himself out.
This time he flies higher by an-
nouueiug himself a candidate for a
seat in the Senate. Senator Gor
man has again vetoed his son's
aspiratious, but this time the young
man refused to heed his father's
injunction. He intends to make
the fight, and is now a full-fledged
candidate. His opponent is Gros
veuor Hanson, one of the most pop
ular young Democrats in the coun
try. It is understood that the Sen
ator will support Hanson, as will
also the regular organization.
Young Gorman expects to win in
spite of his father.
San Francisco, Cal., March 31. 1
"'Port-,," rr.r..ur.. ..,.,,. ,ir..,. ...1 I
for the second time by "Young"
Corbett, the fast and furious Den
ver fighter, tonight.
A crowd which filled the Me
chanics Pavilion saw the match,
which was a fast one from the
start. Both men entered the ring
in superb condition and both felt
confident of success. The battle
ended in the eleventh round. The
betting was principally with Mc
Govern favorite though Corbett
money came in at the end. Kddie !
Graney was referee.
Whoopino Couoh if neglected,
leads to more serious diseases.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will
keep the cough loose, allay the irri
tation and counteract any tendency
toward pneumonia. It always
cure. and cures quickly. The Hilo
Drug Store sells it.
Subscribe for the Triuunk,
Islaud subscription $2.50.
Wc linvc just opened a new lot of
At Eight Yards for $1.00
White and Colored Organdies
'Plain and Figured Batiste, etc.
Also a new lot of '
TRIMMING LACES '
In the very latest designs r
L. TURNER CO., Lid.
and "Panama" Hats
Men's 13.00 Felt Hats
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Heinz's .Pickles, Preserves
"Curtice" Jains and Jollies
"Curtice" Sweet Pickled
Pears and Peaches
"Curtice" Blue Label
Peas and Corn
Sole Agency for
Full Size Itoll 80c
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
fiand made Saddles and Rarncss.
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
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