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Hatson Navigation Co.l
The only Direct Line between Snn 1'rin
ctsco and Jiilo, Comprising tue
following I'nst Sailers
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
And other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each mouth, carrying both 1'rclglit
For dates of sailing and terms,
J no. D. Sprcckcls & Bros. Go,
327 Market St., San Francisco.
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese nnd Chinese
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixed and Fancy DrinksY
Two Glasses for 35 cts
B j. c. serrao,
Hf; Stoue Mason and Itrick Layer
h a ij m et o ; is ready to take contracts for work
HJ MACHINES j j any part of the Island
HI "" i
IKl ! Boiler Setting
Bll Butterick Publications! .. r n...
RK3.1 a JiJcciuiLy. . .
'3EfiB"JJ lllHiitisslni; Labor.
SKllS DELINEATOR New 0rlca,ls' APril is---The,
KB & m " vr. WERY National Manufacturers' Associa-
HHJ ' tion in session here today discussed
Ml BRIDGE STREET. - HILO HO. - MaWall luccuuimiuiisiiiimcxL-csswoi moor. bmbbbhHBiI
Gools the BlOOli
Hot weather takes the life out of
everybody. You become languid, de
bilitated, nervous, deprosied. You
loso your appetite nnd you have Indi
gestion. our blood becomes Impure,
your head aches, your nerves aro weak,
and you aro tired all tho time. You
want something to purity your blood
and make- It cool and hoaltliy.
Mr. Giovanni IVNesI, of l'arkulde, Soutb
'.uatralla, tell you how this may bo done, lis
sends bis photograph also.
11 In this warm anil debilitating climate 1
bellcre nearly everyone heeds a good tonic.
For a number of jcars 1 havo relied on A)cr'
Harsanarllla. I can strongly testify to Its
curative xwer In cooling the blood In hot
weather and in toning up tho whole system.
It Is a wonderful medicine."
There are many Imitation " Sarsaparlllas."
He sure you get Ayer's.
Aycr's Tilts aro Liver Pills. They cure con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, nausea,
and all liver troubles.
Prtptrtd by Dr. J. C. Aycr ft Co., Uwsll, Mass., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
Draught Boor IO Conto
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 No
tiotinl Hoard of l'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pan Motors nt reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, lied nnd Desk Lamps
etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for opcrnting them
Just received, new stock of Shades of
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
nnd Pan Motors.
Kstlmntcs furnished on all clnsses ol
P.lectricnl Work nnjl Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
ll.ll.KAN WAK HUOWS SKItlOUS.
Itctiort That n TIiouhhihI
Berlin, April 3. A dispatch
from Constantinople to the Lokal
Anzeigcr, dated noon today, an
nounces that the Bulgarian bands
and Turkish troops in Okhrcida
district have fought a battle and
that 1000 men were killed or
Constantinople, April 3. Official
advices from Monnstir say the Uni
tarian inhabitants of thirty villages
, in the Okhrcida district, totaling
3000 men nnd supported by tuc
Bishop and a number of revolution
ary bands, have rUcn against the
Turks. They surrounded n small
detachment of Turkish troops in
the mountains northward of Okh
rcida, but the troops succeeded in
cutting their way out after sustain
ing considerable loss.
Another dynamite outrage at the
town of Mustapha Pacha has led to
the discovery that the revolutionary
committee is supposed to be respon
sible for the attempt to wreck the
Oriental Express early in the morn
ing of March 31st, when the bridge
of the Turkish-Oriental Railroad
between Adrianople and Mustapha
Pacha was blown up by an infernal
Although affairs at Mitrovitsa
and Prisptina' arc reported, to be
calmer, the rising of the Albanians
in those districts creates intense
concern at the palace and among
the Ministers and at the embassy.
It is felt that a continuation of
trouble in the vicinity of Sandjak
and Navisar is likely to lead to apy
moment to an extension of Austrian
occupation over the entire Sandjak
district and as far as Mitrovitsa,
although it is believed that nothing
short of absolute necessity will in
duce Austria to take advantage of
its rights, which is restored to her
by the treaty of Berlin.
Charged With Smuggling.
San Jurtn, Porto Rjco, April 14.
The Grand Jury is investigating
charges of smuggling against naval
Captain O. V. Meutz, U. S.
Marine Corps, and civilians who
were alleged to have assisted him,
were arrested at San Juan on Dec.
21 and charged with smuggling
two lots of wines and liquors which
had been brought from the Danish
West Indies on naval vessels. It is
alleged that prominent officers 6f
both army and navy had been
carrying on the smuggling business
for some time and that the elite of
Porto Rico were supplied with wine
and liquors in this way. Most of
these goods are alleged to have been
brought by the officers to the
Country Club, of which they are
members, and then sold. Captain
Mcntz is the managing officer of
the Country Club. It is charged
in San Juan that goods are con
tinually landed secretly through
the naval station.
licuth or 11 Unhid.
New York, April 15. Rabbi
Gottheil is dead. Rabbi Gustavo
Gotthcil was celebrated in Jewish
circles as a leader in the reform
branch of the Hebrew church and
is a man of very liberal opinions.
He had worked in Germany, Eng
land and America and was known
as a leader in Jewish thought in
each country. He had been rabbi
of Temple Emanuel in New York
since 1873. He was-born in Prus
sia in 1827 and received his educa
tion partly in Berlin universities.
He spent thirteen years in Man
chester, England, in charge of the
Hebrew synagogue there. His
long work in New York made him
much revered by all those who
came in contact with him and al
though aged he has taken an im
portant part in religious ' affairs
during the past couple of years.
lllg Storm Damages Ships.
New York, April 15. A storm
which has raged all day in the har
bor has done great damage to ship
ping at the wharves and in the
stream. The big liners did not at
tempt to leave ond ferry traffic was
(1ATKS IIWYINO .MINKS.
Inrcsts lu Some Very Itlch
Properties Down In Soiiora.
Nogales (A. T.), April 3. John
W. Gates and his associates arc
putting millions into 'the Soiiora,
Mexico, mining fields. They have
purchased the Creston and Colorado
mines. The price paid for the
property is not definitely known,
but there is the best of evidence
that the amount is a little under
$10,000,000, which was the price
asked for the combined mines after
the discovery of the new ore body.
The Creston and Colorado mines
are not new objects. They are
situated about 240 miles south of
the border and fifteen miles cast
of Torres, on the Sonora Railway.
The original claims were held by
Price & Chamberlain of Cleveland,
O. For twelve years the mines
have produced gold and silver, and
together constituted one of the
largest producing properties in
North America. The old vein was
worken to a depth of 1200 feet and
made wealthy men of its owners.
Upon the death of these men
about eight years ago both proper
ties were placed in the hands of
administrators, who continued
working them as one as a matter of
convenience. Through the manage
ment of the administrators the
families of the deceased owners were
made immensely wealthy.
Two years ago in cross-cutting
from the old original vein a new
and much larger vein was dis
covered, which also proved to be
much richer., About 200 tons of
ore' arc being milled daily and the
output is estimated at $200,000 per
Washington, D. C,
I 4&l'li& lift
Secretary Hay has asked Germany
for the facts concerning the arrest
and deportation of an American
missionary and native students at
Ruk and Pouapc. The expulsion
of these people, it is charged, is an
impropriety ou the part of Ger
many. Ruk and Ponape are two islands
of the Caroline group and the mis
sion work in them is under the
American Board of Commissioners
of Foreign Missions. Ou the island
of Ponape where there is a popula
tion of about 2,100 people the so
ciety has one missionary and his
wife,, some lady missionaries, a
training school for teachers, a girls'
boarding school, five native min
isters, and eighteen churches. Ruk
is a small island thirty-one miles
west of Ponape. There are three,
missionaries there, one missionary's
wife, seven native agents, and fif
Won't Pay tho llcnd Tax.
San Francisco, Cal.,. April .14.
The Oceanic Steamship Company
refuses to pay the head tax on alien
The "Head tax" is a result of
instructions recently forwarded by
the Treasury Department to all U.
S. Collectors of Customs authoriz
ing them to collect a tax of two
dollars from each person arriving
at an American port from a foreign
port. The captain of each steamer
is requested by the new regulations
to make a statement ou arrival of
each of the passengers to the Cus
tom House. The head tax was
formerly $1. The new order went
into effect on March 4.
.will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawhetry, etc., etc.
Nkkou D. Camkka. Mok.
Wnlnnucnue St., near Pitman
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
This Is the only line of stnKcs tunlcing regular trips between K1111 nnd Hllunnd
taking in the Volcano of Kilnuen.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hllo nt
7:00 n. 111. nrc landed in either 1'nlmln or Honuapo tbe same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kinau and Manna I.oa nrc made both on
arrival and departure.
FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Unllroad ond Volcano Singes :
tig? 2h o m,;
3d SIS' If 81
grig .K-3 nggsK .
H H w en
A. M. 1 M. A. M. I'. M.
,7:00 3:00 7:00 3:00
7:30 3:3 7:3 3:30
8.30 4:30 8:30 4:30
11:30 7:30 11:30 7:30
Wed. Pri. Sun.
P.M. 'A.M. A.M. A.M.
ia:i5 5:00 6:00 5:00
5:00 10:30 11:00 '10:30
6:00 12:30 1 , a:oo
)lv Wainkea nr
Hilo R. K. Depot.
ar Mountain View Iv
nr Pnhaln Th
ar Houunno lv
Connecting with Mauna Loa.
TIME TABLE OF
Thursday .' April 9
Sunday : April 19
Thursday April 30
Sundny May 10
Thursday May at
Situday... May 31
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE:
lv Volcano Stnblcs nr
nr Kukuihacle nr
When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to land nt L,nupahochoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed 104 :do a.m. on Thursday morning, nnd
the Wednesday stngc from Lnupahoehoc to Iionoknn will be held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauna Loa in Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stnge for Lnupahoehoc from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and
the Ilouokon stage is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons tuny rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Managor.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings i
Are now arriving. Nearly nil the Spring Patterns will be found t
Call and Look
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
HILO WINE AND
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cubes and bulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assortod
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
Thlwphonm 90. Front Stkhkt, Nkau Church
a s a.
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-B P x
P.M. P.M. A.M.
5M5 5:45 945
5:30 5:3 9:30
4:30 4:30 8:30
1:30 1:30 5.30
A.M. P.M. P.M.
if-45 4:30 4:30
6:00 10:30 10:30
On arrival of Mauun I.oa.
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Sunday April la
Wednesday April a2
Sundny May 3
Wednesday May 13
Sunday May 34
Wednesday June 3
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