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in at Demosthenes Cafe
A Carload of Monuments
Just deceived Ex S. $. Nebraskan
Direct from New York City. Consisting of the latest
designs in Scotch and American Granite, American
, Italian Marble. Executed by skilled artists. No two
designs being alike. Ranging in price from $5.00 to
$1,500. Photographs will b; 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 Alakea St., bet King and Hotel Sts.
Several designs of Hawaiian stone in stock.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GRO. MUMI1Y, Mj;r.
PlaniiiL', Mouloiujj, Scroll Work mid nil kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATKR TANKS A Sl'HCIAITY. Household mid all kinds of furniture,
Store fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as new, nt easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Sents, Church Pews, and Redwood Guttcis, all size
Oldest, Most Successful and Most Economical
MIDLAND POULTRY FOOD
No. 1 Nursery Chick Pood
No. 2 Growing Chick Pood
No. 3 Fattening Chick Food
No. 4 Kgg mid Feather Producing
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, H. T.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Go.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, 11. C, and Sydney, N S. W., and calling at Victorm, II. C, Honolulu,
and ltrisbjue, N. 7. ; are dUO at Honolulu on or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B.C. From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Hrisbane, Q., and Sydney: For Victoria and Vancouver, H. C:
MIOWF.RA MAY 9 AORANGI MAY 6
AORANGI JUNK 6 MOAN. JUNK 2
MOANA JULY 4 MIOWKRA JJJI.Y 1
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily
BKTWKKN VANCOUVKR AND MONTRKAI,, making the run in joo hours,
without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Through tickets .sstied from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Kurope
For freigltt and passage, and nil general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields,
Soil Analysis Made and Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to S"il, Climate and Crop
I FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
Sulphato of Ammonium Nitrato of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphates
Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilizers for sale in large or small iiuautities. Fertilise your lawns with our
Special l.awu Fertilizer.
V. O. HON 7G7,
J, 11. ATHKRTON, President.
J. 1'. COOKK. Secretary.
GF.O. II. ROHF.RTSON, )
K. I). TF.NNF.V, Directors,
1$. F. DISIIOP, )
CI l.SINi; t'NHXClil.MU). service uu
mirpiisc(l,!)lntiiK Room nnd lloolli fur
itHliitis the fi licit to lie round in the
1 fifty cent meal
tDat ba$ no equal
niNNKR 1'ARTIRS. Ilnnqucti nntl
Supper!) served under the supervision
of the proprietor, cither nt the restuu
rnut or nt private residences.
CHAMl'AGNHS mid fine Tnhlc Wines;
Curd Room, Rending Roomnnd HuITet.
in rear of Hilo Mercautilc'Co's Buildinn
No. s Nursery Duckling Food
No. G Growing Duckling Food
No. 7 Fattening Duckling Food
No. S Laying Duck Food
C. M. COOKK, Vice-President.
OF.O. R. CARTF.R,
Treasurer and' Malinger.
J. f. CRAWLRY,
Superintendent uud Chemist.
LANS THAT FAILED.
Anionic Them Tno Imorlniit Mens.
urcR AfTpctliiK llllo.
Honolulu, April 30. When the
hour of midnight struck on Tues
day the work of the Legislature was
finished, in so far as the Governor
was concerned. After that hour
he refused to sign any more bills,
and yesterday it was reported by
those who met him, that he would
not consider the placing of his name
to either of the ten measures which
remained undisposed of by him.
The Courts had decided that his
signature to bills within the ten
days specified as being in his dis
cretionary period was valid, but he
regards it as bad practice, and re
fused to continue it.
Ten bills and three joint resolu
tions remain unsigned, by the ex
ecutive, and while some of these
are important matters, others were
so complex that he had not the
time to consider them at length, as
was wiso before indicating his ap
proval or disapproval. The joint
resolutions could not be approved
owing to the fact that each was in
contradiction to the law as it now
stands. Thus the two resolutions,
placing in the care and control of
the government certain streets in
Kewalo and in Makiki, were in
conflict with the law, winch pro
vides that the streets shall have a
certain fixed width and be provided
with sidawalks and paving, before
being taken over. The Organic
Act provides that the Governor
shall appoint boards, which dis
posed of the St. Louis Exposition
The bills which remain unsigned
include some of those which en
countered the hardest battles on the
floor. Thus the Hackmen's bill
failed of approval, as did the Long
bill and the bill relating to the sale
and manufacture of liquors, and
that for the purchase of the Pauao
water works. Two Hilo measures
failed that for a high school and
the electric railroad franchise. The
bill amendatory of the malt liquor
license bill, which was passed over
the veto of the Governor, was found
to be impossible for signature,
though it was drawn by one of the
senators, for it repealed its prede
cessor in an important matter, and
provided no remedy for conditions.
The band act did not become law,
which makes no change "in condi
tions, as the bill for fiduciary com
panies likewise was lost, in the
House. Other acts remaining un
signed were to provide rights of
damages for wrongful death, an act
in relation to the pay of jurors and
that granting divorce for leprosy.
The six resolutions which re
ceived the assent of the governor
were: Asking statehood, against
a leper lazaretto, asking for harbor
improvements and maintenance of
lights, an Olaa reserve, and for the
Territorial band control and man
agement. The Hawaiian language
as official, was passed over the veto
of the Governor.
An Extra Session.
The failure of the legislature to
pass the Appropriation Bill caused
the Governor to call an extra ses
sion which convened Thursday,
April 30. The Governor's call is as
Whereas, the Legislature at its
regular session of 1903, has failed
to pass Appropriation Hills provid
ing for payments of the necessary
current expenses of carrying on the
Government and meeting its legal
I, Sauford B. Dole, Governor of
the Territory of Hawaii, by virtue
of the authority in me vested by
law, hereby call the Legislature to
meet in extra session for the con
sideration of Appropriation Bills for
the coming biennial period, on
Thursday, the thirtieth day of
April, A. D. Nineteen Hundred
YVurtdilps ut Yokohama.
Yokohama, Japan, April 29.
The warships of the American fleet
are assembling at Yokohama in
readiness for any emergency which
may arise from the delicate situation-created
by Russian demands
Russia has evacuated the Shing
King province of Manchuria,
'1 i - JWiy.W.U.liilg.. U'J!
NK1.F DKMlAlt VfKKR.
Solvation Army Work la llllo In
May 3rd to toth marks the Sal
vation Army's "Self Denial Week,"
which once a year is celebrated by
this organization. Kxtra effort is
put forth on every Hue during this
weekyond attention is called to the
public to this fact.
They ask at this time especially
for funds for their work, and a let
ter has been sent out by the Cap
tain of the Corps here asking the
friends of the Army to contribute
especially at this time to their
work. The letter is as follows:
My Dear Friknd: Again it
falls to our pleasant lot to thank
you for your kind and generous
assistance rendered in one way and
another to our work during the
We are now upon the eve of our
Annual Week of Prayer and Self
Denial, which we are celebrating
here May 3d to 10th. We would
like this week to be a means of
blessing to you as well as to our
own people. We pray for you and
yours, and while we know we can
not reward you for your kindness
toward us, we earnestly trust that
our prayers will be blessed of God
in repaying you spiritually for any
sacrifice you may make in render
ing us assistance.
We make two special appeals to
the public each year for funds for
our work. This is our spring ap
peal. Possibly you have been a
contributor to our work; on the
other hand it may be you have not
come in contact with the Army nnd
have not been asked to contribute
to its work. At any rate, we are
making a special appeal and wish
to ask your co-operation.
Our work speaks for itself. Why
the Salvation Army was organized
you well know if you have come in
contact with it to any extent. Pos
sibly you do not agree with every
method the Army uses, but the end
to be attained we feel cannot but
appeal to vou.
We will not be able to call upon
all the friends of the Army but
send you this letter to ask if you
will contribute to our work at this
time. We would be glad to call
for your donation if you will send
us your address, or if it suits you
better, mail it to us.
My sister and I have recently
taken charge of the work in Hilo
and trust you will help to make
this, our first effort here, a greiit
Do not refrain from helping be
cause you cannot do much. Kvery
little helps aud we shall be thank
ful for anything you can do.
Hopiug to hear from you, I re
main, Sincerely your friend,
ISAiai.A F. Hutchinson,
Captain Salvation Army.
Different ministers of the town
will be with them in their meetings
this week. The speakers for the
remainder of the week are as fol
lows: Thursday night, Rev. Mr.
Nash; Friday night, Rev. Mr.
Yajuna; Saturday night, Rev. Mr.
Silva; Sunday night, Elder and
Mrs. Leland. The Captain ex
tends a hearty welcome to all to at
tend the meetings this week aud co
operate with them in their efforts of
this their "Self Denial Week."
Honor French President.
Marseilles, April 29. The
European squadron of the Ameri
can navy arrived here today in
order to be present at the great re
ception that is to be given Presi
dent Loubct on his return to
France from Algeira. President
Loubet left Bizerta, Algeria, tonight
in the French wnrshin Temip d'Arr!
and is expected to arrive here to
morrow morning. In addition to
the American warships there are a
large number of French vessels in
port aud also vessels of the Russian
and Italian navies.
Timk AND Monky. Sickness
causes a loss of both time and
money. You lose the time and
have the expense of medical atten
dance, entailing a double loss. This
can be avoided by using some re
liable remedy at the first stage of
the sickness. The purchase of a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea Remedy often
proves a profitable investment, for,
by its use at the first appearance of
of any unttsal looseness of the bow
els, a severe attack or" diarrhoea or
dysentery may be averted, that
might otherwise compel a week's
cessation from labor. Kvery house
hold should have a bottle at hand.
It never fails and is pleasant to take.
Get it to day. It may save a life.
The Hilo Drug Sore sells it.
S H I RTS
IN ALL THE NEWEST STYLES JUST OPENED
SOLE ACENCY FOR
80c ' A ROLL
L. TURNER CO.
Rand made Saddles and fiarnc$$.
RICHARDS &. SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I
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