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Prick vour skin with n noodlo. You
will sou It if full of blood, full all tho
time. Hut what kind of ulooil? Klcii
nnd jiuro0 Or tliln anil Impure-? Puro
blond nukes tlio skin clear, Ninoiith,
healthy. I inpuro blood rovurs tho skin
with pimples, sorus, boils, uuzurua,
eruptions, tottor, salt-rbuiim.
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold,
io Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
Mr. frank llewott, of Kalgoorllo, W. A.,
lemUlilnpliotOKraphnml tells what cured ','1"'
" When a lxy my Bkin uriiKenut in uiiuuiv
bout my liaml. After trying a great many
remedies In rain, I took Ajer's Harsaparllla
anil was quickly cured, ileccntly I ai
trouble tl again ith severe Uolls, but ono bot
tie. of tho nanio old remedy completely cured
mo. It's tho greatest blood'iiurlfylng medi
cine In tlio world."
There .ii in.iriv .miutlon ' Sarsaiiarlllas."
Ili Mir joii get Ajer's.
Aid l.'-J oturllh by Looping jour bowels
ngol .ui ,.m with Ajer's 1'llts.
! C. Mf&C..Lowtll,Mui.. U.S.A.
Ptf ?- '
For Sale by
HILO DRUG COMPANYi
At Moderate Prices.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. Kiug and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Draught Boor IO Conts
IMnVrciict' In (lorcrnor,84,(JnliliietM
n Pomlble Hcmoii.
Honolulu, May 27, The resig
nation of Henry E. Cooper as Su
perintendent of Public Works, an
nounced yesterday, was a good
deal of a surprise to many politicians,
and much discussion is rife as to
the cause and effect. In the opinion
of many, it is regarded as a with-
I drawal from the race for the Gover
'norship; also as .an indication that
, Cooper has little confidence in the
' contest over the countv government
It is also reported that there have
been more or less disagreements in
the Governor's official family. Sec
retary Carter and the Superinten
dent of Public Works arc said to
have disagreed a good deal over
the Chinese fund proposition and
The differences in the "cabinet"
I are regarded by many as one of the
! nrincinal causes of Cooncr's with
drawal. The Superintend cut's
plans up to a recent date were to
remain with the department and
carry out some large plans for pub-
1 lie improvements, and the fight he
began over the county act was
largely in defense of his right to do
so. -The new Superintendent may
end this fight. By simply com
plying with the terms of the county
act he may make the mandamus
suit, unnecessary. The case will
probably not be decided until after
.Cooper's resignation takes effect
on July 1.
Up to a comparatively recent date
Superintendent Cooper was gener
ally regarded as a candidate for the
Governorship next term, but it is
Oil Mnicnntn I.cniU Hip World hi
John D. Rockefeller is now classed
as a billionaire, and reported to be
the richest man in the world. Be-
At Moderate Frices.
Mixicd and Fancy Drinks
When you need a driuk call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
fore the South African war Alfred
Beit of Kimbcrly was, according to
an Knglish list published in 1900,
the world's only billionaire. Li
Hung Chang of China stood sec
ond in the list with $500,000,000,
and John D. Rockefeller third with
Only seven others were given for
tunes of over $100,000,000. Prince
lilim Demidoff of Russia, $200,
000,000; Cornelius Vanderbilt of
New York, $125,000,000; Andrew
Carnegie, $120,000,000, and Will
iam K. Vanderbilt, John Jacob As-
tor, William Rockefeller and Will
iam Waldorf Astor each $100,000,-000.
Lord Rothschild of England was
credited with $75,000,000, and Al
phonse Rothschild of Paris and
Baron Albert Rothschild of Vienna
$70,000,000 each. The English
Dukes of Devonshire, Bedford, Nor
folk and Buccleugh each had $50,-
Alfred Krupp, gunmakcr, had
$45,000,000; Claus Spreckcls and
P. D. Armour each $40,000,000.
Collis P. Huntington, George J.
Gould and J. Pierpont Morgan each
$35,000,000, and Marshall Field,
Harold McCormick, W. L. Elkins
and James J. Hill $25,000,000, all
of them ranking in wealth with
Russian and Austrian princes.
Fifty years ago the millionaires
were confined mainly to the princes
and dukes and bankers of Europe.
The American millionaire came
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
This is the only line or stages making regular.trips between Kau nnd llilo nnd
taking in the Volcano of Kllaucn.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo at
1 7:00 a. in. arc landed In either I'aliala or iionuapo the same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kinait and Manna Loa are made both on
arrival and departure.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad ami Volcano Stages :
g o ,
j5 1-. o
.a '3 a
a a a
3 Q &
J5 K n
a o a.
STATIONS A. M.
Mv..Vo!cano Stnhlcs..nr ) ,.,
C Hlln. f 9-45
( lv Wniakcn ar
I Hilo K. K. Depot.
ar Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House ar
ar i'aliala lv
ar Ililca ar
ar Honuapo lvl
5:30 I !30
1 tt I
"Connecting with Mauna Loa.
TIME TABLE OF
tOn nrrival of Mauna I.oa.
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Sunday April 19
Thursday April 30
Thursday May 21
btiutiay fliay 31
Sunday April 12
Wednesday April 22
Sunday ....'. May 3
Wednesday May 13
Sunday May 24
Wednesday .June 3
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
now understood that Secretary Car- with the eta of development of rail
ways and the mineral and manufac
turing resources of the country.
Since the census year of 1900 there
have been great changes, Mr. Rock
efellerhavingquadrupled his wealth
and the South African millionaire
having lost ground. Many Ameri
cans who were simply hard workers
twenty years ago have advanced to
the rank of millionaire. Chicago
ter is likely to succeed Governor
Dole. As the relations between
the Secretary and the Superinten
dent were not the most cordial,
this may be one of the reasons why
Cooper decided to step out. Cooper,
however, has in the past expressed
a wisn to get uaeve into me law
" Who is likely to succeed
Cooper?" was asked of a local Gov
ernment official this morning.
"Why, Jimmie Boyd, of course,"
was the reply. "Let him go back
11- mm 1
"HETTKK THAN THEY KNEW."
Two Glasses for 25 cts.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
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nila bay, but not to them do we
owe our privilege to stand with the
world powers facing the world
problems of to-day. It was Lin
coln's men who made us a world
power, and jm the Spanish war,
this historical Tact of a previous
generation was made known to the
In honor of the nation's illustrious
dead we meet and to their memory
has been dedicated Memorial Day.
It stands not only for nationality,
but symbolizes the indestructability
and perpetuity of the Republic
through the valor and devotion of
its patriotic citizens.
Peace to their dust, and may the
memory of their patriotic devotion
be ever kept green in the hearts of
IIAVOU UY STOKMS.
Sererul States Visited by Serious
Uumnge nnd Loss of Mfe.
Lincoln, Neb., May 26. Torna
does continue to deal death and de
Omaha, May 26. This vicinity
has suffered heavily from cyclonic
1 storms and rain.
Des Moines, la., May 26. Torna
does have crossed Iowa, causing
many fatalities. A score of people
have been injured and several towns
Salina City, Kas., May 26.
Great floods following destructive
storms have inundated the country
about here. Homes and crops are
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar Pnpalkou ar
ar ,.,..PepcckeoM ar
ar lloiioimi ar
ar Hakalatt lv
ar Ilonomna ar
ar Waikamalo ar
ar Papaaloa ar
ar Laupahochoe lv
lv Laupahoehoe ar
ar Ookala ar
ar Kukalau ar
ar Famiilo ar
ar iiouoicaa ar
lv Honokan ar
ar Kukuihaele ar
ar....Wnimea (Kamitcla) ar
ar Kawaitiac lv
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When the weather is too rough for the Kitiau to laud at Laupahochoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Honokaa will be held toconnect with it.
Fan Motors at reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Tabic, lied nnd Desk Lamps
etc., always 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . .. $15
j Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them Ji a month
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauun I.o.i in Honuano on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahochoe from Hilo ts changed to 10:00 a. m., nnd
the uonoican 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 may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRICHT, Manager.
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilln, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
Nkuou I), Camkka. Men.
Walonuenue St., near Pitman
Judge liiuld Keslgns.
Manila, May 26. Judge Fletcher
Ladd has resigned from the Su
preme Court of the Philippines ow
ing to the illness of his wife and
will return to the. States.
Judge Fletcher Ladd was one of
Just received, new stock of Shades of I those appointed to the Supreme
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine ijenci, two years ago Uy the Taft
and Fan Motors. . Commission. Judge Ladd is only
Estimates furnished on all classes ol 1 , , .
F.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to ! forty-one years of age, and owing
install apparatus complete. ' to the fact that he understood Ger
man, French and Spanish, has been
invaluable 011 the Philippine bench.
He is a New Hampshire man and a
graduate from Dartmouth College
and the Harvard Law School. He
has had his wife and two children
in the Philippines with him, and
Mrs. Ladd has been very popular
in social circles of Manila.
California licet l'nctorlen.
San Francisco, May 26. The
beet lactones will commence grind
ing July 1 on heavy crops. All
will begin work except the Wat
sonville factory, where, owing to a
disagreement over the price of
beets, the farmers have planted ber-
SODA WORKS e. wbry
Stone Mason and Brick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
a Specialty. . .
Our Hand Turned Homi.
Honolulu, May 26. Senator
Dickey presented the following reJJ
port of the Miscellaneous Petitions
committee, singed by himself and
"Your Qommittee on Miscella
neous Petitions, to which was re
ferred a petition from citizens of
Hilo asking that an appropriation
be made to cover they expenses of
the band to go to Hilo on July 4,
1903, has hadjhe same under con
sideration and begs leave to report:
"The Current Expense Appro
priation bill having passed both
houses is no longer before the Senate-,
and it will therefore be impos
sible to make the appropriations
asked for without making a special
bill for that purpose, and your com
mittee does not consider the matter
of sufficient importance to warrant
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
f istidious wearer of clothes. The
Latost In Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Arc now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Leiimaun's.
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
Hawaii -ries instead.
HooHcvolt ut Spokane.
Spokane, Wash. May 26. Presi
dent Roosevelt's train arrived in
Spokane at an early hour, but he
found the crowds out to see him.
His stay was only for a few hquts.
During the day he stopped at Tckoa
and crossed the line into Idaho.
St. Petersburg, May 26. The
Jews of the capital are apprehensive
of more persecution. Outrages on
wealthy Finlanders continue and
the poor are panic stricken.
HILO WINE ANE
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cases and bulk
in cases nnd bulk
Holland Cins, Assorted
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