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S Many of us have to work hard all day I Sn y KiirImmI Will ho Nearer Free , trade than we have ever been.
Innfr. Wo cannot caro lor oiirsolvos as
wo would. No wondor our blood Rots
out of order, becomes tbluand Impure.
This produces bulls,cru pilous, nervous
ooss, Indigestion, uud gieat weakness,
ani!W!inm.nimniiii; q Roughed It"
1 J. D. KENNEDY 1
1 CLOCKS 1
j Hlegnnl Line of S3
Hew Gut Glass I
HE Fine Watch and Clock- Repair- :5
S lug Solicited. 3
ST Satisfaction Gunrnntced.
E SPRECKELS' BLOCK Eg
ST Front Street, Hilo. 3
ICIIAMIIKUI.AIN DKI'KNOH IMiAX.
Icigti nations for our markets, which
would bring us nearer to real free
Trnile Tlmn Krer.
II P7 ill
Una i 11 I
Hill ill ''vSrarKRwlraJJll f
Wm&T hi'' .
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold,
io Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
Wo have this photograph nml letter fnmi
Mr. John llafner, of Work V-KBi c"'
Bouth Wulcs. lle.nl rarof nlly w I1.1 1 lio i a
"1 hae rmiRhfcl It .1 preat 1lr.1l, mlnliic,
orkliiR In torim,oiKc(l 10 tlio hc.it, an 1
hate nltrn h.ut oor food My lilcioil fr
qtieutly becomes linpurranil lluto a upl Ions,
bolls, ami become ("m-rally run ilunn. lint
Aver's SiriuiMtllU tiil.es hold of nm rwrj
time, iml.es iny , blood pure and lit 1 1- me
There are many imlutlon Hflaraaparllla."
Bo aure you get Aycr's.
Take Ayor't Pills with the fUrsaparllU.
They aid la purlfyliur the blood; and they
cure constipation and biliousness.
Prcpirtd by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Uwell, Mstt., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King nud Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Open from 5 A.M. to n P.M.
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
mltl First Class
" lpv LIQUORS
V,ji-,' WINES AND
- -Wr' . CORDIALS
:firIBp ' Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
s8k Coucocted by
13SHe'' Expkriiwckd Mixologists
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. 8ERRAO,
- - -
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Iu accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Pirc Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pan Motors at reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, lied nnd Desk Lamps
etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating tlicni, $i a month
Just received, new stock of Shades ol
various patterns, Also Sewing Machine
and Pan Motors.
Rslimatcs furnished on nil classes ol
P.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete
SODA WORKS e. wery
London, June 7. Seldom has the
reassembling of Parliament been
looked forward to with greater
anxiety and curiosity than today,
when the anomalous situation will
be revealed of the Liberal Associa
tion defending the free-trade budget
against the Government, whose
Ministers have partially abandoned
the free-trade policy. The irony
,of the situation is brought home to
the Government's most loyal sup
1 porters, who are beginning to re
jproach the Ministers with bad'judg
1 ment and to call loudly for a reve
lation of Colonial Secretary Cham
The Conservative Standard com
plains that the Colonial Secretary's
letter in reply to a workiugman,
which was evidently planned to
rnineirle with the reassembling of
' the House of Commons, lacks his
usual lucidity of statement and fails
lo assist the country iu deciding a
difficult point. It is quite certain
that the position looks less hopeful
for Chamberlain's plans since Par
While several influential Conser
vatives have spoken in opposition
to his scheme, not a single Minister
has ventured to praise or even ex
press a modified approval of it. In
some quarters Chamberlain is cred
ited with preparing a dramatic sur
prise in the shape of telegrams from
the Premiers of all the colonies ap
proving the principles of his policy.
The Melbourne correspondent of
the Times says the statement tele
graphed to England by Alfred B.
Eakcn, the Attorney-General of the
Australian Commonwealth, that the
Commonwealth Government and
all the Governments of the separate
states approved Chamberlain's pro
posals, and that au immense major
ity was assured for the new policy
when it was submitted to the Aus
tralian people, is considered to be
premature and not warranted by
public utterances. Some ol the
Premiers of the states express a
guarded approval of the proposals,
while others have been silent.
Many protectionists, adds the cor
respondent, arc in favor of the
scheme provided that the Australian
tariff be increased against foreign
countries and not lowered in favor
of Great Britain.
In his letter in reply to a work
iugman who drew his attention to
the denunciation of his proposals
by the trades union leaders Cham
berlain says he attaches ,110 impor
tance to the criticisms because, the
trades union leaders are ajmost all
strong Radical partisans. He is
confident that in this matter the
workingmen will think for them
selves and not be dictated to by the
trades union leaders.
Chamberlain proceeds to say it
will be impossible to secure prefer
ential treatment from the colonies
without Great Britain placing some
duty on wheat as well as other ar
ticles of food, because these are the
chief articles of colonial produce.
"Whether this will raise the cost
of livinir is a matter of opinion,"
says Chamberlain. "There is no
doubt in many cases duty of this
kind will be paid by the exporter,
and it really depends on the extent
of competition among the export
ing countries. For instance, I
think it is established that the. duty
of 1 shilling recently imposqd on im
ported wheat was met by a reduc
tion iu prices and freight rates by
states, and, therefore, the tax did
not fall on the consttmmers here;
but even if the price of food is
raised the rate of wages will cer
tainly rise in greater proportion.
This has been the case both in the
United States and Germany. In
America the available balance left
Repeating his conviction that a
revision of duties would enable a
large old-age pension scheme to be
carried out, Chamberlain declares
that the returns show that a rapid
increase in the imports of colonial
produce occurred iu the past, even
without preference, while British
exports of finished articles abroad
were gradually given place to ex
ports of raw materials which were
returned with the advantage to the
foreigner of increased employment
of labor and of trade profits on the
business thus secured.
Iu conclusion, referring to the
predictions that his proposals would
ruin the .country, Chamberlain
asks: "How arc we to account for
the fuct that the increase of exports,
wages and general prosperity dur
ing the last twenty-nine years in
the United States and Germany
have been greater than in Great
Britain, which is the only civilized
country in the world to enjoy the
blessings of unrestricted free imports?"
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of stages making regulnr,trips between Knu and Hilo and
taking In the Volcano of Kilnucn.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo nt
7:00 a. in. ,nre lauded iu'eithcr Pahntn or Honuapo the same evening,
Through connections with the steamers Kinau and Manna I.oa ate made both on
arrival nud departure.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad nud Volcano Singes :
Si Q a
r a km re
re o a a
3 c u
rt O Mi
a C J M. re
- re C
" v 3
re O 3
3 3 C
8 8 8.
.. r r?
n a 2.
' . rt
, H m a
0 2 '
'Z re p
a w p.
) lv.. Volcano Stnb1es..nr
j lv Wniakcn nr
Hilo R. R. Depot.
nr Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House. i....ar
ar Pahala lv
ar iitlea nr
ar Honuapo lv
Simple Cure For Insomiiln.
Insomnia troubles most commer
cial travelers during their first few
trips on the road. Some resort to
one thing to woo sleep, others to
somethings else, but the majority
of them find that the most potent
soporific is the ticking of a loud
voiced clock or watch. ".I had
been traveling for two months,"
said a hardware drummer, "and
was fairly worn to a string with
sleeplessness before I heard of that
simple boon to the nervous. Final
ly I met. a man in the Palmer
House in Chicago who told me
about the watch remedy. He had
suffered just that way when he
fisrt went on the road and had
learned from experience that a
watch with a tick like a sawmill
was the best cure in the world for
wakefulness. It was about 10
o'clock at night when he told me
about it, but I set out to find the
kind of timepiece he described.
After scouring State street for an
hour or so I not hold of,a watch
that met all requirements. With
that in my pocket you could hear
me coming a block away, and I
knew that if his theory was worth
anything at all, I ought to be able
to sleep for two days at a stretch
without a bit of trouble. Owing
to the bellboy's vigilance I did not
put in quite that much time, but I
certainly did sleep with a ven
geance, and since then I never lose
an opportunity to advise other rest
less travelers to provide, themselves
with a watch that is not afraid to
speak right out in meeting."
Cruiser Ik Seized.
Washington, D. C, June 19.
The new cruiser Chattanooga and
the gunboat Galveston that are be
ing completed in the ship-yards of
the Ship-building Trust have been
seized by the creditors of the Trust.
The Trust is now iu the hands of a
receiver, Lewis Nixon having re
cently resigned as President.
11UUUIW iJ UUUilllViu - uvwwuui wt
the possible delay in carrying out
the contracts with the Government.
"Connecting with Mnuua I.oa.
TIME TABLE OF
IIQ 1 arrival of Manna I.oa.
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Thursday April 9
Sunday April 19
Thursday April 30
Sunday May 10
Thursday May 21
buiulay AInv 31
Sunday April 12
Wednesday April 22
.Sunday Mny 3 -
Wednesday Mny 13
Sundny Mny 24
Wednesday June 3
Time Tabic of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
1 1 '50
lv Volcano Stables ar
nr Papaikou nr
nr Pepcckco nr
nr Honoiuu ar
ar ...i Makalau lv
ar Honoliitm ar
ar Waikamalo nr
ar Papaaloa ar
ar Laupahochoc lv
lv Laupahoehoe nr
nr Uoknla ar
ar Kukaiatl ar
ar Paauito ar
ar Houokan ar
lv Ilonokaa nr
nr Kukullmcle ar
nr....Wniuiea (Knmueln) ar
nr Knwaihnc lv
u p a
s c2 a
O uW o
When the weather Is too rough for the Kinau to lnnd at Laupahoehoe Wednesday
e leaving time of state from Hilo is changed to 4:00 n.111. on Thursday morning, nud
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Houokan will be held tocouueel with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Manna I.oa iu Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and
tue itonokun stage is Held at J.aupnlioelioc to connect witlt it.
Aside from carrying of express matter nud passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order th.it will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trousorings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Lchmauu's.
Call and Look at tho Goods
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
N'l'.KOI) i). Cajikua. Mh,
Walnnuenuo St., near Pitman
Stone Mason and Iirick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
a Specialty. . .
TKX HOLD ASSERTIONS
Regarding Chumlierliiln'n folic, Choi
era and Diarrhoea Remedy.
1. It affords quick relief in cases
of colic, cholera morbus and pains
iu the stomach.
2. It never fails to effect a cure
iu the most severe cases of dysen
tery and diarrhoea.
3. It is a sure cure for chronic
4. It can always be depended
upon iu cases otf cholera infantum.
5. It cures epidemical dysentery.
6. It prevents bilious colic.
7. It is prompt and effective iu
to the worker after he has paid fori curing all bowel complaints,
necessaries is much larger than j 8. It never produces bad results,
here. These are facts which we j y. It is pleasant and safe to take,
must bring to the notice of the 10. It has saved the lives of
workingmen generally. ' more people than any other medt-
"There is another side ol the
i question which requires discussion.
At present we enter into negotia
tions with foreign countries empty
handed. If we were able to bar
cain on enual terms I believe thu
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST. J
HILO WINE ANE
cine in the world.
These are bold assertions to make
regarding any medicine, but there
is abundant proof of every one of
the above statements regarding this
remedy. Ivvery household should
duties now imposed on our products have a bottle at hand. Get it to
would be generally reduced. There j day. It may save a life. The
would be competition among for-! Hilo Drug Co. sells jt.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in fuses nud bulk
iu cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND'PORTER
Thlm'honk 90. Front Stkkkt, Near Church.
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