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1 J. D. KENNEDY 1
1 Cools the Blood
Hot weather takes tho life out of
everybody. You become languid, de
bilitated, nervous, dopressed. You
lose your appetite and you have Indi
gestion, 1 our blood becomes Impure,
your bead aches, your uerves are weak,
and you are tired all the time. You
want something to purity your oioou
ZZZ and make It cool and
5 Elegant Line of ZZS '
1 Hew Cut Glass , I1
Fine Watch end Clock Repair- 3
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j SPRECKELS' BLOCK
C Front Street, Hilo. 1
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Enterprise lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
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TT Alius, ill m
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japunese and Chinese
Mr. (Jlovntml IVNcll, of Tarkilde, Houth
Australia, tells you Iww tills way be done, lie
ends bis iiliotOrali also.
11 111 tills warm and debilitating clltnato I
believe nearly every 0110 needs a Rood tonic.
For a number f ) ears I have relied on A) er'i
BarunarllU. I can strongly testiry to Its
curative power In cooling the blood in hot
weather and In toning up the whole system.
It is a wonderful medicine."
There ate many Imitation " 8arsaparillas."
llo sure jou get Ayer's.
Ajer's rills are Mver l'llls. They cure con
stipation, biliousness, sick headache, nausea,
and all liver troubles.
Prcpsrtd ly Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Uwcll.Mut., U.SA
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
Draught Boor 10 Conts
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, comer
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
One of the Important line, of the
One of the practical uses of a
magnet, hut to those immediately
concerned a highly important use,
is that in which it is sometimes
employed to withdraw small pieces
of iron from such out of the way
places as the human eye. Another
use of the attractive force of magnet
ism on a much larger scale was
that to which it was put by
Kdison in his magnetic ore separa
tor, in which the ore, previously
crushed to a fine powder, is dropped
down a chute past the poles of
uowcrftil electromagnets, in nnsslne
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wnicn tne iron particles ot the ore
are deflected to one side, while the
non-magnetic stone dust continues
undeflcctcrl down the chute. Still
another instance of the employ
ment of magnetism in a small way
is that in which a magnetized tack
hammer is used in the manufacture
of strawberry baskets on a large
scale in conjunction with a mechan
ical device, which presents the
tacks, one at a time and head up,
to the operative, thereby greatly
facilitating his work.
It is a far cry from lifting a tack
by means of magnetism to the lift
ing of massive iron and steel plates
weighing four, six and twelve toils
by the same force, which is now
being done every workday in a
number of large steel works. Klec
tromagnetism, of course, is utilized,
the fortr of the magnet being usual
ly rectangular for this work and
presenting a flat surface to the
plates lifted. ' The magnets are sus
pended by chains from cranes, and
pick up the plates by simple con
tact and without the loss of time
consequent to the adjustment of
chain and hooks in the older
method. It is also found that the
metal plates can be lifted by the
magnets while still so hot that it
would be impossible for the men to
handle them. Cassier's Magazine.
ALASKA SALMON INVKSTIOATION
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J Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
Stanford University, June 3. H.
Gilbert, head of the zoology depart'
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
This is the only line of stages making regular4ttips between Kmi anil Hilo and
taking in the Volcano of Kilanca,
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mcilt, left the university this morn- , 7:00 a. m. arc landed In either Pnlmla or Honuapo the same evening.
in K for Seattle where he noes to I Through connection with the sttamers Kinau and Mnutia I,o;i are made both on
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assume his Government commission
on the Alaskan salmon investigation.
From Seattle he will sail June 8th
for Cook's Inlet, from whence he
and his assistants will proceed by
canal to the head of Bristol bay.
In the vicinity of this bay he will
spend the summer at work among
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad ami Volcano Stages :
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tiie streams ot tne ririon. It will .9
be Dr. Gilbert's special study to
determine whether the northern
streams are overfished, whether
hatcheries are properly conducted
and other things in connection with
the economic conditions of the sal
mon industry in that part of the
peninsula. During the summer
the various other parties sent out
under the Fish Commission will
cover different portions of Alaska,
but they will work independently
of each other. At the close of the
season in the fall the several groups
of investigators will be picked up
and returned home by the United
States steamer Albatross.
Dr. Gilbert has been engaged in
study for the Government Fish
Commission throughout the past
year, and has been on several pre
vious Government expeditions.
Last summer he was sent to Hawaii
on a similar trip, and in the summer
of 1897 he headed a party to Gua
duloupe island to look into the
reported existence of fur seals there.
The exact time of his return from
the Alaskan expedition is not
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TIME TABLE OF
iOi arrival of Mnuna I.oa.
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Honuapo I Leaves Honuapo
Thursday April 9 ' Sunday April 12
Sunday . April 19 .Wednesday April 22
Thursday April 30 Sunday May. 3
Sunday May 10 Wednesday (. May 13
Thursday May 21 Sunday May 24
Sunday . Mnv 31: Wednesday June 3
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
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J. C. 8ERRAO,
WILL TKY SCOTCH DIALECT.
Illrds Which Hare Mastered Spanish
New York, June 3. Sad laced
because of the trouble they expect
in trying to acquire the Scotch dia
lect, four cockatoos from Santa Fe,
N. M., were put aboard the Ameri
can liner Philadelphia today on the
way to Andrew Carnegie's estate
Russwcll Pierce, the ornitholo
gist, from whom Mr. Carnegie
bought the birds for $600, accom
panied them from New Mexico to
the pier. They were in separate
cages. The birds have already
mastered Spanish and Knglish.
For several weeks, with the aid of
small pebbles held in their bills,
they have been trying to acquire a
Scotch burr, and one of them can
say "Hoot Mon" once a day with
out hurting himself. Similar birds,
iio far as plumage is concerned, are
not known, according to Pierce, to
exist anywhere. The four birds
are exactly alike in plumage, which
is coal black, with the exception of
pure white tails and the white ring
around their necks. Pierce im
ported the parents from New
Guinea twenty-five years ago.
SODA WORKS Boor, 10c a Gloss
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
Nkhod 1). Camkka. Mc.k.
Walanucnuc St., near Pitman
Call and oxamino our stock
' Telephone 38
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
tall on or write
A ii. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
1 i 01 1 5 MurdiunW KxcIiuiiku
i SAN FRANCISCO CAL.
Would End Kentucky Feuds.
New York, June 5. The Sun's
Lexington (Ky.) correspondent
says: Within the next few days
Breathitt county, the scene of the
Kentucky feud, murder and strife,
will be invaded by a band of
twenty-five young preachers, who
will spend the summer months in
an earnest effort to evangelize the
people and end feudal feeling.
This religious army will be in
charge of Rev. Barclay Meador of
this city, assisted by Rev. Mr. Van
Winkle and Rev. Mr. Douthitt of
Kentucky University, and the entire
body will be composed of students
of this institution.
The main purpose of the pil-
grimmage is to reach the people
wherever opportunity presents it-
iseu, aim uy intituling v-unsuuii
principles into their hearts to create
better social conditions and render
1 impossible a recurrence of feudal
murder. Country schoolhouses
1 and cross roads, grocery stores and
I tents will be employed for meeting
Will Not Annex the Congo.
New York, June 3. A cable to
the Sun from The Hague says:
According to advices received here
the Government of Belgium has
decided to abandon the project of
annexing the Congb Free State,
allowing the option of annexation
to expire. It is explained that
uclgium is disinclined to assume
the responsibility of governing the
Congo as a colony because of popu
lar opposition and the attitude of
The Congo Free State was estab
lished by act of the international
conference ot Berlin in 1885, under
which it was declared to be a
sovereign power under King Leo
pold of Belgium. Leopold be
queathed all his rights in the state
to Belgium, and by treaty made in
1891 Belgium received the privilege
of annexing the state after a period
of ten years. This convention
Originator of Press Bureau Dead.
New York, June 3. Henry
Rotneike, who is said to have orga
nized the first newspaper clipping
bureau, died of apoplexy to-day at
his apartments in the Century. He
was born in Memel, Prussia, in
1855, and started a clipping bureau
in Loudon in 1881. In 1884 he
founded a branch here, and that
soon became the head office of the
enterprise. Romeike came to New
York in 1886. He later established
branches in other countries and had
a number of royal persons as sub
scribers. By the industry he origi
nated and built up to world-wide
importance he added the , word
"remeiked" to the language.
New Kirkland, Ohio, June io.
A bolt of lightning struck a dyna
mite magazine during a thunder
shower at New Kirland today. An
explosion followed immediately,
wrecking the building and shaking
up surrounding houses. Six per
sons were killed and twenty injured.
Not a Minutk should be lost
after a child shows symptoms of
cholera infantum. The first un
usual looseness of the bowels should
be sufficient warning. If immediate
and proper treatment is given,
serious consequences will be averted.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy is the sole re
liance of thousands of mothers and
by its aid they have often saved
their children's lives. Every house
hold should have a bottle at hand.
Get it today. It may save a life.
The Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
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When the weather Is too rough for the Kinau to land at Laupahoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo ischanged to 4:0011.111. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from I.aupahoehoe to Honokaa will be held toconnert with it.
On Mondaj-B following the arrival of the Mauna I.oa in Hommpo on Sundavs, the
leaving time of the stage for Iuupahoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. m., and
the Honokaa stage is held at I.aupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside front carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. yVRICHT, Managor.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfv the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest In Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at I.elimaun's.
Call and Look at tho Coods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
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hold should have a bottle at hand. . ifvppc ram
Get it today. It may save a life. UIUtKO . Tj
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HILO WINE AND
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
American Whiskoy '
in cases and hulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Cins, Assorted
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