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1 turning to sleep at home the same
lmpuro lilooil will always mako you night, as the people of Olaa and the
sick. You Buffer fimn headache. Broal , country did last night,
doprosslon, Indigestion, slooplossticsn. ' ' ' "
a bad skin, oxtroino exhaustion, ami ! Take the transportation of sugar,
vou can hardly drag yourself about. jTo mU1( jt jg worth UQO pcr lo
to be able to load it on cars tit the
LOAN .HIT AM) SALOON'.-!.
j Elegant Line of
I New Gut Glass
E Fine Watch nml Clock Repair
s' lug Solicited.
J: Satisfaction Ounrantccd.
S SPRECKELS' BLOCK 53
E Front Street, Hllo. ;
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,,., J Volcano Stables & lrans. Co.
llcnil li it Mr. II .1 l.tUliev of WpIIiiiu
ton.NrW 74.wl.tiul, m) ubout Uiln. Ilo also
oi(U lihiilioto;r.i li.
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llooil,rprul.illy In. in lx.il im niyinus nml
luck. I fill Mk all nwr auil w m rrrall
ili'presii-il. I Ix'j.mii tin-.-) )rHir- .rill
Alter laLing only a II! Ua f It I Irlt ' tt'l
ami soon my troiibtm ilH iioaril. I I :!
till tiuMifiiio h tlio lxt IiI.wmI puillm an,)
tlio itriin -est loulc tlul any t an lit') "
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Fiuest of
At Moderate Prices.
TIipto aro tinny Imitation "Barfciiurllfcu."
Jin mho )uii RCt Ayer a.
ITio Ajcr's l'lll erory tlmo your IxmcUlxs
cnino corutlpatoil, or when you aro Mllnus or
lute lck licMlicha. Tliey curt quk'1.1).
Prepared by Or. J. C. Aytt A Co. Lowell, Man.. U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and l'ront Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Priced.
Mixhd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, comer
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
mill, saving the handling and stor-
I iug in warehouses, and again
1 handling to steamers. It also saves
1 time, which is money, for the sugar
I can be stored in Hilo, ready to take
advantage of the first vessel, which
, is better than waiting for weather
, to be able to load at the landings.
1 To the business men of Hilo
little need be said of the advantages
to be gained by them. The business
is there and if they do not get it, it
will be their own fault and I have
confidence enough in them to be
lieve that they are enterprising
enough to not let it go by, or, in
other words they believe that the
nimble dollar is the one that counts.
As to the construction of this
road, it should have the good will
and support of every man in Hilo
and the surrounding country. In
a few years we will have a city and
surrounding country as prosperous
as any or the Islands, and as the
territory tributary to Hilo is nearly
as large ns all the other Islands
combined, there is no reason why,
in a few years, we should not con
trol as much wealth as Honolulu.
Then there is no reason why the
oriental lines should not make Hilo
their port of call. We hope the
day may be close at hand when we
will see the city ol Kilo supplying
as well furnishing a market for the
Now a word for the men who for
three years have tried to float this
enterprise. Only men knowing tue
possibilities of the country and men
of unusual energy would have stood
by the proposition as long as they
and great credit is due them for
their nerve and pluck in the matter.
To our esteemed friend and fellow
citizen Philip Peck do we particu
larly owe our thanks, and may he
as well as those who are associated
with him be sucessful in this their
great enterprise. On behalf of the
people of Hilo I extend to them a
hearty greeting and for the Hilo
Railroad Co., the two Locomotives
speak for themselves and may the
meeting of the two roads and their
business relations in the future be
as friendly as they are represented
Honolulu, July 1. The Loan
Act and the appropriations there
under in the bill pending at the
special session formed the principal
topic of discussion at the meeting of
the Iixcutive Council yesterday.
To have the bonds issued mid the
realizations therefrom npplied to
public i'lprovcmeuts with the least
possible delay was the main object
It was decided that the Governor
should write to the President by to
day's mail for his approval of the
amount proposed to be borrowed,
as being within the limitation of
the Organic Act, suggesting in the
letter that a reply be sent by cable.
Treasurer Kcpoikai said after the
meeting that they hoped the Presi
dent would approve the appropria
tions as a whole upon the Gover
The Council approved the lease
of Hualalai lands to John McGuire
submitted by Commissioner K. S.
Boyd, the terms of which have
been published and it was ordered
to have it put up at auction at the
upset rental therein mentioned.
R. A. Lucas was granted a retail
liquor license for the premises
formerly occupied by Captain An
drews in Hilo.
Renewals were granted to Matt
McCann of retail liquor license at
Lahaina, to H. Hackfeld & Co., of
dealer's license at Hilo, to Waitnea
Wine Co. of dealer's license at
Waitnea, Kauai, to Thomas F.
McTighe & Co. of dealer's license
at Honolulu, and to Haleiwa Hotel
Co. of wine and malt liquor license
George Markham's application
for a light wine and beer license at
Moanalua was refused, as was John
Kai's for, a retail spirit license at
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
ThMs the only line of stages making rcgularitrlps between Khu and Hllo and
taking in the Volcano or Kilauea.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengois or express leaving Hilo at
7:00 a. m. are lauded in either I'aliata or Homiapo the name evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kiuau and Mamm Loa ate made both 011
arrival and departure. ''
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
a 0 a a
ra .w ra
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v .. -z
3 S o
a v c
I lv Volcano Stallcs..ar
)lv Waiakca ar
Hilo U. K. Depot.
ar Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House
ar Pahala lv
ar liilea ar!
ar Homtapo Ivl
Connetlg with Mattna - 1
TIME TABLE OF
. XXOn arrival of Milium Loa,
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Thursday April 9
Sunday April 19
Thursday .....April 30
Sunday .' May 10
Thursday May 21
Sunday May 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
C. Unddaky, Prop.
Wyoming Jllno Horror
Hanna. Wvo., July 1. Rescue
work at the scene of yesterday's
mine explosion has been going on
night and day, every able-bodied
man the town can muster being
engaged in rendering all possible
assistance. Two hundred and
thirty-five bodies have thus far been
taken from the mine and there are
yet men to be accounted for.
The scenes in the underground
passages have been horrible. In
many places bodies were heaped
upon each other, showing that the
men fought for life in nn almost
fiendish struggle. Many bodies are
mutilated beyond recognition and
the horrible contortion of face and
limb tell the terrible story of the
ferocity with which the doomed
miners fought to escape from the
SODA WORKS Beer, 10c a Glass
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawberry, etc., etc.
Ni'.uoi) D. Camkka. Mok
Walanuenue St., near Pitman
Call and oxamino our stock
Ilusslu Turns Jews Down.
Washington, D. C, July 1.
The talk of President Roosevelt
transmitting the protest of Jewish
ctiizeus on account of recent Rus
sia massacres has brought out a
diplomatic expression from the
Russian Government that is likely
to deter further action by the Pre
sident. A ''plain intimation has
been made to the State Department
that Russia will refuse to receive
any petitions relative to the ad
ministration of its internal affairs.
South Carolina's "Kcd Hones."
Have you ever heard of a class
of people called "red bones?" said
Lewis Marshall of Charleston, S. C,
to a Washington Star reporter.
"They are the most peculiar people
in the United States. No one living
absolutely knows the race from
which they sprang or whence the
original settlers came. They live
verv nearly on the boundary line
between South Carolina and Geor
gia, in the north-western part of
the first-named State. They are
very clannish, mix very little with
people not ol tneir race, aim 111 a
manner arc quite thrifty. I am of
the opinion that they are descend
ants of the Basques of Southern
France. They do not lack courage,
for a company of them served in
Hampton's legion during the late
Civil War, and bore themselves
bravely at the first Manassas.
Their skin is of a swarthy red, re
sembling that of the Indian, but at
that point all resemblance ceases,
except it be that they are very hot
of temper. I have often wondered
why the ethnologists of this coun
try have not studied these people.
Surely a monograph on them would
be highly interesting."
f m -
Xoblcs Want to right.
Vancouver, June 30. Yokoha
ma advices state that the newspa
pers are resentful of the Govern
ment's cautions attitude. The no
bles have petitioned the cabinet ad
vising a declaration of war against
Russia. The Japanese people are
Warships at Port Arthur.
Tientsin, China, June 30. Great
activity is shown in the naval forces
of Russia in Oriental waters. Fifty
seven Russian warships have been
assembled at Port Arthur ready for
Wedu'sd'y P. M.
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar... Papaikou ar
ar Pepeekeo ar
ar iloiiomu ar
ar llakalau lv
ar iiouoiiiua ar
ar Waikamalo ar
ar l'apaalon ar
ar Laupahoehoe ...lv
lv Laupahoehoe ar
ar Ookala ar
ar Kukatau ar
ar P.iaullo ar
ar Ilouokaa ar
lv Ilouokaa ar
ar Kukuihaele ar
ar... . Waitnea (Kamuela) ar
ar Kawniline lv
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When the weather Is loo rough for the Kiuau to laud at Laupahoehoe 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 Ilouokaa will he held tocouuect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauna Loa in Honunpo 011 Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. 111., and
the Ilouokaa stage is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mall, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRICHT, Manager.
f TUC A DTICTIP TAII fD
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
call on or write
li. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
111 15 MttrcuantH ExcUuiiK"
SAN FHANCIIOO CAL.
The Grippe. This can be avoided
by taking teaspoonful doses of
Pain-Kii.lkk in hot water sweet
ened, as well as by external appli
cations, full directions are on each
bottle. A bottle of Pain-Killer
kept in the house will prove valu
able not only for the Grippe, but
1 for ordinary coughs and colds.
Avoid substitutes, there is but one
Paiu-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price
!2;c. and soc. For sale by Hilo
' Drug Company,
Not a Minuth 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. Kvery house
hold should have n bottle at hand.
Get it today. It may save a life.
The Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
Latest In Spring Suitings and Trousorings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will he found
exclusively at Leluuauu's.
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
HILO WINE AND
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
in cases and bulk
in cases and bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
Tklwhonb 90. Fkont Stuwkt, Nkar Church.