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THK WEEKLY HII.O TRDMN'H, HIM), HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1903.
r3 ! Am you easily tlrcil? Is your work
a burden? Do you oucn 1001 wcan
nnd faint" 1 your appetlto poor?
Aro you easily discouraged" Tlion
your nervon aro w.ik and your blood
Impure. Sickness is not far away.
giiinimmnimmiiinifflffli jj0 Strength
J. D. KtNNbUY I
I JEWELRY I
j Elegant Line of
I New Gut Glass
5E Pine Wotcli nuil Clock Repair
s' lug Solicited.
SZ: Satisfaction Ounrnutccd.
SPRECKELS' BLOCK Eg1
2 Pront Street, Ililo. ;
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
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Colony, South A fill , mniN IiIh i4iotoi;rnli
ml tliU letter
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l'or all tlioKO wlio nrn ui'mlliiteil an
privit tlolitlitv. ISntltil
wllKMOUKiKiy urinal 1111 oui 01 my iriiuun'f
The Fiuest of
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. Klug ami Pront Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
weakened by tlie Ion, lint Minunera ot on
country, tlicro li tin remeiljr equal to till
grand family tnotUclno."
Thcro aro m.iny tmlutlnn " flarsipixrllbi.
llo sure- ynu Kit Ajor'rf,
Always keen your liowols In pooil condition
with Avcr's l'llls. Tlioy nroiutcyecetable.
ocas, sick headache, unil all liver troubles.
Prcpired by Dr. J. C. A) er A Co.. Lowtll, Mm, U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, comer
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
At Moderate Prices,
Mixivp and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
C. Baddnky, Prop.
j bottled and
" and Whiskies
Beer, 10c a Glass
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawhctry, etc., etc.
Nhuod I. Camhiia. Mok.
Wnlanuenue St., near Pitman
Cull and oxamine our stock
Knllroml to Connect Russia nnd the
San Francisco, July 9. "Two
years will be all that is necessary to
complete the tunneling of Bering
Straits nnd within six years the
railroad that will connect the two
great hemispheres will be in full
L,oicq de Lobcl, the Fiench
geographer, who has formulated
j extravagant plans for belting the
globe with steel rnils ntid foresees
the realization of his gigantic
f i. 1. ; 1.. -... i.A
scucme, which involves u iuiuu ul
ueath the waters that separate the
Siberian and Alaskan shores, was
in n most sanguine mood when
seen yesterday in his apartments at
the Palace. Other than in a general
way he had little to add to what
was told iu yesterday's Call of his
1 great project, which, in fact, has as
its most enterprising and interest
ing feature the proposed tunnel
under the Straits of Bering, a dis
tance of thirty-seven miles, which
I he does not regard as a very diffi
cult task or one that will involve a
period of labor of more than two
It is mainly to the ingenuity of
American engineers that De Iobel
looks for the solution of the problem
as to which will be the best means
of carrying out his plans in so far
as they apply to the Bering Straits
portion of his undertaking. The
American, he argues, is capable of
accomplishing the work which may
have been pleased to refer to as a
difficult feat, but which he regards
as being no more diffcult that the
construction of a great tunnel be
neath the channel from Dover to
Calais, a proposition which has been
pronounced perfectly feasible.
In discussing this subject yester
day De I,obel said:
. We propose to have a large and
airy tunnel, poss bly two and, if
necessary three. The distance to
undei mine is thirty-seven miles and
we have thoroughly acquainted our
selves with the condition of the bot
tom of the waters under which we
intend to operate. It is of a granite
formation and iiist the sort that
will best serve our purposes, in that
It will be a safeguard against leak
age and most formidable in resist
ing the great pressure that will have
to be contented with. The larger
of the two Diomcde islands will be
used probably for a compressed air
station and repair shops. We have
taken soundings of the entire
breadth of the stjaits and find that
the average depth of the water is
150 feet. With these facts before
us, our engineers have estimated
that it will cost in the neighbor
hood of '$65,000,000 to build the
tunnels and their connections.
Referring to his maps, De l,obel
showed where it was purposed to
enter into traffic arrangements with
the- transcontinental lines of the
United States for the transportation
' of passengers across the country
j from New York to San Francisco
and the northward to Seattle, from
whence his own company will build
still further northward to Bering
Straits, by way of Juneau, penetrat
ing the various rich mineral dis
tricts of the northern possession,
which he figures will in ten years'
time be thickly populated and be
yielding enormous quantities of tin,
gold, copper and other metals and
eventually developing into one of
the greatest agricultural places in
the world. From the eastern term
inus of the Trans-Siberian road at
Irkootsk, on the one side, to the
coast, northward at a point directly
opposite the point on the Alaskan
shore where the tunnel is to begin,
the company in which De Lobel is
interested purposes to also build a
road and he says that an under
standing has already been had with
the Russian officials that the Sibe
rian road will be joined in the all
rail project, with a view of develop
ing the eastern country of the
if! Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
eastward from Irkootsk, with
view of completing the three under
takings about the same time
plans for the entire work call for an I TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
expenditure of about $200,000,000 I This is the only line of stages making regularities between Knu ami Hilo and
and of this amount we have already glJ-mS&lSSiu, Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo at
uccn guaranteed nearly 50,000,- , 7:00 a. in. arc lamictl in ciiner l'anaia or nouuapo me same vcniiig.
KMPBiSft m. . M
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
call on or write
li. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
lll-f-5 Stercbuiiti KxelmUKU
SAN FRANCISCO . CAL.
TO KXl'KND MILLIONS.
Of these plans De I.obel said
Simultaneously with the begin
ning of the construction work on
the proposed road from Seattle
northwnrd to the strait, we will be
gin the undermining of the strait
and the laying of our rails north-
000 iu France. Our company there
is composed of some of the most
representative men in that country.
In Russia, where the principle of
the project has already been ap
proved by the Minister of Finance
and his guaranty of ample conces
sions made, wc have assurance from
the greatest of men of finance of
liberal support. All that is needed
now is to co-operation of American
canital. Contain I. T. Ilcalcy of
the North American Transporta
tion Company, who is working with
me in this country, and to whom I
am indebted for much assistance
in the securing of data regarding
the conditions of the country
through which we arc to build on
this coast, has nlrcady interested
evcral wealthy and influential men
in the Hast in the project, and I
have reason to believe that among
them is John D. Rockefeller.
We hope to have an American
company organized within a year
by which time our report, now on
its way to St. Petersburg, will have
been passed upon by the Czar's
officials and as soon as the Russian
Government gives the word, the
companies organized in Etiropi will
be merged into the American corpo
ration and the directors of the latter,
representing the capital of all the
countries that contribute, will be
asked to select a man of the United
States to accept the presidecy of the
concern. It has been our under
standing with the Russian officials
that the work should be undertaken
by an American company and that
the president of the latter shall be
With the road and tunnel com
pleted and the numerous traffic ar-l
rangenients with other roads of the
United States and Europe effected,
De Lobel declares that the people
of the world will be afforded an all
rail route from New York to Paris,
a distaiice that will be traversed in
the most comfortable and modern
trains inside of seventeen days. De.
Iobel says the development of the
Territory of Alaska will in the end
repay the amount expended in the
construction of the Trans-Alaskan-Siberiau
Railway and bring to its
builders an enormous revenue from
the sale of the lands for mineral
and agricultural purposes.
Mark of the Poker Player.
"That man is a poker player,"
said the elevated road ticket seller
after he had pushed a bit of paste
board through the window to a
hurried man carrying a suit case.'
1 "There's a great deal to be learned
from the way a passenger lays
down his fair. Take that chap who
just dropped this ticket into the
chopper's box. He paid for one
ticket with a quarter, getting four
nickels in change. The thing that
gave him away was the way he
laid down his coin. The average
man slaps liisjiickle down and lets
it lie. This man held his nickle
curved in the first joint of his finger
and tossed it gently toward me
across the counter with 'reverse
English tUe trick of the poker
player who can flip a coin upon the
table and make it settle to the frac
tion of an inch. He didn't take
the nickel that way intentionally.
It's simply a habit." New York
Japan Wants Help.
Loudon, July 21. Japan is urg
ing Great Britain to join her iu an
energetic demand upon Russia for
the opening of at least six Man
Dvsknticrv causes the death of
more people than -smallpox aud
yellow fever combined. In an army
it is dreaded uiore than a battle.
It requires prompt and effective
treatment. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera, and Diarrhoea Remedy
has been used in nine epidemics of
dysentery iu the United States with
perfect success, and has cured the
most malignant cases both of chil
dren aud adults, and under the
most trying conditions. Every
household should have a bottle at
hand. Get it today. It may save
Through connections with the steamers Kinnu and Manna Loa nrc made both on
arrival ami departure.
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
2 S g
2 5.S b
w o n n
r C . 1 " M
a rt 5
H tl O
a a a
a t- C
rr ID rt
(lv.. Volcano Stablcs..ar
lv Walakca ar
Ililo R. R, Depot.
ar Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House, ,....lv
lv Volcano House nrl
ar Hilca ar 9:30
ar Honuapo Iv tt
Coutietlg with M Lo . On arrival of Manna I.o.i.
TIME TABLE OF 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
Wedn'bd'y P. M.
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar Papaikou ar
ar Pepeekco ar
ar Houomu ar
ar llakalau lv
ar Houohiua ar
ar Waikamalo ar
ar Papaaloa ar
ar Laupnhoehoe lv
lv Laupalioclioe ar
ur Ookala ar
ar Kukaiau ar
ar Paauilo ar
ar Houokaa ar
lv Houokaa ar
ar Kiikuihaelc ar
i i e
s O a
(A 2 Q
JS rt o
a j'3 g
w aj c
- g So
O ow 5
When the weather Is too rough for the Kiuau to land 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 Houokaa will be held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Manna Loa iu Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and
the Houokaa stage is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter aud passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
o. TJSttJXLJj&Js: i
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy 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 Lchuiaun's.
Call and Look at the Goods
HILO WINE AtlD
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
Amorlcan Whlskoy ,
in cases and bulk
in cases ami bulk
Holland Gins', Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
a life. The Hilo Drug Co. sells it. Tklkphonu 90.
Front Strkht, Nkar Church