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I CLOCKS I
I JEWELRY I
S KlenM I.iuc of 3
I New Gut Glass
S Fine Watch nuil Clock Kcpair- 3
S ing Solicited. j
S Satisfaction Guaranteed -
E SPRECKELS' BLOCK 3
S Front Street, Hilo. S
Mill Ailwillse Tor l.nliitr hi Korea
Honolulu, Aug. 15. Korea, the
Azores tiiul l'or.tugal are to be drawn
upon for labor in Hawaiian cane
fields. T. 1 Lansing, the new im
migration commissioner, is prepar
ing advertising matter which may
induce a hegira from these coun
tries to Hawaii.
"I do not quite understand what
my duties are to be, excepting to
encourage immigration and tourist
traffic," said Mr. Lansing yester
FOU ST. MHJIS.
.Inri'il (I. Smith Wauls Coop
of People. 1
Jared G. Smith, special agent in
- 'Volcano Stables & Trans, Go.
charge of the Hawaiian Kxpcriincnt tnfcluK in Hit- Volcano or Kilanei
b . i On I hursday and eery alter
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
Tills is the only line of singes milking regti1ar2tii between Kmi and Hilo and
TiipaiIiiv IKlittLf'liiH'r. nr vfirttMi iMnvinir Itltn nl
Station, 1ms issued the following , "?:ooa. in. are landed iu either Pallida or 11oiiiiiihi Hie mini' evening.
nirnnlnr. I Through connections with the steamers Kiuau and Milium I,on are made lioth on
c,rcn,nr' I .irrival and departure.
Honolulu, Haw., July 30, 1003. 1- -
Dear Sir:-Kugwing that you are' STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
deeply interested in Hawaii's ex-1 Viu im k"llro", m"1 V,,,cu" Su"M : ,
IIIUII 111 II1U Ol. 1IIUI3 C& IU1IIIUU 1 . ffi o la otl,
5 c .: s .
at the bt. Louis exposition
and that you will be desirous of
making it as completely represent.'!
live of our industries as possible, lr3 .3 " .3
we take the liberty of asking your 1 a 0,5 S
cooperation with us in the prepara-1 B g
The tourist bureau will takcl'" of the agricultural collection. .
Sir. IlnlxTt Vrnus, of t.niiicrnliin, Tan
ln.llil.l, priiils us Ms ilintii;rlili n ml n.ijftt
" I nnnVreil Krtutly fniin loss of appetite,
IiiIIccIoii,p.-iIiis in tho nliMii.irti, weakness,
nml iicnoiisni'M. Scwr.il ituctorii, tried In
Yaln tughoinu relief A frlcml tlieu luiliiceil
me to try A) it's Harsap.irlll.1, fur it bail ilone
lilm much RtKid. 1 ho llrt Imttlo worked
Miimlers for me. Soon my nppetlto cams
I tick, my Indigestion wan nireil, and I was
truii); and heart) "
Enterprise Lager lieu SaPSftp aril la
Oa Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
1 There are many Imitation "SarsaparllUs."
Ho sure jou cct Ajer s.
Keep your Umcls in kooi! condition by uslnj;
A)er' I'lll. They euro constipation, coated
tongue, biliousness, sick headache
considerable of the tourist work off
my shoulders and I shall try to
devote as much attention as possible
to the immigration side of the office.
As I understand it I am to encour
age immigration of labor for agri
cultural purposes. The Federal
statutes forbid the holding out of
any inducements to get laborers to
come. Besides there is no money
for bringing laborers here.
"What I shall probably do is to
prepare an advertisement setting
out just what inducements there
are for agricultural laborers to come
I to the Islands. First there is the
rate of wages paid, which is for a
I steady job the whole year around.
Prtpirtd by Dr.J.C.Artr&Co., Lowell. Mul. U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY: For men with families the advantage
- I in the good schools of the Territory
1 will also be shown. Whether the
I wages are sufficiently enticing to
I bring them here, I do not know,
I but work on the plantationsissteady
I and can be had all the year around,
1 "I think that Korea, the Azores
J and Portugal will be the countries
where I shall first attempt to get
laborers for the Islands. I do not
know how conditions there arc at 1
present. I had thought some also
- . . -.of trying to work in New York,
urniK can ..... .,
Draught Boor IO Conts
We are making duplicate collec-1 p
tions of agricultural products one '
for the United States Department
of Agriculture exhibit and one to
be a part of the general representa
tion of the Territory of Hawaii as
provided for by the recent Act of
You will greatly assist in this
work if you will kindly fill in the
blank spaces on the enclosed sheet
and mail the letter in the enclosed
franked envelope addressed to Mr.
Jared G. Smith.
We ask for anything of an agri
cultural nature which has been pro
duced in these Islands and which is
a good specimen of its kind.
Perishable things will be preserv
ed. While the exhibits will not leave
Honolulu until some time in the
autumn, it is desired to gather in as
many things as possible at once.
Trusting that we may have an
early reply from you, stating what
you have available for this purpose,
and thanking you in advance for
Very truly yours,
JARED G. SMITH.
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J lv.. Volcano Staliles..ar
j lv Waiakea ar I
1 Hilo R. R. Depot, f
nr Aloiiiitaln View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House ar
ar l'aliuli lv
ar Jlilea ar
nr lloiiniipo lv
"CoiintetiiiK with Malum 1, 0.1. JJUn arrival of Mauna I.o.t.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Hoiiuajio I,eaes Ilomi.ipo
Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Aug. 16
SunilayJ Au. 23 Weilnefilay Aug. 26
Thttrsday Sei)t.3 Sunday Sept. 6
Time Talile of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and I'rout Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
When you need a
at the KEYSTONE, comer
, Front and Ponohawai streets.
1 A first class line of
where thousands of immigrants
enter every day. One difficulty
there is that we are liable to get a
poor class of immigrants. I have
talked with some of the members of
the Planters' Association concern
ing the matter, but nothing definite
has yet been done."
Mr. Lansing also received letters
by the last steamer from men in
different parts of the United States
uiiAMi'iox ji:pr vixs.
Plexus Blinv r.iuis
San Francisco, Aug. 14. There
were ten thousand spectators in the
Mechanics Pavilion tonight to see
the Jeffries-Corbett fight. Sixty
thousand dollars were taken at the
door. Jeffries was the favorite with
the crowd, the betting for him be
ing two to one. I he main event
I relative to opportunities in Hawaii, was preceeded by two bouts, the
These were turned over yesterday first preliminary being a draw. In
A. M. A. M.
1 yo 10:00
Wedn'sd'yl P. M.
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar Papaikou ar
ar l'epcekeo ar
ar lloiionni ar
ar Ilakalau lv
:ir Honoluiui ar
ar Waikamalo ar
ar Papaaloa ar
ar Latipahoclioe lv
lv I.aupalioehoc ..ar
ar Uokala ar
ar ... Kukaiau ar
ar Paauilo ar
ar Houokaa ar
lv Houokaa ar
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When the weather is too rouh for the Kinau to land at I.aupahoeltoe Wednesday
e leavini; time of statre from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morniuir.and
the Wednesday stae from Latipahoclioe to Houokaa will he held to connect with it.
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morniuKiand
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauna I.o.i in Honuapo on Suudavs, the
alwaj'S on hand.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks i
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
C. Hnddaky, Prop.
to Secretary 1. M. Uoyd of the
Tourist Promotion Committee. One
letter received by Commissioner
Lansing is from an Anaconda, Mon
tana, machinist who would like to
settle here. He wants to know
about the demand for skilled labor-
nd also says that he has $2,000
hich he intends to invest in a
home in the Islands.
i Another letter is from a farmer
. latOlympia, Washington. He is
anxious to find out about the pros
pects for truck farming and fruit
growing in the Islands. Still
another letter was received from a
Syracuse, New York, dairyman,
who is anxious to engage in the
same industry in Hawaii. Another
letter is trotn a Memphis, Tenii.,
man who is anxious to get employ
ment here. He is a grocerymau
and wants to know what the oppor-1 Jeffries wins.
the second Kvans knocked out Pair
banks. The Jeffries-Corbett fight
by rounds was as follows:
First round Kven sparring.
Second round Lively exchange
of blows, result in favor of Jeffries.
Third round Both men fighting
Fourth round Corbett tired and
Fifth round Jeffries received
Sixth round Corbett down nine
seconds from a blow on the chin.
Seventh round Corbett clinches.
Kighth roiind Corbett's blows
Ninth round Corbett stronger.
Tenth round Corbett thrice
knocked 'down and finally counted
His seconds threw up the sponge.
leaving time of the stage for Laupihoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and
the Houokaa stage is held at Luupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U.S.
Mail, so patrrius may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
f.istldlous wearer of clothes The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving Nearl) nil the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Leliuiatiu's
Call and Look at the Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
J. C. SERRAO,
Utilities arc in that line of trade.
Mr. Lansing says he doesn't
know much about the small farmer
possibilities yet and wants first to
find out what lands there are in the
Islaids which are open to settlement.
SPEND YOUR VACATION
Others are doing so and
find the climatic change
equal to a trip to Alaska
RATES, S4.00 PER DAY
Special Rates by Week
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
1,1 N l)S A Y'S A 1' TO I NT.M IIXT.
Heer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamino our stock
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere .it .ins time
1 .ill on or write
li. C. Dakc's Advertising Agency
III '! MiTi'limit K I11111KK
SAN FHANCIBOO CAL.
Out ml CoiiimlUt't' CrltlclM's (Inv
! Honolulu, Aug. 14. The Star
published yesterday nil article to
1 the effect that Alex. Lindsay, who
has been appointed Second District
Magistrate of this city by Governor
I Dole, had the reconimendutiou of
the Central Committee of the Re
publican party. Nothing could be
further from the truth. His name
has never been brought up before
the committee and his appointment
by Mr. Dole was without any ac
tion on the part of the committee.
Uorbett was kuocKeu out oy a
solar plexus blow, a repetition of
the one he got from iMtzsiiiinions
at Carson City. Jeffries took pun
ishment like a stone wall. He
shows a wonderful improvement i
boxing. Corbett has deteriorated
so much that he is harmless. He
congratulated the victor.
Uelgrade, Aug. 13. The min
istry has resigned because of per
sonal friction between the assassins
and non-assassins who compose it
The discipline of the army has been
sadly shaken by the quarrel. Kin1;
Peter's position is difficult. lie i-
virtually a prisoner of the mililaiy
and it is rumored that he has threat
ened to abdicate.
Cholhka Inkantum should be
guarded against, and prevented by
treating the child at the first tin
ustinl looseness of the bowels.
Mothers can not be too careful
about this, especially in hot weather. RUBBER
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Alley aiiwiiiu iiuvi; iiiuuii:iiiv; iwuwj
Up'. ?! 'lBhfcl?ffi.T ' .Jt?vrctr - rfJnL Jx' '1
In fact, the Governor never has for such an emergency. No better
paid more than passing attention to 1 remedy is prepared than Chamber-
There is not a member of the
1 committee who does not agree that
Mr. Lindsay is a fine man for the
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. Every household should
have a bottle at hand. Get it to
day. It may save n life. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
...All kinds of...
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
H. H. l'JJASK, President
San Francisco, Oil., U. S. A.
IC0.1 1.nniher iu small and large cjunntl
ties; well seasoned.
NoTlCK Neither the .Masters nor
Auent of vesv.'ls of the ".liaison Line"
will be responsible for iiiiv debts con
tracted by the crew. R. 1 UUARI),
Hilo, April 16, 1901, 24.
iler, any style
on any ki
I'lirnltnre made to order,
wanted. Repairs mai
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop,
Apply to JOSH O. SIUUtAO.