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THK WUKKLY HILO TIUBUNK. HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUGUST 28, 190.1.
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WOHl.l KAMI FACTS.
lu Coinirrlloii AV Hit
The International Association of
will meet nt the
Front Street, Hllo.
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Thlu blood always makei trouble
.. lkAtilntlnii la ii,f tlIMP Villi
lmvo cold hands and foot. Your
and discouraged. Your stotnacb Is Cucifs of Police
bad, you liavo Indigestion and sick World's Fair St I nuts lune
and you can hardly drag nhotit tho . 1904, nnd continue in session four
houso. Hut thuro Is n prompt euro. ,i-v
A collection of Alaskan wild ntii
' mats will be exhibited at the
World's Fair. A pair of each of
the land and water birds, and one
family each of polar bears, moose,
mountain sheep and mountain goats
will be included in the display,
A feature of the Kansas exhibit
at the World's Fair will be a big
Indian made out of corn. It will
be designed by C. H. Kassamaun,
of Atchison, and will occupy 0 prom
inent place in the centre of the
lift tMLty .$: '&tt52k5gJ ,
Mm. M. Arrlior.iir Iloliart, Tasmania, euds
the Hxpositiou City at that time
and others are expected to do the
same. Many foreign journalists
will be present and it is altogether
nrobable that the number of news-
paper men who will visit St. o.usl1";;,--;;
111 me cany spring win reacu sever
al thousand. Charles D. Dcnit, of
the Virginia Press Association,
writes that that organization has !
unanimously decided to make a pil
grimage to St. Louis in May. A.
W. Glessener, of the Inland Daily
Press Association, says that the
same is true of this association, of
which he is president.
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only tine of singes making regularltrips between Kuti nnd Uiloaud
rnnle Tuesday lKissenucrs or express leaUng Hilo at
1:00 a. in. arc landed in either I'aluila or Honnapo tlie same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kinmi and Manna I.oa are made both on
arrival and departure.
FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
Nevada will exhibit at the World's s g
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was no poor tiutinv iinBir cro com una ,ouues uispiay in me agriculture
liltionlltlmtliuc. I'lost all cii.rey nd was l ... ,. ,. .
aliwut llfclrss. IlutAer'itSiriuurllla soon millUlllg.
rcntorni ltallty H my whole yMm. It
imrltli'il iiiv lilixiil ami maili' It rich anil
lioaltliv I 1hIIi'i' It Is ttio greatest luedlciuo
in tlic world for tlie blood,"
Enterprise Lager Beerj Sarsaparilla
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
There are many Imitation " 8araiiirlll.'
Ilo sure jou got Aycr.
To Ret the licst results from Aycr's Sarsa
arllla your IkiwcIs must be In Rood condi
tion. Aycr's Mill cur constipation.
Prcpirtd by Dr. J.C. Ajtr A Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in. Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Dkinks j
Concocted by .
Honolulu Prlmo Beer
Rainier Beer ,
Ten Cents a Class
SPEND YOUR VACATION
Othora aro doing so and
find tho climatic change
oqual to a trip to Alaska
RATES, $4.00 PER DAY
Special Rates by Wook
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
C. Uiiddaky, Prop.
Beer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamlno our stock
If you want to
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.liiywhere at anytime
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li. C. Hake's Advertising Agency
ill 1 .1 .Mnn liuntH KicIiiuikii
SAN FRANCISCO CAL.
The Att Buildings, .in view of
tlie permanency of the central struc
ture, are considered by some to
have been the most rapidly con
structed of any of the main Hxpo
sitiou buildings. It is now assured
that it will be completed on the
! date desired.
' Moose horns, measuring sixty
eight and a half inches from tip to
tip, and with a convex measure
ment of eighty-three and a quarter
inches, will be exhibited at the
World's Fair in Alaska's display.
The set is believed to be the most
perfect in the world, and are owned
by W. E. Carlin and William Crum,
Oregon's building at the World's
Fair will be-a huge wigwam, 180
feet high. It will be primarily an
exhibit of the lumber resources of
the State, and will be constructed
of trees 200 feet long, crossing 180
feet above the ground, after the
manner of the primitive houses of
the American Indians. The struc
ture will occupy on the State pla
teau an area of 50x100 feet, and
will cost $10,000.
A model theater will be a feature
of the dramatic display at the
World's Fair. Chas. B. Dilling
ham, Chief of the Dramatic Depart
ment, is the inventor. In this the
ater everything will run by elec-
tricty. Waits between acts will be
reduced to a minimum. Ihere
will be two stages, so that while
one scene is being exhibited an
other may be arranged on the other
The Hmperor and Empress Dow
ager of China have appointed
Prince Puliin to act as their special
representative at the World's Fair.
The Prince is a young man, and a
nephew of the Emperor. He will
come attended by a large retiuue,
and will make an extended tour of
I the country. This will be the first
j time that a member of the royal
I family of China has visited the
1 United States.
A skeleton of a whale seventy
eight feet long will be an attraction
of the Government scieutfic exhibit
j at the World's Fair. The whale
j was canght recently off the south
j coast of New Foundland by a party
of scientists from the Smithsonian
Institution at Washington. The
specimen is of the sulpha bottom
variety, with a head twenty feet in
length, and the greatest height of
body eleven feet. A plaster cast
will be made in Washington, and
this placed side by side at the
World's Fair with articulated skel
ton, making the first exhibit which
has ever been prepared in this way.
Electric launches, large electric
barges, Venetian gondoliers and a
large number of other small craft
will carry visitors over the two
miles of waterway during the
World's Fair. The electric laun
ches and barges will ply along a
regular course, carrying passengers
between stations the same as the
intramural railroad. Boat landing
will be supplyed in various parts of
the grounds. A feature of the water
craft will be a fleet of boats of all
nations, including the houseboat of
China, the Balso of India, the out
riggers of the South Sea Islanders,
the surf boats of Hawaii, the canoes
and dug-outs of tlie American In
dian and the catamaran of Australia.
Next May St. Louis will be an
editorial Mecca. A number of State
press associations have already vot-
Fair her State mineral cabinet,
which cost $70,000. Several pri
vate cabinets will also accompany
it. One at Buffalo represents the
minerals of the different countries
of the world, and embraces 3,800
specimens. It cost $22,000. It is
estimated that the cost of Nevada's
participation in the Fair will reach
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Oldest Trlho In the World.
The Ainu live in the most primi
tive manner possible. They have
adopted the dress of the Japanese,
but the houses are very unlike any
seen in Japan. They are made of
rice straw, roofed with a thatching
of reeds. How the natives ever
survive the winter is difficult to
understand. In the center of the
room is the fireplace, from which
the smoke floats out into the room,
at times becoming almost suffocat
ing. An opening in the roof is sup
posed to serve as an outlet, but the
smoke does not always find it. Over
the fire hangs a huge iron kettle
and into it arc thrust all sorts of
fish, animal and vegetable food, to
be dished up later in a sort of com
posite chowder. Around two sides
of the room is a slightly raised
platform, upon which the family
range themselves for the night,
without bedding of any sort in sum
mer, and only a scanty supply in
During the winter, the favorite
pastime of the Ainu is hunting, the
prize find being a bear cub. This
is never killed, but the mother be
ing disposed of, the cub is captured
alive and carried home amid great
rejoicings. A place ot anode lor
the cub is erected near the family
hut, and every attention is bestowed
As a race the Ainu are sturdy in
appearance, but are peaceable and
not given to war like the Japanese.
The marked feature of the men is a
hairy growth upon the entire body,
like that upon a wild animal. A
creepy sensation takes possession
of one looking upon these walking,
talking creatures, so intelligent and
yet presenting somewhat the out
ward appearance of gigantic mon
keys. The women have the same large
heavy features as the men. They
are generally disfigured by an
ancient custom of tattooing a large
portion of the face around tlie
mouth, the upper part of which
takes the form of a mustache. It
fignifies nothing whatever except a
badge of distinction for the race.
The process of tattooing is long
and painful. When a girl is about
two years old the mother begins!
operations on the lower lip and by
degrees covers the space of two j
inches on each side of the mouth.
As the child' grows this increases
in size until it extends half way
across the face toward the ear. 1
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1 Hilo K. K. Depot.
ur Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House iirl
ar Hilen nr
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"Connecting with Mnunn I.oa.
TIME TABLE OF
UOu arrival of Mauun I.oa.
STEAMER MAUN A LOA:
Thursday Aug. 13
Sunday ." Aur. 23
Thursday Sept. 3
Time Tabic of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
lv Volcano Stables arl
ur l'apaikou ar
nr rcpccKeo nr
ar Ilouoniu nr
ar Hakalnu lv
nr Houohinn nr
ar Wnikniunlo nr
ar I'npnaloa ar
ar I.nupahoehoe lv
lv Laupatioehoc ar
ur (Joknla ar
nr Kukalau nr
ar l'nnuilo nr
nr Houokan nr
lv llonokan nr
nr Kukuihaele nr
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When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to lnnd at I.ntipnhochoe "Wednesday
the leaving time of stage fiom Hiloitichnngedto4:co!i.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from I.nupnhochoc to Houokaa will be held toconnect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Maun a I.o.i in Honunpo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehou from Hilo is changed to 10:00 n. m., nnd
the Houokaa stage is held at I.nupahoehoc to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mnil, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Managor.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce n gnrmeut upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest In Spring Suitings and Trousorings
Are now arriving. Nearly nil the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Iehmuiiu'.s.
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
ed to hold their annual meetings in
The preparation used in tattooing
is made by the women trom ash
bark. This is soaked for some j
days, and when ready to use soot,
produced by burning birch bark is
added to the liquid and the concoc
tion is applied to the surface of the
skin. The lips arc scratched with I
a sharp instrument, more of the
fluid applied and from time to time,
ns the irritation ceases, the work is
continued. In olden times other
marks were added as the girls be
came wives or mothers, but these
are now seen only on the very old.
C1101.KKA Infantum should be
guarded against, and prevented by ,
treating the child at the first tin-1
usual looseness of the bowels.
Mothers can not be too careful 1
about this, especially in hot weather.
They sliould have medicine ready
for such an emergency. No better
remedy is prepared than Chamber
Iain's Cplic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy. Kvery household should
have a bottle at hand. Get it to
day. It may save a life. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
WZ W " I RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS B
lw m I ACENTS, HONOLULU I
...All kinds of...
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. i
. R. H. PI5ASH, President
San Francisco, Cnl., U. S. A.
NoTlCH Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Mutsou Line"
will be responsible for .nnv debts con
tracted by the crew. K. ' I GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
Koa Lumber in small and large ipiuuti.
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, an
wanted. Repairs made on any
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinet Shop.
Apply to JOSH O. SHRRAO.