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TUB WKEKLY HILO TRIBUNK, HILO. HAWAII, 1MUDAY, SHfTUMUHU 4. 1903.
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AI.I. KINDS Ol' Jl.U'I I.RV
maim: to okdi:r AT
JAS. M. SHAMANS, the well
known watchmaker is to he found
here, and will turn out nil work in
up-to-date manner AM. WOHK
Opposite Peacock & to., HII.O
10 It IIUII.IIl.tH AT FA I It
Incorporated Under the I,ms of the
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITA 1 fjoo.ooo.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
V. I'KCK - l're.iilent.
C. C. KltNNKHY Vlcc-I'rcs.
JOHN T. MOIK..antl Vlcol'ren.
C. A. STOIlIH CaOilcr.
A. It. SUTTON Sectttnry.
J.8. Cnnarlo, John J. CJrace,
'. 8. I.ymoii,
II. V. ratten.
W. It. Bliipmnii.
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgk St. - Hii.0, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St.. Hilo, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
I3ruv Ixcliuiiuc un
Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd.
San 1'kancisco Wells l'argo & Co.llank
Nkw York Wells I'argo & Go's Hank.
London Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co. '
Hongkong and Shanghai Hanking Cor
poration: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo,
Solicits the nccouuts of firms, corpora
tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt
ly and carefully attend to nil business con
nected with hanking entrusted to it.
Sells and purchases Foreign Hxchaugc,
issjes Letters of Credit.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month ot Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Makes Finest Bread.
Fresh Rolls ami Buns
always p hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party Canes
We have added a Stan
Oval and Circle Machine
to our Framing Depart
ment ... Over one hundred
styles of Moulding con
stantly carried in stock
Wall, Nichols Co.
Matson Navigation Go.
The only Direct Line between San l'ran-
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following I'ast Sailers
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
ltiirk St. Catharine,
Hark Amy Tunn'i,
Hurk Murlliii Davis,
Cnpt Saunders j
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tuc CHAS. COUNSELMAN
ud other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each mouth, carrying both Freight
For dates of sailing and terms,
Jno: I). Sprecnels & Bros. Co,
327 Market St., San Francisco.
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
AN KYI'S, HILO.
Stone Mason and Ilrick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
a Specialty. . .
327 Market St., San Francisco.
I R. T. GUARD, Agent,
1 Hilo, Hawaii
LmmisIIIoii AsMicl.lllon Holds
Ilonohtht, Atij;. 27. A meeting
! of the Hxpositiou Association of
'Hawaii was held in the rooms of
jtlie Chamber of Commerce, Hack
'feld Co. building, this afternoon.
There were present the following:
President V. G. Irwin, Secretary
Spencer, Superintendent of Public
Works II. E. Cooper, F. W. Mac
farlnnc, C. M. Cooke, V. O. Smith,
Allen Herbert, A. Gartley, Treas
urer A. N. Kepoikni.
After the regular preliminaries,
Mr. Irwin called on Mr. Cooper to
explain the status of the Associa
tion, since he had been away on the
Mainland and was not acquainted
with what had taken place.
Mr. Cooper stated that after organ
ization the first thing done was the
getting up of an exhibit for the
Osaka fair in Japan. The attention
of the association had next been
turned toward securing an appro
priation from the Legislature for a
building at the St. Louis Exposi
tion. The original amount asked
for was $50,000 and the idea was
to put up a building, but the Legis
lature reduced the amount to 30,
000 and cut out the building part
of the item.
It was thought that the Commis
sioner would be chosen by the
Superintendent of Public Works
but the Governor claimed this as
his prerogative. Mr. Cooper stated
further that in the meantime, he
I had started in on the work and had
tasked various individuals to take
up specials parts. The agricultural
exhibit had been entrusted to Prof.
Higgius, under the direction of
Jared Smith. V. W. Harris was
in charge of the forestries part of
the work, Mr. Shorey was doing
the fishes, Mr. Mnguire the curios
and Mr. Winter the fibres. Mr.
Cooper added that he was counting
on a transportation exhibit which
would show the shipping facilities,
etc., of the Islands.
Early in this month, Mr. Cooper
found the work beyond his physical
capacity and asked the governor to
appoint a commissioner. This had
lie had corresponded with the
St. Louis fair authorities mid had
been considerably disheartened by
their reply, which was to the effect
that enough space in one building
to accommodate the whole of the
exhibit from Hawaii could not be
granted. The exhibit would have
to be split up into sections.
Mr. Cooper then urged that the
association support a proposition of
having a building at the exposition
for the Hawaiian exhibit. He had
heard that the meeting had been
called for the purpose of dissolving
the association. Mr. Cooper ex
pressed the wish that this action be
not takeu. With $10,000 more
added to the $30,000 appropriated
by the Legislature, Hawaii could
have a fine building and a fine ex
hibit. He wished to urge strongly
that an effort be made to secure the
$10,000 from outside sources. If
Hawaii's exhibit were to be parcel
ed out, the whole force of the work
would be lost. In fact, such an
exhibit would amount to nothing
and would simply be a throwing
away of of so much money.
The original cost of the building
as estimated by Architect Trap
hageu was $22,000 but Mr. Cooper
believed the amount could be re
duced to $20,000. With this amount
for the building and the same
amount for the exhibit, Hawaii
would have something she could be
President Irwin said he thought
it would be much better if the
whole matter were to be left in the
hands of Commissioner Macfarlaue
instead of the association. The as-
I he had sent by the last Alameda n
letter to the secretary or the Expo
sition, statiuu that the purposes 01
I the exhibition from Hawaii would
be entirely defeated if it were to be
divided up and placed in different
buildings, lie had signed in his
official capacity as Commissioner
from Hawaii. While admitting the
soundness of Mr. Cooper's argu
ment in favor of a separate building,
still, in case of an emergency, he
believed that .seven-eighths of the
exhibit from Hawaii could be got
in under the agricultural section.
Mr. Cook remarked that the '
papers had made slurring remarks j
about the exhibit at the Osaka Fair.
In the first place, only $3,000 had '
been set aside by the Planters' As
sociation for the purpose and a
great many of the committees had !
failed to do their work. It seemed ,
due to the Association and the ex
ecutive committee that this explaj
nation should be made.
Mr. Cook, continuing, expressed j
some doubt ns to the wisdom of put-'
ting up a building, for there would
not be enough left out of the appro- j
priatiou to prepare anything to put
into it. After the. Fair was over
the building would be torn down
and all the money would be wasted. '
The exhibit would have to be in
the building by November and there
was no time to put up any kind of'
a structure. !
Mr. Cooper replied that there
was ample time, lor the exhibit ,
would not have to.be in place until
April. He intended to see Mr.
Traphageti and find out if the cost
of the building could not be di-,
With reference to disbanding the '
association, Mr Cooper stated that '
his reason for asking that this be ,
not done was that all of the business
organizations in Honolulu were
there represented. With everyone
pulling together, great results could
be achi jvctl
Mr. Cook gave it as his opinion
that the officers should resign. Mr.
Macfarlaue ns Commissioner, was
the head of the whole thing. In
answer to this, Mr. Macfarlaue said
he was only the Governor's representative.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
We have received
In Mack, White and Colors.
WINGS, (JUILLS, Etc.
HUiJiOXS, SILKS and TULLE
For Trimming Purposes
SOFT CHUSll for evening wear
L. TURNER CO.
Mr. Smith said he was a member 1 . .
r . r . N" Ohlandt.
of the educational committee of the , j. c. oiiiamit,
association, one of the committees 1
that had not done anything. He j
had communicated with the Educa
tional Department but had found
them unwilling to do anything
since the time was too short to pre
pare any kind of an exhibit for the
Thereupon, Mr. Smith as treas
urer gave an account of the receipts
and expenditures. Out of the
$3,000 there had been $287.1 1 paid
out and there were $1 11.47 U1 hills
still to be paid. This will leave
$175.64. The accounts were ap
proved and the unpaid bills author-1
ized to be paid. Mr. Smith said 1
that the poinions of Messrs. Cooper j
and Macfarlaue should have con
It was thereupon decided by the
association to take no action in the
matter of disbanding the Associa
tion, and the meeting adjourned.
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126 KING ST. HONOLULU
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Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
HILO, - - - HAWAII
RORERT INNES LILLIE
Kxportcr of Island l'rmluci'.
Iloolis Kent anil Audited.
Room 1, Sjircckflti' lllock, Hilo
v.nrintinn lind linil ixtii.riinri with
..nlnntP-r rnnanlttw. in nt!n I 1)V S0 ll0'"' generally
I with the Osaka fair. Nothing had
been done .
Responding to this remark of the
What is l'ain ltnlnif i
Chamberlain's Pain Halm is a '
liniment and, while adapted to all '
the ordinary uses of a liniment, has j
qualities which distinguish it from
other remedies of this class. I'ain
Balm is especially beneficial for .
rheumatism. Thousands of cases
can be cited in which it has effected
J a cure when the sufferer had pre-1
I viously tried the best medical ser
vice without securing relief. Pain
1 Balm is positively guaranteed to
I give relief in the most severe cases
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Pain Balm heals bruises, burns
and scalds in less time than any
other treatment. It is "antiseptic"
that is, it prevents putrefaction and
unsightly scar remaining after the
injury is healed. For lame back,
lumbago and neuralgia, Pain Balm
127 Market Street.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo StsJ
preMdent, Mr. Macfarlaue expressed ' has uo c1ual- U haf the
the wish that the Imposition Asso- of "getting to the right spot. No
ciatiou might keep intact. He sufferer from these distressing aflec
might get at sea during the course 1 tious should defer a trial of this
lication gives re-
Hilo Drug Co.
"Kv Kci " !- ""K wie tuurse i tious suouiu tieier a
of his work and would need advice rcu,tdy. One applies
and help. It would be comfortable 1 .. r ,., ., ,.,. T
t.i lu nhlfi to fool ili.it he htui nl. uet- iryit. 111C1
to be able to feel that he had al'
ways a body of business men upon
whom he could rely in case of an
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk,
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to he correct.
Kt. Is. GUARI,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
OKDEKS F1LLUI) AT SHOUT N'OTICB.
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.
Continuing, Mr. Macfarlaue said Island subscription $2.50.