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Till-: WKUKLY IIII.0 TKIMINlt, HILO. HAWAII, FRIDAY. SKI'TKMHUlt 4, 1903.
1 J. D. KENNEDY 1
1 CLOCKS 1'
j Klegnnt Line of ZZS
I New Gut Glass I
S Pine Wntcli ond Clock Repair- j
sr: iujj solicited
5 Satisfaction Gnnrnntecd 3
S Front Street. Hilo. 3
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
1 "I Roughed It"
Many of in havo to work lianlall day
long. Wo cannot caro for oursolvos as
wo would. No wotidor our blood gots
out of order, becomes thin and Impure.
This product) boils, eruptions, nervous
noss, indigestion, mid great weakness.
ltOOhKVi:i.rS SKKMON. of the social system. Our whol
effort slionld he toward securing a
TnlU to Catholic Youth on Clean cotbinntion of the strong qualities
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virtues in the hreast of every good
citizen. I expect you to he strong.
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c liato fill pliotn,rapli anil letter from
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ver' Si'mii rill:, taki 1 I111M ot tun tt 1
tin.- '.n-tej t n lil.)il uut ..ml lull. Is
.The Finest of
I Wines, and
At Moderate Prices.
'llieie are many Imitation ' Sarsaparlllas."
llu sure )uu get Aycr'a.
Take Ayor'a l'llls with tlio Saraaparllla.
Tlicy aid In purifying tlio Mood.; and ttiey
ture conciliation and ullloutncsa.
PrcptrcJ by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mui., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
J. S. Canario,
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Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
. Open from 5 A M. to n P.M.
At Moderate Price;.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
SPEND YOUR VACATION
Others aro doing so and
find tho climatic change
oqual to a trip to Alaska
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ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
Oyster Hay, N. Y., Aug. 16.
President Roosevelt delivered the
principal address at the quarterly
the Society of the Holy
Brooklyn nud Long Island,
t held here today. Decency of
speech and conduct constituted the
theme of his address, which was
enthusiastically applauded by an
audience ot more than 2,000 per
sons, chiefly men.
During the afternoon special
trains brought hundreds of mem
bers of the society to Oyster Bay
from Brooklyn and Western Long
Island. Threatening weather kept
many away, but although a light
rain fell during the exercises the
crowd remained banked about the
flag decked stand on a beautiful
hill opposite St. Dominic's Catholic
Church. As President Roosevelt
drove up to the stand in n closed
carriage, accompanied by Captain
W. II. Hronsou, superintendent of
the Naval Academy, Secretary
Hames and a representative of the
society, he was accorded an enthus
iastic reception, a baud meanwhile
playing "Hail to the Chief." .
After the audience had sung
"America" Father Power, rector
St. Dominic's, introduced the Pres
ident in a felicitous speech in which
he spoke of the esteem in which
Mr. Roosevelt is held by the Cath
olics.of this country. When Presi
dent Roosevelt rose he was greeted
with prolonged cheers, and it was a
full minute before he was able to
proceed. He said:
"Very Reverend Dean, Reverend
Clergy and you of the Holy Name
Society: I count myself fortunate
in ha ing the chance to say a word
to you today, and at the outset let
me, Father Power, on behalf ol my
neighbors, your congregation, wel
come you here to Oyster Bay. I
have a partial right to join in that
welcome myself, for it was my good
fortune, in the days of Father Pow
er's predecessor, Father Belford, to
be the first man to put down a
small contribution for the erection
of the church here. I am particu
larly glad to see such a society as
this flourishing, as your society has
flourished, because the future wel
fare of our Nation depends upon
the way iu which we can combine
in our men, in our young men, de
cency and strength. Just this
morning, when attending service
on the great battle ship Kearsarge,
I listened to a sermon addresed to
the officers and enlisted men of the
Navy, in which the central thought
was that each American must be a
good man or he could not be a good
citizen. And one of the things
dwelt upon in that sermon was the
fact that a man must be clean of
mouth as well as clean of life must
show by his words as well as by
his actions his fealty to the Deity
and the Savior if he is to be what
we have a right to expect of men
wearing the national uniform.
"We have good scriptural author
ity for the statement that it is not
what comes into a man's mouth,
but what goes out of it, that counts.
I am not addressing weaklings, or
I should not take the trouble to
come here. I am addressing strong,
vigorous men, who are engaged in
l the active hard work of life, and
life to be worth living must be a
' life of activity and hard work. I
am speaking to men engaged iu the
j hard, active work of life, and, there
1 fore, men who will count for good
1 or for evil; and it is particularly
incumbent upon you who have
and "Whiskies strenKtl1 lo sct a risllt ejcami)le to
others. I ask you to remember
I that you cannot retain your self-
respect if you are loose and foul of
tongue; that a man who is to lead
a clean and honorable life must in
evitably suffer in his speech like
wise is not clean ami nonorahie.
livery man here knows the tempta
tions that beset all of us iu this
world. At times any man may
slip. I do not expect perfection,
but I do expect genuine and sincere
:' Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of singe making reulHrjtrip Iwtwceu Kitu nud Hilo and
Unking iu the Votumo of Kihuieu.
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would not respect you if you were 7:00 n. m. are landed iu either Pahnla or Hommixi the wine evening.
I do not want to see Chris-I Through connection with the steituiert kiimu ami Mhuiiii Ltm are made both on
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class Hue of
always on hand.
tiauity professed only by weaklings!
I want to see it a moving spirit
among men of strength. I do not
expect you to lose one particle of
your strength or courage by being
decent. On the contrary, I would
hope .to see each man who is n
member of this society, from his
membership iu it become all the
fitter to do the rough work of the
! world; all the litter to work iu time
of peace, and if, which may Heaven
forbid, war should come, all the
fitter to fight iu time of war. I de
sire to see iu this country the decent
men strong and the strong men de
cent, and until we get the combina
tion iu pretty good shape we are
not going to be by nny means as
successful as we should be.
"There is always a tendency
among very strong men and among
boys who are not quite young men
as yet to thing that to be wicked is
rather Miiart, to show that they are
men. Oh, how often you see some
young fellow who boasts that he is
going to see life, meaning by that
that he is going to see that part of
life which is a thousand-fold better
if it remains unseen. I ask that
every man here constitute himself
his brother's keeper by setting an
example to that young brother
which will prevent him from get
ting such false estimates of life as
that. Kxample is the most potent
of all things. If any one of you,
iu the presence of younger boys,
especially the younger people of
your own family, misbehave your
self, if you use coarse and blasphe
mous language before them, you
can be sure that these younger peo
ple will follow your example and
note your precept. It is no use to
pieach to them if you do not act
decently yourself. You have got
to feel that the most effective way
iu which you can preach is by your
practice. Just as I was driving up
here a friend who was with us said
that in his experience the boy who
went out into life with a foul
tongue was apt to go because his
kinsfolk, at least his intimate asso
ciates themselves, had a foul
tongue. But while the life in the
family cannot do everything, while
the associations of friendship can
not do everything, still the friends,
the father, the elder brothers, can
do most toward seeing the boys as
they become men become clean and
irrivnl nud tlcxirlure.
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Unilro.-ut and Vol en no Stages :
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C. Baddaky, Prop,
Reer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamino our stock
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iv uniakoti ar
I Hilo H
ar Pnltaln Iv 1030
Iv Volcano House nr
Connecting with Mnunu I.tu. JJOn arrival of Manna J,o.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Sept. 3 Sunday Sept.
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
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nr P.tpaikou nr
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When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to land at I.aupahoehoe Wednesday
cleaving time of stnge from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, nud
e Wednesday stage from I.aupahoehoe to Houokaa will be held to connect with it.
On Momlnys following the arrival oi the Miiunn I.oa iu Honunpo on Sundays, thu
leaving time of the stnge for I.aup.ilioehoe from Hilo is chnnged to 10:00 n. m nud
the Houokna stnge is held at I.aup.ilioehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
(cuius ol Youth.
Almost everything that is great
has been done by youth. For life
iu general there is but one decree.
Youth is a blunder; manhood a
struggle; old age a regret. Do not
suppose that I hold that youth is
genius; all that is genius wheiir
young is divine. Why, the great-1
est captains of ancient and modern '
times both conquered Italy at ,
twenty-five! Youth, extreme youth,
overthrew the Persian empire. Don ,
John of Austria won I.epanto at 1
twenty-five the greatest battle of
modem times. Had it not been for
the jealousy of Philip the next year
he would have been Kmperor of
Mauritania. Gaston de Foix was
only twenty-two when he stood a
victor on the plain ol Ravenna.
Kvery one remembers Coude nud
Rocroy at the same age. Gustavus
Adolphus died at thirty-eight.
Look at his captains that wonder
ful Duke of Weimar, only thirty-1
six when he died; Banus himsell,
after all his miracles, died at forty-
five; Cortes was little more than
thirty when he gazed upon the
golden cupolas at Mexico. Then
there is Nelson and Clive but
these are warriors, and perhaps you J
1 may think there are greater things I
than war. I do not; I worship the ,
Lord of Hosts. 'But take the most
illustrious achievements of civil
prudence. Innocent III., the great-!
Will produce a garment upon order that will s.itisfv the most
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est of the Pones, was the dei)ot of
being decent and Christendom at thirty-seven. I.u-
cleanly iu thought, in word and ther robbed even him of his richest
in tlccd I province at thirty-five. Take Igna-
"As I said at the outset, I shall ' tins Loyola anil John Wesley; they
, , , , . . . : worked with young brains. Pascal
hail the work of this society t,s typ-. wrot0 grcnl work nt sjxtCen-.the
ifying one of these forces which greatest of Freuchincn and died nt
tend to the betterment and uplifting j thirty-seven D, Israeli.
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will be responsible for nnv debts con
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Puriiiture made to order,
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Apply to JOSH C. SHRRAO,