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TIM WIJKKLY 1111,0 TRIHUNK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, SKPTKMBttR n, 1903.
America's Greatest Favorite
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Che Pacific Guano
: or Honolulu;
arc the manufacturers of the w 11 known
Fertilizers made to Order
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Is To Be Had at All Dealers
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way Company, 11. C, nutl Sydney, N. S. W., iiml calling fit Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu,
and llrisbane, N. ..; are dtlO at Honolulu on or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B.C.
I'or llrisbane, Q., und Sydney:
MOANA SEPT. 26
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AOKANGI '..NOV. 21 MOAN. ...
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I'or Victoria and Vancouver, II. C:
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BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in 100 hours,
without change. The finest r.ulwuv service in the world.
Through tickets .ssued from Honolulu to Canada, United States nud Europe
I'or freight awl passage, und all general information, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Gen'l Agts.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
III. V. IMIIingluim Talks or Future
Honolulu, Sept. 2. Among the
I passengers from San l;rancisco in
I the Sierra this morning was 11, I.
Dillingham, who lias been absent
from the Territory since June 9 of
fills Vivir. Ilni-tiitr nil tlmt li't.10 li !
was in San Francisco attending to I
various important matters of busi- j
,ness which he went up to attend to. j
I Mr. Dillingham, when seen this
! morning, stated that he had aceoni-1
plished everything he had gone!
after and felt perfectly satisfied with I
his trip. He did not care to go into
details about what he had done. I
Continuing, Mr. Dillingham said:
"I found while on the coast that the
cable men there were very much
pleased with the increase in business
over the wire between San Francisco
and Honolulu. The increase had
been steady from the beginning,
and though growing steadily, the
business was then as good as the
cable people had ever had reason to
"I want to say thnt among the
financiers on the coast confidence is
fast being restored iu Hawaiian se
curities. They feel perfectly confi-
i dent that the islands are now going
ahead. They know the crops are
increasing and that next year we
will have about 450,000 tons as our
output, which is double what it was
in 1898. I had quite a lot of talks
with those men on the coast and I
made them see a great deal ol good
in a country that could double its
exports iu six years.
"People have wondered at our
shortage, but when I put the matter
plainly before the people on the
coast thev saw good reason why we
should have been short. Last year's
I crop was 355,000 tons. In 1899 the
J price of sugar was $90. In 1902 it
had dropped to $67. Right there
was a loss of $8,000,000 to the
country. In the meantime the cost
of labor increased 50 per cent and
the advance iu cash and the loss
caused by the difficulty of getting
work done took four or five million
dollars more. Then came the plague
fire with a loss of two millions
more. This was all in the three
years between 1899 and 1902, and
at the same time we had to meet the
expansion of new business with an
outlay of some fifteen millions,
swelling the grand total of loss and
additional output to about $30,000,-
000. Is it any wonder we were
"All that has stopped, and now
if we get what we expect next year
we will be in fine shane airain.
Many of us are looking for four
cents on our sugar. This will bring
the plantations a return of some
$30,000,000 on the 450,000 tons.
All the plantations ought then to
pay 6 per cent and put by a sinking
fund. There will be a distribution
of from three to four millions of
dollars in dividends, and, besides
this, the plantations will be able to
pay off a great deal of their indebt
edness. "Confidence iu Hawaiian securi
ties is being steadily restored. There
is also a feeling among individuals
that the reciprocity treaty with Cuba
will fail. This will help us out a
great deal. It is the general feeling
that the United State has already
done enough for Cuba.
"The general feeling towards the
islands is much better and people
are beginning to see that the losses
sustained were the fault of the spec
ulating element on the coast rather
than the fault of the islands and the
people here. I made many friends
during my trip and succeeded iu in
creasing confidence iu the islands."
Ului'lO'iiiiiii Arrested for llurghiry.
Ilillsboro, Oregon, Sept. 5. A
clergyman named Kennedy has been
arrested here for burglary. He is
charged with the robbery of an en
tire fnmily at the point of a pistol
after an unsuccessful attempt to
GEO. MUMI1V, Mgr.
I'kont ST., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Huilding
Planiug.Mouloing, Scroll Work und all kinds of Turned Work, Window I'rameetc
WATER TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds of l'urniture,
Store l'ittiugs, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as uew, at easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Church Pews, and Redwood Gutteis, all sizes
I Sold Mllltiiry Secrets.
j Berlin, Sept. 3. Several soldiers
arrested here for treason confess
that they sold the secret of the new
I German bombs to France.
CliU'T Justice, of KiiL'Inud.
London, .Sept. 3.Chief Justice
Alverstone will be chairman of the
Alaskan Boundary Commission.
Helliineo Wins Third Unit nud the
linen by Four .Minnies.
New York, Sept. 3. The Re
liance established her supremacy
over the Shamrock III today by
winning the third race of the series
a full three miles ahead.
A seven-knot breeze greeted the I
big boats this morning as they were
towed from their moorings and pre
pared for the start. There was lit
tle expectation that the Shamrock '
would win, but the usual crowd of
boats assembled to witness Upton's
final contest for the cup. The
course was fifteen miles to wind
vvnrcl and return.
The Reliance crossed the starting
line four seconds in the lead and
kept her winning pace to the outer
mark, which she turned ten min
utes ahead of the Shamrock.
On the home run a fog hung over
the course at intervals and marred
the race from the sightseers' stand
point. The Reliance was seen to be t
hauling steadily ahead and finally '
crossed the line with the Shamrock
three miles iu the rear. An ovation
of cheers, bands and steam whistles
greeted the Reliance as she crossed
the finish line. !
Received each month
We will develop your Plates or Films and print them
for you. we are making a specialty of this work, and
endeavor to give you the best possible results.
Kodaks and Cameras
at Eastern prices
And anyone purchasing a Camera from us will
be instructed how to take and make a picture
HILO DRUG CO., Ltd., Hilo
Oyster Hay, L. L, Sept. 2. -A
sensation was created today when
the public got its first knowledge of
an incident at President Roosevelt's
home during yesterday evening.
An unknown man, well-armed,
tripd three times to pass the guards
about the President's house. On
each occasion the man was stopped
and finally put under arrest. There
is little doubt that the man would
have made an attempt on the life of
the President had he succeeded in
reaching the house.
When examined today it was ap
parent the man is insane. The
guards and officials at the Presi
dent's home have little to say of the
incident beyond admitting the at
tempts to pass the guards. The
President gives the affair little attention.
Of Uothenburg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) .... 57,322,063.36
Astets iu U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department: EDWARD I1R0WN & SONS, General Agents
411-413 California St., San l'roucisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agents, HILO
Constantinople. Turkey, Sept. 3. 1
Answering the report that Chris
tians are iu danger of massacre at
the hands of fanatical Turks, the
Sultan has notified the Powers of
his determination to protect all for
eigners regardless of their religion.
The Turkish Government is un
doubtedly doing all that it can to
assure the safety of foreigners. The
danger lies in its lack of control
over its subjects.
Alaska Commission. I
Loudon, Sept. 3. The first ses-'
sion of the Alaskan Boundary Com
mission was held today. The prin- j
cipal work of the session was or-'
gauization and discussion of meth
ods of procedure. It was decided
that the oral argument of the three
counsellors for each Government
shall commence iu two weeks, clos
ing on October 9U1.
In printing the best results arc
obtained iu a shop where the
most skilled workmen are sun-
plied with the best printing
facilities ... A greater variety of modern type
faces cannot be found in any other print shop iu the
Hawaiian Islands than is carried by the Hilo Tri
bune . . . Nobody knows how to do better printing
than is executed by the Hilo Tribune workmen
Your work is solicited whether
it be a dozen cards for your vest
pocket or a carload of supplies
Hilo, .... Hawaii
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
.Murder and Suicide.
New York, Sept. 3. Henry Ed-
son, son of a former mnvnr of Nntv 1
York, shot and killed Mrs. Pullen CELEBRATED
because of her refusal to elope with
him. Afterward he committed sui
Airulnuldo's Mood Advice.
Manila, Sept. 3. Aguinaldo, iu 1
a public letter, urges his-country-men
to go into agriculture and im-'
prove its methods, to attend the
public schools and stop gambling. '
Sofia, Sept. 3. A battle has oc-'
curred at Smilovo between 500 in- J
surgents and eight battalions of)
Turks. Thirty-five insurgents were j
killed and sixty Turks. Famine
confronts thousands of Bulgarians '
Burgas, Sept. 3. The Austrian
steamer Vaskapu en route to Con
stantinople, was destroyed by three 1
explosions. Twenty-nine persons
were killed. It is believed Bul
garians are responsible.
Charlotte, Sept. 3. A passenger
train went through a bridge at this
I.-.... iwtwj 1 M1.1V11 ui.-)uiin tvt.1 1: 1
killed and a hcore injured in the
Panama, Sept. 2. A revolution
is threatened in case the canal treaty
is left unratified.
Is that which has beeu manufactured for the past fifteen
years exelusivel' by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
When purchasing be sure that iu addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of Diamond A and our
XX HICH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO.
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