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rilU WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, lXlWt HAWAII, FRIDAY. BEI'TEMPER n, 1903.
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S5 I II If LUULiIV Hot weathor takes the- We out of . ,.,
ll II KlNnrlll everybody. You becoiuo languid, jle- rolm I rer.
ST w" -"' zzz bllltateil, nervous, no ircssou. hiu JTnnnliilu ;..! 1
? 2 Insa voiir mmatltu ami you lmvo ludl. , "'"l. Mt- 3-
1 JEWELRY 1
S Klegnul Line of 3
I New Gut Glass
ST Pine Wntcli and Clock Repair- 3
S; Inn Solicited.
"ZZ. Satisfaction Ounrnutced. -
H SPRECKELS' BLOCK
S Prout Street, Hilo. 2
Enterprise Lager Beer;
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
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.
At Moderate Prices. I
Mixrr and Fancy Drinks i
ExpkriknciU) Mixologists ,
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Glass
J. C. SERRAO,
SPEND YOUR VACATION
Others aro doing so and
find tho climatic change
oqual to a trip to Alaska
RATES, S4.00 PER DAY
Special Ratos by Week
ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD
gostion. Your blood becomes Impure,
vour bead uches, yoiirnurvcs arc weak,
aud you arts tired all the time. You
want something to purify your blood
aud ruako it cool and boalthy.
Mr Oiorannl IVNesI, of l'arkslde, Bouth
Australia, tell ytni how tills may bo done. He
sends )il ili(ilnKraili also.
'In this warm niul ilelillltatlnR climate I
IjpIIcto nrarly etcry mio nreds a Koort tonic.
For a number of vears l liavo relied on Ayer's
Karsatiarllla, I ran strongly testify to Its
curative jvowrr In rooting the blood In liot
weather and In toning U) the whole system.
It Is a wonderful medicine."
There are many Imitation " Harsanarlllas."
lie sure ou eel Ayers,
Ayer's l'llls are I.lver Tills. Ther cure con
stliiatlon, biliousness, sick headache, nausea,
and all liver troubles.
Prtpirtd by Dr. J. C. Aycri Co., Lowttl.Miis., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
Draught Boor IO Conts
from the artist's box to the deco
When you need a drink call rator's broader work. It is also a
at the KEYSTONE, cornermedicil,al,va,eo.fn.Ptt:erfll,PurBe
I Front aud Pouohawai streets.
! A first class Hue of
'always ou hand.
1 Tolophono IO
C. Hnddaky, Prop.
Beer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamlno our stock
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at tiny time
call un or write
(:. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
Ill-is M-ri'lmiitx Kxrlmiik'"
San Francisco Cal.
the Alga- i
n product 01 tne nigarooa tree
whose threefold virtues as n shade
tree, firewood provider and dis
penser of fattening cattle food, so
highly recommend it to Hawaii,
opens another possible avenue of
profit to island agriculturists and
ndds another uttribute to the kiawe.
The algaroba trees, particulai ly
the younger ones, are full of resin
ous sap which exudes freely upon
the bark being slashed. The pro
duct after selection and slight re
finement is the commodity known
as Gum Arabic.
The product is used to some ex
tent medicinally in prescription
work, but to a greater extent me
chanically in mucilaginous com
pounds. The price has lately gone
up from sixty-seven to ninety-five
cents per pound in what is termed
the mass or crude form, sometimes
known as shorts. '
J. W. Girvin, once connected
with the foreign office, experiment
ed in gathering the gum aud sent
some away for classification and
valuation. The price at that time
was not apparently enough to make
, the experiment on a large scale ap
pear profitable but the owners of
algaroba groves should find the
gum gathering, which is not in
jurious to the growth of the tree,
la nice addition to the sale of cord
wood and kiawe beans at fifteen
' cents the sack.
1 Harry Roberts, who grows many
1 fine mangoes aud papaias, has on
, his premises a gamboge tree which
lis in flourishing condition. The
' gum from this is an important fea-
Inrn 1,1 pnlnr mirl titnin ttmttllfnrllr,
being used principally by veterin
ariaus in their prescriptions.
' The price of gamboge is not so
the exudations are prolific. Pre
' sent prices range from twenty to
1 twenty-eight cents the pound for
I third, second and first pickings,
1 with eleven and one-half to twelve
cents quoted for "sorts."
I Atkinson Resigns.
1 Honolulu, Sept. 3. A. I,. C.
I Atkinson resigned yesterday as a
! member of the Central Committee
of the Fourth District and as mem-
iber and secretary of the Territorial
I Central Committee and as member j and members of the Imperial fatn
nnd secretary of the Executive I ily, is a consultive body for matters J
'Committee. Following is Mr. At- of legislation. The recent honors!
Honolulu, Sept. 2, 1903.
Clarence L. Crabbe, Esq., Chair
man of the Territorial Central
Committee of the Republican
Party of Hawaii.
Dear Sir: I beg leave to submit
my resignation as a member and as
secretary of the Territorial Central
Committee, and also my resignation
as a member and as' secretary of the
Executive Committee of the Terri
torial Central Committee of the lie
publican Party of Hawaii.
The duties of these Committees
have taken up so much time that I
am compelled to take this course so
.as to give more attention to my law
I T ...cl, r co.. tlint T nm ulnil tr
I have been on the Committees dttr-
ing the last year when' so much has
been done towards organizing and
placing the party ou the firm basis
. it is today.
T fiil thnl flip future nf the tiartv
cannot be brighter, from the fact
that so many capable men of this
! community are interesting them -
1 selves in its welfare.
I I am, Sir, Yours faithfully,
A. I,. C. ATKINSON.
1 lliiiucliliig (hit.
j The Maui News is about to in
corporate the paper and printing
j.plaut for $10,000, under the name
I of the Maui News Company, Lim
ited. It has issued a prospectus to
I such an effect.
Vienna, Sept. 3. Reports are
' renewed that Adriauoplc is burning
j Oyster Hay, Sept. 2. The Presi
dent will attend the labor day cele
, bration at Syracuse, N. Y.
Port Arthur, Sept. 7. The an
, uouncement that Japan will pur
chase the Island of Samback, one
of the best strategical points in its
j sphere of action, has created a pro
! found sensation in Korea,
(,'ou lit lies.
Honolulu, Sept. I. Today marks I
. . . . ,1
n new era in the sugar industry ot
the world for it is the day when the
, . . , . I
Brussels convention goes into effect I
According to the terms of the
convention the bounty system,
which was pernicious in its effect,
meets its death blow today and the
whole system is to be rearranged.
This bounty system has had the 1 1
effect of increasing the beet sugar
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to such an extent as to have brought
about the enormous surplus in the
last two years of rnw sugar and
consequently forced the price down
to where it has been.
The bounty system became such
a great burden to the people of
Europe, particularly those of France
aud the whole thing was on such
an artificial basis that the conven
tion was called about a year ago
and the decision to abolish the
bounty was arrived at.
The Hrussels convention will have
the effect of reducing the price of
sugar to the retainer in the open
markets. Some of the beet sugar
manufacturers, who depend on the
bounty to keep them going, will be
forced to the wall and with the re
duced price to consumers the con
sumption will increase proportion
ately. With the readjustment inci
dent to the abolition of the bounty,
the surplus will gradually disap
pear and the sugar industry will
get down on a firm basis.
Says 'Thus Wedding Airalr.
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept. 1.
Five arrests have been made of
Turks suspected of participating in
the attempted assassination of Vice
Consul Maglessen. The Porte claims
that the shot aimed at Maglessen
was not the result of feeling against
the Consul or Americans, but was
a stray shot coming from an alterca
tion at a wedding celebration.
Reports of outrages continue to
come in from all directions where
there are Christians. Villages have
been plundered, the inhabitants
massacred and homes and business
places destroyed by fire.
St. Petersburg, Russia, Sept. i.--M.
de Witte, besides being appointed
President of the Council of Minis
ters, has also received the additional
honor of appointment to member
ship in the Council of the Empire.
This Council, made up of Ministers
de Witte has received at the hands
of the Czar are practically official
recognition of the strong influence
de Witte has been known to exert
in the Russian administration for
The Hague, Sept. 1. The first
session of the arbitration court that !
is to pass upon the Venezuelan I
claims was held today. Today's I
meeting was devoted exclusively to
methods of procedure.
Rio De Janeiro, Sept.
I statcli timt a American syndicate
L b ,u thu onlirc cofl-ee out ut
i Solonica, Sept.
government officially estimates that
2200 Bulgarians were killed in the
San Francisco, Sept. 2. Accord
j ing to a decision of Judge Haven
the Rio de Janeiro claimants get 85
1 .)cr ceut. of their losses.
I Constantinople, Sent. 3. The ,
Porte has notified the embassies
that Bulgarian agitators sue pro-,
jecting outrages against the lega
tions. Detroit, Sept. 2. The American
Sugar Refinery Company has
bought a controlling interest in
nine factories with a capitalization
of six millions.
Sofia, Sept. 2. A general in-
Snrrectiou has been proclaimed in
northern Macedonia. The Turks
have massacred the inhabitants in
the villages of Armensi and Vileso.
For Sprains, Swhi.mnos and
Lamhnkss there is no better lini
ment than Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Thousands can testify to
the merit of this remedy. One ap
plication gives relief. Try it. The
Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of stages making regnlnr.trlps between Knti ntul Hilo and
taking in the Volcano of Kilnucu.
0u Thursday and every alternate Tuesday KiRengers or express leaving Hilo at
'Won. ut. are landed in either Pahaln or Houunpo the nihil evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kiiiiiu and Mmitui l.on are made both on
irriVlli ,,7,,, ,c,MUtre.
FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
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J. tfl B S
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1 1 :3
lv..Vo'cuno Stables..nr I
lv Walakeu ar I
Hilo R. R. Depot, f
ar Mountain View lv
nr Volcano House lv
ar Puhala lv
ar Hilea ar
ar.... Honuapo lv!
Countctiug with Milium I.oa. $0n arrival of Mauua I.oa,
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Houunpo ( Leaves Honuapo
Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Aug. 16
Sunday Aug. 23 Wednesday Aug. 26
Thursday Sept. 3 Sunday Sept. 6
Time Table of Volcano Stables Sago for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
lv Volcano Stables
ar Hakalnu ...
lv llonokna nr
ar Kukuihaele ar
ur....Vaiiiiea (KaniUL'la) ar
When the weather is too rough for the Kiuati to land at I.aupalioehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4 :oon.ui. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday singe from I.aupalioehoe to Houokna will be held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauua I.oa in Honuapo ou Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahochoc from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. 111. , aud
the Houokna stage is held at I.aup.ihoehou 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
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at I.eiiuiauu's.
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
...All kinds of...
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PKASK, President
San Prnncisco, Cnl., U. S. A.
NoriCK Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsoii I.lue"
will be responsible for nnv debts con
tracted by the crew. R. 1'. OUARI),
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
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Wedn'sd'yj P. M.
v r a.
s r a ,
Koa Lumber in small and large (pianti
ties; well seasoned,
Puruiture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop.
Apply to JOSH G. SIJRRAO.
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10:30 6:00 10:30 Hiyo
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