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TIIK WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE. 1111,0, HAWAII, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER i8, 1903.
gimnminiiimniHUHHiiHg mpure Blood
1 J. U. KtNNtUT I
I WATCHES J
1 CLOCKS I1
1 JEWELRY m
y- Ktegatil Line of 3 '
I New Gut Glass
1'ine Wntch and Clock Repair-
CZ lug Solicited.
! Satisfaction Guaranteed. 3
Sj SPRECKELS' BLOCK jjH
S Front Street, Hllo. 2
Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold.
10 Cents a Glass : : :
Th Finest of
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
1 ClrV M'J 1
tUuitwlut Mr It .1 M.ittliew ar Wi-llli t;
ton, New '.iUiiit, uj about tills. Ho u:.
nciulu his ilnitnr.iili.
" I lino mi ITcroil a rri'.lt ileal frnm lmnir.
Mood, eieel.dly from IkI1 tm in) .inin,.i,(l
liirk. I felt .' ii. nit o . n ill t Rfii '
llPilPiM'll. 1 lii'x !) l I'Vi" MI'iiS ruji nil.,
After taking only a little or It I lei' lirne
and soon my tioulilcjnlHiiuip.'red. 1 I Ion
tills mrillelnfl In tlio licst IjIimhI tmrlticr . .
tliustnineHt lonlo tlut anyone cm l-nj "
Tlicro aro in.iny Imitation "Sanujurllba."
lln mire jou got A)cr'.
lino Ajcr' Tills ocry tlmo your Nmels !
coma constipated, or when you are lilllnut or
hae sick headache, Tlicy cur quickly.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. A) tr 4 Co. Lo ell, Mi.. U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
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.
Mixkb and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. 8ERRAO,
Imtmro blood will nlwnys inako yon
sick. You stiller from headache great
degression, Indigestion, sleeplessness. , Washington, D. C, Aug. 29.
m'trdXgt'ubout! ! Da. Handels Museum, official organ
I of the Austrian Government, in a
recent issue publishes nu article
'about beet nnd cnuc sugar ns in
dustrial factors, which' is a review
of "Sugar Production and Sugar
Premiums" by Max Schippel. This
is regarded by the Department of
Commerce here as of sufficient in
terest to be made the subject of n
It says, among other things, that
, certain neglected fields hnve been
1 investigated and facts furnished that
can not fail to be of interest to all
who participate in any way in the
production and distribution of beet
or cane sugar. Attention is first
catted to the enormous interest In
dia has in the maintenance of the
old, primitive methods of boiling
I the sugar. The writer then deals
1 with the disastrous catastrophe that
lias overtaken and almost over
whelmed the sugar plantations ol
I the West Indies. Attention is
called to the West Iifdiaus' power-
lessness to compete with the beet-
sugar producersjof Europe; also to
I the difficulties that beset the path
of North American sugar producers
because of inadequately trained
labor. In regard to the results that
arc expected to follow the aims and
efforts of the recent congress of
sugar-producing countries held at
Brussels for the purpose of finding
a way to avoid disastrous competi
tion and premium paying, the paper
quotes Schippel as follows:
In the competition between the
former premium-paying countries,
the dismantling of the factories of
individual participants does not
make such a very great difference.
In other words, no very notice
able change has been effected. As
far as relatively favorable positions
are concerned, Germany, under the
arrangement proposed, would -ome
out ahead The sugar production
1 of its neighbors, particularly France,
'would lose more that Germany.
' The separate or special favors grant
I ed by the congress to Italy, Swed
en and Spain, says Mr. Schippel,
' conceal no new danger, but rather
i some profitable features compared
I with the present situation. These
countries, by staying away lrom
i the conference, could have enacted
! or kept such sugar laws as would
j ultimately have raised them to the
position where they could be able
! to provide for themselves; Italy is
almost at that point. Sweden, with
K 1 1 1 1 : 1 SDOAIt CO.
mil Sell Large Trad or Valuable
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. 8. A meeting
of the stockholders of Kihei planta
tiou was held at
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of singes making regulnrktrips between Kan and Hilo nnd
taking in the. Volcano of Kilntiea.
flu lt i if L1 ft tittil itiftit nlliiMiiilit fitnM.tlni Ikiiiuiniiiiiiu .- nwtirnuai l....i la... t fit I
, j vj iiu'-niut iitiii mi; ii(.iiitii. a u.iiiiii ifiiTiiiiuvin j VAIMt-n lltlllll IIHU Ul
y u Liu UK uii.i , i:ou n. in. arc Mimed tit e liner mimm or iiommx Lite -muiic evening.
Draught Boor IO Cents
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
WT H W ! cr premiums a'd protective tariffs,
, U J VV 1 JLyiV ! was able, as far back as 1901-2, tc
C. liaddnky, Prop.
SPEND YOUR VACATION
Others aro doing so and
find the climatic chango
oqual to a trip to Alaska
RATES, S4.00 PER DAY
Special Rates by Wook
Heer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamino our stock
1 Telephone 38
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
anywhere at anytime
tall on or write
l li. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
11 v wi u JHTiuuiiitt r.iujmiiK(
get along without sugar imports.
I Spain, whose sugar supply consists
j of two thirds beet sugar and one
third cane sugar, is producing more
j now than the nation needs. Special
, care has been given to beet-root-i
sugar industry since the colonics
' were lost. Plans are on foot for
reducing the production by effect
ing a union of some kind of all
1 those interested in the production
of sugar. The participation of these
states in the conference has led to
1 one good thing, viz, that when they
I become sugar-exporting states, if
they ever do, they will be bound
j by the treaty or agreement arrived
I at in the coulereuce (article 6). On
'the other hand, they are already
! bound to find compensating ineas
, tires against the sugar that conies
' in from premium-paying countries.
Thus, so far as they import sugar
at present, they must seek their
supply, or the largest part of it at
, least, in the lands bound by the
contract. The carctul watching ol
sugar in transit will be of value.
i Sofia, Sept. 9. Thirty thousand
1 Bulgarians are alleged to have been
' massacred at Monastir. Some of
jthein were burned to death. One
hundred and fifty thousand are in
hiding nnd many of these refugees
are dying of hunger. All corres
pondents have been ordered to leave
Sydney, Australia, Sept. 8. -The
Earl of I.ousdale sailed today in the
Ventura en route to England. In 1
morning for the purpose of consider
ing the proposition of selling some
.5000 acres of the upper laud to the
Paia and Haiku plantations. An
hour later there was a meeting of
the stockholders of the Haiku plan
tation and a half hour, later still the
Paia stockholders came to getlier.
Hon. H. P. Baldwin, who is one
of the principal movers in the propo
sition on account of his large inter
ests in all three of the plantations,
had the following to say to a Bul
letin reporter this afternoon after
"Haiku and Paia stockholders
met this morning to consider the
proposition of buying 5000 acres of
the upper lands from the Kihei
Plantation Co. The matter was
thoroughly discussed, but as the
question was new to some of the
stockholders, definite action was
postponed. Another meeting of
each of these corporations is to be
held a fortnight hence when every
thing will probably be settled up.
"Kihei will very probably accept
the offer that has been made and
will dispose of her upper lands to
the other two plantations. I feel
confident that there will be a con
summation of the matter in hand.
By means of the transaction the
bonds will nil be settled for and the
indebtedness ol Kihei wiped out up
to date, putting the plantation on a
better basis than ever before. That
is all I can say just now becaqse
Paia and Haiku have not yet come
1 to a final conclusion."
Those who have kept watch of
the slock boards for six months or
so past have undoubtedly noticed
that Kihei stock has risen steadily.
This tendency was undoubtedly
caused by the fact that the Kihei
deal was practically a certainty.
The 5,000 acres it is proposed
shall be sold to Haiku and Paia on
a partnership basis are all aboVe the
450-foot level and the price to be
paid will be in the neighborhood of
The new ditch', which is to bring
down the Nahiku water, the lease
of which was recently purchased by
Hon. II. P. Baldwin, will be of in
calculable benefit to Kihei.
This ditch will run to Haiku and
Paia and will be tapped at those
places. Prom there it will go on to
Spreckelsville and then to Kihei,
passing through lauds that had
heretofore been unavailable for
sugar planting on account of the
lack of water. Indeed, the ditch
will probably result in a doing away
of the shaft pumping that is in
dulged in at the present time to
furnish plantation lands with water.
Through connections with the steitniers KittHtt nnd .Milium I.o.i ate mndc both on
irrlvnl nnd departure.
FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Viii llllo Hnilroiiil mill Volcano Singer :
0 2.5,3 s8sJ .,-1 S -.StJ 'io) o fa
,3cS ?- gg -2o too r-. I
H H W W k. O P
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. STATION'S A.M. P.M. P.M.
7:00 3:00 7:00 3:00 Jlv..Vo'ca,tO)Stnbles..r .
7:30 3:30 7:30 3:30 mi,, u. K. Depot. o;3 53 5:3"
8.30 4:30 8:30 4:30 nr Mountain View Iv 8:30 4:30 4:30
11:30 7:30 11:30 7:30 nr Volcano Hottie Iv 5:30 1:30 1:30
Wed. I'ri. Sun. Sun.
P.M. A.M. A.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M.
12:15 5' :o 5: Iv Volcano House nr 4:30 11:45 4:30
5:00 10:30 11:00 10:30 nr !...Pnhnln Iv 1030 6:00 10:30
P. M. Sun.
P.M. 12:30 P.M.
6:00 12:30 2:00. tr Illk'fi nr 9:30 2:30
7:00 2:001 nr Honttnpo Iv! It
"Conntcting with Mnutin I.on. JJOn arrival of Mnunn I.o.i.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Honunpo , I,eaes Honttnpo
Thursdny Aug. 13 Stimlny Aug. 16
oiiiiiiny "g. 23 weouesony , Aug. ab
Thursdny Sept. 3 Sttndny Sept. 6
Time Table of Volcano Stnbles Singe for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
A. M. A. Mi
lv Volcnno Stables, ar
nr Pnpnikou nr
nr l'epeekco nr
nr Houotnu nr
nr Hnknlntt Iv
tr Honolulu nr
nr wmknmitlo nr
11 r l'.ipa.'ihm nr
nr I.nupalioehoe Iv
When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to land at I,.iitpnhoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of singe from Hilo is chnnged to 4:00:1,111. on Thursdny morning, and
the Weduesdny stage trout I.nttpahochoc to Honoknn will be held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mnunn I.on in Honu.tpo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for I.aupnhoehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 n. tit., and
the Honoknn stage is held nt Lnupnhochoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so p ttrous may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
lv Laupahochoc nr
nr Ooknln nr
nr Kukniau nr
nr l'aauilo art
nr Honokna nr
.lv Honoknn nr
jnr Kukttihnele nr
ar....Vnitnea (Kauiuela) nr
nr Knwniline lv
- v 0,
Some Hope Yet.
The smart boy is sometimes in
tolerable, and deserves the rebuff he
occasionally gets. An old well
iuteutioiicd lady and a smart youth
were the only occupants of a rail
way compartment. After the train
moved out of the station, the youth
took out a cigarette, and, lighting
it, puffed away, much to the old
lady's disgust. By aid by she said
"Don't you know, my boy, that it
wrong to smoke!" "Oh," replied
the youth, as he emitted a volume
of smoke from his mouth and uearl
choked the old lady, "I smoke lor
my health." "Health," exclaimed
the other, after the effects f the
smoke had been overcome; "you
never surely heard of anything b -ing
cured by smoking?" "Ys," I
have." declared the youth, in a
tone intended to set off his superior
knowledge; "that's the way lluy
cure pigs!" "Smoke away, then,''
promptly retorted the lady, as she
settled herself in a corner; "there
is probably some hope for you yet."
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 nil the Spring Patterns w ill be found
exclusiveh at I.eliniann's
Call and Look at the Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
FOK Sl'KAINS, SWHI.MNC.S Afcl)
! IAMitNitss there is no better lini
ment than Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Thousands can testify to
. . ,. , the merit of this remedy. One ap-
i interview given just preceding . '
s departure, Lonsdale, comment- plication gives relief. 1 ry it. 1 he
ing on conditions in the Australian ! Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
I'cderatiou, predicted great polili-
onl trrmlili'U fnr tilt pnlnttv. lie
holds that there is too much legis
Subscribe for the Triuonij,
Island subscription $2.50.
THAT YOTJ CAK DRIKK MW ' I
1 Mrr B
...All kinds of.
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
U. II. PKASH, President
San Prnncisco, Cnl., U. S. A.
NoTlCK Neither the Musters nor
Agent of vessels of tile "Mnlson Line"
will be responsible for nttv tlebts con
trncted by the crew. R. V. t'.UAKD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24-
Koa Lumber in small and lnrge qtinnli
ties; well seasoned.
Puriiiliire iniide to order,
wanted. Repairs inaile on any
liiriiltnre. Prices nioilerate.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop,
Apply to JOSH O. SI5RRA0.