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TUB WBRKLY 1UJJ0 TRIUUNK, HILOt HAWAII, FRIDAY, BKPTMBR ag, 1903,
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I. E. RAY
To investors on the Islands I wish to call
attention to the following properties which are
for sale or lease. As values are low now is
the time to buy
Three-quarters of an acre on Front street, Hilo, 500 feet from depot; frontage of eighty
feet; tcrms'to suit purchaser. Price ....
Two modern cottages at corner of Church and Bridge streets, Hilo, with leasehold fourteen
years to run at $54 per year; brings in rental now of $30 per month. Price, part
cash, balance on tiine
Twenty acres at Kallmann; has been planted in cane; suitable for bananas, pineapples or
cane. Price, cash ,
Lot 153 x 215 feet, with modern cottage, at comer of Pleasant and Pouahawai streets, Hilo.
Price, part cash, balance on time ;
Lot 153 x 215 feet on Pleasant street extension, unimproved. Price, part cash, balance on
(Pieces Nos. 4 and 5, above described, command a fine view of Hilo Bay and are at a
One hundred and sixteen acres at Kallmann, seven miles from Hilo, unimproved; suitnble
for growing bnununs, pinenpplcs or vegetables; large quantities of growing koa and
ohio timber; wood and lumber alone will pay for land. Price, part cash, balance on
Fifteen acres, one mile mauka Government road, between Kukaiau and Paauilo; all cleared
and has been planted in cane. Price, part cash, balance on time.
For further particulars regarding these or other properties address
I. E. RAY,
"Wo aro old frionds, this bottle aud
I. Wo hat 0 kuoi n each other for over
sixty years. Whcu a boy I was always
taking cold, but a few doses of this
meillclno would at ouco sot 1110 right.
" Whou a youug mau I had a weak
throat and weak luugs. My friends
'cured sumo lung trouble, but
greatly htrutigtheued my throat, cleared
up my voice, aud took away the ten
dency for every cold to go to my luugs.
" Last jcar I lud a bad attack of la
griiijie. The only mudiuinu I took was
from this bottle, aud I camo out all
right. I know it's good, too, for
asthma, bronchitis, pnoumouia,croup."
There aro many substitutes aud Imi
tations. Howaro of them I Ho suro
you got Ayer's Chorry Pectoral.
Two sizes. Largo and small bottles.
I'rtpircd by Dr. J. C. Ajer k Co.. (.twill. Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared cull
and see nic.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Lato Suppors from 8 p. m..
to I a. m.
Secretary Tells of Ills Mission to n
Sun Francisco Paper.
Honolulu, Sept. 18. George R. 1
Carter, Territorial Secretary of Ha
waii, arrived from the islands yes
terday, en route to Washington aud
New York on business connected
with the recent territorial bond is
sue, says the San Francisco Chron
icle of September 9. He will go
trom here direct to Washington to
call on President Roosevelt, whose
approval of the bond issue is neces
sary before the securities can be
placed on the market. If the issue
is approved by the President, Secre
tary Carter will then go to New
York and arrange for the sale.
"The loan bill passed by the last 1 depleted treasury and scant reve
Legislature," said Secretary Carter nues. The first Legislature, which
last evening, "provided for the issu-1 was dominated by the Home Rulers,
auce ol 52,500,000 ol bonds lor laiieu to pass a loan mil. ine last
feet is insufficient to permit some of
the larger steamships now afloat
and building to enter the harbor
with safety, and we propose to
dredge the harbor to a depth of
thirty-four feet. Part of the pro
ceeds from the bond issue will be
used to complete the sewer systems
of Honolulu aud Hilo.
"We have been waiting patiently
for four years for an opportunity to
raise money for public improve
ments in the islands. When the
islands were annexed we were de
prived of our customs revenues,
which amounted to 100,000 a
month, as well as our postal re
ceipts, which aggregated a nice
sifm. This compelled the Terri
torial government to run along on
public improvements. Of this
amount, however, only $1,200,000
Legislature, however, which was
overwhelmingly Republican, has
can be issued during the present 1 made provision for a bond issue,
fiscal year, owing to a regulation in and" we now hope to be able, shortly,
the organic act of the Territory 1 to undertake many much-needed
which prohibits the issuance of! public improvements. There is
bonds in excess of 1 ter cent of the ' only one possible obstacle that
total tax list of the Territory for j stands in our way. The bonds
each year. The assessed valuation , which we are preparing to offer are
of property in the islands this year I short-term securities. They are
is $122,000,000, so we will only be I redeemable at the expiration of five
able to issue about $1,200,000 qf1 years, as provided in the organic
bonds before July next. The re- act of the lemtory, aud there may
mainder of the $2,500,000 of bonds, be some difficulty in finding
The bonds may' continue to draw
interest for fifteen years in the dis
cretion of the Territory, but the fact
that they are redeemable at the ex
piration of five years is likely to
operate to our disadvantage in
marketing them at a good figure."
'Chamberlain and Others Retire.
London, Sept. 17. The struggle
in the ministry culminated today in
the resignations ol Joseph Cham
berlain as Secretary of State for the
Colonies; Rtr Hon. C. T. Ritchie,
as Chancellor of the Exchequer,
and Lord George Hamilton, as Sec
retary of State for Indian Affairs,
being presented. The resignations
were accepted. '
Loudon, Sept. 18. The resigna
tions of Chamberlain, Ritchie and
Hamilton are due to tariff differ
ences. Lord Balfour, secretary for
Scotland, is also said to have re
signed and other withdrawals are
imminent. The liberals expect to
return to power.
Hilo jHntiiu Company, Ltn.
Newspaper AdrertlKlug Popular.
Since several railroad managers
in the Kast used space in newspapers
for display advertising, the belief is
increasing that in time railroads
will reduce or abandon other forms
of publicity in favor of newspapers.
For many years railroads have been
advertised mostly by booklets, fold-
a,ers, circulars, etc. There was a
time when newspapers were used
Plantation Supplies of
r All Descriptions
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN CUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
P. O. BOX 94
or so much as mav be lawlullv purchaser or purchasers for the se-
ihsued as determined by the next 'entities on that account. I shall' only for timetables, but now the
assessment, will be placed on the go first to Washington to see what .papers arc used exclusively for ad
imrkPt ...-v. vonr. Tin. innn nnnrn. 'nctloii the President has taken in I vertising purposes, and in many
priation bill by the Legislature regard to the approval of the bond instances display advertising has
specifies how the money shall be ex- issue, and when the approval of the i'een used extensively. It is thought
pended. There is one item of $6oo,-' Resident is obtained I shall go to Uie time is not far distant w,Je" l,J; C-M IftaflA CsflflltC Ml KtHA
ooo for new roads, designed for the New York and arrange for floating old way of boom.ng railroads will 1)4011 1 1 WilV (HlUICS 911(1 IJ(llHC$$
opening up of new country. Another I the bonds. The Territory may not ' be abandoned and newspapers will
1 item is one of $.100,000, for public legally dispose of the bonds for less - K1VL" lu" "'
buildings, including school build-' than 98. and it remains to be seen
ings, a new territorial insane asy-' whether the securities can be sold
him aud a new territorial peniten- at that figure. If not, we will have
(tiary. Congress failed to make any to ask Congress to amend the law
1 appropriations for harbor improve- so as to grant the Territory more
ments in the islands, so we have latitude in the issuance of bonds.
mniln KrniMiir.ii iii tin. I...n.l it-.nr- "Sn far ni T linur ..rri. nm. to I
lltUV.. I.I W .-J.-l. ... V..W Ul. .t.JW 1 -..m ... --. --KI-. --- I-.- .w
for the expenditure of $300,000 for I ascertain no other Territory or
1 the building of new wharves and municipality is restricted to the is-
FOK Sl'KAlNS, SWKM.INGS AND
1 Lamunkss 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
j Hilo Drug Co. sells it.
the deepening of the harbor of Ho
nolulu. The present depth of thirty
suance of five year bonds, aud we
regard this restriction as a hardship.
Subscribe for the Triuunk,
Island subscription $2.50.
RICHARDS &. SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I,