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TIII5 WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, igo.y
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C. M. COOICH, President. O, K. QART1-R. Vice.Pres. and Manager.
1, F. BISHOP, Treasurer. J. 1'. COO KIJ, Secretary.
G. H. HOHHRTSON, Auditor H. D. TF.NN1JV, C. H. ATHF.RTON, Diructors,
Sofia, Sept. 24. The outlook for
peace in the Balkans is less hopeful.
Sau Francisco, Sept. 24. Dlllurd
gets a sentence of five years' im
prisonment. Kingston, Jamaica, Sept. 24.
The volcano of SoufJfrlere is again
in violent eruption.
Caracas, Sept. 24. The aggre
gate of foreign claims presented to
Venezuela is $45,000,000.
New York, Sept. 24. The Re
I publicans of this city have nomi
J nated Seth Low for Mayor.
Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 24.
Fourteen large flour mills here have
closed down on account of a strike.
San Francisco, Sept. 24. The
I Republicans of San Francisco have
nominated Henry J. Crocker for
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept.
24. British ships are reported to
be held at Crete ready for imme
Berlin, Germany, Sept. 24. The
sugar syndicates which have con
trolled the German market arc to
dissolve in October.
Oyster Bay, Sept. 24. President
Roosevelt will return to Washing
ton on Monday, this being the close
of his summer vacation.
Washington, Sept. 24. Four
companies of native Filipino sol
diers have been ordered on duty at
the St. Louis Exposition.
Aden, Arabia, Sept. 24. The
Admiral Gueydon has been burned
at sea. There was no loss in life
in connection with the disaster.
Portland, Ore., Sept. 24. The
Atlantic Express was held up dur
ing the night at The Dalles. The
j engineer and one robber were shot.
j Baltimore, Sept. 24. The Sover
eign Lodge of Odd Fellows, in con
j vention here, voted today to hold
their next year's meeting in San
St. Petersburg, Sept. 24. The
Beliebat tiaptha fountains arc burn
ing and have already caused a
damage of $2,000,000. The fire is.
Cripple Creek, Col., Sept. 24.
Judge Seeds has issued an order to
the military forces guarding the
town to release four miners who
have been held by the militia with
Manila, P. I., Sept. 24. The
Philippine Civil Government has
decided to construct a shipping
canal from Lake Taal to the sea.
This project will opeu up a vast
tract of country.
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept.
24. The battle between the Turks
and Bulgarians at the Krcsna Pass
continues with varying fortunes for
the contending forces. The Turks
are said to have lost 325 men.
Washington, Sept. 24. It is the
intention of the Navy Department
to order the Pacific squadron on a
cruise extending to Honolulu.
This may account for the large pur
chases of coal for the Honolulu
Washington, D. C, Sept. 23. It
was announced at the Treasury De-
jpartment today that the refunding
I of the national debt will be renewed
I to the extent of $20,000,000. Gov
ernment 5 per cents, of 1894 will be
. redeemable at par in New York.
I Manila, P. I., Sept. 24. The
1 continued drouth and inability of
the Government to supply the de
maud for agricultural animals is
1 causing widespread distress among
the people of outlying Philippine
provinces. Relief measures have
Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 24. It is
reported that 600 Turks have been
killed at Kotchaui. The Turks are
continuing their outrages. Villages
are being burned along the line of
march and the Turkish trail is
marked with the horrors of devas
tation and death.
! T ntiilnn ftfnt. rvi. lv innr lwlumr.1
isunprecedenledly active in politics.
He declines to assent to the forma
tion of a new cabinet unless the
personnel is satisfactory to himself,
lie also demands remedies for the
army scandals and is in continuous
conference with Balfour,
Iloml Issue Under the l.onii Ael
Is 0. K.
Honolulu, Sept. 24. Good news
came to Honolulu over the cable
this morning in the shape of the ap
proval by the President of the pro
visions of the Loan Act passed at
the last session of the Legislature.
This action on the part of the
President shows beyond all pcrad
venture that the action of the Legis
lature was perfectly sound, not
withstanding the great howl that
was made against it at the time it
was pending. It means that public
improvements that have long been
needed on all the islands can now
be carried out and that money will
be here to assure comfort to the
workingmen and their families.
The matter has long been pend
ing and the President has had all
of the records from which to draw
The cable message to Governor
Dole was sent by Thomas Ryan,
Assistant Secretary of the Interior.
It read as follows:
"The President has approved the
incurrence of indebtedness under
the Hawaiian Loan Act for the
present year in the sum of $1,229,
108.03." SOUTH PACIFIC SOUAHKOX.
Will Congregate In llinvallan Waters
at Kurly Date.
Honolulu, Sept. 25. The visit
of the .entire Pacific squadron of
the navy to Hawaii should give
Honolulu some gala days as the
officers and men of the six vessels
of the squadron number over one
thousand five hundred.
The fleet is under the command
of Rear Admiral Henry Glass atid
is composed of the following ves
sels: New York (flagship), Captain
John J. Hunker; Bennington, Com
mander Chauncy Thomas; Boston,
Commander S. W. B. Diehl; Con
cord, Commander Charles P. Per-'
kins; Ma-blehead, Commander Tho-1
mas H. Phelps; and the new har
bor defense monitor Wyoming,
Commander V. L. Cottman. It is .
unlikely that the latter vessel will j
accompany the fleet to Hawaii as
she has not been with the fleet 1
during their cruise to the Alieutian '
Islands, and Puget Sound ports.
All of the vessels of the fleet are
well known in this port. The
Marblehead is a protected cruiser '
and is now over ten years old.
The Concord andBennington are
sister ships of the Yorktown which
recently passed through Honolulu .
on her home from the Asiatic sta
tion. The flagship New York was
also here for quite a stay a few
mouths ago. The Boston is known .
to almost everyone here as she has
at different times played quite an
important part in Hawaiian affairs.
This vessel is nearly twenty years j
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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 n Camera from us will
he Instructed how to tnkc and ninkc a picture
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St. Petersburg, Sept. 24. Rus
sia has issued a note to the powers
stating that the Austro-Rttssian re
form scheme for the Balkans must
Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 24. It is
firmly believed here that war be
tween Bulgaria and Turkey will
break out early in October. Bui-ga-ia
is mobilizing her troops and
will soon be in complete readiness
for hostilities to open.
Vienna, Austria, Sept. 24. It is
reported that in connection with
the visit of the Czar to Emperor
Franz Josef that the new scheme of
Count Lamsdorff, Russian Minister
of Foreign Affairs, for the pacifica
tion of the Balkans will be consid
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infant suffering with a cough, and
to be fearful of using a remedy
which may contain some harmful
ingredient. The makers of Cham
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guarantee that this preparation does
not contain opium in any form, or
any other harmful substance.
Mothers may confidently give this
remedy to their little ones. It
gives prompt relief and is perfectly
safe. It always cures and cures
quickly. The Hilo Drug Co. sells
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3'ears exclusively by the
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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
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