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TUB WEEKLY IIII.0 TKM1UNU, IIH.O. HAWAII, I'RIDAV, OCTOIIKK .,, iioj.
J. I). KtNNtUY 1
j WATCHES I
1 JEWELRY a
S Klegaul Line of ZZZ
New Gut Glass
S l'lue Watch nud Clock Repair- j
ST; ing Solicited.
Satiifnctiou Rutiriitilccri. -5
S Front Street, llilo. 2
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. LUCAS & CO., l'rop'rs.
WAIAKRA BRIDGK, IULO
I1AVK NOW A l'LKKT OI
and Small Boats
l'OR I'UJil.IC HIRIi
rassengcrs and baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
for private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKLKPIIONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter und reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from ll,i h. p. upwards.
Boats fitted with this engine or frames ot
any size to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Manager.
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 l'.M.
At Moderate Trices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for .
W'itional Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sujjar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
Manv who read this advertisement
1 1" 1 lirtl'llii'in k
I. In its f
hue never seen .ill)
pure stale it ts 11 most
nst pleasing, i
mliiiieut, but i
fragrant, pungent com
the article commonly sold a little
black pepper ami a lot of roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal to any
one. Our PEPPER comes in
1501 251:, 4c and 75c tins, and it
will be a lesson to you to try a tin
of it and learn him little you have
Uiumiiot BLACK PEPPER.
In future advertisements we will
speak of Red Tepper, White I'ep- f
per, English Mustard, Leaf Sage, f
Allspice, etc. In the meantime we
want to show you the goods at our
m he Owl Drug Co.. Ltd.
Am vim easily tired? Is your work
n bunion" Do you often feel weak
ntul Mint" I- your uppotiln pool'
Aio ynii eimily diiooiuagnl ' Then
join-nones mii vim nntl jour Muml
lUpUM. SieklCs, is lint far uwsiy.
Mr. Vrnlprkt: Pi i "ii nr ri.ifoniinit. fMip
rnlony, Sotith Afrit oi'iuN lil iiiituj;t li
anil tlift letter
"Ms lilimil (Hiii li". oiiiw Miiputc, p.inrliiK
rriiiitio'ia on tl t ik-ii, mi Hi) t'iuril n)nti'm
p'n nn run u 'w i uiv iii.iijjv.hiimi aiw
irri'it ilclillitv. ( I i.imAi'I siirraintlll .
wlni li nuii'kly liriii m
nil of iu trouMi''
i or u iiiiiM win
li Mlitsteil uiii
Hi'.iKcned li .In I' c, nut hitnmin o, c,
cimntry, then ! n. n-imtly tijutl io tin
Guud family nieilloniu."
Thcro aro manv linlt.i'lon " K.iicupirill.i
llo suro on get AjtrV.
Ahrayskcppjour lioueM In r." tlcnmlltioi
It li A)er' I'llls. TIh .ro purely M'lte' 1I1I0
iR'js, sick lieadacbp, anil nil liver trouble.
Tr epsKil by Dr. J. C. A) cr U Co.. Lowtll. Mm.. U.S.A
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need u drink cull
at the KEYSTONE, corner
, Front and Ponohawai streets.
1 A first class line of
always on hand.
C. Uaddnky, Prop.
f Heer. lOe a Glass
Call and examine our stock
you want to
Advertise in newsp ipi-rs
.iiiywhere .it .ins time
1 all on or write
!. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
ill ft Mi'trlmm. i:xi')mcn:i'
SAN FHANCIHOO CAL
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iioomino itici: imiadi:.
W liul Tevns runners Are Doing to
Dm Hop Market.
; New York, Sept. i. Tlic tice
industry of the country is very
, much interested in the meeting of
1 the Rice Association of America in
! Kl Ciunpo lust week, which was in
everv restiect one of the most im-1
1 portant in its history. Not only I
I was the meeting a record breaker
' itj point or attendance of directors, ,
' but a larger number of rice farmers !
than ever before were present. '
' Two questions of vital impor-,
tnnrc to the rice industry were dis- J
cussed and action . taken by the !
The first related to
the association's rice kitchen at the
St. Louis Fair, and the second had
leferencc to the Cuban reciprocity
tteaty. The association has taken
steps to raise and spend $20,000 in
maintaining a rice kitchen for the
purpose of advertising rice.
The object is to extend the do
mestic market for the product.
While there is no present danger of
the supply exceeding the demand,
the association believes it is good
policy constantly to strengthen de
mand, so that it may keep ahead of
any possible increase of production.
It is the aim of the association to
make rice a staple article of food.
.The association adopted a resolu
tion offered by Charles J. I5eer,
I president of the Rica Millers and
! Distributors' Association of I.otiis-
iana and Tixns, providing for the
appointment of a committee of three
I to go to Washington and present to
Congress, at its extra session, the
claims of rice to free entry into
Ctibav It is probable that this com
mittee will consist of Dr. S. A.
Knanii. president of the Rice Asso
ciation of America: Hon. C. C.
... . 1
Dusou and S. Locke Ureaux of
New Orleans, vice president of the
I Rice Association of America.
In a recent interview on the sub-
ject Mr. Breaux said:
' "We shall attempt to show Con
1 gress that in enabling the Gulf
j coast to compete in the Cuban mar
' ket with German and Knglish rice
, from India it will in a measure te
ji.iy this section for the alleged in
jury contemplated against sugar.
' "If the treaty is adopted and
Cuba experiences the prosperity
1 expected, she will consume at least
2,000,000 pockets of low grade rice.
! With an advantage of 45 cents per
1 100 we can compete with the for
eign rices in Cuba at about $2.25.
' As the grades used there are very
Iodise" at a'afigurV; -ch at Sheffield.
and in the event of a heavy produc- Great "re9; was !ake I he
,tion during the next few years P'WS f both parties comment un
1 would materially relieve the home ! fably uponjhe address.
"The association believes we are
entitled to free entry into Cuba for
our rice, and we propose to go after
the concession. We hope to get
the backing and assistance of the
Gulf coast delegations in both
branches of Congress, although the
fetich of sugar is not unlikely to
frighten many of them. We do
1 not propose in any way to interfere
with sugar, but inasmuch as rice is
, not only more important in the ag
1 gregate, but also more important to
I a greater number of people in Louis
iana and Texas than sugar, we feel
I that we are entitled to the support
I of our representatives in both
houses of Congress."
1 Belgrade, Servia, Oct. .5. A new
; cabinet has been formed with Grucia
! as premier. He has announced
1 that his policy will be one of peare,
' in an effort to reunite all factious.
'Grucia was not a member of what
was termed the "Assassin Cabinet."
; Paris, Krance, Oct. 5. There is
, a prospect that the consuls of for
i eign countries who are stationed in
I Manchuria may form the council
l to administer the proposed reforms.
The Porte denies the reports of
, massacres that are emanating from
Washington, Oct. 5. In the pos
! tnl scandal indictments were today
found against James N. Tyner, at
one time Postmaster-General, but
later Attorney General, James T.
Metcalf, superintendent of the
money order system, II. J. Barrett,
assistant attorney general and a
nephew of Tyuei, N. R. Metcalf,
, II. Hallenbeck and W. Doreinits.
W liiirf Superintendent lit I'll mil
Skills .Murine .11 ii n el Moiulii).
W. P. Kenuell of Pmtnhut 1ms
been seeing things. The latest
Hiiiiir In. rliimt In linv. c,.pn ,..ne n
tiling tit. claims to nae seen was a
waterspout, lie said the water-
sPl was rushing along the sea off
Punalttu on last Monday. This
waterspout was a very big one.
Soule of " officers of the steamer
Mauiia Loa, which brought the
vs lieru tot,!y. were unkind
enough to insinuate that Kennel! is
a l,iSKer 0,,c- 1e Ultt ns il imy
Mr- l'cnell seems to be living up
to his reputation for "seeing things."
The last thing he saw was the
Republican nomination for County
Assessor of West Hawaii county.
The convention saw him too and
went him one better, and the result
is that, instead of being one of the
orators of the Republican campaign,
Fennell is now "among those pres
ent who received the candidates
with the greatest enthusiasm."
But the Republican nomination
for a county office was but the nat
ural culmination of the succession
of things I'ennell had been seeing
for months before. Among other
things he sighted "was a piece of
the brilliant meteor that flashed
across the Island of Hawaii some
months ago." The average citizen
was content with relating how he
had seen the meteor in its flight,
but Kcnnell, being of a vivid imag
ination, was not satisfied until he
had discovered somebody who had
actually seen a piece of detached
meteor steaming and sizzling in the
all but inaccessible wilds of Mauua
Months befoie that time Pennell
lost a crowd of five tourists in the
. r t'n 1
" ' rvu.u.eu. aim some years
before that tune he had the entire
business actually suspended along
the east coast of Hawaii by report
ing that a fleet of Portuguese men
o war had passed l'unaluu steering
north toward llilo. Some years
agoa report came down to the effect
that "Mokuawvowco was smoking."
Mokttaweoweo is the name of the
summit crater of Manna I,oa, and i
it is also the name of a diminutive
engine in Kau. The repoit was
somewhat ambiguous and gave the
impression that the volcano was
smoking when the little engine was
the cause of the excitement that
Iliiirour Opens tint Ciiiiviis.
London, Oct. 2. Prime Minister
Balfour opened the Parliamentary
No Ol'llttl IN ClIAMDIiltl.AIN'S
Cough Rk.mijdv. Many cough !
cures contain opium. The effect of j
this drug is to diminish secretion of I
the mucus, and the relief afforded I
is only temporary. As soon as the
effect of the opium passes off, the i
malady returns in a more severe '
form. The system is also weak-!
ened and rendered more susceptible
to cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy does not contain opium in
any form. It affords relief and 1
leaves the system in a healthy con-1
dition. It always cures and cures
quickly. The llilo Drug Co. sell
Subscribe for the Tkihunis,
Island subscription $2.50.
fi:nm:i,i. saw watkiisimmit. i
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TIME TABLE OF
Tliit in the only line of stages making
king in the Volcano of Kilauca.
.taking in the Volcano of Kilauca
-'" i ""rsuay nun eierj alternate iik-miii
7;(K,., ... ..... ln. ..., ... ,.;. 1L,r I...I...I,. r
..., i ... i ...
Through connections with the steamers
.irrivai ami (icKiritirc.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via llilo Railroad ami Volcano Stages
a b ;
a 5 ,
m - 4- -. ce ft
n. W .-
r. " .
r-1 cs ,
a' Silt 2 o
a o c c
?- 5.a 5!i?g
r i 5 3
JS 8 S I S o 0
l . 1 ?l r.
1 1 :y
lv..Vo!eauo Stubles..ar j
j lv Waiakiii ar )
( llilo R. R. Depot. S
5:00 10:30 I MUX)
ar I'ahala lv lo'io
ar Honuano lvt
'Connecting with Mauua Loa
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Ilouitapo ,
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
I'riday Wcdn'sd'y 1'. M. Otherdays
A-M- I, r. m. p. m.
4:30 'lv Volcano Stables ar r. 3'.oo 4:30
5'V '"" l'apaikou ar u 2:00 3:30
"-IS r I'epeekeo ar c 1:0a syo
7:3 '"r llouomu ar - I ians 1:45
, .5 Z A.M.
S:3" r Ilaknlau lv d .11:30 1:00
9'V !'"" Honohina ar o j 10:30 12:00
10:00 ,ar Waikainalo ar E sj? 10:00 11:30'
5 r I'apaaloa ar "5W 9:15 10:30
'i!3 nr Laupahoehoe lv 3 2 S:oo 10:00
SJig 1 Mou. and
12:30 lv Laupahoehoe ar 3 g 10:00
1:30 ar Ookala ar "". ,3 . 9:00
2:30 ar Kukaiau ar Ugg 8:00
3:3 nr Paauilo ar ' g. 7:00
4:30 ar Houokaa ar n'- 5:3d
iS"3 Wed. and
5 fr-3 "t.
T -r: g p, ji
llv Houokaa ar S'S 3:15
ar Kukilihaele ar C a "rt 1 1:35
'ar....Waimea(Kaiiuiel.i) ar 6 S 0 9:45
ar Kawaihae Ivl ' 7:00
When the weather is loo rough for the Kiuau to laud at Laupahoehoe Wcdiieday
the leaving time of stage from llilo in changed 104:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Houokaa will be held to connect wuh it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from llilo is changed to 10:00 a. 111., and
the Houokaa stage is held at Iiup.ihoehoe 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 J
Will produce a garment upon order that will sulisft the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
f . .
t Latost in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arrivmt;. Nearl all the Spring r.itterns will be found
cxclusiely at I.eiitu.iuu's
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
I KEEPING YOUR . .i9 ffi I
I MIND ON tfffijJB H I
...All kinds of ..
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. '
R. II. l'lCASIC, President
San 1'rancisco, C.il.. U. S. A.
NoTicij Neither the Masters nor!
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for auv debts con-
traded by the crew. R. I IUJAR1), I
Hilo, April 10, 1901. 24-
& Trans. Go.
regularjlrips between Kau and llilo and
passengers or express leaving II o lit
iiollIllM, n,,. -,.. ,l,l!i,l.
Kiiiau and Mauua Loa are nmile both oil
JS ' S
House ari 4:30
JtOn arrival of Mauua Loa.
Sunday Aug. 16
Mauna I.o.i in Honuano on Suuduvs. tin-
Ko;l I(Um)L.r itl sm., ,,,, ,rKe .,,,.
Ucs; w. hl,lS0la.(l,
l'uriiiture made to order, any style
I Wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol
Sorrao Cabinot Shop,
, pply to JOSH tt. S15RRAO.