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THU WEEKLY IIII.0 TRIHUNE, HILO, HAWAII, I'KIDAY, OCTOHHK y, 1903.
I. E. RAY
To investors 011 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
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. . .
Three-quarters of an acre on Front street, Hilo, 500 feet from depot; frontage of eight'
feet; terms 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 iu rental now of $30 per month. Price, part
cash, balance on time
Twenty acres at Kallmann; hns been planted iu cane; suitable for bananas, pineapples or
cane. Price, ensh :
Lot 153 x 215 feet, with modern cottage, at corner of Pleasant and Ponahawai 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 Pay and are at a
One hundred and sixteeu acres at Kaumana, seven miles from Hilo, unimproved; suitable
for growing baunnas, pineapples or vegetables; large quantities of growing koa and
ohio timber; wood and lumber alone will pa' for land. Price, part cash, balance 011
For further particulars regarding these or other properties address ,
I. E. RAY,
Colch often hang on.
You try thi-. tiling aud
that thing, every kind
of homo remedy and
cheap cough mixtures,
and yet your cold con
tinues to hang on.
You must not deal
lightly with theso old
colds. You must got
lid of them just as
2.00U us possible. You
must take something to
break their hold.
soothes Irritable throats, heals Inllatnod
bronchial tubes, and quiets congestion
iu tho lungs. Tliis is why it so quickly
controls theso old coughs and pro
vents pnouuiouia and consumption.
" I was troubled with a ury hard
cough which I could not get rid of.
Wliuu I read of Ayei's Cherry l'ectoral
1 sent to Johannesburg and procured
u bottle. It corapletuly cuied me, and I
havu many comrades here who have had
hard coughs cured in the samu way. "
W.M. Hi:mcN3, Company C, Svionil KojtX
llerks. Keg., Nol'a Krult, Transvaal, 8. A trie.
There are many substitute and Imi
tations. Duvraro of thorn! lie sure
ou get Ayer's Chorry Pectoral.
Two sizes. Largo and small bottles.
Pitptred by Dr. J. C. A)tr & Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If you appreciate a good
meal nicely prepared call
and see inc.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Lato Suppers from 8 p. m.
to I a. m.
l.OU DILLON'S KACK.
How She Trotted n Mile In Two
After two slow miles the queen'
and her retinue appeared. As usual
she half-galloped past the stand and
as usual those who watched her for
the first time thought she was act
ing badly. It was only "her way"
the way of dainty, independent,
little Lou Dillon, who has a mind of
her own and always knows what
she wants to do. Bless her heart,
let her have her way for it's al
ways the right way in the end. She
pirouetted airily, tossed her head
sideways, and played at will, for
she and her driver have long since
agreed that these little romps are
harmless. Once he scored her ,
down, but her play-spell wasn't I
over, and she broke. The crowd
took it seriously, but Sanders only
smiled. The second time she turn
ed and Tanner passed his runuer,
Peggy from Paris, over to the pole
and just in front of her, while Scott
McCoy kept the other, Carrie Na
tion, well behind and to the side.
This time there was no play. She
was trotting straight and true and
fast but nowise as fast as she came
home. No time was flashed till
the end ol the mile, but hundreds
of watches caught the time and
every man and woman was told it
as the successive quarter pole was
passed. The first one was reached
I in 30 seconds. The half was
I passed in 1:00. If she could only
I keep this clip up she would trot in
2:01 4 but '.'"at is 2:01 li now!
1 The official score by eights was:
I First eight, is'A seconds; second
15, third 15, fourth 15J4, fifth 15,
sixth is'4, seventh 15, eighth 14.
Think of it the last eighth of a 2:00
mile iu 14 seconds a 1:52 clip. It
is this last eighth, and this alone,
that can serve as a criterion of 1,011
Dillon's greatness. The fractional
time, by eighths, was: :i5.30,
45Ki i:o. i:i5. U3'. 1:46,
Shakespear said: '"Its the pace
that kills," and so it is; but even
this truism cannot be applied to
this chestnut mare who seems a
creature beyond the pale of time or
pace, or the limitations of flesh and
blood. Where does she get her
wonderful power? they ask on see
ing her, and we who know so very
little of these things can only guess.
Some point to her muscular quart
ers; others to the slope of her
shoulders, and the breadth of her
stifles; others to the depth of her
girth and her heart-room. Perhaps
it is one, or some, or all of these
things and perhaps, also, all the
guesses are wrong. These physi
cal things are they not merely
elementary? The motor, with its
mysterious power that surely lies
in her brain. I well remember the
day alter her sale at Cleveland when
a group of gentlemen were making
Typical llnniillnii Residence to lie
Krccteil ul Fair. j
Honolulu, Oct. 1. Broad, cool, 1
inviting lanais will be among the
principal features ot the building
proposed for Hawaii at the St. I
Louis Exposition next year. It is
suggested that Hawaii's building '
should be indicative, in outward
appearances, of the enjoyable home
life to be found iu almost any part
of the group, an advertisement to
all the 25,000,000 people who are
expected to visit the Fair, that the
climate of Hawaii is such that upon
similar lanais, our people spend a
good part of their lives. The Ha 1
waii Exposition Committee agreed
conjectures as to the why of her I yesterday that a one-story building,
power and speed. After each had a composite of the typical Hawaiian
said his say, Sanders, who had been j residence of modern times, with
silent, placed his hand on her head broad lanais, sloping roof and large
and said: "My opinion is that the
trot comes from here." Yes, the
rosiest dreams of the two-minute
enthusiasts are fully realized in Lou
Dillon. She is as nearly perfect as
an animal can be. She has her
little caprices it is true, but these
are only trivial and we love her all
the more because of them.
Millard Sanders, whose gentle
hand has guided her in all her
I flights against time and who knows
1 her as an engineer knows his
rooms, would more fairly represent
the islands than a building of more
palatial design, but reflecting noth
ing of the island life. The interior
also would show home adornments
in Honolulu, with its Hawaiian
corner, composed of tapas, fine
mats, fans, and other trinkets,
handiwork of the present day Ha
waiians, giving an idea of the '
practical as to which the leaves of
so many tropical trees and plants
can be put. An array of photo-'
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
1 machine, says she will trot iu 1:59 graphs showing all manner of,
!or better. "If," said he, "the great , scenery residences, business blocks, !
j Dan Patch were out of considera- harbors, wharves, recreation,
1 lion I would say, 'Pacers, look to grounds, beach amusements the year
.your laurels.'" Tommy Waugh, round, and almost anything the
who has taken care of the little I camera will take, would give the ,
mare for two years past, was the 1 building an attractive appearance,
least excited of the great crowd j Above all such a building as pro-'
which surrounded her after her ' posed is designed to be the most
I mile. "This is nothing," said 1 restful and cosy in appearance of all '
Tommy as he gently stroked her . the state and territory buildings, ,
beautiful head, "some day she will inviting passersby to drop in and
'show you a real fast mile." Joe j get a cup ot Kona coffee. The 1
I Markcy in the Horse Review. , building would be Island hcad-
, ,?Tri quarters, and tons of literature on
Mob In Ohio. TlT ... , ,
I . Hawaii is proposed to be stored
wiu, ..., i. --Jtj within Uuit it Can be used to the
mob was stringing up Joseph Spizy w ,,.,, Sll a,ivc.r,isilR, r,reat-
P. O. BOX 94
Rami made Saddles and harness
the police rescued him. Hun
dreds of townspeople rushed to the
aid of the mob and iu the fight
that ensued Spizy's brothers wound
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