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Tllli WEEKLY IIII.O TRIHUNE, IIILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOHER ift, uyo..
America's Greatest Favorite
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Cbe Pacific Guano
are the manufacturers of the w 11 known
Fertilizers made to Order
H. HACKFELD &CO.,
Is To Be Had at All Dealers
ODHIO. II. OAVIISSS Ss CO., Iv'r.
I New York, Oct. 10. Sir Thomas
1 1.ipton sailed for home yesterday.
Paris, France, Oct. y. Ati-cxtra-ordinary
session of the Chamber of
Deputies has been called for the
Washington, Oct' -cr 10. Chris
tinncv, attorney, ' "' Castle, audi
tor, of the Post ' . department,
have resigned. ' '
London, Oct. ' . Rains in North
England have carsed a great
amount of damage to the crops and
J Homestead, Pcnn., Oct. 9. The
1 Homestead Steel Works, have shut
down throwing two thousand men
1 out of employment.
1 St. Petersburg, Russia, Oct. 9.
! Hut little war feeling is manifested
1 in this capital. Russians are tak
ing the Par Eastern crisis very
New York, Oct. 10. Ten inches
of rain fell during the day and there
are Hoods and washouts. The
damage will reach hundreds of
thousands of dollars.
Paris, Prance, Oct. 8. It is re
ported today that an immense Rus
sian fleet has assembled off Masan
pho and that Russian troops ate ad
vancing upon the Corean border-
I Loudon, England, Oct. 9. The
I officers of the new Halfour Cabinet
1 assumed their duties today. While
the new officers are considered,
thoroughly competent men the belief
is general that owing to tjjte tariff
agitation and the War Office dis
closures, the Halfour regime is not
scheduled for long life.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 9.
Prisoners in the penitentiary here
mutinied today. Following the
1 outbreak a big battle between cou-
ivicts and guards took place. The
guards killed one convifct and
wounded three others, while two of
the mutineers managed ro make
their escape, and two of the warders
Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 8.
There have been no movements in
connection with the refusal of
Russia to evacuate Manchuria to
day. Russia's troops or officials have
changed their position in the Slight
est nor is there any indication of in
tention to withdraw. The negotia
tions toward a settlement are still
pending. The rumor of a rejection
of Russian demands has been offi
Yokohama, Japan, Oct. 9. The
tenor of today's press in Japan
shows intense feeling in regard to
the Manchurian situation. Con
servative newspapers demand that
the government insist that Russia
fulfill its pledges regarding the
evacuation of Manchuria. Naval
officers have been in conference re
garding proposed war plans. Many
wealthy Japanese are offering to
subscribe towards a war fund.
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made ami Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate nml Crop
1(1(1 UKI'IMII.IC.V.N KAMA.
Outdoor Meollne; Siilurilny MkIiI
Willi .Music nml Speeches. 1
The Republican managers have'
planned for a big outdoor political j
meeting in Hilo Saturday night.
The best speakers in the county
will be present and voters of all
parties can well afford to be on '
hand. The vital issues of the local
campaign will be explained and
reasons set forth why men who ,
vote should take the trouble to vote ,
The meeting will be on Front 1
street near the corner of Ponoha
wui. The speakers will be repre
sentative Republicans. The com
mittee has secured not only the best 1
talent on the ticket, but outsiders 1
as well will address the people on
the current topic of the hour Good
County Government. 1
The Republican Kxecutivc Com-
j nuttec held a meeting the first of
I the week and with a view to provid
ing assistance for Chairman James '
Lewis, who is up to his ears in
work, chose an auxilliary commit
tee composed of the following Re
publican hustlers: J. Castle Ridg
way, W. C. Cook, John Hohnen-
berg, Otto Rose and A. C. McKen-'
ney. This committee will work in
connection with the Chairman and '
other committees assuminc many of
the details which accumulate as the
cainnaiLMi nronressos. I
Friday night, tonight, there will
be a Republican meeting and rally
nl Wnlrilrori lr .t.liinli fill T titbit K1i-
V .. lw. Ks . ...t... till JV IIL11 I
cans and voters of every party are ,
invited. There will be good speak-'
ers and music. Adrcsses will be I
made by L. A. Andrews, Chas. M. I
LcHlond, Joe Vierra and W. H.
During the week the Republican
campaigners have been holding I
meetings in Ilamakua. They left
Hilo Monday morning and reports
from along the way are encourag
ing. The Republican ticket has
gained many supporters as a result
of the Ilamakua trip.
The Republicans held an enthu-,
siastic rally last Saturday night in
tj:i- . .!. T .1 ... l.t.
iinu ui iuc jupuueae uiuaicr. 1 lie 1
meeting was presided over by Jas
D. Lewis who had with him on the
stage a number of the Republican
candidates. The speakers were L.
A. Andrews, E. N. Holmes, W. H.
Smith, C. A. Stobie, Geo. II. Wil-;
Hams, Joseph Vierra and S. L. 1
The speeches were to the point
and each one touched in someway
upon the importance of starting
the County government right. Con
fusion and mistakes will result if
men of inexperience are given the
official reins. Tue Republican ticket
is made up of competent and
popular men and their election is a
guarantee of the proper administra
tion of the affairs of the County.
Received each month
We will develop 3-011 r Plalcs or Films and print them
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 im will
K instructed liow to take nud make a picture
HILO DRUG CO., Ltd., Hilo
Of (iothcnuiirK, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) .... $7,322,003.36
Assets in U. S. (for Additional Security of American Policy I lolders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department: HDWAKI) FROWN & SON'S, General Agents
411-413 California St., San Francisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Rosictont Agents, HILO
Will Not Appeal.
Honolulu, Oct. 8. Since George
II. Fairchild's name has been re
ceived in nomination it is probable
that the decision against his regis
tration contention, by the Supreme
Court, will not be appealed from'
nor is it likely that the matter will
be taken to the Federal Court.
What Fairchild contested for, the
admission of his name in nomina
tion, has been obtained, although
many otherwise qualified voters are
barred from casting their ballots by
the ruling of the Supreme Court.
T)T)T WTYlVTf n P"11 lc cst results are
Fix I II I I 1 ill Stained in it shop where the
. M. M. most skilled workmen arc sup
MiifMfMtv pii(.d with the best printing
facilities ... A greater variety of modern type
faces cannot be found in any other print shop in the
Hawaiian Islands than is carried by the Hilo Tri
bune . . . Nobody knows how to do better printing
than is executed by the Hilo Tribune workmen
Your work is solicited whether tiMtAaaaAn
it be a dozen cards for your vest HIT fj TIMRUMF
pocket or a carload of supplies HIMJ HvljUUllL
.ohh hawaii PUBLISHING Co.
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Sulphato of Ammonium Nitrato of Soda
Bono Moal H. C. Phosphates
Sulphato of Potash Ground Coral
Fertilizers for sale in large or small quantities. Fertilize your lawns with our
Special J.awu Fertilizer.
. The Hawaiian Live Stock Breed-1
ers' Association, through its secre-j
tary, A. F. Judd, is sending out 1
announcements for the annual meet-i
iug to take place in Hilo on Novem
ber 19, the by-laws providing for
alternate sessions here and at Ho
nolulu and the last annual meeting
having been held at that place.
Selling (hit llonds.
That Hawaiian Territorial securi
ties are good sellers is indicated by
the following telegram ftom Carter:
"NEW YORK, Oct. 7.
"Have closed with Dill for a fee
of $1,000. Form of bonds agreed.
Engraving started. Would advise
changing the rate to four per cent.
Carter's recommendation that
the interest 011 the bonds be reduced
to four per cent, indicates that he
has encountered a very favorable
atmosphere in the financial circles
of New York. It is certain Carter
j woulil not suggest a reduction of
I interest if there were an element of'
doubt about floating the bonds in I
i Eastern markets.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
I Q. IIQX 767,
Q. M. COQKK, 1'rei.ident. G. H. CARTUR. ViccPres, nml Manager.
11 V. 1IISHOI', Treiuurcr. J, F. CQQKF.. Secretary.
G. II. KOllF.UTSON, Auditor U. I). TI5NNF.V, C. II. ATHRRTON, Directors.
Haiiv's Couc.11 Must Nkvkk
Linc.kk. Nothing is more dis
tressing than to see a helpless little
infant suffering with a cough, and
to be fearful of using a remedy
which may contain some harmful
A great many papers will be read ingredient. The makers of Cham
at this meeting and much interest- berlniu's Cough Remedy positively
ing information will undoubtedly guarantee that this preparation docs
be imparted. Among the papers not contain opium in any form, or
will be one 011 lantana and the Ian- any other harmful substance,
tana pests, by R. C. L. Perkins, the Mothers may confidently give this
entomologist. Still other puperff
will deal with matters in connection
with dairies. The pamakani, the
recently discovered pasture pest,
will be discussed.
remedy to their little ones.
gives prompt relief and is perfectly
safe. It always cures and cures
quickly. The Hilo Drug Co. sells
(A) fertilizer J
1 x j tv,a
' A large stock of Diamond A and our H1B
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER MM
Is kept constantly on hand autl for sale at San Francisco Ewmi
1 prices, plus only freight and actual expenses, fflHI
It Ru Our Ml lr Annnto MH
L. TURNER CO. 9
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
When purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
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