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THtt WKISKLY IIII.O TRI1WNII 1111.0, HAWAII. I'RIDAY, OCTOBER irt, 1003
spimnmmmmimmmny: All Run Down ,U,,T0 nlwtt i,,,lmlT
toiiiiiii'rclHl Depression Utiles In In
dustries of I lie Island.
3 nru weak unil your nppetlto It poor.
3 ' You liuva in) ambition, nml you uro Porto Rico is not prosperous.
lauguld nud depressed all thu time, When tho United States took posses
sion of this island its inhabitants lost
their market for coffee and their
! market for tobacco. These were
i commercial losses incident to the
change of government. Then came
thc hurricane, which devastated the
remotest corner of the island, laid
bare paying estates and turned rich
men into bankrupts over night,
l'orto Rico has been left to work out
its own salvation a thing it is em
inently unfitted to do. It is on the
verge ol tinaucial ruin, its sou is
I II lCUMirnV ES wl,11 '0,lr vitality Is low, you nro
S.l II KrnNrllf miserable all tlio thuo. Your nerves
y Ktegnut I.tue of
I New Gut Glass
S l'liie Watch nuil Clock Repair
S big Solicited
ZZZ Satisfaction Guaranteed.
What yon need Is n kkI Mrcitii; tnnle, n
2 l'ront Street,
2 SoXr'.lilo.lXuanli 'ot yielding products which might
Waiakea Boat House
H. A. LUCAS & CO . l'rop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGK, 1111.0
HAVK NOW A l'LKKT Ol'
and Small Boats
FOR PUIILIC HIRK
rasscngers and baggage taken to nttd
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from I!j h. p. upwards.
Boats fitted with this engine or frames ol
any size to order, l'or particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Manager.
" 1 as no weak nud tlreil nil the time tli.it I
couhl not Bleep at nlKMt. Or, It I ilil Heep, I
w.vtas tiri'il in tlio morning ,i uhcli t went tn
tied. 1 wasall run diiwci. I tin n Med Ayr's
Hknorurllla. Attir tiiUiiiRtw" l't les I fiuuiil
injHClf irreat I) luiimil,Jiiiliiii) Immeoni
pletely rcMored to health. 1 think. It It :.
great family medicine."
There are many Imitation " HarMparllUs."
Ilo euro you pot Ajcr'e.
Von will Improve faster liy iiMiir AjcrV
I'll! with the .Samaiarll1a. Take Jint eiiouuli
each night to line ouo Kd, frco movement
of the bowel tho day following.
Prtptrri by Dr. J. C. Aytr 4 Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY.'
be turned into money. The local
banks will lend money only on gift
edge securities at 12 per cent inter-
i est, nud then loans are hard to
S make. Coffee beans, ripe and ready
for the market, are left on the trees;
I vast expanses of tobacco lauds ate
t running to seed, and sugar alone'
ofall the things that Porto Rico
grows, is holding its own.
I The sugar lands, however, ate not
, held by Porto Ricans. Americans,
living in New York and Boston,
control the major part of this pav
ing industry. It is safe to say that
only 9 per cent of the gross capital
invested by these American corpor
ations holding sugar lands is rein
vested in Porto Rico. The result of
all this is that the Porto Rican la
borers are without work and starv
ing. Uniy tne otner nay six per
sons died in front of the gates of
Ponce. Everywhere there is abject
Tax receipts reflect the conditions
of Porto Rico very well. More than
Open from 5 A M. to 11 P.M.
Draught Boor IO Cents
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponoluuvai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
ALi:x.Mti:it vouxu iiothl.
l'litnlers of Louisiana Arc Itcmlinled
or lllcli Islander's Visit.
The Louisiana Planter publishes
the following about Alexander
Young and his great hotel, illustrat
ing the text with handsome photo
graphs: Sonic ten or twelve years or more
ago, when Alexander Young, of
the Hawaiian Islands, visited Louis
iana, we were profoundly interest
ed in his keen, agressive wny of
treating the suga: industry. When
be leportcd that he had secured 208
pounds of sugar per ton of cane we
stood ready to believe it, learn
ing as we did then how thoroughly
he comprehended the sugar in
dustry of the Hawaiian Islands in
every phase, coveting entirely its
agriculture, manufacture, shipment
Mr. Young invented a number of
appliances for improving the manu
facture of sugarcane into stmar. A
tnotig these was a rotary clarifier in
vacuo, that we had hoped to have
seen tested in this country, but it is
one of the machines that may yet
come into use when we find that we
can't get along with the device that
we have. Mr. Young also invent
ed a cane pusher to push sugar cane
into the second mill of a double mill
train when the second mills were
made with two rollers and received
feed very refactorily. Wc never
learned whether Mr. Riley, of our
own State, engineer for many years
at Delle Alliance plantation, in As
sumption parish, or Mr. Young was
the earliest in bringing this inven
tion into the field.
So far as we know, Mr. Young is
still identified with his Waiakea
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
J This is Hie only- line of Mau.es making regulnr.ttips between Knit and llilo and
taking in the Volcano of Kilatten.
I On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or exptc-w leaving Ililo nl
1 txxjii. 111. ate landcvl in either Palinla or I luttttnpo the sunn- evening.
I Through connections with the steamers Kiniiit and Manila L.a mi- made both on
.irrival and deartnre.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via llilo Knilro.td mid Volcano Stages .
o k a
u-a'cs' .X"' .- o.
1 1 :yy
5:Ol I lOyO IltlKI
) lv..Vo'c(iuo Slubles..ar )
1 llilo. )
( lv Waiakea tr I
( llilo K. U. Depot, j"
ur aioutitnin View 1
ar Volcano House 1
ar..... Hoiumpo lvl
J. G. SERRAO,
C. Bnddaky, Prop.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sujar Cane l)()iilCMl ill 1(1
and Coffee Fertilizers.
aiatiN wlin le.id till!. ud itisctui'iit
have never seen an PURE
BLACK PEPPER. i us
pure state it is a most phasing,
fragrant, pungi tit enndnm-nt, but
tile article cutiiiiioul) sold a little
black pepier and a lot ol roasted
peanut shells, cannot appeal toany
one. Our PEPPER comes in
15c. 35'i .lc nud 75c tins, and it
A will he a lesson to you to try a tin i
a of it and learn how little von have
known of BLACK PEPPER.
T III fill II r. ml virlii.i. tin. uti vi-i. i-ill T
! speak of Red I'epper, While l'ep- f
per, l;tiglish Mustard, Leaf Sage, f 31
Allspice, etc. In the meaiitllue we A 'l
a waiu 10 snow you me goons ai our
m he Owl Drug Co., Ltd. '
Beer, 10c a Glass
Call and oxamino our stock
one half of the taxes are unpaid, plantntiou. We believe that he has
and not a few of the owners of val
uable estates are in arrears more
than two years Their borrowing
ability is thus more limited.aud the
auctioneer's voice will soon be
heard, for governments need money,
It is possible that in this Porto
Rico's future prosperity lies, for pro
perties that six or seven years ago
represented valve of $80 and $90 an
acre will go under the hammer for
$10 or $t2, and from their very
cheapness will attract American
That living conditions have be.
come unbearable in Porto Rico can
be seen from the constant flow ol
emigration of natives to other Spanish-speaking
countries. Not a
steamer leaves Porto Rico for Mex
ico, Cuba or South America that
does not carry laborers who have
scraped enough money to go to
other shores. Spain was a large
consumer of Porto Ricau coffee, and
the price was sufficiently high to
net large profits on money invested
in the lands. When the Americana
took over the island Spain ceased to
be a buyer and Porto Rico looked to
its new affiliations to take the place
of Spain and buy its coffee. But
Porto Rican coffee at from 10 to 14
cents a pound meets strong compe
tition in the four-cent coffee of Bra
zil, which is its inferior many times
over. Porto Rican coffee today
commands but a very small market
in Kurope, with its price down to
eight or nine cents, liven at that
price, say the planters, it might pay
them to cultivate coffee, but it takes
money to cultivate. San Jattn Cor
respoudence of New York Herald.
LonnectitiK with aiauiia L0.1. jjon arrival of aiauiiu l.o.t.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUN A LOA:
.Atiff. 13 binulny Auir
...Aiiij. 33 ' Wednesday Am-, ofi
Sept. 3 Sunday Sept. 6
Time Table of Volcano Stables Staye for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
If you want to
Advertise in newsp.ipi-rs
anywhere at anytime
1 all on or write
Ii. C. Hake's Advertising Agency
111 1 Ji Meri'luuit tai'limiKtt
SAN FRANCIBOO CAL.
Paris, France, Oct. 8. The new
arbitration treaty between Prance
and Great Britain has been con
cluded. This treaty was forwarded
during the recent conference be
tween King Kdward and President
Although C. II. MeKiiu, archi
tect of the so-called "rejuvinated
White House," spent much time
and trouble to obtain from Holland
the fine green bay trees and box
trees that ornament the terraces on
each side of the White House, they
will never be known to the public
by that name. Already when their
trim square and cone-shaped tops
I are pointed out by visitors to the
I grounds they are referred tons
j Christmas trees, while only a day
'or two ago a three-year-old boy
! turned an apt comparison when he
I remarked after regarding them for
n moment: "These Roosevelt boys
,011(1 girls got good deal better toys
, than other children. Look at the
1 size of them Noah's ark trees."
retired from the iron manufacture
and sugar engineering business, in
which he was a large factor in the
island. We are lead now to recall
him from the fact that he has just
erected in Honolulu what is said to
be the finest hotel in the world west
of Chicago or east of New York or
Boston. This building is 465 feet
long and has an average width of
100 feet and is built from four to
six stories throughout. It is built of
sandstone with concrete floors and
is equipped just as the best hotels
in the world ought to be equipped,
with every device known to modern
hotel building. The hotel will ccst
more than two millions of dollars,
and represents sjnic fraction of the
money that Mr. Young has made in
the Hawaiian Islands during his
residence there, now exceeding forty
ycjars. As soon as we can, we must
all visit Hawaii and renew our Lou
isiana memories of Mr. Young's vis
it here. We are indebted to Para-
dice of the Pacific for the pictures of
Mr. Young and his hotel and for
the particulars of the hotel herein
No Opium in Chamiiuklain's
Couoii Rkmhdv. Many cough
cures contain opium. The effect of
this drug is to diminish secretion of
the mucus, and the relief afforded
is only temporary. As soon as the
effect of the opium passes off, the
malady returns in a more seveie
form. The system is also weak
ened and rendered more susceptible
to cold. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy does not contain opium mi
any form. It affords rebel and
leaves the system in a healthy con
dition. It always cures and cures
quickly. The llilo Drug Co. sells
iv volcano tetanies nr
ar 1'ap.tikou nr
ar I'epeekeo nr
ar Ilotiomu nr
ar Hakalau lv
ar uotioniun nr
ar Waikamalo ar
ar Pap.ialiKi nr
ar Laupahoehoe lv
iv i.aupalioelioe nr
ar Uokala ar
ar Kukalau ar
nr rantitio .nr
ar Ilouokau nr
iv iiouoKnn nr
ar Kukttihaclc ar
ar Kawailiae lv
Wedn'sd'y 1'. at.
7i r; o
L U pi T
When the weather is too rouj;li for the ttiuau to hind at Laupahoehoe Wednesday
t!u leaving time of stage from llilo itclinngctl 104:0011.111. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Ilouokaa will he held tocounect with it.
On aiondnys following the arrival of the aiauna Loa in Ilouuapo on Sumiavs, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from llilo is changed to 10:00 n. m and
the Ilouokaa stage is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of evpiess matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
aiail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce n garment upon order that will satisfv the most
lasiiiiimis wearer ol clothes The r
P Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
J Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns willhe found
J exclusively nl I.eliniann's. f
I Call and Look at tho Goods t
J C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST. j
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I .-- For it is on I
IT7 rtlJz flic top wJitchm
...All kinds of...
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K. II. PHASIC, President
San l'raucisco, Cnl., U. S. A.
NoTlCK Neither the .Masters nor
1 Agent of vessels of the "aiatsou Line"
will lie responsible lor imv dehts con
tracted by the crew. U. l OUARI),
llilo, April 16, 1901. 2.1. '
Koa Lumber in small and large ijimuti
ties; well .seasoned.
I'uriilture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cabinot Shop.
I Apply to JOSH tt. SI5RUAO.