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THE WBEKI,Y HILO TRIBUNR, HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 190?.
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Three Star I1 .22
It will provo n Rood frlond whon you
liavo n fresh cold, bringing Immcdiato
roiicf. You Mill find It equally truo
In old colds, bronchitis, whooping
And you will dcclaro it "tho host
friend in tho world" if you will uso
it for an irrltablo throat or weak lungs.
It nets ns n strong tonic, clearing up
tho throat, giving tone to the relaxed
tissues, and greatly strengthening the
Tliero aro many substitutes and im.
tat Ions, llowaro of thumt lie sure you
got Ayor's Cherry Pectoral.
Two sizes. Largo and small bottles.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer 4 Co., Lowell, Mm , U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Tolnl Imports of Suir-ir Into UiiIIimI Public Snip AiltcrtlHoiticiif
Slates Toi Om Ycur.
Honolulu, Oct. 12. Over 5,000.
000,000 pounds of sugar, valued nt
$100,000,000, was brought into
tlic United States in the fiscal year
just ended. This is n larger impor
tation of sugar than in any proceed
ing year in the history of the coun
try. The total number of pounds
Honolulu, Oct. 17. But n few
days remain before the Kohala
ditch franchise, according to a ma-
Inrili flnrnelMll lf till iVorM!!!!',' I
council, will be advertised for sale
at public auction, the sale to take
place on November 28.
It was said today that, inasmuch
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of sugar brought into America tlur-ias U was the province ol the Land
linir the year was.as shown by the I Commissioner to authorize the ad
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records of the Department of Com
merce ond Labor, 5,217,770,065,
while in no earlier year in the his
tory of the country has the importa
tion of sugar ever reached 5,000,
The largest importation in any
earlier year was that of 1897, when
the total was 4,918,905,733 pounds.
Adding to the enormous production
of 1903 6,000,000,000 pounds as the
domestic production would give a
total sugar supply of 1 1,217,000,000
pounds for the year, or sufficient to
furnish an average of seventy two
pounds for each individual in the
United States, estimating the popu
lation at 80,000,000.
The record of sugar importations
for the year differs materially in cer
tain aspects from that of earlier
years. The total importation of
beet sugar during the year was 87,
vertisement of the sale and he had ,
dissented in the meeting of the ex
ecutive council to the auction de
cision, objecting to certain clauses
in the license as adopted by Gover
nor Dole and others of the council,
there was a strong possibility of his
refusing to be responsible for the
publication of the notice of public
Land Commissioner Boyd was
seen on the subject and asked
whether he intended advertising
the sale of the Kohala ditch fran
chise. Mr. Boyd replied that he
was not prepared to say anything
on the subject just now, one way
or the other. The advertising of
the public sale of the privilege was
business belonging to his depart
ment and at the proper time he
would act as he believed was right.
He might give notice of the sale ,
to 1MUJWB mmmm umm uw mam mm
Plantation Supplies of
Paints and Oils
Iron and Steel
A Full and Complete
Line of Groceries
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
KEEN CUTTER KNIVES AND HOES
000,000 pounds against 255,000,000 : a,,d e might not.
in the fiscal year 1902, and 903,000, "i wouiu line you to say, saiu
000 in the fiscal year 1901. Cane 1 Mr. Boyd, "that the base insinua-
sugar, of course, composed the re-1 "s niuue uy tne Auvertiser yester
maiuderand the cane sugar impor-llay morning while referring to Mr.
tatious of the fiscal year, exclusive I A. C. Gehr and myself dining to
of that brought from Porto Rico and I father, endeavoring to make capital
the Hawaiian Islands, amounted to of the incident for its own low ends,
4,075,000,000 pounds, against 2, ' were noted by me with more amuse
685,000,000 in the fiscal year 1902 ' met than anger, although in some
and 2,965.000,000 in 1901. From ' PIaces sllch deliberate tuisrepresen-
I'orto Rico the total sugar brought tatious wouiu be tlie beginning 01 a
into the United States amounted to pooling auair.
226,143,508 pounds, valued at $7,
P. O. BOX 94
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as hereunder:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Oct. 23
Sierra Nov. 4
Alameda Nov. 13
Sonoma Nov. 25
Alameda Dec. 4
Ventura Dec. 16
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Oct. 28
Sonoma Nov. 3
Alameda Nov. 18
Ventura Nov. 24
Alameda Dec. 9
Sierra Dec. 15
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents nre prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by nny railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from Now York by
un steamship line to all F.uropeau ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
C.AHCIA & CANARIO, Props
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466,579, and from the Hawaiian Is
lands 774,825,420 pounds, valued at
$25,310,684. Thus the total quan
tity of sugar supplied by Porto
Rico and the Hawaiian Islands
amounted to 1,000,000,000 pounds,
or about one-fifth of the total
brought into the country, its value
being nearly $33,000,000. It
would heein that, as a nation, we are
fond of sweetmeats. Harpers
llii Met Ills Match.
11-05 ar Puna lvL.
F.xcursiou tickets between all points
nre sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following .Monday
Commutation tjekcts, uood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at cry
W. II. J.AMHF.RT,
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Sbjvc, Cut Ijmr and Shampoo
at Ctt-Clve Rates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cauiurnp is prepared to give estl
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work
ami to guaruutee all work rioue,
Up to some months ago there
were 11 so-called "trains de luxe"
running on the Great Trans-Siberian
Railroad, of which eight are
property of the railway administra
tion and three of the International
Sleeping Car Company.
The Russian Government hat
now put several new most luxurious
trains on the line, by which pas
sengers may travel direct from Mos
cow through to Vladivostock, Port
Arthur or the newly established
Kastem city of Dalny. I,ake ljai-
4:50 kal is crossed by powerful steamers
jj.j I which can take on board three
3 40 1 trams ol eight cars each at a time.
Only during the winter months,
when the lake is covered by thick
ice, sledges are employed for bring
ing the passengers around the lake,
as the great ice breakers proved in
sufficient to keep the ice open all
the time. In about a year and a
half the Lake Baikal section of the
Siberian Railroad will be completed
Immense engineering difficulties
were met with in the construction
of this part of the line. I
The new trains consist of first and
second-class parlor cars, dining car,
baggage car and observation car.
The baggage cars have accommoda
tions for the train crew. The latter
include a train inspector, who
speaks several languages, and who
is in full and supreme charge of the
express train. The meals served in
the dining car are good and cheap.
A physician is also on each train,
and in his charge is the train's
pharmacy. One of the first-class cars
has a fine piano, while bathrooms
have been provided in the second
class parlor cars. There is also a
first-class international library, gym
nasium and similar features. A bar
ber shop is found in the baggage
car. Thus far four of these trains
have been put on the line, and they
are said to be the finest railroad
trains 011 Huropean and Asiatic soil.
By means of these trains a trav
eler can now go from St. Petersburg
overland to Vladivostock in a little
less than 16 days. The trains are
lighted throughout with electricity.
"Never cross-question an Irish
man from the old sod," advises one
of the foremost railroad attorneys of
the age, says the Detroit Free Press.
"Even if he does not think of an an
swer, he will stumble into some bull
that will demoralize the court and
jury, and whenever a witness tickles
a jury his testimony gains vastly in
"Yes, I'm speaking from exper
ience. The only witness who ever
made me throw up my hands and
leave the court room was a green
Irishman. A section hand had been
killed by an express train and his
widow was suing for damages. I
had a good case, but made the mis
take of trying to turn the main wit
ness inside out.
"In his quaint way he had given
a graphic description of the fatality,
occasionally shedding a tear and call
ing on the saints. Among other
things he swore positively that the
locomotive whistle was not sounded
until the whole train had passed
over his departed friend. Then I
thought I had him.
" 'See here, McGinnis,' said I,
'you admit that the whistle blew?'
" 'Yis, sor; it blewed, sor.'
" 'Now, if that whistle sounded in
time to give Mir-hacl warning, the
fact would be in favor of the
company, wouldn't it?'
" 'Yis, sor; and Mike would be
tistifyin' here this day.' The jury
" 'Never mind that. You were
Mike's friend, and you would like
to help his widow out; but just tell
me now whateaithly purpose there
could be for the engineer to blow
that whistle alter Mike had been
" 'I presume thof the whistle
wore for the nixt man on the
"I left and the widow got all she
Loudon, Oct. 13. Vice Admiral
Noel has been confirmed as com
mander of the British naval forces
on the China .station.
Browning, Mont., Oct. 12. A
terrible ' ragedy was enacted yester
day iu acolonyoflflut-head Indians
in this section. The Indians hud I
been indulging in an orgie and,
cra.ed bv whiskey, got into a
I murderous altercation. Several In-,
I diaus were murdered in their beds '
I ...l .. Inv.m .11. (111...- lt'l If fli ..1 111 tllf.
.Mill H ""h1- l""" nuuuiiHi m.
Grass Linen Drawn Work.
Linen and Lace
Silk Embroidered in black, white and colors.
Tailored Stocks in all colors and in all the
In fact, all the latest fads in this particular
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Rand made Saddles and fianie$$
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
OHO. MUMI1V, Mgr.
Pront St., in rear of Hilo .Mercantile Co's Ilnililing
Planing, Monloing, Scroll Work ami all kinils of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATKR TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household ami all kinds of Piiruitnre,
Store Fittingi, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-tootued and
made an good as new, ut easy rules.
Manufacturer ol School Seats, Chinch Pews, and Redwood Outteis, all sizes
BROKlvKS and COMMISSION
Dealers iu Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
and Tobacco. Special attention given
to consignments of coffee and biiar.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Stteetb.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
FRONT AND CHURCH STS.
If on appreciate u good
meal nicely prepared call
and ici; inc.
Meals 35c Up
C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop.
Late Suppors from 8 p.
to I a. m.
Subscribe for the Trihunjc
Ibland subbcription 2.50.
Ilk Marvel. Nothlnif like '
It. IltatlliUlnorunortli I
and r. Ginuint Curt (or llupturo.
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