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THK WHHKIAf IIII.0 TRIBUNB, HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVISMBRK 0, 1903.
j J. 0. KENNEDY j
1 watches 1'
THK (1UKAT LONDON TIMKS.
1 housu. JHiL there is a prompt euro,
I JEWELRY I
j Elegant Line of ZZZ
I New Gut Glass
? Pine Watch nnil Clock Unfair-
ST ing Solicited. ;
S Satisfaction Guurantecd. 3
S SPRECKELS' BLOCK
E P rout Street, llilo.
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGK, HILO 1
HAVIS NOW A l'LHKT OP J
and Small Boats j
irl UttllT tr MTU!. I
rassengers and baggnge token lo "'"1
from vessels in the harbor nt reasonable
rates. Launches anil row-boats to hire
lor private picnics ami 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 li h. p. upwards,
lioats fitted with this engine or frames 01
any size to order. Por particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Manager.
,.,,,, , , , IMoiiiHIiIiik or Its Vint Kuril Inn mid
Thin blood always makes trouble
Your circulation is very poor, you Kxpnidlliu Other Kurt,
havo cold hands nnd feet. Your
nerves ant weak, you aro despondent London, Oct. 8. The Loudon
bad1, rndao'to.h..ok!MB" hns 'rilllel1 " very inter
headacho. 011r muscles aro weak esting story on the London limes,
and oti can hardly draft about tho T. it nr,jrt if n!,i. v0 know Hip
names of all its great contributors,
and something of its past finances.
The editor's salary was and prob
ubly is ,2,000 a year. When there
was a stump duty on advertise
ments, the Times paid ,70,000 in
one vear to tie Government. Had
the ditty been continued, with the
penny stamp on each paper, the
Times would now relieve taxation
to the extent of about ,6450,000 on
every budget. ,100,000 was spent
in mechanical improvements by the
third John Walter. The cost of
Paris telegrams for many years was
1.000 tier annum and during the
imrin.Mi mv mmi uikI iiuiIk it rich ami Dreyfus affair it must have been
ICii II ll "jmi.'ii 11 i mi' urt'aii'b iiiuuitiuv
Into tin' l.im
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
Henry Ii. Cooper, Superintendent I This is the only line of stages making tcgulmJtilpN buweeu Knu mid llilo mid
of Public Works, this morning !t,lk'"!" l,,V vlc'!"f kiIhum.
' " ' On fliitrsihiy mid every alternate f uesdny ins'eiigeri or cxpres leaving llilo at
tendered Ins resignation to Gov 7:oou. m. are landed in itther Pnhala or Honuapo the tame evening.
riirougli connections with the steamers Kinau ami Mautm Lo.i me mailc both ou
irrlval mid departure.
ZZZ Mr. M. Aivliio-.iir Hii1artlTam.inla,sciKls
Iiit n'uii..i.r.iii,i mid will,
Mv l' mil w " in liln nml my circulation
was c 1'iiiir tin- iu lliigir ut-ro i-ulil anil
liliionll Mm Mine 1 lo'-t nil mercy and s
nlmii.t llii'los. ltnr Ajor' .irMarllla soon
in tlie wirlcl Inr tlir lilnnil
Tliero are many Imitation " 8arai)arllla."
Ik' miro jou got Ajcr's.
To get tin liont results from Ayer'i Sarsa
jiarllla )our Uiweli must tie in k0011 condi
tion. A)ur's Tills cur constijiatlon.
Prepared br Df J . C. Ayer 4 Co., Lowell, Mm.. U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
Open from 5 A.M. to n P.M.
At Moderate Trices.
Mixed and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
Draught Boor IO Conts
! Wheii you need a driiik call
'at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Pouohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
J. C. SERRAO,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sugar Factors, l
Com mission Agents.;
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
C. Uaddaky, Prop.
! Rainier and
Baldwin Locomotives, .-PrillM) JioOl
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane bottled aild
and Coffee Fertilizers. , (li,4iil0'llt
Many who read this advertisement
f huve never .seen any PURE
BLACK PEPPER. In its
i pure Mute it is a most pleasing,
i fragrant, pungent condiment, but
the article commonly sold a little
" lilunlr tipiuii-r nml n lot ol roasted
f peanut sliells, cannot appeal t" any f
one. Our PEPPER comes in f
f 15c, 25c, .oc and 75c tins, and it
A will be a lesson to you to try a tin a
of it and learn how little you huve
J known of BLACK PEPPER I
f In future advertisements we will f
speak of Ked Pepper, White Pep- t
rd, Leaf Sage, A
mote than twice that sum. M.
Blowitz is said to have spent j8oo
in procuring and forwarding;, to
gether with other reports, his copy
of the Berlin Treaty before it was
signed the most famous "heat" in
the history of newspapers. For a
copy of he Triple Alliance Treaty
lie was asked ,4,000, and might
liav paid that price, but saw the
document to be a forgery.
Some facts about the journal's
growth may be brought more clear
ly up to date. In 181 5 the circula
tion was 5,000 copies. It has never
been large, us modern circulations
go, but when Queen Victoria died
140,000 copies were printed. The
growth of advertisements has been
much more important In the first
number there were fifty-seven small
ones. An occasional recent num
ber has contained 105 columns of
them, and the annual revenue from
this source alone has more than
once exceeded ,400,000. The
paper's size has grown from four
small pages to twelve, sixteen,
twenty, and twenty-four large ones.
Between 1884 and the present date
there have keen twenty-four pages
in more than ninety separate issues.
In ten years, from 1880 to 1890,
the annual total of its printed news
increased form 2,700,000 words to
The editor in George Earle
Buckle. He succeeded Chenery 111
1884. Its principal proprietor is
Arthur Frascr Walter, who came
! into that honorable estate ten years
later. Its manager is Moberley
Bell. These three, in varying de
grees and ways have given to the
paper a new shade of character.
Its news is the day's news, and
more attractively displayed than
Times news used to be. It leading
articles are brighter and shorter.
Writers for the Times or to the
Times are a legion. II we count
occasional contributors, there can
hardly be a man of eminence in the
Umpire who has not helped to en
rich its columns.
As for the paper's mechanical
equipment, it can be matched in
other offices. The Walter presses
have made way for the American
Hoe fast printer. Compositors no
longer sit, with telephone receivers
helmeted to their ears, type-setting
bv dictation form the House of
Commons, for since the House be
gan to rise at midnight there has
been leisure to report its debates in
ordinary way. But the Times con
tinues to use composing machines
which preserve the patient worked
out by Kastenbeiu under the late
ernor Dole, to take effect when Mr.
Dole retires from office. Mr. Cooper
will associate himself with the law
firm of Kinney it McClanahan.
Mr. Cooper feels that Mr. Carter
as Governor should be free to make
his own appointments to department
offices. It is likely that all other
heads of departments will follow
Mr. Cooper's example in tendering
their resignation, so that Mr. Carter
as Governor will be free to call
about him his personal friends 01
those whom he considers best able
to carry out the contemplated policy
of his administration.
On receiving Mr. Cooper's resig
nation this morning the Governor
transmitted the following letter to
Executive Chamber, Honolulu,
Oct. 31st, 1903.
Hon. H. IJ. Cooper, Supt. of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II.
Sir: Your letter of resignation
to take effect contemporaneously
with my resignation as Governor
has been received.
In accepting same, permit me
briefly to express my enthusiastic
appreciation of your services to the
Executive division of the Govern
ment from the time you gave up a
life position in the courts to take up
the uncertain tenure of Minister of
Foreign Affairs". In these services
in which you have held all of the
leading executive positions, and
sometimes several of them at once,
you have won my confidence in
your ability and your patriotic de
votion to the public interests and
your personal loyalty to me as well.
I cannot forget the several critical
periods in the administration of
public affairs in which jour assis
tance and advice has been "most
valuable and vital.
I wish you all prosperity and
success in the professional work
which I understand you will take
up upon the termination of your
SANFORD B. DOUi.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via llilo Railroad mid Volcano Stages -
a o n a
a "p -3
r W n
5 G ; B .a
" E 3
.a'P B it 5 o
S I n a rs
1 1 yo
5:00 10:30 '11:00
I u 3
j f- re
) lv.. Volcano Stables. .ar )
) llilo. f
lv waiakea ar I
llilo R. It. Depot.
ar Mountain View..,
ar Volcano Iloime...
lv Volcano House.
"Lonntcting with Mauna Loa. JJO11 arrival of Manna Loa.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives llouuapo , Leaves Honuapo
Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Aug. 16
Sunday Aug. 23 Wednesday Aug. 26
Thursday ......Sept. 3 Sunday....! Sept. 6
Time Table of Volcano Stables Singe for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Kvcry Day - - 1
Kxcept Priday Wedn'sd'y P.M. Otherdays
A. M. A. M. p. at, p. jj,
8:00 4:30 lv Volcano Stables ir g 3:00 4:30
9:00 5:30 ar Papaikou ar u 2:00 3:30
10:15 6:.(5 ar Pepeekeo nr 1:00 2:30
11:50 7:30 ar, llouomu ir - 2, 12:15 1:45 .
.5 A. M.
12:00 8:30 nr llakalau lv a 5 11:30 1:00
i 5 c M.
1:00 9:30 ar llouoliiua ar o js 10:30 12:00
t 7 A M
1:30 10:00 ,nr Wniknmalo ar S c ' 10:00 11:30
2:15 10:45 ar Papaaloa nr ui's' ) 9:15 10:30
3:00 11:30 nr Laupahoehoe lv 3 2 S:oo 10:00
Mon. mid 35 "5 Mon. and
Wed- - S Priday
-1-M. , &5E. f A.M.
3:00 12:30 lv Laupahoehoe ar 3 ? 10:00
4:0.1 1:30 ar Ookala ar "- . 9:00
5:00 2:30 ar Kukaiau ar ..14 5 ! S:oo
6:00 3:30 nr Panuilo ar .2 I 7:00
7:00 4:30 ar Honokna nr j?- 5:30
Tiles, and 'j;S'3i Wed. and
rl; 5 &-3 j Sat.
A. M. 315 J l. jj
7:00 lv Honokaa ar 'S g'g 3:15'
8:45 ar Kukuihaele ar "Z 5 1 1:35
2;oo iir....Waimea(Kamuela) ar 6 Sw o I 9:45
4:00 iar Kawailiae lv -;oo
New York, Nov. 2. In a tene
ment house file at Coney Island
twentv-five people were burned to
death and damage estimated at one
million dollars resulted.
ClIAMIIKKLAIX'S COUCH RlJ-
mkdy is intended especially for
coughs, colds, croup, whooping
cough and influenza. It has be
come famous for its cures of these
diseases over a large part of the
civilized world. The most flatter
ing testimonials have been received, I
giving accounts of its good works; j
of the aggravating and persistent
coughs it has cured; of severe colds j
that have yielded promptly to its
soothing effects, and of the danger
ous attacks of croup it has cured,
often saving the life of the child.
The extensive use of it for whoop
ing cough has shown that it robs
that disease of all dangerous results. '
It is especially prized by mothers
because it contains nothing in
jurious aim there is not tlie least
danger in giving it, even to babies.
It always cures and cures quickly'
The llilo Drug Store Sells it.
When the weather is too rough for the Kiu.iu to laud at Laupahoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Honokaa will be held tocouuect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Milium Loa in Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe from llilo is changed to 10:00 a. 111., and
the Uouokaa stage is held ut Lauji-ihoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter mid passengers these singes carry U. S.
Mail, so p itrous may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Managor.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will s.itisfv the most
fastidious wearer of cluthes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trousorings
J Are now arriving. Nearlv all the Spring Patterns will be found
J exclusively at I.iiun.inn's. t
a Call and Look at tho Goods J
' C LEHMAIUN, WAIANUENUE ST. i
Tin; Ideal Mini,
want every man able to hold
illld WhisklCS 'slnHl oppress the weak
his own with the strong, ami also
j want to see the young man able to
J do a man's work in this world, and
j of a type which will not permit im-
I position to be imposed upon him.
I I want to see him too strong of
spirit to submit to wrong, and 011
, the other hand, ashtned to do wrong '
Call and oxamlno our stock ;to others. I want to sec each man
able to hokl his own in the rough
Beer, 10c a Glass
per, lvnglish Mustard,
Allspice, etc. In the meantime we
want to show you the goods at our
The Owl Drug Co., Ltd.
If vou want to
Advertise in newsp qvrs
.ni where .it .ill) tune
i. ill on or write
Hake's Advertising Agency I
t' 5 Mmi'lmiiti KxcliuiiKu I
mssbv f anil
IIK jl ,c
yguylgguilfl ' ISll
! work of actual life outside, and also
when he is nt home, a good man,
unselfish in dealing with wife,
mother and children. Remember
that the preaching does not count
if it is not backed up by practice.
Subscribe for the Tkibunij
Island subscription 2.50.
mm W VI
t g Q) $
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I He Kaowj That lJBly I
I in AGENTS. HONOLULU I
...All kinds of...
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
K. H. PKASK, President
San Prnncisco, Cnl., U. S. A.
Koa Lumber in small and large (pianti.
ties; well seasoned.
Notick Neither the Masters nor I Puriiiture made to order, any slyle
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line" 1 wanted. Ue pairs made on any kind ol
will be responsible for anv debts con- furniture. Prices moderate.
traded b the crew. U. V. GUARD,
llilo, Apiil 16, 1901. 24-
Sorrao Cnbinot Shop.
Appl to JOSH O. SHRUAO.