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THK WEEKLY HLI.O TRIHUNK, 1HII.O, HAWMI, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1903.
Waiakea Boat House1 "I Roughed It
99 1 lMtltTO HUM) COITrX (IIWMVIIHS
K.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HI 1,0
HAVlt NOW A FLF.KT OF
and Small Boats
FOR 1'UllUC HIRF.
rassengers and baggage tnkcil to nnd
from vessels in the linrbor nt reasonable
rates. Launches nml rowboata to hire 1
tor private picnics nml moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine-
Self-starter and reversible engine. In 1
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sites from yi h. p. upwards.
Boats fitted with this engine or frames ot
any siie to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Malinger. '
Many of us have to work hard all day
long. Wo cannot caro for omsolvei as .
vf 0 would. No woudur our blood gets
out ui tiiuui, uuuiimus miu uuii iiiiiiiiu
Till produces bolls, uruptions, nervous
uoss, Indigestion, und greut weakness
We lime t'.m ilioM(;Mi'!i and letter from
Mr. Julia lUfuiT, of Wjkk.1 W.IKRJ, New
SuUtll Wnlcd. reiil.iteftl'ly li.it lieiujn
" I Ii3u roil' il "t ci fvM ilMl, mliilii,',
0rVh.1t .11 ptoi.ix i"ii I t' ttiu lica, a'nl
line .'(till Iml ki In . Mv liiiiou fr
l trull, I 'cnti uiij i.n'.u I'll li'i-rui'tluti
l'll. ami btiu.ni hvni'taliy run douu IK
.fl Siriu I'. tl.f lvc1 1 r.f ) 1) it
time. nnie. ni In nil u I i ' I tl i n
n r 1 a
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Lights Installed f
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete slock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, fled nml Desk I
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motors, swivel frame, 18 j
Sowing Machine Motor 20 '
Power for operating them ft n mouth ' For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY! I atiiuiously approved to solicit
Price. of Lamps Roducod. i "" once from tlie authorities of the
16-C. P. Lamps, 25c EachlFYSTONE
Estimates furnished on all classes ol '' m. kJ M. J M4
Electrical Work nnd Contracts taken to (
install apparatus complete.
Ttiero are many luiiutlan " fttrsaparlllaa."
Ho aure you got Ayor'.
Tako Ayer's l'llls with the Karsapurllb.
They aid In urirlir the blood; and they
euro constipation and lilllousnesa.
Prtparcd by Dr. J. C. k)tt a Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
The Old Reliable .Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Open from 5 A.M. to' 11 P.M.
Draught Boor 10 Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Pouohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
At Moderate Prices. I
Mixed and Fancy Drinks i
Exi'uuiUNCKD Mixologists '
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
MSSmmSSm bottled and
WH.B. IRWIN & CO., Ltd. 0U(lrai,ht
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders, j
Baldwin Locomotives, .
Alex, Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Metal Worker. i
Mr. Cameron is prepared to givu est!
mutes 011 alt kinds of Plumbing Work 1
ami to uaraatee ull work done.
OiguiiUo mid Ask for Hrmls.tlon of
'Plio tn(TiM itrntvpro nf I'nrto .lilrn
, .... . . --.-
arc tnnking n determined cllort to
secure n share of the United Suites
market. Titer nre ngressive in
every movement to help the Island
growers and have recently asked
the government of Porto Rico for
A mass meeting of the coffee
growers and coffee merchants of the
whole island look place 011 the 20th
and 21st days of September last in
the rooms of the Banco Territorial
I Agricola for the purpose of organiz
ing an Association to work for the
development and the welfare of the
codec interests and to solicit the
Government's protection in cases
where this might be necessary and
to better the conditions of cultiva
tion of coffee and its markets.
Said assembly appointed a Ccu
1 tral Board of Organizations which
j remained in charge of compiling the
j rules and by-laws of the association
, and to report upon the different
I propositions which may be present
I ed and to take such urgent steps as
may be deemed necessary.
j Among this latter, figures a peti
' Hon made by a great number of the
members of the association and un
land that the attachment made this
1 present time on many coffee estates
I for the payment of taxes due be
j suspended with the view that these
payments be made with the pro
j ceeds of the present crop which is
about to commence, thus avoiding
the sale of said properties at public
auction and the ruination cf a great
number of tax payers who, penni
less and without credit cannot at
present pay said taxes.
The Central Board of Organiza
tion has studied the point with the
utmost attention, taking on out
side, into account the requirements
of the Government, especially those
of the municipalities of the Islaiul
and, on the other the great conflict
brought about by the enforced liqui
dation at this time of the taxes
owed by the estates.
The study of this question con-
j viuces us that it is most reasonable
to ask ths Government to order the
suspension of said attachments and
executions of unpaid taxes on coffee
estates in the following manner:
That the payment of taxes ma
tured corresponding to the last six
months of the present fiscal year be
not enforced by judicial process un
til the end of December of this year,
and that those pending from the
two previous fiscal years be neither
collected by judicial process until
the end of February next.
j For the purpose of presenting this
I petition and to further same per-
sonally before the Honorable Gov
ernor and the Honorable Treasurer
of Porto Rico, the four members of
this Central Board of Organization
, who sign this petition, have been
' commissioned to perform the duty
with all the interests involved in
; this important matter, we refer,
1 firstly, to the kind offers made tons
by this Government in the Honor
able Acting Governor's letter ad
dressed to the Coffee Growers and
Merchants Association, the associa
tion being its work.
It is but fair to recognize that the
coffee wealth of this island has suf
fered a great deal and this due more
than the effects of the disastrous
hurricane of August 1899, to the
lack of consuming markets on ac-
' count of the change of nationality
j of the island and also to the fall of
, coffee prices and reduction of credit
I and it is therefore entitled to an
official protection which might, as
much as possible, remedy such evils.
i The only argument against our
i petition might be the necessity of
j revenue for the municipalities ami
Call and oxamlno our stock although we recognize the justice
of that necessity, it is also true that
within a few mouths and without
much effort, coffee will be able to
"tjQigggBKSBBHBMaHft 1 "J l wags uuu iniu iiic jiuuuiiii
compulsion of payment would not
in many cases give to the municipal
treasurer the money they need but
only the burden of estates, the value
of which would be considerably
1 lessened to the great prejudice of
1 1. 1.... :i..i:.:....'
muse auiuc imuutii'iiiiiicn.
C. Baddaky, Prop.
Beer, 10c a Glass
Salil to lit (,'n ui cil by I In- I)
hlsky and Tobacco.
The crusade which the railroads
of the country are carrying on
against the use of intoxicating
liquors und tobacco by employes en
gaged in operating trains is partly
due to the fact, not generally known,
that the poisons contained in the
proscribed articles produce color
blindness, which is a fatal defect in
unginemen, firemen and trainmen.
For more than twenty years the
diseases of tobacco cudlyopia and
alcohol cndlyopia. as they are called,
have been recognized by the oculists
as the most insidious and difficult
with which they have to deal.
Through the employment of official
oculists the existence, growing pre
valency and terrible results of these
diseases have become familiar to the
managements of many large rail
According to one of the railroad
specialists cndlyopia was rarely
found in this country fifteen years
ago, but was quite prevalent in
Kuropean and Southern countries
prior to that. Now oculists of
good practice in this country have
to deal with quite a large number
of cases yearly, the increase being
due to the increase in nicotine and
alcohol infection. Ktidlyopia in its
first stages ptoduces slightly failing
vision, often a smarting of the eyes,
but is not marked in effect. The
disease does not progress far, how
ever, before scotoma, or color blind
ness, makes its appearance. Cer
tain portions of the eye are unable
to recognize the colors green and
red, which are used in railroading
as danger and cautionary signals.
To certain portions of the eye these
colors will appear drab, yellow,
black or some other color. As the
victim cannot recognize this defect
himself an engineer or fireman
might possess it for mouths and not
know that he was misinterpreting
signals unless an accident occurred.
Unless taken in time cndlyopia
produces total blindness by killing
the optic nerve. If a cure is effected
and the patient continues the use of
tobacco or liquor, as the case may
be, the disease is very likely to re
cur, when it is still more difficult of
cure. Chicago Record-Herald.
Pekin, Nov. 9. The old Empress
Dowager is making preparations for
a hastv flight. She fears trouble in
the present difficulties between Ja
pan and Russia.
CiiAMnKRLAix's Cough Rk
miuv 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,
giving accounts of its good works;
of the aggravating and persistent
coughs it has cured; of severe colds
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 ami there is not the least
danger in giving it, even to babies.
It always cures and cures quickly'
The Hilo. Drug Store Sells it.
. r Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STACE ROUTES.
This is the only line of stages making icgular.trlps between Rati nnd Hilo nnd
taking in the Volcano of Kllntica.
On Thursday nnd every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo nt
7:00 a. in. are lauded in either Pabala or Honunpo the tame evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kiiiiiu and Manna Loa aie niiitlc both on
arrival unit departure.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad nnd Volcano Stages :
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a ' o tt.'
c 5 a a S1
nCll a .ti a
a .9 'S
1 7 aSS
4tJ TS I O
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Pi ' r
t !- -T
a a a
a "" " t!
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A. M. I P.M.
P. M. '
T 5 O
a o a.
a 1 a
j lv....,..Walakea nr I
1 Hilo R. R. Depot, f
ar Mountain View lv
ar Volcano House lv
lv Volcano House ar
nr Palinln -...lv
ar II ilea nri 9:30
nr Honunpo lv Xt
'Connecting with Manna Loa. On arrival of Mauna Loa.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Honuapo , Leaves Honunpo
iU,'. 13 ! Sunday Aug.
Auk. 23 ! Wednesday Am?. 26
Sept. 3 1 Sunday Sept. 6
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Wedn'sd'y P. M.
lv Volcano Stables nr
nr Papaikou ar
nr rencekeo ar
nr Houoiuu nr
ar Haknlau lv
ar Hoiiobiua nr
ar Wniknmalo nr
ar Papnalon nr
nr Lnupalioelioe lv
lv Lnupalioelioe nr
ar uoknla ar
ur Kukniau nr
ar l'aauilo ar
ar Houokna nr
ar Knwniunc v
tfi S si
B 5 a
U O B
7i rt 5 o
S CI p
When the weather is too rough for the Kiuait to land nt Lmipnhoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, mid
the Wednesday stage from Laiipaboehoe to Honokaa will be held toconnect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauna Loa in Honunpo on Sundavs, the
leaving time of the stage for Laiipaboehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 n. 111., nnd
the Honokaa stage is held at Laiipaboehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter nnd passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRICHT, Managor.
JO. IvJSHlVlJVK I
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce n garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latost in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively nt Lehmauu's.
Call and Look at the Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
If you want to
Advertise in newspapers
an where at anytime
tall on or write
E. C. Hake's Advertising Agency
111 1 a aU'ri'iiuiiiH r.xcuuntru
SAN FRANCIBOO CAL.
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f5 ? .S o c .
I ? 59 8 2.5P 00 j
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'E have received by the "Rosecrans" a
large assortment of Lace Shoulder
Capes and Deep Collars with Stole
Fronts. These goods are sent on approbation
and will remain on exhibition for a short time
only. The prices are unusually low for the
class of goods, and the opportunity presents
itself to select your Christmas presents a little
ahead of time, but with the certainty of not
L. TURNER CO., Ltd. - HILO
Band made Saddles and Rainess
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.