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TUB WKBKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 87, 1903.
Watches and Jewelry
AM. KINDS OI IKUKMtN
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1 M.J. DeGouvea's
JAS. M SHAMANS, the well
known watchmaker, is to be found
here, and will turn out nil work in
up-to-date manner AM. WORK
Opposite Peacock & Co., HII.O
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgk St. H11.0, II.
Pacific Heat Markel
Front St., Hilo, II. 1
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Makes Finest Bread.
Fresh Rolls and Buns
always o hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party Cahes
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Hark St. Catharine,
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A HUNTS. 1111,0.
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W. A. TODD'S
I l.,.v opened n Ml.,, on Walanucnue
street. 1 -i in Demosthenes' Cnle, where
I am rein 10 make
GOOD HARNESS and
English Sadtllos a Specialty
W. A, TODD.
We have added a Stan
Oval and Circle Machine
to our Framing Depart
ment ... Over one hundred
styles of Moulding con
stantly carried in stock
Wall, Nichols Co.
New location nt Mountain View
next to Depot
Wines and Beers
J. R. CASPAR
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Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
HILO, - - - HAWAII
ROBERT INNES LILLIE
Exporter of Island Produce.
Hooks Kept and Audited.
Room I, Spreckelh' lllock, U:lo
CAM'. IN HII.O III.STItllT.
llilcr Surrey of Flelils ami .Mills 011
Kukninu, Ilnmnkttn, Hawai
Editor Stat: The cane in the
iHilo district, notwithstanding the
Heavy rnnis, and leal hopper, is
, h,oklllB in ""P".1' coildllioil. And
'almost nil of this improvement is
, (,ue ,0 t,(. j,,lr0(iucton 0f tl,e Cale-
donia sugar cane. A variety that
so far as I can learn, sttpasses any
'thing ever introduced into these is-
lands. This new variity has been I chamber standing, an impressive
planted on almost every plantation silence following while the new
in these two districts; and it is said, judge affixed his signature to the
that the enormous yield of the Ono-; document.
mca plantation of nearly 14,0001 Before the hour appointed the
tons of sugar, is mainly due to the court room began to fill and on the
foresight of the manager in select- stroke of 10 every Government do
ing this variety of cane, in place ofipartment was represented, Circuit
Lahaina and Rose bamboo.
The new plant cane in the Pepee
keo and the Houomu plantation is
looking in fine condition, and the
same may be said of all the planta
tions from Olaa to Laupahoehoe.
One good thing with this variety of
cane, is the fact that the first, and
at limes the second ratoon, gives a
better stand or crop, than the first
plant cane. Great improvement is
also found in the mills, Olaa easily
taking the lead. This mill is one
of the finest I have ever seen, and
is not only well designed and fiin
ished, but is kept up to date in every
thing. This mill has a good sys
tem of chemical control, so that
there is no possibility of waste.
And in fact, every thing about the
mill seems to be done in first class
manner, and is capable of doing a
large amount of work. It has also
one of the finest and best equipped
machine shops on the Island. The
Onomea Sugar Company mill is al
so fast coming to the front, and it
is doubtful if its last year's run can
be beat by any mill of its size, in
The crystalizers that were main
ly built 011 the place, out of old
juice tanks, were found to be an
immense improvement. Their sys
tem of water wheels, and electric
machinery, which will equal when
finished, 230 horse power, is also a
move in the right direction. Their
sugar elevator and forced draft is
said to be a great improvement over
old styles. At the Laupahoehoe
mill, and at the Pepeekeo mill alter
ations are being made by changing
the machinery from the main en
trance to" the sides of the mill,
which will give more room and
light, and add greatly to the ap
pearance of the mills. At the Wai
akea mill are seen many improve
ments, labor saving devices which
are said to permit them to dispense
with quite a number of men. The
Wainaku mill too, seems to have
done some most remarkable work.
This mill in consequence of its late
start in 1902 had to grind 19
months, of two seasons without
stopping and ground in that time
, 23,800 tons. This work consider
ing the size and design of the mill,
I breaks the record. The mills in
I the Haniaktia district are being re
1 modeled and put in excellent shape
for the coming season. At the
Paauhau mill a new nine-roller mill
is being put in, as well as other
improvements. There is a good
deal of talk of putting in drying
machines for drying sugar but so
far no one takes the lead, though
its said that the Waialua Sugar
Company gamed one per cent 111
polarization just by drying their
sugar dv tins new method. It is
generally supposed that the Cale
donia cane has a lower sugar con
tent, or less saccharine than other
varieties, but from an experiment
made at the Paauhau mill we learn
that it takes but 7'i tons of cane to
make a ton of sugar, against 9 tons
of the Rose bamboo. Another uood
thing about the Caledonia cane, is lous attacks of croup it has cured,
the fact that it holds its own, often saving the life of the child,
against tbe leaf hopper, and it was j The extensive use of it for whoop
found that some of the cane that jK cough has shown that it robs
had been supposed to be almost that disease of all dangerous results,
destroyed by these pests yielded 4 ' It is especially prized by mothers
tons sugar per acre. hecause u , ,, ,
Yours very truly, . . ., . , , .
GKORGR OSHORNR. Junous n" there ,s ot t1"-' ltast
- - danger in giving it, even to babies.
Washington, Nov. 17. The bill 1 It always cures and cures quicklyj
providing a revenue cutter for Ila-1 The Hilo Drug Store Sells it.
waii was again introduced in Cong-' m
ress today. The bill was before the ' ,.,,
last Connress but failed to secure : Subscribe for the I uimjnk
.IIIIMli: SANr'OKO II. IMIMI.
,011111 of UIHec AdmliiMtiri'il lij Chh-r
Honolulu, Nov. 19. Federal
Judge Snnford H. Dole took the
oath of office at 10 o'clock this
morning in the United St.ites Dis
trict Court room, in the presence of
several hundred persons, members
of the bar, jurors, Government offi
cials, Federal officers and private
Chief Justice Frcar administered
the oath, all present in the crowded
judges, Supreme justices, attorneys,
legislators, gr nd and petit jurors,
prominent business men and politi
cians, and a host of others were on
hand to witness the proceedings.
Now Acting-Governor George K.
Carter was in attendance.
Among the ladies seated in the
audience were Mrs. San ford B.
Dole, Mrs. W. F. Frear. Mrs. Alex
ander G. Hawes, Mrs. I.orriu An
drews anil Miss Ksther Warner.
The Chief Justice, robed" in black
judicial gown, with the judge-to-be, '
entered the court room from the ad
joining chambers and, facing each '
other near the clerk's desk, their
right bauds taised, the justice ail
ministered the oath, after which the
chief of the Supreme Court con
ducted the new judge to the bench. '
Judge Dole seated himself in tiie
middle one of three seats, Justice
Frear occupying his position on the
judge's right. On Judge Dole's
left there was a vacant seat draped 1
in mourning the chair formerly
ocedpied by the late Judge Morris
M. Estee. - ;
A vase of yellow, red and white
roses decorated the desk in front of j
the central seat. '
Judge Dole ordered the U. S. ,
Marshal to open court and Mr. E.
R. Hendry proceeded to do so. J
The court then, addressing to 1
gentlemen of the bar, stated that it !
was with a great deal of satisfaction
that it entered upon its duties, stat
ing that, with the assistance of
members of the profession it would
strive for the promotion of justice
between man and man and that, ,
bench and bar together, good work
could be accomplished toward those ,
high ends for which courts were
V. O. Smith, welcomed Judge
Dole to the bench in the name of
the Hawaiian Bar association, ex
pressing pleasure at the appoint
ment of the President and charac
terizing the choice of the nation's
head as an honor to the community,
deeming it most fitting and appro
priate that Sauford B. Dole should
be called to the Federal bench after
so long a service of honor and high
ideals in one capacity and another.
"We feel assured," said Mr. Smith,
"that the same great regard of
justice and mercy, which has char
acterized your past, in legislative
and administrative duties, will rule
in your performance of the judicial
duties you are now sworn to fulfill.
"There are no duties higher than
the judicial "
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"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
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