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JAS. M. SHAMANS, the well
known wntclinnikcr Is to lie found
here, anil will turn nut nil work in
. uiMoilnle manner AM WORK
Opposite Peacock & Co.
in it (!.vkti:u iturusi:.
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t I n opened n shop on Witintiucnue
street, in t 1 1 Demosthenes' Ciilc, where
1 Bin reii.l to niiike
GOOD HARNESS and
English Saddles a Spocinlty
W. A. TODD.
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No 39.
BRIDOE St. HlI.O, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hilo, II. I
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
Wc have added a Starr
Oval and Circle Machine
to onr Framing Depart
ment ... Over one hundred
styles of Moulding con
stautly carried in stock
Wall, Nichols Co.
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
.. Sucking Pigs.
Makes Finest Hread.
Fresh Rolls and Buns
always o hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding aud Parly
New location at Mountain View
next to Depot
Wines and Beers
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
llurk St. Cut hurl 11c,
Hark Amy Turnrr,
llurk Martha Davis,
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
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Ilonohilu, Nov. 28. An filter
csting story is going the rounds re
garding Governor Carter's demand
for the resignation of the heads of
departments and his statement that
he would not accept office unless all
the department heads signified their
willingness to quit if he wanted
When Kepoikai balked there was
a general feeling that the then
Governor-designate would not make
good in his threat to put aside the
glories of the Governorship, to say
nothing of its emoluments of nerve
racking cares. Some thought he
was too anxious for the place and
others that he would he foolish to
refuse the position though he were
forced into the position of having
to take back water on his original
This story has it that Mr. Carter
actually did make good his promise
aud cabled the President that he
did not care under the circum
stances to take the office. The re
sponse to this was that he go ahead
and write the President the particu
lars, and on this basis he went
ahead. There are varying opinions
on what will be the result of this
bill of particulars. Some believe it
indicates that the administration
will father an amendment to the
Organic Act carrying out ex-Gov
ertior Dole's recommendation that
the executive be empowered to re
move department heads from office
without the consent of the Terri
So far as new officials arc con
cerned Governor Carter has solved
this problem by having the resigna
tions of nil officials in his hands as
soon as they are appointed. Every
Gubernatorial appointee is under
stood to have resigned at the will
of the Governor and it is possible
for lightning changes to be made in
the whole staff at any time the
Governor sees fit.
In this connection the Governor
is said to have said: "I have the
reins now and I am going to be my
own driver. I will be responsible
for the team. If it is too weak I'll
set a new one. If one horse is
weak, I'll drop him out and get
another in his place." This is an
other way of putting what the Gov
ernor said in his inaugural, so that
whether it is quoted correctly after
HAWAIIAN HUUAIt (,'ltUI'.
Statement or Yield N11111 Mriilt'iiilirr
ill), I1I0!!, In October 1. MIOH.
Hawaii Mill Co 1,503
Wuiakea Mill Co 9,954
Hilo SuarCo 13. to!
Otiotneu Suuar Co Ji472
l'cpeekco Sugar Co 6,000
Hotiomu Sugar Co 0,384
Haknlau Plantation C 11,393
Laupahochoe Sugar Co 4,856
Ooknla Sugar Plantation Co 3,942
Kukaiau Plantation Co 1,746
Kukaiatl Mill Co 1,746
Hatnakua Mill Co 6,950
Paauhau Sugar Plantation Co 9.'36
Hotioknn Sugar Co 8,587
I Pacific Sugar Mill 6.059
NItilii Mill anil Plantation 1,903
Halawa Plantation 1,860
Kolmln Sugar Co 5,409
Union Mill Co 3,3o
Haw! Mill 5563
Konn Sugar Co 1,850 '
J. Q. 5ERRA0
I am ready to meet the whole
sale ilcmamls of the trade
with a new aud large slock
of tlie best brumhof . . . .
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation Co.. 7,537
Sole Agents for the
J. C. SERRAO
Hawaiian Agricultural Co 18,888 '
Puakca Plantation 366
Olaa Sugar Co '5.030,
Punn -tMtfiir Pn i.ftnr I
puako pfantation 550 1 Wholesale Liquor Merchant,
Kipahulu Sugar Co I 622
Haua Plantation Co 4,922 '
Haiku Sugar Co 6,397
Paia Plantation 7,856 1
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co. 33,230 -
Wailuku Sugar Co 7.49'J j
Olowalu Co 843
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd 16,530'
Kihei Plantation Co., Ltd 5.629!
Maul Sugar Co 257'
Rand made Saddles and harness
Watmanalo Sugar Co 3,218
Laie Plantation 724
Kahuku Plantation Co 8,212
Waialua Agricultural Co 19,800
Waianae Co 5,348
Kwa Plantation Co 33.162
Apoku.i Sugar Co 610
Oalui Sugar Co 29,256
Honolulu Plantation Co 20,736
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co 3,012
Makee Sugar Co 8,215
Liliue Plantation Co 1 1.375
Grove Kami Plantation 1,896
Kolo.-i Sugar Co 4.823
Mcllryde Sugar Co 11,922
Hawaiian Sugar Co 10,324
Gay & Robinson 1,645
Wnimca Sugar Mill Co 540
Kekaha Sugar Co 7,064
Kstate V. Knuris.cn 666
Grand total 437,991
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
WE WILL JON D YOU
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
General Agents for
The United States Fidelity and Guaranty Co.
ASSETS OVER $3,000,000.00.
Issues Surety llonds for federal and Territorial Office Holders, Hank
Cashiers nud Clerks. Mercantile Kmployccs, Contractors, Administra
tors, Gu.mliaus, and General Judicial Bonds.
P. O. BOX 34G,
Indianapolis, Nov. 28. A family
of four here has died from eating
Teintsin. Nov. 25. The Russians
having been passed around, or was have occupied liaiching, a place
the manufacture of a rumorologist, !e:h. m;les from Port Arthur.
Call at Tribune Office
'Uncle Sam's Cigar Store
HILO, - - - HAWAII
it probably fits the Governor's in
tentions at the outset of his career.
Comments on the Governor's
action during his first week in of
fice would make mighty interesting-reading
if they could all be as
sembled. The Holloway appoint
ment has probably furnished the
largest tid-bit for the community to
chew upon on account of the nois
iest opposition apparently coining
from the house of what has been
considered Carter's personal friends.
P. C. Jones is said to have been one
of the opposition in this instance.
While some back the opposition,
others express their satisfaction that
, Carter had the backbone to turn
down Jones aud Jack McCandless.
Kven the opposition is ready to
, await results now that the appoint
ment has been made. Competent
.engineers, in commenting on the'
appointment, remark that although
Holloway is not verv well known
to the people at large, he knows I
his business aud is particularly well
fitted to handle the problems which I
are special features of his depart-1
An elderly gentleman remarked
the other day that Carter's attitude
on appointments, as he read it in
the papers, was something like An
drew Jackson's ideas. When peo
pie objected to Jackson's appoint
ments "Old Hickory" responded
"I am responsible" and let it go at
London, Nov. 28. Lord Roberts
is said to have decided to resign on
account of continued ill health.
Rome, Nov. 28. The anti-Austrian
demonstrations in Italy con
tinue: Students aud police have
San Domingo, Nov. 28. United
States Minister Powell has refused
to recognize the provisional govern
ment of Jiminez.
Oakland, Cal., Nov. 28. In a
duel of police with burglars during
the night, Officer Smith and one
burglar were killed.
New York, Nov. 25. A daughter
has been born to Mrs. W. K. Van-
derbilt, Jr., who was formerly Miss
Fair of San Francisco.
To cull your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.
J. C. Ohlamlt,
J. A. Uuck
C. II. Uuck
London, Nov. 25. The Duk
Devonshire has made a vigorous
attack upon the position taken by
Chamberlain and Halfour in their
Washington, Nov. 25. President
Roosevelt, Senator Piatt and Gov
ernor Odell of New York, are in
conference here and have agreed to
JN. OHLANDT & CO.
MANUFACTIIKKKS AND Dl'.At.KKS in
Of Eoery Description.
in New York
To Pkkvunt Ckoui-, begin in
time. The first symptom is hoarse-1
ness; this is soon followed by a
peculiar rough cough, which is;
easily recognized and will never be '
forgotten by one who has heard it. I
(The time to act is when the child j
Wood Derails Moron. j firsl becomes hoarse. If Chamber-!
Manila, Nov. 24. The American Iain's Cough Remedy is freely
forces, commanded by General given, all tendency to croup will
Wood, made a successful attack soon disappear. Even after the
Sulphide of 1'olusli,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,.
Muriate of l'otash,
Nitrate of Soda,
127 Market Street.
High (J rade Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo Sts
ROBERT INNES LILLIE ul)01 t insurgent Moros of Jolo. icroupy cough has developed, it will
IUoiter of Island I'rodiiri-.
Hooks Kept ami Audited.
Room !, Spruukidb' Mock, Hilo
I he Americans swept over the
Moro defences, captured the posi
tion and scattered the enemy. Sev
enty-five Moros were killed.
Americans lost only one man
prevent the attach. 1 Here is no
danger in giving this remedy as it
contains nothing injurious. It al-
The I ways cures and cures quickly. The
I Hilo Drug Store sells it.
Certificate of. Atmlybis iiccomp.inics our bliipim-iits, which we uiirautec
to be correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
OKUEKS FILLED AT SHOUT NOTICE