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TUB WKRKIY HILO TRIMJKR, HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, DKCKMBER 18, 1903.
Aro von easily tired? Is your work
a lini'li'ii' Do ymi often feel weak
11111I faint" Is your appetite pour?
Arn ymi miiI discouraged ' Then
miiii ih.m's in ' tti-il; ;iinl i'iir blood
impure. hii-i.'i1 ! in ! far uwuj
an i:mim:hou'.s tuoijhi.ks.
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a iiiv !-' '" i iiiiri 111111. i ! im . .
roionr, ,s..ntii Ainu wum Iim iiiutni;R.iii i young price was a student at lJoini,
Anil tfili letter I . . ' ..,.
My IiIinnI nflrn lininnoK linpurp rniKliij; I tlint IS, III 1 870 and l880, lie felt
crititlniH (in tlni lii. .ml ny irfiicml mkIimii .,,..,
!fti 1 ill run down fusing lnillin-tloii mill , for tllC first Utile tllC SytlltltOtUS Of
uri'.ildciilllt;. !! M ikr AyiT'iMirali:itilli I . . . ... .
uliirliiiulrlsf) lirnif mi
III of inv tn-utilet
Thcro aro many Imitation "Kirt-jrcrllli
Ho mro )iiii got Ajvr'i.
AltrAyn Iscimi jour 1'imela I i r,-nr.il . ulirlui
with Ajer's l'llu. Tlu'yaro puiclv u-notaMo
not 011 tin! Hut, ami rn--.'C(i!iHtlHtliin,liilloiH
ih'ss, nick lteatMcliv, unit all Ihcr troubles.
Prtpircd bjr Or. J. C. Ajcr t. Co.. Lowell, Mm., U.S.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
W. C. PEACOCK I SALOON
& CO., LIMITED
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
' WINES AND
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
PR UK LUNCH
Draught Boor IO Conts
. When you need a drink call
,at the KEYSTONE, corner
1 Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
I always on hand.
William (if (Irrmaiiy Afllli'tpit Since Morrrnur Mill Try lo .Nu $10,11110
Paris, Nov. 29. A remarkable
article on the malady of the Ger
man Emperor has appeared in an
illustrated weekly, which greatly
adds to the general conviction that
the Kaiser's condition is more criti
cal than is officially allowed.
The author of the article has
several times filled positions of con-1 department. I have snokeii to Mr.
fideticc in the German court func-1 Andrews and asked him to ascertain
tions, which required him to live j where he can best begin to reduce
in the immediate companionship of 1 the expenses of his office and he
the Kaiser when he was a young will go ahead at the earliest oppor
Prince. In part the article is as 1 tunity to cut down expenses.
follows: I "We cannot afford to delay in
"During the two years when the this matter. We must not drift
along but act at once.
"In the departments of Public
Works, and Health the work of re
trenchment must be commenced
"I have had a talk with Colonel
Jones as to whether it is not possible
to save something in his division
of the government. Possibly the
keeper of the Kakaako range could
be dispensed with.
"1 have written the Hawaiian
Promotion Committee, advising
against further drafts. This com
mittee has had $15,000 and has
spent $12,000 and are proceeding
to spend the balance.
"I have seen Mr. Macfarlane,
Kmpositioii Commissioner, audstig
gested that he get along with $10,
000 instead of $30,000. We must
give up Hawaii's building at the
fair altogether, I am afraid. There
may be a possibility of his aband
oning the whole proposition.
"Commissioner of Immigration and
Advertising Agent Lansing, I am
afraid, will have to be asked to re
sign. If we have to cut down ex
penses to the extent of $40,000 a
mouth we will have to cut every
where. "There is no politics in it at all.
"There is no distinction to be
made in favor of or against any
persons or set of persons. Where
ever economy can be wisely pract
ical; whever retrenchment can be
safely made, action must be taken,
and at once.
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
" Mo",ll I TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
Honolulu, Dec. IO. Touching This is the only line of tinges making regularilrips between Kmi nnd Hilontid
necessnrv retrenchment to all de- lnki"K hi the Volcano of Kilaueu.
neccssarj ruruicnmeni to nil ol Qii Thursday uml every .illermite Tuesday pnssetiKers or cxprev. leaving Hllo at
pai uuciiiH ui wie uuvti iiiiiuiii iiic 1 7:00 n. 111. are lauuco 111 euuer raiiaiu or uoiiiiapo me same evening.
Governor said this morning:
"Retrenchment and economy are
necessary all along the line, in all
departments. There must be re
duction in the Attorney General's
Through connections with the steamers Kiniut nnd Miittua I.0.1 me made both on
arrival and departure.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Kuilroad and Volcano Stages :
that malady which today causes
mr nil iii'w' ii. u i- iH'iil il.ni'il nuil " , . .... 1 .
wiukriieii iiy itm im.;.. imt ruinmcM of nut such general disquietude through-
V'UlllUJt Ul" " ll'P 1. IIIVII1 V1JUUI IU lil" r
grand family mcdlcltio." out Germany.
"The trouble manifested itself in
acute pain of the cars and frequent
attacks of insomnia. One of the
affected ears became particularly
painful and after several consulta
tions and conferences a young sur
geon named Walb was selected to
perioral the operation which was
"The operation was successful
for a time, but the aches in the cars
recurred at intervals that were al
most regular, some of the excesses
of pain being so severe that the
young man was obliged to rest
several days in bed.
"Professor Walb was repeatedly
called in and then began to talk of
inflammation of the ear, and one
knows what grave symptoms are
indicated by this word. Sometimes
it means chronic meningitis or
granular meningitis, which weakens
the hearing and causes intense pain
at the least cold. Sometimes com
plete deafness ensues, especially
when there is an internal catarrh.
"Acute inflammation is often
marked by little polypi fringing the
exterior passages of the ear, which
sometimes appear on other delicate
membranes. Such was the com
plaint which attacked the young
prince in 1879 and baffled all the
l science of Professor Walb.
j "The evil not only did not dis
I appear, it was not even checked.
I "Then came the accession and
I death of Frederick III, with its
I consequent changes of scene and
I occupation, and the malady reap-
I "At first the return of the com-
1 plaint was hidden from the public.
j Another operation was performed
1 without the German people being
1 told of it.
' "The surgeon in this case was
I Dr. Trautmatin and the operation
was successful for a time, but the
HilO EleCtriC Light CO., Ltd. fatigues of travel and of multiplied
occupations luiulreu a radical cure.
?g.s. 8ss .3 8. 85 .z& 2
lirgilallg. Isg. 1 I I'
?l1j$21 1 ill J. s
A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. STATIONS ! A. M. P.M. P.M. A.M.
7:00 j 3:00 j 7ux, 300 (''"-"'j, 5:45 M5 9M5
, ., ' .,,, ., j Iv Walakea.. ar I
7-30 j 3.30 7:3 3.30 j Hilo K. U. Depot. Ho:3 530 53" W
a.30 j 4:30 I 8:30 4:30 ar Mountain View lv 8:30 4:30 4:30 8:30
i:3 I 7:30 ii!3 7!3 nr Volcano House Iv 5:30 1:30 1:30 5.30
Weil. I Prl. Sun. Sun. Tim.
P.M. 1 A.M. A.M. A.M. ,P.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
12:15 ' 5:0 6:00 5:00 Iv Volcano House nr 41-50 11:45 4:V 4!V
I I (A.M. A.M. A.M.
5:00 10:30 11:00 10:30 ar Pallida Iv 10:30 6:00 10:30 10:10
P.M. ' Sun.
1 P.M. 12:30 P.M.
6:00 112:30 2:00 ar Hileu ar 9:30 2:30 9:30
7:00 1 2:00' J ar Honuapo Iv tj j
Connecting with Manna I.oa. JOn arrival of Mattna I.o.i.
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Sunday Dec. 6 Wednesday...
mursuay uec. 17 Humlay
Sunday.'. Dec. 27 Wednesday..
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules ol the Na
tional Hoard of l'tre Underwriters.
A complete stock of
J. C. SERRAO,
Again and again the malady ap
peared, and it was by this malady
of the ears that the throat was at
tacked. When this new complica
tion' was certain, Dr. Letithold, the
doctor who had cared for, but not
cured, the Emperor Frederick III,
was called in.
"Possibly because of the sad
souvenirs connected with Dr. Leti
thold and the year 1888, surgeon
Pixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
I Lamps, etc., always on hand.
j Fan Motors . . . $15
I Fan Motors, swivel frame, 8
1 Snulnf Mnnhlnn Mntnr 90
j Power for operating them 51 a month Piaii Moritz Schmidt was
atuieti to me council, aim 11 was ue
who operated upon the Kmperor
the first time, two mouths ago, an
operation that was kept secret.
"One can easily see into the
Admiral (llierurdl Djlnir.
New Haven, Dec. 10. Rear Ad
miral Ghcrardi, U. S. N. retired, is
dying of diabetes.
Rear Admiral Bancroft Ghcrardi
entered the navy in 1846 and retired
in 1S94. In the Civil War he won
honors at Mobile bay and elsewhere.
He was in Honolulu first in 1875
on the flagship Pensacola, Admiral
Almy, and while temporarily resid
ing on Nuuanu avenue, his son,
the present I.ieut. Ghcrardi, U. S.
N., was born. Admiral Gherardi
was here before his retirement.
Culler for llmwill.
Washington, Dec. 10. The Sen
ate Committee on Commerce pre
sented a report today favoring an
appropriation of $225,000 for a
revenue cutter to be stationed at
J'rlduy Widn'sd'y P.M. Otlierdays
1 j 1
A. M. , p. M. i. m.
43" Iv Volcano Slables nr g 3:00 4:30
5:30 "" Papaikon ar t, ' 2:00 3:30
6:45 'nr Pepeekeo nr S c i:x 2:30
7:30 t Hoiioiiui ar' - 12:15 1:45
j . Z ' A. M.
8:3" ur Hakalau Iv B 11:30 1:00
? - M.
9:30 ar llouoliinn ar o oS , 10:30 12:00
c A. M.
10:00 ar Waikamalo ar S2c 10:00 11:30
:45 r Pap.ialoa ar .'5V 9:15 10:30
11:30 lur I.aupahoehoe Iv ajj. J S:oo 10:00
1 2 .2 "5 1 Mon. and
I .5 ' Priday
&5EL ', a.m.
12:30 lv I.aupahoehoe ar 5 ?. I 10:00
1:30 ar Uokala ir "'.E 9:00
2:30 ar Kukaiuu nr -.'-?. , 8:00
3:30 ar Paauilo ar -t .5 j 7:00
4:30 ar Houokiia ar j?-,""W 5:30
! -5 50 I Wed.uud
lv Houokaa ar . 3:15
ar Kukuihaele nr C 2 ? f 1:35"
ar....Waimea (Kamuel.i) nr 0 Sx c 9:45
ar Kawaihae lv 7:00
1 1 150 ,
When the weather is too rough for the Kiuau to land at I.aupaliOL-hoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, ami
llii; Wednesday stage irom i.uupatioeiioe to uouoKua win ue Held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mattna I.oa in Honuapo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laup.ihoehoe from Hilo is changed to '10:00 a. in., and
the Houokaa stage is held at Lnupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from cirrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so parous tuny rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious nearer of clothes The
i Latost in Spring Suitings and Trousorings j
J Are now arriving Nearl) all the Spring Patterns will be found J
r exclusively at I.eimiann's. r
j Call and Look at tho Goods i
n. I P MM ANN WAIANIIPNIIF ST
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
Prico of Lamps Roducod.
16-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each
ufM r mum n, nn i u
II HI. U. Ill II 111 . UU.j LLU. Kstiiuates furnished on all classes ol
( I;ieclrical Work and Contracts taken to gravity of the Kmperor's condition
Install apparatus complete. , by rca(HB between the lines ol the
Ollgar i.HaCLOrS, present bulletins. They prescribe
PnmiTikcinn Atrfn1i ! - IT" an absolute repose, they prescribe
" ! FA H KANShhK ! the patient from riding on horse
Sole Agents for , back, from drinking, from eating
National Cane Shredders. ""H,m"n,,Blonf KAUUAUJi ;Spicedfood, and, above all, from
Alex. Cross' & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
I2G KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Main j
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, f 200,000.
I'liACOCK W.OCK, HILO.
1'. I'liCK I'rtKlilctit.
C. C. Kl'.NNHDV Vlce-I'rcs.
JOHN T. MC)lK..iml Vicc-1'n-it.
C. A. BTOIIIK Cnslik-r.
A. K. SUTTON Srcittary.
J, S. Ciumrlo, Joint J. (irncr,
1'. S. I.yiuuti, II. V. I'.itU-n,
Win. 1'ull.ir. W. II. Sliiiimin.
Urv ICxcIiunije on
The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Purgo & Co, Hank. ..Sail Praucisco
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cumeron is prepared to give esti
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work
ud to guarantee all work done.
1 talking. Much has been said of
1 the subdued tones in which the
Emperor has to speak, but, as a
Nt,,.n-..i,i., in- Mn.,..,.".7r!mnUcroffnql' lle UnH ,,lv , WeR. I'nrRo & Co'b Ilniik NewVo.k
Agent of vusvls of the "Matsott Line" able to pronounce a few words in a , The National Hank of the Ue-) ,,,,
...sit 1... ni.. -.. 1..1.1.. , ....1.11.. fi-iiicag
.... .u- iL-ipmMiiii.- 101 iinv iiki i.iu-1 ,,, ue, voice." ' i""""-
tracltd by the crew. It. V. GUARD, .C.lyu... Mills, Currie & Co
. .... ...
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24- I,,.,. ., T Hongkong. Shanghai Hank-( Hongkong,
ing vjorporaiioii )
GIJO. MUMHV, Mgr.
Front St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Huildiug
Planing, Mouloitig, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window 1'rames, etc
WATHR TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds of Puruiturc,
Store Pittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and
made as good as new, nt easy rates.
Maiiulncturer ol School Seats, Chinch Pews, and Redwood Outlets, all size
Washington, Dec. 9. It
. .learned today that Governor Carter's I Hougkong-Sliaughai Hank- (Shanghai,
If vnil nnf fn Ei .request that the salary of Hawaii's; 'K Corporation uu.ia.
it )UU Waill IU fc p.nvnrnnr nilvntiped from cnoo I IIonukifiiL'-Slinui'luii Hank- ) Vokohania
Ads.rtise .n nt'ttsp ipvls , .n . n wno ,.,. n nrt. ,nll ing Corporation inn ' ' " ''
last. At the same time Mr. Carter
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39G
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and European Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
.m where at ,ui tiuic
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I .III (ill Ol I IlL- J
Ii. C. Pake's Adverlisimr Awncv 1 urKe(l l,,al t,,e salnries of circuit
n "Ti - . .-.
hi r, m r. limit . i:xliitup- J ; tJourt Judges De llicreasetl to j,.)ooo Uenled by the Month or Year,
AN rHKNCIBDO CAL. t I I .
I ' a yeaf .
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
ticulurs on Application,
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT