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T1IR VKHKI,Y HII.U TRIBUNH, 1111,0, HAWAII. IMtlDAY. DKCKMBER 35, 1903.
All Run Down
A I.O.ST OH'OUTUNITY.
,Tlic lies! Thliiics 011 tint .Market .Need
Whim vniir vitality Is low. voil nro
tnlsorablo nil tlio tlmo. Your nerves j Advertising,
aro weak mid your uppetlto li lonr. 1 . ,
You liavo no ambition, mid oti nro j "1 his," said tile genie, "is a
languid and dopressed nil tlio tlinu. 1 magic ring. Rub it and you can
jlmvc ntiythiug you wnnt."
"Do tell I said the mcrcliaut,
I according to the New York Times.
"I think I'll rub it and wish to
' have a lot bf such rings. Then I'll
start a jewelry store, and I'll get all
to Fell 'I rri's
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
"It is reported ill the German1 This is the only line of stages making regulnrklrips between Kan mid Hilonnd
..... . 1 ...Li.... ... 11... f..i ..r i'ii
press," says Kicliard Gucntlier, "... """"""""-"
United States consul-general at
5 S i
Frankfort, in Consular Reports,
September 10, "that successful ex
periments have been made in various
forests of France in cutting trees by
means of electricity. 'A platinum
sorts of prices for my goods because 1 wire is heated to a white heat by nn
anybody who buvs will be able to 'electric current and used like a saw. j a g o "I'u"
rub a ring and get his money back." 'in this manner a tree is felled much n", S.S-s'f "
"All right," said the genie. "It's I more easily and quickly than in the. o n o, gjs 3 S
up to you. j oiu way; no saw oust is produced, c gi 5 cj'a 3
And he vanished. and the slight carbonization caused 1 a-?"!! aljj 8.! 5.2,2
,. , I - f .SO Mlt'-rtw
uioiu six iiiuiuiis later uie gemc , uy me iiui wire acis as n prcserva - h
nnllnit nrntmrt nfrnill. Tim ttipr-! tlvr nf llln tvnrwl 'IMin Hitti nw.ttirwl
1. .... ... W . .. V gj.aa... .. . aa. . w ... . , vw. a. t. . I w ... K.h ..V.V.
chant had opened a magnificent lis said to require only one-eighth of
On Thursday niul every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hllo at
7:00 a, ui. are lauded in eitlier Pnhahi or llonuapo the same evening.
Through connections with the steamers Kitiau and Mnuua I.o.i are uinile both on
arrival and departure.
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Ililo Railroad and Volcano Stnges :
What you noeil In a p"t fltninc tonic, as
described by Mrs II. Austin, of Wi-IIiiirIoii,
New Zealand, SIio -cuds Iter iitiotpgrali mid
.1 f .... an nn n...l . I.-...1 nil .In. l,tin ,1,, I
could tiot niepi nt niKid. iir, ir i did Merp, i j store, which was filled with rings. I the time consumed by the old saw-
-id na t tr.til I ti t Im iiturti liiti n u luttt I .!. itit ! t . I.
o -. .... ... ......t ..--- " 1 Iltif Minrn utnrn tin rlictrtlinrn ill tner hrnnncc "
IVIIh uikl - tJ iiiiiuinwi a- I iiii. in vibw.ui
sight. "In the city of New York alone
"How is business?" asked the (there arc 150,000 people living to
genie. day who would be dead if the nior-
1 "Dead slow," replied the mer-j tality of fifty years ago still pre-
chant. "Nobody will buy don't j vailed," says a writer in The Book
want to ps.y the prices Very few j lover's Magazine. "Popular opin
peoplc come in, and those who do ion has scarcely yet come to realize
look at me. when I tell them about
J these rings, as suspiciously as if I
1 were offering them something in
the line of common or preferred
-, - -
X ... n
. ra 1
S 6 X
bed, I w.nall run down. 1 tlie-i trlrd Ajcr's
arraparilb, After t.d.tii;tMltt!el loimd
mysolf pre.itl linrued.alidHiun I w.iseiuii
liletely restored to liealtli. I think it Is a
great family medicine."
Thero nro many Imitation "S.rx.ii'.irill.i."
llo uro jou get Ayer's.
You will Improve faster by uslnj; Ajer's
I'llts with the SarsaparltU. T.iKe justenoiiKh
each nlKht to h ivu one rooiI, frcs iiiovement
of tlio IhjwcIs the day folluwhi);.
Prtpirci by Dr. J. C.Aytri Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
stock. I can't do any business.
W.C. PEACOCK I SALOON
& CO., LIMITED
what medical science has been do
ing in late years. People sicken
and die, think the laity, ami the
efforts of the physician are just as
futile as before the recent discoveries
j In fact, I have to rub these rings to j about which so much is said. This
pay the rent. I don't understand 'idea is, however, erroneous. I will
it. The country is prosperous, but Jvanture to say there is scarcely an
there seems to be a waut of confi-; adult living today who has not ex
dence." iperieuced or will not experience an
"Do you advertise?" asked the actual prolongation of life due to
genie. 'discoveries of the last fifty years."
"N no, I didn't think it was; That the sense of smell is greatly
I necessary." impaired in old age appears from
I'.M. A. M,
3:00 i 7:00
1 .. ?:.
'r. , I
t a 1
; c o a.
lv.. Volcano Stnllcs..ar I
lv Waiakea nr (
Ililo H. H. Depot. C
ar Moutilniu View lv
Volcano House tv
,.1'ahala lv' 10:30
lv Volcano House nr
ir Iltlen nr 9:30
ar Honimpo lv H
ConntctitiK with Mauna I.oa. JtOn arrival of Manna I.oa.
JL,vmABLE F STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Sunday Dec. 6 ' Wednesday I)Lc. 9
Thursday Dee. 17 Sunday Dec. 20
Sumlny Dec. 27 Wednesday Dec. 30
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stae for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Open from 5 A M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Dkinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
Draught Boor IO Cents
When j'ou need n. drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
"Chump!" exclaimed the genie j observations by a French physi
fiercely. "How do you expect to ologist, M. Vaschide, who com
do business if you don't advertise? municates his results to the Acad
What is the use of giving a magic , emy of Science, Paris. To quote a
ring to a fool like you?"
And before the merchant had
time to rub a ring and wish the
report in Cosmos (October 21):
"Old people seem to have an at
rophied sense of smell, and it is a
genie corked up in a bottle, the j remarkable fact that they do not
genie had snatched a ring, rubbed
it and wished for the rest. Of
course he got them, and the upshot
of it was that the merchant was
obliged to call a meeting of his
creditors and persuade them to ac
cept eleven cents on the dollar.
WihiUmI 11 Perfect Mini.
We cut the following correspond
ence from the pages of the Hard
warcmau, say the London Standard.
The owner of the hardware shop is telIcclMnl existence, since it is cap
seem to be conscious of this infirm
ity Even when they can scarcely
distinguish one familiar odor in ten,
and when they take strong-smelling
liquids for pure water, they assert
that they enjoy the perfume of
flowers. Their visual images make
up for the absence of olfactive im
ages, for they recognize the per
fumes of the flowers when they are
able to see them. The olfactive
image thus has an independent in
Wedn'sd'yl P. M. ,Otherdays
an American town, who wants an
assistant, thus describes his require
ments to a factor in another city:
"lie must be steady and sober
minded. Must not drink, smoke
or play cards of any kind. Must be
able of functional revival.
Antwerp, Dec. 21. The Atlantic
liner Finland, which went ashore
at Niuwensluius yesterday, is leak
ing badly. The passengers were
IT J TA TATTj T3 I absolutely truthful and be one who ' taken from the vessel this morning
YY lw YY IV lIA! don't run after the girls or don't without serious difficulty
A.M. A.M. km, j.. at.
8:00 4:30 lv Volcano Stables ar Js 3:00 I 4:30
9:00 5:30 ar Pap.iikoi ar' j, 2:00 I 3:30
10:15 6:45 ar Pepeekeo ur S 1:00 I 2:30
11:50 7:30 ar Honoinu ar - 12:15 1:45
1 .5 A.M.
12:00 8:30 ar Hakalau Ivj r a 11:30 1:00
1 jj a I M.
1:00 9:30 inr Ilouoluua ar1 s 5s 10:30 1 12:00
1 . of? 1 A. M.
1:30 10:00 jar Wnikaiualo ar 2,c 10:00 11:30
2:15 10:45 iar Papaaloa ar r.u ' 9:15 10:30
3:00 11:30 ar Laupahoehoe lv S SUM 10:00
Mom. mid u5"y Mon, and
Wed. ZM I'ridav
1'. M. , & g. A. M.
3:00 12:30 dv Laupahoehoe ar Z ' 10:00
4:00 1:30 jar Ookala ar ''-' j ' I 9:00
" 5:00 2:30 ar Kukaiau ur jsc 8.00
6:00 3:30 ar I'aauilo ar 2 .5 7:00
7:00 4:30 nr Honokaa ar a''Z'J 5:30
Tues. and "J- S'o Wed. and
I'ri. SSr-s I Sat.
A.M. ' srs 1'. M.
7:00 lv Honokaa ar 3:15
8:45 ' 'ar Kukuihaele ar "ZtK i.'35
2;oo ar....Waiiue.i(Kaiuuela) ar oSiHo 9:45
4:00 ar Kamtihae lv 7:00
When the weather is too rouh for the Kiuau to land nt Laupahoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo ischanged to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, ami
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Honokaa will be held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the arrival of the Mauun I.oa in Honimpo on Sundays, the
leaving time of the stae for Laupahoehoe from II1I0 is changed to 10:00 a. ui., nnd
the Honokaa staj;e is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of evprcs matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so natrons may rest assured oT prompt connections.
C. E. WRIGHT, Manager.
want to be out eveniucs. He must
Proprietor. be one who would rather remain at
I home and read or study. I would
like him to be one who would rather
HilO Electric Liffht CO.. MA. ! be with elderly people than young
. -0 , ,
Houses Wired and
Adis, Abyssinia, Dec. 21. King
Menelik today received American
Commissioner Skinner, who seeks
to complete a commercial treaty
with Abyssinia. The reception
was an imposing affair and gratify
ing to the American representative j
as indicating a friendly spirit toward
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
1 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Pixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
'Lamps, etc , always on hand.
Fan Motors, swivel frame, 8
ones. lie must ue 01 a pleasant
disposition; always courteous and
polite to me and my customers.
One who never becomes impatient j,js n,jssj0n.
or angry, and who never indulges
in tiossin or light talk. Who likes
to go to church twice on Sunday j Island subscription $2.50
and to Sunday school once. Who
don't care for holidays and who '
never uances. w no is not engaged , ninnm n 1 inr nr irn rv "
S-B, and don't correspond with young iNKM DAINiV )l lllLU p:
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satislv the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latost in Spring Suitings and Trousorings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Lchiuaun's.
Call and Look at tho Goods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
Subscribe for the Tribunk,
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GHO. MUM11V, Mgr.
1'ront ST., 111 rear of Hilo Mercantile Go's Jtuilding
J. C. SERRAO,
women. Who puts away a little
. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
bowing rviacmno Motor zo .money each week, and don't
Power for operating them fi a month l0 spend much on clothes."
The factor's answer was brief and
to the point:
Sole Agents for
Vational Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cameron is prepared to give esti
uateit on all kimls of Plumbing Woik
ud to guurautee all work done.
Prico of Lamps Reduced.
16-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each
, Kstimates furnished ou all classes of
Hlectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
"I cannot find you a boy like
that here. There is only one place
where one can be found. That is
care I Incorporated Under the Laws of thu
i Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, f 200,000.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
killing, MouloniK, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
, WATJSR TANKS A SPECIALTY. Houseliolil anil all kinils ot Hirntture,
' Store FittiiiL's, Counters, etc , made to order. Cross-cut Saws rctootheil and
made as ood as new, at easy rates.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store HAGUAGE
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Mam s
A good deal of attention has
lately been given to cotton growing
in Paraguay, and many inquiries
! have been made of our Consul at
, Asuncion about American cotton
1 gins, presses and other things used
in marketing the crop. The native
I'. I'UCK I'rccMcnt.
C, C. KHNNHDV Vice-Tret.
JOHN T. MOIK...1111I Vlcc-1'rti.
C. A. STOMU Cnkliicr.
A. 1. SUTTON Si-crctury.
J. S. Catmrlo,
1'. S. I.yiiian,
Jolin J. Rrnce,
II. V. I'utU'ii,
W. II. hliipmuii.
Manufacturer ol School Seats, Chinch Pews, and Redwood Guttei.i, nil size
Draw I2xcliunje on
The Dank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, l'argo & Co. Hank. ..San Francisco
Notick Neither the Masters nor
cotton is difficult to pick, for the Wells. Fargo & Co's Hank New York
Akuiu of vcswls of the "Matson Line" reason that the plants are tall, like
will be responsible for nuv debts con. i . . , i, ::,. ,n, r ;ir,i. I
i,..n4...i 1.. ,1... ..,... h i f.MAim ' trees, and their is talk of introdtic1
.,..w,.. .., ..... ...,,. . .. v. .....-,
Ililo, April 16, 1901.
iug the American plant.
The National Hank of the Re-
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Honkon'. Shanghai Hank I HouKkoug,
ing Corporation ) China.
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 39G
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
Choicest American and Kitropean Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
! Si you want to
I Advertise in new sp .juts
.niywheie at am time
1. ill on or write
;. C. Hake's Advertising Agency
HI Mi r, limit KxcIiuiil'ii
( SfN FHANCIBOO . CAL.
DogreeN For Servants.
The University of Chicago has
made the announcement that it will
establish a four-year course for the
instruction of young men and wo
men in the duties of practical ser
vants. The scope of the instruc
tion and the class of persons ex- Rented liy the Month 01 Year
pected to take it is not yet known. I tieulars ou Application.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- (Shanghai,
ing Corporation ) China.
Ilougkoug-Shanghai Hank-1 2,J,,I,J",
ing Corporation j japauM '
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
The HILO TRIBUI
JOB PRINTING DEPART M
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