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THH WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HIM), HAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
Atiiaua, CT $ 54.3s
Ai, John .-. 6,45
AfibiiKO, Muni. I Hstntc 3.10
Aguair, Ant. tie 9.20
Austin, II.C(Hnnuln Fii;itn) 11.50
Ait'ia, v 4.45
Askew, A 2.70
Antoue, Baptista Serrao 4'95
Agair, LA 1.20
Backeberg, C W 8.82
Booth, Mrs. E K 20 15
Bcnto, Abreli It.40
Coito, I'osde .. d.65
Crcddiford, J ? 38.00
Campbell, Mrs. Kcpolu 7.15
Coito, J lc R y.6o
Dcla Nux, LA 1.80
Dickey, Lylc A (Aclniiu.)... 23.00
Dickey, Lylt A (Guardian) 2.70
Derby, A J I3'5
Feruaudes, Antone 19.20
Fernandas, W 4-45
Ferreira, Man'l 3.80
Frias, de Joao 14.65
Fotite, John de 4.80
Feirreira, Louis '4-45
Gouvea, R L de 10.35
Gomes, JT 5.40
Grotc, W $ i.to
Gousnlve, Joe 3.15
Gonsaivcs, M i..f 90
Horner, J J 5-9
Kaniu, Lumaheilici Estate.. 46.75
Keaupuni, w 4.20
Keola, S iy.00
Kolomoku, II 19-50
Moakeawc Estate $231.90)
Mauclc, v 3.15!
M altos, M P de 9.05
Martiues, Peter 7.05 1
McKay, W A 11.20I
Mills, W C 1.901
Perrira, Man'l Victorlue.
Rickard, Jane Estate ,
Rickard, W J
Kcahi, Mrs. (Wnlenui)
Kapiolaui Kstatc, Ltd
Kahuc, B N (Guardian).
Kahaili and Katihi
Luk Sang Estate
Lan Sing, Dan
Mattoon, Mrs James
Marquues, Man'l. 8. 20
Nobriga, J de Man'l 1.55
Nobrigu, Man'l de France... 4.70
Santos, M dos ,
Souza, Ant. de
Souza, Joan de
Westbrooke, J E
nohriga, Jiuwnru 7-ooi
Narcisco, de Mello 8.60
Pookalani, Sam 1.60
Polani Estate 8.15
Pahuume, w 14.20
Kee, A Co 16.35
Kolomoua, Kamae .. 8. to
Kaopua Estate 41.10
I certify that the foregoing is a correct list of the Delinquent Taxes for .the Third 'Taxation Division for the your 1903, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
ASSESSOR THIRD DIVISION.
Ke hoike uei au no keia uialuna ae, oia ka Papa Iuoa pololei o ka poe Auhau i Hookaa ole o ka Mahele Auli.au Ekolu no ka niakahiki 1903 e like me ka hiki ia u ke hooina-
opopo a mauaoio.
LUNA HELU MAHELE EKOLU.
Beauty, stilenuor, clouancot KIch
and heavy braids t Long ami ilowtug
Ayor's Halt Vigor foods tlio hair
and makes it grow loiifj and lioavy. It
stops falling of tliu lialr, completely
euros dandruff, and keeps the scalp
clean and healthy.
As a dressing for tho hair you will
certainly hit greatly pleased with It.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
THE HONE OF CONTENTION.
Steps In tho Unme Which Led to
Ten years ago Japan prosecuted
with great vigor a war which des
troyed or captured the Chinese
navy; drove the Chinese armies out
of Korea; invaded Manchuria and
Shantung and captured the fortress
of Port Arthur and WeMiai-wei.
By the peace treaty, Japan was to
have all of Manchuria, which had
been overrun by her armies includ
ing Port Arthur. China had n
secret understanding with Russia,
whereby Russia was to prevent
Japan from ever obtaining n foot
hold upon the Asiatic mainland.
Uiiuein nolpil nrnmntlv nnci wns
You ran always lely upon It for . .
restnrlmt t-olnr to ymir Rray hair, all uat-Kcu "y ocuiuuiy nu imuh,
tho full ri 'i ol"r It had In early life. Japan was therefore virtually com-
Thou Km. doiil.t about this ou neiie(i u, f0reeo the fruits of her
need ! va no fear of being dlsap- . ., . , . .
pointed. W sin. .k wlih a knowledge victory. auih, muviiiB uwii u,u
th.it voxels i.t 1 nfiveats of expert- as a tool by tne rowers to torestaii
enco with this valuahlo piepaiation. Japan, now took Manchuria, assur-
Do not ho devolved by cheap Imlta- . ,,, ,,,, .. .,,, .,, i
tlons which will only disappoint you. '" luc """" , l ,v "uul" ""V '"
Mako suro that you got tho genuine temporary. 1 he longer she 1ms
Ayor's Hair Vigor. remained in possession the more
Prepare by Dr. J c ArtrtCe.Uwtii.Miti .u.s.a fretful has grown Japan.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY j.;;sioan: Fassett describes the
- - - - causes leading up to the war in the
I February Review ol Reviews as
The immediate cause of the pre
sent difficulty between Russia aud
Japan is the failure of Russia to
evacuate Manchuria, and Japan is
determined to know, if possible,
what Russia's future purposes are
with reference to Manchuria aud to
Korea; for while Russia has been
busy strengthening herself in Man
churia, she has been equally busy
in endeavoring to strengthen her
self in Korea, and in view of the
centuries of continuous expansion
of Russia, Japan may well be ex
cused for betug nervous. Japan has
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda Feb. 26
Sierra March 9
Alameda March 18
Sonoma March 30
Alameda April 8
Ventura April 20
Alameda April 29
Sierra May 11
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda March 2
Sonoma March 8
Alameda March 23
Ventura Marcu 29
Alameda April 13
Sierra April 19
Alameda May 4
Sonoma May 10
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to all Kuropcau ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Ceneral Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
might come from the accession of
the Koreans to the Russian throne.
She needs an outlet. Russia is, by
reason'of the very expenditure she
has made in Manchuria, more de
termined than ever to be free to find
open access to the waters of the
WHY KORHA IS NKCKSSARV TO
Japan desires Korea because her
population is crowding the home
island and must have a place in
which to overflow; because the cli
mate, the soil, the products, the
enviroment generally, are little dif
ferent from those at home, and
hence would make au attractive
place for this overflow. Also, she
wants Korea because she cannot
afford to have Korea in the posses
sion of her archenemy, Russia. If
Russia should take Korea it would
bring the Northern Bear to the very
portals of the household of Japan.
On theiother hand, if Japan should
take Korea, it would bring the
little yellow man to the borders of
iuancuunu. ixcuuer one cuii wcu
afford to go to war over Korea, or
for any other cause; neither can any
nation interested in the peace and
future commercial possibilities of
the Orient willingly consent that
war should grow up betwoen Japan
and Russia over Korea, or from
any other cause. In addition to
her fine, ice-free harbors, which
Russia wants, aud access to which
she is determined to have, Korea
commands the Yellow Sea and the
Japan Sea, and Russia wants no
aggressive power like Japan occupy
ing the position Korea commands.
Korea has fertile fields, genial clim
ate, unsurpassed fisheries, rich
mines, and room for growth. Japan
wants tiiese, as well as a place to
stand to meet the aggressions of
The Abovo Is tho Benocia Rovorslblo Disc Plow.
Where' a team can walk and draw a plow
The Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of features ill ... .
The Benecia Reversible
Make it the .most valued of all DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand,
plowing around the land or reversihi.E, throwing furrows all one way. Will plow
. between terraces without leaving A WATER FURROW. Made only in a sulky.
GARCIA & CANA'RIO, Props.
me Shave, Cut rjair ana Shampoo
at Cet'Cive Hates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
proposed that Russia shall recognize tiie Slav. Besides, Korea in Rus
sian hands means a dagger pointed
at the heart of Japan. It is a life-aud-death
struggle for Japan. She
may be only feinting and diploma
tizing in demanding guarantees as
to trade aud privileges in Manchuria
and insisting upon her rights in
that province, although her cqm
mercial transactions with the people
of Manchuria outweigh those of all
other nations combined; but as to
Korea, there is no room for diplo
matizing. The vital importance to
Japan of this peninsula is realized
by the whole people, Irom the
throne to the Japanese fishermen.
The Japanese people are a passion
ate unit upon this point, and what
ever else may be said or done, tliere
will be war, and desperate war, be
fore Japan will willingly consent
to seeing Korea in the possession
aud control of Russia.
her interests in Koreans paramount,
in return ior the recognition by
Japan of the paramountcy of Rus
sian interests in Manchuria, agree
ing that Russian rights in Korea
shall be as liberally recognized as
Japanese rights in Manchuria.
Russia insists that she will not dis
cuss Mauchuriau questions with
Japan, but that she will consider a
practical division of Korea. This
proposition, naturally, is wholly
unacceptable to Japan.
WHY RUSSIA S1CKKS KOKICA.
The reason for Russia's persistant
aggression toward Korea must be
sought in her commercial interests.
Russia desires Korea in order to
open a way by land to seaports
which shall be open the year round.
Neither Vladivostok nor Dalny nor
Port Arthur are such ports. The
very improvements at Dalny have
made it easier for the sea to freeze
up. At enormous expense, Russia
has almost completed a railroad
across Asia, only to find herself with
its termini in winter-locked harbors.
To find an open harbor, Russia
must either take possession, in
China, of some harbor as far south
as Chefu, or she must take posses
sion of Korea as fur south as Che
mulpo. Russia's only need of
Korea is military und commercial.
She does not need Korea as au out
let for her surplus population. She
does not need the mines of Korea,
uor does she need auy power which
The Above Cut Shows tho Bonocla Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behiud it iu a
splendid pulverized con
dition. It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoous that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
Hon to Stop 11 Cough.
A simple but effective remedy is
Breathing through the nostrils,
inhale a full bteath as slowly as is
possible without causing fatigue.
Expel the breath in the same manner
aud repeat th; operation ten times.
This will stop the coughing for
about a quarter of an hour. Take
a dose of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy during this lull and the
medicine will have a better oppor
tunity to act and will speedily effect
a complete cure. It always cures
and cures quickly. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Hark St. Cnthurluc,
Uurk Amy Tumor,
Hark Mnrthn Davis,
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. O. Box 390
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 306
King Near Front St.
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