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FEBRUARY aft, 1904.
Amnna, CT $ 54.35
Ai, John 6.45
Aflbnso, Munis J Kstnti' 3.10
Agnnir, Atit.de 9.30
Austin, II C (Haradn Fugita) 11.50
Aina, v 4.45
Askew, A 2.70
Autone, Ilaptista Serrao 14.95
Agair, LA 1.20
Backeberg, C W 8.82
Booth, Mrs. E K. 20 15
Bento, Abreu 11.40
Coito, I'os de 6.65
Crcdtliford, J $ 38.00
Campbell, Mrs. Kcpota 7.15
Coito, J de K 9.C0
Dc la Nux, I, A 4.80
Dickey, I,ylc A (Admin.)... 23.00
Dickey, L,yle A '(OuaFdiati) 2.70
Derby, A J 13.25
Kcritandes, Autone 19.20
Fcrnandes, W 4.45
Ferreira, Man'l .' 3.80
Frias, de Joao 14.65
Fonte, John de 4.80
Feirreira, Louis '4-45
Gouvea, R L, dc 10.35
Gomes, JT 5.40
Grote, W t 18.10
Gnnsalvc, Joe 2.15
Gonsalvcs, M 9-8o
Holi A 4-95
Horner, J J 5-9
Kaniu, Luniahoihci Estate.. 46.75
Kcaupuni, w 4.20
Kcola, S t i9-
Kolomoku, II 19.50
Kee, A Co 16.35
Koloinona, Karuae 8.10
Kaopua Estate 41.10
Keahi, Mrs. (Walcuui)....
Kapiolani Estate, Ltd
Kahuc, B N (Guardian)..
Kahaili and Kauhi
Luk Sang Estate v
Lan Sing, Dan
Mattoon, Mrs James
Moakeawc Estate $231.90
Mauelc, w 3,15
Mattos, M Pde 9.05
Marlines, Peter,. 7,05
McKay, V A 11.20
Mills, W C 4.90
Marquues, Man'l 8.20
Nobriga, J de Man'l 1.55
Nobriga, Man'l dc France... 4.70
Nobriga, Edward , 7.00
Narcisco, de Mello 8.60
Pookalani, Sam t.Go
Perrira, Man'l Victorinc 4.90
Pnalino (Kaplko) 3.25
Paakiki, Z '3-70
Pcrriera, Maselliuo 7.60
Rickard, Jane Estate 7.80
Rapazo, Jaciutho 4.90
Rickatd, W J 36.75
Rodrigues, J 4.90
Santos, M dos 10.30
Schlief, John 67.55
Souza, Ant. de 4.30
Sorroa, J ' 9.80
Suyioka , 4.90
Souza, Joan dc 8.20
Thomas, Edwin.. 6.0c
Westbrooke, J E 32.35
Polam Estate 8.15 j
Pahuumc, w 14.20
TH8 WBBKtV HII.0 TRIBUNK, HILO,
I certify that the foregoing is a correct list of the Delinquent Taxes for the Third Taxation Division for the year 1903, to the best of my knowledge and belief.
1 ASSESSOR THIRD DIVISION.
Ke hoike nei au no keia maluua ae, oia ka Papa Inoa pololei o ka poe Auhau i Hookaa ole o ka Mahele Atthau Ekolu no ka niakahiki 1903 e like me ka hiki ia u ke hooma
opopo a manaoio.
LUNA HELU MAHELE EKOLU.
I JRQ 1
Colds often hang on.
You ttv this thing and
that thlug, ovury kind
of homo remedy and
chcaj) niigh mixtures,
and yet your cold con
tinue Jo hang on.
You must not deal
lightly with thuso old
colds. You must got
lid or thorn just as
soon us ttosslblo. You
I a kj muse iuku huiuuiuiug w
I! IKS' break their i.)ld.
soothes irritable throul hoals Inflamod
bronchial tubes, aud quiets congestion,
in tho lungs. This is why It so quickly
controls thuso old coughs and pro
vents pneumonia nud consumption.
" I was troubled with 11 very hard
cough which I could not' get rid of.
When I road of Ayer s Cherry l'ectoral
I sent to Johannesburg and procured
a bottle. It completely cured me, and I
havo many comrades here who havo had
hard coughs cured lu tho samoway."
W.M. 8 fusions, Coini'.iny (!, Kocunil ItojtU
Thcro aro many substitutes and Imi
tations. Beware of theml Do sura
you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Two sizos. Largo and small bottles.
Pitpwtd bjr Dr. J. C. Ay tt & Co., Lowtll, Mix., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANV
(Continued from page 3)
closer relation to the spiritual than
to the lower and material forms of
reation. In general, but not in
absolute usage, the scriptures apply
the term sptrit to disembodied ra
tional creation aud soul to the
spiritual beings 'dwelling in material
and mortal bodies. That is, 'spirit
is a generic, and soul a specific
erm, assigning man to his proper
place of privilege aud responsibility
among created beings.
Well and beautifully docs the
psalmist say, "When I consider the
heavens the work of thy fingers,
the moon aud the stars which thou
bast ordained, what is man that
thou art mindful of him? and the
j son of man that thou visitest him?
For thou has made him a little
' lower than the angels, aud hast
1 crowned him with glory aud honor.
1 Thou mndest him to have dominion
over the works of thy hands; thou
hast put all things under his feet."
In the twenty-seventh verse of
the first Chapter of Genesis, we are
told God created man in his own
immage. It is evident that this
immage must be lound in the
spiritual not the material nature of
man. It is for the perfecting of this
immage of God in us that we should
put forth our highest effort, looking
to Jesus as the author and finisher
of our faith. Paul quotes with a
The steamers of this line will ar- j measure of approval the words of
under" nerc-1 the heathen poet which describe us
; of the offspring of God and siezed
the occasion to emphasize the
! spiritual nature. of God the creator.
26,t r ., i,; t,;i,i.... tiro.
9 1 are the ofisorinc of God in quality
Alameda . March 18 !, ; tr :e ,i. ,...
1 iiwh tii vfif.ii .. in nit- v.iv.uiui
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ventura April 20
Alameda April 29
Sierra May 11
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
land we the creatures, but he has
1 given to us to reflect his immage as
the tnirrorreflectsthesun. Themir
', ror is not the same in substance, but
it gathers up the rays of light and
, heat and casts them back as the
I tmti im Miner nf trl cim ifcntf A twl
I I.IJ iiutuut. S1 hUW Ollll lVttl 4&UU
Alameda March 2 j so God has given to this immortal
Sonoma March Si soul of odrs, to gather up the
Alameda March 23 brightness of his image and re
Ventura March 29 1 fleet it throughout the world. Hu-
Alameda April 13 man knowledge is a reflection
Sierra April 19! of this image. How else may
Alameda May 4 1 we account for the activity and
Sonoma May 10 power of the human mind, if it be
I not a reflection, an immage of the
In connection with the sailing of the j, w;se n,jnd of God hiraSt,lf, Ils
above steamers the agents are prepared to ... , r ...
issue, to, nteiidiug passengers Coupon Ver' aCttV,ty SPeaks f a t,,V,,,e
Through Tickets by any railroad model. Human intellect has
from San Francisco to all points in the : accomplished bo much. It has
United States, and from New York by brought the forces of nature into
an) steamship line to all Kuropenu ports. our service ami solved a thousand
I'or further particulars apply to ., - ..
1 problems for the betterment of life.
It has made us heir to the learning
Wm. G. Irwin & Co. of a11 tbe afs- .II " the
LIMITED ' co,uluennB 'orce m tue march of
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co. I a11 civilization '.'for just experience
tells in every soul, that those who
1 luniK imisi guvcru uiusc wuu ion,
' The dominion ot intellect is but a
shadow of the greater dominion
of Him in whose immage intellect
Hut Paul also tells us that we arc
to be "renewed in the spirit of our
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Props.
at Ect'Eivt Kates.
SIMM, Cut Ijair and SbattipOO minds, and to put on the new man,
which after God is created in right
eousness and true holiness." The
traces of righteousness still to be
found in us are the marred reflec
tion of God's image. Some of the
churches and cathedrals of Italy
were decorated with works of art
wrought by the hands of the masters
We also take particular pains with Chll
Union Buimhng, I
in the days of Italy's prime. In
the course of time these walls were
covered over with cheap washes,
aud with no attempt at art. The
work of the masters was there,
but it was defaced and hidden from
view. Now in latter years these
paintings have been discovered. The
washes are being cleaned off, aud
the walls again display the work of
the masters. A similar process is
going on with humanity. The
righteousness 'and true holiness are
marred, obscured, sime'imes they
may seem lost. But God in his
grare is again aud again clearing
away the accumulation of sin that
his own image may shine forth in
You and I bear stamped upon us
the image "of the creator. Our
bodies of clay warn us con
tinually against unseemly pride.
But the living soul which was
breathed by God into this earthly
tabernacle, calls to us to stir up the
gift of God that is within us, that
we despise not our heavenly birth
Kohula Ditch Homl.
Honolulu, Feb. 16. Land Com
missioner J. W. Pratt contemplates
some competition at the sale of the
Kohala water franchise at the end
of this month. Besides the "Ha-
makua Ditch Co." and the "Ko
hala Ditch Co.," corporations
formed of the same individuals, J.
T. McCrosson and others, aud the
Gehr interests, it is not unlikely
that ano her company will enter
the field. Mr. Pratt considers it
not unlikely that the planters of
the Hamakua and Kohala districts
will combine to secure the franchise.
At present the Laud Commis
sioner is undetermined as to the
amount of bond which will be re
quired of the successful bidder to
guard against a purely speculative
"Perhaps a bond of $25,000 will
be demanded," said Mr. Pratt this
morning, "or the bond required
might even reach as high as $200,
000." Mr. Pratt today examined the
proposed articles of associations of
the Hamakua and Kohala com
panies filed in the office of the
' m mm .ii.
Washington, Feb. 16 Cameron
Forbes of Boston has accepted the
appointment as u member of the
Columbus, O., Feb. 18 Con
gressman Dick will probably suc
ceed the late Senator Haniia as
chairman of the Republican Na
How to Stop 11 Cough.
A simple but effective remedy is
Breathing through the nostrils,
inhale a full breath as slowly as is
possible without causing fatigue.
Expel the breath in the same manner
and repeat the 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.
'The Above Is tho Bonecia Reversible Disc Plow.
Where a team can walk aud draw a plow
The Reversible works perfectly.
The combination of 'features iu . . . .
Make it the most valued of all
The Beneoia Reversible
DISC PLOWS. It can be used right or left hand.
plowing arouud the land or REVERSIBLE, throwing 4urrows all one way. Will plow
between terraces without leaving a WATER furrow. Made only in a sulky.
Tho Abovo Cut Shows the Benocia Ratoon Disc Plow.
Hills up the dirt better
than a hoe, besides leav
ing the soil behind it in a
splendid, pulverized con
dition. . It is the ONLY
PLOW for ratoons that
actually does what it is
supposed to do.
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Direct Line. between SAN FRANCISCO
Dark St. Catharine,
Hark Amy Turner,
Hark Martini 1uvIn,
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, Sau Francisco
S. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
P. p. Box 396
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.
Enterprise Planing Mill Company.
GEO. MUMDY, Mgr. I'kont St., In rear of Hilo Mercuntile Co'b IhiilillnK
PlanhiKiMoulohiK, Scroll Work anil all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc
WATKR. TANKS A Sl'KCIAWY. Household and all kinds of . Furniture,
Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed nud
made as good as new, at easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Chuich Pews, and Redwood Guttcis, all sizes