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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, MARCH 85, 1904.
Thin blond always makes trouble
Tour circulation is very poor, you
liavo cold hands and foot. Your
norves aro weak, you aro ilospomlunt
and tllicoiir.igod. Your stomach U
bad, you luivu Indigestion and sir):
huudurhc. our muscles uro weak
and nu cnu hardly drajr about tbo
liousu. Hut thuro Is n prompt euro.
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lira. M. Archer, of Hi lu TaMiianta, genus
hrr i1iotnj;raili!iiil kwa
".My lilooil naami tloii pt I tny circulation
wa o )ionr that my rj, were cold ami
Muo nil tlm time. I I il , cnrrjjy nnil wm
aliuixt llfi'lcM. ItnlA ' irs4iinrllla soon
rrstmrrt vltalltr In liij nlo yMm. It
fiurlllcil inv IiIi'huI mill i ilu It rich anil
lenltliy. I1ioIIoi It i tti latest medicine
In tlic world lor the lili
There aro many Imitation " SarsaparllbJ."
llo nuro juu gat Ayer's.
To get tho liest results from Ayer'i Sana
parilla your lxmels must lie In good condi
tion. Ayer'j Pills cur constipation.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Aycr Co., I owtll, Mm., V.i.A-
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY!
Draught Boor IO Conts
"When' you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front aud Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
WSwww.!w5m 1 SL'e tlliU there are n0 weak li,lks
M4wlVifoito,fc Had plumbing is woise than no
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Camerop is prepare'.! to ivi; c-btl
uatts 011 nil , kinds of l'lutiililn Work
aud to guarantee all work loue,
HU1HT to sui:.
U II. Kendall Quiillllid to Sin tlipMlcllrvc c Can Wnrri
Territory. , Novemlior.
1 Herbert Kendall's injunction suit ' Hoitoluhi, T. II., Mnrob 18.
.against the Public Works and Lucas' "The great question is what po
I Bros, was on before Judge I)e Bolt ' licy to adopt. What is the best
Kendall brought the suit as a
It developed that Kendall owned
no property to be taxed and that,
as a matter of fact, he bad not paid
his poll taxes.
The case was held up, therefore,
for dctermiua ion as to whether
such 11 man was legully n taxpayer
and whether or not he bad a right
I to bring such suit.
Injunction is to prevent signing
of a contract for buildings for La-
hiiiualiiuu Seminary, for which bids
were asked by the Public Works,
Kendall claiming Lucas Bros.' bid 1
was not the lowest according to ad
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It is very gratifying to see that
the promised application of sewer
and plumbing laws 'to Hilo has been
made. The laws are good, Hilo is
to be congratulated aud the Inspec
tor should receive encouragement
in their enforcement by every citi
zen of the town.
This act on the part of the Board
of Health justifies the conclusion
that the sewer mains will be put in
at some early date, convincing us
that the Governor and bis collab
orators have not forgotten their
promises at least not all of them.
The sewer mains will, and should,
do away with the combined use of
our storm sewer for surface water
and house drainage, which is highly
It is a pity that these laws could
not lie, or were not, made retro
active, for the same should apply to
the already existing plumbing in
the city, a great deal of which has
never been tested and is known to
Comparatively few persons realize
the crying necessity for "sanitary
plumbing;" not the kind done by
persons who do not themselves
know whether work is sanitary or
not and care less, but that done by
painstaking, conscientious men
whose happiness lies in their pride
in perfect work. This latter kind
of man knows that the plumber has
killed more human beings than
Napoleon, Grant and Lee ever did
with all their armies.
One small leak in a house system
may cause the death of one or more
occupants, or1 originate an epidemic
calculated to destroy a whole city.
How easy Tor germs to escape
through a leak in a sewer and gain
entrance to a nearby leaking water
pipe. Notice the leaking pipe on
Pitman street bridge; if such were
under ground near a leaking sewer,
how easy the resillt could be ty
phoid, scarlcliua, diptheria or some
other dreaded disease which would
cost the town one or more valuable
lives and the public a great deal of
suffering and expense. Hidden
under ground such a condition
might exist undiscovered for years
and continue to deal death to an
system of cesspools is very danger
ous; in a course-sandy country
where percolation is good, cesspools
are admissible, but in soil like ours.
only pollution can result unless they
are made air aud water tight, prop
erly trapped and vented and emp
tied at proper times by sanitary
itistiieiirstuuty ot a ptiysiciaii,jti,at ti,e warrants issued now will
not to cure disease, but to prevent jaii i,e taken up in November. This
it, hence it would seem obligatory
on the part of each and every one
to encourage his patrons, and others
as well, to see to it that his plumb
ing is perlectly done. A chain is
no stronger than its weakest link;
plumbing. J. H.
St Petersburg, March 16. It is
officially stated that there is no
foundation for the rumored aban
donment of Pott Arthur.
Washington, March 15. China
has giu renewed assurance of
lit r intention to maintain neutrality
in the present conflict between Rus
sia aud Japan,
UAIITKII ON riXANCKS.
Alonir Till 1
course to pursue in the present
situation of depression and financial
"It has seemed to me that the
difficulty is not so much that we are
paying either too great salaries or
oo many salaries, fpr in some cases
no doubt the men are working very
bard for their salaries, while in other
cases the same work can be done in
a bureau or department with less
men. But the real crux of the sit
uation is that we, as u Territory,
are trying to carry 011 too many
functions of government.
"I do not believe there are muny
communities of 125,000 people that
would attempt so much and the aim
of the administration, which I think
the people will support, is to cut our
expenditures down to u lower plane.
To do this it is necessary to strike
out certain classes of work that we
now attempt. Keep in only those
services that we consider most
essential. This can only be done
through the Legislature.
"Whether or not the Legislature
will prove itself capable of tis res
ponsibility, or of appreciating the
gravity of the situation, is a question
that only events will answer. If
the Legislature fail in such a crisis,
it would tend to support those who
sometimes say that the Territory is
not vet fitted for self-government.
"It is pointed out very forcibly
that the present Legislature is not
one elected under this administra
tion; that to carry out such a policy
as I believe the people of this Terri
tory will support it ought to be
clearly enunciated and given to the
people before the elections in No
vember, and see if the coming Leg
islature cannot be elected or. the
question of a readjustment of our
affairs. The administration should
be guided by an expression of the
people through this November elec
tion. "I am asked if I think it is fair
to the people of this Territory to
test or try their qualifications for
self-government with the past-elected
Legislature. Would it be a fair
tQSt? Would the actions 0f tue
present Legislature be a proper test
lf ,,, ,,,:,. i ll;vr.rMl ufTr.ni.o
jor seif.g0Vertiment? Would it not
be better and fairer to the people
that the tesl sll0Ui(i be nladc witi, a
, Legislature elected by them while
my administration is in existence,
rather than with a Legislature
elected under the conditions that
existed wi h the past administration?
"Isn't it better to tide things
along and say to the people, 'I am
ready to work with you,' and let
them have a chaiice to say whether
or not thev will send a Legislature
in harmony with the
"The figures show that without
cutting off any salaries except vol-
untary reductions of heads of de -
partments, and with the cutting
out only of those positions which
can fairly be considered unneces -
jsary( together with the stopping of
works that the Legislature made
appropriations for on the ground
! that there js ot enough money to
, j0 them, we can net throuirh this
eighteen months' period without
adding greatly to the deficiency
which we already have.
"In other words, with a policy of
. u w 1
1 retrenchment, we can feel certain
course will do away with the un
certainty which works the greatest
harm now existent regarding these
suit with the heads of departments
1UI1IUIIUII Ua fc.Vfltll. t,W .WI
here at 10 o clock, in order to
gather their views and see if they
have any suggestions to make,
And at 11 o'clock I propose to
bring into consultation some of the
leauers ana wurKi-rs in wie iu.-pu.m-
can party, and talk the matter over
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New York, March 16. Russian
immigrants, numbering 1765, have
arrived 011 the steamer Hluecber.
They fled from army duty.
I'JIOM .MISS WKI1IT.
Word of Kiiciiiirnicpiiu'iil to Hit
wnllnn Sunday School Uorkcrs. '
Aloha Greeting to the Christian
Natives ol Ililo and Vicinity: 1
"Peace und good will" to the
members of the animal Sunday
school review classes, assembled at
Ilaili Church, March 13th:
To the aged fathers whose benign
and intelligent faces were seen in
class line, and whose gentle, har
monious song aud ready recitation
gave a worthy start to the splendidly
arranged program, belong commen
dation and congratulation, These
patriarchs 'eemed to cast a benedic
tion over the congregation.
Following, as a companion class,
came the twenty mothers, patient
and kind in tuic, and thoughtful
and dignified in sweet song and
The young men and young
women were hopefully numerous
and earnest in presentation of geo
graphical and historical sketch of
the late bible lessons aud rendition
of most beautiful and devotional
The little children, the Savior's
pets, bright and happy in their
muHi-loved parts, gave promise of
their divine vocation (a little child
shall lead them), for which they are
preparing by means of their Chris
Surely this church family gather
ing was most blessed. The im
promptu starting of songs without
the aid of any instrumental standard
of pitch and the ready falling into
harmonious chord indicated an un
usual endowment of the divine gift,
"true musical instinct." The
almost faultless memorizing of the
lesson verses betokened admirable
interest in the weekly lessons.
Warm congratulations are due the
Sunday schools of Haili, Ptiueoand
Waiakea. Their future moral and
spiritual fruit bearing seems promis
ing. One can but believe these
select people to be the hope of the
race they so honorably represent,
aud to feel that they, too, share the
promise of the blessings in the fol
lowing prophecies: Jeremiah, 15-11,
the Lord said: "Verily it shall be
well with thy remnant; verily I will
cause thine enemy to entreat thee
well in the time of evil and in the
time of affliction." Again in Eze
kial, 14-22: "Yet, behold! therein
shall be left a remnant that shall be
brought forth sons and daughters.
lJebold! they shall come forth unto
you, and ye shall see their ways
and their doings, and
they shall comfort you when ye see
their ways and their doings."
IOK TIIK FA I It.
Talk of lliiylnir 1111 llinviilluii
Exhibit at St. I.ouIr.
Honolulu, March 17. Fred. W.
Macfarlane, who, when an Hawaiian
I exhibit at the St. Louis Exposition
1 was deemed assured, was appointed
commissioner in charge thereof,
stated this forenoon that it was his
impression that within the next few
days some action would probably lie
taken by representatives of the bttsi-
ness community toward having this
Territory represented in some appro-
'priate manner at the World's Fair
this year at St. Louis.
A ciuestion as to what Mr,
I fariane thought of Captain Berger's
I proportion to take the band to St.
I Louis at the expense of the Exposi-
I tion, brought forth a remark to the
1 above effect.
"On the midway," said Mr. Mac
farlane, "there will be the inevitable j prevalent at this season of the year,
hula dancers and 'This way for the 1 This disease is very similar to a se
Hawaiian exhibit!' will be the cry. vere cold and if allowed to take its
"II there is no legitimate, really course is liable to cause serious re
representative Hawaiian exhibit, I suits. The best treatment for in
naturally hundreds of uninformed ifiuenza is to avoid exposure and
persons will in taking in the liula
nance, go uwuy whh me : luipression
1 tlint the hula hula is representative!
j f t"e Hawaiian Islands. I
i "Such a show will do the country !
more mii in uiuugoou. reopie win
'not seriously consider coming to
, ..,..:: . ..,. .. :..vest :f
hu,ve no other inducement than the
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impression that we are all liula
1 dancers down here. ;
"The majority of people on the'
mainland know little or nothing of1
Hawaii beyond that there is such a ,
place on the map. '
"There should be something atj
HAND MADE SADDLES AND HARNESS
RICHARDS & SCHOEN,
Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I.
To call 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 previouslj' 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. Ohlandt,
N. OHLANDT & CO.
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
High Grade Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
127 Market Street.
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to be correct.
K. Is. GUARD,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE
St. Louis to offset the hula on the
"Certainly, if Captain Iierger can
arrange it witn ttie exposition
authorities, the presence of the
Territorial band at the fair for the
whole time it is open, will materially
offset the "evil effects of the hula
"I think Berger's idea is a splen
did one and hope he, will carry it
through. The band would be a
great advertisement for the Terri
tory. "I think that in the next few
days the merchants may take some
action in regard to an Hawaiian
exhibit. Unless Hawaii is repre
sented this country will miss the
opportunity of a lifetime."
Ini'I.uknza is always more or less
- j take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
uis un.-un.un; yivea iiuiueuuue ic
lief and if used as directed, will1
It leaves the system in a natural
and Healthy condition. It always
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Drug Store sells it.
...All kinds of...
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
U. II. l'KASIJ, President
Sau Francisco, Col,, U. S. A.
J. A. Buck
C. H. Buck
and Dhalkrs in
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
Indiana & Yolo Sts
I CRESCENT CITY
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors und nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Sutisfae
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