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THU WUUktfY HII,d TRIBUNK, HII;0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JULY ao, 1904.
FIRST-BANK OF HILO
liu'itriKintU'il linler the l,nwr
Territory of Ilnwnii
I'liACOCK HLOCK, HILO.
i' or lillif ciioinrft mm iiiinii-
hint Honored Ity I'reMdent
Ill nnswcr to the qticrry of the
ItllAII VtOHK IMKMIItl'.SHIlS.
iiii.o 1.1:1 T AUAl.V.
ti.jilriuls Not Siilfl.vt KiikIim-it ' lli"Mli'nii lenMoiliil
(li-re Iteluins M-niit Kuu.
I There tire no Inter developments
I in the Ooknlu-Kukniau Inbor
I'. PUCK - l'rrMenl.
C. C. KHNNKDY ..Vice-Pirn
JOHN T. MOIIt..iil Vlcr-Pre
0 A. STOIlll! Oinliler
THUS. U. KIIHJWAY, fWriliiy.
J. . Ouimtlu, Julia J. Oruce,
1'. fl. f.ymmi. II. Patten,
Win. 1-ullar. W. II.sMi.iii.iii.
IlHlW lSxcllunue oil
The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, 1'iiiH" & Co. IU11U...S.111 FruiicUco
V.VIk. lfHrv!i it Cn's lt.uik New York
The XMlomil Hank of the Re- ci,jCl,j,
(Nylin, Mills Currie & Co London
niiiKkon.Slmunli.ii l.nk- Honkon
inj; Corporation ) China.
HniiKl"'iK'-SliaiiKliiii U;",k- IShnnnlui,
inn Corporation ) Chniii.
IliiiiKkoiiK-SliimKhnl lUiik- (.n, ii:oj,0i
ine. Corporation y Japan.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
UiMilcit V the Month 01 Your, Par
ticulars on Application.
A.i,.nriiur nc in u-lin is Klnt entitle i coutroveisv. Conlrnctor I. M.
tllll.lll.'VI .... - ,
Sotu.a, the newly appointed consul Whitehouse, who is in Honolulu,
to Hawaii from the Republic of asserts that h'ukui, the Japanese
I'niiauia, the cyclopedic scribe of .foreman, is merely his rcpresenta
the llulletin gives expression to the tive on the ground and that he has
not violated the law by subletting
his contract. He says he stands
"Who isSoirn?"lflorentine Soua
is one of thehest fellows on Hawaii, renciy to ctnpioy an citizen moor
H-U a dinlomat bv nature and that applies for work, but when
Sill I'M AN Stkhkt
Open fioin 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
MixKD'AN'I) I;ancv Dkinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. 8ERRAO,
Matson navigation Co.
'Hie only Dheet Line between San Fran.
ci-i'o and llilo, Comprising the
fallowing Fast Sailers
Iliirk ANNIE JOHNSON
Hurk RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CIIILCOTT
Ship 'FALLS OF CLYDE
Tun CHAS. COUNSELMAN
a gentleman by birth. He is en
dowed with the cavalier instincts
of a hidalgo of old Madrid, but is at
heart as democratic as William
Randolph Hearst. He was born
in vome Spanish zone. He edu
cated his children in America. He
achieved wealth in Central America.
He .speaks a gamut of languages.
He knows Panama from Columbia
to Mexico. He cultivated the art
of diplomacy in the peppery soil of
revolutionary America. He is a
Latin gentleman and thrives 'well,
though transplanted to Anglo
Saxon wasies. He is an American
Mtizen. He was a big coffee man
111 Guatemala, but a revolution
cleaned him out. He tried coffee
in Olaa, but a sugar at' aclysm over
came him there. He is" now the
responsible manager of a large busi
ness in Hilo and is the best liked
man in town, l-'lorentine Souza is
.1 Mason, an Klk and a member of
the Holy Roman Catholic Church.
He weighs about 267 pounds. He
is shot t in stature with an elegai.t
rotundity of form. He is a good
dancer, sings well and is a dandy
when it comes to post prandial ora
tory. Souza never has been known
to say "110" to the cry of distress
and when the Island of 1Tawaii was
inundated with Porto Kt an la
borers, those of them who did not
take to work soon located Souza
and his weak spot. The plaint of
the Porto Rican, with its rcminis:ent
Spanish accent, invariably made
Souza capitulate. His premises'
were overrun with homesick Porto
Ricaus who were hungry for their
own language. They were sick
of lunas and jabbering Japs, They
flocked to Souza's place by scores.
He took them in. He had a dozen
yard boys. Another dozen kitchen
girls. I le had a caretaker for every
shrub in the yard and every article
in the house. He was always on
hand at the police station to keep
an unfortunate out of jail or off the
chain gang. He would add to his
force of yatd boys, if only the slier
iff would enter a nolle. It was
sympathy for the unfortunates; but
the planters round about grew sus
picous and censured Souza for en
ticing plantation labor away from
the fields. Sympathy, chanty,
nhilanthronhv. were never more
grievously maligned or misunder
j stood. The retainers grew in num
Mier and finally to avoid bankruptcy
! Souza took a smaller house and
i one by one as his dependents became
And other Specially Chartered vessels more accustomed to Hawaii, they
makes this trip with at least one of these qq. n lhe iantana aml tj,e cane-
fields. Souza is an honorable addi-
he has no rcqusts for employment
from citizens, he reseves the right
to employ whatever aliens he needs
to complete the job. Aug. Hum
burg of the firm of IL. Hnckfeld
and Co. holds a power of attorney
from Whitehouse and states that
his firm tegnids Whitehouse as re
sponsible to them for all supplies
furnished on the contract
Ktmineer Gere returned from
a tour of inspection of the road to
the Volcano house in Kan. He
reports that Henton and Ariolc
have completed nearly ( three miles
of roadway and arc progressing
rapidly with the uncompleted
portion. Referring to the upper
section of the Volcano road from
the terminal of the Hilo Railroad to
I'o lie Held nl Honolulu.
Honolulu, July iy. The ques
tion of where the Republican Ter
ritorial Convention should be held
was discussed bv the Republican
executive" committee ibis afternoon,
and lhe opinion at first prevailed I
that the matter should be referred
to the Central Committee, which
meets August o. The only two
places mentioned were Hilo and
Honolulu and the vote stood for
Honolulu: Vida, Winston and Gil
man; for Hilo: Aylett and Watkins.
Chairman Crabbe favored Hilo but
had no vole except in case of tic.
This vote was tnctely nil expression
of the sentiment of the members of
the executive committee, final action
l being left to the general meeting
! Aucus 6. Since Aticust 0 is the
date of the primaries, the opinion is
that the vote of the executive com
mittee will stand.
Ciiamiikki.ain's Colic, Cholera
land Diarrhoea Remedy is every
where acknowledged to be the most
successful medicine in use for bowel
complninls. It always cures and
cures quickly. It can be depended
upon even in the most severe and
dangerous cases of cholera morbus,
When yon 111 0 weak, nervous uuil
nil run ifowii, ever) thing .sooms to (jo
urnriK Au-'Saisaparlllu will build
vou up, uukt) your iirrvei strong, und
give jiiii puro. rich blood Here Is
what 11 uurso of large uxporloueo suy
n f j- -
I.. I tJTa rv J11rjf'Tir-l
jb rjiri. w.7w- . ' 'u.x ' v.
b .iPiKTZir-frC v;,n
the Volcano house, he expresses I ,iVSL.lllery nmi diarrhoea. It should
his inability to do anything toward j take at ,lle fjrsl limisuai looe
repairing this thoroughfare-. While, 1USS 0r the bowels. Sold by the
admitting the necessity forimprove- j jjj0 )rllR Co.
ment of the road, Engineer Gr-n
assets that the four miles of road- f L'ril.UiriCS.
way should be reconstructed, at an
approximate cost $20,000, whereas! ' .
11 . . All HcDtiblic.in l'recinct Clubs through-
the last legislature only appropri- , tc ,)islrict win lllcct 01, 1-'RIDAY,
ated $2,520 for the rebuilding of ji'i.Y 12, 1904.nl 7:30 o'clock, for the
this highway. To expend $2,5201 purpose of nominating members for n
Tor repairs at this point would bejuew District Committee, mid also Dele
merely throwing the money away. I l" " Territorial Couve.,tio-the
... t ; I persons noininaU'il arc to be voted for at
1 11c nininu-RL .-von-iu priinary Klection to be held on SATUK
Hilo contemplates at the outset the AY, AUOUST 6th, between the hours
laying of pipes along Front street of a and 8 p.m. The District Committee
elected will meet at inKKMI'.X'S 1IAU.,
HILO, nt 100 clock a. m., I'RIDAY,
AUGUST la, 1904, and nominate candi
dates for Senators and Representatives;
the Delegates to the Territorial Conven
tion will nominate a candidate for Dele-
irate to Congress all of whom are to be
voted for at a General Klecliou to beheld
on N0VKMHKR8, 1904. The Territorial
Convention will also elect a new Terri
torial Central Committee. The basis of
representation to the several District
Committees and Territorial Convention
will be ns follows:
I'IKST SI'.NATOKIAI. ANn Ulil'Ul'.SKNTA-
HCrnU in licr iiliotoeraiili, atiil writes!
" 1 lue lieeti a nnr Tnr thlrty-llvd yean,
nn.t 1 I.1U0 croat lilcamro in rrruruing niy
fxtii-rU-ix o with Aji-r'n HarsaiiarllU anU
Ajcr'n I'llM. 1 liaro moil tlioo mt'Ulclnes In
ilfiren-iit iiartnof ilw.world, IkUIi for mjclt
ami inv lutionu. I luvo 1ml Rrit nueccss
Willi tin-in, rKloe'-Uy In canes or nervous
iiroMration, linpiiro blood, akin dlseacs,and
raakciilni; lllncssc In general. 1 niont
Ii-artllV rccoiniiieiid ttieio luedli'lnes to all
gnffen-rs from uny or tlio altove-naiueU Uli
llicro aro many Inilutlon Saraauarlllas.
Aji-rM I'ills euro constliatlou. Sugar-co.Hi-il.
aiilld, but etrcctlve.
K' :ps eJ i Dr. J. C. Ayr Co., Lowell, Milt., U. S. X.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July I, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxccpt Sunday.
Ivvert season is a good reason to
own and ti-.e a L-umer.i. It affords
militant diversion mid has a tcflli
tug ,Hiul edtiealional iuihietiec.
There nre thousands of unseen
things alxiiu yon now which a
camera will help jou to see; it
opens one's eyes.
We catty such an extensive
variety of cameras that we can suit
any one 11s to quality and price.
The inexpensive cnnietns do really
good work and rather limn tlenv
vontRcIf camera experience it is
iietter to start with a cheap one
and buy a better one when you ore
able. Drop in and let us show )ou
the various styles.
$I.OO to !
boats each month, carrying both Freight
I'or dates of sailing and terms,
, Call upon,
110. I). Sprockets & Bros. Go,
327 Market St., San I'rancisco.
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
II 1 1.0, Hawap J
tion to the Diplomatic Corps of
Hawaii and wotihl he at home as a
Minister to Mexico. A hetter man
could not have keen found to rep
resent the Repuhlc of Panama in
only, with side connections up
King, Furneaux, Nippon, Pon
ohawai and Iepolepo slieets. The
reason for this is th'e appropriation
available for this work is not suf
ficient to construct a sewarage
sy.stem throughout the city limits.
The surfacing of King street is
being delayed in order to permit
the laying of the sewer there with
as small cost as possible to the
Under the supervision of Road
Supervisor Jos. Vierra, the Road
Board are completing the stone
culvert on lkidge street extended,
Ptitieo, just beyond the new Wai
ltiktt bridge. The filling is no,v
being done, and by the end of the
week the arch will be completed
over the small stream which funis
an opening here to the sea.
Word has ittst been received of
the result of the bids for two con
tracts on Hawaii winch are oi in
terest to the community. Henton
& Ariolc was awarded the contract
in both cases. The bids were: For
22-mile, Olaa, road, K. H. Lyman,
$7,535. Henton & Ariole, $7.33'
Halepuaa to Kaiiiahiku, Puna,
road known as the Pahoa trail here
tofore, J. Kricksou, $6,900, John
Correa Picano, $5,750, K. H. Ly
man, $4,983, and Henton & Ariole,
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JACK (UIAItll'S TKAVKI.S.
Under Assumed Name as Slovumay
Arrives hi I'lillailelphhi.
H. L. SHAW, Manager
Draught Boer IO Conts
When you need a. drink call
tit the KEYSTONK, corner
Front and Ponohawai slreetu.
A first class line of
2d l'recinct ....
No. Del. to
No. Del. to
1 1 :o5 .
v 11110 ...
3:20 ar... Olaa Mill...ar
3:30ar Keanu ar
3:45!.... l'erudale ...ar
IV Hilo ar
ar l'alioa ar
ar rutin lv
lv Hilo an
nr..l':ihoii June (
ar l'alioa ir,
ar 1111111 lv
V. l'KCK, rresident.
W. S. McI.K.VN, Secretary. 38-3
1 The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers ill Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, l'otatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
Sm I'rancisco - California
Messrs. Koebele and Perkins are
it present in Queensland in search
E 1 of leaf-hopper pirasitcs. Various J as a stowaway more man two 1
kinds of the latter for variolts 1 mouths ago and arrived Here to-day, ,
1 species of leaf-hopper have already
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
THE FIRST BANK OF HILO
AT THH CL0S1-: OF IJUSINKSS
Jl'IA' 16, 1904.
Kxeursiou tickets between nil points
ire sold on Saturdays and Sundays, ood
returnini;. until the following .Monday
Commutation tickets, ood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets arc sold at very
always on hand. f .1'
HILO MARKET GO,
Telephone No. 39.
Hridok St. - Iln.o, II. I
Loans and discounts $3i9,700-36
Call loans and Gov't Warrants 0,511.22
Due from banks
Ciesh ami exchange
1 1 . From a I Capital stock paid in..
!..,. r 1..r.. Tb P.i.n.l til yu.liv ue.i pioum
uuuu,iiUui;, jw.... w. , "" I I)epOSta.
1 1 been found by them but it will per
E , haps take a mouth or two before
r they can select those of the para
sites which it is most advisable to 1
eleven-year-old sou of a wealthy I Due other banks 3.649-7's
shipbuilder of Hilo Hawaii, shipped "IvMeml- unpaid 'w6'"'"
I. C. A. Stobie. Cashier, do solemnlj
otiritni- tli'it ill tilm'M klfiltiiitit fw trill 1ft
tanned aim iiartieueu, nuoarn tne ti,e u.st of my knowledge and belief.
merchantman California!!. Captain
Harron, who knows the boy's
father well, did not find the lad ,
aboard until he was two days out 1
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to sea. He decided not to spoil
introduce. The whole matter will j him whh indulgence, and impressed
first have to be thoroughly .studied , , , , . ; t ,
out by tliem lor weeus 111 me iiem. . bo sajd he )aU a t (lesire Xotary l'ublie, .ith Ci
I'hey do not, as a matter of course, ' . ,. ,)llt ,, fatllr l Hawaii.
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C. A. STOIHR, Cashier.
I')xamiiied and found correct:
WM. H. SIHI'MAN, )
I. S. CANARIO, Directors.
N. C. WILLFONO, Auditor.
Subscribed mid sworn to before me this
iSth day of July, A. D. 1904.
Circuit, Territory of
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Pacific Heat Markel
Front St., Iln.o, II. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
illilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rule.s ol Hie Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A coiuplet" stock of
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
HACKS A SPECIALTY jother i)Cefjcial insects to prey
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORK
Foriuerh with KiwiMile Shop.
Ponolmwni nntl Volcano Sts
wish to spend a lot ot tune over any wouW ot permithim t0 leave home,
enemy of leaf-hopper and then find ,go ,R. conchule(i lo embark himself,
its effectiveness is not after all very j He s,oIe aboanl aJ(1 coucenieci
great. Such information can ""ly i,imself in the coal hunkers. Two
he gained in the field and on the!(layslatcr( ha,f 8tarvc(ji i,e emerged
spot. During their expedition tel0U(leck. jic will be taken back
Hntotnologists will continue .sending .,' Californiau's return trio.
scale and other pests which the
country is afflicted with. Hawaiian
I'oi ester und Agriculturist.
S. I. Chronicle.
Subscribe- for the Tkiiiiinu.
I Island subset iptiou $2.50 a year.
TRENT & CO.
AGENTS AND BROKERS
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Dent
Lamps etc., always 011 hand,
Fan Motors . . . $10
Commission AgClHS. I Fan Motors, Mvlvei frame, is
I sowing mucnino motor -cj
l'ower for operating them f i a month
Installation chniged exlin.
Sole Aleuts for
National Cane Shredders,
Baldwin Locomotives, LIs1!,,a1t" ri,r"is,,r!. " " C'T" .'"
1 Hleclncal Work uuil Contracts taken 10
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane 'um.u apparatus complete,
and Coffee Fertilizers. 1
SFLLS Till? 11UST
' Al Cheapest l'rices. New Stock lv.ich
j Mouth. Small I'ioHIs.
Front St., Sprockols' Block
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store HAfiUAUJG
126 KINC ST. HONOLULU
l'hone, Main 5
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