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Pacific Co-m Department: KDWAltD 11ROWN & SONS, General Agents
4I1-4U California St., S.ut I'ruucUco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., RosidoYit AgontS, HILO
.Names or IMt'gatrs to Terrllorliil Hon 11 Visitor Can See World's lilr.
convritll I The August World's Work which
The following is the inrtial list
of delegates to the Territorial Con
volition, which meets at llilo on
is n special douhle World's Fair
nuuihcr, contains nn article "How 1
to See the Fair," which isi filled
September tst. It is probible a j with helpful, practical suggestions.
There are lots of good brands of flour,
but there is nothing quite so good as the
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Become prejudiced against an article of merit without
investigating it. With a fair, impartial trial everyone likes
A good flavor, a fine tonic and other qualities Which
make for it a friend after each trial,
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
When purchasing be sure that iu addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be gettiug the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A aud our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight aud actual cxpeuses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO,
hundred delegates from Honolulu
and the other islands wilt be present,
arriving on a special chartered
HAWAII I'lKST DISTRICT.
1st II. J. hyuian.
2nd J. I Clay.
3rd John llohnenberg, John T.
Brown, M. K.'Kealawaa.
4th Chas. Akau, C. S. Smith,
S. I,. Desha, I. A. Andrews, M. S.
Convert, J. T. Stacker.
Sih J. T. Moir.
6th I). Mackenzie.
7th W. O. Walker.
8th Albert Homer.
yth Sam P. Furtado.
10th Win, Homer. 1
HAWAII SItCOKl) DISTRICT.
1st E. A. Fraser, C. II. Pulaa,
II. I,. Holstein.
2nd John H. Wise.
3rd J. A. Maguire, G. F. Mnyd
well, Thos. Aiu.
4th Jos. K. Nahalc, J. D. Paris,
Geo. P. Kamauoha.
5th Samuel Webster Kaai, W.
6th Jos. Holi.
7th G. C. Hewitt, Chas. Ma
comber. 8th W. G. Ogg.
MAUI AND JIOI.OKAI.
1st (2 delegates).
2nd (1 delegate)
3rd G. II. Dunn, G. K. Keawe-haku.
4th (one delegate)
5th (one delegate)
6th N. W. Aluli, W. D. Coelho,
W. T. Kobiuson.
7th J. Makahio, W. Searby.
8th Jas. Scott.
gth J. P. Cooke.
10th Sam Kalama, J. II. Nui,
M. S. de Pontc.
nth W. 15. K. Maikai.
12th Hugh Howell.
13th W. P. Haia. J. II. S. Ka-
14th J. B. Kanamu.
15th G. S. Goodness.
OAHU roUKTH DISTRICT.
1st T. P. Cummins, W. W.
Harris, D. P. R. Isenberg, W. II.
Charlock, S. M. Kauai, J. W.Ioua.
2nd J. A. Hughes, J. W. Jones,
W. T. Rawlins, H. E. Murray,
Frank J. Kriiger, J. A. Gilmau.
3rd J. Mann, R. N. Boyd, E.
Faxon Bishop, Jas. W. Lloyd.
4th E. W. Quintt, A. G. M.
Roliertson, J. F. Morgan, Theo.
Melim, C. L. Crabbe, W. W.
Carlyle, A. V. Gear, E. C. Peters.
5th (3 delegates)
6th Lorriu Andrews, Chas.
A. Yarrick, W. S. Fleming.
7th (1 delegate) Waimanalo.
8th W. F. Heilbron, Chas. I,.
Beal, T. J. King, J. Lucas, Geo.
E. Smithies, J. C. Quiun, Carlos
A. Long, II. C. Pfluger.
OAIIU FIFTH DISTRICT.
isf Henry Cobb Adams, D. O.
2nd Richard C. Lane.
3rd A. S. Mahaultt, W. W.
4th Mr. Myers.
5U1 (1 delegate) ,
6th A. Low, W. G. Ashley,
II. E. Cooper.
7U1 Sol. Mnhelona, T. McCants
Stewart, Eli J. Crawford, Geo.
Lucas, A. Aheoitg, I. II. Sherwood.
8th John C. Lane, Samuel C.
Dwight, Geo. I. Desha, N.
9th D. Iloapili, A. F. Judd, J.
Kalakiela, W. Paikuli, F. T. P.
10th Chas. C. Clark, W. II.
KAUAI AND NIIHAU.
Mistress "You seem to haven
good deal of company, Mary."
Maid "Yas'iu. Dey's what I
call myiainbeaux. Seven different
colored gentlemen. Yas'm,"
Among other things it says
If it be possible, engage rooms
before you go to St. Louis- at
least find out where you uay en
gage rooms for the price you wish
to pay. If possible, do this by
direct cortespondence or through
an acquaintance, i
Rooms in good hotels are exceed
ingly costly, or overcrowded. The
hotel-keepers put into their houses
twice as many people ns usual.
The most satisfactory arrangement
that persons of moderate means can
make is to engage rooms (usually
with breakfast), in some well-kept
private residence. There are many
such iu the section of the city that
lies near the lair. The prices
range Irom $1.50 a day for each
peison to $5 or more. II possible,
arrive iu St. Louis early iu the day.
Then you will have time to find
rooms by daylight.
The wise fafr-goer will carry only
the most comfortable clothing,
especially only the most comfort
able shoes; for seeing any fair
this fair iu particular U wearying.
The silent visitor will learn much
less than the inqiUsttvc one. At
every exhibit there is a man or a
woman whose sole busbies' it is to
give information and to answer
questions. In a whole fortnight,
you will not find a discourteous or
unwilling attendant; and most of
them arc, of course, well-informed
persons. They expect you to ask
for information; and, by asking
ingestions, you will find out things
that you never dreamed of.
It is impossible to give any very
helpful information about the cost
of a week's visit; for no two persons
have quite the same habits iu spend
ing. If your room and breakfast
cost you $1.50 a day, and your
luncheon 50 cents, and your dinner
$1, your admission fee 50 cents,
and your incidental 'expenses 50
cents a day you have already
spent $4 a day. A very frugal
person can do more economically
than this But most visitors will
find $5 a day necessary. Yet any
one can see the fair for half this
sum; and most persons who have
$10 a day to spend will be likely
to spend it.
The Knltulnu-Ookrila Contract.
Citizen labor will be employed on
the Kukaiau-Ookala road contract.
August Humburg, of Hilo, has re
ceived a letter from Contractor L.
M. Whitehouse to this effect, and
directinghim to engage a competent
white man as foreman of the work
iu place of Fukui, the Japanese, to
whom there has been so much ob
jection by the Young Men's Re
publican Club. Mr. Whitehouse
also instructed his agent to an
nouunce that he is prepared to
employ citizens on the road at the
rate of $1.25 a day, a day to be of
eight hours labor. The Young
Men's Republican Club who have
made the fight on the question of
the employment of citien labor,
are much gratified at the outcome
of the controversy, and insist this
establishes a precedent for the ex
clusive employment of citizens on
St Petersburg, Aug. 12. The
Russian people are divided between
rejoicing over the birth of an heir
to the throne and anxiety as to the
fate of the Pott Arthur squadron.
The city is beflagged and illumi
nated. The latter will be named
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N. OHLANDT & CO.
MANUI'ACTUKKKH AND Dl'.AI.KUH in
Of Eoertj Description.
Attacks ok Coi.ic, cholera mor
bus, pains iu the stomach, dysen
tery and diarrhoea come on sudden
ly and so often pi ore latal before a
physician can be .summoned, that a
reliable remedy should always be
kept at baud. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has
no equal as n cure for these ail
ments. It never fails to give prompt
relief even iu the most severe cases.
It is pleasant to take and every
household should have a bottle nt
baud. Get it tod ly. It may save
n life. For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
Sulphate of lolusli,
Siilplmle of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriatic of Tolasli,
Nil rale of Sofla,
High tirade Tiiukaurc.
127 Market Street.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Volo Sis
Certificate of Analysis accompanies onr shipments, which ue guarantee
to be correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
OHUEUS l-'ILLED AT SHOUT XGTICli.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail . Co.
Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Camnlian I'.icilir Kail
wav Company, 1). C, ami .Sjilnej, N S. V.,aml chI1iiiK at Victoria, It. C. lloiioluln,
Suva ami Hnsbiue, (1., are dUO at Honolulu on or about Hie dales la low
From Vancouver and Victoria B. C.
for llrisbme, Q., ami Sydney:
AOUANOI JUI.Y 30
MIOWKUA 1 UOUST 27
.MANUKA SKl'TI-MIIIvU 24
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Vicloiia anil Vancouxer, II. C:
MIOWHKA Jlll.v 27
MANUKA AUimST 1
AORANCU Hia'Tl-MJIlCli 21
The magnificent new service, the "Imperial I.uuitul." is now runn'iiiu il.iilv
nUTWIUCN VANCOUVKU AND MONrRK.M,. making the run in uk hours,
without change. The finest railwav ser ice in the world.
Through tickets .ssuetl from lloiioluln 10 Canada, Unitul Stales and Murope
For freight and p issage, and all general tnrorimuiou, apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts.
made new for a few centa and
a little labor. With
you can paint and varnish at
the same operation. You will
be surprised how euy it is
to renew vehicles.
Let us show you color cards.
HILO MERCANTILE CO. M
P. O. Boz 94
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Telephones 4 A, 4 B
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
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