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YltK WKKKI.Y Hff.O TtttllUNIj,. HII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY, AUOU8T sf,, too
Ijc )o vUmm
j No more convincing ngrmncut
I'M DAY, - AUCH'ST 2f, iJoj.ifor t,e sitiRte county iilett coulil be i
-r- - -r - -
Itiiii'ttil nt ihe Posioillrc at lIUn, lln-,
rinu.rsuiio itviiuv j'KttiAY. I
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j. v.n ii.it iviuuvvftt - huih'i
P. W. Mvnsir
WELCOMK TO DELEGATES.
liven though the new Ililo Hotel ,
will not be ready to receive guests
by the time the Republican Terri
torial Convention convenes, the
delegates need have no worry ns to
accomodations upon their arrival iiw
Ililo. The Republican citizens of
Hilo are loal enough and patriotic
enough to see that no delegate
wants for a place to lay his head
during his sta in our midst. The
Reception Committee have alread i
in hand a plan for the accomoda
tion of a large number of visitors in
private boarding houses and public
lodging establishments, besides the
personal entertainment of individual
delegates by various Hilo .citi'ens.
At the crucial moment Hilo always
rises to the tak before it, and while
there has been an apathy in the
.past to the reopening ol the hotel,
' , ,. '..,... ,
the public spirited citizens havu
, , , e ,
awakened to the necessity of such a
hostebv. '1 he convention will be
,. ... ,
n test of the hospitality of our city
and the true Ililo public spirit may
be relied upon to preserve the lustre
of our reputation, by giving the,.. ,. . . . ... ..
... ' , ; fair. The transfer of either Hama-
visitniK delegates such a welcome . . . , ,,, ,,
. ... r ,. kuaor kohala to West Hawaii
as they will not soon forget. P.verv ...... ., .. , .
' . Would divide the island in o two
detail lor tile weuare ami comiori
of visitors has been looked after and
there will be no cause for any dele
gate to go away dissatisfied with the
reception which he leceives. We
extend the right linnet of fellowship
in welcome to the visiting delegates
to the Republican Territorial con
vention and renew our gratification
at the opportunity afforded us to
CAN ACCOMPLISH MUCH.
There is much that can be accom
plished by the Republican Terri
torial "Convention during their
session in Hilo. Aside from the
general tendency toward harmony
which prevails at a gathering of
the hosts from every remote pre
cinct in the Territory, there are
many sharp comers in the local
political situation which need
rounding off and the impending de
'fection from republican ranks
averted. There is a certain lack of
cohesion and harmony in local re
publican circles, which only the most
diplomatic leaders of the conven
tion can unite. Many of the old
guard who have labored to up-build
the party, find themselves no long
er a factor to be considered by the
powers that be and see a new order
of things in operation which reckons
not with the past nor little, if at all,
with the future.
The Territorial Convention can
close the threatened breach and
bring together the warring e'ements.
No old axes should be ground nor
undue advantage taken by reason
of a sudden elevation to power to
chastise republicans, who may
have fallen from the ranks. I,et
justice and fairness mark the de-
libeiationsof the Convention and
the result must needs be in the in-
tercet ol liarniony.
WHAT MAUI THINKS.
It is no less cood nolitics than it
, ,. r ., . ,
is good policy for the I erritoruil
Republican Convention to be held
1... ., . . , ...
Iilo this year. Ambitious
Wniluku has been sighing for that
, .-ii n'l 1 .. .-.i 1
honor, still Hilo is betterentitled to
il for the reason that she "strike
first," and for the further reason
...'.. , . ... ., ,
thai Maui in general and Wniluku
111 particular are not entirely cover-
ed with glory in the eyes of stanch
republicans on account of our last
i....i ,.1, ....:.. 1..., :, ;. ....... ,.,,.. 1
III. 11 uhwiiwii, I'll I II 1 lllf ihiwii-i
ably sure that Maui will go solid
republican this fall, and if we re-
ueeyi ourselves 111 ine iNuveiiiuer
flection, Wailuku will certainly
claim tin' convention n..t year.
Although the report of the Hilo ,
Hwuid of Trade went lonvnrd a lit-1
tie laidily, the facts st forth atej
none tlie less iiiteicstiug and con
viucing, ' I
nclvnnceil than the carefully pie-
pmcd document which tbe Ililo
Hoard nt Ti uric htm transmitted to
the County Act Commission. The
nicessitv lor the establishment of
rmiiilv imt,.riiiiiiiit within the i peeled the work (H Hie convention will
Loimt goviriuutut witling me ' H. C0l,M,,eU.,i ,,. ,,liy) liMumu mi
Territory is assumed and no time ts ' effort in Wing nude through the WlMer
w mtnil lliiTpfure nn Unit ivroimsttion ,H' S (-'"' to h,IVl' l,1L' Ki""1' ,lV over tin
w istctl liarclorc on mat proposition U1 lfrj(liy Mell,Ki ,;,, arrival of the
in the Hoard's reply. What the! steamer, the Hilo it.mil nml reception
PnmniUm'nti wnnts and what the eomtilittie M eet ihe delegirten nml
Commission -wants aim wuat u". i.scnrl lllem , tlle various quarters
people of the Hig Island want are provided for tlietn. At uiKlit n Hand
ltw fn..le nu . tl.o ...ct ...mmlf I COIICttL lit tllK llotfl grOlllllU llUS Ik.CH
niv. ..n .., .
and most toiivenient arrangement
of counties in Hawaii.
The people ,of the Island of
Hawaii nre confronted with the
neeessitv of incorporating the is
land into one county or dividing
the territory geographically into
two or moie smaller counties, hav
ing a disparity of population,
wealth and resources. The rc-
! viimi nf .i nmnifv imikl tiir(ui.nril'
be derived from taxes collected and
and where one or more" districts in
its taxable wealth nonnpolize the
productive power of a community,
that locality should be required to
shoulder the burden of government.
Kast Hawaii and the Koh-ilas
Inlnitn flit. imnitiDnnl l1..(3 ri
.... .. ... .... , .
Hawaii are the richest districts in
I ,...,, . t
ipopulutton, taxable property and
' ' r .1
1 resources 111 any section 01 nn;
'island. The combiuini; of these
districts into one or more counties i
to the exclusion of tin balance of
,1,n iktn,,il ..mi.lrl tin ,, .,, if.ct1 1, ,1,1a
counties disproportionate in size,
income and population. The ratio
ot expenditures for public improve
ments is correspondingly out of
joint nud by such a division of the
island, we would witness a county
with a small income, required to
construct and maintain public
works covering a large area, where
as on the other hand, a much richer
county would have expenses cor
The advantages to begained, if
any, by the sub-divMon of the is
lam! into two or more counties is
counter-balanced by the dispropor
tionate expenditures, by the in
creased cost ot operation and by a
multiplicity of expensive public
One county for the entire island
simplifies the question of govern
ment and of administration. The
cost of maintenance would be
equitably divided and the common
welfare of the whole island sub
served by the organization of one
county. Economy, good judg
ment and fairness commends the
projwsition and local pride or
prejudice should be cast aside in
considering the merits of the case.
According to the statement ol our
esteemed contemporary correcting the
article appearing in this paper last week,
Drs Grace and Irwin nre made to nppe.tr
as receiving the entire appropriation ol
$333-33 per mouth for conducting tlie
Hilo Hospital ns n private institution.
This they most emphatically deny, but as I
staled by the Tuiuiink, they are to receive!
governmental aid only to the extent of j
f 250, in return for which they ngree to
furnish 011 nil nverage of five "government I
beds, nt no time exceeding ten. The re
mainder of the hospital appropriation is
retained by the Trustees. This arrange
ment has received tlie sanction of tlie
Hoard of Health for the remainder of the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1905. Drs.
Grace & Irwin want it understood how-
ut'iif tltiil t It at ! riti t ft A .r lit linnivilnl
win not interfere with the use of the
I institution by patients of other physicians,
, but they reserve the right to receive or
reject any patients suffering from con-
tngious or infectious diseases.
Favor One County.
Honolulu. Aug. 16, That the Island of
Hawaii shall form only one county was
1 lhe decision of the County Act Cominis.
sion at its mectiug last night. There was
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,1 111 Cll'll III Will lllllll Ull kllV 1111 Vl.,111111)
,lf . rar' r,,Usinii..rs Pr,.i,b,.
Stewart ami Cooper voting for it
Watson against it. The majority
vMeiU uh wn, furl,ier ,,eqMJ,l ufal
: 1' - " t '
county of Hnwaii shall have nine super-
J',isors, 0,'e .r each district, while the
County of Oahti shall have seven ami the
C0lllllics of MnlI, nllrt Kauai shall have
The Campbells Surprised.
A pleasant surprise party was given to
Manager ami Mrs. W. II. C. Campbell,
at their residence at Piihonim, last even-
lug, to which a number of Ililo people
wc Invited. The arraiieenieiilsvvere in
charge of Mrs. K. F. Mackie and 11 bus
loul ofyouui: people inade up the pirty
r'"" "" ri'turniug by moonlighl.
Aguiar, Jose Perreira
Apaua, Mrs. Maty Arlu
Pub 1, Mis.
W. I. MADKIRA, I. M.
nn.i, in: kci'I' iinsv.
ninlinnile l'mcrmii Oiilltnod Tor llu
1crl.tlii tit of IMrpitps.
Tlie Republic-ins of tin- several prc
chu'l cbilw taut Wednesday iiIkIU iiihI
have iuapcd cull mi lulcrcstiue; program
foi the t-ulcrtniiiuifUtofvisjlillKilcIcKntcs
to the IVrrlturliil ccinvctitlon next week.
The convention convenes Thursd ly
iiioriiing nlSpreckels Mull, ami it Is ex
inrraiiued, nt which retiiiblican oriilors
like II I.. llolstein.John Wioe. T. Ic
CantH Stewart, A. O. M. UolicrtKon will
speak. Admiral Moolicau may also lie I
prevailed upon to deliver n few remarks.
After finishing their convention labors
on Thursday the delegates will lie enter
tained at n fun 11 at 5 o'clock under the an
snices nftlie Ciimniittte uiven at the resi
dence of Rtv. S. h. Desli 1. Tills will be
an esnecially elaborate nffiir and in the
nature of a love feast, piesided over by
Delegate - nhio. Providine the postal
authorities will permit the delay of the
United Sfiles mail, the Kiiian will leave
Hilo on Pridty at five o'clock, in which
event the transportation committee have
arranged an excursion on tlie lino Kail
road to Oil iiwimmI and l'nnii, ns well as
drives about the city which will be of in
tenst to the visiting delegates.
Tile recepti n committee, of which 12
X. Holmes is chairman, do not anticipate
any diflicillly in lodging nil the delegates
that come to" the convention. Alan v worn-
inent ciii?enn have expressed their inlen- j
lion 10 emeriaiii one or more piriies, auo
those not provnhd for will he looked
after by the- Committee. Delegate Kuhio
and a number ol Hawaiian ilelcgalis will
be the guests of Rev. Desha. A. G. M.
Robertson will be entertuiucd by A. II.
Loehctmteiu, nud many of the other dele
gates will he taken care of in this til itiuir.
The Committee requests that those who,posa1 for Moolicau Hnll, Hilo, Hawaii."
ineuiiiersoi me convention, tunicate 10 '
ti.a rv.i..t,.. ,1... ...... .no .r .1... ..
who will be their euests so tltere will be I
.Ml tics I
it 1 conflict in arrangements
The committees in charge are as follows:
General Committee: J.D. Lewis, G.
F. Alfonso, I. 1J. Rny, Geo. II. Williams,
mid R. A. Lyman, Jr.
Reception: E. N. Holmes, P. Peck,
J. T. Moir, J. I). Lewis, J. C. Ridgvvny,
J. J. Jlrowu, AI. G. Santos, joint lloliucu
berg, J. Kikino Kealavv.m, W. A. Todd,
W. II. Peers.
Hall: L. A. Andrews II. Kendall, D.
Spalding, j. M. Ileriug, and Chns. Sicui
sen. Literary: S. L. Dcshn.II. L.Holstein,
J. Carvalho, T. C. Ridgvvay, and Judge
Clins. i, 1 'arsons.
Finance: C. S. Smith, Adam Lindsay,
W. Geo. Kaihetnti, T. M. Rowland, and
M. S. Pacheco. G. V. Jnkins, J. K. Dillon,
Win. Hav, II. V. Pulton, also Tom Cook,
J. F. Clay. W. II. C. Campbell, W. T.
ISalditig, nud Jas. Matloon.
Transportation: R. A. Lyman, Jr., F.
Ilrughelli, C. 15. Wright, W. 11. Lambert,
nud II. II. Nalimti.
Luati: S.L.Desha, J. T. Ilrown, N.
K'. Lyman, and D. Nauinhoe.
Tokio, Aug. 17. Port Arthur has re
fused the summons to surrender nud will
not release non-combUanls.
Washington, I). C, August rS. Jap.
nil has notified the Powers that she will
not surrender the Russian destroyer
Rycshitueliui which, wns seized in tlie
harbor of Chefoo by tile Japanese forces,
after she had taken refuge 111 that neutral
Shanghai, August 22. The foreign
consuls conferred today regarding the
enforcement of the neutrality of Chinese
ports, growing out of the threat of, the
Japanese to ntlack the Russian cruiser
Askold in tlie harbor.
San Francisco, August 22. Mrs.
Cordelia Ilotkiu wns sentenced to life
imprisonment today for the murder of
Mrs. J. P. Dunning witli poison.
IJi'.nton At Hilo, Hawaii, on Monday,
August 22, 1904, to the wife of Corydon
P. lieu ton, a sou.
Stiun-Ckaiiiu: In Hilo, Hawaii, Mon
day evening, August 22, 1904, at the
parsonage ol the First Forei 11 Church,
by the Rev. Curtis K. Shields, Harry
Stein and Maud A. Crahhe.
WicniiKT On Sunday. August 21. roo4,
at Hilo, Hawaii, Carl, the infant sou of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wichert, age four
years, seven mouths, ten days,
RHW In Hilo, Hawaii, on Sunday,
August 21, 1904, Mrs. Jane Slolue Reed,
widow of the late William II. Reed, and
mother of William II. nnd Oliver Ship
man. Aged 76 years, 8 months.
Card of Tlianks.
! , , ,, , ,r , r ,, ,
Dm lielmlr of mvseir and fainllv. I
lsi, to u-uder my thanks for the sincere
expressions ol siupilliy and lor tlie
uiaiiy kindnesses extended by friends dur
ing our recent bereavement.
W. II. SIIIPMAN.
Notice to Creditors.
United Slates of America, )
Territory of Hawaii, S
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Cuamiii'.ks In Pkohatk.
In the matter of tlie F.state of IOKF.PA
A POLO, deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the under -
'signed has been npjioiiiliir Administrator
1 of the estate of lOKFPA APOI.O of Pa-
p.iiLuu, Hawaii, deceased.
All creilltors ol said deceased nre Here
by notified to pieseut their claims,
whether securid or unsecured, duly veri
fied and witli proper votiLhers, if any, lo
the undersigned, within six mouths from
tlie first publication ol this notice, or such
claims, if any, will be forever birred.
Ililo, Hawaii, August 2, 19a).
RJIMJWAV & KlIHSWAY,
Attorney!) fr Kstate. 41-4
The KcptitilicAti District Committee of
Hi 1'irM. Kepreoentiillve . District will
meet in convention for the jfnrpivicof
adopting a platform mid nominating
candidates for senators imil repiefiiln
lives, on Sitnrdiy, Kepteinhtr 3, 1014, nt
to o'clock a. in. nt l'iretinu'it Hall, Hilo.
V. II. 11HKKS.
It. A. I.YMAN, JR..
MoolHMUi Hull, liil, Ha
Proposals will be received nt tlie office
of the Superintendent -of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until ti o'clock in. of
August sg, 1904, for constructing AtOO
HKAU HAM. in Atooheoti Park, Ililo,
Hawaii. T. II.
Plans and specifications arc 011 file nt
the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, nud with V,.
15. Richards, Agent for Public Works
Department, Hilo, Hawaii, copies of
vhlcliwill be furnished intending bid
ders on receipt of f 5.110. which sum will
lie returned to the bidder after lib has
deposited his bid nud returned the plans
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and K. K. Richards, and enclosed
in n sealed envelope nddressed to Hon.
C.S. Hollowny, Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro-
nncn proposal must contain tne lull
.... of .... mrlv or ,...,., ,,,-kIm, n,e
... , . .
""' aml "u,st accompanied by a wr
tided check of j 0 of tlie amount of the
proposal, paynbletoC. S. Hollowny, Sup
eriiitcudciit of Public Works, as surety
that if the proposal be accepted 11 con
tract will be entered ipto.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made 011 tlie blanks furnished by the As
sistant Superintendent of Public Works,
or V,. I'.. Richards, and delivered at the
ofilce of the Superintendent of Public
Works previous to 12 o'clock tu. on the
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject nny or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 9 1904. 41.3
Ilounl ol' Registration
The Hoard of Registration for the First
F.lection District will meet nt such times
nud places as hereunder advertised to reg
ister nil persons duly qualified to vote:
Knalto nun kn Papa Hoopaa Inoa o ka
Apaua Kolio Pnloka F.kahi. Mn kahi a
me ka inanawa i hoike ia malalo uei.
Sept. 12. Hilo, Fireman's Hnll, 9 a. m.
to 4 p. nt.
Sept. r3. Mt. View, 8 to to a. 111.
Kurtistowu, 1:30 to 3:30 p. 111. Kenan
Store, 4 to 5 p. in.
Sept. 14. Waiatfea, Lucas Boat Land
ing, 9 a. 111. to 12 111. Knpolio Coffee
Shop, 4 to 6 p. in.
Sept. 15. Opihikno, ion. m. to 12 m.
Sept. 16. Knlnpaua School House, 8
a. in. to 12 tu. Paho.i Store, s to 7 p. m.
Sept. 17. nilo, Fireman's Hall, 7 to
9:30 a. in.
Sept. 19. Papaikott Store, 9:30 to m
a. in. Pepeekeo, Upper Store, 1 to 2 p. 111.
Iloiiomu Store, 3:30 to 5 p. 111. 1
Sept. 20. Hakalau Store, 9 to 10:30
a. 111. Pnpaaloa Store, 2:30 to 4 p. 111
Laijpahochoe, Maltio Res., 6 to S p. 111.
Sept. 21. Ookala Pltn., Office, 8:30 to
9:30 a. 111. Paauilo Store, 1:30 to 3 p. m,
Sept. 22. Honokaa, Holmes Store,
a. m. to 4. p. ui.
Sept. 23. Ktikuihaele, Jones Store, 10
lo 11 a. 111. Waipio, Akaka Store. 2 to 6
Sept. 24. Waipio, Akaka Store, 8 to
9:30 a. in. Kukuihaele, Jones Store,
10 30 to 11:30 a. 111. Honokaa, Holmes
I Store, 3:30106 p. in
Sept. 26. Akoni Fernandez Res., 10
a. m. to 12 111. Paauilo, J. Wnlohiuti's
Res., 2 to 3 p, 111. Kaiuehe, Kauanhi
,..,. 11 . ... r.
I 1K1II1 h isea., j m u j,. in.
Sept. 27, Kukalau Store, 8 to 9 a.m.
j Laupahoehoe, 3 to 6 p. m.
Sept. 2a. llauaiau htorc, 9 lo 10 n. 111,
Pepeekeo, Lower Store, 12 m. -to 1:30
Sept. 29. Hilo, Fireman's Hnll, 1 to 4
p. 111,, 7 lo 9 p. tu. .
Sept. 30. Waiakea, Lucas Itoat Laud
ing, 1 to 4 p. 111., 7 to 8:30 p. in.
Oct. 1. Mt. View, 8 to 9 a. in, Kurlis
towu, 10 a. ill. to 12 111. O. S. Co. Office,
3:30 t 5 !' '"
Oct. 3. Opihlkao, to to 11 a. 111. Ka-
lap ma, 4 to 8 p. 111.
Oct. 4. Kniuaili, 12 in,, to r p. 111.
Oct. S. Puula, lvldert's Res., 9 a. 111. to
1 u m
Oct. 7. Ililo, Fireman's Hall, 1:30104' p.
in., 7:30 tog p. 111.
Oct. 8. Waiakea Mill, 12 111. to 1 p. 111.
Waiakea, Lucas II. L., 3 lo 4 p. 111. Fire,
mill's Hull, 7 109:30 p. 111.
S. L. DF.SIIA, (KIWINI.)
Cliaiimaii, (Luna Iloomalu.)
H. II. I.YMAN,
Sulwribe for the Tin hunk.
.scriptiou 2,50 a yenr.
Hoard of JtcgiNlmlion
The Hoard of Registration for the Sic
oud Klecllou Distiiet will miet at Mich
limes and places ns heieuiider ailvcitisiil
to register nil peisntis dill) iplililied tn
Sept. 1 1. Niulil, Jim Pake's Store, 12
to 8 p. in.
Sept. 13. Ualiiun, Aion.m Store, 911.
ill. to 1 p. in. !
Sept. ty llnlmiH, Koh da Store, . to S
Sept. 14. Knpnau,
Cottit House, ion.
111. to 8 p. in.
Sept. 15. Ilawi, A.
(Kaunnoe), 12 to 8 p. m.
Sept. 16. Honoipii, Warehouse,!; to la
5 p. in.
to 12 a. in.
3 p. in.
Alahukona, Warehouse, 2 to '
I'mihue, Senator Wood's, 9
Rahiiwa, J. V. Wood's, 1 to
Sept. 19. Waimea, Court House, 9 a
in. to 4 p. III.
Sept. 20. Kawailiae, Abo's Stoic,
to 8 p. 111.
Puako, Plantation Store, 9 W
to 12 n. 111.
Kilioln, Ileach, 9 to 12 n. 111.
Hiiehue, J. A. Magnlre's, 3
to 6 p. 111.
Knlao-i, School House, ton.
tu. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 24. Kiilua, Court House, 10 11.
111. to 5 p. tu.
Sept. 26. Holiinlon, School House, in
a. 111. to 5 p. tu.
Sept. 27. Knhnltili, Meeting House. 10
a. 111. to j p. 111.
Sept. 28. Keaiihou, School House, 10
a. 111. to 5 p. m.
Sept, 29. Poxpiia, School House, 10
a. in. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 30. Napoopoo, Katuniioha's,
n. m. to 5 p. 111.
Oct. 1. Keoken, J. D. Mello's, 10 a, in
to 5 p. in. ,
Oct. 3. Hookeun, Iiiiding, 10 a. "m. to
5 P. "I. 1
Oct. 4. Ala-e, School House, 9 to 121
n. 111. I
Oct. 4. Papa, Jos. Holi's, 3 to 8 p. 111. 1
Oct. 6. Wniohinii, Court House, 8 to
12 a. 111. .
Oct. 6. Nnnlchu, Store, 2 to8 p. 111. ,
Oct. 7. Hoiiunpo, Warehouse, in lo 12 '
a. in. t
Oct. 7. Ililea, Store, 2 to 8 p. 111. 1
Oct. 8. Pahala, ChongV Store, 2 to 8 j
p. 111. 1
Oct. 8. Puiialllil, Warehouse, 9 lo 12
a. tu. j
Ity order of the Hoard, 1
II. L. HtfLSTF.IN, 1
J. N. KOOMOA,
41-4 J. K. KKKAULA. 1
Power of Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory
of Hawaii, II. Vicars will net for me
under full power of attorney.
A. II. JACKSON.
Hilo August 19th, 1904. ' 43-4.
Mrs. Frank U. McStocker has left her
dairy outfit with Mr. W. S. Ward at
Kcaau for sale. There is, beside a fine
assortment of dairy appliances, a full
blooded jersey bull nnd a herd of cows.
E. N. HOLMES
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and Grocorios
Boots and Shoos
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
' Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Rugs, Matting ami
Wagons and Carriages
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
juno g Q4
JUIV 23 4
Aug. 2C, '04
Soot. 29. '04
Sept. 12, '04
Oct. 10, '04
Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
?o 20 2 7)'
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n -C o
iWaiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., Piop'rs.
WAIAKKA liRIDGK, HII.O
IIAVK NOW A FLF.F.T OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUI1LIC IIIR1C
1 nsscngers nud b iggnge taken to and
from vessels in tlie harbor at lensoii'ible
rates. Launches anil row boats to hire'
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKUil'IIONi;
i Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicahilitj it is upial to the slt.-iiii en
gine. Sizes from I', h. 11. upwards.
I lloats fitted w Uh this engine or franu s 01
any sie to order. For partirulais apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Manager
For Kent, FuriiisliiMl.
The Nawahi cottage on School sirtet,
containing 6 tooins and bub, furnished;
30 per month. Apply to
40.4 RIDGWAV fc RIDGWAV.
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PHASIC, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL , I' S, A.
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