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THU WlWkl.Y HII.U
'rklillJNIJ, HILO, HAWAII, PRIDAV, AUGUST 26, 1904.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the I,nw of tin
I'liACOCK HLOCK, HILO.
I1. P150K I'renMeitt.
C. C. KKNNKDV .VIce-ITe.
JOHN T. MOIK..Jint VicolTii.
C. A. S4TOIIIK Cnlilct.
TlllM. 0. UlIHIWAV, Brcrclnry.
I. . C.itmlo, John J. Orace,
1'. H. I.ynmti,
II. V. l'nlteti,
13mv 12xcliune on
1 Hank of Hawaii, M1 Honolulu
VtVllt, Fitr-jo & Co. llauk...Snn Francisco
VclK Pnre,o & Co'r Hank New York
Tliu National Hank of the Re- I ciiicnuo
public , ) ' h
r.lynn, Milli, Curric & Co London
Nature lins amply endowed HMo with all those chnncterlstics that
go to make possible the growth of an Import tttt city that slutll he the
nucleus of expansion in wc.ilih for the whole Island, and for tlidc rea
sons, llilo should and must be the County Scat of the County of Hawaii.
1 lie ci 111c may object on the ground ol remoteness from the other
centers of the Island, but this objection cm easily be met by a coinpau-
a rorui.Aic HUM,.
Admiral' Cnnillilucy for Dnlrgntp
Honolulu, August 6. "There
miii of the (list-Hires between main points on the Island of Hawaii, and can be no doubt about it that llilo
is solid for Admiral Hockley for
delegate to Congress," said Judge
George I). Gear this morning. The
judge returned from llilo on Satur
day after spending over a week there
nt the special session of the court.
"The Admiral has every one with
him and I am suic he could get the
Republican nomination if he wished
it. He will not however oppose
Prince Kuhio but if Ktihio should
withdraw there can be no donbi
that Iieckley is the map for the
place. He is far and away the
most popular man in llilo and
evefyoue knows that his name
would be a rallying cry ill Honolulu.
I hardly think that the Democrats
Coastwise. Stage time.
40 miles 1 days
5 iyi "
75 " '2 "
11 2 "
119 " 2 "
129 " 2li "
Coastwise, Stage time.
miles xi davs
70 " 1 '
75 , " 1
126 " 2 "
138 " 1 "
t45 " 2 "
Iloiiukoiii'-Shaiii'hai ll.ittk-1 Shauuhai,
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I luiiKkoiiK-ShnnKli.il Hank
loiiKKoiiK-aimiiKiini ' I nllll niog0i
tiiK Corporation j Jntniiif
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Ucntcil tiy the Month 01 Year. Tar
ticulars on Application.
Oimjii from 5 A.M. to u P.M.
At Moderate Prices,
Mixitn.ANi) Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Class
time of travel.
The distances from llilo to the principal ports and towns of the
Island of Hawaii are as follows:
From llilo going North:
Waimea 70 "
Knwaihac 82 "
Mahukona 92 "
Kohala..... 92 "
Kailua 11 1 "
Kealakekua 125 "
From llilo going South:
Volcano House 31 miles
Puiialuii 58 "
Houuapo 63.6 "
Waiohitiu 68 "
Hoopuloa 89 "
Hookena 103 "
Kcalakeakua m "
From Hilo to Waiamea, the time of travel is cut down by regular 1 would put up a man to oppose him
stage route connections from Hilo that cover the distance in tliirtee 11 for 1)0j only would opposition be
tiours, ncwini travel, turn itie ratirtmu now proposed, wuii mm h" 'ii; , . , , 5 , nmm,r
ii-r , ' J
with Democrats as he is with Ke
All Tired Out Household s
Pale, Thin, Poor Blood, No Energy (
Tlmtn am llm Aitntiitntttfl nf t tit ttit
J. C. SERRAO,
Matson Navigation Go.
1 he only Direct Line between San I'ran-
Cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following Past Sailers
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
bark RODERICK DIIU
Bark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tuc CHAS. COUNSELMAN
uiil other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both Freight
Por dates of sailing and terms,
110. D. Spreckcls & Bros. Co,
337 Market St., San Francisco.
R. T. GUARD, Agent,
starting ooint and Waiamea or Kohala as the terminus, will still further
reduce the time of travel between these ooints to a minimum, eveutuallv
enabling the traveler to arrive in Kailua on the evening of the same da v. publicans. While in no sense
Approaching Kona by way of the volcano, the traveler finds himself tici.iug any other aspirant to the
at the latter point within three hours of his leaving Hilo by taking the office I can only say that the ad-
the trains of the Hilo Railroad so that a train leaving Hilo, at 7 a. in., , , , ,,, .. ' ,' , ,, . ,.,
... . .. .,, , . . . ., ,r 1 ,, 1 , , miral would make an ideal delegate
with stage connections, will bring him to the Volcano House by 10 o ! ,.. tt ,
clock, giving him ample time to cover the remaining distance of thirty- .1" Congress. He is sluewd and
three miles to Waiohitiu before nightfall. With llilo as the central 'quick-witted, has a grasp of affairs
point, either route would commend itself. j that is surprising and is a born
It would appear that a more direct and shorter line of connection , iCiKjer 0fmcu. He' would certainly
and communication between the Kona and the Hilo side might easily , , 1. r 1
be effected make his presence felt in washing-
Already the so called Kaumana road cuts inland for nearly seven fton- Of course I am not in politics
miles above the town of Hilo and to within a short distance of the lower j but I think it my duty to speak in
extremity of the flow of 1855-6, at an elevation of about 1650 feet. The this manner on so important a sub
material composing this lava is most favorably adapted for use in road :PP.
cuusirucuuii, uemg uuiuic, ui wen u.i uiimuii:
Kxtending the road up, this flow, which interposes no serious ob
stacles in the way of grade or toad material, would require about thirteen
miles of construction to the point called Halealoha, elevation 5000 feet.
Flanking the road on either side are the government lands of Waiakea
and Piihonua, which may be looked upon as farming lands eventually
to be opened up for settlement.
Leaving the flow of 1855 at the aforementioned point, this road would
continue for eight miles, crossing the upper line of the Hilo forest on
Fiiliouiia and Httmutila on the Matiua Kea slopes and opening up the
undeveloped values of the Hilo and Hamakua uplands, with eventual
connection to Waiamea distance only forty miles, finally reaching Ka-
laeeha, on kahoe, elevation 6,600 feet, another government land with
lease about to expire.
From Kalaeha, a wagon road now encircles the base of Mauna Kea to
Waimea and could be followed for twelve miles to near the base of the
hill called Pu Keekee, one of the chain of hills near the common mauka
angle of the Hamakua and the South Kohala districts.
From Puu Keekee, the connection could be made with the present
Waimea-Kona Road below the Keamoku sheep station on the South
Kohala-North Kona boundry, distance only fourteen miles from Wai
mea and a distance of twenty-four miles from Kailua and thirty-eight
miles from Kcalakeakua.
This route is through a rich country, unbroken by irregularities or
obstacles, of a grade not exceeding 6 and lastly and what is of most
vital importance, being the shortest distance pver the finest lands of this
The following is a resume of the foregoing statements:
Table of distances and elevations from Hilo to Kona points. The
outer column of figures indicates the distance between places:
Eleva- Distance Apptox.
Kncl Kaumana Road 7.0
1855 flow-Halealoha , 20.0
Puu Keekee 40.0
Keamoku, junction road 50.0
Houokahau-Kailua junction 70.0
Hoolualoa-Kailua junction 74.5
Kailua at beach 74.0
Kcalakeakua road junction 88.0
Tlioso arc- tlio svinntoms of Ininnro
blood, Rtnrvud blood. Tako out tlio
Impurities, food tlio blood, and health
Total mileage of road
Roads already built
To be constructed
Curves to overcome grades if necessary
Cost of Construction (Citizen labor), as follows:
13 miles of lava road construction 21,964.
8 miles mixed pahoehoe construction 21,542.
10 miles along old lava construction 24,560.
W1ULKSS WORKS AT SKA.
Transport Makes Presence Knnmi
The naval transport Solace made
her presence in the neighborhood
of Honolulu known last week by
means of wireless telegraphy. At
about half past three the Honolulu
wireless station was surprised to
I find its communication with other
islands interrupted by outside waves.
These proved to be a message stat
ing that the U. S. S. Solace was at
that time about 140 miles west of
the islands. The message gave
the latitude and longitude of the
vessel. Several other signals were
received from the transport but as
the instruments at the Honolulu
station are so much more delicately
adjusted than those on the Solace
no replies could be sent. At 5:50
p. in. the Solace reported as follows:
"Island of Kauai sighted but no
reply to our signals." Another
message arrived in the midst of an
other from one of the islands but
nothing was obtained from the
Chanor ok Watkk often brings
on diarrhoea. For thiis reason
many experienced travelers carry a
bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy with
them to be used in case of an
emergency. This preparation has
no equal as a cure for bowel com
plaints. It cannot be obtained while
on board the cars or steamship, and
that is where it is most likely to be
needed. Buy a bottle before leav
ing home. Sold by Hilo Drug Co.
Mr. (Jeorpo Mitchell, of Yulllc Ht., Itutiln
ymiL', VlrtorlA, umiln us tier liuti;r3iu
wllli tlio following Htory
' I niflWeil tcrrllily from debility. 1 Inil
no mercy, I wan tired In tlio mnrnliiR nt at
nlKlit. It did tint K'etii imimIMu for inn In
Ivt'P up. 1 wan tliln and talf.nud my hliMid
wan pry poor. 1 liad nouppetlt". I railu
lilly crew weaker and weaker. When uliuoat
loiuplctoly exhausted 1 read about
1 Immediately tried It.and lejtin to Imprme
nt one,1. A few bottle completely n-atored
mo to health."
There aro many imitation HarKiparllliq.
llo imro ouct,,Ajir"H.
Ajrcr'n Tills will greatly aid tlio artlonnf
the SarMparllla. Tliey nro nil vegetable,
mild, Migar-i-oatcd, anil cany to tike.
Prtptrcd by Dr. J. C. Ajrtr Co., Lowell, Misi., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In cfTcct July 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
It is umv reemmitt'd tluiUieirU
nil tllscimos, ftMTi:ill I how ol in
nettle clmnick'r, tire tine In germs
Tlie gi-rtin nre everyuhire. No
nttioimt or caution or onlin
. illinium 111 L-aiiltoii or OMIMun
f t'U'iiiisltig cm get rill of them. It f
4 is necess.iry, estieci.illy ul this k
time of jwir, tiuii ilisiiiriTlnnts
f mill germiclilis lie fnelv it-ul f
iiiiiniii uil- inline. AltsttlkH, ilrtiius, A
closets, ilnrk ntnl ilamti ).lnci's
slmtilil hae intention. We cirrv f
nil the reli.ihle ilisiiifietiints, ,L.. a
. oiloriers ntnl germiciilis. If in
tlottlit as to what to use for inij
.iiiiiiuiir iniriMise we cult ailMs
a n. b. onmw, ivinnagcr
lv Hilo nr 9:35
nr...01an Mill...nr 9:20
nr Kcnatt ar 9:15
ar... Fertnlale...ar 9:00
ar..Mottut. V'w..nr 8:45
lv llilo ar 10:40
ar...01nu Mill...nr 10:15
ar Kcaatt ar 10:15
ar... Ferndnle ...nr 10:00
ur..Mouttt. V'w..ar 9:45
ar... Gleiivooil...lv 9:30
lv Hilo ar
ar...O!aa Mill...nr -
ar Palion ar
nr Puna lv
lv Hilo nr
ar...... Palion nr
nr Putin lv
Cost of Construction $68,066.
Overhauling 12 miles from Kalaeeha to Puu Keekee ... 6,000.
Notice of Assessment.
Milium Coffee Plnntntion. Location of
principal place of business, San Fran
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dales, Oranges,
Making a total cost of. $74,066.
With this Island as one County, the local steamship com panics1 cisco' California; location of works or
might be willing to change their schedule, touching at Kailua and run-! plantation, Olna District, Island of Ha
ning into Hilo, if not, there is nothing to prevent the formation of n wail, Hawaii Territory,
local company lo run such a steamer service, which would do much to Notice is hereby jjiven that nt a meet
develop the cultivation of bananns, pine apples and other fruits in Kona, linn of the Hoard of Directors, held on the
(which would thus have an outlet, through Hilo, to the San Francisco ninth day of July, 1904, nu assessment
1 market. (No. 3) of three per cent, being $3.00 per
I Kither or both of the above methods of communication would do share, was levied upon the subscribed
.much to cement together the different sections of the Island and create ; capital utock of the Corporation, payable
a bond of sympathy between all the people. immediately, lit United States Gold Coin,
I Reviewing the general propositions lnitl down ns supported by the to the Secretary, nt the office of the Com
.arguments presented, the intelligent, broad minded nud progressive 1 pany, nt Number 41 Market street, in
Apples Lemons, Klines,' Potatoes, C I citizen is led to but one conclusion: . ! the City and County of San Francisco,
Onions nud All Kinds of Nuts. P' First. That a division of this Island at the present time into two ' California.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO. E -counties would be unwise and expensive. , Any stock upon which this assessment
Sin Francisco. - California k 1 oecouti. 1 uai me laws 01 natural selection aim gravitating lorce shall remain unpaid on the 5U1 day of
impel the choice ol Hilo as the logical center of the body politic 111 that , September, 1904. will be delinquent and
county. advertised for sale nt public miction, nud
There will be linked in indissoluble bauds the interests of the two ' i,L.Ss payment is made before, will be
sections, the prosperity of the one furnishing the helpful stimulus to the soid on Monday, the lothday of October,
uplifting of the other. 11904,10 pay The delinquent assessment,
In closing our commi.nication, we beg to state the reasons therein I together with costs or advertising awl
advanced are the deductions made from the answers received to a circular expenses of sale
letter, sent out to all the districts of this Island and are not the expres- j , ; of DiMril of ,
hKiis of our body alone. j ' w R P WIRTHI F
Trusting we have been able to give you some facts that will assist ' " ' " .. V
in pniivilipinir vmir liminrnldi brwK nf tlio iiptitucittr nt li.n.imr n,,li, flMlf .
COUNTY lor this Island We beg to remain.'
Tun II11.0 lioAKi) op Tkadk.
Hy lv. N. HOMIKs
By II. VICARS,
, , Secretary,
PAY FOR THE BEST'
AND THAT'S Till? CLASS OF WOK K
FRONT ST., Or. SPKHCKKL'S HI.OCK
I Office: 410 Market Street, Sail Frnu.
cisco, California. 39-5
I NoTlCi', Neither the Masters nor
! Aeent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for nuv debts con
traded by the crew. R. V, GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901, 34'
Excursion tickets between nil points
nre sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, eood for twenty-
five rides between nny two points, and
thousand mile tickets ure sold at very
W. II. LAMUF.RT,
Drnught Boor IO Conts
When you need :t drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridok St. - II11.0, II.
WM. G. IRWJ& CO., Ltd.
Sole ARents for
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
SFJ.LS Till? I1F.ST
At Cheapest Frices. New Stock Hitch
Mouth. Small l'rofits.
Front St., Sprockols' Block
Front St.. II11.0, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd. N
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules ol the
tional lioartl of Fire Uniierwritors.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Tahle, Heil and Desk
Lamps, itc, always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $fj
Fan Motors, swivel frame, 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for npcrnliiiK them ft 11 iiioulh
Installation charid extra.
Rstlmates furnished on all classes of
F.lectrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
PACIFIC TRANSFER GO.
Handle ami Store UA(iA(i!E
I2G KINC ST. HONOLULU
I'hone, Main 5 '