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following Past Sailers
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bouts each month, carrying both freight
l'or dates of sailing and terms,
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327 Market St., San Prancisco.
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The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
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IIO'IK ItlU.HItS NAMr! TH'KKT.
llnlil UMi'lH Convention ami Nonil
The Home Rule parly proposes lo
he 11 fa tor in the coining election,
ami forestalled the other parties hy
putting their legislative ticket first
in ihe field. The district conven
tion of the Home Rule party For the
I'iist Representative District was
held at Firemen's Hull 011 last Mon
day and the flow 'of oratory held
sway till day. The convention was
culled lo order at 10 o'clock hy
Thos. It. Ahleong, President of the
Firsl District Committee, wilh Jos
eph Oliver of l'mieo as Secretary.
Chinles K. Nolley, candidate for
Delegate to Congress, occupied 11
prominent scat, and Senator David
Knlau 'kahiui, the Chairman of the
Tenitniial Cenral Committee, who
was present, was asked to preside
during the deliberations of the con
vention, rv.ilatiokalaui has had
some experience as a Senator and
in the clever art of making conven
tions follow his dictates. He was
mote or less familiar with what the
leaders in Hast Hawaii wanted, and
the result is a specimen of his luitidi
work which it is claimed ptomises
to he a surprise to both the Repub
licanand Democratic parties. Jonah
Kumalae was active in the conven
tion, instructing delegates as to
There were thirty-four delegates
present, and after organization the
convention proceeded to the busi
ness of nominating an "unbeatable"
ticket, as they call it. For the Sen
ate there was only one name men
tioned, and whtn OIlie Shipmaii
w.as nominated in a speech of some
length by Julius Is'. Kamakaiwi he
was unanimously selected as the
candidate for the upper house.
Shipmau is a native horn white citi
zen, well known thiotighout the
island, and the Home Rulers are
confident that he will lead in the
race for the Senate.
For the lower house there were
nine aspirants for legislative honors.
S. H. Haaheo of Kalapaua desired
to be on the ticket again, hut as his
strength had been tried two years
ago a :d found wauling the conven
tion refused to make him a candi
date. The Home Rule candidates
on the local county ticket last fall
seem to have risen to popularity
again in the Home Rule mind, for
the two tandidates for Representa
tives chosen from Hilo were suc
cessful in the election under the re
cent county act. T. J. Ryan of
Olaa, who fell by the wayside last
fall as an independent candidate for
County Auditor, and who has now
re-established himself as a Home
Ruler, will be the party candidate
for the House of Representatives.
Simeoua K. Kahana, the hack
driver, was a popular candidate, but
withdrew after the final ballot.
William Keolanui, elected as
Counly Sheriff last November, and
William lv. Kdinonds, the former
County Assesr, are the candidates
for the lower house from Hilo.
Former Representative V. N. Pttrdy
of Hnmakua was nominated for re
election. There was no effort made
apparently in the opening of the
convention to recognize each section
of the district 011 the ticket, hut the
first ballot showed that Hilo would
monopolize the entire ticket, and
I matters adjusted themselves on he
ise-ond poll of votes.
? m r iif!it
ine name 01 wuuam iveoianui
was put 111 nomination by Simeoua ! Harbin, August 29. The Rus
K. Kahana, who was later nonii-!: !,. , tin. rnroni fitTiii,,
nated as a possible candidate by
another delegate. One of the Olaa
I delegates thought Olaa should have
representation 011 the ticket and
named T. J. Ryan. S. II. Haahea
I of Puna, Win. K. Kdmonds of Hilo
I and W. N. Purely of Hamakua
I were also 11 itued. Upon a cast ol
'ballots the vote stood: Keolanui, 25;
IT. J. Ryan, 22; Simeoua, 20; Kd-
molulH 4; P,,r(''' aml Haill'en.
i.eoiauui nere cuncu auciiiiun to Rochester is dead,
the fact that if the ticket stood as , New Vork) AlR 27'.The Arch
the count of votes showed Hamakua ! bishop of Canterbury has arrived
would be left out. He moved an- here from Canada,
other vote and Kdmonds seconded Seattle, Aug. 28. The Alaska
the motion, at the same time with- cable '" bee completed.
flrnwhii- his name from considera
tion. Haaheo and F.dtuouds were
also tied 011 the first ballot, but
when a second vote, was taken Ihe
1 four highest names wetc found to
be William Keolanui, T. J. Ryan,
1 William 1$. Hdmonds and William 1
N. l'urdy. 1
There were speeches by all the
big guns of the parly, who came
over from Honolulu and Maui, in
cluding Candidate Charles K. Not
Icy, Senator Kalauokalaui, Jonah
Kunialae, J, M. Pocpoe and D. H. I
Kalaleho of Maui. Some of the
smaller fire crackers from Hilo and
vicinity were heard from and the
convention adjourned late in the
The Unfile Kscnpcs.
The Oc;ideii al and Oriental liner
Gaelic on her trip from Honolulu
to Hongkong narrowly missed be
ing run down by the ill-fated cruiser
Novik. The Gaelic, was held at
Midway for a few days awaiting
news of a clear track to Japan, and
later received orders to proceed and
she passed into the Japanese potts
safelj. After leaving Nagasaki for
Shanghai, the vessel had a narrow
escape .sighting the Russian cruiser
Novik between Shanghai and Na
gasaki, proceeding south. The
Novik sought refuge al Tingchou.
but left there at the cxpirati n of
twenty-four hours nnd has not been
repotted hefoie. The local authori
ties are anxious, and shipping i
'disturbed. The course showed her
to be heading for Van Dienien
straight. Van Diemen straight is
about 120 miles south of Nagasaki,
and it is thought that she proposes
to try and teach Vladivostok by
the east coast of Japan.
Tokio, Aug. 27. Part of Kuro
kt's army has advanced 011 the
Russians beyond Yushiling. The
artillery fire, which was very heavy,
ceased at noon and the Russians
retired toward Anping.
Washington, Aug. 27. Japan
has notified the powers that unless
Russia disarms the warships at
Shanghai she will take radical ac
tion. Tientsin, August 28. The Jap
anese are 1200 yards to the west of
Port Arthur and one mile to the
Kobe, Aug. 28. The Japanese
have captured all of the outlying
fortifications of Port Arthur. The
Russians hold the citadel together
with Antzshan, Golden Hill, Tig
er's tail and Liaoti forts. It is be
lieved that the Russians will at
tempt a sortie before the enti of the
Tokio, Aug. 8. It is reported
that General Kuroki lias cut the
railway south of Mukden, separat
ing the Russian forces on opposite
sides of the point severed.
Shanghai, Aug. 28. -The dis
arming of the Russian warships
Askold and Grozovoi will beg 11 to
morrow. St. Petersburg, Aug. 28. Gen
eral Kuropatkin is drawing in his
advance lines after three days of
fighting. The. Russians were com
pelled to disable six guns. Up to
this date the Russian losses have
' Deen ,500j
St. Petersburg, August 29. Gen
eral Stoessel, commander at Port
Attliur, reports that he believes the
garrison may hold out for six weeks.
St. Petersburg, Aug. 30. An
imperial decree has been issued
:Krantinc the Port Arthur garrison
! credit for a year's service for every
! month in which they hold out be-
'tween May and the end of the year.
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against the Japanese advance on
Liaoyang number 3,000 men. The
Russians are evacuating Anping.
They abandoned a quantity of
stores. General Routokocsky was
killed in the fighting. Kuropat-
jk:.s army m,mi)erft about 170,000
Shanghai, Aug. 30. The Rus-
sia warships have been disarmed.
' London, Aug. 27. The Dean of
fliatiiia, J. 1., mig. 29. JJinnng
, has been destroyed by fire in which
too persons oerisued mid c.ooo are
rendered homeless. The loss is
estimated at 200,000,
s ('ouclllill'il by
Washington, Aug. 13. Secre
tary Taftaud the commissioners for
Panama have concluded arrange
meiits for n currency system for
Panama, which is to be submitted
to the Panamau legislature for rat
ificatinu. The plan provides genei
for a sufiicienlly reserved bimetallic
system, by which the gold currency 1
of the United States shall be legal
tender in the canal zone. This a
greement will be transmitted by the
Panama commissioners to their
government, and if adopted by the
constitutional convention will settle
the question of the currency to be
I used in the construction of the can
The substance of the agreement
is that a gold dollar of the same
value as that of the United States
shall be the standard of value in
Panama, and that the gold currency
of the United States shall be legal
tender tin re, with provision for the
issuance of fractional silver currency
I of the republic of Panama. It is
provided mat sticii silver currency
shall be coined to an amount in
nominal value of $1,500,000.
Coui.i) Scakcki.y Walk. Mr.
G. S. Purtoti, a resident of Kyne
ton, Victoria, Australia, says:
"Some lime ago I was attacked
with severe pains and stiffness in
my legs, which afiected me so that
I could scarcely walk, when I was
recommended to try a bottle of
Chamberlain's Pain Halm by our
local chemist, Mr. Stredwick. 1
have used it once a day since, and
have experienced wonderful relief.
I am indeed grateful for the good it
has done me and shall be happy to
recommend Chamberlain's Pain
Halm to nuvouc suffering from a
similar complaint." For sale by
Hilo Drug Co.
lloiirrt of llcgiNt ration
The Hoard of Registration for the Sec
ond Election District will meet at such
times and places as hereunder advertised
to register all persons duly (Ualified to
Sept. 12. Niulii.Jim Pake's Store, 12
to 8 p. m.
Sept. 13. Halnwa, Aiona's Store, 9 a.
111. to 2 p. in.
Sept. 13. Halaula, Kohala Store, ,, to 8
Sept. 14. Kapaau, Court House, 10 a.
m. to 8 p. in.
Sept. 15. Hawi, A. K. Hldretlge's
(Kauanoe), 12 to 8 p. 111.
Sept. 16. Honoipu, Warehouse, 9 to 12
5 p. m.
to 12 a. m.
3 p. 111.
Mahukoua, Warehouse, 2 to
Pituhuc, Senator Wood's, 9
Kahuwa.J. P. Wood's, I to
Sept. 19. Waimea, Court House, 9 a.
111. to 4 p. in.
Sept. 20. Knwaihae, Aho's Store, 12
lo 8 p. 111.
to 12 a. in.
Puako, Plantation Store, 9
Kiluilo, lleach, 9 to 12 a. 111.
Huehue, J. A. Maguire's, 3
to 6 p. m.
Kalaoa, School House, 10 a,
111. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 24. Kailua, Court House, 10 a.
m. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 26. Holualoa, School House, 10
a, m. to s p. 111.
Sepl. 27. Kahaluu, Meeting House, 10
a. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 2S, Keauhou, School House, 10
a. 111. to 5 p. 111,
Sept. 29. Popopiia, School House, 10
a. 111. to s p. m.
Sept. 30. Napoopoo, Kamauoha's, 10
a. m. to 5 p. m.
Oct. 1. Keokea, J. I). Mello's, 10 a, 111.
to 5 1'. "I.
5 1'. iu.
Hookeua, Lauding, ion. 111, to
Ala-e, School House, 9 to 12
Papa, Jos. Holi's, 3 to S p. 111.
Waiohitiu, Court House, 8 to
12 a. 111,
Nimlehu, Store, 2 to 8 p. 111.
Houuapo, Warehouse, 10 to 12
Hllea, Store, 2 to 8 p. Ill,
Pallida, Chung's Store, 2 to 8
Puualiiu, Warehouse, 9 to 12
Hy otder of the Hoard,
II. L. HOLSTHIN,
J. N. KOOMOA,
41.4 J. IC. KHKAULA.
If your muscles uro sore, bone
aolio. joints feol stllT, and if pain
dart through your body, It Is probably
rheumatism. Purify your blood, get
out all tliu rheumatism poison 116
need of your suffering ill this way.
We hro the following letter from Mr. It,
1. Knwalil,nf Mannum. 8. Australia. Mr.
inwaltl alio send his photograph.
"I -.iilTprcd greatly with rheumatism,
which laid me up for u lone time. ,1 tried a
f-rcat many medicine, but I hey wcro of llttlo
or no ii.e. A friend who had taken Ayer's
Hanuiuirll!a Induced mo to try It. 1 thought
It would bo ju-t llko all the othyr medicines.
Hut there was nereatnud tilciaaiit sunirl-o
In -tore lor inc. lor nftcr tuklni; one bottle i
was lietli-r. The swelling began toeodowr,
Ihe pains Ik-ruii to leavo me, ami I felt better
III every way. After taklturonly live Ixittlv
I was completely rurcil. While I was taking
the Sarsaparllla I also took Ayer's I'llls to
keep my bowels la good condition."
There are many Imitation Ru-aii.irllla-,
Jlo sure you get "A yers.
I'rtpirr J by Dr. J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell, Mill., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano '
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday.
P.M. I STATIONS
2:30.1V Hilo ar
3:10 ar Kenan ar
3:25 ar... lJerndale...ar
3:50 ar..Mount. V'w..ar
3:20V... Olaa Mill
3:30 ar Keaau.,
4:00 ar..Moliut. V'w..nr
lv Hilo ar
ar Pahoa ar
ar Puna lv
A.M Sunday. p.m.
9:00 lv Hilo ar 4:50
9:20' ar...Oiaa 31111. ..ar 4:3c
(0:051 ar..Pauon June 4:00
(0:25 ar Pahoa nr 3:4c
ar Pauoa nr
ar r una lv
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold nt verj
W. H. LAM1HCRT,
m.A m mmmAmM
WH. G. IRW1N& CO., Lid.
Sole Agents for
ational Cnnc Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
nnd Coffee Fertilizers.
SRLLS Till? HI?ST
At Cheapest Prices. New Stock I?ach
Mouth. Sumll Profits.
Front St., Sprockola' Block
j Sanitation j
It is now rrroguli-tl tint nearly
nil ilist-asi's, fHTiiillv those ol ail
acute character, are due to genus.
The germs are everywhere. No
ninoiinl of caution or ordinary
cliiiiisint; can gel rid of llieui. It
is necessiry, ciicri:illy nl this
time of year, that disinfectants
and germicides be fretlv Usui
about the home'. AllslnkK.'druins,
closets, dark and damp places
should have attention. We cum
uli the reliable di-iuftctniits, de
odorizers nuil geimiciiles. If in
doubt as lo what to use for any
particular purpoie ue can mlvue
H. L. SHaW, Manager
Draught Boor 10 Cents
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner-
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
HILO MARKET 00.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridok St. - Iln.n, II. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Fkont St.. IIii.o, H. J.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds.
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fine Fat Turkeys.
. . Sucking Pis.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Mouses Wired and
In accordance with lite rules ol the Na
tional Hoard ofl'irc Underwriters.
A complete slock of
I'ixlures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc.. aluajs 011 hand.
Fan Motors . . . $10
Fan Motors, suivel frame, 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $1 a uiotilh
Installation chargid extra.
Estimates furnished 011 all classes ol
Rlcctrical Work and Contracts taken lo
Install apparatus complete.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle and Store IJA(J(J A(J K
126 KING ST. HONOLULU
Phone, Mum 5