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TIM WKRKI.V mt,0 TUUWNU, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKHDAV, HKI'TKMIWU u, hmm
For the Skin
Vim cniiiict have a clear and smooth
km unless tlio lilontl Is pure.
r..ilrlll-, UtlltillMS, ntslll'S, pltllplt.'S,-
nil hIiiiw lion- iuipitit) tin) blood must
U-. Gel all lniiuiltlL"i out of your
bluml before, you atu seriously ill.
M( IMmtliy Milicr.nr Fllirny, VlctoiU,
bciiiIa li.'r iliotii;rjiili unci tlili letter:
1 li.ul a terrible, eruption on my fjee.
wliit1i.i'racrylrrlutlni;ii.'itiire. I trleil
nmiy lilihiil medicines, Imt without relief.
I riends toM wo to try A)cr'n Hariutarllli.
hi It vr a mt fatuous lilnoil remedy. I illil
no, una alter taking only two Imttlesl I'l-naii
In si-e a criul I'lmiqo. lly tlio tlni" tlifl tlilnl
Imtlle . iimmI the eruption hut entirely
lit it-rc-l. ntnl without le.ivlui: n uurknu
my tin i". I am perfectly well iimv.aml I iiwn
It all tt tliiJ pruat lilooil purlt) Ing remedy."
So ro o n q r i H q
CU OdBJClI Slid
re lire many Imitation Sarsartarlllas.
l!o muu jiih Ret"A)cr's."
Vrrei" miy lenileney lo rotntlKitlnn u Itli
rt 3'T ! I III-. III17 rilU nuB.ll-l-uiilv.-j " I
tai.e,miia inaction, a family laxative.
Por Sale by 111L0
DRUG COMPANY i
Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M.
At Moderate Prices.
Mixki) and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Bee?
Ten Cents a Class
J. C. SERRAO,
Matsoii Navigation Co.
Ihe only Direct Line between San Pran
cisco and Hilo, Comprising the
following Past bailers
utGRIHGP lN I tKr nlOL I
Hark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DIIU
Hark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship PALLS OF CLYDE
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
-Villi Oilier awccuiuy .ji,.iii:i;u vici ,
1..... .i.t., ,.-!., ..-1,1, t i..,.it .,.,. r I!,...
i...nittH.-inii month. carrvinL' both Preiuht I
m. Passenger, '
I'or dates of sailing and terms,
110. I)V SprccUelS & Bros. Co,
327 Market St.,Sau Prancisco.
Uit tr4itM "-- ni
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers 111 Dates, Oranges,
Apples Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
Sin Prancisco. - California
Illll n inilllll 0 nn I AJ
wm. u. mvvin a uu., llu.
Sole Agents for
MntioiKil Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers,
NAME THEIR TICKET.
is.-i-. r ..... r", J
iiutriv.1 uuvuiiuuii uiuwuiv.u ui
Work Harmoniously Under Leadership of a Master
Politician LcBIond Endeavors to Reform His Homc:sep-ritcly for the names put up
Rule Friends in Able Speech.
There wns a motley array of;
comiin KUiueiniin mi: iiuii.m-
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tic Disliict Convention at I'Mremen'sj the Democrati: party hai stood the on
I In 1 last Tuesday morning, to slaughis nipt the temporal control of
name a seiiatniial mill representative J tfjvwiiiiieiu until this .lay. The reason
. , , ,. ,. ,, . . .,.,,..,., ofthatUthat the principles or the Dem
ticket tor the Patty in this District. ' ic lnJly n)e c,1I,ri..K .! inherent
There seems to have been a gene- n tlK j,carl, , ,,., T)le i)t.lllooriu
ral undei standing that each or the) party never clnnges its principlesUiit is
four Sfi'tinns of the district were en-1 the reason why you (mil so tinny other
titled lo representation on the offshoot, or branches or other piriicsi.t
' . , . tempting at all times- to uiiilcriuiue the
ih.ki.-i, .inn iic mc nit vi.iiuu.-i
forces which made up the conven
tion, theie was the utmost harmony,
lion. Chus. M. LcBlnnd appears to
be the inspiration and monitor of
!lhe loc', wl"B "f IX'mocr
finds hun-elf among iistn
pany. There were disgtt
pany, l Here were (iisgtuniicii re
publicans present who showed their
I.IUsfitisfactinn of republicanism bv
. . . . . . r 9 11,,
joining the democratic forces. Hill
Icliii inicls, the candidate on the
Home Rule ticket showed up as a
.staunch 1len10cr.1l anil took t .
(prominent part in the proceedings.
NaleilchtUi.ofWaipio, who failed
failed to get the nomination of the
Home Rule party for the lower
house, was the democratic delegate
from il.nt "iip-L- cif the woods."
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liolcling proxies 01 seven outers 111
i that section who did not think the candidates are preaching that we haven
1 convention worth while to make , Home Rule pirly in the United Slates.
I the trip to Hilo. Several ex-police- I" their purest sense, loth the Repnbli-
men answered to roll call and werejca" a,ml """oeratlc parties arc home
figures for Convention '
When the convention was called
lo order. T. N. Naleilehua was
chosen as temporary chairman and' P0"- ri'at is Home rule and it can
. . , onlv be accomplished by joining one of
K. M. koaho.t secretary. David tlle"lwo Aomnmt JMrg wslml-you
liwaliko acted as interpreter of the umycalla Home Rule Party here cuts no
proceedings, which were mostly ' figure. It is so simply in name, audi
conducted in Hawaiian to accorn-,""' U"'"g to charge our republican friends
.nn.l..t ti native who nreilnmi. m this and other islands of the Territory
imieu iii-.iiimC..i...... ")"' "
the chair appointed a com mi tec on (
credentials, consisting of A. Mc-
N. Kamokll and Isaac, Of course, I do not blame our republic
During a recess of five a" MmtU- 1M,U,C" is PoliUc9- n,ul if
........tr... nti.nii 4lii Anmtit(lnn tn
uiiuuii:-. Bc .v. n.ui.ui.v " .
1 examine tnecreuentiaisoi ueiegates
j Naleilehua entertained the meeting . IUre the j,peakcr referred to the
1 with a few remarks upon his own Republican administration ns seek
j popularity in Waipio, which he ig to secure votes and converts to
.said was no longer a Home Rule 1 Republicanism by promises of re
j stronghold but through his efforts wann the way, of appropriations
. had been won over to democratic and pubHc improvements, telling an
(fa-'"- amusing story of a branding which
j Upon the adoption of the report he wllleSs,ed on John Baker's ranch,
jon credentials, a delegate moved a which Uie caUle( after being cn.
roll call but C. M. LeBlond said tice(l int0 tlle corrali wcre ropCll(
I tli.ii tl,f Cf.lnptinii fif n tifrmnupn! .. , r. ..
chairman was the next order of
business and witnoui niriner neiay,
Mr. I.eHlond fottnd himself as the
presiding ofiicer of the first demo-
cratie convention held in Hilo. His
selection was unanimous and seems
tonaveDcen prearranged, lor uie
. . r rt
creut Democratic orator of Ohio
.., ri,,.,l mid innilnd for n mppnh
: I I , '
(joining the democratic party and
the dangers that beset the nation
from a continuance of republican
administration both national antrincof T D I?ast0I1 .Mward Kekoa
lt ol J- " i.asiou, ims ani ivcKoa
lernionai. jii-.hpcei.-ii m p.m -.
Gentlemen of the Convention: It i ,
not necessary lor me to express 10 you ,
lliv iiiiuiu jur uie iiwuiii iiiuu run nine
eo'uferreit unm, me. lK.-cal.se von know I
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I nmready and willing at all times to do;
' , miytiiiug uiHi is iionest aim uouoraoie ior
J ' the success of the democratic party,
1( which is always the party of the people.
L A- f,,rl.....l: is tin. venr one. when tile
; differences between the rich and the now-
, erlul 111 opposition to tne common people
1 ' were wined out bv tlie leadlines of that
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. ,.: ... . ..
great master o. men, au.j, inrougu tuose
teachings the progress of Democracy has
,, i.,.i,i rnni, inti,.. ..,,., m.0,,1,..
1 been held forth to'the common people,
so that today we have one country at
least America where every man is tlie
equal of everv other man, be he rich or
poor. The principles of our party are so
ffrm and btroug that the history of the
IMttV - Ht-IUtJ tt (
world has not produced its equal, in be-,
ing able to stand serie
bs after series of
defeats for more than a hundred years, I pio, which was seconded by Jack
mid yet not be weakened. The spirit of i?ast0. Kdward Kekoa of Hilo
democracy has permeated to a great ex. rose ,0 jIlquirc whelller the Demo
lent every other party that has existed or ,.. ,
had any growth in the United Stales .' f Waipio were jollied on
since the formation of our great Republic. I Naleilehu:irs liomiiiatioii, and Mr.
f KA.i TJt.t Tf.-n
iiunuu,iiui l.iumii.iii:, i lull
Notwithstanding the (act that we have
had more than nineteen political parlies
il. f11,H,l Sttm... !,.,... In I..p....iI,.,i.
fl, f ......,,. ,
Since lS6o tliere has never been more
than two tlotuiiiant parlies within the
Uniteit Stales. Hefore thai the Demo
cratic party was always to the front and
In power. The republican party Mas
the outgrowth of ihe old Whigism, the
result ol the llriiish elements that wire
in the country, mid later the better ele
ments of the Whins and its off shoots
came together and formed what 1.4 today
the Republican I'.ir'.y, which hud its in
ception In 1854 in tlie state of Michigan.
And out of the Republican and Demo
cratic Partits we have' had the pro
hibitionists, populists, socialists nud a
l,,,wn Ihtle parties locally strong, but
I UAIlli r-if tllln1l tr.-tlll liu nvmilitlni, fin
,us cwr ,)ccM nWe dca n
UniVKiX StaleH Senator. Nor have we
ever had n President of the United States
U"tsldeof the Democratic and the Ue-
I slate these facts for the benefit of my
, Home Rule friends. I understand their
rule, but there is no such party bearing
that name on the mainland. Doth parties
, advocate the selection by the people of
our governmental power. We haveonr
state power, we Have our municipal
with seeking to keep alive the spirit of
Home Ruleism, so that you Home Rulers
wiu t join the Democratic Party,
uicv u.iwiiuk i.tLsjii iiiii lil niLii 11 uiiruc ti
'beef they will catch hint with 11 piece of
tnrown uown, ano auer uie rancn
,)rand had hcm pul up() tliem lhe
ai,imais were relensed and allowed
to co. Readina extracts from the
( speech of Secretary Atkinson, Mr.
TcBtond said that was what the
I genial' Jack was endeavoring to
do and ie advjsed ali i,js IIome
-! f-r;nt,.iG n ,,. n,n. r,n, u,n
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' -i ie wiobt: 01 ins remark,
which were recejved wi,i, nroiouirCd
appiause ti,e chair appointed a
v ,:,... ucni..t;n..u e;t,'
and John Kamau, and the oenven-
tj0Il took n recess until half-past
one o'clock ill the afternoon.
TInml ..:.,. ,1.,. rnii
! deiCRntCS was Called and all proxies
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recorded. The convention then
proccetieu to dusukss, unci uiuicr tuc
niauipulatioii of Chairman I.cBloud
I the noninnUons were m!ule wh
'HeatUCSS aild dlSpalCll.
Calling for nominations for vSeua -
; ior, a delegate irom waiaKea uunieti
, mi! 'i ei,;,,,,,,.,, ,i ,,.;ii,ni,t ,1,..
formalty of seconding the lioillilia-
I . . ...,,,,.
tion, upon motion ol A. McAultou,
tne nomination was mane uy accia-
! mation. The vote was given with
n cheer Ifor the House of Rcpre -
' A. McAllUon wns oll his
. . . .
C A 1 1 I
,e """eiuuie.y um. put u -
nation i lio-i. N. iMaleilelitta ol Wni-
i Naleilehua himself answered the
query by asMtititig the convention
that he was the unanimous choice,,, , . ,. , , ,, , , , ... .
lofthc Democratic Club of Waipio!'0 riakc Kooni for Holiday Goods, One Week Only
for the iA'giMatnrc. The conven-l September 12th to I7tll.
tion then proceeded to make the BARCAINS IN I'iciiiies, l'mmes, Stationery, Risket Cadi Registers,
.nominations for the remainder of
i the district. Hiving to Ohm and
t'lina "-' cantlidate, ami to llilo
i ,, .. ... .,
innil iniitipili'iti- vipinitv tun rniiill
,iaU,s for ,ie lower 10ll,. votiuir
from each division of the district.
J. II. Kamaihaiu named D. Kwa-
liko and Nnhole suggested Henry
West. At this juncture Kdward
Hekoa stated that in the interest of
harmony he beliivcd the Demo
cratic convention should be as mag-'
nauiiitoits as the Republicans and
put up 011c foreigner and one native,
which he said would follow out the
principles of democracy and an
equality among men. Chairman
I.cBloud said that every haole pres
ent had a profound interest in the
Democratic party and before coming
into the convention had agreed that
110 haole should be put up as a can
didate, proposing to show by their
works that the white Democrats
weie working for the Hawaiian first
and for the haoles second. This
declaration was greeted with ap
plause. The names then put in nomina
tion were Henry West, David Kwa
liko, J. M. Ronhott and S. W. Abra
ham Kcliihoa. Upon a ballot being
taken the vote stood as follows, J.
D. Ivaston and Bill Kdmouds being
tellers: Ivwaliko, 40; West, 27; Ko
ahou, 16; Keliihqn, 12; Naalehua,
t; Kd Kekoa, 1. J. D. Hastou
moved that the nominations of D.
Kwaliko and Henry West be made
unanimous, and with a cheer these
wcre declared duly nominated.
Kor Puna, J. P. Punini named J.
M. Komoko, an Hawaiian minister
residing at Kapoho, and by viva
voce vote he was nominated. Call
ing upon the various candidates for
speeches, each in turn thanked the
delegates for the honor conferred,
and expressed his purpose to work
for the interests of the people and
to labor to be elected. There was a
general feeling of satisfaction among
the delegates over the outcome of
the convention, and before adjourn
ment McAultou called attention to
the fact that C. P. Iaukea, the
Democratic candidate for Delegate
to Congress, was expected on the
Kiuati, and asked that a committee
be appointed to receive him in due
form. The Chair thereupon ap
pointed A. McAulton, J. M. Koa
hou, J. D. Easton, T. T. Naleile
hua, Henry West, William Win
chester, J. M. Osorio and Ktigene
U. Lee as a Reception Committ'o.
The platform adopted was merely
a reiteration of the platforms adopt
ed by the Democratic National
Convention held at St. Louis, on
July 6th, 190.1, and the platform
adoptetl by the Democratic Tern
torial Convention, at Honolulu, on
August 22tl. In addition, tlie
lii.uiuiiii inciiucu 111c cuiuiiuuies
i ,., ii.r.;.- .,.,,;,;., rn...0 . ... are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
to use their untiring efforts to se.relurnlng Ullt tJl-e fo,owhlK i,omI(U
cure appropriations for the I'irst noon.
Representative Distiict and for the,
Island of Hawaii.
KI.AY OF MAILS.
The arrival of the Kiuati in Hilo
w'as delayed last week a day by rea-!
son of Monday being Labor Day,
and tlie vessel was detained inllo-t
: nolulti a day loimer hi order to lo id. 1
!11 is claimed that the company could
not compel their employes to work
I0," U? D'Yl sl,"? it,ha('.bcen ,e"
c.,red a iegai iI0ld;ly ,.. incentive
, In answer to the kick of the Hilo
1 residents about a delay in the Ven-
turn's mail recently, Postmaster 0,.t
made the following statement:
"1 lie Ventura got in Wednesday,
ja day too late for the Kiuati. The
jiKeitKe was to sail lor Maui aim
' Molokai ports on that eveping and
I was to go to Kawaihac for cattle.
I Her agents slated that she might
I make that liort llV Satlinlav. If
1 she did and made all the carrier
1 connections tne man coiiui nave
I reached Hilo on Tuesday. But as
i ..... 1 :
she was not a regular mail boat and
was late on her schedule there was
a cood chance of her cuttinir out
Kawaihac and bringing the mail"""
1 As a matter of Fact, Easton only
reached Hilo on Wednesday, Kinati
iday, and the heavy mail, which
I " - J ! If IttVIl
1 Wodld hnve filled n four-horse cart,
( would certainly not have been taken
over the rough roads as fast as
Easton and his party went. We
did what in our judgment was best
for the Hilo people. At least, there
was no steamer foing 'from Hono
lulu to Hilo direct."
(tames, Alliums, l'aiioy lloxi-, Shelf I'.ijier, Paney Crepe Taper, Snugs.
Hawali.ill Sheet Music, llihles, Toys, Dolls, Drawing P.iier, Recitation
Hooks, Shawl Straps, l'iinos, Organ Stools, Htc COME AND SEE
'WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laf (
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, I11L0.
I'. I'KCK l'reiiitcnt.
C C. KltNNKDV VIcr-ITen.
JOHN T. M01R..:ml Vk-el'itM.
C. A. 8TOIIIH Cnthler.
TIIOS. C.' Rinr.WAV, Hrcrflnry.
J. .Cannrlo, John J, Ornce,
V. S. r.yinan, II. V. I'nlteii,
Wm. 1'iilUr, W. U.SIilimiti.
Draw Exchunye on
1 ellauk of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu !
Wells, Pargo & Co. Hank. ..S.tu Prancisco
Wells, l'nriiti & Co'r Hank New York 1
The National Hani; of the Re-1 ,,.., .
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- ) Hongkong
Hougkoug'Shaughai Hank- (Shanghai,
lug Corporation ) China.
Hougkong-Shanghai Hank. ) !1kI,,""11!!
Ing Corporlin C n11'? J""8"'
the Mouth or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July I, 1904.
Passenger Trains, Kxcept Sunday
3:50 ar..Mouut. V'w..ar
4:10 ar.. Gleuwood...Iv
..Olaa Mill. ..ar
3:30 ar Kenan ar
1 1 :2o ..
lv lino ar
ar I'alioa ar
ar l'tiiia lv
I A.M I
lv lino ar
ar Pahoa nrj
ar Puna lv
Kxcurslon tickets between all points
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
low rates. 1
T IT T AltlllftJT I
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M. A m.M.-mm -
SKLLS THK WSST
At Cheapest Prices. New Slock lvich i
Mouth. Small Prolits.
Front St., Sprockets' Block
I Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk.
jscription $2.50 a year.
1 Sanitation i
It is now recognin-il that neatlv
all diseases, e-pcciulh those ol nil
nctite character, are due to germs.
The germs nte everywhere. No
amount or caution or ordlnuiy
cleansing can get rid of ihetn. fl
s nccess.iry. especially Ht this
lluie or year, that disinfectants
ami germicides be Inelv used
about the home. All sinksdrains,
closets, dark mid damp pm-es
should have attention. We earrv
all the reliable dlsiiifectmits, ,le.
odoruers ami getmiciiles. If hi
doubt as to what to tisu for any
particular purpose wo can udvise
'i H. L. SHAW, Manager
Draught Boer IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
6:oo;y?ront ancl ponoll.lwnj slm.ls
Z ! A first class line of
always on hand.
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39,
, BRinr.K St.
Pacific Meat Market
II11.0, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
Si FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
. Sucking Pigs.
! CRESCENT CITY
The Old Reliable Stand is
Rigors honed, Scissors mid all edged
tools perfectly ground. Saiisfiie-