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TtlltSDAY - SKPT. 20, iyo,
lI.itticH biing sixty to sixty-live-cents
per hundred, nutl lenunm1
, r:iiic from $1.00 to ?2.o per box.
The market is bate tit present of
cocoantits. These come from Ta- i
hiilti, niul ate worth at retail It mu
ItllttMdl III Mil! PoStoU'lCf t llllll, lln
wiill, mm second-class 111 tiler
I'llllUmiDl) KVHKV TIIKSIlAV.
J. Casti.u Uiimjwav Ktlltor,$.1 5 lo&oopcr bundled. Owing
11. w. Mawsii Mii-iiit-M a1.111.iKfr. 1 t especially large .supply of
fSI'I'CHt, tiv wiuiu.i'ssl
Coming 011 Klunii.
Honolulu, Sept. 19. Tlie following
pissengers were hooktd for Hilo up to
noon today: P.. I Klnss, Master Mrwi
t KOM .M.I UT KTHUC KOJU, K. I', lUOUII,
Wiikkkvs, The Act to ptovidc n
Government for tlie Territory of Hawaii
provides Mint n genera) election shall be
ticlil on the Tuemlny next after tlie first
Motility in Noeiulier, A. I). 1904, nmt
Mint nt least forty iln slit fore nuy election,
the Governor shall issue nit election pro-
WIIBKU AUK THE POLICE?
Ismail California fruits at this season. ., ,, ,.,.,. Mt cwi,. -..,.... uv 1 oluuiaiion, n'"
)-'. 1JI..1.1.. V. I...I,.,,. A .11 !,, ...l' WllHKKAS.lt
mii itcgiiiaiions tor Aiimiuisieriiig wains
.1 ! 1..: 1 r... ......' .. ...... .. .... . .... .. .1 WllKKltAS. It is ttroviilttlinllie Rules
1 Lilt it: 1, llllL llllti:il tiuillitlltt tut u,ij- ,... neilis. .s. j.UKlir. . 11. I'rmt nitil ... , -
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""' 1" l'-. "" - - ".'"..'': . .'. ' and Hol.U.n. Klerllnns Unit i.t. elimitiL-
K1111 tying Ixtwteii South Koui nutl I'll- j
, Polling KliiOf Wiiltihhtti Cnuil HoiiNf.
Kinimi 1'KKt INCT-The Hiiiiluilernfi
Polling place Pnhaln School llnusf.
Tlieeltrto.fi in tlie fun-going Repre
sentative Districts tire eiitillnl In elect!
Representatives its follows I
tn tlie First District four,
In the Second District four, '
In the Third District six;
In the Foutth District six;
In the Fifth District six,
In the Sixth District four.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
There has been a sWcmatic raid-' mtnitli or two the Hawaiian fruits
ingof chicken yards KoinR on in will be in their prime aRain.
Hilo for the past six weeks and no
apparent effort made to apprehend ,X INTKItKKTlXM tlAME.
the thieves. Where are the police?
Arc tltev doini; politics or resting '"'I "nil Tossers Afford Amuse-
ineiil to l.nri; Crowil.
Snntlnj's fjniue between the Union
Spec! lis nnil the Hentuera ctenletl ureal
interest niiinui; b.iscbilj euthusinstitnuit
upon lain els of baseball and bygone
There are several official orna
ments which adorn the l'olice Sta
tion steps, whose services might be
put to a belter use th in attempting
to dominate kindergatten politics.
If these political li.ttigers-oti can
not be put to work delecting crim
inils, thev hhould be diplaced b
officers wh'o are not afraid to lose a
night's sleep in catching violators
of the law.
It ought rol to be any trick at till
for three able bodied, intelligent
policemen in ciliens' clothes to
overhaul the thief or thieves who
have been robbing chicken roosts.
The district of 1'ituco could easily
be guatded by posting a man at
each avenue of approach, and where
a block is being ransacked a quar
tette of officers ought to have no nuke first, hut Moreheml made n hit nnil
Mrs. V. A. lloileiihcrg, C. Hngcm, . T.
Moirnud wife, U. Cnltmi, C. V. It. Deer
lug nnil wife, l'nllicr Stevens, K. M. Sen
vill antl son, H. V. Slicnrcr, Mrs. Scovill,
child nutl nmlil, Prince D. Knunumiiiktm
nnil wife, A. V. Carter.
Juno 10, '04
July 23, '04
I.NTKSTiMoxvWiiitUKot', I h ie here-' AuS- 2C '04
until net my linml anil cnuseil the seal'of Sept. 29, '04
' IIIIP I frrllliri. nl llntwtill l. 1... rtir.v...1 1... l
Dreclnct within sixty tlnyt of elect-1 ,"."'.' V. ,. .... . ' n,uv WH
fSPUCIM. 11V WIKKt.ltltS.
Chefoo, vSspt. 19 I'tince Iadyi
val has arrived from Port Arthur
there was n huge Attendance, both in the with dispatches for Or u. Kuropat
grand simid mid upon the bleachers, kin, which say that the combatants
are merciless, lie reports that the
flags of truce and Red Cross are
disregarded. There are abundant
provisions and ammunition in the
fortress at Poit Arthur.
Washington, Sept. 18. The re
port of of Takahira says that the
orUnniehiiiiehisoii first mid Akau on Japanese army found the following
third. There was good bill throughout 'stoies at Unoyang! 3,478 rifles,
gmue mid the clever pl.ijs were , ,s -0 roumls 0f rjfle a,.
1 munition; 10,056 shells, 129 ain-
I munition carriages, 15,985 shovels,
The weather was nil tint could be tie
sired, and the playing was executed with
a sunp of professionals. The Ilennierswcre
teiufoiced with Jack Williams, who
plajed left field out! C. P. Zamloch, late
ly 01 the Klks' team ill Honolulu, who
volunteered to show the local fr.tteru ity
some new curves. The Union Specials
1 hid Johnny Kekuewa, the crack plnjer
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,. 3 O 1 O t O I O O
Planters wire first nt the bit, Tcvia
liciue nut out at home. Kllceu failed to I
5,639 plows; 2,570 axes; 18,915
n batrels of meat; 100,256 bushels of
trouble in closing in upon the rob
ber. A man carrying from six to
two dozen chickens after dark is an
unusual sight, and either the Sher
iff's force is being maintained for
purposes of day display or tln-y do
not patrol the streets most needing
protection at night.
A GOOD CRITERION.
The advertising columns of the
local paper are a good criterion to
judge a town by, atiei every liu-iness
o.itl rffk..utr,lot , It'll, 111 lllr tmiMl
l,1iu. Lf.nAil ii.n,li.r l f.i1t.r,fd ivi Arlini
should have an advertisment in the , ,mts , Uie ,Kth aillloc)l nn(ld ,lk
home paper if it is nothing greater 1 and cume home.
than a two inch card. In addition I In the seventh is wheTe Miedauiige
to the benefit it does the advertiser 1 was done to the Union's scoring. More
.. l.r,-..i.,.r l., l..wi....s in ll. n. Ihendoflhellenmers was first plajerup
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mid reiched secnml, where he was left
by Kaston strikim; out. The Union
Specials cmue oil deck nnil Kagstlnle
ULlting in 11 hit 011 Znmloch tiinde a run.
Johnny made a run and then Me'lerios
scored, all on errors. In the second
Ileamerseai'ie up with a goose ef,'g, and
Unions follow suit. In the third, Ileamers
came up and failed to score and the
Union bojs scored one by Johnny Ke
kuewa. Iloth teams went out in the
fourth in one, two. three order. Things
began to look blue for Ileamers lads,
when the tnbles began to turn in' the
fifth inning. Kastou stood still mid
fanned out where he stood, but . lintocli
and Williams both scored. The Unions
and started the attack, making n run and
followed in close succession by Kasloti,
Zamloch, Williams, Rowland, Solomon
and Harry Moto. All crossed the plate
with a rush and the crowd went wiltl
with enthusiasm. The Ileamers scored
fna mi kltlld Itlltll isltflllltuil tltU OLIVIItl rC
. 1 .1.... t.: :..! 1:.... ",-,-" "-."--"- - f.- -f---
,u....Bi:iii.iiiiis ,....us,...u "-- mlK. The Union Specials came up
iittsiuess is represented in tne place
rice; 79,879 bushels of grain;
128 bbls. flour; 6,400 overcoats
Stpt. Mil, Thiitstlay, II irk St. Katharine,
Now, ThkkkpohK, In accortlnnce
therewith, I, Oeorge U. Carter, Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give
notice th it n general election for it Dele
gale to the House of Representatives of
the United States to serve during the
Pifty-iiiuth Congress, and for Senators
mid Representatives of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, will be held on
Tuesday, November Htli, A. I). 1904
throughout the Territory between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. m. mid 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are as follows:
l'irst District The Ishrod or Hawaii;
Second District The Islands ol Maul,
Molokat, I.nuai and Kahoolawe;
Third District The Island ofOahu;
I'ourlh District The Islands of Kauai
The electots in the said Senatorial
Districts are entitled to elect Senators as
In the l'irst District two;
In the Second District two:
In the Third District three;
In the I'ourth District one.
The Representative Districts. RegUt-
5' ration Precincts and rolling Places are
Done at the Capitol, in Honolulu, this
39th day of August. A. D. 1904.
O. R. CARTHR,
Governor of Hawaii.
Doc. G, '04
Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
Hot Lunchesi 5Trrrrr
Meals Cooked to Order
KILO BAKERY RESTAURANT
Open Till Midnight.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
J. D. KENNEDY Jowolor
3 c C o
WELA KA HAO
PlTXV, IIII.O ANII HAMAKUA, Isl.ANII 01' I
Fikst PKi'CtxcT Th it portion of Puna
Saunders, master, with .siunll ctrgo I lying oMi of Kc.ntt and from the east-
and 100 tons sand bill.isl. for S 111 em boundary of Kau to the ensteru
l'ruucisco. iboundnry of Knmaili, following that I Front St., NoXt to Akana's
Sept. 131I1, Tuesday, S. S. Enterprise, ' boundary to and nlong the western
Youigien, master, for Sin 1'rancisco, ' boundary of the Kaohe homesteads and
En CD-pi m
?3 cS rn
r pwx te
t t AQX 3
tt-iitioii of the public it is a .slight
token of his appreciation of the
benefit that a well conducted and
enterprising newspaper is to a town.
Knrther, it is a notice to the world
by an enterprising man and gives
those seeking locations a good
opinion of the business men represented.
PROFITS OF SMALL FARMING.
with five runs as against the lkamerh'
score of ten. They scored another run
through Kekucwn, which brought the
score up to 6 to 10 in favor of the Ileam
ers. la the two remaining innings 1
neither team scored, and the Union ball '
tossers found themselves defeated young
sters. There was some good base run
ning, and the crowtl showed a lively in
terest in the playing. Xamloch proved
hisabililto curve a swift bill, which
were aliuo-.l too much for Solomon. The
game was one of the most interesting of
In the second game between the Moo
heaus and the Oiiomcas, there were mail)
interesting features, which held the crowd
till dusk, when the score stood 1. to 13
in favor of the latter team.
Vtest lluunll's llckel.
fifteen passengers, eighty Japanese
steerage, and cargo: Sugar, Hakalau,
106,764 lbs.; Ola 1, 2,750 lbs.; coffee,
74,660 lbs.; hides and skins, 4,456
lbs; 4,893 bunches bitiauas, mid mis
cellaneous merchaudie amo'iiiiliiig
to f 3,916.45. Total $18,879.36.
Sept. 13th, Tuesday, Ship Tillie P.. Star
buck, Winn, master, for San Fran
cisco, 1 pissenger and cargo of sugar
as follows: Hawaii Mill, 2,960 bigs;
Pepeekeo, 6,34s bags; Olaa, 4,04b
bags; Waiakea, 7,470 bags; Oiiomea,
14,083 bags. Total cargo J 156,545.79.
Sept. 15th, Thursday, Ship Port George,
Gove, master, with cargo of sugar as
follows: Oiiomea, 4,360 bags; Ha
waii Mill, 1,485 bags; Olaa, 1,752
bags. Total cargo, $32,776. 12
Austin, Stafford Wallace, Ksq.
Chalmers, Mrs. John
Chaves, Mr. John Feigueira
Kealuha, Mrs. Km 1 Kelley
Kaauwut, Mr. I).
W. I. MADKIRA. P. M.
Those agriculturists who contem
plate engaging in small farming in
the Hawaiian Islands should not
overlook the marketable condition
of fruit grown and shipped. .Main
land commission merchants have no
use for small bunches of bananas
or undersized fruit of any kind.
The Southern California growers
long ago discarded the small varie
ties of fruits, so that now their or
chards bear only the best and largest . The RP'''- " West Hawaii met
, . , , , , 111 convention last wetk mid nominated a
specimens, which arc prized both j SciMU)rla, ,, Representative ticket,
by the dealers and bujei.s. As an Senator J. I) Pans presided and Secre
example of the short-sightedness of wrj Atkinson lent his presence to the
the Oriental truck gardener, he dignity of the occasion. There had been
sells his largest tomatoes and keeps I nimow or.'', ,,ro,"''le "0"lest ,,ut ll!ere
, ,, , - , , was no evidence to indicate such a thing.
the small product for seed. Asa!,, K Nlilalet who ,.as ,)ce mmilmx
consequence, only small tomatoes ( fr senatorial honors, moved that the
can be puichased at the vegetable convention endon-e John T. llrown of
stands. This holds true of nearly Hl'o !"r one senator, mid Geo. P. Kaniau-
every varietv of vegetable or fruit """ """ '""' "cc " "c leu., lorti.e,
, ,'... seiiatonal nomination, arose and in a
grown by the Asiatic fanner. , Mlrlotc s)etc)l Illlllllimleil 0e0f c eH. ,
To hi sttccesslul and to obtain the . tl f w.iioliiiui, Kau. Hewitt proved to I
highest prices available the Ha-; be the unanimous choice of the couveu
waiiau agriculturist should strive li,,ll 'ril:i'L' was some little rivalry over
in grow oulj the best fruits obtain- candidates for the lower house, but the
,, , ,. . ,, ticket finally dtcided upon was as follows:
able and to eliminate scrubby or H ,, Io,sleli f Ko,wUi Wm J
dwarf fruits In this vaj only can 'oreenwell, of Kealakekua, Chas. II. Pu-
Hawaii establish a reputation for nn, North Konala and Win. J. Wright of
the quality and character of its Htxikena.
fruit. The example of Jamaica in , ,. 7. ..
.. .. r 1 . 1. Tln Democratic CiuiimiiIkii.
the cultivation of bananas might1
.....11 I... ,,.,.1nt..il l.v TInwnlif,,, 1 Ncxt Thursday morning a party of
Subscribe for the TltlliUNi:
tion $2.50 er ear.
Thoroughbred lox terrier pups.
(pure of DR. HliNRV IIAYKS.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
n Hue the extension thereof to the bound
ary of Kcaati.
Polling Place Kalapaua School House
Skconii Pki.cinct The lands of
Keaau and Olaa.
Polling Place Road llotrd Stables;
til miles Volcano Road.
Third Pkkcinct That portion of Hilo
l)ing between Punt ami Pouahawai
Strict mid Road and the line of it9 exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place D ivies & Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Wai ikea and Kalepo
FotiTH PititciNCr That portion of Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct and
the Houolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
l'HTH Pkkcinct That portion of Hilo j
lying between Houolii Stream and the
laud of Makahaualoa.
Polling Place Papaikou School House.
Sixth Pki.cinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
ami the bed of the Waikaumalo Gulch.
Polling Place Honomu Court House.
Skvh.nth Pkkcinct That portion of
the First Hlectiou District lying between
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of
Hamakua, including the land of Hun
inula. Polling Place Laiipahoehoe Court
F.ichth Prrcinct That portion of
the First Hlectiou District lying between
the Seventh Precinct and the lands of
Polling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Prkcinct That portion of the
First Flection District lying between the
Eighth Precinct mid the bed of the
Polling Place Hoiiokaa Court House.
Tkntii Pkkcinct That portion of the
First Hlectiou District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohata District.
Polling Place Kuktiihaele School
HlkviiNTH Pkkcinct The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the First Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Ham.
it., Noxt to A
In Kog or Bottlo
JOHN KAI, Jr.
1'. PhCK I'rtmlilt-iit.
C. C. KUNNI'.IIV VIce-I'reB.
JOHN T. MOM .jiiiI VIce-lTe
C. A. HTOIlIlt Cuhliler.
nios. C KIIXiWAY, Srcritnry.
J, .Cauarlo, John J. ('.race,
V. S. I.yiuuu, II V Patten,
Win I'nllar, W. II hliiininn.
j Democratic speaktrs will start the cam-
,-,...,. . ,..v..u, ..,B inaignhygoingoverhndto meet Cau.li
heavy arrivals, the hau Mancisco 'dateCurtls P. Iaukea at Waipio Sunday Hongkoug-Shanghai II ink-1 Shanghai,
nrv I "'K i-orponiiim ) Wllllia.
Drovv Uxchunge on
lie Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. Ilaiik...Siu Francisco
WellsFargo & Co's II ink New York
The National Hank of the Re-) ..: ,
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hoiigkoug-Shiiighui Hank-' I Hongkong,
ing CorKrntiou ) China.
KONA ANIl KAU,
Call at Tribune Office
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGK, IIII.O
1IAVH NOW A FLKKT OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUIILIC IIIRH
J asscngers and baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches ami row bouts to hire
lor private picnics anil moonlight, rides.
' RING UP ON Tltt.KPIIONK
I AGHNl'S FOR
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
I Self-startir and reversible engine. In
practicability it is tijital to the steam en-
igine. Siies from ly, h. p. upwards.
Iloals fitted with this engine or Iratues 01
any size to order. For particulars apply
I to R. A. LUCAS, Manager
ALL KINDS OF
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PHASIC. President.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., V. S, A.
A CLEAN SHAVE
With Antiseptic Razors.
Hot Face Paths. Stylish Hair Cuts
Perfumes in Stock.
Ladles' Shoes Polished.
THE SILENT BARBERSHOP
I Opposite Courthouse, Hilo.
E. N. HOLMES 1
uiai ket is overstocked with bananas night. The legislative candidates Henry j
waiiau bananas, wliicl
' V - 1 -. ... -
iin.l low prices sue prevailing. Ha- Wist, -vnl Hwaliko and Kamnko of Hongkong-Shanghai it tuk. ,M j": ""
I, have been ie- ''"' win lonu tne parly ami be joined' ing .rporiuiiiii ,,,," '
..4 !..!.. .11 1.. I... KT..1..II..1... ...t... 1 I I i J I
,. L..l..tl...u1.. 1... M,.1UM..1... ...l. I . ..
... . . to i . i uiiMmini.li. i 4tiviivnii I, Willi i-i U Ml
triilmKnt2 0oaiiilS2 25iH!rbuiicli,,1 ,,,lllocriltie ciui,,i(hu; f()r' tllt. ,ower
a if now selling for $1.50. bailey msl.. Imikea is now in Kona and left
pineiipples, sflected, weighing five ' jrsienlnv for Kohuht. A Ing Demorr.ilic
to six poiiiids, bring 5.00 to $6.oalidl) will be held ni Waipio,
SAFE DEPOSIT .BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
Liculitrs 011 Application,
Fikst Pkk.ci.nct North Kohala.
(Polling place Circuit Court House.
Skcond Pkkcinct South Kohala.
Polling place Wainiea Court House.
Third Pkkcinct That portion of
North Komi lying north of the northerly.!
hound try of Holualoa ami 11 line running I
from the north corner of Holualoi to the
south corner of Fuuauahtilit. 1
Polling Place Circuit Court House at !
Fourth Pki.cinct That portion of
the Second Flection District lioiinileil '
by the Third Precinct, Hamakua, Kau,
he boundary of Keaauliou from Kau to !
Iloiiauiiaii, the north boundary of Houaii
11.111 mid the sea.
Polling place Kou iwaeua School
I'liTii 1'KKCiNcr That portion of
South Komi lying between Keel 2 and
Olelomoaua 1. ,
Polling place Hookeua Court House.
Sixth Pki.cinct Th it portion of
South Koua lying between the Filth Pre
cinct ami Kau. !
Pulling place Papa School House. 1
Skvhntii Pkkci.m'1 That poition of
Importer mid Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture ami
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Hugs, Matting ami
Wagons and Carriages
E. N. HOLflES
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