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TUKRDAY, OCTOUKU u, 190.1
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I The Tkiuhnh likes a fair, Inmost
TUKSDAV, OCTOHHK it, 1 904. Rnme of imM.a1!, where every piny-
if.i - y ,cr knows the rules of the game and
tiled ion lM'oelnninlioii.
Imteicdalthe Posloffice ui IIllo. Iln-
Wilil, IIS second-class matter
I'tim.i.siutn kvhkv rtuismv.
J. Casti.k Rinr.w.w - Kditor
I). W. Marsh business Manager.
r. KKituivou (tin ri.rlltu llf ntllCI IjlilV
... . t InC I'm! Vfiv's Kmiii'v HnorliJ In Mimiliiv ill Novel
crs. Hall players should not for- lust C.u s 1 .1111. uoous to f
;et that they can he gentlemen on , Uic coininK L-liristniiis we Have ll(c (;ovt?rllor slm
CHARM'S WARRF.N PAIRHANKS
FOR IMU.M'.Vrit TO COXllUHSS:
jonaii urmo kalanianaolk
JOHN T. DROWN
GKOKGK C. HKW1TT
W. II. SH1PMAN
JAMKS I). LF.WIS
CAR I, S. SMITH
A QUIETUS NEEDED.
Wiiuuhas, The Act to provide m
, , Government for the Territory of llawnil
lo irttnt'd against the IHl.SSl-, provides that u general election shall lie
bilitV (f C.irry illg forward-ally I held on the Tuesday next nftcr the first
.Mn1nl.1v ill rsnvciulier, . I). 1901, nun
days before any election,
get that they can Do gentlemen on i.y - " """ In,,. Governor shallissue mi election pro-
the fit lit as well as elsewhere. The ' "' - . inu ai !. clmiiiulon.niiil
yamc played on Sunday, one week jstatltial reductions all of the! Wiihkkas, It Is provided in the Rules
Was far from wh'it the scrlhe I 'C" needlework, etc., that mud Regulations for Administering Oaths
f it,.. M'imiihvi would rill n clean 'OW remains. a,,,, "oIiIIiir Flections that nrt change
of the iRlllUMv would call a CU.au shall he made as to the boundaries ol
game. Aside from obstructing " ." j nny ,m.
base runners and interfering in 1 "" '""B" ' "'""Uon.-
r ..isiiiinhti u-nvs. the un-, "ere catenpnee" iigures, out, Now, tiikhkpokk. i"
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CaCIl UUC a genuine UaigUUI, merewiiii, J, vcur;i- i. wiiiici,uiivciiiui 1 - -'
none beintr less than 2 ; , ' of llu" Territory "rl,wn11. hereby ;lve 39th day orAu
wliilcniniivnrcnKliiirli as co"... """vt k" .. " - 1
,-,, ., J . . '' eate to tlie House of Representatives ol
While to us thtS represents ttle LT..iU-.l Stales to serve .luring the
a loss WC consider it Uiore ad- 1 lMftV-nlntli Congress, and for Senators
VailtagCOUS to liaVC nothing Oil and Representatives of the Legislatine of
any precinct within sixty ilayt of elect-
Kan lying Itelwteii Smith Kuna and 1'n-,
Polling place Waiohinii Court House,
KmilTII I'Kl'.eiM'T The relllaluder of
Polling place I'nlmlii School House.
The electors in the foregoing Repre. ,
seulallve Districts nre entitled to elect l
Reircseutftllves as follows: ,
In the l'irsl District four; .
In the Second District four:
In the Third District six;
In Hip Fourth District six;
In the l'ifth District six;
In the Sixth District four.
Is Tustimosv WiiKKKor, I have here-
HATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Juno 10, '04
July 23, '04
Aug. 2G, '04
j unto set my hand ami caused the seal of Sopt. 29, '04
The Democratic National Com
mittee has closed the mouth of
. i ii.. i .!...! i:.ii.. ..
JlKlge lillKtT llieu i;iiuuiUiUL- mi
Piesitlent so far ns speech waking
goeA in the present enmp.iinn. The
local detiuxratic campaign coni-
hiascd spectator dislikes to listen to
the continued wrangling over de
cisions of an umpire. An umpire,
whoever he may he, if honest, acts
according to the best of his ability
and his lights. He is no more
than human and is not always in
fallible. Players on both sides
agree to abide by the decisions of
the umpire, and when he strives to
lie. fntr a wild demonstration on the
part of the losing side is both un
gentlenienly and unseemly.
accordance I the Territory of Ilawuli to lie affixed.
Done at the Capitol, in Honolulu, this
gust, A. 1). 1904.
('.. R. CARTKR,
(lovernor of Hawaii.
July G, '04
Aug. 9, '04
Sopt. 12, '04
Oct. IG, '04
Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 23, '04
FOES OE SMALL FARMING.
The Japanese beetle is now
ravaging parts of Maui, and yet, as
mittee would stand abetter chance 'will be seen by the article from the
of electing their legislative candi- pen of Hrother Matthias it is an
d iles nnd delegate to Congress!, be-'easy foe to vanquish. Deputy
hand for the COlliillg Holiday the Territory of llnwall, will he lieldon
trade but fre1l Stock. (Tuesday. November 8lh, A. I). 1904
.... , . , 1 iiiroiiuiifuu uie. lerruury nemeeii 111c
I he assortment is put up m , Xmnn rs 0.clllcU , ,. ,, s 0,clocU ,,,
.1 package of small diincu-i.
sioilS, aild will be SCllt OH Sip-1 The Senatorial Districts nre ns follows:
proval, at our risk and free of, 1,irsl iNtrlci-The island of Hawaii;
, ' 1 .: r, Second District The Islands of Maui,
charge, o any one desirous of M)lok(.( Um Knhoolnw.
Seeing the goods. Third District-The Island of Oahu;
We have but Olie assort-1 Fourth District The Islands of Kuiiai
lncjit. It will be sent out in and Niiiiau.
the order ill which applica- The electors in the said Senatorial
tioilS ire received Districts nre entitled to elect Senators as
I In the First District two;
WATCHES, DIAMONDS 1
SILVER AND PLATED WARE i
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
Ring up at once.
phone No. 96A.
sides performing a public service
by shutting upCurtisI'Min Iaukea.
Up to the present time Candidate
Iaukea has advanced no reason for
Sheriff II. R. Hitchcock of Molo
kai reports that the lantana is
being eradicated by blight and the
Mexican fly imported by Koebele.
the election of himself or the demo-(The moral of all this is that the
cratic ticket. The principal theme I foes of small farming, including
of his speeches has been one of the Hulletiu, can be eradicated, and
abuse of the Carter administration that new and bugless industries are
and the republican patty. Such finding their way to the Islands,
tactics have always been the demo- ( Let our next legislatutc take up
cratic policy and regularly everj I the matter. Maui News,
four years it has received the well from recently published aflicles
merited rebuke it deserved Iaukea oll ti,e prophecied. failure of small
is following in the lineof his party's fanning in the Hawaii Islands
1'nnnilo Main ltonri lle-locntioii.
J. D. KENNEDY Jeweler 'i
record in the past and the voters
can be relied upon to do their pan
on November Slh in putting 11
quietus on his carpiugvituperation.
there are other foes besides boys
which might be included in the
moral of this tale."
l.UiT TIIKKK HAYS ASH N I HUTS.
RECURRENCE OF DENGUE.
!A Small Child In (Una Woods Willi-
, ,. . I out Food or Shelter.
The advice given by Dr. Orace, , ,
... . , . , , I To he lost in a tropial jungle such as
which appears in his letler to the j lh. 0an fori!lll for Ulree lnv, anil ,,,,,
TuiliUNK, appearing in this issue. wUhout f,i r shelter is nn experience
is both timelv and important. Aula grown person can contemplate only
ounce of prevention is worth a
pound of cure, and if the extermi
nation of mosquitoes will prevent
the recurrence of dengue and avoid
the possibility of yellow fever, the
with feelings of the utmost horror. Such
an experience was that of Johnny Kaw.
c'hal, the five-year old sou of n Galiciau
homesteader residing at the settlement,
three miles in from Glen wood. He wan
dered from home about noon on Monday
In the Second District two:
In the Third District three;
In the Fourth District one.
The Representative Districts, Regist
ration Precincts and Foiling Places are
1 as follows:
I Pt'XA. llll.O ANII 1IAMAKUA, ISI.ANO Ol'
I First Fkhcinct That portion of Puna
1 lying south of Keaau and from the east-
1 em boundary of Kau to the eastern
Proposals will he received at the office 1 boundary ol Kamaili, following that
of the Superintendent of Public Works I boundary to and along the western
Honolulu, T. H., until 12 o'clock in. of boundary of the Knolie homesteads and
October 24 1904, for furnishing all labor, 'n line the extension thereof to the bound-
tools ami materials necessary to con- ary of Keaau.
struct the m.iin road through Paauilo, polliuu Place Kalapana School House.
Plantation, Hamakua, Hawaii. I Sl,CONI, iMu'.eiNCT-The lands of
Plans and specifications on file at tlic I KcMU ,,,,,1'oIiim.
officeoftheAssista.it Superintendent ol plnceRoa(i oar,i Stnl),es;
Public Works, ami with K. I?. Richards, 1 n nMn VokaMO Roil,h
Agent o! ritiiuc worus, 11110, uawan,
copies of which will he furnished intend
ing bidders on receipt of $5-oo, which
sum will be returned to the bidder aflei j
he has deposited his bid nnd returned the
plans and specifications
Tiiikh Pri'.cinct That portion of Hilo
I lying between Puna and Pouahawni
j Street and Road nnd the Hue ofitsexten
I siun to the sea.
Polling Place Davies & Co.'s Wnre-
! !....... A...UV f t.,l l-un n...1 Ln1r.
li,..l .....cl l. U1iU..,l n.l ,!. t """ -"":' "' "" "" .h--
Health authorities should not be and for three days and three nights the
this matter their ' cr'lze" ""llir searcuei ine wooos ior ins
loslcnilil. All ine outer Homesteaders
blank forms which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works and K. K. Richards, and enclosed
in n sealed envelope addressed to Hon.
C. S. Holloway, Superintendent ol Public
Works, Honolulu, T. H., endorsed "Pro
posal for Main Road through Paauilo j
Plautatioa, Hawaii." J
FoilTH PttKCINCT That portion ol Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct and
the Houolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Fii'Tii Pri'.cinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Houolii Stream and the
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Noxt to Akana's
In Kog or Bottle
JOHN KAI, Jr.
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FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Laws of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
Waiakea Boat House
R. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA HRIllGK, IIII.0
left their employment and assisted in the
I search, and Captain Martin, four officers
The results shown on Long Is-,settl
land and the Jersey coast bv a sys-1 ""- h'ixi,, co,ne1 HCr"ss .his ,h0,,f ln re
' . .... .. t.i .nanluil nritlo 11 tliu Crr.mt
, . I niAJIl"SC il H.WV.IHVM Willie III HIV. IWU.AH
tcmatic movement to rid these sec- ' ..... r ',... ..... ......,,..., ,.
I lit lllllC II.IIVJ.I II. Ill ...lllllkl .11 II iiiiiv.
and a half from his home. His little
tions of this pest speak for them-
Knch proposal must contain the full ""'" ol aiakanauaion.
name of the party or parties making the "'"K Place-PapaikouScliool House,
same and must be accompanied by a Sixth Prucinct That portion of
certified check of 5 t of the amount of the Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
proposal, payable to C. S. Holloway, and the bed of the Waikaumalo Oulch.
Polling Place Houomti Court House.
Shvkntii Pui'.cinct That portion of
tract mMU be entered into. nlc Hirst F.lectiou District lying between
don the task when about II o'clock a. 111. " l'"'l'" "' '"- c"":"l""""" . me hixin rrecinci mm me nummary 01
TIiiitmImv tin (Yented father, with hU
clothes torn to tatters, rushed into the AsustantSuperintendentofPublic Works,
ement with the starved child in his or ,'' ' 'icliarls. ami .lenvere, ni l e
ollice ol tlie huperiuleuileui 01 riiuuc
Works previous to 12 o'clock in. on the
slow in giving
serious attention. The sanitary
fund raised bv the imposition of a
Whatf tax ution all mods coming and a souad of emhl prisoners scoure.l I SuperinU-u.lent of l'llic Works, nssurety
:... .1.: r ... t.Vo.,:'i the vieinitv fur a..v trace of the .nissim I t,,al ",e proHU De accepted a con
UllW I'lll t l IIWIII IIII i I11IIVIT.W J - .r -- n
...i it 1..1 1.1 nii,i,1(, llwy. The searchers were about to aban-
.1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 I l lllllll 111 Jl IJL IIllLll-1 I
Ittllueu thai! 111 a war upon tliei, ,., f.i,, .;,i, ,,;0tnade on the blanks furnished by the . Hamnkua. includiuu the land of Huu
Place I.aupahoehoe Court
F.ic.HTii Pri'.cinct That portion of
I the First lUectiou District lying lietweeu
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. II., Oct 4U1, 1904. S-3
....1 i r...ii.:..o :.. v, !,.,. 1....1 in- 1 ..,.1.1 1 i. 1...1 1....1 to reject any or an urns,
.luiivr. iw.uiilii.n ill 41.11 Ji.; 1 uuil Win Mill nun 1.UI11, inn iiic Mill nail -
which were unbearable to live in sufficient strength to cry aloud. He was ,
dmiiig the summer season, are now ' ,,,We to lrH,,Ke frtler.Hii.l a wound in- j
r .. . , I dieted with a gras knife which he car-
11 ci: uiiiu iiiwmjhuw, .... .... iu i.iv. ; rjc)l ,,,,,,.,, fllrt,u.r wflkiK. ;
eliniiiiation oi stagnant pools by, Mrs. l-:. Fuhr. who was a guest of the j XotlCO !( CtUKlidlltCS I'OV
simple drainnge. Hack yards, al- Junkins on the Volcano road was sum-1 IiMpHImi it ilwk I nir.
leys and deserted lots containing moued to the scene and took personal! ,illU". '" l,l, ,Jl'"
standing water, or receptacles such charge of the child who was now in a j lNllltlU'O.
, , , , rr 1 very weakentd condition. She nursed
as tin cans, tubs and barrels afford , th u tay ,, 1ik1i1 ,, ,)r()ll.ht
fertile breeding grounds for the hilll ,lown to the Hilo hospital Saturday , ,,,.,, hy a lhal CBmI,(lnU., for
iroliflv mosquito. Choked glitter- evening, where the little fellow is now 1 elcrtifin to tlie I..KislntMre except o the
spouts, drains and water tanks nre ' resting ipiietly. There is no danger jisnmi. r oahu, shall deposit their uouii
placesof propogation, and even the ; tcip.iteil to his uiinl a- the result of nations with the Secretary of the Terri-
1 1 1 . r ! his perilous condition. The Swelling ' iorv ,..,1 1 ,,,,,. .I,,,,, ihirtv davs before tlie
cuspidors and water containers foil. ,,.,., ,, ., ,, r "rj 1101 itss man uurij uas oeiort iul
1 , n- r ll,,s lcfl 1,,s l""Klle "'", lonMls- al"1 1,e 1S day of a General Election, it w ill be uec-
copy press work 111 ofhees may often l)k. to take nourishment. Praise is be- I Jaty tlml hUcll m))inatious he filed in
be seen fairly alive with Wigglers 01 .stowed by Capt. Fetter and the hospital this office not later tliau five o'clock on
pupae of the embryo mosquito, .authorities on Mrs. Fuhr for the prompt the afternoon of Monday, October loth,
Householders should look to their -'"d generous care given to the suffering ,,,.,.
1 1 i- 1, . i- child, she having nursed the patient tin- i ,)r,l..r In he rlMlne to election ns n
drains and eliminate nil standing 1 ... . . ., 1.1 eiij,um. 10 Liicuounsn
... ... K 1 til her own strength nearly gave out and Senator a person shall he a tunic citizen
water, and the representatives of the , lms BCIlcrolIh,y mfered to bear the cost of of lhe Ulliu.(l Stntt.s ,lve nlt(llnei, Uie
Hoaul ot nealtu can periorm no n private room for the baby's comfort
bt'ltiT service to the
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'"'"""" '"" vears. and be utittlifit.il to vote for Semi-
Word has been received in Hilo that lors i t1B district from which he is
The Superintendent reserves the right th Seventh Precinct nnd the lnnds of
l PUCK Preslileiit.
C. C. KKKNItDV Vice-Pies.
JOHN T. M01K,.2Mil Vlcc-Prcs.
C. A. STOII1H Cnsltlcr.
TIIOS. C. KIIH.WAY, Srcreli.ry.
J. . Canarlo, John J, (tract,
V. S. I.yiuati, II. V. Patten,
Win. Pultar. W. it. hliipiuntt.
HAVF. NOW A FLHHT OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUI1LIC HIRK
1 nssengeisaiid baggage taken to and
from vessels in the harbor nt reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
I (or private picnics nnd moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELKPIIONK
Draw Exchunue on
1 e Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Fargo & Co. l!atik...S.m Fmncisco
Wells. Fargo & Co's Hank New York
The National Hank of the Re- ) chil.a(,
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- Hougkotig,
ing Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- ( Shanghai,
ing Corporation ) China.
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
4 Self-starter nnd reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to.the steam en
gine. Sizes from l4 h! p. upwards.
Hoats fitted with this engine or frames ot
nny size to order. Por particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS. Manager
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PI-ASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI... l S, A.
'aaSSlB-S-IS? A CLEAN SHAVE
service to the communitv
than the enforcement of sanitary
measures looking to the extermina
tion of the mosquito.
I age of thirty years; hae lesided in tile
' Hawaiian Islands not less than three
Commodore II. II. Muclalr and n is yacht elected.
Lurlins reached her home port at Sail i order to be eligible to election as a
Petlro, tweuty-one davs after clearing Member of the House of Representatives ,
from Hilo. J lie vessel lelt tins port oil i ersoii shall, at tlie lime of election. 1 .1... c.. 1 iji...i.... n!u.,u. i. i.i .
August 20, and according to accounts of ;,lllve (lUlllllcrt tIlc . of iwentyfive by tli-Thlnl Precinct. Hamakua, Knu. I
Polling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Pri'.cinct That portion of the
First F.lectiou District lying between the
Kiuhth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Houokaa Court House.
Tkntii Pri'.cinct That portion of the
First Flection District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohala District.
Polling Place Kuknihaele School
Fl.l'.VHNTll Prf.CINCT The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the First Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Hani.
KOIIAI.A, Ko.V AND KAU, ISI.VNI) 01'
First Pri'.cinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House.
SiiCONi) Pui'.cinct South Kohala.
Polling place Waimea Court House.
Third Pri'.cinct That portion of
North Koua lying north of the northerly
boundary of Holualoa and n line running
from the north corner of Holualoa to the
south corner of Pmiaualmlu.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Fourth Pri'.cinct That portion of
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Mouth ot Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
With Antiseptic Razors.
Hot Face llaths. Stylish Hair Cuts
Perfumes in Stock.
Ladles' Shoes Polished.
THE SILENT BARBER SHOP
Opposite Courthouse, Hilo.
E. N. HOLMES
sr Importer and Denier in American and Foreign
H Dry Goods and tirocorios
g Boots and Shoos
Hats and Caps
g Ladies' and Men's Underwear
H Hardware, Paints and Oils
S Hour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture and
.1 .! I..I. .. IM... . . . . ..-..
i..L- v..)..!- .......I-.. .,..,.k ,,...Be. 1 1.. years; lie a male citizen ol tlie United i1H i,oiiii.l..rv nf Kennuhou from JTaii to I
the Hawaiian 1st- Honniiiinii. the north boundarv of Honau-
I p it is the lust thing he does be
fore he resigns, Sheriff Andiews
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should corral all danuerous rorto V(.wi win i- nvcrimuieii mid nmii.ii.iv i i t.i.i i.. ,... i.
I .-.-- - -..- - , j .Tiuii-n, iiiivc ie-iiui.il .. i. u- iii.iw.iii.il mi-
i: i. .,..., ...... ,..!.,, I...... I... ..,,. ,...i ......! i...r. .,.. .....i.i..., ......ii.ur ,r:., ....... ....
iml-uh i-muui-ii-i-i, ni.u.iMj " .-"-v- i '6'i ,..-. ,....n...H ....w.,,1 ni', (inns mil less inan turee years; ami snail , tlau ami t,e hea i m-
Olid Mirandas and appiehelid Hilo's ' provided her owner Mr. Sinclaii does not ,,L. m,aHr.cd to vole for Repieseutaties in ' ponin,r i,1CL. Konawaena School ' C
chicken thief, who escaped '' "b- z. " , " t , - .meuismci iromwnieu ue is eiecte.i. i,,,,,., -
i.ti.il ti tilt uiliuii lilt lull Mill Ikldlltl,. . l .. .t. . . . . i ' s
', .................. ......,. uacunouiiuauoumusineuccoiupauied p,Kril PRl'.CINCT-That portion of S
He was so pleased witli the hospitality ,y dencisit of twenti-live dollars, and , j.i. t.- ii.r i..,...., iri , .i S
- - which he icceived in Hilo and Honolulu be signed by not less than twenty-five oielomoana I '
IIUOTIIKK MATTHIAS, for expell- ' UiImIH crl,lhe ,.ln'y Uiilifil electo.s of the distiicl for . PoUImb pic'eHookena Court House. ,
i ., i- iin.i I I which such election is lo tie held. l-..... ti....,.... ,!.... .i.. ..r T"
inn nn an: uese ueet e iro ii u us --- - - - - oiui inntinti nmi uun.uu m
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Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Bugs, Matting ami
Wagons and Carriages
hushes, is entitled to the
fame Si. Patrick won in
A I Volcano House.
R. Lindsay, II. K. Martin, Win.
Weiihl. L. A'. Ainliews. Geo. 1. Hewitt.
Ireland of rejitiles, Adveiliser. John T. Moir, W. G. Ogg, C. Woliers.
1 which sttcli election is to be held.
a. i,. . Ai uuhu., ; south Koua lying between the Fifth Pre
Secretary of Hawaii. , ciuctand Kau.
The Capitol, Honolulu, September iflth, I Polling place Papa School House.
1904, S-3 I Suvii.Nsrii Pukcinct That portion of
E. N. HOLHES
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tt'WliA tl$H'limxf. , r i. Ay,,
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