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IIII.O, MAWAlr, TUHSDAV, (iCTOUKU iH, tpo..
'Plllt IVKKKI.V llll.n
Perhaps you uut enough, yet yon
do not gut niiioli botiolil from yum
food. on koon thin anil wiuks arc
Itn-d nil tliii 1 1 nit?, nml your tiorvrn
iitu In a bad w.i). Why mil strengthen
V'i,iriii',le!,U,m aml Bl ril1 "' y"'U 'lr'thfts and will sail this week on
ltMil tlieso worils from Mrs. B, (J Miinrn,
nf I hIhii j;. li'tnrl 1. Mrs. Minim :il- im-iiiI
Irr j-lii.-(.;r.i .li.
"1 siuii-riit crr.itly with liiillgrstlon ami
Oi-nllit) lur .1 liiiiR tlmo. Sl(-i-i 1II1I tint rr
1n-sli liio, nml I mi In a vi-ry 1ml M.iti-. Onn
ol in frleinls Atniiiisly rroomiiii-iiiliMl Ajrr's
Mrii'iriMi, unit ittrr n cnl ilnlnr-lii-slu-Hun
I luiilu up tm tnlnif tn try it. Tn in;'
eri-it mrirlr, I lull lint t.iKrn oncliiilf a
l-iiiln In'lurr 1 fi-lt irn-.ith Improvi-il Inner,
vriv. I oiilr timk tlirro'lmttles, nml t cm
inm limn-illy iiy tint I am i-nllri-ly frfi1
I nun .ill lit inv nlil Irniililci. anil miiMuVr
tiiiiir iH-rfi-t'tly iiin-il. .M-r'Sir-.ii.irllU
is V-'l t.iitilv u wiiiiilrrtnl lilnoil incilli'lnc."
llu-roaru miny (mit.il ton RirisiiurllUs,
Ilo (Mirosmi uofAji-r'n."
I'rtrartil by Dr. J.C. Aycr Co., Lowell, Mii., U. S. A.
I-'or Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
FIRST BANK OF HILO
lucorpor.'ited Under the Laws of the
Territory of lluwaii.
I'liACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
1. P:CK I'resMenl.
C. C. KUNNUHY Vlcc-I-rcs.
JOHN T. MOIR-Jini Vlce-1'rcs.
C. A. STOIIIH Cashier.
TIIO'i. C. KIIK1WAV, Srcrctary.
K. S I.niniii
John J. Oruce,
II. V. l'atten.
I"r.iv ICxcliunjie on
i n ll.uik of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, l-.rfio & Co. ll.ink...S.iu l'rancisco
Wells, l-'.irno & Co's ll.uik New York
The National Hank of the Re- ciiicatro
C.lynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
lliiUKkoiig'SlMUgliai Hank- HoiiKkoug.
iug Corporation ) Cliiuii.
HotigkouK-Sliunghai ll.uik- I Shanghai
imr Ciirlionilinil.. C Clllll.l.
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m 1 11 1.
) Yokohama i
MOiigKong-aiiaiiKiiiii ....k- . , IIi(n! .;
ing Corporation j -
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month 01 Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Matson Navigation Go.
rhr only Direct I.iue between San I'ran-j
Cl.scoanti iuio.oiiiiuisiiik i..
following Hast Sailers
Hark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DHU
Hark MARION CH1LC0TT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tite CHAS. COUNSELMAN
,"'" Mf iVo1' l .1 .l,0Hre X
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1'or dates of sailing and terms,
J 110. D. SprccllClS & BrOS. Go,
327 Market St.,Snn Hrancisco.
It. T. CUAKD. Agent,
WtU'tlkea DOat HOUSe
K.A. Ll'CAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA UKII1GK, HILO
HAVH NOW A HLHHT OH
and Small Boats
I'OR PUIILIC HIRK
l nssi-ngers nud baggage tuken to nud
fn.iii v i -.xi-ls in tlie barlior ut reusoiiable
rules. Launches and row boats to hire
Jin private picnics nml moonlight rides.
KINO UP ON TKUvPIIONK
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Si-lf-sliirternuil reversible engine. In
pr.iitienliility it is eipml to the steam en-(Iik-
Sizes from l)i h. p. upwards,
lln.itb fitted w ith this engine or fruuies 01
iiiij sie to order. Hor particulnrN apply
to R. A. LUCAS, Mauager
J.rfs'iftHin -.. ,-
a.' 'j .tjhuv wm.vs-'i
TO SHAIini Hilt 1110.
Iliiiiolnln Itlu-r MII Tri In l.orntr
Herb Youiik, the diver and boat
until of Young Brothers, Honolulu,
has disposed of his interests to his
the schooner W. 11. Mnrston for ,
San Francisco. Young has his eve
on several propositions and he ex-
pects to make a good strike on the
He is reticent about his plans,
Hut it is hinted that he has a scheme
on bund to try to locate the S. S.
Rio tie Janeiro which was lost ofT
San Krancisco four yeais ago.
Young is a vety successful deep
sea diver and has gone deeper than
l nas gone deeper tnan
TJo l,nc -nfl.-P(1 nis
He has worked as,
y fathoms. Ten fathoms
deep as twenty
is about the deepest that the average
tliver cares to venture. Young g, which require more; and aspi
I would neither deny nor affirm the rates like ph, th, kh, which require
I report of his possible venture after all the breath you have unless you
the lost treasure of the Rio. He is,
n very competent man in his busi-
uess and it is moie than likely that
he has some sticli card up his sleeve,
that inav return him good money,
STATE'S HO.NOIt SAVKO.
.Int-ksotn till- Hsiiiiit'i- Fills llnacli
ami Makes Display.
St. Louis An unique exhibit in
the Palace of Hoitictilture at the
World's Pair is that of Florida, the
state where everything from the
most ordinary of farm products to
tropical fruits are raised.
The State failing to make an ap
propriation for the World's Kair,
and the Coventor having refused
to appoint commissioners, the dis
play is made through the efforts of
the Times-Union, a daily newspaper
Ail extensive exhibit is made of
mangoes, sapodilloes, avacado pears, ,
green cocotuuils, limes, lemons, '
. . . .
oranees ami pineapples, which
shows the plant from the youngest
stage to the fully matuted fruit.
This feature is of great interest to
the many visitors, as very few per
sons living north of Florida, or
Mexico have never seen pineapples
grow. Many remarks are made by
sightseers about their previous ideas
of these fruits and the most com
mon is that pines are grown on
trees. Other features of the exhibit
are oranges, guavas, limes, tanga-
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ruio, iiiaiiu.ii nn-.i, Ki111411.11, iujc
fr;, n,l M.ne rni,iff nn trs
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NKW YORK TO PANAMA.
I.oiitr I'lstniicc Transmission
It is said that a contract has been
signed with a New York wireless
te eurati 1 c cotiioanv. tirov ( iitr for
-"- Ol 1 l ca
five of the longest wireless circuits
111 the world. The government
has been given the full use of the
system, and incurs the expense ol
installing it. I He contract is the
nrhi step toward mc reati.auoii 01
a plan for placing Xew England
and Panama in wireless commit-
nicatton. After the establishment
f ,1 i :,, , t,- , ,i,
of the service, its extension to the
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The c,rC,,,tS are as f0ll0WS: ..
, !'.. l'.i ,n I),..,, lnnn , OL.
nc; " i-",i " '", iuwiiiiiw,
rorto Kico to Key West, 1,000
(s0,,th Cuban coast to Panama,
1 720 miles.
I Pensncola to Key
1 0 ., ,-, , , ,, ,
South Culm to Porto
Stations have already been erect-
ed by the company on the Atlantic
Coast from New Knelaud to Florida
and by means of the naval wireless
station to be erected at Panama
connections will be made with the
De Forest stations now in course of
construction on the Pacific, and
thence to the Aleutian Islands,
which station will be the key to
the Alaskan business
London, Oct. 8.
Minister denies, that Japanese looses
at Port Arthur are heavy. He ex
pects the fleet to make a sortie soon
and says that the end of Port Ar
thur will then be near.
Subscribe for the Tit i mink
Island subscription 2,50 a yeur.
lCaiUiniii.it from Page Three.)
firimm's I.nw pruvliiK littKitistic re-
Intionsliin. and I mil tliroutrh.
To iln this I shall be obliged to
tlsc n little preliminary explanation.
You tire all mvare of the division or
classification of sounds and of the
letters of the alphabet representing '
tluin according to the organs of the
i,m voice bv which these various '
sounds are produced; and such
classification is the basis upon which
inquiries into the relationship of
languages vests. One system of
classification is into sounds made
hy the lins. like t. b. oh: sounds
tnnte wjul ule tCet, like t. d, th; ,
sounds made in the throat or palate, I
like k, u, kh: these are again (livid-""tice
eit transversly into thin sounds or
ed transversly into thin .sounds or
i ii .1 i- i
sl,ris, like p , t.k, winch require
little breath in their utterance; me-1
dial sounds, or sonants, like b, d,
have been taling onions.
Now Crimm, the man who told
fairy stories, in his examination ol
the Intlo-Kuropean languages, of
which we have been speaking, dis-
covered something which a good
many people at that time thought
was simply another fairy story;
what he discovered was this:
Skt. C.rk. I.at...
I.. O. and Hug..
This may not look wildly excit
ing nt first glance, but it is really
as interesting and quite as strange
as anything that Grimm ever wrote.
It means that an aspirate, as lor in
stance "th" in Skt. Gk. or I.at. be
comes thecorresponding medial "d"
in Eng. and th-coresponding surd
"t" in German. (etc.). To illus
trate: (i) Skt. llhrata," Ok. "I'hratua,"
I.at. "1'roter," hccouies "ltrother" in
Hug. and "l'ruoder" in old High Or-
Grk. "Thttgater" becomes "Daughter"
m T.-iur nmt f nrtili-r" in rlf-riii.iii.
" " .. ; ...
Gk. "Ther" (tiu-aiiing wild beast) be
comes "Deer" in ling, and "Thicr" (also
meaning wild beast) in German.
(.J) Skt. "Datua," Gk. "Domos," I.at.
"Doiiias"(meauiug house) becomes "Tim
ber" in Hug. and "Ziuimer" (meaning
room), in German.
Skt. "Dv.m," Grk. and I.at. "Duo" be
comes Hug. "Two," Genu. 111 "Zuei."
Skt. "Datnen," I.at. "Domare." be
comes in Hng. "Tunic" and German,
Gk. "Hdein," I.at. "Hdere," becomes
in Hng. "Hat" mid German "Hssen."
(3) Skt. "Tvani," Gk. and Lot. "Tit,"
becomes- "Thou" in Hng. and "Du" in
"Three" in Hug. iiul "Drei" in German.
Skt. "Tat," Gk. "To," becomes
"That" in Hng. and "D.is" in German.
Such is the working of Grimm's
theory, known as the I.aw of the
Permutation of Consonants. I.ike
, every law it has numerous excep-
tions whose existence proves the
l, ;iwtr Tl.w v.ti,c !,,.
ti iipi-iii m nv.iv. vv.s. viwtt -f mi v
for the most part been accounted
for, and the law itself stands to-day
I might suggest that a corres-
ponding system has been applied i
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to the comparative philoloKy of the
Polynesian dialects, as is .set forth
n Professor Alexander's excellent
introduction to Andrew's Hawaiian
.. . r . . .
Dictionarv. In the Polynesian
I "tufuiiRB" in Samoa,, and TonKan,
, uecomes lonniiRa in .Maori, 'lann- (
1 ... . . . . ... I
Est in Karotoncan, "toluia" in 1
Tahitian, and "kahuna" in Ha
waiian. Lamh Rack. This ailment is
usually caused by rheumatism of
' tbe muscles and may be cured by
applyiiiR Chamberlain's Pain Halm
two or three times a day and rub -
, bintf the parts vigorously at each
, noplication. If this does not afford
I relief, bind on a piece of flannel
slightly dampened with Pain Halm,
and quick relief is nlmost sure to
follow. For sale by Hilo Drug
?itr Kent. Flll'll islltMl.
The Niiutihi cottage on School street,
containing six moms and bath.
49-4 KIDGWAY & RIDCJWAV.
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Jersey 'mil llolslelu heifer calves, full
blooded or mixed, if three dajs old, will
he bought by
JIM MORRIS, Hilo.
m ihiriTi'iiriniiliT 111. r""
Wiihkkas, The Act to provide n
Government for the Territory of Hawaii
provides that ii general election shall he
held on the Tiu-mIiiv next nfter the first
Monday in November, A. I). 1904, nml
that at least forty days before any election,
l,,e v?rinr nhall issue mi election pro.
1 wiihkkas, u is nroviiieii in me kiiics
nud UeKtiliitionn for AiltuiitistcriuK Oaths
and Holding Hlectinns thai no change
Ahull he tuiiile us lo the hottudaries ol
liny precinct wllltiu sixty dayt of elect
inn, Now, TmcKUi'oitK, In accordance
therewith, I, George R. Curler, Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii, herehy give
tlmtn Kem-ral election for a Dele
K"lc lo t,,e Vnse "f Ucl're''lal,VM "r
K"lc lou,L "u,,w" 'v'""'"- "
the United States to serve during the
piftv.nlnlh cgre, and for Senators
,,, t.pr(;selllftl,vi., of lllc , .eKlsh,t.re of
the Territory of Hawaii, will lie held on
Tuesday, November Milt, A. D. 1904
throughout the Territory lietween the
hours of S o'clock n. in. iinil 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are as follows:
Hirst District The Island or Hawaii;
Second District The Islands of Maui,
Moloknl, I.nuai and Kahoolawe:
Third District The Island of OjIiu;
l-'ourlh District The Islands of Kauai
The electors in the said Senatorial
Districts are entitled to elect Senators as
In the I'irst District two;
In the Second District two:
In the Third District three;
In the Hourth District one.
The Representative Districts, Regisl.
ration Precincts and Polling Places are
Pl'NA. IIII.O NII ltAMAKl'A, ISI.vNl) Of
HihstI'ki'.CIXCT That portion of Puna
lying smith of Keaatt and front the east
ern boundary of Kau to the eastern
boundary of Kamaili, following that
boundary to and along the western
boundary of the Kauhe homesteads and
a line the extension thereof lo the bound
try of Keaau.
Polling Place Katapaua School House.
St'.coND Prkcinct The lands of
Keaau and Oliia.
Polling Place Road Hoard Stables;
n miles Volcano Road.
Third Prkcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Puna and Pouahawai
Street and Road ami the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place D.ivies & Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Wuiikea and Katepo.
l'otrrii Pki'.cinct That portion ol Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct 11 ml
the Honolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House nt
l'll'TH PKI'.CINCT That portion of Hilo
lying between Honolii Stream nml the
laud of Miikahaualoa.
Polling Place P.ipaikou School House.
Sixth Puhcinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
and the bed of the Waikaumnlo Gulch.
Polling Place Hononiu Court House. 1
Skvi'.nth Pki'.cinct That portion of
the Hirst Hlectiou District lying between
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of I
Hnmnkua, including the laud of Hull-1
Polling Place Luupihoehoe Court
Kksiitii Prkcinct That portion of
the Hirst Hlectiou District lying between
the Seventh Precinct ami the lauds of
. UllllILl . .111,.. .V.1WIIV .J.IIUJi llUU'lk.
1I..1II.... 111. .a L'.il.n Unlmnl llm...
; N,nth PK.'.c.NCT-Tlmt portion ol the
! Hirst Hk-ction District lying between the
' ''hth Precinct and the bed of the
I M,,,a,,n,,',c Gl,,ch-
I Polling Place Ilouokna Court House.
Nllllll pre(..illcl nlul Koludn'District.
Polling Place Ktikuihnele School
i Ki.HVitN'rn I'kHiMscrr The balance of 1
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the Hirst Precinct.
Polling Place Kiiicilio Ranch Itnrti.
KOIIAI.A, Ko.VA NI KAU, ISI.ANII Ol'
Hikst Pkkcinct North Kolialn.
polling place Wnimea Court House.
I Tiiikh Pki'.cinct That nortiou of
North Koim lying north of the northerly '
l,,0Mm,"r' r"0,u' 8"J running.
! front the north corner of Holunloa to the
' south corner of Piiuannliiilu.
l Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Houktii Pki'.cinct That portion of
the Second Hlectiou District bounded
by the Third Precinct, Hnmnkua, Knu,
he boundary of Keaaithou from Knu to
, Hoiiainiaii, the north boundary of Ilouaiu
j nan nud the sea.
roiling place Konawaena .icnool
Hutu Prkcinct That nortiou of
! South Komi lying between Kcei j and '
Polling place Hookeua Court House. I
Sixth Pit kcinct That portion of
South Komi lying between the I-ilth Pre-1
cinrt and Kau,
Polliiiu place Papa School Jloiue, '
SKVIINTII 1'KKCINCT Tllnt iKirlloil of
Kim lying between South Kotm uml I'll
i Polling place Wniohiuti Court House,
I HlOIITII PkltClNCT The remainder of
I MH.I,. 1 I IIV ICIIItMIIIICI IX
Polling phit'e l'.ihulu School I loust,
Theeleclms in the foregoing Rcpre-
ntntive Districts ore entitled to elect
Represenlntixes us follows
III the l'irsl District four;
In the Second District four;
In the Third District six;
Iti the Hourth District six;
In the I'lfih District six;
In the Sixth District four.
In Tkstimonv Wiihkhoi', I have here
unto set my hand nud caused the seal of
the Territory of Hawaii lo he hllixed.
Done nt the Capitol, 111 Honolulu, this
jyth day of August, A. I). 1904.
G. R. CARTHR,
Governor of Hawaii.
AM. KINDS OH
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PHASH, Ptesidenl.
SAN HRANCISCO, CAI... V S. A.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE
J.D. KENNEDY Jowolo
i.jijjk... ...... ...j...-.....
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers In Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and Alt Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
Sin Hrnncisco. - California
Hot Lunches 1
Meals Cooked to Order1
HILO BAKERY RESTAURANT
Open Till Midnight.
barber . shop
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Noxt to Akana's
In Kog or Bottle
JOHN KAI, Jr.
., ., .n ., H, ,.,.. 4, .L !.. ......
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UlJ . .Kg O w O a
eS "31 p J-u.
Q2-: gl d1
5 1 21 K
3 I fi-X Xi
; eiiu diiduc
1 IlIV k
' UUIl UUIIIlW f
.,,,,. tlulniL1 ,,,. f ,lt. i
sun 011 the pigment of the skin
f isiiktn toncttuil burning. X
i The residue is tnu or heckles, i
x The only way to net rid ol tun
f Is to stimulate the skin In f
hwiltll) i-ctivit) and thus expel
Hie illseoioriil pigment,
I JELLY I
This dainty fare cream helps
lo remove tun as nothing else
can. It soothes nud heals ami
leeds the skin.
It sbouhl be pari of eveiy
outing outfit and should he kept
al home lor use the year 'round.
PRICE, 25 CENTS
HILO DRUG CO., Ltd.
I.. SHAW, M.iil(K
r SERRAO LIQUOR CO.
Complete Stock of l-'ine.st Table
Wines, Peers, Whiskies, Gins,
Ilrandies nml Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
PR I MO BEER
Serrao lllock. Shipui ill Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always 011 Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Ileers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Ilottled
lOc Per Class
Telephone No. 7
j. g. SERRAO, Manager
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bkidgk St. - II11.0, II. I
Kkont St., Iln.o, II. I.
Choice Cuts ol
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Fino Fat Turkoys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Juno 10, '04
July 23, T04
Aug. 2G, '04
Sept. 29, '04
Nov. 2, '04
Doc. G, '04
July 6, '04
Aug. 9, '04
Sept. 12, '04
Oct. 16, '04
Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
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