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'fHtt WMWKLV H11.Q, TRlllUNh. , 1111,0, HAWAII, TUHSDAV, OCTOimR a.s, 1904.
ASfYour Barber or$&P)
aSP1 Your Druggist? wPf!
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a liottlo of Ayer's Hair Vigor.
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Por Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra September 14
Alameda September 23
Sonoma October 5
Alameda October 14
Ventura October 26
Alameda November 4
Sierra November 16
Alameda November 25
Sonoma December 7
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma September 13
Alameda September 2S
Ventura October 4
Alameda October 19
Sierra October 25
Alameda November 9
.Sonoma November 15
Alameda November 30
Ventura December 0
Alameda December 21
In connection with the sailing of the
above ste.uiier.1 the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by nny railroad
from S.in Hruiieisco to all points in tin
lulled States, and from New Vork In
nn steamship line to all European ports.
I'or further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
CANAUIO & STOXK, Props.
Wo Shavo, Cut Hair and
Shampoo at Lot-Livo Rates
All razors cleaned with antiseptics after
Perfumes e.l the finest quality kept in
stork, a trial ol which is solicited.
We also take particular pains with Chil
Union Huimm.nc, Waiauueuue St.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
lliti'K SI. Catharine, Capt- Saunders
Hurl. Amy Turner, Cant. Wnrland
Hurl. .Miirlliii Hints, Capt. McAllman
Fur freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
0. HRRWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
All ireighl sent to ships by our launches
will he dunged to sliippeis'niilessaeconi
puuieil by a written older front the cap
lulus ol yewls.
jotf It. A. l.UCAS & CO.
4f Copyright, 1902. hy
I hue lull lililiilie llil'iillirli llu I'm III ill I
the direction or the Unlit on the tug
mid pile driver. Shearer, the water I
drlpplui; from Ills tlaxeii tnustaehi1.
Joined them like a shadow. At the
river he announced his opinion, "We
eun hold her all right," he assured
them. "It Ml take n few more piles, hut
by morning the storm 'II lie over, and
she'll uukIii to go down again."
The three picked their way over the
ereaklug, swaying timber. Hut when
they reached the pile driver they found
trouble afoot. The crew had mutinied
mid refused lunger to drive plies un
der the face of the Jam.
"If she breaks away she's going to
bury us," said they.
"She won't break," snapped Shearer.
"Get to work."
"It's dangerous," they objected sul I
I p lily.
"You get off this driver!" shouted 1
Solly. "Go over and lie down In a ten
aere lot and see if you feel safe there!"
IIo drove them ashore with a storm
of profanity and a multitude of kicks. ,
his steel blue eyes blazing.
"There's nothing for it but to get
the boys out again." said Tim. "1
kinder hate to do It"
Hut when the Fighting Forty, half
asleep but dauntless, took cliarRO of the '
driver a catastrophe made Itself
known. One of the ejected men had
tripped the lifting chain of the ham- '
mer after another had knocked away
the heavy preventing block, and so ,
the hammer had fallen into the river
and was lost. None other was to be
had. The pile driver was useless.
A dozen men were at once dispatched
for cables, chains and wire ropes from
the supply nt the warehouse.
"It's part of the same trick," Bald
Thorpe grimly. "Those fellows hare
their men everywhere ntnong us. I
don't know whom to trust."
"You think It's Morrison & Daly?"
queried Carpenter, astonished.
"Think? I know It. They know as
well as you or I that If we save thepe
logs we'll win out In the Stock Ex
change, and they're not such fools n
to let us save them If It can be helped."
"What are von trnlni to itn mm-''"
"The only thine there Is to'Ce 'done.
We'll string heavy booms chained to-)
yether between the cribs anil then
trust to heaven they'll hold. I think I
We can hold the Jam. The water will j
h.'gln to flow over the bank before I
long, so there won't be much increase
of pressure over what we have now,
and as there won't bo any shock to
withstand I think our heavy booms
will do the business."
He turned to direct the boring of .
some long boom logs In preparation for I
We chains. Suddenly he whirled ngaln I
to Wallace with so strange an oxpres-1
xloii In his face that the young man al-1
most cried out. The uncertain light of
the lanterns showed dimly the streaks ,
ol rain across his countenance, and I
his eye llared with a look almost of 1
"I never thought of it," he said In a I
low voice. "Fool that I am! I don't
1 see how I missed It. Wallace, don't
you see what those devils will do
"No. What do you mean?" gasped
the younger man.
"There aro IU.000,000 feet of logs up
river in Sadler & Smith's drive. Don't
you see what they'll do?"
"No. I don't bellevu"
".lust as soon as they find out that
the river is booming and that we are
going to have a hard time to hold our
Jam, they'll let loose those l'J.000,000
011 us. They'll break the Jain or dy
namite It, or something. And let hip !
tell you that a very few logs hitting
the tail of our Juui will start the whole
shooting match so that 110 power on
earth can stop It." I
"I don't Imagine they'd think of do-,
Ing that," began Wallace by way of
"Think of it! You don't know them.
They've thought of everything. You
don't know that man Daly. Ask Tim.
He'll tell you."
"I've got to send a man up thero
right away. Perhaps we can get there
In time to head them off. They have
to send their man over" IIo cast Ills
eye rapidly over the men.
"I don't know Just who to send.
Tl'.'.'ie Isn't a good enough woodsman
In the lot to make Slscoc Falls through
the woods a night like this. The river
trail Is too long, and a cut through the
woods Is blind."
With infinite- ditUculty und caution
they reached the shore. Across the
gleaming logs shone dimly the lanterns
at tho scene of work, ghostly through
the rain. Heyond, on either side, lay
Impenetrable, drenched darkness rack
ed by the wind.
"I wouldn't want to tackle It," pant'
eil Thorpe. "If it wasn't for that
cursed toto road between Sadler A:
Smith's 1 wouldn't worry. It's Just too
easy for them."
Hehlnd them tho Jam cracked and
shrieked and groaned. Occasionally
was heard beneath the sharper noises
a dull boom as 0110 of the heavy tim
bers, forced by the pressure from Its
resting plate, shot into tho air and fell
hack on the bristling surface.
"Tim Shearer might do It," suggested
Thorpe, "but I hate to spare him."
Hu picked his rlllo from Its rack and
thrust tho magazine full of cartridges.
"Coino on. Wullace," said he. "We'll
Mififctf&fci , , ... ...
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By STEWART ;
Effort Edtard XUhlf a 44.
H"H1"1"I. ! .. .. ! .;. .1. .1..1.4.
hunt him up."
They stepped again Into the shriek
and roar of the storm, bending their
heads to Its power, but Indifferent to
the ruin. The sawdust street was sat
urated like a sponge. They could feel
the quick water rise about the pressure
at their feet. From the Invisible houses
they heard a steady monotone of II ow
ing from the roofs. Far ahead, dim In
the mist, sprayed the light of lanterns.
Suddenly Thorpe felt a touch on his
arm. Faintly he perceived nt Ids elbow
a face from which the water streamed.
"Injun Charley!" he cried. "The very
and stolidity, then turned and without
a word departed swiftly In the dark
ness. The two white men Jtood a min
ute attentive. Nothing was to be heard
but the steady beat of rain and the
roaring of the wind.
Near the hank of tho river they en
countered a man visible only ns an un
certain black outline ngnlnst the glow
of the lanterns beyond. Thorpe, stop
ping him, found Rig .Tuuko.
"This Is no time to quit," said Thorpe
"I ain't qulttln'," replied Rig Junko.
"Where are you going, then?"
Junko wns partially and stammering
"Looks bad," commented Thorpe.
'You'd better get back to your Job."
"Yes," agreed Junko helplessly. In
the momentary slack tide of work the
giant had conceived the Idea of search
ing out the driver crew for purposes of
pugilistic vengeance. Thorpe's suspi
cions stung him. but his simple mlud
could sen no direct way to explanation.
ITO UK CONTINUUM)
In the .Mexican section of the
Manufactures building at the
World's Fair are some of the finest
and most beautiful specimens of
drawn work ever made. They are
in the form of sofa pillows, and arc
to be among the wedding presents
of the King of Spain.
Mistaken Diagnosis. There
are many people who have pains in
the back and imagine that their
kidneys are affected, while their
only trouble is rheumatism of the
muscles, which can be cured by a
few applications of Chamberlain's
Pain Halm, or by dampening a
piece of flannel with the Pain Halm
and binding it over the effected
parts. A pain in the side or chest
should be treated in the same
manner and prompt relief is sure to
follow. For sale by IliloDrugCo.
AJJ KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. I'lCASK, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI... V. 8, A.
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Next to Akana's
In Keg or Bottlo
JOHN KAI, Jr.
Whi'.khas, The Act to provide a
Government for the Territory of Hawaii
provides that a general election shall he
hehl on the Tuesday next after the first
Monday in November, A. I). 1904, und
that at least forty days before any election,
the Governor shall issue an election pro
Wiihhi'.as, It is provided in the Rules
and Regulations for Administering Oaths
anil Holding Elections that no change
shall be made as to the boundaries of
any precinct within sixty dayt of elect
ion, Now, TlliiKi'.i-'ouii, In accordance
therewith, I, George R. Carter, Governor
of the Territory of Hawaii, hereby give
notice that a general election for a Dele
rjTlAPIDLY Thorpe explained what
11 I was to be done mid thrust his
I l I rlllo Into the Indian's hands.
IA 1 The latter listened in silence
g'le to tin- If ohm- of Urprwnlrtllves i.f
the I iiili-d States to wive during tin
I'lflv ninth t'ougrew, and for Senntots'
and UcpreM'litMthes of the I.exlnUtuie of'
1111- Jcrntory ol Hawaii, will Ik- lit-lii 1,11
TupmIii), November Mill, A. li. HM
throughout the Territory between the
hours of S o'clock h. hi. and 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are as follows:
First District The Island or Hawaii;
Second District The Islands of Maul,
Molokai, I.atial and Rahoolawe;
Third District The Maud oro.iliii;
Fourth District The Islands of Kauai
The electors in the said Senatorial
Districts are entitled to elect Senators as
In the First District two;
In the Second District two:
III the Third District three; ,
In the Fourth District one.
The Representative Districts. Regist
ration Precincts and Polling Places are
FIRST DISTRICT. !
l't'.VA, IIII.O AMI IIA.M VKI'A, ISI.XNII Ol
HAWAII. First Pui'.cinct That portion of Puna
lying south of Kca.ui and from the east
ern boundary of Kau to the eastern 1
boundary of Kaui.iili, following that,
boundary to and along the western '
boundary of the Kaohe homesteads and
a line the extension thereof to the bound
ary of Keaau. '
Polling Place Kalapana School IIoue. 1
SliCONi) PttiicixcT The lands of
Keaau and Olaa. I
Polling Place Road Hoard Stables, ,
II,V miles Volcano Road.
Tllliui Pli:ciNCT That portion nl Hilo
lying between P1111.1 and Pou.iliaw-ai
Street and Road and the line ofits exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place Davies K: Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Waiakea and Kalepo
Foutii Pki'.cinct That poitionol Ililo
lying between the Third Precinct and
the Houolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Firm Pki'.cinct That portion of Ililo I
lying between Honolii Stream anil the
laud of Mukahaualoa. '
Polling Place Pap.iikou School House. 1
Sixth Pkhoinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
and the bed of the Waikauiiiato Gulch. '
Polling Place Honomu Court House.
Si'.vi'.ntii Pki'.cinct That portion of
the First Flection District lying lietwecu
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of '
Haiuakua, including the laud of Huu-1
Polling Place I.aupahoehoe Court ,
EmiiTii Pki'.cinct That portion of
the First Ivlection District lying between 1
the Seventh Precinct and the lauds of
Polling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Pki'.cinct That portion ol the
First Flection District lying between the
Kighth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Houokaa Court House.
Tkntii Pki'.cinct That portion of the
First Flection District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohala District.
Polling Place Kukuihaele School
Fl.l'.VKNTll Pki'.cinct The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
and east of the First Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Ham.
KONA ANI KAU,
Fikst Pki'.cinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House.
SucoNi) Pki'.cinct South Kohala.
Polling place Waimea Court House.
TniKit Pki'.cinct That portion of
North Koua lying north of the northerly
boundary of Holmiloa and a line running
from the north corner of Holualoa to the
south comer of Puuaiiahulu.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Fouktii Pki'.cinct That portion ofi
the Second Flection District hounded
by the Third Precinct, Haiuakua, Kau,
he boundary of Keaauliou from Kau to
Iloiiauuait, the north boundary of Iloiiau
nan and the sea.
Polling place Konawaena School
Fii'TH Pki'.cinct That portion of
South Kona lying between Keei 2 and
Polling place Hookeiia Court House.
Sixth Pki'.cinct That portion or
South Kona lying between the Fifth Pre
cinct and Kau.
Polling place Papa School House.
SitVitNTU Pkhcinct That portion of
Kau lying between South Koua and Pn
ualuii. Polling place Wuiohluu Court House.
F.iniiTii Pkhcinct The remainder of
Polling place Pallida School House.
The electors in the foregoing Repre-1
Mutative Districts are untitled In elect
Representatives as follows: 1
In the First District four;
In the Second District four; I
In the Third District six; 1
In the Fourth District six;
In the Fifth District six; I
In the Sixth District four. j
In Tkstimony Wiihkhoi', I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal of
the Territory of Hawaii to he affixed.
Done at the Capitol. 111 Honolulu, this I
S9U1 day of August, A. I). 1904.
G. It. CARTFR,
Governor of Hawaii.
komu oftvis a- co
ASK. YOUR GROCER
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR
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LTD . AGIiNTS.
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H. Hackfeld & Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO! THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
When purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fcrtili.er Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO.
Hilo Wine and Liquor Co.
Choicest American and Kuropean Wines, Heers, Whiskies,
Gins, Hraudies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. GANARIO, Manager.
wm. g. irw!N& co.f Ltd.pAY FOR THE BEST
Sugar Factors, , ,T'S cheapest
Sole Adults for
Motional Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Suns' Stijjar C;me
and Coffee Fertilizers.
1 1 AVE
SO LIE AGENTS
A shipment is to arrive
in a few days.
P. O. Box 396
Front Near Church St.
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
l'KONT ST., Of. SI'UI'CKIJIS UI.OCK
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