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THK WHUKIA' HI 1.0
HAWAII, TIWSDAY, NOVUM t)-U !, J 904.
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l:ila home is ii lic.ttU
It nuicts the i-oui'li. makes
breathing easy, and heals the
lungs. And it rutvs. even
advanced eases, yitilco no
mist tike. Hi sure ami gi't
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the
standard cough remedy of
t ho world. Sold for i0 years.
J'owaro of imitations.
In larze and enir.li battles.
Avnltl iiiiitliitloii. Hintt'iinrureliy tlio
ma ol A)r' 1'IIK
PrtjrrtJh Of. J.C.AjrCn .IotcII Vm.U.S.A
For Sate ny HILO DKUG COMPANY
Tin; steamers of this IiitL will ar
rive rmil leave this port as here-imik-r:
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Siena September u
Alameda September 2?
Alnmeibt 'October u
Veniiua 1 October af
Alameda November a
Sli'irn November if'
Alii.nccln... Nnvcinlwi 2'
Sonoma....'. December ,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma September 1;.
Alameda September 2f
Ventura) October 4
Alameda ,. October k,
Siena October 2'
Alameda November t,
Sitioina November 15
Alameda ...November 3c
Alameda Dcember 21
In connection w lib tlie siiiliiiK' of th
above stcameis llie aKMitbiiri prupurcil t-Is-ttitr.
Through Tickets by any rnllrom
from Snn Pranciseo to nil iinuib, in tb
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,11'or fm tlier i.irtlcttlnr8 apply to
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Cieneial Agents OeiMiiu'S S Co.
Union Earlier Shop.
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Wo Shavo, Cut Hair and
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.All r.ior- cle.iiu-il with .intiM-p'tcs fui
I'tllillllis tit ll. li.icst tpiihtv kept tr
M.n-k, a triil of Ii ill is Milicilul.
1 also take particular pains, with Club
I'S'IOV lU'll.IltMi, WlUUtllOIUIe St.
IJ.rcct Line between SAN FRANCISCG
lliiti. SI. r Cut limine, Caut Saunders
Hurl. A iii Turner, Cnpt. Warlaml
Itiirk .Martha li.ivl, Capt. McAllinan
For freight nnd pa&snso apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, Sun Francisco
3. IlKIvWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
II. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
All Height sent to Miips by our lauiichc.
will be chaiged to shippers tinli-MMiire-m
p.ililcil by a written onler I'reui llu u p
tains of vessels,
joil R. A. LUCAS & CO.
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All nlirht totiK In the elilll of a inti
tnlii iinil vviti.l Htorm the riKhtiitsi; Potty
mill enrtiiln of Uip mill i-ri-vv wave tlicin
-elve to the htlxir of eonni'ctliiK the
-l.intltm TUoiie erilw o -tintujl.v by
meant of henv.v tlmlKTH chained eml t.
etui tlt.it the prenHttiP of n lin-nk III the
Jam tnlRht not nvveep ntlde the ih-
ft'iimw. Wallace Carpenter. Shorty, the .
chore ho.v. and Amlornuii. the leu 11 lm '
picked ii ilniifP'roiH pitMime bnek nn.l
fortli enrryltu: pnllt of tvdhot entree
which Mtt. Ilntlinwny eonitnntly jut
pared. The eold vv titer nuuiln'il tin ,
men's Intuit With dlllietilty eotild
they mnulptilnto the heavy chain '
throiish the mmer hole; with iiln they
twitted knott. hnred holes. They itlii
not eoniplnln. llehlnd them the Jnm
Utilveri'il peiiloutly near the liinwln
linlnt. Fruin It thrleked aloud the ile
tnont of pretsure. Steadily the vlvr r
rote nn Ineh nil hour. The key inlhl
snap at any rIvimi mninent. tlie.v eould 1
tit Ml. niul vrl'tb the nihtlir.v kn'cw
.ery well Unit thetutelvet. the tin and
llie ilHahled pile driver would lie twopt ,
ficim existence. The worst of it wat
that the hlnckness nhfnlldcir' their e
perienee Into uielestnest. They were ,
utterly unable to toll by the nrillhary
Visual syinptoim how near the JtTtn I
tnlht he to collapse.
However, (hey persisted, as the old
time liver man always doe, so that
when dawn appeared the barrier was !
continuous mill assured. Although the 1
uriwmir.. of the river bad nlreadv forced .
the logs against the defenses, the Inttei
eld the strain well
The storm had settled Into Its gait
Overhead the sky was tilled with gray
beneath which darker scuds Hew ucrosi
the zenith before 11 howling southwest
wind. Out lu the clear river one could
hardly stand upright against the gusts.
In the fan of many directions furious
sipialls swept over the open water be j
low the booms, and an eager 1ml line
cut rent rushed to the lake. I
Thorpe now gave orders that the tug ,
and driver should take shelter. A tew '
moments later he expressed himself as 1
sntisileil. The dripping crew, their
harsh faces gray lu the half light,
picked their way to the shore.
In the darkness of that long night's
vvoiU no man knew his neighbor. Men
fiom the river, men from the mill, men
from the yatd, all worked side by side.
Thus no one noticed especially a tall. J
slender, but well knit Individual dress
cil lu a faded mnckluavv mid a limp
slouch lint which he woio pulled over
his eyes. This young fellow occupied
himself with the chains. Against the
racing current the etew held 'the ends
of the heavy .booms While he fastened
them together. He worked well, hut
seemed slow. Three times Shearer bus
tied htm on after the others had II11NI1
cd. examining closely the work that
had been done. On the third occa
sion he shru'Jtged ills shoulder some
The men straggled to shore, the
young fellow Just described bringing
up the rear. lie walked as though
tired out, hanging his head and drag
ging his feet. When, however
boarding house door had closed
MIL Ul"l UI IIWI' n no iinxrucu unii imu
.... i i..0...i...i i i,n .1....... t.n
L III- l.n, II lil m-ravi ll u it. it...- i,i,... iu
suddenly became transformed. Cast-
tng a keen glance right and left to be
sure of his opportunity he turned and
hurried recklessly hack over the logs
to the center booms. There he
and busied himself with the chains
In his zigzag progression over the
he so blended with the morning
shadows us to seem one of them, and
he would have escaped quite unnoticed
had not u sudden' shifting of the logs
under Ids feet compelled him to t lee foi
a moment lo his lull height. So Wal
lace Catpenter. passing lrotn his bed
room along the porch to the dining
room, hecaini aware of the man on the
Ills lltst thought was that'somclhlng
demanding Instant attention had hap
pened lo the boom. lie therefoip ran
at unco to the man's assistance, ready
tn I elp him personally or lo call other i
a Ul as the exigency demanded. Owing ,
to the precarious nature of the passage
In could not see beyond his feet until '
very closo to the vvoikman. Then he
looked up in tlnd the man. squatted on
the boom, contemplating him sardonic
ally. "Dyer!" ho exclaimed. I
"Right, my son," said the other
"What aro you doing';"
"If you want to know. I am llilu
this chain "
Wallaeo mado one stop forwatd and i
so became aware that at last Ibcaruis'
wero taking a part In this' desperate
"You stand still!" commanded Dyer1
(roin behind the lovolver. "It's unfor
tunate for you that you happened
along, because now you'll have to come
with uu till this Utile row Is over. Yon
won't have to stay long. Your logs Ml
go out In an hour. I'll Just trouhlu
you to go lulo the brush wlih me for
The healer picked his lllo from beside
t!iu weakened link.
"What have you ngnliiHt us. iiiiywny.
Dyer'" asked Wallace. Ills quick mind
hud conceived n plan. At the moment
ye was standing near tho outermost
ptlgo of (he Jam. but now us ho spoke
I10 stepped quietly to the boom log.
1 -yer's black eyes gleamed at hint
3usofclouslv. but the movciucul annear-
1 ' '1JrrBfBwltltiPWtWN jjiVAiffij Tiyi"' "" tf w-' rijw AiiUfr 11ltmMLi i
-f--f :?' f4"J"tt,1"M
1 3y STEWART -ft
UPWARD : ft
itlnarf Etltvnrd KOhiim
etl wholly natural In view of the ;e
turn to shore.
"XntliliiK." he replied. "1 didn't like
roar kiiuk particularly, hut that'') noth
''Why do you take such nervj
cliaiiiv'i to Injure us'" queried Car
penter. "IteemiKc there'H RomcthluK In It."
uniipped the scaler. "Now. about fnee.
I.Ike a IIiim!i, Wallace vviioclcd 11 ml
ilropieil into the river, swlnmilii',' as
fntt at possible below water before
Ills, breath should jlve out. Tlie swift
current hurtled hitll awny. When at
last he rose for nlr tlie spit of Dyer's 1
pistol caused him no uneasiness. A
liniment later he struck out boldly for I
,'"ll',' . 1
What Dyer's 1 nate plan might he I
he could not ( Kites He hail stated con- (
lldently that the Jam would break "In '
an hour." He might Intend to start It
with dynainlte. Wallace ilrnKKiil lilm-
self from the water and ciunineiiceil
breathlessly to run toward the board-
Dyer hud already reached shore.
Wtilace raised what was le(t of his
voice lu a ilespalting shout. The scaler
inockluKly waved his hut, then turned
ami rah swiftly and easily toward the
shelter of the woods. At their border
he paiictj again to bow lu derision
-uipoiiiers cry i.roug it men to iiicj.
"oannng House iloor.
oor. I'foin the shail-1,
,ws "f '' fuest two vivid Hashes cut
the dusk. Dyer staggered, turned coin-
pletely nhuiit, seemed partially to re
cover and disappeared. An Instant
later, across the open space where the
scaler had stood, with title a-trall.
Indian leaped in pursuit.
IllAT Is It?" "What Is the mat
ter':" "What the s upV"
"What's happened'" burst on
Wallace in a volley.
"It's Dyer!" gasped the young man.
"I found him on the boom! lie held
me up with a gun while he tiled the
1)00111 chains between the center piers.
They're Just ready to go. 1 got away
by diving. Hurry nnd put In a new
chain. You haven't got much time!'
"He's 11 goner now," Interjected Sol
ly grimly. "Charley Is on his trail
and he Is hit."
iiunpe's Intelligence leaped promptly
lo the practical question.
'injiin Charley' where'd he come
from? I scut him up to .Sadler Aj
Smith's. It's twenty miles, even
through the woods."
As though by way of colossal ansvvei
the whole surface of the Jam moved
Inward and upward, thrusting the logs
liitsillng against tlie horizon.
(TO 111'. CO.NTINl'hl))
Do Not Hi: lNii.ri:Nci:i.
Never hiMiatc tosiy "No" to your
dealer if be offers you a substitute
for Cbambei Iain's Cotii;li Remedy.
1 It lias noecpial on tlie market for
t1L. rom,)t cures of courIis, colds,
i i t 1
ciottti and vviiootiinir rouuii and
i . .
von make no mistake
sale by lliln
ALL KINDS OF
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' Fi J E3 O C TS. jiXJJUO
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PIvASIC. President.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL . V. S. A.
Front St., Next to Akana's
In Keg or Bottle
JOHN KAI, Jr.
Mice! ion Procliiinalioii.
Wiikkkas, The Act to provide a
C.ovcrniiient for the Territory of Hawaii
provides th.it a general election shall he
held on the Tuesday next nfU'fr the first
Monday in November, A. D. 1904, and j
Hint at least forty days before any election,
the Governor shall isMie nil election pro. 1
Wiihkk VS. It is provided in the Rules I
, Regulations for Administering Oaths
, and Holding Ivlections that 110 change
I s.!linK. ,,. ns t the boundaries ol
-j ,cl wllhin sixty dayt of elect-
Now, TllKKltl'OHlti 111 accord. nice
I therewith. I, Ocntgc R. Caiter, Oovernor
I of the Territory ol Hawaii, heicby give
I notice that 11 general election for a Dele
. . .
n. iiiim u.,.,.. .
serve during llie
Pii'lv-uiuth Congress, unit fur Senator'
iiii'l Kcpteseulatlvcs nl Uii' Legislature nl
the Territory of Hawaii, will be In lit on
111 Kcpteseulntlvcs of Uii' I.cl'1nliirt f
rm"h,' N"V.M..I.r Hilt. A. I). 190,
ihttuighniil the Territory latucen the
1 hours of 8 o'clock a
5 o'clock p.
1 The Se1t.1tori.1l Ulstrictt arc as follow!.:
I'irsi District The Island of Hawaii;
Stconil District The Islands of Maui,
Mnlokai, Latiai ami Kahoolawe,
Thitd District Tlie Island ofOalnt;
P'ourth District The islands of Kauai
The electors ill the said Senalorlul
Districts nre entitled to elect Senators as
111 the I'irM District two;
In the Second District iwo:
In the Third District three;
lit the Fourth Distiicl one.
The Representative Districts, Kee.ist.
ration Pn chilis and Polling Pliers are
as follows: V
PfXA. llll.ll VNII IIAM.VKt'.V, ISI.VNM1 Of
rmsi iulumi-j 11.11 inirinnuii 1 nun
lyine, south of Kca.ui ami front the east,
cm boundary of Knit to the eastern
boundary ol Katnaili, followine. that
lioiiiiilnry to and alone, the western
,mil(larv r Uu. K.lollc i,,,,,,-,.,-,,.!,, nm
,.xlMI,,IM1 xwtttotln tltf Unm.
'"' '" Kwmu-
Foiling Place Knl.iiian.i School House.
.sUC(,s- Puiici.scr The lauds of
Polling, Place Kant Hoard 'Stables,
11?) milts Volcano Road.
Tiiikii l'wtciNCT That iiorlionof Ililo
lyitiK between Puna ami l'oiialiuw.ii
Street and Road and the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
Pnllini. ll:iri Il.-ivies - Co.'s Ware.
,.,, C()rtK., f Wai.ikea nnif Kaleno.
Fount Pkhcinct Tint portion ol llilo
lying between the Third Precinct ami
the Hijiiolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court Ilousiifit
Firm I'kkcinct That portion of llilo I
lying between Hoiinlii Slrc.uu ami the!
laud of Makahaualo.i. I
Foiling Place P.ip.iikou School House
Sixth Pkhcinct That portion of)
llilo lying between the Fifth Precinct I
mid the bed of the Wniknumalo Oulch. '
rolling Flace Hotintuu, Court House.
Shvuntii I'rhcinct That portion of
the First Kleclinu District lying between
the Sixth Precinct and the boundary of I
Ilamakua, including the laud of linn-!
Polling Place I.aup.iboeh(e Court
F.ii'.iitii Pkhcinct That portion ol
the First Election District lying between
the Seventh Precinct ami the lands of
Foiling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Pkhcinct 'I hat portion ol the
First F.lection District lying between the
Kighlh Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Ilouokaa Court House.
Tkntii Pkhcinct That portion of the
First Flection District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohnla District.
Polling Place Kukuih.iele School
Ki.HVK.vrii Pkhcinct The balance of
Puna lying south of the Second Precinct
ami east of tlie I'irM Precinct.
roiling mice uapouo uaucn nam. i
KONV AND KU,
1SI, VNI1 Of
Fikst Pkhcinct North Kohal.-i.
Polling place Circuit Court House.
Shconii Pkhcinct South Kohala.
Polling place Waimea Court House.
Tiiikii Pkhcinct That portion ol
Nortlt K011.1 Ijing uortli of the northerly
bouiidnry of Holualoa and a Hue running
from the north corner of Holualoa to the
smith corner of Piiuaiiahulu.
Polling Place- Circuit Court House at
Foi'KTii Pkhcinct That portion o(
the Second Flection District bounded I
hythcThild Precinct, Haiuakua, Kau,
he boundary of Kea-iiihou from Kau tn
Ilouauiiau, the north boundary of Homiii
uau ami the sc.i.
Polling place Konawacna School
Fti'Tit Pkhcinct That portion of
South Komi lying between Keei 2 nnd
Polling place Ilnokcua Court House.
Sixth Pkhcinct That portion of
South Kotiti lying between the Fifth Pre
Polling place Papa School House.
Shvhnth Pkhcinct That portion of
Kau lying between South Komi and Pit-
Polling place Waiohinu Court House.
Ktc.imi Pkhcinct The rentainderof
Polling place I'aluil.i School House.
The electors in the foregoing Repre-1
seutative Districts are entitled to elect I
Representatives as follows: ,
In the First District four;
In the Second District four;
In the Third District six;
In the Fourth District bix; (
In the Fifth District six; .
In tlie Sixth District four.
In Thstimonv Wiihkhoi', I have here
unto set my hand ami caused the seal of
llie Territmy of Hawaii to he allixed.
Done at the Capitol, in Honolulu, this
aylh day of August
A. I). 1904.
('.. R. CARTFR,
Governor of Hawuii
Kl" l" till' House of Kepiescnlntivcs (il
ASK '.YOUR GROCER
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR
H. HACKFELD & CO.
H . Hackf
S, IiOMIE OANS Or CO tjjl
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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 Fertilizer 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 F.ttropean Wines, Beers, Whiskies,
Gins, Brandies, Liquors, Etc.
J. S. CANARIO, Manager.
wio. irwin & eo, Ltd.,pAY FOR THE BEST
Sugar Factors, (
j Sole Agents for
, National ClIllC Sliretlllers,
1 Utilllwill LuCOIIlOllVCS,
Alex. Cross X. Sons' Stignr Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers,
A shipment is to arrive
in a few days.
eld & Co.
P. O. Box 39G
Front Near Church St,
P. O. Box 396
King Near Front St.
AND THAT'S TIIH CLASS OF WORK
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