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III Tired Out REPUBLICAN RALLY
P.i.8, Thin, Poor Blood. Ho Energy
T'mwu :ira tlinsui jitutii-. iif lniiiiru
III I. Sl II M (I I li.iul, 'lako (Mil till)
1 1 i 1 1 1 Hits, feed tlin liliiml, ami health
quickly lot inns,
V.rs. (l.i.rm1 Mill In II ir nlll- l .Itiuiln
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vvilfitln' follow In tr
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lio itieri v m unil In ilii'limrnlntf iihi t
til.li' Il il il li"' iii iIMi' lur Jin' t
lfM mi Iw i'iIii mill I'lli'.iiiil I IiHkbI
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ti'jr i' r m 1 m iKi i 'nii..liinit
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bnn'. li" Imllii " i"iiiiH'in.'j rcM'Ti it
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'Ihvio.in- iiiiii ImlntliHi iri"tirllUi'.
lie mitu'joilKi t'Wjer s.
Ayer's I'llls lll creally 'ilil llii" .iillninif
til' hiri.irllli 'lliej nrii till m ueMbie,
tnllil, wif ir-ioitiMt, uml ey tu tjke.
I ttiti tj Br. J. C. Arcr Co., lowtlt. Mm., U. S. A.
lto Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorpor.iled I'mlcr thcx I.awt of the
Tcrritorj of Hawaii.
CAPITAL, f joo.ooo.
' ' NiACOCK DLOCK, HILO.
I'. I'liCK frcslilciit.
C. C. Kl'.NNl'DY . . Vlce-I'ti-K.
JOHN T. MOIK. .3iul yice-l'iii.
C. A. hl'ollll'. .'..Cnililer.
TIIDS. C. KIIMfU AY. sicrttnry.
J. . Ciinir John J.drnre,
1. S I,) mini, 11. V. IMtltii,
Win. I'lillar. W. II Slilimtnii
Drnw ISxcJitmne cm
ii II ink of Hawaii, I, til..,
Wells, 1'urno & Co. llank....S in I'raucisco
Wells. I-'argo ic Co's llink New York
The National Hank of the Re- ) (;iilcnti
jnihlio )' ' K l
(.lnn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Ilounkone, Sh ililll ii Hank- Hongkong,
iug Corporation ) Chilli.
HouKkouK-Shannliai llink- Shaiif-liai,
iilH Corporation ) China.
,, , ... , ,, , ) Yokohama
HoiiKkpiiK.hli.iiiKlii ""'L,,,,! in,,,
iiiK Corporation Jupin?
the Mouth oi Year
ticulars on Application
Matson Navigation Go.
The only Dirict Line between San Fran
cisco and II do, Comnnsiiig the
following Fast Sailers
Dark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DHU '
Hark MARION CHILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
Mid other bpectallj Chartertil vessels
makes lilts trip with at least one of these
boats each month carrying both Freight
For dales of sailing and terms,
J no. I). Sprecuels & Bros. Go,
327 Market St., San Francisco.
R. T GUARD, Agent,
Waiakea Boat House
U. A LI L S LO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGK, IIII.O
HAVE NOW A I'LEET OF
ami Small Boats
FOR PUIII.1C HIR1C
J ar.seugeis and luggage taken to ami
from vessels 111 the haibor at reasonable
1,'iU'B. Launches 11ml towlioals to litre
lot private picnics ami moonlight rules.
UINf. Ill' ON TKUvl'I IONIC
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
stMir-slnrlur iin.l t ,.v isil.l.. enniiif. Ill
pnu tii',ibilit it is equal lo the hie mil en-
any sbe to order. I'm pnrtieuluii. app!)
to K, A. LUCAS, Muiiagti
-t. rn sir. ft m
Torch-Light Procession Band
nkca Delegate Kuhio, Admiral Beckley and Other
Speakers Hold Attention of an Enthusiastic Crowd
Till Late Hour Thursday Night.
Despite tin- rain, the Republican ill ol these ipieMions, Almul om- wpi-U
tnlh TlmrMliv niKlit nt Wniakea iftfpeiiwl UicramnlKii,llul)Miio.
xviwtlu. most successful meetim,' Killtu.;, ,,,.., l(1 lllL. v,.erm.f the
vet lu-ltl in the (listrict. lle.sides Ti-rritnry wlmi tln-y l.elicvnl to tie the
ihe local reiiecnt.itive ticket, I)e- iwne in the present cutniulgn The sum I
legnle Kuhio ptoved a drawing j"l Mibstiuice of Mr. Kinney's mlilress is ;
card, anil his reiuaiks were closely' " crlllcUm upon mir Cnvemur nn.l Lis.
, ,, , , , .., , , ini'tluxls. No expression of (leinoeratti'
follow ed and received with applause. H,c xu,1)1)l)()lll!CC(l ,,y UlB ,)elllocrilllc
t,,rn1i 1it,1il trfini.4.init 1l,nflfl1 III' . . ... . t .. I
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the Hand proceeded down Wain -
nuenue and l'ront streets to the
rattro.id warehouse, where the
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were set ofTaloiiK the line of march
and proved a popular feature. At
the hall fully five hundred people
congregated to heat the speakers.
Repteseutattve Lewis presided and
intioduced in turn the several
speakers. Admiral Hecklev spoke
hriefly in behalf of the Delegate
and the Republican cause. urnitiR
,. i . . ,i.
all of his friends to support the
siraiiu ucKei. lie wns uuiuucui
bv 1). Kalauokalani, Jr.,
forceful s))caker, and
who is a
Kuhio, whose speech in part is as
The hmi'-iv'ir Collin. ss mc il viilid in
to two sides, on one niile me the Ileum
ci its anil on the otlur the Uepiihlicaus.
The Uepuhlicans me greatly in the
tiMinritv. Home rulers and other small
parties hae no stauiliug ami aie not
'known. As j on can readily mult island
the Repuhlie.ins hold the power, ami
1 without their aid ami assistance it is use-
less to attempt to secure the pissigeof
my legist itiou. The speaker ami about I
I twiuty men are leaders of the House
anduith thim I havea personal acquaint-1
aiici and iullueuce. i
Owing to the I'resideuti eampaigu I
coming on this ear, it was almost iui-,
possible to seeuir the ))issige of bills
flint iniiilil In nsi'il In til, ni'iiinrrnfs ns '
'campaign material. I succeeded how-
evir in giimui! tue irieniitiiii ami
u-quaiutiilKf of nearly eery Re)ublicau
number ol the Senate and House ami'
while I was not, able to accomplish a
ri.it ileal in the wav of material legis- '
bitiou, I am not ash lined of uiv tecord
thtre. Pew of the new mcnibersare able I
to sicuie an) thing during their first term !
i in Congress or us much as I b ie accom
To send a new man to Congress at this
lime means the delay of another two
ye.ns define Hawaii can secure re-
n.r. Iif.it ifi.1 Im ilnl iiti tllutr diult fi
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I7.,.iiiaif. id I l,.Iiiif,l.. 1ii..n,iu lw, slfiliilltitr
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whatever m the legislative balls, -it Wash,
tugloii. b'or this reason, tin so many of
the stites and territories continue to
send to Congress, men who hne in
lluence at Washington. These men be
come familiar figures iu the National
Caintnl and bcciuse they continue to be
returi'id t,o Conjjress show that they
hae the confidi nee and support of the
districts which they represent.
The right to be he ud upon the floors
ol Congress is a priviltge accorded only
to Republicans or friends ol the Speaker.
whose cons nt his hi eu obtained in ail-
vou ui.i arise 111 jour seat and shout
"Mr. .Sjieaker, Mr. Speaker" until) 011 are
1.1 -i !.. . . f ..!i 1 i:
black iu the fie
ice, wiiuiHii oeiug re-
if the member happens
to be a member of the opposite political
r,.,tii 1,.. 1. ,s ,.0 ,!.,. uii.it..v,.r.
A Ri publican Congress and a Republic-1 speaker and at the close of his re
nu President slupes the National policy, marks the meeting broke up.
and Hawaii must be Republican if we -
desire recognition. You know as well as j
I do that the Republican party is going 1 ClIAMllKRI.AI.N S CoUC.lt REMEDY
to win iu Ihe United Stales and elect i IN Ol.l) VlKOINIA. The Hltlchin
tlieir President. Parker sas so himself, son Drug Company, which is lo
If vou send a Democratic Delegate from I c.lle.i . p,.rr.. Oklnhnnia. II. S. A..
Hawaii he must begin just where I be
gan, with less show of accomplishing
.my results. Send a man who has the
bicking at Washington and not a Demo
crat who his not and cannot get it.
Rev. S. I. Desha spoke iu Ila-
waiian eloijueiitly and made many
telling hits, after which Carl S.
Smith addressed v the crowd in
Kuglish. His remarks in part are
It is now three weeks since the Repub
lican part) opened the campaign at Wai-
a- At lb U meeting ami at ihe meet
tugs whiih we have held since in every
precinct ol the District, our candidates
have spoken lo the voters on the leading
questions that are it issue 111 the present
campijgu. We have discussed the
couutv bill, the law mid its relations lo
cltueu labor, the homestead law, the law
and its relation to the elective franchise
and e vei V one stuill ill VI Inch tlielieoiile of
East Hawaii me st inleiested.
I,:7l,,; "V VM
bii'h we have given there is 110 longer a
, doul t us lo lienv our candidates stuud on
and Fireworks at Wai-
jinny in .Mr. iinii"v s reiuirKs, mi
, promises for the future were offered ami
If we arc to accept his remarks, the
Idemocrnlic party lus hut one issue nn.f
that iseriticisui of everything in siht.
Snw of tl(e cl,llllMnte,oflhe ,)cmo.
crilUC ,url it, nie first representalUe
.district hive spoken, so far as we can
learn, on an stihject excejit that con.
tallied in Mr. Kinney's speech. Ami the
only wav in which the speeches of the
Democratic catnliilaUs difr from Mr.
Kinuex'.s s)eech is that the former are
tut rely weak imitations of the latter.
So far as the Democrats are concerned,
j"icynae no policy reu.aruiiiK.1 county
ililll. Thej 'do not helieve in the employ-
. , ,., , , ., , ,,
input of eilWHii l.ilmr uofiii lm uulilie
works of the Territory. They hae no
policy regarding n revision of our anti-
Thej have no policy
except to criticise the Governor ami his
administration iu Honolulu ami the
Young Men's Republican Club in Hilo.
If the voli rs of this district send the
Democratic candidates to the legislature,
I fully believe that these candidates will
be so busv continuing their abuse of
Gov. Carter and the Young Men's Re
publican Club of Hilo that the session
will close without their having passed a
single bill for East Hawaii, except n bill
which will forbid the Young Men's Re
publican Club from enforcing Chapter
37 of the laws of 1S93, relative to citizen
lly far the most important action of
the next legislature, so far as Eait II i
waii is concerned, will be the passage of
a safe and sane county bill. We do not
know how the Democratic senators will
stand upon this subject. Hut a moment's
reflection will convince every one that
they have no interest iu counties. You
will remember that O. T Shipmin ami
Fruk Woods have been brought upas
cattle ranchers iu West Hawaii. These
two gentlemen can conceive of 110 more
beautiful picture than the cutting up of
the lauds iu 10,000 acie tracts extending
from sea lo mountain, with herds of fat
cattle grazing over them. They declare j
to their friends that a county bill hurts
business. And so it will interfere with
their own business. Palmer Woods and
John D. Paris have spent their lives as
i rauchuien and pnilnbly will
They are hold-over senators. Frank
Woods ami OllicSlnptnaii are also life
long cattlemen. On any question where
the interest of the owners of homesteads,
of small kuleaiias, of taro patches or
sugar plantations may be adverse to the
interests of cattle ranches, is there any
doubt ol the position of such men?
MUitn men reierred to tlie,(school House. Inspectors: Albert Hor-
various candidates Oil the Rentlbli-
enn ticket who were business men
. rnrv,.,.i ,). ,.,irn. ,VnlL-
' fe ns we as the professions.
..a.w... ., .!
rour ol the seven candldatee had
seen service in the legislature and
' .. .
werc well prepared lor the duties of
. ffi ... , .'
nth Precinct Polline place. Kapoho
lie elected. Mr. Smith was the last
in speaking of the sale of Chamber-
Iain's Cough Remedy, says: "Wei
take pleasure in recommending it '
to our customers because we lie-
...... , ,
,. ,k ,.u..-.i., iiiiiui. ..nil .1
min 1 iiiviiiili iti mnin rtf
nicritoiious preparation. We sold
it 111 Old Virginia nr.d several other
slntps . rnveriW n trind nC m-nr
twenty years, and have always
found it to give perfect satisfaction."
For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
F0111 rooms, iu two-room suites, with '
bath, each room opening on veranda, '
pleasinlly located. Inquire Tribune 1
1 - 1
I W I-baw house in Puueo, rece'u.ly
, omipied by P, Peek and fuuilly, Ap -
I ply to R. T. GUARD.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Salisfac-
Subscribe for the Tkibunk. Subscrip -
tion $3.50 per v ear.
- - -
Executive Not ice. I
Wjk II I i'lisB sll.,. t
, Assistant Superintendent of Public Works,
The governor directs that notice l,e t "d enclosed in a scaled envelope, en
given of the following Polling Places ami I '"f'1 "I'roposi! for Constructing Sec
Inspectors or Election for the GctierHl lion "f-ew Roml from ti 'i mile lo 15J
Election to le held November 8, 1904. Mile Road, Puna. Hawaii."
for the election of a Delegate to the House. Each proposal must contain the full
of Representatives of the United Stales to name of the party or p irties making Ihe
serve during the Fifty-ninth Couuress, same, and must be accompanied by a
and for two Senators and four Represen-1 certified check of 5 of the amount of
tatives to the Legislature of the Territory the proposal, paable to C. S. Holloway
of Hawaii from the 1 Superintendent of Public Works, as
FIRST REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT I urely llml iftl,e P"posnl be accepted a
I'UN's, IIII.O VSD HAMAKtM
ISLAND Of HAWAII.
(Tlie litt nntncil limpector In cacli Precinct acts
as Cliniriiinii (
1st Precinct Polling place, Kalapaua
School House. Inspectois: J. M. Kau-
wila.J. K. Kniwi.and J.N. Kumoku.
2d Precinct Polling place, Road
Hoard Stables, 11 J miles, Volcano road.
Inspectors: T. F. Armstrong, W. II.
Nailima, Jr., and T. W. Kekoakutaua.
3d Precinct-Polling place, Davies &
Co.'s Warehouse, corner of Waiakea and
Kalepoleporouls. Inspectors; Wui. Geo.
Kaihenui, David Sp-ildiug, ami . N. Ka-
4th Precinct-Polling place, Circuit
Court House at Hilo.-Inspectors: Win.
Viiniiatta, Ira E. Kay, and Win. IL Nai-
5U1 Precinct Polling place, Papaikou
School House. Inspectors: John T.
Moir.J. M. Kauhi.and Siuieoua Paaluhi.
1 6lh Pnciuct Polling place, Honomii
Court House. Inspectors: J. II. Oliver,
I William Hay and H. K. Unca.
I 7H1 Precinct Polling place, Laupahoe-
hoe Court House. Inspectors: E. W.
I Ihrnard. C. II. Swain, ami II. M. Kahue.
Sth Precinct Polline olace. Kaohe
uer. Henrv Louisson. and W. N. K.Kau-
I 91" Precinct. Polling place, Houokaa
... . ,.. ....
Court Hou.se. Inspectors: Chas. II. Fox,
Joi, Ai, and George F. Hall.
ioth Precinct Polling place, Kukui-
' haele School House. Inspectors: Win.
.. .. . .. .
Horner. J. li. Jones, anil Kaalello Jleuia-
Ranch Ham. Inspectors: II. J. Lvniaii.
I L. D. Kalipo, and J. L. Alua.
2D REPRESENTATIVE. DISTRICT
J KOIIM.A, KON ANDKAU
I ISLAND Ol' IIAWMI
' (The hrt imncil Inspector In each I'rcclncl kcts
a. Ch.iirm.ui )
1st Precinct Polling place, Circuit
Court House, Koh.ila. Inspectors: A. K.
. Ehlredge, R. K. Naipo, and I). W. Pae.
21I Precinct-Polling place, Waituea
tTourt House. Inspectors: Charles II.,
tit!!!.. 1 I.' Ton.. -...1 '1' M 1). .t..
"" "'.-" . .' : ... . . .
311 rrecinci roiling piace, ejircuii
.. . .... Kail,,,,..
1 Aiu, Samuel Pnn. and L. K. Kupihe
, 4th Precinct Polling place, Kouawae
I Ha School House. Inspectors: W. H
Greeuwell, R. Wassmau, and J.
I 5U1 Precinct Polling place, Ilookeun
(Court House. Inspectors: L. P. Lincoln,
I Joseph Kaeo, and J. Holi,
1 6th Precinct Polling place, Paia
' School House. Inspectors: F. lluchholt,
D. T. Kaupiko, and Sam Kaialii.
7th Precmct Polling place, Wiiiohiuu
1 Court House. Insjiectors: Robert L.
Wilhelin, David K. Wailehua, and F. C.
8th Precinct Polling place, Pahala
1 School House. Inspectors: T. C. Wills,
j. ikiiiikii, nun j. iv. iim.jni.
A. L. C ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii,
1 TheCupitol, Honolulu, October loth
'1904, ' 51-4
11 l-:niilo lo 15.M Mile
l.onri, IMinn, llnwnii.
proposals will Ik: received at the ofTicc
, l)u. superintendent of Public Works.
.' Honolulu, until it o'clock in. of October
31, 1904, for Constructing a Section of
New Road H ', mile to 15 mile raid,
, Pbus nild specifications are on file at
' the office of the Assistant Superintendent
! of Public Works. Honolulu, and K. E.
Richards. Agent Public Works, Hilo,
j Hawaii, copies of which will be furnishad
, intending bidders on receipt of f 5 00,
1 which sum will be returned to bidder
after he has deposited his bid and re
lumed the plans ami specifications.
Prnnns.114 must 1i siilmilttfil mi ttlntil
forms, which will lie furnished bv the
contract will beeutcrcil into,
X'n tirnnnsnl will lip pnti-rttiftipil iinlpsa I
made on blanks furnished by the Ass:
ant Superintendent of Public Works, and
E. E. Richards, and delivered at the '
nRtfl. nt ll,A Cti. .!. .I...., 1a. ., .T 1..I,11a
1 Willi., w, IIIV -Jtl..l II, is HllCllk 1,1 . U'illl.
j Works previous to 12 o'clock 111. 011 the
The Superintendent reserves the right
to reject any and all bids.
j. j. jjqj j qwAY
Superintendent of Public Works.
nepari,nellt of pi,ic Works, October 1 1,
ExtCIKUlItT Ol PfiCk IlOOtl.
()j p HilWiiII
" "" IlllNIlll.
Proposals will be received at the office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, until 12 o'clock m. of October
31. I94t for extending Peck Roid, Oha,
Plans and specifications are on file at
the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, and with E.
K. Richards, Agent Public Works, Hilo,
Hawaii, conies of which will be furnished
intending bidders on receipt of
which sum will be returned to biddei
after he has deposited his bid ami re-
turned the plans and specifications.
Il 1 ......! !..!.. t...
irupusaii iiiusi uc suuuiuica on niaiiK
forms which will be furnished bv
Assistant Siiperintendentof Public Works,
and enclosed iu a sealed envelope, ell-
i ) iiti .1 i. i(
oorscu iroposai lor ivxieiiniug iecK
Road, Olaa, Puna, Hawaii."
Each proposal must contain the full
name of the party or parties making the
nie, and must beaccompaiiied by acerll
fied check of 5 , of the amount of the pro-
posal, payable to C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works, as
surety that if the proposal be accepted a
contract will be entered into,
No ,)ronoSil, wjjj ,e e,Ueriaiueil itlile-s
nuie blanks furnished by the
Assistant Supcrinteiidenl of Public Works
ami 1;. t? Richards, anil delivered at the
ofiice of the Superintendent of Public
Works previous to 12 o'clock in. on the
The Superititeudeut reserves the
to reject any ami all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works,
Department of Public Works, October 11,
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers iu Dates, Oranges,
Apples, Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions and All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
j tm rrancisco. uaiuoruia
Subscribe for the Tkiuunk. Sub
scription $3,50 a year.
No amount of care can keep
noxious insects out of the
house, but they need not be
harbored. They speedily meet
their doom if you will use our
freely. Kills ants, roaches,
bed bug, waler bugs and all
other vaiicties of insect in
truders. Money back if it
fails. 25 cents a bottle.
H. I.. SHAW, - Manaokr
SERRAO LIQUOR CO.
Complete Stock of Finest Tuble
Wines, lleers, Whiskies, Gini,
brandies and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao lllock, Sliipuuu Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Ileerk
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and bottled
lOc Per Class
Telephone No. 7
J. 6. SERRAO, Managir
MATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
Juno 19, '04
July 23, '04
Aug. 26, '04
Sept. 29, '04
Nov. 2, '04
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R. T. GUARD, Agent.
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