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SflNES" CAFE I
Coinfort.ilile Rooms ... Hot and Cold Haths ... A Woll-
Stuckctl litiffct ... Mixed Drinks and Kinc Wines ,A
Cold Storage Plant on promises with all the Delicacies
or the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HlCO
CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
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Of (iothenniirg, Sweden
Assets (I'louic Office) .... to,3itS-i
Atietsiu U.S. (fol Additional Security ol American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pfieific Coast Department: KDWARli 1IROWN - SONS. General Agents
4 1 1 -4 1 3 California St.. San Francisco.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Rosidont Agents, HILO
I rucabado, portela & cos j
PORTO 1UCO for obvious lcisons produces tobacco of vary-in-
degiees of excellencv. The I Kiel impression caused
originally by careless cull'V.ition and inaiiufacture of the
tobacco, due to inexperience, 1ms now been dispelled, and those
suiokeis who desire a cigar with more aroiua than the flat-tasting
dotiu'sMc cigar unmixed wi'h Havana, and still lacking the
overpower in-j heaviness of the latter, at a reasonable price, find
their choice in the Porto Uieau eit-ars. For this reason it is
smoked in offices during business hours with every sense of
satisfaction by many in whose estimation Cuban cigars hold
first place for quality, and that portion of the general public
which is frugal 011 this item of expenditure finds it a good substi
tute for high-priced Havanas. Albert A. Void in New York Sun
&. CO., LTD.
Shy At r
Beer as a beverage because some people misuse it.
There is more genuine merit as a tonic, as a blood maker in
a good beer than you may have supposed. One trial of
good beer will convince you, especially if it's
Doctors prescribe it because it is made right out of the
very best materials. You'll like it.
RAINIER BOTLTINC WORKS
Tin: m:i:i or rutus.
Mini- uf Hie I'lesliliNil'
The following excellent in tide
1 from Leslie's is one of the lxst u-
I'lie i! untunes nl" 11 Ili-enlliltiK
Hare I'iip The'l'iiliUc.
In the October nuinbci of the
Hawaiian l'oiestei and Auticul-
tnrist tlieie appeals nil niueie on ISWeri to the statement that Uoose
the development of public parks. jVci, , ()l a Si,fc milU) lnist jnt.
An extract I'tom the pen of (J. A. 1 executive chair, that we h iw ever
l'atker, Superintendent of Keney head: 'The Democratic and assist
l'afk, Hartford, is quoted in part ant Democratic papers me saying
'ns follows: that President Roosevelt lias made
1 "To begin with, I would have j mntiy mistakes. I.et us mention a
(parks from three to ten acres, In-1 few of these:
cated near the homes of Uic work- "The president ended the coal
'men, open even day in the yenr strike in 1902, and thereby opened
anil every hour of the day and 1 the mines, gave work to tens of
evening. I would have piny-' thous.inds of persons who had been
grounds Tor the children, lots of idlu for months, and reduced tlu?
shade, and, if possible, grass, where price ofccul to 80,000,000 Anieri
his wile and friends could sit dur-cans.
nig uie summer aneruoons. i( "He carried out the country's
would have lois-nnd lots of seals pledge with Cuba, first by with
and tables and a superabundance of J drawing the troops fiom the island
light so that the working man after pacification had become coin
after his day's work would find ajpicto and then by inducing an
pleasant place (luring the evening '(pathetic congress to grant to the
A. B. C. BEERS
I hours, one in which il desired he
(could take his evening meal. I
would have as many bright flowers
as circumstances would permit, but
none or few shrubs.
'I would have a stadium wheie
cotrtests could take place, and an
outdoor and indoor gymnasium. I
would have a shelter with an
island the resiprocity which had j
"He led congress to pass the
national irrigation act, which will
benefit every state nud territory
west of the longitude of .Missouri's
western boundary, which will open
to settlement a new empire in the
arid recinu, contnrisinir over a
In proof of this we cull attention to the statement
below. It is mi exptessioii by an cuiinettl anlliorily.
Il speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icn 01' Statu Anai.vst
CKRTII'IC'ATK. OK ANALYSIS
HUKKW.KV, July S, iyo.
Dl. N. IC. I'OSTltK,
Secretary Stale Iloaid of Health.
I hav-e examined sample marked "A. 11. C. Heer," Si.
Louis, received April, 1904, and repoil as follows:
This analysis was made at the request of the "IIn.iiuitT
Mukcantm.K Co.," the sample having been bought b me in
open market. The beer was in a good state ol picservatiou
and was clear and sparkling. The chemical analysis showed
that it was froo from adulteration, artificial pre
servatives nntl impurities.
Ishai.J W. H. RISING,
The ONLY llliKR absolutely perfect unit healthlul, iicconlini' to everv
itnaijsis. mill Hit- ONIA' I1HF.R Uittlert F.XCI.t'SIVHl.Y
AT Tim IIRIiWUKY IX ST. I.OIMS.
iV. 13. C
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
J. C. Ohlindt,
abundance of room, light and heat i ,i,jr,i. 0f tlie contiguous part of the
for rainy evenings, and lor the , United States,
winter. I would have band con- j ni enforced the Sherman anti
certs and would have him arrange i trUs, acl 0f ,sy0 so that the people
for himself lecture courses, debat- Jca ,c.peal it if they dislike it, can
iug clubs, theatricals, conceits and ! strengthen and extend it if tl.ey
parties. There are lots of things wml to retain it and if it need's
he could do for himself if he had i strengthening and extending, and
the opportunity, but remember he ' ; so ,0jK Kve vitality to a statute
is an independent person, does not (which had been forgotten, and he
like to receive a service from an-1 nl.so carried out a Republican pledge
other without giving service in re- repeated in manv of the national
turn. The one thing he does not
need, and ought not to endure, is
paternalism, but he does need and
he is willing to pay for community
ism if the city will provide the way
"He called a halt on Kugland
Germany and Italy in their project
ed attack on Vene.uela, compelled
the disputants to submit their case
OHLANDT & CO.
AtANUKACTUttKKS ANtl DKAI.KKS IN
OP Eoerij Description.
: i .:..,. :. i... 1 i.. ..i i I . . . .
in which u c-.iii ue iiiijuKiii .mum. ; l0 arbitration and thus gave inter
Take care of your industrial cities national and rernnl sanction to the
and the industrial sections or all ! Monroe doctrine,
cities, and the other functions ofa .He negotiated a cmninnrrml
treaty with China, overcame
Russian menaces at Peking, in
duced the emperor of China to
city cannot go far wrong, but neg
lect your industrial cities and there
will be troublesome times, the
mutterings of which can even now
be heard. I do not believe ithat iilf rMinrinu ,,nrt r r.,i..i..
itieswill solve jnmi flitting to the trade of the
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scmji,
Muriate of l'olash,
iMlnilo of Soda,
137 Market Street.
High (jniilo Tankage.
8AN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo Sts
ratify the treaty, and thus opened
"He induced England
to the abrogation of the
parks in industrial citic
all their problem, but I do believe
Ithat parks suitable to them will
I help to the solution of many pro-
l)lem- I Hulwer treaty of 1850, which tied
! Commenting on the subject, the! te United States' hands in canal!
I Forester and Agriculturist -ays: I building across the isthmus; negoti-'
"Mr. Parker's ideas given above ated a canal treaiv with Colombia,!
are not all new or altogether suit- vhicl that country blindly reject
,ab!e to our conditions. The Hilo !C(r. tilell i10 turned to the i.n.vv
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Certificate of Analysis nccouijiauies our shipments, which we imrnntcr
to he correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
OKUKKS FILLED AT SHOUT NOTICE.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
(people have already hold of one of ! created Republic of Pinnnm ivliinli ' Stea.nerhof the above line niiniiiiK in eoiuiecuon with the Ciuimlun I'.ieific Kail
I'. ' . :.. . . crt'l,t-(l epuoiic or lanama, Wlncll wavCotnnnnv. II. C anil Svilnev. N. S. V..aiH c.i ini! at Vietorm. 1.L. II111111I11I11.
1 tlieni rn the pavilion erected in
jMooheau park, a great public con
l venience for meetings, eutcrtain
1 merits and indoor recreation. Mr.
1 Cooper forestalled another of the
ideas in designing Aala park, in
cluding free playgrounds for Various
: popular games in the plan. The
(Park Commission was forehanded
with Mr. Parker in some of the de-
tails of its work at Kapiolani park.
1 These facts only make it a greater
seceded from Colombia on account '
of the latter's folly in refusing to '
accept the canal treaty, gained a I
wnv Company, II. C. anil Sydney, N. .S. V.. anil c.iIIiiil' at Victoria. 11. C. lloiiolnlii.
Suva and Ilrishaue, ()., are dUO at Honolulu on or ulioul the ilate.s hulow
treaty with Panama under which
From Vaacouver nnd Victoria B.C.
l'"or Ilrishaue, Q., anil Sjilney:
MIOWI5KA NOVUM lil'K in
the canal is to be built and a world J MO. NA DKCKMIiKK 17
ilrnnm nf fnlir o.. ..ri.w- ,l..r.,l !.. ! RAN(.; ' ...JANUARY M
is to transmuted into fact. lor
his work in getting an isthmia
eaiinl midiT Ami.rip.nn Pnnt.nl .. I wUllolil cnang
brought the bulk of the southern
I M IOW Kit A
From Sydney, Hrisbnrre (Q).
1'or Victoria anil Vancouver, 11. C:
MOAXA NOVKM1IKR 16
AORANOI DKCKMIIRK i.j
MIOWKKA IANPAKV 11
MOANA KKIIKl'AItY 8
,r The liiaKiiificeut new service, the "Imperial Limited." is now riinnini' ilailv
11 I BKTWKKN VANCOUVER AND MONTRKAI.. making the rim in 100 honr.s..
1 without change. The finest railway service in the world.
Democracy over to his side arrd for
the time blotted out nartv litres
Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada. I'niteil Statts nud Hurojir
l'or freight ami passage, anil all general luformntion, apply to
pleasure to quote Mr. Parker, as throughout the United States more
showing that the progress we are : tlioroui:lily than thev had been
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts.
making here is in consonance with
the advanced views of a mainland
park expert. Our main duty is to
see that the cause of park develop
ment shall not be permitted to le-trogradc."
THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd.
CiiAMiiitui.AiN's Corn 11 Rkmkdy
n Old Vikc.inia. The Ilutehiu-,
son Drug Company, which is lo- '
cated at Perry, Oklahoma, U.S. A., j
in speaking of the sale of Chamber-
blotted out before or since the
Monroe era of good feeling.
"The American people love
Roosevelt for some of the 'mistakes'
which he has made."
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone 'No. 39.
UlI.O, II. I
For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields.
Soil Analysis Made anil Fertilizer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop
FOR THE LAND'S SAKE USE OUR FERTILIZERS
' Sulphato of Ammonium
Sulphate of Potash
I'Vrlilie'S for salt'
Nitrate of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
lawns with our
in large or small iiuautlties. Fertilize your
Spt'Ciul I.aun Fertilizer.
Iain's Cough Remedy, says: "We
take pleasure in recommending it '
to our customers because we be-1 n r
lieve it honestly made and a T UulTlu
I tiiiif il At-lniti' tifitnn 1 ii(fiti 'n uil 1
1I1W4 IIUI IWII1 i WJI il llMlt t nvitii I
it in Old Virginia and sevcial other
I slates, covering a period of over choice Cuts of
twenty years, and have always j
fottnd it to give perfect satisfaction." Beef, MuttOll
For sale by HUo Drug Co. J pof
Pkont St., IIu.o, II. I,
made new for a few cents and
a little labor. With
you can paint and varnish at
the sanre operation. You will
be surprised how eaiy it is
to renew vehicles.
Let us show you color cards.
soi r nv
HILO MERCANTILE CO. Vim
P. O. Boz 94
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Telephones 4 A, 4 B
p. n. Hon 707,
POULTRY of all Kinds
C. M. COOKH, Frepident,
f I'. IIISHOPiTreiisiiiiT.
C. II. RUHKRTSON, Auditor
i. H. TF.NNF.Y, Vice.l're.siilent.
J. U'ATHIUlOHSIf, Si-nelaiv. ,
v ,m.-ai,kxani)I';r, c. 11. athfkton
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
SILVER AND PLATED WARE .-
Fino Fat Turkeys.
J. D. KENNEDY Jowolorl . . Sucking Pigs.
The HILO TRIBUNE
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT