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H. HACKFELD & CO., Ltd., Resident Agents, HILO
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PORTO RICO for obvious reasons produces tobacco of vary
ing degiees of excellence. The bad impression caused
originally by careless cultivation and manufacture of the
tobacco, due to inexperience, has now been dispelled, and those
smokers who desire a cigar with more aroma ilian the flat-tasting
domes'ic cigar unmixed with Havana, and still lacking the
overpowering heaviness of the latter, at a reasonable price, find
their choice in the Porto Rican cigars. 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 on this item of expenditure finds it a good substi
tute for high-priced llnvanas. Albert A. Void in New York Sun
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FACTOR V :
C. M. COOKE, President.
E. P. BISHOP, Treasurer.
G. H. ROBERTSON, Auditor
K. I). TISNXI'.V, Vice-President.
J. WATHRNOUSH. Secretary.
W. M.Al.EXANDER, C. II. ATIIERTON
to Governor Carter says that the
forestry reserves can be better ad
ministered by the Government.
A considerable p.irt of the land
within the limits of the proposed
forest reserves is now in private
ownership and subject to the
shifting opinions of various in
dividuals. It is believed that the
example set by the Government
and the large owners in turning
their forest lands into reserves,
will have no small effect in causing
the dther owners to do likewise,
thus insuring the extension of the
teserves over larger areas and the
protection of the forest in places
where it might not otherwise be
While the forest reserves arc
created primarily for the pi election
of the important watersheds, they
may, without detriment tothiscud,
be made to serve other useful pur
poses ns vell, if properly managed
under competent supervision, by n
It is provided by law that the
direction and control of the forest
reserves shall be in the hands of a
trained man, a professional forester,
whose sole duty it is to care for the
forest interests of the Territory. By
being- n department of the Govern
ment, rules and regulations can be
enforced, which if framed by in
dividuals, could not be made bind
ing. In the unlikely event of a changf
in the forest policy of the Territory,
the private owner can fully protect
himself by the insertion in the deed
of a clause stipulating that if the
land be subsequently used for pur
poses other than as a forest reserve,
that it thereupon revert to its origi
nal' owner. Restrictions of this
character will he agreed to by the
Hoard of Agriculture and Forestry.
Governor Carter has been asked
to set aside a forest reserve in the
Hilo district from Hatnakua to
Olaa, between 1750 feet, the limit
where cane will grow and the upper
edge of the forest line.
Miporintendent llollonny Discusses
Superintendent Holloway's re
port to the Governor contains the
following recommedation with re
ference to the employment of citizen
labor on public works:
"The question ofthe employment
of non-citizen labor on Government
work is one of considerable import
ance and has recently been brought
into prominence through the news
papers. In certain localities, it is
absolutely impossible to secure
sufficient citizens to carry out the
construction of roads provided for
in the Loan Fund. If it is deemed
advisable to employ Asiatics, the
Government should benefit by any
saving in the cost ofthe labor, so it
seems to me that where there is
some doubt as to the contractor
being able to secureenough citzens,
the best solution of the problem
"First To ask for tenders with
the condition that only citizen la
bor shall be employed and- a state
ment of time required for the work.
"Second For the employment
of all available citizen labor with
permission to make up any de
ficiency in the supply by the use of
non-eligible to become citizen la
bor, the time necessary to complete
the contract also stated.
"It can then be decided whether
it is feasible to undertake work
with citizens and if not the Terri
tory will profit by any saving in
the use of Asiatics."
The (Jorm Thai Kills the dorm.
Willi microbes hw.irmlug everywhere
And laying Tor mankind,
A man is driven to despair
And misses peace of mind.
Itut science, chasing like a thief
The microscopic worm,
Sends to the scene for our relief
The germ that eats tlie germ. "
Hut if the latest microbes should
Appear to be a curse,
And when he hoped improve they would
They do but make u worse,
No doubt our scientific men
Will send to make them squirm
The germ that eats the germ that eats
The germ that cuts the genu.
crnlic, bus the following to say: No
other man ever roses front police
conimisMoner to pcwtidcnt of the
United States in less tlinn five
years'. No other so vigorously mid J
so successfully turned stumbling-;
blocks into stepping-stones. Theo-1
(lore Roosevelt entered politics as a
reformer as soon ns he had left
college, and made a reputation nt
the very start for public spirit,
honesty, coinbativeness and uii
shakeable physical and moral cour
age. He made enemies at every
step, and every enemy made him
ten friends. The boy assemblyman
forced a hostile legislature to con
demn its own political allies. The
young civil service commissioner
boldly challenged the national
leaders of his party and compelled
them to observe the law. The
police commissioner trampled ruth
lessly over all the prejudices of a
cosmopolitan community, whether
they represented the vicious instincts
of n criminal faction or the in
nocent desires of the liberty loving
majority. 1 he assistant secretary
of the navy thrust a rude hand in
to the coils of red tane that swathed
the department and cleared the way
for the commanders that smashed
the fleets of Spain. The governor
of New York accepted the hcstility
of the public service corporations
by signing the Ford franchise tax
bill. The president of the United
Stales challenged Wall street by
forcing a settlement of the an
thracite strike and ordering the
dissolution of the Northern Se
curities merger. He sacrificed his
popularity in the south rather than
"shut the door of hope" in the face
of the negro. He secured the
partial fulfilment of our pledge of
Cuba reciprocity, He ended the
half-century period' of talk about
the Panama canal and brought on a
period of action. He insisted on
probing the frauds of the postal
service in the face of the anger of
his party leaders.
A. B. C.
In proof of this we call attention to the statement
below. It is an expression by an eminent authority.
(It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icK op Statu Analyst
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
llUKKiii.KV, July 18 100.1.
Dr. N. K. Fostku, j '
t Secretary State Hoard of Health.
I have examined sample marked "A. U. C. lleer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, nnd report as follows:
This analysis was made nt the request of the "Hn.nuuT
Mkkcantii.u Co.," the sample having been bought by me in
open market. The beer wns in a good state of preservation
and was clear and sparkling. The chemical analysis showed
Hint it was free from adulteration, artificial pre
servatives and impurities.
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MANUFACTURKKS AND DKAI.UKS IN
OF Eoery Description.
- Chessboard Marvels.
There are 318,979,564,000 ways
of playing the first four moves on
each side of a chessboard. Yet
Harry N. Pillsbury has played
against as many as twenty-two
different boards at one and the
same time without seeing a single
board, and lias won a large majority
of the games.
Seated with his back to the
other players and constantly smok
ing a big cigar, he is apparently
able to visualize and to remember
twenty-two different pictures, in
each of which thirty-two chessmen
arc being changed about in an in
finite variety of combinations.
There is seldom any hesitation on
Mr. Pillsbury's part in recalling
the picture presented on anv civen
board. The referee calls the
number of the board and the move
mnde by the player thereon, and in
stantly the reply comes back from
the master, with a request for the
move on the next board.
Hefore Pillbury's time the record
for blindfold play Was sixteen games
played in two days by Kukertort.
In Chicago, in 1900, Pillsbury
played sixteen simultaneous blind
fold games in four hours and fifty-
two minutes, winning twelve draw
ing three and losing one. Paul
Severing, in Everybody's Maga
zine. - 1
Ciiamhurlain's Cough Rhmkdy
In Old Virginia. The Hutchin
son Drug Company, which is lo
cated at Perry, Oklahoma, U. S. A.,
in speaking of the sale of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, says: "We
take pleasure in recommending it
to our customers because we be
lieve it honestly made and a
meritorious preparation. We sold 1
it in Old Virginia and several other i
states, covering a period of over
twenty years, and have always
found it to give perfect satisfaction ."
For sale by Hilo Drug Co.
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
U7 Market Street.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo Sts
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to be correct.
R. . GUARD,
Agent for the Hawaiian' 'Is lands
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