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Till WEEKLY HI 1.0 TRIBUNE, HiLO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1904.
L'AN CUT KOA.
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used it over 60
Thou tho children, and now
TJ10 oldest and hest remedy
f.or coughs, colds, bronchi
tis, and all throat and lung
troubles. Beware imitations.
la Urge and (mail bottle.
Avoid eontlnulon. Hasten a euro bT tho
t so ut Ajrcr'n I'll In.
I .v;ired by Dr. J. C. Aer Co., Lowell. Mm., U. S. A.
For Sule by HILO DRUG COMPANY
'Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Murk St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
Hark Amy Tumor, Capt. Warland
lliirk Murthn Davis, Capt, McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
NKW JUKOKS SF.LF.UTKI.
Tli Jury List n Prepared by m
TJie Jury Commissioners, A.
Richlcy nuti J. 1). Eastou have
carefully prepared and Tiled with
Judge Parsons the jury list for the
year 1905. Greater enre has been
exercised this time and Judge Par
sons feels confident there will not
be the delay to the court, ns was
experienced at the present Novem
ber term, because of a large number
of jurors being disqualified. The
new jurors selected are as follows:
S. Kalun, M. K. Kininkua, I.
W. Thrum, Willie Kenltihomalu,
Herbert Dent, II. W. Fincke, C. J.
Giddiugs, F. Hauselt, W. Hawelu,
Win, II. Iliserman, Henry Iten,
R. D. Jutikin, Peter I.ec, A. J. W.
McKcuzie, John Mann, Oliff Peter
son, 11. Piper, AI. Kockcy, Ji.
Soper, A. J. Watt, H. Wicks. F. J.
Williams, 1f. B. Ah Leong, C. V.
Alden, J. A. Akana, J. T. Baker,
F. H. Berggren, B. de Camnra Jr.,
F. de Camara, W. K. Campbell, J.
C. Carter. Jules Carvalho, J. P.
Fernandes Jr, Jos. de Freitas, Chas.
D. Green, T. Guard, Louis Horner,
W. At. Keolanui, J. K. Like, Keith
F. Mackie, John Napier, J. H.
Reinhardt, J. E. Rice, R. R. Rich
ardson, H. M. P. Rose, A. C. de
Souza, M. de F. Spinola, C. Victor,
Michael Victor, A. F. Voss, Henry
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
, In accordance with the rules of the Nu
tlonal Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
" A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Tulde, lied and Desk
Lamps etc., always on huud.
Fan Motors . . . $16
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating tlictn $ I a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
PAY FOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S THE CLASS OF WORK
FRONT ST., Op. SPRECKEL'S M.OCK
Union Barber Shop.
CANARIO & STONE, Props.
Wo Shavo, Cut Hair and
Shampoo at Lot-Livo Rates
All razors cleaned with antiseptics after
Perfumes of the finest quality kept in
stock, a trial of which is solicited.
We also take particular paius with Chil-
Union IIuimhno, Waianueuue St.
The partnership hitherto existing be
tween C. AI. Lellloud and W. II. Smith,
nttorneys-at-Iaw, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All accounts due the
firm are payable to C. M. Lelllond, mid
all accounts due from the firm arc pay
able by him.
C. AI. I.iiULOND,
W. II. SMITH.
Ililci, Hawaii, Nov. 30. 1994. 6.4
West, Carl Wichart, U. Matsu, Joe
Cook, E. H. Austin, E. E. Backus,
R. E. Balding, E. D. Baldwin, J.
H. Barron, Frank P. Bento Jr., L.
D. Brown, J. Caceres, Joe de Cam
ara, N. G. Campion, L. S. Cauario,
J. W. Conradt, W. C. Cook, W.
Fernandes, V. R. M. Fitsimmons,
Jonas Gamaliclson, A. T. Hagen
kamp, Robert Hawxhurst Jr., G.
B. Henry, Victor Hurd, W. H.
Johnson, Herbert Kendall, E. A.
Jewett, Harry A. Knell, John Law
rence, E. H. Lyman, R. J. Lyman,
L. B. Maynard, Albert McAulton,
Wm. McKay, James McNicoll, E.
C. Mellor, T. C. Mitchell, E. H.
Moses, Titus K. Napoleon, M. S.
Pacheco, L. K. Pearson, W. K.
Ragsdale, David Reinhardt, L.
Rich, Joe Santos, I. B. Schoen, H.
H. Sisson, Jas. P. Sisson, E. M.
Thompson, W. A. Todd, A. Valen
tine, G. H. Vicars, A. Vollberg, O.
Yotaro, D. Aukai, H. T. Lake, W.
S. Terry, E. F. Blaisdell, W. E.
Edmonds, James Euoka, Wm. Sil
ver, F. B. S. de Mello, J. M. Kauhi,
Manuel Cabrinha, A. J. Chaves, S.
G. Jacques, D. KalanI, A. Kapten
berger, W. Keliiuui, George Macy,
W. S. Alansfield, J. B. Oliver, W.
H. Rogers Jr., M. A. Rycroft, R.
C. Sadler, Manuel Tavares, S. W.
A. Kaleihoa, Chas. Reinhardt, C.
W. Backaberg, Andrew Chalmers,
F. J. Cook, J. D. Fraser, W. P.
Gibersen, R. Hind, Manuel Pa
checo, W. G. Kittel, J. H. Mccy,
Jose Mowry, Wilson Nahakuelua,
Manuel Santos, John Vierra, F. B.
Weeks, Manuel Bronco, H. N.
Burton, E. Campbell, Tripp Cor
nelius, Sam Freidenberg, A. E. G.
Findell, Sam Haina, A. L. Hall,
W. J. Hamburg, A. G. Horner, J.
Kahalewai, Levi Kaleo, J. W.
Lconhart, Henry Louisson, Edward
Madden, Mahuna, W. Nakanaka,
E. F. Patten, Phillip Ross, W. E.
Smith, W. L. Tripp, F. W. Walker,
H. Watt, J. J. Horner, G. Seitz,
Maikui, A. P. Brickwood, H. T.
Broderick, W. H. Crozier, C. B.
Gray, W. B. Greenfield, W. Gro
ther, K. S. G. Jerdrum, C. E.
Olsen, H. S. Overend, Sam Purdy,
W. N. Purdy, S. Bcnde, Wm. Rus
set, S. Tarpley, R. Westoby, C. A.
Widemann, M. de Coito, A. Black,
C. Carman, A. Gramberg, C. E
Thomas, Wm. Wagner, W. G.
Saffery, John Hale, D. F. B. Henry,
W. G. K. Kamahele, E. L. Ka
moku, I. K. Karaoku, Sam Kaulu
pali, P. K. Naihe, M. A. Quinn,
Forester llosuier Iteporln on Kon
roreats 011 linn nil.
Upon his return to Honolulu
from the Volcano House, Forester
Ilosiuer made his report to the
Board of Agriculture and Forestry
on the fcasability of removing the
largest Koa timber from the lands
of the Bishop Estate 011 Hawaii.
His report is as follows:
1 beg to sunmit Herewith are
port upon my recent v trip of in
spection to the laud of Keauhou,
Kau, Hawuii, made in company
with Mr. F. S. Dodge at the re
quest of the Bishop estate.
"The tract visited was the lower
half of that part of Keauhou lying
on the southeastern slope of Mauna
Loa, mauka of the- Government
road and between the lutids of Olna
and Kapapala. A strip of about a
mile in width on the Olaa side of
this tract has been set apart by the
Bishop estate as a private forest re
serve. This area, 4500 acres, is
fenced in and cattle ate excluded
from it. The remainder of the
tract is leas'cd to Mr, O. T. Ship
man as a cattle ranch.
"The portion of the tract con
taining the koa forest about which
the Bishop estate desires advice is
a strip just west of the above de
scibed reserve an area of between
4000 and 5000 acres.
"On this section, particularly on
its upper half, is a fairly heavy
stand of large koa (acacia koa)
The koa trees are of good size
and quality. These trees are mature'
and in my judgment ought soon to
be cut and utilized.
"Considered from the point of
view of the forester the removal of
valuable trees, when mature, is
distinctly good policy, provided
always that the work is done in
such a way that another crop is insured.
"On the land in question I be
believe that the value of the koa
forests is greater because of its
commercial importance than for
any other reason, that, provided the
work were done in accordance with
forestry methods, the mature trees
could be lumbered without detri
ment to the permanent productive
value of the forest; and, provided"
an assured market can be secured,
that the logging of the tract at this
time is good business policy for the
"In my report to the Bishop
estate I shall, therefore, recommend
that the tract be logged, provided
suitable arrangements can be made
as to stumpage prices, and provid
ed also that certain regulations, to
be contained in my report, be'made
a part of the contract."
L. A. Thurston spoke ot dis
covering a sandal wood grove in
the neighborhood of the forest
above reported on. He hoped it
would be saved.
A. W. Carter said he heard that
the Pullman Car Co. was inquiring
New Christmas Goods
Ebony Combs and Brushes
Pocket Drinking Cups Manicure Sets
Toothpick Holders Perfumes'
Reading Glasses Button Boxes
Leather Purses Slippers
Field Glasses Hosiery
Ladies' Fancy Hats Men's Shirts
Pillow Covers Neckties
Shoes Bathing Suits
Xmas House Furnishings
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors mid all edu.ee!
tools perfectly ground. buiislac-
A Now Itlt'ii.
"I wish you would tell me how
you manage to keep a girl right
"Simple enough. I pay her every
, Tho (Julot Lire.
"Any excitement around the vil
lage?" "Occasionally. We had a game
of checkers in the livery stable last
Arbor liny on Onhu.
Thursday was Arbor day at the
Wuipahu school. The teachers and
children planted about seventy-five
trees. The trees, which are iron
wood and eucalyptus, were sent to
the school by the Board from the
A prize was offered by the prin
cipal to the boy or girl whose tree
should grow the biggest during the
Some of the boys began packing
fertilizer from the plantation stable
yard in hope of winning the prize.
These trees will be a great boon
to the school ns it is situated very
near the Government road which,
during the summer, is very dusty.
Everybody Uses Olinmherlulu'H
"Mothers buy it for croupy chil
dren, railroad men buy it for severe
coughs and elderly people buy it
for la grippe," say Moore Bros.,
Eldon, Iowa, U. S. A. "We sell
more of Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy than any other kind. It seems
to have taken the lead over several
other good brands," For sale by
the Hilo Drug Co. .
A Fresh and Complete Assortment of
Mats and Matting
Rugs and Portieres
Suitable for Christmas Gifts
No Second-Hand Furniture or Goods in Stock
Crockery and Glassware
Fancy Lamps Water Sets
Select Dry Goods and Groceries
E. N. HOLMES