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TIIK WEUKhY HIM) TRIHUNK, IIILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JUNK 20, 1905.
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SPRING FEVERMAKING PREPARATIONS
FOR 4M JULY RACES.
Spring Pever it considered n joke
when someone clue hns it but
tlic comlltlon is in reality no Joke.
Spring l'cvcr is one or tlic terms
npplieil to Hint ncnernl rclnxcd con
dition of the system which is so
common nt this senson. It Indi
cates, ns u rule, n loss ol vitality
ntid a disordered condition of the
blood. An effective remedy should
be promptly used, because this con
dition readily becomes chronic.
Is just the remedy needed. It aids
diuestion. tones up the nervous
system, purifies the blood and in
creases vitntily. Wc are so sure
that it will give satisfaction in Ml
cases that we sell it tinder n posi
tive guarantee. Your money b.ick
if it fails.
II. I,. SHAW, - Managkr
Track and Stables Being Put in Shape Early Morning
Exercise of Horses Principal Events of Program
and Possible Starters Some of the Purses Offered
A Good Time Assured.
SERRAQ LIQUOR GO
1 Complete Stock of 1'inest Table
I . Wines, Ileers, Whiskies, Gins,
it ' llrnndies and Liqueurs.
J Sole Agent for
i PRIMO BEER !
' Wholesale. House:
Scrrao Mock, Shipmaii Street
Telephone No. 7
it l Always on Hand:
M BEST BRANDS
L Of Wines, Liquors, Peers
X' .' Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Bottled
If j PRIMO AND
iV,fH' SEATTLE BEER
v" -Ij 'j lOc Por Class
? y t. . Shipmau Street
A j Telephone No. 7
h J. G. SEBRAO, - Manager
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of I'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $10
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machlno Motor 20
Power for operating them (i a month
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes ol
Electricnl Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
Direct Lino between SAN FRANCISCO
llurk St. Cnlliarlne,
llnrk Amy Turner,
For freight nnd passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents,
H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers
Tlic Hoolulu Park presents a
lively scene these dnys. Hefotc
daylight nnd long before most Ili
loitcs awaken from their slttnibcis,
the trainers and stable boys are
skurrying abont'fecding the horse,
rubbing down and cleaning up
stalls for the morning inspection.
At a qunrter to six and often be
fore that hour, a number of hotscs
are on the track going through their
morning exercise. A half to three-
quarters of an hour is spent in
warming the horses up, nnd the an
imals arc permitted to gradually
break from a graccfull canter into a
gallop ami finally for a few min
utes full run. In this wa the wise
ones, who profess to know horse
flesh, judge the speed of nn nnitnnl
and every movement is watched
with interest by owner ami trainer.
In tttrncach of the eighteen horses
now in training at the Hoolulu
race course are put uirougu uieir
paces. At this early hour, when
the day is young and the morning
air cool nnd refreshing, a number
of racing euthuiasts and owners
take ndvantagc of the opportunity
to see the various horses working
and judge their mettle. No practice
racing is permitted, each animal
being exercised alone, but a close
estimate can be mndc of the rela
tive merits of each horse under the
saddle or in harness.
When the horses are brought in
hot and swetty, after a practice run
they are given a quick rub down
and mouth wash, and turned over
to the stable boy for a half hour's
walk under a light blanket about
Again at 3 o'clock every after
noon if the weather is fair, the
horses are given a half hour's walk
by the stablf boys within the stable
paddock. Here in single file the
horses are led in an improvised
circle iu the warm afternoon sun,
only sufficient exercise being given
the animals to stretch their limbs
after standing iu the hot stalls all
The track has been somewhat
sticky owing to the heavy rains
lately but with two or three days
warm weather and steady rolling
by the big track roller, F. Brughelli
who is in charge of the grounds is
confident he will have the track in
splendid shape. The stalls have
all been put in trim and the fences
and grand stand repaired where
needed. The grass paddock inside
of the ellipse has been mowed and
the base ball grounds are being put
iu order for the ball tossers.
The Hawaii Jockey Club are
sparing neither pains nor expense
to make the Fourth of July races a
successful occasion. They have
provided an unusually attractive
program for the spectators and a
card of events replete with brilliant
sports from beginning to end. The
list of prizes offered aggregate over
seventeen hundred dollars, besides
the Japanese sweepstakes race in
which the winner takes the aggre
gate entry fees.
The One and a Quarter Mile
Dash free for all, is attracting the
most horses and entries are expect
ed from several unexpected sources.
The prize of $400 makes the con
test worth while, with plenty of
opportunities ior speculation. "Dixie
Land" owned by J. T. Moir is
now tinder training and Louis
Warren's horse "Uruner" of Hono
lulu, which is well known here, is
iu training by Jockey Piggot. J. D.
Kennedy's recently imported stal
lion "The Kretter" makes his ini
tial bow on the Island track on the
Fourth nt Hilo. He has a known
record and two years ago succeed
ed iu winning the Hums Handicap
and $10,000 prize. He is one of
the most likely horses that will be
seen on the local track. "Racine
Murphy" and several other well J
known horses are expected from
Honolulu, that may cuter iu this
There will be numerous entries
iu the Half Mile Dash and Three
Quarter Mile Dash. "Egyptian
Princess", since her arrival here
about a year ago, has never been
beaten, although it is confidently
stated that some of the other horses
will make a hard struggle on the
Fourth to break her record. She
is owned by John O'Kourke, of
Hilo. ' 'Doc' ' Jones is also training
W. O. Walker's "So So" and Ju
lian Montsarrat's "Mallard" both
of which will enter these races.
The new racer imported by Geo. S.
McKenzie on the Rodericc Dim is a
four year old, California bred and
comes from fast racing stock. It
has not been put into training yet,
but when Mr. McKenzie arrivis
next week, he will probably enter
him. "Hruner" and one cr two
others will probably enter for one
or both of these races.
Iu the One Mile Dash, there will
be a list of eligibles. The purse is
$250 and offers inducements for
long as well as short wind runners.
"Egyptian Princes", "Water
Fall", "Bruner", "Dixie Land"
uesuies several ouiers will line up
for this race.
The match race, between "Phil
ip", belonging to F. Brughelli and
"Antidote" from Kapapala ranch,
which was to be run at nine o'clock
in the morning, will probably be
called off. In a practice run one
morning last week, "Philip" suruck
his leg, laming him so that Mr.
Brughelli found it necessary to take
him out of training. However, he
expects to have him in condition
by July 4th to enter one or more
of the events.
In the Hawaiian Bred class there
is a string of speedy little animals,
Julian Montsarrat having "Mal
lard", "Antidote", "G. A. R."
and several others, under Jockey
McAuliffe's supervision. The
Japanese races for stakes, the pony
race and the luna's race of horses
ridden by lunas promises some in
In the harness class, "Ned Mc
Cowan' ' owned by J. D. Easton
will startle the crowds and others
of known trotting qualities will
compete with him. Julian Montsar
rat will put in his pacer, "Tony"
and Win. Vanatta has agreed to en
ter "Admiral Dewey" of local re
putation. W. T. McManus has in
training Jimmy Hind's stallion
"Nazon," and whether he will be
entered iu any of the events has
not been determined.
Altogether judging from the pre
liminaries the prospects are for an
interesting program of racing and
sporting events at Hoolulu Park
and elsewhere in Hilo to attract a
large crowd of spectators from all
parts of the Island as well as Hono
lulu, and every effort will be made
looking to their pleasure and com
fort. The match baseball game to be
played on the Fourth of July at
Hoolti.'u Park between All-IIilo
and All-Hawaii teams promises
some lively ball playing. A se
lected nine from Hilo will cross
bats with a picked team from the
entire island. Embcrt M. Brown
is putting the Hilo team iu training,
and A. C. Palfrey of Papaloa is
gathering an aggregation of crack
players, who expect to carry off the
?75 prize offered. The line-up has
not been agreed upon, but it is
generally understood that E. M.
Brown will pitch and Spalding
catch for the local team, while
John Williams and Joe Madeiros
will hold respective positions iu the
All-Hawaii nine. The following
players will probably take part:
Hilo 15. M. Brown, Ben Spald
ing, T. M, Rowland, Solomon, C. I
I). Green, Joe Tevis, Geo. Hapai,
II. C. Cressinau, Brick wood Ly-I
man, II. II. Morehend, J. I).
Easton nnd George.
All-Hawaii John Williams, Joe
Madeiros, Jack Vannnttu, Eugene
Homer, Alohikca, Simmonds,
Koki, Kaaua and Wright and one
or two others to select from.
The purpose is to make the day
replete with events and Secretary
Jack Easton is enthusiastic over
the prospects of a full day's enter
tainment. In addition to the pro
gram nrranged by the Jockey Club,
the Hilo Tenuis Club begin on
June 29th the open tennis tourna
ment, which will attract players
from the entire island of Hawaii.
It is expected the finals will be
played off on the 3rd and 4th of
July, so that additional interest
will be given to the day's celebra
Glass hotisas may soon be made
stone-proof. Silesian glassmakcrs
nrc turning out glnss bricks for all
sorts of building purposes, nnd hope
that the proverb will soon have no
Contracted Neuriile;lu During tho
"I had a bad case of neuralgia
which I contracted during the war.
I tried several kinds of medicine,
but they did mc no good until a
friend of mine recommended Cham
berlain's Pain Balm, which gave
mc immediate relief. I have had
no trouble since and must say that
I find Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
fine liniment. I have since used it
for other troubles and always with
good results." J. Vijoun, Jacobs
dal, Transvaal. For sale by the
Hilo Drug Co.
Vitally important Hint you heed their
wnrnhiKi else serious results limy ensue.
Glasses fitted to nil defects of vision by
menus of our thorough, rigid examinations.
Our reputation for honesty, fair treat-
incut nnd right glasses is established.
Save suffering, regret and money by
consulting us when your eyes call for
A. N. Sanford
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVER MAY & CO.
UNION BARBER SHOP
Agents for the
S SANITARY w
TEAM LAU NDRY
Leave your packages at the Union Par
Delivered by every Wednesday's Kitiau
No extra charge. We pay the freight.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Routo to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1904.
Passenger Traius, Except Sunday.
iv Hilo nrl
ar Keaau ar
A.M. I P.M.
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run as follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by way of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kitiau, running
inrougu 10 rutin ami slopping 11 1 j'jiio.i
both going nnd icturiiiug.
iv 11110 ar
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar
ar..Pahoa J linear
ar Pnhou ar
ar Puna lv
ar l'alioa ar
ar I'nnn Iv
Excursion tickets between all points
are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between nuy two points, and
thousand utile tickets are sold at very
D. E. METZGER,
PAY FOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S THE CLASS OF WORK
FRONT ST., Op, SPRECKEL'S BLOCK
Huvo cnufidoiiro in Ayor's Sarsnpa
HI In. It lias boon curing puoplu In all
parts of tho woild for over 00 yoars.
It is tho greatest family tnodlcliio In
tlm world. It purifies, strengthens,
enriches, builds up.
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LADIES' AID SOCIETY
All ate cordiall) Invited to attend n
FAIR AND LUAU
to be held at the
Hilo Armory, July 105
All donations for the benefit of the
Church will be highly appreciated.
MRS. W. H. C. CAMPHELL,
Hr. flcorco fountain, of Stt. Torrent, Ho.
Australia, nmlaliUpliutogr.ipli and tUU Iti
"1 1'jvln very Ixid cannot oripma. Medical
men lutl tr.M mo nothing more rotiUl I
il.mo. I tried eovcral Wood remcdlc, tuc
ultlm'it Teller. Tlio eruption was oror tlio
wli.ilo of fnv hotly nnd nntn. My friend
told mo I must try Ajit's H.irxAurllU. To
I'lttix tlicm, I did no. To tell tlio truth, I did
n it Into tii'irli roidldeticu In It, I li.nl tried
i ,..nv iiii'dli'lnes. To my (?reat siirprlif, I
liiiind ili.it after only onu liittle tho Hcale.s
rru I "Cloning to disappear. It look Jint
II ro luiUles to mikn a completo euro. My
fkln l mm perfectly Mnooth, and notatraco
do 1 luvu ol my former troublo."
Tliero sro intny Imitation Hiraanarillas.
"r-rcrcJ ty IV. J. C. Ayer Co., Low:!!, "Int., U. S. A.
For Salo by HILO DRUG COMPANY
NOTE THE FOLLOWING
In Hilo Real Estate
Pah tC ftnft 100x250 feet corner lot on
1U1 p,WU Front streetj iu heart of city .
can be bought on easy terms; will double in value in
Comer residence lot in Puuco, 75
x 150 feet, on main street; high
A choice Reed's Island lot, upon
easy quarterly or monthly pay-
-OUSE AND LOT, Puueo, good location; house
well built; house and lot for cost of house.
RIVE ACRES, Kaumann, rent for $40.00 per
annum, for seventy-five per cent of the mort
gage; cleared and ready for planting cane; owner re
moving to Honolulu reason for selling.
It is said no fee simple property can be bought in
Hilo, but the above are actuallj' for sale.
Look at these leases for sale also. If you have
any money at all I can show you how to flop it over
and everybody will make something. The experience
of every man who has ever bought anything since the
first crusade teaches us that now is the time to invest
iu Plilo real estate.
LOOK AT THIS!
A LEASE of 57 x 6S feet, corner of Bridge and King
-rv streets, Hilo, at $12.00 per month for twelve
years; business property; can be made to return $60.00
per month; for sale so cheap that the price is withheld
from the public only bona fide inquirers will be given
RIVE YEARS' LEASE of income-bearing property
on mauka side of Front street; buildings and
lease, $1200; will pay for itself in rents long before
expiration of lease.
pAf t Afbdl x3 years' lease of business
I VI p 1 ,UUU property at Waiakea, with 4
buildings costing $1,750, at $25 per year ground rent,
paying $40 per mouth.
Tourists coming to town inquire for property; if
you have any to sell, list it now; it costs you nothing
to advertise if it is a good thing.
J. U. SMITH, Agent,
Telephone 129. Pitman and Wnianucnue Streets.
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