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TIIK WEEKLY IIILO
IIILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1905.
Don't rmjjlprl II' O'lirjll. Stop It
nt nnro nml ilrlvo n ay nil thought of
cutiMiinntinii, Ilcchi n-i curly as pns-slblo-
tlm dinner tho boUor lolaUo
Permanently Cure Dandruff nnd
Rentiers the Imlrsoft ntiil glossy;
allays Helling, nml Is cooling nml
refreshing lo the ?ealp. It is tin
only specific that will positively
Directions: Kub into tlie sculp
twice n week with the ends of the
fingers. When the desired results
are ohtained, use twice n month.
THE IIILO DRUG CO.
Ltd., Solo Agonts
tho most offoctlvo romedy for coughs
U I and colds of ovory kind and in ovory
y I Ono of tho most annoying coughs
r!1 Is a throat cough, whoro you havo
JJ that constant tick
X I ling in your throat,
y It comes on worso
jj at night, koops you
Cl awako, and makes
you havo that
In tho chest. Aycr's
quiets tho cough,
oast. ud heals tho
lungs. Thero Is no otlior romody so
surely to bo rolled on.
Thuro nro lnanv substitutes and
Js ' Imitations. Howaro of thorn and of
6 ho-callod "Oonulno Cherry Pectoral.1!
Xi llo suro you cot AYKlt'S Ohorry
Put up In largo and small bottlos.
SERRAO LIQUOR GO
Complete Stock of Finest Table
Wines, llecrs, Whiskies, Gins,
llrnndies nml Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Wock, Shipuinu Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
PrtDrcdbyDr.J.C.Ajer&C., Lowell, Mii .U.S.A.
! For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
I Telephone No. 39.
Bridgu St. - Hilo, H. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., II11.0, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Heers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Ilottled
PR I MO AND
10c Por Class
Telephone No. 7
i POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
FIRST BANK OF lUU)';;;r-::r.: ,1
Alameda June 23
Incorporated Under the I.awt of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. l'KCK President.
C. C. KUNNHDY Vlce-rren.
JOHN T. MOIK..iud Vice-l'ren.
C. A. STOM1'. Cliler.
A. II. JACKhO.V Secretiry.
Jolm Watt, John J. Orace,
Y. 8. I.yiuau, H. V. ratten,
Win. I'nllar. W. II. Bhipman.
Draw UxchanKo on
1 ,1 Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Vells, Fargo & Co. Hunk. ..San Francisco
Wells. Fargo & Co'i Hank New York
Ventura July 5
Alameda July 14
Sierra July 26
Alameda August 4
Sonoma August 16
Alameda August 25
Ventura September 6
Alameda September 15
Sierra September 27
Alameda October 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
I'AHM Lin: Or' ITALIANS.
Hon 11 Supply of Lnhor Mnv he So
en red for llinwili.
The large estates in Italy ns a
genernl rule arc owned by the no
bility, and the tenants who cultivate
and live off the produce of the farms
arc very often subject to the orders
and commands of the landlord. In
most cases these tenants arc des
cendants of servants of these mas
ters under the old Feudal system of
government. Kven in these days
of advancement and progress, a
lingering willingness still exists in
these workers of the soil to humble
themselves before their superiors,
and in many instances they would
sacrifice their own lives to save
those of their supposed lords. For
this reason, perhaps, you would oh
serve in mingling with these people
an undercurrent of natural affection
between muster and servant. Lands
in all paits of Italy have been tilled
from time immemorial, and still the
product of the soil today is just as
great as it ever was.
The women and children are as
much a Dart of a farm in Italy, as
the cow, the fowls, the goats, aiid
the donkey. These constitute the
working force required for the
prosperity and advancement of their
What I abserved on some of the
farms in Northern Italy was that,
at sunrise, the mother goes to the
stalls to feed the animals and milk
the cows; then she saddles the don
key and places four baskets on its
back. One for vegetables, one for
fruit, one for eggs, and one for
milk, cheese, and saltless butter.
This is all covered with a colored
blanket, which she uses as a cushion
on her return. With this load she
leads the donkey to the nearest
marketfor the.disposal of her goods.
In the meantime the father has
harnessed one cow to the plow and
is off to the field to commence his
day's work, while the children are
feeding the fowls and the goats,
weeding the vegetable gardens,
washing, and taking care j)fthe
baby. Hy about 11 o'clock a.m.
the mother comes home with empty
baskets. This is their meal hour,
so they all cluster around in the
open or shelter, according to the
state of the weather, to partake of
their meal, which is very often of
salad or some other vegetable,
bread, fruit and wine. After this
meal the mother undertakes all the
household work, and the father and
children the field work. The next
meal is taken at sundown, princi
pally of Ia Polenta and vegetables.
And in this way, with other slight
deviation from the general rule,
these people work from day to day,
In some instances the income de
rived from the produce of these
farms poes li to the landlord and
-l to the tenants. If the total net
income from a farm of 10 acres
reaches $100.00, or 500 francs, per
annum, this is consideaed a pretty
good .return. This amount divided
as mentioned, the farmer and fami
ly receive in this instance $66.00.
Out of this money, very often, these
thrifty people manage to save half,
My Cynical Friend
The National Hank of the Re-1 cuica.,0 , Alameda August 30
I Sierra beptember 5
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
HonukoiiL'ShaiiKhai Hank- I Hongkong
inn Corporation J China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- I Shanghai,
Alameda September 20
Sonoma September 26
Alameda October 11
In connection with the (.ailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
Yokohama issue, to intending passengers CotlDOn
?BKBa.' :"" ' "n08 ; Through Tickets by any railroad
h ' JnI'a" from San I'rancisco to nit points in the
! United States, and from New York by
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXtb an. steamship Hue to all European ports.
Rented by the Month or Year,
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of l'ire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
.'r--T-i- 1 n I CIIDDI ICC
Fixtures. Shades, Table, lied and Desk HOcLl raCl'OrS,
JUIU)'i tn.. mj
Fan Motors, swiel frame
Sowing Machine Motor 20
l'ower for operating them f I a month
Installation charged extra.
Kstimates furnished on all classes ol
Electrical Work and Contracts tuken to
Jubtall apparatus complete,
Alameda August 0
Ventura August 15! which they immediately expend in
buying another cow, or something
In trying to place before you a
picture of a very small part of the
Italian farmer's life, I wish to im
press upon the minds of those who
are directly interested in Italian
immigration, that the Italian far
mers are pretty comfortable in his
own way at home, and that they
are not eager lo migrate. In order
to induce him to come here to labor
in the cane fields, the cost of living
here must be presented in detail to
him, so that he can intellegently
know how much he can save after
paying for his living, and also what
encouragement he is going to re
ceive in supplies and land from the
plantations. If these questions can
be answered to the satisfaction of
the authorities and the Italian farm
ers, there is no question in our
being able to procure good laborers
and useful citizens for this territory
R. N. 110YD.
I'or further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
8io I Commission Agents
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffe'e Fertilizers
Subscribe for the Tkihunk.
scriptiou $2.50 a year,
I thick try, my clnitu nt coIIoro, vnn
Dim of those fellowH who cut every
question to the quick. Ono of his fn
vorlto hnlr Rpllttlnr; points wmh tho de
nial of ppontntipoim Kod. llo prantcd
there nre good peoplo In tho world, but
uinlntnlned thnt they nre good beennso
It In tliolr Intercut to be Rood.
I did not meet Hinckley for ncvcrnl
years nfter our leaving college, nml
then, curiously enough, It wua nt n
meeting of the Salvation Army,
"Why, Hinckley," I exclaimed, "who
ever would linve thought to run across
you In a plncc like thlst Surely you
muHt Imvu got rid of your cynicism.
If you don't find disinterested good
ninotig these people you'll not find It
"Not nt nil," Hinckley replied. "Theso
people have n living to tnnkc the samo
ns you nnd I. Tills Is tliolr way of do
"Hut whnt brings you here?"
"Wnlt nwhllo anil I'll show you."
1'ullliig out his watch lie glanced nt It
nml drew me to sentH where we could
eouversu In n low toue without being
overheard.' "I.Ike nil well organized
chows," he went on, "these Salvation
ists save the best till the lost. There's
n lassie to appear In 11 few minutes I
want you to see."
Presently Captain Ida Shorwood
came upon the platform nnd begnn to
npeak. It seemed to mc that If I had
not seen her had only listened to her
voice I would have been convinced of
her love for her work. Hut that heav
enly fneo contrasting with tho poko
bonnet which surrounded It, her ex
presslon and her accounts of her work
In rescuing tho lost It seemed to me
that die Saviour In woman's form had
come back to enrth.
"I am glad," I whispered to Hinck
ley, "thnt you havo found one who Is
capable of breaking down thnt mis
anthropy of yours."
"Slip hasn't broken down whnt you
call my misanthropy," ho replied, "but
she Is capable of brooking my heart."
When the meeting broke up we wont
on for n little supper together, and
Hinckley told mo thnt Captain Ida
Sherwood would soon hnve nn oppor
tunity to show hor preference for her
work to him, for he Intended to pro
pose to take her to n comfortable homo
and make n good wife and mother of
"Hut suppose," I said, "she declines
to marry you unless permitted to fol
low the life she has chosen?"
"She won't do that." ho replied. "She
The next time I snw Hinckley he
was -bitter against the Salvationists.
"Tho whole thing is a fraud," he snld.
"There Is but ono among them who Is
not making nil they can out of it; she
"Cnptuln Ida Sherwood?"
"Why do you except her?"
"Heoauso she loves mo ns I love her,
and she won't lenve her work because
she loves It better than either mo or
"Il'm," I replied musingly. "Well,
hnvlug found 0110 sincere person
among them, perhaps In time you will
find others. Hut If you lovo her and
wish to possess her why don't you per
mit her to go on with her work after
"She says that n marriage between
a Salvationist and one absorbed In get
ting rich would be uo murrlago at nil."
I met Hinckley on tho street not long
nfter this, and I scarcely knew him.
He was walking nbfltrnctedly, with his
eyes staring vacantly before him, nnd
did not see mo till I tapped him on tho
"Why, ninckley," I exclaimed,
"Jim, I'm wenrlng out," ho sold, his
reservo suddenly brenklng down.
"No. I'm getting rich. Everything I
touch turns to gold. It's In tho henrt."
"Tho Salvation lassie?"
"Can't yon strike n compromise?"
"A woniuii doesn't know what tho
"Can't 1 help you?"
Ho shook his head mournfully, broko
away from mo and went on.
Ono night I passed tho Snlvotlon Ar
my headquarters nnd, seeing n great
crowd entering, went In with the
ithi'ong. I had no sooner entered than
1 snw thero on tho stngo tho cap
tain, and beside her In a flaming red
shirt stood my old friend Hinckley. I
was rubbing my eyes to make suro that
It wos ho whon a Salvatlou olllcer ad
vanced and announced that Recruit
Henry Hinckley and Cnptnln Ida Sher
woimI would solemnize tho bonds of
matrimony. I waited for the servlco to
be over, then left ns quickly ns possible.
I did not caro to meet Hinckley or to
hnvo him know that I hud witnessed
Whou I saw Hinckley ngaln tiiero
was a great change In him. Ho hart be
coma one of tin principal commanders
In the Salvation Army and was wholly
engrossed In his work. I called on him
nt his ofllco In the headquarters build
ing and Instead of looking humiliated
ho looked triumphant. Ho lusluted on
my going home with him to dinner,
where I found his wlfo much occupied
by their first child, who was by no
menus ueglected for tho good of Buffer
"There, Jim," Bald Hinckley, "is tho
woman who broko down my system of
philosophy. Hy proving to ino that thero
was something to lovo beyond our
selves she changed mo from a money
ranker to one who delights to build up
thnt which Is far nobler than fortunes
W. LHUOY WISH.
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The I' inest Put on the Market
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Factory: South San Francisco.
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We Have Constantly on Hand in Hilo the
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Fertilizers of any required Analysis, with guarantee of same, furnished
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