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TIIK WISKKI.Y 1111.0 'PIUBUNK, IIIU), HAWAII, TUKSDAY, NOVKMBKR 28, 1905.
1 lit.rolmM(f .m.-..M.-.m.m.mA.m,
For the Stomacli's Sake I
an occasional glass of beer
I is very good. It is a wcll
1 established fact that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it in
valuable to the run-down
system . . . Apart from its
medicinal properties Primo
is an ideal beverage, well
suited to the requirements
of tli? :limatc.
I Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well-
I Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
I Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
I of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
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Our Nirvana brand of Ceylon
Tea is now so well and favorabty
known on this Island as to require
little further recommendation. It's
high standard of purity, and ex
quisite flavor, have placed it at the
head of first-class teas.
Consumers have recogui.ed its
delicious and fragrant properties.
We absolutely guarantee every
pound as represented.
It is put up in one-half pound,
one pound and five-pound air-tight
TNEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Ltd.
LNSURE YOUR PROPERTY.,
In a Reliable Insurance Company
Wo are tho Rosidont Agents for the
Guardian Assurance Co. of London
Phoenix of Hartford, Conn, and
Svea of Gothenburg, Sweeden
H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, Ltd.
THREE MILES FROM POST OFFICE
A SPLENDID opportunity is offered to buy 82.8
ACRES of Laud, on the Kaumana Road, suitable
FOR RESIDENCE OR FARMING PURPOSES,
with THE KINKST VIEW of any suburban site.
FINE LAND TOR GRAPES
Three Acres drape Laud Un Bearing). One Acre in
Vegetables. Orange, Peach and other Fruit Trees.
All Fenced. Good .Soil. Six-Room Dwelling, Kitchen
and Stable. PRICE, $10,000, EASY TERMS
J. C. Serrao,
DUTY ON UOt'lT.i:.
rrotrrllou Noi'iieti Tor llnnnilnii
There is mi indication that the
coffee growers of the Islnnds arc go
ing to get together nnd do some
thing for their mutual benefit.
Their plantations are widely scat
tered through the group, with Ha
waii containing the largest interests,
but a planters' association, with
objects somewhat similar to the
Hawaiian Sugnr Planters' Associa
tion, is about being organized, hav
ing in view Honolulu as headquar
ters. One of the first actions will
be to send a representative to
Washington next month to advo
cate in the strongest possible terms
a protective tariff on coffee. He j '
T5hc Uic-ap of the
When my mother died and loft mo
1I0110 In the world I rcralved to rent
my house, upend n few months nttrond
and on my return move Into bachelor
iltinrtcrs. During the preliminary weed
Inn mil of iinelenfl nccnmtilntlons I took
from n box of old pnpurn n bundle thnt
Bstontshod me. It contained docu
ments relating to nn cntntc of which I
had never heard. They consisted of
deeds to houses nnd lands, also stocks,
bonds and other property.
I could not linvc been more surprised
If nn nngi'I hnd come down from
henven nnd lit on my shoulder. Mow
hnd these papers come Into my posses
sion? I hnd no remembrance of hav
ing plnced anything In tho bos for
several years. On examining some of
them I found the estnte to be held In
trust for 11 minor, John Carter (Ircutrlx.
had never hcnrtl of such a person
will be armed with several cogent on further examination I enme to tho
arguments, one of which is the lie-1 conclusion that the cstnto In question
e . ... . tt...:i must have remained unavailable by
ccssity of Amcr.catii7.mg Hawaii om tnm Uu tmo Ulcso mpcIi
with American farmers. The situ- had been plnced in my box. What
plicity of coffee culture will be set j should I do In the mntterV If I tulvcr-
e .1 1 . 1 . .1 lit:... r used ineui ami cou u give no sans-
forth as adapted to the ability of f(lctory rcamm fof 101(BSnB Uiein ,
any industrious larmcr wno nas
had no experience in this line. It
will be shown that it is a pursuit
in which his wife and children can
might be accused of having stolen
them. I hnd engaged my passage on
nn ocean liner nnd resolved to pro
ceed on my Journey, which would give
me plenty of time to think over tho
engage as well as himself and one ' uost course to pursue. I nulled the next
- . , . . . Ull
ot me cieancsi aim mosi mcxp:ii
sive kinds of agiculture, requiring
no horses or cattle, fertilization or
irrigation. It will be demonstrated
that for equality of climate no sec
tion of the United States surpass
es Hawaii and that the domestic
and educational advantages in the
coffee districts of the Islands are as
good as in the country places of
Every farmer in the United
States except the coffee farmer is
protected. A duty, sufficient to be
protective, is the only requisite for
the coffee industry in the Islands
and such duty should be five cents
specific. Rcceiprocity has been a
delusion so long that American
political economists are beginning
to open their eyes. The United
States buys annually $100,000,000
worth of coffee, rubber and hides
of Brazil and Brazil patronizes the
United States to the extent of $10,
000,000 nnuually. Brazil pur
chases the bulk of its manufactured
goods in European countries which
exact a high protective tariff on
Brazilian coffee. Whether the
standpatters will permit the revi
sionists to tinker with the tariff
this coming season is a question
Congress is aware that more reve
nue is needed right away. The li
quor, beer and tobacco manulac
turers are very much adverse to an
increase of the revenue on their
products and they will make a so
lid and mighty resistance to any
such measure. They would pre
fer to assemble their efforts to effect
a duty on foreign codec, which
would furnish an enormus revenue.
Paradise of the Pacific (November.)
During my trip I met In llerlln nn
American, Miss Klcnnor Thurlow, who
was there with her mother studying
music with 11 view to teaching it on
her return. She flnlshed her course
about tho time I met her, nnd as her
mother and she spent the summer in
Switzerland I wns enabled to see n
great deal of them, for I stayed where
they stayed, nnd on our return I en
gaged passage on the same steamer
Hcfore embarking we were enguged.
Dm lug the voyage I thought nt Inter
vals about the estate of young John
Carter Orcntrlx, wondering If he hnd
come Into possession of It nnd trylug
to decide whnt I should do about mnlc
lug known that I had the papers. Now
that another wns tho partner of my
Joys nn.l sorrows I felt my responsi
bility more keenly. I debated whether
I should conllde In Hlcuuor Thurlow;
but, having known me only a very
short time, sho might grow suspicious
of nie. No, I would wnlt till sho knew
me IsMter. I told her tlint I had n
little property nnd wns engaged in n
business In which I wns doing well.
On the whole, wo could llvo comfortn
lily. Sho mulntnlnod n resorvo with
reference, to her own affairs; but, ns
she was expecting to teach music, I
concluded sho was possessed of little
or nothing. Wo parted as soon ns wo
readied America to go to our respec
tive homes, which were n dny's Journey
Meanwhile I hnd resolved to refer the
matter of tho papers to my lawyer nnd
be guided by his ndvice. In relating
tho circumstance to him I hnd no soon
er mentioned the name of tho minor
for whom tho cstato wns held than ho
Jumped to ills feet excitedly nnd, run
ning to his partners, exclaimed:
"The pupers In the Orcntrlx estnto
nre found 1"
Years before the linn had settled n
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While the Agents of mauy
Life Insurance Companies are
petitioning their Officers for the
ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy,
it is n source of great satisfaction
to the Policyholders of the
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their Company has been issuing
almost nothing else for j ears.
No petitioning necessary for
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The Directors of the Company
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H. E. PICKER,
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Hilo, April 16, 1901 14.
I case for mo out of court nnd bunded
me tho papers concerning it, which I
tossed unopened in n box nt home.
Later I wus given nnothcr bundlo con
tnlulng the pupers In tills same case
uud, supposing them to be uddltlonnl
documents, tossed them into the samo
box. Ono of tlieso bundles contained
tho Grentrlx papers, given mo by mis
take. Immediately on my return to my
rooms I wroto my fiancee, unburden
lug myself to her of tho unuoynnco I
had suffered. Sho replied, congratu
lating mo warmly upon so quick nnd
satisfactory a solution.
A few days later I wus told by my
nttorney that during tho period tho pa
pers wero missing tho estute had suf
fered greatly. John Carter Grentrlx died
beforo coming of new. nnd tho nronerty
I had pnKfied to three persons who were
, next, of kin. "Ono of tlieso persons," he
I suld, "desires to thunk you for your ro-
turn of U10 papers that bnve enabled us
1 to divide tho property, nnd will meet
you hero tomorrow for that purpose." I
promised to bo there.
The next morning on my arrival at
tho ofllco I was shown Into a prlvnto
room, whero I found tho nttorney nt
"I understand," ho snld, "thnt you
nro ubout to bo married to a client of
"Of yours!" I exclaimed, surprised.
"Yes. Miss Thurlow Is n client of
"Hut how did sho come to tell you of
"In n professional way."
I grew more surprised every moment.
"And now," he Bald, "I will Introduce
you to tho person who wishes to thank
you for ending the tie-up of tlie Grentrlx
estate. Come In here. He (lung open a
door lending Into nnothcr room. A lady
stood with her bncl; to us, nnd wlieu
hho turned there was Eleanor Thur
low. I stood stupefied.
"MIsh Thurlow," snld tho lnwycr, "In
herits one-third of tho Grentrlx estnto
nnd will now, through your rinding tho
pniH're, come into n property worth
itriO.OOO. Rho desires to thank you."
Ho retired, closing tiio door behind
Can I over forget tho happy smllo
wltii which sho camo forward, drop
ping her outstretched nrms nbout my
neck? Tho explanations hnd nil been
made. We hnd nothing to do but enjoy
In each otber'B einbruco tho first sensa
tions of our altered condition.
JOHN TUHNKIt WYIflTII.
&lr VVYVYVV VVrVVYV 9V WVV"f's
We beg to call your nttcntion to our assortment cases
of liquid refreshments for Thanksgiving
Day and following holidays.
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
2 quart bottles Holland Gin, ".Silver
Stream Schnaps," -12
quart bottles Primo Beer,
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
1 quart bottle French Brandy, Bois-
nard 4 Crown,
1 bottle Honeysuckle Gin,
12 quart bottles Primo Beer,
1 pint bottle Crown Cocktails, -t
quart bottle Gilby's Castle Grand
quart bottle Old Oporto Port Wine,
3 quart bottles German Rhine'Wine,
3 quart bottles French Clatet, -
2 quart bottles White Seal Cham- '
1 quart bottle Maraschino,
We will be pleased to make up other cases to meet
individual wants at reasonable prices.
H. Hackf eld & Co.
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years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
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the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
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Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco,
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agonts,
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K.A. LUCAS & CO., l'rop'rs.
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j IIAVH NOW A 1'I.KKT OI'
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I l"'OR t'UIlUC HIRR
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