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THE WEEKLY HILO TklBbNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, .FEBRUARY 20, 1906.
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For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
li;,'tfV Shipman St. - H11.0, H. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
v Flno Fat
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra January 31
Alameda February 9
Sonoma February 21
Alameda March 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra January 9
Sonoma January 30
Alameda February 14
Ventura February 20
Alameda March 7
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
any steamship line to ull European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
PAY FOR THE BEST
AND THAT'S THE CLASS OP WORK
FRONT ST., Op, SPRECKEL'S BLOCK
It was during those fow days in
the spring when the foliage takes ou a
palo green, which too soon deepens Into
the ordinary summer shado. A young
girl sauntering along a road was caBt
lug covetous eyes over a stone wall in
among huge trees, at tho bnso of which
grew clumps of violets. Qolng to tho
wall, sho leaned her arms on It and
feasted her eyes on tho flowers. There
was no sound of any ono near or com
ing, only the birds singing. Climbing
tho wall, she slid down on tho other
side and began to gnthor violets.
It was very pleasant in there. Tho
sun's ruys poured through tho tiny
leaves and fell pleasantly warm on ber
shoulders. Bho sat down on the root of
a treo and, putting the violets in her
lap, was culling Uiem when from tho
road she heard a voice:
Turning, sho saw a man leaning on
tbo wall as sho had leaned on It, look
lug at her.
"I beg your pardon," be said, raising
his bat. "Perhaps you belong In tho
Tho girl rose, with n guilty look,
stood without reply, her eyes cast
down at tho violets, and then threw tho
flowers on tho ground.
"Might as well bo banged for a sheep
as a lamb," said tho man. "Tbo sin of
committing a robbery Is not ntoncd for
by leaving tho plunder In a ruined con
The girl cast a hasty glanco at tbo
wall to tbo right and left of ber tor
mentor. She wished to got out of tho
place, but not to pass him.
"You may Just as well mako your
exit where you made your entrance,"
be said. "I'm not going to hurt you
or Inform on you. You'd better take
tho violets too. They'll soon bo -wilted
Now, the girl was but seventeen and
bad nover been In such n ux before.
Had sho been older or of a different
temper she might havo retorted. As
It was, sho concealed her pent-up feel
ings by keeping ber mouth shut
With faltering step sho started to
ward a point of the wall considerably
to the stranger's right, but when bo
moved In that direction also she turned
and went to bis left He also changed
his diroctlon. It wus evident be in
tended to head ber off. The girl looked
indignant, but through rising tears. In
an Instant the man vaulted the wall
and Joined her.
"I didn't think you would take mo
so seriously," he said, and, picking
up tho violets sho bad thrown down, be
banded -them to ber.
"I sec no moro reason why I should
take them from 70U," sho said, "than
gather them myself. You have no
right to give them."
"I enn pay for them."
"So can I."
"If you will not accept them from
me I shall know that I'm not forgiven."
He gave ber an appealing look which
Bhe could not resist and she took tho
"If you will come with me," bo said,
"I will take you Into the house I know
tho owner well and show you some of
IIo bad a winning way with him that
she, could not resist. Ho escorted ' ber
to tho bouse, opened the front door
without ringing, left her for a moment
In tho groat hall and then returned.
"Como with me," he said. "It's all
He led tho way to tbo conservatory,
she following, wondering at his assur
ance thus to mako himself at home in
another's bouso. In tbo consorvr.tory be
plucked flowers right and left and
wbenovor he had a handful would glvo
them to ber. Bho took them, supposing
sho was to carry them for him. When
sho was well loaded bo led ber to the
entrance to the place.
"Tho owner begs that you will ac
cept these flqwors," be said. "Ho also
wishes you hereafter to tako all' tho
violots you like and call for flowers
from his conservatory whonover you
"But how did he como to tako so
much Interest In mo?" asked the aston
"Ob, I told him that you were very
fond of flowers."
Bho left him at the gato and went
homo to dream of the adventure.
Four years lator sho returned from
collego. A fete was given by tho own
er of the place on which she had tres
passed, and Invitations came, Including
her. She accepted, desirous or seelug
U10 owner who through bis frlci 1 bad
given hor such beautiful flowers. On
coming down from the dressing room
tbo host assisted by an eldorly lady,
was receiving bis guests. The moment
the girl saw him she know blm for tbo
roan who bad caught ber stealing vio
lets. She had never been quite satisfied
with bis Interference or bis explana
tion. She was not now an innocent
schoolgirl, but a young woman of tho
world, and was considered a very
attractive one. She resolved on mak
ing the gentleman pay for bla amuse
ment She was much pleased to dis
cover that be did not remember bar
ing ever seen her before, and she did
not remind blm that be bad. She laid
every snare for him of which sho was
capable, and they wore many and of
great variety. In six weeks ho was
at her feet, but she condemned blm to
remain there In suspense for six
months. Then she accepted blm
On their return from their wedding
trip, which took placo In the spring,
she led blm one day to where tho vio
lets grew. IIo remembered tho episode
that had occurred there and told his
wife of It
"Ten. I was tho girl," she said. "But
I got oven with you."
"I seo. You marrlod me."
P. A. MITCHHL.
For TarllT on Coffee. ,
Coffee growers of Hawaii have
decided to send Jared Smith, direc
tor of the federal Experiment Sta
tion, to Washington to fight for n
tariff ou coffee. Mr. Smith 1 will
leave on the S. S. Manchuria,
sailing on February 15.
He will be absent from the islands
about two months, spending all
the time 'possible in Washington.
During his absence Messrs. Higgius
and Van Dine will run the experi
ment station. '
There are about twenty coffee
growers in the island. There is no
coffee growers' association, but act
ing in coucert they have agreed
that it is best for the future of
Hawaii coffee that the tight for a
tariff on coffee imported into the
United States from countries not
under the American flag 13 neces
sary. The whole proposition is to
give coffee the same protection that
sugar now enjoys. A tariff of
from three to five cents per pound
The growers claim that with the
competition of Central and South
Americau coffee there is no profit
in coffee grown iu the islands.
Porto Rico is already largely re
presented at Washington making
a strong fight for a coffee tariff,
Governor Wiuthrop is at the head
of this delegation.
Tobncco nt llnrankun,
A tobacco plantation is to be
started by J. B. Castle. J. P. Cooke
and. George Thielen and a thorough
exploitation of the possibilities of
Hawaiian tobacco will be made.
The new plantation will at first
consist of fifteen acres near the
present U. S. Experiment statipn
at Hamakua, Hawaii. Afterwards
if it is found that the experiment
is commercially successful, more
lands will be secured and the plan
tations enlarged. The new plan
tation will have large drying and
curing houses for green tobacco
grown by smaller growers outside,
and it is one purpose of the enter
prise to buy outside tobacco arfd
promote its cultivation by small
Jared Smith says the soil of
Hamakua is well adapted for the
growth of tobacco and that" there is
plenty of tobacco land on the islaud
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Wailoa Boat House.
Situated ou the Wailoa River at
Waiakea Hilo, under the management
of Geo. S. Relnhardt. Gnsoliue boats at
all hours at reasonable rates. Special
attention paid excursion and 'moonlight
parties. For further particulars enquire
at WAILOA BOAT HOUSE.
HATSON NAVIGATION GO.
Direct Line between San Fran
cisco and Hilo, comprising the
A1 Steamer Enterprise
And the following Past Sailers:
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
And other Specially Chartered vessels
make this trip with at least one of these
boat each mouth, carrying both Freight
For dates of sailing and terms,
no. D. Sprockets & Bros.- Go,
337 Market St., 'Sun Fraucisco,
G. II. PIERCE, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii
Olllce at Matson Navigation Co's
Warehouse, Waiakea. Tel. 86 'L
The Old Reliable Stand is
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tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
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National Cane Shredders,
Cross & Sons' Sugar
and Coffee Fertilizers
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVE NOW A FLEET OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUBLIC HIRE
tnssengcrs and baggage taken to and
from vessels In the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and rowbouts to hire
ior private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter and reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from li b. p. upwards.
Boats fitted with this engine or frames ol
any size to order. For particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS 'Manager
Wharf Road, Second Door
Prom the Bridge.
SCOTCU AND AMERICAN WHISKIES
Draught and Bottled Beer
While the Agents of many
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petitioning their Officers for the
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it is a source of great satisfaction
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No petitioning necessary for
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The Directors of the Company
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Marie Brizard & Uodgers'
Brandies nud Liqueurs
Usher's Celebrated Scotch Whiskey
O. V. C. Special Reserve
The Most Popular in the Islands
Klnderlln's Freebooter Cins
The Finest Put on the Market
A. B. C. Beer
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THE HILO TRIBUTES MAIL CHART j
JJE:OIJA:iKY, 1906. J
MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU
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1 Texan 2 Q x j
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1 -H If) 5 Mongolia 14 Novadan 6 17
1 I" I3x "Alameda IB "Manchr'a '
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Vessels whose names appear OVER Ihe date ARRIVE from the Coast.
Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const...
Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; (t) To
Victoria; B. C; (?) To Yokohama.
S. S. Kinau denarts from Hilo for Honolulu cverv I'rldnv at 10:00 a. m.
A S. S. Man
(X) at 2:151
S. S. Mnuna Loa'small closes in Hilo
(x) at 2:15 P- lut arriving in Honolulu
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