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HIL0 FURNITURE STORE
Wood, Cano and
Desks of all Kinds
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Bedroom Suits in
Matting and Rugs
Q. W. LOCKINGTON Front Street
after taking Ayer's
Sarsaparilla you begin
iu iuoi us cleansing, iii
strengthening, and purifying
You fool that your doprosslon Is
passing away; your brain clears upj
things look brlghtorj sloop is refresh
ing; the nerves act bettor; and now
Ufo and vigor begin to tako possession
of your wholo system. Your diges
tion Improves; you got moro bonoflt
from your food; your appotito returns.
Your friends begin to notice a marked
cbango In your general appearance
Tho old color comes back to tho lips;
tho oyos look brighter; tho stop be
comos moro elastic; aud ovory doso of
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The Board went into the com-1 A resolution introduced by Mr. t
mittee of the whole with Mr. .Fer- Makuakane for the appointment of.
promotes tho return of good health.
Those who suffer from tho debili
tating offects of a warm climate will
(1ml in Ayer's Sarsapaiilla just what
they need to briug back tho old force,
vim, and ouergy.
There are many imitation
Be suro you get "AVER'S."
ATZn'S riLLa, tb but family Uzatlv.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPAIiY!
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of I'lre Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machlno Motor 20
Power for operating them $1 a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
Justall upparatus complete.
South Kohala, $357.23; North
Kona, 294.85; South Kona, $270;
Ivau, $51.41; Puna, 967.59.
Demands against the county
amounting to $473.85; examined
and found correct, were approved
A resolution, introduced by
supervisor Fernandez, was adopted
to the effect that the salary of
deputy county attorney he
one hundred and twenty-five
dollars per month.
A blank from of-demand on the
county treasury for supplies was
adopted on recommendation of A.
Under a resolution introduced
by supervisor Desha, the resolution
of August, 1905, raakiug the Ha
waii Herald the official county
paper, was repealed and anuuled.
This was followed by a resolution,
alsointroduced by Supervisor Desha,
that a standing committee of three
members be appointed as a printing
committee whose duty it will be to
order and place allcounly printing.
The resolution was passed unani
mously. Supervisor Fernandez brought up
the matter of the purchase of the
Serrao block, offered for sale to the
county by the owner at the January
session. Action on the proposition
was postponed until, the- next ses
sion, when a full attendance of the
Board should be present.
A communication to the County
Clerk, Sam K. Pna, from D. Kalau
okalani, clerk of Oahu County, was
rcftul, suggesting that Mr. Pua go
to Honolulu lor a personal investi
gation of the method iu vogue in
the Secretary's office in conducting
elections. Mr. Fernandez opposed
the proposition as an unwarranted
expense and held that from the
Hilo printing offices, and county
clerk and county attorney all nece
sary information could be obtained.
nandez in the chair to consider the
request of Band master Carvalho
for an increase of $165 a month for
the support of the band. Professor
Carvalho, Mr. Pacheco and Mr.
Kelsey addressed the committee and
fully explained the needs of the
band and the belter service the
public would receive as a result of
the increased support; stating also
that the appropriation was neces
sary for the existence of the band.
Mr. Shipman was willing to give
his personal support to the finances
of the band, and thought the organ
ization should be' supported by
private subscription, and would
favor appropriation of public money
for its support only as a last resort.
Others expressed opinions that the
band was a public utility and helped
to make Hilo attractive lb tourists,
that the public derived the benefit
and the expense should lie borne
by the public. Mr. Desha quoted
a passage from Scripture seriously
and appropriately during the dis
cussion, while Mr. Kalawaa . ill
some way nearly got the Board
mixed up iu a political discussion J
foreign to the question of music,
The committee rose and reported
favorably on the petition and the
same was granted, with a proviso
that no moneys appropriated for
band purposes be loaned by the
band, Shipman voting against the
. . . ' , .,, ;ilic Works for, information.
uy uiaci iuiu mc vtuiiw, ui ucwa- ".
papers," after the word "news
paper" iu section three thereof.
Reconvening at 2 o'clock p. m.
Supervisor Makuakane asked con
sideration of his resolution to ap
propriate a maximum amount of
$700 out of the Puna road fund to
construct a telephone line from
Kapoho to Kalapaua and the same
was adopted unanimously,
A resolution was adopted to pay
$350 out of the Hamakua road
tiitid to T. Kauakam tor services as,
ftwo assistant clerks was- voted
By a resolution ititroduced by
Supervisor Shipman, $5000 was
transferred from the General Fund
to the Roa'd Fund of the several
districts upon the table of per cent
ages in force. Under this appor
tionment, the road districts receive
the following amounts: South
Hilo, $1900; North Hilo, $250;
Puna, $750; Kau, $500; South
Kona, $100; North Kona, $150;
South Kohala, $150; North Ko
hala, $300; Hamakua, $900.
A resolution was introduced by
Mr. Shipman "that the County
Treasurer be requested to make a
demand upon the Territorial Audi
tor in the sura of $423, being the
shortage iu the am&unt of road tax
actually collected up to Dec. 12,
1905, aud forwarded by Tax Col
lector VVillfong to Honolulu." .
The question of authority rela
tive to placing gates across public
roads was raised by Supervisor
Shipman and Deputy County -Attorney
Aluli was called in for ad
vice. He stated that the Board of
Supervisors had supervision of the
roads, but implied that there was
uncertainty at some points between
the old law standing unrepealed
and the new act. At his sugges
tion the County Clerk was in-
Istructed to address a-communica
tion to the Superint;ndeut of Pub-
chair appointed as committee on
printing A, Fernandez, O. T. Ship
man aud S, h. Desha.
Gn Joy oil Tho Trip.
The Oregon girls formed a club
at the Kilauea crater, naming it the
'Jourual-Kilauea Club." The ten
young ladies of the Journal's party
all joined, aud they held a meetiug
and elected officers on the brink
'of the crater. They returned to
KHonolulu on Saturday, reporting a
very fine trip.; -Star.
Visitors to Volcano. ,
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday, visited Kilauea
and returned, to Houoluli Friday:
Miss Harrington, San xiuiicisco,
Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Waddell,
Aurora, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
Howard, Miss A. Howard, Buffalo,
New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Ryan, Miss F. Ryan, Miss D.
Ryan, Chicago, 111.; Mr. B. C.
Lattin, Los Angeles, Cal.; Mr. and
Mrs. H. T. Vars, Master Addison
Vars, Buffalo, New York; J. M.
Thompson, J. h. Thompson, Hart
ford, Conn.; G. F. D. Paine, Miss
A. Paine, Boston, Mass.; Mrs. W.
A. Perry, Miss Marie Kleemand,
-Arriving at Hilo Thursday from
the Volcano, by way of the steamer
Mauna Loa, and departing by the
Kinou Friday were the following :
N. J. .Logan, New York City;
Mrs. H. L. Bixly, Los Angeles;
Mrs. L. B. Darden, Portland, Ore.;
G. R; McDonagb, J. A. Mc
Donagh, W. J. Milchell, Toronto,
Canada; Mrs. Lewis Hamlin, Mrs.
M. S.' Cunningham, Cyrus Willard,
Los Angeles, Cal. ; Veola W. Cun
ningham, Windsor, Cal.; Sam'l F.
Smith; Barre. Mass. The nartv
reported a gootl ' tiisplay of fire in
the crater.- - ?- '
Washington, MaTch 6. Presi
dent Roosevelt lias sent a special
message to Congress urging that
further provision be made for coast
defenses. The President recom
mends specially 'the. strengthening
of the .fortifications .at Manila,
Pearl Harbor, Guam, Honolulu and
the Atlantic and Pacific entrances
to the Pana'ma' Canal. The total
appropriations asked for amount
to fifty millions of dollars.
Clinmliorliiin's Uopgli Itcmody Acts
on Nature's IMuu,
The most successful medicines
are thqse that aid nature. Cham
berlain s Cough Remedy acts on
this plan. Take it when you have
a cold aud it will' allay the cough,
relieve the huigis, aid expectora
tion, open the secretions and aid
nature in restoring the system to a
healthy condition, Sold By Hilo
Drug Co. " ' : : '
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passe 11 Re r Trains, Except Sunday.
lv Hilo ar
ar Keaau. ..ar
The traios 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 Kinau, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoi.
A.M. FRIDAY: a.m.
6:00 jlv Hilo ar 9:55
ar.R. R. Wharf.ar 9:50
6:06 ar....Waiakea....ar 9:30
6:28 ar...01aa Mill.,.ar 9:10
6:58 ar..Pakoa Juncar 8:42
jar Pahoa .....ar 8:30
7:20 ar Puna lv 7:35
A.M SUNDAY: p.m.
9:00 lv Hilo ar 4-40
9:06 ar....Waiakea... ar 4:35
9:25 ar...Olaa Mill...ar 4:15
9:50 ar..Pahoa June. ,. 3:47
10:20 ar Pahoa ar 3.35
10:55 ...ar.. j. Puna... . . .lv 3:00
' Excursion tickets between all points
I are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
I returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, cood for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
j thousand mile tickets are sold at very
: low rates.
i D. E. METZGER.
ALL KIND3 OP
COODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S. A.
Subscribe for the Trihunw
Island subscription $2.50 a yeatV