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Q. W. LOCKINQTON
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these are essential to good health; and the
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"Six years ago I bad an attack of indi
gestion and liver complaint that lasted
for weeks. I was unable to do any bard
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work, had no appetite, food distressed me,
and I suffered much from headache. Mv
skin was Ballow, and sleep did not refresh
me. I tried several remedies without
obtaining any relief. Finally, one of my
customers recommended Ayer's Baraapa
rilla. It helped mo from the first in
fact, after taking six bottles I was com
pletely cured, and could eat anything and
sleep like a child."
There are many imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
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AVIE'S PILLS, th btit family lutitlvt.
Fpr Sale by HILO DRUG C0MPAIY!
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wjred and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Board of Fire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Bed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . 915
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sewing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $i a month
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Blectrical Work and Contracts taken to
Install apparatus complete.
marked tree, stone or peak is always
taken in preference to the line de
scriptions. "Thus, no matter where the lake
of fire may wander to it drags our
line along with it. Of course this
is not the question to be discussed
if the government wishes to con
demn the property for public use,
the question then would be one of
price, but it disposes of the conten
tion of Mr. Loebenstein advanced
in his Washington interview on this
"At any rate the side of the main
crater on which the Volcano Hm.
is situated, and which is fur wd ;.
our lines, is the windward side and
the only side of use for sightseeing.
The government side is constantly
clouded with the fumes and vapors
from the volcauo and is useless on
that account for hotels and cottages.
The location of the Volcano House
on the bluff is the best site for a
hotel and we would certainly hold
on to it. The present lease on it
and the five thousand acres covering
two-thirds of the main crater expires
in October next, but' we are giving
a new lease covering the site of the
hotel, about forty acres.
"The trustees are now drawing
up agreements for another important
lease on 12,000 acres just above the
volcano on the Keauhou ground
and a new company is being formed
to exploit the tract for lumber. There
are extensive koa forests there and
these are to be cut. The land lies
about ten miles above the railroad
and the promoters are now figuring
on different plans of transportation
for their product. A lumber rail
road is one of the things talked
about. They are also figuring on
a saw mill and have selected a site
lor this on the Shipman ranch,
about two miles from the Volcano
"Are there any precedents to fall
back on of a fixed point with trav
eling proclivities?" he .was asked,
"Well, no, none that I know of
off-hand," Mr. Dodge answered.
"The number of properties tied to
a volcano are rather rare."
Of the five trustees of the estate
only one could be seen yesterday,
J. O. Carter, and he refused to com
mit himself in any way in the Na
tional Park matter.
"The question has not been dis
cussed in any way by the board
and-personally I have uo opinions
to express," was all he would say.
ADVOCATED I1Y THK ADVBRTISBR.
The Honolulu Advertiser says,
"The reservation of the volcano,
and the surrounding, lands fora1
national park would have to be
h y Ford's island was obtained
for naval purposes. Half the vol
cano is the property of the Bishop
estate and half of the Territory.
Most of the other attractions of the
region are in private hands, the
tree moulds, the six craters and the
fern forest being all or chiefly in
the Bishop estate holdings. Speak
ing of the tree mould land, the
lessee started 'once to fill up the
wonderful matrices there and unless
he has repented of the sacrilege
since we shall hope to see that
property condemned first.
"The advantages of having the
volcano district put into a Federal
reservation, are well worth think
ing about. Advantage number one
is the vast publicity the place would
receive. Newspapers and maga
zines would go as far as they did
when the Yellowstone was opened
to satisfy public curiosity about it,
Writers, photographers, painters
and scientists would haunt the
place. Secondly, Congress having
set apart the reservation, would
improve it. Roads would be open
ed through the half-explored wil
derness about Kilauea a wilder
ness which is full of strange sights.
and the main road would be
always kept in repair. Probably,
as is the case in the Yellowstone
Park, two or three hotels would be
built and a post of military care-
"We submit that such a change
in the conditions of ownership
would be well.worth while from the
tourist and promotion point of view.
Mrs. Weatherred is to be thanked
for the suggestion.
"We hope that our commercial
bodies will take this matter un and
press it. Perhaps it is not too late
to have something done at this ses
sion of Congress, if no more than
to secure the appointment of a com
mission." Forest and Uriinmciilnl Trees.
A revised list of the forest and
ornamental tree seed for sale at the
Government Nursery has just been
printed as press bulletin No. 3 of
the Division of Forestry. Some of
the seeds run as high as 90,000 in
number to the ounce, and prices of
seeds ranee from 10 cents to so
cents the ounce, excepting for
palms which are from $1 to $2, 50.
There are 34 varieties classed as
"forest trees," 28 as "imported
seeds" and 7 as "palm seed,"
Besides seed, there is kept on hand
a limited number of tree seedlings,
of which three kinds are sold at
five cents, and eleven at 2 1-2 cents
Packets containing seed will be
sent pospaid upon receipt of price.
Remittance must be made in coin
or by postal money order payable
to the order of David Haughs, tp
whose address Box 331, Honolulu,
T. H., all communications in
regard to seed should be sent.'
J. U. Smith It
Mr. Norrie came down from
Woods' ranch the other day to'i
settle up his affairs preliminary to
taking the editorial chair of Palmer
Woods' Hilo Herald. All had been
arranged. At the wharf, Mr.
Norrie met Mr. Burns, late of the
Star, who told him he was going
over, at Mr. Woods' invitation, to
succeed Mr. Stacker as the Herald's
editorial scribe. With the utmost
savoir faire the Great Dane con
gratulated him and came up town
to walk it off. Yesterday, when the
mail brought the Herald, lo and be
hold John U. Smith the Musk-Ox of
the Klondike, had his name on the
sled, and Mr. Bums' name was not
even down among the arrivals. Mr.
Norrie will now establish him
self on the wharf and wait for
Burns to take back those misplaced
Hawaiian Kcllnory Hcgliis Work.
The annual meeting of the sugar
Factors was held in the Judd
building Honolulu and the follow
ing officers were elected to serve
for the ensuing year: F. M.
Swanzy, president; C. M. Cooke,
first vice president; F. A. Schaefer,
second vice president; E. -Faxon
Bishop, treasurer; W. Pfotenhauer,
auditor; E. E. Paxton, secretary
Among the matters referred to
was the preparedness of the
Hawaiian refinery at Crockett,
California. About ''6000 tons of
sugar liave'lce'n,shipped there, and
the refinery .will start operations
within a Jew days. Bulletin.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Except Sunday.
Chamberlain's Cough Itomedy Acta
on Nature's I'liin.
The most successful medicines
are those that aid nature. Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy acts on
this plau. Take it when you have
a cold and it will allay the cough,
relieve the lungs, aid expectora
tion, open the secretions and aid
nature in restoring the system to a
healthy condition, Sold by Hilo
Drug Co. 'I
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The Isle of Hawaii.
"Here's to the Isle of Hawaii',
Queen of Ihe Pacific West;
With her men so handsome and charm
ing. And her women pretty and best,
Here's o cup of good cheer to greet you,
And a regret far the hour of goodbye,
But lets be happy ,joUy and jovial,
For the Jourpaf girlsTwill. never be
dead 'til they diet
Part of a "toast, proposed' at the
Promotion Committee's Banquet at
Honolulu for the Oregon girls, by
the Icdcivofitheipaity;. '..
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are sold on Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
I five rides between any two points,! and
I thousand mile tickets are sold at very
1 low rates.
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GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO. CAL., U. S. A.
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