IOO SINGERS IOO SINGERS
APRIL. 25, 1902.
Kntcml :tt the l'oitollice at HlWlIii
wail, ns sccouil-clnsi m liter
t'liiiMsmtn hvhkv I'Kinw.
I.. W. ltovourn - - liilitot.
Out wide siwnke eonleinporaty,
in its colnmus list week, inaugur
ated a movement in which this
journal proposes to cooperate to
the fullest extent of its powers.
Wc believe in boosting the wheels
of progress whenever tlicy ate su
in motion. In the matter of pre
serving the frog industry the Tiun
unk stands with its face to the
enemy and will win, or fall dead in
There is special reason why Hilo
frogs should he promoted. Kpi
ctires dote on the frog leg and
weep because there arc not s-ix to
one frog instead of two. Music
lovers find much that is satisfying
in the basso profuudo front the
Hilo frog throat, as it mingles with
the baritone roar of the surf in the
The frog has come to stay and
must not suffer extinction like the
American buffalo or the bright
plumed 00 of the Hawaiian loiests.
We can get along without feather
leis 01 bison steak, but wc will not
To be sold in the
NEXT 3D DAYS
A consignment of One Hundred Singer Sewing
Machines have arrived at the Hilo Agency of the Sin
ger Munufacluiing Company, and must be sold within
Call and soo tho Finest Machinos
The Hilo Agency as now established will be per
manent. A competent man will be at hand at all
times to make repairs and furnish parts foi Singer
Singer Manufacturing Co.
could not be produced. The min
strels have demonstrated this. If
the best comedians of Company D
would enlist the cooperation of a
few others, some first rate plays
could be presented. The Hilo
public would sec that there was. no jl'ing circles a few years hence.
I,AST week two steamers left
Hilo 011 the same day, the Kinau
for Honolulu, the Kutcrprise for
the Coast. The bustle on the
water front was a meie foretaste of
the activity that will rule in ship
THE HANANA TRADE.
with extinction because he is easiei
Tmc sermon preached in the pul
pit of the Hirst foreign Church
last Sunday by Rev. J. A. Cruraii
Senator Russell, chaii man of the evoked favorable comment geiier-
lsed synopsis of the
in this issue.
be deprived of our frog leg friccasee. I?nil Growep. Assoclnlloll reporls n A com,cn
lhcfrogin Hilo is threatened , t,,nl hc rcccivcil n letter from Cap-riiion appears
caught than the mullet, his closest 1., ,
tain Matson relative to freight rates
rival as to toothsomeness
vety satisfactory. The
assurances contained in the com-
.1 f. - !-.. it I . . 1
uoesu 1 leiiiiuc u.e pium n 1111111 . llllinicalioll regarding permanency
frogs that it does to catch the "il-0rML.ainshjp rvice between Hilo
v suarp suck aim a iiareiooi .... lft , ....,, all ...... i,anniin
groweis could desire.
These statements should be en-
boy can lout a regiment of frogs,
whereas a fleet oi boats may skim
the seas for a week and not catch
one poor mullet.
Whoever kills a frog, cither wan
tonly from love of cruel sport, or
grossly fiom a desire to appease
the cravings of hunger, let him be
shot. ' .
With a steamer line to the
Coast, Hilo becomes a candidate
for the best tourist travel in the
world. Kilauca is a rival to Ve
suvius whether Hilo is a rival to
Naples or not.
DOLE HAS A CHANCE.
Tin: decision of President Roose
velt to continue Governor Dole in
office to the end of his term is a
surptise, yet not a surpiise. The
call of Governor Dole to Washing
ton meant one thing and one thing
only. It meant that unless Gover
nor Dole, standing face to face
with the Chief Magistrate of the
American Union gave his direct as
surance that his policy in Hawaii
would be modified to harmonize
with the President's ideas, then a
man would be found who would
put those ideas into effect, Pacing
such an ultimatum, any one could
guess what Governor Dole would
do. He has satisfied Roosevelt,
not by his administration during
the two years past, but by the
promises he made in Washington
1..... ...... r...itin.l 1.t .1m.. 1. tw.nl ! ......
Jfl'll iuiiuuiui:ti u iiiu titiwi ii.iuvi:-,, 1
two in number. Dole has not been
vindicated. He has been given a
That it is so, the ruiniTNic hopes
will be for the best interests of the
Territory ol Hawaii.
couraging not only to the growers
of the lucious banana but tp all
patriotic Ililoitcs. The coming of1
the Matson steamer called into ex- j
isteuce the Hawaiian Print Grow-i
crs Association. The Association J
has been given the assurances it I
desired and now nothing remains
to be done but carrying forwaid of
the industry made possible by the
approacli of opportunity.
Honors .between the political be
liggerents in this Territory would
seem about even. Judge A. S.
Humphreys the brainiest man in
the Islands was inundated with
charges by the auti-Auieric.in
crowd and after a review at Wash
ington was vindicated and upheld
on every count. Governor Dole
the lepicsentative of the old regime
has been the object of popular crit
icism for two yeais, and the Presi
dent sends him home with the ad
monition "Have no fear."
Doth sides have had theii in-
Tiik faint simmering of the poli
tical pot is heard in Hilo.
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, J l 'ST UHCICIVKD
time now to bury the
hatchet and pull together for the
good of Hawaii.
A NEW PATRIOTISM.
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Chicago Tjjn.'writi.T onl
Johnson Cjrlon-ilii anil
Standard Dictionary are
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Win inni'iiiif - Stint
However fanciful the dreams of
Governor j Cecil Rhodes may be considered by
Dole comes home from Washington 'some, it is none the less ti tie that
once more entrusted with the task
of extending to a conquered people
the blessings of a free government
and all its constitutional lights. If
he fails in the next two years its he
has in the past two, he will go
down in history as the greatest
his purposes, as disclosed by his
will.aretjpic.il of a new impulse
that has come to the most enlight
ened men of the earth. It is the
virtue of racial patriotism, which is
bridging the chasms between na
tions. Rhodes practical bequests,
Matson Navigation Go.
I'hc only Diart I.ini between S.in 1'rnn.
Cisco unit Hilo, CompilMlig the
following Fust Saltern
renegade or the greatest incoinpe- j !r the promotion of iindeistanding
tent ever connected with the whole-' between Kuglaud and Ainerie.t, are
some job of dispensing equal rights
KEEP IT GOING.
The patronage given to Company
D's minstrel show 011 Saturday
and Monday nights proves that
strictly in line with his well de
fined dream. Ureadth of view and
enlightened toleration -will be aug
mented immeasurably by the acts
of Cecil Rhodes.
Tin: poMtive success of the pro-
motets of the Hilo Shipping Com
Hilo people like to be amused and I patty is full ol promise for the de
that they will support a worthy velopinent ol Hilo IJnsiuess. The
effort to produce a good eatertain- company has met with such hearty
incut. Ililois so thoroughly iso- cooperation hum merchants in Kail,
lated that her people ot necessity Kohalu and H.imakiia that they
must depend on themselves fot now will probtbly put on it steam
many pleasures that are furnished schooner instead of a gasoline
in other towns by strangers. It is 1 launch as first planned.
decidedly the case in the matter of'
amusements of the theatrical ordei. Captain Matson'.s letter to the
Since there is so much good talent, b'ruit Grower's Association is only
in and near Hilo, there isuoieabon
why theatricals of a high grade
another guaranty that the Matson
Hue means business for Hilo,
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