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Service Excellent. Special rates to permanent guests nnd p-ruons Inking meals only. Clubhouse nnd billinrd rooms nttached to Hotel. Rates $3.00 per day. Conveyance meets nil slenmcrs. MOW If if wiV fW f Mill ilwl ! " I TitJ ufllv sfei)?! ,Ji,lJ mil Hilo Saloon KING STRKIvT. Enterprise Lger Beer On Draught, Ice Cold. Two Glasses for 25 Cents. The Finest of Liquors, is? Boors, Wines, and Cordials At Moderate Prices. ItcrenTOtlie words nml tho photograph of Mr.lt. II. Arclicr.of Itokirt.T.inmatil.t: 1 often ntul mjeolf wcils, without nppc tltp,aiuliiiyholon)strm nil run down. Sly IiIimhI RPtii linpuro and 1 luuo holU and crop tlon. Thru I nla)Mlo Acr'n S.irMparlll.i, for Itmaki's my lilod iurnniul rlch.Rlvcino MrrnRth and vitality, and bracc wo up wonderfully." AYER'S Sarsaparilla Thoro aro many Imitation " Sarsaparlllas." Ho (uro you Bct Ayer's. Keep Ayrr's l'llln on hand nnd quickly cor rect any tendency to constipation, It' au easy way to proont sickness. Prepirtd hj Dr. J. C. Ayr 4 Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A. i l i5 I i J. S. Canario, Manager. Peacock Block Offices AND Stores UNION SALOON SlIir.MAN Strkht First Class LIQUORS WINES ANO CORDIALS At Moderate Prices. Mixitu and Fancy Drinks Concocted by KxrniuHNCKu Mixowoists The Celebrated Enterprise On Two Glasses for 35 cts. Beer Draught. J. C. SERRAO, Proprietor. AMANA Herchant Tailor Suits Made to Order nt Low Prices. Roaily-Mmle Suits. Cleaning and Mend ing Neatly Done. 43 I'KONT STUI5KT, Next to Chinese Doctor, HILO, II. T UNCLE SAWS Union Cigar Stand l'ORKION ANU DOMESTIC T01IACCOS AND CIGARS Be "KL MHRITO" Bo'"MANILA" IOC "Kh PALHNCIA" IOC "HOHHMIAN CLU1I" and others Soloct Cigorottos S. C. SHAW - Proprietor Wniaiiuvnue Street, Hilo Finest rpinrters in town for Profes sional and Ilusiucss Offices. I'or plans and ptrticulnrR apply at the office of W. C. Peacock & Co., Hilo. KEYSTONE SALOON When you need a drink call at the KEYSTONE, corner Front and Ponohawai streets. A first class line of WINES LIQUORS BEERS always on hand. Tolophono IOG bUOTUli .ital'LfiABUlU!. 'i'ilf)' tin o( 'like tltd llfiC Mlliitl bf ltrltlsh Xnmcs. Mr. Theodore Napier, Kttin linrglt, has sent the following letter to Lord linlfourof Hnrleigh: "My Lord May I be permitted to ex press to you the intense satisfaction given to loyal and patriotic Scots men by the perusal in the daily press of your letter to the 'Specta tor,' protesting against its use of the phrase 'people of Kngland' in designating the 'notables' who were to be assembled in Westminster Abbey-for the purposed Coronation. We entirely endorse your conclud ing words "Surely on considera tion you will acknowledge that the phrase I have quoted is on such an occasion, and in such a place, so incorrect, and so unfair, as to come under the designation of blunders that are worse than crimes." You will doubtless not have forgotten that about five years ngo we had the honor of sending to your Lord ship, for presentation to the late Royal occupant of the Throne, a petition signed by more than 104, 000 Scottish people, protesting against this official and public mis use of "Kngland" and "Knglish," and which then received a certain if only limited amount of support from your Lordship. We are glad therefore that you have now seri ously tnken the subject up yourself, and we trust that, with the vigor and determination that belongs not only to your illustrious family, but to yourself, you will not cease to urge the defence of Scotland's rights and Scotland's honor as guaranteed in the Treaty of Union and elsewhere. Apropos of this misuse of British nation names, I would respectfully draw your Lord ship's attention to the strong objec tion many true and loyal Scots have to the present absurd title of the reigning Monarch viz, "Fd ward VII. of Great Britain and Ireland," etc. Had he been crowned "Fdward VII. of Kng land" they might not have objected to it, but the use of the VII. in re spect to "Great Britain" signifies that the six previous Kdwards of Kngland reigned also over "Great Britain" (which term includes Scotland), and accordingly that Kdward "Longshanks" the old enemy of Scotland and her Kings was the first Kdward of Great Britain, consequently first of Scot land as well as of Kngland. This is what her loyal Scots utterly con demn, because not only is it false to history, but it brands all our Scottish Kings and Queens from the days of Bruce to James VI. as vassal Kings of Kngland, and our great hero-warriors, Wallace, Bruce, and Douglas, as rebels. Permit me respectfully, but firmly, to state that we Scots, as long as "one hundred ol us remain alive" will never own any allegiance to a King bearing the tittle of "Kdward VII. of Great Britain." adMa ..jar . -s-?. n,ir-rc .- uaci fJSiffl:!1"''.! HHl'OUK MAkrtt AIMMlllSK. rs minM , mm t i Virata arirttfMc,ttiit0i9mt W. DOWNER Proprietor. The Corner Restaurant FRONT AND CHURCH STS. If you appreciate n good meal nicely prepared call and sec me. Meals 25c Up C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop. Lato Suppors from 8 to I a. m. p. m. MnpukR or inu uoiaiioiis or i;ni:iuii( Willi Other Powers. London, July 19. At the open ing of a Conservative club at Ful ham today, the Premier, A. J. Bal four, made his first extra-parliamentary speech as Premier. He said he believed that with the ces sation of war in South Africa a new era of friendly relations between Great Britain and the Continental powers had set in and would con tinue. I he views expressed on the Continent during the war regarding the British people and British troops had caused surprise and indignation, but the controversies were now end ed. He hoped they would never be renewed, and he believed that those who accused the country of wanton ly attacking a free people would sec in the future of the Transvaal what British ideas of liberty, colo nial self-government and purity of administration could do to amalga mate races and make of South Af rica what Great Britain had made of so many portions of the world. Balfour, in attributing to the personality and policy of Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary of the Colo nies, credit for the unprecedented good relations with the colonies, said he was hopeful of good results from the conferences of the colonial Premiers. "If they result," 1 he continued, "in anything which will lead to an increase of an empire's prosperity or power of defense in time of stress, it will be well. But even if no formal arrangement is reached, then it will be well also. We have seen what the colonies can and are will ing to do, and no man can hence forth regard the collection ol self governing communities of the em pire merely as paper glory." Referring to Lord Salisbury, the Premier said he had left the country at peace with the whole world, and he (Balfour) believed they could look forward to ever-increasing good relations with the Continental nations and to a prolonged period of international good will. He trusted that the great family of civilized nations would be what it ought to be a brotherhood, with like interest and like aims. California Fertilizer Works. Office : 534 Clay Street, San Francisco, Cat, Factories : South San Francisco and Hcrkclcy, Cal. M. D. HALL, Chemist Manufacturers of Pure Bone Fertilizers and Pure Bone Meal. IHSALKRS IN of Every Description. Have constantly on hand the following goods ndaplcd to the Island trade: HIGH GRADK CAN-; MANURK, DIAMOND A KKRTILIZKRS, N1TRATK OK SODA, SULPHATK OK AMMONIA, HIGH GRADK SULPHATK OK POTASH, FISH GUANO, WOOL DUST. KTC. Spocial Manuros Manufactured to Ortlor. MAC KAY DL'.VI). Passes A u ay Suddenly nt Ills Lou don Residence. Loudon, July 20. John W. Mac kay died at 6:30 o'clock this even ing at his residence in Carlton House Terrace, in his sixty-seventh year. His death was unexpected, for although he had been ill nearly a week, his physicians held out hope until yesterday that he would recover. The news of his death will be a great surprise to his many friends, for Mr. Mackay, as a rule, enjoyed robust health. Less than a week ago he was actively engaged in directing the great interests with which he was connected. The im mediate cause of death, according to the medical report, was heart failure. There was, however, symp toms of pneumonia. The left lung was badly congested. The Manures manufactured by the CALIFORNIA FERTILIZER WORKS arc made entirely from clean hone treated with acid, Ory lllood mid Plcsh, Polubh nnd magnesia Sails. No adulteration of any kind is used, nml evcrv inn i mM ,,,..i... a guaranteed analysis. One ton or one thousand Ions are nlinosl exactly ulike. nnd lor excellent mechanical condition nml high analysis have no superior in ihe market The superiority of Pure Hone over any other Phosphatic material lor I'crlilircr use is so well known that it needs no explanation. The large uud constantly increas ing demand for the Fertilizers manufactured by the California 1'crtilizer Works is the best possible proof of their superior quality. A Stock of "DIAMOND A" Fertilizer will be kept constantly on hand and for sale on the usual terms, by L. TURNER CO., Ltd., Hilo. For Terms of Sale, which arc equivalent to San Francisco prices with freight and other charges added, address : L. TURNER CO., Ltd. Hilo Agents for California Fertilizer Works. Wntterson Seeks Ilnrk Horse. San Jose, July 23. Colonel Henry Wattersou, in an interview with a Mercury representative at Del Monte today, said positively that he would not be a candidate for President; that the people would never trust Cleveland again; that Bryan was au impossibility; thot the people would not accept him nor his miserable doctrines. He suggested that possibly some unknown man would come to the front, as had been the case fre quently in the past. He added that Judge Parker of New York was a capable man, a possible can didate for Governor of the Kmpire State, and that if he were so chosen he might easily be elected President. HILO WINE 2 LIQUOR COMPANY N- TKN HOLD ASSKKTIONS. Itcgunllnc C'liiiinlHMiulu'H Colic, Cholera and lliitrrliotn Remedy. 1. It affords quick relief in cases of colic, cholera morbus and pains in the stomach. 2. It never fails to effect a cure in the most severe cases of dysentery and diarrhoea. 3. It is a sure cure for chronic diarrhoea. 4. It can always be depended upon in cases of cholera infantum. 5. It cures epidemical dysen tery. 0. It prevents bilious colic. 7. It is prompt and effective in curing all bowel complaints. 8. It never produces bad re sults. 9. It is pleasant and safe to take. 10. It has saved the lives of more people than any other medi cine in the world. These are bold assertions to make J. S. CANARIO, Manager. European Wines European Brandios European Champagnos Scotch Whiskey Amorican Whiskoy in cases and bulk California Winos in cases and bulk Holland Cins, Assorted BEERS Schlitz Lemps Enterprise ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER LIQUERS TULM'HONK 90. Front Stkukt, Nrak Church. r.iiulniid'h LYouomlc Position. Berlin, July 22. The Kreuz Zeitung, dealing with Great Brit ain's position in the world, main- tains that she is not I'connmiV.'illv 1 independent of other nations. "The! regarding any medicine, but there Colonies," says the Zeitung, "are I is abundant proof of every one of rapidly severing themselves from ' Ulc above statements regarding this ine nioiner country, winch will finally be absorbed by America, in asmuch as the rise of the United CUTLERY $& ?ss&msg j- rs'.5; .,MWW'... i- ' li States means the political and eco nomic dowmall ol Great Urituiu. remedy. Kvery household .should have a bottle nt hand. Get it to day. It may save a life. The Hilo Drug Store sells it. First class tablo and pnclcot outlory nt Depnrtmant Store prices. Kvorythlng" to ihu In your homo, everything for ilronr, and for your pastimes at Department Store prices. Below wo give a fow prices for Cutlery full deserlptloiw lurid many illustra tions will bo found on pagen Til and r! of our mammoth general uatnloguo for Summer 11)01. Send for free copy. Carver sot kh above Genuine Stag Handles, Sterling Silver Ferule, best quality of steel in satin-lined case air complete set IpO.OO Other Stag Handled Carvers J2.2r, $.1.00, :i TO, fcl M) Bono Handled Carvers, per set $:i 00 Ivory " " " " 37.60, $1) 00 Silver Plated Dinner ICiilvos-sot of (I 75e l..'iO, $2.00, $X00, 1.76 Whitu Bono Handled Dlnnur Knives set of tl $1.C0 Ivory Stag lliitiilttu 2.U', .IOC, 73c, SI. OO . si.r.o, $(i.oo Cent Safety Riliur nil tut untl rvmly for utu SI. SO Vi V. ) V ! "i sBStHsBHHMsWBss