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JN I 15 fis- n .'. sy- n ;v . a v. VJ3, ?M "l J-'ISM' ,V ..' Hi" MV &. 4 r m rnF A 'rdm. ;. HT.1 li - Am V-. '".JM ' r ' $V V - N' m r :V : ,,!'(' V' .- - t ' . IX 1 - , . , J NEW FRUIT, ST ...HONEY... mid all California Products Direct from Producer to Consumer fl.OO BUYS anyone of cither items below: ao Ibi. Hint Cocoa Shells. al tin. nird Seed, mixed or plain. 30 11m. llest Sago. a I lb. Dest Table Rice. 75 lbs. House Candles. I T large bottles choice Tomato Catsup 20 bars l'ells NAptha Soap. 8 pkgs. Rrane Nuts. 4 dozen tnal Hotel Castile Soap. 20 bars I'ranlc Slddalls Soap. I pall Anchotles In brine. 8 pkRS. Shredded Wheat Illscult. 8 pkgs. Won Roast ColTee. 10 tins Tomato Sauce Sardines. I kit Salmon, Alaska. 1 00 lb, sack Ice Cream Salt. CMITHC CASH STORE - No. 25 MarkotSt., S. F. Can we price-list you I Enterprise Planing Mill Company. GEO. MUMnY, Mgr. Front St., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Building Planing, MouloitiR, Scroll Work and all kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc WATER TANKS A SPECIALTY. Household and all kinds of Furniture, Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws rc-tootUcd and made as good as new, at easy rates. Manufacturer oi School Seats, Church Pews, and Redwood Guttcis, all slies "W. A. RAY I. R. RAY uie u?ays , sffifoj Hawaii, S?oa Gstato, Commission and financial jfyonts I 9farino and Jftiro Snsuranco, Tfotary Public and Jtuctionoors COLLECTIONS A SPECIALTY WAIANUENUE ST. HILO, HAWAII Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co. Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail way Company, B. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, B. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, N. Z.; are duo at Honolulu on or about the dates below stated, viz: From Vancouver and Victoria B. C. For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney: MIOWERA JUNE 7 AORANGI JULY 5 MOANA AUG. 2 From Sydney, Brisbane (Q). For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C: AORANGI JUNE 4 MOANA JULY 2 MIOWERA JULY 3 The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited," is now running daily BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run iu loo hours, without change. The finest railway service in the world. Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United States and Europe For freight and passage, and nil general information, apply to Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts. f op your Stables Harness and Vehicles Volcano Stables AND TRANSPORTATION CO. LEAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods are sold for the least nnney. Carriage Emporium We make to order all wood work of Gears boiled in lin seed oil the best Hacks, Bug gies, Road Wagons, Drays, and Freight Wagons. We are agents for Studebaker Wagons and Carriages on this Island. Harness Headquarters We supply plantations with harness by wholesale cheaper than can be bought on the Coast. Big Stock of ready made harness on hand. Our made-to-order harness Is the most serviceable har ness on the market. BlacKsniitliing and Carriage Repair Shop Ourhorseshoer carries a dip. loma from the best Veter inary College. Carriages and Vehicles re paired; best material and workmanship. Our Paint Shop Is under the supervision of a man whose reputation is not excelled on the Coast. LIVERY, DRAYING AND TEAMING TO ALL PARTS OF THE ISLAND. VOLCANO STABLES and TRANSPORTATION GO. CEO. S. McKENZIE, Manager UET1REMENT OF KRUUEIl. Report That tho Ex. President of tlio Transvaal tins Resigned Ills Leadership. Whether or not the report is true that Mr. Krtiger has finally resigned his leadership of the Boers, General Botha succeeding him, the fact is that the younger or more progressive element is nlrendy in control of the Boer party in South Africa. With the report of his abdication comes the news that Mr. Kruger's autobiography will be published simultaneously in many countries on November 15th. It will be a volume containing one hundred thousand words. The book contains the story of Mr. Kruger's life from childhood to the negotiation of peace. It was dic tated by Mr. Krugcr to his secre tary. Speaking of the report referred to above the London Telegraph says: "We sincerely hope that rumor in this case speaks with the voice of truth, and that the ex president of the late South African republic has at last been brought to recognize the clear, if hard logic of fact. His real fall from power dated from his flight to Europe, and since that time, his conduct and his spoken words have not con duced to make men pity him iu his desolation. His is a tragic figure, but solely because of his years and and increasing infirmities, which have merely intensified his blind ness and confirmed him in his irre concilable hatred. But there is no need to say harsh things about Mr. Krugcr iu his day of humiliation. He has already passed out of the active world of politics, and has ceased to count. Whether his res ignation was voluntary, or had to be wrung from him matters little. It was inevitable." The London Daily news looks upon Mr. Kruger's retirement as "only a formal sequel to the real act of abdication wheu he left the Transvaal and ceased to be acting president. Politically, we cannot profess to regret the retirement of Mr. Kruger, whom we have always regarded as a reactionary force second only to Lord Salisbury. But personally, it is only the mean that can rejoice at his final down fall. Krnger wasJJ undoubtedly a great man in his prime one of those great rugged forces that oc casionally arise and lead nations to greatness. He was of the type of Bismark, and had many of Bis mark's faults. We hear of much mean and vile talk about Kruger's 'corruption,' and so forth; but no evidence was produced even by Mr. Fitzpatrick. m ! Messages by Typewriter. Seratoga (N. Y.), Sept. 23. One of the newspapers that is repre sented here at the convention has a telegraph typewriter machine, with which it sends its news from the convention hall. The machine consists of a typewriter with sev eral complicated attachments, and by pressing the proper key the operator is able to print Morse characters for the letter represented. Several batteries go with the ma chine. 1 . 1 Reynolds Resigns. I Honolulu, Oct. 1. C. F. Rey I nolds, stenographer for the United 1 States Court since it began its ses sions in the Territory, tendered his I resignation to Judge Kstee yester Iday. Mr. Reynolds it is reported , will go into the practice of law, 1 having recently been admitted to the bar. J. D. Avery lias been ap pointed to succeed Mr. Reynolds I temporarily, and the appointment 1 will probably be made permanent. ! - . Sun Francisco Hulls for l'anaiini. Norfolk (Va.), Sept. 24. The cruiser San Francisco sailed today for Panama to protect American interests on the isthmus. Besides her regular complement of marines and sailors, the San Francisco car ries thirty-five marines from the barracks at the navy yard, who will be detailed for garrison duty on the isthmus. COKEAX RULER DIES. Dispatch From Seoul to n Paris 1'npcr Spreads tho Rumor., Paris, Sept. 25. In a dispatch from Seoul, Corca, the correspond ent of the Figaro says it is rumored that the Emperor of Corea is dead. A dispatch from Seoul, Corea, dated last Monday, said the cele bration of the anniversary of the coronation of the Emperor, Yi Heyung, had been postponed in consequence of the spread of chol era there, but the real reason of the postponement was alleged to be lack of funds. Yi Heyung suc ceeded to the throne iu 1S64. He assumed the title of Emperor in 1897. It was reported in 1898 that the Emperor and the Crown Prince of Corea had been poisoned. They both recovered. It was then be lieved that the poisoner was a lady of the Emperor's household and that she was supposed to have been actuated by jealous or political motives. anfflfflvmmmm mnimmnimmmmm mmmmmmmg Hmt'dhikcakiid "fer 1 Volcano Mineral Water Dottlcd at the .Springs at Tuna By II. I. WILLIAMS & Company This Water is taken from the famous Volcanic Springs situated in the District of Puna,. Islaud ' of Hawaii. For years it has been used by people living on the Islands as a cure for Kidney troubles. Advertised Letters. Advertised letters week ending October 4, 1902. Aina, Mrs. M. Ahina, Miss Shara Charles, Rose Mrs. Caras, N. Esq. Colon, Tuan Senor Don Judd, Mr. C. H. Jose, Mariano Mr. Kauhi, J. M. Kclukuloa, Kam. Kapcna, Miss Julia Kale, Mrs. Lily Kaine, Senator S. E. Kamanao Kamauoha, Miss Lily (2) Kawaha, Mr. J. Kahoilua, Mr. Kahau Kane, P. K. Levy, Mr. Chas. Laeba, Mr. Wm. Linhaes, Manoel Matthews, J. J. Manoha, Miss Lily Kekino Mattoon, James Moore, John Martinez, Jose Snr. Don Naku, Mr. Palau, Mrs. S. Puaua Benevidez, Manuel Pedro Camara, da Henrique Midciros, Antonio de Frias, Flilo Jardin, Antonio Gomes Siiva, Jacintho Goncaces Morgolhador, Joao Carreiro Mideiros, Joao Francisco de W. I. Madkira, P. M., Per G. W. Weight. Opposing Education Rill. New York, September 24. The success of the Yorkshire demon stration against the education bill has stimulated the zeal of the non conformist leaders and a series of mass meetings is now favored throughout England and Wales, cables the Tribune's London cor respondent. The movement has been greatly strengthened by the abandonment of the agitation against the paymeut of rates in event of the passage of the bill. Government Analysis rains pi I. 9. Gait IIO.92 Per Cent. er ton Solids 0.1880 Chlorine .. .. 0.0860 50.74 . Sulphuric Acid 0.0133 7.84 Lime 0.0055 3.24 Magnesia .. .. 0.0066 3.89 Silica 0.0065 3'84 Chlorine calculated . as salt .. .. 83.6 Edmund C. Siiorby, U. S. Chemist. w We have made , arrangements with H. Hack feld & Co., of Hilo, to act as our dis tributing agents exclusively. Send all orders to H. Hackfeld & Co. HILO, HAWAII, AGENTS TERMS: Ono Caso of IOO Ono Caso of BO BottlOB (Pints) $8.50 Bottlos (Pints) $4.26 A rebate of One Dollar will be made upon the return of shipping case aud 100 bottles. aaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai aaaaiK monumental Work VT Fine "Italian Marble" and Bronze Statuary Granite and Native Stone Monuments Iron Fencing, Gates and Posts Bronze Statues of the late President McKinley, sitting or standing, any size. 1 . flxtell Write for Terms and Particulars. m, Bcrcunin street Honolulu If you have Sore Throat Pain Killer will cure it. If you have a cough or cold, Pain-Killer will end it. If you have cramps or diarr-' hoca, Pain-Killer will relieve it. ' If you cut, burn or bruise yourself, Pain-Killer will stop the pain. In 1 short, a bottle of Pain-Killer on your shelf will save you pain, time and money. Avoid substitutes, there is but one Pain-Killer, Perry Davis'. Price 25c. aud 50c. Horse 3 for Sale I am now located nt Waiamea, Tost Office, Kamuela YOU CAN BSUY WORLDS EVMOUS AOTBIS INDORSE """ EH THX STORY&CLARKPIANO For Cash or Time Pavments BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu Millions Tor I'ulillo Works. Johannesburg, Sept. 23. A new journal, the Rand Daily Mail, has appeared here Tor the first time aud announced that a loan of ioo,ooo, 000, irrespective of the war debt of $500,000,000, will be raised for public works and become an imme diate charge on the revenues of Great Britain's new South African colonics. I have a supply of all kinds of horses, from thoroughbreds to scrubs, for sale. 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