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ni - s &tf I. J .V V 5V - f ,' i -s j NEW FRUIT, sr ... HONEY ... and all California Products Direct from Producer to Consumer l.OOBUYS anyone of cither items below: jo lln. llcut Cocoa Shells. i llx. Iliril Hied, lulxcil or 1nln. j( ll. llottiago. a I 11. Ilct Tnblc Klcc. 73 lln. Hunc Canities. 1 1 large buttle choice Tomato Cntvip 20 barn Fell Nnitlm hoi. 8 Ug. (irnpe Nut. 4 ilotcitmnl I lotel Castile Koi. 20 bari l'rank SUlilnlls Soap. I pail Atichoics in brine. 8 pkgs. hhrcihled Wheat lll.cult. 8 pligs Moil Konst Coffee. 10 tins Tomato Kauce Sarillnes. I kit Halinotii AliWa. 100 lb. suck Ice Cream bolt. CM1THC' - CASH STORE ? No. 26 Mnrkot St., S. F. Can ire price-list yon r t'01,0 TOURNAMENT. nro Enterprise Planing Mill Company. GEO. MUMI1V, Mgr. I-'RONT ST., in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Ihiildlnn Planing, Mouloliig, Scroll Work and nil kinds of Turned Work, Window Krntnci, etc WATRR TANKS A SPKCIAITV. Household anil all kind of Purniturc, Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed nnil made as good as new, at easy rates. Manufacturer o( School Scati, Church Pews, and Redwood Gutters, nil sizes CUISINE UNBXCKM.KD. service tin surpassed; Dining Room and Ilooth fur nishitigs the finest to be found in the Hawaiian Islands. for your next Sunday Dinner drop in at Demosthenes' Cafe fl fifty cent meal that has no equal DINNER PARTIES. Banquet and Suppers served under the supervision of the proprietor, cither nt the restau rant or nt private residences. CHAMPAGNES nud fine Table Wines; Card Room, Rending Room and Iluffct. D. Eycurgus Waianuenue St. manager fjilo Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co. Steamers of the nbove line runtiing in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail way Company, It. C, nud Sydney, N. S. V, nud calling nt Victoria, It. C, Honolulu, and Brisbane, N. Z; nre duo at Honolulu on or about the dates, below stated, viz: From Vancouver and Victoria B.C. Eor Brisbane, Q., nud Sjducy: MIOWERA JUNE 7 AORANGI JUIA' 5 MOANA AUG. 2 From Sydney, Brisbane (Q). Por Victoria nud Vancouver, It. C: AORANGI JUNE 4 MOAN. JULY 2 MIOWERA JULY 30 The magnificent new service, the "Imperial Limited." is now running daily BETWEEN VANCOUVER AND MONTREAL, making the run in ioo hours, without change. The finest railwnv service in the world. Through tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada, United Stntcs and Europe For freight nud passage, and all general information, apply to Theo: H. Davies fc Co., Ltd., Cen'l Agts. Furniture fop your Stables Harness and Vehicles Volcano Stables AND TRANSPORTATION CO. LEAD IN THESE LINES because the best goods are sold for the least money. Carriage Emporium We make to order all wood work of Gears boiled in lin seed oil the best Hacks, Bug. gtcs, 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 madcto-order harness is the most serviceable har ness on the market. Blacksmithing and Carriage Hepair 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 n man whoso reputation is not excelled on the Coast. LIVERY, DRAYING AND TEAMING TO ALL PARTS OF THE ISLAND. VOLCANO STABLES and TRANSPORTATION CO. CEO. S. McKENZIE, Manager Teams From All the Inlands (lathered nt Capital. Honolulu, Nov. 19. The great inter-island series of polo games to be played in Honolulu this coming Thanksgiving week will not only afford the public nud all those in terested in this tioble sport nu ex ceedingly interesting entertainment but further than this, it marks a new era in Island sports. Never before, either in football or baseball or any other sport, has an inter-island tournament like this one been played, in whi:h teams from every island o importance in the group are about to compete for championship honors. The polo people have taken a step in the right direction, which, it is to be hoped will be followed by the lovers of other sports. The Oahu Polo Club numbers iorty-eight persons among whom are many of the well known names of these Islands. This club has in vited the players on Hawaii, Maui nud Kauai to send teams for an in vitation tournament for champion ship honors. Kvery island has ac cepted the invitation and the horses and teams have either already ar rived or will be here in the course of a few days. Already, nineteen Mam horses have nrnved and are stabled at the Park. Frank Btfld wiu and George Wilbur of the Maui team came with the horses by the last Claudinc which are now at the Park. When the Claudine arrives from Hawaii ports next Saturday she will bring the members of the Ha waii team and seven horses. The remainder of the Maui team will also come by this boat. The four teams which are to par ticipate in the great event will be composed of the following: MAUI. H. A. BALDWIN. GEORGE WILBUR. FRANK BALDWIN. LOUIS VON TEMPSKY, captain. Sub. WORTH AIKEN. HAWAII. DR. IRWIN. KUNAt,iJ iiuninhuyt. C. N. PROUTY, captain. TED GUARD. Sub. RALPH BALDING. (Position not yet known.) KAUAI. 1. Chas. A. RICE, captain. 2. A. H. RICE. P. MALINA. S. MALINA. - OAHU. A. F. JUDD. R. W. SHINGLE. W. F. DILLINGHAM, capt. C. S. DOLE. Sub. GEO. POTTER. The officers of the game will be: Umpires Fred Damon and Geo. Angus. Referee Allan Dunn. Timekeeper Rev. John P. Erd man. Linesmen Harold Castle, Geo. Ii Brown, Walter Mncfarlane and Cushmau Carter. G. P. Wilder is master of the horses with R. W. Atkinson as his assistant. Masters of the Field Prince Jonah Kuliio Kalauianaolc and C. W. Dickey. 3. 4' 1. 2. , INDICTED OFFICIALS. Urnul Jury Returns Dills Against J. II. Doyil Hiid Den. Wright. James II. Boyd, Superintendent of Public Works, stands 'indicted for the embezzlement of Territorial moneys, to the aggregate value of 53.95- Of this total $1,700 is al leged to have been taken by Boyd three years ago, when he was Chief Clerk of he- Interior Department. Benjamin H. Wright, Chief Clerk of the Department of Public Works, is under indictment for em bezzling $8,271.63 of Territorial funds. At eleven minutes to 12 o'clock today the Grand Jury appeared in a body before Judge DeBolt, pre siding at the November term of the First Circuit Court, and by their foreman, James Gordon Spencer, presented true bills of indictment against James H. Boyd and Ben jamin H. Wright for embezzlement of public moneys. There are three indictments against the Superintendent ot Pub lic Works, who is designated as "James H. Boyd, whose full name is to the Grand Jurors unknown." In one bill it is charged tfiat, on the 12th day of May, 1901, he con verted a thing of value to the amount of $50, of the money and property of the Territory of Hawaii, feloniously and fraudulently to his own use and benefit; also that he similarly on the 25th day of June, 1 901, embezzled $500 of the money and property of the Territory. Another bill charges Boyd, while First Assistant Clerk of the De partment of the Interior, of the then Republic of Hawaii, with, on the 7U1 day of July, 1899, embezzling certain money of the said Republic to the amount of $1,700. Still another bill charges that Boyd, as Superintendent of Public Works, on March 27, 1902, embez zled money of the value of $50; also that on June 18, 1902, he "feloni ously did embezzle and fraudulently convert and dispose of to his own use and benefit, without the con sent and against the will of the said Territgry of Hawaii, certain -Kruie amount anu o: tuc aggregate value of $1,650. Benjaman Haywood Wright is charged with having, while Chief Clerk of the Department of Public Works and Clerk of Market, em bezzled money belonging to the Territory of Hawaii amounting to $3,289.53; also, on the 6th day of September, 1902, and during six months thereto preceding, with having embezzled money belonging to the Territory of the aggregate value of $4,982.10. Bulletin. ainninifntntnniimntmmmwmmmnnimitmmfflmw Kmvdidkcakiia "SflRf?" 53 Volcano Mineral Water Bottled at the Springs at Puna By II. L. WILLIAMS & Company This Water is taken from the famous Volcanic Springs situated in the District of Puna, Island of Hawaii. For years it has been used by people living on the Islands as a cure for Kidney troubles. Government Analysis I'er Ornliii per Cent. U. S. Callon Solids 0.1880 110.92 . Chlorine .. .. 0.0860 50.74 Sulphuric Acid 0.0133 7M - Lime 0.0055 3-24 Magnesia .. .. 0.0066 3.89 Silica 0.0065 3-84 Chlorine calculated "as salt .. .. 83.6 Edmund C. Shoricy, U. S. Chemist. . We have made arrangements with II. Hack--feld & Co., of Hilo, to act as our dis tributing agents exclusively. Send all orders to H. Hackfeld & Co. HILO, HAWAII, AGENTS TERMS: One Case of IOO Bottles (Pints) $8.50 Ono Case of 50 Bottlos (Pints) $4.26 A rebate of One Dollnr will be made upon the return of shipping case nud 100 bottles. iiiutiiiiiiiiitiiimmiiiiiimiimmiiiiuiiiiniuiuiuuuimS- j Sewing Machines, r 4 Rented, Repaired, Leased or Sold on Easy Payments THfi DELINEATOR, 51.00 per year Butterick's Fashions Free KButterick Patterns and Publications UAl'll) TKANSIT. Japan Can Uo From New York to hi Fourteen Days, New York, Nov. 8. The Pacific Mail Steamship Company announc ed today that on nccount of the 1 speed attained by its new liner the 1 Korea, it could now transport pas isengers from New York to Yoko j hama in fourteen days. The Korea arrived at San Francisco on October 1 28th, ten days after leaving Yoko hama. This is four days less than the previous best time and is be lieved to make a new era in both passenger and freight traffic on the Pacific ocean. The trip was made over the direct route, which is 4,700 miles long, making an average daily run of 470 mi'es. The Korea and Siberia, a sister ship which is under construction at Newport News, are the biggest ships ever built in America. They arc larger than the Atlantic liners St. Paul and St. Louis, being 550 feet between perpendiculars, with a displacement of 18,000 tons. IMIESIDENT ON ELECTION. Says Next Contest Doponds 011 Leg. Islutlou or New Concrcss. Washington, Nov. 7. "The peo ple have given the Republican party a chance to make good," said President Roosevelt to a Western visitor this morning. The remark was in reply to an effusive declaration that Roosevelt's own individuality was responsible for the victory on Tuesday. Con tinuing, the President said he did not delude himself with the impres sion that 'the result of the election meant that he would be re-elected two years from now, or at that time there would be another vote of con fidence in the Republican party. He said that the result of the next election depended entirely upon what was done at Washington be tween mow and that time, and not what has been promised before the recent election. The President vigorously stated that he was convinced that there would be a reaction against the Republican party if the country HOSES & RAYflOND sole agents for the Island of Hawaii for THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO, Telephone, 178 HILO, HAWAII YOU OiVJV BXJY WORLDS EAMOUS AFTISTS INDORSE ulMljiWiHInn' Rmr THE STORY&ClABKPlANO For Cash or Time Payments BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu ES1" He mentioned the fact that the prices of commodities had risen more rapidly than the price of labor, and it would be the business of the Government to reduce the first without lowering the second. He saut mat it iui not make so much political difference what kind of laws were passed or what was attempted as it did whether results were secured. COLD in the head. Sure signs of Grip. Crip Tablets 25 cents box. PAINS all over. 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