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J. D. KENNEDY j
j WATCHES
I CLOCKS I
I JEWELRY l!
7 F.lcganl Line of
I New Gut Glass
ST Fine Watch mul Clock Repair-
S ing Solicited.
5 Satisfaction Guaranteed.
SPRECKELS' BLOCK 5
S: Front Street, Hilo. 3
;Iimmmmmmimiimmiik
Hilo Saloon'
KING- STREET.
'Enterprise Lager Beer
On Draught, Ice Cold,
10 Cents a Glass : :
The Finest of
Liquors,
Beers, .
Wines, and
Cordials
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,.
Manager.
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and Front Streets.
Dealers in Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
Goods.
RATTAN FURNITURE.
UNION
SALOON
Shimian Stkhht
First Class
LIQUORS
WINES AND
CORDIALS
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drinks
Concocted hy
KXPRKIHNCKD MlXOLOOISTS
The Celehrated
Enterprise Beer
. ' On Draught.
Two Glasses for 35 els.
J. C. SERRAO,
Proprietor.
Ti'.i.ui'iiONit 1 17
BAY CITY
SODA WORKS
will deliver lo you
AERATED WATERS
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsaparilla, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
Nl'.KOI) I). Ca.mkra. Mc.h.
Hilo, Hawaii
Walaniiemie St., near Pitman
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Be Strong
Whv not Ito strom?'
Why not hate
n good ujijiot Ito ami n pood digestion?
Why not fuel well and hearty all tlio
il uiiiiotlto ami n good digestion?
time' Yon can just us well havo it
your own way ns not, for there. Is
strength, vitulil. power, and good
health In every liottlj ot Ayer's Sarsa
parilla. Always keep it on hand.
Here are tlm nnrcls anil tlio pliotncraph of
Mr K: II, An lnr.Df Iliili.irl,TainjnlJ.
" I often find mjself vc.ik, ultlinut nipr
tltc, nml my u liolo ) Mom nil rtmilmui. My
IiIikuI ets lmpuromiil 1 liao linlls mill erup
tions. Then Ittlwa) uo Ajer'ii K;imaiarllla,
for it makes my IiIchkI puro nml rich, gles mo
strength nml vitality, nud brace mo up
wonderful!) ."
AYER'S
Sarsaparilla
Tucro aro many Imlution " SaraaparllUs."
lie turo you get Ayer'i.
Keep Ayer'a rills on hand and quickly cor
rect any tendency to constipation. It' an
caay way to prevent alckneas.
Prepircd by Dr. J.C. Ayir 4 Co., Uwill, Mm., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY;
KEYSTONE
SALOON
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a driuk call
at the KEYSTONE, comer
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
WINES
LIQUORS
BEERS
i
always on hand.
Tolophono IO
W. DOWNER
Proprietor.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
Lights Installed
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters.
A complete block of
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES
Fan Motors at reduced price. , Fixtures
Shades, Table, lied and Desk Lamps
etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machlno Motor 20
j I Power for operating them Ji a month
I
Just received, new slock of Shades ol
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
and Fan Motors.
Ustimates fiiruibhcd on all classes ol
IClectrlcal Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
re. wery
Stone Mason and llrick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
Boiler Setting
a Specialty. . .
Mil !Pmm
IS,,, YMU
111! JM
E. WERY
- .- Hawaii
Hilo,
KHIIIT IIOtIK ii.UY.
I May Hrtitlrn (Jencral Itorlslon of
Appropriation.
Honolulu, May 2. A spectre
arose in the Senate this morning
and almost created a panic for a
1 tune, until a tew reassuring legal
I opinions were given.
The spectre was the eight hour
' law passed at the regular session.
Senator Achi announced that it
would be necessary to increase the
appropriation for salaries of the
police fifty per cent because of the
' eight hour law, because how the
, police stood twelve hour watches
but under the eight hour law could
not be requ red to, so that it would
require fifty per cent more men.
Senator Isenbcrg immediately
declared that he didn't believe the
j eight hour law applied. Senator
Achi said the governor thought it
1 did and had called his attention to
it whereupon he had re-read the
I law and was convinced that it did.
I frtcf rC lir cnlinlnrc tlinlMTllt It
could not possibly apply to the
police department, because it was
never intended to apply to the po
lice, until Senator Isenberg got a
copy of the law and read the sec
tion in question which is section
two of an act entitled an Act to
regulate the employment of labor
on the public works of this terri
tory, and is as follows:
"Eight hours of actual service
shall constitute a day's labor for all
inhcliaiiics, clerks, laborers and
other employees employed upon
any public works or in any public
office of this Territory , or any poli
tical sub-division thereof, whether
the work is done by contract or
otherwise. Provided, however,
that the full eicht hours shall not
apply to Saturdays or any holi
days." Then most of the Senators
thought it did apply, until Senator
Dickey analyzing the language of
the section reached the conclusion
that as the police were not employed
on public.works and did not work
in an office but out under the blue
canopy of heaven, they were not
included. President Crabbe ven
tured the opinion that Dickey was
the only lawyer that would construe
the language in that way.
Senator McCaudless thought that'
the duties of the police were of
such a character that they would
come under the exception in favor
of emergencies.
Senator Isenberg who had been
out making a hank movement on
the spectre brought back word that
the police themselves had con
structed the law as to include them,
and had given the high sheriff inti
mation of their construction of the
statute. He nlso said that the At
torney General held that the law
did not include the police depart
ment. Dickey triumphantly called the
attention of President Crabbe to
this fact as proving that there was
at least one other lawyer who
agreed with him in his construction
of the law.
Finally all the items of the police
department in the bill under con
sideration were referred to thejudi
ciary committee to get the opinion
or the Attorney General and the
Justices of the Supreme Court on
the construction of this statute.
Colorado (Jreots Hoosovelt.
Denver, Colo., May 4. Presi
dent Roosevelt has been given an
uproarious reception by the people
of Colorado from the time his train
first came within the borders of the
State. Crowds have assembled at
every station and all along the
route small gatherings cheered the
passing Chief Kxecutive. The re
ception at Denver was especially
gratifying.
Manehuilan Situation.
Washington, D. C, May 4. The
correspondence of the State Depart
ment with the Russian officials has
served to relieve the tension exist
ing since Russia made its radical
demands upon China for cession of
Manchuria. The statement was
given out today that the situation
is very much improved.
ISremeu, Germany, May 9. All
the Uremen shipyards have been
closed down 011 nccoilnt of labor
troubles.
I'KJUtl. IIAHIIOlt LAM) OAHKS.
Derided In the Court of Appeals nt
San Francisco.
San Francisco. Cal., May 4. To
Assistant District Attorney Dunne,
Honolulu: Honolulu plantation
judgment reversed. Error admit
ting testimony capacity mill and
pumping plant, and, specially, value
tract to plantation. Remanded new
trial. Jury trial upheld. Ross,
judge. Have notified Department.
License case appeal dismissed, lack
of jurisdiction 011 constitutional
questions. 1'OND.
Two decisions have thus been
rendered by the Ninth Circuit Court
of Appeals upon judgments in the
United States District Court for the
District of Hawaii. Assistant Dis
trict Attorney J. J. Dunne received
the information by cable from Cap
tain Pond, U. S. N., this morning.
Judgment for $102,000 and odd
in the condemnation suit against
Honolulu Plantation Company, for
land required for the Pearl Harbor
Naval Station, is reversed by the
appellate court and a new jury trial
ordered. This is the first adverse
decision Judge Estcc has sustained
in his nearly three years of presid
ing over the Federal Court. It
comes from his having yielded to
the importunity of counsel for the
defendant in admitting certain tes
timony. ' In the case of the Primo beer
license law, the appeal from Judge
Estee's decision making the law
void is dismissed. Mr. Dunne con
siders the wording of the cablegram
relative to this case as somewhat
ambiguous, but takes it to mean
that the judgment of the trial court
is affirmed. It makes little differ
ence now to the public, since the
Legislature has passed a new beer
license law without the provisions
that Judge Estee found invalidated
the tormer one. 1 he suit was
brought by the general liquor inter
ests against Treasurer W. H.
Wright, to restrain him from issu
ing Primo beer licenses.
Mr. Dunne represented, the
United States in the land, condem
nation case and the plaintiffs in the
beer case, assisted in the latter by
Robertson & Wilder. Hatch & Sil
liman were attorneys for the de
fendants in both cases.
Mr. Sillimau understands the
words of the cablegram differently
to Mr. Dunne's interpretation. He
says that as the appeal did not raise
the question of jurisdiction of the
appellate court, but of the trial
court, the decision probably dis
misses the bill and leaves the beer
law as it stood before the proceed
ings began.
Investigate City L'ostolllces.
Washington, D. C, May 6. The
exposures following the Postoffice
Department headquarters in Wash
ington have been of such a far
reaching and serious nature that
Postmaster General Payne has
taken steps for investigating the
administration of the postoffices in
all the chief cities of the country.
The postoffice ring that was smoked
out in Washington has made the
large offices the special object of its
graft. It is the intention of Mr.
Payne, backed up by the President
to ferret out every member of the
ring and place the Department
above suspicion.
Kusslun Ships Appear.
Yokohama, May 5. Reports
have been received here of the
presence at the mouth of the Yalu
river, in Korea, of several Russian
warships. This 'new phase of the
situation in the north has caused
great anxiety here.
Causo, Nova Scotia, May 6.
The schooner Gloriana was wrecked
today off the Nova Scotia coast.
The captain of the vessel and four
teen of the crew were lost.
Cosumption which is the most
dangerous and fatal disease, has as
its first indication a persistent
cough, and if properly treated as
soon as this cough appears is easily
cured. Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy has proven wonderfully suc
cessful, and gained its wide reputa
tion nnd extensive sale by its suc
cess in curing the diseases which
cause coughing. It always cures
and cures quickly. The Hilo Drug
Store sells it.
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This Is the only line of stages making regular.trlps lietwecn Kau and Hilo and
taking in the Volcano of Kllauca.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo nt
7:00 a. in. are landed In either Pnhala or Houtiapo the miiic evening.
Through connections with the steamers Klnaii and Mauna Loa are mode IkjUi on"
arrival and departure.
STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
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A.M.
7:00
7:30
8.30
11:30
P. M.
13:15
5 :oo
6:00
7:00
P. M.
3:00
3:30
4:30
7:3?
Wed.
A.M.
5:00
10:30
P. M.
12:30
A.M.
7:00
7:30
8:30
11:30
Fri.
A.M.
6:00
1 1. "DO
P. M.
3io
3:30
4:30
7:30
Sun.
A. M.
5:00
10:30
P. M.
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STATIONS
I lv.. Volcano Stablcs..nr
Hlto.
)lv Walakca ar
Hilo K. It. Depot.
ar Mountain View lv
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2:00
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"Connecting with Mauna I.oa. fjOn arrival of Mauna I.oa
TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
Arrives Honuapo
Thursday April 9
Sunday April 19
Thursday April 30
Sunday May 10
Thursday May 31
Sunday May 31
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE:
Uvery Day
Except
Friday.
Friday
A.M.
8:00
9:00
10:15
11:50
12:00
1:00
1:30
3:15
3:00
Mou. and
Wed.
P. M.
3:00
4:00
5:00
6:00
7:00
Tucs.'and
Frl.
A.M.
7:00
8M5
3;oo
4:00
A.M.
4:30
5:30
6:45
7:30
8:30
9:30
10:00
10:45
11:30
lv Volcano Stables ar
ar Papatkou
ar Pepcekeo
ar Ilonomu
ar Hakalau
ar iionoiilna
ar waikamalo
ar Fnpaaloa
ar l.aupaliocuoe
12:30
1:30
2:30
3:30
4:30
lv Laupahoehoe, ar
ar uoicaia
ar Kukaiau
ar Paauilo
ar Houokaa
iv iionokaa
ar Kukuihaele
ar....Waimea(KaniueIa) ar
ar Kawaluae
When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to land at I.aupahoehoe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo is changed to 4:00 a.m. on Thursday morning, and
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Honokaa will he held to connect with it.
On Mondays following the nrrival of the Mauna I.oa in Honuapo.ou Sundays, the
leaving time of the stage for Laupalioehoe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. m., and
the Honokaa stage is held at Laupahoehoe to connect with it.
Aside from carrying of express matter and passengers these stages carry U. S.
Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections.
C. E. WRICHT, Manager.
tCm, T"FWTr 2 TVTVr
f r r
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfv the most
fastidious wearer 0 clothes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now arriving. Nearly all the Spring Patterns will he found
exclusively at Leumauu's.
Call and Look at the Goods
J C LEHMANN,
HILO WINE ANC
LIOUOR COMPANY
J. 8. CANARIO, Manager.
Europoan Wines
European Brandies
European Champagnes
Scotch Whiskey
American Whlakoy
in cases and bulk
California Wines
in cases and hulk
' Holland Gins, Assorted
BEERS
Schlitz
Lemps
Enterprise
ENGLISH, ALES AND PORTER
LIQUERS
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P. M.
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Leaves Honuapo
Sunday .... April 13
Wednesday April 33
Sunday May. 3
Wednesday a May 13
Sunday May 34
Wednesday June 3
Wedn'sd'y
P.M.
Other days
P. M.
3:00
2:00
1:00
12:15
A.M.
11:30
10:30
10:00
9:15
8:oo
P. M.
4:30
3:30
2:30
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10:30
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