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;. a your next Sunday Dinner drop D. in at Demosthenes Cafe A Carload of Monuments Just deceived Ex S. $. Nebraskan Direct from New York City. Consisting of the latest designs in Scotch and American Granite, American Italian Marble. Executed by skilled artists. No two designs being alike. Ranging in price from $5.00 to $11,500. Photographs will be sent to would be pur chasers on application to J. C. AXTELL j P. O. Box 542, HONOLULU, T. H. Office and Works 1048 and 1050 Alakea St., bet King and Hotel Sts. Several designs of Hawaiian stone iu stock. Enterprise Planing Mill Company. GKO. MUMIJY, Mgr. Front St., Planing, Mouloiug, Scroll Work and nil kinds of Turned Work, Window Frames, etc WATER. TANKS A SPECIALTY. Store Fittings, Counters, etc., made made as good ns new, nt easy rates. Manufacturer of School Scats, Church SOME FAMOUS BRANDS "SOLACE" WHISKEY Is something that every good citizen should have home. The Wines OF ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY, HAVF, ORTAINF.D THIS GOLD MEDALS IN ALL EXHIBITIONS Against All Other California Wines. TO HH OnTAINKD ONLY AT TII1C HILO WINE AND LIQUOR COHPANY HILO, - - - HAWAII THE HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., Ltd. SPECIAL FERTILIZER For Cane, Vegetable and Banana Fields. Soil Analysis Made nnd 1'ertilUer Furnished Suitable to Soil, Climate and Crop FOR THE LAND'S SAKE Sulphato of Ammonium Bono Moal Sulphato of Potash Fertilisers for sale in large or small Special Ol'FICF. : Urewer lllock, Queen Street 1'. O. 110X 767, I, 11. ATIIHRTON, President. J.' P. COOKIv. Secretary. GKO. II. ROHKRTSON, ) li. 1). TKNNKY, Directors, K. F. 11ISHOI', ) 1 1 IS1NT t NI'.XCIU.LI'.U, service un Mtrpn'wed.ninlngRooni mid llootli fur iiUhings the finest to l)c found iu the iinuniinn Islands, n fifty cent meal tbat ba$ no equal MNNKR PARTI HS. IlMiquets mid Kjppers served under tiic supervision oi the proprietor, either nt the restau rant or nt private residences, CIIAMPAGNKS mid fine Tnhle Wines; C ird Room, KemHtiy Room and linnet. Cycurgus manager Ulaianuenue $t. fillo in rear of Hilo Mercantile Co's Huilding Household and nil kinds or Furniture, to order. Cross-cut Saws re-toothed and Pews, and Redwood Guttcia, all sizes TRY THK" "OLD VALLEY WHISKEY Which gained the Gold Medal at Paris, 1900, and "THE BERK SHIRE RYE" and Brandies THK CALIFORNIA USE OUR FERTILIZERS I jl 1 Nitrato of Soda H. C. Phosphates Ground Coral quantities. 1'ertilise your lawns with our iwu Fertilizer. FACTORY : lleyoud -Prison HONOLULU C. M, COOKK. Vice-President. GI0. R,,CARTKR, Treasurer and Mauag J. T. CRAWLKY, Superiuteiideiit and Chemist, ((.Vlllt HqiJllKKlt. May Ynl Hiiro to lllpciisi' With 11 1 if Wlinrr IlemH. Honolulu, May 19. The various delegations of representatives from the various islands arc just now iu the midst of work on the division of the pro ratas allowed them under the Loan 1)111 and with the excep tion of Maui and Kuuai, theytare not having a very happy time. The members from Odhu are the ones who have the knottiest prob lem before them on account of the excess of the total appropriations in the bill over the pro rata allowed them. The plan of the Oahu men is to meet with the Senators this after noon and to arrive at some basis of settlement. A great many of the appropriations will have to be shaved down, and it is said that the $400,000 for the building of new wharves, will go by the board. The majority of the representatives fail to see the necessity for so many new wharves during the next two yeais. They are wilting to appro priate some money for this purpose, but arc more inclined to put what money they have for harbor pur poses into the work of dredging. The item of $150,000 for an underground conduit for telephone wires, etc., is another item that may possibly be cut out. Taking into consideration the necessity of providing for more important things such as the repair of roads and bridges and the building of new school houses to supply the ever increasing demand, the members feel that this item can well be left out for another two years. If the two items mentioned arc stricken from the bill, it would do a great deal toward solving the problem. It is very likely that the Oahu members will have some trouble before coming to a settlement, this on account of the wide diversity of opinion expressed by them. The Maui representatives have about finished their work, and, al though they have not come together with the Senators from that island iu actual caucus still they have had an understanding and it is pretty certain that what the Representa tives agree on, the Senators will uphold. The pro rata figured out for Maui is $184,651.58 and the total of the appropriations in the Loan Bill, $171,050. This leaves a margin of $13,601.58 to the good. However, the Maui members have found it necessary to strike out some items and cut out others in order to get i'1 a $35ioo appropriation for a county building to be put up in Wailuku. The Maui men have still another plan for cutting down the total ap propriations. It is to transfer the the item of $50,000 for the building of the Nahiku road to the Terri torial list. One of the Representa tives said this morning: "I do not sue why we should be saddled with this amount. Had it not been for the passage of the County Act, the Territory would have built the road anyway. Maui has helped Hawaii, Oahu and Kauai build their best roads, and there is no reason why the three should not now assist Maui to build this. This Nahiku road would complete the belt around the Island of Maui. That the Maui men have been forehanded is testified to by the fact that plans for the county building have already been prepared. The idea is an excellent one and when the building is erected, it will be one of the finest in the country. The county officers will occupy the whole of the lower floor. The upper floor will be used for the various courts and in one cud will be a large room for the County Supervisors. Not only have the Maui men had their building plans made but they are already figuring on the men who arc to occupy the rooms. James N. K. Keola is mentioned for the County Clerkship. Hawaii has done nothing yet. Kast Hawaii representatives will meet this afternoon with the Sena tors from the whole Islands without ( reference to counties, and when they have completed their work, the West Hawaii members will meet the Senators. Kast Hawaii is al lowed $223,203.12 according to the pro rata nnd the total of appropria tions made iu the Loan Dill is $241, 200, so that there will have to be a cut of $18,097.12 somewhere. The West Hawaii pro rata allowance is $87,294.88 and the total .of appro priations made in the bill, $1 12,000, making a cut of $24,705.12 ncces-' sary. Kauai has done nothing yet. In fact, the members from that Island have nothing whatever to worry about. Their pro rata allowance is $148,949,60 and the total appropria tions asked for $67,400, leaving a surplus of $81,549.60 to be expend ed iu whatsoever way it sees fit. It is likely that Kauai will take all that is coming to her. The members of the House all feel confident that they will be able to make a full report tomorrow and send the Loan Bill on its way. llulicnrln's Now Cabinet. Sofia, May 19. A new cabinet has been formed by the Stambulofl party with Petroff as Premier. It will seek the friendship of the powers. The forming of d cabinet in Bul garia by the StambulofFparty means that another strong factor has been brought into the Balkan troubles. The new party is anti-Russian. Thus it is that they immediately appeal to the powers to help Bul garia to a firmer position. The StambulofT party is composed of the former followers of Stepan Stambu lofT, who was the greatest states man Bulgaria ever produced, and who was for sixteen years Prime Minister. Under his rule Russia had but little influence iu the Bal kans. He was assassinated iu 1895 and it was claimed that Russia was "interested." Russia immediately became a strong factor iu Bulgarian and Balkan matters. StambulofT was cruel, tyrannical and vindica tive, but he was honest, patriotic and unselfish iu his devotion to his country and to his people, and the Russian sympathizers in Bulgaria were said to be responsible for his death. Since his death it has been said that the Russian agent at Sofia has been more powerful than the reigning Prince Ferdinand. - Hoodoo After Yacht. New York, May 19. The yacht Constitution was badly damaged while being drydocked, owing to the breaking of the props. The yacht Constitution was built by the Herreshofls iu 1901 and was intended as a cup defender. She failed to prove herself faster than the Columbia, and the latter craft was chosen to defeat the Shamrock II. The vessel cost a mint of money, and her failure to defeat the Columbia in the trial races of 1901 caused keen disappointment to her owners. This year, and in fact since 1901, the yacht has been kept in the best of condition iu the hope that she might prove fastc'r and by defeating both the old Col umbia and the new Reliance have a chance to make the contest against Liptou's Shamrock III iu the race for America's cup. She was to have had trial races off Sandy Hook and iu Long Island Sound against the Reliance this mouth, and had been put iu the dry dock I at New York for cleaning prepara tory to entering these. .... Reno, Nevada, May 19. Presi dent Roosevelt's stay iu Reno has been particularly pleasant. He was met at the State line by the r Governor and prominent officials ' of the State. The Presidential party I leaves tonight for Sacramento. i Timk and Monky. Sickness causes a loss of both time and money. You lose the time and have the expense of medical atten dance, entailing a double loss. This can be avoided by using some re liable remedy at the first stage of the sickness. The purchase of a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol era and Diarrhoea Remedy often proves a profitable investment, for, by its use at the first appearance of of any unusal looseness of the bow els, a severe attack or' diarrhoea or dysentery may be averted, that might otherwise compel a week's cessation from labor. Kvcry house hold should huve a bottle at hand. It never fails and is pleasant to take. Get it to day. It may save a life. The Hilo Drug Sore sells it. NEW DRESS MATERIALS WHITE AND COLORED LINENS BORDERED CHAMDRAYS WHITE NUNS' VEILINC WHITE ET AMINES ' WHITE MOHAIRS SINGLE DRESS LENCTHS OF ETAMINES IN COLORS AN ENTIRELY NEW LINE RIBBONS IN THE NEW SOFT TAFFETAS AND LIBERTY SATINS-AM, COLORS ALSO A FKW NOVELTIES IN FANCY RIBBONS SOLE AGENCY FOR HORNER'S BUTTER 80c A ROLL L. TURNER CO. LIMITED Band made Saddles and Rarncss CARRIAGE TRIMMING. - RICHARDS & SCHOEN, Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I 4'-' VLv !T" W Koa! KoaU Koa Lumber in small and large qimnti ties; well seasoned. Furniture made to order, any style wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol furniture. Prices moderate. Sorrao Cabinet Shop. Apply to JOSK G. SHRRAO. sm VEGETABLE FLOWER FARM and TREE Semi for 1903 Catalogue. TRUMBULL & BEEBE 410-421 Sansomo St. San Francisco. 25-2111 OF AT - When Yov Get a cool, refreshing drink you don't always stop to think ol its wholesomeness that's proper ly attended to in Rainier Beer Whether you want wholesome ness or good flavor, you get more in this drink than In any other, no exceptions Rainier Bottling Works Honolulu, Agents J Waipkea Boat House R. A. LUCAS & CO., l'rop'rs. WAIAKRA BRIDGE, 1111,0 HAVIS NOW A VhlU'.T OF Gasoline Launches and Small Boats I'OR PUIILIC IIIRK Passengers and baggage taken to and from vessels iu the harbor at reasonable rates. Launches and rowboats to hire lor private picnics and moonlight rides. RING UP ON TELEPHONE AGKNi'S FOR Wolverine Gasoline Engine Self-starter and reversible engine. Iu practicability it is equal to the steam en gine. Sizes from li h. p. upwards, lloats fitted with this engine or frames ot any sUe to order. For particulars apply to R. A. LUCAS, Manoger.