When vour vitality Is low, sou are
miserable nil tlio tlmo. Your nerves
aro wenk ami your lIotlt ! lor
You liavo no ambition, utui S"" rt'
languid and dopresscd all tho time.
snHmniHW!Himwin?g All Run Down
I J. D. KENNEDY ;
I CLOCKS !
j Klegnut Line of X3
1 Hew Cut Glass 1
.south I'ou: iiv s nut.
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S Sntisfactiou Ouarantccd - ,
S: Front Street, Hilo. ;
Enterprise Lager Beer I
On Draught, Ice Cold,
io Cents a Glass : : :
The Finest of
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11 8afii Wf ' f tiP3
What you nccil In a rikhI strum tonu
ilccrilioU liy Mm. It. Austin, of Wclliiigio ,
Now Zealand. She sends tier jiliotugraiili and
.i) s :
" I win K weak nnd tired nil tlio time tliat 1
could not sleep nt nlfi'i.t. Or, If 1 did sleep, 1
was as tired in tlio inumlng as wlx-n I went to
lied. I as nil run down. It' n tried Ajer's
Harsaparllla. After taking two Utttlr I found
myself greatly hnprmed.nnd soon Iw-imiiiii-lilctoly
restored to heilth. I think It Is a
great family iiicdltlnc."
Tnlfcs of Itlt Sledge Trip (her
Floes in South Sons.
"When we were within two
I hundred miles of the South Pole
i we were compelled to turn back and
return to our ship, the Discovery,"
I said Lieutenant Shacklctou, It. N.,
yesterday as he stood on the hurri
cane deck of the Ventura, talking
i to an Advertiser reporter.
The officer, n splendid, ruddy
faced Britisher, made his statement
mildlv, without emphasis, and
much as if he had said he had mere
ly taken a trip to Diamond Head.
' The officer was one of three who
volunteered to take a sledge journey
from the Discovery, four hundred
and fifty miles from the South Pole,
and endeavor to get as close to the
mysterious center of the Antarctic
region as possible. The hardships
of that journey of ninety-four days
last to a stop and there decided to
return to the ship.
l, ! The scurvy attacked them fiercely
i and the disease Had made sucli in
roads that it seemed at times as if
it would win the victory, but all
three were men of great endurance, j
and ninety-four days from the time
they set out on the perilous journey,
they were back on the ship. Lieu
tenant Shacklctou was in a bad
condition, and when the relief ship
came he was placed on board at
At Moderate Prices.
J. S. Canario,
HOP WARN CO.
Cor. King and I'ront Streets.
Dealers la Dry Goods,
Japanese and Chinese
There are, many imitation ' SarsaparHlas."
Ho suro jou get Ajer's.
You will Improve faster hy using Ajer's
l'llls with tho Harsaparlll.1. Take Just enough
each night to have ono good, frcs movement
of tlio bowels tho day following.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ajtti. Co., Lowell, Mils., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Draught Boor IO Conts
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
AX OFFICIAL'S ADVKXTCHK.
Or How nit Old Custom Is Unforced
nt L'uunmuTiiii Hill.
Guy Gere is a man of nerve.
He has learned tile limit of his
nerve, however, and has displayed
that rare quality of knowing how
to surrender gracefully when con
fronted by u superior force.
Volcano Stables & Trans. Co.
TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES.
This is the only line of stages making regularjtrlps between Kan nnd Hilo and
taking in the Volcano of Kllanea.
On Thursday and every alternate Tuesday passengers or express leaving Hilo at
7:00 a. in. are landed In cither I'ahala or Honuapo the same evening.
Through connectioni with the steamers Kimui and Mauna l.oa are made both 011
arrival ami departure.
STACES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU
Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stages :
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a ( y
3 8 8.
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fr flnro nrrnmnnninrl It 1?
were of a nature which the lieuten-, R:char(1S( made a tour of thc Isl'atld
ant, who is only twenty-eight years
of age, desires to forget.. It was
because of these hardships that he
was brought to Australia on the
relief ship Morning to undergo
medical treatment. As he stood on
the deck of the Ventura yesterday
he seemed not to bear a tract of the
terrible journey. He said he was
in splendid health, and that he was
on his way to London to report
officially on the voyage to the Ad
miralty. Lieutenant Shacklctou gave the
story of the voyage only after per
sistent questioning. The Discovery,
which was V built at Dundee, is
probably the finest ship ever con- J guIsllcd visitors.
last week, and in the course of their
travels called at Eben Low's ranch,
as all wise travelers do.
From time immemorial, custom
has enforced one hard and fast rule
upon all who put their feet under the
mahogany at Pttuwaawaa. Starched
collars are tabu. Laundered neck
gear must be left at the outer gate,
or be hidden in boot tops with the
cleverness of a customs evading
globe trotter. Otherwise the para
phernalia will be claimed as a
trophy to be nailed on the wall and
labelled, alongside numerous other
linen and paper collars that have
been torn from necks of distill-
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Mountain View lv
Volcano House lv
Connecting with Mauna Ion.
TIME TABLE OF
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On arrival of Mauna I.o.i.
STEAMER MAUNA LOA:
At Moderate Prices.
Mixkd and Fancy Drin'ks
Two Glasses for 25 cts.
structed for arctic exploration. On
the southern voyage she carried
three year's supply of food. She is
a bark-rigged vessel, and measures
172 feet in length. Her walls, of
solid oak, are between eight and
nine inches thick forward. The
bow is covered with steel plate
while the sheer of the bow is de
signed with special reference lo an
encounter with the pack. The ves
sel' has auxiliary engines, and is
good for eight knots under steam
alone. She is provided with an
asbestos lining an inch and a half
thick, and she carries an awning of
heavy felt to be stretched over her
entire deck when in winter quarters.
There is a room on her deck which
was used in the far south for mag
netic observations, and this was
shielded from the influence of steel
and iron for a distance of thirty
feet by the use of brass. Twenty
dogs, carefully selected in Russia,
were taken along, but none of them
survived the hardships of the sledge
journey in which Lieutenant
The Discovery was commanded
by Captain R. F. Scott, a torpedo
lieutenant in the Naval Service.
Thursday April 9 I Sunday April 12
Sunday April 19 Wednesday April 22
Thursday April 30 Sunday May 3
bundayr. May 10 Wednesday Mny 13
Thursday , May 21 Sunday May 24
Sunday..... May 31 Wednesday June 3
Time Table of Volcano Stables Stage for
LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE
Hilo Electric Lisrfit Co., Ltd.ireluc,m,uShack,etonwasassiBed
0 I to the vessel as physicist and astro-
J. C. SERRAO,
ii 117 B
Mouses Wired and
In accordance with thc rules of the Na
tioual Hoard of Pire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Pan Motors nt reduced price. Fixtures
Shades, Table, Jled and Desk Lamps
1 etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $15
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them $i n mouth
Just received, new stock of Shades ol
various patterns. Also Sewing Machine
and Pan Motorx.
Estimates furnished on all classes oi
Electrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
SODA WORKS ,wry
will deliver to you
of all flavors
Lemon, Cream, Ginger Ale,
Sarsapariila, Pineapple, Or
ange, Strawbeiry, etc., etc.
Ni'.uoii I). Cam Kit a. Men.
Wn In line 11 ue St., near Pitman
Stone Mason nnd Ilrick Layer
is ready to take contracts for work
in any part of the Island
a Specialty. . .
nomer. rue instructions to cap
tain Scott were to explore the ice
barrier of Ross, and to look for the
J land which he believed 'existed east
of it. This barrier lies east of the
immense recess in the coast of the
Antarctic continent, south of New
Zealand. The recess itself was in
vaded by Ross, who found at its
southern extremity two volcanoes,
which he named Erebus and Terror.
On January 30 of this year the
Discovery was within 450 miles of
the South Pole, and it was then de;
cided that n sledge expedition
should be sent forward. Captain
Scot, Lieutenant Shackelton and
another officer formed the party for
this purpose, and the Russian dogs
I were used. They traveled over the
I ice and eventually came to a chain
J of mountains, a ridge running in
the direction of the pole, which
they followed. These mountains
were in the neighborhood of 15,000
feet in height. For about twenty
five days- the party traveled, when
the dogs began to give out. The
extreme cold froze some of them,
J and by the time the party was with
in 240 miles of the pole thc last dog
had sickened and died.
The three men then took the
ropes and hauled their sledge. They
met with hardships continually, and
then began to show signs of sick
ness themselves. They dragged
themselves on until the Captain be
The walls of the lavatory at
Puuwaawaa are decorated with these
linen collars. The collection is a
1 motley one. One or two have done
time, encircling the graceful neck
and clasping the adams apple of
Gov. S. B. Dole. Others have ab
sorbed the perspiration of foolhardy
Honolulu lawyers. A few immacu
late pieces of linen came from the
necks of foolish tourists.
Now, there is one more. It came
originally from sonic fashionable
haberdashy. It is impaled by n
rusty nail and has a greasy dusty
streak down the center. It is a
memento of the visit of Engineer
Guy Gere. It is also a tribute to
Mr. Gere had heard of the cus
tom before he reached the ranch.
He doubted the veracity of his in
formant and rode boldly to the
house, accompanied by Richards,
who always wears a collarless neg
ligee. Gere was permitted to per
form his ablutions. These over he
was asked to appear on the front
lanai, where a council was sitting in
Puuwaawaa Bill was the first to
speak. He referred to the well
known custom and expressed regret
that one so young and fair had
been so foolish as to forget it, or
worse, ignore it. "You are wel
come here, Mr. Gere; we are glad
to see you. But that collar of
yours is doomed. I have ten strong
men who await my bidding to rend
it from your graceful neck. Think
it over," said Puuwaawaa, "and
use your best discretion."
Geie was rattled, but he regained
his equanimity and sent a search
ing glance around the company.
He saw "no quarter" in every eye.
He remembered the cane rush at
college and the hazing scrape, then
with masterful dignity and good
nature took off his collar and
handed it to the boss of "Puuwaa
When it was nailed in its place,
Gere dryly remarked that the dirty
side should have been turned to the
Paris, May 19. Religious dis
turbances occur daily and monks
arc being fined in the courts.
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 and extensive sale by its suc
cess in curing the diseases which
came exhausted. All three were j cause coughing. It always cures
attacked by scurvy. When within
200 miles of thc goal they came at
and cures quickly.
Store sells it.
The Hilo Drug
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ar Papaikou ar
ar Pcpcekco ar
ar 110:1011111 ar
ar Hakalau lv
lv Laupahoelioe ar
ar Ookala , ar
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When the weather is too rough for the Kiuau to land at Laupahoelioe Wednesday
the leaving time of stage from Hilo ischangedto4:ooa.m. on Thursday morniug.nnd
the Wednesday stage from Laupahoelioe to Honokaa will be held tocounect with it:
Oil Mondays followilll! the arrival of the Muuim Lo.i in Ilnminno mi Kiiiulma. tin.
leaving time of the stage for Laupahoelioe from Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and
the Honokna stage is held at Laupahoelioe 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.
O. IvE HVdCAJVIS: 1
THE ARTISTIC TAILOR
Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most
fastidious wearer of clothes. The
Latest in Spring Suitings and Trouserings
Are now nrrivinc. Nearly nil the Spring Patterns will be found
exclusively at Lehmana's.
Call and Look at tho Coods
C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUE ST.
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HILO WINE AND
J. S. CANARIO, Manager. ;
in cases and bulk
in casus and bulk
Holland Gins, Assorted
ENGLISH ALES AND PORTER
Fkont Stkkkt, Nkak Chukcii
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