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n, JV03. 3 - i 4lblUmMJLfciAJHU4kmU Watches anil Jewelry I FIRST BANK OF HILO REPAIRED ALL KINDS.OI' JKWULRV MADK TO ORDl-.R AT M.J.DeGouvea's j Jewelry Store JAS M SHAMANS, the wcll knowll watchmaker Is to be finii(l here, and will turn out nil work in nu-toilate manner AM, WORK OITARANTKKD BRIDGE STREET Opposite 1'cncock & Co., - HILO miimmiwiV'iliW' Tim I'OMTIUS O.N OAlll). for Talked of at Citillil City Olll re. Honolulu. Sent. 1. Supervisors Incorporate. Uml llie M 01 Uie Jolltl Ouderkirk, A. Hocking, Writ. LIMITI'I). Territory CAPITAL, t 200,000. I'EACOCK BLOCK, IIILU. P. I'HCK - Prcslilnit. 0. C. KHNNHtlV Vlce-I'res. JOHN T. MOIK..1111I Vlcc-l'rct. 0. A. HTOIItlt Cmlilcr. A. K. SUTTON Srcrctnry. DIKKCTOKB: J. 8. Cnnarlo, Jolui J. Orace, 1'. 8. t.yninii, II. V. fatten. Win. iNillnr. W. II. 8lilniian. HILO MARKET CO., LIMITED. Telephone No. 39. Bridok St. - Hilo, II. I Pacific Heat Markel Front St., H11.0, H. I I3ruv lSxcliutine on I Honolulu The H.ink of Hnwaii, Ltd. I SanI'kancisco Wells 1'arno & Co.Ilntik I Nkw York Wells l'artfo & Co's Rank. London Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co. Hongkong mid Shanghai Hanking Cor ! poration: Hongkong, China; Shang 1 hai.Chiun; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo, I Japan. I 1 Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora tious, trusts, individuals, nnd will prompt 1 ly and carefully attend to all business con I ncctcil with hanking entrusted to it. ! Sells and purchases Foreign Hxchange, I iss.ies Letters of Credit. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES Rented by the Month 01 Year. Par ticulars on Application. Choice Cuts of Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal. POULTRY of all Kinds FRESH ISLAND BUTTER Flno Fat Turkoys. . Sucking Pigs. THE Hilo Bakeryj Oval Mats Oval Glass Wc have added a Stan Oval and Circle Machine to our Framing Depart ment ... Over one hundred styles of Moulding con stantl' carried in stock Wall, Nichols Co. Limited Waianuonuo Stroot Makes Finest Bread. Fresh Rolls ami Buns always o hand : : : Ice Cream for families Watson Navigation Go. The only Direct Line between San Fran cisco and Hilo, Comprising the following Fast Sailers Welding and Party Cal.cs a SteamBp ENTERPRISE Specialty 1 PLANTERS' LINE OF SAILING VESSELS Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO AND HILO. Hark St. Catharine, Hark Amy Turner, Hark .Martha Davis, Capt. Saunders Capt. Warland , Capt. McAUmun Bark ANNIE JOHNSON Bark SANTIAGO Bark RODERICK DIIU Bark MARION CHILCOTT ' Ship FALLS OF CLYDE Tue CHAS. COUNSELMAN Launch LURLINE ind other Specially Chartered vessels makes this trip will! at least one of these boats each mouth, carrying both Freight and Passengers. For dates of sailing aud terms, Call upon, !.no. L). Sprcckels & Bros. Go, Agents, 327 Market St., San Francisco. QUICK DISPATCH For freight and passage apply to WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents, Honolulu, or H. Hackfeld &Co., Ltd. AIU'.NTS, IIILO. Stoue Mason and Brick Layer is ready to take contracts for work in any part of the Island Boiler Setting a Specialty. . . R. T. GUARD, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii vPiUiraiiliri "- HIRPfr- H. Hootis. F. W. Macfarlanc and 15. F. Bishop, from the Fourth District nnd Jas. A. I,ow, W. W. Goodnle and Frank Pallia from the Fifth. Sheriff Arthur M. Brown. Attorney W. T. Rawlins with a possibility of others. Treasurer S. 15. Damon. Clerk Harry Mm ray, Wm. Savidge and possibly others. Tax Assessor J. V. Pratt. Auditor No takers yet. Surveyor No takers yet. The above is a list of candidates for various county officers who have so far made themselves known. Why there have been no applica tions for the office of auditor is a mystery. There is $250 a month in it for some bright Republican. In the office of Surveyor there is only $600 but there is little to do and a man can keep hid own private office. Much has been said about the county clerkship and the name of j A. V. Gear has been published in ; the morning aud one of the after j noon papers as a candidate for that office. Mr. Gear stated this morn ing that he had never spoken of the clerkship to anyone, nor had he any idea of running for any office under the county. Therefore, the stories about his candidacy, first for super visor and then for clerk, have been but the vaporings of vivid imagina tions. However, before the con vention conies together, the two announced candidates may expect to sec active opposition. There will certainly be other candidates in the field. As has already been stated in the Bulletin, A. M. Brown for SherifT and J. W. Pratt for Tax Assessor, need not trouble their heads. They will surely secure the Republican nomination. Much talk has been indulged in on the streets with reference to County Treasurer, and the name of S. 15. Damon, of Bishop & Co., has been prominently mentioned as a suitable man for the place. The only question was on his willing ness to run. Mr. Damon was seen by a Bul letin reporter this morning aud in answer to a question, said: "I will do what the Republican party wish me to in the matter. If they give me the nomination I will accent it and run for the office with the in tention of doing the work for two years only and then giving some one else a chance. I am in the hands of the Republican party in this matter." A. G. M. Robertson will not con sider the office of County Attorney for any other office under the county, so that puts out of the race one gcod man the Republicans were counting on. There will probably be a sharp contest for supervisors, particularly I in the Fourth District which, ac l cording to the terms of the County Act, arc allowed four of the seven members of the Board. John Ouderkirk should go in with flying colors and both A. Hocking and Win. Hoogs as good hard Repttbli- thc island of that name, The Home Rule county convention of that is land is to be held in Wniltiktt on the 3d iust. and it is his intention to be present at this important gathering of delegates. The dates of the various county conventions are as follows: Jinst Hawaii September 10. West Hawaii September 3. Maui, Molokai and Lunai Sep tember 3. Oahu September 30. Kauai September 17. Jesse Mnkainai, one of the most active of the Home Rule leaders, left for Kotia today to be present at the convention of the West Hawaii) delegates. He will letttrn by the next steamer. Senator Kalauokalani will prob ably be back here next Sunday and his next trip will be to Kauai to see that all goes well there. He will remain for the convention. The policy of the Home Rulers all over the Islands will be to sup port those of the Republican nomi nees they feel will do the right thing in office and to put up their own men where nominees of the Republican party do not seem to be suited to their tastes. The apportionment of delegates according to voting strength will be the same with the Home Rulers as with the Republicans. BY... S. S. ENTERPRISE We have received LADIES' UNTRIMMED HATS III Muck, White and Colors. DAVIS Al'PLALS. Will Try To He Itulnsltitoil as a Lawyer. Honolulu, September 2. George A. Davis returned from San Francisco in the Sierra this morning for a short period of rest on tue advice 01 11 is puysiciaus. He was not in San Francisco very long before he was taken ill aud found it necessary to go to a hos pital. He rallied under the watch ful care of Dr Winslow Anderson, and it was on his advice that he re turned home. Mr. Davis will re main in Honolulu for some weeks, after which he will return to the coast to continue the fight for the protection of his rights. Seen by a Bulletin reporter this afternoon Mr. Davis said: 1 n "No, I am not back to stay. I shall return to San Francisco as soon n. ohiamit. . . I 1 n fii.i..i as I nave recovered my strength ""-' here. I shall then finish the work of doing what is necessary to pro-1 tcct my rights, which is already well under way. "I intend to take three avenues of appeal. In the first place, 1 1 shall file a petition for a writ of error and assign the errors. Second ly, I shall appeal to the Circuit Court of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit aud, thirdly, I shall appeal direct to the Supreme Court of the United States. "If these three avenues of ap peals fail, then I propose to file the charges against myself in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Circuit, the United States Circuit Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of the United States, with the stipula tion that the record of the Supreme Court of the Territory of Hawaii :n the case shall constitute the record of appeal. "More than this I do not care to say. The work has been started and I have received every en couragement in the world." ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS WINGS, (JUILLS, Elc. B1BB0NS, SILKS and TULLE Tor Trimming Purposes ALSO MEN'S STETSON HATS IN"BERBY" COWBOY SOFT CRUSH for evening wear FEDOBAS, Etc. L. TURNER CO. LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1864 Duck Uuck N. OHLANDT & CO. MANUl'ACTURKRS and Dkalkrs in FERTILIZERS Oft Eoery, Description. Bone Meal, Sulphate of Potash, Sulphate of Ammonia, Alaska Fish Scrap, Hoof Meal, Muriate of Potash, Nitrate of Soda, Double Superphosphato High Grade Tankage. What is fill n Halm.' Chamberlain's Pain Balm is a can workers who are popular with ,:;.,.. and. while adnnted to all the masses, like Mr. Ouderkirk, Uu. or(,inary llseh of n iillumMU( i,ns should climb right up to the top 'llunIiles which distinguish it from notch so far as votes are concerned, j othcr reme(Hes of lhis clusSt pnin It is thought that before many days ,,,, , SMee!lIiIv, beneficial for Offlco: 127 Market Street. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Factory : Indiana & Yolo Sft there will be other candidates in the field so that the convention may have more names to choose from. In the Fifth, Jas. A. Low will run at the head of the ticket. He will not only secure the nomination but the election also because he is popular with all. A Home Rule leader said yesterday that his party would vote for Mr. Iow because E. WERY Hilo, Hawaii PACIFIC TRANSFER CO. Handle and Store JJA.GGAGE I2G KINC ST. HONOLULU I'hone, Main 58 Uncle Sam's Cigar Store Waianuonuo Stroot HILO, - - - HAWAII ROBERT INNES LILLIE WHOLHSALF. COMMISSION MERCHANT AND 11ROKHR. Kxporter of Island I'rodtire. Hooks Kept anil Anilitcil. Room 1, SrirccLelb' Muck, Hilo IS rheumatism. Thousands of cases can be cited in which it has effected a cure when the sufferer had pre viously tried the best medical ser vice without securing relief. Pain Balm is positively guaranteed to give relief in the most severe cases of chronic or acute rheumatism. Pain Balm heals bruises, burns and scalds in less time than any they would be sure of a square deal ( oUl(;r treatmem. rt js "antiseptic" from him. Mr. Goodale, manager ' that St it ,irevent8 putrefaction and of Waialua plantation, is also a good by SQ do!)gi Keiiorally prevents an man for supervisor. He should Ulisigiltiy SCar reiuainiue after the carry a large vote. njury is ,,,1. ,j0I lnme backi It is predicted that before the lumbago and neuralgia, Pain Balm county convention sits, there will has no equal. It has the quality be plenty of candidates for all of 0f "getting to the right spot." No the offices under the county. sufferer from these distressing affec Senator D. Kalauokalani changed , tions should defer a trial of this his mind this forenoon about leav-1 remedy. One application gives re iug in one of the steamers sailing at lief. Try it. The Hilo Drug Co. 12 noon and will go in the Maui to I sells it. Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments!, which we guarantee to be correct. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands OKDEUS FILLED AT SHOUT NOTICE. r WE DESIRE.. To call your attetitioti to n new collection of Hawaiian Songs just published by its entitled "SONGS OF HAWAII" This collection contains a number of old Songs and Hulas never previously published. This book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50 postpaid. Order direct of the BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.