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THB WKEKLY HILO TRIBUNK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, SKi'TKMMSK n, 1903.
V; 3 I CZL 1 i T Bargains in Real Estate To iuvestors 011 the Islands I wish to call attention to the following properties which are for sale or lease. As values arc low now is the time to buy No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6 No. 7 Three-quarters of an acre on Front street, Hilo, 500 feet from depot; frontage of eighty feet; terms to suit purchaser. Price Two modern cottages at comer of Church and Bridge streets, Hilo, with leasehold fourteen years to run at $54 per year; brings in rental now of $30 per month. Price, part cash, balance on time Twetity acres at Kaumana; has been planted in cane; suitable for bananas, pineapples or cane. Price, cash Lot 153 x 215 feet, with modern cottage, at corner of Pleasant and Ponahawai streets, Hilo. Price, part cash, balance on time Lot 153 x 215 feet on Pleasant street extension, unimproved. Price, part cash, balance on time (Pieces Nos. 4 and 5, above described, command a fine view of Hilo Bay and are at a good elevation. One hundred and sixteen acres at Kaumana, seven miles from Hilo, unimproved; suitable for growing bananas, pineapples or vegetables; large quantities of growing koa and ohio timber; wood and lumber alone will pay for land. Price, part cash, balance on time ... Fifteen acres, one mile mauka Government road, between Kukaiau and Paauilo; all cleared and has been planted in cane. Price, part cash, balance on time $4500 2500 750 3000 1500 2000 1250 immmmmmmwmmmmmmiimimm For further particulars regarding these or other properties address I. E. RAY, HILO, HAWAII Danger ahead I T h u unginoor doesn't seu tho broken rati. There Is suro to be a terri ble wreck. Thoro's a wreck ahead for ssk ' vain TwBJ!B"wiKi ""' 1 TOIIAUL'O IX HAWAII. Conlcr Win liny,. 101! Acres In Konu for Hxpnrlmcut. Mr. Comer of the Federal Kx- you If you pay no attention to youi weak throat and lungs. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Weak throats and weak lungs easily give way. Somo uxtra strain, as a fresh cold, and you are down with bronchitis or pneumonia. Hotter strengthen theso weak places before- it is too late. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral heals theso irritable throats, gives tone to the relaxed membranes, ami imparts strength to tho lungs. There are many substitutes and Imi tations. Ilowaro of them! Ho sura you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Two sizes. Largo and small bottles. Pripircd by Dr. J. C. Ajer & Co., Lowell, Mm., U.S.A. For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY The Corner Restaurant FRONT AND CHURCH STS. If you Hppreciutc a good meal nicely prepared call and see me. Meals 35c Up C. SHIMAMOTO, Prop. Lato Suppers from 8 p. m. to I a. m. While r j 1&1S MAU.NA LOA QUEEN. Did Up tho Kliinu iu n Itnce Oyer Smooth Seas. Honolulu, Sept. 2, The Inter' periraent Station is to be given a ' Island Steam Navigation Company's j public land concession tor the pro-1 colors are privileged to fly triuni- posed experiments in tobacco cul ture. At an Executive Council meeting it was decided to allot him somewhat more than 106 acres of phantly this morning. There was a race from Honolulu to I,ahaina yesterday between that company's flagship Mauna I,oa and Wilder's land in Kona under the homestead t Steamship Company's flagship provisions of the Land Act. TheKinau. The Mauna I.oa won, as right of entry to Mr. Conter is to I stated in the following wireless tele be given under very favorable con-1 gram received last night by Presi ditions, as the Government realizes dent J. A. Kennedy of the I. I. S. N. Co.: "The Mauna Ioa arrived at La haina at 6:14 p. m. Running time six hours four minutes. The Kinau that the success of the tobacco in dustry in that locality would mean a great deal for the cause of small farming. The Council approved the appli- arrived at 6:32. Running time six cation of Quoy Yick In for a lease 1 hours twenty-two minutes. Sea fiorse of 2 J4 acres, classed as rice and taro laud, iu Pauoa Valley, the. term to be five years and the rental $220 per annum. Commissioner 15. S. Boyd sub- very smooth. Kinau flying light. Mauna I.oa deep load." It is claimed by Mr. Kennedy that the Kinau had a start of one minute and ten seconds in getting nutted an application from John j under way from the docks. This Hind for permission to kill off the j would make the corrected time of wild cattle iu the forest reserves of j the Mauna Loa's passage nineteen Puuauahulu, Hawaii. The request , minutes ten seconds better than that was made as in the applicant's own of the Kinuu. interest, with incidental benefit to What makes Mr. Kennedy all the the publib forests. prouder of his steamer's beat is the The Council feared that the grant- j fact she has been in the water three ing of the permission might open months collecting barnacles upon floodgates of trouble, as other ranch j her skin, while her rival came off owners would be liable to ask for a the dry dock last week with her similar privilege of entrance upon plates thoroughly polished for the the public domain. It was decided 1 contest of speed. He recalls the to refer the matter to the Hoard of Wilder jubilations over the last pre- Agriculture atid Forestry. That ' vious race between the two crack body has already under considera-' passenger boats, when the Kinau', tion the matter of exterminatinc: 1 again but newly cleaned, defeated wild sheep in the mountains of the the Mauna Ioa in foulest condition big is'and. by the small matter of fourteen " I minutes. .InpiiuoHU (lunlioat. Peking, China, Sept. 1. A con-, Salonica, Sept. 7. Sixteen bat siderable sensation has been caused talious of Turkish reserves have in diplomatic circles by the action ' been called to join their colors, of a Japanese gunboat captain in Ikrli Germanyi Sept 7.The preventing the entrance ofa steamer T , 1 r , . . , at Yongampho. The steamer was l owers have dL'c,,,,ed to accePl tlie a merchant craft under the Ameri- Austrian-Russian proposal for coer- cau flag but chartered by Russians. cive action iu settling the troubles in the Halkans. The diplomatic action ot Germany will doubtless Yongampho is not an open port. The Russians who chartered the American' steamer are highly in-1 be accepted, but it is anticipated Cattle llocts for Hawaii. I Honolulu, Sept. 2. A new in-1 dustry in the shape of raising beets for cattle feeding is given promise by specimens of the white beet raised in Kona, Hawaii, by Henry Willgeroth, a horticulturist of that district, who is much interested in the possibilities of the agricultural by-products of the Territory. The specimen submitted by Mr. Willgeroth shows a young beet weighing about five pounds and capable of attaining perhaps twice that weight. The vegetables grow freely iu virgin soil without fertili zation or other than natural irriga tion. Other districts and other soils than Kona might possibly require such aids. In the western beet belt of Colorado, Utah and Arizona sub irrigation is necessary to bring the sugar beet to perfection. It is not Mr. Willgeroth's intention to pro pose or promote beet sugar for Ha waii, the beet grown by him being purely a feed plant and as such very valuable. The plants do not exhaust the soil with any appreciable rapidity. They can be planted to advantage about three feet apart, which would give 4840 plants to the acre. At an average of seven and one-half pounds this would mean something over eighteen tons of feed to the acre. The beet has undoubtedly a large fattening value. The beet sugar factories supplement their profits ' quite largely by feeding ill condi tioned cattle into market prime upon the waste from the sugar. The beets as grown iu the Kona district arc splendid fatteuers and local stockmen state that they should find a ready market. At present the Kona beet seems to have no enemies. censed over what they consider the high handed action of the Japanese, results that this will be devoid of practical Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 7. Eigh teen thousand Turkish troops have been concentrated at Kastoria pre pared for battle. The outrages con tinue to be daily affairs. A score of villages have been burned and the inhabitants subjected to the most revolting torture. Subscribe for the Tkibunk, Islaud subscription 2.50. H Hilo (Jferalile Company, Li WtEc DEALERS IN 3ffE ETC m m Plantation Supplies of All Descriptions Builder's Hardware Plumbina Goods Paints and Oils Fertilizers Iron and Steel Lumber Windows Blinds Doors A Full and Complete Line 'of Groceries SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII KEEN CUTTER KNIVES AND HOES TELEPHONE 4A 4B Rand made Saddles and Rainess k CARRIAGE TRIMMING. AT RICHARDS & SCHOEN, Hilo Harness Shop, Hilo, H. I. H fprm mmgssmssssE&iss AiftSpref SJbE mrnhkistm BgEBgggB SW3