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THK WKKKLY IIII.O TRIIlUNB, HILO. HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1903.
6 somi: nuititr.s. tmnmtmiimmmninwi a rj Qkin SS ir rakitirnif """ Economic (Jovrriimciit Will (Jnrry time. Hut what kind of blood? Hloh Honolulu, Oct. 14. It Is rather IShT'Si. "'ffiVw,'! K5 ! Poor advertisement to go with the hoaltliy. Impuroblood covers tlioskin 'call for bids for bonds, a statement with iiiinitK's, sums, bolls. ee.em.i, I r ,,,.... r, lt.ii 1.1 ur. sail-riiuuui. " -" - I indicate n bankrupt state of the Territory when county government 'comes into operation the first of UKNTHAI, AMi:ill!AN TliOUIIUlS. 1 J. D. KENNEDY I i WATCHES I I CLOCKS I JEWELRY J - Elegant Line of ; I Hew Gut Glass 1 Pine Watch mid Clock Repair ing Solicited Satisfaction Ouataulccd. SPRECKELS' BLOCK ; 5 Front Street, Hilo. TWUMlMUltUlttUMMUUl 3 i emotions, totter, salt-rhuiim. . Z Volcano Stables & Trans. Co. (Iniilfiiinlu ami Nlntnin.ua I In on Salvador mill Honduras. Panama, Oct. 14. The Kepub lies of have combined and are making ,i:oun. 111. arc lundcd in cither Pnhaln or Honuapo the aine evening. preparations for a war on Salvador TIME TABLE OF STAGE ROUTES. This it the only line of stage m.ikiug rfnnliirttrlH between Knu and Hilo mid . t t.. . . r tn nnnlPttinln iinl Vir-irntMin I tllK,MK lc oicano 01 l""-'1- UUUlCIIWin aim iMl.iruUil , f) Tll,lr..inv n,l ,..,... l,rimte Tuesday IKiseiiiirs or fxim-M. Uiivlnv Kilo nt Mr. Prank llrnrtt. of Katcoorlic. W. A cii(tihUiliotiRraili anil tellm lut cured lilm and Honduras. A plan to invade San Salvador has been under consideration for 1 1904. it miglit be Honest tt true, some time by President Manuel lis though hard to represent things ' trada Cabrera of Guatemala, who that way. Taking the financial 1 in pursuit of this idea endeavored affairs of the Territory for the two j to enlist the aid ol the Hondurean -. years ended December 31, 1902, Government in war. Honduras lies and comparing them with the ap- on the south and east of San Salva propriations for the two years cud-1 dor and Guatemala on the north, ing June 30,1905,110 such lugtt- and an expedition from each of .brious prospect as that just men- these countries would catch San tioned is to be apprehended. On Salvador between two fires and I the contrary, a Territorial adr.iiuis-lplncc the Republic in an interesting rhroniili connections with the steamers Kiniiu and Manna I.o.i arc made both on .irrivnl and departure. STAGES FOR VOLCANO OF KILAUEA AND KAU Via Hilo Railroad and Volcano Stugis : wiit'ii a iMiyinr skin iiriikoiiut in bad sore i tratiou as economical as that of the about my lumU. After trlnB a Rtcat many , , Tw,. ,. ,t ,nM Mrsapariua .w j -' -"- -.v..."- , iyu( predicament. According to the plans it was in tended that Guateiiinla was to have remedies In xaln. 1 took Ajer's ... .. "', v,MLrZ i !n.c,i!!,ly,i8 .together with an honest and intelli-i HIT i Ti i II I trmibtednir.ilii nltlisaM'ro imlls. but ond iiot- ' WltlKfiH liOIT nOllSc thMif tbosuiie old remedy .omi.icteiy cured gC1it administration of affairs by ; moved on San Salvador at the close &a B.A & m m L.w j m. m b ww m r i -. ... ,. . ..-,. riki(u., ..iirii .', f,ii,i. ' - lilt' ILI HIW III." ,"-,. .IW-V iil aJ ,, ...vta. . . ... I uit: i-umiuus, uugiu u uiui iuc R.A. LUCAS vt CO., Prup'rs. WAIAKEA BRIDGK, HILO HAVI5 NOW A FLKHT 01' Gasoline Launches and Small Boats FOR FUI1L1C HIRB rassengcrs and baggage taken to niu from vessels in the harbor ot reasonable rates. Launches and rowboats to hire tor private picnics and moonlight rides. RING UP ON TELEPHONE AGKNl'S l'OR Wolverine Gasoline Engine Self-starter and reversible engine. In practicability it is equal to the steam en gine. Sizes from l'i li. p. upwards. Boats tilted with this engine or frames ot any si?e to order. For particulars apply to R. A. LUCAS, Manager. cltie In tin-world AVER'S aparilla nsr-i i 0 Tberv ae manv ml tat Ion " .Saraiiarllla." Ilr -mho ynii i;ei Ajer'i. ii mi.irlil i liy kwtilnc jour Imweli .ilnl i l Ii.it' l'llls. UNION SALOON Shipman Strrkt Open from 5 A.M. to 11 P.M. Alilll' ' III !l"! Vttftni '- J C (tirTCl4well.MiH..lJ.S.A. For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANYi KEYSTONE SALOON First Class LIQUORS WINES AND CORDIALS At Moderate Prices, Mixkd and Fancy Drinks Concocted by Expkrikncrd Mixologists The Celebrated Honolulu Primo Beer and Rainier Beer On Draught. Ten Cents a Class FRISK LUNCH Draught Boor IO Cents When you need a drink call at the KEYSTONE, corner Front and Ponohawai streets. A first class line of WINES LIQUORS BEERS always on hand. Tolophono" IO taxpayers through upon smooth seas in the initial experience of county government. It is to be taken for granted that the current revenue for the present biennial period will not fall below that of the two years with which comparison is being made. Then let figures talk. The curreut revenue for the two years ended December 31, 1902, was $5i558n.o7. For the same period the current expenditures were $5,- 144,411.31. Thus a snug balance f $5J 'I399-70 was left in the treas ury. It is to be remembered that there was no loan money to spend in those two years, which would naturally cause a greater drain than usual upon current revenue. The appropriations under current revenue for the present biennial period, beginning July 1, 1903, amount to $4,992,051.51 all told. Supposing the current revenue does not exceed that for the two years s s .- a a bttu a o a c C3 "S rt" 7, - f a BIAS'S is S : 1 3 o r " n Q. s- 3 ej .. M. 7:00 of the rainy season, which would have made the date for the move some time this month. However,, the contemplated combine with Honduras appears to have fallen through, owing to the refusal of the President of that Republic to join hands with Guatemala in the attempt. The project has by no means been abandoned by President Cabrera of Guatemala, and conse quently news of his combination with Nicaragua was expected. San Salvador is more closely con nected with Guatemala than any other Central American country, and is most easily reached by troops, thus making it the natural objective point for expeditions from that country. Honduras is separated from Guatemala by a range of mountains, which would render the transport of soldiers a matter at tended by much difficulty, but in the case of San Salvador only a tableland about thirty miles in width P.M. 3:00 3:30 4:30 7:30 Wed. A.M. 5:00 A. M. 7:00 7:30 8:30 1 1 yo Fri. A.M. 6:00 a i 5o II .5 T S3 p C SuS 5s e o -t O m v 10:30 1 1 :oo P.M.' 12:30 3:001 P.M. 3:00 3!3 4:3" 7:30 Sun. A.M. 5:00 II .K 5 BMfl a n o STATIONS I v.. Volcano Stables..ar I Hilo. f Waiakea ar ( R Depot. V ar .Mountain view lv ar Volcano Hoikc lv j lv Wn Hilo R. A.M. 9M5 93" 8:30 553" , Sun. ,P. M. nr 4:30 'A.M. ar Pallida lv 10:30 lv Volcano House. 10:30 P.M. ia:.v 2:00" nr Illlea ar ir Honuapo lv 7:30 a.30 11:30 P. M. 12:15 5:00 6:00 7:00 "Connecting with Manna Loa. HOu arrival oi Manna I.oa. TIME TABLE OF STEAMER MAUNA LOA: Arrives Honuapo Leaves Honuapo Thursday Aug. 13 Sunday Aug. Sunday ." Aug. 23 ' Wednesday Aug. Thursday hept. 3 Mintlay Kept. 9:30 U P.M. 5:45 5'-3 4:3" 1:30 A.M. "MS 6:00 Sun. P.M. 2:30 I v P.M. 5M5 53" 4:30 1:30 I P.M. 4:3" A.M. 10:30 c It. A. M. 9:45 9:30 8:30 5-3o Ihu. P.M. 4:30 A.M. 10:30 9 '3o 16 26 6 Time Table of Volcano Stabtes Stage lor LAUPAHOEHOE, HONOKAA AND KAWAIHAE Kvery Day Hxcept I Friday. Friday here compared the expenditure of (separates the two countries. It is these appropriations would leave a possible to travel in a day on horse- J. C. 8ERRAO, Proprietor. WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd. Sugar Factors, Commission Agents. Sole Agents for National Cane Shredders, Baldwin Locomotives, Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane and Coffee Fertilizers. PspTces i 1 1 W. DOWNER!: Proprietor. KINAU.. SALOON C. Unddaky, Prop. its pleasing, 6 icnt, but i I 1 .. 1...1.. Many who read this advertisement have never seen any PURE BLACK PEPPER. In pure state it is a most fragrant, pungent coiuliuie tin! article commonly sold a little black pepper and a lot of roasted peanut shells, cannot appeal to any one. Our PEPPER comes in 15c, 25c, 40c and 75c tins, and it will be a lesson to yon to try a tin of it and learn how little you have In future advertisements we will want to show you the goods at our store. Rainier and Primo Beer bottled and on draught Hest Wines and Whiskies Beer, 10c a Glass surplus of $663,759.56 at the end of this period. It is said there is a floating debt of about $750,000. Much of this came over from the previous period, but, allowing that it all came over and were added to the appropriations for this period, its payment would make the aggre gate expenditure but $86,240.44 in excess of the sum of current reve nue for the two years ended De cember 31, 1902. Another thing to be remembered is that a large proportion of the ap propriations on current revenue ac count are for the benefit and use of counties, while the counties are to assume burdens that the Territory had previously sustained. It is I probably too much to expect that 1 the Territory will be sav I expense as the counties are to as sume. Two sets of governments I will not merely divide the cost of a single set, as there must be consid erable duplication and overlapping of similar functions. Yet, with ' economy and business judgment in ' both establishments, the excess of the combined expenditures over the ! present cost of government ought 1 not to spell bankruptcy. - Want (Mir Mosultoes. Honolulu, Oct. 17. A circular back from the capital of Guatemala into Salvadorian territory, and there would be no trouble attendant upon the entrance of an army into the latter Republic. Dr. Stanley sat directly across the table from Major Cerf, quietly smok ing his cigar as Cerf abused him, and held him up to ridicule. Cerf went on and on, glaring at j Stanley, and piling on invectives. Stanley looked at the end of his ciga-, and seemed to be wondering whether he should let the ash re main or flick it off. Mortification and distress were written on every face in the room. At last Cerf paused. Then Stan ley rose slowly, and, with a puzzled ed as much i expression, said inquiringly, "What is the wild Cerf saying? Instantly the table was in a roar, Cerf stood for a moment in a daze. Then he left the room, and Stanley, flicking the ash from his cigar, went on smoking. 1 1 iii m 1 I Yokohama, Oct. 13. The Rus- siau force at Newchwang has been increased. i London, Oct. 13. The alarmist i rumors from the Iar Kast, predict-, ing war between Russia and Japan, I are unconfirmed. Washington, Oct. 13. The Rus sian embassy is not alarmed over the situation and believes that tin A. M. 8:00 9:01) 10:15 11:50 12:00 1:00 1:30 2:15 3:00 Moil, and Wed. P. M. 3:00 4:00 5:00 6:00 7:00 Tues. and Fri. A. M. 7:00 3:45 2500 4:00 A. M. 4:30 5:30 6:45 7:30 8:30 9'-3o 10:00 10:45 11:30 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 Wedn'sd'y P. M Other days Hv.. ,ar., ar,, ar, 1 ar .Volcano Stables. Papaikou Pepeekeo Hoiiomn ..ur ..ar ..ur ..ar o Hakalau lv ar Honolulu! nr jar Waikamalo ar iar P.tpaalna ar ar Laupahoehoe lv lv Laupahoehoe ar ar Ookala ar lar Kiikaiau ir lar Paauilo ar !ar Hoiiokaa ar lv llonokna ar nr Kukuihaclc ar 'nr....Waimea (Kamuela) ar ar Kawaihae lv S o ". n S u a 7 !. MI K - a a ; a f fc 5 c n o Sw S P. M. 3:00 2:00 1:00 12:15 A. M. 1 1 130 10:30 10:00 9!5 S:oo P. M. 4!3 3:30 2!3V i'-AS 1:00 M. 12:00 A. M. 11:30 10:30 10:00 Mon. and Friday A. M. 10:00 9:00 8:00 7:00 5:30 Wed. and Sat. P. M. 3:i5 :35 9:45 7:00 When the weather is too rough for the Kinau to laud at Laupahoehoe Wednesday the leaving time of stage from Hilo ischaugedto4:oo a.m. on Thursday morning, and the Wednesday stage from Laupahoehoe to Hoiiokaa will be held to connect with it. On Mondays following the arrival of the Malum Loa in Honuapo 011 Sundays, the leaving time of the stage for Laupahoehoe front Hilo is changed to 10:00 a. in., and the Hoiiokaa stage is held nt Laupahoehoe to connect with it. Aside from carrying of ctpress matter and passengers these stages carry U. S. Mail, so patrons may rest assured of prompt connections. C. E. WRIGHT, Manager. O. IvEHJVXAJVV THE ARTISTIC TAILOR Will produce a garment upon order that will satisfy the most fastidious wearer of clothes. The Latost in Spring Suitings and Trouserings Are now arriving. Nearly all the Soring Patterns will be found exclusively at I.eiunatui's. Call and Look at tho Goods C LEHMANN, WAIANUENUF. ST. f i ot it ami learn now little vou nave i , J known of BLACK PEPPER. Jl f In future advertisements we will T ! f speak of Red Pepper, White Pep- i I i per, Fnglish Mustard, Leaf Sage, i 1 i Allspice, etc. Ill the meantime we A U he Owl Drug Co., Ltd. ( J Hilo, Hawaii J I! I Call and oxamlno our stock Telephone 38 imWUHHnHBBBaaHHHBHHH If you want to Advertise in nesp.pirs anywhere at an tunc 1 ill on or write n. C. Hake's Advertising Agency lit ' M'T' liant . i:i(lmii! SAN FRANCI80O - CAL. letter has been received by the local United States Quarantine Station fi-mii llio .'iiirirnnn ftptiirnl nf the Marine Hospital Service asking for dispute with Japan will be settled a collection of specimens of tnosqui- j a,nical,ly. toes in Honolulu to be lorwarded to ! " Washington in franked envelopes. J The object is to make a thorough 1 I study of the various kinds of mos-' iquitoes to determine the nature and j extent of their instrumentality in j , nn..,.iiMn .Iniwriirniii! ff ilfiriilltr ill. I l.WllVi;jr lll imilgl.lUM.1 W, WWUI..J , 1 sease.i. The specimen mosquitoes will be submitted to Dr. L. C. Howard, entomologist of the De- j parttnent of Agriculture, for cxain ! iuation. 1 The Experiment Station has been giving the matter a thorough seien I tific investigation, under D. L. Van 1 Dine, and it may be called upon to I furnish specimens. Berlin, Germany, Oct. 12. The !. :.. m... ij... :....:.. :.. .1,.. CriSIS 111 II1C IVUDICIII .-Hlll.llllJII 1.1 II1U 1 leading feature in German diplo-' malic circles, but nil the Embassies , assert that they have no definite 1 information on the progress of I events. I O a S 1 J3 S P a) vdM T 1. C Or. q Sowi 00 L 3 - - 'Z - (0 1- II a u Jit IJEWEA I 8j QZZiLITY' j RAINIER BOTTLING WORKS Kfi AGENTS, HONOLULU I w kHi 1 ' ' 2 Hj ...All kinds of RUBBER GOODS GOODYEAR RUBBER CO. R. II. PKASK, President Sail Francisco, Cal., U. S. A. Koa! Koal! Koa Lumber in small ami large qnauli. ties; well seasoned. NoTlCK Neither the Masters nor' I'anilture made to order, any style Agent of vessls of the "Matson Line" l wanted. Repairs made 011 any kind ot will be responsible for anv debts eon. furniture. Prices moderate. W,l by the crew. R. l GUARD. sorrao Cabinet Shon; Agent. Hilo, April 16, 1901. 24- Apply to JOSH . SKRRAO. I vramr: mu a M li fig ,