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Huteiul nt ihe PoslofTice ttl Hilo, Ha
Willi iis sccoud'Clnss matter
I'UIII.ISIIKII KVHRV 1'KIIMV.
J. Cahti.h Kidoway Kditor
I). W. Makmm - lluslness Manager
A HOTEL ASSURED.
No more itnpottntit move could '
have been mndo by the IIUo Hoard
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of Tm.le for the nclvniiceiiient nl
development ol tilt' town, tlisin the
Uroiliotioil of :i lieV liotfl project,
There lins been 11 crj ing "ceil for n '
h tel ill Hilo for the past two years,
since the old Hilo Hotel was closed
With no one to take the initiative,
the starling of a hotel at the same
lucitinn or elsewhere has gone by
default until this time. ' Now that
Hoard of Trade has taken up the
subject, confidence in the success of
the venture is assured.
The new hotel need not be of an
elaborate order nor any attempt
made to copy a metropolitan city
establishment in its management orl
cuisine The most imp irtnnt thing
to he consideml is th- cleanliness
of service nnu ace
nml nrrnmmt.il it litis,
The tourist-traveler is willing to
put up with limited hotel accom
modations, if what he gets and pays
ifor be neat and attractive. A hotel
conipinv operating along these
lines cannot fail of success, and the
fact that the Hilo Kurd of Trade
has given the assurance of its back
ing to the enterprise, Hilo nny
feel confident that a first .class
hotel will soon become, an accom
JUDC.H GUAR never uttered n
truer woid, than v hen he said on
Irs return to Honolulu that the
Hilo Hand ought to receive finan
cial support from the legislature, as
well as Hetger's pet organization
A deep .seated conviction has been
entertained by the Island of Ha
waii on this and many other incon
sistencies of our .situation, since
first its inhabitants began to clamor
for recognition from the powers that
wore in Honolulu.
l.osl on t'niler's llrluk.
One of Professor Ilurton's party
ladies from Iloslon, who hive been study
ing the volcauots (if Hawaii, had an
experience durii g her stay at Kilauen
which she will not soon forget. Miss
Mary Lincoln, a school ttacher of Med
foril, Mass. being of n more inquiring
turn ofintiid III in the rest, could h.irdlj
be persuaded to leave the inner pit of tin
outer to attend htr meals. She spent
the whole of one da v from 91. m. lo 6
p. in. looking into the yawning vent holt
of M.ul.itue Pele. On Sunday afternoon,
alone and withoul my precautious as to
lunch or wraps, Miss Lincoln undertook
to make the-circuit of the crater. When
she failed to show up at nightfall, Man
ager llidgood sent out a starching, part
with l.uiurus. Tht) were gone all night
finding with difficulty, on the Kan side ol
the outer the w a) ward miss, numb with
cold and weak with hunger. Otherwise
she stillered no ill efects from the hard
ship of her all night experience.
Hilo Has 11 II11111I.
Honolulu, Aug. 15. "Hilo also
b mil," -.ml Judge Gear this morning, re
feiriug lo his ricent Irip to the Crescent
Citv. "It is 11 goo 1 baud and includes
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.some iweill) live iiieiiuiirf. 1 11c; 'm
well anil hliow up 10 goon uiivaiuuge 111
jiublic funclioiis. 1 sie no ruisou in not
allowing the Hilo bind 11 government
Mibsidv. The Houoliilti band gels some
thing like j2ooooit vear, why should not
I Iilo s music ins collie 111 for a share of
the bent tils' Honolulu should not grab
Dissolve I'm tueislilp.
The firm of Wise & Ross was dissolved
on July 15th by mutual consent. Their
Separatum into dlftereut ollieis has been ,
I'ontfiupl.itiil for some time. Mr. Wise j
will continue to do busihess nt the old 1
olhYe, while .Mr. Kov. has opened .inollli'e
iu the building fonnerl) occupied by A
It. Loebeuslein oil Wainuueuue striet.
Under the uriauMiUfiil, Mr. Wise eon-1
linius with the busuuss which has
hllheito bieii 111 the hands of the film
I'ilT ut lloiiohluu.
About four o'clock Suudii)
file was dlscovenhl in the Houolima ! ted by the iiilwxluciinii 01 uniiuDerluliiN 1 """ i'ijihwh .-. . .....wn, ,... i. Oct. 8. Waiaken Mill, 12 in. to I p. in.
Plaiilutiou store, and before the llaun 9 Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy mM "" Mwiliy, the lotbdiiyof October, ' Waiakea, Lucas 11. L., 3 to 4 p. ill. Fire
I'liuld In eMiuuuisliid quite a hole was into this country. There is scarcely a '9(,4. to piy the delinquent assessment, UM,S Hull, 7 109:30 p. m.
burnt in the rool ol the huilillug. Mi
cause was nscribid for the hhie, as theie
had hem no one 111 the building siuie
Situiduy iveiiiug. Aside from slight
d linage t the building and stock by
watr, no great toss was sullirid. One
hundred dnll.iis will umr the damages,
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A Hit Hi out ml Vnyngc TlmuiKh
The Yacht1 "Lurliue," commanded by
Commodore II II. Sliiclitr. which I ell
, hete Match ylli, wilh himself mid inrly
iitHiml fnr 11 lilt-nmire cruise In the South
Seal, returiuii to Illlo Tuesday iifiernoon I
on the lioini'wnnl tourney to San Pedro,
Cnl. The )nclitwiissighledolT Pepeekeo
point early in the morning bill light wlmli '
and adverse currents droe the vessel far
from Hurt, unlit the Mntson tue went out ,
to the rescue, bringing the essel to
moorings about four o'clock in the nftir-
'' "f T"e $
Cotninod ire Sinclair, who ii acconi-
pnllit.,i by Mrs. Sincl.ir, Miss Sinclair,
,ni jr, Arthur Sinclair, was much
pleased to ee Hilo again. Mr. L. R.
1'recm.m who was of the party originally
1 It'll Die yncui til iionoiuiu last wcck, tor
Ihe purpose of making a visit to Japan
and Ihe seat of war, as a correspondent.
The owner ol the yacht when he dropped
anchor -.aid: "No, I could not give Hilo
the go by. This was our first port alter
leaving ihe California const and our re
collections of your beautiful little city
were so pleasant that we could not pass
the islands on our return home without
calling and saying "howdy" ngain. No
where did we find such liixuriuil loliage
or the veidure as green us here. We
slnll rein tin until Sund-iy, prlncipilly to
permit my son, who has never teen the
Vl(lciin)i , vjsjt lMiU WOmlcrful sight
He joined us at Suno.i and hasconiinued
the balance of the trip. While the voy.
age nas oeei. .....st ..vuguwu, ....... ,...
to finish, and wM.oui accident, we shall ,
be glad to be luck hoine nguin aftercom-
Dieting our n.soo miles cruise. We left
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.-an l-euro i-euruary 4111 uii.i i.u,.r to Ket
back 011 or about September loth
The Lurliue after leaving here, stopped
three weeks in Honolulu and then start
ed on her journey through the. south
seas. Two, weeks out the vessel passed
Ihe equ Uor, mid three days later stopped
at the island of Mukn Hivu in the Mar
quesas group. A stay of six days was
made at Taiohae, the principal town and
seat of the I'reiich government. The
unlives here were found to be dying on",
from disease and other causes, and a
tilau is on foot to remove the seat of
government to Hiva Oa. The Lurliue
party traveled over the island on horse
back, visited cannibals, saw their idols
and sacriticial stones, where many a
martyr had died and generally learned
much ol their primitive life. They were
the first white people who had visited
the islands in two years.
Thence the Lurliue proceeded to Ta
haiti, lovering the distance of 800 miles
in three da) s. This is another depend
ency of Prance, and while Pepeete is a
lively sea port town, its life was dull and
uninteresting to the travelers. The
journey was continued to Samoa, which
was a ten day's voyage. The U. S. S.
Wheeling was at PugoPngo and during
the stay of the Lurliue, was relieved by
U. S. S. Adams, which is now stationed
at that port. Here the Sinclair party
founil much to interest them, visiting
native chiefs and observing the island
life. The Samoaiis were found to be not
unlike the Hawaiian type, although of a
sturdier build. They live n very primi
tive and simple life, the policy of the
government appearing to be not to in
terfere with their unlive customs mid
habits of living. This has had a marked
benefit upon their physical condition and
contentment of mind. The Lurliues
were receievd with much hoipitality,
and enjoved their stay both at Apia and
On their journey to Piji Islands, the
heaviest gale experienced on the trip was
encountered, mid the vessel lay to lor
thirty hours. I lie l'iji Islanders are a Hilo, Hawaii, deceased.
dark' race of people and lead the simple j AH creditors of slid deceased nre here-
and open air l.fi of the tropics. Froml"v ",,lifi,,l l0. mx"!";"1 ll"iir1 .c,nim?'
1 . .. , ' , whether secured or unsecured, dulv ven-
here the Lurliue made a start on her re- fie(1 a1 willl I)ro,)cr vouchers, if any, to
turn making tue instance 10 iionoiuiu
of 3,300 miles in 28 days. A stop of ten
da)s was made renewing acquaintances
and in order to accompany the
loc.icl craft in 11 yacht race lo Lahiua.
Owing to the Lurliue becoming becalmed
111 Hie MoloKiu ciiiiiiuel, me vessel pill
to Honolulu and started for Hilo
Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The
vessel is iu splendid condition nfler her
long visage and nt 110 time was the
owner or his family and party appreheu
sue of any danger on so long 11 cruise !
so small a bark. Alter remaining here a
Ihe Lurliue will continue her 1 plantation, Ol.m District, Island of Ha
vovage lo ban Pedro harbor, 1 UM TerrU
Aioua, Miss Ilaltie
Alma, Mrs. Kauahiiie N.i
D.il.ih, Justo Wedinos
Hillihee, Miss Lucy
Pea, Miss Annie
Pope, Miss Ida M.
Schmidt, Fran. Hilly
Ter.io, Mr. K., care ship Kenilwortb
Evr.uv Community hns been benefit
ueihlioiliooii inn tnat someone can lie
found whose life has been saved by its
use. It is the best known medicine for
all lorius of slomaeh and bowel tumbles.
li never fails to give immediate relief nud
can alw.i) she depended upon, For sale
by Hilo Drug Co.
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THli WHUKI,V ttli.d TRIIIUNK, HII.O,
I'OM'KVI'IO.N I'l.ANS. j(,'nll
llcpiihllrnus Outlining Hiilcrlulii'
limit for Ih'lt'icnlt'N.
The Young Men' Republican Club nre
cousideiing the question of the entertain
ment of the delegates to the Territorial
Convention while thev arc in Hilo. The
convention meets September t, iintl there
is n general desire thnt the delegates shall
remain In the city longer than one day.
It I proposed to give thoe delegate- who
altend such a roal welcome that they
will wish to hold the convention here
again next time. There have been various
suggestions ui.ule for a mammoth lunu, n
camp fire meeting anil an open air inass
meeting, A committee consisting of Jus.
I). Lewis, S. I. Desha and Chns, Akati
hae been appointed to consider the
various propositions nml make n report at
the next regular meeting of the organiza
tion. The Hilo lJo.irtl of Trade hae
taken up the question of hotel uccouioda
datinns, and where delegates cannot be
accomodated in the various hostelries
and boarding houses, private citizens have
been called upon to give eutertuiument
to i.iie or more of the visiting delegates.
Hlsewhere is printed a list of the delegates
and doubtless many will receive personal
invitations from Hilo friends to visit
them during their stav.
The Republican District Cominlf.ee
will meet in convention at Fireman's
Hull on Saturday, September 3. id 10
o'clock a. m. for the purpose of adopting
n platform and nominating candidates
for the senate
and house of repri'seiitn
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Sabbith, August 21, morning sermon
aril the'reiff he '
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eheailed: lie is
II a. 111. "When Herod he
iciiiil lit to Tftliti u.lirittt I 1 will tin 1
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risen front the ileail.' " Mark 6:16. I
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rOV Item, 1 UriUSlUMl.
The N'awahi cottage on School street,
containing 6 rooms and bath, furnished; 1
$30 per month. Apply to
404 RIDGWAY & RIDOWAY.
For Sale. .
Household furniture, china, glassware,
and three young heifers. I'or sale at my
residence at Waialn.
39 JOHN McTAGGART.
Mrs. Frank H. McStocker has left her
dairy outfit with Mr. W. S. Ward at
Keaau for sale. There is, beside n fine
assortment of dairy appliances, n full
blooded jersey bull and a herd of cows.
Notick Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matson Line"
will be responsible for any debts con
tracted by the crew. R. ' T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 34-
ALL KINDS OP
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. H. PHASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
Notice to Creditors.
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii ) ' '
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiu'.ks In Pkohatk.
In the matter of the Kstnte of ALHF.RT
K. NAWAH I, deceased.
I signed has been appointed Adiuiuistrator
oiiee is niriciiy Kniii i""l. uic uiiuci -
f Ulc estate of Albt.rt Ki xwat, oft
Ihe undersigned, iu Hilo, Hawaii, within
six months from the first publication of
this notice, or such claims, if any, will be
J. CASTLE RIDGWAY,
Hilo, Hawaii, T. II., July 26, 1904.
Riikivvay & RlIK'.WAY,
Attorneys for Estate. Y)-4
Notice of Assessment.
Manna Coffee Plantation.
' friticiiml place of business, Sail Fran-
California; location of works or I
Notice is hereby given that at a meet-
ing of the Board of Directors, held on the
ninth day of July, 1904, an assessment
1 (No. 3) of three per cent, being (3.00 per
! share, was levied upon the subscribed
cmital stock of the Corporation, payable
'hiiiuediately.iu United States Gold Coin, '
"lo the Secretary, at the office of the Com-1
1 pany, nt Number 410 Market street, iu
' the City nud County of Sail Francisco,
Any stock upon which ibis assessment 1
shall remain unpaid 011 the 5th day of
September, 1904, will be delinquent nud
- ' advertised for silent public auction, and
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iiirn.l 11m II II iViilIU fll iiiliii.vllJliiir nml
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expenses of sale,
lly order of Ihe Hoard of Directors.
t W. R. P. WIRTHLE.
OfuVe: 411) Market Street, Sin Fran.
cisco, California. 39-5
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HAWAII, l'RIDAY, AUGUST ly, 1904.
The Republican District Committee of
the 1'irst Representative District will
meet in convention for the purpose, of
adopting 11 platform nml nominating
candidates for senators and representa
tives, on Saturday, September 3, 1904, at
in o'clock 11. in. at l'ircinau's Hall, Hilo.
W. II. llEERS.
It. A. LYMAN, JR..
Hall, Hilo, Ha
waii. Proposals will be received at tile office
of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, T. II., until 12 o'clock in. of
August V), 1904, for constructing MOO
HEAU HALL ill Mooheati Park, Hilo,
Hawaii, T. II.
Plans and specifications are oil file nt
the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, and with E.
E. Richards, Agent for Public Works
Department, Hilo, Hawaii, copies of
y hich will be furnished intending bid-
t tiers on receipt of $5.00. which sum will
be returned to the bidder after he has
deposited his bid and returned the plans
Proposals must be submitted 011 the
blank forms, which will be furnished by
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
Works, and K. K. Richards, and enclosed
in 11 sealed envelope addressed to Hon
C S I,0,,owly Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. II., endorsed "Pro-
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,msn, fnr ,,.., nll. Hilo. Hawaii."
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J'.acil proposal must comam me 11111
name of the party or parties making the
Simle, a,i ,mlst be accompanied by a cer-
tificd check of 1 of the amount of the
proposal, payabletoC. S. Holloway, Sup
erlntcndent of Public Works, ns surety
that if the proposal be nccepteil n con
tract will be enterednto.
No proposal will be entertained unless
made on the blanks furnished by the As
sistant Superintendent of Public Works,
or H. K. Richards, and delivered at. the
office of the Superintendent of Public
Works previous to 12 o'clock 111. on the
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, T. H., Aug. 9 1904. 41-3
llonnl of Registration
The Hoard of Registration for the First
Election District will meet at such times
nml places as hereunder advertised to reg
ister all persons duly qualified to vote:
Euaho una ka Papa Hoopaa Iuoa o ka
Apaua Koho Paloka Ekahi. Ma kahi a
uie ka maiiawa i hoike ia tualalo nei.
Sept. 12. Hilo, Firemaii's Hall, 9 a. in.
to 4 p. ui.
Sept. 13. Mt. View, 8 to 10 a. ui.
Kurtistown, 1:30 to 3:30 p. in. Keaau
Store, 4 to 5 p. ui.
Sept. 14. Wainkea, Lucas Doat Laud
ing, 9 a. m. to 12 111. Knpoho Coffee
Shop, 4 to 6 p. m.
Sept. 15. Opihikao, 10 a. 111. to 12 in.
Sept. 16. Kalnpaua School House, S
a. 111. to 12 m. Pahoa Store, 5 to 7 p. 111.
Sept. 17. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 7 to
9:30 a. 111.
Sept. 19. Papaikou Store, 9:30 to 11
n. 111. Pepeekeo, Upper Store, 1 to 2 p. in.
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kJVJ.V. W. ..... WkW..,
20. Hakalau Store, 9 to 10:30
a. 111. Papaaloa Store, 2:30 to 4 p. 111.
Laupahochoe, Mnltio Res., 6 to 8 p. ui.
Sept. 31. Ookala Pltn., Office, 8:30 to
9:30 a. m. Paauilo Store, 1:30 to 3 p. in.
Sept. 22. Honokna, Holmes Store, 9
a. m. to 4. p. iu.
Sept. 23. Kukuihaele, Jones Store, 10
to 11 a. 111. Waipio, Akaka Store, 2 to 6
Sept. 24. Waipio, Akaka Store, 8 to
9:30 a. iu. Kukuihaele, Jones Store,
10 30 to 11:30 a. m. Houokaa, Holmes
Store, 3:30 to 6 p. 111.
Sept. 26. Akoni Fernandez Res., to
u. 111. to 12 m. raauiio,j, waioiiiiui's
1 Res., 2 to 3 p, ill. Kaiiiehe, Kauaahi-
polu's Itei., 5 to 6 p. tu
Sept. 37. Kukai.iu Store, 8 lo 9 a. m .
Laupahoehoe, 3 to 6 p, 111.
Sept. 28. Hakahut Store, 9 to 10 a. 111,
Pepeekeo, Lower Store, 12 m. 101:30
Sept. 29. Hilo, Fireman's IUII, I to 4
p. m., 7 to 9 p. 111.
Sept. 30. Wuiakea, Lucas boat Laud
ing, 1 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8:30 p. 111.
Oct. 1. Mt. View, 8 to 9 a. 111. Kurlis
town, iu a. m. to 12 111. O. S. Co. Office,
3:3" to 5 1' "
Oct. 3. Opihikao, 10 to 11 a. tit. Kit-
lapaua, 4 to 8 p. 111.
Oct. 4. Kumuili, 12 111. to 1 p. 111.
Oct. 5. Pnulii, Eldert's Res., 9 11. in. to
Oct. 7. Hilo, Fireman's Hull, 1:30104 p.
111., 7:30109 p. 111.
S. L. DESHA, (KIWINI.)
Cliaiiiiinii, (Luna Hooiiialu.)
E. II. LYMAN,
Stiliiciilie for the TuiliUNR.
script ion $2.50 n year,
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Hon nl of Itogisfrntion
The Iloitd of Registration for the Sic
mid Election District will meet at suih
limes and plnces as hereunder adveiiisul
to register nil persons duly ipi tlifud lo j
Sept. 12. Niulii, Jim Pake's Store, la 'juj-q in Q4
in o p. ....
Sept. 13. llnlawa, A ion is Store, o ti.
in. to a p. 111.
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Sept. 13. Ilulaiila,.Koha1aStore,3tn 8 ,
Sept. 14. Kapaail, Court House, ion.
in, to 8 p. ni.
Sept. '15. Hawi, A. K. Hldredge's!
(Kauanoe), utoSp. m.
Hmiolpu, Warehouse, 9 lo 12
5 p. ni.
to 12 a. ni.
Mahllkona, Warehouse, 2 lo ;
Puuliue, Senator Wood's, 9
Kahuwa.J. P. Wood's, 1 lo
3 p. in.
Sept. tg. WhIhH'ii,' Court House, 9 n.
tit. to 4 p. til.
Sept. 20. Ktivvftthie, Abo's Store, is
to 8 p. ttl.
to 12 a. ni.
Puako, Plantation Store, 9
Kiholu, Reach, 9 to 12 a. 111.
1 Incline, J. A. Al'iguire's, 3
to 6 p. m.
Kalao-i, School House, ton.
111. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 24. Knilun, Court
House, to a.
ill. to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 26. Holualoa, School
a. 111. to 5 p. in.
Sept. 27. Kahaluu, Meeting House, 10
a. m. to s p. m.
Sept. 28. Keatthoil, School House, 10 1
a. m. to 5 p. m.
Sept. 29. Popopiia, School House, 10
a. m. lo 5 p. 111. '
SOUTH KONA. j
Sept. 30. Napoopoo, Knmauohn's, 10 .
a. 111. to 5 p. 111.
Oct. 1. Keokea, J. D. Mcllo's, to 11,111.
to s p. 111.
Oct. 3. Hookeua, Lauding, iu a. m. to
S P. in.
Ala-e, School House, 9 to 12
Papa, Jos. Holi's, 3 to S p. m. 1
Wniohinu, Court House, S lo
12 a. 111.
Nualchu, Store, 3 to 8 p. 111.
Houuapo, Warehouse, 10 lo 12
Hilcn, Store, 3 to 8 p. 111.
Pnhala, Choug's Store, 3 lo S
Punaluu, Warehouse, 9 to 12
J!y order of the Hoard,
II . L. HOLSTEIN,
J. N. KOOMOA,
41.4 J. K. KEKAULA.
Subscribe lor Ihe Tkiiiunk.
tion $2.50 per year.
AUCTION ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 20
I will sell nt Public Auction THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
GOODS CONTAINED IN THE STORE NOW OCCU
PIED BY J. N. WOOD, FRONT STREET, HILO.
ALSO THE LEASEHOLD AND BUILDINGS. SALE
PEREMPTORY. NO RESERVE.
1. E. RAY, Auctioneer.
E. N. HOLMES
Importer and Dealer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and Groceries
Boots and Shoes
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay
High-Class Furniture ami
Crockery and Glassware
House Furnishing Goods
Rugs, Matting una
Wagons and Carriages
iMATSON NAVIGATION GO.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
July G, '04
Aug. 9, '04
Sopt. 12, '04
Oct. 10, '04
Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 23, '04
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July 23, '04
Aug. 26, '04
Sopt. 20, '04
Nov. 2, '04
, Doc. 6, '04
K. T. GUARD, Agent.
r''m ' JsHMMO
Waiakca Boat House
It. A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGE, HII.O
HAVE NOW A FLEET OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUI1LIC HIRE
1 assengcrs mid baggage taken lo and
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rales. Launches nud rowbo.ils to hire
lor private picnics and moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKMSPIIONK
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter nnd reversible engine. Iu
, practicability it is equal to the steam cu
igine. Sizes from 1)4 h. p. upwards.
Hoals litteil Willi tills engine or Ironies 01
1 any size to order. For particulars upplv
1 to It. A. LUCAS, Mnnager
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