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."( rvi FY 2 ftv lVT. , Uj? . sa - i THE WEEKLY HILO TklBbNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, .FEBRUARY 20, 1906. V?) : stj J i ''. j'. . Eft 8." . mz. ' m . . hi '.,:' T' ' ,' M . Kit ' r-rCr. s i&y St-ili. &,y i'.,V. K" M v : WlJ ' mv , sti s' ;.--,'. "V,. ii & .''' i'lSi'i . ' "iV v,:v Pi 1 .' s f.'T l " 3V " hm- y. It H-' . v . ,' m,v L ' W t y .jt , 1. m . ": It's an easy Job for tlio barbor to part the hair on n hoad llko this. It's just as easy to provont baldness if you only do tho right thing. Baldness Is almost always a sure sign of neglect; it Is tho story of neg lected dandruff. Dandruff is untidy, unnecessary, and unhoalthy. 2tair Vigo euros dandruff and prevents baldness You savo your balr and you aro spared tho annoyanco of untidy clothing. I It also stops falling of tbo hair, and makes tho hair grow thick and long. Do not bo docolred by cheap imita tions which will only disappoint you. Do suro you get AYER'S Hair Vigor. Prepared by Dr. J.C.ArtraCo.,Uwell,Miii.,U.S. A, For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY HILO MARKET CO., LIMITED. Telephone No. 39. li;,'tfV Shipman St. - H11.0, H. I. Choice Cuts of Beef, Mutton, Pork, Veal. POULTRY of all Kinds FRESH ISLAND BUTTER v Flno Fat Turkeys. . Sucking Pigs. Time Table The steamers of this line will ar rive and leave this port as here under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Sierra January 31 Alameda February 9 Sonoma February 21 Alameda March 2 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Sierra January 9 Sonoma January 30 Alameda February 14 Ventura February 20 Alameda March 7 In connection with the sailing of the above steamers the agents are prepared to issue, to intending passengers Coupon Through Tickets by any railroad from San Francisco to all points in the United States, and from New York by any steamship line to ull European ports. For further particulars apply to Wm. C. Irwin & Co. LIMITED General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co. PAY FOR THE BEST IT'S CHEAPEST AND THAT'S THE CLASS OP WORK EXECUTED BV CAMERON THE PLUMBER FRONT ST., Op, SPRECKEL'S BLOCK HceaniGSS Company THE POACHER. Original. It was during those fow days in the spring when the foliage takes ou a palo green, which too soon deepens Into the ordinary summer shado. A young girl sauntering along a road was caBt lug covetous eyes over a stone wall in among huge trees, at tho bnso of which grew clumps of violets. Qolng to tho wall, sho leaned her arms on It and feasted her eyes on tho flowers. There was no sound of any ono near or com ing, only the birds singing. Climbing tho wall, she slid down on tho other side and began to gnthor violets. It was very pleasant in there. Tho sun's ruys poured through tho tiny leaves and fell pleasantly warm on ber shoulders. Bho sat down on the root of a treo and, putting the violets in her lap, was culling Uiem when from tho road she heard a voice: "Poacherl" Turning, sho saw a man leaning on tbo wall as sho had leaned on It, look lug at her. "I beg your pardon," be said, raising his bat. "Perhaps you belong In tho place". Tho girl rose, with n guilty look, stood without reply, her eyes cast down at tho violets, and then threw tho flowers on tho ground. "Might as well bo banged for a sheep as a lamb," said tho man. "Tbo sin of committing a robbery Is not ntoncd for by leaving tho plunder In a ruined con dltI6n." The girl cast a hasty glanco at tbo wall to tbo right and left of ber tor mentor. She wished to got out of tho place, but not to pass him. "You may Just as well mako your exit where you made your entrance," be said. "I'm not going to hurt you or Inform on you. You'd better take tho violets too. They'll soon bo -wilted lying there." Now, the girl was but seventeen and bad nover been In such n ux before. Had sho been older or of a different temper she might havo retorted. As It was, sho concealed her pent-up feel ings by keeping ber mouth shut With faltering step sho started to ward a point of the wall considerably to the stranger's right, but when bo moved In that direction also she turned and went to bis left He also changed his diroctlon. It wus evident be in tended to head ber off. The girl looked indignant, but through rising tears. In an Instant the man vaulted the wall and Joined her. "I didn't think you would take mo so seriously," he said, and, picking up tho violets sho bad thrown down, be banded -them to ber. "I sec no moro reason why I should take them from 70U," sho said, "than gather them myself. You have no right to give them." "I enn pay for them." "So can I." "If you will not accept them from me I shall know that I'm not forgiven." He gave ber an appealing look which Bhe could not resist and she took tho violets. "If you will come with me," bo said, "I will take you Into the house I know tho owner well and show you some of bis treasures." IIo bad a winning way with him that she, could not resist. Ho escorted ' ber to tho bouse, opened the front door without ringing, left her for a moment In tho groat hall and then returned. "Como with me," he said. "It's all right." He led tho way to tbo conservatory, she following, wondering at his assur ance thus to mako himself at home in another's bouso. In tbo consorvr.tory be plucked flowers right and left and wbenovor he had a handful would glvo them to ber. Bho took them, supposing sho was to carry them for him. When sho was well loaded bo led ber to the entrance to the place. "Tho owner begs that you will ac cept these flqwors," be said. "Ho also wishes you hereafter to tako all' tho violots you like and call for flowers from his conservatory whonover you foel inclined." "But how did he como to tako so much Interest In mo?" asked the aston ished girl. "Ob, I told him that you were very fond of flowers." Bho left him at the gato and went homo to dream of the adventure. Four years lator sho returned from collego. A fete was given by tho own er of the place on which she had tres passed, and Invitations came, Including her. She accepted, desirous or seelug U10 owner who through bis frlci 1 bad given hor such beautiful flowers. On coming down from the dressing room tbo host assisted by an eldorly lady, was receiving bis guests. The moment the girl saw him she know blm for tbo roan who bad caught ber stealing vio lets. She had never been quite satisfied with bis Interference or bis explana tion. She was not now an innocent schoolgirl, but a young woman of tho world, and was considered a very attractive one. She resolved on mak ing the gentleman pay for bla amuse ment She was much pleased to dis cover that be did not remember bar ing ever seen her before, and she did not remind blm that be bad. She laid every snare for him of which sho was capable, and they wore many and of great variety. In six weeks ho was at her feet, but she condemned blm to remain there In suspense for six months. Then she accepted blm On their return from their wedding trip, which took placo In the spring, she led blm one day to where tho vio lets grew. IIo remembered tho episode that had occurred there and told his wife of It "Ten. I was tho girl," she said. "But I got oven with you." "I seo. You marrlod me." P. A. MITCHHL. For TarllT on Coffee. , Coffee growers of Hawaii have decided to send Jared Smith, direc tor of the federal Experiment Sta tion, to Washington to fight for n tariff ou coffee. Mr. Smith 1 will leave on the S. S. Manchuria, sailing on February 15. He will be absent from the islands about two months, spending all the time 'possible in Washington. During his absence Messrs. Higgius and Van Dine will run the experi ment station. ' There are about twenty coffee growers in the island. There is no coffee growers' association, but act ing in coucert they have agreed that it is best for the future of Hawaii coffee that the tight for a tariff on coffee imported into the United States from countries not under the American flag 13 neces sary. The whole proposition is to give coffee the same protection that sugar now enjoys. A tariff of from three to five cents per pound is asked. The growers claim that with the competition of Central and South Americau coffee there is no profit in coffee grown iu the islands. Porto Rico is already largely re presented at Washington making a strong fight for a coffee tariff, Governor Wiuthrop is at the head of this delegation. Tobncco nt llnrankun, A tobacco plantation is to be started by J. B. Castle. J. P. Cooke and. George Thielen and a thorough exploitation of the possibilities of Hawaiian tobacco will be made. The new plantation will at first consist of fifteen acres near the present U. S. Experiment statipn at Hamakua, Hawaii. Afterwards if it is found that the experiment is commercially successful, more lands will be secured and the plan tations enlarged. The new plan tation will have large drying and curing houses for green tobacco grown by smaller growers outside, and it is one purpose of the enter prise to buy outside tobacco arfd promote its cultivation by small landowners. Star. Jared Smith says the soil of Hamakua is well adapted for the growth of tobacco and that" there is plenty of tobacco land on the islaud of Hawaii. Bulletin. Subscribe for . the Tribunk Island subscription $2.50 a yeai. King: of all Cough Medicines. Mr. E. G. Case, a mail carrier of Canton Center, Connecticut, U. S. A., who has been in the United States service for sixteen years, says: "We have tried many cough medicines for croup, but Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is king of all and one to be relied upon every time. We also find it the besfr remedy for coughs and colds, giving certain results and leaving no bad after effects. We are never without it in the house." For sale by Hilo Drug Co. Wailoa Boat House. Situated ou the Wailoa River at Waiakea Hilo, under the management of Geo. S. Relnhardt. Gnsoliue boats at all hours at reasonable rates. Special attention paid excursion and 'moonlight parties. For further particulars enquire at WAILOA BOAT HOUSE. 15-4 Waiakea HATSON NAVIGATION GO. Direct Line between San Fran cisco and Hilo, comprising the A1 Steamer Enterprise And the following Past Sailers: Ship FALLS OF CLYDE Bark RODERICK DHU Bark ANNIE JOHNSON And other Specially Chartered vessels make this trip with at least one of these boat each mouth, carrying both Freight and Passengers. For dates of sailing and terms, Call upon, no. D. Sprockets & Bros.- Go, Agents, 337 Market St., 'Sun Fraucisco, G. II. PIERCE, Agent, Hilo, Hawaii Olllce at Matson Navigation Co's Warehouse, Waiakea. Tel. 86 'L CRESCENT CITY BARBER SHOP CARVALHO BROS., Proprietors. The Old Reliable Stand is still doing UP-TO-DATE WORK Razors honed, Scissors and all edged tools perfectly ground. Satisfac tion Guaranteed, WAIANUENUE STREET Second Door Above Demosthenes' Cafe WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd. Sugar Factors, Commission Agents Sole Agents National Cane Shredders, Baldwin Locomotives, A!ex Cross & Sons' Sugar and Coffee Fertilizers Cane Waiakea Boat House R.A. LUCAS & CO., Prop'rs. WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO HAVE NOW A FLEET OF Gasoline Launches and Small Boats FOR PUBLIC HIRE tnssengcrs and baggage taken to and from vessels In the harbor at reasonable rates. Launches and rowbouts to hire ior private picnics and moonlight rides. RING UP ON TELEPHONE AGENTS FOR Wolverine Gasoline Engine Self-starter and reversible engine. In practicability it is equal to the steam en gine. Sizes from li b. p. upwards. Boats fitted with this engine or frames ol any size to order. For particulars apply to R. A. LUCAS 'Manager WAIAKEA SALOON Wharf Road, Second Door Prom the Bridge. Fresh Cooling iPrimo FINEST BRANDS .Wines'; Liquors Beers SCOTCU AND AMERICAN WHISKIES and European Wines Draught and Bottled Beer While the Agents of many Life Insurance Companies are petitioning their Officers for the ANNUAL DIVIDEND policy, it is a source of great satisfaction to the Policyholders of the Pacific Mutual to kuow that their Company 'has beeu issuing almost nothing else for years. No petitioning necessary for liberality with the good old Pacific Mutual. The Directors of the Company are by the California law made jointly and severally liable for all monies EMBEZZLED or MISAPPROPRIATED by the officers during the term of office of such Director, Quite a pro vision from the SECURITY STANDPOINT, considering what has recently occurred. The best policies are issued by the best Company on Earth for policyholders. THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INS. GO. OF GALA. CLINTON J. HUTCHINS, Conoral Agent, , 920 Fort Street. H. E. PICKER, Traveling Representative. FOR TABLE USE mimmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmHmm The Leading Brands of Rhine Wines Liqueurs and Mineral Waters ARE UNEXCELLED Marie Brizard & Uodgers' Brandies nud Liqueurs Usher's Celebrated Scotch Whiskey O. V. C. Special Reserve The Most Popular in the Islands Klnderlln's Freebooter Cins The Finest Put on the Market Pabst Beer A. B. C. Beer In Quarts and Pints, in Casks and Cases and by the Dozen Mineral Waters, White Rock and Ginger Ale W. C. PEACOCK & CO. Ltd. WHOLESALE DEALERS PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO THE HILO TRIBUTES MAIL CHART j JJE:OIJA:iKY, 1906. J MAILS ARRIVE IN HONOLULU 1 1 S. M. T. W. T. F. S. 1 1 : " 1 1 Texan 2 Q x j 1 I N. Maru U ' JAm.Maru R 7 Q A,a"jedn fMoana ' I T 5 0 tAorangi 0 .Dfrlc IP 1 -H If) 5 Mongolia 14 Novadan 6 17 1 I" I3x "Alameda IB "Manchr'a ' jJS M 27 28 Vessels whose names appear OVER Ihe date ARRIVE from the Coast. Vessels whose names appear BELOW the date DEPART for the Const... Destination of Vessels () To San Francisco; (f) To Colonies; (t) To Victoria; B. C; (?) To Yokohama. S. S. Kinau denarts from Hilo for Honolulu cverv I'rldnv at 10:00 a. m. A S. S. Man (X) at 2:151 S. S. Mnuna Loa'small closes in Hilo (x) at 2:15 P- lut arriving in Honolulu INSURE YOUR PROPERTY... In a Reliable Insurance Company We aro tho Resident Agents for tho Guardian Assurance Co. of London Phoenix of Hartford, Conn, and Svea of Gothenburg, Sweeden H. HACKFELD & COMPANY, Ltd. The Old Buggy... made new for a few cents and'' a little labor. With The Sherwin-Williams Buggy Paint you can paint and varnish at the same operation. You will be surprised how easy it is to renew vehicles. Let us show you color cards. SOLD HILO MERCANTILE CO. Hffi SOLE ACENTS FOR HAWAII P. O. Box 04 Telephones 4 A, 4 R INQ UP FOR PH ICES ON ALL AlVsllVaiara aia;MMJ!G. mm LATEST STYLES AND FAIR PRICES ymmmmmmmmmmmmBmamMmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi i AND DEPART AS FOLLOWS: ou Saturdays and Tuesdavs marked at daylight three days later. .. BY 'PHONE KINDS OF PRINTING 21 AM sV M I f I tALlJb7 -. r3fcJSRuL ill h jHTTs'r I X1 WVA1 F, "l m fcHl ( . K m m 'K 'j.: "41 1. . :,' w ''.f.kH', . -W m WfJ V . 'did . m 'ii r'.i.rtl V; M r Am vm 7 it t ' . t" t M 'm wm 1 t tog .. A' Jt