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Orilpt'cil Into t'liiiip In June Willi
Cnptaiu Fetter of Company D
lias received a letter from Col. J.
V. Jones of Honolulu, recommend
ing that the Ililo Company attend
as a whole the Regimental encamp
ment at Honolulu in June. The
' militia will go into camp at Camp
the regular army
Complaints i McKinley with
It li t lore, fe and quick remedy,
There's ONLY ONE
Tiro itzea, Wo. and 60c.
For Sale by IIILO DRUG COMPANY.
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the I,aw8 of the
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, IIILO.
Direct Line between SAN FRANCISCO
Unrk St. Catharine, Capt. Saunders
llurk Amy Turnor, Capt. Warland
Hurk .Martini lals, Capt. McAllman
For freight and passage apply to
WELCH & CO., Agents, San Francisco
H. Hackfeld&Co., Ltd.
mm Z. BREWER & CO.. Ltd
men and it is the desire of Cnptaiu
' Fetter and others interested in the
I welfare of our local soldiers, that
they may avail themselves of the
advantages offered by this encamp-
In connection with this first na
tional order for Company D to go
into camp with the United States
Regulars a gentleman, interested in
military affairs generally and in
Company D in particular, said to a
reporter of the Triiiunk that the
matter of the Territorial Militia go
ing into camp with the U. S. Regu
lars is n national matter and should
be looked at entirely from that
standpoint, the U. S. Congress hav
ing passed a special act requiring
the militia of the states and terri
tories to participate in such encamp
ments, field manoeuvres, etc., to
the end that they may become more
efficient and ready in all respects.
The Federal Government pro
tects us in the Constitutional
guarantee of "life, liberty and
property" and every citizen owes
allegiance and should give some
support to the government which
protects him and the flag that
shields him, whether by actively
participating in the manoeuvres,
thus to qualify himself for active
duty as a member of a military for-
Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora-' m:,tlo- or b' rendering substantial
' tious, trusts, Individuals, and will prompt-1 assistance, financially or otherwise,
ly and carefully attend to all business con- to those who are members of the
MiTlcil with b.inkimr entrusted to it. n-,.n. .:-,:.. .... . .1... ............
.Sells and purchases 1'orelgn KxcIibiikc. of some illconveilieilce to hlmselfor
I issies Letters of Credit. .... , .,.,...
his business, so that the .territorial
Militia may become thoroughly
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES J efficient and able to perform any
Rented by the Month ot Year. Par- !"'. however difficult, to which it
may be assigned.
-1 This is especially true of em-
i ployers of men belonging to the
, organization. Such employers
should not fail to remember that,
) whether they are citizens or aliens,
I they are having equal protection
I afforded them in their person and
property rights and should be will
ing to give, once a year, the short
time required by the War Depart
ment under the act of Congress to
participate in the work outlined by
I'. PUCK President.
C. C. KUNNUDY Vlce-rre.
JOHN T. MOIK..1111I Vlcc-1'rcs.
C A. STOIIIK Cashier.
A. 15. SUTTON Srcretary. .
J. 8. Cnnnrlo, John J. Grace,
1'. S. r.ynmn, II. V. Patten,
Wm, Piill.ir. W. It. Sliliiman.
Draw ISxchunjje on
1 Honolulu The Hank of Hawaii, Ltd
San Francisco Wells Forgo & Co.Hank 1
Nitw Yokk Wells Fargo & Co'o Hunk. !
j London Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co.
Hongkong and Shanghai Hanking Cor-
poratiou: Hongkong, China; Shang
hai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Uiogo, '
by the Month ot Year,
ticttlars on Application.
The .steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 8 I tlle ori,ers ca,,i"B them int0 camP-
Sonoma .' .".May 20 1 Aml' driS'thal time, every mem-
Alameda May 29 1 ber of tlle orEal,izatJo" should be
Ventura ,'"' June 10 Eciously given a leave of absence
Alameda""!"Z'.'!!!Z'"juiie 19 by his cluPlover. whether it be firm
g;crra juj j j or corporation or individual, .with
Alameda33!..Z"july 10 fu" Pay-it is m.0liey wel1 i,Pent'
(UM.STA.VH MHHJKMHOIt. '
I'ro-Vlrnr Mliorl Is .Naiiird us Ncnl
Honolulu, May 12. Kver since '
the death of the Bishop of l'anopo
lis, the Cutholic Church in these
Islands has been without a head.
Of course, Pro-Vicar Ubcrt, the
next in rank to the dead prelate, 1
has been handling the nffairs of the ,
Church expecting at every moment
to get news of the new appointment
to the exalted position. )
It was therefore with tiie greatest j
of satisfaction that the Mission re
ceived the news bv cable at o
o'clock this forenoon that the ap
pointment had been made in ac I
cordance with the petition sent for-1
ward to Rome very soon after the I
deatli of Panopolis. Rev. Father
Libert, pro vicar, was mentioned as 1
theappointeeof the Pope, with juris-1
diction over the Hawaiian Terri
tory. Letters containing the full I
text of the appointment will follow
later on and not until that time will
the real title of the new Bishop be.
The appointment is u very popu
lar one and is in accordance with
the wishes of the Catholic clergy of
the Hawaiian Islands. The new
Bishop is a man of great force of
character, universally beloved by
all who know him, and success will
undoubtedly come to the church
under his administration.
Reverend Father Libert Boey
naems was born in 1857 in Ant
werp, Belgium, and came to these
Islands in the same year when he
was ordained priest in Louvain in
1881. His first mission was in
Kauai, and in 1895 he was trans
ferred to the mission of Wailuku
where he resided until the death of
the late Biship Gulstan. Last year
he became an American citizen.
His high education and his kind
manners will make him a good sub
ject for the position he is to occupy
and the members of the Church of
Hawaii may feel proud to have him
as their spiritual superior.
Makes Finest Bread.
Fresh Rolls and Buns
always o hand : : :
Ice Cream for families
Wedding and Party Calies a
JAS. M. CAMERON,
Mr. Cameron is prepirdto give, estl
iiatts on all lcimls of Plumbing Work
nd to guarantee all work done.
If you want to j
Advertise in newsp pi rs h
in) where at .iii)tuiK i
1.1II on or write
li. C. Dake's Advertising Agency
ui ui .iicn mms i.xcn.inito
San Franciboo - cal
Sonoma July 22
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 13
Ventura May 19
Alameda June 3
Sierra June 9
Alameda June 24
Sonoma June 30
Alameda July 15
In connection with the sailing of the
above Meamcrs the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from Sail Francisco to all points in the
Those who sit at home while our,
soldier boys look into the eyes of
our country's enemies in time of
war and face the thunder of their
guns with that unfailing spirit so
truly characteristic of American
heroism, can scarcely comprehend
all that the efficiency of our Terri-'
torial Militia portends. The orders
are issued under section 14 and 15
of the act of Congress entitled "An
Act to Promote the Kfficiency of
the Militia, lite." Fvery citizen,
firm or corporation in Hilo who has
in his employ one or more members
of Comnanv J) should be onlv too
United States and from New York by j ,a(1 rekase j full for
mi) steamship line to all Huropcau ports. . -
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co,
KING ST., HILO
is ready for business
Good Machinery. Sleam Power.
Ol'I'ICU AND I.AUNDKY ON KINO
STKItKT llltl.OW TKIIIUNK Ol'I'ICU
GEO. MUMBY PROP.
the time required for the purposes
of this encampment, and thus aid
Col. J. W. Jones, who commands
the regiment generally, and Capt.
Win. A. Fetter of Hilo, who com
mands Company D, in their effort
to make the militia of this Terri
tory, and Company D in particular,
second to no organized militia under
our glorious flag.
It is to be hoped that every indi
vidual, firm or corporation inter
icsted will take this sentiment to
I himself and cheerfully help in the
manner suggested, that this first
encampment under the control of
our Federal Government may be a
thorough and unbounded success.
Madrid, May 15. The improved
financial condition of the country
I has led the Government to con
jsider great additions to the army
1 and navy. Ten battleships are de
sired and an addition of one army
j corps to the regular establishment.
LOAN HILL KKADY.
Wlinrvcs Will Clot 400,000 Provi
sions Matlo Tor insane Aysluin.
Honolulu, May 15. When the
House meets this morning it
will be to find ready for action
the loan bill. The committee
having the matter in charge has
made the practically final agree
ment upon the figures, though these
will not be known exactly until the
final gathering this morning.
It is understood that in round
figures there will be $875,000 for
Territorial use, and this will leave
about $1,420,000 for the Islands at
large. This latter fund will be di
vided so as to give Oahu about
$750,000, the remainder being
placed in about this proportion:
Hawaii, $300,000; Maui, $170,000;
Kauai, $150,000. These are round
figures and are given only as ap
proximations of the results.
Of the purely Territorial funds
there will be several figures over
which there are sure to be fights in
the House and in the Senate as
well. Thus, the allotment for
wharves here is $400,000 and for
dredging only $50,000, while some
of the most prominent local mem
bers will fight for $100,000. For
the insane asylum there will be
$75,000 and for the penitentiary
$10,000. The largest item outside
of the capital and public institutions
will be $30,000 for schools on Maui,
which it is understood will take
care of the buildings for I.ahaina-Ituia.
As soon as the House considers
the Territorial sums it is under
stood that time will be given for the
island contingents to get together
and thresh out their own appropriations,
foot Stuildiird Demi.
New York, N. Y., May
Richard Henry Stoddard, the poet,
is dead. Stoddard was a native of
Massachusetts, bom July 2, 1825.
He has been prominent in the lit
erary life of New York since 1849,
when his first volume, "Foot
prints," was brought out. He
served as literary editor of the New
York World and later of the New
York Mail and Fxpress.
TWO DAYS OF SPORT
FRIDAY, July 3
At 1:30 o'clock P,M. with a grand
CONGRESS OF COWBOYS
At Hoolulu Park.
Riding Bucking Bronchos for Championship of
Territory and Purse of $100.
Roping and Tying Steers for Championship of
Territory and Purse of $25.
(Record now held by Jos. Stevens of Houokaa.)
This novel exhibition will be the grandest and
most exciting ever presented to a Hilo audi
ence. Many features of a Wild West per
formance will be introduced.
7:30 P.M. Friday and 7:30 P.M. Saturday
and VAUDEVILLE by
B. P. O. E. 759
Introducing the latest Topical Songs, Ballads
and Comic Sayings.
Everything Fresh and Original,
PLEASE COUNT THEM"
Saturday, July 4
At 10 A.M. will begin the ceremony of
BREAKING GROUND for the
The first sod will be turned with a golden spade.
Oratory I Song 1 1 Music I ! !
To be followed at n o'clock by a
GRAND FREE BARBECUE
Whole oxen roasted on spits and served to the
people free of charge. Come and bring your
1:30 P.M. at
The following events will occur under the direc
tion of the Fourth of Jul' Committee :
BASEBALL AND POLO
1. One-lmlf Mile D.ish, free for all. Purse SI BO
f 35 of purse to second horse.
2. One-half Mile, free for all Hawaiian bred. Purse IOO
J15 of purse to second horse.
3. One Mile Trot or Pace, free for all, best two in three
Holmes' Cup and Purse 200
$50 of purse to second horse.
4. Five-eighths Mile, free for all. Purse , 1 50
f 2$ of purse to second horse.
5. One-half Mile, Japanese owned and ridden. Purse ,.. 75
f. 15 of purse to second horse.
6. One Mile, free for nil. Ililo Mercantile Cup and Purse I DO
fi5 of purse to second horse.
7. Three-tpiarter Mile Dash, Hawaiian bred. Purse IOO
J15 of purse to second horse.
8. One Mile Dash, free for all. Pursy 2BO
fis of purse to second horse if only three start ; $150 added
to purse provided Carter Harrison, Wellcr, Aggravation and
Racine Murphy start, with $50 of purse to second horse.
9. One Mile Gentlemen's Driving Race. Purse 25
$ 25 of purse to second horse.
10. Three-ciuartcr Mile Dash, free for all. Purse 50
t JS f P"e to second horse.
11. One Mile Dash, Japanese owned and ridden. Purse 75
TERMS Three to enter: three to start in every race. F.ntries
close ot 12 o'clock noon THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903; scratches must be
made before 9 o'clock FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1903. F.ntry fee, ten per cent of
purse. No stall rent except to winners.
All entries to be made to A. M. WILSON, Volcano Stables.