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To the great popularity nntl
sterling (jiinlilifs of
As put on tlic market by the
White RocW Mineral Spring
Couipitiy of Waukesha, Wis
consin, number of poor imita
tions have been offered to the
public, mid we herewith bee to
caution nil constituent of White
Rock Water not to be misled by
offerings of nn article bearing a
Ami of greatly inferior quality
& CO., LIMITED
The steamers of thte line will ar-
I rive mid leave this port n3 here-
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 8
Sonoma May 20
I Alameda Mav 20
Ventura i....June 10
Alameda June 19
Sierra July 1
1 1 Alameda July 10
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 steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through TSckotS by any railroad
from San Prnncisco to all points in the
United States, nud from New York by
on) steamship line to nil Kuropenn ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO. Props.
01 c Shave, Cut fiair and Shampoo
at Let-Live Kates.
We also take particular pains with Chil
J. C. Ohlandt,
J. A. Uuck
C. II. Uuck
N. OHLANDT & CO.
AlANUFACTURlWS AND DKAI.KKB IN
OP Eoertj Description.
Keporls From nil Purls of Group
Shows (Irucriil Providence.
Honolulu, June 20. Dengue
fever has made a complete occupa
tion of this group, according to the
reports of government physicians
for May. In the column under the
question, in the tabulated returns:
"Has there been any one disease
unusually prevalent in the district,
land if so whal-was it?" Affirnin-
Itive answers are given by Dr. IJ.'I'.
Sundow for Waimea, Kauai, by Dr.
I Dr. Thomas McMillan for Waianae,
I Oahii, by Dr. A. Mouritz for lee
! ward Molokai, by Dr. R. J. McGct-
tigan for Hana, Maui by Dr. If D.
Bond for North Kohalti and Dr. J.
Atcherley for South Kohala, Ha
waii,, by Dr. W. B. Deas for North
Kona and South Kona, Hawaii,
j and by Dr. C. L. Stow for South
Hilo, Hawaii all mentioning den
I gue as the prevalent malady. There
were 130 cases in Hana, 75 in Wai
mea, 54 in North Kona and 33 in
Dr. Charles Davison for Laliaina
says the dengue has died out there.
Whooping cough is reported pre
valent in Kihei and Kula. Maui, by
Dr. R. H. Dinegar, and in Koloa
and Lihue, Kauai, by Dr. K. S.
Goodhue under the name "pertus
Influenza is reported by Dr. W.
If. McConkey for Makawao and Dr.
Bond for North Kohala.
Dr. R. G. Curtis notes typhoid
! fever as the chief trouble' in Olaa,
but with only' four cases. Fever is
I mentioned, though not as unusually
I prevalent, in Koloa and Ijhtie
'already mentioned; "in Waialua,
Oahu, by Dr. H. Wood; in leeward
I Molokai, Kihei and Kula, in North
jHilo by Dr. Fred. Irwin, in Olaa,
J and in Kau by Dr. L. S. Thomp
Only two doctors have recom
mendations to offer. Dr. Dinegar
thinks children infected with whoop
ing cough ought to kept out of
school, and he had given orders
accordingly in his district.
Dr. Davison of Laliaina sounds a
war cry against the Christian Scien
" I wish the Government would
seriously consider the subject of
Christian Science. They are doing
a greatMiarm in this district. The
leaders are fanatics and they arc
rapidly demoralizing our Hawaiian
people. I wish their church in
Laliaina to be closed. If necessary
I can give further details."
Hone Meal, I Hoof Meal, '
Sulphate of Potash, Muriate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia, Nitrate of Soda,
Alaska Fish Sera), Double Superphosphate
High Grade Tankage.
127 Market Street. uAN rKANuluuU, bAL Indiana 4 Yolo StsJ
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to be correct '
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE.
To call your attention to a new collection of
Hawaiian Songs just published by us entitled
"SONGS OF HAWAII"
This collection contains a number of old Songs
and Hulas never previously published. This
book is beautifully illustrated. Price $1.50
postpaid. Order direct of the
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Honolulu
Box 576, Honolulu, T. H.
Terry to Honolulu.
Captain White, acting coniman
ant of the Naval Station, was ad
vised by cable today of the appoint
ment of Rear Admiral Silas W.
Terry to be commandant at the
Honolulu Naval Station. No de
tails as to the time of the new com
mandant taking command here
The appointment of Admiral
Terry to this port is regarded as
very significant. He is at present
the commandant of the Washington
Navy Yard. Recently he was
ordered detached from that position,
said detachment to take effect July 1.
Admiral Terry's appointment to
this station is made, it is thought,
in connection with the future plans
of the department regarding the
construction of the navy yard at
Pearl Harbor. He has been close
to the head officials of the depart
ment in Washington and is familiar
with their ideas and intentions
regarding the establishment of the
naval base in the Hawaiian Islands.
His transfer to the Honolulu station
has unquestionably been dictated
1 by the desire of the department to
have some one intimately acquaint
ed with its wishes, in charge of the
extensive work that is to be under
taken shortly at Pearl Harbor.
Inasmuch as Admiral Terry's
detachment dates from July 1 it is
highly probable that he will arrive
I iu Honolulu the latter part of next
I month to take command.
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WttSlnuglon, u. j., june 10;
Chief Clerk Kimball has been ap
pointed temporary head of the
Postoffice money order department
1 in place of James T. Metcalf, who
I was yesterday dismissed for irre
gularities in connection withdepart
! ment contracts,
nkw sti:i2l nti:ami:h.
Wilder S. M. Co. II us l'liifcil Onli-r
for Ncn Vcxirl. 1
Wilder's Steamship Company '
will the first of next year make a
notable addition to its fleet. Presi-1
dent Charles I,. Wight, on his re
cent visit to the Coast, placed nn '
order with the Union Iron Works!
of San Francisco for the construe-'
tion of a new steel steamship. ,
This vessel is to be built upon
the model of Wilder's steamer Kai
ulani, these being the dimensions: J
Length 134 feet, beam thirty leet,
depth of hold twelve feet six inches. 1
She will have a carrying 'capacity '
of something more than 400 tons j
dead weight, net. Her contract
speed will be 9 knots when the
vessel is half loaded at sea. j
The new steamer is designed I
especially 'for the Molokai route,
with passenger accommodations to
give perfect satisfaction from a sani
tary point of view. There will be
five staterooms for first-class pas
Hoisting gear will be installed
like that in the rest of the Wilder
fleet, which, it is noteworthy, has
been copied in the great freight
boats of the Hawaiian-American
Steamship Co. This type of gear
was designed by President Wight
and Captain Johnson, superintend
ing engineer of the company..
The steamer will be ready in
1904. Her name will be selected
in the meantime. The cost of the
vessel is $90,000.
Chinese Deposits Alright.
Honolulu, June 20. Enough
Chinese fund depositors have pre
sented their claims to Secretary
Carter now to make it possible to
judge whether the accounts were
straight, and there are no indica
tions aside from the $800 shortage
that matters were not kept right by
Wray Taylor, who had the fund in
charge. The opportunities for
wrongful disbursement of the fund
were quite good and when Taylor's
$800 shortage was repotted the pre
diction was made that an examina
tion of the fund and the accpunts
connected with it would disclose
The Chinese, however, have been
coming in by hundreds, and in only
a couple of cases, explainable by
natural errors, or frauds on the
part of the Chinese, has it been
found that the money owned by
Chinese has been drawn by others
than those entitled to the coin.
"Aside from the shortage at first
found, after the departure of Taylor,
there are no signs of irregularities,"
said Secretary Carter.
There are no more crowds about
the Secretary's office now, but the
number of claimants represented is
as large as ever. The mails from
other islands bring passbooks by
the hundreds, with assignments to
other parties for collection here.
There are enough books and ap
plications on file now to keep the
office busy till Friday next if no
more come in.
Helen Uiiriloiier at Honolulu.
Honolulu, June 20. Among the
passengers on the American Marti
arriving yesterday were Col. and
Mrs. S. A. Day who are to stop off
in Honolulu for a couple of weeks.
Mrs. Day is a well known novelist
and wr'ter on sociological subjects
under the name of Helen M. Gar
dener. She is on a tour of the
world, with her husband, Col. Day,
to whom she was married about a
year ago. Mrs. Day has written
"The Unofficial Patriot" and much
on scientific and sociologcal sub
jects, but illness has prevented
work on her part for the past few
Colonel Day was the first man to
raisi the American colors in Porto '
Rico, and after the war he was iu .
charge of the artillery corps there, j
l.ni'h't I'lio In Sim rmiu'lsuo.
San Francisco, June 19. The (
store of Cunningham, Curtiss &
Welch caught fire today and caused I
a loss of $100,000. Cunningham, !
Curtiss & Welch (incorporated) are '
importers and jobbers dealing iu
books and stationary and were lo-,
cated at 321-325 Sansome street.
Samuel IJ. Welch is president of
the concern; Kdwiu B. Curtiss,
vice-president and Jacob Apple,
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 Jus. Stevens of Ilonokiin.)
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
40 STAR ARTISTS 40
Introducing the latest Topical Songs, Ballads
and Comic Sayings.'
Everything Fresh and Original.
"PLEASE COUNT THEM
Saturday, July 4
At io A.M. will begin the ceremony of
BREAKING GROUND for the
The first sod will be turned with a golden spade.
Oratoiy 1 Song ! ! Music 1 1 1
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 July Committee :
BASEBALL AND POLO
1. One-half Milt D.ish, free lor nil. l'nrse
$25 of purse to second horse.
a. One-half .Mile, free for nil Hawaiian hred. l'nrse
f 15 of purse to second horse.
3. One Mile Trot or Pace, free for all, best two in three
Holmes' Cup mid l'nrse
f50 ol purse to second horse.
4. l'lve-eighths Mile, free for nil. l'nrse 160
525 of purse to second horse.
5. One-lmlf Mile, Japanese owned nud ridden, l'nrse 75
$15 of purse to second horse.
6. One Mile, free for all. Hilo .Mercantile Cup and Purse 50
$25 of purse to second horse.
7. Three-quarter Mile Dash, Hawaiian bred. Purse IOO
15 of purse to second horse.
8. One Mile Dash, free for all. l'nrse
$25 of purse to second lioi-.u if only three btart ; $ 150 added
to purse provided Carter Harrison, Welter, Aggravation and
Hnciue Murpliv start, with $50 of purse to second horse
9. One Mile Gentlemen's Driving Race, l'nrse ,..
$ 25 of purse to second horse.
10. Three-quarter Mile D.lsh, free for nil. Purse
$25 of purse to second horse.
11. One Mile Dash, Japanese owned and ridden. Purse
TERMS Three to enter: three lo start iu every race.
close at 12 o'clock noon THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1903; scratches must be
made before 9 o'clock l'RIDAY, JULY 3, 1903. Kutry fee, ten per cent o:
purse. No stall rent except to winners.
All entries to he uiude to A. M. WILSON, Volcano Stables