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FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda May 8
Sonoma May 20
KAYAHK IIUI.UAIIIAN UUUllKK.
Vlllinccs Hazed After liilinlillnitt
Arc I'ut to Htrortl Inliumlinclj.
Vicuna, Austria, June 28. The
Turkey - Hulgarla situation has
reached an acute stage. Bulgaria
is preparing to issue a strong pro
test to the powers, fearing that the
Turks will so act that serious inter
nal consequences may follow in
Bulgaria. Turkish troops are be
ing massed in many sections of
IJIjY I'KUK'S WIM
As put on the market by
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White Rock Mineral Snrinu
Company of Waukesha, Wis
consin, a number of oor imita
tions hnve liccn offered to the
public, and we herew ith beg to
caution all consumers of AVhiu
Hock Water not to be misled by
offerings of an article bearing a
Alameda May 291 northern European
Ventura June 10, small bauds of troops arc persecut
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razing the villages.
And of greatly 'inferior quality
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& CO., LIMITED
sierra July 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 arc prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through TickOtS by any railroad
from San Prancisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to all Kuropean ports.
Por further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO. Props.
Ule Shape, Cut fair and Shampoo
at Ect'Eivc Rates.
We also take particular pains.with Chil
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Manukactukkrs and Dkai.kks in
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Nitrate of Soda,
High Grade Tankage.
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Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we guarantee
to be correct.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE.
The Turks have brought large
numbers of soldiers and munitions
of war to Salouica, and are moving
these further up country to advan
tageous positions in northern Mace
donia and Turkey to be ready in
case of war.
TO OKCIHVK CZAK.
The Desperate Condition or Affairs In
New York, June 6. A cable to
the Sun from London says: A
curious explanation of the expulsion
of the correspondent of the London
Times from St. Petersburg throws
light upon the almost desperate in
ternal situation in the Russian
empire. The Czar is a sovereigh
with the best intentions and liberal
views, but he is unable to enforce
his liberal policy within his own
dominions. He does not possess
force of character necessary to con
trol his advisers, and they find it
necessary to convince him of the
necessity of enforcing the tyrannical
policy which they advocate.
Their method of overcoming his
conscientious scruples has been
elaborate and mendacious misrepre
sentation. The principal foreign
journal which the Czar insists upon
reading regularly is the London
Times. That uewspaper has been
moderate but persistent in exposing
Russian perfidy in Manchuria,
Russian tyranny in Finland and
Russian atrocity in KishinefT. It
became impossible, even by flat
denials, to explain away the Times'
The bureaucrats, in exasperation,
resorted to the foolish expedient of
expelling the paper's correspondent
in order, as they themselves de
clared, "to read the Times a les
son." They could not have made
a more stupid blunder, and it will
not require long to make this clear
even to their benighted understand
ing. Meantime evidence, accumu
lates that the domestic affairs of
Russia are fast approaching a con
dition quite intolerable.
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.
To Close Southern Route to Chinese.
Washington, June3. The Treas
ury Department is taking steps to
draw the lines tighter along the
Mexican border, to prevent the
unlawful entrance of Chinese. This
is done in view of the importation
of Chinese laborers at Manzanillo
by the uew China Commercial
"We believe all the chinks are
closed up along the border," said
Acting Commissiouer-Gencrel Lar
ned to-day, "but we are taking
extra steps in order to be sure. As
soon as Commissioner-General Sar
gent returns, further arrangements
will be made for patrolling the
Mexican border. Not many Chi
nese will get over that Hue."
Saloon License Revoked,
.Seattle (Wash.) June 3. At a
meeting of the Chamber of Com
merce here to-day Mayor Croxtou
of Bremerton gave his assurance
that at the meeting of tlie Bremer
ton Council Saturday night it will
revoke all saloon licenses now out
In return the Chamber voted to
extend every aid to Bremerton to
persuade the officials at Washington
to revoke the order directing that
no more ships be sent to the Ptiget
Sound Navy Yard for repairs.
riillllp nml .Solomon I'eck Named us
Honolulu, June 29. Petition for
probate of the will of Kli Peck,
deceased, is filed. Philip Peck of
Hilo, and Solomon Peck of Hono
lulu, brothers of deceased, are the
Ely Peck died at San Prancisco
011 June s, leaving estate in Hono
lulu ol value and character as I
Land on Vineyard street with
buildings thereon, $30,000.
Fifty-nine shares Pioneer Mill
Co., 100 shares in E. Peck & Co.;
33 shares in Olaa Sugar Co.; cash
in Bishop's bank; furniture and
personal effects. The foregoing
valued at $10,000.
Deceased was unmarried and his
hcirs-at-law and next of kin are as
Phillip Peck, brother, aged 64, at
Solomon Peck, brother, aged 60,
Four minor children of Herman
Peck, a brother, residing at Berlin,
Sara Radium, niece, aged 30, at
Four children (adults) of Sofia
Kuttner, a deceased sister, residing
at Berlin, Germany.
Augusta Moses, aged 40, niece,
residing at Chicago.
Two children (adults) of Stmon
Peck, deceased brother, residing in
Four children (adults) of Moritzy
Peck, sometimes called Moritz
Peck, deceased brother; three re
siding in New York and one in
Adolph Peck, aged 30, at Chi
cago. Ruza Rathensteiu, aged 30, niece,
at New York.
Behrendt Peck, aged 30, nephew,
at Gotha, Germany.
Phillip and Solomon Peck are
named as executors without bonds.
Ely Peck's will, dated April 26,
1903, bequeaths Phillip Peck,
$10,000; Solomon Peck, $10,000;
Dons Peck, $5,000; children of
Herman Peck, share and share
alike, $5,000; Sara Radium, $3,
000; Sara Radium's children, $3,-
000; bona Kuttner's children, $2,
000; Simon Peck's children, $1, 500;
Moritz Peck's children, $2,000;
Robert Peck's children, $1,500;
Samuel, brother-in-law, of Prussia,
$250; residue of estate to Phillip
and Solomon Peck.
Honolulu, June 23. Walter E.
Wall and Edith Louise Dietz
were married in St. Andrew's
Cathedral last evening, the Rev.
Alexander Mackintosh officiating.
The Cathedral choir sang the mar
riage hymns, Mrs. Folsom presid
ing at the organ.
The church was tastefully de
corated for the ceremony. Mem
bers of the families of the contract
ing parties occupied the front pews.
Justice A. Perry of the Supreme
Court was best man and Miss Mar
garet Dietz, sister of the bride, was
maid-of-honor. Little Camille Raas
and Muriel Howard were flower
girls. Dr. Alfred Wall, Olaf Soreu
sou, Lee Austin and R. B. Booth
were the ushers.
The bride was given away by her
father, Gerhard Dietz. The lady
wore a beautiful trousseau of moils
selaine de soie over liberty satin,
made by Mrs. Frazier.
After the ceremony the newly
married couple took the train for
Haleiwa, where they will spend a
week's honey-uioon. The young
people will then return to town to
take up housekeeping at Makiki.
Kiel, Germany, June 29. A
feature of today's events at the
naval maneuvers was contests be
tween ship's boats of the various
squadrons. The races between the
American ships were won by the
Chicago's cutter and the San Fran
SiilYittlor Will Settle.
Washington, June 3. It is learn
ed here that final steps have been
taken toward a settlement of the
award of $1,000,000 by the arbit
ration committee in the case of El
Triunfo, an American corporation,
whose franchises were adjudged to
have been invalid by the Salva
Russian Troops In Korea.
Seoul, Korea, June 28. Russian
troops have crossed the border line
and are now in Korean territory.
The government has great fears as '
to what the outcome of this move I
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
Territorj' and Purse of $100.
Roping and Tying Steers for Championship of
Territory and Purse of $25.
(Record now held hy Jns. Stevens of Honoknn.)
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
4Q-STAR ARTISTS 40
Introducing the latest Topical Songs, Ballads
and Comic Sayings.
Everything Fresh and Original.
ONLY FORTY yf f
PLEASE COUNT TH ErVfHJ
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.
Oratory ! Song ! 1 Music ! ! 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 Mile Dash, free for nil Purse $ 50
25 of purse to .second horse.
3. One-half Mile, free for all Huwaii'iin bred. Purse IOO
f 15 of purse to second horse.
3. One Mile Trot or Pace, free for all, best two in three
Holme')' Cup and Purse 200
$$o ol purse to second horse.
4. Five-eighths Mile, free for all. Purse 150
$ 25 of purse to second horse.
5. One-half Mile, Japanese owned and ridden. . Purse '. 75
15 of purse to second hoise.
6. One Mile, free for all. Hilo Mercantile Cup nnd Purse 50
J35 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. Purse 20O
$35 of purse to second horse if only three start ; $i5ondded
to purse provided Carter Harrison, Weller, Aggravation and
Racine Murphv start, with $50 of purse to second horse
9. One Mile Oentlemen'n Driving Race. Purse IZU
f 35 of purse to second horse.
10. Three-quarter Mile Dash, free for nil. Purse 5Q
f 35 of purse to second horse.
11. One Mile Dash, Japanese owned and ridden. Purse 75
TERMS Three to enter: three to start in every race. Kutries
close at 13 o'clock noon THURSDAY, JUIA' 2, 1903; scratches must be
made before 9 o'clock PRIDAY, JUIA' 3, 1903, Jjntry fee, ten per cent of
purse. No stall rent except to winners.
All entries to be made to A. M. WILSON, Volcano Stables.
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