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FRIDAY, JUNK 19, 9.V Kulcitd Bt the Postoffice at Hilo, Ha waii, as second-class matter PUIIUSIIKD KVKKY PKIDAYj I.. W. HAWORTH - Editor. OUR WANTS AND NEEDS. Whoever is the successor of II IS. Cooper in the Department of Public Works, he must not forget, immediately after his appointment that he is due in Ililo. He will find upon consulttmr the archives of his office that all and every one of his predecessors have visited Hilo and with painful minuteness inquired into the wants and needs of the people. The new Superin tendent will be given a welcome eaual to that extended to those who have come upon this errand before. Hilo's needs are exactly the same as they were when the first grand stand inquiry was made some twenty years ago. But the new man must not think he will be ex cused, should he omit this old fashioned way of proving that Hilo and Hawaii are not forgotten. We like to tell our troubles face to face. The new official would find Front street still crooked; Bridge street still unextended; bridges still con demned to. innocuous desuetude, etc., etc. If it were figuted out what it has cost the Territory to send officials over to this- island to "talk straight with the people and find out their wants and needs," the sum would probably be enough to repair the Volcano Road. Company D. came out of the competition at Honolulu with a most commendable showing. They were second in drill, only to Com pany F, the crack Company of the National Guard of Hawaii. They were first in neatnessand clean liness of quarters. The Hilo-Com-pany has always been a popular organization in this city and its showing at Honolulu will add to its prestige. ST. JUDY'S SUIIUOI.. KxcrrUui nt the KIkMcmmiIIi Annunl J (!lolng of tlin Vcnr. I Following is Uic program of the closing exercises nt St. Mary's School today nt Hjop. in. - -- - I Chorus "Cliecrfulncss" School Choir AdilruM...T...-.f.RT...n... H. Vielta , Chorus "Johnny Smoker" Chorus "Hum Sons" Class I Recitation "The Bread Winners" , Seven Hoys Solo "Tile Little Frog" Fr. FranSa Recitation "The New Hats"..Sevcn Hoys Soto "God Mess Yoli" M. Sessentn Recitation "The S.dt Trlck.J. O'Ronrke The. Illlo Curbstone Hand Solo and Chorus "The Dwarf" IS. C. Robertson Chorus "The Blacksmith" Class II Dialogue "The Lazy Hoy's Dream Seven Hoys Solo and Chorus "A Social Drink" Dialogue "Baseball" 1 Knoka, I.iloa, Kapela Chorus "Jingle Hells" Dialogue "Hard of Hearing" Aiotta, Silva, Mataki Solo "The Mousie" J. Moore DinloL'uc "The New Society" UiiOKa rrcsmciu The Berlin Baud Collection for the benefit of the school Valedictory W. Aioua Toast "Long May She Live" Address Rev. Father Oliver You 'yw May Need TMitttlWv I For outs Burns Bruises fi tt it c inre, nt, Then' ONLY ONE cramps Diarrhoea All Bowol Compants nd qntclc remedy, "FtahtXAWv Perry Davis'. Two sizes, Sic. and 60c. W'' For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY. Thr assassination of the King and Queen of Servia does not indi cate a revival of medieval civil ser vice methods, so much as it indi cates to what depths modern inter national politics can descend. Put Servia beyond the sphere of con tending influences and her people would govern themselves so well that they would never be heard of. Hear Dem Bells. Island Freight. , The schooner Woodbury left Hilo Wed nesday with the following cargo for Lau- pahochoc, Pnnulinu, Kawaihac and Ho nolulu: Twelve cords of wood, 12.041 ft. of lumber, 1 drum gasoline, no bales of hay, 25 l)bl. eminent, 35 1)1)1. lime, 7 casks wine, II 1)D1. Deer, 2 tuos saice, 11 cs. powder, 20 bdls. lath, 2 pkgs. tobacco, 102,015 Ihs. mdse. . . The (ilorlous Fourth. Fizz! Boom I Hang! I'm the Fourth of July! Horn in a Blaze of Glory . I can tell the story, And not half try. Of how that Kagle soared, When the Big Lion roared, And then with o swoop ,- And a wild warwhoon. Come down like a wolf on the fold, , And got a tail hold On Mr. Lion, and with a twist , Of its clawey fist It made that animal howl, Did our noble fowl. And I can say, How the Star Spangled Banner Liberty's grand hozauua, Lohl' mav she wave O'er the laud of the free and the home of the brave, Swept by sea and land, As the patriot band Marched to the rattle Of muskets in battle; , Or side by side JjUllered and died, Oh. I know the things The Foet sings, Hut let me tell With n whoop and a yell, How it was when we Got the victory That made men free. Fizz! Boom! Hang! THE VOLCANO HOUSE Special rates by week and month to 1SLAHD PEOPLE AND PARTIES The sulphur steam baths have been entirely remodeled and a new cabinet added, making the finest steam baths in the country. A new tennis court, a new croquet ground and target range have been equipped. The main building lias been entirely renovated. Address: ST. CLAIR BIDCOOD Manager TiutKK is no use wasting words on the subject; but the simple truth is that if there are any people on this island who are hungry for en tertainment or diversion, they cau have their money's worth by com ing to Hilo July 4. The man who says there's nothing doing in Ha waii must either come to Ililo or shut up. 'A. Tin; epidemic of dengue fever in Hilo shows no signs of abate ment. The vexatious microbe re sponsible for this malady is evident ly no respecter of persons and plays no favorites. The only thing how ever to be said in behalf of the dengue species of microbe is that it is seldom fatal. Let everything fly Sky high On the Fourth of July! And, boys, Fill the whole world with noise; And wave the Hag, Some few Don't like the hullabaloo; But turn it on At the early dawn, And let it go Till the sun is low; For deep within the howl and baloo Lies the spirit that pulled us through, The brave old spirit finding tongue In the wild huzz as of our manly young, And growing in strength as the years go by; That's why I'm glad I'm the Fourth of July! And that's what Will save this notion from going to pot That's me, Sec? Make room Foi the Fizz Bang, Boom! New York Sun. Tint big luau on the Haili church lawn, the -presencc-of the Queen and Hawaii's delegate will be one of the best attractions of Fourth of July week. CANTOR The San Frautisco Milli ner, is in town with a full line of strictly high-class Millinery 1 an( . Trimmings L TURNER &C(h Tint FIRST BANK OF HILOJ l.lMiTlll). Incorporated Uudqr the Laws, of the I Territory 01 Hawaii. . CAPITAL, f2oo,ooa PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO. P. I'KCK President. C C. KKNNHDY A.VIce-Prei. JOHN T. MOIK.jiu1 Vice-I'rcs C. A. STOMlt Canliler A. 1. BUTTON Secretary. DIKKCTOR81 J.S.Cattarlo, John J. Grace, J. S. t.yinaii, H, V. Patten, Wm, Pultar, W. II. Slitpman. FLAGS SILK FLAGS HAWAIIAN FLAGS BUNTING FLAGS, 6 to 12 Feel FLACS OF ALL NATIONS 'MOSS PAPER FESTOONING WREATHS HORSE PLUMES, SHIELDS L?ruv ISxclipnrre on Honomjmj The Bank of .Hawaii, Ltd. San Fkancisco Wells Fargo & Co.Bank Nitw York Wells Fargo & Go's Bank. London Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co. Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Cor poration: Hongkong. China; Shang liai, China; Yokohama, Japan; Hiogo, Japan. Solicits the accounts of firms, corpora tions, trusts, individuals, and will prompt ly and carefully attend tdall business con nected with banking entrusted to it. Sells and purchases Foreign Exchange, issjes Letters of Credit. . 1 Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd. WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES . Par- Rented by the Month or Year. ' . ticutars on Application. yit.titLam4,mmtiky Watches and Jewelry REPAIRED ALL KINDS OF JIJWKLUY MADE TO ORDER AT M. J. De Gpuvea's Jewelry Store JAS. M. SEAMANS, the well known watchmaker, is to be found here, and will turn out all wdrk in .up-to-date mauuer. ALL WORK. GUARANTEED. BRIDCE STREET Opposite rcacock'& Co., - HILO Fire Insurance Atlas Insurance Co. ASSETS OVER $12,000,000. . ... London & Lancashire FircMns. Co. ASSETS OVER $9,000,000. Gorman-American Insurance Co. ASSEES" OVER $10,000,000. National Fire Insurance Co. . ASSETS OVER $6,000,000. Niagara Fire Insurance Co. ASSETS OVER $3,000,000. Westchester Fire Insurance. Co. ASSETS OVER $3,000,000. Losses promptly paid by these leading companies. . , A.H.JACKSON AUENT WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO mvmwmmmvmmwwn Oceanic 53 Company The auction hale, of liorses'by R. W. Jones in Hilo on the morning of July 4, is not intended as a counter nttrnctiou to the sod-turning. The dry bones, if there are any in Ililo will be soundly shaken up July 4. Hear Dem Hells. Geo. Duucker sometime Tigo s? iit-siiu-ples of Hawaiian beach sand to German makers of lrnrd building brick and tile. 11 y a recent boat Mr. Duncker recti eil a fine many colored piece o( floor tile, made from the band. . It is as hard us vitrified brick and the finish is as fine as if made from highest class clays. Mr. Duucker lielieves le has solved one hide of the building material problem and will for ward tnor&bund-trv(jertiiuiiy for further experiment, I Buy Your Tickets S The box sheet for the lELKS'l I MINSTREL SHOW 1 S will be opened at The z s Owl Drug Store on 2 j Monday, June 22, 3 E at 10 o'clock A.M., for the sale of reserved scats ? TICKETS, - $1.50 3 g and $1.00 2 ltf.iuiuiu.iuu.iiiUMiuii.iiis: ..The-i ELITE LAUNDRY KING ST., HILO is ready for business Good Machinery. Steam Power. Experienced Ironers. ...... OPI'ICK AND LAUNDRY ON KINO STRltKT llltl.OW TRIDUNK Ol'I'ICH Tolophono 185 GEO. MUMBY PROP. Notice. Notice is hereby given that Wong Sing Clio & Co., a partnership doing bus iness as general merchants at Olaa, Ha waii, II. T., have made a voluntary assign ment to to the undersigned for the benefit of their creditors, The creditors of mid firm are hereby requested to file their claims with the unilei signed and any an tJ all persons indebted to the said Wong Sing Clio it Co., are requested to piy the same without delay, AH HII Assignee of Wong Sing Clio & Co. I.Klti.oN!) & Smith, Attorneys lor Assignee. Hilo, May 20, 1903. 303 Time Table The steamers of this line will ar rive and leave this port as here under:. FROM SAN FRANCISCO. Alameda May 8 Sonoma May 20 Alameda May 29 Ventura June-io Alamedai June 19 Sierra ......... July 1 Alameda n July 10 Sonoma -July 22 FOR SAN FRANCISCO. Alameda May 13 Ventura May 19 Alameda June 3 Sierra June 9 Alameda June 24 1 SonOma June 30 Alameda July 15 Iti connection with the sailing of the above ste'amers the agents are prepared to issue, to intending passengers Coupon Through Tickets by any railroad from Sail I'raucisco to all points in the United States, and front New York by nil bteamship line to all European ports, l'or further particulars apply to Wm (TV Irwin A. Ctn ! w -w w H I.IMITIiD General Agents Oceanic S S. Co. Union Barber Shop. GARCIA & CANAUIO, Props. ROBERT INNES LILLIE WHOLKSALK COMMISSION MERCHANT AND HKOKKK. Exporter of Island Produce. Hooks Kept and Audited. Room 1, Spreckels' block, Hilo Tor Sale. "T At Mountain View Fruit Orchaids: Fresli imported cows, small bull calves for raising, geese, fresh home nude butter, canary birds. Inquire Hilo Drug Store. Uk. Shave, Cut fiair and Shampoo at net-Live Hates. We also take particular pains with Chil dren's Huircuttiug. IlUILDINR, Walauueuue St. Property to Lease for a Term of Years At'Mountain View, elevation 1500 feet, fronting Volcano Road, close to the railroad station. Area 100 acres, o( which Twenty acres is first rattoou cane field properly cleared and plowed. Ten acres Hawaiian oranges 4 years old. Nine acres Puna limes 3 to 4 years old. Five acres imported grafted citrus fruit (oranges, mandarines, lemons) in bearing. Two acres grafted fruit and oranges in bearing. - Two acres limes and mandarines nearly bearing. Fifteen acres 5 year old coffee Hawaiian. Three acres Chinese bananas partly in bearing plowed land. One acre pine apples in bearing. One-fourth acre furniture bamboo imported varieties. One-fourth acre vegetable garden plowed land. One acre of flower garden. i Four acres of fenced pasture. n . Five acres of cleared land ready to be planted. The rest of laud is forest. One 9-room dwelling house with broad, glazed verandah. One 2-room separate cottage and verandah. One thirty foot building, comprising drying house, and rooms for servants. Two large water tanks, stables and cattle bams, several sheds, large chicken yard. No rocks except one corner often acres. The rest of soil four to six feet deep. itfefc t Healtlry locality. Marine and ufouiitiiiii view. "Hilo towifriiiii'porf within one hour by railroad, running three times n day. Freight charges $2.25 a ton. Telephone on the premises. Postoffice, railroad station aiid stores within five minutes walk. Supplies and provisions brought to the door. Ilcsides this ond together with it, or separate. 200 acres of partly im proved hind at 22-iniles trail, to-wit: Ohia lots Nos. 306, 307, 321, 322 will be leased. The lessee may acquire such personal property on the premises as he desires to retain at reasonable prices horses, cattle, furniture, fowls.ietc. For further information address SPRECKELS' DR. N. RUSSEL BLOCK, HILO, HAWAII THK Hilo Bakery Vwowd WnkmmmM nWJW"WbWWNU Makes Finest Dread. Fresli Rolls and Duns always o hand : : : Ice Cream for families Wedding and Party Calics a Specialty Uncle Sam's Cigar Store Walanuonuo Stroot O. - - - HAWAII Vt 0lf WiyYaii.: ilSfc. jssssEap" $20 Belt for $5. "Dr.Alden'ti Clcilrlc Ucll." Warrantul L'eiiuliH'. Not a to) No hutubuK It curt, without ilruipi Circular. tri--. Sent by mall on reirli.t ol $5. Try Klectrlclly. NoAitenU. riEKCC 3tI,rCTEICCo 200 rot St . SN fKANCISCO CM., r 3J Melt LMth Street, MWY0KK N Y. X wmwa WBH mmrmrm