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THK WEEKLY HILO. TlUfeUNK, HILO, HAWAII, FRIDAY, JUNK 17 HJ04.
FIRST BANK OF JiHCJ
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Tcrrltoiy of Hawaii.
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Rented by the Month 01 Year,
ticulars on Amplication.
.Open from 5 A.M. to tt l'.M.
At Moderate Trices.
Mixkjj and Fancy Drinks
Honolulu Primo Beer
Ten Cents a Glass
J. G. SERRAO,
Matson Navigation Go.
The only Direct Line between San l'ran-
Cisco and Hilo. Comprising the
following Past Sailers
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Bark ANNIE JOHNSON
Bark RODERICK DHU
Bark MARION CIIILCOTT
Ship FALLS OF CLYDE
Tug CHAS. COUNSELMAN
mil other Specially Chartered vessels
makes this trip with at least one of these
boats each month, carrying both Freight
I'or dates of sailing and terms,
no. D. SprecUols & Bros. Go,
327 Market St., San Prancisco.
R. T. GUARD. Agent,
Hil.o, Hawaii I
The Largest Importers of
Also, Dealers in D.ites, Oranges,
Apples Lemons, Limes, Potatoes,
Onions aud All Kinds of Nuts.
L. C. SRESOVICH CO.
Sin Francisco, - California
tvrrvvwvariswwjisi g innrwiygyg v
HACKS A SPECIALTY
STRICTLY FIRST-CLASS WORK
P.irmerh with Riverside Shop.
Po.iohaw ai and Volcano Sto
l""i,,",",r t,i ""aniim? school
dhm LVrllflcnlrs tiTLi'iinilng.
' A reptcentatlve gathering was present
at Haiti Church Tuesday evening to wit
lies the commencement exercises of the
Hilo Hoarding School, The graduating
clits-i occupied the front low upon the
platform, mid behind were banked the
Hoarding School idee club. Hon. 0. W.
i A. Hapal, representing the Trustees and
I Rev. C. A. Shield occupied seats, beside
l'rinciwl Levi C. Lyman, who presided.
Above the heads of the class upon a Ktsh
burner unq displayed the class motto
" Qui I'nit," which translated means
"He firm," and judged by the stolid,
sturdy appearance ol the young men who
were lauuc)it.d upon their careers of
yreatuess, the motto will be completely
The program was of exceptional merit.
The choruses by the class and glee club
were sueet and melodious. The essays
by tni'inhers of the class were well
rendered and showed a deep Insight into
weighty problems of capital, labor and
agriculture, besides a study of Hawaiian
history and literature. One of the mobt
interesting features ol the evening was
the making of a simple tabic by James
Kamnkaiwi, who with hammer, plane
and senate constructed before the
audience a substantial unit useful piece of
furniture, at the mine time explaining
J each step in the operation. Rev. C. lv.
Shields delivered the address to the
graduating class, taking for his subject
"High ideals." alter which Principal
Lyman in a few words presented the
school dip 0111119. The graduates were:
Class of 190.J S. Kaiapa Hurke, Jere
miah J. II. Joshua, Charles Kulaivaa,
James C. N. Kamahaiwi, David 11. Ken.
iChorm "When Thou Art Nigh"
I P. N. Shepperd
I Kssay "Capital and Labor'!
a. Kaeap i liurke
! "Small Farming in the Ha
waiian Islands". ....Jeremi ill Joshua
Chorus "Spin, Spin" Hugo Junst
Ivssay "Kaahumaua"..Charles Kalaiwaa
lissay "The Making of a Simple
Table" James Kamakaiwi
Declamation and Valedictory
Address Rev. C. P.. Shields
Chorus "Kaiulam" IMwards
Presentation of Certificates
Choius "The Spider mid The Ply"..
A. J. Caldicott
Mr. Shields spoke in part as follows:
"It is a pleasure for me to add some
wolds of congratulation 011 this occasion.
You have here brought to us your best
efforts 'is witness to the thoroughness of
the course of training which you now
complete. This is a day which you will
long remember. You stand at n point of
climax. While you huve tender feelings
of regret, nt the severing of the associa
tions which are now concluded, you have
also the satisfaction of accomplishment.
It is always a joy to look back upon work
well done. Hut you also look with ex-
I pectauey into the future. As you are full
of youth and energy, so is the future full
of hope. I pray that in after years you
may see those hopes come into glad frui
tion. Hnt remember that life can not
always be at its climax. Periods of effort
must precede the moment of success.
You must plan wisely and work earnestly
if you are to make life a blessing.
"Let me urge you tonight ever to set
before yoii pure and lofty ideals. We
may (all short of our ambitious in life;
but, believe me, we are not likely to sur
pass the ideals we set before us.
"Your very land is favorable to such
lofly conceptions. It has been said that
a liberty loving people find their home in
n mountainous country. Certain it Is
tliat rugged and geographically insiguifl
cml lauds have played their full part in
influencing the human race. Palestine
is small and mountainous, yet it was the
home of the most remarkable people of
history. Greece, the home of ancient art
and culture, consists of little more than
ruuged hills, deeply gashed by the raging
of the restless sea. Switzerland was I he
home of mediaeval liberty. Nestling be
neath the shadow of the towering alps,
her people felt
the silent influence of
their majestic presence, and there was
born the spirit which made her people
"You have your mountains, aud sea,
and plain. Let the restlessness of the
sea stimulate you to constant action, but 1
let your ideals find their type in the lofly
grandeur of Manna Kea, lift your eyes
unto the hills which point toward heaven,
and fix your ideals there.
"Not only ure you living in a land, but
you are living in a lime which calls for
'We are living, we are dwelling
In a grand ami awful time,
In an age on ages telling
To be living is sublime.'
"You are heirs of the great and good
frnm nil MititL Jn (rit II lif'i I i r n line li.ul
Illtit till iit;.n i" uvuv-itiviuil HUil lltlll
privileges equal to the p.esent. It is a
I lime of colossal movements. While we
wonder at one great achievement, we
I question concerning the next possibility.
I The present is bewildering, the beckon
I ing future is beyond our prophecy. Hut
! we are confident that it will bring forth
better things. Your own training is aus
picious. With Christian ideals before
you, -you have had both mind and hand
trained for the achievement of tiiose
things which nre worth while. And,
whulever your future, when you look to
the high ideals of life, you will have
cause for thanksgiving that your training
was received in 11 Christian school. Do
not forget, and do not dcsplc Its Chris
"He diligent to groilnd your character
on moral principle. Let your ideals,
like yonder mountain peak, be clad with
n mantle of spotless purity. No structure
rises with substantial permanence unless
it have n firm foundation. A few years
ago I watched the construction 01 one of
the modern sky scrapers in the city of
Cincinnati. Por months, workmen toiled
deep below the surface, carrying on their
excavations until they laid the founda
tion on the solid rock. Gradually it
lifted its nineteen or twenty stories above
the surrounding buildings. It was n
costly and beautiful structure, and its
strength lay in the solidity of Its founda
tion. Young men build your high ideals
on n foundation of sound moral principle.
If you do not so build it Is sure to fall.
Height will only add to the ruin if the
"Thegrcatncssof modem undertakings
only odds to the necessity for pure and
strong moral principle. It is needed in
business, in church, and in state. We
need the moral courage of Mr. Polk of
St. Louis, who has single handed fought
n great and organized system of corrup
tion in his city's politics. We need the
moral fiber cf Mr. Jerome, who hasdared ,
to face the Western Union Company and '
compel it to withdraw from illicit tele
graph connections with gambling house
In New York City.
'God give us mcnl The time demands
Clear heads, stout hearts, firm faith and
Men whom love of office will not kilt,
Men who have opinions and a will,
Men whom spoils of office cannot buy,
Men who huve honor, men who will not
"And, lastly, I need scarcely say to
you young men, that to a high ideal, and
a firm moral purpose there must be added
determined, effort, Remember that
'Heaven is not readied alasingle.bouud,
Hut we build the ladder by which we rise
Prom the lowly earth to the vaulted skies,
And we mount its summit round by
"You have often seen the clouds piled
about the summit of Mauna Kea until
they hide his features, and assume fan
tastic shapes which seem to rival his
grandeur. Hut easily assembled they arc
as easily dispersed by the currents of air
which gave them form. And whether
they be present or absent, the mountain
is the same. The forces of nature wrought
for centuries in the construction of this
imposing pile. Plow upon flow of lava
has added to its bulk, and built butresses
about jts base. Imagination fails to
grasp the mighty forces that have molded
it into form. Hut there it stands, a beau
tiful monument to those mighty and
"Young men strive to make your build
ing like the rugged but permanent walls
of Mauua Kea.
'Huild well what e'er you do,
Huild straight aud strong and true,
Huild clear aud high aud broad,
Huild for the eye of God.'
"With high ideals, moral purpose, and
determined effort, life cannot be a failure.
You do well to face the future with con
fidence, and with hope. He firm, and, in
the day of proof, you will be found like
unto the 'wise man who built his house
upon a rock; and the rain descended,
aud the floods came, and the winds blew,
and beat upon that house; and it fell not.
for it was founded upon a rock.' "
Cripple Creek, Col., June 6.
A reicu of terror exists here. The
militia, patrolling the streets is in
hourly conflict with the mob.
Wholesale arrests of union miners
are being made. Sheriff Robertson
resigned under pressure and was
immediately succeeded by Edward
Bell, a member of the Citizens'
Alliance. Three hundred deputies
have been appointed. Nearly all
the mines have been closed. During
the afternoon's rioting five men
wereshot down. At Victor there
i was rioting during a mass meeting
which was held to discuss the ex
plosion. Forty shots were fired. J
One man was killed and several
Cripple Creek, Colo., June 7.
The town is quite here today after
tne battle of the mob. Fifteen
deaths have occurred as a result of
yesterday's fight. Two men were
killed and eight wounded in the
conflict at Victor.
Armed officers arc deporting
union men with the warning that
they shall not return. Martial law
has been declared. The authorities
fear that the town of Victor will be
burned down on account of the
. a - . . .
,,ltellSe feel,l,S iat prevails.
Cripple Creek, June 7. Fifty
union miners have been deported.
Florence, Italy, June 6. The
wife of Samuel Clemens (Mark
Twain) is dead.
Washington, IX C, Jane 8. A
guard of marines from the Ameri
can warships has been stationed at
the Belgian Legation at Tangiers,
llllo's l.orrcututlv(! to Convention
White, Kntiai, June 7. The j
Hawaii Evangelical Association I
adjourned here today after one of J
the most successful conventions of (
its kind in the history of missionary
work in the Islands. The larger I
part of the delegates left immediate-'!
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ly lor Honolulu, some lew remain
ing, however, to enjoy for a day or
two longer the unstinted hospital
ity or the people at Lib tie.
The convention was atlmirahly
handled by the Li line people.
There were over one hundred lp
legntps and these, under the man
agement of Mrs. Rice, were given
two meals daily in a large hull that
had been fitted up for the purpose,
and no detail for the comfort of the
visitors was overlooked.
From first to last it has been a
meeting of rare effectiveness and
must mean much to nil the churches.
The constitution of the Association
has been amended and brought up
to dflte. Judge H. K. Knhclc and
Kev. 0. L,. iJesiitt nave been nom
inated to the American Hoard
as candidates for its corporate
membership and the following
chosen as delegates to the National
Council called to meet 'at Dcs
Moines, Iowa, Oct. 13-20: Hon. P.
C.Jones, Hon. H. K Kahele,
Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, F. K. Archer,
Rev. W. D. Westervelt, Rev. S.
Okubo, Rev. J. Kaliuo, Rev. S. L.
Desha and the Corresponding Secre
tary. The meeting next year will
be held in Honolulu the third week
No account of the meeting would
be complete without a reference to
the splendid orutorv of Rev. S. I,.
Desha, this giant from Hilo.
Again aud again he was called to
the stage and every time he stirred
all hearts by his great thoughts
framed in eloquent speech. Sin
gularly honest and open to con
viction in the business sessions he
has been a tower of , strength to the
advocates of progress.
The Leprosy Cure.
Honolulu, June 9. At the meet
ing of the Board of Health, yester
day, Mr. Lane ofTered a resolution
on the subject of a reported cure of
leprosy in Louisiana, which was
read and discussed. The preamble
mentioned a newspaper clipping
attached as the basis of the report.
Dr. Mays while expressing ap
proval of the purpose of the reso
lution, stated his belief that the
alleged remedy was simply Chau
moogra oil, which had been tried
in every leper settlement in the
world. It had well-know pallative
effects, hut there had never been a
well-authenticated case where it
had cured leprosy. ' There was a
furore over the claimed virtues of
this oil fifteen years ago, but
thorough tests made in this country
and elsewhere had not yielded the
results anticipated. Alter some
general discussion, Dr. Mays
seconded the resolution, which
provides that the President of the
Board shall communicate with
the officers of the Louisiana Home
aud ascertain the means employed
with full particulars as to the diet
and daily routine in the case dis
cussed or any other cases in which
it is claimed that a cure has been
A Dangukous Diskash. Kvey
one Knows tlint cholera morbus is
one of the most painful and danger
ous diseases known to humanity
The fact that it is so swift and so
often fatal in its results makes it
more to be feared than almost any
other malady. It often terminates
in death before a physician can be
summoned or medicine procured.
Attacks of cholera morbus come
unexpectedly and every family
should be prepared. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re
medy is a reliable and affective
medicine, and if given in time will
prevent serious consequences. This
remedy never fails and is pleasant
to take. Every household should
have a bottle at hand. Get it today.
It may save a life. For sale by the
Hilo Drug Co.
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk.
scription $2.50 a year.
If your muscl' nn mm-, '-i.il. .
tinhij. joints fuel sMIl, nun if piiii.
dart through our body, i' i.t pi"' .!
rhoiiinr.lism. I'uilfy m'r bl 1. !
nut nil lliu llieliliiitUxm pom. .
tiocd of j our siiKm-Ing In tliia waj
Wo lnvo tho following letter froni f If . It.
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'(oxralu ii-o KcmU ins phntineraili.
"I Milri'NMl Kiontly with itauinu.!ir,m,
which 1 till mo up (1 r a Iniic tlmo. i ti lru a
i;re.iiiii.iny in oiirtiH', ihi- iiipv wrmoi unio
nr tin ito. A irlett'l wim luil taken Avar's
irsniirll!ft Inilni'ril lim tu try It. 1 llin'iplit
Mil. IIll IMJllst IIKI; Illl HUM llll'r tm.'IIC lll"H.
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In ftorn Inr me. I .rnfi' r t iM'i,vhi lmi'l- l
wan letter 'ilinmiruliiff bipi'i Mcoilowt
the '..Im I "mil i" ! i imv"i' 1 f" it lint"
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I wis ii'iiiijili lr fifM n Ii'I I i lnUliiir,
tliu Rirsiiinri'U i- t. .is I'llUto
keep liiy bowel. Ill itvM'u LuiubUu. '
Tliucnro many Imitation Pirsaptrlllis
P ? ni y.'- .' C ArCo..Live. MtiU.S
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
Passenger Trains, P.xcepi Sunday.
lv Hilo ir
nr...01aa Mill. ..111
ar Keaau ar
3:301V lino ar
3:50 ur... Ohm Mill...ar
.Itoo'nr Keaau ir
4:1. slur... Perndale ...ar
A.M. I POR I'UNA
10:30 lv Hilo ar
10:50. A jnr...Olaa Mill...nr
11 :2o lnr..lihoa Juiic.ai
11:40, inr I'ahoa ar
ar rima lv
';ir..I'.ihoa J linear
ar Puna lv
Excursion tickets between all point
nn s..li! .1,1 S.i'.uk!.. s .mil Sundays, go.).l
returning, until the lollowiug .Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides 'between liny two points, and
thousand mile tickets nre sold at verj
W. II. LAM HURT,
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Sole Agents for
National Cane Shredders,
1 ll.'ilriwin Lncflinntives.
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers.
O. AlCiI "I
.Sl'.LLS TIIH HI'ST
rRLY OOO 33!
At Cheapest I'rices. New Stock Hach I
Mouth. .Small Profits,
Front St., Sprockets' Block'
l'.ven siiivli ts .1 good 'Ihsoii to
own mid uc 11 (iiiiicrii. Il nlfordi
constntit diversion mid Ims n refill
ing mid educational jnfluuc.
There r(i thiniMtuls of uuHH'li
thing about you imw which m
camera will hi-lp you to we; it
open one' eeo.
We entry nuch an ixttiitve
variety of riimerns that u cn suit
any one a to ijuality nud price.
The inexpensive ciiineiao do lenlly
goiMl work Hint rather tlmti denv
jntirsi'ir enmera experience it is
belter 10 start with a cheap one
mid buy 'i Iwller one when you nre
able. l')n in nud let us show you
the various sty Us.
Prico3 range form
SI. OO to S3K.OO
H. L. SHAW, Mnnagor
Draught Eocr IO Cents
When you need a drink call
at the KEYSTONE, corner
Front and Ponohawai streets.
A first class line of
always on hand.
iLO MARKET BO,
Telephone No. 39. I
Buinoit St. - llir.o, II. I
Pacific Meat Market
lfKONT St.. IIlI.O, IT. I,
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
Flno Fat Turkeys.
. . Sucking Pigs.
Hilo Eleclricliglit Co., ltd.
Mouses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of tile Na
tional Hoaid of Tire Underwriters.
A compleiw stock of
fixtures, Shadeb. Table, lied (111(1 Desk
Lamp-., etc ,,aluas on hand.
Fan Motors . . . SI 5
Fan IVlotora, swivel frame, S
Sowing Maohlno Motor 20
l'ower for opt rating them $i a inontli
Iiihtnlliilion charged extra.
Hstiiuates furui lied on nil clashes of
Kleetrie.it Work and Contracts taken to
iiibt.ill apparatus complete.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Handle nd Store IJGUAtiE
I2C KINC ST. HONOLULU
I'houe, Main ,