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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JUNE 3, 1903.
When you have pains in fbe back and
are unable to sleep, your kidneva ar
tfSag natw thVlidSe1ST5iSTheMn boys Finish Course and One
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toady, uaed in the Coutineulal Uoepitala by Ricord.
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h ind. and surpaMcs ferjlhiug hitherto employed-.
THERAPION NO. I maintain 1U world
renvwoed aud weU-mented reputation for derange
menu of the kidneys, pains in the back, and
kindred ailments, affording prompt rebel where
rtber well-tried remedies have been powerless.
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curvy, puuples, spots, blutches, pains and swelling
f Joints, gout, rbeuni.ttism, & all diseases for which
(it has been' too much a fashion to employ mercury,
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'and ruin of 'health. ThU preparation purifies the
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eliminates all poisonous matter from the bod v.
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lewness, and all distressing consequences of
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surprising power in restoring strength ana vigor to
those suffering from the enervating influences of
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Price in England. 2a, tfd. and 4k 6d. In order
Ins; state which of the three numbers is re
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appears oa the British Government Stamp (ill
, whit letters on a red ground) affixed to every
a-rouina package by order of His Majesty's 1 1 on.
Uosanuaaionera, and without which it is a forgery.
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cold all day.
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sions. A grand thing for outings, pic
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HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPT, Ltd
iv Hawaii Shinpo Sba
THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRINT
Ing office. The publisher cf Hawaii
Shinpo. the only daily Japanese paper
published in the Territory of Hawaii.
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor.
Y. SOGA, Editor.
Editorial and Printing Office 1030
Emlth St., above King. P. O. Box 907.
Telephone Main l.
HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company will be
held at the office of C. Brewer & Com
pany, Limited, in Honolulu. June 13th,
1903, a. 10 o'clock a. m.
E. F. BISHOP,
Datel Honolulu. June 3rd, 1903.
Office 37. 33 Alexander Young Building,
Honolulu. T. H.
Special attention given to applica
tions and adverse cliims before the
Court of Land Registration.
Relaxation: "I feel happy to-day."
said the club woman: "I haven't a
thing in the world to do. Not a club
to attend. I'm going in for fome re
laxation. I'm going to clean house and
have a good time'." Pittsburg Dispatch.
AT ST, L
Will Have Exhibit
Tells What School Will
Do at Fair.
The boys of the Kamehameha
School had their inning last evening
at Bishop Chapel. There are ten grad
uates, and all those given the oppor
tunity acquitted themselves well at the
twelfth annual commencement exer
The essay of chief interest was that
of Stenhen L. Desha who spoke on
Kamehameha at the St. Louis Expo
sition." He told what the boys of the
school intended to do at the fair, and
if the promises given ;.n his well-writ
ten essay of last evening are carried
out. Hawaii will have at least one ex
hibit at the Exposition of which i
need not be ashamed. The exposition
was valuable, he said, in that it was
of educational worth. It gave one a
chance to see things, which could be
otherwise obtained only by long and
expensive travel. Also the fair was
a great advertising meaium, anu jir
. . . - a
Desha suggested that Kamehameha
could profit much by adopting some of
the features to be found at the fair.
He said further that Kamehameha
would be represented in all her depart
ments, there would be an exhibition of
the shop work, of the collegiate depart
ment in essays on Hawaiian life, with
incidents of the life of Kamehameha,
the Hawaiian Bill of Rights, the Taro
plant, etc. There would also be papers
on th aETicultural life of the islands.
an interesting exhibit of the tailoring
department in samples of Khaki uni
forms made by the boys. There is al
so to be an exhibition of tools, made at
the shop, of plants grown by the
school boys, and also of the seeds or
Hawaiian products. Then there Is to
be an illustration of the school's aim
and scope by means of seventy pho
tographs which are to show the cot
tage built by the boys, also a dray
and a wagon, and other articles fash
ioned by the students. The essay was
closed with the statement:
"Kamehameha should be proud of her
There were also a number of other
interesting essays and well rendered
sones. the latter by the Boy's Glee
Club. The graduates are:
Thomas Mahi Kelii. Akaiko kana,
James Apao, Alfred Kalanianaole Aka-
na, John Rollln Desha, Stephen Lang-
hern Desha, tuwara juuus naruee, i
; " ,
David Ohia Konaaihele. Robert Plun-
.... T, t,f u-Air..v.
Th .stace was prettily decorated for
the occasion, a large Hawaiian an i
American flag crossed at the rear of
the stage setting off the gray uniforms
of the boy graduates. The presenta-
r.r lir.inmna vn a man" ov nmi. I
w. F. Allen, president of the Boar j of
Trustees, and the address to the stu
dents was by liev. S. L. Desha oi Ki
lo. The following program was- cur
nrKan Prelude Allegretto Grazioso..
Miss S. Lillian Byington.
Rev. Stephen L. Desia.
Ttiair -still. Still With Thee" . . Gerrish
Thomas Mahi Kelii.
A Day at Kamehamena i
David Ohia Konaaihele.
tif -Kentucky liaDe
Kamehameha at the Louisiana x ur-
Stephen Langhern Desha.
Health Conditions in loaern
The Commercial Value of English....
John Rollin Desha.
.. XT' 11 - r r
Music "Golden icing- Il,"lIU"f
Our Hawaiian Heritage and aiedic-
Music "Sweet Lei wnua
Rev. Stephen L. uesna.
Mr. Stanley Livingston.
Presentation of Certificates
Hon. -William F. Alien.
President Board of Trustees.
Dr. William B. Elkin.
Organ Postlude March v ei
"How is your daughter getting on
with her music?" "Spientnaij. an
swered Mrs. Cumrox: "she can go to a
classical concert and tell exactly w r-
to applaud w ithout watching the rest j
MOAN A TARRIES
BUT SIX HOURS
The Moana arrived Just at noon yes-.
terday from the Colonies, a day ahead
of time, and left again at six o'clock,
making a stay of but six hours in port.
She carried away quite a number of
Honolulu people, many of whom had
intended sailing on the Korea, but were
afraid of the smallpox.
The Moana carries Quite a number
of steerage and second class passengers,
some of whom are leaving Australia
because of lack of work due to the
strikes which have fortunately now-
Among the passengers is a party of
thirty-three Zionists, and they kept the
ship awake with prayers and songs
during the entire trip. They are en
route to Zion City.
E. Baden-Powell, a brother of the
hero of Mafeking. is a passenger. He is
accompanied by his wife.
Other prominent passengers are
James Murray, a member of the Fiji
Parliament: Justus Scharff, a Sydney
merchant; James McKerrow, formerly
surveyor-general for New Zealand, and
J. H. Heaton, the son of the Heaton
who introduced the Penny Postal sys-
tern in England
He is on his way back
to Great Britain.
Island Steamers Leave
Yesterday was island steamer day.
and all of the inter-island boats had
good sized passenger lists. The KInau
carried away Mrs. Col. French, Major
Harris and other Salvation Army offi
cers who are going to inaugurate a
campaign on Hawaii.
Quite a number of attorneys took pas
sage on the Kinau and the Claudine for
Lahaina. They go to attend Judge Ka-
lua's court which opens today.
Professor Curtis J. Lyons was also
a passenger on the Kinau.
CLUNESS' SIDE OF THE
KOREA SMALLPOX INCIDENT
Alarmist reports from passengers on the Korea did injustice
to Dr. Cluness who attended the
Dr. Cluness is one of the best known and most respected of coast
physicians and is medical director of the Pacific Mutual Life In
surance Co., of California. A venerable and kindly man his face
is a passport to confidence and his story of the illness of the Horst
. .. , . . .., . .
child is accepted without question
The specific statements of JJr.
was not ill before leaving Yokohama, nor when going on board
This disposes of the story that the case was reported as measles.
c:ckness did not develoo until the Korea was three days from port
iniv. a. iu.i "i'c-'
and the ship's physician thought it
rash." On the second day from
A ...cn.Vmnc U n A l-.An ennfirmer
dllVi ;ilUl.lUUJ UUV1 v.aa a -
aboard and pronounced the case
and its parents into quarantine.
Dr. Cluness denies that he was
n.oking room to attend the Horst
its sitser, who was sick in Yokohama, had been diagnosed as chick-
Dr. Cluness will return in the
cated bv the Horsts.
An Act to Appropriate Money i or the Purpose of Defray
ing THE EXPENSES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF
the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii in the
Extra Sf.ssiox, of the
Be it Enacted It the Legislature of the Territory of Haicaii:
Section i. There shall be and hereby is appropriated the
sum of Thirteen Thousand Dollars ($13,000.00) from the
Public Treasury for the purpose of defraying the expenses
of the House of Representatives of the Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii, in the Extra Session of the year 1903.
Section 2. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its approval.
Approved this 2nd day of June, A. D. 1903.
SANFORD B. DOLE,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii..
KOREA LEAVES FOR
The steamer Korea left for San Fran
Cisco snortiy after five o clock yester
day afternoon.' She carried but few
passengers from Honolulu, those who
had booked to go on her changing to
the Alameda and the Moana because of
the reported case of smallpox. It
wouldn't be at all surprising if the
steamer was held up at San Francisco
again, which is the main reason why
Honolulu people didn't want to risk the
trip. There was a large crowd at the
dock however to see the steamer leave
and the band played its prettiest tunes,
The Alameda will sail at nine o'clock
The Oregonian sails for Kahului and
New York today.
The steamer Kauai is due from Ma
kaweli this morning.
The ship Servia and the schooner
Ariel will prSbably get away today.
PARASITES CAUSE ALL.
Nine-tenths of the diseases of the
scalp and hair are caused by parasite
germs. The importance of this discov
ery by Professor Unna of the Charity
Hospital, Hamburg, Germany, can not
be overestimated. It explains why or
dinary hair preparations, even of the
most expensive character fail to cure
dandruff; because they do not, and
they can not kill the dandruff germ.
The only hair preparation in the world
that positively destroys the dandruff
parasites that burrow up the scalp in
to scales called scurf or dandruff, is
Newbro's Herpicide. In addition to its
destroying the dandruff germ Herpicide
is also a delightful hair dressing, mak
ing the hair glossyand soft as silk.
A testimonial: Mme. Yale: The other
day I accidentally dropped a pickle into
some of your famous face wash, and
when I fished it out with a hair-oin
much to my surprise I found the wrin
kles and warts all eradicated. Yours.
Miss Vera Symple. Ex.
Horst child during lier illness.
Cluness are that the little one
TJ hirJ d before arriyal
, , ,. : r,a
might be what is called "Manila
port smallpox was apprenenaeu
when the ouarantine doctors Came
. . 1 1 1
smallpox and ordered tne emia
ever called from table, cards or
child ; and says that the case of
Korea occupying the cabin va
Year 1903. from
Story of Trouble
With Police in
Had Been Drinking
Called Down -by Police and Then
Got Other Colored Friends
to Assist Him.
Just because T. Thomas Fortune was
involved in a little street brawl. Presi
dent Roosevelt's special commissioner
to study the labor situation in Hawaii
and the Philippines was deported from
Manila. Fortune, according to the story
told in the Manila Times, while under
the influence of liquor, became demon
strative upon one of the streets in that
city, and when called down by the
police summoned other colored gentle
men to his assistance. The Times says
that it wa5 necessary for the officer to
use his club before Fortune and his
negro friends could be locked up. Aft
er his arrest Fortune filed a complaint
with Governor Taft against the police.
In a later issue the Manila Times tells
oi tne settlement or tne uimculty as
"It is very probable that all proceed
ings arising from the dispute between
Thomas Fortune, special labor com
missioner of the War Department and
the Police Department of Manila, will
be withdrawn. Mr. Fortune preferred
charges against the policeman who took
himself and his friends into custody
and the Municipal Board spent a cou
ple of days in the investigation of them.
It is felt in official circles that the trou
ble arose from a misunderstanding and
now- that explanations have been made
little more remains to be done.
"Mr. Fortune denies the version of the
rouble that has been made public. He
indignantly says that neither he nor
any of his companions were intoxicated.
He states that when the policeman told
him and his friends to get off the side
walk he promptly obeyed and after
that there was a rather heated discus
sion between one of the party and the
patrolman. The policeman arrested
he man and Mr. Fortune and "Cap
tain" Wood, his secretary, accompanied
him to the station for the purpose of
bailing him out. Mr. Fortune says the
sergeant evidently thought he. Fortune,
was under arrest, and that his misun
derstanding led to the fight that follow
ed. He eays he has a proper respect for
the law and its officers, that he is an
xious to obey every proper reouest
made of him and that he regrets' ex
ceedingly that there was any trouble.
"The police court proceedings and
the charges against the policeman have
been continued, and will probably be
A later issue contains the following:
"Figuratively speaking Mr. ' T
Thomas Fortune, the negro editor of
New York who came to the Philippines
to study labor conditions as a special
commissioner of the War Department
under appointment by President Roose
velt, has folded his tent and Quietly
slipped away. Since his trouble with
the police one night last week, his ar
rest with several companions and the
settlement of his case out of court, high
officials in the Insular Government in
dicated to Fortune that his mission here
should end with the episode. Fortune
took the hint, and when the Rosetta
" : t J T T 1 Inn
trip Fortune and his secretary were
among tne passengers.
Letters remaining uncalled for in the
General Delivery for the week ending
May 31st, 1903:
Allen, Mrs Wm D
Berger, A M
Buge, Mary P
Cobbs, Wm A
Duke. Mrs L Z
Elving, C W
Fently, Geo S
Fisher, Irle C
Gibson, Fred J
Griffin, F J
Gunther, G II
Loy, Chas A
Louis, Wm P
Lyle. A J
Mc Keague. D
Meyer, H A
Miller. J J
Ordway. Mrs W F
Parker. Geo S
Parker. T C
Percy, Mr and Mrs
Reynolds. Laura J
Rollins, Mrs W H
Saunders, Mrs K
Hollinghaus. Mrs LSchmidt. Fred
Jackson, Mrs Clar- Schwartz. Aaron
Johnson, G E
Kent, A G
Stephens. Mary C
Steel, J W W
Willing, Mrs A
Wright. Mrs J B
Wright, Mrs A A
Lane, Chas E
Hughes, H P
Parrott and Co
Parr, W A
Schaefer, G E
Schaefer, Mrs G E
Spencer, Mrs D C N
i Schiel, K G
Tenders will be received by the Cleric
o the Judiciary Department up to It
o'clock noon, Monday, June S. for
printing and binding volume 15 of Ha
waiian Reports, and publishing the de
cisions of the Supreme Court of the
Territory of Hawaii, in accordance wiU
the statement of particulars row oa
file in the office of said clerk.
Honolulu, June 2, 1903. &I9S
Sealed tenders w ill be received by the
Department of Public Works until IS
m., Saturday, June 6th, 1903. for con
structing Storm Sewer in Bishop street
Plans and sjecifications on file i
office of the Suierintendent of Public
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any and
(Signed) HENRY E. COOPER.
Superintendent of Public Works.
PACIFIC LODGE NO. 822,
A. F. & A. ffl.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIALi
meeting of Pacific Lodge No. 822, A. F.
& A. M., at Masonic Temple, THIS
WEDNESDAY, June 3, at 7:30 p. m.
WORK IN SECOND DEGREE.
Members of Hawaiian Lodge, Lodg
le Progres, and all sojourning bretarea
are fraternally invited to attend.
By order of the R, W. M.
E. P. CIIAPIN.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF
Honolulu Aerie No. 140, F. O. E., will b
held this Wednesday evening, at 7:3t
o'clock, at St. Antonio Hall.
, All vlsiflng Brothers are invited, and
members requested to attend.
II. T. MOCi'tE..
WILLIAM fl'KINLEY LODGE
NO. I. X. OF P.
THEEE WILL BE A IlE
galar convention of the a bo re
named Lodge Saturday eren
ing, June 1, in Harmony
Hall, at 730.
WORK IN SECOND RANK.
Members of Oahu No. 1 and Mystie
No. 2 and all sojourning brothers ars
invited to attend.
A. 8. PRESCOTT,
X. of R. Jk
EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1,
I. O O. F.
There will be a regular meeting oi
Excelsior Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F.. at
ELKS HALL, Beretania and Miller
street, every Tuesday evening at 7:W
Business of Importance regarding
new bunding, aiso, worts, in oecuim
Members of Harmony Lodge and aP
visiting brethren are cordially Invite,
to attend. L. PETRIE, N. G.
L. L. LA PIERRE, Secretary.
CAPT. COOK L0D0E.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE, NO. 353.
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
above Lodge will be held in San An
tonio Hall, Vineyard street, on Mon
day, June 8th, at 7:30 o'clock.
GEO. W. HAYSELDEN.
JUNE 13, 1903
CommissioQer's Sole cl Reel m
The continued sale of Lote 2, 4, 5, 6, 7
3, 10, 12, 13. 14, of Lots at Kalia. Wai
kikl, Honolulu, and premises corner of
King and Bethel streets. In Honolulu,
upset price is withdrawn under order
of Court dated May 26, 1903, in partition
case of Baily et al. vs. Cushingharn et
al., First Circuit Court, Territory of
Hawaii, In equity will be had on Satur
day, June 13th, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon.
at front (mauka) entrance to the Judi
ciary Building known as Aliiolanl Hale,
In Honolulu. For full descriptions see
Hawaiian Star, April 24 to May 9th;
also The Pacific Commercial Advertiser,
The Evening Bulletin, the Aioha Aina,
April 27 to May 9th, 1903; also posters.
Terms: Each and all sales are subject
to the approval of the Court; all
moneys to be paid Into Court; no upset
price: deeds at expense of purchaser;
ten (10) rer cent of purchase price It
be paid on fall of the hammer. J. F.
W. AUSTIN WHITING.
POWER OF ATTORNEY.
During the absence of our Mr. M.
Phillips from the Territory Mr. S. Les
ser will act for us in all matters under
power of attorney.
3L PHILLIPS & CO.
During my absence from the Terri
tory, Dr. Geo. W . Burgess will have
charge of my practice.
DR. W. J. GALBRAITIL
June 1903. 495 J
of the audience." W ashington tur.