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THE VKKJCtY HILO TRIBUNE, HILO, . HAWAII, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, JS54,
y o u r s
for It? Look
out, or it
itrongth of a poworful chain.
euros coughs and colds, uvon hard
coughs and old colds.
1 Mrs. A. White, of Fltzroy, Victoria,
says: " I had a very hard cough night
and day. I tried many romodlos, but
without relief. I thought my lungs
were noarly gone. I then tried Aycr's
Cherry Pectoral. I began to Improve
at onco, and only one and one-half bot
tles completely cured mo."
Thero aro many substitutes and Imi
tations. Bowaro of them I lie sure
you got Ayor's Cherry Pectoral.
Two sizos. largo and small bottlos.
COMSACK OK UKIMJHI.KJAN.
John llrlslmiid Walker Hays lluropc
and America Should Fight Itussla.
The commanding position which
Rtissin has grasped along the fron
tiers of China, India and Persia
seems lo leave no doubt as to her
intentions. We are to have one
I great final war, which promises to
j be so frightful in its waste of human
life and so costly in its expenditure
of treasure that it will be a lasting
horror, and it must settle the ques
tion of the world's civilization.
Napoleon predicted that in 100
years the world would cither be
Cossack or Republican. Busy with
home affairs, neither governments
nor peoples seem to understand how
threatening is the Cossack rule
even in America itself.
Russia has today 129,000,00001"
population. Persistently carrying
lout a plati conceived more thati
I forty years ago, she has quietly oc
icupied every position in Asia which
1 would eventually enable her to nn
uiex the 400,000,000 of China; then
the 280,000,000 of India, and finally
The steamers of this line will ar
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Russia is now established along
the frontiers, its forts built, and its
navies in the eastern harbors of
Asia. Many officers have arrived,
and vast quantities of stores and
arms have been shipped in. More
ithan 150,000 Russian troops are
either on the ground or within call,
as the nucleus of an army of occu
pation. It would require but a
short time to drill natives in order
to put half a million men in the
field, sweep down on Pekin and
25 over northern China.
Let the civilized world stop its
pleasures and its business long
enough to consider this spectacle
and ask, "Whence will the force be
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We also take particular pains with Chil
1 7 brought to combat the Russian
forces in China?" But let Russia
annex 400.000,000 of Chinese sub
jects and with this low priced labor
build armaments; then India and
Persia are certain to fall.
America feels confident in her
strength, and, added to .England and
France, we imagine that we might
conquer the world. But where
would these three nations stand if
Russia had at command two-thirds
of the world's population? Does
she need money to conduct her cam
paigns? By weight of numbers she
would move down and capture it.
If Russia should be permitted to
retain her position in Manchuria,
the Cossack will presently hold the
World by brute force. I am op
posed to war. I do not believe in
war. I hope there will never be
! another war. But if there can be a
just war it is called for now. Either
America and Southern Europe must
fight Russia at this time or concede
to her all of Asia.
The people of the United States
have been so intent upon their own
little comer of the world that they
have failed to reflect on what a Cos
sack world would mean. But this
Mauchurian question is a matter of
such tremendous importance that it
demands thoughtful determination.
Russia is doing her work so quietly,
so diplomatically, and with such de
ceptive professions of good faith,
that we stand like children review
ing events without comprehension
of what they mean, or of the in
fluence at work upon our 'own
rVuta of Memory. :
Question: Is it better to remem
ber than to forget? The answer
depends on the matter. Much has j
been said about the marvelous feats 1
of memory performed by Senator j
Depew and Mayor Low in repeat
ing offhand, word for word, a writ
ten speech of 2000 or 3000 words
after dinner. I take it that these
gentlemen have said the same thing
so often in post-prandial orations
that it would be difficult for them
to omit a word or phrase. A far
more wonderful feat is that of the
general delivery clerk in the post-
office, who looks for John Jarvus's
mail today for the first time, and
when John Jarvus puts his face at
the window ten years hence will
look in the same box for the same
name without waiting for Mr. Jarvus
to announce who he is. The mem
ory may be cultivated to an extra
ordinary degree, as all are aware.
Seneca, the Roman rhetorician, was
able to repeat 2000 words upon once
hearing them, each in its order,
though they had no dependence or
connection on each other.- Pontius
Latro retained in his memory all
the otatious he had ever spoken,
without falling in even a single
word. Cyneas, ambassador to the
Romans from King Pyrrhus, in oife
day so well learned the names of
his audience that the next morning
he saluted the whole Senate and all
the populace assembled each by his
name, Cyrus knew every soldier
in his army by name, and Scipio
had a speaking acquaintance with
all the citizens of Rome. Hcrr von
Kieublin, a celebrated German
scholar, was once clerk in a bank
of Copenhagen, in which capacity
he gave proof of miraculous memory
by restoring from recollection alone,
the entire contents of a leaf in the
bank ledger which had been lost by
fraud oraccideut. New York Press.
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A Doe the Thler.
Recently a jeweler in Budapest
ordered from Amsterdam on ac
count of a customer two brilliants
of the total value of $1000. The
gems arrived, and the jeweler was
examining them in a private room
when a customer asked to see him.
The jeweler left the room, shut
ting the door and leaving thestones
on the table. When he returned
A National Aquarium.
An aquarium containing every
breed of fish and fowl, reptile and
plant that has a habitation within
the confines of the constantly ex
panding territory that is guarded by
the folds of the American flag is the
plan recently proposed by Secretary
Cortelyou for the capital city, and
one which he will recommend to
Congress as an adjunct of the
bureau of fish and fisheries. His
idea has already received the com
mendation of all who have learned
of it, the benefit of such an estab
lishment being generally acknowl
edged, If the plans are made effective by
the necessary co-operation of Con
gress the aquarium to be establish
ed in Washington will surpass any
thing of the kind on this continent,
both in size and the scope of its
work. During the several exhibits
made at the expositions in Chicago,
Omaha, Buffalo and elsewhere the
fish commission has made a careful
study of the aquarium and has the
benefit of that knowledge, now that
it may be called upon to construct
this ambitious work.
It is expected that fish and ani
mals from every part of the country
will have a place in the gardens
connected with the aquarium, and
as a school for the , study of this
class of life it will maintain a high
position. Scientists, school children
and their teachers and others will
find the national aquarium, a store
house of knowledge piscatorial, and
as an addition to the buildings and
parks of the city it cannot be too
highly commended. The location
of the lakes and houses has not been
decided, this and other details be
ing held for final consideration until
Congress takes some action in the
matter. Washington Star.
"To smoke one cigarette is worse
ten minutes later they had disap- j than drinking a brrrel of beer.
pearnd. He sent for a detective, I "Every cigarette means a dream
who searched the room without re-. of ? fure crime.
.. ., , , ..... 1 "Ihe first cigarette a boy or a
suit. He then observed a little , man smokes is bthe first 8t , R
dog under the table, and, after , futurc criminal career.
ascertaining that the animal was in 1 "Cigarettes mean death before it
the room when the stones disap- 's due."
it must have ' 'iesc are declarations of Magis
1 trate Crane, made in Harlem Police
1 hereupon the dog was taken to fore hi,,,, irrespective of the charge,
a veterinary surgeon and poisoned. ' he inquired:
On its body being cut open the "No y smoke cigarettes?" If
brilliants were found inside, t0- tle prisoner admitted that he did he
nt itv-iiiitu, unit 11 lit nam nu
the magistrate comnelled him to hold
had also been up i,is i,ands that his fingers might
peared, declared that
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Millionaires as Jurors.
Chicago, Dec. 29. Millionaires
and reformers as jurors was the in
novation tried in a Clark-street
justice court to-duy. Constable
Small secured these citizens of
Chicago to serve as, jurors in a case
involving $12 in Justice Kradwell's
Harry G. Selfridge, manager of
Marshall Field & Co.'s retail store.
William P. Rend, member of Cit
izens' Crime Committee and presi
dent of the W. P. Rend Coal and
George K. Cole, president of the
Legislative! Voters' League, mem
ber of the Citizens' Crime Commit
tee and stationer.
Thomas Ulrich Burke.
Cap. John Quinn of the Seventh
Jacob Goldman, cigarmaker.
"Reform, for the reformers," re
matked Constable Small as he mar
shaled his Jury into the dingy
On an average the time of these
men was worth at least $10 a min
ute. The Jury retired at 2 p. m. and
within half an hour returned a ver
dict for $11. 50 for the plaintiff.
Each of the Jurors smilingly
I accepted 50 cents pay for serving.
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