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..r l.oiiu Miiml. Wl. Miwkrcl with fish or the water
The efforts of the Ninth Shore 'drawn off mice a week mid the
1 Iinproviinent Association to iihntellmsins dried. (iicnhotisc tnnks
the mosquito iiiiisanee along the fare nlwnjs troublesome when pre-
North Shore of Long Islnnd have j sent, unless they arc attended to bv
i met with considerable success, as I oiling or fish. Sanceisof profusely
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Sulphato of Ammonium
Sulphato of Potash
Nltrato of Soda
H. C. Phosphates
indicated bv reports of their opera
tions last slimmer. The purpose of
the society was to study the pro
blem so that it could point out to
residents and land owners the most
effective plan for the destruction of
It is affirmed that "a single rain
barrel will bleed a larger number
of mosquitoes tban a large pond.
A soggy pasture is on an average
equal to nbout one and one-half or
itwo barrels, and even the salt
meadows," as they exist on the
North Shore of Long Island,
"scarcely come up to four or five
good ban els apiece." The reasons
for this arc that the larger pools
contain fish which prey upon the
larvae. It has also been found'
that many of the smaller pools do
not breed, which is due probably to
the presence of hydrogen sulphide
gas. As for the meadows, they
are cleansed on an average of once
a mouth, by a high tide. The best
treatment for sat meadows is, then,
to dig parallel ditches about 25 feet
apatt, into which the surface water
can drain. No mosquitoes could
breed in these ditches, if they were
of sufficient depth to be flushed at
high tide. This plan was followed
by people of Lawrence, with com
plete success. In large ponds,
mosquitoes breed around theshallow
edges where they arc out of leach
of fish. The best method of treat
ing such ponds is to deepen the
shore, so as to give free access to
the fishes. In one instance, men
tioned by Mr. Lutz, a pond well
stocked with fish was found to
breed mosquitoes; the larvae were
discovered in the thin film of water
contained on leaves floating about
on the surface of the pond. Great
care must be taken, therefore, to
keep the surface of every pond free
from leaves or any other floating
mass which would harbor the mos
The use of oil is recommended
only in such cases as cannot be
successfully treated otherwise.
Ordinary fuel oil is the best, be
cause it is the cheapest. Ivxnen-
ments with Phinotas prove it to be
an exceedingly effective oil; five
gallons were put around the edges
of a pond about 50 feet square, and
it at once cleared the waters of all
The following suggestions, which
weredistributed among the residents
of the North Shore, it would be
well for every one bothered with
mosquitoes to observe:
"By far the best method is to do
I away entirely with all standing
water. Rain barrels are often more
of a habit than a necessity; and
through oversight tubs, buckets,
tin cans and a large variety of
other things are often left to hold
water for days at a time, and so to
breed mosquitoes. Turning these
bottom up or obolishing them alto
gether strikes at the root of the
"One or two fish put in a rain
barrel will live very nictly and
will keep it quite free from larvae.
Gold fish and silver fish are best
for this purpose, but oidtnary min
nows are very good.
"Another scheme is to make n
covering for the barrel, so that the
female mosquito cannot gel in to
lay her eggs. The objection to this
is often that the cover is not tight
enough to be effective.
"Ordinarily, rain-water is used
for laundry purposes, and in this
case enough common kerosene to
make a good film 011 the surface
wilt be effective if renewed every
week. This is easily done, but is
wmeieu nowor-pois ami uisiies or
tubs of water plants form still othei
MAY NOT IIAXtJ.
Damon's Slnyor Mnj (lot Oir Willi
I.I IV NlMlttMIIT.
It is being contended by sonic
according to the Bulletin, that the
prosecution will be unable to prove
the deliberate premeditation on the
part of Miranda, charged with the I
niuiderofS.lv Damon. The de
fense, Geo. V. Davis and I I.
Thompson, appointed by the Court,
will doubtless claim their client
struck Damon down in anccr.
Should these be right Miranda will
cheat the gallows, however much
public sentiment may regret it.
Others, and among these High
Sheriff Brown, hold that the pre
meditation can be clearly proven
They hold the facts to be as follows:
The night before the night of the
murder Miranda had burglarized
the room of a Porto Rican women
on Vineyard street near Liliha.
The matter was reported to
the police. Miranda was sus
pected of the crime. Detective
McDulTie visited his house and
Miranda got wind of the fact that
the police were after him and fled.
He armed himself with the knile
with which the murder was com
mitted. His intention was quite
evidently to oppose anyone who
should attempt to slop his progress
or arrest him, by all means. That
he had made made up his mind not
to stop at murder is clearly shown
by the fact that he killed Mr. Dam
on, who he thought was interfering
with his liberty. That Miranda
had no premeditated malice against
Mr. Damon personally is of no
moment. He had deliberately pre
meditated murder on whatever per
son should attempt to stop him and
as it happened Mr. Damon was un
fortunately his victim.
The supporters of both theories
are very strong in their opinions
and much discussion is going on
the subject. There will be no j
doubt but that this question will j
be one of the most important and J
vital ones in the trial
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t.'IMS TWI3XTY YE I ISS.
.Mil ril on1 r Ksenpe
Honolulu, Oct. 3. Judge Dear
this morning sentenced Hayashida,
the Japanese who clubbed one
Saito, a fellow countryman, to
death with a kiawe stick at Waia
lua last .May, to serve twenty years'
imprisonment in Oahu penitentiary
at hard labor, twenty years being the
limit for manslaughter. In passing
sentence, the court said:
"The jury in your case luis seen
fit to return a verdict of man
slaughter. "The Court considers that you
are guilty of a most cruel, brutal
and cowardly crime. After you
had beaten a man with a stick un
til he lay seussless on the ground
you deliberately hunted for another
stick, having broken the first on
your victim's head, and went back
to where he lay prostrate and beat
him to death
"In the opinion of this Court .1
verdict of murder in the first degree
would have been fairly returned.
"The Court believes that you
have to thank our counsel
(Attorney J. V. Cathcarl) for an
escape from a verdict of murder in
the first degree.
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the same operation. You will
be surprised how e:wy it is
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Let us show you color cards.
Mistaken Diagnosis. There I
are many people who have pains in j
the back and imagine that their'
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j apt to be forgotten unless some de- kidneys are affected, while their
finite time is taken, as, for example, ' only trouble is rheumatism of the
every wash day. muscles, which can be cured by a
"Tubs for dog.s, cattle, etc., may few applications of Chamberlain's
be rendered safe by thoroughly Tain Halm, or by dampening a
sun-drying them once a week. piece of flannel with the Pain Halm
"Utmost care should be observed, and binding it over the effected
in the matter of disposing of tin ' parts. A pain in the side or chest
cans, etc. Tools in barnyards or 'should be treated in the same
othei places should be filled up or j manner and ptoinpt relief is sure to
diuiued. Roof spouting, where I follow. Kor sale by Hilo Drug Co. ;
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