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THM WEEKLY" Hli.O fTRtbUNB, klLO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1905.
YOUNU IMMVIFAH WIVK I.KAVKH
Wlicn the HiffSffif
tor is low EP s.
Wo got careless and dress as i
it woro Bumraor. Thou como
chills, colds, coughs. Keep
ou hand. A dose or two at
tho beginning will stop tho
chills, break up tho cold, and
prevent serious trouble. Look
out for cheap imitations.
In Urjte anil mnll bottle.
AtoM rotiKtlnttlon. Hasten a euro by tho
i.jo r Ajcr'a i'illB.
rrtpirtil by Dr. J. C Arer CoJ Lowell, Mm., U. S. A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
UIMINH A VOI.II.
Iilvr Temperately, limit h Fresh
Air mill llrlnk Water.
Tiic season of colds nnd coughs
is nt hand. Wliat can wc do about
tlicm? How cnn wc pet rid of
them? If wc nrc duly vigorous
they will probably wear off; if not,
then if wc do nothing, if wc let
them run on, they may lead to
something worse chronic bron
chitis, pleurisy, pneumonia. Wc
"catch cold" because there is some
thing wrong with our system. Cli
matic conditions are largely respon
sible, but there are other factors.
Microbes of some sort are at the
bottom of the trouble. We arc nl-
ways exposed to these more or less,
Itotiirim to Her Homo Broken In
Health nuil Hnlrlt.
Mrs. Gladstone Dowie (formerly
Uuth 1 Infer) has returned to her
home on the shores of Lake Con
stance, the Geneva correspondent
of the London Daily Mail reports;
After n five 1110111118' stny in Zion
City she discovered that it was her
money nud not herself that Glad
stone Dowio wns in love with. Her
married life was unhappy. She
found herself, instead of being a
wife, in reality an upper servant.
Neglect and continual hypocrisy
opened her eyes to the true state of
affairs, and Dowie's posing as the
restored Elijah was the last straw
The steamers of this line will nr
rive and leave this port as here
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma December 7
Alameda December 16
Ventura December 28
Alameda January 6
Sierra January 18
Alameda January 27
Sonoma February 8
Alameda February 17
Ventura March 1
Alameda March 10
Sierra March 22
Alameda March 31
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma December 6
Alameda December 21
Ventura December 27
Sierra January 17
Alameda February 1
Sonoma . February 7
Alameda February 22
Ventura February 28
Alameda March 15
Sierra ., March 21
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the ugents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York hy
any steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
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but if the system is in proper condi-TShe determined to quit Zion City
tion it resists their attacks.
As the autumn advances the
street watering ceases, the dust
blows in clouds, and there is less
sunlight to kill the microbes that
the dust carries. The air is colder
and more humid, our pores are con
gested, the function of the skin in
exerting waste, matter from the sys
tem is diminished. Consequently
more work is thrown upon other
organs; they are likely to prove un
equal to it, more toxic matter,
therefore, is carrird through the sy
stem by the blood and with it dis
ease is generated in the most suscep
tible partsi We also get less fresh
air, there is less ventilation in the
sleeping rooms and in offices than
in summer. The oxygen is needed
to keep the blood in the right state.
Meanwhile in the cold weather
dust we are exposed to the assaults
of millions of additional microbes
which we are not in good condition
to resist. At first we feel a sort of
sorenessinthe nazal' cavity. Per
haps if we at once take proper
measures we may be all right. If
not, the inflammation will extend
to the throat and the bronchial
tubes. A cough follows, and this
may persist indefinitely. The chill
humidity of the season is bad for us;
it checks the respiration of the skin
and aggravates the disorder-r- No
thing could ha worse than to obey
the proverbial injunction: "Feed a
cold and starve a fever." A cold
means congestion; if we stuff our
selves, if we drink whiskey or other
alcoholic beverages, we simply add
fuel to the flame. We need to kill
the germs, to clear out the waste,
to tone up the system. Germicidal
gargles, &c, may help, but it is im
portant to aid the system to 'fight
the microbes. Hence the first thing
should be a good cathartic and pur
gative: this might to advantage be
taken two days in succession. At
the same time some tonic should be
employed, something that would
improve the physical condition
Care should be taken about the
food; it should be wholesome, not
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Oct. 16, '04vl practicable
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excessive nor too nitrogenous.
Since the excess of toxic products
in the blood that causes rheumatism
also causes the congestion which
we call a "cold," the same things
that help the former are also good
for the latter, particularly the
drinking of an abundance of water,
and the remedies that tend to elimi
nate uric acid. The main things
aie to live temperately, breath as
much pure air as possible, sleep
well, ami take all the exercise
while guarding against
exhausting, fatigue. Boston Herald.
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Noxt to Alcana's
In Kog or Bottlo,
JOHN KAI, Jr.
Five Hundred Children Apiece.
One of the federal judges has esti
mated that, if the stories told in the
courts by the Chinese about being
bom in tne united btates were
true, every Chinese woman who
was living in. the United Spates
twenty-five years ago must have
had at least five hundred children.
One of the wretched features of this
situation is that, since wives of
bona fide Chinese natives of the
United States have been declared
entitled to admission, each one of
these fraudulently admitted China
men may bring over a slave girl
masquerading as his wife. She
pnmttinttlfl n mnrlAfr nrirr rf frm
two thousand to three thousand
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R. II. PEASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U. S, A.
at all costs. The Dowies at first
firmly refused lo let her go, but
she threatened to run away, and
finally they gave in. Her mother
scut her money, and, disillusioned,
broken in health and spirit, she
arrived at her old home the other
day. Her brothers, who ore rich
manufacturers in Geneva, are. de
lighted to sec their sister out of the
clutches of the Dowies.
Miss Hofer was converted to
Dowieism by the "prophet" at her
home in Constance, on the beauti
ful and historic lake of that name,
lying 011 the northeastern border of
Switzerland. She was brought to
this country by the elder Dowie,
and was married to Gladstone last
Miss Hofer was considered the
richest, most beautiful girl in her
country, her fortune being estimat
ed at $5,000,000. It was said at
the time cf the marriage that this
whole sum was to be turned ovar
to the Zion treasury. (
Just before the marriage it was
announced In a cable dispatch from
Geneva to the World that the
young woman's splendid chateau
on the shores of Lake Constance
was in the market, and that her
large property Holdings in the town
of Constance and its environs was
to be sold in the shortest possible
Dowie made his capture of Miss
Hofer while touring the continent,
nnd the story went out as he was
bringing her to Zion City that he
intended her as a bride for his
"unkissed" son, Gladstone. He
declared that no marriage was
planned; that the girl had been
sent by her mother to study at
Timber Resources of America.
Across the great lakes in Canada
there lies one of the world's largest
reserves of timber. In spite of the
tariff imposed, much of this timber
is today coming to the United
States. The forests of the Dominion
are begining to yield abundantly.
More than a billion feet of pine
sawlogs and square timber, during
a recent sea 1011, were cut upon terri
tory held under timber license from
the crown. Much of Canada's tim
ber land has not yet even been ex
plored. In the newly developed
districts of Algoma, which are close
to the great lakes, it is estimated
that there arc more than a hundred
million cords of spruie and pulp
wood, while in the districts of
Thunder Bay and Rainy River
there are nearly two hundred mill
ion cords more. A belt at least
three thousand miles long is be
lieved to exist in Canada between
Alaska and the Atlantic.
It has been estimated that, at the
present rate of cutting, the greatest
timber resources of the United Sta
testhose of the Pacific coast states
will be exhausted in less than
half a century, 'lie annual cut of
shingles and lumber in these re
gions is some four and a half bilion
feet. The standing timber of
Washington, Oregon and .northern
California is twice that of the origi
nal timber of the northern woods.
Washington produces about as
many feet of shingles and other
lumber as Oregon and California
together. This state is noted for
its shingles, there being more than
a thousand shingle mills within its
borders. At Tacoma are located
A IVopIo Who .Never Nay "No' anil
Never Do "Yet."
An experience of three years in
the Philippines has brought mc to
the conclusion that the Filipinos
nrc incapable of self-government.
They nrc managed by ti few ambi
tious leadcys. They have not yet
cultivated a sense of fair plav nnd
tolerance for those who differ in
opinion, nud yet, although the gift
of self-government in full measure
was not, possible, the United States
bestowed it to a degree by granting
practical autonomy in pioviucial
and municipal affairs. There arc
some Goo towns in which natives
have, in the main, the same con
trol over their local affairs as is en
joyed by the residents of towns of
corresponding size in the United
States. But a concentration of
governmental powers has been
Very few .of them, however, show
executive ability, and some of them
betray obstinate inefficiency and
inactivity. The tendency every
where in the east is in the direction
of one-man power, and, too often
in the Philippines, the mayorpr
provincial governor, dominates
everything so far as he can. He
is very ready with promises; but.
as some one has said, "the Filipino
never says 'no,' but never does
yes'.' " When asked for informa
tion, he studies you, and is inclined
to give you the answer he thinks
you want. Indirectness is a trait
and the giving of gifts by subjects
to those in authority a custom
common in the Philippines. From
instinct, the Filipino agrees with
the boodler's opinion that there is
no use in holding an office unless it
can be turned to profit. It is hard
for Filipinos to understand that the
giving of presents to government
officials is not right; it is very diffi
cult for them to believe that a man,
because he happens to be white,
has any scruples againstl it. They
look with a measure of contempt
upon a man who refuses. From
A. B. C. BEERS
In proof of this u,'c call attention to the statement,
below. It is an expression by an Eminent authority.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icK ov Statu Analyst
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
BimKHi.UY, July 18, 1904.
Dr. N. K. Fostkr,
Secretary State Board of Health.
I have examined sample marked "A. B. C. Beer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, and report as follows:
This analysis was made at the request of the "HiuutRT
Mercantile Co.," the sample having been bought by me in
open market. The leer was in a good state of preservation
and was clear and sparkling. The chemical analysis showed
that it was froo from adultoratlon, artificial pro
sorvativoB and Impurities.
sbal W. B. RISING,
TV Tp - BOHEMIAN
Jr: JJ W BOTTLED BEER
The ONLY BEER absolutely perfect nnd licolthlul, nccording to every
analysis, and the ONLY BEER bottled EXCLUSIVELY
AT THE BREWERY IN ST. LOUIS.
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J. C. OhUndt,
J. A. Duck.
C. H. Due
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Off Eoery Description.
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Wsh Scrap,
Muriate of Potash,
Nitrate of Soda,
The longest rame in the world is
believed to be that of Miss Annie , ti,e largest sawmills in the United
Keohoanaakalainhueakaweloai ka- States
naka, whose letters were addressed !
Star, I). C.
II. I. Washington
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Interest at $21U Per Hour.
The largest check ever drawn by
the government in favor of one man
in payment of interest on a loan
was that drawn in favor of William
II "ViiwInrKi if nc o nunrtfirltr niiu
nieui on his holdings of the loan of
4 per ct-iit consols of 1877-1907.
The check was dated April 1, 1882,
but it was only one of a series for a
like amount that the fatuous finan
cier received quarterly for several
years, and was signed by James Gil
iillan, then United States Treasurer,
and countersigned by W. H, Gib
son. Mr. Vanderbilt received a
yearly interest of $1,922,000 on his
holdings, which amout to 48,050,-
000. so turn tne ciicck 111 question
called for $480,500. It is now in
the possession of the currency bu
reau of the Treasury Department
and is exhibited to visitors and
sight-seers who daily throng the
corridors of the building. It is in
dorsed "W. H. Vanderbilt," and
was turned over to the Bank ol the
Metropolis in New York for deposit.
It is rather an interesting occu
pation, for some, to compute the in
terest on this one great loan of Mr.
Vanderbilt's. Every year he re
ceived $1,922,000, which amounts
to $480,500 quarterly, $160,166.66
monthly, $5,265.75 weekly and
$219.40 hourly, not to say $3.65
for every minute of his time, night
Hard 011 tho Drummers.
Once upon a time a litter of kit
tens came to the home of little six
year old Susie. As is usual at such
tirnesf the old mother cat was very
much in evidence. One day, after
the kittens were old enough to run
around the house, little Susie was
playing with one of them and was
overheard saying as she fondled
"Kitty, I know who your mother
is, an I know who your brothers
and sisters is, but kitty, I don't
know who your father is I spect
your father must be a traveling
man." December Lippincott's.
Another CtiKO or lllioumntlKin Unrod
by Clinmborlulu'ti l'alu llulm.
The efficacy of Chamberlain's
Pain Balm in the relief of rheuma
tism is being demonstrated dally.
Parker Triplett, of Grigsby, Vir
ginia, II. S. A., says that Cham
berlain's Pain Balm gave him per
manent relief fiom rheumatism in
the back when everything else
failed, and he would not be without
it. For sale by the Ililo Drug Co.
U7 Market Street;
High Grade Tankage.
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Indiana & YoloSts
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we Kiinrnnlec
to he correct.
re. Is. gixa.ru,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
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Steamers of the above line running in connection with the Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, I, C, anil Sydney, K. S, W., aml'callini; at Victoria, IS. C, Honolulu,
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From Vancouverand Victoria B. C.
For Brisbane, Q., aud Sydney:
MIOWERA ,., .....NOVEMBER 19,
MO.NA..., ..DECEMBER 17
AORANGI JANUARY 14
MIO.WERA FEBRUARY 11
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For. Victoria and Vancouver, B. C:
MOANA NOVEMBER 16
AORANGI DECEMBER 14
MIOWERA JANUARY 11
MOANA FEBRUARY 8
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