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THE WKHKL-Y HlI.O TRIBUNE, 1111.0, HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1905.
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For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: 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
Ventuta March 1
Alameda March 10
Sierra March 22
Alameda March 31
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma December 6
Alameda December 21
Ventura December 27
Alameda January 11
Sierra : January 17
Alameda February 1
Sonoma February 7
Alameda February 22
Ventura February 28
Alameda March 15
Sierra March 21
In connection witb the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through TIckOtS by any railroad
from San 1'rancisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to all European ports.
For further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
OKI, IPS r.VlK OIIIMIHK.
Kxprctcd In Itciiinln bill Yivrn
The inside litory of the tips mid
downs of tlio Chinese village con
cession on The Pike nt the World's
1'itir is gradually leaking out, now
now that the Hxposiliou is over,
and nil of the Chinese have been
It developed during the investi
gation of the immigration author
ities conducted during the summer,
that some, if not all of the Chinese
males had contracted to pay a cer
tain sum to the concessionaires to
bring them to America, the under
standing nnd agreement being that
on payment of a stipulated amount
they were to be allowed their free
dom. They were supposed to
quietly mnke their escape from the
government authorities after their
arrival at The Pike, nnd by the
substitution of native Chinese and
others already here, who wanted
to return to China, the company
expected to get all ol the 250
coolies safely located in this
The promoters did not count on
the strict surveillance exercised by
the government authorities, who
succeeded in preventing a single
successful violation oi the Chinese
exclusion act. No such system was
in force at the Columbian exposi
tion in Chicago, and it said that
practically every Chinaman who
was admitted to this country under
the special act allowing them to
enter for the purpose of exhibition
escaped and remained here.
Many pondered why so many
men were loafing about in the
Chinese village, with no visible
excuse for their presence there, in
as much as they took no part in
any performance or entertainment
and had no occupation. The secret,
which had been suspected, leaked
out when one coolie escaped and
was captured. He confessed that
he had come to this country under
contract to pay 850 to the company
for his transportation and assurance
of remaining in America.
Each Chinaman was under bond
to the government for $500 to in
sure his return to China, but there
was a margin of $350 each left
after the bond was forfeited, in
WELA KA HAO
Front St., Noxt to Akana's
In Kog or Bottlo
JOHN KAI, Jr.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors boned, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Koa Lumber in small and large quanti
ties; well seasoned.
Furniture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind or
furniture. Prices moderate.
Sorrao Cablnot Shop.
Apply to JOSH G. SERRAO.
AM, KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
R. II. PHASE, President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL., U, S, A.
case the coolies escaped, making a
good profit for the company. The
whole scheme was laid bare.
At the immigration bureau it
was stated that this deportation
marks the first instance in the
history of the Chinese exclusion
act wherein Chinamen brought to
this country for special exposition
purposes have been returned. It
cost the" government a good sum of
money as well as the time and ser
vices of a number of men to pre
vent the escape of the Chinese from
the Exposition. The immigration
bureau had inspectors on duty
every hour of the day and night,
and near the close of the F.xposi
tiou, when the Chinese realized the
situation and became ugly, threaten
ing to burn down the village and
do violence to the men to whom
they had advanced money, a special
detail of Jefferson guards were
placed on duty to watch them.
It was never intended that the
last party of celestials to arrive at
St. Louis should reach there, but
that they should drop off at different
points along the railroad on the
way in from San Francisco. The
immigration authorities, however,
anticipated some such scheme and
the train was so closely guarded
that every Chinaman landed in St.
Louis. The Chinese were all bun
dled onto a special train for San
Francisco and there put aboard a
TIIK PANAMA CANAL.
Iliiiiaii-Vailllu's Virus-Start Willi
Locks, (Minnie to Sea I, end Liiler
Phillippc Htiunii-Varilln, who,
before being minister of Panama to
Washington, was the principal en
gineer of the Panama canal, gave
out an authorized interview in Paris
lately relative to the building of the
canal at sea level. According to
M. Huuau-Varilln, the construction
of the canal at sea level is not only
possible, but it must ultimately be
so constructed, as are other connec
tions between oceans, like the
Straits of Ilosphorus, between the
Dlack sea and the Aegean sea.
Asked if the Panama canal ought
to le constructed nt once nt sea
level, M. Uunau-Vnrilla replied:
"Not nt nil. To be a perfect sea
level, the canal must be free from
any artificial work, and there is
perhaps no engineer who would be
willing to accept the. responsibility
of building it immediately without
dams on the Upper Chagres to reg
ulate the floods and without the
locks nt Panama to counteract in
the canal the currents due to the
ten-foot tide in the Pacific.
"The notion of a free discharge
from the Chagres into a locklcss
sea-level canal must result from ex
perience which would be acquired
by working a lock canal with a
central lake, such as that I devised
in 1892, and which was adopted by
the isthmian canal commission in
"The construction of such a
canal would give experimental data
about the necessary cross section of
the canal, about the slopes of the
deep cut at Culebra, and about the
sediments of the Chagres, all of
which arc essential for building a
sea-level passage successfully.
"As to changing from the lock,
to the sea-level form, I gave in
1887 a solution which I communi
cated recently to Admiral Walker.
It is an easy, practical method of
transforming the lock caunl into a
sea-level canal without stopping
navigation five minutes. It utilizes
for the sea-level canal all the work
done for the lock canal, except,
naturally, dams and locks.
"This solution entirely protects
the future. In one word, I think
it would be a great error to begin
with the sea-level plan at once. It
would cost $100,000,000 more and
require twice as much time. The
lock plan will be amply sufficient
until the traffic reaches 40,000,000
tons that is to say, seven times
the probable traffic in the first
year's operation and will lead by
experimental and a secure way to
an ideal solution of a sea-level
Tho (Irowlli of Abscnt-MlihledncHH.
There was a time when weddings
and funerals were looked upon as
engagements which it was impossi
ble to postpone. Of late, however,
the growing laxity of the age has
affected even these. Men and
women, too are becoming so care
less that they not only put off their
weddings, but now and then miss
the appointment. Some are so in
corrigibly casual that they would
be absent from their own funerals
if they had an volition in the
Rules for Attaining Old Ago.
Sir James Sawyer, an English
physician, has formulated the fol
lowing nineteen rules for prolong
ing life to 100 years:
1. Eight hours sleep.
2. Sleep on your right side.
3. Keep your bedroom window
open all night.
4. Hnve a mat to your bedroom
5. Do not leave your bedstead
against the wall.
6. No cold bath in the morning,
but a bath at the temperature of
7. Exercise before breakfast.
8. Eat little meat, and sec that
it is well cooked.
9. (For adults). Drink no milk.
10. Eat plenty of fat, to feed the
cells, which destroy disease germs.
11. Avoid intoxicants, which de
stroy these cells.
12. Daily exercise in the open
13. Allo.w no pet animals in your
living room. They are apt to carry
about disease germs.
14. Live in the country if you
15. Watch the three D's drink
ing water, damp and drains,
16. Have a change of occupation.
17. Take frequent and short
18. Limit your ambitions, and,
19. Keep your temper.
HOOK (H.UTTOXY. ,
Lord Itnsrbrry on Ml so Rending mid
the. Sin of Humming Hooks.
In a speech made nt the opening
of a new Carnegie library in Lon
don Lord Uosebcrry said: Knowl
edge is power, but that does not
nercssniily mean book knowledge.
Hook knowledge is only n part of
the knowledge that constitutes
power. Hooks arc excellent things;
it would be high treason to deny
that, coming here to open a free
library; but a gluttony of books is
just as bad as a surfeit of nny thing
else, nnd there arc a great many
excellent people in this world who
spend nil their days in reading nnd
who arc of no use to themselves or
to nnybody else.
The fact is that an appetite for
reading without digesting is as un
wholesome ns any other form of
gluttony. The man of vigorous
life among men would beat the
man of books always and at every
thing in this world. Libraries,
however, give them the tools with
which they can work out their own
Mr. Gladstone, by the aid of im
mense industry, was perhaps the
only man I have ever known who
was able to ndjust the balance be
tween his life of study and his life
of action satisfactorily to himself
and to others.
But books can also be an end in
themselves. The man with a
happy taste for books can come in,
tired and soured though he may be,
and fall into the arms of some great
author who would raise him from
the ground and take him into a
new heaven and a new earth, where
he would forget his bruises and
rest his limbs and return to the
world a fresh and happy man.
No limitation of means can in
these days excuse anybody from
not buying books, but we must dis
tinguish between books to be read
and books to be bought. There are
two further classes of books the
books that are borrowed from
friends and relumed and the books
that are borrowed and not returned.
The non-returning of books has
ended more friendships and termi
nated more affections than any
other cause ot wuicn 1 am cog
nizant. The man who borrows one
volume out of a set of volumes and
never returns it is a man who
should be treated like vermin
trapped or shot at sight, or any
other of the punishments which
might be extended to the lowest
and vilest of mankind. (Loud
laughter). London Mail.
Tlio t'zar of Russia.
Autocrat among autocrats, and
grand beneficiary of a tremendous
system of oppression, is the Czar
Nicholas II. Fearing for his life,
he is like clay in the hands of the
Diminutive and insignificant,
when he stands at full height he
must peer up to see the eyes of a
woman. He has an inborn weak
ness that approaches effeminacy.
His voice squeaks in a high falsetto.
His education has been grievously
neglected, for he has been bred en
tirely by women. The Czar of All
the Russias is weak and vacillating,
frightened by signs and dreams.
To sum up: Russia stands at a
great crisis in an evil plight. Its
aristocracy is rotten and tyrannous,
its people sodden in ignorance, with
out moral sense, dull and brutish;
its priestcraft often degraded, ex
tortionate, and sensual; its land of
natural resource wasted and con
sumed; its imperial line counting
human souls and bodies as bullion
for its coining; and its czar a gro
A. B. C. BEERS
In proof of this we call attention to the statement
below. It is an expression by an eminent authority.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icH ov State Analyst
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
HHRKUMtY, July 18, 1904.
Dr. N. K. Fosthk,
Secretary State Board of Health.
I have examined sample ninrked "A. B. C. Beer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, nnd report as follows:
This analysis was made nt the request of tlic "IIii.iihkt
Mercantile Co.," the sample having been bought by me in
open market. The beer was in a good state of preservation
and was clear and sparkling. The chemical nnnlysis showed
that it was froo from adulteration, artificial pre
servatives and impuritios.
sisal W. B. RISING,
;, mZ BOHEMIAN
Jr.m JL X-' BOTTLED BEER
Tbe ONLY DEER absolutely perfect nnd bcnllblul, Recording to every
analysis, and tbe ONLY HEER bottled EXCLUSIVELY
AT THE IIREWERY IN ST. LOUIS.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
J. C. Ohlandt,
C. II. Due
N. OHLANDT & CO
MANUPACTURRKS AND DBAUtKS IN
'Off Beery Description.
Queen Alexandra exhibited eight
bantams at a poultry show the
other day and received ten prizes
for tliem from the flattered judges,
Sulphate of Potash,
Sulphate of Ammonia,
Alaska Fish Scrap,
Muriate of l'olasli,
Nitrate of Soda,
137 Market Street.
High Grade Tankage.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Indiana & Yolo Sis
Certificate of Analysis accompanies our shipments, which we gunrantee
to be correct.
R. OL GUARD,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
ORDERS FILLED AT SHORT NOTICE.
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail SS. Co.
Steamers of the above line running In connection witb tbe Canadian Pacific Rail
way Company, II. C, and Sydney, N. S. W., and calling at Victoria, 11. C, Honolulu,
Suva and Brisbane, Q.; are dllO at Honoluluou or about the dates below
From Vancouver and Victoria B. C.
For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney:
MIOWERA NOVEMBER 19
MO.NA DECEMBER 17
AORANGI JANUARY 14
MIOWERA 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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