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THK W1JUKLY llH.O TlUHUNU, HILO, HAWAII, TUliSDAY, MARCH at, 1905.
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Bownro of imitations.
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uso of Aycr's rills.
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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.
Ventuia March 1
Alameda March 10
Sierra March 22
Alameda March 31
Sonoma April 12
Alameda April 21
Ventura May 3
Alameda May 12
Sierra May 24
Alameda June 2
Sonoma June 14
Alameda June 23
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda March 15
Sierra March 2t
Alameda April 5
Ventura April 11
Alameda April 26
Sierra May 2
Alameda May 17
Sonoma May 23
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
In connection with the Railing of the
above steamers the agents arc prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from San l'rancisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to nil European ports.
I'or further particulars apply to
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General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors ami nil edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Koa Lumber in small nnd large cpianti
tics; well seasoned,
l'urnlture made to order, any style
wanted. Repairs made on any kind ol
furniture. Prices moderate.
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I'ASSDI) III I It l Itl'.AIII.MI.
.Mt'iiotiros Mlilrli l.cu'lslulurc Unit
The House lias taken action
on the following hills on thiid rend
nig: An net relating to lieim of judge
ment and decrees (Smith). Defer
To amend the Revised Laws
respecting the Dislrirt Magisttatts
To amend the Revised "Laws
respecting pay ofjurois in Courts
of Record (Sheldon). Passed.
To limit the time within which
certain ctiminal actions may be
prosecuted (Long). Passed.
To prevent desecration of the U.
S. flag (Long), Passed.
Amending Sections 1251, 1260
and 1261 Civil Code, respecting the
duties of registrars. Passed, am
ended by .striking out its first sec
tion. To permit typewriting for the
To provide a
penalty for the
wrongful taking or multilatiou of
public records. Action deferred.
The Committee on Iutcrunl Im
provements reported on the follow
For roads in Kona and Kohala,
$22,000, (Pnlaa). Tabled,
I;or roads and culverts, Hilo,
Honolii, Wainnku, Pitueo, etc ,
$77,650, (Lewis). Recommended.
For culvert, Kumunuioike, $3,
000, (Lewis). Recommended, re
duced to $2,000.
For road from Volcano road to
Hoolulu prrk, $4,000, (Lewis).
For Kaiwiki road $5,000 (Lewis).
Recommended, reduced to $4,000.
The committee on agriculture
and commerce reported favorably
on Ilolstein's bill to amend the act
respecting vehicles, tires and
The committee on public expen
ditures recommended that the
claims of F. da Silva for bailiff of
the court of the Fourth Circuit was
a legitimate one and should be paid.
On Monday the following action
was taken on third reading:
An act relating to the amend'
incuts of bonds in judicial proceed
ings. (Andrade). Passed.
An act to amend sections n 55
and 1 156 of the Civil Code relating
to judgments, executions and new
trials. (Andrade). Passed.
An act to amend Section 1660 of
the Revised Laws providing for the
appointment of District Magistrates
(Sheldon). Andiade moved an
amendment placing the appointive
power in the hands of the Chief
Justice instead of the Governor and
a debate ensued.
Holsteiu wished the appointing
power to go to the Supervisors of
the different counties. On his
motion the bill was tabled.
An act relating to liens of judge
ment and decrees and repealing
Section 24 of Chapter LVII of the
laws of 1892. (Smith).
An act relating to vehicles, tires
and wheels. (Holsteiu.) Passed.
The Senate has passed the fol
lowing bills on third reading:
Senate Dill 39 to protect the
owners of containers of beverages
and medicines, was read for the
third time, and passed 9 to 6; Achi,
Lane, Paris, Dowsett, Hewitt and
Drown voting against it.
Senate Dill 9, the juvenile court
bill, on third reading caused some
discussion. Dishop explaining that
he did not think probation officers,
in the mixed population here, would
serve without pay and for that
reason he thought the law would
be so much dead matter on the
statute books. The thing might
work in mainland communities
but he did not believe it would
here, where the probation officers
1 would have to go into the houses
jof Chinese and Japanese delin
quents to keep an eye upon them.
Hc did not think the officers could
1)C KOl t() ci it.
Dickey defended his bill, and it'
was carried. Drown, Dishop, Paris
and McCandless voting against it.
Senate Dill 58, to provide for the
publication of United States Disttict
Court decisions on third reading
parsed without dissent.
House Dill 78, to regulate court
ptaclice on the ttial of causes, on
thiid reading passed without dis
sent. The Committee oil Kducalion
made a repot t recommending the
2-Room addition Pnpaikou
school, North Hilo $2,200
2-R00111 addition Houoinu
2-Rooin school bouse, Haka-
latt , 2.200
2' Room school house, Pepec-
keo I 2,200
1 -Room addition, Pahoa 1,000
2-Room bouse nnd cottage,
Ulna 3 1 000
School and cottage, Olaa
Senate Dill 55, exempting school,
chinch and other real property
from taxation, passed thitd read
ing, the vote being unanimous.
Senate Dill 60, repealing certain
sections' of the Revised Laws with
leference to thematket regulations,
passed third reading without dis
sent. Senate Dill 69, the pawnbrokers'
bill, came next on third reading,
but was found lo be so ambiguously
worded that it was sent back to the
Judiciary Committee to be generally
doctored up and to have ccttaiu
Senate Dill 76, providing for the
appointment of marriage license
agents, passed third reading. Achi
voting against it with a statement
of his doubt as to its constitution
ality. Senate Dill 77, providing for the
manner of the payment of license
fees, passed third reading without
House Dill 32, to exempt from
taxation property used in small
farming, passed third reading.
Dowsett, Paris, Wilcox, Woods,
Gandall and the President voting
On Monday last Senator Palmer
P. Woods scored a distinct victory
in the Senate by the action of that
body in adopting his minority re
port on Senate Dill 44, permitting
the Governor to take lands from
the forest reserves. Woods was
chairman of the Special Committee.
There was a majority report favor
ing the passage of the bill, a report
from Woods as a minority of one
amending the act so that the power
in question shall not be lodged in
the hands of the Governor. The
matter was discussed at some
length, and then the report of the
minority was adopted, the bill
thereby being read for the second
time with that portion lodging
power in the hands of the Governor
"It simply carries a Democratic
bill through the Senate," said
McCandless, when Dickey asked
what the effect of this action
Died for Country.
Stowed away in the hold of the
transport Thomas, which passed
through Honolulu recently were
136 coffins containing as many Am
erican soldiers who died while in
the .service of their country. Some
lost their lives upon the battlefields
of the Philippines, others died as a
result of wounds and sickness, but
all gave up their lives for their flag;
133 died in the Philippines, one at
Guam and two on the transport
Thomas. Coder Kzro, n recruit,
died while on his way to the Phil
ippines, and John Findel, a private
of the 9th battery, ematiated and
weak from a long sickness con
tracted in Luzon, expired when but
a few days more would have landed
him among those who loved him.
The Chinese voice lacks two
notes; its scale has six notes, in
stead of eight. The fourth and
the seventh notes are the missing
Nothing liquid to L'linmhnrhilii'N
Colic, Cholera mid Diarrhoea
Remedy Tor lion el Complaint
"We have used Chamberlain's
Colic Cholera and Dairrhoea Reme-
! l" our famil' for V" sa's
Mrs. J. if. Cooke, ol Nederlands,
rexn u- s- A- "We ll!vc given
it to all of our childien. We have
USed other medicines for the same
purpose, but never found anything
to equal Chamberlain's. If you
will use it as directed it will always
cure." For sale by Hilo Ding Co.
(MIUHUM'OKM Til KM.
(jollrjrc Professor Says Men nt Sixty
rite man who seems lo be the
most talked of lust now on the
mainland, nnd to have attracted
world wide attention, is Dr. William
Oslqr, late of Johns Hopkins. He
has now been appointed head of
the Medical School of Oxford Uni
versity. In his farewell address to
Johns Hopkins University at Haiti
more he declared that nothing in
the woild is accomplished by a
man more than 40 years old, and
that men of Co should be retired or
'In the science aud'art of medi
cine," he said, "there has not been
an advance of the first rank which
has not been initiated by young or
comparatively young men. To
modify an old saying, a man is sane
morally at 30, rich mentally at 40,
wise spirituallv at 50, or never.
The young men should be encour
aged and afforded every possible
chance to show what is in them.
"My second fixedidea is the use
lessness of men above 60 years of
age and the incalculable benefit it
would be in commercial, political
and professional life if, as n matter
of course, men stopped work at this
Reports of this address were tele
graphed all over the United States
and of course immediately chal
lenged the vnnity of every man ovir
forty, and the instinct of self pres
ervation .of every man over sixty.
Perhaps nowhere did his remarks
attract more dissent than iu,Con
gress where there are no end of
sexegenarians, n respectable num
ber of septuagenarians, several oc
togenarians, antl one or two nono
gcnariatis, or the next thing to it.
A great many of these have been
interviewed and have expressed
themselves. Speaker Cannon who
is 69 says:
"I have reached three score
years and something over, and am
still frisky. If Osier requires unani
mous consent to put his rernark
able theory into active operation", I
object. A maii is as old as he feels,
and I am 37 and frisky every day
of the year."
Senator Pettus of Alabama, who
is 84, says: "Why, bless your
soul, the best work I ever did in
my life was after I was 50 years of
age. I know Osier and doubt he
is correctly quoted."
Senator Stewart, who is 78, is
quoted as saying: "Dr. Osier is a
crank," Senator Teller, who is 75,
says: "I have more serious matters
to consider than the utterances of
Osier." Representative Payne, who
is 62, says: "lean hardly concur
with Osier's statement that a man
is not worth much after 40. I
would suggest that Roosevelt, who
is 45, is still worth a great deal."
Senator J. C. Durrows, who is 68,
says: "I think anyone who says a
man should be chloroformed when
he is 60 has reached the point
where he should be chloroformed
himself, and without delay."
Vice-President Fairbanks, who is
53, says: "I am within seven
years of the chloroforming age
myself, but I must admit I feel as
though I could be iu action con
siderably longer than that." Sen
ator Allison, 76: "I am not ready
to be chloroformed. When I am
I will consult Osier." Senator
Dates, 79: "I'm glad Osier's theory
is not law or I would have been
dead long ago. I think it's foolish
talk. The membership of the
United Slates Senate disproves the
assertion." Kllis II. Roberts,
United States Treasurer, 78: "The
views of Osier are curious rather
than scientific. He might have ex
plained how Thiers, President of
France, when he was near his
eightieth year, achieved his great !
diplomatic victory over Dismarck.
It would also be interesting how
Pope Leo XIII. really won his
immortality, which all concede to
him, after he had passed 83 years,
and he lived to be 93."
The Y. M. C. A. in KiiRland has '
an army branch called "The Chris-J
tiau Soldiers' Association." The j
other day at the eighth annual I
meeting, in London, 600 delegates
from the regiments were pres.-ut.
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In proof of this we cull attention to the statement
below. It is an expiession by an eminent authority.
It speaks for itself:
Oi'i'icK 01' Statu Analyst
CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS
DlCUKUI.HY, July IS, 1904.
Dr. N. K. Fostkk,
Secretary State Hoard of Health.
I have examined sample marked "A. D. C. Deer," St.
Louis, received April, 1904, and repott as follows:
This analysis was made at the request of the "II11.11KKT
MUKCANTlLi; 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 analysis showed
that it was froo from adultoration, artificial prc
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