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TIIU VKKKLY tULO TUIBUNK, IIIlA HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY
Spring l'ovirli considered n joke
when 11 mimic ile has it but
the condition is In reality no joke.
Spring 1-evir is one of the terms
appliud to that general relaxed con
ditlon ol the system which is so
common l this senson. It hull
elites, as a rule, a loss ol vitality
mid n disordered condition of the
blood. An effective remedy should
be promptly used bec.inse this con
ilitton readily In comes chronic,
Is just the remedy needed. It aids
digestion, tones up the nervous
system, purifies the blood and in
creases vitality. We are so sure
that it will give satisfaction in nil
cases that we sell it under a posi
tive guarantee. Your money back
if it ?ails.
H. L. SHAW, - Managkr
SERRAO LIQUOR CO
Complete Stock of I'ineSt Table
Wines, Ileers, Whiskies, Gins,
llraudics and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Scrrao Illock, Shipmau Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Heers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and Bottled
lOc Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
FIRST BANK OF m
Incorporated Under the
Territory of Hawaii.
I'UACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. PUCK - Preldent.
C. C. KKNNKDY Vice-Tret.
JOHN T. MOIK..211U Vice-Pres.
C. A. bTOMK Cuihler.
A. II. JACKSON Secretary.
John Watt, John J. Grace,
J. S. Lyman, H. V. Patten,
Wm.Pnllar. W. H.Sbipman,
Draw ICacctiunRC on
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The National Hank of the Re-) CucaKo
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co London
Hongkong-Shanghai Bank-) Hongkong
ing Corporation f China.
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ing Corporation ) China.
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SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
ililo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Mouses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tional Hoard of Fire Underwriters. I
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, Hed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . sib
Fa Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machino Motor 20
Tower for operating tlictu fi u mouth
Installation churgtd extra.
Estimates furnished on b11 classes ol
niectrlcal Work and Contractu tukeu to
iustall apparatus complete.
It's an easy Job for tlio barbor to
part tlio hair on a head llko this.
It's just as easy to prevent balduoss
if you only do tho right thing.
Ilaldncss is almost always a stiro
sign of neglect; It is tho story of neg
Dandruff Is untidy, unnecessary, and
euros dandruff and provents baldness.
You save your hair nndyou aro spared
tlio aunoyanco of untidy clothing.
It also stops falling of tho hair, and
makes tho hair grow thick and long. I
Do not bo deceived by cheap imltaJ
tlons which will only disappoint you.
Ho suro you get AYKK'S Hair Vigor.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgb St. - Hiu, H. I
Pacific Meat Markel
Front St., Hit,o, H. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
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The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
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Alameda June 23
Ventura July 5
Alameda July 14
Sierra July 26
Alameda August 4
Sonoma August r6
Alameda August 25
Ventura September 6
Alameda September is
Sierra September 27
Alameda October 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
ISierra July 4
Alamedn July ro
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
Ventura August r5
Alameda August 30
Sierra September 5
Alameda September 20
Sonoma September 26
Alameda October ir
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
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Through Tickets hy any railroad
I from San Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
any steamship line to all European ports.
I I'or further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Lid.
ational Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers
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Inoronso In Ileal h Kali' Unused
During the first six mouths of
1904, says Public Opinion, the per
centage of deaths from pneumonia
compared with the total number of
deaths in the city of New York was
19.5, an increase from 14.7 in the
first hnlf of 1898. This is lite high
est rate recorded, the next being
19.4 in 1900. In no other year has
it risen above 17. The same in
crease is shown by decades, the
rate per thousand of the population
from 1864 to 1874 being 2.20, from
1874 to 1884, 2.57, from 1884 to
1894, 2.98. A much greater in
crease is expected for the decade
now ending. Pulmonary tubercu
losis is excluded from these statistics.
Last June the board of estimates
and apportionment of New York
city appropriated $10,000 for an
inquiry into the cause and preven
tion of pneumonia, and the com
mission has organized and begun
its work under the direction cf the
New York Hoard of Health. The
chairman of the commission is Dr.
William H. Welch of Johns. Hop
kins University, and among the
members are Dr. William Osier of
Johns Hopkins University, Dr. T.
M. Prudden of Columbia University,
Dr. Frank Hillings of the Univer
sity of Chicago .Jnnil Dr. Thomas
Darlington, president, and Dr. II.
M. Biggs, general health officer of
the New York health department.
The inquiry will be national in its
scope. The problem ot prevention
of the spread of acute respiratory
diseases was outlined recently by
Dr. Biggs for the New York Her
ald: There can now be no questioli
that the exciting cause in each one
of the diseases of this group is a
micro-organism which requires the
conditions for its growth and mul
tiplication as are found in the liv
ing body. These organisms prac
tically do not multiply at all out
side of the tissues in cavatics of the
body under natural conditions.
The infection thereof must practi
cally always be the result of com
munication, directly or indirectly,
from one human being to another.
The conclusion, then, seems justifi
able that these diseases are essen
tially communicable, and however
great the inherent difficulties of the
problem may be, theoretically at
least, they should be to a greater or
less extent preventable. The dif
ficulties in the problem of preven
tion arises largely from the wide
distribution of these organisms,
Steroptococcoi, pneumococci, and
influenza bacilli arc at present in
almost morbid conditions in the
respiratory tract of the inhabitants
of large cities, and probably, also, to
a very large extent in the respira
tive tract of healthy individuals.
The conditions are much like those
existing with relation to diphtheria,
excepting that these organisms
probably live more readily and, for
longer periods of time in the body
cavities of healthy individuals than
do the diphtheria bacilli, and the
latter, perhaps, have (at least in
childieu) greater pathogenic acti
vities. ChllA'H Long Journey Alone.
After being separated by thous-
ands of miles from her family, eight-year-old
Maria Mnjunsz met her
mother for the first time in four
vears at union station yesterday.
A tag, labelled with the tot's name
and the Pittsburg address of her
family, 802 Shelby avenue, was her
only identification 011 her long
journey by sea and land from the
interior of Hungary to the arms of
her mother in Pittsburg.
Passengers and employes were
affected at the scene between mother
and daughter, and, although none
could understand their Hungarian
exclamations of joy, all knew the
Knglish equivalents. Seven years
ago the lather came to America,
and after three years of hard work
sent for his wife'. Iioth worked
hard to bring (he child across the
water, and about three months ago
the money for her passage was sent
her. Officialdom met the child
more than half way, and her path
was paved with kindness. Pitts
HOUNDING A MAN
K'opjriRhl, 1903, liy T C McClurol
After li-n years' fnlthfill service) ns
cashier In n department otorc In Parte
Gaston lo Itoy had been found guilty
of embezzlement. A sum of money
amounting to about $200 wni mlsHlng
and could not be accounted for. He
protested his Innocence, and lm offered
to mnkc the amount good from his sav
ings, but the police bad got hold of the
matter mid refused to let It drop. Tho
police of France more than any other
country hold that 11 person who Is
vhnrged 'with un offense against the
law Is guilty. It Is not for the law to
prove him so, but for blin to prove his
Innocence. They said to the cashier:
"You have had charge of the funds
In this store. A sum of money Is miss
ing, nnd you cannot account for It. It
therefore follows that you embezzled
It. At any rate, you must prove In
court that you did not."
Neither the proprietors of the store
nor the cashier's friends believed I1I111
guilty. There was a slip somewhere,
u mistake; some one had seized oppor
tunity to gobble on to tho notes, but
the police took, hlui away and contend
ed that lie must prove that some one
guilty In order to secure his olvn lib
erty. The young man was sent to pris
on for n year and his reputation rulued
forever. lie did not think so when he
emerged. Strong In the consciousness
of his Innocence, ho returned to Paris
with the determination to begin anew.
The old linn could not take him buck,
but they gave him n recommendation,
nnd he soon secured employment clso
where. Within a week the police ap
peared nnd said to his employer:
"You have 11 man In your employ who
could not prove his Innocence of a
theft. You must dlschurge him. If
you do not you will bo encouraging
Young I.o Itoy was discharged.
He wnndered out Into tho country
and secured employment on a farm.
Tho work was hard and tho puy poor,
but bo wns living an honest Hfo when
a police olllclal nppeared nnd Insisted
that ho be Instantly discharged. lie
was even threatened with arrest nnd
punMimcut for defying tho law.
That was tho end. Tho ex-couvict
headed for Paris with murder lu his
heart. In hnlf nu hour his mind had
been made to turn crlmlnnl and be
come n terror to the law. On reaching
the city he made for tho haunts of
vice, nnd Inside of n mouth the police
heard from him.
I.e Itoy wus Le Itoy no longer. He
wns Jnrltz. In two yours ho com
mitted fifty robberies single handed.
Then bo beenme tho lender of a bund,
and murder was added to robbery. It
was always the pollcu who were the
victims. In one year ten Paris police
men were stabbed to death. No ouo
suspected that Jnrltz was tho ox-
cnshler under another name, nnd no
one could account for this singular
hatred of tho police. The best de
tectlvo talent lu the country was em
ployed to hunt the man down, but ho
escaped every smiro laid for him. An
fast as n member of hls band was
taken ho took on another recruit They
were to nsslst lu the robberies, but
tho killing was reserved for his own
Jnrltz ran n enreer of four years,
and during that time the klltlug of
fifteen policemen wan laid at his door.
Tho value of his plunder for the saino
time was estimated at tliree-quartera
of 11 million dollars. Then the man's
logic forced him to reallzo that the
end could not much longer bo dolayed.
Half a hundred detectlvos were look
ing for him, nnd tho rewards offered
for his apprehension footed np over
$80,000. Some of his band wero cer
tain to betray him to secupo this re
ward. When he had made up his mind
what to do ho distributed his property
among tho hospitals under nnothor
mimo nud took n houso In the Ituo Vlnt
nor. It was a tumble down houso In n
wretched street, and Just where tho
police would look to flud him. There
was it first nnd second lloor, and en
trance could bo had to tho second story
hy wuy of n second old rookery nnd
the windows. On taking possession
of tho placo Jnrltz sawed tho stairs In
two and propped them up In such a
way that ho could pull tho prop nwoy
with a rope. When tho stairs went
crashing down Into tho cellar whoever
wns on thorn nt tho time must moot
with n terrible fall. After a week he
cent n boy to give htm uwny to the
police. Tho lad claimed to havo had
his suspicion nroused and to havo
wutchod tho houso for n week. He
was sure that it was Jurltz hiding
there. Ho told tlio pollca of the ap
proach by tlio windows, nnd nt 8
o'clock In tho uftornoon a detachment
of forty men suddenly surrounded the
Ten of them rushed into tho neighbor
ing houso to force tho entrance. Jnrltz
met them and shot two nnd then re
treated with wonls of defiance. Tlio
eight men rushed him back to tne
Btalrs and down It to tho landing.
There ho stopped to hurl further de
fiance at them, nnd when they crowded
down upon him tlio prop was pulled
uwny, and tho eight fell Into tho collar.
Two wero killed niul tho rest badly
"I am aiiBton Lo Itoy, tho ox-cashier
and ex-convlctl" called Jarltz after
them, nnd then ho put tho muzzle of
his revolver to his bend nnd pulled the
There wero a few newspnpers lu
Franco that dug down and got at tho
real truth of tho tragedy nnd laid it
before their readors, but the most of
them referral to Jnrltz as n hnmun
brute and rejoiced Uiat he was off tho
face of the earth, Ho was Just what
tho police hud made him. He was a
hounded man driven to criminal des
peration, m. QUAD,
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