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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 22. t905
Mix it Yourself and You know its Good.
fair price fur the Cnnct-ntrHtrd and 'Imp Paint alone,
ilrtd the market price for Haw Linseed'Oil, and know
What you fife getting instead or iiymsj the ready
mixed paint price for the canned "oil" that constitutes
half its hulk, when the market price for the pure oil
ts only about one t hird that, you have to pay for the
canned oil in the ready -mixed.
IOO lbs. Lead at 8c . .
5 1-4 Cals. Oil at 75c ,
1-4 Cal Dryer , , ,
Makes 6 3-4 Cals. Paint for
Or SI.82 per Cal.
One gallon of Kinloch Faint,
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proposes to run the Leading Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Hale
ukala with competent guides
NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
HACKS. BllGGIES. SADDLE HORSES
AT ALL HOURS
Osirnpetcnt aitd careful drivers.
First-Class Turnouts Constantly
on land. Special attentroii to.
Tourist Parties. Skillful (,'nides
to (uo and ' Haleakala. i
Headqaarters fur Commercial Men
CONVEYANCES MEKT ALL 8TEAMEH3
AND TRAINS ;
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Leaves Wailuku 'daily at 1:30 p. m '.
' Lahaina " at 8:30 i. m.
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WELL DRESSED IS IHALF THE BATTLE
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Hoffman & Rothchild
. . . And win in tlie end . . .
is not n tenly -mixed
in buying it vmi unv a
mixed with ono gallon of oil. makes
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1 '! -Wi'
stir them together, gulloti for pnllon. no more, no less,
and nothing else; and vou have an absolutely pure
linseed oil paint ready for the brush. All the neccessary
driers, turpentine, etc. (everything except the raw
oil) are already ground into the Kililoch Paint.
, $12. IO
two gallons of paint ready for use.
What Caused War.
Paris, March 28. The Associated
Press is in a position to complete the
diplomatic history of the Russo Jap
anese relations, resulting in the war,
bv giving to the world the exact text
of RuRsit's final reply to Japan dated
February 3rd, 1904, which has never
before been made public. Baron
Rosen, former Russia minister to
Japan, did not have an opportunity
of presenting the note to Baron Ko
mura, Japanese foreign minister, a
it was not delivered to him until Feb
ruary 7th, the day after he had been
informed of the rupture. Russia has
al.vays claimed that the Japanese
government having decided to break
off negotiations, and begin hostilities,
deliberately held up the message at
Tokio until M. Kurino. former Jap-ane.-e
minister at St. Petersburg,
could deliver the instructions sent
him February 5th to sever dipl'niatic
relations. Japan, on th? contrary,
contended that the contents of the
reply having been t-ubstanlially vi'in
muuicaied by Foreign Minister Lums
dorff to M. Kurino, and being unac
ceptable on the main issue, it. was
useless for Japan to wait any longer.
The text of the proposition follows:
1. A mutual engagement to' re
spect the independence anl terri
! torial integrity of Korea.
2. An engagement on the part of
Russia not to impede the commercial
or industrial undertakings of Japan
in Korea, or oppose her measures for
safeguarding such interests.
3. Recognition by Russia of Jap
an's preponderating interests in
Korea, and her right to offer advice
aiul assistance tending to the im-
; provement of the administration of
4. A mutual obligation not to use
any part of Ko.ean territory for
strategic purposes, nor und:rtake on
the coasts of Korea any military
A 14 year-old boy can mix the
"Kinloch" and the oil; Simply
One Cal. "KINLOCH"
One Cal. Raw Oil , ,
Makes 2 Cals. Paint for
Or SI.50 per Cal.
each gal Ion of which will
works which mi nace free navigation
of the Korean straits.
5. Recognition by Russia of Jap
au's right to send troops to Korea in
accordance with the preceding arti
cles for the suppression of insurrec
tions and disorder calculated to
create international complications.
6. An engagement by Russia to
respect the rights and privileges ac
quired by Japan as well as other
powers in Manchuria through treaties
with China. Japan to recognize Mau
churia and the littoral as beyond her
sphere of inte. est.
7. A mutual agreement not t: im
pede the junction of the Korean and
Eastern China railroads when they
have reached the Yalu river.
8. That this agreement supplant
all previous agreements between
Russia and Japan respecting Korea.
9. The desirability if possible of
creating a neutral zone in Korea.
A careful comparison of the above
and preceding exchungos all of which,
heretofore have been printed fully
confirms the fact that Russia, from
the first to the last, insisted that it
was inconsistent with her dignity to
include in a special treaty with Jap
an an obligation to respect the terri
torial integrity of China in Manchu
ria, reiterating in the instructions
sent to Baron Rosen which were ac
companied by a note of explanation
to Japan that Russia's position in
Mauchuria concerned first China and
then all the other powers having com
mercial interests there, and again
pointing out the declarations already
made by Kussia to foreign cabinets
of her intention so long as the ac
cupatioi: of Manchuria continued to
recognize the sovereignty and the
binding fjree of the treaties contract
ed by the powers with the Pekin gov
ernment. With the exception of a rearrange
ment and some slight verbai changes,
the first five articles are identical
tQp "Pure Linseed Oil is the whole
IStwAUotl Life and Durability 'f anv
Pa,int"-the practical painter's commonest axiom and
when you buy "Kinloch" and got the Uav Oil sopumte
ly, you thus remove almost the soul source of
paint adulteration, and secure your own absolute
knowledge and guarantee of the basis noon which all
paint durability is founded.
usually cover, with two coats;
with those of Russia's oi iginal reply
to Oe.otober 3rd, 1903. Russia made
three concessions in the final note,
1. The withdrawal of the provision
of January 6, 1904, declining V re
cognize the settlement rights in Man
churia acquired under treaties with
China, a point on which Japan laid
great stress. These rights Russia
claimed were acquired bv Japan un
der cover of treaties negotiated by
the United States.
2. Recedence from iusistance on
the proposition for a neutral zone in
Northern Korea, but again putting
forward its desirability. ,
3. Acceptance of the stipulation
in Article 3 of Japau's original pro
positions regarding the juncture of
the Korean and Manchurian rail
roads. Russia refused:
1. To include in the treaty an ob
ligation to respect the territorial in
tegrity of Manchuria
2. To withdraw the inhibition
against using Korean trritorv for
The note, it is claimed, proves con
clusively that Russia hoped to pro
long the negotiations.
Lipton Will Try Once More.
Chicago, March 28. Alex II. Re
veil of this city received today a
letter from Sir Thomas Lipton, writ
ten on board of his yacht in the In
dian Ocean, ia which he says he is
determined to have one more try for
the xmerica cup-'-the famous old
mug," as he calls it. The onlv dif
ficulty m the wav was to tind a de
signer, but he will give the matter
attention as soon as he returns from
Ceylon, He ended his letter by say
ing that he would be very much
disapoointed if he cannot arrange
for another contest next vear.
Wear the Celebrated
them in the
300 square feel of surface.
Wall Street and It Warden
The Literary Digest, in speakiug
of how the captains of finance bear
the ordeal of riches, says:
Mr. Lawson, he of Frenzied Fin
ance, delights in giving, particularly
ff the giving have a fantastic or fairy
tale effect. Mr. Luwson was return
ing from hi uNville. At some way
station the train was detained, and
the active Mr. Lt wsou got oft to
stretch his legs. He fell foul of a
" Where do you live, little man?"
asked M Lawson.
" Live there," returned the smudgy
one, pointing to a near by shanty
where a woman was mowing arid
bowing above a wishtub.
" What does your father do?"
" He don't do nothin'; he's dead.".
" Is that your mother washing?" .
" Do you see this?" and Mr. Law
son peeled a $500 bill from the' roll he
took from his pocket.
" Yep I" said the smudgy one, low
ering his voice out of respect for the
"Well," quoth Mr. Lawson, "hold
it tight and run with it to your moth
er. Tell her that it's $500, and to
lake it to a bank, not to a procery
to get it changed." This last lest
the local Intelligence be puzzled by a
$500 bill as something beyond its ex
perience. " Now, scoot !" command
ed Mr. Lawson.
The smudgy one " scooted," and
the train pulled out in time to rescue
Mr. Lawson from the washerwo
man's gratitude, which she issued
clamorously forth to express.
Atlas was holding up earth. "Ha!"
he chuckled, "this makes Mrs. Chad
wick's game look small." 'Giving it
a little jolt to see whether Port Ar
thur would fall, he continued his
work. New York Mail. ...