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Tl'Iflt HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, fRHUUARV 27, 1912.
E8TADI.I8HK1) IN 1SI0.
BISHOP & CO.
Commercial and Travellers'
letters of Credit Issued on the
Hank or California and the Lon
don Joint Stock Hank, Limited,
Correspondents for the Amor
lean Express Company, and
Thos. Cook Son.
Interest allowed ou term and
Savings Hank Deposits.
Morning Cable Report
CCwttlnuwl froi Page One.)
WASHINGTON, rVhruary 1'7. -T M of ,Tlh Cavalry have
1 ordwmi to OsmsIm and oiu to NWlen. "" bloli " Atnerlonn
iror.es will l aide at ot.ee to cross ! Mexican territory if ncoosmiry.
KL PASO. Txs, February 27.-Tbf "", r! ""Ivftiiclmc on Junroz.
, nn'v t()(i armwl citUens are prepared to oppoe thoir entrance.
I In the city are OOO troops of Hi VontlU Cavalry and tho Hlghtoonth
1 infantrv is here with machine aims
This afternoon a detachment of V Toxra militia hud to dodRo bull ta
: Ami from Hcross the border. At leait twenty shots wore Ural from be-
hind cars. Maxim silencers being in" " "' "". 11 ""
possible to locate the ,iour of the shots.
MARF February 27. Cowboys bore arc rallying to rescue American
ranchmen who have been besieged for twelve hours by M extent lusur
gents oppoHl.c SIcrrB Hlnnca.
WASHINGTON. February 27. On the i.uthority of several members of
the United States Senate it waa stated hero today .that Colonol Roosevelt
wrote to President Taft, during the Unit when tho Mndoro forces wore fight
ing with the .irinv or former President nd whon It appeared that
American intcnention might be necessary, volunteering his services to head
a regiment of American cavalry. If intervention becr.mo necessary.
NAN KINO February 27 The Cabinet Is considering immediate can
cellation of relation with Holland, on account of tho killing and Imprison
ment of Chinese at Java during a celebration or tho abdication of tho
eiupcroi of China.
SAN KIlANCISCO. February 27. Charles M. Hammond, a brother-in-ltw
: t olon.-l Hoosevolt, is organizing! the Taft forces here.
Aititrioftn oftltfer's words that la tint
oniimrtHl to the wall-altttatwl cltlnetis
tiHn the mainland.
That thoro Is truly a yellow peril
In thoso IslnndB none of tho big man
like Judge Dole, Oovornor Froar,
Lorln A. Thurston or Walter Dilling
ham will acknowledge for publication.
Hut tcorat of times In private thoBO soldier.
same men of affairs have whisporcu guago,
Ktttm nntl worU dm used on Kwrount
of the Territorial law prohibiting the
use of dreamt. At hundreds of
schools ninlnUltiod by Japanese on
land loasod from tho United Statos
tho lioyrt and girls ate compolled to
loam military maneuvers and tactlcH
undor tho tutorship of a roi Japanese
Nothing but JnpanoBe Inn
prlnclplos nnd idonls arc
Issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Traveler's Checks
available throughout the world.
Phone 3184. F. J. McLoughlln.
HONOLULU FORGE CO.
General Ship and Machine Blak
smithllng. Tools and Springs made
and repaired. Estimates given on
211 Queen St., near Alakea,
Honolulu, T. H.
P A P Ji! K
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AMERICAN-HAWAIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Phono 1410. Geo. G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
a PALM CAFE.
& Hotel, near Fort.
San Francisco Chronicle. -'The
great amount or attention being paid
to the automobile export business this
year lends pF.rticulnr interest to tho
Hawaiian field," said Manager A. S.
Holden of the local Stearns branch
yesterday. Americans are apt to
think of the Hawaiian Islands as be
ing a great distance away, and yet the
islands and this country are not sepa
rated by such a great distance afttfr
"American manufacturers have of
lato been finding a very fertile market
in Honolulu and other cities in the
islands. In prat years European cars
have held much of tho attention of tho
Hawaiian public, but the pendulum Is'
now swinging tho other way. No doubt,
tho standing of tho European cars has
had much to do with the selection of
the American machines, and it is quite
probable that tho strides made in
Europe by tho 'Silent Knight' type
motor largely Influenced tho selection
of tho Stearnn-Knlght by one of the
largest automobile dealers in Hawaii.
"Several Stearns-KnigUt cars have
been shipped to the islands during tho
pest few months, and thoir success will.
doubtless lead to a large trade In tho
American motor cam of the bettor
class. A number of Steams-Knight
tars shipped to tho islands have been
called upon to do exceptionally hard
work in mountain climbing, and espe
cially over roads and up grades where
the pulling taxes the car to the utmost."
the hope that Uncle Sam would novor taught.
get Into serious complication with '
Japan so long ns Hawaii romnlus In CHURCH MERGERS .
Ub comparatively defenseless condl-, ROUGH ON PREACHERS.
Hon. i TOPHKA (Kas.), February 18. A
It Is true that at this moment tho movomont Is widespread In Kansas
Island or Onhu, the one upon which tllr,t promises to put several thorns
Honolulu and the chief wealth of tho' aml preachers out of business. From
Territory Is found, could take caro of dozens of localities conic rcorts of
Itself both from without and within, n,ted efforts In religious revivals and
Hut on the other Islands of tho group Kottlng together by the frlonds of all
no such feollne of security Is found: nenomlnatlons In social gathorlnga. Ap-
Innd It Is with much good reason that l,ea,s nro bel"E "ia(, to bring the
the American people of thoso Islands members of all churches In tho small
are strongest In urging that a forco towns r the stat lt o compact
of troops sufficient to meet all and religious movement,
ever emergency ho permanently sta- " 8 Plntel out thal ' vory little
tIou?d In Hawaii. Some of those is- town 1,1 the btatc- tw- threo an(l m
lands are between 200 and 300 miles sonlc l,laceB four tussling church or
from Honolulu 1 Ba,lizatlona aro running in opposition
Upon Hawaii, the largest in area of to one another A union of tho churches
the group, there Is a foreign-born pop- .u
... .. , . , ,, i preacners, who wuiim iuivu nu uiuur
illation, nlmost wholly Japanese, of 1
TO G02EMA 8UFFBRSR9.
Wo would nol reeomtnetitl any rem-
my for lCcetim( PnrlMlt, or any other
trouble with the skin, unions wo knew
(hat It was sclontiflaalty compounded,
(hat Its Ingrodionts could not posslbly
harm tho most dollcato akin, and thnt
It would givo Instant rollof,
Wo have many romedlos In our
store and mako it a point to handle
only thoso thnt can bo rolled upon, but
wo especially rccomtnond tho D. D. U.
Proscription for Eczema to all our pat
rons who havo any form of Bum trou
ble, because we know wnnt It will do
Wo can vouch porsonnlly for tho mer
its of tho D. D. D. Prescription.
IT you want Instant relief from tint
torturing, Itchy Eczoma or would llko
to have your face freed from unsightly
blotches and pimples, let us tell you
about this D. D. 1). Proscription, and
tho wonderful D. D. D. Soap that Is
used with It.
Remember, wo know tho D. I). 1).
Prescription will givo you Instant re
lief. Hotter call today and let us tell y6u
moro about this wonderful remedy.
Benson, Smith & Co
29.24G, out of a total population of CD,-
723. The Hawallan-horn Japanese
number over GOOO, making tho actual
Japanese number nearly two-thirds of
Hllo Is the largest city of that Is-
means of support.
FORMOSA PINEAPPLE CANNING.
For several years tho pineapple
canning Industry in Formosa has pros
pered. Its factory has been constantly
lmnroved and enlarged, the annual
SIXTY THOUSAND JAPS
ARE COUNTED IN HAWAII
Honolulu Authority Says Gen. Carter
Has Spoken Only Half the Truth
and Declares That at Hundreds of
Native Schools Both Boys and Girls
Are Being Drilled by Veteran Offi
cers of Nippon.
By direct wire to tho Los Angeles
HONOLULU, February 11. (Exclu
sive Dispatch.) When Major-General
Carter of tho United States Army
stated several weeks ago that there
aro 35,000 Japanese in Hawaii, he
I spoke only half tho truth. There are
at this writing, according to Terri
torial figures, 59,089 Japanese here,
with an addition ot nearly 2000 Hawaiian-born
General Carter's scaro may or may
not bo taken seriously, but to thoso
who know tho traits of Japanese char
acter, who fully realize the intensity
of their patriotism, or who may have
seen them fight In China during tho
Boxer outbreak, or later against the
Tie Manama specie Bank
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Capital Subscribed ... .Yen 48,000,00
Capital Paid Up Yen 30,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 17,150,008
Genoral banking business transact
ed. Savings account for ?1 and up
wards. Flro and burglar proof vaultu, with
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent at $2 per
year and upwards.
Trunks and cases to bo kopt on
custody at moderate rates.
Particulars to bo appliod for.
YU AKAI, Manager.
I Honolulu Office, Bethel and Merchant
Tel. 2421 and 1594. , P. O. Box 168.
Just received by tho S. S. Wllhol
i . .
mllra tnc latost in l.mon ana lngono
Now O pen
land, and the great sugar-shipping ca,mcltJ. now i,elg i0,000 cases of two
point of the Territory, and Hllo Is 200 dozen CRng each Slnce Japan.s new
miles from Honolulu, and with but a customs tariff of JuiVi 19U, tho For-
slngle company of tho national guard ,nosan lllnea,)plo industry ho.3 virtually
to defend it in time of stress. Just wo,i ., mnnniv Tim industry is
how long that Isolated company of Ha- further faV0red by a refund of ?2.50
wailan militia would hold out In case sllgnr.consumptlon tax for every 1C3
of trouble may better bo guessed than noundB 0-f Bllgar contained in preserv
prophesled. e(1 pineapples exported. Tho principal
In some of the other Islands condl- marnccta are in Japan, Korea, and
Hons similar to those existing upon Mnnchuria. Such promising conditions
Hawaii are found, but in some re- have prompted tho organization of tho
spects they are worse because the Taiwan Onral Kansume KnUha (For-
Japanese still more disproportionately I110sa Pineapple Canning Co.), capital,
outnumber tho whites. But in every jino.OOO cold, which will erect factor-
one of the Islands the conditions of ies in Hozan and in Tainan Consular
the country are such that a few thou- Heport.
sand plantation laborers armed and ,
led by men who were officers in tho! CROUP.
Japanese servico could hold off and) if your children are subject to at-
flght a much larger forco for months, tacks of croup, watch for the first
Among the Japanese, themselves, 'symptom, hoarseness. Givo Chamber
whatever their reasons or intimations, Iain's Cough Remedy as soon as the
there is a feeling that sooner or later child becomes hoarse and the attack
there will be a conflict. I may 'be warded off. For sale by all
There are hundreds of Japanese ' dealers. Benson, Smith & Co. agents
military companies all over the Is-' for Hawaii.
lands which are constantly being' --
drilled in military tactics hy officers Seo "Pelorour. Jack" end Maori,
ELECTRIC FRYING-PAN ao algo whUo of
A new electric-cooking uton&ll Is not . ,
1.. t. f,.lo n1,l UU-UI-UO iUU.lb null...
of cooking anything that can bo fried
in tho ordinary manner, but also be
"comes a disk stove, suitable for all
kinds of light cooking, toasting, etc., !
by simply inverting It. The pan Is
made of sheet steel, and the heating
element Is located In tho bottom, her
metically scaled between flteel walls j
so that it is completely protected from j
oxidation. It can bo operated at throe .
temperatures, high, medium, and low,
the desired temperature being obtain- SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
ed by means of an indicating push-
button switch. Two pictures of tho Nuuanua Street, off Chaplain Lane.
utensil appear in tho March Popular ! .
Mechanics Magazine. PUBLIC STENOGRAPHER.
MEALS 20c and 25c
BOMBS WHILE FLYING
The airmen of tho Italian military .A8ent To Grant Marriage Licenses,
aeroplanes, which have been dropping j Loan9 Negotiated; Real Estate,
bombs into tho ranks of the Turks, Court, Legal and Commercial Work,
do not .itart flight with the bombs . q
loaded, lost the machines thould come J JL ijOcLFCS
Russians, there is a meaning to thewho have seen actual servico. Wooden I Opera House, Tuesday night.
to earth heavily and thus cause dls-
aster. Instead, the officer whoso duty
it is to drop bombs while his com- j
panlon operates tho aeroplane, fills
each bomb c.i ho requires It, holding
the bomb caso or shell between his 1
knees and the screw-cap between his j
teeth, pouring tho Ingredients In as
best ho can. The bombs used are
about the slzo of an orange. From
tho March Populr.r Mechanics Maga-!
Room 7, Magoon Building.
SO SAY THOSE WHO HAVE A COPY OF
This indespensable kitchen accessory is a collection
of choice but eminently practical recipes, and were
formerly published in the Household Page of The
YOU SHOULD NOT BEX
WITHOUT A COPY.
THEY MAY BE OBTAINED FROM
A. B. Arleigh & Co.; Crossroads Bookshop; H. Culman; Wall, Nichols Co and
Hawaiian Star. The Price Is Bat TwentyFive Cents I