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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, February 06, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 11, Image 11',
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BIO REDUCTIONS AT
FORT ST., below KING
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Pau - Ka
is a Honolulu - made
soap that is nearly pure.
Scientific analysis proves
this and stands behind
the guarantee of the
is liberally used, an in
gredient not found in all
of the brown soaps these
days. Pau - Ka - Hana
is cleansing, it does its
work quickly, and gets
into corners with the
least ,assistancefrom the
scrubber. It takes the
work on its shoulders.
Buy from your Grocer.
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
No Others Quite So Good
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness,
Chas. R. Frazier
Jlionc 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
TORT AND KINO STREETS.
Riillolin Business Office Thone 250.
Bulletin I'.ditoiml Room Phone 185,
Piiccs 15o, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
NUUANU below HOTEL.
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN OUTING THAN
ST. CLAIR BIIK100D,
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, ir YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not feel it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Durable, Accurate, Easy of
See Our Line of
Oat & Mossman,
70 Merchant St., near P. 0.
$800 House and Lot on Judd nr.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be-
low Judd St. 50 x GO.
$1400 House and Lot at Puunui ni.
Car Line. 75 x 300.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG. 4 S. KINO ST.
NOW ON EXHIBITION.
BOSTON BLDG., FORT ST.
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC Co., Ld.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
Tel. HO. -
The Tincst Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN, Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
with their new FRENCH
dry cleaning process,
257 Brrctauia St. Phone 1401,
KATSURA & KOMURA
TALK W AMERICA
Gives Out Important
MOST FRIFNDLY FELLING
FOR AMERICAN PEOPLE
Don't Want Laborers To Go to Amer
ica When They Arc Not
Wanted Policy of
Wasldimton, .Inn . I Martinis Kul
Mini, (ho prime inlnlstir of l.ipan, mull
Count Koimirn, nilnlst r nf foreign nr
Tiilrs, recently cxplului l at Tokjn ti
I'nuiclM II. I.oomls, toiuuilssltiner Ken
ernl to the Japanese xpusltlon, In 'i
series (if Interview b of uncommon In
tercst nml of imlltlcal Importance tlie
uttltidte mid position of the Japanese
Km eminent In reaped to the nnln
questions nt Issue bettutn Japan nml
the I'nlteil Stntes.
"I was deeply nml nsreealily Im
pressed." snld Lootnls tnnlidil, "with
the. direct, explicit an.l what seemed
to me satlsfacton Matt inputs' of
Count Koniurn, nilnln. i nf forclRii nf
fairs, respecting the I'liltcd States
Ills utternneTs we're fi.mk, clear nml
Japan Wants Peace.
"Count Komurii H.ild Japan's nsplru
tlons wero for ponce nml that ho fai
nit the United States ns concerned
Ida Koernment niijst heartily desired
to presoro unimpaired nml unbroken
the historic friendship between Japan
and the United Stmts lo until the)
people nf Japan hint InnK felt that the
United States lind hetii not onl u
klnillj friend to Jnji.in tint n ery de
pctidnhlo mid helpful one, mid Hint his
Km eminent cnrnestl) ditslred this
nmlc.ililo rLlntlonshlpto cimtliiiiu mid
would lonlly enilijanr to do Its ut
most to maintain If ' Ho iltcliirul the
actions of his Kincrnment had horni
out Its words nml promises.
"In tho matter of the emigration or
.Inp.meso luhorers ' said Count Ko
niurn, "wo are dnliiK our utmost to
work In harmon with thu KOcrnmcut
of thu United States nml to meets lt
wishes Wo nre incrKotlcnll) dlscniii
iikIiik emlKr.itlon tu thu United Stute
nnd elsonhcre, except to Korea, I'm
mona nml parts of Manclinrln It I
tho definite polle of thu Rinoriiiiien
of Japan to concent rato ItH surplui
population that which Is disposed ti
umlKrutu lu these pirts of thu oileni
which I hau meiitloned There is op
portuulty for a er larsu numlier
of our jicoplo in Korea. They enn he
of Kcnernl nsslstniico In inoderiilzliiK
nnd developlui; that country mid can
mid astly to Its productiveness nml
nt tho same tlmo better themselves
Would Concentrate People.
"'Wu desire to concentrate our pio
plu in thu orient nnd to consolidate
our Interests In this part of thu world
Wu uio doliiB our lii-st to carr) out
this ihiIIc, hut u Kowrnimut polle)
enn not nlwnjs ho mndu fully opcru
Mo In u ilii) or ii jear We must hae
biiftlclent tlmo to study thu whole
iiuestlon mill to wink nut thu solution
of thu problem. 1 think thuio will hi
llttlo complaint concerning thu end
Krntlou of Japanese luhorers In tho
futiiro on the part of un Koveriiment
In America '
' Count Knmurn then niado It crj
plain that whllo his Kovernment would
not fnll effecthel) to lestrlct, emlKrn
lion nnd whllo It would smro no Just
nun proper effoits to maintain tho
most cordial ami friendly rulalloin
with this counto ho hoped ihut on
our own pail no discrimination would
ho iiiiulo iiKiilnst lapaueBo suhjerl
nun that in duo lime thu public sentl
ment In this couulo may )iu ait favor-
nine to ins round wnen as to othei
forclKiiera uhMIiu In lliu United
"Tho Japanese Koverniiicnt hnB du
elated n now jmiIIo lu tho mutter. of
dlrectliiK. so fai as Is isslhlo, the
innwniPiitR or Its imlKrutliiR lalmr
class. It wants lime to work tho pol
lc) out nml expects that n roaMinulilo
de'Kreu of patience will ho usud by tho
people or tho United Status.
Katsura Forceful Man. ,
"I'rlmo Minister Katsurn was nt the
head of thu cabinet during- tho wai
with Iliisslu, Ho is u ersntlle, IiIkIiI)
IntelllKeut, forceful man of groat lu
lliienco Ho speaks In tho most en
KiiKliiK nmnnor about Japan, Its future
nnd Its iflntlmiH with tho United
Stales He lost no opportunity to ox
plain lint his nn eminent licail do.
PILES CUKED IN O TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMKNT is cuaranteed
to cure any case of Itching,- Wind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
M la' or money refunded Made by
PARIS MKIMCINK CO., Siint Louis,
U. S, of A, ' v
sired pence not mil with tho United
Stntes, hut with the whole world, nml
Hint II would not penult any small dlf
ference or mlsuiidcrstnuilliiKs to em
birruss Its harmonious letitlons with
this round) nnd that It would nlwnjn
be round earncstlv nml lo)iill stil
Iiik to m ilutnln its peaceful relntlnns
"Iho prime inlnlstei has embukei
upon n pollc or the greatest liniior
t nice to .lupin mid tho re-st or tin
world The regulations he his Just
m ide lu Jap iti's military budget indl
call the purport of these new plans
"He stated upon more than one oc
rasliui that Japan's progress had not
hem Hjmmetrlcnl. Ho feels Its do
ulopmenlB along military lines mu)
rot properly ho further pursued un
der existing conditions, for ho does
not If I Interpret him truly, want thu
mllllarj spirit conslderubl) tiveiilccl
oped nt tho expense of the nrtlstlr, lu
Instil il nnd spiritual rlile of the Ja
Wants Industrial Reign.
'Contemplating with pirdonnble
hnllsfacllon the mllitnr) prestlgo of
his toiintr) nnd taking uery propel
menus to pieseru that tircstlge, niu'
to safeguard the future, what ho most
keeul) desires, I take it at this time.
Is to have his muntryiucii concentrate
more rloscl and actltel) their great
talents upon the task or making the
most or their Industrial and commer
"Ho expressed the heller that tjio
gicntncss or it nation nut In tho end
be assured, not wholl) by tho sum or
prosperity, martini activities nml
prowess, but rather by Its enduring
nchlcxcments In thu spheres of
science, of education mid art, or nil
Hint goes to make a 'people cultured
"Ho thinks Japan must become a
gnat Industrial nation ami he nhlo to
suppl), chenpl) nnd promptlj. the
markits of the orient with manufac
tu red products, nnd seemliiKly hns un-
THE STOCK of the MAYFLOWER QUARTZ
and CHANNEL MINING COMPANY
will be advanced to 35 cents per share on
March first. You can buy at the present
price of 25 cents only during the month
of February. BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK !
BUY IT NOW!
M. Ivan Dow,
Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine,
Office, Suite 51 & 52 Alexander Young
Bldg. Phone 409
dcrtnken thu tnsk of cmnertlng Japan
from n military tuition Into uti empire
of trnde, industry nml commerce
"The whole cl Hired world," con
tinned Loomls, "should smpntlilze
with these nr plrntlons upon which the
pi line minister's now pollc) Is based
nml neer should they nwnko n more
heart) appreciation nml appreciative
I espouse than In thu minds nnd hearts
of the iHiiple or tho United States
Americans Made Welcome.
"The gou rjiuient nnd tho whole
people or Japan spared no pains to
show, on the occasion or tho lslt of
thu battleship fleet that their historic
liking lor the American people wns In
nowise com pan d b the often vmli.tr
rnsslng pressure of tu w conditions
They Hindu uer American In tlit.lr
toiintr) Inst October reel that their
friendship for us Is a deep substnn
tlnl nnd vital sentiment wblth hai
Ktthercd strength and fire with the
passing J ears mid which has kept
pice Willi Japan's manelous grow lb
mid progress No fnlr minded person
wlio witnessed the Interests or the .la
panose peoplo enn for n moment doubt
"Tho newspaper accounts of the
splendor, tho varlet nnd tlie good
taste or the entertainments otTered h
the Jnpaneso to their American visit
ors were in nowise exaggerated or
overcolored There was n nolo of ear
neatness, geniilticss and slnrerlt)
which marked nil or the efforts of the
Japnnese gin eminent and people
something dlfllrult to describe, but
something which wns there and was
"Whllu we were in Jnpnn nnd while
tho fleet wns there n delegation of CO
businessmen from the commercial or
gnnlzatlons of tho Pacific coast enmo
ns guests of tho Japanese government
Thev wero clear headed, Intelligent
men of a (Tn Irs Mnny of them rnnio
with doubts regaullng the purpose of
tho Japanese government nnd with
SHAW, Agent, Hilo,
Call, Write or Phone for a Prospeotus
prejudices respecting tho Jnpaneso
people Tint remained several weeks
in the round) and wero Kit en ovory
optMirtunlt) to stud) ronditlons.
Convinced of Good Faith.
"It is significant that only members
of this delegation which iirentl) visit
ed Japan i.unt n written protest
ngnlust tho null Japanese legislation
pending in the California getiernl ns
scmbl) I think the) nit returned with
a flue mid Just npprcclatlnu nf thu ex
a Merit finalities of the Jnpaneso peo
ple nnd with n firm conviction of tho
good faith nnd frlendl) dlsiosltloii of
tho Japnneso government
"The Japanese question Is very
acute on the const Conditions there
would be Immediately nnd directly af
fected b) n surplus of oriental labor
ers Hut Hie principle which should
be borne In mind, on tho Pacific coast
nnd elsewhere, Is that tho two govern
lilt tits will probably dispose of this
question In n sntlsfactor) manner if
the people will show patience and not
imbarrass and fni'itrnte the efforts nt
the President nnd the department of
stale liv mitlmel) iiml intemieruto
action It k still entlrel) possible by
the usuil methods nml through tho
usual channels to secure Just treat
ment for tho Jnpnncsu nml Just con
sideration or tho rcnl Interests or this
"The conduct of foreign ntTnlrs lu
both countries Is entrusted to tho
hands or men or uncommon wisdom,
experience nnd ability, nml tho H-oplu
or tho United States nnd thu people or
Jnpnn can well nfTojil to nwnlt their
dlsxisltlon or the question nt Issue."
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