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V5WRVNWa-JJUI4CTIN. IIONOUJMJ, T. II., SATUtlDAY, OCT. 23, 1909
eE-RU-NA IN THE HOMO '
i iff-: ; $?, .! al
. jHSsZiA KEblUEAICL AND PHOTO Or J. E. CARSON. TORONTO. CAM. f
Mr. J. .'. Carson, SIS Si Clarens Ave., Toronto, CaUada, Inspector
London l.tfc Inurun.e Co., London, Canada, writes:
"I lane uvtl the pojwUir remedy known as Pc-ni-na, and I can testify
as tit its mrr ts. I nqard it 1 one tf the hcl tnnirrnow on the mnrlel "
'T'OltOXTO lono of tho mot beautiful cities In the world. It Is o city of
I. lioniKnml c.liurtlui, nclty of IiiUIHkciivo nmt good government, aclly
( healthful climate and beautiful scenery.
Among the minv lievitlful linincs which mike np tliorlly of Toronto, I
' tin- imtiioiif .1. V.. r.irniii. 2s hi. CUmm Aw, In thin noiuo lVruim U re-
, Mrul r n f mil!) miilli'lnc
j'i run i on n bom of IxMiis n flxlurc
; on till Loatlnuiil, wlii.ru It U u.'isl
i f inn ll.
(Vurli" nnil i-ti'il riinrrh of the
TornM, iluinrUtn. i4 if dufHiion, i ul irrh
rnif. 'I lii-'i-nllincm. injlli m lhi'iiwi.luiaaru often the Ik -lntilnir or cry
iurliiii ill- ifPi.
( , iim Mir twoiif I'crun.l tsKenln tlio
S If not runl IIIih-.-h i..
lire 1 r,;o-icd Up.
Mr. (1. V.'. Mirlln, Hnrironl, Ontirlo,
rliolr lumli r nt bt. l'aul'd KpUeopal
'I liivi liein trout toil Mlhritnrrli for
SKf' " iniuy JoirK, nncl ulw-iv ir Ine
piintliliiK fr II, lit!' u i iililo only Iii
roi'iirii ti'inH)nr) n I cf unlit I ui l l'u.
ruiift. Unlvlhu lo tic rlil my r)leui
itutl trneei of etinrrh, nml I line not
liotleeil llietllulitijit trotllilo for rcicntl
inonlli. My licail w ilopp'il np, mj
tireitli olTrniUe, nmt It tin rtllet to )u
bio to tin ctliu frecli onvo inoru."
Ilif following wholesale tlrugcUt
will supply tlio retail train:
Ef it Isn't an Eastman
It Isn't a Kodak
HnllftRK is only one "Kodak," and it
1 Is made by the EASTMAN
KODAK CO. We carry a complete
line of all sizes and we sell them at the
same prices they are sold for throughout
the United States.
We carry also a complete line' o
KODAK FILMS --easily identified by
the "N.C." on the box and 'Kodak" on
the spool end.
All goods guaranteed. , Money back
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
In over n million u'li liniipv homo
fur thu pctl allincnt I Jiat millet tlio
lien! nml throt, onro lliront In various
of llu loiiincli, nuit oilier Intertill
beginning may quickly oertteillou
Li.nis and Bronciilul Tubes.
Mr. J. C. Ilerun Pellctler, I)rt.
ilo l'Acnoulliire, Ollnua, Out,, write:
In the euro of r.itnrrlml .'ilTitllun of
the liil) nml hroiiehl il tlihe.
"Mx IhiIIIi'i) eureil mo thl winter of
lironeliltii. I ntn completely restored
mul 1 one think to the I'cruni.
"I have rncoinnunili.il thl lemeily to
larpo nuniln'r of my frlunil nllllctid
with the fjino troulile, nml they )uv
erlfleil my fboii opinion of IhU valu
nb'isSON. SMITH & CO.,
Port St., near Hotel.
How Crane Lost Out
And Why He Quit
STATEMENT CONTAINED IN CHICAGO NEWSPAPERS WAS TOO
NEAR FACTS Tp BE SATISFACTORY TO STATE DEPARTMENT
'NO NAME USED, BUT CRANE WAS RESPONSIBLE.
Chicago-, Oct, 11. Tlio fnllowlnt;,.
In part, I llin cllninlrli from "Vi-Mnrr
ton prlntcil In tlio IlccoriMIcraM of
September 27. The iiimo of orano
OVm nnt appear In tlio special, It la
flencil "l!y Sumner." the Hccoul
Washington, Sept 2G. Wnrli
Ingtmi Is preparing to t-iko the
most lint orlnnt action looking to
tho rccurlty of the "open ilwir" In
China Hint lias been called for
Blnco tlio Hay ugttcmenl u years
ago. If full Information confirms
i"ortn recently recoiled from
Tokjo mid I'ekln, tho action will
tnko tho form of n protest limed
on tlio Antung-Miikdui rnllioid
control emy lictvvcn China nnl
Jnpiu, which recent'' excited tho
illptnmitlc m orlil,
Accordliu ti reports reginllng
tho Japincse-Chlnesu ngiecnlc'iit
I ef porting the n-ciinslriictloti of
tho Atitting-Miikdcu ro.ul, which
hale readied diplomatic circles
here, Japan h.is obtained control
of cxtcnslvo mining concessions
In Foutli .Mnurhiirli -not for n
limited, hut for an liiileirtnlnnto
period. Thin Is to bo regirded us
n dbtlncl menace to the "open .
ilonr" according to thu cNpoultlrn
of tint miI(.v ns given Iiv tho lato
heesitir H.i alter tho various
loner with npl.irc of liillucnco
j'i Clilni niisotitiil to the ngi-oe-111
i'ii t euihodlid In notes ex
rlidttvil In isan
I lme InnriiP'l lint during the
latter weeks of the Iloofoiclt ad
liilnlcil illi 11 nntcs were ox
rlu'ig"d between Srcetirv of
Flnte Hoot and Hi ron T.ikililru
the Japanese nmhassndor where
in It was agreed that Jppan would
take no action which on Its faco
tmnired tho "open door" without
consulting the American state de
partment. In Mtnre of Entente.
It was not n foiinul note In tho
urn?!) of un exchnngo between
gniernmcutH binding tho parties
an solemnly as n treaty or similar
rnmcntlon, but wns what tho
Pienrh call an entente. And so.
though Informal In the largo
measure. It is surprising that our
diplomatic nlTlrlnls were not con
sulted relatlio to steps which. In
Iew o fthc character of the Infor
mation nt hand, seem clearly to
Menace the Intcgrllv of the open
There can be no doubt ns to tho
understanding of the tieaty pow
ers having commercial Interests
In Chlnn as to the scope of the
nren door policy. Secrclnry Hay,
In tho correspondence, which' led
up to tho adoption of that policy,
wis explicit In setting forth Just
whnt was desired to ho accom
plished. Three Main Features.
Tho three principal foot ores
1 Thnt tho powers would not
In any way Interfero with any
trnety port or nny vessel Interests
within nny so railed sphere of
Interest or leased territory It may
lnvn In Chin i.
2 Thnt the Chinese tirlff In
effect i-hnll apply to nil moirhnu
dlso landed or shipped to nil mull
poits n saro within the sphero of
Interest unless they bo freo lsirts.
no matter to what nation illty It
nnv belong and lb it tho duties
shall bo rollccU'il by tho Clilneso
S. That the liealy power will
not levy nnv higher harbor dii"s
on vessels of another n itlifn-illty
In Its sphero ef Intirejls than up
on vessels of Its own natlnnullty,
and no higher rullrni I rh irges
over lines built, rontmltcd ir
operated within Its sphere on1
Asti Wines Again In
Seattle, Wah., Sept.Mll, 1909.
The .official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Paclflc Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received the only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twenty (20) Gold Tcdals for th; following varieties: TIP0, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgu idy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Ztnfandcl, Kant Saaterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sautcrne, T kay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; hco Grape Juic red,
merchandise belonging to citizens
or subjects of oilier nationalities
traiifported tliroiigli such spheres
than fli-ill bo le.leii on sluilHr
meicliandl a belauglng to Its own
clt'zcns in sulileclH transpoitcd
over equal illttances.
i It Is cert il'i thnt this Intcrpro
tatlon of an open door ollcy ns
given by Sccrctaiy Hay was un
derstood anil nccopti d by tho
treaty powers having commercial
Interests In China.
Powers Did Not Object.
Tho iiichlvoa of the slalo de
partment contain voluminous cor
respondent o between these na
tions and thu United Slates on
tho subjut in which nil tlio de
tails nro discussed. No objection
wns raised by any of tho powers
to tho Interpretation, each 'giving
Indorscnient, unl announcing n
willingness to enter Into an ngreo
tnent, piovldcd nit others would
Murrl) 20, 1010 Iiy innounceil
the on umtiutloii ef his great
vvoik. qll,- did II In a notu to each
of tho gnvornm'MiU In which ho
stated (tint oicti power Irivlug
leased u, ttrntoiy or so ct'leil
"spheres of Interest" In the Chin
ese eniplu Imviiij accepted thu
iroposnls of Ilia Viiltcil States, all
condldi'iM liipnscd had been coin
plied with, nml Unit this govern
ment would c insider tlio lut.cnt us
final and t!"flnltlo
Uaeljof tliw poweis was sup
piled .b'y Pcrietary Hay with a
ropy or the netoptnnoo tigieemeut
by tlio "other powers, con lltlonal
only upon Jolnl action. Ilio pow
ers jinrty to tho agreement vveio
tlio United States, (licit llrltuln
France, Goituany. ltnly, r.ussli
May Know Fato Today.
Washington, Oct. 11. Tomorrow
probably will sCo tho deternilnitlon of
the question whether Chnrlcs It.
Clime will bo requested to leslgn bis
ircent'y.iicqulreil nfTIco of minister to
Chlnn or will bu lertnlttcil li lesumo
In Hi t( Vnp.ti.lty tho Journey to Peking.
Hllcnco Bill rounded tho situ it Ion to
day. Secretary Knox wns Inacresslblo
anil other slate depirtnieiit nfTlclnls
dlscluinieil any iiowelgo of tho stato
of nffalrs, and Crane would not dls
curs tho matter.
It njun nt last lo ho believed tint
tho whole buduess had lit en lefcnod
to President Toft. It was supposed
thnt tcfegrjuis had been sent to tlio
pieshlciit last night nftcr the extended,
confneuco at Secretary Knnx'sho uso
which folluwetl iiimu Crana's arrival
here from Rnji Kr.inclsco. It s as
inniul Knox Informed tho president of
nil tho material facts In Crane's case,
together with his own lcvvs upon tho
There remains apparently tho ques
tion whether Crnno's diplomatic dis
cretion has suffered so great an In
jury In tlio estimation 'of tho offlrlals
under whom his delicate mission at
Peking would ho perfornicJ ns to do
stroy.lils usefulness Ihcrc.
Thcro Is hutch discussion here Inci
dental to tho. Crane affair regarding
tho possible effect upon the relations
especially of the United Stntusi and
Japan, of the premature announce
ment of n possible protest of this gov
ernment against the mnterlnl conccB
clons which In tho new treaties China
hns given to Japan In Jlnnchurln.
Students of the situation pointed
nut thnt thcro could arlso no conflict
with Japan In this matter, Blnco vthoro
was no thought of any .protest by the
United States ulnne; If .made Bt all.
It would bo In conjunction with the
other leading powers Interested In the
Crnno returned to his hotel shortly
before midnight nftcr passing the
evening In company with Walter I..
Klsher a t'hlcngo attorney. Crine de
clarctl nothing had occurred during
tho day In alter his plans for silling
on tho Korea for Peking tho 20th, and
that ho fully expected to do so.
Asked If he believed Crane would go
lo his post at Peking Fisher said:
"You know It took n great deal of
pressure from tho government nnl
niticli consideration on Crane's part
beforo he decided to accept the min
istership lo China. I do not think,
therefore, that It makes much differ
ence to him whether ho goes to China
$20000,000 Loan Pending.
Washington, Oct. 11. With nego
tiations for participation In n fourth
of the Clilneso .W 000 000 lo in' still
not qtitto concluded the United States
will havo nn opportunity to so"iiru
from China n 121000 000 loan nil to
herself within tho next hslf car. nr
cording to apparently reliable Infor
Tho loin will bo plared by China In
pursuit of her rerenll announced pol
icy of reh ibl'ltatlng hnr ui.ii and
navy nt n totil expenditure of ?:'"'
Tho flist cost In this work of ro
habilitating will come fiom tlio pur
chase at short notice of VS OOrt.OOO In
munitions of war and naval supplies
Including battleships. Where theso
supplies will bo purchased will almost
certainly. It Is believed hcio, deter
mine (he commercial center In which
tho loan will bo placed.
Ilaron I.lsng, son of Sir Chcntung
I.alng Cheng former Chlncso minister
here, is on his way to this country nt
tho head of an Imperial committee, to
Investigate tho advisability of making
the purchases from American shops.
MEXICO 'LIKES JAPANESE.
I.OS ANOBI.ES, Oct. 9. Mlnorlzt
Arnkawn, Minister of Japan to Mex
ico, was In I.6s Angeles today. He
left tonight for Sans Francisco, from
whero he will sail for his native
land. Minister Arnkawn said the
Jnpaneso nro prospering in Mexico
and that conditions are as good as
could bo expected In any foreign
land. His ministry In Moxlco has
extended over a period of threo
)c.irs. He was unablo to state
whether ho will return to that coun
try or not.
EI.VIN At Ieahl Home. Honolulu
Oct. 22, 1909, Charles Klvln of Ho
nolulii. Funeral held from tho II. II.
Williams undertaking parlors this
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Whon Many was sick, we gavo her
When she was a Child, she cried foi
When she became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, sho gave them
Pan Ka liana Is tho friend of the
woman who likes a clean houo and
Insists upon having It, Ilousckecperr
buy it hccnitso It does tlio sanio amount
of work douo by other Map but tloes
II better and quicker. Ask our groc
i r for It.
, for Infanta and Children.
.Physicians Prescribe Castorla.
f ASTORIA has met with pronounced favor on tho part "of physicians,"
V pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
With results most gratifying. The extended uso of Castorla Is unquestionably tho
result of three facts : 1st, The indispatablo cvldenco that it is harmless 3ntl,
That It not only allays stomach pains and quiets tilt nerves, but assimilates tho
food; 3rl, It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil. It is absolutely
safe. ' It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotlo and does not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, howcTcr, is to cxposo
danger and record the means of advancing health. The day for poisoning inno
cent children through greed or Ignorance ought to end. To our knovvlcd.rr, Cn-s-toria
is a remedy which produces composum ami health, bv i.;nilaUn' tho
system not by stupefying it and our
Haiti Journal of Health.
TontCutorlsitMida firat In III euwt. In my
thirty jm of prwtlM lunu;I narcr hY found
aajtnlng that to alios Um cltce."
wnxii uiuioxt. . v.,
" I km and jrar Cutotln In tho cue of m j own
bobr sod find It pleaunt to use, and hftTe obutned
icolknt twalta from lu nt."
B. A. Bcca.iux, H. D.,
M I take Btomro ta recommending jour CutorU,
baTtnf recommended III are In tntnj IntUncce, end
eouldef It tho hot liutlro that could bo need,
ptiu f or chUdien.'-
rUTMAirau. K. Kim, M.D., St. Loot, Mo.
Children Cry for Fleteher'g Castorla.
In Uso For Over 30 Years.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
iri.'riir and Piano Mnvtii)
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. HEAR BETHEL
Dealers is Furniture Juattreases
ita, Etc. All kinds of K0A c
Nuuann and Hotel St. on site of old
UlSSlON FURNITURE ludt t
King Street, Ewa of Fisrunarket
(iRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
U1U) JUU1 I'lltWlbB .11 B11U nv 11
design frame to your satisfaction.
Bethel. 0pp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Made up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
Beautiful assortment at
MISS POWER'S ,
Second Floor, Boston Bldg.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
1 Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses. -tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices, t Harrison Block,
ueretania ana ort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
v Alexander Young HoteL
readers are entitled to tlio lufor.n itlon.
!if v -in
"1 h.rj 9-.' yir C'tfftiatn rw luutid It on
ezrrl'rnt irnn.tr it my ltttiu ,.d md prlrot)
prtctkofor unit jut. TV f nn ill k ctrtllcnl."
1J. J. 1rr M.n,
"I find yonr CmotU to bo a tuuidard family
remedy. It It Hi bnt th'ng for Inftitt ond chil
dren 1 hare oyer known and I recommend tL'
K. K. Etaiuiiox, St. D ,
" HtTUiR darinf the put el x yeui pmcri bed yonr
Ctitorta for Infantile etomach diiorden, I tnoet
heartily command Ita tue. Tho forrooU contains
Dothlntdeleterlona to tho moat delicate of children."
J. a. Elliott, II. ., Vtm Tork City.
4 "itlW IP'ppi'is
uMi.ntrig t ua
Who has taste and wish
es' to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
910,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A .lovely bungalow; Q
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolanl St.
8 rooms. Lot 79x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line. . . . , . 000.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
v 170x430, 'near Waia-"
lae Road ... ., 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot v
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,760.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off 'until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
A. V. GEAR, MANAGER.
DllLLCTiN Ana PAY
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