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EVBN1NQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNE8DAY. rCB, 23. 1910
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battle is holt won.
Tokio Declares it Would Be Loss of
Every Material Qain of Late
War With Russia.
heed tofc the calls, nnil Insisted ou lilm nlioard tho terrier wns oxiinuntnl,
snlmmtni; away from tho vessel. Cap-1 After being taken aboard tho Griggs
tain Delano, an old and experienced tho dog Boon recovered and emerged as
soantnn, threw up hts hands In despair
when ono of tho mates suggested thut
tho barkentlne be sent In rursult ot
the dog, which was acting as If he
smclled land and was bound shore
ward. So the six master chnicd tho spunky
little teirlcr through the mountain' rj
frisky ns over from the roll of blankets
Into which ho had bcin thrust by tho
crow for warmth.
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TOKIO. February The proposi
tion of tho United States fur tho ncu
truncation of the railroads of Man
churia camo as a surprise, and tho pub
lication of details of tha note ha.uled
to tho JnpiULse Bujerntnent on Decern
ler 10th by the Ameilcan Embassador
aioiiscd on Immediate chorus of dls
apiiroal. Putting aside all questions
of tho business or political advisabil
ity of tho proposition, sentiment enter
ed most largely Into the uultudo ot j
uio pcopio oi japan. 1110 foreign ur
flco vilillo admitting that such n noto
had been received, would give no In
timation ns to how It had been or
would bo trcnted.
Count Illonshl, last Minister fof
Foreign Affairs and former Embassa
dor to (Ircat Urltalu; Ctuiil Oku mi,
Inni'crly one ot tho most nctlvo of
riJtomon, and ccry one v hose name .
cairle.l uny wo'sht whatsoever, wasj
MIWtlrI Iti I li n i t tit. ina I tt vtrnnil.
iuutvu its ui'j is v e"iivi o lit lwviiu
(us objections to giving up what Is
claimed to bu the ban est of Clio war
decent Anerlcrn Action.
"Tens ft thoiMan In of our soldiers
dieil In AlanrhurlH In tho war with
Knrsla," they said. "Wo got llttlo out
or tho var except what was political.
The material tlilo lb represented by
tho South Maii'litnl.vi rallwaj and the
AntutiK-Mlikdcn. The leased terri
tory and Tort Arthur woro only rccov
cird. Thctc wo won ton jonrs before
and los-t amln bv tho Intilguc of cer-
IMn powers when wo wcio a weaker B
nation. Now f,r tha United States,
hitherto always our frlond, comes In
to combination with other powers and
piopo.jei lint wo liou!d glte up tho
booth Manchurlan railway, a paying
rind Hill tho AntuugMoiikdvn Iho
rrntlniittlnn of our railroads In Korea, I
to tho control ot foto'gners, and
'"1 lie ruisonx nssUioi for this rro
thut the principle of tho 'open door
and ciual opiioilimltjr fo.a uli nations
doing bullae's In Chlni niust bo pre
terved. Uut Japan has entcicd Into
roleinn agreement with tho powers
of America and Kuropu to preserve
tho prlnclplu of tho open door nud '
equal ppportuntty in concert with
China and with all other nations, and
to this Japan haa adhered religiously i
"In two waya, there'nic tho United
States attHCks tho Jjonor and senti
ment of the people of Japan. Is It any '
wonder that wo refufo to permit our
government om to suggest that tho
proposal has bvon iccihod by Japan i
Ptril or iho eituitlan.
llila stntemcu! practically volcqstho
entire oipretslon hoar from tho public
In tho (list forty-eight lv'Uia I'lfer thu
first news of lecelpt of Secretary
Knox nolo. nut tho furtlwr sentt
mint whs cpics"cd thus:
"Tho riots Unit lollowcd tho making
nf tho treit of Jrtsniouth would not
bu a clrcumi lance to tho troublo that
wonld follow tlio relinquishment by
Jin an ot her rights In Mnnchurla. ocn
I thouch clio received twlco tho Intrinsic
So far as can be learned by rc3pon-
rlblo Invcctlgators llioia Is little or no
foundation for charges of discrimina
tion brought against Japan In con
nection with trade In Manchuria. Tho
.Lading bublncss firms of England and
America are. In common with tho Jap
anese, Buffering from a depreciation In
trade In this territory, but that de
preciation Is duo to conditions over
which neither tho Japanese nor any
other country has any control.
Japan Will Hold On. ,
One thing may bo set down ns ab
solutely certain, and Hint ta that lapan
Is not going to gle up htr i.ght In
tho South Mrmhurli railway until
theso 'Ights Mi ill bo terminated by
tho lapto of the term for which Japan
lui& mi control. Japan wca given con
tiol of tho. South Manchurlnn railway
(or thhtyrlx jrirs from the signing
of the I'ortsmOulh treaty. The Antung
MuLdcn railway will remain lu pos
resclon of Japm for fifteen years.
Thoro nio In Manchuria about 39,000
.lapnneso settttrs, and, since they are
within tho zona of thu railroad where
Jnpru has a tphcie of Influence, tho
proposed tailing over by tho powrrB
would I lace tho Interests of those in
EECCUES POO OFF CAPE HORN.
HO3T0N Mass , Feb, C Odd craft,
cntr ro.'on harbor In quest of lumber
cargoes for South American ports, and'
some of theto vossels aro oil weather-
tieaton and ot a typo practically obso
lete. Hut nruo Is queerer than a 'bIjc
masted barkentlne which reached San
Francisco a short tlmo ago, the Everett
O. Grlsss. of Victoria, B. C tho only
craft nf hor Kind afloat and iirobably
tho Inbt thai over will bo tigged in a
Oft Capo Horn tho barkentlne under
took a rescuo unparalleled In tho an
nals of iho sea. Her mascot, Spot,
made a ft) Ing leap nt a sen gull miss
ed his aim and Inndod In tho hollow
of n big sen that swept him far awiy
from tho OrJggs' side. There wai l't-
tlo wind at the tlmo but a turn rncll
The bnrkentlne win Imnn-ltntelv
hoo to and all hands lined Mic rail j.i I '
whlstlod to tho dog, It being ttielr Jui
tcntlon to laspoo him when ho cimo
within reach. Spot, liowoer, paid no
It la suggested that eorcmn sufferers
ar the Honolulu Drug Co, Fort
water that roll In tha vicinity of Cipa strct. of thin rtty, whit reports he Is
Horn. For an hour the flrlggs kept hi getting from the pMlents win hav?
tho wake of tho llttlo dog and ilov.'j. ti'ed the Ml of wtnto: green liquid
closed tho distance. Spot :"gan to compound p. n rmscription,
grow tired nnd showct clgns, ns they
watched him through powerful g'asscs,
uf giving up tho struggle
' "Tli Bnnnn.l nMiui. lli.H n' lllAAil ...
.MU DV.11U Ullll.tJl IM.-II f"l IIII-I.U 1.
Father You necr hear: of n man
getting Into troub'o by follow In a
go In a small boat, for by the time tho' Son Yes, fir: I hate Iho co'intcr-
ksirkcntlno could reach tho dog thero
would likely bo nothing on the surface
except air bubbles to mark where ho
dlrnppearcd. With two men the m-.to
Don't forget that1 It Is possible for
nn to tla a frreat dent nf cnod fnr
set out In the lightest boat, and when humanity nud still ou may not
Uioy got Spot by the tall and yanked know nn thing about It.
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