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Plantation and Country Stores
Take Notice '
' BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store. .
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A, Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
LEAVES ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDINO
For the ,
PALI at 10:30 A. M. ,
MOANALUA or DIAMOND HEAD at 3 P. M.
Charge Per Passenger, $1.00
Tallylio Can Be Rented For Special Occasions at $5.00 Per Hour
HONOLULU POWER WAQ0N CO.
King Stree'. Near South Telephone 21C0
Sonoma County Authorities Still
Looking for Crime Evidence
Japanese Net Yet Found.
SANTA UOSA, Auk. 12. Willi tlio
nfforlnir of n reward of 1500 for the np-
ptelienMon of Henry YatnaEiuftil, tlio
suspected Murderer of the Kendall
White Frost Refrigerator
Combines Beauty and Usefulness
The White Frost is a beauty that
every woman is proud to have in
her home. Aside from its appear
ance, it has points that attach it to
the owner more strongly.
Because it is a metallic refrigera
tor made entirely of galvanized sheet
steel with solid brass trimmings.
Because it is coated with white
enamel inside and out (excepting the,
because it is cylindrical in form,
and has no nasty corners to dig out.
Because it has revolving shelves,
(Became it is the hand.'est refrig
For Sale Only in Honolulu at
Coyne Furniture Co.,
Abadie's French Cleaning Process
for Pongee and Flannel Suits ami Women's Street and
Evening Gowns and Wraps.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie, Prop. 777 KING ST.
Representatives of Japan
ese Papers Turned
Contrary In expectation, llaron Ka
lietuio Ouin, the Japanese .Minister of
AKllciilluie mill Commerce, who Hindu
a short May heie esterdny, turned
down the rep.-'sentntlves of the presi
Inst nlftht nl the lesldence of Consul
flenernl Ujeno on Kutianu street. He
iRiiort'il the Jnpaneso newspapermen
entlicly, while he cr ml I ted n mini
her of other Jniuneso merchants to
Interview, him while at the reception.
lly special arratiKeinent with the
olllclals of the Consulate, who had
ronsnlted the llaron, the Japanese
liowspaiiermen were told lb ho at the
Consul's resldenee at 7:3(1 o'clock
when urn) where tho llaron would
meel them Jointly AccJidliiRly tho
newspapermen vveut ami were told to
"KCt out," as the Ilaniii was loo husy
preparliiK lor a lianiiiet.
Haga, representutlvp of the Hawaii
S)iIiik) wob exceedingly wofked lip over
the Hltiiallon lie said he would like
to see the llaron, hut Consul (lencral
Ilyeno and his secretaries told him
that It was lifeless to wait, 'as the
llaron had made up his mind to nvold
Refine the iiespaemieii at that
"What do )ou mean liy telling ns
to come here tonight to meet Mm
then?" niked llasa angrily.
"Oura Is nothing moru than a farm
ing minister. It's nhoiit lime that
he learned romethlng of modern civi
lization If n man llko Roosevelt, ex
president of the United Mates, an I
the greatest statesman In the world
would allow lh reooiteis to come to
hint nt any lime, why wnx It then
that this farming minister, Oura.
would not do the same thing?" ho
questioned the olllclals of the Consul
ato with vlKor.
llaron Ouin, who was then talking
with a few other local Japanese, had
apparently heard every word uttered
by the angered scribe of tho Shliipo,
family nt Cazadero, the Sonoma coun-J Although the Shlnpo representative
ty onieluls believe that tlio mail wlll'niado ultempts to he permitted U see
shortly ho taken Into custody Sheriff .1" Harou, It was fruitless, llng.i, an
Jack Smith has had circulars prepar
ed and sent out nil over the country,
announcing the ieward by tho govern-
or and ghlng tho best description of
hn suspect that ho has been able to
obtain. Tho circular contains a pic
ture of the suspect from an electro
type and gives the following dcscrli-
Hon of thi murderer:
gered and disgusted with the foolish
action of) the llaron told the Consul
nud Secictnrles that ho and tho rest
of the newspapermen would show him
(Oura) what they can do In tho ircm-,
That the treatment accorded to the
Jaiincto newspapermen, as subjects
of the Imperial Majesty of Japan, by
ManJIro Ynmagiiehl, sometimes writ- Ouin was unspeakably undignified Is
ten II. M. Yamugiichl, or Henry Yu- evidenced by tho tenor or tlio japan-
ma, a J.ipnueso about 25 to 28 years
of age; weight about 120 iioiinil;
height about o feel 3 Inches; hair
Mack and straight; smooth shaven;
may grow a mustache; teeth small
ese papers, winch are centralizing
their protests against the llaron,
The action of the llaron towards
the representatives of the press and
particularly of tho Japanese newspa'
white, oven; eyes dark, high cheek ! pernien In Hawaii Is unparalleled In
bones: somewhat feminine nnue.ir. I the history of Journalism. All tlio
mice. Ho Is a good penman and
s)cuks Kngllsli fairly well but bus
somewhat of n stoppage In his speech,
after laughing ho hns a habit of draw
lug his upper lip down over 'his teeth.
Ills general apicarance Is gjo.l Jlu
has, served as a Jiouseboy. fiul' picker,
tunbnrk peeler ami real estate agent
members of Japanesn royalty who
have passed through heie before,
grunted Interviews to the Japanese
nenspaiiermeii freoly and cheerfiill).
When their ltoyal Highness l'rlnco Fu
shlnil and l'rlnco lOinal passed
through hero a few jears ago, they
weie most democratic. They even
crclsed over tho treatment nccorded
them by tho Duron.
Attorney A. K. Ozawu, who hud u
conversation this morning with Duron
SKEETQ0 IS A CONTRIVANCE MADE FOR BURNING
RUHAC SO THERE WILL BE N 00BJECTI0NABLE ODOR
Benson, Smith fc Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
and was foi a short time a pupil nt, granted Interviews to tho ropresentn
the baklaiidJlKiljltvhnlc high school, lives of foreign jiewspaiers. In splto
and Is a member In the Japaneso Me-,ot their royul positions, they did not
thodlst church. Is Very Intelligent pud object to meeting with common ieo
nnllte. 'The photo was tukeu Hvo years lite.
ago, his faco now being much thinner! The Jnpiiuese are considerably ex
but features good,
Whole Garden Plowed.
This afternoon the searchers plowed
mi the entliu enrden suaco back of the
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residence on tho Stnrbuck nincli In Oura stated thai no tuuruj was win
their search for bones or evidence. I Ing to moct tho representatives of tho
Sheriff Smith and others had dug up Japanese press Jointly somo time this
a large part of the garden previously. I morning, say at about 8 o'clock. Hath
but the place had not been gone over.cr than waiting for that time, which
In n thorough manner. was agreeablo to the llaron and hav
Tons of hay which was pluced In a. Ing been told to como nnyway. Ilnga.
mammoth staclf on tho ranch was'icpresenlliiK tho Hawaii Shliiiw and
moved today In tlio quest for further Ito, representing Nlppu JIJI called
evldenco of tho crime, for Mt was nt the residence of Consul General
thought posslblo thai Ihe' murderer .Uyeno Inst night. They wero denied
might have secreted tho larger pur- an Interview by tho llaron, Shortly
llnna of his victims' anatomy beneath urtcrwards, n representative of tho
the hay. It u 1 1 e 1 1 n appeared, and ho too, was
rsoiuiug came iioiii uio ecuit.ii i Hinteix; uui uiiui; i...., - -
either place. Sheriff Smith and District 'on was Just getting ready for a ban
Attorney Clarence 1", Lea deemed It quel and could not bo seen. Tho
advisable to call tho 'search off for n liiillotln man left, followed by
while, "or heveral days past a force Haga. unit later by Ito.
of seatchers has been nialntulned at I On their way home, Kdltor Sheba
iiin rnni-li mid thflv have beaten tho was met on thu utreet. Haga told him
entile properly and adjoining prppcr-jtho clrciimstancoH of tho result of his
ties In Iholr efforts to locate more otnilsslou to ho consuls resilience
I,,. ,,.,!. u nt in.-, Hiree K. lulal's, Tiwv einie back mid met Ouodera
Sheriff Intends to go to CaznWirdl. who was oxuctfiig to go pp Ki see tho,
Find Pool of Blood. llaron wnenMie heard of (ho- plllkla
Sheriff Hmllli Intends to go to Caza- of his follow scribes, ho too, was puz
dero again tomorrow. Izled nt tho way tho llaron treuted
Tho imVlt Inijwtanj'rtevalopinent of ,lni. , , . , , ,
recent dnya was tho DndlitR f a iwolj Krom nil1 liAlleiulon. Jt Is, evident,
of blood beneath tho front porch, Sml wllhbut any'inlstnke on tho part
where 11 tins been contended by tho (lf ii10 Juiianeso newspapermen that
olllclals onn or more of the vlcllms ,oy WCrp told -by tho onirlnls of the
was slain. This was dlscovoied by one! Consul to bo nt his lesldenco at 7:30
of tho searchers crawling beneath tho o'clock last night. Thoy arrived thero
Btrucluro. nt n time, the Huron was uniting Willi
some Jnpnneso merchants.
On arrival thoy wero told by tho
secietarlPB that the Huron would not
bee them nt all; but prfferred to meet
them this morning. This explanation
was not satisfactory to tho newspaper
men. They leturned In anger.
The secretaries of the Consulate
are greatly exercised over the misun
derstanding which led to i upturn with
Break Willi Pacific
Mail Liner Next
rosltlve Is tho statement that there
will be a complete sewrnnco of busi
ness relations between the Tojo K.
sen Knlsha and the lnclflc Mall. The
mail arriving from Sail Krauclsco yes
terday by tho Teno Mum brings
advises that relations between the
l'nclllc Mall steamship company, tho
Southern l'ucllle and the Too Klseu
Kalsh-i, the Japanese line, will term
inate January 2i lull, according to u
statement Made by William II. Avery,
general manager of the company, who
arrived at Sun Krauclsco from New
York after concluding tralllc arrange
ments with the olllclnls of the Wes
tern I'aclflc. An arrangement tdeiitl
ral with the olio now In fui-co bo-tvveen-tho
Tojo Klsen Kalsha nud tho
Southern l'nclllc was "lii.uU' with the
Western l'nclllc while Avery wns In
K. Okawa, vice president, nud M.
Shlralshl, managing dlieclor, who al
so attended the New Yink meeting
returned with Avoir.
"The arrangements call for a full
and free luleivliaugc- of tralllc, both
export and Import," said Avery.
Avery. "Tho agreement Is Identical
tho one now In force with the
I'uelflc Mull nnd the Southern IMclllc.
Theie will b- tho sumo fi loudly feel-1
Ing with t.lio l'nclllc- Mall ns exists lit
present Through tariffs will bo quot
ed from nil jiolnts In this country to
points In tho Orient. When the new
agreement goes Into effect, Junuar)
2ft, we will have four boats In com
mission, the Tenyo Mnru, Chlo .Muni,
Nippon Mnru and America Main, Our
new turbine liner will go Into com
mission In June,
"If we hadn't taken account of the
Wosttru I'aclflc some other line, prob
ably a foreign line, would have," Avery
said, In response lo a question as to
how the uri cement hud been broach
ed. Avery took tho opportunity lo
prnlso the Western 1'acinc, over which
line he came froiu, Ijtilt IjjKo City.
" HERE JOT MONTH
Ills ltoyal Highness, l'rlnco Tsal
Tsuu, who passed through hero a few
months ago his way to tho States, and
subsequently to Knropo.'wlll return to
China by way of Honolulu, lie, ne
(ompanled by his large suite, will ar
rive heie during Ihq latter part of
l'rlnco Tsal Tsun Is a eloso relatlvo
of thu present Kniperor of Clilpa and
Is a sticker for Improving the military
and naval strength of tho Imperial
After a consultation with tho 17m
pcror, he wns delegated to go lo tho
States and. If posBlblo, to Kuropo to
study tho military conditions f tbose
countries. Whether lie l Jany tho
vvisor remains lo bo seen. He Is now
returning to ho Orient and will pass
through horo In Senmber
.-'When the J'iin'ce was hero last, ho
held a' graiu( public leceptlnn at tlio
di I hem Consulate on Sheildau street.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It Is suggested thut oczenui suffer
ers usk the Honolulu Drug Co.. of this
city what reports he Is getting from
the patients who Jiave used tho oil of
wlntergreen liquid compound. I). U. I)
. i oi
g(j Tor Sale" cards at Uullotln...
' NATURE'S REMEDIES FOR
j DISEASE. i ,
Nairn o provides more effective
remedies In tlto; roots and hprba, of
tho Held than )vero ever produced
from drugs, '''
Thirty cnrs ago, I.ydla 13, I'tnk
haui of I,ynn, Mass., discovered and
gave to the women of (ho world n
remedy made from roots nnd 'lierbs,
which has proved more elllcacious In
curing women's diseases than any
other medlclnu tho world has ever
known, uud today I.ydla II. I'lnlt
ham's Vegetable Compound Ib look
ed upon everywhere as tho standard
lemedy for women's Ills.
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185 editorial rooms 250 bu,l
nesr office. These are the telephone
numbers of tlio 0 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
in French Ginghams and
'-'- Galatea '..H.-
Sizes, 6 to 16 years
Prices, $2.25 to $6.75
Sizes, 2 1-2 to 12 years
Prices, 65c to $3.50
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
Will perform, much hard domestic labor at small cost.
Sad Irons Washing Machines
Suction Sweepers Sewhig Machine Motors
May be operated frdm any electric light socket nt very
small cost per hour.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
102S Nnnanu St.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
CORNER BERETANIA AND. RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 440
Open Frqin 8 A. M. to 7 F. M., Except Sunday
All kinds of Electric Light Baths (blue, red, (white and" violet),
Steam Baths: Turkish. 'Russian, Fine Needle, Nauheim. Carbonic Acid
and Oxygen, or Medical Baths; Massage, X-Rays and High Frequency,
Special attendant for Indict
EXCAVATINQ, FILIINO, STONE WAIL. CURBING, SIDEWALKS,
ROADS, ETC., ETC.
I will give you low figures on any one of above different kinds of
work that you may want figures on. Dive me a chance.
ISLAND TRANSFER ,,
VINEYARD STREET. EWA NUUANU STREAM . .
0. W. McDOWALL, Manager '
Office Hours 5:30 p. m. to 0:30 p.m. Fhone 588
at a & Reduction
For Four Days
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