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- Hale), adjoining-Post Office,
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
86 King St, Bell Telephonel07.
H: E. MoLNTYRE & BRO; ,
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CONTRACTOR , akd BUHNER,
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Eeal Estate and General
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Corneb Bethel and Hotel Sts.
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Corner KING and BETHEL St.
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Patentee of Lose's Chemical
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Afwaj for Bkrliagtoft Bole.
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bethel Street, Honolulu, H.. I.
HAS EE-OPENED HIS
Boot & Shoe
Opposite the Club Stable onj
Fort Street, ana will be glad tc
see his old friends.
MirrjAt. Tei 266;
W!,NG WO TAI & CO.,
Xo. 35 XouInu Street, Hoxotxur, II. I.,
IlTPOETEBS AND DE.VLERS IS
General :-: Merchandise.
Fine Manila Cigars, Chinese and
Japanese CrpcKeryware, Mattings,
Vases ot all kinds, Cumpbonvood
Trunks, Rattan Chairs.
A Fine Assortment of Dress Silks,
CnoicestJb rands ot Uolneso ana
Japanese Teas of Laftst Importations
Itspecticn oete Qoodsrespceifullyiotitcd.
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.The Finest selection of IIQTJOKS sad
BEES, sokLaByvnere in the to vs. ,
First-cka attendance. Call aad jSfB
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Importer and Commission
J P. Cm!' MmUm TkMMl
Fightirig Strentgh. of the
Japanese and Chinese
TheHochi Shinbum cosaparP
the fighting capacity of tSlarw,
anese and tho Chinese Navfcpk
As usual with the native presa
when dealing with such topics,
the Hochi professes that its in
formation originally came from
the mouth of an annoymous ex
pert, this time a Japanese Ad-"
rair&L On the supposition that
the Japanese troops and tho
Chinese troops now in Corea
come into collision through some
cause or other, it is not an idle
task- to contrast the fighting
powers of the two Navies,, whose
operations would not be loss im
portant than military. The Hochi
then, proceeds, to enumerate the-men-of-war,
their tonnage, and
horse power, composing the two
Navies, and nrrives at the follow
ing result: Japan number of..
war ships, 32; their tonnage?
about 61,000; horse powor, about
95,000; China nuihbor of vessellT
46; tonnage about 68,000; horse
power 72,000. Thus,' with regard
to arithmetical strength of tho
two Navies there is no particular
difference, and tho issue of a now
not improbable fight would de-,
pond upon the comparative skill
of the personnel. With respect
to the qualifications of officers,
the Hochi is obliged to admit
with regret that Japan cannot
laytclaim to any marked superior
ly. oirBr China. " It is true that
janan nas a rtavai uonege ana a
:Naval Academy, and that plenty
"of her officers have mastered the
science of naval strategy and
tactics. But China has never"
-'fellon behind Japan in- theso-
points. She has specially en
gaged foreign exports, and has
sent her most promising officers to .
Europe and America, whence
they have returned after going
through all the necessary courses.
In gunnery, navigation, and
tactical evolutions they are so
well trained that even foreigners
admire their proficiency. Would
the Japanese, Navy be overcome,
then, when opposed by tho
Chinese? By no means. For-'
though the Chinese officers mayT
be excellent, that is not the case
with the men. The latter are all
thoroughly Chinese in their
avays, indolent, addicted to
opium, and in many cases igno
rant of even how to firo a gun. ,
Seeing that the point of prime
importance in naval efficiency is
the capacity of the men and of- .
ficers. to work together, Japan
must be admitted to possess a
marked advantage over China.
Moreover, China has made com
paratively little progress in the
art of employing torpedo boats,
nbr has she a sufficient number
of them; a serious fact in view of
tho part now played by torpedos
in naval warfare. In short, tho
so-called Admiral is said to have
declared with great satisfaction'
that, take all in all, the Japanese -
Sjfavy has more than onongV
strength to overpower tho Chi
nese. Japan Mail.
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