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Hi raE PAaFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. HONOLULU. AUGUST 20, in J " WE STAND at the top For GOOD STYLE. QUALITY and FINISH, and LARGEST SlOCK of VtBICLES in ALL DESCRIPHONS . . " Have just received 3 Carloads of Surveys, Busgies, Runabouts, all of the latest styles. These cuts represent vehicles that possess more good points to the equare inch than any other vehicle has to the yard. We expect to sell you more than once and we indicate that expectation by handling the best and most reliable vehicles made. Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Company, Ltd. ON HAND AND FOR SALE AT 5!. C. Peacock & Co., LIMITED AGENTS I Vto Aro 0-Ff ring Bargains in the Oolotorated. MARINES MUST ACT Rosehill Won't Go Unless tie is Forced. Miss Anna Conover, Auburn, N. Y.; Earl f Hopetoun. Scotland: Capt. Corbet. D. J. Mackey. Walter Everard, Lucy Mackey. Reginald Mackey. Lon don; Dr. A. M. Blanchard. U. Miss C. A. Hamilton, Miss k. THEN THERE WILL BE A HOT TIME Colonel Tom Fitch Marks Out a Time for America and Jap in. Lively BERGSTROM MUSIC CO Fort Street, Honolulu. GUY OWENS Electrical Construction Company, Ltd, Office and Warehouse, 1120 UNION STREET, NEAR HOTEL. "What have I to say concerning the despatch from Japan to the New York World that the Japanese war vessel had returned to Yokohama, after leav ing a small force of marines to deal with Captain Rosehill when he arriv ed?" said Col. Fitch yesterday. "Well, what can I say? If Rosehill complies with his instructions, he will not yield except to a superior force, and if there is a superior force he will place the Japanese government distinctly in the position of expelling American citi zens engaged in a peaceful occupation, from territory claimed by the United States and the right to occupy which was granted them by the President of the United States. The last despatches from Tokio stated that the proclamation of Japan formally elaimintr Marcus isiana was dated in 1893 and that the Japanese found 'siarns of previous American oc- ennanrv' That fixe3 the claim of .Tanan a beinsr based solely upon the ground that the United States or Rose hill had abandoned the island, nose hill made formal claim in 1889 and Sec retary Blaine recognized his claim by filinsr it in the State Department ana he visited the island in 1893 and again in 1897 and he was engaged in the meantime in constant efforts to enlist capital to develop the guano deposits. ' If there had been a failure tor nine years between 1S89 and 1898, or for thirteen vears between 18S9 and 1902 to utilize Marcus, still the island could not be considered a derelict. I do not know what neriod of lime under the law of nations should elapse to work S. A Luetch- ford. Rochester. N. Y.; Or Lurman, Germany; E. C. Brooks. Dublin, Ire land; Frank Green, West Chester. Pa.; F. W. Wiltrahau, Brisbane. Queens land; I. H. Murray, London; H. G. Moore, Wr. D. Wood. Pittsburg. Pa.; Sam'l S. White, Philadelphia; T. P. Lancaster. London; M- A. Hamburger. Miss E. Hamburger. Mrs. R, E. Marx. Los Angeles; Richard u. Harrison, ssaji Francisco; Mrs. Major fotts, u. &. a., MiS3 J. Laeund, Miss C. C. Phelps, Chi cago; C. G. Bowman. Indiana; E. E. de Garni. Chicago; H. R. Dunniway, Port land; E. Anderson, M. D.. May G. G. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Harper. Mas ter A. Harper, Melbourne; Mr. and Mrs. J. Grant. West England; H. R. 'Bos wick, Seoul, Korea; Wr. H. McGow nn Ynknhama: W. H. Rhodes. Chey enne: R. W. Breckons, Honolulu; R. Rile j', England; C. D. Lufkin, wauuKu; Louis J.-. Warren and wife, Honolulu; A. G. Hubbard and wife, Keaianas, Poi - frs .T w. Winters. Mrs. Wm. Wagner, Honolulu; Wm. Eliot Smith, Miss Eunice Smith, miss .ciien u. Smith. Alton, 111.: H. Roberts, ; T. K. James and wife, San Francisco; FriU Schroeder, Horst Weber, Lelpsig, Germany; Mrs. S. E. Eddy, E. E. Pax ton, Honolulu; A. J. Williamson and wife, Honokaa. Hawaii; R. D. Silliman and wife, Honolulu; General Mortillo andstaff, Mexico ;E. Megulre and wife, Arizona; Gilbert F. Little, Hilo; Capt. Harford H. B. M. Consul, Manila: Mr. and Mrs. Gipperich, Chifou; C. Thlel, Hongkong: M. Estermaux. Shanghai; Carroll E. Miller. M. D-. Cadillac, Mich.; Arthur Beardslee. San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Marsh, San Francisco; Miss Gertrude M. Lanahan. Baltimore; Mr. and Mrs. Jared G. Smith and son, Honolulu: Mrs. C. Werner, Australia; A. T. Galbraith, Honolulu. Phono aVIoin 315 Electrical woik of every description promptly attended to. Just Arrived New Lot of Hat Bleach Your Old Hat Made New X F"or 3 Cents To Trou"blo to Use. ONLY AT HONOLULU DRUG CO. 926 Fort Street. A. H. OTIS. OTTO A. BIERBACH. a Latest styles in Neckwear, Shirts and Gent's Wearing X u t L Apparet. r. .... . . ,1 U.i Uata rf all L-tm a mftdA in T.hfl mpmiapi UU TT Alan W ' Our Japanese goods are imported direct from Japan and the X prices are right. Call and be convinced. Kine Street, next to Castle & Cooke. i ....... . . . . - - ttttttttttttttttttttt Hi IV! ,chni ftouse, Sign and Decorative Painting j- 1 V W"W WW . U raining, uiazing, raper tianging ana untie g. First-Class Sign Work on G-lass a Specialty. 761 Alakea Street. P.O.B,x622. - - - - Telephone Main 62. ine Cut umblers i i. . n LJVITED. 0 j) i 1 V ay Mi 8T02IACH t: get the penuine, with our rmvAifi DIE STAMP over the neck of the bot tle. HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS This wonderful medicine has never been equalled as a stomach strength ener and health builder. It is the only one to take when your system is weak and run down and you suffer from v or nations snouia eiapse io worn. app?T, TMDTfiKSTION. CON- a forfeiture of title by abandonment, j STIPATIOx FLATULENCY. SOUR or if there is any doctrine of interna- STOMACH GR HEADACHE. TRY IT. tlonal law on the subject. But judged IT m 8Urely do you good. Be sure by the analogies of the civil law, the : he enuine with our PRIVATE common law and the statute law nine years or thirteen years is too short a time. The right of the public to use a highway once established can, according to many authorities, never be ror- feited by abandonment while others hold that it may be lost by non-user for the same period of time required by the statute of limitations to create a tiM hv adverse possession. That period both at common' law and civil law and bv the statutes of many states is twenty-one years and is in few states less than ten years. Abandonment and non-user for 20 years was held to ex tinguish the right of a city to a public alley. It has been decided that non- user of a water right for a time equal t" that fixed by the statute f limita tions for the recovery of real property is necessary to constitute abandonment of it. -If Rosehill aeouired title to Marcus island for the United States in 1SS9 by location and by the Imited placing his clnim on record in the De rartment of State, surely the United Elite BIdg ,over Hart & to. s parlok THE New York Dental Parlors SPECIAL- PAINLESS DENTAL ISTS. Hundreds of people can testiry that we have extracted their teeth without pain. All dental work done painlessly, and in the best possible manner by graduate o-,t,eta Khn re soecialists in their pro- States j fcgSion. Have your dental work attended j to by competent dentists at tne MEW YORK DENTAL rAKUJKS - - " l Alj - States could not lose its title in less, Thg New york Dental Parlors do more time than a city could perfec t its title L than any other institution of its to an alley, or a rancher could per- kind ln the WOrld. and our guarantee is fbacK or it feet his water right. "Japan's position with respect to Marcus island is not tenable and if reports be true it has dealt with the subject matter in an unwarranted, if not an insolent manner. When in formed that an American citizen was on his way to Marcus, claiming the right to occupy it under a license from his government Japan should have re quested the U. S. to prevent his landing and not herself undertaken the task with a sloop of war and a force of marines. Even Great Britain would not have ventured upon the course pur sued by Japan and I do not believe that our Government will tolerate it. If Japan has undertaken to be judge, jury and high sheriff and without any app'iiant to the United States for a ver dict of her rights has driven Rosehill off by force, I predict that Japan will have a hll of a bill to pay before the matter shall be ended." Hotel Arrivals. Late arrivals. Moana' hotvl Senator and Mrs. Walker. Misses E. P. and F. O. Walkor, Sydney, N. S. W.: Miss Mabel Barton. Mallerowane, N. S. "W.; A. II. Wheeler.' Philadelphia; IT. I. Perry. X. Y. ; Mr. and Mrs. Chas. (1. IViltimor1: Oscar Pollock, Miss Maurine Campbell. Fitzcerald Yokohama.: Don't confuse tists. us with the cheap den full Plate of Teeth 5 M Gold Crowns 6 00 Bridgre "Work, per Tooth 6 00 Oold Fillings 1 00 illlvar Trillin en 60 If money Is an object to you. come nd see us. We "will tell you in ad 7n, exactlv what your work will m Kn ciiarpp for examination. All our instruments are thoroughly Uenlized. Hours, 8 to 6; Sundays. 9 to 12. T o H too t nttpn dance. Room 4. Elite building. Hotel street. Miss Fiances E. West, Des Moines; ORLAN CLYDE CULLEN COUNSELLOR-Ay-LAW. tt Qnnrsmc Court. Registered Attor nev U. S. Patent Office. United States and Foreign Patents. Caveats, Trade Marks and Copyrights. No. 700 7th Street, N. W. Opp. U. S. Patent-Office. WASHINGTON. D. C. Per Dozen Attractive in shape and de sign, ueeful in size and the most durable article ever sold in this market. One dozen of these tumblers will outlast at least four dozen of the blown glasses you are now using. ' Call and be convinced that we are offering you a good investment. VV.VV. Dimond&Co. Up-to-date dealers in crock ery, glass and house furnish ing goods. Sole agents for the celebrat ed Gurney refrigerators and Jewel stoves 53-55-57 King Street. HONOLULU. Savo in Stock and Offer for Salo and ROOFING BUILDING PAPI PRESERVATIVE FAIN! BOXJJCR AND STACK PAIN INSULATING COMPOUND BRIDGE AND ROOIT PAINV Received Per "SIERRA" S. S. PING PONG BALLS Five different styles of Backets. 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Ring Up 270 for water or pure aoda made from taU water. Honolulu Iron Works Co. 8TEA1I KNGINE8 EOILERS, SUGAR MILLS, COOL ERS, BRASS AND LEAD CASTING! and mcchlnery of every deacrlptlor made to order. Particular attentloa paid to ehlp'a blackemlthirja;. Job wort executed on shortest notice. SAN FRANCISCO, HONOLULU. NEW YORK. M. S. Grinbanm & Co. LIMITED, porters ui Cemmlssloa Merchiii SOLE AGENTS FOR SLANCHE BATES 5o CIGAR. PHILADELPHIA UNDERWRITERS BRITISH AMERICAN AFFURANC'E COMPANY, of Toronto, Ontario. Special attention piven to consign ments of Coffee and Rice. Dally Advertiser, delivered by earn- to any part of the city for 78 eti month. Li P 1 14 It n :i It tt