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' r j t J rlriMs because of the fact ? . mvjtwwit frrprf.J wi'wtpj'- O o o o o o o 6 o o 0 o ' o o 6 o 6 o o ' 9 o 9 o 6 A. o ? o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 6 o 6 JAPANESE TROOPS BURYING TWO RUSSIAN OFFICERS KILLED AT CHIU-LIEN-CHENG. This funeral occurred May 6, at Antung-, with military honors.- Buddhist priests performed the burial rites. The photograph shows an officer lighting the fire just before the priests began their chant. ooooo-o . -oo oooo 000-- OO0CC0000O0O00O00O0-0'O oooooooooooooooo ing of the 30th inst. six Russian torpedo-boats entered the port and . fired 200 shots at the settlement They sank one steamship and one sailing vessel and then joined Kuropatkin Will Retire Further North. Delays k of Call ir Co., oc i on Clxlna jkong and ition and F.lralia and !0t - ierm deponlts at ; tit annum, viz: ' . v it 2 pe ctmt. V per cent. i oer cent. S er fent. irsoaal. Answering ela- To Queries ..Of . iV' Advertiser. irted on. -pared. or Involved . f "Home Builders" ResepMENT. j , " Sjtereat allow- Notice laken By This Paper. irulatlona," talned on MENT. The offices of the "Co-Operative ."lA Home Purchasing Society" were crowd- PANIE3. ed yesterday -with natives. Many of1 street these were there to learn anything they'' ) could regarding: the stability of the"V-- copartnership running the "Society" JtV of the "Eauitable Underwriting ft Trust Company, (Inc.)," which poses as gUi?intor of the contracts. Tner were alSo a number of "new members." people whom the numerous agents of i the copartnership had sent tc the of-- flees to make out their contracts. I Mrs. Fanny Strauch told all of tho 4 A JBDOneSe VOlUmn III niS KS3r. ' the shiPs lying outside the harbor and disappeared. Two Ko- members who made inquiries tiiat what xe, 7 1 a r r ji' V,1 -lei xtely we have re- ..'lils name on boxing , ii as a weak heart. He wag in Siege of Port Arthur Progress Ins; SSovIy Bandits Derail raQ and fwn nlrlipri were slitrhtlv wnnnded. Damapes tn tbft the newspapers said of th "Soo.Wv" pa- 1 buildings were insignificant. TAKAHIRA. was "all hot air" and "blackmail." ' ,;afe An Advertiser reporter visited the. offices about five o'clock yesterday aft- Tram. WASHINGTON. Tune 30, 1004. 3 TA PAMF.SR rrTNSTIT. Mnnnlnln- -i ernoon for the purpose of asking quea- rpv j r T1 1 i uw" i-uuuci illlis I. lie (JULUl. Man - , ... r x- : ager Strauch and his wife, a clerk, and ; the occupation of Fenshuihng as follows : Ln . .. , . , . . 1 another person were in the main office. Our army, forming m three columns, commenced operation on He told the reporter tnat they were too the 25th of June for occupying Fenshmling, where the Russians con- busy counting. the day,s rcceipts andt1 f j structed semi-permanent fortification with forts, entrenchments, looking over the records of the new JkSl Saloon yesterday between J i six o'clack with a sailor froni ' fifn.-r"'?E. Geneau, and the pair r I r it jjgT orient concerning scientific ' t Vi?rris claimed that he could ' Siltt the sailor could not hit ft' ,5 sailor maintained that he d hkfrlitm. The sailor made sev thrusts but did not succeed in get- v hrnn?h Karris' guard.! What rted ia a good natnred argument Ufound both men in bad humor and f Gillis, the bartender at the Koyal , h jlered the men to stop scuffling and W-i 5; 1 nt nf the nlace. Harris left the '.,) 0i and met me in the street out- " j . p !aYopped me and said some- V- i".'.. i some curios that he in- ' iLLl j Ket from some man on the J II noticed that he was Aer the Influence ot uquur jy 'oems that Harris and a tfrWand Geneau aiet about will at the corner of Hotel v -f 1 . ' . i V f. : mf. ,i tVmro tliA three J ' a policeman stopped the ince reporieu lu me uwi. tvio street laughing St Geneau. The sail- . - j XJnff m.M ri sml in ironi L"" ' Harris: Tou wait; 1 11 fix t - a f ' M. 1 1 y 1? 1 11 ft ! W o'clock Harris was with jailors m uic . I "arri3 was leaning against V end of the bar., Suddenly tc doors of the saloon open . f Wlu entered. - He walked in i-TLT,. . eun at Harris fired. j In jrs promptly jumped if , ffl knocked him dwn ll ' J & Cooltei pounded' him ir- wif , ah to av f .-eica, f Bct u-" a yard streets Jg Fredj"Kley ,S a. streeWi .. ' VASSOCIATZl) PBES8 GABIiQBA2SO CHEFOO, July 1. The Japanese have landed another division of 10,000 men on the Elliot islands to assist the campaign against Port Arthur. The Elliot group is an irregular chain of islands, fifteen miles in extent off the east coast of the Llaotong peninsula. It was seized by the Japanese at the beginning of the war and made a base of naval operations against Port Arthur. SIEGE OF PORT ARTHUR. ST. PETERSBURG, July 1. The siege of Port Arthur is pro ceeding slowly. The Japanese have not yet brought their heavy gung within range of the works. BERLIN, July 1. It is stated that Gen. Kuropatkin has decided to withdraw to Haicheng. business of the day to attend to him. I The reporter had a list of questions wire-entanglements and abatis. "The Russians offered stubborn resistance, but, after fierce en gagements, our detachments succeeded in surrounding the enemy and . which he thought would facilitate an finally took Fenshuiling on the 27th of June. The enemy's corpses ' interview, strauch took these and said found cn the main road only amount to over 90, while those lost h would write out answers to them, elsewhere cannot yet be estimated. Six Russian officers and 82 men , Here are the fuestions? were captured by us. Our casualties are estimated to be 170. TAKAHIRA. ' LTD. BULGARIAN ATROCITIES. Manage- S.J How many subscribers have you here? How much money have you collected? How much money have you loaned? uditor Where do you keep the money you 4.srenta collect? In Honolulu or San Fran- " .. Ci"5CO? - In what bank is the money kept? Do you immediately loan the money "president iand Sec, ipany CONSTANTINOPLE, July i.-Bulgarian bandits have mur-l SveTany part of n? yOU dered a notable Greek citizen of the village of Djigorovo, burned his family alive and disemboweled two of his servants. -o- COLLEGE AQUATICS. NEW LONDON, July 1. Yale won the Freshman race by a What commission do you getr Do you get anything out of this other than your commission? Has the Equitable Underwriting & Trust Co., any interest in your Society ? Does it receive any part of the Com mission which you retain? f Does it receive any payment other than the $1 paid to it by the subscriber?" Who are your partners here? Have you bank references at San Francisco showing the financial stand- Haicheng is a walled city on the main line of the railroad, about thirty ' miles cast of Newchwang. Liaoyang- isfthe next important i until today on account of unfavorable conditions station to the north. Haicheng was captured by the Japanese in 1894, fortified and held for a year. BANDITS DERAIL A TRAIN. Viaif lpncrth in 10:20 i-s. The four-oared Varsity race was postponed , ing of the Underwriting Co. PROHIBITION TICKET COMPLETE 1 INDIANAPOLIS, July i. Geo. W. Carroll of Texas is the Pro- TIENTSIN, July i. Bandits derailed a train south of Harbin, hibitionist nominee for Vice-President on the ticket with Silas I wf' fturg. Thirty-three passengers were killed and fifty-eight injured. IN KUROPATKIN'S REAR. LIAOYANG, July i. The Japanese column which forced Mo tien pass is advancing along the eastern rcad towards Liaoyang with the object of cutting Russian communications northward of this place while Kuropatkin is operating in the vicinity of Haicheng. AFTERNOON REPORT. irprf on th? xin NLWtriWANLr, June 30. A Russian torpedo-boat destroyer, t.-r.. - jieur. curuKon, nas arrivea nere trom Fort Artnur, having success I , - -r .... tuny run tne Japanese Diockade. Swallow. -o- A DUCHESS DIVORCED. bailors ana pre- ARIS, July 1. The Duchess of Valencay has been divorced. in. o 4. a 1-3 1 ""or.,i CHEFOO, June 30. The Japanese are erecting forts command- j The ing Port Arthur, out of range of the Russian guns. PDOMCT A TIT" T,,.-. . a c i 1 , . , , t i wAvwi .iAAXo., j ju. iire uiukc out in tne arsenal nere merce today that destroyed 20 Whitehead torpedoes. The fire is believed Yhlcn! r m 1 -LOtij to be of incendiary origin. j reg-iia - Chleep i WASHINGTON, Tune 30, 1004. ; ; To JAPANESE CONSUL, Honolulu : mi ... t ' - ' . .J-c, Japanese con mi at uensan reports that early in the morn- iwili i Chines .v'c-rmmispioner to REGULATIONS AGAINST THE CHINESE ARE UPHELD The bCew York Journal of Commerce the Exposition, m which Air Loua. ex I i pressed disappointment that no reply has thp following: : j.,j been made by the Department to b' f t0 ori Trnsnorta- ! the charges in that article "that, the I tn Jterfl9i- rfr fmm sf.rptarv permanent and general condition, m CorteH ou of "the Department of Com- ' K-gard to Chinese persons, represented and Xabor he copy of a letter cy me rcsuwuun, -..j-.-v he sent to Congressman George unfair to the exempt class of Chinese d a short timo asro. regarding the ! coming into the United States." ions e-overninsr thP admission of In reply to Mr. Loud the Secretary h to takp pan in the St. Louis i says that in proper ways the Depart- - ? .1 . T . . nj. AV4U. 4Vn Exrosrtion. Mr. Loud had written the meni nas uuuenawi. iu ?ecret4 ry wh h reference to th? article 1 facts ana ieeis tnai it nas tajiat- j pubV?ired .,)y Mr. Wong-iKai-Kah. Im- torily answered such of the adverse (Continued q ge . tween your society and the Under writing Co., regarding these contracts? ' Who acted for the copartnersldp in making this agreement? Who is E. T. Rodgers? Who is C. H. Sedgebecr? In case any of the subscribers are dissatisfied with -your agency can they ( appoint new agents? .! When you make a loan do you de- L mand security for the full amount? If the applicant cannot give security " do you make the loan? Who in Honolulu has authority to sign the guarantees of the Under writing Co.? Up to 2 a. m. the answers had not arrived. THE CRTLaC BLACIfiUIL. irance ; 1. In- f -;iranee TJver- y of t .. 3om- : if,, San ; ; V ' -I . i Phila- j i fanu- ; ider. Souu ilia - What righc . newspaper to make inquiries -"VA U3 anyway?" demanded Mrs. Stt,. Without per mitting the explay .Jn that per haps it was a newspaper's duty to look into new financial concerns, Mrs. Strauch denounced the reporter, the editor of the Advertiser, and the Ad vertiser itself as "blackmailers." "I knew yesterday when you come in and ask about us that you did not want to become a member or build a house. I knew all you wanted was blackmail us. You would not befar anyway. You want , 50 some ir"ey to shut As to Strang L" tinuie Blueask us rge E. JiJhopr ' W. F. C. H. Cow . 1j1i. iu. loll y 3! o r 1 r it v Is - ' j ..'was;.-' T"' r-r-- V" (fl- -v " 1