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Daily Bulletin Suppltjmtjnt, Novimbw 14, 1894.
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medicine, Ayer's Pill aro the best In tho
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Cigars and Tobacco
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- Wholesale Dealers In
Liquors and Manila (liprs
General Chinese Merchandise
Not Otis, Wot, MattlnK
Chinese Silks, Teas, Kt.
EMllsb aid Aaerlcan Groceries
By Rvery Coast hu-nmn
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Honolulu. Oct. IT lWi, jliiV-lm
LATE F0RBI6N NEWS.
Sam PiANotaoo, Oct. 27,
Per 8. 8. China.
Ex-President McCosh of Princo
ton is seriously ill.
Tho steam wreckor San Pedro has
been wrocked at Cojo harbor. A
boat with four men is missing.
Garland Baker and C. 0. Smith,
well-known residents of San Diego,
have been sent to penitentiary for
nine and six months respectively for
passing counterfeit coins.
By a judicial decision at Portland,
Oregon, Sutton St Beebo aro loft solo
owners of tho famous steamer Hay
tien Republic, whoso name is to bo
changed to tho Portland.
A fire on Pino street, San Fran
cisco, destroyed Goldberg, Bowen
tc Litbonbautn'n storo and other
Lieut. A. J. Mountonoy Jophson,
who helped Stanley to find Etuin
Pasha in Africa, is to bo married to
Auna Head, daughter of a San Fran
Secretary Greshatn was advised
by his physician not to risk going
to Chicago to vote, on account of a
bad cold threatening pneumonia.
THE ORIENTAL WAR.
U. S. Minister Denby cabled from
Poking that tho Japanese had enter
Tho Japanese legation at Wash
ington received tho following official
cablegram: Tho advanco column of
our lirst army began to cross tho
Yalu October 21, aud next day, nfter
fighting over three hours, won a
signal victory at Hoosan, near Kin
Lou Choug, tho opposing army con
sisting of yiiUO being utterly routed
and scattered. Marshal amngatn
is nt WiJu.
Tho U. S. S. Detroit has Hailed
from Newport, K. I., for tho China
station via Suez.
Tho Peking Mercury reports tho
Emperor of China m iuteuoly
angry at the existing condition of
things and determined to investi
gate affairs personally. It is assert
ed that ho intends to learn why a
small country like Japan cannot bo
OPINION Of AN F.NOLIMIMAN.
Kev. Maurice J. Walker, who has
been stationed at Forth, China, by
tho British Government for tho last
nine years, has been interviewed iu
Chicago. He said: "Japau was ob
liged to engage in foreign warfare
to prevent a repetition of tho revo
lution iu 1871 on her own domain.
For years she has been preparing her
self. Not only that, but she had
carefully laid out her campaign in
China. For over a year draughts
men and puotograpuors have tra
versed every part of China ttutil the
topography of tho country is better
known to-day in Tokio than iu Po
king. Wiuter would not clone tho
campaign. Tho road to Moukdeu
is in perfect condition. If tho Jap
anese can cross the mountains be
fore cold weather sets in aud cap
ture Moukdeu, which is tho key to
the whole situation, tho conquest in
theirs. The MX) mile of good road
from Moukdeu to tint Great Wall
at Shntig Vu can bo covered with
in a mouth."
The New York Herald's Loudon
eorrosponilent cable:: 1 am given to
underht'iud, on what must be con
sidered nio-a excellent authority,
that her inajest v's Government havo
practically decided to make an
other attempt to bring about united
action on the part of the chief
Europeau powers with rc;;ard to tho
CHINA AWHICS toll PCCK.
A despatch from Puking states
that China is disposed to conclude
peace with Japan on the basis of a
guarautc" of the indopoudonco of
Corca aud by tho paymont of au
indemnity, the amount to bu fixed
by the powers. Tho despatch adds
tint it i reported that Chiua has
invited tho representatives of the
gomt powers to intervene to secure
POSITIONS OF (OMUATANTb.
The latest war items aro as follows:
It is stated that Viceroy Li Hung
Chang Instead of taking command
of the first Chinese army, as it was
aid he had been ordered to do, has
been transferred from Tiea-tsin to
It is reported that 70,000 Siberiau
troops are gathered at the Russian
port of Vladivostock.
Orders havo been issued rescind
ing tho projected despatch of largo
supplies of rice for the army at New
Cbwang. It is due to tho fact that
iub uuaru ui war nas aoanuoneu an
hope of staying tho progress of the ,
Japanese army in Manchuria. The
despatch adds that many Chinese .
merchant vessels have recently been
placed under the German flag. i
London is excited ovor a dynamite
explosion near the house of Justice
Hawkins, who sentenced a number
of anarchists to imprisonment.
A despatch from Tokio says tho
plan of a Chinoso raid upon tho
coast has been abandonod and the
orders havo been issued to removo
torpedoes from Tokio bay. The
navigation to the harbor ia now de
clared freo. The decree forbidding
tho sale of gunpowder in Japan has
Tho Chinese army under General
Charng, which evacuted Kewliench
nig, is in a mountain pass on tho
high road to Peking. Strict orders
hnvo lceu issued to defend tho pass
at all hazards.
A Japanoso column Is marching
north with tho intention of getting
behind GonoralSung'sarmy. Several
small passes south of Matien Ling
aro under guard.
It is again stated in Tion-tsin that
a Japanese force has laudod forty
miles north of Talionwan. It is ex
pected that foreiguors will be offi
cially requested to Joavo Peking
within a fortuight.
A detachment of tho first Japa
nese army has reached tho lauding
place of tho second army, and com
mutiicatiou between the two armies
has Ijcku etahlishod.
A special to tho Ledger from Vic
toria, It. C, of Nov. 1 says: Tho
flagship Koyal Arthur and four ships
of the Pacific squadron havo been
ordered to Callao at once, and tho
flagship leaves under full steam to
night. Tho British Consulate has been
taken possession of by tho revolu
tionists, tho Consul made a prisoner,
his wifo nud daughter killed, and tho
Consulate burned to tho ground.
Tbe flagship will call hero (Victoria)
for ono hour, about midnight. Ad
miral Stephenson is on board.
V. A. McGuiro. a well known citi
zen of McKay, Ohio, is of tho opin
ion that thero is nothing as good for
children troubled with colds or
croup as Chamberlain's Cough '
Remedy. Ho has used it iu his .
family for several yoars with tho ,
bent results and always keops a bot
tle of it in tho house. After having
la grippe ho was troubled with a
severe cough. Ho used other roino
dies without benefit and then con-'
eluded to try tho children's modi
cino and to his delight it boob effect
ed a permanent euro. 25 and M)
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith it Co., Agents for the
ci ik is. GKirrz,
im rnitT k.i:m:i.
W'll K-ll III- But re Mi.iv (.1
Boots & Shoes
At anil below fii-l I'nee, i inri-'iii;
Rldiag, Our Eureka Roots.
Farmer's ami Kubber Boots,
Alan it variety of
Mrs I. vim- uii Ciiii.iii.ia
Shoos tuid Slippers
a Hall's Salt. 2Gx3G.
Daily Hullttin 60 rents pn month.
between China and Japan
will cause prices for their
silk fabric to go higher ; no
country can fight and weave
silk at the same time. The
price has already advanced
and the pain-re state that
the war i likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful buyer
to purchase now. Wo had
nil immense stock of Japa
nese Goods ordered before
war was declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old prices as long
an our present stock hoIdH
out, and then the War will
force prices up. Our last
consignment consists of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain ; Morning Gowns
for Ladies aud Gents, ilk
Kimonos, Smoking Jacket-,
Silk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shades, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
Hotel St. (Arlington Dlock),
Mm. J P. I'. Coixao). Proprietress.
BartfurtJ ptro IniuriRce Co.,
London Lancashire Fire lu. Co.,
Tnamnaaun Mortsoy Marlsa Ins. Co.,
Nnw Turk LIIm Ins. Co.,
C 0. BERGER,
Qeuttral Auunt tor Hswsilai blasts.
Bttween Alitas sod Richards Streets.
rpHK I NDKUHlO.N'Kll A KB t'KK
1 porta to iiiukc all Mints of Iron,
IUb.h. Hnmie, Zinc. Tin inid lz-nd Unit
ItiRk. Aim u (i.'iitTHl Keiiuir Bhoii for
Hwnm KnmoK, Jtice Mills, Uorn Sllili,
WhU r Whu-lh. Wtnil MlllH,,ti-. .Machines
for tin UltniiiiiK of ('inlet. Ciwtor Ollc.
llriuis. Kcime. KIvnI, I'lnettiiie U-uvt i unit
other hihrous I'lttnts ami Taper Hlocfc.
Vino MiichilieH for Kxtractini: Hutrrli Irnm
i Mmikm' Arrow Kixjt, eui
rsr- All finteri" promptly atteiiil.i i.
WHITE, RITMAK & CO.
-VTOTICL IS HKKKIIY (ilVKX THAT
L ull clnim iiitui-.t t Jin Criterion Bu
llion will lie el leil hy Mr. Jim. 1 Mor
l!iii), mill all 'miMiiihIIjik HiTtiiinttt tluo tbe
Criterion Sa.oon ami the JoIiIiIiik house of
U II. Dee up to the uliove tlutn are payable
to Mr. L. H. Hut. All tilli HKinat L H.
, Dee pluiee pre.ent immediately for pay.
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