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WILLING TO NEOOTIATK.
Viroroy Li Uuug Chang, in fipoak
ing to a visitor lately, exprewd hi
roadinoss to moot Field Marshal
Count Yamagata, the Japaueso
Coiutnander-iu-Cluof, iu order to
opon negotiations with him.
Field Marshal Yainagnt.Vs report
from Kiowlienohiug, dated Novum
bor 10, says there were uo Chinese
troops in that vicinity.
The U. S. S. Ualtimoro has ar
med at Che Foo, China.
AMEBIC VNS WILL STAND KlttM.
Hobert Maeliiy, an American mer
chant of Tien Tsiu, writes to his
brothor in Now York under date of
October 1th, as follows: "European
and American legation oIIR-mIm are
Hooking down from Peking and Pro
testaut and Catholic missionaries
are swarming into Tieu Tsiu from
all parts of the interior tomakea
final stand hero, aud as there will
thus be about KKX) males of tin all,
well armed, it is entirely likely wo
will bo able to make it hot for any
Chinese soldiers that may fall back
defeated ou Tien Tsiu, provided not
more than U),(XJ0 or f0,000 attack us
at one time. From the Japauou) we
fear nothing. They are civilized and
conduct themselves like European
armies, whereas the Chinese are
still tho cowardly savages tlioy al
was have been.
"There is a thick, murky, ouiin
Ti Srte.! telur, V.1
the atmosphere jut now, and it
looks very mucti as II llie Japanese
were going to succeed in carrying
out their threat to capture Peking.
Thoy are getting nearer every day,
and the palace eunuchs are in a
dreadful funk. All hinges now on
one thing -can the Japanese stand
the freezing winter of North China,
so terrible compared to the beauti
ful balmy climate of the Eastern
isles? If not, there is a terrible
massacre in store for their armies
when they have penetrated some
distauce into China, and then try to
retreat again. It will be a repeti
tion of Napoleon in Kussia."
ClIlSEsR nix aw x.
General Yamagata's army, uuin
Iwring about 'iO.oOO, left Japan Oct.
20 for Manchuria. On the SMh a
section of the army crossed the
alu, anil without ililliculiy occu
pied the walled town of Ctiiu-hen
on October UiUh. The defensive
force, of from 10,000 to 10,000 ran
away at the first attack.
The Japanese castialtie were
about twenty killed and eighty
wounded. Of the Chinese, 2t0 were
reported killed. The spoils were of
great value, including thirty large
cannon, thousands 01 small arms,
abundance of ammunition, .'d)0 tents,
and quantity of provisions and fod
der. I'OIIKIUNUIft 1 li 01 T.
The exodus of foreigners from Pe
king continues. The Hritih Minis
ter has peremptorily ordered his
country men to leave. Ureal num
bers of wealthy natives are foroakiug
their homes and seekiug shelter in
the cities nearer the coast. Even
Tien-tsiu oud Chefoo are couriered
undesirable places of abode, and
hundreds of families are ou their
way to Shanghai. The only Euro
pean iu the Chinese service who
lingers at Peking is Sir Kohert Hurt,
chief of the customs stair.
ANOTHEK JAP SIHIKE.
Woory and Strangely Orirl.ml
l'rocodslon Troops to Town.
About a hundred and fifty Japa
nese laborers, clod .in all hurts of
robes, came mor the Pali last night
from Kahiiku plantation. The men
were on a strike and came over to
see Goro Narita, who is Acting Japa
nee Consul-Gciieral in the absence
of Mr. Fujii. They did not see Mr.
Narita last night and so waited until
Ah for as can be gathered the
trouble began on Tuesday afternoon
but nothing was known about it iu
town until I o'clock yesterday, A
Japanese had a foiling out with a
Portuguese which resulted iu 0
fight. A white luua interfered, aud
the Japs claim that he lined the
Japanese with unnecessary rough
uess. Seven Japanese laborers took
up their fellow countryman's part
and eventually prevailed on the
other laborers to quit work, unless
the luua was dismissed. This Mr.
Ariieuiaun, manager of the planta
tion, would not agree to. Ou in
vestigation he had found that the
luua had not used more force than
was necessary iu separating the men.
The laborers then decided to trump
into town and lay their grievance
before Mr. Okotts. the Inspector-
General. They started yesterday
aud some reached town about 10
o'clock last night. Others came iu
early this morning. The strikers
presented a sorrowful and weary ap
pearance. Mr. Narita has refused to hear the
Japanese strikers and has referred
them to Mr. Okotts. If they do not
come to an agreement then the lega
tion will take up the matter. Other
wise Mr. Narita will not interfere.
Mr. Okotts interviewed theslrikers
this morning. At the re.iii.ust of
C. Ikilto, representing the Kahtiku
Plantation Co., thesoum ringleaders
wore each lined .?fi. The company
consented to allow the remainder to
go scot free, ami the one hundred
and fifty Japanese will leave for Ka
huku Plantation to-morrow morn
The S. N. Oastlo Purauud by Bill
Larson and His Bontuoys.
The barkentino S. N. Costle, Copt.
Hubbard, sailed at I0:!!0 o'clock this
morning. There was a very little
breeze blowing at the lime and the
vossol Hindu her way slowly out of
the harbor, while the cannons of the
Yorktowu were booming 111 honor of
President Uole. The vessel had
previous!) been subjected to a thor
ough search by Captain Patterson
and men, owing to a report that
William Aldrieh had stowed away
on her at 1U o'clock last night. No
"Hilly" was found, olthough the
captain's quarters were searched.
About half an hour after the S. N.
Castle had departed Detective har
suit arrived at the boat lauding iu
double quick hasto and ordered tho
best boat ami four of the most mus
cular boalboys to be got in rcadi
uess for immediate ut
returned later with two policemen
aud put oil with the intention of
boarding tho S. N. Castle, which was
then outside tho Moll buoy. It was
then generally known that Aldrieh,
a much-wanted man by his credit
ors iu this community, had skipped
on her, and Larson's intention was
to bring him back.
Aldrieh was seen to go on board
the S N Castle at 11.10 o'clock last
night by Capt. Patterson of the har
bor police. Ho was not seen to
come olT again, and the police didn't
care whether he did or not, as they
itifotn1i.il to iiaIi hint mi linnril.
When the vessel was searched this tiUUH Street past tllC IlOrSC
morning, however, Aldrieh could , ,, , .,., .,
not lie found. Detective Larson, sarer at I hoiuas Square, lor
Capt. Patters.n aud others watched ' ,1 1,1 il,:,,., u.r t, , ,
the vessel as aim left tho wharf this , the UllSlglltly tiling IKIS DCtfll
morning. the vessel iicored the m.,,,,,,,,.1 Tl. , l11n I ;,- fls
lighthouse a small boat in which " ruil(nLl1, "K muu ,J aKS
was a person dressed in o hoioku agreeable but the annoyance is
was sobii to make for her. Tho pas- '
senger boarded the Castle below tho decreased Wheil you llilVC !l
iiuhthouse. He was 110 othur thou , , . ... , ,, . ...
William Henry Aldrieh. A tele- llaitm.lim bteel AV.lt. It IS as
phone warning put Larson and his ir.I11V1jnir l1nu, .-.iiti'bKr -in. I
sleuth hounds 011 the pursuit. Thoy tomslling I10W quickly .Hid
went out to the spar buoy, but the IhoiOlUjlllv the Soles of the
vessel had too much headway to bo , " J
overtaken. Tho pilot boat reported shoes are cleaned by rubbing
Srin - mSt or life s Tcaslie after
mam-mast 01 the
the pilot left her.
WHAT ABOUT KUBBEHr
Inquiry for Information from a Now iHlilulUg.
York Hubber Journal Editor. J AlUllllCr HOVolty ill tile Wily
The rubber tree nourishes in theso '.r ui.,,1.;,,,. !.. i., t,
islands, but its product has not yet ol ,l UUtKlllJf I50X. Uy Ilk.
appeared iu the exports. Joseph p n n,V'int" vv nvplvpil n
Marsden, Commissioner of Agriciil- 1 - Ui L5,'l,U SU ,cCC,Nlt, a
ture.has bwu seen regariling the lot of Blacking Boxes (Jap
iiKjuiry from New ork. He said . .
that there ore many varieties of trees' ailed and lllCKeled), which fold
producing rubber. That which is . ., ,. ,
esteemed tlie most is the Sierra rub- Up against the Wall illld are
ber, or matihiot glaiovii. Tho .-.,,, .. .1,, ,,., ,,f ,, . ,,,
Coiniuissioner had lately procured a tomplotcly Ollt of tile V.iy.
thousand seeds for Walouae sugar You've seen tllOlll advClll'setl ill
plantation, also a thousand for
Senator Geo. N. Wilcox of Lihue, 1 Ihe IliagaxJllCS illld thought
Kauai. There are some thousands . . , .
being grown iu tho Government tlleill a good tiling. 1 OU WOre
forest nursery under the supervision . , . .,rtil- ,.. .. 1.
of the Couini.ssioi.er. ' Hgllt 111 '0Ur opilUOIl bCCiUISe
Mr. Marsden savs the tree will ,1.,., .... ,. . 1 Un., ...,.1 ..,,11
produce rublMT fn three to four ' w d gOOU 111111.1, .UHl WlII
years. It will grow on rocky ground
from sea level up to on elevation of j
:kHK or UHH) feet. The fact of on in- '
unity for the product coming from I
New Vork would indicate another
new industry that is open to enter-'
ptising agriculturists of those isl- '
alul', . . ,. !
witii n Mission or Business aud ,
Chief Crowley f the San Fran-'
cisco police force with his wife and
family arrived by the Alameda to-
day His visit is a mixture of busi-1
ness and pleasure. Tho latter ho
iiinloiihtotllv will ot. Ail to tho for
iirt ho i iiuilnrAtooil to l.nvo in
1. mid n iiilss'uH. to tl.u K"v'rnniu"t
hem to (MiiU'iiMir to n't tlntir uo...
si.l to tint traunfor of luttlvo or
tliirtci'.i lti)i'rn now in San Frnn
cisco to Mololmi. Tl.In is tlio chief's
first visit to thtt islands. In fact hu
hnKi.'t Im'cii awny from 'Frisco for
over twenty yearn, having hmtn head
of it h police force now lor a quarter
of a century. We winl. him Huccehs
in nil his umlurtakhiKH nml are sure
that he will have a ileaaut trip and
tl.nl nil the ollicinl nml private
world hero will M-e that ho "ohnses
hiniM'lf" up tho hill of pleasure.
Jly Jan. F. MoriJiiu.
Valuable Real Estate
On Thursday, Dec. 13, 1894
AT 2 O'CLOCK NOON,
I nni turn ri.rt.it )y Out 'riuilctH miliar
tuo Wll itt Mn. It. 1. lliiluii. t m I nt
1'iilillf i union, nt my Miln.rix.in, (Jiit-en
ALL THAT TKACT OK LAND COM
I'UIHlNil AN AltKA OK
i U-1'XI AClthH.
itii.itcil on W idler Avi'i.ui! uiul Ki-wadi
lrefl, MaU'.ki, ILniululil, l'IMC tliu l):e
uncr n( l i' Unut ilixcrii'ii i in lirnnl VK
Ajuiiin I, lo i.ot KoiiirliHiiiuliu, unit tin
iuml i'imiirlMil in Wri.nl UW, Apuim l,to
lllblio. i; tHlf.
Aa-'Iln- MKipul tin- iroprty tali Imseen
at my niiuiion riKim,
fW Titiiih 'ttli. II. h lindi Col...
Dit'ilh ut i'i'iiM.ul urvliiii'r.
Po.nter Papis For Sale!
jQtt lMrn llni.oli.lil llflle (-x Gill
7y$f w.i.im iliini whs Vcrrf, liy
Hr. D.iliti ul Vitiioii liiMiorliil)
"f f.rfl- -iif of Honolulu I'ullti mi
. .. . i .....i i. i.. .1.....1
iiihiio. 11 "i, mil iiiipuririi iiiimi i.niuiiu
ut noon of flu .0. Tf Htm i.t mum pups
IN il'lllUH! II l'llt. lllllHJ(IL'll I IIU1II VltV
ilini.(iriiu KrnnclH, Otliiua, 111. Tim lirt't-il.
i $ ut ilii'et' i upi I'uiinnt ln licut on t lit
Iblunli. 1 'nth it nml niutlir tioth liroken
to lin.lt. Also two (ioritiu. nut iura nl fi
nmrKfil, :i mouths old For (iirthtir par
tii'iiturH, upplv to
V. M. CI'NNI.NOIIaM,
H'u-lin Anchor Haloou.
'IMIK VINi ON TAI 10. WILL Do A
J (ii.Tir ul lliititil .Mirrtiiitlht HiinIiiuhx
at Honolulu, IblH.il ol Onhu. alii. I.imi
Kiiiii Inn Hu- .luiH).'r ol mill liiiilnehi
ii il Idii In I iiut'iurll y in hi;i. lit llrm
Kli Hu llrm
name ... mi inullera unnruin
WISH ON TAI Co ,
II I, i!w
KAMKUAMKHA OIUL.8' U0H00L.
riMIH KlltST TIIItM OK KAMIIIIA
1 mi n OiiiiJi H iuml. niM-iiH WLDNI'.S.
DAY, lite. lUlh. A pilrniiniia for Hitlili--tion
nwy lm tulilrfHorii to Mmx I'm r. ulilivr
Ht K miK'ljttiiir lin M.iiintil, in nt Urn Jin
wdiim Liiulrritiirti'ii Itoiini, (nfi'ii Liiiinii
Hull, MUlinUy incininn Imm " Iu '
wlnru ' will ' pliMml in inii'l nil.
I'lititv. I'lm In Hun Ik i'llty U'-Oi Diilliim n
ynitr. No MpillonlH ri'inlvitl iiinlur Iwtilvn
yeiuii ul njju. Il-i3.ll
Nov. 17, 1S94.
Sulphurous fumes permeate
the atmosphere to-day.
The rainfall has been a great
comforter to the parties who
own crops as well as to the
people who drive along Bere-
thorn over (he steel. We have
the mats in various sizes for
1 llio house. sfnri or nnhlic
"' .. ., .'.W W. f-V-W
W()lh hc $2.0 VOU pay for
J ' J
... ,. . ,, , .
I lie Premier bgg Clips do
. . . i., 1, ,,
IWl i' n be KllOWIl here
judging from the many inqui-
ffo W(. ,lave h;u, fron, pc(jp,e
who said they had never heard
of them. These cups are made
t .x..,...,,!,,:,, ;llvi i;i., .. i ... .,..
()l Pori.Cl.lin JUSl UKc .1 I CI Clip,
0y M11:lcr aiK 1;lvo a m'Ckcl
plated top W'llicll SCI'CWS Oil.
The cook breaks the eggs in
(he cup and puts the lid on and
then Jiop.s it into hot water.
In a few minutes the c,i;jj is
cooked and brought to table in
the cup. The advantages of
this o,irjj cup are several. In
the lirsl place there is no dan
ger of havinji a superannuated
e.if.ti droppiii"; into your glass
when you are ready to eat your
breakfast; if the eggs are too
ripe it is not known outside
the kitchen because your cook
will learn of it when he breaks
the shell, and before the egg is
cooked. It is not a pleasant
occupation to break the shell of
a hot egg anyway. If it was
boiled eggs would not have
been placed in the armpits of
criminals in the day of the in
quisition. With a Premier cup
you simply unscrew the lid and
the egg Ls ready to eat, and
your linger tips have not been
scorched. We sell the cups
singly or by the dozen.
It's a little more than a
month until Christmas and you
probably haven't made the
slightest prepaiation for it. Let
us call your attention again to
our assoitment of Rookwood.
Il contains a number of useful
i pieces as well as some good
only for ornamentation. There
are no duplicates; every piece
dilTers from its neighbor either
in decoration or shape. Rook
wood compares favorably with
Crown Derby or Royal Wor
cester but h much less expen
sive. The coloring is richness
itsell and never grows tire
some. Ihe "Alameda" will bring
us other goods foi Chiistmas;
before making purchases else
wheie come and look at mil
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. Ui
A large iissorlinent
bus jiHt been re
ceived pur "I!. 1.
Uicliet" nml "(.'. I).
Bryant," ami tnoro
to 111 rive put "Transit."
Hopp &, Co.,
N"o. 74 IClng? Street
IMI'OttTKttS, WHOI.KSAl.K AND III-. TV! I. DKAI.KItb IN
Ha? ana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLLISTEB to OO
Cor. Fort and Merchant Stroetn.
Dry Goods Offering
Afi'i' tlie ruin, lawn- will l.c
peon uiul smooth in Hono
lulu. Wntcr is not nitl for tin;
I.uwii'. on my lielve, l.nt
Hh'.v aro prettier and cheaper
1 li tut any in the city.
White Dress Go ds
on a prolly wouian me neat
and pretty. I have then, in
Stripe and Check pattern
which are the inoit loolioivlic
on the NiiiiiIh.
a new drois for yonr-elf or lor
your mother, iler, daughter.
I'lea-eyour liiil.and by -how-ii.",
him how chic you look in
one of my India Linen, Dolled
Mti.-lin or Plain Xaiiinook.
Pieces and then nMonish him
hy howiiiK him how cheap
you j;ot it.
Are nil nrl'rd (lint moxt fO-lilt-
Tear, ninl tln-M' humn m'0
pic KriicrAlly wn.it kiksI Knot
Wi'iir, unil II they ilou't j;et
tli Ir iininey's worth thy
won't riimo niittlu.
Hint lit wull iiki n Juv luii'viir
to Iflu wenrr. Lwnn, Ki'iio
iikr A Mitiiikii.'h KIiohh for
Lu'lifN nml I'lilldri-n nru On
miperior ol uuy other ninnii
lor nifii nri" honnlil lor their
ilurHlillity. If a until Iiiij'h u
tli i HiNt ' liretikN !ij" in n
ifk or two hu itiin't want uu-n'ln-r
pulr from toe muiih fun
tnry, Jiiiim-iin A' .Mi'iii'iiY
iuul.1' tlie licH Urnt'x HI i oi on
from tin nbovt" mid ntlior ui'il
kiioun tlrniH (ire for mln nt our
Nut hTunr, No IfCi I'oiit 8r.
TIihuk (;iiinlb lire jimt I'pi'iiul,
ami mi (hu vry liiiditHtyl),
nml to pnefs to milt lln- liuu-.
105 Fort Street.
1 1 Mini
AlAflTTPN .Miililliuiiiircrol Kuncy
. UAUUbll, Wruimht Iron K
fur ll.innl UiN, Iti'slili'iu'rn, (luriliKii, llul
innli'i, flu Union tlri-ul, ni'Hriy opiiiixltr
Kvery variety, stylo
unil price In the
Furniture lino. The
best tind tnot vu
riod in Honolulu.
Call (in1 inspect our
Irotii sll tlii Ol. tinted
Knctorlos in tlir tlnltod
hliolilil hear iu iiiiml thut pcupli!
who have hecu in Ihe 0 iiti-' l'ur
uishiti ami 'I'liilnrii.: for u lift"
tin. me very ue.ir knewinj;
in the hlnipe of properly t.c.ilo
clniliiiiK. Mr. Sinrey, Win- for
yciiK Ihe culler fur Adams, tl.u
fin.. ui. s Situ Krun cisco Tailor.
We I. :ive ii f.esli liuu of (lnoilu
We lire ulni wnj-iip hi the (ietttM'
Furuibhini; Line, nml kcci con
Hiiinlly ou Iiiiml it full nupply of
the very luted Tien, Dichh Sl.irlH,
I'iue I'mlerwcitr, Ktc , i.lc., nml
we intend to OMilpi'le linth III
liriccnml iiiidity with uuy ximilur
bturu iu llininliilii.
VAN CAMP, JOHNSTON & STOREY,
IP.KKStn 113 Fort Rlrrut.
HV hey to mmouiiet the
return of our artist frinn the,
ulittes where he him hem
upeiidiny the jutxt year aeeh
imj useful huuwUdye
m hi ideas.
II V are lictter prepared than
i(r to Jill orders for anything
mi the line of decora! i repaint
iny ou china, glass or any
Akiit your orders early for
Dinner, Xmus or other tards
of Hawaiian yit-up.
Il'c unil' viake a spicialty
of coloring lantern slides, and
Call and stc what w hare
t.LKOTION OF OFKIOKHS.
i r tin: adjoiiknkd annual
J Mi'iilii;nf lln' Uniiin Frrn t'o , L'n,
In-lit mi I'riilio.lhf With Inst., Ihr follow
hit; Olllri'ri wen1 Hri'li'il for llm i'HMilii
, I". Miii'ltoliinc i'rrblili'iil
W. V Allen . VlfH-Frvblilmit
I". W. .Mui'firliiiii' ..Mim'Ki'r V 'I niei'r
I'. Uliiiup . Ainlltor
F. It. Vnl.t . . . Htrrelnry
l It. VI DA,
UlUvIl biic'y Union IVtil Co , Ul,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Oorner Fort 6b Hotel Sta
From Recent Direct Importations
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The Only Perfect Toothbrush.
Perfumes & Soaps !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
the holidays to get up some
thing that will make a
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
No. T'O Quean Street
in thu most pi'i'fcct duntit'ricu yet diHCOVurud.
It h iiiaiuifiiettiiod aft of ;i colcliratod formulii now
in our posCKHion. Thu liifitt'iiulrt uued are tho purest
obtuinabli' ; contains nothing delotorious to tho tooth
or gums, and its use cannot bo othunvirtu than pleas
ant and beneficial.
Many people while laudably attentive to the promr
vation of thoir teeth, d them harm by usino; a tooth
powder containing1 excessive "yrit." Daily applied
such dentifrices are calculated not only to injure the
enamel by excessive friction, but hurt the gums.
A trial of Aloha. Tooth Powdku will convince
anyone of its merits and the advantage of using a
dentifrice of the purity of which they can be certain.
It is attractively put up, and will be sure to please
you in every way.
THE HOBRON DRUG CO.
Beware of Bacteriated Water!
Drinking water should be boiled and littered.
The Oxi.v Kkliaiii.k AVatf.u Knn.it is the Slack k
Brownlnw. They are mudu ou M-ientillo prioeiples. They
are accessible iu all parts and can be readily denied.
PACIFIC llAllDWAlilS CO., VD
COUN'liU FOHT .Si MKIIGIIANT STItKETS.
OTIIINGr so correct as a New
Break. We manufacture all
kinds to order and we have
ample time between now and
very suitable present.