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Vol. IX. No. 15S0.
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CHINESE (JOYBRNMhNT ACTS
Institutes Crusade Against Relatives
' o Bow Y70DoS.
Families or C. Yak Htji and Leon Ylng Nan
Already Arrested Balktd Id Cue
of Wowj Leong.
LBKLAM FKuM 'PRlhCO
Horse Transport Will Remain four
or Five Days.
S ock Already Turned Out la Government Pad
docks Lieut. Rhodes Is Quatteiuiasttr
Orders at Nagasaki or Kobe.
CONGRESS MAY BE
CALLED TO DECLARE WAR
NEW YORK DOCK FIRESWEPF
Hundred of Lives acd Millions ol
Turned In Blazing Cauldron In a Twlnkltog
Kilstr WtltKltn Saved But Injured-Three
Steamers Burned to Water's Edge.
DtMAND FOR SITUATIONS
Another Circular to Answer a Flood of
Inquiries From Ootslde.
Debt on Cbannel Wbarf Expenses -Cbanuvr ot
Commerce Does Little Business at Hoclbly
Heeling-Two New Members.
Members of the Uow Wolia, Society
here nre not very happy Just now, (or
news came by the Coptic Monday that
tho Chinese Government hud begun n
crusade against their relatives In
China. What Ib to be done with those
already arrested could not be learned
but more news will undoubtnlly ar
rive by the next steamer fmns the
Orient. This arrest of relative! Is the '
Kama old Chinese method of getting it
subjects of the Hmplre absent In other
countries and charged' with crime or
(reason against the government.
Members of the family of C. Ynit
Nam, secretary of the How Wong So
ciety and l.eong Ylng Nan, bookkeeper
for Wing Wo' Chan and a pioralnt-nt
member of the reform society, were ar
rested Just previous to the departure of
Chinese police officers were K-nt ort
after the family of Wong Lcong, the
rich rlco merchant who Is president of
the How Wong Solcety, but in this In
stance, the Chinese government was
balked, for all tin relative of Wong
I-eong are In Hawaii net.
Icong Nam, at one time with the
BIng Chong Co. of this city, was ar
rested on account of the similarity be
tween his name and that of Lew, Ylng
Kan. He Immediately wro'.e to the
Sing Chong Co. here and aski d them to
Intercede for him. Fortunately, how
ever, the government found out they
had got the wring man and iet him
The members of the Bow Wong So
ciety aro trembling In their boots for
there Is no doubt whatever that there
Is An active agency against them here
nnd the names of every man who be
longs to the association Is or will ho
soon. In the possession of tho Chinese
Trie BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at llbertv,
to choose between models 00, 02 and 94 ni
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 1?
road racer, weight 20 pound. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
MoJels, should the winner of ist prize be
tod Prize, 8lnfter 8ewlnjJ Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
tjstween these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
tan. both five-drawer machines, or the
Automatic," with three drawers. Tl.l
nachlne will be furnished bv B. Bci"
Acreen. sole agent for the Hawaiian
Brd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo. St.. has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front.and Rack am,
Pinion for tocustng. 1 his camera may r
uscu wiiii ciuicr naici ui i-iuns. iik
outfit Includes I Plate Holder, Tripod, j
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents. ,
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Berjntrom
Mualc Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
aust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
(tast three months In aJvjnce.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrlp
tloit will be counted In this contest as
mtw subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide aJJItlon to the subscription lists,
I, Subscriptions should be sent In at
toon as ttcured, together with the name
ndaidreftof the person to whom the
subscription It to be credllrd,t well as of
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4. AllV lltil'HOII III lilt! Illf
rVWllJII iHllimJt Ih eligible
to try fur Uichu prizeH,
Subscription M M.w iw ymr,
11,00 lor Hirer iiionllnn'iMlylu Jvi)'
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A fiWl WIHlM" III HtlH'tilUh Hill
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The U. 8. A. T. Leelanaw, Stoirs
commander, arrived In 5ort thli morn
ing, 10V4 days from San Francisco. The
transport was not expe-tcd us It was
supposed she would ni straight to Na
gasaki, It seems 'he plans were
changed at tho Inst moment.
First Lieutenant C. I), lthodcs of tho
Ctli Cavalry Is the quart ji mutter la
charge of the transport. V'lth I.lm tie
the following: , Seconl Lieutenant W.
11. Scales, Dr. Itowan (I,. S. A. Sur
geon.) Dr.s. Gilpin and DJet tvcterl'
nnry surgeons,) one hoipttal attend
ant und 31 men of the t!th Cavilry Of
the 31 men, twenty ire fi'Jiii Lieut.
Rhodes' own troop and nil verc 111 the
San Juan light.
The Leelanaw sti'ted from San
Francisco with 243 hotsci nbuard but
six died on the tilp, lenvlng 231'. These.
have already been landed and turned
out In the government paddocks where
they will be allowed to run for four or
five days. At th'; en-1 of this time,
they will again be put aboard for
transportation to the Orient.
Eery one of the horses Is trained
and a finer set ot animals has never
set foot In Hawaii. Many ! 11 Cuba
nt the elego of fl.'n Junii hill. They
were collected from varum parts (
the States, traveled a 'houtnnd iniles
on the cars, we.o then driven two hun
dred miles to San Francisco nnd put
Immediately aboard the transport
Considering these facts. It Is 11 wonder
more did not die on th trip .
The Leelanaw will proceed from here
to Nagasaki and Kobe. At one sf these
places Lieut. Rhodes will receive his
orders, assigning him nLd his men to
China or Manila, for duty. In all
probability the former will be the
The Conemaugh sailed on the rame
days as the Leelanaw. Ilor orders were
td proceed direct to Nagasaki. The
Grant was to have a!lrl July 2 with
I the fith Cavnlry. I It uccoinmotlutlonii
, were taxed to the utmost. Sin too
was ordered to proceed dlicc. to Naga
NO ALIENS NEED APPLY
Not to antlcipit the Attorney Gen
eral, It may bo said that the Ucvltl
Statutes of tho United States teipi'.'o
that an aprllcant for preemption of,,al?(r nteratonal army than 80000
nomestenus in puiillc lands must uo llio
head of n family and 11 rltlzui of the
United' States .) o-i who tiled his
declaration of Intention to be Mich.
It was said n the strfct this alter
noon, too lat'. to bo testec by th
books, that an a'.hn cannot ntquiro
land, elthe" pihn.e or public, In i.uy
of the Terrl'ones or the District of
Nellls In Cnptuln Swift.
Again last evening nt the Hawaiian
Opera House a big audience of Hono
lulu's cultured people laid at the feet
of James ieNll and his tompuuy of fine
dramatic artists the laurel wieath for
Mr. Nelll has appeared more times as
Captain Swift than liny other char-
He Is an Ideal Swift. . Tall.
graceful, possMsin? 11 fascinat
ing personality; nature gave, him thoe
adantnges for Swift, whlih he has
coupled with his rare timpciameui to
correctly portray the liner feeling und
nobler thoughts to which num Is sub
"Captain Swift" Is In four acts and
every member of tho cast was at his or
her best. The Interpretation of I-.
Seabrook by Miss Chapman, Mr. Gard
ner by Mr. MacVlcari, Marshall by
Robert Morris was desmlng highest
praise. Th estage settings wero artis
tic and th cblB audience npprccl'it'vt.
Tomorrow evening "The Way to Win
a Woman" will be clvea for the only
time; Friday evening, "Amy Itobsart;"
Saturday nintlm-o, "A Uaehclor's Ho
nmni-e." und Baluidiv evening, "A
llunruhnn, tho poll; officer
m ukes fn-uueiit iirrmiK appear"! am
I'olliO Hllt tills fo-HlooM, ttUllt I,
Aii'lrmic uiiii Jtint) i-jmm'o. two iniv-
lis of 113 Muml Hull) men won ill,
charted for luck nt itldiinn sqillilutii
III iOll Ihu iu of tin plow! 11II0M
IIONOMJI.IJ I HCHOOI.
ni liniiii nnd 'II i
Washington, .tunc 30. On the receipt
today of tho Important news from Ad
miral Kempff and Consul Rngsdnle nt
Tien TbIh that the foreign Mlnlstirs
were on June 19th given twenty-four
hours to lene Peking, n conleretue
was called, nt which wcro present Sec
retnry Long, Secretary liny a'ld Sttic
tnry Root, representing the Navy,
Stnte and War Departments.
The matter before the conference
wus the obvious Implication from Ad
miral Kempff that the Ministers had
been handed their passports, which
was. If true, nn actual declaration of
wur by China against all of the powers
represented at Peking.
If absolute confirmation be had of the
truth of Admiral KempR's statement,
It Is stated that wnr will hi declared
against China by the nations In Inter
est, and that the United State.) will Join
In tho declaration. This Involves the
reassembling of Congress. Pending
the reassembling of Congress, however,
the President will send all troops and
munitions of wnr to China Hint may
be needed, ho having already under
taken to conduct a wnr on Chines? soil,
although not technically calling It a
war. Tim Cabinet conference decided:
First To wait for confirmation of
the statement that the Ministers had
been ordered to leavo Pcklnr beforo
expressing officially an opinion ns to
tho necessity of declaring war.
Second To notify nil the powers tlu
tho United States, under tho present
circumstances, was doing Kb full share
toward relieving the Minister, at Pe
king. It was In this connection dctld
ed not to send morn than tho 5.000 of
0,000 troops which have already been
designated for .China unless an un
foreseen, but expected, contingency de
mands the sending perhaps of another
brigade or two to China.
It was pointed out at the confeienee
that the United States Is more fully
represented In China than Austria. ami
Italy, and that Great Hrltaln Russia,
Germany nnd France from tho fart of
their land bases In or near China and
Japan being near at hand aio to be
expected to do more than the United
Stutes. Tho discussion of this pom by
the Cabinet officers was due; evidently,
to a request by the Powers as to hirv
muny troops the United States would
be willing to send to China on short
notice. It Is foreseen, of com be, that
If the Ministers were actually oidcred
out of Peking, there will be need of n
, .,. tpnttuP m.ml.cr recently t uest-
ed by the Powers.
Th eimportanre attached to the con
firmation of tho news that China or
dered the Ministers nut of Peking Is
evidenced by the fact that the Navy
Department nnd tho War Department
officials will bo nt work tomorrow, to
bo prepared for any emergency. There
Is every chanco that tomorrow will ui
marked with great events.
The Navy Department has decided to
send another force of marines to the
Asiatic station In August, and tenta
tive plans for the organization, equip
ment and transportation of this force
are under consideration at the head
quarters of the .Marine Corps. Tlili
foreo will consist of nbout eight olll-
ceis and 220 men. These, togethei nlth
tho two companies of marines in-ler that may happen."
Mapor W. P. Illdillc, which will tall) Young Mr. Denby, son of tho late
July IbI on the transport Orint. will j Minister to China, Colonel Charleti
comprise the Fourth Ilattallou of .Mu- Denby, has been reported from Sluing
rines on the Asiatic station. hnl as being safe.
Ra fa m r-a pa m r m ?a rv r-a m ra fj r n r pa r-a p ph Pa pa pu m p;i
OLAA LANDS CONSIDERED
Question of Clt'zensbip of Applicants
'- for Holding in Public Domain.
Tropcnry Building for Royal School
Various Grievances Ventilated Before
At tho suggestion 01 Mr. McCvndleM
III the Governor's Council It vii aglied
that It would ho u ym' thlliK In liuvc
I ho Turrllorlul Act printed In Jlnwj
, Nothing lo Kboul a uuillilollit
II111I drajM wero iilllllti Up Ilm Jlounii,
nllii'iwlso llllllWII us iiu lui'.i r".ul,
A fiimplitlnt iiHiir'lliig buli'OMliii
ovi rliiuiKlnii ih" fllswiiU vvpi lifer-
ml In Hid AMoriiD) linpirul
Mr Aiklnwii inM ul Hip mmfo ton'
ilHinii ul ihu IlifYM t'Uiimhmm urn)
iiuimImi in luiili uii s tjwjwriy
hulldlllK HIWlHM KM )Ul4 Ul fltict
Shanghai, Juno 30. The Shantung
province Is now up In arms, accoidlnz
to special dispatches from Shnnghnl.
nnd tho rebels are destroying the i.ils
slons. 'The foreigners aro escaping by
means of nn escort from the Governor.
Boxer placards have been posted at
Knldlng, a city n day's man h from
Shanghai, fixing Sunday as a day for
the massacre of the foreigner and the
burning of tho missions. The Consul
has detained a steamer, which will take
away tho foreigners. .
Tho city of Chin-Chow, according to
the advices received from China has
been nttneked by the llnxcrs. who aio
now looting It.. Tho missions hnvn
been destrojed, the members thinly es
caping with their lives.
According to Chinese advice the
German coal mines at Ciiow-Fu, in
Shantung, have been set on fire. The
Germans, nccordlng to the icports, arc
awaiting n cnalry escort which Is x
peeled to relieve them.
The railway between Tlcn Thin nnd
Taku Is now In working order. A telr
grnm from Chefoo, dated yesteuloy
steamer has arrived wl'h a number of
(Friday) reports that a Japimes:
ladles and children from New Chang.
which Is now defended by Ilasstar.s and
All on board the Unite I States battle
ship Oregon, which went ashore In the
Gulf of Pechlll have been cased. There
Is some chance that the vessel may bo
Fate of the legations
Still Shrouded Id Doubt
London, July I, a 63 .1. nv-Thcr
is n total cbsn-o of news from China
concerning tnj f He of tie) Ministers.
Tho London news agencies nre en
deavoring o II u, light in other Kuro.
penn capitals on tho Chinese situation.
One states that the Chinese Legation nt
Ilerlln declares that thero Is every rea
son to bellee that the Powws are will
ing to accept th') mterciiCion of LI
Hung Chang and others. A St. Peters
burg correspondent quotes tho Noostl
ns stating that Russia must play the
leading role In the suppression ot th"
icolt. that her Interests nre supreme
In Northern China, and that she must
have the ruling oke In the settlement
with the Peking Got eminent
Reports from llmirc arc to tho effict
that tho wnrshlps Vcsuvlo and Sriiiu
holl have sailed from Venice for China.
According to tho clerical ordinance
the Vatican has received from the
Catholic missions in China telegrams
stating that the attacks of the Iloxe
nro directed chiefly against the Protes
tant missionaries, who are known to
rely upon tho nrmed Intervention of
A special dispatch from Rome says
that Slgnor Crispl has been Interviewed
on the Chinese situation and that he
has mado the following statement:
"China Is neither Africa nor India.
Kurope. which has never been able to
Impose Itself upon the Immenso Chi
nese Empire, tho oldest civilisation In
the world, may yet awake the dormant
lion. If China should nrouso herself
all the resources of Kuropn would hard-
ly suffice to conquer that ruc. The
missionaries are responsible
for ul I
Boers Mill Hold
Many British Prisoners
Iindon, June 30, Tho War Ofileo
has received from 'the llrlllth Consul
General ut lourenzo Marques an offi
cial list of the Ilrltlnh prisoners of war
at Nooltdacht. It shows there aro 22
officers and S;3 men thero.
Capo Town, Juno 30, It Is under
stood hero that after dellnln.t his posi
tion on tliii reasbembllng c( Parlia
ment Urn former Premier, Mr. Bdiieln-i-r,
will resign his next In the llouo.
Muslim, Juno 30. -The Hours itlack-
eel UhiiiiiioiiIp eteihl)' lull Hern ro-
Kunsas I'lly, Jiiiiu 3'1,-Miinir l('ii
of Mllvvmihui Is kiiii)- Kijiiir
ary ijialriimn t Hm l) in'MaM imi'
uiilnii. wuil Jmihhh Ih lllrlhirilwi) ul
Tmmmw nt iwwiihiii ilwlnwih
New York, June JO. Thrco great
ocean liners tho Mnlne. llreimn nr.d
Snnlo burned to the water's edge.
Twenty-live million dollars' vorth of
Probably 3"0 lives were loi-. while
the hospitals hereabouts -ire fillet' to
overflowing with Injured, ot whom
there nro Btmo.
That Is tho nwful summary of nn un
paralleled catustropho In New York
harbor today. From a flash of fire In 11
cotton bale on Pier 3 of the North Ger
man Lloyd wharves In Hoboken grew a
conflagration that In six minutes had
enveloped the company's cntlr. system
Tho fire began nt 3: 15 p . m. At that
hour the pier was crowdetl with em
ployes. There were nt least '!"ii 'long
shoremen nt work on the piers nnd In
the holds, nnd on the ships worn fully
900 other persons. How many cf these
escaped Is problematical. Hon many
lost their lives by flro and water It
mere guesswork. Tho stcams'ilp oill
clnls say that at least eighty must be
dead, and the men ut work on the piers
and vessels say It Is tbrco times that
Whisky gprendH thcHlne
Tho cotton In which the fire was
Btnrted was piled up awaltliu shli
ment. Adjoining It was n pyramid or
whisky in barrels. A pay cleric first
saw the blaze nnd srrenmed a warning.
Almost ns If nn echo to his words the
whisky exploded, casting Jets of tire In
all directions. With Incredible raplilli
the blazing spirits flooded diwn the
piers. Igniting all In Its train. Horses
nnd trucks were abandoned In tho nr.d
haste to escape.
In every direction screamiiK mtn
nnd women scampered for their lives.
On board the ships thn uproar was tr
rlfylng. Hushing up the sides cf the
pier sheds the flames hunt their way
outward. Tho greitt stunners lay ut
tho mercy of tho fire. N'e.nl' every
port In their flanks was opened to the
onslaught of the flnmcH. The!.' lurrei
rigging, their canvas awnings wero tin
der In the path. Their npenul hatches
yawned for the burning brand-i nnd a
following explosion blew tiieso blazing
fragments Into the vcs.uls vciy depths.
Tho pltr where the Urn stalled Is
Joined to Its neighbor on the noilh by
n covered driveway. It ne'eo as a fun
nel for the tire. In a tllash the die
traversed this outlet and was seUlinr
upon the cargoes piled high therein
In n minute not more than that th"
Becond pier was doomed. .
"Save the ships," was tho cry.
iltirnlne), of the Llnertt.
Then, by a shir. In tho wind, :ho
flames were sent in tho direction of
Pier No. 1, which was to the south end
of Plci No. 2. To tho north of Pier
Nn, 1 was tho dock of the Hamburg
American line, at which the steamship
Phoenicia, a twin screw passenger
steamer ot 0,701 gross Ions, was dock
ed. The flames got 11 good hold on the
Phoenicia and sho was towed out Into
mldstrcum ablaze, nnd .va eventually
saved, though badly WHciied.
On the north was the old Thlngvall.i
Line pier, Just bought from that com
pany. On Its south side ley tlu .hlii.
of lo,."oo gross tons, a brand-new
steamship, valued at S2,f.( uOjiOf' lint",
with u inrgo of half u mllllo'i In her
hold. South of her anil dp the north of
Pier 1 was this llremen, a twin strew
steamer of 10X26 tons. On the south
side of Pier 1 was tho great express
steamship gainer Wllhclin tier Givisse,
the second largest liner In the world.
On tho north sldo of Pier No. 2 vvas tho
Saule, of 4,r,9u tons groii, and tho oth
er piers were vacant.
There are on nn average nix hutchts
In tho decks of these it 'anew. In the
hatches wero from ten to fourtien men
at work. On thn Kaiser Wllhclin were
her crew, 11 fin en iiiiuiIk'iIii'I at least
loo men. On tho llremen wero n form
of 2S0 mid on tho Hu-iln 300, On the
Maine were over 300 peuplo In addi
tion n great throng of visitors were
on every ship thn friend anil rela
tives of nlllri'is, sailer ulnwuid und
Ilm eliKlliecis' form
Tim iry of warning panned forwaid
but luiiilly liefiiiti ih' ilaint'i I Mm.' Ill
Nlflkn hold lllld eiUfllin loolll Ililli-Ii
III IIHII Winked IHU 1,1 Minus of peril
Tlio.n nn iluk m' His III" ul) Hie ud
J"ll!ll!K PUT (Hid loil(ll ill II III HUM
rurlwlty H'H linly h-nl Hiy aiu
Mill) licik k) iHtf fu'lllil Mis Hmh
Irwiilnji mum IK" Hftun Mhi
TO Kli' lb 6 Mi di
1 lltKlf nMuH btftJ (jMNd WJ'io I" 4lM hi 1
There wns 1 ba'o quorum for open
In gtbe monthly meeting of thol Chutn
ber of Commerce nt 10 15 o'clock nnd
one member came In later, tho attend
ance being: President T. It.iln Walk
er, Secretary J. Gordon Spencer, J. II.
Atherlou, F. J. Lowrey. V. A. Schi.ef
er W. W. Hall, J. P. Cooke. II. A. Iseii-
berg, J. J. Kgnn, II. A. Parmcleo nnd
Geo. It. Carter and A. A. Young
wero proposed for membeishlp and,
under suspension of the rules, electcci.
The secretary stated tfiat he was In
receipt of tunny applications by mall
for employment. Dlllcrent business
houses nlso received a great many simi
lar communlcatlono. Seme time igq
the Chamber bail Issued a circular
for rcplvlng to such Inquiries. I1.1t tho
edition had become exhausted. Ho
suggested that another circular, or a,
new edition of the old one. thould bo
The president said his liouso had re
ceived n letter from a live young man
who wns confident of his ability to con
duct Its whole business on up-to-dito
It was voted that Messrs. Athertoa
and Spencer revise the circular and
have a new edition printed.
Mr. Atherton presented a report of
tho finance committee on the Channel
quarantine wharf. It showef a baUcce
of S7fi02.32 ilue Costle i Cooke.
Mr. Lowrey osked If the Government
would not pay the item of permanent
Improvements, which wns S22 17.70.
Mr. Schaefer moved that the six
firms that made themselves liable for
expenses of the wharf call on tho Gov
ernment with the accounts and seo
what could be done In the matter.
This wns seconded.
Mr. Isenbers asked If any firm ai
sumetl tho debt could It ob'Ji'.n exclu
sive use of the wharf and ware'ioim s.
Mr Atherlou wodld like to h&ve"the.
chant o to make the offer.
The motion carried.
There was no further buslncsi.
The Channel wharf and warehouse,
were rushed In construction by tao
Government. 011 nn undertaking of the
six largest shipping houses to assumo
the expenses of conducting them, dur
ing the plagun quarantine. Dredging
operations caused delay so that, by thd
time the place wns ready for commerce.
Its necessity had nil but passed through
the ending of quarantine. .tecelpu
therefore fell sliort of meeting expen
ses to the amount above statnl.
lleni-Ht'H New Paper.
The San Francisco Examiner an
nounces that W .11. Hearst will estab
lish a new paper In Chicago to bo call
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conducted on the same lines us the
New York Journal and San Francisco
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