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HONOLULU. TBKK1TOHY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 17, 1000
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Counter Revolution On
Headed by Prince Ching
Brussels, July 9. A dispatch from
Shanghai received here says that, ac
cording to a high Chinese official, the
two legations which were still hold
ing out on July 2 were the object of
Incessant attacks. There had been
some losses among the troops guarding
' the legations, but the diplomatists
were safe, a
The dispatch also pays the loyal
troops under Prince Chlng, who Is
beading a counter revolution, had at
tacked the rebels In Peking.
Tho Governor of Shan Tung, accord
ing to the same authority. Is reported
to have declined to obey Prlne Tuan t
orders to Bclze Nankin.
Further dispatches from Shanghai
say the legations were holding out on
July 3, that the rebels had Wn repuls
ed with n loss of 2000, and that the
Boxers were discouraged. They also
report that a Chinese Journal confirm
the announcement of Prince Cblng's
counter revolution in Peking.
The 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 :
at Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 970.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 93 and 94 ol
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 04 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 91
It a Hint road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Modefoo a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
fthe Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding Indies'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
ad Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
bttween these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover.
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
nachlne will be furnished by B. Ber
fteracn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack anc
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
sed with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonoplione, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This1 Is the loudest and must natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the BerjSatrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
Must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
ew subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
. Subscriptions should be sent In as
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
lo give ACCURATELY the full name and
sddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the lln
wallan Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
v Subscription Rates: $8.00 per year,
ti.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sIzcb, all shapes. H.
i F. WICHMAN.
it it it it it itit itit itit it itit it it it it it it it it it itit
March On to Peking
Is Demanded By America
Washington, July 9. In consequence
of a telegram received by Minister Wu
this morning, stating that all the for
eign Ministers at Peking except tho
German Minister were safe on July 3,
Becretary of State Hay will attempt
to movo tho powers Into making a dash
for Peking to rescue the foreigners.
When Mr. Wu called at tho depart
ment today with this hopeful dispatch
Secretary Hay at once communicated
with the President by direct wire,
which runs from the Stato Department
to Canton, and suggested that there
might yet be time, It prompt action by
all tho powers were taken, to save Min
ister Conger and the other foreigners.
President McKlnley directed that
diplomatic action for a dash to Peking
FISH PLANTING IN HAWAII
Secretary Cooper Will Endeavor to En
list the Commission's Interest.
He Hopes lo Secure Visit From Member ot
SUIT Supposed AdnnUgts (I Furl
Harbor (or Plsclcilture.
Secretary H. E. Cooper was round
nt his desk today, Immersed In a pon
derous Pub. Doc., a Report ol the Fish
Commission of the United States. Ho
said Its contents were tereclally Inter
esting to him at this time, '.vhtu It wax
contemplated to Invite the attention ot
the Commission to Hawaiian waters.
"Here Is one very Intemtlng article
on the results of attempts to acclima
tise fish In the Pacific States. I see In
n list 'of fishes tried there our Hawa
iian nun, but I have not yet como
across particulars as to Its success.
There are 31 vnrletlts lifted, including
the lobster, oyster and clam. Th
rest are fishes and til."
"What plan do you Intend to adopt
for Introducing new fishes Into Hawa
iian waters, Mr. Cooper?"
"In the first place," the Secretary ot
the Territory, replied, "1 am trying to
interest the Commissions by tending
him n report on our own flth as to
their habits nnd chnracttrietlcs, and
the waters In which they are lound.
'Then I shall send him analyses of
the waters In different placet', data of
temperature, difference of bottoms,
food on which different 'varieties
"I shall try to secure a vltlt to theso
Islands from some member of tho staff
of the Commission. My hepe la to
gain the Importation of fish that would
do well here.
'Ie seems to me that Pcail harbor
would be very favorable to many kinds
of fish from other waters. The water
at the head of the lochs Is different
from that near the mouth. The tea life
Is different, the bottom Is different.
I do not know whether cr not the,
thark Is a foe against which we shall
have to contend."
The Florence OH.
Chas. T. Wilder, president of tho
Florenco Oil Co., writes a letter of In
formation for the many shareholders
In Honolulu. At n depth of 910 feet
the boring apparatus met with an acci
dent, but although the well had to bo
abandoned It proved the prosenco of
oil. Between COO and 900 feet the bore
went through heavy oil sands nui
considerable gas was emitted. Another
well was started and Is now down 400
feet. Mr. Wilder ohd other officers cf
the Florence are very hopeful of a
Dr. J. if. Rnymond and wife and thn
younger Misses Dowsett are In Chicago
visiting nnd expect to go to New York,
returning to Honolulu sometime next
year. The doctor has been treated by
Dr. Senn, an eminent physician and
one of tho liiBtructtors In Rush Medi
cal College. He writes to n friend say
ing the treatment has done htm a
world of good and he hopes to be well
In three months. Dr. Raymond will
put In a whtlo studying operations In
Great sale of boots and shoes nt 5
rents on tho dollar nt L. II. Kerr k
Co.'s shoe house, corner of Fort and
HONOLULU 1 SCHOOL
DAY AND NIGHT CLASSES
Room n-it, yd Floor J a a.m. 4 P.
Housti I t:o vy r h
bo taken, and Mr. Hay has sent Wu's
dispatch to all the foreign govern
ments, through tholr representatives In
It appears likely that If the powers
will unite In a march to Peking a start
can he made within a few days. Ja
panese troops will begin landing In
China In a couple, of days from now.
and she already has quite a largo force
In tho country. Russia's forces am
also quite extensive, nnd some add!
tlonal German and English soldier')
may be expected most any day In the
near future. It appears to tho Wash
ington officials, therefore, as If tho
combined forces of all the countries
might get to Peking In time to save
some, If not all, the forelgneis who
are now living.
IS NOW IN CONTROL
She Bobs Up
Rumors of Suicide And
Confidence In Safety
Counter Revolution in Pavor of For
eigners Started Prospects That '
Difficulty May Be Settled by Dl- '
plomacy No Light But Dark- ,"
ness fs Not So Deep
Fighting at Tien Tsin
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
Shanghai, July 10. Nowb from official sources wna received at 10 it
o'clock last night to the effect that the Empress had on Juno 39th re- it
sumed the reins ot government and appointed Yung I,u Prime Minis- li
ter. It Is said that sho sent a dispatch to'Nanklng by courier nt tho it
rato of 100 miles per day, thanking tho Viceroys of tho Yang Tso
Klang provinces for their loyalty and recommending that they pro- it
tcct foreigners at any cost. it
it it- it it it it it it it it it it it H it itit
Legations Find Friends.
London, July 10. Chinese offlclul
sources furnish another surprise today
In announcing that tho Dowager Em
pi ess, who had been reported within
two weeks, dead, lied, poisoned and
hopelessly mad, has resumed tho reins
of power. The date given Is June :10,
tho same on which tho wholesale, macs
aero bf foreigners Is alleged to havo
Tho telegram of Sheng, tho adminis
trator ot telegraphs and railroads to
tho Chinese Minister at Washington,
Wu Ting Fang, saying tho Imperial
government Is protecting the Lega
tions appears to fit In with th edlspatch
from Shanghai of this morning, par
ticularly with reference to tho alleged
directions given by the Dowager Em
press rclatlvo to tho protection of for
eigners. At tho same time people ioii
tlnuo to nsk why, It th clegatliins nie
protected, tho Ministers arc not per
mitted to communicate with the outer
world. Shcng's expressed fear that
the food and ammunition of the lega
tions nro exhausted aro counteracted
by the news that Prlnro Chlng, IN
commander ot tho Manchu field force.
Is revlctuallng them, besides whlcn It
Is now known that In tho last resort
there arc available for food scvoijI
hundred ponies, usually Kept within
tho walls of the British Legation.
Meanwhile, according to the Japan
ese Legation here, tho Japanese by 110
means share tho general opinion that
tho advance on Peking must be. Indefi
nitely postponed. The officials assert
that tho Japanese havo no Intention
of halting nt Taku or Tien Tsin, bit
proposo to advance on Peking during
the piescnt week. Their military au
thorities express tho opinion that 20,
000 of their troops, In addition to thn
International forces, already available,
will suffice to force an entry Into thn
Emperor William despatched the
German warship Utuzard from Kiel
for China this morning, whtlo tho Got-
man cruisers Gcler and Seeadler have
been orderd to proceed to China ns
rapidly as possible from their Ameri
can nnd Australian stations, respec
tively. It has been learned by tho Associated
Press that tho Chinese Legation heie,
though apparently unable to comnniiu
rato directly with Peking Is getting
news from there Indirectly. Tho otll-
clnls of tho legation declnro tho present
trouble Is entirely tho work of Prlnea
Tuan nnd that tho government, tho
Dowagpr Empress and the Chinese
generally uro against tho Iloxers.
Tho officials also, say they havo rea
son to hopi that tho situation at Pe
king Is Improving nnd that Prince
Chlng will succeed In protecting tho
foreigners. They scouted the itorloi
of tho massucro of tho pcoplo In tho li
gations and tho poisoning of the Em
peror and Dowager Empress, oxpre.13
tho opinion that Prince Chlng and the
loyal Viceroys could bo best be assist
ed by tho promised dispatch of Inter
national reinforcements and tho prom
lso of help In the formation ot a strong
Neither official nor press despatches
warrant this conclusion, hut there are
hopeful signs In several quarters of tho
The Empress Dowager Is evidently
playing oft Prlnco Chlng against
Prlnco Tuan and throwing out an an
chor to windward. This Is a fact
which Impresses the diplomatists here.
Thoy rend with composure tho details
of despcrato lighting nt Tien Tsin and
thn rcpulso of tho Chinese nttneks upon
tho allied troops. They assert that
skirmishes In which casualties to Eu
ropean nnd Americans nro trivial ar
ot no account when there Is prnctlotl
evidence that the Chinese forces are
of Legations Returns
it it it it it it it it it
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
divided and that tho legations aro al
lowed to hold their ground.
Delated details of tho fighting at
Tien TBln nro conflicting and untrust
worthy, but there nro many signs that
tho antt-forelgu movement Is weaken
ing, that tho allied forces arc prepar
ing to mako a successful advance upon
the capital, and that tho diplomatists
In European capitals arc not wasting
their time1, but aro doing useful work
In a most practical way.
Tlcn Tsin Bombnrtlment.
( Associated Press Special.)
New York, July 10. A dispatch lo
tho Herald from Cbefoo, dated Sunday,
Refugees who havo arrived from
Tien Tsin bring the following Informa
tion: The Chinese resumed tho bombard
ment ot tho foreign quarter last Tues
day nnd non-combatants wero ordered
that day to leave. The bombardment
Is described ns tho worst yet experi
enced, but thero wero no civilian ca
unltlcs, though many marvelous es
capes nro reported. A foroo of Ilrltlr.h
nnd Russians tried to silence tho Chi
nese guns, hut retired without effect
ing their object.
Two guns from tho Terrible silenced
the Chinese guns on Thursday, hut tho
artillery duel recommenced on Eil-
Two hundred refugees, mostly wo
men and children, left Thursday .and
Friday in lighters, towed by launches
nnd reached Taku safely. Small bod
ies of Russians nnd Japanese wero nut
at short Intervals all tho way down.
To their presence was duo tho pnclllc
demeanor of tho Chinese Several
burning villages wero passed.
They aro supposed to havo been set
on flfo by Russians, who occupy a tort
midway between Tlcn Tsin and Taku,
where they have n torpedo boat. Seven
hundred Russians, nro occupying the
railway and station at Tong Yu. Ja
panese troops wero landing at Taku.
The Yorktown took twcnty-flvo Amer
ican refugee on hoard. Tho Germans
went aboard a German warship, whlln
tho llrltlsh wero transferred to tho
Halnchl and tho Hal I.oong. The
former has reached Chefoo with fifty
refugees on the way to Shanghai. Tlw
latter, with 150, Is proceeding to Naga
Tho llrltlsh cruiser Alacrity called
at Chefoo this morning from Wcl Ihu
Wcl to obtain moro guns for Tlcn Tsin
which Is weak In artillery. Tho Im
mediate object ot tho allies is to tako
tho nntlvo city nnd stop tho bombard
ment and sniping.
Outlook More Hopeful.
(Associated Press Special.)
Now York, July 10. A dispatch to
tho Tribune from London says: Whllo
thero Is no light thero Is n sense of do
parting darkness In China. Tho South
ern Viceroys, who havo tuken it line of
action of their own, understand what
Is going on both In Peking and In Eu
rope, nnd aro not In sympathy with
Prlnco Tuan and tho Iloxers.
They hao been waiting for a counter
movement ngalnst tho military usurpa
tion, and now that a reaction has set
In against massacre and revolution
they aro asserting their authority and.
sending to tho palaco Information re
specting tho armaments of tho foreign
powers and tho combined forces ot thn
civilization which Prjnco Tuan and
the ICiu press have defied,
If little trustworthy news conies out
cf Peking It docs not follow that a
good deal of truth and common 'sens!
aro not going In through tho foreign
consulates and provincial centers. For
this reason sumo of the best Informed
men In nnd out of Parliament aro now
convinced that the Legations will be
spared, and that a truce will ho ordered
from tho palaco nnd tho China question
adjusted by diplomatic means.
GOOD TIME IN KANSAS
Hawaii's Democratic Debates
torn to California.
Prince Darld lnlertiewed Were Chaperoned bj
California Delegates Say Noiolng c( Lack
of Promloeacfl Glien Hawaii.
San Francisco, July 10. The Hawa
iian delegates to tho Democratic Na
tional Convention at Kansas City
Prince David, W. H. Cornwell, John I).
Holt and John II. Wis returned from
nicy aro ni me raiune.' i.nsi nigni
the Hawaiian band serenaded them In
the rooms of Prlnco David. The Prlnco
Is highly pleased with tho treatment
it it it it it it.it it it it it Hit it it H
Call on McKlnley.
it New York, July 9. The Rcpub- it
it Mean delegates leave hero tonight it
it for Canton, O., where they will '
it call on President McKlnley. They it
it lcao San Francisco for Hono- :
it lulu by tho Rio, July 10.
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it itit .
accorded his associates and himself at
Kansas City, and Is enthusiastic over
Ilryan's nomination and what he saw
anil heard In tho great Democratic
"It wns my first experience nt n na
tional political convention," said tho
Prince Inst night, "and It Is something
I will never forget. It wns a big
gathering of able, earnest men, who
know what they were doing and Inn
ing plenty of Ideas upon which to base
their action and work. Tho loyalty
and enthusiasm shown for Mr. llryan
wns remarkable. I do not pretend to
speak upon tho Issues as vet forth In
the platform. Senator Hill Impressed
mo very favorably. Chairman Jones of
tho National Committee Is evidently
a man of resources. Messrs. Tarpey,
Magulro and White, from California,
wero a trio much sought after by tin
leading delegates from other States
in Important consultations. Every
body wns as kind nnd courteous ns
possible to us, and, of course, the Cali
fornia delegates in making us their
particular guests did an act which we
can never forget. Wo only hope fo.
an opportunity to repay In some meas
ure their great kindness."
THE NATURALIZATION LIST
Yi-sterday nnd today tho Supreme
Court admitted tho following named
persons us citizens of the United
States: V. J. Fagerroos, John W. Mai
ilonnld, Samuel Johnson, II. 11. Ren
ton. C. V. O. Rowald, F. Wlttrock.
Demetrius Genrgo Cnmnrinos, Lndwnj
lllllebrnnd, II. L. Evans, Arthur
Coyne, Edmund C. Shorey, Chart's
David, Peter Rudolf, Nelson and Chaj.
II. Thurston 14.
Six petitions for naturalization wetc
pending when tho Supreme Court nd
Journed Its special term sine die this
forenoon, viz.: John Bush, Thomas Ho
nan, S. J. Harris, Thomas J. King,
Charles Oss and Antonio C. do Souzn.
Theso will havo to wait until the Sep
NARROW E8CAPE FOR YARICK.
Yarlck, a man who has done odd Jobs
ubout town for spmo time past, Is for-
tuimto that his body Is not In nn un
dertaker's shop. It wns simply blind
luck that saved hi in from being dashed
tu pieces at about 1:15 this afternoon.
Ynrlek wns In 0110 nf tho clug sta
bles phaetons ncur Alnpal street on
King when tho liquor which ho hud
been Imbibing during th cmorulng got
In Its work. Yurlck went to sleep nnd
tho horse, becoming frightened and
having no ono to guldo It, ran down
King street toward town at a galop.
Outsldo Kawalahao church. Patrol
man Kelly gavo chase and continued as
far as Alakcu street. Ho would havu
caught tho horse had not the animal
suddenly turned up Alakea and mnilo
straight for tho steam roller. Instead
of clashing with this, th ehorso stop
ped, swerved toward th esldewalk and
cramped tho buggy between tho tele,
phono post and tho fence, smashing
shafts, wheels and other parts. Men
wero soon nt the animal's head.
It was not long before Yarlck crawl
ed out of tho bac kot tho phaeton with
out n scratch and asked In a daznd
way: "What's tho matter?" He had
been asleep to tho time of tho collu
sion. "Cubby" llrown Murrled.
Cards havo been received by today's
mall nnnounclng tho marrlago of
Charles Augustus llrown and Mr.
Gertrude I.awrenco Adams In New
York city on Juno 27, 1900.
A completo new stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D. Kerr's,
Oregon Off Rocks
And Towed to Dry Dock
New York, July 9. A special to
tho Herald from Washington says:
Unless International complication
should nrlse. Secretary Long will not
order the battleship Oregon to pro
ceed to Taku $when her repairs have
been completed. Upon arrival at Ku
re, to which 'point he Is taking tho
vessel for docking. Captain O. F. 1".
Wilde, commanding, will order u
Hoard ot Surrey to determine what re
pairs aro neecMary.
It may txttrtat Naal Constructor
jlobson, wh is undergoing treatment
at Yokohama will, If well enough, go
to Kure, to supervise the repairs. It
Is understood that tho Oregon will be
retained in Japanese waters and will
be available for service In China,
should th elntcnrnatlonal situation re
quire her presence. Tho authorities
do not propose, however, ngaln to risk
this valuable ship by sending her Into
the gulf of Po Chi LI without need for
BOERS RtrriKC ON IMCK8BURG.
(Associated Press Special.)
Scnoknl, Orange River Colony, July
9, Monday. An extended reconnais
sance today resulted In the illscotcrv
that the Doers had evacuated all their
positions nround Senekal. Numbers
appear to hac gone toward Flcksburg
and the remainder In th edlrectlou ot
Dcthlehcm. The llrltlsh commando! s
express the opinion that tho retirement
ot tho Doers foreshadows n speedy end
ot tho war In this section of tho coun
try. Nelll'H LnKt Appcnrnnce.
The last performance but one to bo
given hero by tho Nelll company will
bo the presentation of "Jim the Pen
man" this ovcnlng at the Hawaiian
Opera House. The drama Is one of
the most successful that has ever been
upon the American boards nnd will
doubtless bo presented for Its full
worth this evening. Mr. Nelll will ap
pear us Redwood, the detective.'
The farewell performance will tt.ko
place Thursday evening when "Mr.
Uarnes of New York" will he the play.
Tho sale of scats has been very large.
More UrltlHli Troop.
New York, July 7. A cable to tho
Sun from London says: It Is under
stood that the War Office Is preparing
to dispatch nearly I0.0CO men to China.
These nto to bo drawn from India,
South Africa and England, chiefly tho
latter. The Government has been pur
chasing arms and ammunition for
some time nnd recently ordered 2,
000,000 pounds ot rlllc ammunition.
Sniped Ninety GoatH.
A party of flvo young NImrods went
up to Harry von Holt's place, at tho
head of Nannkull gulch, and popped
over ninety goats. The huntsmen wero
Henry Damon.Charles Judd, Fred Alex
ander, Gerrlt Judd nnd Albert Wate.'-
German 8qundron 8alla.
Klol, July 9. The German East
Asiatic squadron sailed this morning
for China. Emperor William and
Prlnco Henry of Prussia witnessed
tho departure of tho warships.
FOURTH OF JULY.
A great number of Hawaiian and
American flags can bo gotten In Iwnka
nil's store, Hotel street.
We woulJ remind you that we have just
received another line of :
(very stylish) OX FORDS
BLACK VICI KID,
Medium weight sole, tip perforated and
ruiKfj. Any toe you want.
A Swell Shoe for Swell People
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