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TUB EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. I., THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1900,
published Hvcry Hay except Humlay.
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
II I liy the
BULLETIN Pl'ltLISIIINCl COMPANY
It FiHIUNOTON .lMltor
DAN'IIM. I.01IAN . .. City lMlto-
Vtr moti..i, nnywhere In II. I t 75
"er yonr, In II. 1 8.00
"'r yen , jiostpnUt. U. S Cannda
or Mexico 10.00
7r yenr. postpaid, other foreign
Faynble Invariably In advance.
Tout Olllcc llox . .
.ifi.v 2C, I'mo
He laughs bent who laughs last. T)i
failure of the Uepulillinn delegates to
nrrli will onlv make their greeting
when tiny Iln.illv do set foot on the
Territory of Hawaii more enthusiastic
and the rally a more unanimous Jolll
lUatlon. CHINA IS DOOMED.
China has at last can led her br
bnilc warfaie to the point that has
liought the whole ilv II Irtil world do n
upon her with a universal demand for
lovtnge. Although mcinbilT of the
Legations nt Peking early in the Hovel
outbreak warned frienils to plena re '01
the woist, the world has not prepared
for the visitation of horrors whu.li the
weak mill halting "government" at Pe
king has bun powerless to prevent.
The nations are not at war with Chi
na bieiuisp that tonglonierntion of
ancli.nl barbarism has no longer the
htandliiK'of a nation. It has become
merely a ihaotle mass of nntl-forcien
hatied tleudlsh wolvts whlili g'.mt
over and teai lliuli from limb the Ide-i'-lug
carcass though It be In the foim of
u human being.
There is one line of action and one
alone for civilized nations to pursue
China must and will be redmed to tint
state where human life, nt least that
which lepresents the power and honor
nations In n friendly court, will bo
protected nt all hazards. If piesent
Chinese rule Is not doomed to destruc
tion, ilvlllzatlon Is n sham mil 'ie
powers of the globe have neltliei dlgitl
ty of character nor honesty of ptirpoe.
KIDS POIt PACIIMC CAIILE.
London. .Jul 1". In the House of
Commons todav the Scretar of State
for the Colonies. Mr. Chambeilaln, an
nounied that tenders for laving the P.i
illlc cable will be Invited immediately
the (lovernment cf Canada anil the va
rious lohmlal governuiints interes"!!
having aciepted the recommendations
of the tonimlttte.
Uepulillcnn Clulm .Meet.
St. Paul, Julv 15 All i In reading's
for the calling tomorrow at to o'clock of
the iuti)nal conference of Republican 1
clubj. Between 1 500 and 1800 delegates 1
will be present. The Missions w III be held
in the Auditorium. G ivernor Roosevelt ,
will arrive early tomorrow morning and Is
booked for .n Introduction at the opening
session. Colonel (ieorge Stone of Callfor"
ni.i, president of the league, will call the 1
evening session to order. Unite J States I
Senator Uivls will preside and will make
the address of w elcom: to the guest of the
evening, Governor Roosevelt of New
York. The Govern r's reply Is expected
be th future of the conv etition.
Colonel Stone says he will not accept a
re-elect on Isaac Miller Hamilton of
Chicago probably will be chosen preil
dent In his place.
More Troops Wnnteil.
Manila, July 1". "More soldleis" Is
the demand width IstomiiiK toCeneial
iMacAithui fiom eveiy ikpaitment of
the Islands. Reteut events have wurk-
ed to vlndltate Oeiieial Law ton's JinlK-
mint that lOO.UUU tioops would be
nccilid to eotnbllsh Amtrltau soier
tlBiitynvti the Philippine!). I'ntil the)
ntteniited to hold prov lutes of 2u.
U0U or oUO.Ouu liOBtlle people with a
liniment or two the Amerlinn iomi
11111111I1.IH hardly leallnil the size of
the Philippine Isluiuls.
WjirnhlpK to TiiUu.
WashliiKton, July It!. Admiral lte
mey has uibled to the liuffalo, now at
Colombo, Ceylon, to pioceed to Taku,
'lhe trip will tuke tlnie weeks. She
has on boaid about Pl flesh men to
iiiiKineiit the naval fonts now in China
The Prlnieton has sailed from Hong
kong to Amoy. She has been K"ltiK
f 1 0111 pint to port along the Chinese
toast, ilispla)liiK the Ameiliau Mag and
looking after Aiueiltan lnteitsts.
Manila. July 10 The military an
thoiltlts have ordeud the formation of
four tioops of native tuvalry. to be ie- 1
li nihil from the Maiabebes, and o'll
iciid b) Aniiiitanb. Major Ilatbon, the I
originator of the Iden of emplo)lng ihe
Mauihibe tilbismen as Ameriian
stouts, is to be lommniidir of the new
bipmdron of I'llipluo hoise.
(eth Clcnn liHCliiire.
J. Pierce, who was written uiilii oth
er papus as havlnis b-en aliened for
Immoral solliltlng, was discharged
without having tu put on any ilefeue
In lhe District Court Tliele wussliuplv
no tuse ngaliibt him.
w,m. Mckinley formally
notified of nomina! ion
President Speaks Forcefully lor
Maintaining Integrity of Na
tion Compliment to
Canton Ohio. Jul) 12 William Me
Klnley vvns tod iv ofllclnllv noillind of
his second noiniiiatlnn liv the Icepubll-1
nn part) for the highest ofllie In the
'gift of the Republic. There was "n-
thiisinsm and to sia.c, uii.t to ninn.v of,
the pointed ntterancis of both Senator
lodge nnil the l'rcsldint. heart) nml i
I cordial approval was shown. ,
Important featuies of the speech of
I notltliatlun li) Senator Lodge and the
response by I'lisldent MeKluley werej
the reft rentes to the Chinese situation
This loused a great deal of discussion I
during the conferenies following the
formal speech making, and tin- Imprest-1
sion ireatul was that these utterances
were a notification (o the world that
the I'lilteil Stntis Intended to preserve
all Its lights In China .The most lm
piesslxe parts of the President's speicji
vveie his iiference to the maintenance
of the gold standard anil tho llnanclal
piblli faith, the pieseivatlon of a
irotectlve tariff, the enl.irgment of
our market, especially the phrase
"prosperity at home and prestlye
When he asked, "Shall we go back to
the tariff of four ears ago'" there
were shouts of "No, no!" from every
pint of theaudlcnic. Anothei prolong
ed ihiei gueted Ills words lelatlve to
the mnllitenani e of our autlioi It) In tl e
While the spiech of the 1'iesldent
i loved the formal notlllc.itlon. other
spiakirs vveie called for Senator l'nlr
L'.mks of Inillana, Senator llauua
chairman of the National Commute .
Charles 12. Smith. Postmaster (leneral.
Colonel Samuel Paiker of Hawaii and
Senator Lodge wire heard Th 'se
speakiis.wlth the exception of Colonel
Parker, who was i ailed out of com
pliment to the P.ulllc Islands took oe
uislon to refer to the recent aitlon of
tin Democratic National Convention In
O.vstir ll.i). L. I. July 12. On hc
bueze swept veranda of Sagamore.
his country home, Cioreinor Roosevelt
tuilii) was ollli hilly notified of his nont-
' Illation for Vice President on tlin He-
Ipublliiin National ticket. Surrounded
b) the members of the committee on
Inotllliatlon, a little party of .Invited
i guests, Mrs. Iloosevelt and tho rst
of the Governor's family, lovernor
Iloosevelt listened to the address of -o-
tllkutloii b) Senator Wolcott of Colo-
ado. ihulriuan of the (ommlttee.
WAS BOILED ALIVE
Chicago, July U. The Record this
(Saturday) nioiulng ptluts the follow
ing pel hi I table:
"St. Pettishtirg, July U (via Paris,
July 111.) The Czar has leceived with
grtnt emotion the dreadful details of
the catastiophc ut Peking from Admir
al Alex)cff ut Port Arthur, conllunluR
the honlble details of the assassina
tion of M. de (IIcih, the Russian Minis
tei to Peking.
'Hie Admiral declares that the Hue
siau 12nvo) was drugged thiough the
sticets b) the lloxeis, insulted, bent 11
1""1 toituml. and even tlnowii In to a
Krtat kettle and boiled to death. Then
the icmalns vveie tin own to the dogs
Mine, de Cilers.Adinlial Alexyeff's nd
vli es dei hue, suffered a fate worse thar
death, and was beaten and toitmeil
with blimp sticks until life extln-t.
The liKntlon olllieis ale said to have
been toituied llendlshly until death
1 nihil their MifftilnKs, " --
.M. du (.lets and his IcKatlon olllthils
leslstul desieiately, mid his brivi
until killed many of the attacking
mob. In the midst of his toituies 'he
Knvoy is said to have heroU.illy pro
ilalmed his faith In Chilstianity, in
iiiiiraKid by the wife who so soon
hli.uid his ni.utjiilom.
CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
Kinney, llallou k MtCiaiiahan for de
lenihinth have given notlte to dear
Davis for plalutUT, of motion fm uu
alias tominlsslon to some proper p"r
son lu plate of Chus, T. Wlldei, who
has left San I'l.nulsio for 1111 ixtens'vc
tour, to take the testlmou) of Sarah A.
Merger In hei suit to set aside a ded
ngaiuat Chas. V. Booth and Charles S.
J. M. Mousariat, guaiillaii of Mar.on
Comly Dowsett. minor, petitions for
an allowance of ai counts and ills
thaige, alleging that the ward ;;ih
1 nine of age.
Juilge llumiiliie)s heard argument
this morning In the Kauialo r'ugar Co
lontiovtisy lelatlve to tho eompensi-
tlon the piomoteis took out of tlui as
sessmi uts, which ceitaln of lhe atoil;
holdiis claim should be itlmbuised to
the lompaiD's tlcasury us basing b"en
ixiesslve and Illegal.
Mi'H. Lnvvton'H (lift.
Louisville. K) Jul) Hi Mis M.irv
Uiwton, widow of the late (leneial
Law ton, today purchased $luu ninth or
books to be si nt to Mis. I.iseuiu at Ma
nila when she luaiil of Colonel l.ls
eiiin's death ill China. Mrs Law ton
was giently shocked by tne news. I
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
Goods for the household, for z plumber, for contractors,
builders and carpenters
New line of Staple Articles have been brought here by
the Australia, Geo. Curtis, Alden Besse, Irmgard, Rosamond
and W. 11. Dimond, which are now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, 'i to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co.,
Storesj Fort Ki'n& antl BetlieI sts-
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
... ISO Acres.-
Beautifully Mtu.iU'J rrmuka of the Government W.ii.ilae Ko.nl.
AD UneXCelled Site fOr
MAGNIHICLNT VlliVV !
The tract slopes jiently up to an elevation of over 800 feet. It com
mands a lain! ami sea view from koko Head to the Waiilae Mountains.
WATBR v-an be pipeJ from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. H. COOKE, Manager,
Koom 8, Mode! Block.
I Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Surries, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
For Quality I
Pacific Cycle Co.
i MAGIC I
J WAFERS i
if they fail
HOtel Or SanitariUm !
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
Will E. Fisher's
NO I ICE.
Notice Is hereby given to parties, their
attorneys and all others concerned that the
JURY WAIVED ca'endar will be called
anJ the case thereon deposed of btfore
any civil jury cases are heard, at the en
suing August A. D. 1000 term of the Cir
cuit Court of the First JuJiclil Circuit.
By the Court:
Honolulu, OjIiu, July 2), A. D. 1900.
Jno. Pottie & Sons
i,orse' cattli- s,,eep and do RMmms
"Horn Fly Dip"
Sure Prevention . .
: 1 .,.i:rt nt
C. W. MACFARLANE, ol
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.,
.... Wasonic Temple )
Good Air, Good View. Good Health.
A special invitation is extended to everybody to visit Ho
nolulu's most delightful residence site
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
Boulevard, and in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeur at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
construction, equipping and installation placed in the hands of
a competent electrical engineer to be fully completed by June
1st. Having an independent power plant we are prepared to
to our home builders at most
Our reservoirs are now completed and water mains laid so
as to supply each lot. Permits for making water connections
will be granted on application.
An inspection of the attractive homes now building, or
the names of purchasers of lots, will convince anyone that
PACIFIC HEIGHTS is the choicest and most select of all the
residence sites of Honolulu.
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
1 For sale . . .
Comer Hotel and
..YOU WILL NEED
..FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wel'nicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to Jo It
TIIH MUST IS CHIMl'liST
ttientfiirt our bll It Iayi th lowest
tec sum thcr ar no better gooi malt thin thoit
I - When yu art fixing up th oM lot or
planning a new gnt tunsjlt ut rtzarilne how to
do It In ttyle.
Htt4es Sieni ni Oltpliy fliture we art
prcparcJ to (iRure with you on an kini of Interior
flnlth or lurnlturi In timu4 of ottic or tor (ttturti
partition thelvlnt, tu , In harJ vtol of all k ni
Plant an4 d!jnt for the aklne of
Lewers & Oooke,
Henry Waterhouse k Co
(NATIVE HATS. MATS.
I hAiSb, CALABASHES
the . . .
Are You a Lover
I OF THE ... .
I POETRY OF SUMA1ER?
If s), you will like our stock of Summer
Ntckueir. Here is concord and rytlim,
L.ntlm.nt on. I nitric, I. m Tl,. K-.. ..!..(
mrm- , -n.,,,,.,,i ,, ,,.w luusiil IMC OCUUIIIUI
kllPC'1' worked Into the most delicate shades of
1 HVO , Silk, of which the like has never been
I seen before.
The attention dven to the making of
attached to it as an article of dress.
.Make your choice now and get the be
'at popular prices.
A TOUCH OP
Good Taste and
In our Men's, Boys' and Children'
Clothlni! lifts It out nt tlii- rciilv.mn.t nit
and add 2H per cent to Its value. It
might pay you to look at our lines.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS.
P. O. Box 558.
oj and 676.
9 and it Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
A" Republic in businessmen are request
ed t de. nte their places of business for
the re.eptinn of the Republican delecates
returning b the Rio de Janeiro, 'I liuisday,
Julv i, and tor the Republican rallj In
isSjtt HECEP I ION COMMITTEE.