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Illls HVHNINO tiULI.IiTlNi HONOLULU, II. I., IIMUY, JULY a;, Igoo.
COWS AND CHICKENS
Just arrived on the NUiiw E. Poster, a Vine lot of Cows and
Chickens that will be closed out at a sacrifice as we are over-1
stocked in this line.
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BMMETT MAY, Judd Building,
Manager for Hawaii.
AUCTIONEER and '
11 S3, Queen Street
IBy Mr. Hutchins
THIS SPACE RESERVED
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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Ctltitun J. llutcliliiK, genernl agnnt
(if the Pnclflc .Mutual Insiirnnco Co..
u-turncd liumo from a visit to the
Mainland In tho Itlo ilo Janeiro.
As Mr. Hutchins has been n frequent
lsltor to tho Orient, a llullctln report
er nsked him for his views upon the
ChlncHc tragedy. He said:
"The Chinese trouble Is one of the
most depolrnulo events In all history
1 was personally acquainted with all
the people In Peking.
"I only gave up hope for their lives
the day t left San Francisco. Tho Inst
despatch settled tho question with me,
which Bald that Prince Chins was try
ing to Induce Sir Kohcrt Hart to leave
In disguise, and that ho refused tho
offer unless the other whlto people were
saved also. Sir Robert has been In
charge of tho Imperial Chinese Cus
toms for .10 years.
"Minister and Mrs. Conger entertain
ed magnificently while I was there.
Miss Conger, Miss Pierce, Mr. Squires,
flrst secretary of legation, Mrs. Squires
and seven children, Mr. Ualnbrldge, the
second sccretnry, and wife 1 knew
them all well. After leaving San
Krnnclsco I read In n newspaper a let
ter from Mr. Ualnbrldge which was like
n voice from the dead.
"Or. Robert Coltman, nn American
medical missionary, and his wlfo with
six lovely children, wero a family thin
whom I never saw a more happy and
contented one In my life. Ho was 20
and she 19 when married. They raised
a family of six children. Dr. Coltman
was private physician to I.I Hung
Chang for several years.
"I knew n great many missionaries
in outside districts. They probably got
Insldo the legation for safety only to
"What finally made mo give up hope
for nil theso dear1 peoplo was tho tre
mendous stir made by the Chinese. To
'snvo their faces,' us tho expression is
in China, they would do anything to
get n favorablo word from any one of
tho embassadors to their aovernmo.it.
Then so many little Incidents happened
that yon u can hang your hat on. Tor
Instance, tho forrect descriptions of
tho situation. Tho American Legation
was right up ugalust tho city wall. No
one who knows the lay of tho land cap
fall to grasp tho situation as described
in tho telegrams. Tho American lo
cation Is so located that It would be
most untenable under attack.
"Every telegram has como out Just
as I thought would happen provided
II came out that way."
New Moon on the SGth at 3:13 n. m
MOVUMUKTS OK STEAMERS.
Steamers duo and sailing for the re
mainder of this nn.l tho whole of next
month arc as follows:
Steamers Prom Due
Australia S. V Aug. 1
Coptic S. 1' Aug. 2
Mlowera Victoria Aug 4
America Marti S. K Aug. 10
Alameda S. P. Aug. IS
City of Peking S. K. Aug. 18
Oaellc S. P. . Aug. 28
Australia S. P Aug. 29
Steamers For Due
Aorangl Victoria Aug. 1
Gaelic S. F Aug. 4
Australia S. F. Aug 7
Hongkong Mani S. F. Aug. 11
Mariposa S. F. Aug. 17
China S. F. Aug. 21
Doric S. F. Aug. 28
Warrlmoo Victoria Aug. 29
Weather Dureau, Punahou, July 27.
Tcmperaturo Morning minimum,
72; Midday maximum, 86.
Uaromcter at 9 a. m. 29.98. Steady.
Dew Point C5 F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. CI per cent.m
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
27. Weather hazy; wind fresh NE.
Ait. in tht toimmm Mill h intitUi tt
II ttntt s tint (4 inutHoni ft tmtt (
imtttttmt: fa ttnti en , t tmtt Htiki,
nJ t ttnti et mamit. Mil M ttt tttMftil Jtf
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Four Employment Agency
227 - Kln - Street,
t Nli.VT TO
: Telephone Main 58.
i oom i
WANTTD mwIiik ty tlit Jay fry a ywig lair
frum San FrancUco with lone fkrrrltncr In
firs! class dtest-rrtakinc. AJJrr l thli office
WANTLD-A llttir.lir BOY tor office anJ cen
trally useful, k nJ wages. Arply In own
hinJwflUng to I. O. Mix t.o. ijgi-wi
IMMEDIATELY. anexrirlenceJ sawmill hanJ, one
I who thoroughly uniaWstanJs runnlnj am.ul.llnz
machine anJ shaper Call at J A Hopper! .Mill,
JorlM , before H IJay, July tc ...... '"WI
WANTID--AN 8xio CAMI HA.
WANTED-FIRST CLASS llarber.
tAANTtD-WATCHESlo repair by Jeweler ofi
v yean experience. Ci.DlblZ. 4tT Nuuanu Sf
OLD PAPERS TO EXCHANGE for clean Cot
ton Ragi. Appply aj But 11 In Office, tsf'lf
WANTfcO-To tell oojo Manila Clean at jc.
each. Myrtle Cigar Store, next to Orpheum.
CXPERIENCEO StWINO CtRLS In dressmaking
- depanment. Whitney ft Marsh. ijfc6
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Uyttert urved in the shell only Try nil
fa nous Ham and fcgs; Sandwiches and Coffee. Cor
Nuuanu and Httcl streets.
DICK DALY, Proprietor.
MRS. CHAMBERS will close her dressmaking par
lora force week owing to Indisposition; will
resume business Aug. i. M9t
NOTICE TO nuiLDERS-The Union Eiprest Co
has WHITE SAND IOR SALE. i j4)lf
DUDOLPH DUNCAN stales that he la still In the
l rock and earth business although he bat sold his
Interest In the ballast business.
Office: Bethel street In H. R. Hltchccck's law
G. Schuman't. Merchant St.. between Fort and
TO LtT4 Nicely Furnished Rooms and i nicely
furnUhed i room cottage, t room with use of
piano. Apply to Mrs. w. L. Peterson, 610 Hotel St
corner Punchbowl Telephone $66. tuitf
TO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM In private faml y
mauka Thomas Square Electric Lights. Ad
dress A. B. C, P. O. Box tot. Possession at once.
FORRENT-A SUITE OF ROOMS suitable for
housekeeping, tn Vineyard St. near Nuuanu.
1 retaola St., tear
RENT A large and airy front room, 400 Be
ioia Ltcear r
COR RENT-On ProsiH
desirable home of 6 rooms, tatti. kitchen, ser-
RENT-On Proirect. corner Magailne St,
vanti' auaiferi! pooJIw pond air nlei pround.
I or further particulars apply to Gear, Lansing & Co ,
Judd Building. n8-lf
TO LET-FOR RENT J new cot'ages. corner Young
and Artlslan Sts McCully Tract. Apply 40)
Maklkl St. uBi'tt
COR RENT-SIx Ncely FURNISHED ROOMS
1 rooms soluble for light housekeeplrg Inquire
440 t'uncnrowi nrret,
HE premises of Mrs. A. Rosa, on King St., near
f a II. II. I u.llk ..I,.I. .. I ..... I . . ...
low terms. Apply to John F. Colburn. HT5tf
COR RENT Nlcetv Furnished Rooms centrally lo
I cated. Apply at 51J Berelanla st. near Punchbowl
No. 19 Merchant street,
been thinking of
Boxes of Prang's
Water Color Paints
For Hale by
Hawaiian News Co,,
Tho health of tho young King of
Spain will necessitate his leaving Ma
drid earlier thnn usual this year. Ac
companied by tho Queen Urgent, ho
will, In a few days, go to Covandonga,
Among tho sights nt tho Paris Ex
position; will, ho the 'HJjirtors of Wnr"
building, which M. do Illoch Is llttlng
up with pictures, models nnd other
means of Inciting feeding against warfare.
Apply to J. M. Monsiirit,
COTTAGE on P.uo. Roil .t rr.wnt
octuple, vy mil I. n. cirinn. npriv 10
m. a. UKiwuuvNloi K.V.
TO LET Tin rttldtnc. of John Em it Wilklkl,
I lurnl.hcd or unfurnl.h.d. Larct y.rd and
hout, tarn and alatlcf. To lt a a wbol. or In
part. For tuilher particular!, apply 10 JOHN ENA
ai 1. 1. a. n. 1.0. a omc. yucen nr.ei. 1404-n
COMPANY A BALL.
Thursday, July if.
P. M. S. S. Rio Je Janeiro, Ward, from
Sttnr Walaleale, Green, from Kauai.
Friday, July 27.
P. M. S. S. City of Peking, from China
stmt James Makee, Tullett, from Ka
paa; 2311 bags sugar.
Thursday, July 26.
It. sp. Eliza, Maresca, for the Sound, In
Am. bk. Olympic, Glbbs, for San Fran
cisco. Frldav. Julv 27.
P. . S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, for
lntna and Japan.
TO SAIL THIS AFTERNOON,
Stmr Nilhau, Thompson, for Anahota
at t p. m.
htmr Walaleale, Green, 'or Wa'mea and
Ktkalia at 4 p. m.
Schr Golden Gate, Pallia, for Kauna
kakal at 5 p. m.
A MILLION 8OLDIDR8.
New York, July 19. The Chinese nro
estimated to have under arms at the
present moment no less than 1,000,000
men, splendidly equipped with Mauser
rides, smokeless powder and qulck-flr-Ing
ordnanco and carefully trained un
der tho direction of Danish and Ger
man olllcers. This huge army Is under
tho orders of Prince Titan.
In addition to this, thcro Is tho Chi
nese fleet, reconstructed nnd reorgan
ized slnco the war with Japan and
comprising fifteen first class cruisers of
tho very latest type.
Theso tire cruising about the Yellow
Sea vlth their decks cleared for no
Inasmuch us flvo vessels of tho allied
licet, Including the llritlsh battleship
Terrible, nie cruising about In tho same
waters, rccnnnolteilng various jcneoast
towns and forts nnd virtually Inviting
tho latter to open llro upon them, news
may ho expected at any moment ot a
Nine other foielgn men-of-war nro
nt anchor off Shanghai with tho object
of assisting In tho defense of that great
city In the event of Its being attacked COR SAlE-s1000. LOT In but portion ol Kalitil
......... .... t ilia 80x140. AddIv to
uy wie tug uninese unity, wmen is now wIlliam SAVIDOe.
within one day's mnrclr of tbo nlaee. No. io Fort atiaat.
FOR SALE Lota sXIOa In Nuuanu tract f is down
fio per month. J, II. Schnack, t.i Merchant
NEW Remington Typerler Cheap. Apply at
Manufacturer! Shoe Co.. Fort atreel. y8g-wi
COR SALE-TWO brand n.wvklfli Apply S. P
1 I'etenon, rear ol Government ard, corner Ala
kea and Allen its. oppoalle I Uhmark.t. P.O. Uoa .ao
COR SALE-miis. coiner Pro.pett and HackMd
1 itreett; nice home, cood view, tmalt huue;ch.ap,
mus t leen to be aprrrclattd, Apply to Gear,
Lansing & Co . Jidd llulljlng n8i H
FOR SALE-ONE lleht iprlng dray, mule and har
nets: one heavy dray, mule and harnrti: Milt be
aold cheap. Arply to b. U. Thomas, cor. King and
Smith hts. nfc7mi
COR SALE-A JERSEY HULL o months old from
1 best strain of W. G. Irwin's Imported Jirss
also one ounjc grad. Holstcln Jersev cow In calf
by LeahlUalry Stock. Inquire of J. EMMbLUTII.
7 King street. l3S9tl
I OTS OF LOTS-Also HOUSES AND LOTS
i ror Dale, tor Kent. 1 or Leas.
to6 Merchant St.
The Ball to have been eiven bv Co. A'
Thursday, July 26, has been postponed to
ThursJay, Aug. 2.
I594t3 Capt. Co. A.
COR SALE S4300. Leas, ol a-story business
property on l-orl street t4 years to run. Ground
Kent sso per annuo. A bargain. Apply
LLIAm 3A ilji
aoo Merchant street.
I opposite L. H. Dee, Esq.
SALE-TWO COTTAGES on Yount St
Inquire ot G. E
Office of the Board of Health,
Honolulu, 11. I., July ?b, I
Tenders for printing the Biennial Report
of the Board of Health, as perspeclficatlons
to be seen at Its office will be received until
12 o'clock noon, Tuesday, July 31st, 1903.
The Board does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any bid.
Secretary Board of'Hea'th.
l The . . .
md ABtor House Restaurant
H ft Corner King and Alakea streets
If oer Meals at all hours "to
B, Ak Chuck Proprietor
CHARGED WITH VAGRANCY.
Viktor Zeinelkn, a Pole, was arrested
this morning on tho charge of vagran
cy on tho complaint of peoplo living In
tho vicinity of Kinma Square.
For several days past, Zcmelka has
been In tho habit of hanging about
Kmma square during the day and night
and of peering Into people's liousea af
It has been his habit to appear on the'
scene nt about 10 o'clock In the morn
ing, leave at about 4 in tbo afternoon
and then letttrn at 8 o'clock In the
evening to remain until the early
When questioned by Deputy Sheriff
Chllllngworth this morning, Zcmelka
stated that he worked along the
wharves every day, In his possession
was a book giving various Polish words
In English and German. The case will
come up In the Police Court tomorrow,
LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
DvJ.M. VIVAS nil
A PAIR OF SPECTACLES. The finder
will receive a liberal reward at this ofbee, lirr
I OST-Red and Yellow FEATHER LEI, between
t- depot and hshmarket. Flndet will please return
same, to this offic. and recele reward nrrtf
HOARD AND ROOMS.
THE BALMORAL, Young street, town side; superloi
board and rooms, newly furnished terms muder
ate Telephone Eor. 1466-im
I'RIiNCII AMI UI1RMAN.
ClMlnli"" til '
57?,txj, ,65.oo ninl SGo.oo.
v50.oo, $.1,500, $.,o.w, $15 00, $35,00.
ACETYENE GAS LAMPS.
Carriage, $15.00 pr.
All these things ami lots more Interesting Items, at the
Bicycle Department of :::::: :
E. 0. HALL & SON, Ltd,
-Next to Bulletin Office.
AN EDUCATED Russian pent'eman, recently ar
rived tier. vho liai been lonis In 1 rat r an J
Germany anJ knows their languages thoroughly,
wlthts ti elve private lessons Irrms, thrt lessons
rr week, It-a month. AJJress, A, (j V. Laklmela
Villa, 6iq lloil ttrett, near Hunchbowl. utCmi
GIVE OUR DELEGATES
A Blazing Reception
Decoration Bunting, Parade Torches.
Roman Candles, Sky Rockets,
Colored Fires. &c, - - At CUT PRICES.
THE I. X. L.
near Fire Station
S. W. LEDERER, Propr.
Coustaotly - On - Hand
New Shipments Every Month.
BTJRNETTE 0 DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
PROPERTY FOR SALE
:: In All Parts ol the City :s
17 acres bearing coffee, with good house,
cofiee ma.hlnery, etc., plenty of tropical
fruits. Only 3 miles from landing;
42000 net, will buy a neat modem home,
with beautiful scenic view, climate unex
celled, gooj road, no mosquitoes, electric
car line by the door.
Comer King and Bethel streets.
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CHOICE PATTERNS IN.
Guaranteed Fast Colors
. t Sam m 4 WaJ n.!J 1 4 S.Sal W.tal ,
Regular 2t;c. value, bought nt a Closing Sale in New York.
Scotch shipowners Interested In the
trans-Atlantic trado nro looking for
ward to a busy summer, Tho season
between Olasgow and New York opens
very soon, and already the rush of pas
sengers promises to break all recordB.
Pacific Import Co.
Fort8t. Progress Block