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THE BVIiNINO HUULUTINi HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, JULY o, ttjoo.
p,kO, Atkinson ami A. V. Judd, Jr.)
ATKINSON & JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
Me over Malum & Co.'s Dank, cor. i
Hemasaianu nail Merchant Streets.
GEO. A. DAVIS CEO. D. DEAR ,
DAVIS & GEAR
Vttorneys and Counsellors at Law
Rooms 202, 20), joj, JuJJ IIullJIpE,
:or. Fort and Merchant StHonolulu
CflABLES F. PETERSON
:Lttornov at Iaw and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney anil Counsellor nt
See: In the Occidental Hotel,
mtr of King and Alakea BtrecU,
. o, Acki. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
. Attorneys and Counselors
Me No. 10 Weat King Street
H. A. MOTT-SMITH,
HAS MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FOIIT STREET.
W. AUSTIN WHITING has resumed
the Kcneral practice of law and taken the
law offices of Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
comer Bethel and King streets, Honolulu.
. O. Box 7. lwfrml
Strgeons, FHyslclans and Dentists.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
6 Emma Street
f 0-1 1A.M.)
A 2- 4 P.M. f
1 7-0 P.M. J
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence: King St.,
near Alapal. : : : : : : r : : : :
tOrrici Houss: i to u a, m.
i to 1 1'. M.
7 10 8 I'. M.
Sundays 9 30 10 11:30 a. n.
TELEPHONE loll, WHITE. iJl
Dr. W. J. Galbraith.
Met and Residence: Berctanla and
OBce Hours: 9 to 10 n. m.; 2 to I
a. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
JR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
MMTANIA STREET, (opposite the
Valapaone 110. P. 0. Box SOI.
OBe hours, 8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3
a, sa.; 7 to 8 p. m. Sundays, 8 toll a.m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR
Jtautel treat, between Emma and Fort.
ears: I to 10 a, m., 2 to 4 p. an.
I til i. p.; Sundays, 9 to 10 a. m.
DR. E. L. HUTCHINSON,
Will have his office In the Hotel Del mo
rileo Building, Room to, for two months,
or until his office Is ready for occupancy In
the new Boston Building. i88o-iw
DR. K. I. MOORE,
Office: 222 Hotel Street.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A. C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
bore Building, Fort Street
to 4. Telephone 431.
assorted by Voluntary Contributions.
fill TREATMENT to the Poor ot
Tor information as to cards ot ad
la-ton and to the service, etc, etc.,
Third Floor, Progresa Block.
atjsterlptlons nay be left with J. F.
aekfaM. L. 0. Abies or Dr. Bloggeit.
ERFECT TiiLEFMONU 2000.
HINTING i Prepared to till or.
BODUCED T ders until A p. m
BOMPTLY Saturdays. . . .
Tat MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ot Fort Street.
F W. THRUM '
OOM NO. 10, SPRECKELS BLOCB
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Beer and VTtne Dealers.
iMrontRiis, and Whol-hsal-s
Wiue aa Liuor Dealers i
Ae.eale tor Ih. Bottled Ralnltr Pl.t ol taenia
NO. Ill NlWANtf HTHKKT
F.eter DIKk, Honolulu, Hawaiian Iiud
P. O. IIoi,)t. Mutual T.Lehon. 4.
3QNSALVES & CO , Ltd
WHOLESALE GKOCEUB AN
235 Queen ntreot. Honolulu "
Consolidated Soda Water Co., L'r
:ornir Alltn It Fort Sts., Honolulu
HOLLI8TER A CO.,
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town.
John Dewar, Kellock's AA,
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
Chinese and Japanese Finns.
Domestic Servants, Sailors and General
Office Hours: o a. m. to 3 p. m
P: O. Box 862.
Boom 1, Spreokels Block
Done in Crayon or Oil.
Pictures Framed In any style.
Framed Pictures for sale.
New Mouldlnes for Frames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yards.
Watchmaker and Jowellor
GOLD AND SILVER PLATING.
213K King street.
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA. niK,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
Temrorery Offlc: Hooa, ? usatatre Soreckele build
log T.l. $4U
"Wong Sai Kee
MERCHANT - TAILOR
A Pibfect Fit Guarantied
124 King Street, Opposite John Nott's
HONOLULU, H. I.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Specially
Y. MAN SING
Has Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's,
Dresses Made To Order.
A Fins Aiiostmikt ofAmmican, EnauiH add
Scotch CLoth on Hand
No. )to Nuuanu etreet, Honolulu. Hl.
Good work and 8retc1ase fll guarantaed.
Clolht, Clean! and Repolred
,,CONIS AlAKIA AND KlNQ STSSSTS..
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for special order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. 361
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIRST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otST Meals at all hours Sao
Ah Chuck Proprietor
The Evening Bulletin, 76 -tent per
Chinese Reformers Will
Not Take the Field
The JniHin Time rIcs Hip follnwlim
10 lew of tho attitude of ihe I'liln-'o
rpformcra In the prrscnt rmhroRllo.
I'rcmi the moment the Kill elinracW
nml mngiiltinln uf tin' prriiviit rmlmtl'in
In North China bwiu to lie Migucly
npiirwluted, Uiokp nci)inlntcil with t'i"
recent imlltlcal history of China lM-g.ui
to nlixlmialy contemplate the possibili
ty of the opportunity being taken ml
vnutnge of by thu hot headed rcfonm rs
In tho South, who. It has been under
stood, despite the cruel check Inflicted
upon their activity by tho reactionary
coup d'etat of 1M&, have steadily In
creased both In numbers and In in
fluence. In fact their acthlty If we
can credit some reports peislstently
circulated In Hongkong anil Shanghai
seems to have even taken the practi
cal form of smuggling In arms nml am
munition in considerable quantities.
Wo arc Inclined to doubt the cornet-
ncBS of these reports, ns wo pointed out
Home months ago. He this us It tiny,
there can be little doubt that the acti
vity of tho reform party has been
much In evidence In the southern parts
of China during tho past year or so.
The well known leader Kang Ymvel has
been In constant and secret communi
cation with his friends nt home, wlilln
tho latter huvo certainly not been rc-
I miss In disseminating the Ideas of re
form nmong their countrymen, t'nder
these circumstances, It was but nii'ii.
rnl to fe.ir that thos, nledged to the In
troduction ot .1 new order of things
might sclie the present unique oppor
tunity for making some rash attempts
for thu consummation of their object.
Hut fortunately for Chlrfn and no less
fortunately for the reformers them-
sehes, they have thus far done noth
ing to warrant fears such ns those In
Whether this Is the result of wise
counsel or practical Incapacity on their
part, It Is dinicult to ray; but lnt
ever may be thc.true cause, their atti
tude of quietude Is one of the few satis
factory features of the present situa
tion in China. Sympathizing ns we
have always done with the alms and
moth os of these reformers we huvo
ncxertheless contemplated, and etlll
contemplate the possibility of such at
tempts on their part nt this Juncture
with anxiety and even dismay, for In
the present condition of their prepa'-i-tlons
It is easy to see that such at
tempts would hnve little chance of suc
cess but would only end in making the
confusion worse confounded to the last
ing Injury of their country's most villi
interests. The most patriotic and
practical course for them to pursue nt
tho present Juncture will be to desist
from preclpltnte action of an extreme
nnturo and endeavor, so far as It Pes
In their power, to support und
strengthen that combination of the
more enlightened section of the Chl
neso nnd Manchu statesmen which, as
wo recently pointed out In these col
umns, appears to be steadily assuming
n definite form In opposition to the
fanatical reactionaries now dominant
In the North.
According to the last statement from
tho Nippon's Sl1nngh.1l correspondent,
who appears to be In touch with what
Is going on In reform circles, It seems
that tho advisability of giving support
to tho Chlno-Mnnchu combination In
question has not altogether been lost
sight of by the lenders of the reform
movement. They are, however, said to
believe that the hope for the success of
such combinations has been rendered
extremely slender by the recent turn
of events in Peking. In view of the re
pented rumors of the death of tho Em
peror und other important personages
opposed to the ruling faction In the
capital, tho reform lenders hellevo thit
tho Inevitable result of the present tra
gedy will bo the dlRappeaiancc from
lift, or nt ull events fion the political
stngo of both the contending Manchu
parties In thu North.
Firmly com Inced of this view of the
situation fcome of tho leading reform
ers nro said to have recently npproni li
ed In succession the Vlcerojs nt Wu
chang und Nnnklng, with the object of
Inducing them to break nwny from the
North nnd set about establishing n
separate government In thu South.
Their proposal, us may linvo been ex
pected, wns firmly rejected by Chung
Chltung, who Is said to have declared
that his "official responsibility would
not permit him to do anything beyond
his plain duty of protecting tho people,
both native and foreign, under him nnd
maintaining order In his provinces."
No less Urn was tho attitude of Liu
Kun-yl whoso loyalty to tho Manchu
dynnsty would not allow him to for
sake it so long as It was In existence.
Finding It thus useless to place nny
rcllanco upon cither of theso Viceroys
for the Initiation of nny decided move
ment of the kind, soma of the reform
lenders aro reported to be discussing
tho possibility of making an appeal to
tho peoplo In general and organizing .1
sort of popular congress. With n viow
to this end, they are now taking steps
to hold at Shanghai prellmln.uy meet
Ings pf n number of prominent men in
fnvor of reform. Including ex-Governor
Chan of Hunan, ex-Governor Tung of
Tormosa, nnd other notables. Their
Idea wo nre told Is not, however, to
tako up nny attitude of hostility to tho
great Viceroys and Governors In tho
South, but on tho contrary to move In
such a manner as will ultimately and In
ripenesB of time secure the adhesion of
the latter and even their acceptance of
the leadership of the movement. The
reform leaders are firmly convinced
tlint these Vlceroja nml (loxcrimra will I
not hesitate to take n decided slep of
the kind as soon us they wnko up to
the. hopelessness of cooperating with
their Mnntiiii colleagues In the North.
Such, we nre told, Is the Idea at pres
ent In the mind of tho reform lenders,
We must confess that we cannot enter
tain any rosy hope of the success ot
such a scheme, at all events for Hie
present. It Is, however, worth while to
note what Is passing among these re
formers, who after nil constltuto the
most Important section of tho coming
generation in China.
IN HONOR OF i1R8. IMHKtlR.
Walluku, July 28. A very enJoyal.ll
pol supper and dance was given by
Geo. II. Cummlngs In honor ot Mrs.
Samuel l'nrkcr nnd party at the homo
of Miss Dorcas Richardson nt Wnlkn-
pie. The luau was spread on tho spa
cious lanal and about twenty couples
sat down to tho first' table.
After the luau the lanal was cleared
for n dance, music being furnished by
tho Wnlhcc Glee Club. Some of the
young Indies whlled nwny the evening
In tho dining hall listening to piano
music by .Mrs. T. 11. Lyons nnd alio
witnessing the fantastic steps of a
Cakewalk dance by the Misses Sluir
ratt of Honolulu. The party broke up
n little after midnight. Mrs. Sam
Parked nnd party returned to her
home In Wnlmca, Hawaii,
steamer Klnau last Tuesday.
by the 1
New York, July 18. The Journal's
London cable says: The Invasion of
Russin by Chinese is In Itself equiva
lent to n declaration of war agnlnet
Russin, which, construing It ns such,
has handed the Chinese Envoy at St.
Petersburg Ills passports today and re
quested him to leave the country,
along with the members of his mis
sion. The Importance of this Chinese
declaration of war against Russia mid
of this bold Invasion of Russian terri
tory lies in the fact that, as the matter
now stands, it virtually releases the
Czar from his obligations to the for
eign powers to net In concert with
I hem In China.
Washington, July 18. Mr. Tnmyc,
the Corcnn Chnrgc d'AfTulrcs. said to
day In regard to United States Minis
ter Allen's despatch to the Stato De
partment ns to tho gathering of the
Uoxcrs and Chinese soldiers In forcu
near the northern boundaries ot Cor-'a,
that he did not anticipate nn extension
of the Iloxcr revolt In Corca.
cicely furnished rooms nt the Pop
ular House, 154 Fort street, from $1.00
per week up.
BOARDING AND LIVERY
Rigs stmt to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
TEL. BLACK 141.
,.RINQ TJP THE..
Livery, Boarding and
Sales Stables, : : :
618 FORT STREFI
Stable 'Phone, 477
Uack Stand 'Phones, 310 and 71.
C. H BELUNA.
A GOOD THING
4--U -- O
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine Firewood
Oat and Bpllt (ready for the Biota),
STOVE, STEAM & BLACKSMITH COAL
WHITE AMD BLAOX BAND
Lowest Prices, delivered to any pan
I Qnun Htraet,
Pacific Transfer Co.
ir King St., neat lo Balley'l Cyclery.
Express Wagons, Drays,
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts : : : : :
Always on Hand.
Tlunki, rurnlture and Salei Carefully Handled.
TEIE I'HONE ) Mjr
Hack Stand No. 82.
Say) do yon know when I caa gel .
good carriage? Burel At Us Haws,
Uan Hotel Carriage Co., corner Hot'
and Richards streets. TeL IS. Nota
ing but flrat class carriage aa u
The Evening Bulletin, 7G cents per
h , iiUim.it ti -a.ii f'imm. rtatfWtosqr
I InCOt'OMtlO Untltt tHl Ia J
or tm Hawaii Rirvtucl
OKKICK1LS AND UIItKLTORSi
Char. M. Cookk, President.
1. 0. Jokes, Vlce-Preldellt
(J. II. Cookk. Cashier.
F. C. Atiikrto, AMlsUtit Cashlei
Henry Waterhouso, .
F. W. Macfarlsne,
E. 1). Tenney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, anil wlL
carefully and promptly attend to al
business connected wiin usnaing on
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Forelgi
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received
and Interest allowed In accordance will
rules and conditions printed In Pa 1
books, copies of which may be had nt ,1
Real Estate and lnsnrance,
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR .
New England Mutual Life In
surance CO. OF BObrON.
tna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention glreo to purcbae. and sale of
Hawaiian Sugar 5tock.
Loaoi Negotiated. Eaetera aad forelgi Stock,
408 California St.,
San Franclaco, Cat.
Stock and Bond Broker
Memoer ol Hawaiian Stock Eichanga.
Melnerny Block, Fort Street.
OHAS. J. PALK,
STOCK AMD BOND BROKER
Member Honolulu Stock Exchange.
Room 301, Judd Building.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock and Bond Brokei
Maaieer ol the Honolulu Slock Eacbaaga.
Ofnce Queen street, opposite Unloi
Teletboee: joo P.O. Boe it!
To nny part ot the city
Oahu Ice and
HOFFMAN & MARKHAM.
Tel., 3151 Blue.
P. O. Box Goo.
SSTlce will be delivered by courteous
drivers to any part of premises desired.
Corner Alakea and HalekauwIlaSts.,
Has a large assortment of
Chandeliers and Elec
Constantly on Hand,
Estimates given for house wiring
and electrical plants.
Marine Wiring a specialty.
Oceanic Gas and
Electric Co., Ltd.
: We will be pleased to fur
nish estimates for complete Electric
Lighting Plants and for long dis
tance transmission of Electric Power.
Office: 46 Merohant St.
' San rrancUto Agenl$7ur. Nkyada
National Rank or San Franoisoo.
I Ban Francisco The Nevada National
Rank of Hall Francisco.
union nana or Imoon,
American. Exchange No
CnioAoo Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnala.
Bkrun Dresdner Bank.
UOMKONO AND YOKOHAMA Honk, ng c
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nxw Zkaland and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouvb Bank a
British North Atnerluia.
Trtuict 1 eeienl BuUii u. Eicluie Bun
DepoliU Kecslved. Loan! made on Ap-
B roved Security. Commercial and Traveler a
redlte Iaintd. BUli of Exchange boagkft
OomemoM rapMiTLT AccouRtap oa.
The First American Bank
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Laws ot tk
Republic ot Hawaii.
1 Subscribed Capital,
1 Paid Up Capital
I OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS.
1 Cecil Brown , President,
, M. P. Robinson Vice-President
W. O. Cooper Caihlaa
E. M. Boyd Secretary,-.
1 Directors Cecil Brown, Mark. 'Pi.
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. CL
Cooper and H. H. Von Holt.
I DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anglo-Callfor-nla
Chicago The Merchanta Loan anC
New York J. ft W. Bellgman Cora
pany. London The Anglo-Callforni
Paris Socletle Qenerale.
Hamburg M. H. Warburg Josa
Hongkong and Yokonasaa Tka
Chartered Bank ot India, Australia
Australia The Union Bank ot Amc
Canada Bank ot Montreal
Berlin Ocrbrudcr Meyer.
Exchange bought and aold Letter
Credit Issued on all parta of tha
SIISQa ft 00.
Savings Deposits will bo
received and Interest allowed by thin
Bank at four and one-half per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and' Reg
ulations may be obtained on application,
Olllco at bank building on Mercbanl
BISHOP dc CO.
SISXaZOE5 6C Co.
Transact a General Banking
ind Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
tble in all the principal cities
)f the world.
Interest allowed after Jnlv
1,1898, on fixed deposits 3
inonms a per cent.. 6 month
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
ASSETS, DEO. 31, 1881, 1112,177.1
Money loaned on approved security.
A SavingsBank tor monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly Install.
Twentieth Serl . of Stock Is now
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Preal.
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Freoldent; O. B,
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary.
DIRECTORS T. F. Lansing, 8. B.
Rose, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henri
Smith, J, L. McLean, J. D. Holt, 0. B
Oray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OEAR,
Chamber ot Commerce rooms.
Office Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
Tb VoaihrjinB gpecie M
Subscribed Capital .... Ten 24,000,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,000
The Bank buys and receives tor eol.
lection Bills ot Exchange, tasuea Dratta
and Letters ot Credit, and traniMt
a general banking business.
On Fleet Depoelt (or oatae. a see eeal i, a.
On Filed Deeoelt lor o BontSe, IH "
On Flied Depoelt lor I moe, 1 '
Br tne Head Oske. at Yoaobaaa, ea Clrrtetfe.
alt. a-ro es Bar day
On Fliad Depoelt (or le oatte. K pee eeal p, a.
Hew Repnlllc Bnlldlnr. llfliu SL Hoiih
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of '" .itar, Mandolin, Zlthar
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to be left care of Wall, Miebola
Oo ' Y'BromMmstoOo.,a DM