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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST i, 1900.
t.Vii!iK rvwy Dar cxfept Sunday,
tUVA King Street. Honolulu,
H. 1 , by the
jrsiznx pvblisiuno company.
. . .Cdltor
X&VVCU IJOOAS . ...
Prfc Pfflc Cof
AlCU'ST 1 WOO
tt n J til l nil dthg.ites returning from
Titlnritl rmtlmtlM h.1p 11(1 nliollclis lO
u8er for the criticism made upon Hit-1
msir.n. I.t their n.irtv ltel.llhllcalll
StrouEhout the nation cordlnll Kreet I
ffet-ullan-Amerlcniis to the.
Amcttrmi cltlrenshlp with full confi
dence that the trust In the IiIkIi chai
iiter of Hawallnn citizenship Is not
The program of the ArtvertlKer's an
IVniunUlpal cnnipnlRii Kivts lncras
Irtc evldmct Hint the nilnorltv In Ha
waii It. utidf rtnklns the herciiUan task
at ui-ttlnl American Institutions itpd
replacing them with u monarchical
x.wtetn I.) which the people can he
Jitld down and refused u voice In pub
lic administration Our esteemed con
Xtniporar Is beginning n little tatn In
Are the foreigners In Peking still I
alive is Mill the Important problem of
tiiu Chinese situation I'pon the ant-1
r depends the fate of China an a na
tional lilentltv ami the pomtllillltv of i
a general l'mopcnii war President
lIiKfnlev rend niceptnnce of the
imposition t lint the Pulled State shall ,
act am mediator hetwein Ciliin and ,
Xutope senes to iltar the atmosphere
to a certain evtent provided memliir
of the legations are lesciieil SIionlJ
it proie true that the Chinese line'
rotuplcted the slaughter nnd meicli
lope to gnln time It Is not llkeli nil)
14rr on earth will be able to with-
Hand the popular demand for reieuge
The President Is pursuing a dlgnltltd
tourse that meets with npproial nt
tome and respect abroad except for
the few nations that would make the
most of the opportunity to grab mom
tt?rritor nt nny tost.
Charge Was Led
by the Japanese
Tin Tsln, Wednesday, July n, ila
Shanghai, Tuesday, July 24. The allies
"today sustained 100 casualties In repelling
an early morning attack on the railway
jtstkna.ros the river from the foreign
settlement. A regiment of Jaranee, a
battalion of French from I'onquln and
Hongkong. Sikhs participated In the light
ing, driving the Chinese beforr them at
the point cf their bayonets, killing, It Is
tjtimated, ?oo of them.
The allies had planned general mce.
ment against the Chinese pos'tlon and
contingent of the Ninth United States
Infantry landed at midnight, prepared to
advance. The movement lias postpored,
noweier, after a part of the troops had
jlirttJ on account of the difficulties en
countered In crossing the canal. The
Chinese apparently had been Informed of
the plan and had gathered a laige force
rrslte the station. These opened with
Titles and oeld guns, and the foreigners ad
vancing were met by a severe Infantry
.ire, the Chinese creeping close to the sta
tion behind the cover of the buildings.
T've fighting began at 3 o'clock and lasted
flur hours becoming a hand-to-hand con
flict. The Japanese company, leading the
tfurge, lost all Its officers. Five Japanese
ofneers and fifteen privates and six French
men were killed and three Sikhs iere
killed and sK MounJed.
Stockholders of Olaa
rany mtt thU mornlnc
I. A. Thins-
la the chnlr.
Tliamon nnd . O Smith
jvri'rtTx'l irually on their recent visit
So the pliintntlon In company with Mr
Coodale, manager of Wnlalua planta
Tber- me 2400 acres planted. Tho
rest of the 3000-acre crop will be plant
d this month. Besides this ana there
Is about IMjO acres planted under out
jlde contracts, making a. total of 4500
cres for the Initial crop The condi
tion of the cane at all elevations Is
H'bat partleulnrlv Impressed Mi
Jmlth was the Immense ipnntltv of
ater developed for tlumliii; Thste
3i 15 000 000 gallons How lug everj J4
The meeting authorised tho Issue of
1..;0,000 bonds Proceeds of these are
not to take the place of assessments,
liut to temporarily relieve the present
Assessments jet to he called ire
niuly tufflclent to develop the plnnla
tluu The will he called us It maj ap
ptur the people are able to pay the.li,
tor the redemption of the bonds latu
II V nilllnUinm ! luard from to
day. He was making HutlsfnUoiv
jTogress with negotiations for floating
the Olaa bonds, nnd hoped to sueced
In time to return homo on August
FIRST AUTHENTIC W0RD
Washington lulv 21 1 he iiiiwhi,p I
from Minister Conger vvhlih rnmeoxr
the wires from Cnptnlii Tliomns tills
mornliiK wan the first roinniiinlintlon
of nnqmstloiinlilp nutliPlitldtv vvlilrh
linn lieen ieeeled from the Amotion
Minister nt IV kins since his w lit tip
peal for help of Jtil 12th It estuli
HsIkh ilmrlv the fnit Unit the Aiiim'-
nn Minister mid prolmlih tin- other
Irmitlontrs wire nllvi mi lul Itli,
tlioiiRli 111 sore stinlts llurefore It
eotiipli ttl nud llnnlh dlspots of the
Ilia storlts Unit wire puhllshed from
I Slniiik'linl of the miisHiuif of lime -7
It Is true that It dots not In Itself
negntlve the HiihsMiuent leports of th
ninss.ure on Jul nth. two ilnva Inter
tl nn the da of the dispatch hut 'lie
' oinelnls hen fill Hint there- Is iiltc ns
lnudi nnson to liplleve that the in-
01"1 re,ort "" ,nhv a '" ,hl' ae "f
"n "f" r("l'orl mm
shown to lime
i In en erroneous
CIIINB6E MASS MBETING.
Over 2000 Chinese were present at the
big mis meeting inChlmtownlast night,
called together to denounce the recent
a'rocltlK In China. Several prominent
Chlnee u ere present and great enthusiasm
uas shown Cliu Gem 11 as chosen chilr-
1 man and L. T. Chin, secretary. The fol
I lowing resolutions were unanimously
J adopted at the meeting and It uas decided
that they be sent to President McKlnley
1 and Chinese Minister Wu Ting Fang u Ith
1 the request that the be forwarded to LI
I Hung Chang and other high officials of
the southern provinces of China:
I Reso'ied, That ue, the Chinese citizens
and residents of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, extend our profound sympathy
for the loss of life ulilch has been inflicted
upon the cltlren ol the United States In
China by the Boxers and denounce sild
Boxers as mu-derers and outlaws. We
denounce and condemn the Boers and all
those ald'ng and sympathizing u ith them,
and ne earnestly hepe that order may be
restored 11 Ithout delay ard all those con
nected wllli these outrages may be speedi
Resolved, Tint a copy of these resolu
tions be forua-ded to His Excellency, Wu
Ting Fang, at Washington, U. C, to be
by him presen'ed to the Department of
State of the Unlttd States, and that he
lie forward a request to His Excellency,
LI Hung Chang, and other Governor Gen
erals In China to exert every eff nt to pro
tect life and property of all foreigners. In
Kviang Tong and other provinces.
That a copy of this resolution be pre
setted to Governor Sanford B. Dole of the
Territory of Hawaii.
JOSEPH GOO KIM.
L. T. CHIN,
TURK NOT GUILTY.
Turk of Turk & Lewis appeared li.
the Police Court this forenoon on t.ie
charge of assault unci batter on line
man, u sailor Turk was not only found
not guilt and discharged but Jud, e
Wilcox sounded a note of warning to
Hngman and the class whom he repie
sents. The Btory as gleaned from disinter
ested witnesses Is that Turk w.is
standing on one of the wharves on
Saturday when Kngman and another
sailor rushed up nnd began calling him
a "scab" because he hlied noii-L'nlu.i
men. Turk started to walk aw a when
the attitude of the two men became
more aggressive. The tluiatened t
throw 111 in Into the sen ami had run
up to enrr out their threat when 'lui.t
I struck out and Ingmnn went spring
ing. I Seeing his danger, Turk culled for
I Lewis who was not fat aw a I'he
I sailors then run nwu and It was not
I until talking to borne of the ' plllai t '
of the Seaman's I'nlon that a vvniriiit
for the urn st of Turk wus sworn out
Kngman showed his feeling tow.u 1
Tin k on the witness stand. He admit
ted calling the shipping mastei a
"scab" and stated that It was the
avowed Intention of the Union m'li
to sweep off the beach all tliohe eu
gaged In the work of shipping non
Judge Wlh ox nddressed himself to
the sailors In language that could no',
very well be mistaken He said this
was not San rranilseo where unlo is
exist. Ihe District Couit In Honolulu
had no strings tied to It. Acts on a
par with such as the one along the
water front Saturday would not go
DR. HUGU8 DEAD.
The steamer James Makee arrived
from Kapaa, Kauai, this morning wltli
the body of Dr. Hugus of KeatU
Dr. Hugus, aged Gl, foi six vears the
phvelclnn nt Kcalla, died Tuesdiy
morning at 3 o'clock after an Illness of
one hour. Cerebral hemorrhage was
the cause of death.
The body was brought to Honolulu
In charge of Sam Hundley nnd wat
ciemated at Maullola this forenojn
deceased having expressed a wish that
In the event of death, his bodv be dis
posed of bj cremation Mrs Hugua
was a passenger In the James Mukei
MIbb King accompanied the beieavel
1'ost Office Inspecto! II M I'llnt re
ceived letters toduv calling fin him to
be In l.os Angeles as soon as posslb'c
on Department business He will
probably leave Honolulu by the return
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the household, for the 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. H. Dimond, which are
A complete line of Sanitary Plumb'ng Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, yi to 4 inches.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
FOR SALE AS A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waial.te Ko.nl.
Ad Unexcelled Site for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGN'IFICENT VIEW !
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over Soo feet. It com
mand:, a land and s-ea view from Koko Head to the Waitlae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,300 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
Ex "Rosamond," "Alden Besse,"
"W. H. Dimond" and "Helene"
Surrles, Phaetons, Buggies, Runabouts,
Road Carts, Harness, Robes, Lamps, &c
ThomoH 8iunrc Mimic.
The lianil will pla the follow Inn t
Icctlona ut a concert In Thomas square
tills evening, btKlnnliiK at 7.30 o'clock:
Overture lollj Students Suppe
Waltz l.aura Mlllockw
Grancl Selections The Lombard- I
la) I-Iko I,ehua. Tim rlkake.
Miss J. Kelllna.
(h) i:iua no Maua. He Inlkl.
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Selection German Melodies (by
l'lnalo I.ucla Donizetti
Fantasia Visions t Won
March Whistling Iliifus Mills
The Star Spangled Banner.
Chuifcc ot NnfiiiHiiM.
Washington, July 23. Adjutant
General Coihln received n cable dis
patch from General Chaffee, announc
ing his arrival on the transport Grant
at Nagasaki. He cables nil well
Notice Is hereby Riven to parties, their
attorneys and all others concerned that the
JURY WAIVED ca'endar will be called
and the cases thereon disposed of before
any civil jury cases are heard, at the en
wiinj; AuRiKt A. D. 1900 term of the Cir
cuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit.
Uy the Court:
Honolulu, Oahu, July 23, A. D. tooo.
now opened up
Kinti ami Bethel st$-
SCHUMANN'S CARRIAGE &
Between Fort and Alakea Streets.
ARE YOU DEAF??
Y.rttj kind of ilrafiieMN d4 dldlrull bear
1 11 IT c hii tin rurrtt by our new Inrentluni uly
tin t huTlnK teen lnrn deaf ire Incurable Ue
In tlieHrreattftl onrr. Peud pirttcularf about
yuur caie tonuttnilf and advice frer, h Terr
ue can cure ulmelf at bit own tiume at Ttrj
DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC,
fibCUualleAeDuc, CHICAdO, ILL, U. H.A.
Fine Job Printing at
Pacific Cycle Co
HORSE, CATTLE, SHEEP AND
Sure Prevention .
C. W. MACFARLANE, ot
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO., 1
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 i
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
furnish electric power for lighting, heating and other purpose!,
to our home builders at most reasonable rates.
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.
"H" H",H,"W" W1
For further information,
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
I For sale ...
Corner Hotel and
YOU WILL NEED
FOR YOUR OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will helpyw to do It
TUB BEST IS CHEAPEST
thtrifjre our bli (t ! th 1owt
bcauj there- ir m better gooit mile than thoie
; Winn yoa are fixing up the oli store or
planning i niw me conuU ue regarilng how to
4a It In tyl4
j BUt Slgni and Display Fixtures we are
prepare! ti figure with you on any kind ot Interior
finish or furniture fa tfte wv t office or stori fixtures
partition shelving, eu., tnhariwoois ofallklnls
Plans mi designs tor the asking ot
Lowers & Cooke,
BeDrj Waterhouse a Co
prices, terms, etc., apply a
.... .. . i
JNAIIVb HATS, MATS,
I FANS, CALABASHES
the . , .
AND OURS Is the Noblest Roman of
them all. We have mastered the serge
suit situation bv sheer force of merit, and
there Is none now so stupid as to dispute
our leadership, Our J15 suits are the f 20
suits In every other tore. And every
other merchant knows that Is so. Why
shouldn't you know It, too, when the
know ledge is vv orth I5 to you? We guar
antee every suit Guarantee them to hold
color, snape anj smoothness, we repre
sent them to be absolutely flawless. If
they prove otherwise, come and get an
other suit. No other house dare make
ucli a guarantee, but we know whereof
AN EARNING OF 20 PER CENT.
Is declared to purchasers of bovs' and
children's vests and sailor suits. Come
and get your choice out of the largest
stOvK in tow n.
TWO STORES, TWO STOCKS,
P. O. Box 558.
9O and C76.
9 and it Hotel street and corner of Fort
and Hotel street.
HAS REMOVED TO MAGOON
Merchant St., corner Alakea.