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HONOLULU, TKKRITOKY OK HAWAJI, SATl'UDAY. AUGl'ST I, 1000.
Pun i. r Ousts.
GERMANY THINKS THIS
WORSE THAN BOXERS
McKinley's Policy Alternately Prais
ed and Condemned Fine
Points of His Dealings
Brought to NotiM
Berlin, July 20. Th eGcrmnn for
clgn olllce, which has received no ncldl
tlonal new a from Clilnn today, points
out that the conditions for mediation
demanded by President McKlnley, pub
lished In Dcrlln this morning, plate
the United States In substantially the
same position as Germany and France.
Nevertheless the German press con
tinues to assert that the Washington
Government Is trjlng to part company
with the powers. The Krelsslnnlge
Zeltung remarks: "All the power,
with one exception, refuse to be de
ceived longer by Chinese double-dealing.
That exception Is the United
States, which formally abandoned the
concert of tho powers"
Another circumstance which his
made a bad Impression here Is the re
fusal of the British and United Stat
ndrrlrals to otc to gle Russia con
trol over the railway to Tien Tsln.
The llcrllncr Tageblatt sajs that such
refusal Is a proof of dissension nmong
the powers, and can only encour.ire
The Kruze Zeltung, which repeats
Its pessimistic views concerning 'he
harmonious action of the powers, .i
serts that the present difficulties In the
way of united advance upoii Peking
lire even greater than the military diffi
culties. The Vorwaerts contrasts President
McKinley's answer to the Chinese note
with Count von Buelow's, praising
President McKinley's as a masterpiece
"The United States President plays
upon China's s)tnpnthy, without in the
slightest degree committing himself.
While he states certain conditions
clearly and energetically, he avolls
every threat und rude rattling of the
sabre. McKlnley Is really a man of
Count von Iluelow, before going to
llremerhaven had an Interview wl'h
the Russian ambassador, and subse
quently with the United States. On the
following day, Tuesday, he contorted
with the ambassadors of Austria-Hungary,
Italy, Prance and Great Britain.
It Is understood that the Chinese Bltuv
tlon was discussed.
The National Zeltung argues strong
1 against the assumption that the
prohibition of the exportation of arms
to China would leave China without
Drill Shed Tonight
Cverj thing Is ready for the big Re
publican rally and torchlight proces
sion this evening. The marching forcqs
will assemble at 0:30 at the stations
designated In the vicinity of the Drill
Shed. The parade will move nt the
command of Grand Marshal W. II.
Iloogs In tho following oider:
Red Hie wagon.
Illcjclc coips, coinmnnd of Vlda
Thrum and Heni GIUs.
Gland Muishal W. 11. Hoogs mid
Platoon of police.
Delegates and National Commit
teemen. Battalion of Young Men's Repub
lican Drill Corps, commanded by Ma
Young Men's Republican Club, Lor
rln A. Andrews commanding.
Republicans unattached precinct
Kalihl Precinct Clubs, In busses.
Citizens In carriages.
Red Tire Wagons.
The route of the parade is as follows:
Beretanla to Frnma, Emma to Vine
jard, Vlnejard to Fort, Kort to olltel.
Hotel to Smith, Smith to Nuuanu,
Nuuanu to Merchant, Merchant to Ho
tel, Hotel to ill 111 shed.
Tho parade and rally at the drill
shed promises to be one of the blggst
affairs ever held In the city. The
tiowds will bo out early,
conespondent of the Dally Tele it
Day and Night Classes
R00Mi,ll-lf I'd Floor J A,M if. a
HOUBl-1 Tlo-eyi f. M
That's What Mr. Reed Is
Trying to Find
CONSIDERS HIS RIGHTS
HAVE BEEN TRAMPED IN
Discovered Wharf and Then Found
It Covered With Truck His
Find Evidently Has Not
Kor some weeks past there has be-on
In Honolulu Mr. W. I. Reed, a business
man from Oakland who has taken the
first Btcps toward starting an txtenslvc
lumber business there. He haj worked
quietly nnd has laid his foundations
well but he has met with what 'io
terms u "blockade." Mr. Reed has
been In the lumber business lcr thirty
three jears und has an enviable repu
tation ns a straightforward business
men. He Is a thorough American and,
feeling that his rights have been In
fringed upon, he Is Indignant
.Mr. Reeil was seen by n B.illetin re
porter at his quarters In the Aillngton
hotel this morning, when the following
story of his plllkla was told:
"Upon arriving In Hanoi ilu, I be
gan looking about for a plu e to dis
charge my lumber but found airnngc
ments hard to make. Finally, I found
that I could discharge at the lallrond
wharf but, on account of the lame
amount of shipping there, I was afiald
of the demurrage that would nlmoit
"In casting about further, I found
that, at a position near the new eltv
mill not far from the King tret
bridge, the depth of water was 25 Int
This would be sufficient for any ves
sels coming to ine.
"I saw J. A. McCundltfs, neul cf the
Public Works Department and on the
next day, he sent n note to the harbor
master. Instructing him to allow my
vessels to discharge at the place 1 Ii.nl
designated. Of course, I thought this
settled the matter.
"I went to the harbormaster und vvus
inferred to Mr. Rowell whe assured
me he would make enough room for
"Imagine my surprise when, on go
Ing to the place the next dav I loiuid I
government piles scatteied all over
the place where my lumbe-i van to
discharged. I went to the hnborm.iH-1
tei and asked him what It all meant
whereupon he promised to tt about
'Instead of this material being ie
moved. I found the net day that mure
had been added to the alre-mly con
siderable lot and that the discharging
of n vessel there hail bteen made Im
possible. Nuturall), I had a kick
"Just ut about this time the Mawce
ma, a vessel consigned to me came In
with lumber and the harbormaster
took her to the place us he hud li.c-n
Instructed. It wns Impossible to din
cliai Re nnd I asked the harbormaster
what he meant by taking the vessel
theie when I knew that to lit a fact
"Now that Is Just where the matter
stands I have been block-d wltboi
a doubt but I have been In the busi
ness too long to be dlscouiuied by a
move of that kind. I am an A merle in
citizen I have my lights and no one
cm take them fiom me I have the
government behind mo and I Intend to
see If I nm to be prevented from cm
r.vlng on a legitimate business In this
' V1 I should think that fiom $10
to $J0 a day wharfage fees added to the
public treusury for the good of the
people would be most acceptable. I
found that new landing which had
never been thought of before, J got per
mission to land my lumber there and.
test assured, I will jet see why I can
not do so."
Captain Fuller, Honolulu's truv.?d
harbormaster states that when he wis
given the order to allow Mr. Revd's
vessels to discharge at the place In
question, ho went over with the lallci
and showed him what (space there wn.
'I he Cotton I Iras, had been loaned
some of the government piles und, on
leturnlng them, had phi"ed then
where they weto found which happen
ed to be the disputed locality lie
stopped tho hauling of piles when Mr
Rred complained und went up to see
.Mi Rowell This was as far as bin
'Ihls statement of Captain Puller ex
plains his position perfectly and nb
solves li I in fi nm any blame In connec
tion with tho matter.
Great sale of boots and shoes nt 15
cents on tho dollar at I.. II. Kerr k.
Cn.'s shoo house, corner of Port am'
Ministers on Road
From Chinese Capitol
This Is Claim Now Made by Li Hung Chang--"
(e , Angry With Doubting Thomases
-Diplomats of Friendly Na
tions Said to Be
i it it it '.' it it it it it it it it it it 4 it it it it it it it i it it it it . -yt
'. London, Jul) 20 The Shanghai correspondent at the nDlly Tele-
it graph, telegraphing jestcrduv, savs:
it "I.I Hung Chang now stntes that some members of the legations
it have alread) left Peking nnd may be expected shortl) He Is becom-
it Ing angry at the skepticism of the consuls. The Impression is gain-
" Ing ground that tho Ministers of the Powers to whom China has ap-
V piled for mediation may be stl'l alive. The representatives of
iV France, Japan, Russia nnd the I'nited States have visited t.l Hung
it Chung, but the others still keep aloof. Tho Americans arc Indignant
i" over the fact that I'nited Stntes Consul Goodnow has entered into rc-
'.' latlon with Farl I.I, but Mr. Goodnow defends his action on the
it ground that he Is following the Instructions of his government"
it The Hongkong correspondent of the Dail) Fxprcss wires us follows
under todav's date "All Italian priest has Just arrived here frum
it Hen Sing I'll, Southern Milan. wliTe tho Italian bishop and thiee
i'. priests have been niassacied lifter icvoltlng torture. This took place
it on Jul) -I Six hundred converts were massacred after the women
it had been subjected to hideous brutalities. Six other priests Med to
it tho hills, where they were probably killed.
.1 "The priest who escaped made a perilous Journc). He hid In n
i: collln on hoard n river boat for 17 da)s"
it it it it :t it it i. it it it it it it it it it Hit it it " it it it it it it it it it it it .' it x
Kemft Keeps Cool
And Powder Dry
Washington, Jul) 1'fi The Navy De
partment has Just made puhlli the fid
low Ing additional chapter In Admiral
"I'nltecl States Flagship Newaik,
Taku, China, Juno 20. Sir Refer
ring to my recent action in declining
to take part In th eseizures of the Tu'ili
forts and In afterwards making com
mit neause with th eforelgn forces In
protee tlon of foreign life and property.
I would lespectfullv state that die
Chinese government Ik now pnrol7el
and the secret edicts show that It Is
In sympathy with the lloxcrs.
"Second, the fact that under the
existing circumstances the 'roups nt
the foils were given much extra drill,
toipedoes weiu provided, and, It Is
claimed, planted on the entrance of ih
Pel Ho river, was coiisldcieel menu. -
Ing, and by other senior nav il tinkers
Hiilllilent cause Io Justify them In de
manding the temporary occupation of
the forts. 'Ihls culminated in the boll;
barilment of the forts by other foreign
gunboats on the morning of the 17th
of June, which hns been described. In
this bombardment the .Monociicy win
tired upon and struck without previous
"Third, it is now necessary to Join
with the other foreign powers for
common defenses and preservation of
foielgn life and the Junior of our conn
tr. "Fourth, I lefusi'd to Join In tak
ing possession of tho Imperial Chlneto
rnllwn) station, nnd also declined tu
Join In the demand fur temporary oc
cupation of the Taku forts, for I
thought It against the policy and
wishes of our government to be !.
tannled with otlici powers In such a
step, und also because It endangered
the lives of people In the Interior In
advance of absolute necesslt), for up
to call) morning on .lime 17 the Chi
nese government had not committed
so far as I am aware, an) ait of open
hostilities toward the foreign miiic-l
"Fifth, 111 opening Hie without warn
ing an act of war was committed,
when many shots were tired ut tin
place where the .Moliocacy was moon u,
about .1000 ) arils from the forU
Those firing must have known of liei
piesence there1, as she hud been moor
ed In that position a number of clays.
"Under these circumstances, I re
garded tho situation ns one for tho pin
tec tlon of the national honor and he
preseivatlonif our people, and have
HEFUiiBEH TO PORT ARTHUR.
Yokohama,, July 2C According In
Seoul leports the Korean government
has prote steel against the presence of
the Russian refugees at WIJu, but aftrr
an auilleucci the Russian government
agieed to remove them to Port Arthur
All MIkhIoiih Itiir-ncel.
London. Jul) 2ii A dcspitch fioui
mlsslonai) sonic es elated Jul) 2i, sajs
"Rioting has broken out at Al Yuen
I'll, the capital of the province of Shan
Se Tin re aie no details Rioting linn
also en cm i ed at iliuil Lull south of
Chi I.I All the missions have lie en eln
stio)eil, oui f i lends saful) escaped tu
the count), but aie still In diiuger"
Till: WATIIRMAN WIZ.U FOUN
TAIN' I'i'N AH sixes, nil shapes. 11
Fighting in Peking
Said to Be Ended
Toklo. July 21 A message which
arilved fiom Shanghai )cstcnby
makes the following assertion.
"Yuan Shi Kul, governor of Shan
Tung, has received a letter from Pe
king, elated July 18, declaring that u
legation courier was captured by th"
Chinese on July 13, nnd that thereupon
General Hang l.u petitioned tho
throne to employ the courier us a mes
senger to communicate with the Min
isters. This jvas carried out. and u re
pi) was received that the Minister
were well ami were unanimous In fa
voring the restoration of peace.
"An utile ial of the Tsuiig 1.1 Yamen
afterwards visited the legations and lu
te rv lew c el n .Minister, unci It was sub
sequent!) dec lib d to petition the Fin
peior to suppl) the legations with fooil
and to send the in to Tien Tsln. Yo ing
l.u Is s.ild to have grout dllllciilt) In
Intervening between (tin foreign sj'-
elleis guarding the south Gioka lulclgc
and the Tongo troops on the north
side. Fighting has now ceased, how
With Loss of 50
London, July 20, Lord Roberts re
ports to the War Olllce toda) that Gen.
Archibald Hunter's command wis
heavily engaged on July 21 nnd 23 In
the hills south of llethlelii in. I'lie
lloers compelled the Ilrltlsh to retire
from their position, with about .".0
At Inst at counts General Hunter hie'
worked nrounil behind the Federals
while General Hector Mncdonald mil
Gene nil 111 tic Hamilton were In fiont.
Fuller dato of Il.ilmoritl, Jul) "",
Lord Robeits telegraphs us follows
"We mule heel hero )cslerday with
out see lug the e 111 111).
"The lloers on Jul) 21 engage.!
French and Huttoii sl mllis south of
lliliniual. While Anderson's: incnf 'c
infanti) attacked the lloers' right
Fieuih made atiiriilug movement
around their left. Seeing their retreat
tlue.itened, the lloers broke mid lie el
French and Huttoii followed and pio
posed to cross Ollphant's river todav
'Casualties were one Injured."
NO COAL FROM BRITAIN.
London, July 2fi. In connection
with tho scare created by the limni'iisi
quantities of steam coal leaving Great
llrltaln for France, admittedly for tl.c
use of the French nuv), Mr A J, Hal
four, (list Lend of tho Ticusiir), slgnl
llcnutl) pointed out In tho House toihi)
that the bill before Parliament to pi ci
hlblt the exportation of war munitions,
nppllcil to coal as well as to othci mili
ilnpnocHC lluvc Limited.
London. Jul) 21. A dcspitch receiv
ed hero toda) from Yokohama status
that the Japanese division will all be
lauded at Taku lit July S, mid will
reach 'lien 'Isin on August 3.
Mull fur the Count.
I lie CJ idle sail for Sin hrjiiciscn at 7
o'clock this evening. .Mill clotct at (
J. K,' Burkett of Koioa
Is Appointed a Nor
HONOLULU TO HAVE
FOUR NIGHT SCHOOLS
Details of Teachers for Many
Schools and Circuit Normal
Instructors Sale of
The Commissioners of Public In
struction met this morning. Present
.Superintendent A. T. Atkinson, with
Prof. W. D. Alexander, Mrs. W. W.
Hall and Mrs. F. W. Jordan.
A report of the teachers' commllt'c
wns approved, making details as fol
lows Walhee II. M. Coke and Mrs. II.
M. Coke, transferred from Makuwell.
Maknweli Mrs J. II. God fie) and
Miss Anna Danford
Kolo.1 George 11. Sturgeon nnd Mrs
Kniiiuikukali'.'.MIss Augusta llriice,
transferred fiom Knltiaahn.
Kaliiaalia.'.'MIss Julia Mahoe, trans
fer! ed from Wnlalu.i.
Walulua.e.MIss Margaret Tollefson
HauheoxI.Mss Fllcn Pennc, trnus
fericd from Onoiuea In place of Mlsi
Oncinie.i-'.'.MIsK Ihnma llcermnn.
Kululanlf.'Mlss Helen Smith, In place
of Miss Llshmati.
Honokohnui'1.MIss Anne Marie Pres
ent!, In place of J. Poal, reslgnesl.
Llhuc Miss Grace A. Farmer and
Miss llattlo llcer. In place of Miss
Thatcher and Miss Rice.
Laluilnaliina Thus Allen Smith,
llerkelcy. Oil., In ptacu of F. P. Ilose
Kallu.i. Onliu Nicholas Hoopit,
transferred from I-iupabotlioe.
Katnalo Miss Sadie Mrl-iln.
High School, Grammar gmden'..MUs
Daisy Dletz, tinnsfcrrccl fiom Knako-
Kaakopuin'.Mlss Ida Horner.
Kallhlwaen.ii'.'Mis Tngg.ird returns
after leave' of absence.
Inii.iliiii buei.'.M G. Aujo
.Mana-'.'I). I'llgge, traiisferieel from
I 111 ImIIlI t. till. fllllH tlltTllt Of lllllll lit
" iium ti' 1 1 iv iiiiii iiiiii nv iiiiiun
Honolulu In pi ice of the single one
hitherto existing were made thus:
J. I.lghtfoot, supervisor; Royal
Messrs Llston and Hilts alternating,
IMIth Dletz mid Mrs. Jos. L. ('o)ney.
Kawalahao Miss II II. la) lor. Mot
Mill A normal student )i't to be
named; Aula Flston and Hilts iiltr
uatliig. mid Mrs Mnisluill; Kalihl
wnenii Miss Arnold.
Dr. C T. Rodgers, se-crcturv, report
eel having Inspected the Aala ware
house building ami measured it. This
Is to he the temporary home of the
Ho) al seliQol. It was decided to have
the lto)al schoolhoiise sold nt ailct'un
J. K, llurkett was appointed travel
ing normal Instructor In place of T
11. Gibson, promoted to be Inspector
general Mr Uurkctt bus been teach
ing at Kolou Kauai, mine than a
scene of )cars.
Details for normal Instruction were
made as follows. Inspector General
Gibson will take- the Honolulu clieult
for thee piesent; C W. Ilaldwln the
Hawaii clirult, S. Kellluol, the Maul,
.Molokal and I .anal circuit, und Mr.
llurkett, the Oihu mid Kauai circuit.
But Stays Outside
Jt Is now n certainty that the rei
sou of the order from the home olllce
of tho C.-A S 8 Company In Loiulon
prohibiting tho Aoningl fiom enteiln?
this port, wns mused b) th- recent
Judgments against the steuliiBhip com
pany In the cases of the Hogan peo
ple. The Mlowcrn arrived off port this
morning and true to the surmises. 3hc
remained outside the thrcc-mlle llm't
She hud a large uiliubei of passengers
iibomd nnd must needs laud them hut
she would not come Inside to do so
It Is now known that the attorneys
for the Hogan people had attachment
papers lead) for both the Aorangl ind
Miowera ami that in Hie event of their
cute ring port the-) would have lee 11
"lied up" until a sullli lent bond to
cover all the suits hail been' put up
Iwiikiitul, Hotel street. Is offering n
new Hue of linen centerpieces for ta
bles, embroidered lu fane) colors.
I II FAILED
DEMOCRATS MADE OFFER
TO INDEPENDENT LEADERS
Basi3 of One-Third and Two-Thirds
Rejected -- Independents Refuse
Any Division Democrats
Are at Sea.
Democratic braves had n powwow
the other day al which the populnce
vfiis not Invlti-d The prlnlrpnl toplo
of ellscusslon was how a larger follow
ing could be secured to lnc-easo the
ranks of I loss Itr)an and placed sub
ject to his imperial sway. Thoscj
present were National Committeeman
W. It. Corn well, Prlnco David. John
Wise. C. J. McCarthy nnd i:. 11. Mc
Clanahan. After due deliberation It was de
cided to appro irh the Independent
leaders with a proposition to combine?
forces on the basis that the Demo
crats name one third the candidates
for the Legislature anil the lnelep'n
dents Im allowed the remaining two
thirds followers of llrymi offering to
vote early and often provided the flftv
cent dollar was accepted h) laborers
In the Independent ranks.
A special commissioner was sent to
the Independent leaders who made this
leply, "The Independents will accept
proposition to combine with the Demo
crats If the Democrats will put up no
ticket anil Vote the straight Inde
pendent ticket "
This naturally rooleil the ardor of
llrynnlsm and the hrnves proceeded to
hold conclave ns to what the) ought
to do The tlrst great r.illv of the pir
tv did not signify great popularlt) for
Ilr)un and cheap dollars. Consequent
ly Chairman McCnrtli) advocated that
the part) stay ntit altogether nnd voto
for the best man whether Republlenn
or Independent Mr. McClauahnn Is
said to have kicked over the traces at
this. Iloss llr)an must have n show In
Hawaii At last arcoiints the Demo
cratic leaders were still nt sea "talk
ing It over"
Mr. Davie Withdraw..
Geo. A Davis has fllci! n withdrawal
as attorney for Deputy High Sheriff
Chlllliigworth elefenilnnt to ri trespiss
suit of Leo Law ton, for the following
leiisem "I was retained to ilefend the
High Sheriff of this Terrltorv. but Im
nevei paid ine 11 cent The work I did
I donate freed), but ask to he relieved
nnoujvli to Howl.
(Honolulu Republican )
It begins to look as though the
opponents of municipal government
were about us numerous as the iintl
Imperlallsts In Massachusetts. There
are Just enough of them, to eo)oto like,
se t up nnd howl.
ShlmUii and Oda were arrested by
Patrolman Parker yesterday for blast
ing with giant powder endangering the.
lives of peoplo passing on tho street.
Some of the rocks which fell Into tho
street were produced In court. Tho
offenders were fined I" and costs In the!
Police Court this forenoon.
A completo new stock of genti
shirts, collars and cuffs nt L. B. Kerr's,
We would temlnd you that we have just
reeelveJ another line of :
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