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ATKINSON Jc JUDD,
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CHARLES F." PETERSON !
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J. M. KANEAKUA,
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Met: In the Occidental Hotel,
Baratr of King and Alakea Streets,
V. B. Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
AOHI & JOHNSON,
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B. A. MOTT-SMITH,
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W. AUSTIN WHITING has resumed
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.aw offices of Hon. A. S. Humphreys,
comer Bethel and Kins streets, Honolulu.
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The ... '
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIRST ClASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otQT Meals at all hours TBto
Ah Chuck Proprietor
jEGESSLEBfSi; will refund
MAGIC 1 the money
; WAFERS ! to cure.
The Erenlnf BullsUa, 71 -wnta per
Till:' HVI.NINO MULIiUIINi HONOLULUi
Ministers Still Live
And Advance Rumored
- . .
Powers Doubt Ability of Combined Force to
Combat Chinese Hordes -Duplicity of
Empress' Causes Demand for Speedy
New York, Aug. 3. A vprrl.il to tin' resistance had developed to tho pros-
Trllmne from Uimlon rays:
Tliern nic frttli rumors of nn n'l,mcr
upon IVkliiu. Imt tlisc nro pMuMy
prcinatiirr. The oiitposrs luv- boon '.-
trnded ns relnforcciiicn's have !,''i
received nt Tien Tln and there inty
lmo liei'ti n rrccmnU'tiii-i In foire
lint It Is not yot clear that the billed
army Is prepared to mi'lttt.nV the re
sponsibility of n march upon the r.l
tal, or that It lins the iqulpticiit re
quired for n rapid unl sic.oasl.sl
It Is doubtful If n column more than
20,000 strong can bo spared for this ex
pedition after adequate provision had
been mndo for the defens of Tien Tain
and Tuku, and this would 11U be su'n
dent to effect the res.,-ic of the Irsi
tlons, On this account military men
are disponed to believe that the col
j mn will be held back until It Is lully
quipped for the work.
Thero Is no lack of Runs, but theic
arc Inadequate supplies of iiuiiptinltlon
and the transport service Is defective.
Veterans of the Chinese service as
Bert that the column ought not to start
until there Is a reasonable chance for
an Irresistible movement lowni 1 P
klni?, for the legations will be in dan
ger from the moment when the depar
ture of the battalions is announced.
II Is not believed that tho relief col
umn can reach Peking even b frrced
mnrches In less than n wc'.c.
Thero has been a niarkel change of
opinion among members af t'arllanunt
within twenty-four hours r'jKpccllns
tho expediency of n rapid march on
Peking, nnd this Is the result of Or.
Morrison's clear account of tho dupli
city of tho Chinese Government. It Is
now known that the attacks upon thy
legations was organized by tho Govern
ment and persevered In until Tien Tslu
wns captured nnd that the Imperial
soldiers instead of protecting the for
eigners have treacherously assailed
Chlneso mendacity has overshot tho
mark. It has convinced well Informed
men hero that the Iloxer movement has
been transformed Into an oinclal ngen
cy and that there has been no at
tempt on the part of tho Umpross to In
tervene nn behalf of the foreigners.
Public opinion has been stiffened by
the evidence that the Chinese carma--llla
Is seeking to make use of tho for-
elKiicra ns hostages nnd to dlcta'e
terms of settlement with Ub hands on
the throats of the women and children
and there Is n tone of Indexible deter
initiation in the newspaper lenders nnd
the declarations of members of Parlh
ment that the legations must first be
rescued nnd then thero will bo time
for talking about friendly Indemnity
and a modus Vivendi with Ihirop.
American and Japan. This is tho bur
den of every dispatch which comts
from continental capitals.
Mr. llroderlck's speech In the Hoiuc
of Commons was the most definite ex
planation of TJrltlsti policy yet offeicl
from tho Foreign oiflce.
Another brigade has been ordered
from India and Shanghai will bo adC'
quately protected. The rescue of the
legations will be the first urgent work
undertaken In connection with t'.'o
powers. When that object has liisu
accomplished the maintenance of t!i)
integrity of China will be the objective
point of Hrltlsh diplomacy and noth
ing will bo done to precipitate tho par
tition of the emplie. Mr. llradcrlcic
docs not explain what measures will
be adopted to bring about the lethe
ment of the Russians and Japanese
when Peking has been occupied,
Heccnt dispatches were not declslvo
In nny quarter. Thero wero fresh ru
mors of the massacre of missionaries,
detailed explanations of Admiral Sey
mour's work on the Yang Tse river,
reports ot Itusslan embarrassments 011
the north and belated accounts of tho
defens eof the legations, 'with definite
Information respecting the fine woik
of the American marines In seizing and
holding a portion of the great wall
and thereby securing four legations
against an attack from a commanding
A prominent members of the diplo
matic corps states that there Is much
Incredulity among the embassies hero
respecting the genuineness of dis
patches purporting to come from the
besieged legations, and that suspicious
are entertained that some of then
have been forged. This view Is not
Bhared by ofllclals here. They accept
without reserve the accounts ot (ho
siege given by Sir Claude MucDonaM
and Dr. Morrison.
Relief Force Delay
(From Thursday's Extra.)
WASIUNOTON, Aug. 3. Bad news
came this morning from Admiral Re
mey In a report Indicating that serious
!! I. I'MIHAY, AUOUST
rcss of tlio Peking rrllcf column. Ills
nilvlco runllrms tlio opinion ot tlio rx
perts hero that tho fights reportel
near, Tientsin being nothing more
than the result of rcconiilssanccs. Still,
u scouting party &00 strong Is no In
considerable force, and tho fact that
the Japaneso suffered severely Is re
garded here as proof positive that the
relief column will have some lively
A feeling nkln to indignation vas
expressed hero by tho press report of
the Tlclntsln of the apparent Indif
ference of tho commanders to tho criti
cal state of tho legatloncrs at Peking.
The War Department officials ti'O
satisfied that Chaffee, at least, is
blameless for he undoubtedly Is exer
cising nil of his Influence with the
other commanders to get the cohn.in
In motion. Meanwhile the sharp check
received by the Japanese scouting par
ty Is nn Indication of what he might
experience should ho take the desper
ate chance of pushing forward iilono
Secretary Hay and Minister Wu add
ed much to their credit today when n
dispatch came from United States Con
sul Fowler nt Chefoo, apparently le
movlng all doubt as to the authenti
city of the famous Conger cipher dis
Is Minister Wu
Ready to Leave
(From Thursday's Extra.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. Tho ab
sence of the Chinese Minister from the
State Department yesterday, In spite
of the fact that It was diplomatic day,
taken In conjunction with the exceed
ingly sharp note of Secretary liny
which the Stato Department 1ms rnado
public, wns tho subject of speculation.
Minister Wu explained his absence on
the ground that he had no ncw3 to
communicate and his nppearance nt tho
department this morning was awulted
with considerable Interest. Tho Min
ister came In tho course of 'ho morn
ing, lmperturablc as usual. He an
nounced that he had absolutely no
news from China and had coni.i to tho
department simply to see If Secretary
liny wos any better off. His Interview
with the Secretary wns exceedingly
brief, the shortest In fact In tho whole
course of tlio present trouble.
Advance on Peking
Is Sure Death
(From Thursday's Extra.)
SHANGHAI, Aug. 2. I.lu Kun Yl,
Viceroy of Nanking and Sbeng, ad
ministrator of tolegraphB and rail
ways and Tnotal of Shanghai, have
both declared officially that tho for
eign Ministers aro held by tho Chi
neso Government ns hostages nnd that
If tho allies march to Peking they
will be killed .
It Is stated that only tho Russians
and Japanese, 23,000 strong, aro start
ing for Peking.
Another Chinese exodus from Shang
hai has commenced. It wns caused by
disquieting rumors published In tho
native and sumo foreign newspapers.
CONGER DESPATCH AUTHENTIC
(From Thursday's Extra.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. 3. A Cabinet
meeting was held today which lasted
about an hour. The Remey despatch
telling of the check to the JapaneiQ
scouting party was read but was not
considered as of serious importance as
affecting the general advance. It was
stated that the Government ban no as
surance that a general advance against
Peking has been begun by the Amerl
can or military contingent of the inter
The Fowler dispatch was also dls
elapsed and one of the members said
that It was accepted as putting an end
to any possible controversy lb to tho
authenticity of the original Conger
The President's plans have not been
changed by any durelopments since
his return to Washington and he will
start back to Canton tonight as pre
Tho ever popular Rainier beer is be
coming a household word and "will
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often heard than anything olse. Tho
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