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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I;, SATURDAYt AUGUST iS. 1900.
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lulu ns seconil class matter.
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or Mexico 10.00
r year, postpaid, uhcr foreign
fumble Invariably In advance.
Post Offlco llox 718
SATL'UDAY AVOUST IS, 1900.
China standing with Its Knife at the
throat of diplomat!' rnic-lgiirr (,'Im t
LI Huns t'hann aiilhiiilt to "sue u
peat? There 1h no limit to the doul 1"
(UtllnK of tthlch the Unions Is a
p1(le. l'eoce at her terms mil he th"
never ending peace that follows de
The quiet contempt with which Lonl
Itoberts details the st heme to i arry hlii'
off Indicate J that the central regards
the affair as very much of a Joke, ex-
ccpt as It shows revengeful spirit still
rampant v.lthln the "parinid" terrltaiy.
While such plots are hatching midei
the none of army hemlqunrtcrn. little
dependence can be placed on the s'lr-
rendered IJocrs In any pait of th? known cltslro to obtain rnlr ticatmni
Transvaal. for the llrltlsh flag.
Sydney, Aug. 2. Mr. Creed morel
With Gen. Joe Wheeler declaring for the adjournment of the council to call
a large standing army, ex-Senator Lee attention to the effect on the piospev
Mantle deserting the free silver fad Ity of Australian commerce produced
and returning to theTtepubllcan ranks. by the annexation of Hawaii, and the
coupled with Governor Thomas' pi-- effect on the mnll lines between Syi'
dlctlon that Ilrynn will lose heavily In I ney and America. Ho pointed out that
the Western Stntes presents a dublom the American navigation laws prevent
Democrntlc outlook that even the buy el our steamers taking a passenger car
orator of the Platte will have dlfllculty go at Honolulu. This was n serloui
In explaining out of his pathway. The I handicap to llrltlsh steamers traveling
ranldlty with which the hybrid political I to Australia via San Pranclsco. He In-
structure of the Democracy It losing
Its supporters Is fast becoming the
principal feature of the campaign.
NBWS OP Tllll TRANSPORTS
Sin Francisco, Aug. 10. Wo-k at the'
transport dock Is now confined to iteparlnc
the Warren for sea. She vv ill take n large
quantity of sup? ies In addition to troops,
and will sail next fliursday for Nagasaki
and Taku. Kan', of the animal transports
are et ready to loaj for China or the
Philippines but some of them will gei
San FrancUco, Aug. ii.The pollcv of
the Government to ecure the very la'gest
vessels available for service between this
port and China and the Philippines Is
again nunllested. The Algol, the Isrgeit
freighter in the Pacific, ha teen char eied
furtne trauspcrtation of troops an J sup
plies to China. She Is njvv on the other
side of the Oiean, hiving sailed from
Hongkong even davs ago This gives
the Government the Hire: largest steaii.
ships In the Pacific, the Algna having the
largest capacity and the Californian and
Strattigyle coming next In the
San Francisco. Aug li, The animal Kecnan, Dr. W. T. Mon&arratt, Geo. 5
transport Aztec, which has been fitted uplKluegel. Guy T. KUle, 1. II. HuriH,
at the Union Iron Works went alonRSlJe I. I- Conkllng, 11. i:. Whitman, Dr. C
Folsam-stitet wharf yes'.rJay and today II. Illifli. Wm. A. Htnihall, K. U. Ill li
vvill begin tal'.lnR on her targo of 562 aidson, C. P. Grlmwood, A. L. C, At
hotses for China, Iheblzm vvlll.nso oe- klnson, Albeit Judd, M. P. Pros? 'V,
Kin loadlnK at Folsom street today and Will 11. Klsher, C. A. Klbllng, Louis T.
will carry .1 large ergo of commissary Grant, J. W. Seeley and W. G. Coopc.
supplies for the troops In China. The
BcIkIhi KIiik Is tlll at the Union Iron
Work:., but Is expjctei to sail moii with
horses and siege Runs for the troops In
MratliRle will take 750
RU88IA TAKC8 NEWCHANG.
St. Petersburg, Aug. lO.rtTho ltus
Elan Admiralty has lecelveil the fol
lowing dispatch from Admiral AlexlelT:
"Newchwang, Sunday, Aug. D. The
Chinese town of Newchwang, on tho
Gulf of I.lao-tong, was tapiured Au
gust 4th, two warships taking part In
the bombardment. The Inhabitants
Tte Ilusjlan War Office has receiv
ed the following dispatch from Groda
kolf: "Khabarovka, Aug. 9. Oeneral Iten
nekampf, August 7th overtook and de
feated the enemy beyond the Amur
river, capturing two guns." The battle
was continued as far as Jgcst Dur
ing the evening of August 7th the Clil
neso assumed tho offensive 011 both our
flanks. They were dilven back with
great loss. Itennekampf hus been ie
Inforccd with Infantry, artillery and
The railroad north of Tashl Tsuo Is
In, the hands of the Chinese, who dp
troynl the station nt llalclicng Au
gust Cth and damuKod th (Hue, Hal
Cheng nns ricuptuicd after un obstin
ate fight. The mountain floods Inter
fere with tho reconstruction of the
It Is officially annulled! that the Rus
sian troops captured Kharhln August
COLONIALS GROWL AT
! U. S. SIMITINQ
Appeals to Governments to Stop the
Subsidies to San Francisco
Steamers in Default of
The following dispatches appear Ir.
the New Zealand Herald:
Wellington, Aug. 2. A letter has
been sent to the Postmaster Oeneral
by fifteen New Zealanders, who wote
passengers on the It, M. S. Moanu's latt
trip, drawing attention to the mannrr
In which the American shipping law Is
operating to the disadvantage of veS'
sets sailing under the llrltlsh flag, to
far as trade between Honolulu am'.
San Francisco Is concerned. This law
provides that no vessels other than
American shall be allowed to carrv
freight and passengers between Ameri
can coastal ports, and since annexation
the Hawaiian Islands rank as a coast
port. The writers consider such a ho
I sltlon so entirely opposed to the Uilt-
1 Ish "open door" policy ns to call fir
speilal icmaik, partlculaily In tev if
the fact that a subsidy of t3i nim ,f
now being demandid from the Ni w
Zealand (Invcinnient for u service fnm
tt'iUli llrltlsh ships are entlrelv e'u
ed. At a meeting of New Zealand t
the following rtolutlon was carrU 1- i
"In view of the American law. whl hi
prohibits llrltlsh ships from carrying
passengers and cargo between Honolu-
lu and America, the New Zealand pan-1
scngcrs on board tho Moana wish to (
express theh hope that a subsidy wTI
not be granted to the new American i
line If llrltlsh ships nre to he exclud 1
from participating In it." The letter
concludes by hoping the publication of '
these facts will help straighten th"
hands of the Government In their well
stnnced the circumstances" In which the
Moann would be placed ns against the
Mariposa and Alameda. In view of tl.3
American Comp.inj seeking n subsidy
the whole question demanded serious
Mr. Sutter promised that the Gov
ernment would bilng the matter umlor
tho notice of the Iltitlsh Government.
Charter .Member EIUh.
I'ollowlnt; Is n list of the charter
members of the 11. P. O. Klks sent for
vvaid to the Grand Lodge by the Mari
posa in connection with an appllcatl M
for a charter to establish a lodge In
Clco. II. Paris, W. a. Ashley, Unimut
May, Wm. M. Mlutou, CSeo. I), tiejr,
C. A. Wldemann. Akx. 3t. M. .Mackin
tosh, H. II. Simpson. 1'. II. I.ouckd, II.
A. Wilder, W. C. Wilder, Jr., Tranklln
i:. Nichols, Thus. K. Wall, C. B. Mo
ton, A. K. Murphy. Dr. Charles 11.
Cooper, (I. W. Spencer, V. I. Wood
lirldRe, Clco. II, Allen, Sam De Pores!,
II. IJ. Itoth, J. W. Allen, (iio. n. It.
' Gutter, A. V. Hear, P. S. Peachy, L. S,
dear, A. L. Mori Is, C. O. Huddle, C. V.
IIAWAIIAN-AMCItlCAN U. 8. CO.
Oteur T. Scwnll, who, with Cnptnla
1 lint-minm, hug been making arrnnso-
iiicnts for the steamers of the Hawa
iian-American Steamship Co. here, re
turned to tho Coast In the Mnrlposi
yesterday. Ileforo leaving, Mr. Sewoll
hail the following to say about his work
here:' "Captuln Uurnham and I have
had 11 very successful trip. We have
mailo plans for our steamers here and
will send tho first one out In January,
United States Treasurer Roberts cm
Wednesday sent out 37,129 checks, rep
resenting 3,3G3,900, the amount of In
terest due on United States bonds out
standing August 1.
IMPORTS OF CHAMPAGNE
Into tliclJnlt-dfrnm Jininrv nt.
tn Julv tt. 1000.
H. MUMW & CO.'S
EXTRA DRY UU.MIicases.
Moet & Chandon 18,413 "
I'cmmtry ,V Greno,, 12,283 "
Hledslck & Co , bry Mono
pole 6,oco "
Louis Roederer 4.4K "
All other brands 27 012 '
TOTAL 135,184 "
Compiled Irom tht Official Cutom Hout Mccordi
HcFARLAME A CO, LTD., Sole Agents.
The Pacific Hardware Co,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Goods for the homehold, 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 now opened up
A complete line of Sanitary Plumbing Goods direct from
the Wolfe Manufacturing Co. is on hand.
Elliptic Boiler Tube Serapus, Vi to 4 inches.
Pacific - Hardware - Co.,
FOR SALE A3 A WHOLE!
Beautifully situated mauka of the Government Waialae Road.
Ad Unexcelled Site, for Hotel or Sanitarium !
MAGNIFICENT VIEW I
The tract slopes gently up to an elevation of over 8oo feet. It com
mands a land and sea view from Koko Head to the Waialae Mountains.
WATER can be piped from a natural flowing stream from an eleva
tion of 1,200 feet.
For further particulars apply to
Palolo Land and Improvement Co.,
A. F. COOKE, Manager,
Room 8, Model Block.
The Personal Selection and Purchase of Ar. Schuman
from the factories in the East
Comprising the very Latest, Most Smisii, and Elegant Stock
of vehicles in Honolulu.
These goods have JUST ARP.IVED ex "Australia" and
sailing vessels. The stock embraces:
Surreys, Phaetons, Runabouts, Low Wheel
Wagons, Bike Buggies, Traps, Etc., Etc.
ALSO A FINE LINE OF
Carriage Lamps, Dash Lamp Sun Shades,
Lap Robes, Hack, Surrey and Buggy
Car-pets, Sheep kin Mats,
(different colors and sizes.)
Stylish Single and Double Harness
(With Rubber Trimni'ngs i
Light and Heavy Harness
Now Being Displayed at
SOMAN'S CARRIAGE & HARNESS REPOSITORY
Merchant, bet Fnrt ami Alakea Sts.
a a a a
at the ie-
Pacific Cycle Co.
Fort street. 1
FOR BALLAST !!
f White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit
EXCAYATING - CONTRACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
1ST Dump Carts furnished by the day
on Hour's Notice.
H. R HITCHCOCK.
Bethel St., next to I'. O.
Kins and Bethel sts-
35 r r
S0 g. jHrSfP
r Kg- js
2 1 a
Hawaiian Government 6
for which the highest market price will
be paid. Inquire of
BISHOP & CO.,
HORSE. CATTLE. SHEEP
"Horn Fly Dip''
Sure Prevention .
: Inquire of
C. W. MACFARLANE, of
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 "
n n 1 n n
Kaiulani Drive aptly termed, the Via Maxima or Grand
boulevard, ana in itself an artistic piece of engineering affords
easy access to all points, as also scenic and marine views of
exquisite grandeui at every turn.
Contracts have been let for material, and the work
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 connection!
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 'J"v 'H I "4"
For further information, prices, terms, etc., apply a
the office of
BRUCE WARING & CO.
. . . and the . . .
"ALOHA COLLECTION I
of HAWAIIAN SONGS,"
HAWAIIAN BAZAAR, MASONIC TEWLPLB.
Corn-r Hotel and Alakea Streets.
M wmmmnmmtm rnHMOMMM ikMnnti
,.YOU WILL NEED
FOU YOUK OFFICE
And all kinds of Furniture.
Wernicke - Book - Cases
AND SEE THE DISPLAY.
ARTISTIC METAL SIGNS
ARTISTIC WINDOW DISPLAY
will help you to do It
Tltll BUST IS ClltUI'liST
ther.fon our til If atwtyi tht low.tt
tecauit th.rt art no tetter goolt mtU than thoe
sWhen you art dalng up tht ol4 itoit or
planning a new ont ontuM ui rerarilnr bow to
do It In ityle,
I rJeallet Sltnt and Disc-lay Flituret t tit
prcctrei to rliurt with you on any kmj ol Interior
Onliti or lurnmiit In tht way ol office or ttoit fUturti
partition theivlni, tie, In bard wooJt ol all kind,.
Plant and dealt ol tor tht aiklni ol
Lowers & Oonte,
Bcdfj Waterhouse k Co
(NATIVE HATS, MATS,
1 FANS, CALABASHES
SPECIAL NOTICE j
Olaa Sugar Co.
BY ORDER OF THE DIRECTORS
Notice Is hereby Riven that the 12th As
sessment heretofore advertised as of to per
centdue and payable on the 2nd of August
has been reduced tosJS percent or 50 cents
per share, due ana payable from the 10th
day of August, 1900, and delinquent Octo
ber 10th, 1900,'penalty of t per cent per
month from Sept. totb, 1900.
J. P. COOKE,
Treasurer Olaa Sugar Co
Honolulu, August 1st, 1900. 1600 ist
The 4th ASSESSMENT of 10 percent,
or Jj.oo per share, due June 20th, 1900,
with Interest from July 20th, 1900, will be
delinquent on the istdayof October, 1900,
according to resolution adopted by the
stockholders at a special meeting held In
the rooms of the Chamber of Commerce
on the 31st day of July, 1900.
J, P. COOKE,
Treasurer Nahlku Sugar Co,, L,td.
Honolulu, August it, 1000, 1C00 15
The first Annual Aeetlng of the stock
holders of the HONOLULU STOCK
YARDS CO.. LTD.. will be held at a
o'clock p. in,, at the office of the company.
August 27, 1900,
Kioowi A NEWHOUSE, Sectetiry.
Tine Job Printing- at