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TMH EVENING BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, AUGUST a8, 1900.
Oceanic Steamship Company
The Fine PanouRcr Htenmora of Tbli Line Will ArrWe at anr
Letup This Port n Hereunder.
From San Franolsco:
MO SNA ,
in connection with the lulling of the above ateamerf, the Agent
re prepared to isine, to intending passengora, oonpon through
llckcti by any railroad from Ban Francisco, to all pointa in the
United Btatei, and from New York by any iteamahip line to all
For farther partloalari apply to
! Wm. G. Irwin
f4onernl Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Co, $s Toyo Klsen Kaisba
Stfltairf ol tfa tbov coapaotM will cill it Honolulu an! liavt tbli port 00 or about fba t
For Japan and China:
Honrkone AWru .. Stpt $
China Spi. t
Doric it Stt.
Mppcn Maru tt. .. Stpt. t?
For tBrat Inforaa'loa apply to
H. Hackfeld &
aw SttimiM of tba atovt lint. ruooloc to conntcttoo with tba CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
tttwMit VtBcouvtr, B, C . and Sydnty, N. S. W and calllnr at Victoria. C. C, Honolulu aad Brlibaoa
ra DUE AT HONOLULU ou or about tbt dattt btlow itattd via 1
10M VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA
her Britoaot aoi ay arty 1
,, ,... I Aoranjl .... Stpt,
Warrlmoo btft t?
M lower Oct. t?
Acrangl Nov, 14
Warrlmoo . .. Dec t
"Tbrcutb ticket! limed from Honolulu to Canada, United Slatai aod Europe. For Fralcst and
'aaiaf 1 and all central In formal loo, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs &Co., Ltd.. GcnM Aftcnts.
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, SAN FRANCISCO AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S.S "AMERICAN" will leave New York direct for Honolulu on or about
entember 15th, due hereabout November 20th, to be followed byS. S. "HAWAIIAN"
aoout two months later
Freight received at Company's new wharf, 42J Street, South Brooklyn, at all
times by lighters r In cars. For general Information, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Wilder Steamshio Co,, Ltd,
6. 6. KInuu,
MOLOKAI, MAUI, HAWAII.
Will sail from Honolulu on
Tuesdays at 12 noon, for Kau
nakakal, Labalna, Maalnca Bay, Klhel,
Uakena, Kawalhae, Muhukona, Lau
janoehoe and IIIlo.
Returning will sail frnm IIIlo on
Frldas at 10 n. m., for above named
ports, arriving In Honolulu on Satur
tays. Passengers and freight will be taken
tor Makena, Mahukona, Kawalbae, III
lo, Hakalau, Houomu, Papalkou and
Passengers and PACKAGES ONLY
will be taken for Kaunakakal, Labalna,
Utalaea Day, Klhel and Laupahoehoe
6. S. Claudlne,
will Uiiva Honolulu everv Tuesday
at S p. m. touching at Labalna, Ka-
aulul, KaniKU, nana, namoa uuu iu
sahulu, Maul, neturnlng, touches at
above named ports, arriving In Hono
lulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nuu. Kaupo, once each
S. S. Lehua,
MOLOKAI. MAUI. LANAI.
Balls every Monday for Kaunakakal,
&amaiO, lauuuitu, ituuuyaiiu, iuuai-
at, Honolua, Olowalu. Returning ar
rives at Honolulu Saturday mornings.
This company reserves the right to
iake changes In tho time of departure
and arrlral of Us steamers WITHOUT
NOTICE, and It will not be responsible
for any consequences arising there
from. Consignees must be at the landing
to receive their freight This com
ny will not hold Itself responsible
for freight after It has been landed.
Live stock received only at owner's
This company will not be responsible
for money or valuables of passengers
anless placed In the care of the pur
ser. Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking. Thcs tail
ing to do su will be subject to an ad
lltlonal charge of twenty-five per cent.
Tho company will not be llnblo for
loss of, nor Injury to, nor delay In de
livery of baggage or personal effects of
passengers, or freight of shippers, be
yond the amount of $100. unless the
value of the same be tlecland when ic
celvctl by the Company ami un extra
cbaige be made therefor.
All enipluyea of the company are for
bidden to receive freight without de
livering a shipment mslpt therefor ini
the form prescribed by the Company,!
sun which may no seen by snippers
upon application to lbs pursers of the
Shippers are notified that If freight
Is shipped wlthoiitjuich receplt It will
be rolely nt (he risk of the shipper
0. L. WW I IT. I'K-HliIi-iit.
B. II 110813, Hecrclnry.
OAI'T. 'I. K. CLAllKK. l'urt Uupt
1 13 ilirnr, Sriiiii.f
KAI'A, OALAIIAHIIIJH, I.IIIH, NA.
TIVI! HATH, HULA HICIU'IU. MIIIAIf
MATH. I'ANri, HIIIJLLH, HlillHH, i;tc
ll()Mi:MAI)i: I'OI, lomumly ou Lsmt,
For San tTmoiBoo.
If MOANA . ,
II I AUSTRALIA
. .Oct 11
& Co., Limited
For San Francisco:
Nippon Maru Stpt.
Rio it Jantlro , ....Stpt.ts
Coptic Sept a
Co., Ltd., Agents.
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria anfl Vancouver (B.C.):
Warrlmoo Aug, to
Mlowera . ...Sept, ti
Aorancl Oct ti
Winl moo . Nov. 11
Mlowera Dec 19
THREE TRAINS DAiLY
From San Francisco.
TWO TRAINS OAILY
From Portland . . ,
Leave San Francisco: 8:co A. At., 10.00
A. M., 6:oo ,.
Leave Portland: g:t A. M g:oo l. M.
through without Change.
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
: Pullman Palace Sleepers Buffet,
Smoking and Library Cars with
Bsrber Shop and Pleasant Reading
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
rree rcecnnine unairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
M5 Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, Genral Agent,
No. i Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX. G. P. & T. A..
'472 Omaha Nebraska.
O. R. & L. Co.
From and After January 1, 1899,
IOot.rd) ai. Sua. llr u.Sai. O.llr D.llr
EiVMrn"""- !: '" !"
Cw. Mill S.J tool I. .oo ,ct i.io
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Il.wllt) u Sui Dlll7 D.M. U.il,
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'""City :i 01 til. :..
ool' 6.W I.II lot
F. C. Smith, Oon'l Pau. A Ticket
O. P. DiiNiyow, Huperlntondenl.
Stockholders are hereby untitled that the
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one-half dollars per sli.irenn the Capital
Stock u( THE INTER ISLAND IE1.E
GRAPH CO., LTD., Is due and payable
juiy i9i, ai iiic unice oi uie Ulicersignm
(II Fort Mreet. J. II. FISHI-R.
Actg. Treai. Inter Island Telegraph C.
Honoiulu, June i, iooo. ijk
tlfick 8tnd No. 82.
8r' do you know where 1 can ti .
good carriage? Hurel At Us Haw
tlau Hotel Carriage Co., cornsr Hotr
snd Ittchnrds streets. TeL II. NoU
Ini but first class carriage aa as
! jiiViVi i'hi'm'iihY.'Vs" c u ro
5 MAGIC ! headoohoe
i WAFERS broHkrast.
FIRST PRECIKCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
ALL HEPUMLICWS OP TUP. 1ST
I'reilnct. 4lti bn.iut ate luteby revested
to attend .1 meeting to be held at the
Government Nursery, King tret, m,
THURSDAY eenlng Aug. p at 7-J31
p in., lor ti e purp.ne of nrginiziiion aiu
nominator! of delegites to the iNatlO' a
CotiV'ntlon and such other business a;
SECOND PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this Precinct are re
quested to meet In Hie Beret .'la afreet
School Houe. FRIDAY EVENING, Aug.
it. at 8 o'clo k, for the nomination of
Delegates to the District Convention and
such other business as mav be required.
J. A. GILMAN,
FOURTH DISTRICT, THIRD PRECINCT
All Republicans of the ird Precinct, 4th
District are requested to attend a meeting
of the Precinct to be I eld at the Water
Works building just above the 2nd bridge
on the NuuanuRoaJ. on FR'DAY. August
It, at 7:10 p. m. 'or the purpose of organ
ization, nomination of delegates to the
District Conve tlon and such other busi
ness as may arise.
M. P. ROBINSON
FOURTH DISTRICT, FOURTH PRECINCT
A meeting of the 4th Precinct, 4th Dis
trict Club nf the Republican party, Is
called for FRIDAY evening. August )l,
at 700 p. m at the Fort Street School,
for the purpose of nominating delegates.
The 4'h Precinct, 4th Dlslrlc' Is bound
ed by Nuuanu, School (to top of Punch
bowl) thence to Atapal and Beretinla
All voters of this Precinct who wish to
be Identified with the Republican Party.nte
requested to pass In their names to the
Enrollment Commltte of the club as earlv
as possible. JAS H. LOVE,
WILL C. KING.
FIFTH PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT.
Republican voters of 5th Precinct, 4H1
District, are hereby requested to meet a
Drill Shed, Co. F room, FRIDAY EVE
NING, Aug. 31st, at 7:jo o'clock, for the
purpose of organization, nomination of
delegates and gene-al bnines.
JOHN V. SHOR1",
C. L. GARVIN,
SIXTH PRECINCT, FOURTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this precinct are re
quested to meet In the Chamber of Com
merce rooms, FRIDAY evening, Augut
II, at 7:30 p.m., for the nomination of
Delegates to the District Convention and
such other business as may be necessary.
O. C. SWAIN,
FIFTH DISTRICT, FIRST PRECINCT
All Republicans of this district are re
que ted to meet at the Kaneohe C utt
House on FRIDAY evening, Augut 31, at
7:30 p. m , for the purpose of organization,
nomination of delegates to the District
Convention and such other business ,i
may arise. FRANK PAHIA.
FIFTH DISTRICT, FOURTH PRECINCT
All Pe;uhllcans of this t'lstrlct are re
quested to' meet at the Waianse Church
on FRIDAY evening. August 31 at 7 30
p. in., for the purpose of organization,
nomination of delegates to the District
Convention and such other buslne-,s as
m.iy arise. R. S. UILl.II AND,
SEYENTH PRECfHGI, FIFTH DISTRICT
All Republicans cf this Precinct are re
quested to meet at the Reform Scnool
building. THURSDAY EVENING, Aug
ust 30, at 7:30 o'clock for the purrose of
nominating delegates to tne District Con
vention. W. L. WILCOX,
TENTH PRECINCT, FIFTH DISTRICT
All Republicans of this Precinct are
quested in meet In the Kauluwela School
House, FRIDAY evening, August 31, at
7:30 p.m., for the nomination of Delegates
to the Dlst'ict Convention and such other
business as may be necessaiy.
Tbe Republican voters of the Ninth Pre
cinct, Fifth Olstrlct, will hold a nieet'ng
at Kauluwela tthnolhn s; net FRIDAY
EVENIVG. August 31. at 7:30 o'clock,
for the purpose ot nominating delegJtei o
me uiMna committee ami ti transact su. Ii
other business as nuy come be foi them.
J. T. DE BOLT,
TO Till: ltl.PUIII.ICAN VOTINS OH Till
8TII 1'Rt.ClNCT, 5TH DISTRICT.
Nutlce Is hereby given that a meeting of
the Republican voters of the Kth Precinct.
5th District, will be held at the house of
W C. Achl, at 7:30 p. 111. on Thursday,
August 30, 1000, for the purpose of organi
zation and fur su Ji uther buslneis as in.n
iomr before the inrtthig.
W. C. ACHI,
Honolulu, Aug. 24, 1000. iGi.S-t$
PER H. B. AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full lino or grapes, u,
pk-s, oranges, lemons, celery, cabbat,.
'UulllUmer, cranberries, burbank auC
uil potatoes, aatee, aulmun, lloundcrx
inllbiii, crabs, Hastern uud CallforulL
lysttra (In tin uud shell,) turkuyi
hlckrns, ducks, (jiull A .all line u'
uniiwl goods. CAMAHINOS' lUJI'lf
I iiimi-r (liitiTiinr Wllll.uii Man in 01
1 luriil.i hum 11 ii'nlilfiil nf Ni-w Vi.rk
niuii' Ii i m nt hla iMirlnill tn I'lill.!-..uiiii-
lii 11. 11 1. uuu illiphiyt'il In ll,i-
inn.-1 hHiiiliur. Iln U'J3 -..ur .Mil
ii, i lira in (liniTiinr liluilmm uf
1 IimIiIii "I inn Hip imiIii hiinhnr
iln- titr or H'i'iily ili'lrgiitisi Uuu coin
,'ihuiI tin' II ml niiinllliilliitMl rmiv.-'i
linn nf I'IiiiMh, litM nt Hi. Jn.ipli in
'TIS NOW TO TAKE PLACE
OF flRIM WAR DIRECTION
Chaffee'3 Advance on Peking Was Call
ed Foolhaidy-Identical Note Sent
Pieviou.3 to Relief of
Washington, Aug. 15. The Navy De
partment viirly this morning made pub
lis a illspatch from Admiral Homey an
nounrlng the arrival of General Chaf
fee nt Mntow, the next town of Im
portance after Ho SI W11. tthlch the
Americans occupied ultli sllglit oppo
sition on the !ith Inst.
The (Into of General Chaffee's arrival
at Matow Is uncertain. It In tnken nt
the Navy Department to mean that
Mntow wan occupied on the previous
day. the Uth, and that the opposition
una slight both on the road and lu tak
ing the town.
Matowa l nbout twelve miles by ronil
'from Ho HI Wu and the road, ns Indi
cated on the War Department map, Is
of the worst possible character. Mn
tow Is not a walled city and no serious
opposition was expected there. It Is
about eleven miles by road from Matow
to Chlng Chin Won, which Is really the
suburb of the waited city of Tung
Chow and the key to the gates of Pe
king. If General Chnftee was nt Mntow
on the 11th, it Is quite possible that by
today lip Ik cither In possession nf
Tung Chow or engaged with the re
treating Chinese nrniy that It was
thought might make a stand behind Its
wnlls. The War Department Is hlRhly
gratified nt the report of General Chaf
fee's steady ndvnnre which for n week
past hns been scouted ns n foolhardy
adventure by some of the European
wnr officials. . .
Of quite ns much Interest as the
record of the army's advance la the
speculation now current about the
State Department ns to the status of
diplomatic negotiations. The State
Department has thrown around these
proceedings a sudden and unaccus
tomed veil of secrecy that Is taken to
presage important developments. One
thing Is well nigh certain, namely, tltat
the Conger mefcsage nf yesterday which
was not mndp public, is one nf n series
of Identical notes addressed by the bp
lengured Ministers to their govern
ments. .Minister Wu, who, besides being tho
Chinese Minister here, also Is the ac
credited ri'presentntlxe of China to
Spain, recehed along with the Conger
message of yesterday 11 cipher message
finni the Spanish Minister lu Peking,
which Mr. Wu foi warded to .Madrid. It
was not made public there. Sir Claudo
MacDouald'H despatch to tin- llrltlsh
foreign OIIIcp, evidently of the minio
vlntiiKP as the two other dispatches
icfcrrvil Io, also was withhold fiois
publication. This Is tnken ns a fair In
dication that negntliillons of Import
ance are on foot but Ihelr nature Is
enlliely Bpcc11l.it l 0.
The Stale Dep.iitluent this morning
slated that not only was the text ot
the Conger dispatch kept secret, hut
1111 questions would lio answeied In con
nectlou with Its contents. It was point
ed out by the department Hint with the
International forces practically nt the
gates nf Peking, any statement ot Min
ister Conger might InvoUe him ami all
of the other Ministers In very serious
consequent es. It was said, however,
that the statement from London this
morning, credited to n member of Par
liament that negotiations were on foot
In Washington between Hie various
powers looking to n future form of
government for China was without
foundation. The Slafp Department an
noiincid that no note on this subject
had been exchanged between the pow
ers. It Is considered significant that no
pi Munitions me being pushed for tho
whittling of Uu American forces lu
China. Iluth the lommlssar and Qimr-'
if-rimiKter'a Department), aro ready to I
purchase and ship supplies for the Chi-'
nese expeditionary force such ns would '
be needful In a winter campaign. I
There urn certain supplies whlcl ,
would be netessary for this contingency
mil eeitiiln steps whlth would have to
1 tnken and that quite speedily, unless I
theie was strong hope that the Amerl-1
can nrniy would be out of China bo-'
ftue the llrst of November. Prepara
tions made up to 11 reienl date looked
to the quaileiliig of the American
force 011 Chinese mill through the win
ter MiiMin. It cannot be said (hat this
I'xpectiitlun has been cntliol abandon
ed, but Ii Ik certain that some nf tho
lliuil puicluiMK inn) preparations aro
suspended fur tint lucent, as though
till 1 Is uiiikldi r.ililo proh.ihlllty that
liny would tint have to be made at nil.
The Wm Dep.iiliiient has ns yet gleu
110 definite Ktntcimni on this subject
lint Hie Kiiypi union nf operations Is
1 iiuslileieil slgullliaiit
Kftifiur to lny llpynn.
.New Viirk Aug 1 Sim 1,
from Loniliiu miyn I In- I'himiIh ,
ifapoml.'iil 01 tin- MiiiiiIiik l'i'-i I
(lUpalrb (1,'UimI Aiiminl lutli .. 1
I'nwldeiit Kroger l mihiiIImiiIii.
twiH.il IJ.lun.iiou nmi t:p u.
tli'iiliili peisr uf William J Hit
He lllso M)' thill Wi'lwh'i luti.
mill'Hl IIM.IK"! IIIHHIll. Ih. .ti.
of Din lleniiienitli- riiiiii.ilgii In
BRAND DIVORCE CASE
Han I'rniirlsro. Aug II. Mrs. Ilmni.i
J llrniid. nee Dickey, lias filed suit for
dlvom from her husband, Harry
llr.iinl, 011 the ground of cruelly.
Miss Dickey bi-calne Mrs. Ilriind at
Honolulu, where Hip parties to the suit
are well known, on March II Inst. Her
troublts began on April I. when Brand
nccused her of conduct unbecoming a
It nppenrs Brand accuses his wife of
allowing a young man to hold her
hand, n charge the young wife Indig
nantly denies. A few dajs later ho
charged her with being a flirt and
made sensational statements reflecting
upon her character.
Brand is also accused of abusing her
parents In her presence. His course of
conduct wns such, says Mrs. Brand,
ns to render life with him unbearable,
and a decree of divorce Is demanded.
OREGON MAY GO HOMIi.
Washington, Aug. 14. The question
of making the permanent repairs on
the Ougon nt home Instead of In Ja-j
pan has been discussed by some of tho
authorities of the Navy Department
and may result In her being brought I
back to the Pacific Coast.
It Is pointed out by the experts that !
If n ship of the Oregon's size is needed I
on the Tnku station it would be neces
sary to seend the Indiana to serve dur
ing the four months it Is estimated tho
Oregon will be In dry dock. The re
pairs, so far as the department can
learn, will nmoiint to $200,000, and It
will be urged that as the run to San
Prnnclsco can be mode In sixteen days '
It would be better to have the Oregon
repaired whero she wns built, and
where the department will feel that
absolutely satisfactory work can bo
done, rather than to have her laid up
for four months nt the Kure docks, In
which case the money for her repairs
will be spent abroad Instead of at
home. ,. r, . . ...
The ever popular Rainier beer Is be
coming a household word and "will
you have n glass of Seattle," Is moro
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon has the beer on tap or
THE : PACIFIC : NURSERY
Cut and Growing Plants
WeddlngS- Funeral Design
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
PINKE & C0
yLon. St.A above Hotel.
nd other Rings, Watches, Brace
ets, Pins, and an extensive varlet)
f J velry.
EI. GK BLAJRl.
mu port Street
Adtninlstra or Notice.
Nntlfi t hrthu oltson tr, oil iunn. r.
s 1 - h'v tu tan V(OUII 111'
debted to the estate ot John Phillips, de
cease!, late of Honolulu, H. I., to make
Immediate payment to me at the otlice qf
Castle & Cooke, Limited Honolulu, H. I.
All amounts not settled on or before Sept.
15th, 1900, wld be placed with my at
torney for Immediate collection.
J JHN PHILLIP ESTATE,
J. A. Gllman, Administrator.
Honolulu - Tobacco - Co.,
COS FOhT AMI MlkCHANT Slum
HAS RECEIVED PER "AUSTRALIA" FROM
., vik ntiiu.iif 0(in4 Ol Ulflfl,
Tha UIaiI 41 Da.u.. a n ri .
1- u it 1 1 rt U S,
This elegant'CIGAR can be mirch.iwil fnr Ptvc rcTc .,..
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
B 3T (3-1 3ST EJ E tt S
Boilermakers : : and : : Electrician.
The - General - Electric - Company
ViiiiitiiiK, HIiickNiiillliiiii', Triiiiniiiiii
L IMmutoiih, Hiii.m ami Hat K .Mitimfimliinnl.
y HKJII-OL i.NN AVOHJC.
75 and 79KlngStret
TELKPHONE NO 31.
NOW Is the tltn to get leak sari
breakages Men to, and yocr
Roofs Put in Org
By competent wor
For the Plumbing
On that now liouao that ytra urn
about In hnilrl nr tlin .lin..u..
you rtro intending to mako on
your property. Call and we ou
and got an estimate.
JAS, NOTT, Jr
Practical Tinsmith and Plambet ,
Shop: Borelanln street, 4 toon ul
of Punchbowl. Plione 844.
Hours 7 a. m. to S p. m.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Honolulu Sheet Metal Worb
Galvanlrsd Iron Skyllthtsand VMtlUtm,
Conductor Pips and Guttsr Wrt
Rlchtrli Sim). M.QtiMn tat "-Tft.il. --, m
WJottlit proaptly ani4s la.a
Tel. White 41. P.O. Bog 170.
BOARDING AND LIVERT
Rigs sont to any part of the
HACKS -AT -ALL -HOURS
Wnlklkl Row!, - - AValklld.
TEL. BLACK 141.
Vihen Yoa Waqt a lig
RING UP THE.
C -L- U-B
Livery, Boarding -artf
Sales Stables, : : v
- 18 FOHT STREHT.
Stable 'Phono, 477
Hack Stand 'Phones, 319 and 7
O. H BKLLHTA.
A GOOD THING
1 Hi J c
Ohla, Algeroba and Pine Fireioie
uat una Bplit (rendyforthoHwie)
STOVE, STEAM & BL4CKSMITH COAE,
WHITE AND BLAOE BAND
Lnwrst Prices, delivered to any pars
HUSTACE A CO.,
1 Qnn Stwwt
Pacific Transfer Co.
ti; King St, n.il in Btlley'i Cycltrr.
Express Wagons, Dray$.
Lumber Wagons and
Dump Carts ::::.;
Always on Hand.
Trunin, rurnltur. ,j $, Cat.lutly ll.U.
TFIFPHOST .8 ..
The Evening bulletin. 7S cent nee