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THE EVENING HUI.LETINt . HONOLULU, H. I FKIUAY. SbPTEMBBK 31, 1900.
A. I- C. Alklhmn Mint A I' JtJiM, Jr.
ATKINSON At JUDD,
CounBolloro at Luw.
Office Rooms m-9 JiuM MM'
DEO. A. DAVIS
010. D. GEAR
DAVIS & GEAR
Mlorneyi and Ccunicllort at Law
Rooms 302, 20), lot. JudJ HullJlnc.
orjort nis,er''hint St.. Honolulu
CHARLES F. PETERSON-
A.ttornov at Law and
J. M. KANEAKUA,
Attorney ami CouiiMiHor at
Mea: Id the Occidental Hotel,
mir ot King and Alakea Btreeta,
ag, B. Aekl, Enoch Johnson.
Attorneys anil Counselors
Kit No. 10 West King Street
8. A. MOTT-SMITH,
MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FORT STREET.
Siir(Swns,PliyslcIans and Dentists.
OR. J. T. WAYSON,
Has removeJ to hi new office and resi
dence, BeretanM c5t., nearly opposite Me
OFFISH HOURS JfjotSS.
l6.3-im TEL. Main 6
Has removed to Beretanla street, opposite
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
nd Beretanla streets.
396-im Tel. 517. Houtt: 0 to 5.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has re-opened his office at . . .
36 Emma Street
2- 4 P.M.
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence:
ar Alapai. : : : :
: r : : : :
lOrnci Hoi as
ton A M
1 to IP ..
SUNDAU )0 to II 10 A M.
TELEPHONE mi. WHITE l)J
Dr. W. J. Galbraith,
MPe and Residence: Beretanla and
BSea Hours: to 10 a. m.; 2 to t
p. m.; 7 to 8 p. m.
IR, WALTER HOFFMANN.
TANIA STREET, (opposite trie
'AUkon. 110. P. O. Box SOL
fie aours, 8 to 10 a. aa.; 1 to 2
, m.; 1 to I p. aa. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m.
DR. 1. N. SINCLAIR
trast, between Emma and Fort.
tears: t to 10 a. in., 2 to 4 p.
mil,B.i Sundays, 8 to 10 a. m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
DBce: 222 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
A, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E. WALL, D. D. S..
Mra Building, Fort Street
Iawn: I to 4. Telephone 434.
Prepared to fill or.
tiers until 4 p. m
Saturdays. . . ,
The MERCANTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street
And other Rings, Watches, Brace
lets, Pins, and an extensive varietj
f U velry.
EI. GK BLA-HT,
40P.4 TOUT STREET.
F W. THRUM
BOOM NO. 10, SPItECKELfi BLOCK
Plantation Work a Specialty.
Chinese ntd Jipinwe Plrnr.
Done in Ckayon or Oil
Picture Framed In any style
I'tJmtJ Pictures for ult,
Nt'v Mouldings (or Hames have
King and Alapai streets,
Near Honolulu Stock Yard.
I4) Tl tl I'llOMi ti
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. K, OZAWA, MBirf
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY,
t taper try OScii Room ariUlu Spwtult festU
IBI Ttl. 14
Wong 8ai Kee
.MERCHANT - TAILOR
A I'micT Fit Gvamdtiid
04 Fort St., near King St.
Honolulu, H. I.
Cleaning, D)elng and leepalrlng a Specialty
Y. MAN SING
Removed From Fort Street to
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's.
Dresses Made Tr Order.
A Fiaa Aiiommint or AMniCAi, Enoiuhakd
Scotch CLoth on Had
No. s9 Nuutnu ttmt, Honolulu, H. I.
Good work and firttclilt flt ruarantted
Clotlm Cl.an.d end R.palrod
,. COf.lt AlAKIA and Kiao Stmti.
GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLEb
tor special oraer, ana alii-'jkinia
FRUITS by every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. Tel. jGj
The . . .
Astor House Restaurant
Corner King and Alakea streets
FIKST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT
otfiy Meals at all hours "SSso
Ah Chuck Proprietor
Beer and Wine Dealers.
Importers, asd Wholxsalb
ffi inl Liauor Dealers.
Afteti lot In. Bottled Ralelor Bt.i ol itattl.
No. 19 NCDANU HTRKKT
Fo.ui Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Ituaos
P.OBoim Mutual Tolopkoaa lot
(K)NSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN'
325 Queen street, Honnlnln, H
onsolidatecl Soda Water Co., U
:orntr Alias ft Fort Stt., Honolulu
You will find it at the corner
of Hotel and Bethel streets.
Headquarters for ALL the
Sports and Race Horse Men.
A No. 1 Liquors a specialty.
B. Lemon and F. Woodman
will attend to the WANTS of
Seattle Beer kept at a Tem
perature Unequalled in Town
John Dewar. Kellock's AA.
Green River and Old Govern
ment Whiskies and the verv
best of everything else.
The World Register
Keii the Cash while you are buay.
Try one o
On Marble and Granite.
WORK. . .
Fences and Lawn
Baw'D Iron Fence and Monnmental Ci
Ml Kln Street
GESSLERfS will refund
MAGIC I. the money
HEADACHE;: If they fall
I WAFERS Hi to cure.
?'.,.,., W,.,.,., V.,.,.,.,)T, J WU. 1(1 (tnta.
Circus Man In
Tien Tsin War
(CViiiiliwut f 0111 tuse 0 t
; I lii Tain without knowing h'r
they were Fur want of n mnln lnl
they weie practically nmliiiilieil, being
attack) d by n big Chinese tone The
Amirlcana re ri'il"l nwl rrtrcntuil
for aetfntem mllea lielnR oMIceil t'
leac ninny of their woiimliit lichlml.
Uy the nny, they saw the Chinese tik
up rniiie of tin1 American woiihileil niul
cut them to pieces and the Iloprs rut
the head off n ununiltrf Amirlcnn nnl
rnrrlrit It off. Tin; column had a luurtv
rtceptlon ns ench conllimeiit iasl
tht. (lorilon Hall, ami It wnis a slxht
one coulil neMT forKet. Only thoit
who hac experienced It can feel 'ho
rnl horrors of war anil the depth of
gratitude to their relleers. Willing
l.nnds noon placed such refreshments
ns were nnl!nhle nt the dlrposal of th
troops nnd thnt tilght, for the first time
v hml n clinncc to sliep with our hoots
off On Sunday, 21th of June, the re
lief column was too fatigued with the
suspense and winrlntss of fighting, to
do an) thing tint rest. Admiral Sew
mour's rocket signals were again seeeu
On Sunday night n relief column of
1000 llusslans, 300 llrltlsh marines, and
100 International mnrlnes started to re
llee Admiral Seymour's commanl.
They found them encamped six nil'es
fiom tile Settlement In the arsenal
their last possible stand, unalilc tu
moe for the number of wounded nnd
dead. They reported thnt when ten
miles from Tien Tsin, the train was
surrounded by lloxcra who niilckly
destrojed the telegraph lines, brldg;s
nnd railway line, cutting the column
off from nil reinforcements. They had
to do or die nnd they fought day nftr
day with dally Increasing cnsunltlea till
within twenty miles of Peking, when
the situation Income so hopcleis t'int
n retreat wns ordered. The lighting
during the retreat wns ecn more, v
vere. Halfway back they were unable
tn enrry the wounded for want of
stretchers nnd they were put on Junks
while the others fought nlung the rlvir
banks till they reached the nrsenil
They could not take the place by rlllo
fire, nnd ns in the affair at the railway
the baonet charge wns ordered ob n
last resource. The men scaled the mud
walls nnd encamped there ns a flnil
station. Immense stores of nmmunl'
tlon, rifles and field guns of latest tpe
were found there. We had only n few
field pieces In the Settlement, but the
artennl was fired nnd the guns tumbled
Into the l'elho, the relief being wholly
occupied In attending their wounded
and Imrjlng their dead. Two Ameri
cans were killed outright while bury
ing a comrnde.
"For two hours the long procession
carrjlng Its dtuil uml wounded came
down Victoria ltoad, a woefull) graphic
picture of the miseries of war. On
Tuesday, the liCtli of June, u united in
ternational advance on uu arsenal three
mile, distant from the Settlement wns
made and proved the hottest battle of
the siege so fur, raging without Inter
mission until 3 p. in., with eiy ton
Meting fortunes, ns witnessed from
Gordon Hull tower. Fluallj the plnoj
was captuied by a despeiute bajonet
charge. These charges hae nchlevd
nil the lctorlcb we have won. The
want of cavalry and of tugb unci light
ers are the two great needs of Ties
"Another sad procession of killed nnd
wounded came to the hospital after 'he
battle. On the 27th there was the sanu
bombardment and fuslladlng nil round
nnd fires again made night lumlnuui,
this time the Dames being right In the
Settlement, feeding on vast Btores ol
rice, sugar, etc., so urgently needed
by the troops. On the 28th we had .
compnrtlvely quletdny, and life acsu
ally seemed stale uml unprofitable
minus the dally hall ot death dealing
shot and shell. The enemy shown I
they were still In our vicinity on the
zum ny more shelling. There wis
great anxiety about the arrival of rein
forcements. For tho first time we havo
renllzed the Immense strides the Chi
nese have made In modern warfare
since they fought tho Japanese, nnd
wonder at their resistance, Saturday,
the 30th of June A shell came crash
ing Into tho hospital, spreading debris
nmong the wounded nnd ranking n ho'd
n mnn could go through. The shell, fo -tunately,
did not explode, lBt July
Captain llayley oideied every civilian,
except those willing to go to tho front,
to leave at a few hours' notice by tucs
and llghteis. 2d July I left In n tug,
towing a lighter full of wounded sol
dleis, for the fleet. The muddy l'elho
wns lined on both banks with hun
dreds of dead Chinese In nil stages of
decomposition, beheaded and mutilated
In every way. They nie supposed to be
OUntone3e nnd other friendly Chinese,
killed by Iioxeis. The stench vv.m
something terrible, and the authorities
fear cholera or somo pestilence. Tho
rations were running low when wo left.
By the way Admiral Seymour's com
mand Is on-quarter rations nnd what
ever horseflesh Is to be had.
"We went n board the llrltlsh trans
pot t Halloong, which wns discharging
Btores and provisions about twenty
miles from Tnku, At noon on tho
Tourth of July tho fleet fired a salute of
twenty-one guns. On the 6th refugejs
were pouilng In nnd ciowdlng tho tl
ready well filled ship. The ship tho
Tien Tsin peoplo were housed In was
in oio like a floating poorhouse, so des
titute were the peoplo on her. Tln-w
wero several women In a delicate stn'o
of health on board, and they weie llv
ing In coolie quarters 'tweeh decks,
These people had given oveiy cure to
the wounded nnd lost all they Ind,
Slid the) should hnvc been better rnrml
for. The American Admiral sent for
tils people, and the Itlisslans took Off
their nationals but n stiongly wordel
Itlltlcm had to he sent to Admltv)
DnicT, nnd he next day gave the llrli
Isli (he option of romlng hero by the
llslnchl or going to S'ngasnkl by the
'At Tien Tsin Captain Ha) ley com
mnndered nil our horses nnd such as
were lit were used for drnwlng can
non, wlllo others were slaughtered for
food I luard that our two mules 'H
sen floating down the river dind. All
through this tr Ing time, the womin
nnd children behaved splendidly, being
of wonderful good cheer and spirits."
Kind of a Man
Capt. Reiliy Was
Many an Intel estlng and startling In
cident Is now belug told of the late
Captain Henry J. llellly, tho com
mander of Company 1' of the Hfth
United States artillery, au organiza
tion that was 1 uown throughout tho
country and a good section ot the
world as "Itclll) s battery." Hellly had
Ideas ot his own ubout artillery meth
ods, and much of his grcut success In
thirty-six ears' duty lu this branch
of the service may be credited thereto.
Uvery man lu Hcllly'a battery, for in
stance, wore his khaki coat, rain or
shine, no matter how hot It might be.
They uiljht leave off their shirts It they
wanted to, and most ot them did, but
they had to wear tho coat, Hellly
thought the blue shirts made too good
a target for the enemy, and that he was
right Is piovcd by the fact that despite
the many engagements llellly s bat
it ry was In, the casualties were al
was comparatively few. lu garrison
oi camp Hellly never allowed a man to
drink water that had not been boiled;
he looked after his men ns If they were
all his sons, and they wcru and arc to
Jay tliu hculthlcst and stiongest men
in the United States army. Another
Kclll)lsui was that uoue except com
.nUsloncd officers should carry babres
and revolvers, It belug his theory that
he work of the men would be more
efllclent If they depended solely upon
"What It jour guns were attackid
from ambush some day while the
horses were attached aud Jou could
not use ) our guus?" was asked him one
day, and his simple answer vvus,
"Our guns are never where they can
uut be hi ought Into instant action."
When on tho march llellly had each
guu attached to the ammunition wagon
by a ropo some twenty teet long. In a
second's time tho rope could be lei out,
aud the gun was ready tor action with
die horses attached and moving. Dur
ing the Sautlago campaign llellly's bat
tery made the infantry footsore, and
his bringing up ot the guns from Ilal
qutrl was a piece ot work that the for
eign attaches thought an impossible
"These guns can go wherever cava'.iy
ean go," llellly would always reply,
when asked by a general It ho could uo
o and so, and he always kept his word.
Surgeon lloblneon, who served with
the battery two years, says:
"To a civilian the recklessness of
(telllj's men In driving caused a shud
der. Uown embankments into a morass
of mud, wrier and rank growth the
heavy guns would be dragged, halt
falling; the six ambitious horses
plunging, snorting and pitching, drivers
and gunners using whips, tugging at
bridles, sputtered and gasping, their
faces black with slimy water. On the
bank would be the captain, certain that
ono more tug all together would save
ten miles to and from a bridge that
might be down. At times thoso teats
cost horses, hut nobody ever accused
Hellly of unnecessary usage ot an artil
lery animal "
llellly always held himself in the
background, as was made plain when
his battery waB the great feature at tho
military tournament in Madison Square
Garden In 1898. The battery almost
monopolized the honors ot that tour
nament, but a lieutenant was always
lu command and llellly sat In some ob
scure seat In citizen's clothes.. llellly
was to the artillery what Lawton was
o the Infantry,
Benson, Smith & Co. Import a special
brand for their soda fountain.
Asklt Why has Morselelgh such a
gloomy, pessimistic disposition?
Tclllt He takes three yellow papers
nnd tries to bellevo nil they print.
of 5 maps, $2.00
CO CENTS EAOIl
On sale at oflice of . , .
- THE . . .
The following resolution was passed
uunlmnusly at meeting of the Esecutlve
I hat It Is the sense of the Executive
Committee that the District Committees
mve the povv er to fill all vacancies that
may occur In siH District Committee,
GEO. W. SMITH,
E. It. HENUKY,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Subscribers arc furnished with from
Ive to six lists per week, giving an ac
lurato record of deeds, mortgages,
rases, leleases, powers of attorney,
tc etc, which are placed on record.
SUBSCRIPTION PHICIJ, J2.00 PER
A. V. GEAR,
JurM Building, Honolulu.
Is the best defense against disease anJ
1 1 istetter's Stomach Bitters makes healthy
blood. If you want to get well and keep
well, take It regularly. It will keep the
rowels active and cires all such stomach
ilknrdtr a dvsnrntla. Indigestion, slue
gl h liver, week kidneys, milarla, fever
and ague, bee that a Prlvntc Kevenue
Stump covers the neck of the bott'e.
A Safeguard HOSTETTflR'S
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFE and FIRE
AGENTS FOR ..
HEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE Co. of Boston.
Etna Fire Insurance Company
HENRY ST. OOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention rla to parcBata aad sale el
Hawaiian Sorer Stock
Loans N.jotlel.a. Baiters aal ferelit Stocks
403 California St.,
San PrancUco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
MeaUr el Hewallan Slock Eachaaf e.
Mclnerny Block. Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin & Co.
A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock aud Bond Brokei.
Sutti el Ite Hooolu a Stock Ficteete.
Office Queen street, opposite Union
Telepboae soft P O. Baa itj
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superlntendlne
KWrtro-Hjdraulle Power TranamlsstoE
REPORTS AND ESTIMATES
FURNISHED. . . .
With Catton-Netl Co., Queen street.
Office next to PtxtHoe. 1321
JAMES T. TAYLOB,
806 Judd Block. Tele. 6SS.
Honolulu Iron Works Ct
Improved and modern SUGAR HA
C111NCIIV of every capacity and tie
scrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES tor lrrlgatlot
purpojHg n specialty. Particular atter.
Hon pnld lo JOB WORK, and repair,
executed at shortest notice.
No. 1. Business proporty on Smith
street, between Pauahl and Beretaala
No. 2. Residence property on Punch
bowl street, near Vlnejard street, suit
able for cottages.
No. 3. Fine suburban property front
ing on MeCully street and running
from Beretanla to King streets.
Will sell on easy trras, viz.: part In
cash, or approved stocks pr bonds, bal
ance on mortgage.
For Sale or
Vnlunble business property, corner of
King nnd Smith streets.
A few office suites in Model Block.
For partlculais apply to
Cartwright DulMlnsr, Merchant Street.
Wm, (i. Iiwia
San franeiieo Agenli Tn Nkvaoa
NXtiosal bahk or San Fhanouoo.
San Francisco 'The Nersd Nations,
Bank of San Francisco
fyoNDON Tho Union Bank of London
Ssw York American Exchange Ha
Chicago Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnala.
Berlin Dresdner Bank,
tl onko.no and Yokohama Honk.ng
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
New Zkaland and Aca-nuUA Bank
)f New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouv Bank o
British North Atnerlut.
rrusact i Qeienl Baiilu ul Eicluie Buiw
Dipolste Received, Loans made on Ap
orovtd BecnrltT. Commercial and Travelers
Jredlts limed. Bills of Exchange boaRil
I'lmcTiom l'aomrtT acootjitod tot,
t IscotroiATSD Ukdh ths Laws 1
lor ths Hawaiian Rbpubuc.J
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS)
Chab. M, Cooks, President.
P. O. Jones, Vice-President
0. H. Cooke, Cashier.
F. C. Athkrton, Assistant Cashier,
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor
noratlons, Trusts. Individual, and will
jarefully and promptly attend to all
business connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, Issue Letters of Credit.
Ordinary and Term Deposits received,
aud Interest allowed in accordance with
rules and conditions printed la -Passbooks,
copies of which may be had up,n
Savings Deposits will ba
received and Interest allowed by this
Bank at (our and one-halt per cent,
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
Illations may ba obtained on application.
Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP ft CO.
BISHOP 3c Oo.
Transact a General Banklrg
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler's
Letters of Credit issued, avail
able in all tho principal citie '
of tho world.
Interest allowed after July
1, 1898, on fixed deposits 7
day notice 2 per 'cent., (this
form will not boar interest
unless it roniains undis
turbed for -0110- month), 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months
3J per cent., 12 months 4
Pioneer Building and
AS8ET8. DEO. II, 18, llll,.7T.II.
Money loaned on approved security,
A Savings Bank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly Install,
Twentieth Serl . of Stock li ncra
OFFICERS-T. F. Lansing. Pre
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Prealdent; 0, .
Gray. Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretarr.
DIRECTORS-T. F. Lansing. B.
Roec. A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech. Henm
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt. O. .
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,,
Chamber ot Commerce rooias.
Office Hours; 12:301:80 p. .
Trje i'o;ot6m& Specie M
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,00
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,00
Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,001
The Bank buya and receives lor Mt.
lection Bills ot Exchange, Itsuei Draft
and Lettera ot Credit, and triniiafj
a general banking business. . ,4
Oa Filed Depoalt (or i. aioetta, ear east a. a
On Flael Dtpoelt lor 6 aioniti, ilf
On Fleet Depoelt for l aee, J
, BrtoorieaeOaVo.atYokoaaaa, oa CarroalaV
paelt. i .-re eea per day
Os Haed Depoelt lor le aoctti, K p., IM p. a.
Hew Repmillc BMUim, nfiini SL, Hoiolu.
E. K. KAAI,
Teacher of t ' ltar, Mandolin, Zitbsri
Ukulele and Taro Patch.
Orders to ix, left care of Wall, Nichols
Oo, t 'VmtromMuadoCo.'s 18JI
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6 . -'Vvvifci"'-,
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V.ayJjtf'. Jul uies
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