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THE ENTNING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. !.. Tt'ESDAY, TCTOBER 30. lro
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Sheets and Pillow Slips,
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JOINT PROPOSAL DRAWN.
London,. Oct. 18. A representative
of the Assodttcel Press le-nrns that
1'rlncc Cliliie nnil 1.1 Hum; Chang hne
dually succeeded In clrnulng up a Joint
proiKinal for a nettlenicnt. This lias
Just le?cn recched liy the powers. He
ond the fact that It la likely to require
considerable nltcrntlon heforo proiiiur
ncccptalilc, nothing lit ascertainable hern
legnrdlng the uttual terms. The Chinese
minister here, Chili Full, expressed Ignor.
nine of mull proxsnl, but It ran lie doll-
nllely Raid that It Is now ciufiiKing the
attention of the Ilrltlsh foreign office.
PER & a AUSTRALIA.
Just landed a full line ot grapes, ap
ples, oranges, lemons, celery , cabbage,
cauliflower, cranberries, burbank and
red potatoes, dates, salmon, flounders,
halibut, crabs, Eastern and California
oysters (In tin and shell,) turkeys,
chickens, ducks, quail. A .all Una ot
canned goods. OAMARINOS' REFRI
New England Economy.
There Is a little settlement ot New
Hampshlro people In Kiowa county,
Colorado. Among other things they
brought with them tho New Hampshire
aversion to using any more words In
conversation than are absolutely neces
sary. Two of them met on tho road re
cently and Indulged in tho following
"What'd you give your horso for
A few days later tho men met again,
and hero's tho way a hard-luk story
was told In mighty few words'.
"What'd you say you gave your horto
"Mornln'." New York Tribune.
The ever popular Rainier boer la bo
coming a household word and "will
you have a glass of Seattle," is moro
often heard than anything else. The
Criterion Saloon haa the beer on tap or
'Tin Senator Dillingham.
Montepeller, Vt. Oct. 15. Former
Governor W. P. Dillingham was elected
United States Senator by the Vermont
Legislature today, Tho choice was
made on the third ballot, 0. A. Prouty,
one of the four Republican candidates
having withdrawn and tho Democratic
members who previously had voted for
Seneca Hazelton having decided to sup
.i.k. al W-J.4S.
REFUSAL TO 00 TO PEKING
WILL DELAY NEGOTIATIONS
Raises Questions As To Authority of
Li Hung Chang And Prince Chug
Conger Submits First Peace
Washington, Oct. 18. For tho
first tlm In three days Minister Conger
uns heard from at the state department
today. He ronnnunkated bj cable the
substance of certain position ndtancH
by Prince Chlng and LI Hung Chang as
a basis for the conduct of negotiations
for a ettlumcnt of the Chinese trouble.
Tho Chinese goi eminent already has
prepared the wny for these by a prelim
inary action looking tonnnl the punish
ment of Chinese officials guilty of com
plicity in the lloser uprising. While
the text of Mr. Conger's cotnmunlcv
tlon Is not made public, It Is Mlcvcd that
tho last Chinese ndiance Is addressed to
some of the propositions contained In
the lrendi note, lielng In the nature of
coiinter-proiiosals nnd proceeding iiixjii
the theory that what has been done In
the matter of punishments Is sufficient
to meet the demands from the iMiurrs
In that respect. Minister Wu tailed at
the stale department toda) by npsltit-
ment and bad n long confeivnce with
Alsiut the must serious obstacle which
stands In the wny of Immcdiato peine
luKotlatlons Is the nbsenie of the Iiiih r
tal family from I'eklng and the doubt
this rreatis ns to full nppreiuil being ch
in to tho work ot Chinese plenliiote"!
tlarles. While the loiter claim to hae
full credentials yet the Kwtr lme
looked tiHjn the presence of the emperor
at l'eklug ns nil utmost Indispensab'e
iefullte toward ghlng the negotiations
complete ellknc). In this connection
the presence- of the emperor might hne
n ulcnlfienneo conitldernbly bejoud any
thing thus fur brought out In the well
of tlrmly re-ertnbllshlng his Imperial nil-
thnrlty and freeing it from the intrigues
and nntl-forelgn Inlluences which hate
for the last two years practically nulll
lied his rule.
Tarts, Oct. 18. Russtn, Austria,
(iermnny nnd (ircat llrltaln bin Ins ul
lend) replied nflirmatltily to M. Del
(.'niece's note, he Is notifying the powers
of the acceptance of the first note nnd Is
asking each of them to Instruct their
ministers at I'eklng to begin ence negO'
tint Ions. I'nuirnble reilies lire expected
fiom nil. M. 1'inthon, the French min
ister nt I'eklng, therefore, lias bee n In
slructed to pines' himself in touch with
the nmbnssndors and Chinese cmlssnrltM
for the piirKse of oieiilng negotiations
nt the earliest moment.
WILL VOTE REPUBLICAN TICKET
Now York, Oct. 10. General Benja
min Harrison gave out an Interview
unci statement to night. Ho was asked:
"Is It truo that you have conscntel
to niako some, speeches In tho cam
paign?" "No, that statement has not been au
thorized by me," wns his answer. "I
have said to every one who has spnkri
or written mo on tho subject that I
could not do any more campaign work.
I began to make Republican speeches
the year I began to vote and have had
a laborious, If unimportant, part tu
every campaign, state and national,
since, until 1898. In 1896 I submitted
in) self to very hard usago nnd thou i
mado up my mind and so said to my
friends that I would do no moro cam-
palgntng. Following this conclusion,
I declined to tako a speaking part In
tho campaign of 1898. My retirement!
dates from that year, not from this.
Few men havo mado moro speeches' for
their party than I have, and no ex
President, I am suro, has mado moro.
Since I left Washington my retirement
from all participation In party manage
ment has been complete, AH that I
havo left to others, and I think they
havo very generally and kindly accept
ed my senso of the proprieties of the
case nt least between campaigns, In
a word I havo vacated tho choir loft
and taken a scat In tho pews with a
deep sense ot gratitude to my forbear
"Dut General, It Is said that you aro
not altogether In accord with your
"Well, I have heard that my sllcnco
was Imputed by some to that cause,
Now the only public utterance I havo
made In criticism ot the policies ot tin
party was contained In tho Interview,
consisting ot ono rather short sentence,
that I gavo to the newspapers whllo tho
Porto Rlcn bill was pending. It wua, ley's administration succeeding n pe
In substance, that I regarded tho bill ns rlod ot great depression. A change 'it
a grave depnrturo from right prlncl- admlnstratlon this fall would almost
pies. I still think so. I don't believe
that the legislative power of Congress
In tho territories Is absolute and I do
belleo that tho revenue clause relat-
'ing to duties and Imposts applies to
Porto Rico. These, views I know aro
not held by many able lawyers. It I'
'a legal question ono that the political
departments of tho government cannot
fully adjudge. The final nnd control-
illng word upon this question Is with
J'iUri Jfkimt,livi '-m--' "--
BUT MITCHELL WITHHOLDS
HIS ORDER TO RETURN
Plans To Celebrate But Hine3 Will Not
Be Worked Till Mitchell Gives
The Word-Will Be Big Rush
When Once Started.
, PbtUvllle, Pa., Oct. 18. The
news received hero that the demands of
the anthracite coal miners' convention
had Ikh-ii granted l) the ltemllng com
pan) was ns welcome ns it was lurpris
Ing In the Selmjlklll region. The lalsir
leaders wele not In the secret. There
will now be Jioiiflres, meetings, parades
nnd a general jubilation by the miners.
Some of the const ruitltc lenders fnor
a quiet acceptance of the lctor, hut It
is doubtful if their counsels will pre-
'J he Heading enmpan) emplojs '", H)
men one-llfth of nil the nuthrai lie
workeis, and the) will uiiilniiliteell) li
ready to go to work Just as soon as they
nre ordered to do so by Piesldent Mlt
thell. This order will come when th'
big ceinl ccimpaiiies In the Uiper region
neei pt the" demands of the miners. The
inilhldnnl oiieratnrs must, of course, fall
Into line. The ltemllng compnii) has
Ik c ii rushing Its tars Into the font region
e'ler since the strike liegau and it Is cstl
muled Unit It has In the iieighUirbiMid
of lll.tNK) empties now on sidings tliinugii-
nut the ivglons nt isjlnts ins) ot ace ess.
The ccimpnii) owns itlmiit I .".I KM eti.il airs
mid of this numlecr nenrl) HIKH) hae
been eniplojeil in the soft conl trade in
the C'lenrfleld, Western I'eniis)lianln nnd
Wist Irglnla ivgloiis,
'I he moment the strike is declared off
the cnmpnu) will he In n lllon to null
lis nrs to the mines mid within tneiit)
four bonis iificiunnl the linlln will as
slime proM)rtlons seldom witncsscel on tho
ltenillug s)stem. The triuHtrnrj lull III
the business has glien the complin) an
excellent p"rtilli!ty to put Its mile bin
er) In shaie all mcr tbt mud and the
motlte iwtr Is now In good condition
for the winter.
Mltchcl Ih Quiet.
Hnzloton, Pa., Oct. 18. Tho of
ficials of the ('lilted Mine Workers bn"
not )et maite a mene townids elcdarliu
the strike of the niilbrai He mine work
ers off. President Mile In II bus In no
wise llidlented what he will do, but It is
proitlrall) certain thut afltr n niimlsi
of ctmI ronipnnics hate imsled notices m
tordlng to the demands of the men, the
strike will Is- offiihtll) dec hired of! -it
A meeting of mine workers wilt be
hchl tiere tisla) to nrrmige for n demon
stration next week, prohuhl) on Mondii),
In celebration of the strikers' lie tor).
tho Supreme Court of tho United
States. Cases Involving tho question
nre, I understand, pending nnd a de
cision, In. which all must acquiesce
cannot be much deferred. I think,
therefore, that oters ought to o'o
with a view to the right decision of
those, questions that aro directly mil
finally In control of tho President nnd
Tho gcnernl reasons I gavo In my
Carneglo Hall speech In 1890 why Mr.
Hrynn should not ho elected, will hold
good with me. Ills election would, I
think, throw government and business
n (fairs Into confusion. Wo should not
aid the election of a President who
would, admittedly, if he could, destroy
tho gold standard and other things that
wo valuo oven more, upon the decep
tho suggestion thut he has been bound
aiiil that tho Republican party will, af
ter defeat, still hnvo strength enough
tfi saui the temple. Jt will he much
better not to allow the man with ill.
Btructlvo tendspclcit so much is to lo.in
ngnlnu Us plliir
''Perhaps t will savo you much trou
ble If I give )ou, and underwrite as of
this date, this extract from my Car
neglo Hall speech: 'When we hao a
President who believes that It Is neither
his right nor his duty to seo that thn
mall trains are not obstructed and that
Interstate commerco has Its free wny,
lrcspectlve of state lines, nnd courts
that fear to use their ancient and fa
miliar writs to restrain and punlth
law-breakers, free trade and freo all-
er will bo appropriate accompanl-
mentu of such an administration nnd
cannot add appreciably to the national
distress or the nation dishonor,'
"Tho economic policies of tho Re-
publican party have been vindicate by
tho remarkable and general prosperity
that has developed during Mr. McKln
certainly renew conditions from which
wo havo so happily escaped. The full
dinner bucket Is not a sordid emblem;
It has a spiritual significance for tho
spiritually minded. It means mmo
comfort for tho wife and family, more
schooling and less work for tho chll-
drcn and a margin of saving for sick-
ness and old age."
General Harrison will leave Now
York for his homo on Friday,
HAWAII LAND CO.
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Capital, paid up, $48,1560
W. O. Acht President A Manager
M. K. Nakulna Vloe President
J. Makalnal .Treasurer
Enoch Johnson , ...Secretary
Oeo. L. Desha .......Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. W. Blplkane,
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lanJj In all mrta nf th Ilimllin
Islands; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. U89-vl
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iFFICE, 10 West Kino Street
Real Estate Broker,
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
. and HOUSES TO LET.
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Real Estate Agent
Searcher ot Titles . . .
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Visitors are cordially Invited t.
.all and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal photos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of . .
Key West and
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE
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COHNLK FOUT ANUIIOTLL STS.
Steaks and Chops.
Oysters any Style, t
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
H. Klemme Proprietor
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Union St. near Hotel i;oj
Young St., bet. Alapal & Kaplohnl Sts.
Newly furnished rooms with board.
Also table board. Telephone w Blue.
Art Embroidery Taught.
Lessons In ART EMBROIDERY will
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City Furniture Storo, Fort street.
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Antnts. Brokers and Jobbers.
H. P. BALDWIN - PruMot
J. B. CASTLE... 1st Vlce-Preslddot
W. M. ALEXANDER 2nd Vlfe-PrMl.!tit
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Company.
Kind Plantation Co.
Hawaiian Sugat Co.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California and Oriental S. S. C.
W. G. Irwin & Go
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Baldwin LocomotUe Works, M
Philadelphia, Penn., U. S. A.
Newell Unlvors.il Mill rv, m,iinsd
Cane Shredder), New York. U. 8. A.
re. unianui & uo. s uncralcnl Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Few.
tlllzcrs for Cane and Coffee.
need's Rfrnrn !lrm Pnva-lne.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE
raramne paint Co.'s P. & B. Patata
and Papers; I.ucol and LInssMel
Oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlno (n cold-water paint), a
whlto and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llau
CASTLE & COOKB
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TJ. W.Klu. AcrUsltr.il C., L et.l
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Tit W.l.mi. Sat sr till C.
TS. Kolo. AfTlceitiursI ec.
Tk. Fulton Iron Works. St. to.lt, MU.
Tb. StudirS Oil Co. ""
Tk. Cera, f. Bilk. Stcwa Putt.
Tb, New E.(lisi) lilt Inter uo C, .1 Boa
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Tk. AllllBC. AllurtBC. Cei r Leruew.
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manau
Claus Spreckels Vice President,
W. M. ailTard ..Second Vice President.
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. and Boa,
Oeo. J. Ross Audita
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The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach nt, Hts
BREWER & C6., WTO,,
iutD icjt. noooiuia n.i
Hiw.llin Arrlcultur.l a-iav A.ira
Conpiny, Oolcil. Suj.r Flint. Co . Ooocm leueet
Co . Ilonomu Sur Co , Willuku Scii.r C. . MtleM
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O. M. Cooke, President; Qeorre t,
Robertson, Manngeri E. F. Bishop
Treasurer and Secretary Col. W. ,
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jones, H. Watar
liouso, Oeo. R. Carter, Directors.
beinsral Hanager ol
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