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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T., MONDAY, JANUARY 21, 1001.
We Will Sell
For One Week Only
PURE SILK TAFFETAS
SSI Ml NOTE
OF AGREEMENT TO TERMS
This Action Settles Preliminary Stage
of the Negotiations-Proposal of
United States is Withdrawn.
IN A LARGE VARIETY
AT Ms Bayard
1 .00 A Yard.
NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods
Visitors are cordially Invited tt
call and Inspect our gallery of life
size royal phdtos, from Kamehameht
I. to date.
At the Old Stand
On Fort Street ::
a New Lot of ,
Beaver Lunch Rooms.
H. J. NOLTE.
P.O. Bo Tit littnl Cgrrtponlnct Solicited,
FINRE & ASBAHPi,
Have removed from Mrs. Williams'
Undertaking Parlors to the CORNER
OF CHAPLAN LANE, opposite the
Catholic Mission, Fort St., and would
be pleased to meet their old customers.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
first class Work guarantee!.
Union St. near Hotel t ou
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital Stock - - $100,000
Capital, paid up, $48,860
W. 0. Acbl President A Manager
M. K. Nakutus. Vice President
J. Makalnai .Treasurer
Ruoch Johnron Secretary
floo. L. Desha Auditor
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
J. V. Dlplkane.
The above Company will buy, lease,
or sell lan.lj In all parts of the Hawaiian
Islands; and also hs bouses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1439-yl
W. C. ACHI & CO.
Brokers & Dealers
OT We will Bn or bU Boat ZitateU
ill parts oi the group.
tT Wo will Ball FropertlM on Ibuon
tble Commissions r
OFFICE. 10 West King street
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town and suburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
of 5 iHape, $2.00
BO CENTS EACH
On sale at office of . . .
THE . . .
T. R. MOSSMAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Title
ind other Rings, Watches, Brace
its, Pins, and an extensive variety
401V4 FOUT STREET.
Paris, Jan. 10. As a result of In
qulrlcs In authoritative quarters. ths
Associated Press Is glcn the follow In,;
statement In regard to the Chinese sit
uation: "The Chinese plenipotentiaries
signed the joint note jesterday, thus
concluding the preliminary stage of the
It w-ns ndded that this Important step
was In; .jiflrant compared with tho
difficulties to he met with between th)
Powers thrmshos, whoso clashing In
terests will have full play In the com
ing dlscusslms. T'le United States pro
posals to shift the scat of the negotia
tions find no favor In the European
chancellories. Three reasons nro giv
en for this opposition:
Plrst It Is considered n great mis
take to transfer tho negotiations from
China where all tho Information Is at
hand respecting the situation, and ths
feeling among the Chinese themselves.
and moro especially regarding the con
ditions of trade and commerce at which
tho negotiations will bo chiefly con
Second The United States commerce
with China is comparatively small
when compared with that of several
other countries. Therefore tho United
States Is not entitled to expect tho ne
gotiations to bo carried on at Wash
ington. The third and most delicate reason
advanced Is that tho European powers
hae not felt sufficient confidence that
tho United States Government might
not find Itself Influenced In the nego
tlntlons at Washington by the pressure
of Interests, having an eye to tho ox
ploltatlon ot China. Tho nttltudo of
somo of tho Powers, moreover, U
swayed by other motives In approach
ing tho United States proposal. Great
Britain, for example which seems to
bo tho most strongly antagonistic, has
probably taken Into consideration the
United States attitude toward tho Clay
The feeling hero favors Shanghai, lr
any chansc Is made, as It Is pointed out
that Shanghai Is tho most Important
trado center In China, and moreover,
that tho southern viceroys who nro fv
vorablo to foreigners and anxious tn
further trade, could mako their In
fluence felt. The enormous Ilrltlsh In
tercsts are In favor of the choice of
London, but It Is Improbable that tho
other Powers will agree to this.
I There Is no reason to suppose that
Russia will withdraw fiom the Join ne
gotiations, Tho treaty sho has con
cluded with China concerns her special
Interests In legions contiguous to her
territories, but she has great political
Interests to defend and, further. In th'i
Joint conference, which will brl3tle
with obstacles to a speedy settlement,
Russia alms chiefly at n wide oxpan
Blou of her political Influence. Great
Britain wants to roughly open the Chi
nese cmplro to her commerco and nt
the samo time sticngthen nor poll tin I
foothold. Tho United States apparent
ly will be devoted to securing commer
cial ndvontago, whllo Trance and Ger
many will desire to increase thlr
trade generally, nnd, and their politleil
Influence in certain produces,
Tho strugglo between these conflict
ing designs will bo bitter, and In any
caso will greatly protract "10 negotia
tions. Ono thins which Great Ilrltnln nnd
tho United States wish to sccuro Is tho'
raising ot tho ptohlbltlou which now
exists In China against foreigners ac-'
quiring landed Intcicsts.
Conditions Are Impossible.
Shanghai. Jan. 10. A dispatch from
Slan l'u (where 1I10 Chlneso court Is
located) to a native newspaper says:
"Somo of tho clauses of tho condi
tions for peaco nro impossible ot ac
ceptance, consequently tho Emperor
nnd Empress and tho much trouble 1
court havo telegraphed to Uu Kim Yl,
tho viceroy ot Nankin, and Chauk III
Tung, tho viceroy of Mankow, to pro
ceed Immediately to Peking and con
fer with' tho foreign ministers nnd Chl
neso commissioners In an attempt to
tho modification of tho obstructive con
ditions. They hae been Instructed,
If they are unablo to proceed to Peking,
to proposo n suitable meeting place, for
the ministers elsewhere.
Washington, Jan. 10. As somo of tho
foreign powers do not look with facr
upon tho ptoposltlon of tho t'nltod
States leccntly made us to tho with
drawal of ceitnln features of the nego
tiations f 1 0111 Peking to Washington, or
KI3PORT OF Til Li tJlllililPF.
High Sheriff Drown receded Saturday
morning a letter from Sheriff llaldwln
of Maul under date of January 1C, de
tailing the facts In tho case of the trou
ble with negroes In Walluku on tho
13th Inst., the exclusive news of which
was published tn tho Bulletin on Tues
day. Tho letter reads as follows:
I beg to report on 8unday evening
the 13th Inst, that Will Hudson, a ne
gro who lately arrived here, committed
an assault with a revolver upon Albert
Hill and police officers who were with
him. Tho facts In the case aro as fol
lows: Albert Hill complained to po
lice officers Manuel Sequelra nnd Pa
rcsa that his wife had run away as
nlso another girl by name of Ella Carw
ford, asking them to assist him to look
them up, which the officers agreed to do
and following where It was reported
they had gone, they en mo upon tho
girls, who wcro with Will Hudso.t
and Sweetie Smith. Albert Hill call-d
out to his wife (Elmyra), when nboilt
forty or fifty feet fiom whero they
stood, whereupon Will Hudson pulled
a rcvoher from his imcket, s.ijlng at
tho same time: "I'll kill the ,"
and filed at him. The hall whistled
close by the police officers who we'o
a few feet behind Albert Hill. Will Hud
son. the man Sweetie Smith nnd the
two girls then broke away and ran,
with the olllccrs In pursuit. They were
not caught then but Inter on In tho
night Will Hudson and Sweetie Smith
wcro ulaccd under arrest. Tho
latter made a full confession nnd wlllt
bo used as n wltr.crs In the cose. Will
Hudson niva's trial on the charge of
assault with Intent to murder.
(Signed.) I.. M. BALDWIN.
Sheriff of Maul.
BEb 1 rilikUluARS
HAWAIIAN TOBACCO CO., Ltd.,
Corner Alerchant and Nuuanu Sts.,
also HOTEL ST., opposite Bothol.
rHAT More Suitable 'Xmas Present
than one of those Handsome "UP TO
DATE" Electric Piano or Readine
Lamps. We have a Complete and Hand
some Line of
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Offce and Salesroom,
Alakea St., Makai of Merchant St.
P. O. BOX 144. "PIIONL" 390.
PUGS IN TRAINING.
New York, Jan.' 8. Ono day's train
ing nt the scasboro was enough for
Ruhlln nnd Jcrfrlcs. Tho weather wa-j
Bench until ten days before tho fight
venture outsldo to do any work. Ruh
lln who had planned to remain at Uath
ho wns never really bo anxious to train
which Is to take placo In Cincinnati on
February 15, has changed his mind and
will leave for Colngton, Ky., on Sun
day. Jeffries' experience with tho seashore
winds nt Loch Arbor convinced him
that n warmer climato wouM be moie
desirable and he will movo to West
Bailen. Ind., within n few days If tho
cold weather continues.
Speaking of his health. Jeffries said
It was all that could bo desired nnl
ho yas never really so anxious to train
hard for .1 battle. He said he weighed
230 pounds 111 fighting costume and
pointed to this fact as an Indication of
his good condition at the present tme
"Tom" Sharkey, who will meet Kid
McCoy In n 20-round bout before Ihe
Twentieth Century club of San I'ran
clsco, on rebruary 2S. left for West Ba
den last night. The sailor pugilist will
train nt the Indiana health resort until
February 13 and will finish up nt Lo
There teiiealrh indicated hi
A Smiling Fiict
With- & Stomach-trouble-
Try- &-caseof- pure.
Its an ideal tonitvarvd .
Beverage t aids digestion.
Honolulu tobacco Co., Ltd.
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
Just Arrived ex. Zeulandla !
.ALARGC STOCK OF.
Owl Club Cigars,
Celebrated Hotel. Brunswick Cigars,
AWAKDLD GOLD MLDAL, PARIS EXPOSITION, looo.
I WhatRun Down ?
TO PROIIIKIT LIQUOR
Washington, Jan. I, r.ivorablo ac
tion wns taken today by tho Senate
Committee on foreign Relations on the
resolution previously Introduced by
Scuator Lodge declaring for tho enact
incut of lnws prohibiting the tale of
opium nnd Intoxicating Illinois to tho
aboriginal nnd uncivilized peoples of all
countries, nnd the resolution was past
ed by tho Senate. Tho eommlttco hud
before It petitions signed by numerous
Individuals and asoclatlons from twenty-three
states, which were presented
by the Reform League.
It wns claimed that one of.tbo peti
tions preesnted represented ten mil
lions of people. It was not In Riippoit
of the Lodgo resolution specifically nor
for tho United States alone, but asks
that tho Governments which hao
twlco lilted tho treaties of ISOO and
1899 In protecting tho natives of Africa
against Intoxicants tuko further action,
separately or together, bo as to protect
all uncivilized races, as recommended
by tho President. The petition Is to ba
withdrawn nnd carried by n deputation
to all tho prominent fioornments of
the world after Congress adjourns.
Holiday Hours and
Hard Work Did It.
EASY TO JVIEND WITH
SCHILLER'S MALT EXTRACT.
A MALT THAT'S ALL MALT.
U5c Bottle $12.50 a l)o7en.
HONOLULU DRUG COMPANY,
, H. Otis. Von Holt Block, King Street. 0. A. Bierback
DREAD LA GRIPPU.
Philadelphia, Jan. 10. Physicians
say tho grip is spreading through tlio
city with tho samo rapidity with whlcli
It has claimed moro than 100,000 vic
tims tn Now York and Chicago,
Toronto, Jan, 10. Ui grlppn has
reached Toronto In epidemic form and
many largo mercantile concerns mo
crippled owing to tho employes beliifj
down the dlbease,
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Paln-Klllcr, tho old nnd well known
remedy has acquired n world-wido re
nown for tho euro of sudden colds,
coughs, etc., weak Btoinach, Indigestion,
cramp or pain In tho Moninch. bowel
complaint, diarrhoea nnd dysentery It
has lost notio of Its good naino by re
peated trials, but continues to oeeup
I n iirnmlnanr twtctt lm 1 ti wtr fnml I v
somo other capital, and other poweis me,cll0 cIlcBt , Avold siibstltiites . thero
nesuaio to ueciuo tno question, uw is nut ono rain-Kiuor, rcrry u.ivm.
Piesldent has deemed it adWsnhlo to
wlthdi.'iw tho proposition, nnd has dl
lected tho diplomatic lepiesentntlvcs
form tho dlffcient governments.
Prlco 2Sc and COc.
Fine Job t'rlutlng at
" If you don't waut whiskey to jet the bit of you, you must get
the best of whiskey."
" I do lady, but when a fellow's only got a nickel he can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,,
THE EVENING BULL E T I N
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