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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II. T.. TUESDAY, NOV. 12. 190-
Social 8clcnce Club.
The Social Science Club met kst
FOR SALE EVERYWHERE!
evening at the home of P. C, Jo:
and tho guests were entertained by
account or the Yale bl-ccntennlal
La Insular of America
Chief Justice W. K. Frcar. There wi'
n full meeting of the club and tho n,
dress of the speaker was listened to
ullh Interest. Judge Pitar not hid
ing had time since his return to write
n paper upon the gathering at the uni
DAVID LAWRENCE & COMPANY, Ltd.
Trade Mark Registered and owned by
versity, spoke from notes. After tho
address, refreshments were served,
m Mexican Cigars
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The reputation of Sachs' Is so well
fc established for everything that stands ,
for reliability that prices quoted can
always be considered as meaning ex.
tra full value for the money.
HERE ARE INSTANCES:
Flannels and Flannelettes
Our assortment of these seasonable
goods Is wonderfully complete.
Flannelettes 15 yds. for $1.00.
Flannelettes 10 yds. for S1.00.
Flannelettes 8 yds. for 1.00.
White Flannels, an especially good
. , assortment.
Keep off chills during the rainy season
or In fact any time. If you need blan
kets now come In and tee what we
have. You are sure to find what you
want at a reasonable price.'
CottOIl BlailkCtS White with striped colored borders $I.Z5
C 11 Dl 1 l 2,A yards square
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Gray with striped colored borders
C0tt0n BlanketS Brown with striped colored borders $1.50
C0tt0n BlanketS Red with blue stripe border
ill Uf 1 Dl I I Nothing but good can be said of these
All" WOOl DlaOKclS blankets. They ire white with pretty
stripe colored border all wool full size double and as for prices, they
tell their own story $6.oo to $10.00 per pair
We might also mention CHILDREN'S COATS. We have-too, many of
them and don't want to carry them over to another season; consequently
the prices have been greatly reduced. If Interested, ask to see theso
COAT3 FOR CHILDREN. It will pay you.
Tl.nt il I .WOOL BLACK CHEVIOT. 60 Inches wide. Is not all Eone yet-
The price still remains at $1 per yard, which Is Blmply ridiculous for this '
class of goods In reality worth 12.50 per yard. We bought It before the duty
was raised. Hence our prlco of $1 pe r yard. ' '
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Photo by Btll, Washington.
WILLIAM C. WHITNEY, WHO WILL RACE NO MORE HORSES
It lias been Intimated that, having won the Derby, greatest of Kngllsh
track events, and being dlxxatlsllcd with hi treatment on the KnglMi turf,
II r. William C. Whitney had withdrawn In somewhat of n huff. Mr. Whitney
now declare Hint he tins lieen iHTfeclly satisfied with his treatment at tht
hands of the Kngllsli racing stewanls. He says that his only reason for keep.
Ing nil his horses In America is lieeanse the standard of rnelng In tills country
has been raised and that, as a patriotic Amerleuii, he considers It his duty tJ
do his share.
OUTBREAK IN CHINA IS "
Wo havo.now a largo stock ot the
above on hand. .
CEMENT ROOFING affords thor
ough flro protection to the building
and Is a non-conductor of heat and
No rusting, decaying, warping,
cracking or melting; always flexible,
quickly and easily applied.
Puro water flowing from tho root
can bo used for domestic purposes.
Can be applied on old shingles or
metal roof. Wind and lire proof. For
Bat or steep surfaces.
We solicit your enquiries and will
promptly furnish any; Information de
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
The following alarming view of tho
situation In China, published in lha
"Celestial Empire," Shanghai, seems
to be the concensus of opinion ot Eu-
opeans and Americans icomlng from
There will bo another gigantic ris
ing In China, compared to which the
recent troubles will be a trifle," so
speaks n resident ot Peking who has
just arrived In Calcutta. f
I am reflecting In this statement."
he continued, "not only my own opin
ion but the opinion of every European
In China, Including merchants, trades
people, Journalists, missionaries, dip
lomatists and soldiers. This opinion
is not due to the natural tendency of
people to exaggerate and believe In tho
renBatlonal, but Is based on a hundred
and one Indications which all point In
the tame dlrcttlon. T obegln with the
tlons of peace? Of all the officials
who' were, to bo put-to death, only, two
have been executed, and these happen
ed to bo caught in Peking by the Al
lies. The court has often promised to
return to Peking. The last time LI
Hung Chang said It would arrive on
tho 1st of September. Yet at the pres
ent moment the court has not left
Slngan-fu, and It Is two months' jour
ney to Peking. I believe, and so do
most Europeans In China, that thn
court will never return to Peking, at
least while the fortified legations are
"Then," queried the "Englishman"
Interviewer, "both the European troops
and the European diplomatists have
failed to make any Impression on
"I will make an exception In favor
of the Russians. They have hold of
Manchuria, and whatever happens in
Chinese hatred of foreigners has been,chna th ' w), re,a,n ,hat hM am,
Increased tenfold by the conduct of , , a8 , wh ,,, onscnt of
i.n n1liA.I Ininno nnrt ihitv hnvn nriT . . ' "
... um.vu ..w,.. .. .w - ""-the Chinese. The bad Impression made
gained such victories in tho field as to .. .. ,,... .,,,. . pMhii hn.
prnvo that they cannot bo defeated,
It Is true that Peking was captured and
the whole of Pechlll devastated, but for
now passed away, for during the win
ter the Russians fed thousands of
starving poor in Peking every day. It
the most part such resistance ns tho , ,, ,. ,., , ., ., , ,.,
Chinese offered came from Uoxers. and ()ovcrnml,nt gronarlegi blll the poor
A beautiful and dainty assortment.
We would like to have you call and
inspect this stock. : : : : :
14 Hotel Street, near Nu'upnu.
'.General Merchandise. Dry Goods, Groceries.
.Japanese Provisions, etc.
MAGOON BLOCK, MERCHANT hTREET.
,0-Box 886 IvIain. 2IB
tho Uoxers had no weapons beyond
swords. The Chinese realize tho fact,
and the Uoxers are now being armed
with Mausers. China Is arming. Be
fore the outbreak she had large ar
senals crammed with 'guns and muni
tions ct'u.tr, and factories In which
guns tiiul munitions were made. Tha
nrcuals tire now being emptied and
the foments distributed, and tho fac
tories nro working night and day."
It may ti rctr.cmbcred that th
fttutement tegardlng the arms factor
ies working nii.ht and day was also
senile to a ic.om.e:itatlvo of tho "En
glishman" by nil American official who
had iccently lift Hankow, where tho
largest factory Is. Tho statement that
tho arms nre now being distributed Is
The eources of Information with
rtgard to tho distribution ot arms urn
tluce," our Informant went on. "Thero
are letters from Chinese traders and
Christians In the interior and the evi
dence ot missionaries and travelers.
.Many boat loads ot arms are being sent
tip the Yangtse from the arsenal near
Shanghai whero for somo years hun
dreds of thousands ot Mausers have
been stored. Again from IlanHow to
Peking there runs a great highroad,
along part of which a railway has been
laid. Travelers have Been wagons
crammed to tho top with Mausers pass
ing along tho railway. The construc
tion trains running out of Hankow for
a few miles are also being utilized for
the carriage of arms. Even In Pechlll
FOR MEN'S SUITS.
fur liidlcs (it 75c pet yard and
Tax Appeals Heard by Supreme Court
Several Chinese Gambling
Cases are Determined
Sentence for Assault.
lokepn, alias Tlkepa. on conviction
for assault ntid battery, was sentenced
by Judge tlear to one car's Imprison
ment at hnrd labor and to puy costs of
J 1 8.50.
In the gambling case against Ah
t'ng. Ah Choy nnd Ah Vim, appealed
from Honolulu District Court, tho ap
peal was withdrawn, whereupon Tim
was released on nolle prosequi nnd hU
two pals were each lined $10 and (3.50
So Yong was icleased from tho
thargc of gambling on nolle prosequi,
after appealing from conviction by thu
Honolulu District Magistrate.
Ah Kook, who appealed from a fine
of $30 and costs in tho Honolulu Dis
trict Court for gambling, withdrew hl
appeal. Che fa was his specialty.
Louis Marks vs. R. W. Davis, as
sumpsit. It set for trial next Saturday.'
Kamnlu was convicted of rapo be
foio Judge dear yesterday afternoon.
Assistant Attorney General Douthltt
prosecuted nnd S. K. Kane defended
the accused. Sentence was deferred
until 9:30 this morning. The Jury
that found the verdict of guilty con
sisted of Jonah K. Naklla, Guy Living
ston, Isaiah Ilray, John A, Noble, II. C.
Ulckcrton. Geo. V. Harrison, Jus. K.i
halepua, Hermann Levy, Arthur K.
Jones, William Hcrrlck, Alex. G.
Nicholas and.Chas. Dudolt Jr.
The following Jury was sworn to try
Palenapa for larceny second degree.
I.. A. Itostln. Ruby A. Dexter. Isaiah
Ilray, Alex. K. Aon.i, Jacob I.nnclo,
Wm. G Rowland. Arthur K. Jones,
Geo. K, Knla, Alex. O. Nicholas, John
I.. Ilaiismatin, Chas. Dudolt Jr. and
John A. Noble.
knltalc. administrator of Kahuna
Kalinle, defeased, has filed an Inven
tory of the estate showing it total
valuation of '$300 made up thus: I,and
at Helumoa, Walklkl. area 11,080
square feet. $32."0; fifteen shares Ooka-
la Sugar Plantation Co., $300; twenty
flc shares Hawaii Land Co.. $230.
i lie appeal or Tom Metcalf from a
fine of $33 and costs In the Honolulu
District Court, for assault and battery
on Sidney Smith, was withdrawn be
fore Judge Gear yesterday.
The hearing of Hawaiian Tramways
Co. vs. Honolulu Rapid Transit & Land
L.O., injunction should not Issue, was
postponed In the United Sta.es District
Court yesterday until 10 o'clock this
Two tax appeal cases were argued
and submitted before the Supremo
Court yesterday afternoon, being those
of tho Dernlcc I'aualil Dlshop Kstato
and Mrs. Hnillv K. Mchrten.
Jonathan Shaw1 has filed his final ac
count as girardUn of Kvelyn Nichols
nidwell, a minor. Receipts nro $590.
73 and payments $138.20, leaving a
balance of $158.23 due the urd. Tho
Inventory shows the estate to be
valued at $7273.73.
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sonic foreign soldiers, though only of
tho bully type, in China who say that
the Chinese have no more courage than
a hen, nnd that any Kuiopean power
could put down the revolt. Personally
I don't believe that. Thero Is every sign
T I' w. $
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Ill -mm. I . td&xxrxlfofo
" If you don't want whitley lo get the belt of you, you must get
the best of whiskey,"
"I do hdy, but when a fellow's only got a nickel lie can't buy
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd,, eent..
Gambriiius Saloon j
ALAKBA ST., NEAR KING.
Everything Very Touching.
Beautiful gnrden scene containing coffee trees in full bearing, bananas '
and pineapples, all InsiJe. Everybody Invited.
Evening Bulletin, 75c pep month
Metropolitan Meat Co.
hnrdly cared about that. Further the
Chinese Government was pleased at
Russia's proposal to the Powers to
eacuato Peking after the relief of tho
legations, and Russia at tho present
moment has only 300 soldiers dn the that the revolt w 111 be really national.
wuoio oi i-cciiiii. Aiiugcuicr mu uus- a vast upheaval, and In such a case,
sians nave come very wen oui or me even If tho Chliicso wero not armed
business. They are very strong In
Manchuria, and, when the great revolt
comes the Chlneso will not worry to
drive them out of the province they
"Now, is there any sort of deflnito
optniun as to what will happen when
the Chinese revolt!"
"Of course, there Is. Tho revolt will
tnko place In winter, perhaps nftxt win
ter, when the northern ports are Ice
bound, nnd will urlsc In Pechlll. Iso
lated bodies of Kmopeans and Chris
tians will be massacred. Then the va-
110113 towns and positions where troops
uro win be besieged. The total garri
son In Pechlll noxt winter will be
7000, or whom 2000 will guard the le
gations, und the remainder be posted
at Shanghalwun, Tientsin and else
where on tho railway. It Is not bo
lleved that these garrisons will be cap
tured, for they occupy strongly forti
fied positions, amply provisioned, but
they will bo surrounded by hordes and
hordes of Chinese, and will not bo abbi
to stir outside their defense. Relief
must be sent to them by tho Powers.
The relieving armies will have to light
their wny through a country whero
every ditch will hide not n Iloxer but a
with an) thing more than clubs and
Etoncs. they could keep out Invaders."
"Hut Is nothing being done by thu
Kuropean to prevent or prepare for
"What can they do? What can
ICuropc do? I will tell you one thing,
however, large" numbers of Kuropeans
paitlrulaily tradespeople and mer-
bants, are leaving the country. Pe
king is already almost descited by this
class, and I may add that many of iho
diplomatists ate sorry that they can
not get away too.';"The Englishman,"
villagers are now known to possess, rifleman. Having rescued the bo-
sieged garrisons, tho armies will re
turn to the roast, and China will fall
bark Into tho civilization which pre
vailed before Kuropeans oarae upon tho
rifles nn'l ammunition, though it Is be
lieved that the distribution has been
most general In tho provinces of Shcn-
si, Shansl and Hunan.
P. O. BOX W5
THE OLDEST CHkHSE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Dolus la flu. Silks ul Gnu Linus. ChlnM tnl Jpiun Goods ot All Kids
i-aii Nuiitmi strut.
'Tho nrmlng of tho population of scene.'
North China is, of course, tho most t "You mean that all Europeans will
significant Indication of tho views of be driven out of China?"
tho Chlneso Government, but there are I "I nm speaking of rccblll. Russia
other facts almost ns alarming. The ' will never bo driven out of Jlanchurln.
Iloxev cult, or as It Is now called thu nud perhaps places llko Shanghai and
"Allied Vlllagcis" movement Is spread- Hongkong ulll always remain In
Ing throughout China, anil tho Allied European hands, fr'urthcr, of course,
vitiageis, ovciyiioily knows, nro lntcn-lt has to bo rememllcred that although
seiy nnil-rorcign. Again, If mo urn- a revolt Is probable, no. certain
neso wcro acting In cood faith, bow Is drift Into tho region of possibility
It that tho (lovernment has not qt only when jott contemplato what will
carried out a single one of tho condl happen after the revolt. Thcio am
Tho custom of drinking healths wus
III voeiio 1121 H. C. Some say they
arosuom Rowena. daughter of Hen
gist, drinking Prlneo VortlgernV
health In a golden cup, nt an enter
talumcnt about the year too, In con
formity with tho Scripture compli.
ment, "O, Ilng, llvo forovor." It Is
used now as a means of Introducing
dull speeches, tho r ;ct of which tho
listeners drown In bad liquor. It Is a
fact that ovory time wo drink a health
wo help to dnmago our own. Thf
proverb of "Drunk ns a Lord," was
originally "Drunk as a beggar." but
owing to tho prevalence of Intcmpcr
onro among tho nobility It was cluing
ed. According to Alderman llrndy's
account it will soon have again to he
rnangcu to as "Drunk ns a reporter."
but tlkiro aro same who think It would
riqulro no postponement to ninko
a vury forcible expression If wo worn
now to say. "As drunk as nn Aldor
man.' I'erhnps not. Exchange.
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