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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H. T , WEDNESDAY. JULY 23, 1902
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu.
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JII.Y 23. 1902
The expected rumors of discontent
Boer dissatisfaction with the terms o'
peace and predictions of further out
break at some ftiturn period arc com
ing from the Transaal There are
Jrrcconctlablcs In the ranks of all de
feated warriors It Is possible fo'
Great Britain to Inaugurate a polli
on which the fires of rebellion will
feed, but the remarkable prosporlt
South Africa Is entering upon will cov
er a multitude of governmental sln
and furnish balm for the wounds of a
Consul General Drags Is dancing on
n hot skillet bemuse he wrote his wlfo
that when Unite Sam got through tr
lng to make a whlstli out of n pigs
tall he would report whcthir he could
make an Anglo-Saxon out of a Cub.in
Uy some hook or irook this got Into
the newspapers, and while the diplo
mats at Washington and Havana are
trjlng to stralghtiu out the nflali,
rnanj Ameriians aie wondering wheth
it there Is not a good sized amount of
common sense In the tonsul s rmiark.
Hawaii etinds congratulations to
Congressman Mondill of Wjoming in
his successful canvass for rcnomlua
tlon. Nomination is practliall) elei
tlon In this Instance and Hnwall has a
personal Interest in having Mondell In
Congress to assist In the woiU for the
development of the Territory.
Reorganization of tho Cuban plant
era to tight for annexation lauscs no
surprise. It is one of the first moves
In the accomplishment of an Incvl
Since the adjournment of Oongies.,,
Desperado Trai) and the principals ol
the Jcffrlcs-ritzslmmons scrimmage
have Jumped to first plate In the pub
lie o c.
HOI CHIEFS TO BE
Tutulla, Samoa Juno 30 -Somi of
the leading chiefs of Manila, who re
solved to resist the dicislon of the High
Court In defining the custom of serv
ing out kavu, the S.unoun national
drink, havo been taken Into tiibtod)
by order of Captain Sebree of the Unit
ed States gunboat Wheeling and will
be tried for consplrnc). One of the ur
rested chiefs Is the district Judge, who
cave the minority opinion In the oil
nlnal proiiedlngs The alligul con
unlracy to defy the decision of the
Court was encouraged by Tuimaniia
me Governor and self-stilcd King. As
soon as he learned that Captain Scbiec
meant business he apologized and stat
ed that he aitid only aicoidlng to the
wishes of Manua people.
Now oik, July II The Pear) re
lief Btiamcr Wlndnaid lilt Pier No .
at Pavonla avinue, Jersc) C'lt)
C.25 n m )cstcida) for Cape Sub nc
in quest of Lieutenant It E Pcui) Uio
Arctic exploit! mid his puit)
Nuw quarters liuve lieui fitted tor
Mrs Peat), her little duuglitci Muili,
nud a maid, on tho stai board slilo ol
tbu main deck and the viHt.nl linn a
new engine capable of developing u'Mi
horsipovver A vast quantlt) of stores,
Including piovIhIouk clothing anV xd
tntlfic liistriiini ills, forms tho caiso.
Captain IlaitUtt and eleven men man
tho vossel nud it Is ixpcitcd that Capo
Sablno will lie uaihcd In about limn
weeks and that Llciitinant Peaiy will
bo awaiting Its arrival
Mrs. Peury, her daughter nnd null 1
will Join tho Windward at Sydne), and
after taking on a supply of coal them
a straight course will be set lor tbu
Thcro woh no demonstration an
three cats and four kittens on boaul.
The kittens were born on the ship ct
Thero w.as no demonstiatlon whci
tho Windward sailed, but the river
craft gave "her a farewell whistle as
W SIS NORTH
Boers Are Returning
From Their Exile
New York Tuly II Showing still
the scars of hard-fought battles on the
Veldt and with faces bronzed by long
exposure to the sun In" South Africa
and In llrltlsh prison camps, eight,
two lloer soldiers nrrlved here todaj
from Bermudi on the Quebec liner Pre
toria In the part) were twenty ofU
ccrs, innn of whom were conspicuous
In the South African lampaign Atnon,;
them were General A. I Cronje broth
cr of the famous leader captured at
1'aardcberg and General J 11 Wea
sels, Others In the part. were P J,
Stcjn brother of ex-Presldeut Sten
of the Orange Frio State, Joubcrt
Itcltz, son of the former Secretnrj ol
State of the Transvaal, O A 1'rnzcr,
Stejns private sccrctarj , J Do VII
llcrs, State Attorney of the Free State,
Held Cornet N Kerrelra. General Van
Veldcn of General Ilotha's staff and
Commandant Kclsers llesldcs Doers,
the part) Included n few foreigners
who cunnot go back to the veldt be
cause the llrltlsh Government has de
creed so, and two Amerlinns, J L.
Mnllor of lloston and Michael Hal
lop of Nevada, who don't want to go
back an) bow
The lloer officers were takcu to tlm
Union Square Hotel by W I) Sn)man
of this city, who described himself as
a Cape rebel He said he hoped to
make an appointment with President
ltooscvclt to sec some of them before
Saturday, when most of them will sal)
None will remain here permanently,
the few foreigners being mostl) Hul
landers who will go to Holland
London, Jul) II Perhaps ncvei hna
a ihangc of Premiership been effected
with to little dislocation to business,
ilther public or private as accompani
ed tin transfer of the teals of office
from Lord Sallsbur) to A. J Ilalfour.
The occurrence hail no elTcct whatever
on the Stock Exihange The onl) oth
er iliange 111 the Cabinet thus far nn-
riMitiii.il tlm CMiimrnllni nf lh(, l.
iheciuei though others are foreshadow-
The publti showed little Interest in
the mietlug of Ualfoui s followers
v.lilch was summomd foi noon The
ucw Prcmlci when bo cnteied the con
ference room of the Foreign Office ac
companled b) the Uuko of Devonshire
Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Lord Lon-
donderr) and otlurs, reiolved quite nil
ovation. When Ualfuut urosc to ad-'cut
dress tho meeting all agalu ktood up Bamo m China, said Minister Wu Ting
and cheered the new chief l'ang today, discussing his return to
Ilalfour lefcrred to the loss of tlm china and tho appolntmeut of his sifc
servkes of the chief who for nearl) tc8B0Ij ar Uang Chen. "Why, 1 am
0ft) )cars had been engaged In active .,.,,,.,!, coufcss 1 go with regret,
political life. No one. he said, would
begrudge him his well earned icposi
though his loss was lircp.nable
Canal Diplomacy Put
Over for Summer
Washington Jul) IS A definite ar
rauguiiciit which will shelve (he Pan
una cnn.il matter In Us diplomatic
phase until the return of Sicri'Ur)
Hu) from his summer vacation will be
fTcclid Iffis believed before the end
of the current week While Mr Croni
well for tho Panama Canal Companv,
lias been busll) engaged In questions
dealing with the clcarumo of title, be
nor Concha tho Colombian Minister
nnd Mr llcrran first secretnr) of ng-v
tlon have boon Informing tho Colum
blnn Government of the status of the
dlplonfatlc negotiations There nro
quite a number of Important Iss'ica
hinging on the quesliun uf soveielwt)
which must bo reconciled, and Seinr
Concha has sent several cablegrams
to Ilogota explaining to the officials
Ihore the modifications which must be
made In the treaty before It can lo
finally presented for signature A 10
ply to these communications Is expect
ed b) the 'fillister before tho en I ol
the week, no cable communication be
tween Washington and tho Colombian
rapital has been exceeding!) good (1
GATES CORN CORNER
Chicago Jul) 15 The famous John
V Gates lorner on Jul) torn tame lo
111 nhr.it termination tuda) when M
liKiiiiu known that slums to an c
tint of a good million bushels hud c(
icrlid pilvatc settlements with Harm
Hates i Co, ami that the dial was nt
an uid so fur as tho steel magnate n.u
loniirnid The Jul) pilco lespond'd
to the settlement by u quick drop o(
15 3 4 cents to 1,5 1 I tents Lutei it
IKoveicd u fraction and closed at
G j 1 J ctnts, substantially the price of
tho (ush artlclo.
Just how muii) bushels were subject
lo pilvnte settlement will piobably
never be knuwii lien Is there much
cliaiue that tho idcntlt) of tho 'big
fellows' In tho trade wlio doubtless
loutt United llberall) lo the foi limes of
Uates and the ft lends ussoelated wltb
him In tun dial will over bo posltlvily
lnown Gates Is ut presiut In No-,
otl, nud Hiottes, manager loi the
Gates Harris house would admit onl)
tbu fact of a settlement b) the o t
standing shorts Even the fatt of a
termination of the July dial was lelt
largely to Inference. Hut tho trajo
readily figured ttlat, with tho shuns
practlcull) all in nothing In the shape
of a corner could exist.
CONVEYED ON BOARD
ROYAL YACHT AT C0WES1
Royal Patient Makes the Journey
Without Suffering Unusual Fatigue
Accompanied By the Queen
Improving. London, Jul) 15. King Edward left
Victoria station nt II 33 o'clock this
morning for Portsmouth The King
wns convc)ed from Ilucklngham Pal
ace to the rallvva) station In an nmbu-1
lance drawn by two horses The otil) I
other occupant of the ambulance wae
CJiieen Alexandra Tho vehicle was I
drawn at a walking pace Although
there was a small crowd nt the station, i
1 there was no demonstration. In com
pliance with the express wish of tho
King The doitors and nurses awaited
the arrival of the ambulance and a
party of bluejackets removed his ma
jesty from the vehicle to a ro)nl
saloon car formerly used by tho late
Queen Victoria. Absolute privacy was
secured h) n lofty screen of red plush
which surrounded the platform.
Portsmouth, July 15 King Edward
arrived here from London before 2 p
m. Tho removal of his majesty from
the train to the ro)al yacht, Victoria
and Albert, wns safely accomplished
by bluejackets and the King's couch
was placed In a icceptlon room which
had been specially constructed on tho
upper deck The warships In the har
bor fired a ro)nl salute ns the King em
barked and nil the vessels dressed ship
nd manned )nrds or decks The ro)nl
niht steamed off almost lminedlntel)
after the transfer was completed
Cowes. Isle of Wight, Jul) 15 The
ro)al )acht having on hoard King Ed
ward. Queen Alexandra and the Prln
i esses anchored In Cowes roads toda)
nl 1 20 p m , after a short cruise east
ward It was officially given out this
evening that the King was not fatigued
by the Journey nor In the least dis
tressed Id the transfers, nnd that his
majesty expressed great pleasure at the
Washington, Jul) 14. 'Get my had
off? No, no. Things are not Pie
account of niau) friends I havo in
America. Yet I shall bo glad to bcc
in) native land once more. My work
in revising and codlflng the laws and
udnptlng foreign laws to China will oc
cup) two )cnr or more.
"How Yow? Oh, ho will remain in
San Pianclsco, I suppose Tho tact
that he ts my brother In law does ioi
make his head drop Into tbu basket, :i
oii suj here That Is oul) an icl
' Wh) do )ou nsk questions about
ni) life' Ever) thing has been print I,
bo that )ou ran see it Hut I nm golnjj
to write a book on my life, belter thuii
an) thing printed You would like to
lead It, wouldn't jou Da )ou think
Americans would like to read m nu
loblogiaph)? Ah, I am afraid soui;
people will novel understand "
MAY RECALL BRAGG
Havana, July 14 Consul Gen -r.il
Iirugirsa)s the publication of tho al
leged statement by him In a letter to
his wife that "Uncle Sam might as
well tr) to make a whistle out of a
pig's tall as to try lo do an) thing with
tho Cubans," was wholly unwarranted
Ho has telegraphed to the Stato De
partment that he was not accurately
quoted What General Ilingg said was,
that whin Undo Sam got through try
lng to make a whistle oul of a plg'a
tall be would report whether ho could
make an Anglo Saxon out of a Cuoan
What he wrote wns In a private per
tonal Icttei to his wlfo, without the e
pulatlon of lis publication As n iiulr
Ik offlin in the tonsillar sirv lie of the
United StaUs, General Ilragg said ho
would nut nuthoiizo any suih stue
uicnt Tor public nllon What ho thinks
of the CiiTJuns he will icport to the up
pointing power In Washington
CiiIiiiim here are Inclined to accept
Geuenil lliaggs statement that bo
was not concctl) quoted.
I-AtYlOlIS TOWLI! I-'ALLH.
Venice Jul) 1 1 Hie Campanile (de
tached bell towci) of St Marks
Chinch nlnet) -eight meters high, col
hpted at 10 40 o clock this morning
ami foil with a great irash into tbu
pluzzu The Campiullo, wlilib was en
tile!) detaihed fiom Itho athcd)al
collapsed wheie It stood and Is now a
heup of mills Clone Investigation
showed that the stiuiture In falling
tuuled away the Sansovlno loggctta
uud the llbrniy of tho ici)ul palace.
Lee Unlike), tho nitlst, was born in
Chestei, Hngland, but he has ncei
it pic tin e of uny bceno In Cheshire or
North Wales, although his boyhood was
spent In these placts
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin office.
flails IE dspfe
LEAVES HIH RUE,. &
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INCUBATORS AND BROODER8
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that Petaluma Incubators and Brooders nro made of tho best lum
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Is of the highest grade, and tl oreforo these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho same relative position
to nil other Incubators and Droodcrs that the mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees. fw
It Is worth jour while to nad In our late catalogue "A Dlt of
Incubator History." You may havo a catalogue freo by writing
for It. An Involco of assorted sizes just received by the
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New York, July 1C One of the most
lemarkable campaigns In commercial
history has been Inaugurated by, tho
Board of Trade of Lynn, Mass , sajs a
Boston dlspatih to tho Times. It has
opened communication with all United
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and Is securing from them detailed re'
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