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EVBN1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, H.
T., FRIDAY, AUOUST 8. 1902.'"
RATES FOR WANT ADS.
Adi In this column will be Interted S.J
I DO YOU WANT ANYTHING?
If ma rnnailfft than column.
EVERYDAY WANTS AND BUSINESS DIRECTORY
HAWAII'S GREATEST OPPORTUNITY FOR LARGE RETURNS ON SMALL INVESTMENTS
8 If you want employee or If youo
Per line, one Insertion . ...15o
H want employment.
Per line, two Imertloni . ...25o
Per line, one week .30o
Per line, two weeks 40o
Per line, one month 60o
Thl la thn ehtanptt arfvitrtlilnn
If you want lodging or boarding,
or have them to let. If you
want to rent rooma advertise
In the Bulletin Want Columns.
Advertise any want you have
and advertise your business.
8 ever offered the people of Honolulu. if
WANTED Office work by well c.lll
cated man. Address X. X , this of
fice. 2215 lw
IN THESE HOT DAYS the only thins
that brings comfoit nml refreshing
coolness Is Pachcco's Dandruff Kill
er. At Union llnrbcr Shop.
DOWERS' MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AGENCY Compe
tent watchmen furnished for litis!
ness houses nml residences Office,
178 Berctanla St, Til White 991,
P. O. Ilox 2S4.
WANTED To purchase upright piano
Address, stating price, etc, "J,"
P. O. box 832. 2213 tf
FOR SALE One Inrge bay horse, suit
able for express wngon, hack or fain
lly use and two wagons, one nearly
now Addriss O II this offfce
FOR SALE Pine lot on College Hli's,
100 x 150, cash, $1100. W. L. Eaton,
GASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, In
perfect condition. Apply to M. L
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd, telephono white
2321, or to Castle S. Lansdale, Stan
genwald Bldg. 2105 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter.
cuts up to six Inches; all now ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. Y II. Pain,
Punahou. 2126 tt
FOn 8ALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
THREE nicely furnished mosquito
proof rooms. 1100 Punchbowl St
FOR RENT House on slopes of
Punchbowl, four bed rooms, mosqui
to proof; electric lights; barn and
servants quarters. Address O. Y
Bulletin office. 2117-lw
FOR RENT Most desirable cottage In
city , C rooms; furniture for sulu as
a whole or In part. Second cottage
south of Lunalllo opp Hackfeld St
FOR RENT Six room cottage, sen
ants' quarters and nice grounds; Lu
nalllo St near Pensncola Honolulu
lnestment Co. Ltd, Judd Illdg,
FOR RENT Five room cottage on
South St , $17 per month Honolulu
Investment Co, Ltd, Judd Illdg
NEARLY new modern C room cottage
with bath, electric lights. Apply 1400
Emma St. 2214 lw
TO LET Airy mosquito proof suite,
furnished; board If desired. 144 Bcr.
ctanla Ate. near Port. 2207 tt
FOR RENT Room 303 Judd bulldln;.
Apply room 3C9. 2199 tf
LILIHA ST. $15 house, 5 r. nnd bath,
F. J. Russell, Magoon bldg. 2198 tl
TO LET Cottages, all modern im
provements; $10 to $20. Apply lo
A. Q. Cunha, 2d house above Mor
mon Church. 2202-lin
FOR RENT Two elegant suites it
rooms, suitable for office or living.
Metropole bldg, Alakca St. Apply
Honolulu Investment Co., Ltd., Judd
Mdg. 2201 tt
TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, Mc-
Ictyro Building, formerly occupied
by VIckery's Art Exhibit Apply to
E. F. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
O LET Itoomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water ana all modern
Improvements, "'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 8019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Mrs.
MrConnefs Garden lni 20RK-U
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'8 COURT Most centrally lo
cated mosquito proor rooms in town;
$2 50 and up per week; Adams lane.
Mrs. J. Duggan, Prop.
NO. 1. RICE STRAW
FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE No. 1
rice straw for sale, or will exchange
for stable manure Enquire Qouws
Sing Loy or at plantation Mollllll.
LOST Many thousands of dollars
through neglecting to bavo stock
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In
vestment Co, represent four of tho
strongest fire Insurance companies.
Weekly edition of the Bulletin, $1 a
Hnvo your machine nut In condition
for neat work. We repair tho bet
nnd cheapest. For positions leave
your address wIRi us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
nt Cottage Oroe.
Kheroom COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Deach; 18 years to run.
Good bathing. $7S to $100 per
COTTAGE, barn, bath house, all now,
at the Beach; $S00; terms $130
down, bilance, $23 per month on 18
F. E. KING,
Cottage Grove, King Street.
WATERHOUSE & PODMORE, 39 S
King St, cor. Bethel, are offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooma at Walklkl.
RESIDENCE of Fred. T. P. Water
house, Wylile St, Nuuanu Valley,
near the Hapld Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
FOUND Insurance against tho break
age of plate glass at The Honolulu
Investment Co. 2051-tf
home hi m
Fiom tbu balron of a Japanese ten
cment house on the Ewu side of the
bridge on Deri tanla street. Homo Utile
orators held forth last night to a rath
cr mixed audience, composed of white
people, Hawallans, Chinese, Japanese
and what not. Wilcox. Kalauokalnnl
Jr and Cnypless were thu spealurs.
and John Baker the Interpreter, who
dhl the specchi k Into English, Chinese
Wilcox harped on the mum old fray
id strings or the Inoculation of the
Hawaiian children with the genus of
lepms) lotten salmon and lottin other
things nt thu Li per Settlement, and
other Kindred matters
lteferrlng to the Pain tramways bill,
Wilcox said that In ordei to havo a
good system ol rapid trani.lt In Illi
cit It was necessary thut there should
be competition The Rapid Tran.it
Company, If allow cd to pi on ml ou Its
present course would soon lio having
curtain cars loi white peoplii und oth
ers for natives .Mr Pain hud always
been a supporter of thu inoiiatchy and
he had In in with the people nnd al
ways would be Will ox sttaed further
that It was his Intent I u to go before
the Commission fiom the Si uato that
would arilve keie shortly und tell tho
members of the stnto of affairs exit
ing here They would sunly listen to
the voice of the people.
Caypless spoke of the gre. things
Wilcox had done In Washington nnd
young Kuluuokalanl spoke In the same
AKONA OF WAIMEA.
Akona. one of the almost hermits of
the secluded ulleys of the Wnlmea dis
trict on Hawaii, and, but for whom,
however, many a footsore. If wit horse
soie, and hungry traeler from. Koliala
to tho Klnau, at Kawallme, would bo
both houseless and supperless, Is pay
ing a brief -lslt to this city, from tho
mountain vlow of Manna Kea, on tho
margin of which point, his hotel Is sit
uated. It Is rarely that this Walirialto ls
Its Honolulu, and his sojourn here can
not well go unnoticed by tho newspa
per peoplo who, either personally or
uy proxy, have been tho recipients of
Ills lato financial troubles bae been
most honorably settled, as, eviiccd by
tho willingness displayed by his cred
itors to call "all bets off," and Akona
still remains supremo as a bqst, and
tho only host, between Kohala and
Walmac, or between Kawallme and
tho same point.
Dyspepsia can oe, and Is cured by
tho use of PAIN-KILLER. This Is the
most wonderful nnd valuable medicine
ever known for this disease; its action
upon the system Is entirely different
from any other, preparation ever
known The patient while taking this
medicine may eat anything the appetite
craves. Avoid substitutes thero Is but
one Paln-Klller, Perry Davis', Price
25c. and SOc
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Earthquake of Big
Santa Barbara, July 3L-rAt a lato
hour tonight all thoie who are left In
Los Alamos arc huddled mound a
large bonfire awaiting the break of
day. No one Is so brae as to entir
his home nnd remain there during tho
night. No damage Is announced from
the 7 30 o'clock quake, but develop
ments are expected tomorrow
Santa Barbara July 31. Terror
reigns In the Los Alamos valley, ono
of the most lmportuut ills 1ets In the
northern section of Santa Birbaiu
-ounty. Since an early hour this
morning Los Alamos has been the ecu-
er of the most severe seismic dls-
nrboncis that hnve visited the Paelflo
'oast In several years, the shocks io-
urrlng at close Inteivuts Nearly ono
undrcd bau ocmirrod already, und
ach seems to be moic violent than
lose piecedlug. the heaviest of all
occurring tonight shortly after
At an early hour this mm nl, g theie
was n shock which Jnired all or South
em California, and nt Los Angolci,
where It was most seeie, buildings
were demolished nnd the residents
who had tho coinage to leturn to
their homes after the previous shocks,
rushed luto the streets in the wildest
terror. Los Alamos is now being do
serted as fast as railroads and other
means of transportation can be press
ed Into service There will be very
rew people, Indeed, In the place by to
Throughout the day tho earth eontln
ued to tremble, with occasional shocks
which gave forth a repoit as froi the
discharge of n cannon During the
afternoon the citizens telephoned to
tho railroad company which is operat
ing the nnrrovv gauge line, with heal
quarters at San Luis Obispo, nsklnj
that spicinl relief trains bo dispatch
cd to them at once.
At 4 o'clock n message was received
saying that n special train containing
fourteen cars would be sent to the
stricken district nt once. Meanwhile
the outgoing regular train was crowd
ed to thu platforms with passcngeis
endeavoring to reach n place of safety,
while the highways leading toward
San Luis Obispo and other neighboring
points were filled with thu loaded vo-
hides of those who possessed that
means of transportation.
Heroism of Telephone Girl.
At "13 o'clock tonight, whllo the
Chronicle representative was talking
with Miss Mamie Leslie, thu agint for
the telephone company at Los Alamos,
a heavy shock occurred, the Bound of
which could be dearly heaid ivei tho
wire Stricken with terror. Miss Les
llo rushed nway fiom her post, return
lug five minutes later to answer the
call. She was weeping at the time, as
she oplalned that the shock had beeii
so severe that she lushed luto thu
street, expecting that the walls of the
building would surely rail on her.
Miss Leslie Is a daughter of K, Les
lie, who Is an attorney of prominence
In Santa Barbara county. Mr. Lcsllo
und his family deserted the place early
this morning', leaving their home and
everything behind them. Miss Lcsllo
was urgid to accompany them, but she
was determined to leniain faithfully
at her post, and declares that she will
continue at the telephone office as
long as the wires can bo operated.
Earth Gives Out Great Heat.
Itepotts from Los Alamos state that
since the beginning of the trouble tho
temperature In that section has been
most oppressive, as much heat appar
ently coming from the earth as from
the sun. which, for the most part of (Subsequent shocks wero felt closer t0 'Possible to perform literary labors,
the time, has been shining brightly. I Los Alamos and tonight the center or i iIrs' stoJllll''ll 'a suffering from In
Wltu the first shock this morning, the disturbances is south of tho latter ' ,,llenza Her condition Is serious She
buildings In every part of the town place. Indicating that tho earthquake '" the autnor ' "Book of Hours," and
i the novels "The Mnrppnsnna " -'Tim
Tracy An Unwelcome Guest
SpoKane, Wush , July 31. A Wen
utcheo special to the Spokesman-Review
says. From 10 o'clock yesterday
morning until 9 nt night Harry Tracy'
was an unwelcome guest at the ranchl
ot vv. a. sanuersand s. J. McEldowney took from a sheep camp In the moun- ll"u namo "? tne Lucanyan Indians,
six miles down tho Columbia river. I tains and the third was given htm by a who wero wlttl Columbus when he dls
Traey came out of the Cascades riding prospector. covered- It.
onu norse, pacKing anomer and leaning
a third In reserve. He carried a rlflo
iuu iu iuvuivc'ib. no iook uinnnr me outlaw with this side of the moun
nnd supper at the ranch, having tho tains wns brought here last night. Sam
men well covered with his rifle. Evans, who lives fifteen miles north
Toward evening he forced McEldow- of Ellensburg. made a statement to
ney to bring him two fresh horses and Sheriff Brown that last Monday a man
turn loose his Jaded animals He then came to his cabin and said that he wns
iook banners' saddle and ordered Mc-
Uldownoy to go with him to n hand
ferry ten miles down the Columbia, but
Mrs McEldowney began to cry, so
Tracy said ho would not insist on that
that nnd left alone Ho threatened
thut If his presence was made known
he would return and do some killing.
He headed south He tallied exactly
with Tracy's description, oven to tho
tumbled down. The roof of thu Pres-
byterlan Church, a large and substan-
urn structure, was completely ruined,
falling In upon the pews, while tho
rear wall was thrown a distance of
about eight Indus from Its foundation.
Fred W. Wlekenden, who conducts
n scnernl merchandise s tore, suffered
the greatest loss, w tilth he estimates
at $2,000 The rear brick wall or hi
store taved In, allowing a portion of
the roof to fall, nnd n considerable
aiiioii.it of crockery which was shelved
In that part of the store was totally de
ft loy id Shelving which was nailed to
the brick wall fill, and had the con
ti tits of the store been thrown down a
strip predplic the di strut tlon could
rot have been more complete Every
thing In the store- Is In a heap.
Narrowly Escaped Death.
Wit kenilen's i lerk and bookkeeper
had n narrow escape from diath. Ho
was asleep at the time In the rear of
tht stole ami the wall fell within a
f. vv feet of him He succeeded in
irnwling mil unlnjuied Wltkendcns
home, n block distant was also badlv
damagtd The chimney nil through
ihe roof, breaking lonslilirnU'c rural
tine, nnd there was nothing tlut was
dcstruttlble that csinptd
Tin- loi drug store, owned by Har
ry II Harris, ami whlth ndJMns tho
Wliktnden store, Is also n total wreck.
The only m tides that scaped di struc
tlon wire those that were In drawers
The shelving caved In and tnero Is a
pruntl mixture or drags, toilet articles,
1 roken glass and show cases. Ills loss
Is estimated at $1,300.
Justice or the Penie Knhn who also
conducts n snloon. is nunthcr heavy
loser, nllhls bottled goods, glasses.
Hi., bcltfg destroy nl C. II. l'lerson,
another merchant, minVied about tho
snmij loss as did the Wlekenden store
Max King, also a merchant, lost about
Deputy District Attorney Leslie's or
flci was completely wrecked. Ills sare.
which was securely set In tho wnjl.
was thrown from Its position and fell
on Its side. Lesllei's homo was badly
damaged nihil. A house owned by Dr.
('rah am of Lompoc was demolished,
'lie ihlmney fell through the roor,
tearing nua every thing In Its de'set nt.
Walls caved In and a big water tank
eonplcted tile destruction. The fani
lly was not at homo.
It is Impossible to glvo the names of
nil those who suffered damage, but
there Is not a chimney stnnding In tho
tew n and not a house, store nor any
iiuutiing that did not suffer some dam
age Kvciy water tank is down In tho
Rumbling and Crashing.
The ilrst shock, which occurred at
1 20 o'clock was followed by about a
dtuen more at Intervals up to this
irornlng The general dliectlon of the
shock, as was tht ease last Sunday
and Monduy was north and kouth ,At
ociock a tiispatcn was received In
Santa Barbara from Los Alamos that
the tuith was quaking heavily, tlionir1"3 Parent" n not living. He had,
was filled with rumbling sounds, which
were at times broken by deafening
clashes. Thuro Is a continual rum
bling sounil from tho tuith. nirtl tho
hi at was reported to bo Intense tbno
houre after sundown. Captain Harris,
onu of the best known pioneer resi
dents of this tounty, was paralyzed
und rendered speechless by one of tho dar(1' na attracted great sympathy- to
shocks. the venerable poet, who has known
The first shock this morning was mucu ' aonow In his dccllng yeais.
felt with most severity in the neigh- Although his mental faculties are un
obrhood of tho Carreaga oil district, 'Paired, Stoddard's eyesight U such
ubout four miles frnm l.n Aiamn. I that he cannot read and he finds It Im-
molo on his face. He cave n ramnitt.
. -. L, . . '
utiuum ui ins experiences since cscap-
-, a r. , . .. .. .
us iriiiu oaiem, inciuuing tlio Killing
of Merrill nnd his narrow escape fiom
capture nt Seattle,
He sold that two of the horses ho
Ullcnsljurg, Wash , July 31. Tho
first Tracy story definitely conectlng
Tracy. Ho had a 30 30 rlflo nnd two re-
volvers Ho pointed a gun at Evans
nnd compelled him to furnish him with
food The stranger showed Evans a
wound In tho back of his. head and
said thut ho was shot by a member of
a posse on the west side Ho asked
and'T, 'TV? "'""VU
nnd rode off, but first warned Evans
not to give him uway.
Is somewhat of a migratory nature and
is leaded toward the extreme south-
ern portion of tho State Only one
shock was felt In Santa Barabara, that
vhlch occurred early this morning,
. ohn Tt. Drum of Drum Canyon arriv
ed In Los Alamos from his ranch, and
he states that the Drum grade is al
most Impassable, great bowlders being
scutterod nlong the road
In Santa Maria and Lomrjoe.
The shock was not as heavy nt
Santa Maria as the Sunday night
quake No damage was done The big
deck In the Hart Hotel was stopped
a tew minutes after 11 o'clock
Within the limits of Lompoc very
little damnge was done but consider
aLle Is reported from the district
northeast of the river. Several chim
neys are down, and water tanks wero
destroyed on many ranches. The In
ert aacd flow of the river continues, nl
though It was not increased by last
r.lpht s disturbance A report recelv
ic from Lompoc at 8.43 o'clock tonight
states that the residents of that city
nre In a state of great alarm and that
n'eny people are leaving hourly.
May Be a Volcano's Mouh.
In view of the knowledge that this
aectlou of the Pacific Coast bears ev
tiy evidence ot being of a volcanic na
turo and the warnings given by scteu
tibts that eruptions from some of the
rrountalns of the threo ranges which
extend nlong the southern coast aro
not improbable, much Interest is cen
tered tfpon the territory In which Zaca
lake Is situated. The bed of the lake
lies at one of the highest points or tho
San Rafael range of mountains, on the
northeast corner of the Laguna Ian
cho, and there Is no question that the
Immense cavity In which the beautiful
body of water Is contained was at one
time the mouth of a volcano. There
Is no vlslblo' source of suppr of tho
great quantities or water that contin
ually How Into the lake, and those who
have studied tho conditions most
closely nre convinced mat there are
several large springs In th bottom ot
the lake, many or which nre hot. Tho
temperature or the water In the lake,
which Is nover lower than 80 degrees,
supports the theory that the lake is
red rrom springs which send forth
streams or boiling water.
BERKELEY BOY DEAD.
Yokohama. July 10 The death oc
curred here yesterday- of a popular
young American, Earle C. Swan, who
succumbed to appendicitis Swan was
only 23 years of age. He was an Amer-
can and fame out here In the autumn
of 1839. Ho was a graduate of tho Pnl
verslty of California, nnd came hero
for his health. At one time ho was a
teacher In the Department of Commun
ications at Toklo, and received tho dec
oration of the Fourth Order of .Merit
from the Emperor for his services
there Later, he was secretary of tho
lokohama Engine nnd Iron Works,
however, a brother and sister In Cali
MRS. STODDARD ILL.
New York, July 29 The critical 111
ness of Mrs. Elizabeth Diew Dai stow
Stoddard, wife of Richard Henry Stod-
the novels "The Morgensons'
Men" and "Temple House.'
BEAUCHAMP A LIBERAL.
London, July 31. Announcement Is
made that Earl Beauchamn has Joined
the Liberal League. This defection
from the Conservative ranks, coming
at a moment when excitement Is rlto
""f the Liberal victory In the North
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Pfin.lflnpnliln nl.,n.t In ....11.1-..! , 1
""""'v imnw m yumum cir
The island of Cuba was known by
t i. . r.
Alden Electric "Belt'
pensory !s gua'anteed
all thtwuntl.t proper-
ties of the eSDenslve belts now- sold be-
doctors and 'efruggt.N. It gives a very
,,,onE 'urr'nt of electricity and Is easily
EFH'J ?ltoTTJtf "?' Can
& noTscott.Ufe?e .l
Pierce Electric Co , jo6 Post St., San
Frac-cUco Sent free to Hawaii (or 85.00
KELLETT A ROBINSON Attorneys E, . KAAI Teacher of string Instru-
at-Law; Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon ments; studio. Love bldg, Fort St.
bldg ; 'Phone Main 163. Telephono Main 231.
', M. BROOK8--Attomey; rooms 9-10, MILLINERY.
Spreckel. bldg; Tel. Main 344. HAWLEY,a MILLINERY PARL0R3-
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kas, The latest In millinery, etc.; Boston
umanu St; Tel. t81 Main. bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
1. M. DAVID80N Attorney at-Law; PLUMBING.
109 Kaahumanu St. .
' ANTONE PILARES & CO. Plumbers
BUILDER8. and Tinsmiths. Alt kinds of sanl-
- tary work. Sewer connections a
McDONALD & LANGSTON Contract- specialty. Charges to suit the
org and Builders; 1U8 Union Bt times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
BICYCLE REPAIRING, T"' Blue 1862'
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union SL, opp. PHYSICIANS.
Pacific Club; sundries, etc. QR 8L0QQETt Eye, Ear, Nose and
' Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm-
BROKER3. nry, Alakea Bt. Hours 9 a. m. to
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room " m-
4. Bprect-.cls bldg. dr. WM. O. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nose
CARRIAQEs and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO. ' REAL ESTA'l E.
Fine carriages, wagons, harness , . .
and whips; Berctanla near Fort Bt. P. E. R. STRAUCH ncal Estate
handled to best advantage; houses
CLOTHIiC. rented; loans negotiated; money lm-
THl' KA8H CO, LTD. Two stores vested on best securities. 32 Camp-
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel. hdl. Blpck, 316 Fort street.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Ber
ctanla and Miller; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist: Fort and Hotel
Sts.; Ons administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TAN N ATT Civil and
electrlcnl engineer; office, room
Spreckcls Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Main 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping: room 2. Ellto bldg.
MERCHANTS' PAhCFL DELIVERY.
Bethel St.. onn. Waverlev hlk TaI
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNE8S AND 8ADDLERY.
CALIFORNIA HARNESfa 8H0P Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables: P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182
St. opposite Pacific Club. Newly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof; I
electric lights; hot and cold water; j
mi..u5s muie ooara. Mrs. liana,
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and!
wuicumaKer; 63U ton SL; Love
bldg.; latest In novelties.
SL nr. Hotel.; TeL
COOK'S MUSIC SCHOOL Lovo bldg..
will hold summer terra during Jutv
and August. 2200 tf
NNIS MONTAGUE TURNER-Vocal
a ..... . V ;?V wi
"Mlgnon,' 1024 Bereta-!
"OLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Kaal's stufllo; Tel. M. 231. I
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Music for
all occasions. Leave orders Berg
Strom Musle Co ; J. 8. Ellis. Mgr,
AT CAPE HAiTlrJ
Washington, July 29 The following
cablegram, elated today, was received
ot tho Navy Department this afternoon
from Commander McCrea of the Ma
chlas, which arrived at Cape Haytlen
"Affairs aro very much dlsturhe,! n
e.npe naytien. Unorganized mob In
the city. Foreign consuls have been
threatened, will give protection on
board, i will prevent bombardment
without due notice."
Tho State Department has no best
Nation In fully approving the energetic
and sufficient action of Command"
McCren in tnbin -.,.- . . ..',.
consuls nn.i i ,, .i.. . ,. t..h
".-""" "- " " """lUUlll-
mem without warning, Tho American
. . . "' --- V,VUM
and foreign Interests In Cape Haytlen
uro large, and an American Captain Is
required by tho unwritten law to look
after the life and property of other
foreign residents, ns well as Americans
In such cases It Is said that the rule
or international law, as well as tho dic
tates of humanity, require that proper
notice be given before a bombardment,
In order that women, children nnd non
combatants may leave the town nnd
cniry off their personal belongings.
DIRECTOR CHINESE COMMERCCE.
Peking, July 2?. Chang Tung. Vlco
roy of Hankow has been appointed DI
uctor or Coinenuce This office was
(list bestowed upon LI Hung Chang
shortly before his death It wns In
tended to muko It an Important bureau
out the duties nnd Jurisdiction of tho
office wete never defined.
The Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
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Emmett May Secretary
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