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HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1911.
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DOORS OF SHANGHAI BANKS
An In Tut luted mob of pcoplo utorm
nj tlio luim-il lion khIcm which gn.inl
the poitnlii of inniiy of tho iimlnviit
fln:iiicl:il Institutions of Shansliiil,
China, nt Die tltno of tho lirlcf May
of tlio I'iicMo Mull liner Koica ut tho
China ioil, mid while no lilooilihcl
in rciKiitcd liy Iho Htcnniflilp iiMcon,
tho spcclnclc of thouK.inils of Chlnoso
"jwnmntry, IiirrIiik nw ly lliclr III t lo
liniiril of llcr was one which may
lie rarely duplicated.
While the bIrIiI of rcfiisccs nrrMng
fiom Hankow, carrying all their
uorlilly posnoKnlonii with them for tho
iisihIh of which It , proposes to enn-i-trnct
the now cnnetltn'lnn of China.
It wan Hiilitnltled to the throne ami
nitoptcil Immcillattly. The tentative
plan provides for tho perpetuity of
ho Mmichii dynasty, 1ml the iKwcr of
tho cinicror la closely restricted by
the constitution which Is lo bo will-
Itnn by the national nssembly nnd will-
Tiidtnl nnd nearly nil the olllclula had 'ccl ,0 nmendment by Parliament,
icmovpil their families Into the Sot- Tho Imperial princes are made ln-
tlcinents, nnd Hint the soldiers wcro HkII'Io lo the offlees of ptemlcr.mem-
roIiib to kill tho neoi.lo. All these I'cra of tho cabinet ami ndmlnlstralors
stories havo natiirnlly wroiiRbt tho',
people up to n high stato of excite
mont ami produced a situation which
calls for vigilant uliscvntlnn.
Many Banks Suspend Payment.
ICIght banks nro ic ported to have
suspended payment of Mexican coin
age. Tho chief among them are Shlng
Chen and Shlng Nib. (Chcklang Pro
vincial Hanks), Yno Nlng (Nanking
(lovomment Hank) nnd tho NlngMi
Coiiunerclnl Hank. Tho Imperial Hank
most pint, attracted much attention jof China wns besieged till late In the
in nnanKinu, mis ipeciacio Mm not
eompnie with what was witnessed on
tho premises of tbo various banks.
iMth native ami foreign. Tho nish lo
pet silver for notes continued with
Inci cased force, mi much so that In
tho caily fmenonti messages weie
sent to tho police for special guards.
Ah ii result of this, the men who
had been on night duty, principally
Sikhs and foiclgncrs, were sent on
duty, most of them armed. At all the
bunks there was a big crowd, lint It
was at the office of tho Imperial Hank
ot China that tho largont number ap
peared to assemble. 8o great wnstho
crush that to cope with the demand
it was found necessary to close the
main doors and let the icopto enter
In batches. They came out hugging
lliclr 'dollars' In cloth lius, while
those who had to wait some tlmo bo
loio getting In, woro for tho gicatcsl
p.ut a resigned look.
"War News" Is Muchly Censored.
It was stated that it great
deal mii the .so-rnlled "war news"
emanating from Shanghai, Chcfoo or
Tientsin Is eetisoied ilnilcr the direc
tion of fiencral Yin Chang, who holds
all three lines leading out of Poking,
is well as exeiclsiug considerable ro
blralnt on messages Died at tho cable
otlU'cs. It Is claimed Hint It was lin
pcMsllilo lo get a private nipssog"
through and as a conseiiucnco pllos
n telegrams sent fioni Sliangb il In ' ., .......
Peking are IMng there. I BASIS FOR CHINA'S
At Shanghai natlvo city, tho plao-' EW CONSTITUTION
of liabllatlon of several bundled thou-1
Hand people, something akin to panic rWfonf Rrhpmp PmnnSPfl Rv
iJn hnld to prevail. Thousands haw , "'' ''yiUI .9LAlle"U' .',' K UjU Dy
INcUIUIIUI MbbUlllUiy UIIU nu-
cepted by Prince Regent,
afternoon, nnd tho Tnchlng Hank has
Mood the strain extremely well.
liven foreign banks did not escnp
tho rush, tho panic among Ignorant
Chlnoso having gone so far as even
In distrust tho notes of tho Hongkong
and Shanghai Hank. In alt these
eases, It Is only pcop'c with mn.til
mentis that havo been nuxliius, white
the big Chinese deisisltors nnd mer
chants aro facing tho situation calm
ly. People with ready money nro doing
a roaring trade by giving loans nt
exorbitant Interest on very substan
tial securities offered by those under
the lulliiencp of tho paalc. This pan
ic Is not conllned to Shanghai atone,
us n similar state of affairs Is icixirt
eil fiom Tientsin and Peking.
Tnulu Is absolutely held up. nnd
Mime of the usual piece goods auc
tions are nut taking place. IC en
tiling Is paralyzed, although Chinese
Jealeis arc hopeful of the outcome
of this trouble, l'rom tho forejgnois'
point of view the loss to business1 I
not as great ns It might be thought
to lie. Owing to tho home stilkcs mid
several other causes tho stnekB lit
Shanghai are ut a very low ebb, anil
as tho lowilutlnu Is generally expect
ed to bo over before a few weeks at
the most Iho loss to business wilt not
been Hocking Into tho Internal lonnl
i,tcttlcmcut. '" Hevolnllonnry agents
hnMMcii Rltig about almost open'tf
. tclllngothc people that Shn'nghal wa .
-W scccde,frotn'tli6"Mahch'iis; "that tho
P1CKINO. Nov. 3. The national as
i-ciiibly ciimplcled today a draft on the llnmcnt, the govcrnmon
)f the provinces.
The draft follow s:
1 The emperor shall rule forever.
J. A person of tho' Tn-Cblng dynas
ty (the (Ireat Pure l) nasty, thu same
being the name adopted by the ruling
family) shall be emperor In vlolnble.
3. The power of tho emperor shall
be limited by tbo constitution.
I, The order of succession to tho
throne shall bo prescribed by the con
st II utlon.
. The constitution shnll bo drawn
up and adopted by the 'National As
sembly and will be ptomulgatcd by
C. The power of amending the con
stitution shall belong to Parliament.
7. The members of the upper house
shall be elected by the people from
among those particularly eligible.
8. Tho Parliament shnll elect and
tho emperor shnll appoint the pic
mlcr, who will recommend the other
members of the cabinet, who also
fhall lie appointed by tho jenipcror.
Tho Imperial princes will bo Ineligi
ble for tho ofllco of premier or mem
bers of the cabinet or administrative
heads of Iho provinces.
9. If the premier when Impeached
by Parliament does not dissolve Pai
llamcnt, he must tcslgu. One cabinet
shall not bo allowed to dissolve Par
liament moro than once.
10. The emperor shall assume ill
tcct control of the army and navj
but when this" power Is used in con
ncc'tlon vlth Internal affairs tbo em
pcror must observo special conditions
to be decided by Parliament.
11. Imperial decrees cannot bo Is-
laied lo rcplnce the law except In the
event of uigent necessity; In which
case they muy be Issued In accord
tmco with special conditions.
12. International treaties snail not
bo concluded without iho consent of
Parliament, but a treaty for tho con
clusion of penco or a declaration ol
war may bo nuido by tho cuieriir If
I'nriiamcnt is not sitting, tlio npurov
il of Pnillamcnt to bo obtained after
13. Ordinances In connection with
tbo administration shall bo settled b
nets' of Parliament.
11. In case the financial budget
falls to receive the approval of Par-
May lint act
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A llmplt, life n rflrrtitf tffimnt f"t bn.
Chial ttooblfi. without dolfif th tnth with
4ri. Ucd wlih fuecfM of iMiir K"- , ,
Th ilr rendered Htontty iMiieptie. Invplrrd
with tittr brfilh, rnkf brnthlnc ?, oih'i
th rr throat, tnd Itcpt the coufh. urine reit
ful rtlchtt, Crefnlene Ii IrraltiiMe tn mother
with taunt cMUrtn nil i )n to lufleieti
Send ui fnMal lot deicrlpthe hnofciet,
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tepilc Throat Tiblftl
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your dntcf Itt or from ui
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Sco Perkins1 11112 Art Cilcmlarit on
display nt studio. Hotel nnd l'oit
strcctH. ' .
furniture; of uality
'It Came from HoppV
Means Good Furniture
ROSA J CO.
Bottltd in Bond
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i Lot us show you tho host designs and the finest woikmanship in DINING
TABLES that tlio market affords at tho price.
Over 30 patterns to select from, in square and round tops, 42 in. tor 60 in. in
diameter, and lengths up to 10 ft., in Golden Oak, Fumed Oaki Early English,
and Mahogany, priced from $7 .000 to $125,00,.
SOLID OAK PEDESTAL TABLE, 42 in, round top, extends 6 ft,, has non
dividing Pedestal, finish Golden Oak, a $15,00 value, that wo aro offering at tlio
extremely low price of $12,00,
WATCH OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS.
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KINO AND NUI1ANU STREET
You'll find they're til food fel
It's the Fa'shion"
Hotel nr. Fort' D. Hi Dtviei, FiojT.
ro IALX AT ALI 1AJKS
Uhmi the liudRCt uf tho pluvious year
not any Items of expenditure not iki
hlcd fur in thu ImdRct npp uded
tlicietu. The Kinerninilit uliull nut
nilnpt extr:iiii'dlunr (lniincliil iiilmh
iirc initsldo the lnnlot.
IS. I'nrlhmciit Hlmll. IK tlio ox
pcnu'M of the liupdliil household nnd
liny Incicnse or di'ciriHe Iherelii.
Ifi. IfoKulntliiiu In ciiinectlini with
the Impel l.il fiiiulh inni't tint conllitt
nltli the constitution.
17. Tho two houscB hill estuljllsh
the innchliipry for the administration
of Ihu court. '
IS'. The emperor chnll promulgate
the iIccIkIohh of I'.irlliiinelit.
19. Tho national a nnilily shall net
on artlclcH 8. !), in, 12. in, 1 1, ,-, ami
18 until the oponlnp of I'arllatni'tit.
We are now taking special orders for specialties for
Choicest in the city 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c and $1
PUMPKIN PIES CRANBERRY PIES
25c and 50c 25c
FRESH PASTRIES and CAKES of every description
PLUM PUDDING FROZEN PUDDINGS
ICE CREAM, all flavors
CANDIES Gunther's and our own make
,, Hotel Street, near Fort
TFe Honolulu Music Co., Ltd,
88 King Street
Some "Newsies" Will
Get the Prizes?
ARE YOU going to land one of these Five Grand
Prizes, or are you going to let the other fellows
carry them off ?
HOW ABOUT THAT TRIP TO THE
Phone 026. P. 0. Box 488
Regal Shoe Store,
I1G8- KCMIT HTUI:i:T I'llONK SS01
The BULLETIN is holding it far some little news mer
chant. Who gets it? '
Make the other fellows hustle to keep up with you,
BANZAI SHOE STOe
Berotanla Rlraet, NerNuiianii
HONOLULU, H. T.
FIVE MAJOR PRIZES:
And a New Suit of Glolhes for every boy who comes
near to the leaders.
1st. ftound Trip to the Volcano, or equivalent in cash
2nd. Gold Watch or equivalent in cash
3rd. Silver Watch, or equivalent in cash
4th. $25 Dry Goods Order
5th. $25 Grocery Order
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