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".. 3 ' iJi.T, JULYS'. ISO-
CIU1 TATIOJ 3 FBOBLEM.
.,-. 1 c:d to is
. th x'oc of CbrtK aad the
' there has bea
r rdc the strut
n . 1 - ioa' the moaitroriss to
v r to t . r haw been mttfecbed
"-a " in Ks wont nad most
ua . .-! r bn the portion
vi i a'. European in tbe
H - nineteenth eeetury
U& , - a confronted by bar-
j'm. t -a te Orient. China has
saat t! - '"T brr mask and ha
. ausfelr if cf barbarity at which
. ttfie w. aghast.
; EtHi b ii.lUd powers of chc
- si, da credited e the nation
eaectat - to the CMatase
a. bar J. a attacked in taeir own
.aiJocs, t Aried by ariillfiry ind
' 'it-whelmed ' forrc of numbers until
ry man, wt an and child la tbe le
icn peHmbt i
Tot is all history has sock an at roar
act been ,mmltwd by a nation
tffitC intercoi.rftf with the civilized
Af All the Moody history of the
tern wurto b no parallel to this
e committed China. JThe Indian
3likw. borribi' a it was in many
M featarea, nt no comparison to
. That consifteo in massacroe of
fah garrisons by rebellions trllHS
revolted aialnt alien rule. The
njr of U tanates of the foreign
t$MW in Peking the deliberate
r Wot representatives of friendly
us without rause or provocation.
t! attack npoa the legations
i committed a crime unknown to
dvtllwsd worid No matter how
has raged, tbe loRation of a foreign
j ,r wa sacred ground, in which
r 'am was afforded to ail countrymen
i ti Minister. There they were givn
t Iv?eWHU socb time as they could be
i iT.tj safe eseort out of the cuntry. Ut
it-rowing off a:l mask of civilization,
i '4 te remtmw Ure of lKtrbarisiu,
i4 strikes Tivn tn cold blood tlie na-
joa's futa her gates.
Dov others in autltority
hi on Wr rin.itical hosts to
tfes i 'inters Bvorytliing
1sh :ind n sh and malicious that
Ci nit - i nf'ii! coold conjure up was
uufi' n t , "potrat the most
ctia nr. iiiHin their victims.
irftrrr ; n'T uieiflfpaft oa the rO'lil
bst v el nting fuvtes under Admiral
ley.'1 nr f"o mutilated more
,t ' r the" most savage tribes
str nwi ictiins.
' a. t u it nould be impossible to
r , -aw wit': the living and carry
w.HiB '1 Admiral Seymour is re-
1 to h.iAo ashed his wounded
hfrtii v wore willing to be left to
..f ti k hands of Chinese or be
- by enmrades. Think what
r.,ribli siK for a eommnndcr and
. mra a to ierform. Yet that was
rry, fi no pen can picture the
icltius thtt would have been com-
tfj up n 1! o wounded by the
vo.ru .f the last struggle- of the
-v ' furt. - .n the British Legation at
. ,1 jg sJi w that the men killed tho
ai ! t htlireu in their care when
vaw t .0 inevitable before them.
iKhtful -os inre. such as the civilized
. 'a J jl rter known, not even in the
. ful iia - uf tho inquistltlon. stared
ui m i ! face as th lot of thotr
.! one they fall iuto Chi
! t i, sin Kut what a task for man
To be compelled fo kill
na . st and dearest to save theia
. a fa. orsa than doAth.
.en y tho world can hardly com-
1 . ad of the situation,
- taw ! a .id bewildered. But soon
f t wngatt vrill ring out
'inc a.u (watt. Nations will he
Hcl l force of public
.) i.. lt their petty Jealousies
1 i . ki 1 iuj, and strike to avenge
- awrt triw In history.
.s cwifrontad by bararlsm. Shf
l put n ber swoni and armor and
- ut Ub ainaster. The world ac-
x -v backward; it cannot stand stUI:
- it aiis!toew It nmy cost thou-
- is. and rea hundreds of thousands.
s e.i mllliOKi of treasure, but
w -..? ph orprogress must not
t last h misbty mass of China
b ? toa rojsl. That groat dormant
which S&Eoleon was afraid to
t locmied Upon the world auJ
' " OorUoo varaed the world
r ysars ago would shake .he
f'K! tohs core, if aroused, has
si ladtootions point to the fact thai
' - ce tb close of the
. tve yeare ago China has beja"
; -at. ptvpattng for tha greatest war
- a . history. Opposed to Western
. .' trt. aad Westarn Ideas before, she
- fraw thetn what she could of ad-
. -MP to JMsreaJf. Bnt back of It all
- tie ictase hatred of everyjUtlns
everything not Chines.
tv iUj mce hatred was that
j, - v rtr anu aaot unreasonable of
. hatreds, religious prejudice Th
resentad the introdaetfcw of I
Christianity. They despised thS Christian
and the foreign. white devils.
Ignorance conpled with superstition.
holds sway, and these when aronssl
make fiends of formerly peaceable people.
The rank and file of the people of
China hare beea led to "beiJeTe they
tan annihilate the foreigners
drive thein from China's shores.
They are told that foreign ballets
bttrt thera. They are asked to
avenge their gods who hate been, insulted
in the temples, and their dearest
traditions trampled on- The
among them have been appealed
to to fight the battles of Allah
against the inSdd hosts.
The situation is appalllng.."WIiI civilization
Whea the news of the massacre of
the foreign legation in China was received
on the transport Californtan
yesterday raomins the committee in
charge of the Republican ratification
1 ..rtz. f ilv Tvctcwt r TirifV
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announcing tnac uie meeuag oum i.
postponed, iiany people thought last
night that the meeting was postponed
because the delegates to the national
convention did not arrive on the Rio,
bet such was not the case. The committee
felt that in face of such
calatnfty it would be in ill taste t
hold a political meeting on the evening
of the receipt of such terrible news.
The committee deserves credit for its
prompt action In the premises.
IN LEGATIONS AND CUSTOMS.
Representatives of All Nations Who
Were Massacred by Chinese.
Members of the foreign legations and
foieigners of the Chinese customs service,
with the .composition of the various
guards exposed to Chinese violence
In the Manchu capital, whose pames
are available are:
Mr. Edwin H. Conger, Minister; Mr.
HerbertrG. Squires, secretary; Mr. William
E. Bainbridge, second secretary;
Mr. Fleming C. Cheshire, interpreter;
Mrs. Conger, Mrs. M. S, "Woodward,
her daughter. Miss Iono Woodward, of
Chicago; Miss Cecil Payne, Misa Laura
Conger, the Minister's daughter, and
Miss Mary Pierce, his niece.
Seven American officers and fifty-six
men comprise the guard, under
command of Captain John D. Myers, U.
S. M. C, of the Oregon. Other officers
there are Captain Newt II. Hall, IT. S.
M. C. and Dr. Thomas M. LIppitt, assistant
Sir Claude M. Mapdonald, Minister;
Mr. H. G. O. Bax Ironside, secretary;
Mr. H. G. N. Dertng. second secretary;
Mr. Henry Cockburn, Chinese secretary:
Mr. Cllve Bingham, honorary
Colonel G. F. Browne,, military
attache; Dr. Wordsworth Poole, physician;
the Right Rdv. Bishop Scott,
Lady Mncdonald and her daughters
comprise the guard.
Baron Von Kettelcr Minister; Dr
Von Priltwltzet Saffron, secretary; Dr
Von Bergen, secretary; Dr. Velde, physician;
Baron Von der Soltz, secretary.
Interpreter; Herr H. Conjes, interpreter,,
.and Slat r Of FciraeIaU,"ctrailceIior.
Thirty-five men and two ofllcers
comprise the guard.
M. S. Pichon. Minister; M.
secretary, il. II. Leduc, interpreter;
M. Morlbse, Interpreter: Commander
Vldal, military attache; Dr.
phblcian, and M. F. Berteaux,
Guard of seventy-two men and three
M. Michael de Giers, Minister; M. B.
Kroupensky, secretary; M. B.
second secretary; M. P. Popoff, interpreter;
M. N. Kolessoff, interpreter;
Colonel Dessino, military attache, and
Dr. Korsakoff, physician.
Guard of seventy-one men and four
Marquis Salvago Raggi, Minister;
SIgnor Livlo Cnetani, attache; Baron
G. Vltale di Pontaggio, dragoman.
Guard of thirty-nine men and three
Baron Czikann von Vahlborn, Minister;
Dr. A. de Rosthorn, secretary, and
iterr R, Natiesta. vice consul.
Guard of thirty men and two officers.
Baron Nishii. Minister; M. Ishii
secretary: M Naheshlma
second secretary, M. Marumo,
third secretary; Aiajor Aoki,
Captain Takikawa. naval
Dr. Nakagawn, physician; MM.
Tel and Fokowrnaron, interpreters and
Guartl of twenty-four men and two
Together the legation guards number
twenty-six officers and 399 men.
XL 23. de Cartier de Marchienne,
charge d'affaires; M. de Melotte,
M. A. Splingacrd, interpreter.
Senor B. J. de Cologan. Minister;
Senor F. Sollveres, secretary.
M. F. M. Knobel, Minister; M. W. J.
Van Duysberg. secretary.
Senhor F. II. Galhardo, Minister;
Senhor M. P. M. Baudelra de Lima, secretary;
Seahor C A. R. de Paes
IN THE CUSTOMS DEPARTMENT.
Sir Robert Hart,
Mr. J. R. Braziery chancellor: Mr. P.
von Rautcnfeld. secretary; r. C. H.
Mr. F. W, Maze, auditor; Mr. J. Van
Aal5t. secretary of posts; Mr. C. E.
Tennant assistant secretary of posts
and probationer clerks, American. English
and other nationalities.
"Wants a Divorce.
Charles A. Xewman has filed papers
for a bis wife Kliikina.
Xewnuuu The sxiple were married at
Waiauae on May IS, 1S07. Tiiree
osths later, the petition tets forth,
lht defendant wilfally dMKil
aud sisct then tley lve not
lived together. Ah alvolnte separation
The HBSHlHlteiHJblksB will be d-
lterfd.ta - trf rit ttto 7Sj
per aioetfc ?rter.
DEIQGIATIC BBilfES IT MIL
THK ARSTVAI.02S OFDEtEaATS i
WiiK ASD HOUTi
"Warss Wt4cae Atcoz&etl traeca
a 3CcKis2?x Basser far
One cfSryan Stripe. .. .
Messrs John H- We-e and JotmD.
Holt, delecates to the B&Koe&tt'fc
Naiional Convention, returned honieby i
the Bio, jesterday. TJh thef
other iJeniocraUc delegat dtd tt re
turn was dee to the fact tlsat thsry
could not. all secure paisase. 3Ir. Wie
bad Income a father ince hs left tbe
Islands and Mr. Holt bad besinesa of
importance, to the other member? of
the tielsatio.n gae way to them and
lheywfll retnra on the Antralia.
The Bio left Sau FraacLco at i. p. in.
on Thtirbday and lb RepublicaK dele-
rates were doe to arrive in the erenm?
of that day. That's why they ar .-till
on the Mainland. &nd leides they j
oold have had- to take sieerajre ha.i t
hey arrived in' time for the Rin. I
The Democratic party will not go J
wild over the reception home of the '
delegates, bat will jnve them a iuau at
the 01 Edmund H. H st .a 4
the usual Hawaiian manner. Th Be- t
mocracy, animated by ito Territorial ?
chairman, 3Ir. Charles .ucCarthy, j
peaw most enthusiastic, and they will !
ive their political brethren a nmd
reception. .... ..
Defecate Wise ou U'hoidlutr th
rV?1'1!00561 b3UU8r id to
"Yon boys have done well. That.
pointing to McKmley'e picture, "resembles
Bryan strongly, bat not in his
Delegates Wise and IJolt,eseorled'by j
Mcuartny and other braves, wore shown
to a conveyance. The
horses were gaily decorated and handsomely
caparisoned Seated in the
vehicle tbe delegates were driven up
Fort street, thence- to the Hawaiian
Hotel, where many L. m -ere of sparkling
liquid were quailed, toasts leing
piven to the return of the delegate?,
the success of the ticket and to that
"champion of t.he peopU, that peerless
American William" Bryan."
In the midst of the hilarity Dr. John
S. McGrew entered and he was reei ed
with a hearty greeting.
uWe were most hospit i 1? rei Ived
and entertained while in the states,"
said Delegate Wise, "from the time we
reached California until our departure
from that Rreat state, W went with
the California delenatmi to the convention.
We were practicrlly their guests.
"Mr. Holt was placed on I he Committee
on Orgauizaliou and to mc was
accorded the hinior of being
ou the Committee ou Platform.
''Tell yon something altont my action
on the committee? Certain! ,"' continued
3Ir. Wise. 'You have doubtless
been it stated in the papers that 1 had
promised to support tho go'd democrats
on the committee. This is incorrect.
BryQii sent word from Liaeolu
that unless the convention adopted a
1G to 1 pl'ink in its platform he vould
decline to nomination. ""
"'When I saw the enthusiasm everywhere
displayed for Bryan I became an
out and out silver man. I never
changed my vote in the committee on
the platfornv as lias been slated. I
could have tied the eoniiuitiee bC voting
with the gold nieii. The jlo on
tho 10 to 1 plank was 21 to 2B, I casting
my vote for silver.
"'I thought it was tetter UmyJto 1
should be adopted in the committee,
rather than to carry it on to
of tho convention.
"'After my acti .u I wrs heartily
by both wings ot
POLITICS LAID ASIDE.
News of Massacre in China Overtops
Politics pale in the presenes of
National emergencies. Human hearts
beat higher than partisan pnrposes.
When the transport California art-rived
here, with mail and papers up to
and including July 16th, a wonderful
ohauge camo over tho city. The preparations
that had been made for tho
reception home of the delegates to
the National Republican convention,
and which had been nearly completed,
were paralyze in the ligbtof tho recent'
events in China.
The moment it became known that all
the white people in Peking and mother
cities of China had been massacred,
Mr. George W.Smith and his associates
ou the reception committee announced
thntthe parade and ratification
meeting, sbonl 1 be declared olf. This
was done long before it was kiiown
that the Republican delegates would
not return as was expected. It was a
true tribute to Americanism, and to
In the light of such a condition
was paralyzed, as U ought to
The duty of the hour was uppermost
in the human mind tho duty to maintain
the government in the nrotectiou
of its ministers, consuls and citizens
m China, ew dependency as this is,
ine evmeuee or loyalty shown yesterday
was inost pleasing.
There was some disappoint men t in
the non-arrival of the delegates to the
Republican National Convention, who
were expected on tie Rio. The delegates
did not reach San Francisco until
some hours after the steamer left and
that's why they-could not come. Thev
will probably all bs over on the Australia,
due August 1st,
Frederick W. Hankey will assist the
government In prosecuting its action
against the Hawaiian Tramways Company,
Limited. Mr. Hankey is a talented
lawyer and one thoroughly ac
quainted with corporation law.
Under the United States law, on and
ter June IK J900, ill shippins rer
,Jpts must bear a Documentary
War Tax Stamp oa the original, duplicate
Shipper- requested: to affix the
stamps, to law, as freight
cannot b otherwise.
Shipping tvce'ijn must contain statement
of the contents of packages.
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WILDER STEAMSHIP CO.
busing atNo. 3, ORPIffillilLOCK.
Jrort Street: to SMtLeCktnGx All
ccoKis prrior to tlsfes dai'will beetf
wv Blia V-4 J-CIE. J litr prUi',
IkMbtela. Jaly 35t.
We are showing a,e IafgS5t :
European Kuo x5
We have ever handled at
Drices that cannot be re- i
Deated, as the present
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MATS always on hand at
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Hardware Co., Ltd.
Importers ana Dealers In
2, 3 and 4 I ' ('! ir and Elec-as-
trohoti. 1. liraps,
Ianip Fixture ,
Paiiits cs Oilsand Yarnieiies,
7-1. . ..
Lard oi; wvn:imooii. etc.
Powder, bhot and Caps, Agricultural
Ttuplt ments le
House Furnishing Goods, Etc.
Silver Plated Ware of all descriptions.
Table CutlT., tie.
Plantation Supplies oi -
Hart's Patent " Duplex" Die Stok for
Pipe and Bolt Catting: Rubber
Hose, plum or wire bound, etc.
. The Aennotor,
Made of st el and will htft hfliger and
give better witisfjwUou than any
other manufactured. .
Orders frotu, tllQ otbot Tshyids solicited
and - r" -
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REAL ESTATE, -'
STOCKS & BONDS
1. Business Lot "on Fort streeL
2. Business Lot on Beretania 'street
3. Business Xot in. Chinatown.
4. "New House, half acre-
grounds, near car Hec. Very cheaD.
5. Beautiful Residence Property on
Prospect street, commanding view or
th ecity. -
6. Elegant House of seven rooms,
large grounds, on Lunalilo street.
7. Five-Room" , Berelanla
S. Four Lots in Kaimuka TracL. A
barsalu On very easy terms.
9. Lots near $75 to
J2O0 each. Easy terms.
Thc!Earnlturepf ardbmed Cottage.
4 . "
Neat Cottage of o roonW.
MetroDolftan Meat Co.
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Election of Officers.
The foUowing Is ths IiaLof oiflcrjior
of tha Hawaiian Islands, eleeled InW
W.R.CIiARK, .. President
CARL A- YIDE5rANN -.Vice-Pre
B.S. JOHNSON Secretary
A. V. GEAR . . .Auditor
The cenflemen, together
with Fred Harr!oit od Geo. P.
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those who love u gootl cup of real TEi"i.M .
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possessed by any one brand of "TEA," and seek to snpply deliciencies by
mixture of ditfereut "TEAS, technictdlr called " blending?'
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our lsue knowledge of TEAS" guiding us ith comparative certainl V
when the mere tunatear blunders.
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SUl ' PRESERVING HI
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No More Duty ! No Entry Charges ! No Consul Fees I
Therefore we will give our customers tlie benefit.
loU Double bedsteads, with mattress
and pilIors complete, 5C.
ion i.,.-. s,....i:... j. :i. i,,i . i-
50 White Enameled iron bvds, bniss
500 Pillows, from 25c up: feather pillows
Extra high meat safes, half price, from
Books lent to read, o cents per volume-.
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Bedroom seta, 7 pieces, straight fn a
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illrrorg. nil, sizes, prices and style 1
from 10c. toSIO.
Hanging Lamp, lanterns, crockery,
tinware, bardwaro, etc, at less than
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a Large Assortment of
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