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HONOLULU, T. H.v FRIDAY, AUQUST ia, 1904.
(Associated Press Cable to The Star.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, August 12. The international situation arising
from the seizure of the Russian boat Rycshitclvi in Cliefoo is full of danger.
Officials are apprehensive that China will be pun Red into the war as the ally
of Japan. The consequences of such an action can only be conjectural.
EA1PRESS HAS A tSQN.
ST. PETERSBURG, August 12. The Empress today gave birth tc an heir.
SIXTEEN WERE KILLED.
CHEFOO, August 12. The Russian torpedo destroyer Ryeshitelvi was
dismantled here before her capture by the Japanese last night. Sixteen of
her crew were supposedly killed in the struggle.
ST. PETERSBURG, August 12 The capture of the Ryeshitelvi in the
port of Cliefoo b ythc Japanese, is considered a flagrant breach of neutrality.
Russia has protested to Japan. Her protest on this, matter has also been
communicated to all the Powers.
GOVERNOR GEORGE R. CARTER.
Governor George R. Carter and family returned this morning in the S. S.
China from an extended visit to the mainland. The arrival of the governor
occurred several hours earlier than had been anticipated, the China being
sighted off Koko Head shortly after 8 o'clock. But Acting Governor Atkin
son determined to die game and efficient to the last, proving himself equal
to this, the final emergency of his pro tern administration.
The Acting Governor hurriedly notified Captain Berger that the China
and Governor Carter were coming. Berger hurried the band boys to the tug
Fearless. Acting Governor Atkinson, Col. Sam Parker, H, W. Lake and
other citizens boarded the Fearless to go out and meet the China. The Fear
less was gaily decorated and as the China came around Diamond Head, it
- TVfis seen that she too was flying many flags out of honor to the home
coming governor. The Fearless met the China off Kakaako. The China
was soon passed by the quarantine officials and then started into the har
bor, accompanied by the quarantine launch, the Fearless and gasoline
"What's that Berger is playing, Atkinson?" cried the governor. "Why,
don't you know?" replied the Acting Governor proudly. "Why, that's your
-S4:nrch. It was composed out of honor to you."
"Oh," exclaimed the governor with evident delight, "So I have came, have
The band continued to play as the tug escorted the governor into the har
bor. While the China was still in the stream the tug was brought alongside-
the big vessel and the Acting Governor followed by Col. Sam Parker and
others went aboard the China, Governor Carter was at' the head of the rope
ladder and greeted the people as they came aboard.
(Continued on page five.)
Washington, August 12, 1901.
(Received at 10:00 a. m.)
ecelved, the Russian squadron emerged
our lleet to the south of Yentao and
d another cruiser and one destroyer
troyer In Ohefoo on the 11th Inst. Five
probably the Diana, one hospital ship
Ined Port Arthur on the same day.
RUSSIA'S DISPERSED FLEET.
SHANGHAI, August 12. The battleship Czarevitch, cruiser Novik and a
torpedo destroyer are refuged in Tsingchou. Four other' Russian warships
are off Shanghai.
JAPAN HAS ALSO PROTEST.
TOKIO, August 12. Japan has protested to Germany against the pres
ence of the Russian warship in the harbor of Tsingchou.
THE NAVAL FIGHTING.
TOKIO, August 12. Admiral Togo reports the dispersal of the Russian
vessels that came from Port Arthur. Some of the Russian fleet returned to
Port Arthur and others fled to the southward. The damages to the Japanese
fleet were slight. The casualties were 170.
MUST LEAVE TSINGCHOU.
BERLIN, August 12. The German Government has instructed the Rus
sian warships to lea e Tsingchou within 24 hours.
THE GOVERN AlENT'S ENCOURAGEMENT OF THE OLD MARKET
AND ITS EFFECT ON THE JAPANESE AND CHINESE IN THE
BUSINESS A GRAND REOPENING TOMORROW AFTERNOON
WITH THE BAND IN ATTENDANCE.
To Mr. Saito, Honolulu.
Aeeording to the reports hitherto r
from Port Arthur and was attacked by
was dispersed. The Askold, Novik an
took refure lt Kiaochnu and one des
or the enemy s oatuesmps, one urumui,
and several destroyers it seemed rega
Our lleet is believed undamaged.
Change of Water often brings on diar
rhoea. For this reason many experi
enced travelers c .rry a bottle of Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy with them to be used In case of
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equal as a cure for bowel complaints. It
can not be obtained while on board the
cars or steamship, and that is where It
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tle before leaving home. Sold by all
dealers. Benson, smith & Co,, agents
with many Is that safe de
posit vaults are only for the
rich who own bonds and stock
In large quantities.
The fact Is that the Capi
talist, the Artisan, the Mer
chant, and Individuals In
nearly every walk of life all
have need of protection, t
A private box costs only $5
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ONLY STORE IN TOWN.
That sells magazines at publisher's
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the monthly dues are one dollar per
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Further Information can be obtained
from A. V. Gear, Secretary, 122 King
Star Want ads pay at once.
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831 FORT STREET.
All is not harmony among the Japanese interested in the opening of the
old fishmarket tomorrow, and it is predicted that some of them will cut loose
from the "trust" which is supposed to divert all the fresh fish to that mar
ket. According to the plan, the Japs who do all the fishing and control the
supply are to sell only to the other Japs who have stalls in the old market.
This would leave the Chinese stall-keepers in the new markets up against
it for fish to supply their stalls.
Some of the Japanese objected to going into the scheme, and claim to
have been notified that unless they did so they would find themselves left
when it came to the matter of wharf room. This has brought them all into
The market is to reopen with the government band in attendance tomor
row afternoon. It will be a big day at the market, but in the meantime
there will be mourning in the other markets, which will feel severely the
sudden competition, which it is claimed is practically established by the
government. The holders of stalls in the new market will have difficulty in
getting ocean fish, as the Japs do nearly all the fishing. The Chinese there
fore have a big kick in sight.
Some of the Japs have a kick because their Chinese customers were very
-od ones, and many of them could be relied upon to produce cash for their
uirchases better than the Japs. The result Is likely to be an invasion of the
lid market by Chinese again, and a gradual breaking up of the trust, as
nany of the Japs don't want any trust.
Today the 12th day of August Is
"Finir rinv" tho sixth anniversary of
the raising of the American flag over
the island This evening there will be
a concert and dance on the Alexander
Young Hotel roof garden, the affair be
ing also a reception to Governor Carter,
who returned on the China this morn
ing. The government band will bo In
attendance and among the members to
be p,ayed Is a new march composeu oy
Ivnn. nlm(otA Ttprupr In honor of the
governor. There will also be special
Hawaiian music at me noiei, iiuu n 0
expected that there will be a large
crowd to meet the governor.
HOT WEATHER MERCHANDISE.
Ccol, delicious Beverages, are welcom
ed these sultry days. A glass of soda,
flavored with the Juice of ripe fruit,
cold, with plenty of flz and sparkle Is
the 1'lnd served at Hobron DrugCo.'s
The present head of the French Republic has steered the ship nf state so
that the nation appears to be on friendly terms with both of her old-tlmo
enemies. King Edward recently visited Loubet, and an Anglo-Fivnch treaty;
of arbitration with Great Britain as extensive in scope as the one which was
negotiated with Amcrlc-n in Cleveland's days, and 1 ejected by th United
Senate, w.is s sued. It Is also said that despite ancient jealousies, Germany,
and France have .1 close "diplomatic" agreement.
ARRIVED ITHE INTERVIEW
VESSEL BROUGHT GOOD SIZED
CROWD OF PASSENGERS SAILS
TOMORROW FOR THE ORIENT.
MUSLIN BEDDING SALE.
Is now on at Sachs. Ready-made
sheets and pillow cases, all of the
best muslin, greatly underprlced. Also
pretty bedspreads. Goods plainly mark
ed and shown In display window.
Eight parts of the World's Fair
Portfolios now ready at Star office.
HIGHEST IN YEARS
The highest tide known for ten years
was recorded yesterday ulong the beach
nt Walklkl. At the Walklkl Inn for a
time there appeared to 'be a prospect of
serious damage, as the huge rollers
came in far under the lannl suports and
threatened to wash them away. Those
who gathered at the concert at the
Motina last night found the green lawn
with sand carried on to It at the edge.
At Nlu ranch the waves wushed over
about seventy-five foot of green lawn.
No such tide has occurred since 1894,
when there was a similarly high tide
at about this season of the year. The
tide was so high this time that it wash
ed against the steps of the home of
Mrs. W. AV. Dlmond, the lower step of
which Is two feet above the high tide
line. In order to reach this step the
waves had to roll across seventy-five
feet of lawn, all of which was supposed
to bo above the high water mark.
For a good meal go to the Oregon
Restaurant on King street near Nuu
anu. Everything new and clean. W.
A. Chung, Proprietor.
?50 FOR $35.
We are offering the new "Conover"
typewriters, regular 150 machines nt
the bargain nrlce of $35. Easy pay
ments of J5 down and l week payments
See them at Wall, Nichols.
jrfie 8. S. China arrived this morning
from San Francisco, making a much
quicker run than usual. She left San
Francisco August 0 a few hours after
the Alameda. The China experienced
pleasant weather. Nothing of' parti
cular interest occurred, during her
Governor George If. Carter, Mrs. Car
ter, two children and maid returned
from an extended trip to the mainland
Mr. and Mrs. John Ena, son and
daughter returned from their Long
lieach home In the southern part of
'Miss Bernlce 1C. Dwlght returned
from a vacation trip to California.
D. A. Dowsett and wife returned to
Senator L. L. McCandless und bride
were arriving passengers.
Dr. L. Hutchinson return from a visit
to the mainland.
E. E. Paxton came to Honolulu on 0
Hying business trip.
Mrs. J. T. -Crawley and three children
were arriving passengers.
The China docked nt the Channel
wharf. She will take 500 tons of coal.
She sails for the Orient at 10 a. m. to
WHAT CARTER SAID REGARDING
THE EFFECT OF APPLYING
AMERICAN LAWS HERE.
SACRAMENTO, August 4. In an In
terview Governor G. S. Carter of the
Hawaiian Islands said today:
"The annexation of the Islands to the
United States has not been a commer-
(Contlnued to Page 5.)
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