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HONOLULU, TKHlUTOltY OF HAWAII, J-'HIDAY, Jl'LV i!7, ItlllO
I'ltn i: u (Ji:nih,
Chinese Mob Rule
flcorle Darker l well known among
tho mechanic guilds of Honolulu. He
used to lie one of the "boys that rnli
with the mnchlne" In the voluntur fire
department. Latterly he litis bien en
gineer of n sugar mill on Maul. At
present he is spending n vacation In
town, where he has taken occasion to
hecomo an American citizen. He has
also circulated a subscription paper for
tho bcnctlt of tho widow of the lite
Mr. Uhlhrecht. Talking of yesterday's
frightful news from China, Mr. Bar
ker said: " V'
"If they Imprison LI Hung Chanr
In Hongkong, the Chinee will burn th
town down. Twenty jenrs iifcO they
tried It on account of a Chinese undr
going sentence of life Imprisonment.
They burned iu houses.
"I think, however, that If thv
catch M Hung Chang he will be im
prisoned on Stonecutter's Island ecioas
tho harbor where the devil hlmctil
couldn't get at him. That Is, If they
don't ship him off to India."
Mr, Darker' story of the burning In
1879 Is an Interesting one. Tlje crimi
nal was n desperado and under sev
eral counts of his Indictment he receiv
ed cumulative sentences amounting to
three times his natural expectation of
life. This was In 18T4 and, ns showing
the staying quality of Chinese revenge,
the plot to burn Hongkong did not ma
ture until live years Inter,
A group of Britishers were lounging
on a veranda In the garrison barracks,
Mr, Darker being one of therri, tinging
"Ilulo Drltannla" when the fire bell
rang. He tells of the exciting' battle
with flame and smoke, amidst perils of
Oriental treachery, into which flie boyx
The Chinese have n species of fire,
Mr. Darker says, which when lighted
produces a dense cloud of smoke In
which you cannot see jour hand before
you. They threw some of this Into
tho Jail corridor' and as the officers and
helpers came along the rioters would
try, under cover of the devil cloud, to
pinch their throats fth forked bamboo
A movement Is on foot to raise a
'company whose services will be ten
company wnose services wiu o ten; s authorities that they asked Ihe
Cercd tho Wir Department for-serviceT,,,,,, augment for the plum,.
fit China. Tho moement Is In the
hands of an experienced military man
of unquestionable standing.
Tho German warship Geier entered
the harbor from Acaupulco nt about
2: IS p. m. today and fired the custom
TUB WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H
The BULLETIN offers to the per
tons who. between February ist and
iuly 31st, shall send in the largest
umDer 01 new subscribers, tne 101
owing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 870.
The winner of the 1st prize Is at llbertv
e choose between models 00, 92 and 04 ot
the tooo Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
If a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt. 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize be
ftnd Prize, 8lncr Sewing Mn
The winner of tills prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
achlne will be furnished by B. Bcr-
ffceraen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
4x8, with Outfit, 840.00.
The Premo, St., has Double Swlnp;
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack 'ant
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
sed with either Plates or Films. The
eutfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer. Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with 0 Records, $30.00,
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrfstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
ew subscriptions, bach name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription list.
. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should betaken
to give ACCUKATLl.Y the full lume and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the llii
walltin IhIiiiiUk Is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates t W.00 per year,
Ij.00 for three months) strictly In a Ivance
The Site of the Garbage
IT WILL GO MAKAI OF
THE SEWER OUTFALL
The Contract Went Far Above the
Lowest Bid and Now the Change
of Site Will Involve Ad
Doubtless many people wr ttur
prised to read yesterday that the i;.ir
bage Incinerator was still a rEnttu of
discussion In executive circle.
The contract to erect the wirku ai
signed on May 7, the price being $1V
Oio. One-halt of the amount web t !
paid on arrival of the material at Ho
nolulu, thereafter 75 per cent (it t.'i
value of, the work done during the
mouth; mid the balance when the lucln
erator was completed and accepted.
It was to be completed on or before
September IS, 1900
There was considerable talk about
town at the time over tho fact that the
Honolulu Iron Works Co.'s bid wan
$4000 or $3000 below that of Cotton
DroB. & Co. who secured the contrjet
Minister Young, It would appear, did
I not consider that the local concern
could put'up a plant that would fill tho
requirements Upon this Idea It wax
and Is still commented that the draw
ings for tho specifications were uotu
ally furnished from the drafting room
of the Honolulu Iron Works. Further
more, the fact Is remarked that ttie
same establishment constmcted in a
ruh the crematory for the tcilkt of
plague victims, from original draw
ings of Its own staff, and the design
gKJmendcl Itself so well to the United
The foregoing facts are only men
tioned Incidentally, however, havlnc;
rothlng to do with the delay In getting
the plant erected. Neither does tho
fact that the material Is only ae yet
atloat, or supposed to be, account foi
the latest difficulty that has been met
by the Government. This refer, to
When It was announced that the site
ltnrl lin Knlnetml nt filfrnnivlllr mi
the city front, residents of that place ''ependently o the other powers-nil
tent a petition to Minister youn): , wthout regard to their wishes, virtu
against It. The Minister replied In,"1" establishing himself as master of
effect that the Incinerator muet go
fcomewhero, and that In Edlnbuigb,
New York nnd other cities garbage in
cinerators were located In the heart
thereof. Hut the objectors were obdur
ate nnd threatened a legal Injunction
"gainst the erection of the plant In
their neighborhood. If that didn't
I stop ttb erection they would bring milt
after suit against Its operation afc being
Latterly It has been represented to
the Government that the Edinburgh
plant has forced draft nnd consumes IU
own smoke, thus preventing n nuisance
In Its vicinity. Also, that the State of
New Yoik authorities are taking nctlo'i
tor tho removal of the plant In Nf'w
ork City out of Inhabited bouudr.
Therefore, It has been denied to'
ihangc the location of our Incinerator. I
It will be placed makal of ihe wer'
cutfall on tho ocean beach. The pl.ius
have had to be alteird and a new at
rangement made with tho contractor,
which will Involve additional expenre.
Superintendent J A. McCandlef. hav
ing thus deferred to what he has been
convince dare reasonable objections to
the first slto selected, will leave noth
ing undone to expedite the Installation
of the gnrbago burning plant.
Six Months lop Larceny.
Hnlemano, n native, was sentenced to
six months' Imprisonment nt hard ta
bor by Judge Wilcox In tho Police
Court this forenoon on the chargo of
larceny, to which a plea of guilty A'as
On tho S5th Inst. Halemnno was ar
rested on n warrant sworn out by a
Japanese who alleged that tho nulio
had stolen (10 from him. When
renrched, Hnlemano had $S.r,0 of Hie
money on his person.
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day anu Night classes
jrj rioor f , -.r. a
Mourn-1 f,n-o u r,
The Chicago Times-Herald give tho following extract from Hon.
Samuel Parker's speech on the ocrnslun of MrKlnley notification of
his nomination to the Presidency
"My profession Is n grnzler. I nwn n Urge trncl of land. I suppose
Hint Is why Governor lloojcvelt Is so popular, bemuse he Is a row hoy,
The second question that was put to me In Han Francisco was: 'Have
you n Democratic party in Hawaii' I said, 'Ves, n ml wo have also Ice
trusts there,' And we hiuo beef trusts, and most of those trusts arc
headed by the Democrats.
"We have been admitted ns n Territory, and I hope In 11 short tlmn
fr we will bo admitted ns n State. My colleagues are nlso very anxious '.
for such an event, nnd I know as long ns the Hepubllcan party has the
helm we will get there. Now, ' have heard some tnlk about lm-
pcrlallsm and all kinds of Isms. Yesterday I wanted to rail on the
President. Mr fellow citizens, we did not have to wait 11 minute before Tt
fr wo were usnered Into the presence of the President,
"When I was ii'memhrr of the cabinet under Queen I.llluoknlnnl it
would have taken nbout n week to get Into her presence. You would
have to go through n lot of red tap", nnd maybe ) on lould not get there
nt nil. Is that Imperialism? Well, Mr. Chairman nnd fellow citizens,
'Alohn Okou.'ns wo say In Hnwall "
it HitiUlitit it it it it it it it it it it
H'S IT MOVE BOXERS MIH SOUTH
MAY ACT INDEPENDENT 'MURDERING CHRISTIANS
AND DECLARE WAR AT THEY FIND THEM
Would Increase Her Advantage In
Final Settlement'- British
Ships May Encounter
New York, July 19. A dispatch to
the Journal nnd Advertiser from Lon
The Chinese Invasion of the Amur
province Is equivalent to n declaration
of war ngalnst Kussla which, constru-
Ing It as such, has handed tho Chinese
Knvoy at St. Petersburg his passports their possessions,
today nnd requested him to leave the It Is feared that some of tho Vice
country, nlong with the members of roys who ns n whole have hitherto
his mission. The Importance of this shown themselves most frlcndlyly dls
Chtncso declaration of war against posed toward foreigners nro now
Hussln and of this bold Invasion of wavering In their support and with the
Russian territory, lies In the fact tint, Governors of several provinces arc go
as the matter now stands, it virtually Ing over to the rebels,
releases the Czar from his obligations Many people regard LI Hung Chnng's
to tho foreign powers to act In concrt eagerness for his present Journey from
with them In China. He Is placed there- Canton to Peking with suspicion and
by In a pptltlon to net Independently.) urge that he be detained when the
anil not only' with reference to the 1c- steamer carrying him reaches Shnng-
fense of his dominions ngalnst the Chi
nese invasion, hut also ns regards tho
carrying of war Into tho enemy's coun
try and an eventual march uponPo
klng. Should a Hussinn army, proceeding
from Siberia, reach Peking nnd cap
turo It before the nllles could get to
It from the Pacific coast the Czar would
bo ahlo to dlctato terms to China In-
1 1110 cuuiury. iiie uiiusii uuu ucinnii
I Governments, alarmed nt tho Idea of
this eventuality havo today decided to
abandon the policy which they have
pursued until now and to declare war
upon the Chinese Government, thus
placing themselves In n line with litis
sin nnd Franco nnd the United States
Is expected to follow suit Immediately.
1 Franco has Indeed nlready Issued to
day n decrco forbidding tho sale of
arms or war material of any kind to tho
Chinese, whllo Germany, which has al-
reudy prohibited tho Chinese envoy nt
Herlln from communicating with his
government except through the tier-
mnn Korelgn Olllce, Is prep.11 Ing to give
him his passports.
lleto In London, tho Chinese .Minis -
ter lias nlready packed nil belongings
lcmoed Ills boys fiom tho schools nnd
camelled nil his engagements so as to
ho 1 caily for Immediate departure.
In addition to tho corps of tho Im -
perlnl Chinese army which lias In -
vailed Siberia with orders to drive off
all foreigners out of tho ilcn gold-
benrlng Amur province of the Czar,
there are llvo other corps, ono of
which Is engaged In destroying the
Hussla railroad In Manchuria and In
driving all the foreigners, especially
tho Russians, from the northern por
tlun of the empire; another Is to oc
cupy tho roads between Peking and
Slum Hnl Kwan; yet another Is to con
centrate nt Nanking, whllo columns
ure being directed In hot haste to Tien
Tsln, to tho borders of Korea ami to
tho neighborhood ot Shanghai,
Joyful News Accept k.
Messrs. MiCumb and Might of tho
Joyful News Mission accept the chal
lenge, of Lewis ami Tin I; that thiir
I picvlous characters bo looked up. Mr.
Hlght said this morning, "We accept on
condition that we select one-hult the
committee to do the Investigating and
that the chninitcr of Lewis and Tuik
lie Investigated also and the lesults
rOUHTII OK Jl'I.Y.
A gient number of Hawaiian nnd
American Hags can ho gotten in Iwakn
ml' store, Hotel street,
lllg guns may ho said to he good re
I orters, but nut oil editors nro big
TO THE POINT.
Indications That Viceroys Are Glv-
Ing Way to Sway of the Rab-
(Associated Press Special.)
New York, July 19. A dispatch to
the World from London, says:
Great bodies of Iloxors nnd regular
Chinese, troops nro known to be march
ing southward from Peking murdering
all Christians they find nnd destroying
The Shanghai correspondent of tho
London Kxpress cables under Wednes
"The consuls acting ns representa
tives of the powers hae un.inimoiislv
ngreed that Lltikunlh, tho Viceroy of
Nanking, shall lie regarded ns the Km
peror of China so fur as the collection
of the revenue Is concerned. Ltiikan-
ylh has nlunys been friendly toward
foreigners and the consuls hellcvo they
may place Implicit faith In him.
The Express correspondent nt Toklo
"Tho Japanese government Is now
seriously discussing whether In view
of the attitude of somo of the powers It
would be advisable to despatch the 01
vision of troops which hns been already
mobilized. It Is feared that Ilussln and
Germany may not accept the command
ot tho Japanese senior officers wl.o
would necessarily take charge of the
army corps, Japan wants ussurnncc on
this point before giving orders for the
embarkation of troops. This may mean
' further delay of several weeks."
Ilnron Murdoch, the agent of Prll-
chard Morgan, M. P., In Korea, who
j has Just reached London after n sixty
1 days' Journey by wny of Vladivostok.
'over tho trans-Siberian Hallway to
Moscow says Ilussht even before ho left
was actively mobilizing troops In Cen-
trnl Itussla, Last and West Siberia.
Tlio trans-Siberian Hallway Is convey-
. Ing close on to 300,000 men to Man-
cliurla or Its borders. In diplomatic
circles In London tonight tho fate of
tho legations Is no longer considered
of first importance. The perilous Inter
national situation Is looming on 'l;e
The Widow Thanks
Friends in Need
W. C. Hoe, Geo. Darker and J. W.
McDonald were tho committeo to raise
funds for the relief of the widow and
children of Emll Cllhrlght, who per
ished in tlie surf ut Mnkapu Point on
Sunday before last. Mr, llurker acted
us collector and last night presented
Mrs. Ulhrlght with the sum uf $IHil.r.0.
Mr. Hue turned In $:'iiS.!0, mnMug n
total of $1133. Mrs. Ulhrlght wishes to
thank the employes of the HouoMlii
Iron Works and other geiieroiu friends
with obpeclal mi iitlou of Mr. Marker,
engineer of Klpahulu plantation, on
111 1 mini of his gratuitous senilis, foi
I ho handsome donation she has receiv
ed. Great sale of boots anil shoes at S
rents on the dollar ut L. II. Kerr k.
Co.'s shoo house, corner of Port utiil
Mr. Lose Refunds Policy
Holders Amount of
CLAIMS NOW STAND
The Insurance In Chinatown Was
Only About One-Tenth of the
Amount of tha Aggre
II. Lose has settled with some of the
Chinatown losers who were Insured In
the companies for which ho Is agent.
The basis was simply the unearned
premiums on the policies. Such set
tlements with the Insurance companies
do not affect any claim the lowers have
against the Government. They but In
dicate that the Insured consider It use
less to clnlnrttntfr Insurance In face of
tho clause rcl'iaslng the Insurers from
liability when the lire was started by
the constituted authorities.
Superintendent McCandless told n
conferenco of underwriters the other
day that it had been the Intention ot
the Hoard of Health to burn ten
blocks, part at a time, and the only ac
cident about tho wiping out of China
town was its going all at once.
Mr. Uise says thnt most of the risks
In Chinatown were under rather than
over Insured. From personal Investi
gation of somo of the risks he took, he
knew there wero stocks of $10,000
value on which but $3000 or $1000 In
surance was nsked. The high premium
of 0 per cent wns a sufficient check to
any disposition for over insurance.
The nggregato losses In Chinatown
Mr. Lose estimates at $7,000,000 or more
whllo there wns but $750,000 ot In
surance, CIRCUIT COURT NOTES
Tho Knmalo controversy, after nrgu
n ent yesterday, was ordered by Judge
Humphreys to be submitted on brliTs.
I). K. Waiapaakni, guardian ai;, fi
ther of the late Melo Kumunknlanl, pe
titions thnt he be appointed adminis
trator of tho estate valued nt 31000.
L. II. Dee asks for upprovnt of ac
count as temporary administrator of
estate uf J. C. Hlordan.
(icpmiinla's New Policy.
Tho Gcrmanla Llfo Insurnnie Com
pany mils special attention In another
column to n form of policy thnt has
found particular favor among business
men. This company has been doing
business for 10 years during which time
it has paid to policy holders over $11,
000,000 In death claims, matured poll
tics and dividends. It hns $323 invent
ed In gild edgo securities for each $1000
of Insurance In force thereby showing
It to be one of the strongest comiMn
les In the world. The Gcrmanla has
been doing business In Hawaii for four
years during which time the company
has written over $;,000,OOU of new hinl
Hess and has already paid out a lar;"
amount of death claims.
Twice In 11 Dny.
Lofqulst, a sailor of the Azalea was ar-'
rested last evening on the charge of diunk-
enness. I he Ciptaln went to the police I
station and balled out his man. Lohjuht
went to the ship and the captain adviseJ
him to g to bed. I
This lie refuted to do, saying he wished
to get another glass of beer. Lofqulst got
his beer and, on attempting to get to the
Azalea, he was again arrested on the
charge of drunkennss. Although there
were two charges against the man In the
Police tills forenoon, the Judge said It was
the same old drunk and fmeJ him 52 and
Aged Oplnm Hinokcr.
Leong Sung, a very aged Chinaman,
appeared In the Police Coutt this morning
on the charge of unlawful possesion of
opium. He plcjJed neither way but stated
that he was the possessor of a license to
smoke. Deputy Sheriff ChUllnEworth
tied that the fellow was not only
smoking but that he was also selling
opium to various Chinamen. The use
went over until tomorrow as the pros-cu1
tlon to further Investigate the matter.
II it vvuli to the I'ront.
A call has been Issued to itrlotlc '
Ame.Jcnns of Honolulu to volun.eer
cations should he sent to P. O. Hux 019,
A complcto now stock of gents I
Que":.'' 2s n"J cuffi Bl u a i'"' i
In Gov't Council
At the Executive ruuiirll this morn
ing It wns decided that hereafter the
Executive llillldltig should be called
"The t'npltol." The lliitletln adopt,
ed this title on Territorial t).ty.
Treasurer T. I". tensing reported a,
proposed nmendment to the Oprheum
Co.'s charter, reducing the number 'of
stockholders from II to 7. which ra
Akl & Co. applied for n light wine
and beer llcenso nt Waline.1. South
Kohnln, Hawaii, and the application
wns referred to Sheriff Andrews for re
port. Superintendent McCandless reported
nn application from the Hawaiian Elec
tric Co. for leave to sink nn nrtenlin
well on the Sailor's Home lot. The
matter wns left pending on permission
to lay n pipe line across the street.
The llllo Itatltway Co. wanted per
mission to lay Its track from Walakei
ft' t if . it tt it n is !;- if,
They Thank McKlnlcy.
Washington, July 18. The
iV- President hns received the fol-
? lowing letter:
it Honolulu, II. T., June 30. To it
it Ills Excellency, William McKIn- $
.- ley, President, and Congress of
'' the United States of America
it Greeting: We, the native Hnw- Jr.
1" linn citizens of the Territory of iV
it Hawaii send their grecctlngs; H
it they wish to express 'to you their
it appreciation nnd thnnks for the
it libera! laws which Congress has S
it enacted for tho Territory of Ha is
it wall and which your Excellency ft
it has approved on the 30th day pf
t'.' April last,
it We further extend our good
i wishes to jour Excellency approv- -
'.' ed on the 30th day of April last, it
JAMES K. KAUL1A.
it HOI1EHT W. WILCOX,
it National Committee.
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
to Puna district. The may did not
show enough Information and the ni
plicatlon wus referred back to the peti
tioners tor more details.
Superintendent McCandless spoke ot
Kukul street extension, showing a map
.of detail nnd he wni; ndvised to go.
r.head and miiket terms with properly
A pinposllton to condemn land in
Chinatown for street improvements
Tho Superintendent of Public Wor'lt
nlso reported on seeing the property
holders on the proposed widening 1
Wulklkl road. Ho would have the road
opened on the new lines within a few
Governor Dole rend a letter from Mr.
Hitchcock, Secretary of the Interior,
asking him to furnish a report on the
affairs ot the Territory of Hawaii from
July 7, 1898, to June 30, 1900.
City of PeUlnf.
Tho Hlo dc Janeiro sailed for the
Orient shortly after 12 noon aud the
City of Peking came In from her an
chorage outside. The Immigration olll
ccrs headed by Mr. Ilaldwin, went
aboard and It was fully 2 OMock he
tore the newspaper men, wultlng pa
tiently at the foot of tho gangwuj', wero
Tho City of Peking has three cabin
nnd 118 steerage passengers for this
port ns well as a quantity of frelgnL
Shu will sail for Sun 1'raniitto at li
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