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TELE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ABVJailTISEIl: HONOLULU, NOVEMBER 1, 1S94.
o LATE HEVS FROM ABROAD The Czar's Life Hangs By a Thread. WAR ESTWEEN JAPAN AND CHINA. The Chinese Claim (irat Victory at th Yalu Khrr-l ktrh of the Llf of the Com In Curt mrrlrs and M exlco Anthony Kroule Death .St. Peters bubo, Oct. 10. There m ie&a bad new about the Czar's condi tion, which Is however, still very ser ious. The swelling 5s rising above his knee9. It was tapped yesterday, which seemed to relieve the Czar for a time. 8t. Petersburg, Oct JO. 11 p. m. The Emperor lept a little today, lie is In the name condition as to hU strength and the activity of hU heart. The nighta of the 19th aud iwth were less Lad. Biarritz, Oct. 3)-A telegram wai receive! here last night from the Czar himself by Princes LJourouski, better known to the public as Princess Dol gorouk. the morgonatic wife of the late Czar. It was as follows: Je me trouve tres faible, raais j 'cape re encore me retablir. "ALEXANDRE." I feel very weak, but I still hope to recover. Alexander. Paris, OcL 20. The Czar's struggle with death continues. The political life of Europe is hanging in suspense upon what Is taking place in a little Crimean village, where lies dying the absolute ruler of 12U,000,000 human beings. The origin and progress of his disease seems so strange, that the report that he has been poisoned cir culates with perslstance. It is not probable that this is true, but all ex traordinary events are possible in Ilu9sia. For two days past all those who have access to the Czarowitch have been questioned about him. Accord ing to all the information obtainable, he la a young man of average intelli gence, and inclined to liberal ideas, especially iu religious matters. For a long time he manifested a liking for Germany, but in this respect he seems to have changed. His chief ad viser will be General Domlovitch, of whom he is very fond. The general is an energetic soldier of absolutely Slavonic Ideas. The marriage of the Czarowitch to Princess Alix of Hesse will certaiuly take place with a brief delay. He will break otT bis liaison with the Polish Jewess Danseuse, who has had a great influence on him. This dan Reuse was the first love affair of this young prince, who, until he made her acquaintance, had maintained great reserve, and was inclined to solitude. The future young Emperor of Russia s very fond of his uncle, Grand Duke Hergius, and, above all, of the Grand Duchess', who is a very beautiful woman. She was born a Princess of Iles-e, and Is a sister of the future Empress of Russia. It is said that the influence of the Grand Duchess was the only thing which has proved powerful enough to bring the Czaro witch to consent to the marriage ar ranged for him. The future Czar is very Russian in his habits aud morals. In this he is not like his father, who is very re served. During his stay in London last spring, the Czarowitch went to all sorts of places where princes are not in the habit of visiting. In order to meet the expectations of Europe, it would be necessary for the young Prince to have all possible talents and virtue. He seems dis posed to rule alike with prudence, and it is not likely that he will, at least for the preseut, in any way change the policy followed by his father. It is not reasonable to ak anything more of this unhappy young Prince, who, at the age of twenty-six years, i called on to undergo the terrible slavery of being chief of the vastest empire of Europe. .Shanghai, Oct. 20. Count Ito, the Japauese Premier, explained fully yes terday to the Parliament the cause of the war, showiog that it was inevita ble and was forced by Chinese perfidy. He produced a great inipre sion. The Diet is unanimously iu favor of the war, and is voting all the funds asked by the Government with enthusiasm, in order to obtain its triumpbaut cou elusion. There are seriom uprisings in An hull and Fukein. Shanghai, Oct. 20. Four vessel of the Chinese squadron have arrived at Wei-Hai-Wei. The Chiuese strani er Tung Chow, which has arrived here, reports two Chinese ironclads and one Chiuese cruiser, which have been undergoing r pairs at Port Ar thur, have reached Wei-Hei-Wei. It is added the other warships will re quire more extensive repairs and con sequently their departure from Port Arthur may be delayed some time. The Chinese fleet, completely reflt t?d, ha sailed from the harbor of Chee Foo. The Japanese warships are cruis ing about Ping Yang iulet. J .on don, Oct. 20. A dispatch re ceived from Shanghai today, says: According to Chinese advicts, a severe battle has been fought on the lower portion of the Yalu river. The Jap anese are said to have crossed the riv er and attacked the Chluese but, aftr fierce righting, the Japaurse were re pulsed. Both sides are said to have lost heavily. The Chinese d not claim a conclusive victory, but .eclar they still maintain their position. 2"o con firmation of the dispatch is obtaina ble. A dispatch from Tokio says that 40, 000 Japanese troops have left Hiro shamaon thirty-five transport- Their destination Is known only to the au thorities. New York, Oct. 20. A Sun Lon don special, says: The conviction is becoming widespread that the crisis In the far East is sure to precipitate consequences more serious than were dreamed of at the outset of hostilities between China and Japan. The im pression is to strong that the Chinese Empire is in danger of disintegration that the European agents of that Gov ernment are resorting to extraordi nary measures to counteract it. The news agency which brings the bulk of news of the war to London, received a letter from a member of the Chinese Legation yesterday, and it stopped distributing unfavorable reports of Chinese domestic affairs. This, of course, is to facilitate floating the Chi nese Loan. A Vienna banking house has finally undertaken to do this, and it will be offered at various European capitals in a few days. The Roths childs refusal to touch it, and other London bankers are still hagglingover terms. . Yokohama. Oct. 20. Several hun dred Koreans have rebelled in the province of Chal-La-Do, and a com bined force of Koreans and Japanese has been sent to suppress the uprising. The Koreans show restlessness under Japanese rule. Uncle Sam Join Mexico. Guatemala, Oct. 20. It is re ported ths United .States Govern ment has privately assured Mexico that it would not be adverse to see ing Mexico take charge of Central America, preserve the peace and protect American citizens. Fronde Dead. London, Oct. 20. J. Anthony Froude, the noted historian, died at 0 :30 thi3 morning. Sunday Football. "No Church, no game," seems to be the rule of a certain football club at New Swindon, Wiltshire, where the young men play their game on Sunday afternoons ; "but they would not allow those who had been absent from church in the morning to join in the games," so said the vicar at a Church Union meeting lately. "Parish priests ought to be present with their young people in their amusements, and certainly ought not to let it be supposed that they look askance at those amusements." There are gome Canadian parsens who would look very much "askance" at these same Sunday-afternoon football matches though they seem "a nice quiet way" of spending the day, amid Old Country traditions, where football is as harmless as foot walks. Canadian Churchman, To ronto. LIST OF LETTERS Remising in tie General Post 02c cp to October 31, 1S3L Hood's Cured After -brothers Failed Scrofula In the Neck Bunches All Cone Now. Anderson, C Adams, H. Ayrton. J Faker, E Kallmann. C lioanch, D L RiUard.Miss F (3) Bradley. i'rof (2) ISrandt, Miss IJraune. A Brown. V A Erouggy. T Carloy, Mrs Cas, Mis L Cunningham. J (3) Cook. K Cooke. Mrs A Chief Engr iiOTt Rejs Dickson. C Eldart. II Fawer. T E Fern, 11 Felta.DrC H(2) Oault. Mrs J R Gibson. 31 rs C Gorlicn. II Gibesoa, A Hart. MrsCW Hall. Mrs G M Harrison. II Hooper, Miss C Horn beck. G Holt. K W Irnbim, J Johnson. P Johnson. C (2) Jones, E K Landan. B (3) Lambert, llev Longhern. 11 Leonard. H Manger, M Mobsman, G McLane, P Noonan. Mrs P Xewlacds, W V O'Dowda. T Princiril of GirU' pAppadahi. L Catholic 1'atty. Mrs L Forurow.W Anderson, W Amundsen. O Bates. F A Haezi, 11 Bernheim. L Black. Mrs T M Butlington, Mrs E D Brandt. J Bridgeford.J K Brown, H Carter, Mis3 E S Cullen. Mrs L K Cornelia, J Cooke. A Chapman. W Drysdale, liss T Foster. Mrs A T Featherstone, A E(2) Galharl. J Gesse. V K Golstein. Mr Green, 8 E Hackshan, C Hafer, P Haya. J Hopfe.H Holt. Mrs O J Ital.L Johnson, Miss Johnson, V H Johns, E r. London, Mr Lohmeyer, A Levin son, H Lee, R E MoUer, N McTernan, C McKinley, Mi3 M Nicholas, D School Peter. J Perar, W Peiham, Mrs M iuinn, F J Bedinpton. A P (3) Pochford T Mnith. A (3) Smith. II A Smith. T J Spiee;, L Striuberp. J II Sytney. C Summons. J W tennymole. G Schroder. H Scnaefer. Mrs Sttwart, J T (2) Tucker. Miss J E Thonipon. A U (2) Terrv. Mrs A Thurston. C H Timins. T Uhiig. E Waireki. Mr Walker, W G Wallace. J White Hou?e2) U icks. Mrs W Whire. J A William?. M Persler, H Phillips W(2) Puldford, E Qatll. D Piihon, A Smith. W Smith, C H Stu'tn. H W Sia. J P. tariJeman, G Suht, W Senao, A J Schrotke. H B Schultze, O M Schuldt. A Truka, T Treat. AS Turner. W TUlander, O Wall en. A Wallace. Mrs Wagjjner. J Wuizen. I II jr Wigini, W Whitnev. A N Wood, Mr 1 Parties inquiriusr for letters in the above i:t will please a fur "Advertised Letter." JOS. M. OAT. Ii:inuter-GeneraL General IV-1 OlUce. Honolulu, Octo bfr 31. Wanted. i SL KVFYOR'sOUlrir. ADDRESS 1 V vitii full particulars A li. CHTl. ; Care Hawaiian (jazet.-e C -mpAny, 5 ZSZo 1 w Honolulu. Sar.serviTTe. Maine. " C. I. rioo.1 Zi Co., Lowell. Mass.: Gentlemen: I feel that I cannot say enon;i la favor of Hood's Sarsaparilla. For five years I Lave been troubled with scrofula la my neck and throat. Several kinds of medicines which I tried did not do me any good, and when I com menced to take Hood's SaxsapariHa there were laro bunches on my neck so tore that I could Hood's5 Curesj not bear the slightest touch. "When I had taken ore bottle, of this medicine, the soreness had; gone, and before I had finished tha second the bunches had entirely disappeared." ElA-Sxiib Atwood, Sanservtlle, Maine. . B. If you decide to take Ilood's Sarsapa rllla do not bo Induced to buy any other. Hood's Pills cure constipation by restor. Izz the peristaltic action ol tiie alimentary canal HOBRON DRUG COMPANY, 3366 Wholesale Agents. National Caoe Shredder (PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.) Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Hilo Sugar Company gives the following wonderful record of the working: of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED DER, which was erected by their works at the commence ment of the crop just har vested: "During the past week the Hilo Sugar Companj-'s mill ex ceeded any of its former records by closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300$ tons. This is fully 10 per cent, more than the best work of former years. "The three roller mill being 2G in. bv 54 in. and the two roller mill 30 in. by GO in. The first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner and with great ease, compared with work on whole cane, owing to thorough preparation of the cane by the National Cane Shredder, recently erec ted bj' the Company. And by its use the extrac tion has been increased from 3 per cent, to 5 per cent, on all kinds of cane, and in some cases SO per cent, has been reached; the average being 75 to 7S per cent., according to quality. I continue to find the megass from shredded cane better fuel than from whole cane. The shredder has been working day and night for seven months and has given me entire satisfaction, having shredded during that time about seventy thousand tons ot cane, and a large part of it being hard ratoons. The shredder and engine require very little care or attention' jSPPlans and specifications of these shredders may be seen at the office of We G. Irwin Co. LiL SOLE AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. 3o34-3m To Let. BYAUTHOEITY. Wafer Notice. of 0is to the drought and srarcitv water, the residents above JuJd street are requested to collect what wate" they may require for household purjcses b fore S o'clock a. x. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Work Honolulu, II. I., Ju'y 194. S744-:f I rTintion Notice. HoMt-r- t u:r rrivii -e.-. or those paying waier rates, ure .tre!y noticed that the hour for irrigation purposes are from 7 to S o'clock, a. m. and & to 6 o'clock p. i. A. CUOWN, Superintendent h'ono'u n W.vter Works. Approved : .r. . King, Minister of ?h- Interior. Honolulu. Mav 2.3, 1$4. :;;s-tf Of Interest to Sugar Mill Owners Managers and Agents of Plantations, and to Every body Using Machinery. THAT ELEGANT KESI- V.i; ion c t tne head cf ictorii strt-tt and harston Avenue, uih Pui..tovl Hill and known a? "I:aia L d', lately occupied by E. Wulter. IssrSMon siveu the let day of November i.ext. The premises can be ins;-.ted tiaily. . more elegant resi dei.ee an.l hner location ti-r health cannot te foend in the city The Lou- is iirw ynd has all the conven er.ces necS3ry. Outside butld i:ik.s ci;:s;st of St-rvan's' Onartt r, Car iljLr Ho'.:se.'l wo :a!l T.hl s,anl tetl hoin, t ath K 'in, T-c: Kooiu and Chicken HoU', 'c , no. ZZA ppl v to M NN ON 1 UEMlKS. 3 ti The nndersigneil begs to inform the public that be has opened an es tablishment at the corner of Qceen and Nuuasu fcts., Honolulu, where will be kept in stock a fall supply of Engineer's Findings; Steam and Water Pipe and Fittings ;Brasswork, Finished and Rough; Hooker's Steam and Double Acting Pumps; Deep Well Pumps; Windmill Pumps; Hand Power Pumps of various de signs. Being sole agent and representa tive of the firm of W. T. Gabratt & Co., of San Francisco, who are manu facturers of this line of goods, I am enabled to sell at prices never before quoted in this market, saving my customers the wholesale and jobbers profits. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of the Richard's Lock Nut, which is aa ordinary hexagon nut constructed so that ;t 13 impossible for the nnt to become loose or slack, and fall off the bolt. It costs no more than the ordinary cold pressed iron nut and dispenses with the use of the lock washers, keys and split pins. This nut is now exclusively used on all the principal railroads and street cars lines in the United States. Samples and pamphlets furnished on application to the undersigned. Agent for the Siphon Water Elevator, which is automatic, for irrigation, city supply, farms, etc. This invention as its name indicates is based upon the principle of the siphon known to the Ancients but it is devised in snch a manner as to greatly enlarge the field of applica tion. Used until today only for the drawing off of liquids to a lower level, the siphon now becomes an Automatic Water Elevator, which under favorable conditions is en dowed with great powers. In many instances, land situated higher than the irrigation ditch can be irrigated at a nominal expense. The Siphon Elevator is especially adapted for such conditions, as it can elevate the water from the main irrigation ditch to a higher one, while the waste is available for irrigating the lower levels. The siphon elevators are made of brass and iron in sizes rangiug in capacity of from two hundred to three million gallons per day. Estimates and plans furnish ed for new machinery and repairs. C. R. McVeigh, Consulting Engineer. Office and warehouse cor. Queen and Nnuanu sts., Honolulu. P. O. Box 457. Mutual Tel. 578. Marshal's Sale. TY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF IJ Execution, issued out of theDis'rict Court, oa the 16.h day of October, A D. 1S94. against Dr. G. A. Ingf defendant, in favor of Ho!lister t' Co., Limited, plaintiff, for the sum of 117 32, I have levied upon and shall expose for sale at the Police fetation, in the District of Ho nolulu, IsUnd of Oahu, at 12 o'clock of WEDNESDAY, the tiUt day of Novem ber, A. D. 1S94, to the highest bidder, all the right, title aud interest cf the said Dr. G. A. Ings, defendant, in and to the following property, unless said judgment, interest, costs and my expenses be previously paid. List of property for sale : Lot cf .Medical and Mimical Works and Instruments; also treatises on French and German Languages; Novels and 3 few Music Books. 33The above is open for inspection at theotSce of tne Deputy Marshal. XST'Terms Cah. E. G. HITCHCOCK, Marshal. Honolulc, October 19, 1S94. 3S21 1596-3t Hawaiian Coffee Planters Manual With Note r the Method of Coffee Cul ture Practiced iu Guatemala, Brazil. Liberia and Ceylon. Givinsr full instru -t:oa how to plant, cultivate, clean and prep ire Coffee for market. Also estimate ct cf a cuffte plantation of 2( 0 acres. KDITKI) BY II. M. WHITNEY. PRICE 50 CENTS. ,CJTor sale by ail news dealers. MJW'JJJ.V GAZETTE CO. Publishers. I General Urrcntsrnunis. proper care orthiy ntcy prove very . . . da? Tf 't T - - t .1 horse qtccyj incy cause the si5 oj Knife rrty result in x Sevious Cub Any f rfrosc things happen Yo one yoUrL fevrtti ly at ary yr omcnt. t hcsW euai jor thus cutc of calsburncca- swellings; br-uiscs, SJxa'ms, Sores, Vrvsctb ""tC3 c All bruicjtSt S Sell if FERRYVAViS&Soti. TLOgEC$ HOLUSTERDRUG Co. Limited, AGENTS FOR PERRY DAVIS' Pain Killer ! 503 Fort Street, HONOLULU. THIS SPACE RESERVED FOE Hawaiian Electric Company VERY itest toortations -OF- Cloth, Serges, Diagonals and Tweed 1 are always to be found at L. B. Kerr's STORE. 47 Qaeen Street SlT'These Goods are of the best English and French make and comprise the new est styles and patterns, will be sold in quantities to suit purchasers. THE H awauan STAB. Subscription Price 75c. A MONTH. $2 A QUARTER. Payable in Advance ! I'UBLISHED BY TIIE Hawaiian Star NEWSPAPER COMPANY, L'D. S651-tf The Planters' Monthly. II. M. Whitney, - Editor. CONTENT8 FOR OCTOBER, 1894. Notes on Current Topics. Articificial Kain. The Louisiana Revolt. Cane lopping and Cutting by Machinery. Sugar Bounties and Duties. Farm Manures and Fertilizers. Sugar Mill3 and Plantations in Hilo. Low Prices cf Sugar and their Cause. Pineapples in Florida. Beet Sugar in United States under the Tariff. How to grow fine Ferns. Chemical Control in the Factory. The Peanut Industry. Oranges and their uses as Food. Tea Consumption. Ercouracint; the Eounty 'ystem. Worth Rf-membering during Droughts. List of Officers P. L. & S. Co. Subscription $2.50 a year. Foreign Subscription $3 a year. Bound Volumes 3 50 Back Voltunce hound to orl?r. C"Tublished by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 46 Merchant St. Honolalr C-i J A -4 1" i is, t it 11 Si i it