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Si r m' - j" V.!. KatahlUhed .July V, 1S5R. VOL. XX.. JNO. 3SoO. nOXOIiUIiTJ. HAWAII AX ISLAXDS. FIUDAY. XOVJEMISEK -o 1S1. IMtlGE: 5 CENTS. I ,1 1; K 1 ikwfl Business (Tarbs. The Hawaiian Safe Deposil -ASH' INVESTMENT COMPANY Otlera ior Sale it t 1 3a x2 a in 50 SHARES KAOUKU STOCK 50 Shares Hawaiian Sugar Com pany Stock. 35 Shares People's Ice Stock. Cash paid for Government Bonds, all issue?. YOU CAN GET llaviland China, plain and decorated ; Enslish China, White, Granite; Cut Glass ware, Moulded and Engraved Glassware, Agateware, Tin ware, Lamps and Fittings, Flower Fots, Fruit Jars and Jelly Glasses and a thousand other useful and ornamental articles at J. T. Queen Street Stores. 3507-tf . C. BREWER & CO., LIMITED Queen Street, Honolala, H. I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea Bugar Co., ITonoma Sugar Co.,"Vailuku Sugar Co., Waihee Sugar Co., Makee Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co., Kapa pala Ranch. . Planters' Line San Francisco Packets. Chas. Brewer & Co.'a Line of Boston Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents Philadelphia Board of Under writers. LIST OF OFFICER9: P. C. Jokes President Gao. II. Robertson Manager E. F. Bishop Tres. and Secy. Col. V. F. Allen Auditor C. 31. Cooeje ) H. Watkrhouse . . . V Directors C. L. Carter ) Castle & fcooke, LIFE AND FIRE r WATERHOUSBS INSURANCE km AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL Life Insurance Company OF BOSTON. tna Fire Insurance Company OF HARTFORD. HUSTACE & CG. Dealers v WOOD AND COAL Also White and Black Sand which we will aell at the very lowest market ratea. CCBzll Tzlxphoxs No. 414. JE7Mc7rL TzutPHOSJi No. 414. 3493-ly The Hawaiian Investment Co, NKGOTIATES LOANS ON Eeal Estate and Personal Propert)r STOCKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND SOLD. .1 you have Real Estate lor Sale we can rind you a purchaser. i you have Houses for Rent we can find tenants. GENERAL REAL ESTATE AGENTS 13 auil 13 Kaahumanu Street, Mutual Telephone 630. Near Postoffice. C. A. LONG, NOTARY PUBLIC 13 Kaahumanu st. Telephone C39. 3311 -Km M. E. Grossman, D.D.8. JJ KNTIST, i8 30T2L SHUT. Orricx UoruB S a. m. to 4 r. m. C. B. RIPLEY, ARTHUR REYNOLDS, ARCHITECTS. Office New Safe Deposit Building, HOKOL7LX7, H. I. Flans, Specifications, and Superintend ence giTen for every description of Build lng. Old Buildings successfully remodelled and enlarged. Designs for Interior Decorations. Maps or Mechanical Drawing, Tracing, and Blueprinting. rsyDrawings for Book or Newspaper Illustration. New Goods A FIXE ASSORTMENT. TILES FOR FLOORS ! And for Decorating Purposes ; Matte a or all Kctds, Manila Cigars. WING WO CHAN & CO. No. sa Nuuadu Hrt. The New Jewelry Store 503 E'ort Street, ABB PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE ANY THING IN THEIR LINE. Souvenir Spoons?! a specialty. Also, on hand a fine stock of imported JEWELEY. EVERYTHING IN THE LATEST DESIGNS. XJ ' Island orders promptly attended to, P. 0. BOX 237. MUTUAL TELEPHONE 46S. E. A. JACOBSON PIONEER Steam Candy Factory and Bakery F. HORN, Practical Confectioner and Baker, ZS"0. 71 HOTEL STREET. 3753-tf WM. L. PETERSON, Notary :- Public, -: Typewriter AND COLLECTOK. OrncK: Over Bishop & Co.'sEank. SSlS-y Massage. MRS. PRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE that she will attend a limited num ber of patients. Address at H. M. Whitney's, King at. ; Bell Telephone 75. 3228-tf JENNIE L. HILDEBRAND, M. D. HOTEL STREET, Opposite Union street. C7"OiIU-e hours: 0 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 r. m. Mutual Telephone No. 010. 3S3S-3m Viavi Remedies. ILLUSTRATED TALKS EVERY Saturday at 3 p. m., at Viavi otfice, King street, by Mrs. C. tialloway. 3S14 1503-tf A. PERRY, ATTORNEY AT LAW And Notary Public. Office: Over Bishop's Bank. 3692-1 v WILLIAM C. PARKE. ' ATTORNEY - AT - LAW AFD Agnt to tk Acknowledgment. Of ?icb No. 13 Kaahumann 8treet. Hono lnln.U.I. H. R. HITCHCOCK, Notary Public, Second Judiciary Circuit H. I., KALUAAIIA, MOLOKAI. 3S043m HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., HARDWARE, Cutlery and Glassware 307 Fort Street. 3575-ly BEAVER SALOON, FORT STREET, OPPOSITE WILDER 4 CO.'S II. J". NOLTE, Proprietor. First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk. KAJ OPES FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 I M. Smokers' Requisites a specialty. CITY -:- CARRIAGE -:- COMPANY Corner King and Bethel Streets. Carriages at all Hours ! COT-Both Telephones 113. 3713-tf J. S. ANDRADE, Manager. HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Steam Engines, Hollers, Bngnr 21111a, Coolers, rau and Lead Castings, And machinery of every description made to order. Particular attention paid to eliips blacksmithintr. Job work excuted on the shortest notic. lewis & CO., Wholesale and Retail Grocers 111 FORT STREET, Telephone 24Q. P. O. Box 297. LEWERS & COOKE, iSuccessors to Lewers & Dickson. Importers and Dealers in Lumber And all Kind3 of Building Materials. NO. 83 FORT 8TKEET, nOXOLULU JOHN T. WATERH0USE, Importer &cl Da!ir Id OENERAL MESO HAND IBS. Ko. 35-81 Queen Street, Honolulu. M. W. JIcCHESNEY k SONS WHOLESALE GROCERS AND DEALERS IX Leather and Shoe Findings HONOLULU. AflFNT Honolulu Soap 'Works Co., aUILniO Honolulu Tannery. CONSOLIDATED Soda Water Works Company, Limited Esplanade, Corner Allen and Fort Sis. HOLLISTER & CO , 3710 155.9-lv H. HACKFELD & CO., General Commission Agents Cor. Fort and Queen sts., Honolulu. The Advertiser is the leadiDR daily paper of the Hawaiian Islands. It has a larger circulation and adver tising patronage than any paper published in the Hawaiian Islands. Telephones 88. ANNEXATION IS A LIVE ISSUE, Friends in Congress Will Again Take up the Cudgel in December. SIX PACIFIC CABLE BID3 MADE. Secretary CarlUle IMe $50,000,000 of ltontlx ou the AInrKet Talk of An Extra SeAalou Next Spring l'aua ira Canal Strike Arctic Keller. Washington, Nov. 10. Now that the Kepublicans have come into power it is suggested that the Hawaiian question-will again come up in Con gress iiml resolutions asking the President to negotiate a treaty of an nexation with the Hawaiian Govern ment. It is said that Mr. Boutelle will advocate the question in the House, and Senator Hoar do the same thing in the Senate. Cable Tenders. Ottawa (Ont.), Nov. 10. Tenders for the construction and maintenance of a Pacific cable were opened by the Minister of Trade today. Six offers had been received from &lx English firms. The figures will not be made public at present, but in every case they are below the estimate made by the en gineer. No objection is offered to the length of the link of 700 miles between Van couver and Fanning Island, the point designated as the landing place, if a suitable place cannot be had on the Hawaiian group. More Bonds Out. Washington, Nov. 13. Secretary Carlisle issued a call late this after noon for bids for $50,000,000 5 percent. ten-year bonds, the interest to be paid in coin, which is interpreted to mean gold. The only material changes made in the present call from that issued on January 14th last are the omission of the upset or minimum price which would be accepted, and the notice that proposals for the present issue must be sealed. Extra Session. Washington (D. C), Nov. 14. There has been a great deal of talk about an extra session of the Fifty fourth Congress early next spring. It is argued that some provision must be made to bolster up the finances of the Government and to provide against the necessity of another issue of 5 per cent bonds. j s i l Strike on the Panama Canal.' 1 Panama (via Galveston), Nov. 12. A strike has taken place among the laborers on the Culebra section of the Panama Canal. The men are paid only from 35 cents to 40 cents a day and find their own supplies. They demand an increase to 50 cents. Santa Domingo has imprisoned Dr. Freitas, the Venezuelan Consul. Russian Relief Expedition. London, Nov. 13. A dispatch from Christiania says : The Russian Gov ernment has chartered the steamer Lindesnacs to search for the steamer St. Gerne, on which Captain Wiggins, the Arctic explorer, left Yenesiesk on September 15th with his own and two other crews, numbering in all fifty men. It is believed that Wiggins is iceboundjin the Karaza. The captain of the Lindesnacs hopes to get tidings of Wiggins at Chabarowa. Should he fail t do this he will send parties overland to the Siberian coast. Paid Damage Claims. New York, Nov. 12. The Hev. Dr. C. C. Crogan, District Secretary of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, has received word from the home office of the Board in Boston that the treasurer has received SI 7, 500 f mm the United States Government, being the indemnity paid by Spain a3 compensation for an outrage perpetrated against an Amer ican cititizen and American property at Pouape in one of lite group of Mi cronesia n Inland., in the southern Pa cific in 1SSS. Cru:$er Captains. Captain E. M. Shrpard, now commaudirg tl; receiving ship Minnesota, vill succeetl Captain Cooper in command of the San Francisco, ard Le in turn will be succeeded by Captain H. F. Picking. London charitable feocieties spend about 50,000,000 a year relieving the poor. A philologist of high repute is authority for the statement that there are seventy-two languages spoken in Russia. uirmnirc nc mm hum liu I uiiiLO ui umrmu niimui A Large Garrison Captured and Port Arthur Occupied at Last. china's FEEBLE FIGHTING. Her Annie Oiler Mttle Kealatance She Apologizes 1'rofutely to Kncland Secretary Urriham'i Oder Japan I Not Anxious for a Settlement. London, Nov. 15. The Central News correspondent in Tokio says : A special steamer has arrived at Hwang Chu with dispatches relating to the war. Kin Chow was taken by the Japanese on November 4th. The garrison consisted of 1200 infantry and artillery. The batteries were very badly served during tho defense. The first division of the Japanese army advanced to the attack with spirit on the morning of the 4th. Tho resistance of the Chinese was feeble. The fire from their guns was weak and ill-directed, and the outlying fort works were cleared quickly. at pout aktiiuk. London, Nov. 15. A dispatch from Shanghai says the Japanese captured Port Arthur yesterday morning after feeble resistance by the Chinese. Port Arthur was bombarded previous to the surrender. The Chinese laid down their arms and yielded themselves prisoners of war. The Chinese com manding officers abandoned Port Ar thur ou the night of November Gth. It is reported the representatives of foreign Powers will start for Peking immediately. CHINESE FLEET. London, Nov. 15. The Pall Mall Gazette has a private dispatch today saying that the Japaness forces have captured Talienwan. The Chinese lleet is at AVel-Hal-Wel ana the Rus sian fleet at Chee Foo. APOLOOY TO ENGLAND. Tientsin, Nov. 15. Officials of the Chinese- Government this morning made the apologies demanded by the British Government officials for out rages committed by the Chinese sol diers on the British steamship Chang King in August. The Chang King was saluted by the guns at Taku forts and the required apology was made to the British. G RES HAM DIPS IN. Tokio, Nov. 15. United States Min ister Dun has communicated to the Ministry the substance of an import ant cipher cable proposition received from Secretary Gresham at Washing ton. It suggests that if Japan will join in requesting the President of the United States to act as a mediator in settling the wTar he will exercise his offices in that capacity. A similar proposition has been sent to China. JAPAN INDIFFERENT. Washington, Nov. 15. It is stated here in official circles that Japan has not yet accepted the invitation of the United States to submit the question of peace with China to our mediation. While the statement is probably liter ally correct, there is reason to believe that Japan has requested, as a prelim inary to action upon our invitation, that she be informed explicitly just what terms China has to propose as a basis of a treaty of peace. 1 i SAN FRANCISCO'S REQUEST. Another Attempt Will b8 Made to Send Her Lepers Here. Some months ago Mayor Ellert, of San Francisco, wrote to the Gov ernment regarding the disposition of some leper3 that are now in the lazaretto. He desired permission to send the afflicted persons to Molokai, but was not successful in getting this Government's consent. When the matter was talked of here it seemed to be the general opinion that if San Francisco was allowed to ship her lepers here, other cities, and perhaps countries, would want lo unload all persons tainted with the disease on Hawaii It is understood that another effort will be made to transfer the lepers now in San Francisco to the settlement. At a recent meeting of the San Francisco Board of Su pervisors, a resolution was passed granting Chief of Police Crowley sixty days' leave of absence, and authorizing him to make arrange ments for the transfer of the lepers, if it was a possible thing. Mr. Crowley arrived yesterday. It is said that thirteen lepers are now cared for at San Francisco, and the claim is made that more than half of the men came from this country. THE CONTINENTAL CHESS BOARD. Movements of tho Mighty Men Who Now Rule All of Europe. THE GERMANS ARE PUZZLED. Their Kmperor llaa Item IMayiuc Pat and Lvoin A Crisis In Fruff Caprltl la Slighted nud Secre tary Itealgiia Anarchist at Work. Berlin, Nov. 10. Now that ".the dazzling e fleet made by Kmperor Willlams lightning-change solution of 'the ministerial crisis Is clearing away, aud tho people are taking a clearer view of tho situation in all lt bearings, two distinct feelings are be coming manifest one of uneasiness among politicians generally respect ing the stability of the Oermau homo policy, which there is now little doubt will be considerably modified by tho advent of Prince Hohenlohe, the new chancellor; and the other a feeling of anxiety openly expressed by the mouthpiece of the Liberal party at the autocratic attitude which the Em peror assumed in settling the difficul ty. His action was certainly not more arbitrary than upon the occasion of the downfall of Prince Bismarck from power, but the German people hardly expected to witness a repeti tion of that Incident within so com paratively short a time. CRISIS IN FRANCE. Paris, Nov. 15. It is becoming evi dent that a Cabinet crisis in France Is delayed only by the critical general situation, which makes it highly in advisable to change the Ministers at the present time. The radicals and socialists are per sisting in their attacks upon the Presi dent, with the obvious object to drive him to resign In disgust. There is no possibility ,of euch tactics succeeding and they are beginning to cause some reaction in favor of Casimir-Perier. Such is the effect of incidents like that at Thursday's session of the Paris Municipal Council. CAPRIVI SLIGHTED. Berlin, Nov. 14. The Emperor lias refused to confer on Count Von Caprivi the usual title of Staatsmlni3 ter Ausserdienst. Herr Boetticher, Secretary of State for the Interior, re signed on learning that Chancellor Hohenlohe had ordered him to restore the 800,000 marks he received from Guelph fund. PLOTTED AGAINST THE CZAR. Warsaw, Nov. 14. Lieutenant Boborykin has been deprived by-court-martial of his military and no bility ranks and sentenced to servi tude for life in Siberia for Implication in a plot against the life of the Czar. Many Polish Catholic priests, who were arrested for refusing to swear al legiance to Nicholas II, have taken the oath and have been released. The report that the Bishop of Lublin was arrested for reading the oath in Polish has been denied. "FRANK" IS INTERVIEWED. After the Opium Ring and Heading Off Insurgents, It Is Written. A San Francisco paper gives the startling information that Frank B. McStocker, Deputy Collector General, is on that coast campaign ing against an opium ring. The gentleman has been there a month and over on the mission. About the reported operations of "Billy" Aldrich as an alleged con spirator, Mr. McStocker said : "I have seen the gentleman in this city who received the letters from Mr. Aldrich, and I advised him to hesi tate before accepting the commission offered him. He is wanted to go down to Honolulu and lead the revolt, but I have convinced him that it would be a foolish errand. Even if Mr. Aldrich is empowereJ by any party in the islands to secure foreign aid for the purposes of a revolution, it would be foolhardy for himself or any one else to interest himself in the movement." Circuit Court. James I. Dowsett's suit to gain possession of a large tract of land beyond Ewais on in Circuit Court, before Judge Cooper and a jury. It will continue a couple of days yet. Kaniku, convicted of an assault with a deadly weapon, will carry his petition for a new trial to the Supreme Court. Judge Whiting yesterday heard in chambers the last of the Kona ejectment case. The French cavalry numbers 150, 000 horses.