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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, JULY 3t 1901.
i 3 -j. hopp it ca CHINA, AWAKENING, Window I hades offle use. for home Wicker iChairs m o and " J for veranda or the parlor The latest and most elegant O Upholstered Lounges i fw to close out at ex- ! M I ft eeptlonal bargain price, j- s WELL WORTH A VISIT. O u o ; Upholstering and- Repairing. t iJ, Bopp & Co. -c 1 K. is- The Leading Furniture Dealers. JONf AND BETHEL 8T8. o 1 I UM -r '00 t dJ0H "( MAY. BECOME A MENACE Editor Advertiser: At last we begin son to congratulate herself not only in to see the loving the land in China getting out or it so wen Dut in getting . matters. The indemnity is decided upon. Ihe mode of its collection will involve some further discussion, but that will not hinder the execution of the agreement. The Emperor of China has issued his edict which indicates a finality; the foreign troops are to be greatly reduced if not wholly with drawn; the Court is getting ready to come back; the Chinese military is or ganizing to act as its own police, and things are now expected to resume, lit tle by little, their normal condition. So far so good. But Chinese states men are not done with their troubles. One fear is that as some of the foreign troops are withdrawn a period of an archy will prevail in the provinces which have been the seat of disturb ance. They they have a big task on hand to regain this lost prestige in the eyes of their own people. At present he antagonism towards the foreigners nclines them to sympathize with their out of it in a way which, by dint of management, can be turned into a tn- j umph. Better immeasurably for China to agree tp the dictation of the allies and give her obligation to pay the four hundred and fifty millions. Had she refused, her dismemberment would have been certain and speedy. By acquiesc ing she has taken away the excuse the allies had for holding onto her terri tory. Now they are bound in honor to get out, and that means largely the continuing of autonomy; and if her au tonomy is contfnued to her, in the end China will rise. That the empire is now to be developed on new and progress- jive lines is generally conceded. Taught by bitter experience her statesmen will now introduce modern improvements and make herself powerful. Little by little, in less than half a century, per haps, the unwieldy, double-jointed giant now floundering in the ditch will be on her legs on solid ground, and then the nations will hear from her. What China has to apprehend just now is an attempt to fetter and baffle her in an efficient military organization such as GREATjnML'ONS. This week we are offering Boys' Golf Shirts, age 13 to 16 years, regular value $1 on sale at 65c. We call attention to our stock of Boys' Shirt Waists which was never socomplete as now. We have just opened a large shipment of Boys' colored and white Shirt Waists, laundered and unlaundered. Our Prices you will find the Lowest own rulers; the moment the foreigners the- dpstrnrtinn of her forts th nrohibi- are gone the rulers must w in their own I tion on military supplies and kindred sympathy by successful and popular ad- j features. The discussion of such facts. ministration. People will become criti- ! ith the various treatv readiustments cal as never before, and the officials ; anticipated, are now just ahead, and must meet it. It may be safely said T will add to the embarrassments of her that many millions of people who have , statesmen, but with autonomy 'secured corne so rudely into collision with out-!She will come out right. side nations ana have had many new ; All this does not mean that Chinese thoughts and ideas sprung into their autonomy is a desire of all the nations minds will never be just what they that are npw dealing with her. Neither were before. The beginnings of a new Russia nor France are satisfied to see departure are sown broadcast and it j her exist in independence. And we are will be hard to tell just what kind of not convinced that at heart the Kaiser crop will be the result. And, again, jS much better. It is "the best thing they are to have a new Experience in ( to do" just now diplomatically tt ex getting themselves adjusted to their press a desire for the integrity of Chi- new foreign relations and foreign con- na. But for the United States. England ditions. certain it is that China is not and Japan there would be no such talk. her own master. Her statesmen are But for these three powers China would aware of that. And her common people have been on the chopping block before will find it out faster than they can this. adapt themselves to it. The foreigner; It remains for us now to watch the has come into his politics, and hence- moves on the international chessboard. forth will always have to be taken into Stirring times, are ahead. account. WILLIAM ASHMON. Though it is disastrous for China in No. 10 Bund, Yokohama, Japan, June so many particulars, yet she has rea- 12. 1901. CUTS DOWN THE FIGURE (Continued from Page L) that he is continuing a successful tour. The company have many new plays in their repertoire and are sure of a hearty reception should they decide to make the trip. SPECIAL THIS WEEK- 9c per Yard. Choice selection of Fine Lawns and Dimities, good value, fast color, dainty patterns. This week only 9cts per yard. , New assortment of Belts, Neck ware, latest style Ladies' Linen'Col lars. All new goods just opened. Boys Wash Suits Regatta Style; the kind that does not fade. Our prices are lower than inferior makes. 1,500 pairs Boys' Knee Pants in all sizes, special 40cts a pair. THE OX 'apers rt oS quality continue to t with people of good twrU Judgment, and we Invite t'- !a3tion of our Una. I' iadud-i all the moft a Kwea hadea d ,tyle, t price. rMia from J5c a box upward. f 731 Lcc NOW DISPLAYED AT- 1: Pa TH 1 UU.. LIU, KING STREET 8EW LINE OF Glf Stanley and White Shirts. Dickey said that he could not en tirely agree with the statements made by the Representative from the Fifth District. He thought the senatorial epistle was an insult to the good sense of the House. Then he proceeded to lay down the law as he understood it. The bill had not. as yet Been finally acted upon. According to Dickey, the final passage of a bill means the final action by which a law is passed and becomes ready for the signature of the Governor. As long as there are amendments under consideration, Ty either house, the bill is not finally passed, and any final action, either tn ajj amendment or on the body of the bill, which results in the final passage of the measure. By sections 22 and 46 of the organic act it requires a majori ty of the members of the House to finally pass any biU. Evidently the other members of the House were of the same opinion, for when a ote was demanded, on wheth er or not the bill should be consiaerea as having its final reading, it was de feated bv a vote of 14 to 4. In the afternoon, the same matter was discussed again, although noth ing was done, all that could be done having been accomplished in the morn ing. Beckley talked right out in meet ing and made some strong accusations against the Senate. The letter sent down in the morning by the upper house was nothing more than a game of bluff, said he. Continuing. he said that he objected to having things rail roaded through in this way. The Qnato n-iis none too careful in the manner in which it was spending the public funds. As an example, me methods employed in hiring and pay ing a translator were directly in line with what he was saying. Last Satur day's luau was a good example what he had in mind, and the other members of the House knew what he meant. The Senate was a deliberative body, elected at large, to prevent, by their conservativeness, the excesses on the part of the lower house, which was elected bv districts, and which was In direct touch with the people, ine oti -ators should have asked for $10,000 more, in order to pay tne expeusco the third house. Instead of following the path that was onginauy maiu out for them, tney nau - province of a supreme couri, uu whose decision there was no appeal. At a few minutes before 4 o clock the House adjourned until this morning. -w- N BILLS MAY COMii. FLYING JORDANS VARIETY AND GYMNASTIC EXHIBITION 2 Perfomances This Day. 2 Performances This Dav. July 4. July 4. Grand i . j l J$T IN H(se; Suspenders and Underwear. PWU BATS, ..OM?5 and Wnni . OverAli t'15 01 the a. ' - ctUU V ft' Family Great Values! 0 JL f 4 This Week nly. I 100 dozen Linen a dozen. - Huck Towels at $2.50 f Remnant Sale Wash Goods; all this season's goods. Short and dress lengths. Over 500 Kem nants this week 'on sale. Every Rem nant must be sold: Pacific Import Qo. PROGRESS BLOCK. FORT STREET. Frank L. Hoogs has the honor to an nounce the second appearance in Hono lulu of the distinguished artists Herr Marquardt AND MADAME Breitschuck Marquiidt. Will Not Arrive Until Late in the Season. A letter received from Florence Rob erts to a Honolulu friend states that Julia Dean, well remembered here in connection with the Neill company, par ticularly for her work in "The Bacne-lor-s Romance." visited the popular lit tle star in her dressing-room and stated that the Neills had made all arrange ments to play here in November. , Thi0 i nnd news, as the town will ne the dramatic Nelll's h-.i-nirrv for something in tima and shOWS business acumen in waiting untl1 good folk of Honolulu have returned from their midsummer wande"nJf Neill himself has sent o positive an f v, fnmine beyond a few Matinee Commencing at 2:30. Mr. Forrest Seabury, the world's greatest high diver will make his terrific leap at 2 o'clock sharp. 4th of July Night Grand Fire Works Display. Seabury High Dive 7:30. Envel oped in Fire and Rockets; diving through space; last time in Hono lulu. Special 4th of July Program. The Jordans leap for life and human ball act, last performance under canvas. Special Friday Night, July 5, Grand Chinese Night! Grand Benefit 1 AT THE CHINESE THEATER, The Novelty! The Novelty! Two Com panies Combined. The Chinese Theatrical Co. The Flying Jordans Variety Vaudeville Co., under the patronage and eontrol of 1 he Leading Chinese Citizens and Mer chants; positively last performance of the Flying Jordans as they leave for Orient on China Saturday. Drill Shed Grounds. Reserved Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co. N POPULAR PRICES. ONE Grand Concert Will be Given at the Hawaiian Opera House AfU of July TWO! Night Reserved seats will be a sale at Wall, Nichols Co., on Tuesday, July 2d. fiQHfnrnia Hi! CtnVo ! vtaiiiUiUia vii uiuonoi 8 JUDD & CO. 307 Stangenwaid Building. Are the agents for the following Oil Companies: ROCKEFELLER OIL CO., selling at 50 cents per share. LA PRIMERA OIL CO., selling at S5 cents per share. OCCIDENTAL OIL CO. (combine plan), selling at 20 cents per share. SULPHUR CREEK LUBRICATING OIL CO., selling at 10 cents pe share. No More Dread of e Dental Chair $500 EL RET OIL CO., at share. WING LUNG COv G ROGERS FRESH FRUITS ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. King Street, corner Alakea. Fresh California Fruit Oil Stocks pay on an average as good as sugar plantations, some of them are known to pay 60 per cent a year. Now is the time to buy, before the prices are raised. The above companies are bona fide ones, and not "wildcats." Circulars mailed on application. Judd & Qo Will be given to anyone who detect inferior material used by the New York Dental Parlora. In all our gold crowns and bridgework we use 22-K. gold. In all our other work the ma terial Is OF THE BEST, AND GUAR ANTEED. AH work done by GRAD UATED DENTISTS of from 12 to 20 vflaro' nTnpHonpo onrl nrH rfpnarfTripnt fin charge of a specialist. Give us a 15 cents per call, and you will find us to do exactly as we advertise. We tell you In ad vance exactly what your work will cost by a FREE EXAMINATION. SET TEETH $5.00 GOLD CROWNS 6.00 GOLD FILLINGS l.W SILVER FILLINGS 60 HO PLATES RQrn. ""ten P. O. BOX No. 667. Counters, Shelving, Partitions, OFFICE AND STORE Mill I If' Jife? FIXTURES Jtard and Fancy Wood, made U order by CH AS. L. SEAL 125 Merchant B Our name alone will be a guarantee that your work will be of the best- Sew York Dental Parlors, Room 4, Elite Building, HOTEL STREET, LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. bon Main 858. QCeiGNS AND ESTIMATES PARED. PRE PEACHES, APRICOTS. APPLES AND ORANGES, OCCIDENTAL FRUIT STORE Phone 149. Alakea and King Sts. TASTY AND ARTISTIC MILLINERY AT MISS N. F. HAWLEY'S 210-211 Boston Building. Read the Daily Advertiser; 71 tentt per month. . - TO FOR A TERM OF TEARS, A plec of land fronting on South street, and running through to Chamberlalr street, the frontage on each of aali streets being 140 feet, and having depth of 140 feet. This property la aultable for th erection of warehouse and store. For terms, apply to the KAPIOLANI ESTATE, LTD BM Pacific lis P. McGrath, Maaagtl. 8. W. Cor. Punchbowl and Beretama, at. THE EMPORIUM. New Restaurant, Just Opened! NTTUANU & KING STS. ALL MEALS 25 CENTS. Cigars, Tobacco and Cold Drinks. Everything new sad Ciw I clippings from time to time to show