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7WUNGTUN $Jfy0 BLOOC.
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AH Sizes, Solid or Drop Stitch,
jj REMEMBER THE DATE-UNTIL AUG. St.g
nn siisitliiMTijr iu our AVindow a HantLsomc Line of
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niSS R E. KILLEIN,
V- kg cflL rocoived
diroetefroiri the makers an
Ladies? Muslin Underwear
ITariety of Styles,
Completeness ol Assortment
and General Attractiveness, .
lias never been surpassed in. Honolulu. "-
Tho Ifjio is loo large to enumerate the different
meats, so we have made a display of a few of them iir our
Large Central Window, ;.
liuli "wii1 "Jvc 0110 a partial idea of what they are, and
the ariaty o stylos wc have. . -
This Stock is Wortliy of InpGtibn
In the same department will be found Ladies and
Misses WAISTS. Ladies Waists m
;Silk and Cotton White, Black and
kcltrnd,;arge variety of styles, but few of a kind.
X Isaoies over skirts for dress, traveling, walking or
riding, of silk, wool, lmou. cotton pique, in white, black
J alid colors. Tjiero need be no delay in one's supplying
one's self with a notice suitable lor 'almost
r it i imm&wm
Pinal Struggle Is If ow
THE ENTIRE GOOXITY SHOCKED.
THE APPALLING 2TAEEAT1VZ
OF THE HOUR LOCALLY
Nothing Heard Yesterday But the
Butchery of Europeans in
Ministers Exported Safe.
Paris, July 19. An official telegram
Irom Shanghai dated Wednesday, July
IS, states that arcording to the Governor
of Shan Tung the foreign Ministers
and their families at Peking are safe
and sound, but that thfe danger is still
very great The Viccroyr according to
Good Xisdielne lor Children
If yoa have a, baby In the house yon
will wish to tie hest way to
- -s vivjrv ouj uuiuuL iUWUKta ui use
Ladies in want of a capo of, any description,7 would do,jTtreis, or diarrhoea
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--. -. - - - - ss&ll Children. 0. P.
I well if, boori pureimSing elsdw:lftue,.iJiey inpsect oiir:stbe
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walking, riding, golf, etc., in white, black, and colors. 3
The story of the massacre of Europeans
in China caused the pulse of the
community to beat high yesterday, it
was the one theme of conversation.
The mutiny of India was recalled; dark
deeds of remote history were recited,
yet their abhorrence paled when contrasted
with the appalling narrative of
the close of the twentieth century.
There was a general cessation of
business. Xothing was done in the
.courts-or on 'change. The Board of
Education adjourned, and groups congregated
on the streets, in the hotels
ana m tne resorts.
Notwithstanding the return of two
of the delegates to the late Democratic
National Convention and their reception
by friends, the deplorable news
from China occupied the entire attention
of the community. Many were the
expressions of horror. The ultimate
result of the butchery was thoroughly
canvassed, yet all admitted, owing to
the stupendous magnitude of the situation,
that they were at sea.
The following are a few of the many
Martin Egan, en route to China on
the Rio, where he will act as the San
Francisco Chronicle's correspondent,
said: "There can be no question but
that all foreigners in Peking have been
massacred or have taken their own
lives to escape the horrible torture
which would certainly have been their
iate nau tney fallen Into the hands of
Uie. Chinese. The situation Is more
than serious; it is appalling. I am a
long ways from the scene of action, but
i tmnK we may look for wars exceeding
in magnitude the Napoleonic wars
early in the last century. Suppose
Japan, China and Russia should form
an alliance? It is not improbable; what
then? America's position Is embarrassing.
She doesn't want war, but it looks
as as if she would be forced into it.
"There is much buncombe about this
talk of partitioning China. It will take
years to partition the empire. Things
Chief Justice Frear It is very serious.
I think the powers will demand
large indemnities and mar annex much
G. -W. Macfarlane It is a most horrible
butcher- No man can tell what
will be the result. The most astounding
results, in my judgment, will follow
the disposition of Chinese territory.
Tiie powers may quarrel among
themselves nml a world's war follow.
Herbert M. Ay res It may mean the
Slav and .Mongolian against the
While I have no disposition to
be an alarmist, Hawaii might be affected
by the trouble. Suppose the
Japs and Chinese should coalesce, leave
tne plantations and march on the
(owns. We would be as helpless as the
Euroueans were In Pekiutr. En clam!
and the United States have their hands
full now; one in subduing the Boers,
the.otljpr in subjugating the Filipinos.
I think thte yill be an alliance between
the two great
races. This alliance may keep the
world at peace, but I doubt it.
D. G. Camarinbs It is awful. It Is
Imrbarous. I am a humane man, but
in this case I believe in the old
law; An eye for an eye, a tooth for a
tooth." The sapie cruelties meted out
to Europeans should be meted put 'o
thi Chinese. Civilize them; not with
Bible, but with the sword. . i
George D. Gear It is awful. It
shocks the civilized world. W'hat the
result will be no man can tell. This
butchery, which appalls the civilized
world, is directly due to an attempt to
force oh a populous country a religion
which the people vigorously resisted
and condemned. Such action was in
direct opposition to the canons of human
liberty and religious toleration.
E. S. Cunha It is awful. It means
the greatest war of the world. It s
monstrous. 'Tis too awful to contemplate;
too bad to think about
Judge Gardn r K. Wilder of Hawaii
The allied na.ions must take a unitsd
stand, and that the Chinese murderers
must be held responsible for.
Will E. FIshtr The United Stales
must take action. If .the news at hand
is confirmed it war.
Daniel Logan cf the Bulletin Civilization.
Is up against barbarism for the
final struggle. "Woe betide the forces
that pjay object to -the present movement
TIE PliUKLNii SAILS
sxiEi mm mm.
SEATTLE Jaly IS. The cruiser
PMIaddpMa sailed this saorcinp front
Bremerton 2i"aval Station, under secret
order?, presmcablr for Chiaa. Berde-
-was understood that she meded
llltr lor rpnaira. All !in iMtn -ar-a
stopped yesterday, bat there srere no
indications then of a departure.
The crutser passed out of the Soot d
full speed and made no stops.
The vessel recently took on a cargo
of coal sntlident to carry her to China.
From unofficial sources it is leirned
t tat shis nndpr nrrfr if nrnvA. it
I full speed to join, the naval forces in
The Honolulu Republican will be de-Ted
to any part of the city f.r 75c
per month or $2 per quarter.
Y?, Ctdttied JJ&rOsamtKti in tXix aifeaa ria
t ixsertai at 10 ontU a Site (niuurr&in 5
emttalau srral S axil prr S fr rit
SS traU pr Uxr. Is mtkt. ci 3d catt par fix pe.
vt Lei file atir quick
metiwU. JS. per month. Special attention to
aIult beginners. Address Musician'
STENOGRAPHER A3JD TYPEWRITER
; ,?ULES Sozrapher and Typewriter.
Once 315 Fort Htft, Telephone 139.
FORTTTHOtrSAXD ManUa Clpirstolmrn at
jccntseach, MjTtle agar Store aboro Oruueum
XEW Tyi"Titer. Cheap,
at Manufacturers Sh Co. Fort etrpeu
TRUST MONEY TO LOAN ON REIL ESTATE.
Apply to E. Wolters, at the office of tho Occidental
Hotel. - -
ACCOMMODATION" In n pitvaw family for a
niannnd wife. Uouln which there aren , Atber
pMrBnuc?AX3o,rcc:rrv,, AaareM v-0"
r'n"llM to buy louon tbo
l.Uolu Tract and start a suburban town at once.
This tract Is within ten mlnutre' walk of the
proposed ltauld Transit Railroad. Foe further
particular apply to A. F. CVoke. "m 8, Model
TWO OOOD comioiMrs. Apply at Office of
TUEHEPCllLiavX at 3 o'clock this morning
BV ACCIDENTAL ento n larso bay
olored Californlau Mare, weight about lbs.;
taint star on forcheai, fat condition. A little
P'iuuu or Irritation on fact- but hvallnp. Went
hind hoot a little white. Finder plpasn uoUfr
P.'licc Station and rewanl will bo iiaid.
TO A SINGLE man a desirable room furnished,
wiUiln 5 walk of tho Posuifflce.
Aply to Kinc Place, opptito Dr.
Augur's oraci", Bervtanin street.
A FURNISHED house, stntable for
tourists. For particulars nppl vat the
TWO iiiw alrey rojims.
Comfortably rurnlslnvl front ro.)m,
to $10. CM Vineyard, 3 doors from Queen hotel.
COTTAfinof nine rfoms nt the corner of
and UiTvtauIastret'ts. Apply to J. .UMngoon
COTTAOE oforcht rooms nt
a'ld Hackfeld Greets. Apply to J. A. Mapmiu
TWO nicely f nniNlied rooms, for gentl mnn.
Apply nt tho Kwn side of comer of Vineyard and
OFPICES TO -LET.
DESIKAIILE business in second story
of new brick block, comer Alakea aud Merchant
streets, slnslo or In suite. Apply to J. A. Mnsoon,
Merchant street, uejt Postffice, Honolulu.
Five Dollars Reward.
Five dollars reward will be paid to
the person who returns the second-,
hand Sterling bicycle, No. 1725, to the
Pacific Cycle Co.
On May 30th, a second-hand Sterling
Bicycle, No. 1725,, from in fronts of Associated
Charities, Hotel street. A reward
of $5 will be paid to party returning
this wee! to the Pacific Cycle Co.,
E THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. In Probate In the Matter
nf NieTUtnip. nf TOSSKPTT
.!.. .I: .. tr ." -- r - f . . - - "
i uiaattu luiunueu me consular f mte or -Honolulu, Oahu, deceased,
corps that he had telegraphed to Pej The peuuouiit .accounts of the
king xsrsing the protection of the for
so common to
M. HoUisky. of
Beming. r 8 iss 5Q
old child, &yst "ThrsJEga the jooatas
of June and July par baby teething
suad. took a rttSHg oft of the bowels
aa4 sickBse of the stomach.-His
bowete wtwld kot from five to eight
tiaws a day. I Ks& a hofije st
Colic, Casern and Diarraoea
Ktwedy ix tke hoftae. asi gTe Tito,
teat ilrtaijps la a teMMOBfiil ot wafer.
jmt'ol btersit oe.'vyoraate ay
a rrrTL rxnrr.'n.'' .ijwu Hjr
SBdt HnwrsJirfsL. Httfxi:
Surprise siuls from Honolulu every
ten days to Eahaina and Makenn, Maui,
and all theEona ports of Hawaii.
Eclipse sails from Honolulu as soon
as possible after arrival for Kauai
ports, Koloa, Eleele, Hauapepe,
Waimea and Kekaha.
The vessels carry freight and passengers
and insure quick dispatch. ,
For further information applv to the
M. W. McCHESNEY &. SONS,
Queen Street : : : ; ; Honolulu.
nunistrator of the estate .of said de
ceased, wherein he asks that his account
be examined, and approved, and
that a final order be made of distribution
of the property .remaining in his
hands to the persons thereto entitled,
and discharging him from all further
responsibility as. such administrator.
It is. ordered? that FRIDAY, the 17th
day of AUGUST, A. D. 1900, at 10
o'clock u. raT at Chamber in', the
Court Room of the said Coup t a!
Island of Oahu, be sad the same
hereby is awoiBtc as the time aad
place: for heariBg: said petitiacjt asd.
iKWiui, aau nisi au. jrstsoss
mx.T then asd there awooar aad
iue sold aot be graa w
JTEWS OF THE TOWJT
It you guess right yoa get a Ctet eland
Aosusi Delineators arrived on
the Eio. 34rs.Haana.
P. 'BT. Kllbey, a native of Ireland t&
filed ha petition for aatnralkatioa.
I for printing the biennial report of the
WHI E. Fisher will sell the entire
household farcitnre at the resider.ee of
John A. Hasibiger, corner Keaumokn
aod Young streets; to-day at 10 o'clock.
Edward Pollitr write that he will
leave for Honolulu on the Alameda,
which sails from San Francisco on
"His comlriir will nmtmhlr
accelerate the price of stocks.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Adam were the
only passengers to Kobe.
Mr. M. J. Egan of the San Francisco
Chronicle is a passenger for Nagasaki.
Mr. and Mrs- BT.T. Ruggles are in town
Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox retrurned by
Robert Atkinson, son of the Superintendent
of Public Instruction, returned
yesterday and was entertained last
nitgh at the family residence.
Miss Grim wood was an
Mr. H. G. Dillingham was a passenger
uume jor vacation yesterday.
Charles T. Wilder, the former Hawaiian
Consul at San Francisco, who
was recently married, is expected home
a month hence.
Mrs. Dr. F. R. Day was welcomed
yesterday by her many society friends
Mr. W. F. Damon arrived by the Rio
John D.Holt, popular Democrat, was
was welcomed with a shout yesterday.
Rev. Stephanns Alemaster is in
M. J. Derig and R. W. Austin were
ptssengersly the Rio yesterday.
fiv Mr. and Mrs. Prindle were passengers
It! 41m 11 in
Mr. W.D. Baldwin audMrs. II. P.
Baldwin were passengers by the. Rio
Mr. C. M. Pronty is here on business.
The steamer Rio took ten passengers
The Rio brought $1,500 in nickels for
Bishop & Co.
Peking Not Late.
Hackfeld fc Co. the agents for the
steamer City of Peking state that she
will arrive today on time.
Guardian Asks Discharge.
In the matter of the guardianship of
Marian Cornly Dowsett, J. M. Dowsett
has filed a netitinii fnv nllnrmirA'rf
"accounts and discharge.
It Saved His Baby.
"My baby was terribly sick with the
diarrhoea, we were unable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, arid as a
last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and IHarrhoea Remedy,"
says Mr. J. H. Doak, of Williams, Or.
"I am happy to say it gave immediate
relief , and a complete cure." For sale
by all dealers and druggists. Benson,
Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian
BOOKS THAT ABE TALKED
Booming of Acre Hill, ? .
jBy John Kendrick Bangs.
Vengeance is Mine, -
, C3 By Andrew Balfour:J C3
Tie Alabaster Box, ',r :
IBy Sir Walter Besaotv :
By Kate Benton;
By R. W. Chamber
By Robert Hichehs." V. J
By Frederick Wr Hayes.
Frei tltgiim la Cilm,
JBy Mary Deverehd.
WALL WICHOLS CO,, LTD
We Are Holding a Reduction
Sale in the
Heavy Pongee Silk, suitable for men's
J&lne Grass Linen, white, blue, vellow,
purple and green.
Handwork Fancy Sandal Wood
kerchief and Glove Bojcae, '
Embroidered Red Silk and Grass Linn
Embroidered Silk Piano Covers, differ-
Ant1 fl nln r
ent colors and pttii8.
Woofea Goods, Xvy BIe; and 3Uek
i.uMUMB, Vietori IjMra, Colored.
' jbumjm ana uiKxata.,
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FMT PRICES ! !
YOU ETJlir 3S"0 RISK OF DOEfG SO IF YOTT TRAi W
WITH US. HfflAS ALWAYS BEEN OUR Oh?
GT TO GIVE- OUR PATROLS THE
BOTH IN QUANTITY AND.QUALITY.
"WE LEAD TIIE WAY Ii LACES,"
fxdfr orsie: week more
AT VERY SPECIAL PJHCES,
,- JEdofiiiigs aed "
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IN AN ENDLESS VVRIEZPY OF NEW AND EXCLUSIVE,
YOU WILL ALSO ADMIT, THAT AT THE PRICES WE
HAVE arARKED THIS LOT ARE RIDICULOUS!
.WHO EVER HEARD OF A FRENCH VAL EDGING
BEING SOLD FOR
2i0c. a F3E opr vds 20c.
THAT IS JUST WHAT WE ARE DOING,
I. S. 8MB DRY GOODS CO., IM
THE PEOPLES' PROVIDERS
v ' Between "Fortj and 'Alakea Streets.
We- have just received ex Alden Bessie, bark Trn.
gard, Rosamond and V. H. Diinond and have now on display
a - . ..
Large New Stock of Elegant
Also STYLISH SINGLE and
A new line of
, JustArriycdox S..JJ.'Castfe, a large shipmtnt o
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