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Two Fighting: Kativea. Last evening about 7il5, jest before tie parsde started downNuuanu street, ' tnonstives, Meahali ad Joe Piko, j became tangled up vith each other. HoVtbe trouble btftn is wakmmn bat K lm v tbx aonouDur sbuhuoi, bukdai, Acorsx 5, ikx. SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! GENTLEMEN, ATTENTCQXi f f ' We have just opened up a new shipment of the very latest stjl in Gents'Tumisliings in which we ofierat.theinosk reasonable pricta it j j i THREE IMMENSF STOCKS the Ciiv. n DA I A IV I A O worfch 200' alul tV FAIRCHILD'S large stock I A U A IV I AA ? responding reasonable pne Iv finer srades. i A. E. MURPHY & CO.'S .n. STOok 3 v . i AMERICAN DRY GOODS IN THE SHOE STORE OF Come Early, as All Must Go! i Fifteen Hundred Dollar's "Worth Exchanged for American Stamps. "Up to date the "United States this place has redeemed postage stamps to the value of 1500. The stamps werenot redeemed in casht bat exchanged for American stamps. This, of course, means a total loss to postoflice department. As many sections of the Territory are yet to be heard from ii is expected that the amount will be largely sirelled. This whole transaction is characteristic of the liberality of the American government ih its ; treatment of HawaiL These stamps will all bessntto WaebingtoQ ior csocwuaaon. 1 Our goods are made FRESH evefy day and cost about HALF the price of Stale Imported Goods. Niw Englani Bakery. i mm iynD, Muapr. Hotel Street. I EN 1 iREl STOCK EBB & CO. Ltd GOENEE FOBT AND HOTEL STEEETS. These large and "carefully selected assortments of fine foot wear will be sure to suit the most particular, as they are.all first class and being sold at prices that have never beert offered for like quality in this City before. The"se prices-are actually 50 Per Cent LESS than elsewhere, and we feel convinced that it villnot be much longer that we can ofi'er such attractions, judging fronf the way the people are taking them home. X L. B. KERR & COMPANY, Limited Corner Hotel and Fort Streets. IH SYMPATHY WITH BOXERS SAYS KEMPFF. Washington. July 26. Tho Navy Department has just made public tho following additional chapter In Admiral KempfT's report: "United States Flagship Newark, Taku, China, June 20. Sir: Referring to my recent action in declining to take part in the seizures of tie Taku forts and in afterwards making common cause with the foreign forces in protection of foreign life and property, I would respectfully state that the Chinese government Is now paralyzed and tho secret edicts show that it is In sympathy with the Boxers. "Second, the fact that under the existing circumstances tho troops at the forts were given much extra drill, torpedoes wero provided, and. It Is claimed, planted on the entrance of tho Pel Ho river, was considered menacing, and by other senior naval ofllcers sufficient cause to jusUfy them In demanding the temporary occupation of the forts. This culminated in the bombardment of the forts by other foreign gunboats on tho morning of the 17th of June, which has been described. In this bombardment tho Monocacy was fired upon and struck without previous warning. "Third, It is now necessary to Join with the other foreign powers for common defenses and preservaUon of foreign life and tho honor of our country. "Fourth, I refused to join in taking possession of the Imperial Chinese railway station, and also declined to join in the demand for temporary occupation of the Taku forts, for I thought it against the policy and wishes of our government to bo entangled with other powers in such a step, and also because it endangered the lives of people in the interior in. advance of absolute necessity, for up to early morning on June 17 the Chinese government hai .not committed, bo far as I am aware, any act of open hostilities toward the foreign amies! forces. "Fifth, in opening fire without warning, an act of war was committed, when many shots wero at the place where, the lonocacr "vras moored about 3,000 yards from the forti Those firing must have known of her presence there, as she had been moor- ed in that position a number of days, J "Under these circumstances, I re- garded the situaUon as one for the pro- I lection of the national honor and .ho i preservation of our people, and hare acted accordingly." beforo matters had gone very far, both were in the hands of the police. When searched $0,75 nud a note book were found on ileahnli. This worthy objected to beinj; led below, and gave tho ofllcers quite a tussel before he finally Piko attempted to follow lis example, but Captaia Parker soon .nndo short work of the resisting native. Judge Wilcox will air their troubles tomorrow morning. TWO GOOD RAGES AT KAP10LAN1 PARK. Lostor Wins the Trotting- Event While Maunalei Takes the Running-. Lovers of spoit. who weut to Park yesterday, were well repaid for their trouble. Both the races were exciting and the most critical wora fully satisfied. The first event was a mile harness race, with four entries. Larry Dee's Octoroon, Bonnie Jiuld's Mongoose, Belliua's Lester and Armitage's Prince. The horses wero driven by their owners with tho exception of Trince who was driven by Diegs. Little betting was indulged in, Mongoose being a slight favorite. Tho horses got away well together, but Mongoose soon took the lead. Lestor broke just after the word and by the time the first quarter was reached he had fallen well to the rear. Mongoose leading with Octoroon a close second. At the half Lester began to creep up. and by the time the third quarter had been passed was well in the lead. The four horses came into the stretch almost together, but Mongoose was played out and could, not maintain the pace. Lester and Octoroon with Prince close behind made a pretty race down the stretch, Lester wining haudily by three lengths, in 2&71;. Octoroon squeezed out second place by half a length, Priuce third. The s mile rucning oventwas therace of the day The entries were Xnne's Maunalei with Fears up, and Lady M. with Mauuakea in the saddle. The start was good Maunalei immediately opening up a lead of two lengths. As the two horses turned into the stretch Mannakea began to nly the whip, Lady M responding nobly but she could not overtake Maunalei the latter crossing the wire a length to the good, in. :39. Maunalei was a 2 to 1 favorite in the betting, liut notwithstanding this Lady M money wns not always forthcoming. There is somo talk of a return match between the two horses. HAWAIIAN STAMPS UTiTVRTrErFp A rsi i hMB i GAS & ELECTRIC CO., Ltd. MAGOON BUILDING, Corner Merchant and Alakea Street. SaflaPaSaJsapaEasasaPaRapa. DELICIOUS CANDIES Ceylon and JInraicabo CHOCOLATE CREAAl and PRALINES . - . . EAND DIPPED FRENCH BON-BONS . Large Assortment PEANUT CRISP, "COCOANTT CRISP, MOLASSES CAXDY ' FRENCH BOSS, Etc. -' sr KJUATC rk unrr n nr a to from $2.00" up. and are rapidly becoming very popular. EXCELLENT VALUES AND LATEST OUT IN The X GRPHEUM THEATRE 0 Grand Vaudeville Bill of Colored Artists Late of the McAdoo's Famous Georgia Minstrels. Grand MLinstpel First Part. Wiss Fiora Batson, America's Double Yoiced Queen of: Song. Cerald Miller, Basso Soloist, . -- ' Comedian and Impersonator. Hen WiseKatie JVSHton, , '; "King ail Queen of Coondorn." Leon P. Fooks, iVmerica's Eminent Tenor andrGhara'cter Artist. Frank Poole, . " 71 ; - . Colored Australian Baritone John Pampion, "The Nubian Prince," -- 7 Classic Juggler Zouave Driller. Jerry Mills, Prince of Entertainers. Turner-.The Jones Grace, ' Singing and Sketch Team, N Seats now on sale at thebox office. THE SAME MAYTBE SAID OF REET, I I 5- 4- 'v tC f5? Hi Hi Hi w tC" V These are exceptionally cheap Boys' Cloihin raadein the most, workmanlike manner, at from 75 cts, per Suit up. A- Youths Suits to select from being much more extensive h of Patterns, $1.50 per Suit up, PERCALE i AND : MADRAS ; SHIRTS IN ALL PATTERNS AND COLOBS FROM si.'.oo up; BATHING SUITS In the latest Tand2 verv designs, piece Suits. Corn : Cheap. U. B. KERR & CO., W, QUEEN & -X -s HONOLULU, H. -T- ?.- The Hawaiian Eleoirio Go., Lf ITas Removed its Offices and Show room to Alakea Street, &1akai Merchant. fifaia. GOO KIM Have just opened a New and Fine Line of '9 BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC FIXTURES. On and after August 0, all Electric and Shades now in stock will be sold at u GREAT SACRIFICE to make room for shipment to arrive per "Andrew Welch." 2io nuuanu Street AB0VP HOTEL Consisting of EiiBEOIDERED SILK H VNDKERCHIFTS INDII ELMK.TKIOBIA.LAAVXS, HEAVY PONGEE SILK, fur Men '. .sj, EMBROIDERED SILK PLVO CLOTHING 3IA22"TO ORDEH OX SHORTES 2JOXIC3. The above Goods have just been opened and are of tho latest patterns. - Oicewiboro. Ki.. Jultt IS fa'nn ' ' Z MESSRS. 7T1 C. P&aCOCR$ CO., LTD, '" Honolulu . II. T. BEAR SIRS: sm pieasea, to i?.'t ann mil hntMah,. ...- t i RWER " 1-,'. ?,. cezuecisTiouce nm...t n... n''MISli"lu!s aguin hecn selected for thu e - elusive use for another year in, all of the U is jfaa, Hospitals, being tlie third in successio'nr. Yours Truly, (Signed) J. JT: M'CULLOCH t aloadlof this celebrated Whisky will arrive per Emelie t F. Whitney, and will be offered for sale by W. C. Peacock & Co.5 Ltd. rtn ;.; UJbAJLAAii, SOLE ....... . . . 4 . -H-H-a v wxxxiAj.u.ibtjpuoiican. '-"ST- - - -.?& : , , - 35rwvMr i .- -. S-- 1 ,. - 1 Jti? ?f a svlgfgs5 . I'iiiC ," . .jKf - " ?- fr . fcri.. . - -,- i & ' 2- f , f --! - - j3 J. v j.