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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THUK8DAT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1900.
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The Porter Furniture Go.
BETHEL AND HOTEL STREETS
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK
Furniture and Upholstery
Divans China Closets
Direct from Eastern Factories
A Buggy Ride.
Is II a Pleasure?
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Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ..
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Lloyds, British & Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life).
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool.
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Redectloff Sale 1
Imported Millinery . .
Stylish an3 Uptdtfate
Goods Positively at Cost.
Hotel Street .
Eastern and .California Oysters I
Eagle Breakfast Cheese i.
& WAITY 1
Block. Grocers, g
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That depends largely upon the
In which the ride 1b taken- If the
vehicle is old, If It rattle and jars, and
if the draft Is heavy, much of the
pleasure Is lost But If It has the hall
bearing axles, rubber tires, patent
springs and other Improvements of the
HIGH GRADE, UP-TO-DATE vehicle,
then it is a pleasure indeed.
We are showing a new line of High
Grade Bike and Pneumatic Buggies,
Runabouts, Traps. Phaetons, Surreys,
Speeding Carts, Brakee, etc Also a
full line of Harness, Whips, Robes,
Iamps, Rugs, Shades, etc
TVe have added to our equipment a
complete RUBBER TIRE outfit and
are now prepared to put on all sues
of Rubber Tires. New Channels and
Rubbers put on, or old Channels
We use the KELLY-SPRINGFIELD"
THUS (two wire), the
best and most satisfactory Tire made.
& SUPPLY CO. LTD.
There has been such a demand
for good Pianos by parties making
a short stay here, or by others
who do not cart to bay one,
tliat we have imported a large
stock of fine instruments, which
we will BENT at reasonable
Real Estate and
Otlico -:- -:-
.FOR SALE. ,
Beautiful lots 50x140 on Beretania,
King and Young streets near
Price from 1,500 to 1,000 dollars-Terms
Nice homo sites 50x100 from 275 to
400 dollars- each. Choose your own
terms. A bargain. - -
Small sums on good real estate
security 8 per cent.
i- A LEASE;
4 year in- the heart ofthe city
For Sale- -
"Little" by name!!
Emt in result!!!
Is the CARBON
Netos Go. LtU
A lag stock of same
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WA1 DEPA2TXXYT KAXSS
PUBLIC SOKE OF THE
Among Them an UusigHed One in
Kegard to a Proposed Attack
On Manila During- Last
TVASHEfGTON. Aug- 25. The war
department has made nubile letters
found among ihe papers of General
Ricart, recently arrested by the police
near Manila. Among them is an unsigned
letter In regard to an attack
on Manila in January, 1900. It states
that the reason for not carrying out the
proposed attack was because of the
small number of resolute persons stationed
at the gates, and because General
Otis had gone aboard a ship in
Manila bay. Another attack was planned
but not carried out because the-"enemy"
made a careful search of the
city as a result of disturbances the pre-,
vious day. The letter advises another
attack and outlines the following plan:
"To recruit in your command of
South Luzon 3,000 men of daring and
steadiness. These will enter the walled
city armed with knives. The entrance
of this number of men will be effected
during a period of about three weeks;
it will be very easy to do It, and I shall
undertake to place them in safe places
while the rest are arriving, and as soon
as they all get in I shall give the necessary
instructions to direct and arrange
for co-operation in the hlow on the
said point, the walled city."
After -making suggestions as to the
raising of funds the letter continues:
"At the same time, with all due honor
and respect, I inform you. General, that
it is my strong belief that to receive
a favorable termination of this
present campaign, In which we suffer
defeat continually, not that any one is
of much importance, but they diminish
the desire of we Filipinos to pursue
with the necessary ardor the longed
for liberty and independence of our
dear country; there is no other way cf
attaining this than by carrying out the
blow in the city of Manila, since that
piece of land surrounded by high and
massive walls once taken, we shall be
able to dominate its suburbs, and as the
foreigners live in them we shall be
forced to have direct relations with
them. Yes, General, I agree with persons
of greater ability tkan I that the
burning of a few foreign commercial
establishments will be sufficient to give
a new color to the present critical conditions
in the Philippines, but permit
me, General, to state my case briefly.
How would the foreigners and the
Americans come to an agreement in regard
to the damage ami prejudice such
a conflagration would cause the first?
How would we find out their agreement?
If the property of the foreigners
is burnednd nothing mora is-done,
we shall not obtain their valuable aid;
we shall never get it. but if in addition
we succeed in obtaining possession
of the said walled city, then with
our heads nobly erect we can demand
what we want of them and the enemy,
because the first will have to submit to
our authority as soon as we can dominate
the place where they are.
"I state all this, General, for your information,
so that if you approve it I
can proceed to make the necessary
preparations and arrange fairly definitely
the movements to take place in
the various places, and the proper signals.
I hope, General, that you will
approve this plan, which is one of the
proofs of the ardent patriotism of this,
your humble subordinate."
The following, apparently addressed
to General Ricart, as chief of the operations
about Manila, and signed by
Mariana Trias, lieutenant general, follows
"In answer to communication, in
which you inform me of your desire to
place yourself at the head (in command)
of the forces that are to attack,
if we operate against Manila, I must
make known to you the great satisfaction
that such a desire produces in me,
for just that was the only detail wanting
to complete the work of our revolution,
and place in an awkward position
the so much boasted good policy
of the enemy, who as an ultimate result
would be the one to pay the fiddler.-If
your intention Is carried out in a
satisfactory manner then there would
be appropriate words to extol such determination,
which, though It will not
end the war, nevertheless enough will
have been done for the triumph of our
cause, and on the part of this government
you may be assured that no
means will be begrudged to give you
as much help and support as you may
need to carry out a happy termination
of the enterprises"
Another letter, dated June 17, 1900,
to Ricart and signed Mariana Barroga,
fixes the 28th of June as the" date for
the attack. Julian Montalen on June
4th Inform the general of division
that "svl' juntas will be ready-when
Another document, dated March 4,
1900, directs & regiment to shed the last
drop of blood If necessary to carry out-the
program, and threatens death under
the military code to those who do
not assemble at thelrappolnted places.
GEJtMAJT SUBJECTS COMPLAIN
Auert They Have Been Cruelly
Treated in Transvaal.
BERLIN. Aug. 27. A deputation ol
German subjects residing in the Transvaal
arrived here today to. lodge a complaint
with the German foreign office
regarding alleged cruel treatment at
Johannesburg. They said that 400 Ger
man subjects, ox botk exes, were ar
rested there aad seat to a seaport, rrom
which' pbtat they were shipped to
Sloshing, where the British landed
them penniless. They were arrested,
according to the deputation. In shops
and taverns, aad even is their beds,
and wereiarriea away barefooted and
only half clad. losing everything they
had. They are aoir urging the foreign
oace to deauad damages for their
creel treatment aad the km ot property.
Te, Berliner Tagehlatt, commenting
ajkjst: Lord Roberts latest,
mtasinmC especially Us most, recent
pradaiBattoa,says "his coarse appears
to have been dictated to ate by Eng-
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OF PJCRSOJTAL, HI TEBJEST
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Register your guess at the Cleveland
agency and get a 1900 Cleveland wheel
3fo troable for the ladies to be salted
with oar line of underwear. The Lace
J. A. McCandless, superintendent of
public lands, advertises a sale of lease
of government lands.
Campbell A Minton, real estate
agents, offer excellent bargains to those
in quest of buying a home. Bead their
advertisement on page 8.
Mrs. Napthaly's redaction sale of
stylish and. up-to-date millinery still
continues at her temporary store on
Hotrl street, next to new Elite building.
.Fred W. Beckley, better known as
Eahapola, the late census agent for
Maui and Molokai, has consented to
try for the legislature before the convention.
D. H. Kahaulelio is also in
A meeting of the diatrict committee
for election of delegates to the territorial
convention will be held on Friday,
the 7th, at 3 o'clock p. ni, as follows:
Fourth district at drill shed;
Fif tli district at chamber of commerce.
Change in Plans.
SAX FRANCISCO, Aug. 24. Owing
to the recent change In the aspect of
the Chinese situation, siege battery O
of the Seventh artillery, now at the
Presidio, will not sail for China on the
Belgian King, as originally intended.
It will probably be assigned to Honolulu
or Fort Mason.
The balance of light battery C, Seventh
artillery, commanded by Captain
"W. P. Stone and Lieutenants Berry and
Newbold, has arrived from Fort Adams
and encamped at the Presidio.
patients were sent yesterday
from the general military hospitals
to Eastern points for further
treatment. The consumptives go to
Fort Bayard, N. M., and rheumatics to
Hot Springs, Ark., where every effort is
to be made to restore the sufferers to
LIVED A YEAB.
But the Operation Did Not Save
FRESNO, Aug. 24. Louis Palumbo,
a native of Italy, aged 56 years, died
last night from cancer of the stomach.
His was a notable case by reason of
having had a portion of his stomach
removed in the French hospital in San
Francisco to cure him of the cancer.
The case was considered a surgical triumph.
For nearly a year after the operation
he was able to labor and digested his
meals as if the stomach was whole.
Surgeons, howavef, do not consider the
operation on the stomach a cure for
TO FIGHT TRUST ON PAPEB.
Newspaper Owners Plan to Start
an Independent Mill.
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 27. It is understood
that Thomas B. Wanamaker,
proprietor of a Philadelphia newspaper,
is organizing one of the largest industrial
enterprises ever contemplated by
an individual, growing out of his newspaper
undertaking and the cornering
of the paper market by the International
Mr. Wanamaker has become convinced
of the necessity of going into
the manufacture of white paper. He
has interested several of the largest
New York newspapers in his plans and
also two of the leading magazines, and
contemplates the construction of a
plant that will produce 300 tons of
magazine and newspaper paper per day.
Options on large timber tracts and
government concessions In Canada have
been secured through third parties.
The capital Invested in the new enterprise
will -be in the neighborhood ot
Of taking .your vacation
or Sunday outing if you
haven't a KODAK? Some
picturesque scenes are
always to be found while
taking a vacation cr outing,
and why not be prepared
to snap it with ojne
of ourJKODAKS ?
Priiting mmI I
Fort S. : :Kht. .J
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A REMNANT SALE.
ON THE SQUARE
Bargains For Everybody
WHITNEY 4 HARSH. Ltd.
519 FORT STREET.
King Streeir Stables.
The Largtst and Finist Stock of Livery
in tht Hawaiian Islands and the Most Popular
Honolulu Stock Yards Go.
Distributors of High
The prevailing fashion permits a
sacrificing his comfort. If you are
weather wear, come in and consult onr
It's not how much money a man
dressed, bnt it's what he gets for his
most of the best for the least.
ON THE SQUARE
man to dress in taste and style without
undecided as to what you want for wiim.
At Prices to Suit.
pays for his clothes that makes him well
money. At The Kash you always get the
Two Telephones- -90 and 676
St., and corner of Fort and Hotel Sta.
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at prices never before quoted here.
prompt response to all calls.
and Builders of
generators for long distance
pWi TeMif Nbrs.
&0MI. MMtfl for U machinery for
Mm MB RH SMI HHnMMMK, MKMMfj.
Two Stores. Two Stocks,
P. O. BOX 658. 9 and 11 Hotel
N03. 634-536 Love Building
Bedroom Sets at Bargain Day
Baby Carriages the same.
Full line of Wicker Furniture
Undertaker and Embalmer and
for direct eoueeted
fcrtNjMM hfatt Mr T "i
tote -a M tpNi
the eoawksi in4alUtioa of
Tetopfcoae 1M Honolulu.
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