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Pacific Import Co FlYE' T M V$fo 4x4 Gheni 6x6 Gheni Wholesale and Ketall BUTCHERS and WAVY CONTRACTORS FRED HARRISON CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Jobbing Promptly Attended to Dr. W. H. MAYS OFFICE HOURS: S to 10, 1 to 3, 7 to ,& SUNDAYS: 0 to 11. Telephone C02. Mor IIoaRMaiirawt CorBcrf King & Alakca'Strects. jpr f Meals served at all hours. First class in every detail ffr s:AH:cHucKrM A i " ?-' r ab ab Incorporated. Progress JBIjocte, Fort Street e Covers at 40cts e Covers at 75cts Mgf&. t. Great Specials WE MtE Or rWUKi JflS MiUVt ' . VST Dozen Ladies' Fancy Border Handkerchiefs at SOcts. a dozen ont Ladies' Crash and Duck Dress Skirts to close out at great re- OrVU ductions; SOcts, 75cts and QHoto a Skirt 4TH 5TVV Colored Lawns in Fast Colors, in large variety of patterns, ar 15cts Goods. We wil offer this week at 8 per ft Goods displayed in our windows Ladies' Shirt Wast Sale. Prices cut in ha f. James Sheridan PIANO TUNER FOKTV yean practice. References, if .levins!. AH kinds of Musical In!t incuts Ttuiod mid Repaired. OmiB With (h(i,ll:iv;iiiim Iron Fence and Monumental Co. 17fi To l0S? KiiitfStreef, Llncolif Mock, l'lionu MAIN i!7H. Residence Occidental Hotel. Phone 054. The Union ExpressJBo. Office with EveninglBulietin. 210 King Street -:- -:- Telephono SG. Wo mora safes, pianos aud furniture. Wo html freight and lumber. Wo nell blttok and whio sand. Wo meet all incoming uoaststeamers, wo check baggage ou all outgoing steamers. W. LARSEN, Manager. Metropolitan Meat Co. 10S KING STREET. O. J. WALLER, - - - Manage. 3C3BA" -. , The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd., Has Removed its Offices and Showroom to Alafcea Street, Makai Merchant. . . BARGAINS IN ELECTRIC -FUTURES. G Op and after August. 9, all Electric Fixtures 2 ! t 4 1 e r JS ' T- '- .,(.' , i .- -" - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, 30, igoo. Five Gasoline Engines AND HOISTS For all Kinds of Work (LAND AND MARINE) Rupniag Pumps, . $ Dynamos, aid Machinery (THE UNION ENGINE) Sole Agents: THE VOX HAMM irOMG CO. LTD. B AI LEY'S IKE ITS Telephone 398 P. 0. Box 441 Bicycle Repairing Our Specialty. We are the pioneers in that line in Honolulu and carry a very lare Ihie of parts for repairs. Now is the titne to have your wheel overhauled and put in good shape"; durinp this wet spell you can siare it for a few days. Have the frame enameled. We can do you .a job equal to factory work in appearance and far more durable than theavcrnpe factory job. A pair of new pedals will add to the appearance of the wheel 25 per cent; cost hut ?1.50 upwards. Lamps from $1.00 upwards, and a good article at that price. GAS KAHPS REDUCED IN PRICE ... 3.50 Lamps $2.QO Each, to Clear. (Q Sole Agents Milwaukee Puncture Proof Tires. I BAILEY'S HONOLULU GYGLERY Gl.. Ltf. "SST1 TSr j and 4?S!iaes tnbw in stock willjbe sold ataGUEAT SACRIFICE to make roon .Sr shipment to arrive f pera?Asdrew Wkh.?V m ,M - I GOIGEIJEUEfESIIJIE POIISIiEff OE LE1DERS HE IS NOT IN ACCORD WITH POSITION ASSUMED 3V SECRETARY HAY. ' Germany Insists Upon Execution of Princes and Officials Responsible for Chinese Outrages as Condition for Peace Negotiations. NEW YORK. Nor. 22. According to a special from Washington to the Herald. Minister- Conger's to Secretary Hay asserting his belief that the punishment cf Chinese leaders imposed by the decree issued by the Chinese Government, Is not adequate, is opposed to tne opinion held by the President and the Secretarv of State. Another important development n the sitnatioa is that Germany has proposed that, as a condition to continuing the negotiations.' China be compelled to execute the eleven princes and officials alleged to. be responsible for the Chinese outrages. This condition is very distasteful to the administration, which is expected to take steps to secure its modification. Mr. Conger's message -was In response to an inquiry from Secretary Hay. sent immediately after the .presentation of the decree to this government by Mr. Wu. The Secretary cabled that the United States did not intend to pursue a policy of vengeance, but stated mat because of Mr. Conger's experience the President necessarily left in his hands the determination of whether the punishment imposed were adequate. Secretary Hay also urged to take into full consideration the attitude of the Chinese and the ability of the imperial government to carry out more severe sentences. It is evident to the officials that the siege through which Mr. Conger and other ministers went last summer has angered tnem against the Chinese and caused them to be foremost in demanding blood expiation. In the hope or deterring -Mr. Conger from any ideas of vengeance Mr. W. W. Rock-hill was sent to Peking as his adviser. It is an open secret that the authorities would have preferred the reference of the negotiations to a commis sion, formed of commissioners, three in number, appointed by each power, but this plan failed of accomplishment. The proposal of Germany that the continuance of negotiations depend upon the execution of the princes an.i officials thought responsible for the outrages is another form of the proposition submitted to the Wash ington government, several woeks ago by Baron von" Sternberg, then German Charge d'AffaJrs. Germany at that time that as a condition precedent to negotiations the Chi nese government be compelled to surrender the "first and real perpetrators of the crimes committed against inter national law." The response of the United States was that it could not join a demand of this character; that China should be afforded an opportunity to punish the criminals, ariu that provision for their punishment should be made in the negotiations for final settlement. The President is considering the new German proposal and he will' prouaniy decline- to agree to it. suggesting some modification, that may lead to a satisfactory solution. An official said that as some of those condemned by the ministers are powerful princes and officials Chinese forces, it is plain that un less the imperial government, desir ous of carrying out the ultimatum of the foreign representatives, is able to arrest the culprits quickly they- are likely to combine in tneir own defense. The possibility is suggested that they might kill the emperor. Such an act would be a signal for an anti-foreign outbreak all ovpr China and would have consequences which the authorities hesitate to contemplate. S Pleasantly Missed. ' From the Pittsburg -Dispatch. We can at least observe with grati tude that this campaign was the occasion of the complete obscuration of the Hon. Coin Harvey. Ki. rlC J 1 r COMINt LEtltCATKHf? Congressman Steele of Indiana Talks Abcut Important Measures. Kuif" YORK. Nor. 22. Representa tive George W. Steele of Indiana, a tneaoer of the Hosse Ways and Means committee, is quoted In a Tribune special from Washington, as say ing ox the work: of the approaching short session r "I express my personal judgment only -when I say that it would be. a good xhins ior Congress to take action toward materially reducing the number and amount of taxes being paid by the people under the present ease act. I "I do not think there is much doubt concerning the passage of the ship sui5idy bill dnrins this session. The. intentloa is to get this measure be fore the House as carlr as possible. It is a bill that ought" certainly to pass. "Under present conditions, I am not inclined to favor the establishment of aa army of 100,000 as Is being advocated la certain sections. Under the present law we have from 63,000 to C5,00 men. That Is quite a large ar my. How. when the conditions be come such that an army of that site is not needed, we could easily reduce the number. I am in favor of a permanent army of 100.000 just now. because I want to ascertain before I vote on the subject just how many-men we are likely to need when the army in Puerto Rico has been, reduced, when troops have been withdrawn from Cuba and .uen the war in the Philippines resolves itself Into some tangible form or is concluded and guerilla warfare is stopped. "I think, th'at the bill providing for a reapportionment.- so as to regulate the membership of the house in accordance with the increase of population, will be passed. Some states under this law will no doubt suffer, while others will benefit. "I do not think that the subject of decreased southern representation as a separate matter will be considered at this session. There is no time for the discussion of that problem during a short session." Children,- Photographs. Perhaps the most trying part of the photographic operator's life is the handling of children, yet Miss Haskins w.th infinite skill seems to find no difficulty in the matter. It is surprising the variety of poses the little ones are led into by her skillful handling, all so natural and delightful. Ml I Jk Miss Haskins has a style of her own, and her efforts are highly appreciated by those who are competent to judge. King Bros, are to be congratulated on having secured her services in. their new enterprise. The... Tropical 4 - LB41H INVINCBLE TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES ' are the bet obtainable, and are sold at most moderate prices. Whatever variety of supplies you wish, yoti will find it here, embodying the sterling-qualities of reliability, convenience and economy. " r .-. UNrrED TYreWHTTER AND SUPPLIES CO. , . 327 Moat gomcry Stnd, H ;. is the FINEST AND BEST "5g. CIGftR Sold in Honolulu The Honolulu Republican delivered by earner, 75 cents per month. , m m m 9 m m m Tin Hawaiian News Ca M.M M Sole Agent -:- Hawaiian Island, m ,w Good Serviceable S?55 -$10 r .aw. iv Ky. - "" and upwards Why take a chance on a cheap tin wheel sold at WQTION when you can get a i standard make from a dealer who will guarantee them. L CALL AND SEE OUR $10.00 WHEELS E. O. HAUL & SOU, liimited J 33IOYCLE DEFT., next to Bulletin Otllce. - PER S. S. NIPPON MtRL1 We receiveda new Hue of Silks, Table Covers, Dollies, Pajamas, Kinio nas, LaGUer and flrntirrioriy Wafe of the latest patterns. We invite you to inspect these goods whether you purchase or not! ASADA & CO., Hotel St. BARGAINS! BARGAINS.!! FOR THIS WEEK HLL SILK GRENHDINE Fine patterns; $2.50'and up'per yard.' SILK HND WOOL CREPON. 85c. and up per yaul.. NOTTINCHPTM LHCE CURTHINS: for 50c. and up per pair . LHDIES' SHOULDER CHPES . A full line at $5.00 and-up; These jocxls are all imported from England. " The Bargain Store ALBERT BLOM, Proprietor Opposite the Fire Station Fort and Berotnnin Streets Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd, SUGAR! FACTORS. IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 43 " AGENTS FOR Canadian-Australian Steamship Line, Lloyds, British & Foreign Marino InsurancoJCo. Northern Assurance Co. (Fire and Life). Canadian Pacific Railway Co. Pioneer Line of Packets from Liverpool. phhv lumiFAenniniG go, Bo Yoxir Mattresses Sag? If sp bring them to as; we can make them as good as new at a rery small cost. Y Bargains in Grass Cloth (rarioos colors). Handkerchiefs (embroidered). Heavy Pongee Silk, for Shirts or Skirt, etc Old Ice Factory, young St, GRAND CLEARANDE SALE For one month only in all linesfcommencing Saturday, September 29,? 1900 ,' i Proprietor. if jSmwSim "-- ms t3FwKS tmw" " n- m fiOO KIM. 219 Nnumu St Above Hotels ,'' ' ' M- - OJ., '-&& ' ". ," St. ? 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