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Saturday Press Supplement, June 18th, 1881.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
lly llio City qf iytlnty, vvo nro enabled to present
our readers with tlio following ndditionnl news :
Xafmoi. .hum . Slight shook of earthquake
nt Mount esiivhn hive been follow,-,! by strong
eruptions nml nctivo at minis of lava tlowing tluwit
tlio northeast side.
City oi Mexico, Juno t!. Confess niljourneil ita
actum on the UrnT.
Tho increase of revenue for the past j oar was
Tho Kiicutivo will soon is3tio hit authorization
to tho contract for the construction of tlio rail
road to Topolovampo. Tho railroul scliemo will
Tho Palmer-Sullivan Company hao purchased
tho Mexico. Tolnsa and Cuantillan railroad ami
tho property was delivered yesterday.
Tho t.cntral road w completed for u total ills
tauco of fifty toiler! nnd ve-tord.iy work was eoui-menc-d
at ban Juan del llio. Tho Morulas rail
riMil is completed to Ca.inUlI.in.
P.vms. June 'J. It is rnmored thatn coilition
will bo formed by Jules Simon, Wnddington,
Duke De llrogtio and Do Fonrtou. counteuiuced
by President Grevv. to defeat tlie Scrutin tie Iiislo
lull in the Senate.
Ktnrr, June '. Tho ringleader of tho anti
Jewish riots here has been xent-MiCvd to threo and
a half j ears' penal servitude and loss of his civil
rights. His most active nccompliivM have lieeu
sentenced to eighteen months and twelve others to
short terms of imprisonment.
Home, Juno 3. Premier Deprefis, in presenting
the new Ministry to the Chamber of Deputies to
day, k mi lie only accepted the Premiership from a
feeling of duty. He dwelt upon the imperative
neceaty of electoral reform. Tb Government
had decided upjn an increase of tho war budget
sons to complete tho reorganization of the army
on the system approved by Parliament. In re
gard to rehliouswith other Powers, he said the
country repiired peace with dignity. In moineut
of disquietude and distrust, whatiiided tho Gov
ernment was tho imperturbable dim resting on
tho consciousness of right. The .Minister of For
eign Affairs slid ho could not at present consent
to tho publication of tho Tiiuis correspondence.
Pauis, June 'J. The dueling mania has again
broken out in Paris. Not Ii-ni th in three meetings
havo taken place within the last twenty-four
Midbid. June 2. At n meeting of tlio anti-Slave
Trade Society n resolution was pised demanding
the abolition of capital punishment and the imme
diate liberation of all slaves in tho Antilles.
Hkulin, June 2. The lteichstag has adjourned
for one week, having concluded the second reading
of the Accident Insurance bill ns far as Paragraph
II. in accordance with tho proposal of the com
mittee. Tirsis, Juno 'J. Tho French authorities admit
that the Captain of the gunboat Viyi-r exceeded
his duty in searching tho llritish vessels.
London, June .'.The Timtt' Tunis article says,
tionceming tho searching of ltriti-.li vessels by tho
French mau-of-uar, that instructions have been
forwarded to French gunboats in thoso waters so
as to prevent a siiuilir broicli of international
law- in the future.
Londox, June 1'. It is believed that the object
in sending half the Turkish troops now in Thes
wily to Tripoli is to forestall Itilian intrigues.
Tho Porte fears that Italy will pursuo a courno in
Trip Ii similar to that of the French in Tunis.
Losnos, June 1st. The 7Vm says: Tho rumor
that tho Government intends to adopt stringent
incisures fornbitiug the terrorism of tlio Uuul
lngne nppcnrs to havo cuised some excitement
among the leaders of tho agitation. Parliament
and the country nt length come to understand that
the league is an aggressive organization, and that
if tho law does not put it down it will put down
the law. Tlio terrorism must be suppressed,
who her it tako tho form of vulgar threatening Ut
ters or ussumo the loftier tyie of diet Uion.
London, June I'd. -Forxter, Chief Secretary for
Ireland, will be detained some dajs lunger in Ire
laud, owing to tho aspect of alburn there.
I.osikn, June 'id. According to the recent een
iib, the population of Ixnidou UltiTI.
Hkiilix, Juue 2d. Professors Mumniscn.Curtius
and Freitchke, and Dr. Natchtigal, the African
tnweler, wero present at tho banquet to Minister
White list night. White spoke with diplomatic
skill of the copious tide of German emigration uow
ixmring into tho United States, and of the very
acceptable clement thus infused into his composite
Punn, June I'd. M. Segulu, Timisinn corre
siKViideut of the Pans Vtltnipht, who wns mur
dered recently by Arnbs nt'lleja.took n prouiineiit
part in tho Paris Commune, and after the insur
rection was Jput down, traveled in England, Ger
many mid America, lie returned to Paris when
amnesty was proclaimed.
Ixinikin, Juno :id. In the House of Commons,
to-day, during the time of putting questions to
Ministers, Thomas P. O'Connor was cilloJ to
order for using tho word "mendiciouH."
U'Kelly (Home Ituler) thereupon applied the
epithets "calumniatory " nnd "lying" to several
members of tho House, nnd his euaisinsioii for tho
remainder of tho sitting wns moved by Gladstone,
and carried by a vote of 1S3 to 14. O'Kclly then
Gladstone said that vigorous measures wuru
adopted by tho Irish Kxecutivo jesterday for deal
ing with the resistance of the law, including tint
nt tho Castle, near Pallas.
Noithooto said thobtatemeiit wns not reassuring.
Forster's nbsceuco must of itself cause unxluty.
Tiul.ee, June lid. TUuro U great exritcuieut
hero on account of tho arrest, under tho Coercion
Act, of Timothy Harrington, proprietor of tho
Kerry Stnlinil. lie was the chief organizer of tho
Land Ixugue. More nrrets nro expecttd.
I.sik)s', Juno 3d. The Ttttaraph hay the Gov
ernment 1ms received such serious news from Ire
land for tho la few dsys that n measure calcu
lilted to deal with tho exceptional auto of affair
therujs engaging the attention of the Ministry,
Tho ChniHitlt says that the Government b con
sidering the question of tho usriensioii ot tho
Irish jury laws, nnd will probably introdnoo n bill
for that purpowi at tho present session without in
terfering with the Ini Hill.
Dtjuixv, June 3d. Tho following nro the dtt ills
of thuftilray between iho poopleliud thopulicuiii
County Clara yesterday i Kighty policemen pro-cx-ded
to Hodyku for the purinse of asii.ting in
the eviction of h tenant. Ilodjke U a small Tillage
between ScaritI and Tnlla, where some tuilitiry
are at prtsent garrisomJ. The police, while pro.
crediug iu small inrtie to the placo of assembly,
were attacked in detail by the people. The ambu
lance convened tbe polict; from Knnia. They wero
undor tho command of tlio County Itmivutor. On
the way from Knnis n hive of U'cs whs let loo-t,
nnd the stings of the insects cutsed tho horses to
become unmanageable. One maddened beast
Pished itself ngalnst the wngou and wns killed.
Mounted orderlies wero desp itched to Tulla for
tho assistance of tho military, while, in tho mean
time, tho police, in it united force, proceeded to
tho house where tho eviction was to tako place. It
wns situated on n hill, nnd an they descended to
ward it, thoy wero attacked by armed men, who
by tho covert of I ho fences on each side of the road,
iKiurtdn galling fire into tho ranks of tho consta
bulary. Tho latter wero immediately deployed in
skirmishing order, nnd returned tho fire with effect,
killing one mail and wounding several. Tin? po
lice succeded ill re telling the house nml broke in
the front door. The rioters rushed through the
back door, but several were arrested. Some who
nt Licked the constabulary from behind tho fences
were ulco taken. Tho hou-o was taken sssc.ssion
of, and tlio family inhabiting it cleared out. While
returning with their prisoners, the jsilice were at
tacked and tired upon a sioond time, and one of
their horses shot dead. .Mounted men despatched
for the military had to run a suvero gauntlet, n de
termined effort being made to prevent them from
reaching Tulla. They, however, rode into town
through all obsticles. Thellyiiigcoliiinnnt Temoy
is under orders to bo ready nt a moment's notice,
trtxW even going from Cork to New Pallas.
Nkw Youk. June 2. Tim Tribune sijs: efforts
nro said to have been made by llraziliaii ngents iu
Germany to divert immigration from the Pnited
States to Jlrail. but not with nnv success. Dr.
Delma nrrived iu this city from llio Janeiro on
Friday last to obtain IXXO Chinese lalsirers for
the province of San Paulo. Hosiid ho believed
that in six or seven jears slavery in Hrazil will bo
practically nholished. llisnmrck, ho thinks, has
di-cjumged Germans from going to Hrazil, nnd
through German Consuls Ins incited strikes
among them. The great need of Hrazil, he slid,
was competition in 1 ibor, and as Kurupcaii nnd
American immigrants could not be induced to
colonize iu Hrazil, recourse must be had to the
Chinese, who nro Ixitli cheap anil submissive. lie
intends to procure tliu requisite number of Chi
neso iu this country, if possible, but he iimv bo
obliged to go to China.
Cmovoo, June 2. The TiibiniSe New York
special denies tint I.orillard won $2,000,000 on
Iroquois, but bus the amount was only .12,ra)0, of
which ho ordered !.'.F000 turned over to Archer,
who rode Iroquois.
Nkw York. Juno !!d, The Ttlnimrn'r Dublin
special says: A flying colli which left this city
last night, included .TOO of the Coldstream Guards,
UK) guardsmen of the Scotch Fusiletrs, with nriny
service of wagons, ambulance wagons and nn nrmy
hospital corps, tho whole force concentrating for
operations nt tho Castle of New Pallas, near Limer
ick, numliers over 1,000 men. The Hying column nt
tenner is under orders to le re uly nt n moment's
notice. Troops nre even jroing from Cork to New
A soldier returning from the Post-office to tho
Rirracks in Dublin was desperately attacked,
stabbed and pulled off his horFo by i laliorer. Tho
latter was eventually secured. He slid that ns in
surrection had broken out iu the country, he had
begun it here. The soldier's wounds nro not dan
gerous. r V' 0"-s. "" 3d. Geneiul Grant, Capt,
J. H. tads, and other pissengers on the fte.imship
City of Mf.-iitu, nro detained nt quarantine. They
will arrive here Sunday.
At.Bisv, Juno :M. Spinola movtd to .adjourn
tho Joint Convention until noon on Saturday.
This was agreed to, the Democrats nnd tho Gnr
field men voting together.
Aluanv, Juno :td. Tho first ballot for n sue,
cessor to Colliding stood as fallows : Jacobs M),
Conkling :M, Wheeler 18, Cornell 20, ltogers H,
Hradley 1, Folger, Crowley, nnd Feuton It, I jipliam
C, WikhIIii, Henry Wnrd Heecher mid Dutchel 1,
Madden voted for Woodiu, nnd Gorsliu for Henry
Ward Heecher. Heecher is piired with Hoffmann
of Chemung, Lewis with Piuney, nnd Crospervvith
lileuler. There was no choice.
The Convention proceeded to vote for ii suc
cessor to Piatt. Tho following wns the result:
KeriunH), Piatt SO, DepowHO, hnphaiu 2, Cornell
13, Ward 2, Vnn Cott 2, Crow ley 3, Dutcher 3,
Miller 8, Folger 3, Tremaine 3, Wheeler 1,
IsirUtion of which thoy receive unlycompunlively
" ""'" s isjsoigo. i mi uoioni.u Government
ii tvs them n largo subsidy. In n letter of thanks (o
. ii. ii me, uie oecretary of tlie coi
.rv i( lltii ...,. ..... ....
uaster 1 earson linn expressed his appreciation of
"" n,,.-iiu iieiitin,
Stonmlioiit Accident in Canada nml Fear
ful Loss of Lire.
.ltsiKW, Out., .May 2,'itli. Iiast evening nt six
(icltjck, tho steamer rielori.i, with over (KX) excur
sionists on board, was running from Spring Hank.
When near tho Covo railwny bridgo. one milo
1m'Io.v the city, tliu bout suddenly collapsed liki
an egg-shell nnd becamo n totnl wreok level with
the water s edge. All tho passengers wero iuslnntlv
plunged into tho stream. Moiu than half of (Iicm
were underneath tho debris.
Tho first news which reached tho city wns
brought. bj the survivors, who struggled throiinli
tho streets wit and weary. Tho news fell like, n
thunderbolt, nnd n stniiqiedo took place for tin
iiArrJi'? fr',, ''""-riblo sight met tho view.
About tt) to U) (M)dies had already been recovered
nml we.ro lying on tlie green sward some distnnct
up the bank, Soveial hundred families wi re re
presentwl on tho excursion, nnd tho wail of
anguish that nroso nt sight of the victims wns
heartrending. Tho steamer frincett JMnif was
earlv brought to tho sKt and tho victims placed
upon thii upper deck. 1'ires wcielitontho bank
overliKikiug the river, nnd petroleum torches worn
brought, nnd so tho search wns continued. Th.
total loss will aggregate lift.
AH is in confusion. Tim newsimK?r staffs', liki
nil e so. nro sadly demoralized, all having friem
involved in the calamity. Tho whole citv seemei
almost demented to-night. Tho necident was cer
tninly due to gross carelessness. The boat wns
overcrowded to a disgraceful extent. Tho liinn
HRer, George Parish, was expostulaied with bv
several iKTsons nt Spring Hank, and urged not a
ot the boat go out in that over-crowded condition
but hois reported to havo replied, "All right: 1
know- my business," or something of that sort
the trips were made down thu river four miles t,
Spring Hank, n ixmulnr resort. Tluee or font
steamers nro plying there daily. Tim I'ictorh.
inmlo her last trip at I p.m., with a lnrge load
variously estim ited at from 400 to (XX) persons.
TIIK OAUBK OK TIIK DISISTKH.
The boat sliiptnsl water on the down trip, but
all went well until tho return. When over hnlf
way home, from somo pranks of plavful vouthsoi
thu lower deck, or perhaps the boat striking r.
snag, ciused n rush to one side, when the water
to thu depth of a foot or two, broko over the lower
deck, which wns crowded with passengers. In
stnntly the crowd on both decks rushed to tin
opposite side, nnd their weight nnd thownternl
ready shipped caused a lurch in the opposite dine
Hon, nnd thu boat sank one or two teet. Whik
the crowd on tho lower decks wero struggling to
savu themselves from slipping into tho river, the
stanchions gave way, and tho whole upper deck,
with its load of human beings, came down on thoso
below, crushing and imprisoning them. U i, jlu.
possible to describe tho acene that followed. Tin
boat continued settling sidewavs, drowning ninny
who were stunned by tho fall of tho upper deok
and wero unablo to hell) themselves. Scores snnl
in the water w ithout any effort to save themselvob
whilo many others, who wero pricipitated into tin
rivir unhurt, rent tho air with their vnin nppenN
for succor, which thoso of tho passengers who
weresnfo wero powerless to extend. Asstsm ns
possible help wns secured, nnd tho work of re
(Mvering tho bodies proceeded. Tho bodies won
placed on the stenmboat xim'.c ns fast ns brought
up mid then taken to tho Company's dock, where
tho task of identification bogan. Tim necident
occurred nt n qu irter pist six o'clock, nnd it wn..
midnight boforo the bodies wero brought back t,
Nkw Youk, June Ikl.
Conkling nnd Piatt have
New oiik, June 'Al. Stnator Jones bienkfnsted
to-day with Senator Conkling. Ton reporter of
the Kctiiiiiji 'ul Senator Jones afterward Raid :
" Senator Conkling is looking in better health than
I have seen him for n long time, nnd is just ns full
of fight ns over. I hnd but n few minutes' conver
sation with him. He has no intention of with
drawing his name, but, iu his own interest, ho
intends to tight right through. Ho feels confident
of ultiicnte success, both for himself and Plntt. It
is nn absolute impossibility for tho half-breeds to
unite iism nny man on their list, nnd as soon us
nuysucti Htteuipt is mnde, joti will sen n rush of
men for Coukliiig's side."
Wahiiimiton, June 3d. There uro ninny rumors
ntloat nboiit tho Treasury Depirtmint relative to
the probable outcome of tho investigation in tho
Custodian's office. It is stated that one of the offi
ciates interested informed tho Investigating Com
initteo 'iat persons higher in authority than ho
wns responsible for nil that ho had done. Tho im
prosciou prevails that several removals will bo
Humors of additional removals mid of frenh dis
closures tie thick and fust nt the Post-office De
partment to-day. Hut tho Investigating Commit
tee iu "room KT' ooutiiiuid to sit with cIomsI doors.
No new developments were coiiiiuuuioUed to the
public. Auditor McGrew and Deputy Auditor Lilly
were still nt their offices this afternoon, but will
bo relieved to-morrow. Iteferrin to tho rumor that
tho Attorney-General has obtained evidence of
such a nnturo ns lo compromise McGrew, and that
the President's summary demand for his resigna
tion was based upou it.
McGruw insists tlLat he has done nothing wrong.
He savs ho audited the accounts ot tho small con
tractors on thu certificntes of tho Second Assist
ant Postmaster-General, and argues that without
access to llrady's Ixxiks ho could not know if tho
contracts wero fraudulent that were certifiid to by
Nkw Youk. Juno ltd. Iu accordance with the
suggestion of Postmaster Pearson, the Pacific Mail
Steamship Compiuy have consented to make such
changes in the sailing hours of their steamers loav
iug ban Francisco for Australia aud China aa will
secure tho despatching of the mails from New York.
Under their contract with tho Australian Colonial
Gorernmeut, thu company are requested to wait at
Ban Francisco for tho arrival of the llritish trans
continental mails, but are under nu similar obliga
tion with regard to tho mails from this city aud
other irU of the United States, fur the trans-
Writer, Collector, Copyist.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
No. Tl King M. (opposite Jlethel ht.) Honolulu.
Letters Written, ltcnts uml Hills Collected,
Houses, Lands uml Hoonis Itcnteil.
Ilookn kept by the Wetk, .Mouth ur Uiwrtvr, at rea.ui.
(uarterly IIIIU made out, delivered an.I lollutnl.
Constitutions. lly-Laus, Hcports, Ar., Ac, nf Commit
tec. bnrveya, .v.c, ilrann up with accuracy and ill.
Amanuen.lii and C'opjUt Work done for Invalid or olln
perin requiring utli services.
UO-(Jon. taillatleiillon to the Inter,. t ot patron. m,
liuilne .ecrets jire.crvrd Inviolate.
Terms Kensoiuilile. I'utronuge Snlltlteil.
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