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;WEDNKSDAY, OCT. L1, 1885.
THIS EVENING'S DOINGS.
Yosemile Skating Kink 7.
Central Park Skating Kink, 7.
Onhvt Lodge, No. 1 Iv. of P.7:30.
The eastern war cloud, according
to tho despatches of October ,'lrd in
the San Francisco papers, has again
burst. The Dauubian provinces re
sound with the clash of arms. The
ousting of M. Crestovitch, the no
minee of Russia, from the governor
ship of Koumclia, and the subse
quent alliance between Roumelia
and Bulgaria in making common
cause against Tuikish rule, was the
spark that kindled the fire this time.
The case is one of life or death to
the Turk. "Whenever Roiunulia and
Bulgaria set up for themselves, Tur
key is virtually erased from the map
of Europe. The march of Russian
troops into the revolted provinces,
as it cannot be to support the Turk
ish authority, must be for the pur
pose of aiding the revolted provinces
tocstablish their independence, and
then to annex them to Russia. If
no other power interferes, it will not
be a very heavy task for Russia to
thrash the Turk for the Roumelian,
and then thrash the Roumelian for
herself. The dream of a throne on
the Bosphorous will then be speedily
realized. But the best laid schemes
"gang aft aglec," and before the
Russian occupies Constantinople,
the probability is that he will sec the
necessity of first flying his flag from
the towers of Windsor Castle.
(S7m Francisco, Oct. 3rd, per
barkentine W. II. Dimond).
Till: KOUMKMAX TROUBLE.
A London special of Oct. 2nd
says : From the diplomatic failure
yesterday in Constantinople, it ap
pears that tho sincere desire of the
great Powers to hasten the solution
of the Roumelian problem is to a
great extent hampered by the claims,
threats and actions of minor States.
From Athens, Belgrade, Bucharest
and Montenegro the unpleasant in
telligence is transmitted to the Cabi
nets of the great Powers that if
Eastern Roumelia is to be finally
annexed to Bulgaria, then Greece,
Servia, Roumelia and Montenegro
must have adequate territorial com
pensation. The position of Great
Britain, France, Germany and Italy
in this question is unmistakably very
different from that of Russia or
Austria-Hungary. The former
Cabinets are equally animated by a
desire to hasten as much as possible
the solution of a question which
threatens to compromise the peace
of Europe, and arc anxious that the
informal Conference now sitting at
Constantinople should solve tho
question in some manner compatible
with the dignity of the Powers which
signed the Berlin treaty. But it is
aindeniablc that the true nature of
the Roumelian revolution lies in tho
fact that besides raiding the whole
Eastern question anew, it has again
brought to the front the question of
Austrian or Russian preponderance
in the Balkan peninsula.
The meeting of the Servian Skup
stina on the 1st inst. resulted in
Servia demanding an extension of
' (territory. The populace are clamor
ing for the annexation of Macedonia.
It is probable, owing to tho largo
army which Servia has in tho field,
that she will speedily seize contigu
ous territory, thus making more
difllcult tho solution of the Balkan
The Skupstina has held several
secret sittings. The Government
'opposes tho project of the Deputies
to proclaim King Milan the King of
Macedonia. Ten thousand cavalry
men arc being raised for frontier
It is understood in diplomatic cir
cles in Berlin that Austria is secretly
Despatches received in Vienna
say that everything is ready for tho
entrance of the King of Servin into
old Scrvia on the 8th inst.
The Vienna Bank had received
full sanction from the Imperial
Foreign Ofllcc before granting the
RUSSIA KAGCH TOR TROUBLE.
M. De Giers demands that the
Powers assent to armed intervention
by Russia if the Servians enter
Macedonia. The Porte is hurrying
troops from the maritime provinces
of Asia to Salonica. Two thousand
lnVn ieft Smyrna Oct. 2. The Porte
hai obtained an advance of 1,000,
000 from CJalata bankers. Gabriel
Pasha hns been liberated and has
left Sophia for Constantinople. Part
of the Widden garrison has been
sent to Sophia. This is regarded as
proof of improved relations between
Bulgaria and Servia. A number
of German ofllccrs on the retired list
are offering their services to Prince
A despatch to the Daily Tele
graph says that G,000 Russians have
crossed the Danube into Bulgaria
and reached Roumania by special
trains in the night.
According to advices from Philip
popolisjtho report thalRussia wishes
to dethrone Prince Alexander has
greatly angered the Roumclians.
The Prince, it is said, was never so
popular as he is now.
A Constantinople despatch of the
2nd says: Great activity prevails
to-day in all the various bureaus of
the AVar Ofllcc. Troops are rapidly
arriving here and as quickly dis
patched to Tripoli, Salonica and
Dedagatch. Marshal Fouad Pasha
has started for Adrianople.
The first formal meeting of the
Embassadors to consider the Roume
lian question was to have been held
on the 5th, when Said Pasha, the new
Minister of Foreign Affairs, was to
arrive from Berlin, where he has,
until the recent change in the Minis
try, been Turkish Embassador.
The Sultan is receiving counsel
from Prince Bismarck respecting
the Roumelian question, and it is
probable that he will adopt a policy
'in harmony with the German Chan
VOS1TIOX OK ROU.MAXIA.
The King of Roumania has de
clared that he has not formed an
alliance witli either Greece or Scrvia
and that Roumania only seeks a
neutral position in the event of the
Roumelian question resulting in
A HEAVY FAILURE.
The failure of William Heath &
Co., Wall street brokers, with liabi
lities of something near two million
dollars, is announced. Among the
assets is a claim against Henry N.
Smith for over a million. Jay Gould
is a large creditor. The failure has
caused remarkably little fluctuation
At a meeting of the Independent
Committee of One Hundred in
Brooklyn, Oct. 2nd, President Cleve
land's Administration was indorsed
and the support of Ira Davenport,
Republican candidate for Governor
of New York, was urged. Rev.
Henry Ward Beechcr said he was
still a Democrat so far as Grover
Cleveland was concerned, but a
Republican in regard to the State
ui a prize ngnt in I'lttsuurg et
ween James Donnelly, of New York,
and Edward Berry, of New Haven,
the latter was proving too able for
his antagonist, when Donnelly's
friends threw pepper in Berry's
eye3, and the affair broke up in a
The stage from San Angelo to
Abilene, Texas, was attacked by a
smooth-faced boy 18 years of age,
carrying a Winchester rifle, lie
took possession of the mail bags,
and taking them on the prairie rifled
them and rode off unmolested.
There were six passengers in the
On Oct. 2nd the dead body of
William Sale, suspected of murder
ing Deputy Sheriff George Johnson
in Crawford county, Arkansas, the
previous week, was found in a creek
near the residence of the murdered
man's brother. His hat and shoes
had been sunk in the creek and his
throat was cut and one eye was
Prairie lives in McPherson county,
Dakota, during Sept. 30th and Oct.
1st, swept everything over an area
of 100 square miles. Hundreds of
families aro destitute. The loss is
estimated at 8250,000. Tho lire is
now said to be under control.
The great charge of 275,000
pounds of dynamite, with which it
was proposed to demolish Flood rock
near Hell Goto, was to be discharged
at 0:30 a.m. on October 7th.
The Government cruiser Chicago,
tho heaviest vessel over built at
Roach's shipyard, lias settled on the
ways to such au extent that the
workmen have had to shore her up
to prevent an accident.
A trial trip was made lately on
tho New York Ninth Avenue Ele
vated Railroad with tho electric
motor. Gould, Sage, Dillon and
other capitalists were aboard the
car. The experiment is said to
have been successful.
The Protestant Episcopal Conven
tion, Diocese of New York, declined
to adopt the amendments to the
Prayer Book presented by Dr.
Ritchie by a vote of 103 to 105. A
committee was appointed to lay the
matter before the General Conven
tion. The sale of Mrs. J. Morgan's
8200,000 collection of orchids in
New York causes quite a commotion
among rich fanciers of these plants.
The price for single pots of rare
varieties ranged from $100 t9 $-150.
It is something like the old-fashioned
A battery of boilers in Clerk &
Co.'s Solar Irom "Works, Pittsburg,
exploded on the morning of Oct.
2nd. ' Seventeen men were scalded,
fourteen very badly. Two have
died, and three or four others were
not expected to recover. The ex
plosion was caused by mud eating
through the coating of the mud
A CHOLURA MISSION-.
The President has issued an ex
ecutive older directing Dr. E. O.
Shakespeare of Pennsylvania to
proceed, under the direction of the
Secretary of State, as representative
of the United States to Spain and
other countries in Europe where
cholera exists, and make an investi
gation of the causes, progress and
proper prevention and cure of the
disease, in order that a full report
may be made to Congress during
the next session.
There was to be a special
rccent nation in Washington, on a
date, at the Civil Service Commis
sioner's rooms for tho Agricultural
Department of persons acquainted
with silk culture. This is the first
examination of this kind ever held.
SMALL-I'OX IX MONTREAL.
Oct. 2nd, eighty-four new cases
of small-pox were reported 'in Mon
treal. The exhibition buildings
have been prepared for additional
hospital accommodation, and are
constantly guarded by troops. For
the six days ending Thursday night
there were 270 deaths in the city
and sixty-six in the adjoining muni
cipalities. No trouble was feared
on the night of the above date, but
trouble was feared on Saturday night
SIR CHARLES DILKU'S MARRIAGE.
The marriage of Sir Charles Dilke
and Mrs. Pattison was to have taken
place on the 3rd at Chelsea. Col.
Armstrong, a broker, was to give
the bride aw.ry, and Joseph Cham
berlain be groomsman.
There were 188 new cases of
cholera and 80 deaths from cholera
reported Oct. 1st throughout Italy.
The disease has spread to Genoa,
where two cases and one death have
Fitoai tiii: oitir.xT.
The Occidental and Oriental S. S.
Oceanic arrived in San Francisco,
Oct. 2nd, bringing Hongkong ad
vices to Sept. 7th and Yokohama
news to Sept. 10th.
The Hongkong Telegraph says :
"Reports of cholera reach us from
all sides. "We bear it is especially
bad in Tamsui amongst the natives,
who have died in such numbers that
many bodies are allowed to lie un
buried. It is even said that the
dogs have mutilated the dead bodies.
1 lie disease is also said to be ram
pant amongst the Chinese at several
of the coast ports. So far only one
European death has been reported
that of an engineer of the steamer
Paris, who died at Pagoda anchor
age. At Macao deaths have been
frequent, and late advices from Hai
phong arc the reverse of encourag
ing." The Tientsin correspondent of the
Hongkong Mail says : It is to the
interest of all concerned in trade
with China that the customs service
should bo maintained at its present
high standard of excellence. Once
laxity is introduced, corruption will
follow, and with corruption great
abuses and ultimate loss of revenue.
The service lias also, as now consti
tuted, an important political posi
tion ; therefore it is to the common
interest that foreigners in high ollice
should be men of standing as well as
of ability to manage the various deli
cate and difllcult affairs that con
tinually come up for settlement.
A great diminution is observable
in the number of cholera cases at
Nagasaki. On Sept, 4th 221 fresh
cases were reported and Gt deaths
occurred. Tho death rato from the
outbreak of the epidemic up to the
Gth of August now appears as 45
percent. The sufferers have been
chiefly of tho inferior classes peo
ple whoso vitality is low, and who,
from their circumstances, are pre-
disposed to diseases. One hundred
and twenty-nine new cases of cho- !
lora and 110 deaths ninong old and
new patients were reported at Naga
saki on September 9th. OnthelOth,
according to tho Vhoya Shimbun,
fifty-five new cases and thirty-ono
deaths occurred. Intelligence from
Nagasaki says that cholera hns
broken out at Port Hamilton among
the natives, nud also the English
marines stationed on land. In
Yokohama there had been only one
case of cholera reported. A report
that there was cholera on the United
States gunboat Ossipco is denied.
The City of Rio do Janeiro, Cap
tain Seabury, reports having en
countered a severe typhoon on Sept.
5th, during which the ship was hove
to for twelve hours. Slight damage
wns sustained to small gear and two
lifeboats carried away, the vessel
being otherwise safely brought
through the storm. The lowest
reading of the barometer was 28.78
Engineers are to be despatched to
European countries by the Public
Works Department to study scien
tific and practical engeneering.
There arc at present few, if any,
scientific architects in this country,
and so the Government intend to
have students trained in this impoit
The Naval Department proposes
to engage a celebrated French ship
builder to improve the working of
the Yokosuka dock yard. The tor
pedo bureau is engaged in drawing
designs of new torpedo-boats which
arc to be built in March next.
The torpedo bureau has built a
number of boats for searching for
torpedoes laid by the enemy, but
Mr. Bcppu, an attache to the bureau,
is said to have recently invented a
method by which torpedoes arc made
to explode by operation on the sur
face of the water, without incurring
the risk of searching for them.
The medical authorities of the
Tokio Daigaku arc said to be intend
ing to try the effect of vaccination
with choleraic virus.
Free tickets for medical prescrip
tions have been given by the authori
ties to the poorer classes in Tokio
for preventing cholera.
An association to be termed the
Southern Sea Association, is shortly
to be formed by a number of dis
tinguished Japanese officials. The
object of the association is to send
prisoners to the numerous islands in
the southern sea which are unin
habited and unoccupied, for pur
poses of colonization. There are at
present over 100,000 criminals im
prisoned in Japan, and the expense
required for their maintenance is
enormous. The association pro
poses to maintain the prisoners sent
to those islands with part of the jail
funds now paid by the Japanese
The cup that doesn't cheer or in
ebriate, but sometimes rouses sus
picions the hic-cup.
ITaw'n Cai riac Manf 'g Co.,
E. O. Hall & Son,
Inter-Island S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildcr's Steamship On.,
C. Brewer ifc Co.,
Wailuku Sugar Co.,
Inter-Tsland at 103
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokci.
as Merchant Street; 151 ly
I WILL not he responsible for any
debts contracted in my name with
out my written order.
llamunaulu, October 9, 18S5. 140 Im
REGULAR CASH SALE !
THURSDAY, OCT. BSntl,
AT 10 o'clock. . II.,
At Salesroom, wil be Fold at Auction,
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Crockery and GlaFsware,
SieUs No, 1 Sugir, Barrels Salmon,
Cases Medium Urcad,
Colls ltope, Tobacco mid Oigars,
Hay 'Cutter in good order,
SMALL COTTAGE PIANO,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURK &
1 PHAETON, nearly new.
153 2t LEWIS J. LEVEY, Auct'r.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon,
Leniosy, Svphilis and Skin DlEcasu a
Specialty. Ollice, manka of ilia real,
deuce of Hon. James Kiau, King Street,
N.B. Parties on tho other Islands can
consult by letter, 155 ly
J A. MOKENZIH,
and Gas Filtor.
All ordorfl for House or Ship work
B3T Shop nest to Post Ofllce, Bethol
Street. 104 ly
NEW LOT OF
ALL - 03EK. EIM:3B3E.OH3E2Ifi,T5r
Corner Fort and
ROYAL AUSTRALIAN GIRCUS
Crowded ! . Crowded ! Crowded IM
TO THE DOORS! EVERY ONE DELIGHTED !
r3rBTJT ONE VERDICTS
A Genuine Show of Sterling Merit. Shouts of Laughter at Our Clown. Our
Riders the Thame of Admiration. Our Japaneso Admitted to he Mar-2t i
vellous. Our Acrobats Models of Skill and Daring.
To-nig-lrt ! To-M.ig"lit ! IJ'ox-t Street I
Admission, 50cts., 75cts., $1.25. Children, half-price.
E2P Tickets for Circle and Stalls may be linil during the Day at the Khte Ice
SATURDAY, AT 2 O'CLOCK, GRAND MATINEE !
150 KOIST. LOVE, Agent.
Pacific Hardware Company,
Successors to Dillingham & Co. and Samuel Nott.
FORT STREET, :::::: HONOLULU
Signal Oil, Something New for Carriage Lamps. .
Best Quality Blue Mottled Soap. Extra Grocer Soap,
u Superior Article.
jc& Jj ire l'root bales, Closing Out; at Liw frices. "m
Full Lines of Goods upon Most Favorable Tonus.
DR. BRINKERHOFF'S system of
Recta) Treatment. A new treat
ment for Hemorrhoids Fistula and other
diseases of the rectum, by a piocess
sure, safe and painless.
DR. McWAYNE, 34 Alakea st.
FANNING'S IbLAND GUANO in
quantities to suit. Apply to (lie
PACIFIC NAVIGATION CO.
HOUSE & LOT FOB SALE.
The house and premises owned
land occupied uy w. u. Jic
iWavno. situated on the corner
of Young and Kecaumoku streets. The
house is new and contains six rooms be
sides pantry, kitchen, &c. Tho lot is
100x137 feet. Stables, carriage and out
liotiscs on the premises. For particulars
apply to AVERY & PA LME It,
122 No. 00 Fort street
N. F. BURGESS,
84 King street, : : Honolulu.
Carpenter and IluUdcr. Ilacgagu and
Draying and steamer Freight carefully
Carriage painting done by a first-class
workman at 78 King street.
Jobbing in above lines attended to with
promptness, and charges according to
tho amount aud quality of , work.
Ofllce Telephone, 20!2. Residence, 152.
UNITED CARRIAGE Go.
Telephone 290 !
while thanking llio
'encroiis Biinnoi t, are
Jl public tor its;
ttill able to furnish first-class teams.
The steady advancement of thlh Com.
pany hlnco lit organization, two ycais
ago, lias coinlnecd us that persons who
diive their own teams not only malio
steady competent drhers, but, as a rule,
aro not likely to charge more than lojrul
lates. Any passenger overcharged by
any of our drivers will, on application
to our ollice, havo the overcharge
promptly returned. Tho object of the
United Carriatjo Company is to Mipply
the public witli good teams at legitimate
lalesof fare, and hope by fo doing to
meiit, in the future, the same llueral
P'ltronago that wo have received in.tho
past. UNITED CARRIAGE Co.
Mutual Telephone, -
EST Oillco nnd Carriage Stand, next
door to E. O. Hall & Bon's, corner King
and Fort Streets. 153 lm
IEW GOODS !
THE FISHER CIDER COMPANY,
Factory, 13 Lihlia street.
A RE now prepared to furnish this
Xjl celebrated Champagne Cider at
fchort notice, and in quantities to suit.
All oiders will meet prompt attention
by addressing The Fisher Cider Co.
M. T. DONNELL, Manager.
Mutual Telephone S3D. 13U ly
Dwelling House for Sale or
HPHE larno dwelling
house aud lot
1 occupied by D. D.
ing on Dole street, at Punahou, and run.
ning through to Reckwith street. The
house contains 8 large rooms, 2 pnntrics,
1 bathroom, 4 large closets, kitchen ad.
joining. There is a large barn with
servant's room on the grounds, also an
office separate from the main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acrc3 in extent and
affords considerable pasture and lire,
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Enqulic of
132 tf S. B. DOLE.
TO the Creditors of tho Estate of
CHEE MAN, a bankrupt, lake
notice: That tho undersigned, assipnee
of tho Estate of Cheo Man, a bankrupt,
have, preparatory to his Jlnal account
and dividend, submitted his accounts as
such assignee and filed tho same before
Hen. A. F. Judd, Justice of tho Supreme
(joun, at ins ciiamncrs, to wiiom lie will
apply at 10 o'clock am. on Mcnday,
tho iOtli day of October, inst., for a
settlement ot said accounts and for a
dischargo from all liability as such as
signee, and for au order to make a final
dividend. And that any person inter
ested may then and there appf-nr and
contest the same. W. C. PARKE,
Honolulu, Oct. -20, 1885. 155 3t
Ml Uj Teleloie 32.
Hcvwaiiau I-Iolcl SttUjlo
Comfortable Carriages, good
and Competent Drivers.
ISiiiVKioH, WuicoiietteN &.
llo Homos to JLet.
to Board on
Horses for Sale and Warranted.
148 Ring Up Telephono 32, tf
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