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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
See. rovihod guaidinn's notice by
J. A. Magoon.
A notioo npponrs lo-dny from tho
YVoinoii h I'atnotH Joagno.
Hon. 0. 1$. Biihop returned by to
day's atoainor aft or a long absence.
Mr. Jns. B. (Jnstlo assumed his
duties as Colleotor-Gouoral jostor
day. Diamond Head, il p. in. Woathor,
lliick and rainy; wind, light south
west. Purser Laurie J. t?yan has tho
thanks of tho Brr.MiTiN for news
Malio Alcana, tho girl thief, was
committed to tho Circuit Court this
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San FitAXcisco, April 12.
Illy S. S. AiPjtralln.
Fresh frozen oysters on ioo have
boon received by tho Australia at
tho Beaver Saloon.
TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 189a.
Tuesday, April IS.
S B Australia, HoudliHto, 5 dnyH, ID hours
3.1 inlii from San Francisco.
Tur.siuv, April 18.
Am 1-mnsted nclir Koliurt Lcors, Gooil-
innii, for San Francisco
Am bclir Alico Cooke for San Francisco
Btmr Jlikalialn for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Claudino for Jlautatflpiu
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Humukiui
iStnn Mokolii for llolokai
Stmr Waiuloalo for Hanamaulu at 1 p m
Sclir Kuwnilanl for Koolau
Schr Jlaliiinalit for Wainnao
From San KrnncKco por S S Australia,
Api 18 S T Alexander, B 11 JSnnniiiL', Mis
G G Uuttis, Hon C It Bishop, Mr.s JI V
lllnck, T .1 Conroy, Dr S N (Jrobs and wife,
Harrv Dalton, JUss JI L Damon, 12 Dukum,
J Dodd, Hiss Douelusx, SI A Diidlov, JIrs
BUFossiind 3 children, A W Uilmore,
llis-s Emma L Gilmorc, Miss Grace Gil
moro, JI Green, Arthur Hill, Jliss Hill, Br
G H Huddy, Jliss Esther Kroime, It I
Lillle, Hon Eugene I'1 Loud and wife, V G
Lowry and wifut .Ino F O'Shea and wife, H
I'ohlmanu, F Hitzau, Clans Spreckcls, wife
and 3 servants, JINs Snreckcls, ltudolph
Spreckcls, Gus G Ticmann, JIrs H A
Wharton, Mis J 13 Whatlcy, B H Wright,
AV A Kinney.
For Jlaui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
April 18 For Volcano: JJiuon Luttwitz, F
W Lounsburg. Way ports: A 11 l.oeben
stein, JIrs I'fordner, CjE Klucgel, H Toll
man, S JlcCiuh-y, T JI llatte, T Yot-u-mato,
Aheong, JlrLiki, JIrs V 11 Kickard,
It S Tize, I K Kay, E Weight, J V Parker
and bride, and others.
NATIVES NOT IN IT.
Failure of Annexation Meeting
the Garden Isle.
Mr. Kiha, who arrived in town by
tho steamer Mikahala on Suuday,
states thai tho annexation meetings
on Kauai wore a total failure. Mr.
H. P. Baldwin, manager of tho Ma
kaweli plantation, called a mass
mooting some day last we.ok, when
about eleven natives attonded. Sir.
Baldwin, who is now in town, pre
sided. After the meeting was called
to order tho natives wore called on
to sign tho roll, when ono man stood
up and asked whether thoy (tho na
tives) would bo placed on an equal
footing with tho citizens of tho
United States if annexation was con
summated. Ho was told that that was
a matter for aftor deliberation. Tho
natives then rose in a body and said
that thoy wore not in it, and at tho
request of Mr. Anton Cropp, man
agor of tho Koloa plantation,
all left the mooting.
HAVE THE BIBLE
Printed in the Language of the Gil
New Youk, April 12. Tho iirst
printing of the entire Biblo in tho
language of tho Gilbert Islanders
took placo in tho rooms of the
American Biblo Society to-day. It
marked tho end of thirty-four j-oars
of labor on tho part of Row Hiram
Bingham, missiouar' to tho islands.
Mr. Bingham was present to seo
tho last typo sot and tho iirst revo
lution of the press. Ho began the
translation of the Biblo for tho bene
fit of these people hi 185'.). Prayer
thanksgiving was offered 1)3 the mis
sionary to-daj', which was followod
by remarks by Mrs. Bingham and
Hawaiian Registry Stopped.
Consul-Gonoral Pratt at Sau
Francisco has received orders to ad
mit no moro foroign-built vessels to
Hawaiian registry. This is ovidontly
intended to shut out a number of
foroign-built vessels whoso owners
would like to have thoin brought
under the Amorican Hag along with
the Hawaiian Islands. Among tho
vessels that wore to have thoir ihig
changed is tho British stoamor China
ol tho 1'acihc Mail Imo. It was re
ported in a Now York illustrated
papor, also, that Clans Sprocket
was going to buy four largo foieign
built steamers with the same object.
The moio Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is usod tho butler it is liked.
Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when you Iirst catch cold. It in
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs are sole. It is good in
any kind of a cough. We have sold
twenty-Jive dozen of it and every
bottle has given satisfaction. Stoil
man As Friedman, diuggists, Minne
sota Lake, Minn, fill cent bottles
for sale by all doaleis. Benson,
Smith A; Co., agents for the Hawai
The stoamor Kinau loft at H:30
o'clock this afternoon. She waited
for tho foroign mails.
Mr. W. A. Kinney, formerly a
woU-known lawyer and politician
here, arrived by tho S. S. Australia.
Baron Luttwitz and F. W. Louns
burg wero pasongors by tho stoamor
Kinau this afternoon for the Vol
cano. C. O. Borgor, Secret ary Hawaiian
Jockey Club, has a warning else
where against trespassing on the
Mr. J. Dodd, formerly of the Cri
terion Saloon, returned by tho S. S.
Australia to-day after an extended
Carl Leonard the jockey arrived
by tho S. S. Australia to-day from
tho Coast. Ho is the same brisk
Dr. Goto, the Japanese leper riiiv
cialist, will leave for the Molokai
Settlement on the stoamor Mokolii
Chas. McCandless, a Honolulu
boy, and head printer in the St.
Louis Gallery at San Francisco, has
Tho concert bv the P. G. band at
the Hotel is postponed till Thurs
day evening on account of tho in
Mr. Clans Spreckols, wife and
family, including Mr. Rudolph
Spreckols, wore passengers by tho S.
S. Australia to-day.
Fivo Chinese wore arrested last
evening for playing dominoes and
cards by Captain Schlcininor and
Don't forget tho "Lady of the
Twilight'' and "Landing of Captain
Cook," by loquost, at the Opera
HoiiftO on Saturday ovening.
Paiaina, lino and Kaeha were ar
rested yesterday on a charge of as
sault and battery on Ho-ea, special
police, on Sunday last, at Waikiki.
Little "Willie Weudon, who was
ono of tho shipwrecked crow of the
Lady Lanipson which landed hero
soino time ago, is now on tho S. S.
B3- the Austialia tho California
Fruit Market has received freli
oysters, salmon, crabs, oranges, Sicily
lemons, Mexican limes, ceiery, cauii
Mr.s. Mayhow, formerly of Hono
lulu, is dying at tho City and Coun
ty Hospital, Sau Francisco. Her
husband is East and sends her remit
S. Ehrlich will receive at the Tem
ple of Fashion, by the steamer Aus
tralia, a large stock of high liovolties
in dry and fane goods, which will
bo sold at bedrock prices.
Tho U. S. S. Adams was to have
loft Maro Island for Honolulu last
Tuesday to relievo the Boston, which
is to bo sent to San Francisco to go
on the dry dock to bo cleaned and
Four deserters Ed. Mitchell, Ed.
M. Woigol, Haakon Olsen and Fred
Anderson wero reported this morn
ing from the U. S. llughhip Mohican,
and a reward of 520 each is olleied
for thoir return to the ship.
The "war oil t ho water"' ca-e was
decided in the Distiict Court this
morning. J'ainaapa, one of the tluee
natios arieated for assaulting the
Chinese fishermen, was sentenced to
pay a lino of Sot). He noted an ap
peal. Bertie Peterson was sentenced to
pay .?" fine and Stf.il) costs by Magis
trate Foster this morning for assault
and batlerv on S. IClnlieh. Tho two
papers that prejudged tho case
against Mr. Elirlich must bo un
happy. Bruce and A. J. Cartwright oiler
to lease on easy terms the commo
dious and well-appointed two-story
brick building, with pleasant
grounds, formerly the residence of
tho late 11. .1. Hart, situate 011 N1111
W. G. Irwin A; Co. annotiuco that
the steamer Australia will sail for
San FranoUco on Wodnondny, April
20. They ate prepared 10 issuu
thioiigh 'tickets from Honolulu to
all points in tho United State-., also
round hip ticUels foi tho World's
A statement made in .ostoida,'s
naner that a n:it minimi's horse had
been killed is unfounded, 011 Jurthor
investigation. Tho hoi-e was ridden
by a native jockey named Un, and
not bv a nut mlnnm. The animal
hulled mid was struck by the shaft
of the dray. The Iioimi was shot in j
in the afternoon, :
Dr. G. II. Huddy, who lately cc
loted his dental course in Califor
ploted his dental course in California
with honors, has leturned by I lie
Australia to his island homo.
Mr. S. T. AloMindor, a largo owner
of plantation slock, arrived front tliu
Three Chinamen and a sailor nam
en iieo. va 110 uiB. iu'ioiikiiiu in mi
Bishop Kip of tho Anglican
Church, Sau b rnneisco, is'doad.
Many towns have been wrecked
bv a evclone in southern Kansas.
'ihote is considerable loss of human
Tho Treasury Department finds
that tho doing away with tho regu
lation concerning tho taking of
i.-'otographs of Chinese has made
no dillereuco in the registration, and
tho idea that tho Mongolian preju
dice at?ainst tho camera was all that
provonted tho law from being suc
cessful is exploded. Mr. Geary,
author of the bill, protested against
tho change. The problem confront
ing tho otllcinls is alioady causing
tho administration trouble, and tho
department ollicials wonder how it
is going to end.
Sir Julian Pauucofoto has pre
sented his credentials to President
Cleveland as Ambassador of Great
Britain. Very friendly romarks
were made on tho occasion by tho
President and the Ambassador.
Ninotoen-hour t rains aro to bo put
on betweon Now York and Chicago.
President Cleveland's trip to the
opening of tho World's Fair will bo
a Hying one. Ho will leave Wash
ington tho morning of April .'JO, and
start homo from Chicago tho oven
ing of May 1.
A heavy thunder, rain and wind
storm has done much damage in St.
Ed. Pardridgo, a big "plunger,"
was badly crowded by the bull clique
in tho Chicago wheat market 3-ostor-dfvy.
His net loss for tho day was
?7f0,000, and it was supposed ho was
"snort on enough to cost I11111 a
Count do Keratr3- of Paris has ar
rived at New York, on a mission of
selling stock in a new company to
complete the Panama canal. Ho
wants it to bo an international work
in peace or war.
Two judges in Indiana wero put
on the stand at Tone Hauto by rep
resentatives of tho farmers' organi
zations, and made to answor critical
questions as to thoir hours of labor
as compared with other occupations.
Tho novel investigation was on a
petition to increase tho judges' pa',
under a new law that provides tho
salaries of judges ma' bo increased
to not moro than SiOOO.
Lizzio Borden, charged with tho
murdor of her parents, has boon in
jail seven months and public curio
fiity is alivo to know whj' sho is not
put on her trial. Nothing has been
done since the grand jury found au
indictment against her livo months
The Democrats succeeded in forc
ing an executive session of tho Sen
ate yostordaj' in face of tho combin
ed Hopuniieau opposition. It was
carried by ;) to 1(5, Potior (Populist)
voting with tho Democrats. There
was plain talk on the Roach easo in
executive session. Democratic lead
ers said if the Roach caso was to bo
gone into this session other cases
should bo taken up as well. To this
the Republicans retorted that U103'
wore atiaid oT no investigations re
garding any other members, but thoy
insisted that some positive action
should bo taken in this paiticular
Sau Francisco police raided the
rooms of tho Little Louisiana Lot
tery, arresting l(i persons and seizin'
tho books letters and 1(500 tickets.
11 i- believed tho President will
renew tho previous instructions to
the Biussols silver conference dele
gates namely to advocate unre
stricted bimetallism as their primary
program, with tho best thoy can got
as an alternative.
Exhibits will bo nearly all iu placo
at the World's Fair on Ma3' 1.
It is expected that tho business of
tho extra session of the Senate will
be over ly tho end of tho week.
California is still much out in the
cold from presidential appoint
At tho meeting of tho Magazine
Gun Board, at Springfield, Mass.,
tho guns of Amorican makers all
failed to pass the tests.
The whaling schooner Leon S.
Swift and 11 men were lost at tho
Capo Verde Islands.
Nineteen survivors of tho British
ship King James, which was burned
at sea two weeks ago, havo arrived
at San Francisco.
J. W. Flood, cashier of tho Dono-hoo-Kolly
Banking Co., San Fran
cisco, has confessed that he took
$10 1,000 of the bank's mono', which
had been missing since March 1. Ho
passed it over tho counter to two
men, nut ho will go to tstalo prison
rather than botny tho men. Flood
wn. released on 520,000 bail.
Tho Federal Supremo Court has 1
issued a mandate to execute tho
judgment of tho court in favor of
the city of Chicago and against the
Illinois Central Baihoad, involving
title to man' millions' worth of pro
port' along tho lake front opposite
the main business pari of the city.
In issuing the order the court, ipso
facto, denied the petition of the rail
road for a rehearing,
Mis. J. W. -Mackav has arrived in
San Krauoisco after au absence of 18
ears, to visit her husband who was
lately wounded by a crank.
The now cruiser Detroit proved
up to her requiienieuts on the trial
1 rip. Sho made a mean speed of
Ib.ti.) Knots. II wn.i believed a great
oKoosi of spend might bo gained
when the on.-ol is fully opened on
her son dial. Jler tuiuing at high
speed was lemarkable, she being
quick and sure to lespoud to the
Seven osmi1s aro to patrol I ho
watem of Hehriug Sea this season to
protect the mialn, and iu oider to
Behring Sea, so ns to reach tho seal
ing grounds on Juno 1.
Orders wero also sunt to Admiral
Skorrott at Honolulu directing him
to send tho Mohican back to San
Francisco for Behring Sea duty and
stating that tho Adams would bo
sent to Honolulu to tako her place.
Tho Mohican will bo tho flagship or
tho lluot and Commander Nichol
Ludlow, boing sonior ollicor, will
havo command. With tho oxcepliou
of tho Potrol, which will go direct
from China to tho sealing ground,
tho Hoot will rendezvous at Port
Townsond in time to tako in sup
plies and sail from thoro for north
ern waters not later than May 2.
Saved My Wife's Life
Three hundred miners wero caught
below ground in a coal mine explo
sion near Pont-y-Pridd, Wales, yos
torday. Sovonty mon reached tho
surface aftor fearful struggles, led
by n minor who know the way. Tho
roscuo of tho romaindor was regard
ed as hopeless.
Thoro wero eighteen new cases
and six deaths from cholera in tho
vicinity of tho town of L'Oriont,
Franco, on Monday.
William Waldorf Astor of Now
York has bought tho splendid estate
of Cliveden, on tho. banks of tho
Thames, from tho Duko of West
minster. It is said tho sum paid
Two thousand non-union men aro
working under military and polico
protection in placo of striking dock
laborers at Hull, England. It looks
as if tho striko will prove a failure,
but tho dock laborers at Livorjiool,
Shields and elsewhere aro organizing
to assist tho strikers.
Tho Behring sea court of arbitra
tion was in session six hours yester
day. Proceedings wore strictly pri
vate, oven tho secretaries boing ex
cluded. The council of tho Labor party of
Belgium will order a gonoral striko
on occouut of tho rejection by tho
Chamber of Doputies of a proposal
for universal suffrage.
Many houses havo boon destroyed
by earthquake in Sorvia, but tho loss
of lifo is small. It is belioved to bo
a continuation of tho recent earth
quake in Asia Minor, whoroby the
town of Milattia, with 3000 houses,
was destroyed and 130 persons per
ished. In tho debate on tho Homo Rule
bill, Davitt said the measure would
bo accepted by 13,000,000 of tho Irish
race as a compact of poaco to bo
honorably observed. Tho Irish did
not wish tho home rulo bill to cost
tho British Parliament a single pen
ny, and thoy would not shirk thoir
fair share of tho Imperial burdens.
Four thousand National Liberals
from Hamburg marched in a torch
light procession before Princo Bis
marck's castlo in Friodrichsruho,
celebrating tho birthday, of tho
Pope Loo has completed an ex
amination of tho question of tho
study of tho Scriptures, having do
voted his inquir3' especiall3 to tho
diverse opinions of savants on great
biblical question?. Ho will write to
the Bishops, requesting, thoin to en
join upon their Hocks a moro pro
found stud3' of tho Scriptures.
A London despatch sa3's cholera
probably exists iu a largor number
of towns in Europe to-day than
whon the epidemic was at its hoight
in Hamburg last Soptombor.
Tho importation of arms and am
munition into Irolaud is limited by
an order of Baron Houghton, Lord
Two aoronauts have been killed in
balloon ascensions ono iu Franco
and ono in Italy.
Tho French Government has
apologized to Count Muenstor, tho
Gorman Ambassador, for tho deten
tion of letters written by Kurtz to
tho German ombassy and consulate
while ho was impruoiied on sus
picion at Rouen.
Tho rebels aro said to havo been
beaten at tho capital of Honduras.
Peru is in a formout all over. Ad
horonts of Piorola, tho ox-dictator,
aro increasing iu number ami bold
ness. Rioting is prevalent in many
Japan has seized tho Polow
Islands, a group in the North Pa
cific claimed by Spain, l."0 miles east
of tho Philippine Islands, at tho
western extremity of the Carolines.
There is much excitement in Madrid
over the seizure. Tho Governor of
tho Philippines has cabled for rein
forcements. Tho steamer Empress of Japan,
after a very rapid passage from
Yokohama, arrived at Victoria with
two Chinese sick of small-pox on
board, and two moro cases develop
ing. Ex-Prosidont Manuel Gonzales of
Mexico is doad.
Osman Digna, the Dorvish loador,
has mado another raid in Upper
Eirvpt. He directed his incursion
I toward Tokar, but was repulsed by
I the Egyptian cavalry, who pursued
his forces and killed twelve dervishes.
C -SU 3Bfl ill &9D
John IF. Jonca
" Of my own free will mid accord, unbtascd by
tnyono, and wishing only to do gonrt to tlio
afflicted, I vrlsh ts toll of tho good qu.ditlci of
flood's Sarsapnrllla anil Hood's 1'IIU. I think
thero aro no medicines equal to them, and hate
firoved their mcilt by experience In ny own
amlly. My wife, ltachel. has been anliclcd
wibu ncaKimsi. llU,tUU1lli;3l llll.l BUI. ..111..,,, m
spent nearly nil that Mind of this w 01 Id's Roods
for doctor's bills nnd wciilclno until w 0 decided
to try Hood's S.usaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Cravo.
The salt rheum has entirely healed and she Is
restored 10 Rood hrnlih. I Invo many
friends and relatives In tlio cast who will bo
glad to know that
Hood's Sarsapar ilia
WUO." JOHN W. JOVKS,
N. S. SACHS
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Interest, Rents, etc.
Endowments nnd Annuities
Dividends, Purohisud Insurances,
Total to Policy-holders,
New Policies Issued ......
New Insurance Written.
CONDITION JAN. 1, 18)3.
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Surplus 1 ('1,804,048.10
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
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Increase in Benefits to Policy-holders $ 1,323,521.45
Increase in Assets 1 1,551,008.18
Increase in Surplus 1,(51)3,024.70
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Sevan Tins and a Bottle Captured
on the Nuuanu Road.
I Cnnlnin Max Scliloinmorand Cap-
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t Niiiinuu Valley this liioniingbotwooii
, 5 and (5 oVIock. Whon near tlio En
tornrisu Dairv. above tlio Elootric
I Light Station, Captain .Suhluinmor
noticed two PiiHpioiaiiH-lookiug
I Gliinainon on thoir way to Koolau.
Ho halted thoin and on searching
ono found sovon tins of opium and a
bottlo containing opium pillH. Whon
i tho Chinamen found thoy woro
uatight, thoy inndo ovorturoH to tho
polico for thoir roloaso. Thoy offer
ed miiiio money and a watch to tho
ofiicor.1 as a bribo, promising to give
thorn Sit) moro bv-and-bvo. Tho of
ficers look tho money and tho watch,
also tho Cinnamon, bringing thorn
to tho Police Station.
Tlio mon had no doubt bum to
mirchaso tho oiiinm and
Thu uniluriiuneil uro iircpnruil to givo in
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