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THE BAM BULLETIN. LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1893.
Judge Cooloy has spokou of
suggestion oi miuonty rulo as "a
monstrous proposition." It is no
treod at tho sauio timo that loaders
of tho domooraoy are urging tho
exhibition of minority domination
iu the Senate as an argument for
tho direct popular election of Sen
ators. This is a change in tho Amer
ican polity which may bo safely
predicted to take place in the near
Elsewhere will bo found tho latest
Washington conjectures on tho Ha
waiian situation. Its only value is
to show how thoroughly President
Cleveland and his administration
have kept tho secret of their delibe
ration on tho question of Hawaii.
We have positive information in Ho
nolulu that is a direct contradiction
to a portion of the press despatch
copied iu this issue from the Chron
icle. That is, unless tho instructions
to Minister Willis include his in
shtaueo on a vote being taken of the
Hawaiian electorate for tho further
information of tho United States
Several Days After Last Steamer
from San Francisco,
Washington Conjectures on Ihe Hawaiian
Congress Adjournod Auti-Ohlneso
Mill Passed Silver Repeal Bill
Signed--Mow Silver Coinage Bill
By tho barkeutiuo Irmgard from
San Francisco, Nov. f, news is re
ceived a week later than that
brought by tho sloamer Australia.
Itolow will bo found a complete sum
mary of the must interesting intelli
gonce. SITUATION IN HAWAII.
No Information Will Bo Given, to the
Public on the Matter.
Dr. J. II. Fintrock, a prominent
physician, was found dead iu his
bed at Boise City, Idaho. Ho had
boon dead for several days. Physi
cians think ho died of rinonloxy. Dr?
Finfrock served with distinction
during tho civil war.
Tho Boston team defeated tho
Oakland team at baseball at Sau
Jose, by W to J. runs.
In view of
Harry 1. Willoy
Pacific Bank, th
the appointment of
ho Examiner gives his
Foreign Jury Calendar Batch of
The foreign jury criminal calendar
was begun this moruing. Nolle pro
sequi: were entered in the following
cases: Ah Youug, gambling; G. C.
Keuvon. libel; Gabriol, Honor sell
ing; Ah Mun. opium; Pong On and
Ah Koe, larceny.
' Tarn Sing's appeal for heedless
driving is dismissed.
Ah Foo engages to pay his line for
Walter G. Smith, for alleged libel
on Clans Spreckels, has his case
passed until Mr. Hartwoll, his coun
sel, returns from tho Coast.
Heading of indictment in the libel
case against J. M. Vivas and J. M.
Teixeira is waived, aud a deinurrei
will be heard on Tuesday.
The liquor case against J. Sher
wood is continued till Wednesday
owing to defendant's illuess.
Judge Whiting will hear the civil
case of T. K. K. Anialu vs. Kona
Coffee fc Fruit Co. on Wednesday.
Provisional Government vs. Henry
Welch. Heedless driving. Thi is
the case of collision between troop0
and a street car. It went to trial
this forenoon before the following
foreign jury: W. G. Brash, J. M.
Angus, T. F. Lansing, Fred Harri
son. Geo. Dillingham, T. Krouse,
J. M. Webb, W. D. Alexander, Jr.,
C. W. Macfarlaue, T. A. Lloyd, H.
von Holt aud C. IT. Khu-gel. Eight
or nine witnesses had been called
by the piosecutiou by 2:45
o'clock, when it rested. Mr.
Paul Neumann for the defendant
moved for a discharge before ho
$; ehonld put on any defense. The
public had rights to the public
streets, which the soldiers could not
over-ride. Ho did not think there
was evidence of furious and heed
less driving iu tho case.
Deputy Marshal Brown opposed
, the motion. Ho admitted that the
tramways company had a right to
the streets, but denied that there
was no furious driving by the de
fendant. J udo Cooper overruled the mo
tion, and tho defense was proceeded
Mrs. Mills was tho first witness
and testified to having seen the inci
dent in question on Nuuauu street,
heard the car bell ring and the
driver call out for tho soldiers to got
off the track, as his time was limited,
and saw a soldier place a revolver at
the car team as he cried out "Halt!"
to the driver.
G. D. Freoth was called next. The
case was still on at 3 o'clock.
Christina Gillilaud, guardian of
Charles, Angela and Hosalio Gilli
laud, minors, has filed an inventory
of the property, sliowiug it to be of
the value of $3750.
Judge Whiting has granted a con
tinuance of the Sutherland divorce
case till next term.
The Harrison divorce case is
uuder advisement after hearing.
DEATH OF M. O0X.DBERO.
The Wellknown Honolulu Clothier
Dies in San Francisco.
Mr. Levison, manager of M. Gold
berg's store, received a letter from
his brother by tho barkeutine Jrin-.;.-,
gard, stating that Mr. Goldberg
Jaff died in San Fraucisco on Thurhday
morning, Nov. '2d. Mr. Goldberg
left hero several mouths ago for tho
purpose of recuperating his health,
being at the time troubled with
spiual meningitis. Change of climate
seemed to have improved him im
mensely and ho was on the road to
recovery of his wonted health. On
Wednesday evening, Nov. 1st, Mr.
Goldberg left his apartment and
took a stroll down town to buy a now
hat. After roturniug ho retired to his
couch telling his attendant (Mr.
Levison; to wake him upuurly in tho
morning, as he intended going out.
Mr. Levison went into Mr. Gold
burg's room early aud shook that
gentleman, but failed to get a ro
spoiibe. A light was brought in
and tho sad discovery was made that
Air. Goldberg was no more. He
had been dead about an hour.
Air. Goldberg was well known
here through his large business and
long residence, having been a resi
dent for many years iu fact Hono
lulu was his home, He was born in
Germany, and served in tho Franco
Prussian war, and at his death was
t forty-tlireo yoars of ago. Tho store
was closed to-day out of respect to
P? No. .'I of the "Hawaiian Missing
Link" has been received. It contains
notes on Laytmu Island, story of the
Miowora wreok aud other interesting
Washington, Nov. 3. Tho Presi
dent did not send t he Hawaiian cor
respondence to Congress before
adjournment, aud nothing will be
given to the public regarding tho
policy of the Administration or tho
instructions to Minister Willis until
Congress reconvenes, when tho whole
matter will be laid before tho Senate
and House, supplemented by a largo
amount of lnlormation which Air.
Willis will in tho nieautiino gather
aud forward to the State Depart
ment. Evidence is cropping out daily to
show that Miuister Blouut's mission
as special commissioner was not al
together successful or satisfactory
to the Administration, and that
much later data will be required be
fore tho President can send any re
commendations to Cougress for
action on this important question
It is possible that intimation will
bo given the Provisional Govern
ment by Miuis.ter Willis that tho
President will not authorize nego
tiations of friendship aud commerce
with tho Government do facto until
that Government shall have been
ratified by a popular election.
The question of annexation is
practically out of the way, and even
tho members of tho Provisional Gov
ernment appear to realize the fact
and are striving for the strongest
kind of a protectorate.
Minister Willis is instructed to
follow tho general principle of non
interference, unless it niay be neces
sary to take action to prevent for
eign intervention, in tins matter,
as in all others, he has been granted
the fullest discretion. S.-F. Chroni
cle, Xor. .'.
MA1TERS IN CONdUESS.
All business before the Banking
and Currency Committee of the
House has been postponed to De
The McCreary substitute for tho
Geary Chinese restriction law pass
ed the Senate at a late hour Nov. 2.
It passed exactly as it came from the
House. All of the amendments that
tho Pacific Coast people succeeded
iu attaching to the bill iu tho lower
branch slipped through without any
threat amount of friction.
The resolution for a final adjourn
ment at '.i o'clock the following day
passed tho House by a vole of 1154 to
M5 on Nov. 2.
Wilson, chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee, asked unanimous
consent for consideration of a reso
lution to permit tho committee to
sit during adjournment aud file
with reports any bills, and provid
ing if filed such bills and reports
shall be mailed to each member.
Reed objected, explaining that the
minority should have a fair aud
decent opportunity to examine and
prepare a minority report on a bill
of such importance as a tariff bill
before its presentation.
After further discussion, in which
Wilson invited every Republican
member of the committee to come
to tho committee room aud see what
was going on, a vote was taken.
Tho Kopublicaus refused to answer
to their names and there was not a
quorum, the yeas being 1(17 and
Wilson next moved a call oi the
House, which carried with instruc
tions to the Sorgoaut-at-Arms to ar
rest absentees. After a wait of sev
eral hours for absentees, at 7:40
Wilson moved to dispense with
further proceedings under the call.
Tho vote resulted 9 to 150, aud
upon the announcement Reed arose
offered a compromise. Ho offered a
counter proposition to amend the
resolution so as to permit the chair
man to file the tariff bill with the
understanding that reports thereon
shall bo filed not later than ton
days. This proposition Wilson ac
cepted, provided the word "tariff"
before "bill" bo changed to "reve
nue." Thus the controversy was
At .'1:15 Executive Clerk Pruden
announced tho President's approval
of the Silver Kopeal bill.
Senator Stewart came promptly
to tho front oil the 2d iust. with a
bill for the free coinage of silver,
thus confirming his statement made
in the Senate that the fight for
silver is to bo continued. Tho bill
prescribes tho weight of silver coins,
which are to be issued upon the
basis of a ratio of Hi to 1. Uuder
the provisions of tho bill tho holders
of silver bullion can deposit it at
the .Mint and receive iu exchange
silver dollars or t roasury notes, these
notes to ho redeemable iu silver coin
only, which is a change from the
usual form that required their re
demption iu either silver or gold,
mum roAsr m:ii.s.
A street car at Portland, Oregon,
wont through an open drawbridge,
Six bodioH have been recovered and
only two are mining of the victims,
record, allowing that his crooked
work cost the treasury many thou
sands of dollars, recounting several
uglv jobs in which ho has figured,
and slating that President Clove
land rofusod to appoint him to of
fice on account of his character.
Willey has since been rolioved un
der a decree of Judge Hebbard, and
tho Bank Commissioners will wind
up tho bank.
A cabin ear on tho comet orv
brauch of the Consolidated Pied
mont Cable Co., Oakland, was hold
up by three highwaymen late at
night. They beat tho conductor
into insensibility but only got $8
out of his pockets.
Judge Ogdon refused to exclude
reporters from the Webb divorce
suit ou trial at Oakland, basing his
refusal on the Supremo Court deci
sion iu tho Shortridgo contempt
Colonel J. Hampton Hogo of Roa
noke, Virginia, who was appointed
U. S. Consul at Amoy, China, did
not leave for his post by tho S. S.
Gaelic as ho inteuded. Ho was driuk-
mg heavily ou the way out, ana Airs.
Hughes, a prohibitionist and wife of
the Governor of Arizoua, saw his
condition and reported to her hus
band, who forwarded a protest to
Prosidont Cleveland, which it is said
has resulted iu Col. Hoge's recall.
Another report says ho was stopped
to pay a tailor's bill in Chicago.
Drs. Strasmau and Authau, and
Mrs. Johnson aud Mrs. Bernard
are under arrest in San Francisco
for transmit ting immoral matter
through the mails.
PLANS OP IWKNELLITKS.
John Redmond has replied ou be
half of tho Parnollites to criticisms
published through, the Associated
Press by T. P. O'Connor, President
of tho Irish National League of
Great Britain. Ho says the Paruel
lites are willing to support the Lib
erals as long as they remain true to
thoir pledges to Ireland, but are ab
solutely independent, and mean to
let them know that iu paltering
with home rulo they convert tho
Paruellitos from supporters into op
ponents. It is not the intention of
the Paruellitos to throw Gladstone
out of power and restore Salisbury.
What they intend is to give the pres
ent Government to understand that
its existence depends ou Irish votes,
and that tho price to be paid there
for is adherence to its pledges on
the question of home rulo. Red
mond declares that if the Newcastle
program is carried out home rule
will not come up again in five or six
years. This might relegate tho
cause to the mercy of someone un
friendly or less able to effect his de
sires than Gladstone. If tho Par
uellitos can have assurance that tho
dissolution of the Parliament will
take place at tho end of 189-1, they
will bo content to help purely Brit
ish measures during all the next
OFFENDED A DIPLOMAT.
Among the spectators at the
Gaiety Theatre, London, to see "Don
Juan" played the other night was
the Turkish Ambassador to Great
Britain. One of the characters in
the play was tho Sultau of Turkey.
When the Sultau was represented as
an old man keen iu his pursuit of
female slaves, the Ambassador loft
the theatre in high dudgeon. He at
once sent a note to Lord Rosebery,
the foreign minister, aud to the Lord
Chamberlain, the latter official be
ing empowered to act as censor of
plays produced in England. Apolo
gies were tendered to the irate Am
bassador, and the Chamberlain is
sued an order that tho burlesque
be suppressed unless tho character
of the Sultan of Tiirko- wsa eli
minated. The manager promised to
obey the order, but a representative
of the Lord Chamberlain was pres
ent next evening, notwithstanding,
to stop tho phvy if the order was
Hon. George Syines, ox-Congressman,
one of Colorado's pioneers and
one of Dener's most prominent aud
wealthy citizens, has committed sui
cide. The Loudon correspondent of the
Now York Times gives a theory that
Do Mollo's rebellion in Brazil had
for its object tho restoration of tho
monarchy under a Bourbon dynasty.
Tho conference between the inine
ownors and striking miners' repre
sentatives iu England has failed to
reach.au agreement aud tho great
strike will be continued.
A stay of proceedings has boon
granted in Jennie Mitchell's breach
of promise suit against tho Sultan
of Johore, iu a Loudon court, on
the Sultan's plea that he was an in
dependent sovereign and did not
come uuder the jurisdiction of the
thirty-four. It is said the flames
wore" started by au oxplo'ion aud,
catching 400 hogsheads of rum,
burst through tho hatches. Tho
City of Alexandria was an iron screw
stoainor of 2480 tous, being ouo of
tho fastest aud largest of tho Ameri
can ships iu tho Wost India trado.
Sho wos built by John Roach &
Sons at Choster, Pa., in 1879.
THE MATABEI.E WAI1.
Despatches from Capo Town an
nounce that , there have been doily
skirmishes botween the colonists
and tho Matabolos, aud that-tho
total lossos were uo loss than 8000
wounded aud killed. Additional
despatches say it is probable that
thoro will bo another desperate fight
near Buluwayo, to which King Lo
DUlJUIil IS Willi IU UU RUUUlluy HllU
all the Matabolos who remain faith
ful to him
It is bolioved Labouchore will
bring tho war before Parliament, as
there is a fooling of disgust in Eng
land over tho frightful slaughter of
au army of brave men dofondiug thoir
own territory. The matter may
cause tho upset of tho Ministry.
rASSENUEIt RATE WAIt.
Owing to tho attitude assumed by
the Union Pacific, a passenger rate
war iu tho West cannot bo staved
off much longer. The fact that the
Union Pacific is iu tho hands of re
ceivers makes it bold to assume an
aggressive position toward its com
petitors. It has come to the conclu
sion that rates must be brought
down to a figure below which the
Canadian Pacific canuot go, to force
that lino to accept tho same rates as
are made by competing lines. All
western roads aro greatly alarmed
over the situation, feeling that a
great loss of roveuuo will be the
consequence of the attituto of the
UOUSE OF COMMONS REASSE.M11LUS.
The House of Commons reassem
bled Nov. 2 with a slim attendance.
Right Hon. Henry Fowler, President
of tho Local Government Board,
amid cheers from the Liberal
benches, movei the socond reading
of tho England aud Wales Local
Goverumont bill. While Fowler was
speaking Gladstone, looking bright
aud well, entered the House and
was received with enthusiastic
Hawaii Harflware Co., L'ft
l-ACINO CHAMPION DEFEATED.
At Fleetwood Park, New York, on
the 2d inst., the wonderful black
trottiug stallion Directum defeated
the pacing champion, Mascot, in
three straight heats. The time was
2:10, 2:04:J and 2:081 respectively.
Directum won with apparently as
little effort as if he were taking au
afternoon spin down the road, aud
Mascot was driven hard in vain to
MAY MAKE TROUIII.E.
A Paris despatch says a frontier
incident occurred near Saint Die, iu
the Department of the Nosges, that
is likely to cause strained relations
in sumo quarters until the matter is
satisfactorily settled. November 1
a German forest guard killed two
French poachers whom he found on
the territorj' annexed to Germany
as a result of the war of 1870-71 .
A WAR .SQtlELCIIED.
A desultory war for a long timo
carried on between two factions at
Tutuila, Samoa, each calling the
other rebels, has been suppressed by
the British warship Iva'oomba and
the German warship Sperber. The
leaders were taken to Apia to stand
their trial for the deaths they had
mayor Harrison's mcrderer.
Patrick Eugene John Prondorgast
was arraigned before Judge llortoii
iu Chicago ou the 2d inst. for the
murder f Mayor Carter Harrisou.
The trembling wretch, in tones that
could scarcely be heard five feet
awa-, pleaded "Not guilty."
A MYSTERY CLEARED UP.
The Examiner takes nearly a patre
to prove that Henry Platiz, manager
of tho Fredericksburg brewery, San
Fraucisco, who was found hanging
to a tree a year ago, committed sui
cide aud was not the victim of any
body else's foul play.
BREAKS THE OCEAN RECORD.
The Cunard Hue steamer Campa
nia, which left Now York Oct. 28 at
.';49 a. m., arrived off Browhoad at
11:05 p. m. Nov. 2, making tho pas
sago iu 5 days 9 hours .'50 minutes,
breakiug all previous records.
FATAL BOILER EXPLOSION.
Six persons wore killed, a dozen
injured, aud damage to property of
.?10,000 caused, by a boiler explosiou
iu a street railway stable iu New
A stoainor partly laden with dyna
mite took fire the night before Nov. 4
at Santander, Spain. People attract
ed by tho Uatnos precipitately took
flight when they learned tho danger
ous character of part of tho cargo.
Many remained to fight the flames
among others it is said tho gover
nor of tho province and wore over
taken by a stupendous explosiou.
Buildings about the dock were shat
tered and the town was sot on lire.
It was feared tho whole city would
be destroyed and 45,000 people made
homeless. Private telegrams say
that over one thousand people met
death by lire aud oxplosion. A
tratiH-Atlautie stoainor was burned
and forty of her crew perished.
STEAMSHIP lll'IINKI) AND TIIIRTV-FOl'R
The steamship City of Alexandria,
belonging to the Nuw York ami
Cuba Steamship Company, from
Havana mid .Mntanas for Now
York, has been burned off Cojlmar,
within' twenty-live miles of Havana,
entailing a loan of life estimated at
For Thanksgiving, Xmas
AND NEW YEAR !
Large Fat Cornfed Turkeys!
- Inquire of
C W. MACFARLANE.
519 FORT STREET.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19th.
Opening Day for Xmas Goods !
LIU FORT STUISKT.
Saturday, Nov. 18, 1398.
If newspapers can make
things lively no one can com
plain of dull times now. Last
Tuesday we had the largest
days' business since the store
was nrst opened and as our
sales have been uniformly
large from the beginning this
means something. Just how
trade will be affected by the
"contingency" that has arisen
is hard to tell, but the impres
sion among business men is
that it's going to "drap." It
is unfortunate that anything
should have occurred to delay
the settlement of affairs be
cause a settlement is what is
wanted to restore confidence
abroad as well as at home.
No matter upon which side of
the fence the pear drops one
political faction is going to be
disappointed. It is not prob
able that the policy of Mr.
Cleveland is such that both
sides will be satisfied and as
one is to be happy, the other
not, it is unfortunate that the
strain upon the public mind is
to continue for several weeks.
In the meanwhile our lives and
property, and we trust our
minds, are to be protected
from seen or unforeseen foes.
An assurance which the peo
ple will receive with joy, par
ticularly when it is considered
that the men on both sides
have been so mild in their
arguments that there has not
been even a bloodied nose as
the result of the revolution.
When we mentioned mud
last week in connection witli
mats, we had no idea that the
rain would continue falling to
such an extent that there
would be a big sale of Hart
mann steel mats. Mud makes
the demand and the more mud
the greater th". demand. For
tunately our stock of wire
mats as well as cocoa mats is
large enough to meet all de
Cleanliness is next to soap.
We handle Colgates, best qua
lity toilet soap and sell it at
prices which make other deal
ers blush first and then turn
green with envy. Blush be
cause of their assurance in
asking such high prices and
turn green at the way our
stock meets the approval of
our customers. Have you ever
tried Colgates cashmere bou
quet? Ten tons of wire shipped
last Tuesday to people who in
tend building locked fences and
save money. Two good things
they wanted and knew where
to get them wire and stays.
Of course among people who
are not particular as to econ
omy in anything the old fash
ioned post and wire fence is
good enough. It increases
the sales of the man who deals
in posts as well as he who sells
wires. Our only surprise is
that such philanthropists don't
import nails so they can make
post and rail fences such as are
used in the efiete East. It's a
good way to get rid of money.
But if you want to save, and
the stringency in the financial
market warrants everyone
keeping his hand upon his
purse, a locked fence is as
good as a savings fund.
While the weather is bad
for painting the cloudy day is
a good one on which to con
template the colors you will
use in painting your house.
We have color cards which we
will be pleased to send you,
illustrating the shades of the
Hendry ready mixed paints.
You already know that these
paints cover more space than
any other brand of prepared
paint, and we assure you that
their brilliancy will outlast all
others, If, when you open a
can, you find it unsatisfactory,
send it back and we will re
fund your money. We guar
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oorner Fort Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT I AM
Great - Many Specialties
.A.T OTJT PRICES!
Extra "Value in Ladies' Blouses
A.T1 COe., OCc. a.n.d. OOc.
A Full Line of India Silk ;
IN AM, OOI.OHH
A.T CO CE1TT
Extra Value iu Boys' Waists
WHITK AND COLORED.
Al.n FIFTY U07.SNS
Flannellette Boys' Waists
NEW NOVELTIES IN
WIiIIb Hemstitched at Co.
Colored Bordeied ut 5c.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black Silk Hose
at jci.eo -a. s'A.ias.
$lC.OO -A- DOSEW.
EXTRA VAM1K in
Corsets and Corset Waists
My $1.00 Corbet can't be bent.
SPECIAL LOW PK1QKS IN
and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
ANIl A KUU. LINK OF
House Furnishing Goods
1 am offering at BED ROOK PRICES.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE AND NEW
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
Boys' and Children's Clothing
..Boys' Knee Pants
AT e S CE2TTS.
PLKASR Al.SC) RKMKMBRK THAT I CAttllY A
XjJl:rc3-:e - stock
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes !
WHICH I AM
r I INVITE IlSTSFESOTIOlSr i
S . U 3HE JtrC X-j X G ZEX
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Honolulu, H. I.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
MAKERS IN PARIS, A LARGE
Those French Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their Exckm.knx'e ok Finish and Dukability,
and cost you xo moke than the ill-made
5SS "EPort Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0iiou!U) HpreokelB1 lllixik,
807 FOK'f STHBliT.
i.ctv:e!toy &, co,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
KOK THE SALE OK
C. - Carpy & Co. 's Very Superior California Wines,
From "Unvlr Sam" Wine Cfllart, Nupu C'y.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
.Van Jour, Gal., U. S, A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
A merica'u Fiwut Production, Jiioh and Mellotv,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Uf liable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The Prince of Summer Drink.
These Clouds uro Uuarunlnvil Klrat-cluaa In tfverv resuect
uIb tv Very Huiuoutilik' i'rlcov.
are ollureJ (or
Mutual Tklkpuonk BOtt-
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