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THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY 11, 1895.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Frasoisto, Jan 25.
for Parkctitiiie I'latiter
The new cruiser Olympin goes into
comuiissiou ou February 1. It is ex
pouted that Admiral Beardsleo will
shortly return from Honolulu and
hoist his llag ou tho Olympia.
Maud Baliington Booth is heading
a moral reform movement in Chi
cago. George E. St. John. President of
tho Goriuau-Amorican Bank at Fort
fllintnu. nliin nnintnit inrl oiiiniitn lir
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shooting in jail at Fort Clinton,
while awaiting seuteuco, within one
hour after being convicted for forg-1
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John S. Miutor, thought to bo the ,
last survivor in California of tho
first expedition across the country
under General John U. Fremont, i
died yestorday at Old San Diego, '
aged seventy years. He was a native
of Kentucky. I
The U. S. cruiser Boston, repair-1
ing at Maro Island, will not be '
ready for bor trial trip before nu-'
other month. Tho Bennington is '
about ready for sea. '
Masked robbors entered the ex
press offieo at Sugarlane, Tox., i
Wednesday night, took S1500 from
the safe and made a safe escape.
The striking shoemakers at Haver-1
hill, Mass., signed an agreement on
Thursday to submit to arbitration,
aud an early end to the trouble is '
The Moudola Coal aud( Mining j
Company of Missouri, its minors ami
employees, have sent to the No- '
braska sufferers a train of coal, con
sisting of thirteen cars.
R. M. McChinn, a newspaper or
respondeut, was killed by Judgo
Harry Mastersou at Ba.oria, Tex., i
Thursday. Ho had appeared as a j
witness iu a suit against Masterson. i
Fire destroyed the fashiouablo
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iioaruiiig-npuso pi irai. lisoil at
Chicago, I bursday. i'orty inmates i
were in uod wnen i no maze started,
and a number had to be taken from
the third story by firemen.
In the House of the Maine Legis
lature Ropri'Sdntativo Bartlott ou
Thursday introduceil a bill to offer
a standiiig reward of $oO to oaeh per-'
son who, after taking the Koeley j
euro romains sober twelve months.
Tho Illinois Undertakers' Convon- !
lion, iu sosiou at Chicago, have de
cided iu favor of making funerals
less expensive iu tho matter of flow
ers ami carriage hire aud abolishing
the custom of showing the romains '
after the service.
Tho men implicated in tho wreck-1
mg of the American Casualty Insur- ,
.nice ;iim oucuriiy uompaiij' win
liave to stand trial iu a criminal
court, indictments having been
found against them. The com
pany's liabilities exceeded tho assets
George C. Perkins has been re
elected Senator at Washington for
Governor Budd of California has
appointed William M. Hintou as
Tho Attorney-General of Califor
nia is instructed by a resolution of
the Legislature to appoint a non
partisan commission for investiga
tion of police and election frauds iu
Eugene V. Debs aud fifteen others
are on trial iu Chicago for obstruct
ing tho mails last summer. They
vrn tnlcen fmm fail mid rt1nntnd nn
Jl-OOU bail bonds, liench
jww ban uonus. uoncu warrants
were issued for a number of other
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sinco. Tho output oi sugar is larger
thau any season boforo, as tho acro
ago of boots was larger.
Impuro hydrant water has causod
the spread of sickness resembling
winter cholera at Lorain, Ohio.
W. W. Taylor, tho defaulting
Treasurer of South Dakota, is said
to bo located near Crawfordsvillo,
Secretary Grosham has submitted
to Congress au estimate for an ap
propriation of $0000 for tho oxocu
tion of tho obligations of tho United
States aud the protection of its in
terests and property iu tho Samoau
THE BROOKLYN .STRIKE.
Judge Gayuor has rendered a de
cision, of which ho will graut a
mandamus form to bo dotoriniuod
on argument, on tho stopping of
street cars. It is iu olToct to compel
tho Brooklyn Heights Railroad to
oporato its cars in sufllciont num
bers to accommodate tho public
Tho decision says tho company owes
a duty to its stockholders, aud if it
cannot got men to operate the cars
for tho wages offered it must pay
Thomas Cnrnoy, a young roofor
shot Woduosday afternoon by a
member of tho advance guard of
the Thirteenth Regiment, died early
Thursday morning. Eyewitnesses
of tho shooting avor that it was
utterly unprovoked. Up to tho
time it took placo the resistance
offered to tho soldiers consisted in
tho throwing of one bottle. This
was tho second man killed by tho
soldiers sinco tho strike began in
More trouble occurred yesterday
in the attempt to run cars. A man
was shot through tho hand by a
policeman. Whilo a woman was
washing the front windows of her
flat, tho soldiors told her to go in
side. She did not understand tho
order aud failod to obey it, when a
shot was fired in her direction which
broke an adjoining window, aud tho
woman leaped into tho room aud
closed tho windew.
more was a ri
8tr0et and Third
There was a riot nt Twonty-fifth
avenuo. A crowd
collected aud jeered tho soldiors
who woro there under arms. The
mob continued increasing until noon,
whou a stono wasj hurlod by one of
tho crowd, striking a policeman.
This was followed by several others
and then the police and militia
charged. Tho mob rushed along tho
avenue and into the side streets
Mauy of them received bayonet
thrusts from tho militiamon, while
tho clubs of the police were used
with telling effect ou tho heads of
The police arrested John Tigh,
Charles Burke aud Stephen Ganuou.
Whou conveying them to tho station
the crowd attacked tho officers and
tried to rescue the prisoners. Aftor
a desperate conflict, duriug which
moro btones were thrown aud blows
struck ou both sides, the throe stone
throwers woro locked up.
The most serious attempt to pro
vent tho running of cars over tho
Third-avenue lino was niado at Sixty
fifth street and Third-avenue, where
a plot to burn out the dynamos iu
the depot was nearly successful. It
mo uuuuk nni uvuu auuuuaaiui. x,
was ovdeutlv the work of sk od .
electricians. The wiros were cut and
guy ropes woro attached to them, by
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which tnoy were drawn down and
grounded on tho posts of the ele
vated road. I ho scheme, however,
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,vas discovered in Mm,, (- friutrat.
Iu 8)ito of ali tho tliaadVantages
thrt.0 moro Um;s w opened, and
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number of cars ruu. But the ser
vice on all the opened lines is ex
tremely irregular and only a few
passengers woro carried. Aftor 8
o'clock p. in. tho Fifth-avenue lino
alouo had cars in motion. Tho last
car wai at 10:30 o'clock.
The strike is still on, and the two
most easily calculated items of ex
pense have reached these figures:
For militia, 75,000; for losses to tho
companies iu passenger traflic,?2.:0,
000. Tho trolley companies will sue
lor this loss.
aturo worthy of uoto is tho ,
coutiuued aud most generous inflow
of money and provisions to the strik
ers, tho willingness of the butcher ,
aud grocor to trust them and tho
forbearance of tho landlord.
Several accidents have happened
through tho employment of ineffi
Eugene V. Debs, who led tho great '
railroad strike at Chicago a year ago, ,
aud whoso trial for conspiracy in ,
that affair has boon begun there, was
questioned by a correspondent con
cerning tho Brooklyn strike. Dobs
declared ho had received a number
of letters of individuals iu that city
asking his immediate preseuco.
"I cautioned them before tho strike
began uot to commence it," said Mr.
Debs. "I boliove the men are right
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ii everything lor which thoy ask, but
II, in tho dark, ran up against fixed
bayonets I will not know ugly do so
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agaiu. i know mat uayonets wouiu
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ijuumiu wuum iibu up nuu exciaiui;
1 'WoVo got to stop this thing.' These
i aro tho reasons whv 1 advised tho
pooplo down there not to strike."
RErORll MOVEMENT IN CALIFORNIA.
This is apt to be a session of start
ling exposures in tho matter of ex
penditures on public institutions,
says tho latest dospatch from Sacra
mento, Led by Governor Budd and
Attorney Gonoral Fitzgorald, tho
committees on retrenchment aud tho
Stato Board of Examiuors aro begin
ning to probo ovorywhoro, and thoy
have already uncovered enough to
make them suspect a great deal
"It has been a case of 'grab' ovory
whoro," said tho Governor this after
noon. "It is astonishing tho way
tho monoy has been wasted. Any of
the other Stato offioials who has
looked iuto tho matter at all will toll
you the samo thing."
One of tho measures which the
Governor and tho other roformors
tho Stato Board of Examiners power
to investigate all publio institutions,
and providing for tho oxpousos of
the investigation. Under this it is
expected to cutoff tho barnacles and
bring tho institutions down to a
business basis. Another measure
provides that all tho contingent
fu ids of tho institutions shall go in
to tho Stato Treasury.
State aid to indlgonts is to bo
stopped. Tho law providing for this
Stato aid was passed years ago. The
counties paid little attention to it
for a time. Then schemers went
about working up tho matter in tho
various counties and getting back
pay from tho Stato for a contingent
fee. Millions of dollars have thus
been taken from tho Stato Treasury.
Tho Assotnbly has a sploudid Com
mittee on Retrenchment, with Phelps
at the head of it. Phelps was per
mitted to select his own committee,
anil ho picked the known reformers.
In the Senate Seymour is chair
man of the committees, and ho do
clares that ho is now tho "king of tho
reformers." So far both eommitteos
seem to be iu ontiro harmony with
liudd aud litzgoraul, and something 4
noiauiosnouid come iromineir worn,
NIOARAOL'A CANAL niLL.
Tho vote on tho Nicaragua bill
will be taljon up iu tho Senate at 5
o'clock this afternoon unless some
unexpected parliamentary obstruc
tiou is interposed. In view of tho
speedy culmination nf tho long do
uaiP, mere Wiisiiuueu iiuorosi.
day iu tho speeches, and
speculation on tho outcome
long struggle. Mr. YYliuo spoko in
advocacy of tho bill. Mr. Morgan,
iu charge of tho measure, will close
the debate to-day.
1 Mr. Morgau is confidout ho has a
majority iu favor of tho bill. There
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luauib miii uu. xiiuio una ueuu
vigorous and bitter opposition to tho
bill and Mr. Turpie, who has led the
opposition, is not yet ready to con
cedothat tho bill will pass.
Pritchard was sworn in duriug the
da'. Tho session closod with tho
rapid passago of twouty-ono pension
81'OAR TRUST WINS.
Tho United States Supremo Court
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rl T twk I :iritnt I 'inpt in Mm nmn. rW
of tho Circuit Court iu the cao of
i the United States vs. tho E. C.
Knight Company. The Government
sought to compel a return of the
stock of the Knight Company sold
1 to tho American Sugar Refining
Company. Tho Court said that tho
I contract of sale was not a restriction
of inter-stato commerce aud did uot
como within rlie tonus of tho Sher
man anti-trust law. Tho judgmonl
was against the Uuitod States.
Justico Harlan disseutod.
President Henry Havomoyer nnd
Secretary John W. Soarlos of tho
American Sugar Refining Compauy
and Brokers Allon W. Seymour of
Now York nnd John W. McCartney
of this city woro arraiirnod. through
their counsel, iu the District Court.
Counsel ontored pleas of uot guilty.
THE NEWEST FINANCIAL TLAN.
The details of the amouded finan
cial plau which Springer and Cox
, and others of the Banking Commit
tee aro discussing with Secretary
Carlislo have boon disclosed. The
, most radical feature of tho now pro
positiou is that for tho coiuago of
silver. It contemplates tho cancela
tion of tho Sherman notes when re
ceived at tho Treasury and tho issuo
of Bilver certificates iu denomina
tions of $1, $2 and 43 or of silver
dollars if tho recoivors prefer. To
back these silver certificates it is
proposed to coin all the bullion in
I rho Treasury, which, including $.71,
i 000,000 seigniorage, amounts to $181,
1 000,000. It is calculated not more
than $10,000,000 cau bo coined in a
CHEAP FARES TO ALAaKA.
Tho Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pauy has cut rates irom tho bound
to Alaskau points, first-class faro be
iUg roducod from $r2 to $20, and
i second class $30 to 10 This was
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caused by tho prospective ostablish-
meut of a now steamship lino to
Alaska, March 1, in connection with
tho .Northern I'aeiue
I ' RetSSg steambc
Roturniug stearaboatmon say that
thore is no work in Alaska, and that
workmon should not go thore unless
they havo money onough to push on
to tho gold fields up tho Yukon river
or pay their faro homo. Tho woathor
is too sevoro to allow of tho gold
fields boing reached boforo lato in
April or May.
VERY OLD WOMAN DEAD.
Viotrita, a squaw, died at hor hut
ou the Bailhacho farm, noar Hoalds
burg, Cal., ou tho 23d iust., at tho
ago of 115 years. Viotrita was born
in tho Sotoyomo valloy, and tho old
est sottler can romomuor seoiug tho
then decrepit old woman forty yoars
or moro apo. Iu tho samo cabin
with Viotrita dwelt hor descendants
of five generations, her groat-groat-graudchild
boing thirteou years of
ago. When thoy laid tho old lady
under the sod there was great rejoic
ing among tho IudinuB, as for tho
paat ten or liftoeu yoars she has been
so feoblo that she could not loavo
J her nbodo
AN OITRESSIVE ORDER.
Au order of Judgo Sanborn mado
in Docombor has been euforcod for
tho first time at Omaha, which de
crees that judgmonta against em
ployees of the receivers of tho Union
Pacific Railway aro to bo paid in
monthly instalments of ten porcont
of tho debtors' wages, and if the
debtor fail to pay this proportion
monthly, thon ho may bo cited to
show cause why his entire wages for
tho succeeding month shall not be
paid to tho clerk of tho court for
punishment. Tho enforcement of
the order is croating great indigna
tion among tho labor unions.
TUB HAWAIIAN QUESTION.
Another chaptor to tho Hawaiian
question was added yestorday, Allon
presenting a resolution for annexa
tion, aud Goorgo making a spoech
supporting tho Administration's
A man fired sovoral shots from a
revolver in a train running out of
Paris. A uun was killed and tlireo
arrested. He is
a no suooter was
supposed to bo insane.
Tho Volksblalt, an nuti-Somitio
journal circulating in Mannheim,
Heidelberg and Frankfort, has beon
confiscated by tho authorities, owing
to its having published an articlo ou-
titled, "Udo to Agam," which was ro-
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TouIquso, is dead, aired 88 voars.
Tho Rov. Dr. Emery, Rector Etnor
itus of tho Irish College, is dead.
Mossina, Italy, has had shocks of
Empress Frodorick of Gnrmnnv
has recoived nows from Athons which
!? far from reassuring. The report
King Goorgo intends to abdi-
1 cato continues to circulate.
Count Schouvaloff, before his do
1 parturo from Berlin, informed tho
J Emperor that Count Herbort Bis
marck would bo persona grata as
German Embassador to St. Peters
burg. i Tho German Govornmout intends
j to construct four largo ironclads, a
cruisor and n dispatch boat, tho cost
I nt ivliinli iiotimnf.ul nt nr-ixr lift WI .
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WARNINO TO SEALERS.
' Tho Customs Collector at Van
1 couvor has received notice from tho
j Department of Marino and Fisheries
of tho ronowal of tho provisional
agreement with Russia providing a
I protective zouo of thirty miles
around tho Commander islands, in
i the North Pacific oceau, aud Tule
uow islaud and Ribbon reef, in tho
' Okhotsk sea, ns well as a protective
! zouo of ten miles along the shores
j of tho Russiau mainland. Tho Col
j lector is ordered to warn soalors ac
cordingly. i BY AUTHORITY.
EXECUTIVE BUILDING, )
Honolulu, II. I., Jnuuary 7, 1805.)
Tho right of WRIT OF HABEAS
CORPUS is hereby suspended and
MARTIAL LAW is instituted aud
established throughout tho Island
of Oahu, to continue until further
notice, duriug which timo, howovor,
tho Courts will continue in Bossion
and conduct ordiuary business as
usual, excopt as aforesaid.
By tho Prosidont:
SANFORD B. DOLE.
Prosidont of tho Republic of Ha
waii. J. A. KING,
Minister of tho Intorior.
General Headquarters, Republic)
of Hawaii, i-
Adjutant General's Office,)
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, H. I.,
January 10, 1895,
Special Order No. 25.
Order for a Military Commission.
A Military Commission is horoby
ordered to moot at Honolulu, Islaud
of Oahu, on Thursday, tho 17th day
of Jauuary, A. D. 1895, at 10 o'clock
a. in., and thereafter from day to day
for tho trial of such prisoners as
may bo brought boforo it on tho
charges and specifications to bo pro-f;
soutod by tho Judgo Advocato.
The Officers composing tho Com
1. Colouol William Austin Whit
ing, First Rogiinent, N. G. H.
2. Lieutenant-Colonel J. H.Fisher,
First Regiment, N. G. H.
3. Captain 0. W. Zieglor, Compa
ny F, N. G. H.
4. Captain J. M. Camara, Jr., Com
pany C, N. G. H.
5. Captain J. W. Pratt, Adjutant,
N. G. H.
6. Captain W.O. Wilder, Jr., Com
pany D, N. G. H.
7. First Lieutenant J. W. Jones,
Compauy D, N. G. H.
Captain William A. Kinney, Aid
do-Camp on General Staff, Judgo
By order of tho Commandor-in-Chief.
(Siguod) JNO. H. SOPER,
Under MARTIAL LAW ovory
person found upon tho stroots or
in any public placo between tho
9:30 P. M. and 5 A. M.
will bo liable to arrest, unloss pro
vided with a pass from Military
Headquarters of tho Marshal's
Tho gathering of crowds is pro
hibited. Anyone disturbing tho peace or
diioboying ordors is liable to sum
mary arrest without warrant.
By order of tho Commandor-in-Chief,
J. H. SOPER,
From Hiid aftor dato LIHUOH8 OF AM.
DKSOiUlTIONH will ba allowed to be
sold At ttic l.lccusod Salooni, between the
hoars ot (I a. m. and G. r. u., providing tho
tame bo drank on tho rcmtsus.
o Liquors Khali be taken away from
Mich fctilouns except llecr, Ale and Stoat.
Any violation of this will cause such Sa
loon to bo Immediately closed. Tho pres
euco uf any person under tho hitluenco of
l'qnur upon any saloon preroNcs will also
bo sulllclcnt to causo such Baloon to be Im
K. O. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Itepubllc of Hawaii.
February 0, 1895. 1250-tf
SPECIAL ORDERS, No. 25.
Tho Military Comuiissiou now in
sossiou in this city, convened by
Special Ordors No. 25, dated January
16, 1895, from those Headquarters
will hold its sossions without regard
By order of tho Commnudor-in-Chiof.
JNO. H. SOPER,
Adjutant-General's Office, Hono
lulu, January 19, 1895. 1213-tf
All persons aro horeby notified
that they aro strictly forbidden to
uso fire crackers, Chinese bombs or
any fireworks whatever within tho
limits of Honolulu.
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
Marshal Republic of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Jan. 22, 1895.
Fire IMZilk. -
The business of tho country is
settling iuto its former groove. Our
gentlemanly driver has returned
from his vacation, the cows in tho
pasture switch flies instead of bul
lets with their tails and tho cream is
richor in consequence. Wo boliove
wo havo satisfied overy ouo of our
customers who havo takou milk from
us aud we are iu a position to sup
ply a great many more. Tho pooplo
who from choice or necessity visited
Waialao duriug tho past two wooks
havo had au opportunity to boo just
what sort of diet our stock feeds
upon, and no longer wonder at tho
richness of tho milk from our dairy.
Our facilities for delivery aro tho
best. With tho excoption of a day
or two early iu tho lato unpleasant
ness our drivers havo always beon
ou timo at our customers' residences.
Wo take this opportunity to thank
those who havo boon patient with us
aud to solicit a continuance of their
potronago. Wo will bo pleased to
till all orders telephoned to us aud
guarantee all milk to bo pure and
free fiom adulteration.
Tins WAIALAE KA2TCH.