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VOL. IX. NO. 1281.
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THE ORIENTAL WAR.
It is reported that a secret society,
having for its object tho ovorthrow
of tho Emperor and tho central ad
ministration, has been discovered in
LVkiu. Tho lender has been arrested.
General Taotai Shang and Gen
oral Cell Chicao have been sentenced
to be imprisoned till tho niiUimn,
and then executed fur tho loss of
Tho Japanese havo captured six
gunboats in Woi-Uai-Wei harbor.
Tho Japanese lauded at Ghofoo
tho bodies of Admiral Ting and
three Chinese captains who commit
ted suicide during tho attack on
Wei-lIai-Woi. As tho bodies wero
conveyed ashoro tho Japanese flag
ships fired minute guns, and tho
whole lleot salutod as a mark of res
pect for tho dead ollicers.
Fifteen thousand Chinese attack
ed Haicbing, and wero repulsed with
the loss of 100. I
Tho remainder of tho forts and
shins at Wei-Hal-Woi aro reported'
to havo surrendered on tho l!3th. j
The Emperor of China has con
demned to death all tho military
and civil oflkers at Wei-Hai-Wei,
and authorized tho Governor of
Shaugtttiig to behead them without
consulting tho Emperor. ,
Tho Japanese sholl fire at Hat
ching prevented tho Chinese from
coming to cIobo quarters.
A rising against foreigners is :
threatened in Formosa, auu Bevoral
British warships havo been dispatch-!
eu to tbe island
Aftor Admiral Tine's suicide, I
teT8i?!uUr"dor "nMii-w' '
aud all tho Chinese in Woi-Hai-Woi
wero released, and wore marched .
through tho Japanese lines into the 1
country. Tho foreign residents wero
placed ou board Jauaneso warships. ,
They will probably bo lauded at
Two thousand pooplo havo boon
killed by tbo explosion of a fort iu
Tho captured warship Cheuvuen
has sailed for Japan, with a Japa
Tho Chinese army at Nowchang
continues to recoive reinforcements.
Tho Japauese havo declined to
open negotiations for peace at Port
Arthur. They iusist that negotia
tions shall bo conducted on Japa- '
It is reported that tho Govornor
of Port Arthur has confessed ho was
iu league with Li Hung Chang to
overthrow the Manchtl dynasty.
Tho northern rivers of Victoria '
aro iu high flood, and are still rising.
Many settlors aro flooded out and j
crops ou tho flat aro destroyed. !
Mails from the soutlt, havo been
blocked for three weeks.
Audrows, alleged to bean Anarch-'
ist leador, has boon sentenced at ,
Sydney to five mouths' imprison
ment for soditious libel. During
tbo recent shearing troubles he pub
lished a pamphlet which was calcu
lated to bring tho administration of
justice into contempt.
A gravo military scandal is creat
ing a sensation aud engaging general
attention at byunoy. A court-mar-
tial will bo hold on a captain in tho
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-iktvt n n 1 1 trnf nl)tiiiil until Oil.
duction, suggesting an illegal oper-
ju ujiu4i v tuibu vtini HL1& "l ou-
1 atiou, and endeavoring to induce a
doctor to perform it.
Tho coufereuco of tho Workers
Union of Sydney protested against
tho employment of black labor iu
Queensland aud colored crows on
mail stcamors. It was resolved to
favor reconciliation amongst tho
various sections of tho labor party,
bettor political organization, aud
I completion of tho Ballarat scheme
, Six hundred Lincoln and Merino
I rams aud ewes from tho flocks of
I Angus Gilbort, South Australia, havo
' beou purchased for tho Ameer of
A plague of caterpillars aud crick
I cts is devastating crops in tho Glen
I linos district, iJV.'J miles l. .. YV. ol
Sydney. Tho pest is also iuvading
houses, destroying clothing, aud eat
ing tho paper off the walls.
Govornor Duff of New South !
Wales, who is on a visit to Iiobart,
is suffering from acute low fever.
Tho Union Companv's steamor
Pukaki struck a rock while entering
tho Mersey River, Hobart, on Feb.
15, kno'-king a largo hole in tho bot
tom. The entire cargo was damaged,
but tho steamer was raved.
The original of Captain Cook's
Journal has been preonted to tho
Museum at Sydney. Tho writing is
clear and distinct, niid contains a
record of the voyage which led to
tho settlement of Australia. Various
entries aro sicnod in a firm hand,
Tho free silver bill has
Tho American loan was subscribed
tonfold in Xow York within ton min
utes. Heavy applications aro being
made in Loudon for tho United
States loan at -1 percent premium.
1 Mr. Malotiy, tiie Chairman of tho
Nicaragua Canal Committee of tho
Lower House, states that America
I will not consent to tho iutoruutioual ,
, control of tho canal.
1 Tweuty-Gvo American coasters
' aro ovor-due. It is feared they havo
been lost in the gale.
It is estimated that fifty percent
of tho cattle in Texas havo perished
1 in tho snowstorms.
I Hundreds of Cherokeo families
' are living on prairie dogs and horses
to avoid starvation. '
Tho coutonary of tho Poabody
philanthropy is being celebrated in
Massachusetts. A message was re
ceived from tho Queen stating that
' tho grateful memory of his uoblo
deeds and charities in Eugland was
fresh in hor heart.
THE FINANCIAL rOLlCV.
In tho Senate, Mr. "Woolcott in
voiiihed ia heated terms against tho
conduct of the President, assorting
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desiro to .maintain tho integrity of
tho t Tho coutra(jt w1th tho
Rothsi.hi1d was the blackest over
made, and would permit that firm
to reap gigantic profits.
A committee of tho Senate has re -
ported in favor of issuing three per-
cent bonds, with a currency of two
Senator Sherman said the Presi
dent's contract was faulty. It was a
hard bargaiu, but it would uot ruin
The Rothchilds and Mr. Morgan
havo issued a Uuited States four
percent loan of sixty-two million
dollars, payable in coin. Tho issue
price is lilt J, and they havo reserved
halfk tho amount of tho issuo.
A syndicate deposited thirty mil
lion dollars of gold, which checked
a run on tho Treasury within a day
A New York syndicato has applied
for doublo the amount of tho now
Thirty sohool boys havo boon
drownou at Moscow through falling
into a nolo in a frozen river.
It is bolievod that tho Quoeu has'; F Y1K l".at nWnw r uesioging
forma v sanctioned the Order of
Merit being conferred on literary
men of distinction within the Bri
tish Empire. Tho Order will be
divided into threo classes, tho high
est grado to bo confined to twenty-,
four members, the tecond to 100,
and tbo third to 2uU.
Twenty persons havo been frozen
to death iu Galicia iu two days, says
a Vienna dispatch.
Tho ht. roteralierg Novosti states
that it is satisfied, hi view of rocent
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liiinnio in ilwk ir net ilint Wnamm itt I 1
unnuo iu tuu itiai vuiiv jvitooit n lit
not join tho Triple Alliance, know
ing that, tho Powers, aftor isolating
and overthrowing France, would
then attack Russia.
Sir William Wilson, Liberal, de
feated Mr. Voreker, Unionist, in
Colchester, Eugland, by a majority
of 203 votes.
A deputation from tho Agrarian
League, representing two hundred
thousand farmers, had an interview
with the German Emperor. Ho
gave thorn a cordial reply, and ex
pressed deep concern at the stato of
distress unfolded. The Council of
Sato was planning remedies which
ho prayed God might be beneficial
to the people.
Hurot, a French cyclist, has brok
on the record for 100 miles. His
time was lb. 7m. -l!l 3 0th s.
The Loudon Times, referring to
the attitude assumed by tho colo
uies against colored labor on mail
steamers, advises Australia not to
imperil tho Oriental trado for the
sake of racial prejudice.
Tho Popo places no trust in tho
liberalism of th Czar. Ho eon
sjders, if any believed his profes
sions, tho recent arrest of thirty
Polish priests would completely un
Professor liryce, President of tho
Board of Trade, in reply to a ques
tion, raid the report of tho Select
Committee advised that shipowners ,
should provide watertight bulk
heads, but then was no power to
compel them to do r-o. 1
Franco is closelv watching the
Anglo-Italian rclat!ous. Tho Gov
ernment has determined on a largo
tho navy, owinir to tho
increase in tho Britjah ships of war.
Tho nd drees in reply to the
Queuu's speech passed iu the Bri
tish House of Commons by 297 to
288, a majority of 11 for the Govern
ment. A motion to apply the clo
sure to the debate had carried by
only eight, tho Labor members vot
ing against it.
a taris scandal.
Tho trial of press blackmailera iu
Paris has concluded. Clorig was
sentenced to fifteen months' impris
onment, Girard and Heftier to two
years, Camillo and Dreyfus to one
year, and Portalis to five years. Iu
addition to these terms of imprison
ment, each of tho accused is ordered
to pay a heavy fiuo. Canivot aud
Froeardo were acquitted.
JACK TUU IIIITEIt CAUOIIT.
A Loudon dispatch of tho 21st
An attempted murder, surrounded
by many circumffiaucu similar to
tho "Jack tho Hipper" crimes, was
por pot rated this evening at Spital
holds, ono of tho eastern suburbs of
Loudon. Tho screams of a woman
attracted a crowd to a lonely thor
oughfare, and tho people arriving
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urst upon the eceiio caught a man
a woman of tho uufortuuato class,
' Tho uufortuuato victim was not
dead when hln arrived, but (the had
been injured in a terrible manner.
Tho mail was bonding over her pros-
. trato bod v. aud with a loutr bladed
knifo was hacking his victim's body
in a manner which characterised the
shocking criiuos attributed to "Jack
Tho man was at once takon into
custody and gave the name of
Grant. Ho further said ho was a
ship's firemau. The police havo
made inquiries, with the result that
certain clues they havo obtained
suggest that tho prisoner may ho
"Jack tho Hipper."
Tho witnesses examined by the
Armenian Commission aro making
revelations of a terrible character.
Sir E. Gray, in reply to a question
in tho House of Commons, said that
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mg Samoa. England intondod to
adhere to tho terms
! Act with regard to those islands
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rebels in Colombia met tho Loyalist
iruops 111 usiuo at aaniorgsa. 1110
loss on each side was two huudred
killod, tho rebels losing their goueral.
THE l'AOIKIO OA1ILC.
Tiio United States Senato aud tho
! House of Representatives havo dis-
agreed with regard to tho vote for
tbe cable to Hawaii, aud a confer
ence has been appointed to arrange
As tho Hon. Audley Cooto has
been summoned to attend tho Con
BuiiiiiiuiitHi iu uiieuu wio uon-
ico to decide tho best route for
proposed Pacific cable ho will
feronco to decide tho
uoi soon ro-oieciion to tbo Leg
live uouueu 01 xasmauia.
Tho Canadian Government is ac
tively urgiug the construction of tho
Pacific cable, fearing that if the
Uuited States construct a cable to
Hawaii, tho Dominion will bo ex
cluded altogether, as tho Extoiision
Cable Company aro willing, with an
Imperial subsidy, to connect New
Zealand and Fiji, and then tho only
vacant link will bo from Hawaii to
Queensland has joined tho other
colouies in the cable guarantee.
.Mr. Cook, Postiiiaster-Geiioral of
Nw South Wales, considers the pro
bability of an American Company
laying a cable from Sail Francisco
to Houolulu is likely to seriously
complicate the Pacific cable pro-
H snys if Congress should
thoritv to a comunuv diffi
culties will probably bo raided by
tho American Government to Ha
waii granting a concession ti the
Pacific cable. Tho 'Frisco cable
would also take nearly all tho local
business, ou which the other lino
would partly rely for its commercial
crisis in koyit.
A Cairodispatchsays: Tho Egyp
eiau Legislative Council rejected
sevornl of Nubar Pasha's measures
dTT hand It is belioved this action
has been instigated by the Khcdiru.
A large influx of Hdouiiis has
iH'en noticed in Ate audria
Tho populace is disturbed owing
to tho prophecies disseminated of a
masacro of Europeans during tho
feast of liamadnu.
Tho statement of tho Cairo corre
spondent of tho Loudon Times that
a Paris journalist is openly promis
ing tho armed support of France to
Fgypt, has caused a great sensation
in Paris M. Flourens, tho well
known French statesman, believes it
is the desiro of England to strike a
decisive blow, and to obtain n free
hand iu Egypt.
The Alnhrniu, a daily paper pub
lished iu Alexandria, iu an article
which is believed to be inspired, says
tho Khedive accused Lord Cromer,
tho British representative, of du
plicity. The Moslem fanatics predict there
will bo a rising against the Chris
tians during the feast of Ramadan.
Tho Times' Cairo correspondent
says the Egyptian Ministry lias de
termined not to resign while they
aro supported by the English Gov
ernment Tho Cairo correspondent of tho
Times wires that a Paris jpurualist
h openly promising tho armed wip
port of Franco to Egypt. Tho Khe
dive, however, in discussing his re
ported intention to dismiss Nubar
Pasha, is said to havo staled that he
would not countenance any invstory,
aud that he was working loyally
CAPTAIN KIBLINQ DEAD.
An Old aud Esteemed Itoaldont Gone
to His Long Home.
Captain Kibling, an old resident,
died at f:lK) o'clock yesterday after
noon at tho Mechanics' Home. Ho
had boon sick only a few days, and
tho report of his death was a sur
prise to his mauy friends. Tho de
ceased was more thau sovouty years
Captain Kibling, although an el
derly man, carried a gun iu tho revo
lution of 181K1 and was agaiu to tbo
front in tho recent Nowloin lizzlo.
Ho was a momber of tho American
League and also of the Citizens'
Guard. Out of respect to tho lata
captain tho flag on the league's flag
pole was placed at nalt-masi io-uay.
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kuis uuu -u.ii v u. i-uainr. iiu loaves
two sous, 0110 of whom, Charles
Kibling, is freight clerk ou tho
steamer Kiunu. Tho funeral took
i Place tins aiternoou irom Centra
Signal Lamp Whoso Obscuration
Stranded tho Miowcra Vxplodoa.
Tho korosuuo lamp iu the beacon
light tower over tho Custom Houso
exploded at 7 o'clock this morning.
Smoko was soon issuing from tho
towor by tho mon engaged at work
111 1110 uusiom tlouso. They rushed
up and extinguished tho blaze. Very
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,'ttl damage was doue. Tho col
en aud tho insido of tho liuhthouso
was blackened by the smoko. Tho
lamp was rendered useless and a
now ono will havo to bo provided.
Goorgo Sea, clerk at tho Police
Station, was married to Miss Maria
Louisa Jones, of Molokai, at St.
Andrew's Cathedral at 0:15 o'clock
yostorday, Rov. Alex. Mackintosh
performing tho coreiuouy. A recep
tiou was held later at the future
homo of tho newly wedded couple
on Emma street, at which a number
of invited friends wero present.
Several native boys havo shipped
ou the whaling bark Gayhead, lying
outside, miring tho past few days.