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LATEST FROM THE WAR.
Communication Open Batwoon the
Two Japnnese Armies
From a file of the Kobe Chronicle
as late an February 23 the following
items nro obt.'ttued:
There is vory little news this
morning regarding the war. A tele
gram received from Hiroshima
ntntes that Lieut. General Vicomit
Nodzu, Commander of the First
Army, met Lieut. General Yamaji,
Couiin-iudur of the First Division of
the Second Army, at a place called
Tochi, about one ri southwest of
Uai-clicng, on the 21st hint. The
cominutiication between the two
armies is now, it appear, quite uu- i
Lieut. Col. Toio relumed 1o Hiro-1
shima from Wei hai-woiou Thurs lay
night, and paid a visit to Headquar
ters on the following morning, where
ho gave his Majesty the Liuperor
a fiill account ot the operations at
Wei hai-woi. i
The transport Tokaiinaru, which I
arrived at Ujiunon Tuesday, biought
back sixty-eight wounded soldiers
i and eighty invalided coolies from
The North-China Daily NowsnajB:
' Wlieu it was learned that the former
servants of the Japanese Legation
in 1'ekiug had been tlirown into
prison and subjected to the dreadful
tortures which take their place iu
the Chinese system of jurispriidenc",
; there was a unanimous opinion that
the case concerned all foreigners.
Wo are glad to learn that the for
eign Ministers adopted this view,
aud demanded a cessation of the
foolish and wicked torturing of
"boys," coolie?, aud such like, who
wore obviously ignoraut of the de
signs of the Japaue.'o Legation in
habitants. The Ministers pointed
out that according to the Treaties
foreigners had the right of employ
ing natives without hindrance, aud
that the p repent proceedings wero
little less than the wreaking of ven
geance upon innocent persons. The
protest was supported by certain
significant remarks as to what might
be expected iu tho event of it being
disregarded, aud happily it had good
results. The Ministers are to be
congratulated upon an action which
does credit, not only to their human
ity, but to their political ?agaeity.
A brief telegram received by tho
Osaka Asahi from Nagasaki states
that a collision took placo between
a sailiug vessel named tho Kotei
maru and the Rusdan flag ship
Admiral Nakimoir, iu which by some
meaus a gun on the flag-ship was
thrown into the sen aud sunk.
Tho total number of forts on tho
Liu-kungaud Jitsu islands now oc
cupied by the Japanese is four, tho
number of guns mouuted on the
fortsf bing sixteen iu all. Thoro
are six Chinese torpedo-boats in tho
bay of In-sau-koat Wei-hai-wei, all
of which wore captured by tho Jap
anese when attempting to escape on
tho occasion of tho recent sortie.
Tho Chon-yuen has already been
1 taken to Port Arthur, while sevoral
of tho Chiooso vessels which are on
the way to Japan have taken shelter
at Tsushima on account of the heavy
A telegram dispatched from
Shaughai to Tokyo states thot Mr.
Foster (tho American peace envoy)
has left for the North in order to
have an interview with Viceroy Li
Ono Hundred and Twonty-oight Put
to Work To-day.
Jailor Low sont out ono hundred
and twenty-eight rebel prisoners
this morning to work. Some wero
sont to the Kamoiliili and Kamoha-
i moha School quarries and others nro
working on the Manon and Makiki
roads. Tho prisoners all wear striped
suits. Only those who are able to
work wero sent out.
i O. T. Guliok, Major Seward and
W. II. Ilickard aro too weak to bo
i sent out. J. F. Bowler aud T. H.
Walker aro doiug mason work inside
i th prison. Tho following conver
sation took iilnco between Bowler
I and Walker tho other day while tho
two wore at work:
Bowler ''Hurry up, Walker, don't
be nil da; P
I Walkor "Hurrv tin voursolf. I'm
not in a hurry. ou'vo only got ten
years to finish your job aud I've not
Truant C 111 cor Maxwell Has Quito a
Tiino With School Children
William Maxwell, the truant olli
cer. has been having a good deal of
bushier on his hands lately. There
is, according to the olli cer, an un
usual number of "playing hokeytV'
among the school children. Tho
ollicer had a novel experience with
one of these yesterdnv A twelve-year-old
boy named John Ililn has
stayed away from school since Janu
ary, and the boy was located at Ka
kaako. The ofllcer went to tho homo
and no tooner had Ililo seen him
than he made for a canoe on the
beach. A companion joined him nud
the two paddled out to sea. Tho
ofiicor was ballled and after watch
ing the boys rouio time returned up
town. Tins m 'ruing he sent a na
tive to Hie house. Hilo, not know
ing the man, was captured and taken
to Knwniahao Church, where tho
truant ollicer was waiting for him.
Tho boy was taken to tho Royal
School. His companion was found
to bo a truant from St. Louis Col-h-'K'-'.
THE MO I LI IU MYSTERY.
Tho Lnno Occupant Dies nt tho
The explosion in tho house at
Kamoiliili still remain a mystery.
The authorities have been unable to
decide whether the explosion was
caused by a dynamite bomb or giant
powder. Papa, the native who
vacated the premises during the
iiight aud thus saved his life, was
taken to tho Queen's Hospital at 10
o'clook on Monday morning. Tho
mau was suffering more from fright
than anything uho. His beard was
singed. From tho time that Papa
was taken to tho hospital ho began
sinking, and at 1 o'clock this morn
ing ho died.
Papa was an elderly native and
tho fright probably nasteuod his
death. Captain Scott, who took
him to the hospital, said that ho
was all right, only ho was fright
ened. Ho realized bow near ho had
come, first, to being burned, and,
next, to beiug blown up.
Four Months in Juil
Ah Loy, tho much roportel jail
bird, was sentenced to four months'
imprisonment at hard labor yester
day for beiug on the promUos ot a
Japanese barber ou Mauuakea street
on the night of December 2(5, with
out a lawful excuse. Ah Loy entor
od tho promises with tho purpose of
burglarizing, and was soon by two
detectives, who had been following
him, to light a match and forage
about the room. Ah Loy had only
bem out of jail ono mouth when ho
was arrested again.
The detectives under Larson stale
that Ah Loy is one of tho most dar
ing thieves they have ever had any
A dense volume of smoko was soon
issuing from the rear of a store at
tho coruor of Pauahi and Nuuanu
streets near midnight last night.
Au alarm of fire was sent iu aud tho
department turned out. There was
no firo when tho firemen arrived,
however, and they got a little prao
tico for their trouble. There wore
a number of Chinero playing cards
in the vicinity, and it is believed
that ono of them throw down a
cigar or cigarette on a mattress,
which smoked up alarmingly, but n
few buckets of water untied tho
Pullod for Vncrancy.
Charles Potter is tho name of a
man arrested for vagrancy. Special
Hammer has had the man under
surveillance lor sumo time past.
Potter has never dono a stroke of
work, nud wasgenorally found hang
ing around restaurants begging for
moal tickets. Yesterday ho was
caught in tho net of begging outside
of Charles Liud's restaurant ou
Nuuanu street. Ho hail been pre
viously oiTorcd a job on tho Ameri
can ship Kenilworth going to New
York, but Potter liked Hawaii too
well to shake the dust off his feet.
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