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THE DAILY BULLETIN. MARCH 15, 1895.
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, March 8.
Hy 8. S. Mnrlpo-n.
THE ORIENTAL WAtt.
Tho U. S. S. Yorktovvn has gouo
to assist rofugeo missionaries on
In a fight on tho road to Now
Chwang on Feb. 28 tho Chinoo
woro routed, leaving Kit) dead on
tho Hold. The Japanese loss was 10
killed and 82 wounded.
Li Hung Chang, Viceroy of China,
has been entirely restored to favor,
with full power to mako peace.
Prominent Russian papers declare
that Russia will not allow Japan to
seize any Chineso soil.
Newchwang was captured by tho
Japaucso after hard lighting in tho
ntroots. Nearly 2000 Chineso were
ANOTHER ATTACK REPULSED.
Ton thousand Chinese on March
i advanced upon Tai-piug-shau. but
were repulsed by Japanese artillery.
MORE DEFEATS 01' CHINESE
Field Marshal Count Oyama re
ported Fob. 27 that ho mot tho
enemy near Taping Sheu and de
On Fob. 21, Chiuos troops num
bering J.I.UUU attacked Xlai Uueug
but were repulsed and retreated to
Yin Kao. Tho Japanese los was 20
killed and 200 wounded. The Chi
neso lost 200 killed.
HORRORS OF WAR
Tho Red Cross hospitals at Che
foo are overflowing with sick and
wounded. Five thouand Chiueso
passed Chefoo, fleeing from the Jap
anese. No malo3 are allowed to
leave tho city.
Tho well" in the vicinity of Cho
foo arc filled with tho bodies of
women and children, who commit
ted suicide through fear of tho Jap
neso. MUST HAVE TERRITORY.
Visiount Aoki, Japanese Miuister
to Germany, said in an interview
that without a cession of torritory
China could not reckon on tho ter
mination of tho war. Ho was aware
that tho European Powers might
interfere to preveut a cession of
territory, but it was to bo hoped, he
said, that tho Japaucso Government
would maiutaiu its position that tho
conclusion of peace, equally with
the conflict, concerned Japan and
China alone. Foreseeing that the
war would involve tho risk of com
plications with tho Powers, Japan
did everything to avert hostilities
and desired to settle the Corenn
question peaceably. China rnado
this impossible. Japau is willing at
any momout to agree to terms which
aro in any way acceptable atid
A Loudon correspondent sayH tho
impression is gaining ground in
Europe that Li Hung Chang's at
tempt to negotiate) peaco in Japan
will be unsuccessful, owing to terri
torial demands which will bo made
by tho victorious power.
Japan may easily delay negotia
tions in order to give time for nu
early spring campaign against Po
king, which European diplomatists
all believe she intends to attack on
one pretense or another before al
lowing tho war to cud.
Two masked robbers held up a
passenger tram six miles east ot
Sacramento, but the engineer's tac
tics prevented thoir purpose of de
taching tho express car.
Throe prisoners tried to break
from tho gang at Folsom, Cal., but
were shot down by Guard Ellis, tho
wound of one being probably fatal.
Tho Chicago Herald and Times
have been amalgamated.
August Schwall, Jr., has made a
now Coast record on the vvheelr
doing tho 25-inilo road race at San
Lenudro in 1:17:25.
Richard O'Gormau, tho ominout
Irish Nationalist, scholar and orator,
died at his homo in Now York on
Representative mowbors from fif
teen States issued a manifesto urg
ing tho Democratic party to adopt
Representative Wilson has boon
confirmed as Postmaster-General by
Benjamin Tillman, Sniiator-olect
for South Carolina, is boiug urged
to become tho presidential candi
date of a new party thai is proposed
lo ho erected on tho ruins of the
two old i.irtii'H.
Two buildings one being con
structed and the other being de
molished lullnpbed tho i-amo day
in New York. Four men were killed
and ninetiHi more or less seriously
Hunrj Studobakor, tho well-known
manufacturer of South End, Indi
ana, is dead at tho age of G2.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS-
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Mr. John A. Scott, Manager of the Hilo Sugar Com puny, gives tho follow
ing wonderful record of tho working of the NATIONAL CANE SHRED
DER, which was ciccttd hy their works at the commencement of the crop
" During the past week the Hilo Sugar Company's mill exceeded any of
Its former records hy closing the 125 hours grinding with an output of 300
tons. This is fully 10 percent more thiin tho best work of former years.
"Tho three roller mill being 20 in. hy 54 in. tmd tho two roller mill 30 in.
hy (10 in. '1 he first mill doing this amount of work in an efficient manner
and with great case, com pari d with work on whole enne, owing to thorough
preparation of the enno hy the National (Juno Shredder, recently erected by
"And hy its use the extraction has been increased from 3 percent to 5 per
cent on all kinds of cuno, and in tome cu-cs bO percent has been reached ;
the average being 75 to 78 percent, according to quality.
"I couliuuo to find the inigiinw from chredded cane better fuel than from
"Tho shredder has been' working day and night for seven months and has
given mo entile satisfaction, having nhredded during that time about soventy
thousand tons of cane, and a large part of it living hard ratoons.
"The shredder and engine requite very little care or attention."
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