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VOL. IX. NO. 1290.
HONOLULU, H. 1., MONDAY, MARCH 18, 18U5.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN
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LATB FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fhincisco, March 12
Per 8. 8. Australia.!
THE ORIENTAL WAE,
Oontinuod Triumphant Progress
tho Japanese Forces.
Thu Japauo3o second army uu
1 March 7 captured Yiugkow. tho
j port of Nowchwang, aftor heavy
Tuoro are only juu Japanese soi
diors and throo email warships at
Tho Cheu-yuen, ouo of tho Chi
uoro vossols surrondurod to tho Jap
arioso nt Wei-hai-wei, is boing re
paired at Port Arthur by Chiuoso
A dispatch to tho Now lork
Herald from Shanghai says: All ,
lorotguors at Aowcnwang aro in per-
feet safety, tho settlement boiuu
guarded by Japanese troops against
tho Chinese. Tho English and
American warships there are leav
ing tho protection of foreign resi
dents entirely in the hands of the
Tho Contral News correspondent
in Tokio quotes this dispatch, which
was Bent rotn Yin& Kow tne 'mrt
first division reports that tho forts
Boutb and yng Kqw qq ho
left bauk of tho rivor, have boon
taken, to tho last ditch and redoubt.
Turn anlilinrn wam lilnwn nn liv nn
' oxplosion of a mine in tho Chiueso
lino of dofeuso. Tho Liao river is
still fr. zen."
I Yesterday General Nodzu report
ed that his army, with tho aid of tho
first division, had attacked the Chi
nese uuuor General L.uuc at Tnuri-
Chauc Tai, on tho west bauk of tho
Liao Ho, fifteen miles west of old
Nowchwaug, that moruiug. Tho f
Japanese advanced from throo direc
tions, ouo force coming from tho
east, one from the northeast and tho
third from the northwest. A hot
artillery fire was oponed at 7 a. in.,
and under its cover threo bodies of
troops storraod tho town shortly bo-
The Chiueso numbered 10.0C0 or
more. At first they fought stub
bornly, but eventually thoy broko
and ran. throwing down their arms
and making no effort to save their
standards or baggage. Most of tho
Chinese fled to tho northwest. Al
though tbo Japanero loss was but
100 killed, tho Chinese left more
than 2000 dead and dying in aud
around tho town. All tho ouomy's
war material was raptured. Tho
town caught firo during tho fight
aud before night was burned to tho
General Nodzu has been promot
ed to tho rank of Marshal.
Under dato of March 11, Marshal
Oyama reports a junction of tho
threo divisions of tho Japaueso army
on tho Liao river. Ono regiment
was loft to garrison tho captured
town of ing flow.
Tim nnemr retreated in the direa
' ,tn nr Tsoni? Tai aud was notivolv
t ll0U , J? ,7,?,nii" n ,,
, pursued. Eventually tho Japauose
uireva ui ,u du..i uuuiuB ...
UUIIIUSU HUUJIS. XI1U UI1I11USU BUS-
tained severe losses, leaving over a
thousaud of their mou dead aloug
tho lino of thoir retreat. This num
ber, however, does not represent
their total loss. Tho town of Thion
Chang Tai was burned by thu
enomy. On February 21 thoro wore
ftOT) reminded soldiers in tho hosni-
A Shanghai dispatch to tho Times
says a Chinoso force of 7000 men,
supported by thirty guns, was at
tacked by tho Japanese at Don Shot -
nloii on Saturday last. Gouoral Kat
sura commanded tho centor division
of tho Jnpanoie army, which fought
bravely. General Oku was in com
mand of the right wing of tho
troops. The loft wing was com
posed of Yamagi's soldiors from
Kapiug. Tho attack was successful,
and iu two hours tho Chinese Hod
toward Chin Chow, losing'100 men.
Tho Japnueso loss was ten killed.
Aftor buruing Don Shotalon for
strategic reasons, tho Japanese re
crossed tho Liao.
A dispatch from' Poking says:
Numbers of ladies have arrived iu
Peking from Hainan iu cousoquocce
of a warning received from tho Am
erican Legation in Poking that tho
latter placo would bo safer for
them. They report having loft
everything quiet in Kaigan. Every
thing is also quiot in Peking.
A riippateh from Shanghai says
that I ho Chitipio resident aro leav
ing Peking, Tiou-tin, Taku and
their outlying district, fearing a
Japanese invasion. The nt earners
arriving at Shanghai aro
Count Ito made an olaborato ad- j
dress to tho Cbiuoso poaco envoys
on February 2. giving reasons for "" , "UBK"'UK "'""'""b. u
1 declaring that further negotiations ! years ho wont to Pans and after serv
(withthom were at an oud. Japan iug a vyhilobocamo a proprietor, and
, ...rM.i.i ....I- t ...:m. .,,.,.. !...:.,.. i from that tima has boon tho irroatest
m ira vuij uroninuDuiujouuiiUK,
' tun powers to coucluuo poaco aim
not merely to report to tho Chiueso
1 government and then await tho fur
ther command of tho Chiueso Em-
gays: China has boon
general terms of tho conditions upon
wuien Japan will consent to poaco
Japan has boon notified that China
is ready to accopt tho conditions and
sign a treaty. Tho correspondence
by which this agreement was arriv
ed at was carriod on through tho
United States Ministers to the two
countries, Edward Dun at Tokio and
Ministor Charles Denby at Peking.
A dispatch from Rome says that
tho Chinese Minister to England
will present to King Humbert ou
March 11 the Chiueso onvoys, who
will arrive there from tho north ou
that dato. It is reported that tho
onvoys will seek to Interest the King
and cabinet iu a plan to end tho
China Japanese war by arbitration.
A dispatch to tho Times from Pe
king says that tho Chinoso Govern
ment, through tho Unitod States
Ministers, Donby and Dun, have al
ready agreed upon tho points in tho ,
poaco conleroneo rogarutug tuo in
uepondeuco of Corea, tho cession of
territory aim money inuomnity, tuo
amount to bo agreed ou by the on-
vovs. it is oxnocteu tnat tne airreo-
ment will bo siguod at an early dato.
M. Hauotaux. French Ministor of
Foreigu Affairs, his received tho
Chinese Ministor, who solicited
Franco's friendly iutorvontiou it
Japan's conditions should bo too
severe. M. Hauotaux gavo a guard
ed, formal answer.
Ex-Prosidonl Harrison is seriously
ill with tho grip at his home iu In
dianapolis. Tho stoamor Longfellow struck
a bridge on the Ohio river and sauk
iu five minutes. Six lives are known
to have boon lost.
Tho train known as tho European
mail wai hold up four miles from
Stockton, Cal7 by throo robbers.
All the money iu tho oxpross car was
iu tho safe, which tho robbers did not
try to open, and after failing to find
anything of value thoy escaped on ,
G. W. Smalley, for 25 years tho
Londou corrospoudont of tho Now ,
York Tribuuo, has accopted tho
position of Now York correspondent
of tho London Times. Ho is ouo
of the ablest journalists tho United
2i . " juihuoiibis
Slatt,8 n8 r produced,
Captain Kolb, who cla
laims to bo
gouo to attend tho meeting of tho
I'opulist btato lxocutivo uommitteo
at Birmingham, callod for tho pur
pose of determining whether tho
party shall adopt revolutionary
measures to seat Kolb. It is under
stood Kolb favors revolutionary
Tho MarquW of Queousberry has
been committed for trial, bail being
allowod in $7500, for libeling Oscar
It is reported that tho Germau
' Government is sending two warships
to Guayra to onforco tho payment of
tho unpaid guarantee on tho con
struction of tho Contral Youezuelan
Hailway, built by Germany.
Tho London Times states that tho
Right Hon. Arthur Honry Pool,
Speaker of tho House ot Commons,
will resign on tho evening of tho
Tho Standard says tho Unionists
will strongly oppose any ministerial
candidato for tho speakership except
tho ICt lion, Campboll-Daunormau,
at prosont Soorotary of Stato.
In tho Hon Civil Lord of tho
Admiralty Kobertsou said; "Since
tho beginning of 1891 sovou battle
ships have been started in construc
tion in England, ouo iu Franco and
nono in Russia."
Admiral Boochoy of Oroat Britain
Rev. Dr. Groovos, a well-known
Wosloyan clergyman, is dead.
THE MAN MILLIKEfl DEAD.
Charles Frodorio Worth, ,ho fa
mous man milliner and drosstnakor
i'ans, uieu ynsioruny. tie was
born ln Lucoin8,jre( England. His
parents apprenticed him to a prin-
tor, but no was too Jastidious to soil
"' fingers. Ho went into a dry
goods more, where hocoucoived tho
I 11 1 1 TI I
drosstnakor iu tho world. Ho loavos
two sons, who inherit a share of his
There is war on Panama. It is
reported tho Unitod States has do-
mandod satisfaction for the stop
ping of telegrams to its representa
tives on tho Isthmus. Government
troops numbering 000 took the town
of Popayah from 1600 rebels.
PATJl4E. KANOA DEAD.
Passing of a Notable II euro in Ha
Paul Puhiula Kanoa died at one
o'clock this morning at his home,
Koula, King street, opposite J. B.
Athertou'a residence. Mrs. Kanoa
was tho first to bo apprised of hor
husband's sudden demise She
awoke shortly before tho hour men
tioned and going to tho bodsido
found her husband dead. There
wore in tho house, besides Mrs.
Kanoa, the two daughters and some
Paul P. Kanoa was born at Hono-
kaupu, Honolulu, ou Juuo 10, 1832,
consequently ho wa? sixty-two
years, uiuo uioums ami uikul uaja
old at tho timo of his death. The
parents of tho deceased were O.
Kauloholoho aud Kapau. He was
brought up with the sons of Mrs.
Kekuauaoa aud other chiefs until
ho reached tho ago of threo years,
when his father died. Tho lad was
then adopted by P. Kauoa. The
deceased married Kaleipua on Doc.
15, lSSti, and had thoroforo boon
marriod uearly forty years.
Ho first took office undor tho
Government iu 1857, whou ho was
appointed as tax assussor, and later
was appointed as Governor aof tho
Island of Kauai. Tho noxt position
ho hold was Ministor of Finance
in tho roigu of Kalakaua. Ho was
also a mombor of tho Privy Coun
cil and a member of tho Legisla
ture. Ho was a descendant of an
ancient lino of aliis. Tho lato king
conferred on him tho ordors of Ka
mohameha, Kalakaua and Kapiolani.
Ho was a man of largo build. His
disposition was very gonial.
Mr. Kauoa suffered an attack of
paralysis a little t more than two
years ago, from which ho novor fully
recovered' Ho was of a religious
turn of miud during his last yoars
and hold sorvicos regularly ovory
Sunday at his home. Many a poor
uativo neoding help was succored
by him. Ho was generous to a fault.
Sorvicos will bo held at the house,
Koula, at 12 o'clock to-morrow. Tho
f uuoral will take placo at 2 o'clock
iu tho afternoon, tho interment be
ing in Kawaiahao comotory.
I H. B. M. S. NYMPHE.
, Sho Dropa In from Chili for a Fow
j Days Stay.
II. B. M. S. Nympho, Huntingford
commander, is lying at auchor in
naval row, on tho Ewa sido of tho
U. S. S. Philadelphia. Tho Nympho
arrived yesterday morning, 13 days
from Santiago, Chili. Tho sloop has
boou horo boforo and only comes on
a visit. Sho will proceed to Esqui
malt iu about two weoks. Follow
ing is a list of her officers:
Gcorgo Huntiiigford, commander;
Patrick M. Stowart, lioutonant; (N.)
Bertram M. Chambors, socoud lieu
tonaut; Ernest L. C. Muutz, third
lioutonant; Charles E. O. Webb,
paymaster: Robert S. S. Norgato,
chief engineer; Henry E. South,
surgeon; Thomas O, Jameson, as
sistant engineer; Georgo J. L.
Stroud, guuuer; .Richard J. Chapo,
boatswain (in lieu of sub-lieutouaut).