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THE DAILY BT'LLFTIN. MARCH 25, J895
LATE FOREIGN HEWS.
Victoria, 15. C Maieli 1(5.
HVr S. S. M'o'frii.l
It in oxjHHjtciJ Mirtt Uu Dominion
Government ill inl rt"ii with a
renieiiinl outer in f vt of t lm Cat do
lie4J'''int Muiitob.i' iuHi-iui:t.:riaii
Iruim O'Brun, Jr, fm of James
O'Brien, tho mill oMiim el.illmitf
iiidiflwiLl of M-iutro.O, fin.l mrinr
in tlie bioUraut fnin o' ileimuth Si
III ll" U UI''llLr HI ill 1 iUrir'IMI IV
O'Brien, arr.-sled U-t night on1
a charge of ol,:ai....,g .i.ti..r under ,
faUe p elene,. , laid , ill- Quebec '
Bai.l The !.,,mv invoUed is
Tic utimliurof (ii'stiliitn families
in St. .Johu'i1, Newfo'indluod, is in
ere.'itibtg eveiy du. i'hern are about
VStH) (aui'liet' in St. .lolm'a and its
suburbs in distiehf, and p'porls
from iiianv country .1itiiit show
general oc&litiition. ConUiliJtions
of fx'd are being rce. ved from Sow
England as well as (J u.idn.
COIIMAL hUL.VTIOVS KKSTORI'D.
Tlie Central Xt'i correso ridunL
in Lili u Mtys tlie J t-i Lifli Minister
iu liio d- Juneiro lia-. been mi -cess-ful
in hii medial ion intwt-on Brazil
and Poitugal, Hint h e entetro has
boon renewed, and tl a' diplomatic
relit ions will be resile il soon. The
coolness between tie eouuT'es bo
gau when a l'ortuius tvarthip car
ried Admiral Da G.nuu un other
coiiKpicuiu-) iiijuirgniiirt tieyondthe
jurisdiction of the llmziimn Govern
ctiuvN revolt -Mi r .srrTr.Kssui) '
The Central ls'ei itpsP' udent ,
iu Madrid say: 1'rn cipher tele- ,
grams from Cubad tcoulir'ii i.lie
ollical htateinent lu.v tlie reb-lliou
1ms bi't-n virtually cru :i,d. .
Tnnii.i, Fia, ,1 .-c i 1 1. When '
the Ometto aniv, 1 this eveuing i
Inim Il.irana, a nuh was made for '
the passengers iu n.ue i of Cuban'
revolutionary now.'. Cuban, who
ha? coiuu on an imp taut nxi-.si. m,
tatetl that tho Vr v uial Govern-'
incut had b on or'i .ud and thst
GeiRT.il Marti had i a made Fio
visional IVesident. li ueral Gomez I
was made General iu-Chief. Tho ,
revolutionary a my, as now or
ganizod, consists of fi(KX) iufautry
and nooi) cavalry. Tne Oubaiis are
armed wih uiacln-it -s and niles,
while the Spanish fnce aro armed '
with nllei nud tho old-stylo sword,
which is very clumsy. j
Last Saturday a peace com minion
in behalf of the Government v sited ,
Muusilln, aud conferred with ine in
surgent commander, General Mav, '
with a view to inducing that fli r
and his command to lay down th. ir
arms aud take the oath of allegiance
to the Government, iu whieii case
they would be granted pardon.
They roturned unsuccessful aud
thoroughly disgusted. Gen. Mao
received Ilium courteously, listouod
to their arguments and granted
them an hour in which to leave camp
uuder penalty of being -hot. "Cuba
will be free from Spam-h mi-rule,"
said General Maso, ''for war will eu
dure teu years or longer if neces
sary." b'rom.Sant.i Clara, iu the ea-itern
part of the island, coiuo reports of i
geueinl uprising during ho past ten I
days. In Havana there are no sius ,
of rebellion, although d iriug Tux,
day night tho police qiietly ra d-d '
a house on St. Nicholas ntreeN ud .
confiscated a magazine of cartitdges
aud powder stored there. No ar
rests were made as the house had no
occupants at the time of the raid.
IiiiFlavatia up to the time uf the
departure of the Oliwtto no word
had been received regmding Hie fir
ing on the Colon-New Yom mail
steamer Alliance by a Spanish gun-
boat. "If tho outiago occurred, as t
there is no reason to doubt, from
tho statement of Captain Orojimru("
said a well-informed passenger, ''it
must have been the torpedo cruiser
JS novo JMnauii, wliicn Has been
painted black since being aligned i
to shore patrol duty." The Nuovo
Lspaua is wel -kuown ou the eaat I
co33t and is ouly capable of running i
1 lCIlOtS ail JlOlir, Which accounts
for the ease with which the Alliauco .
Jtumors have for sovoral days been .
circulated iu Tampa that a consign
ment of arms was on route to a Gulf I
port for roshipment to Cuba iu aid
of the Cuban insurrection, and that
a filibustering expeditiou would ru-!
ceivo t ho arms at this placo and sail
for Cuba. Edward Castlotou, evi
dently an American, tried to obtain
from the Spanish vice-consul at '
Tampa the cipher code and tho list j
of the cousul's secret service agents
iu Florida. He asked to have en
dorsed a pasj irt ho presented from
Now York to Cuba. His roquests
weie refused aud Cnsth ton was
shadowed. Ho chart t-ed a yacht
aud a schooner at Tampi, uhioh
woro watched without auything sus-
picioiH beitiR fourul, but the consul
hail Castlotou arrested bocauso he
thought hi? notion was otily strata
gem to cover his real luolivu.
After beiutf i released Castlolou
cnu(t n seiisstiou by shooting into
the Vice Conxul'fl ollico. Ho was ,
arrested and, after being fined 3,
j was taken in charge by the Stale.
In answer to an inquiry the. Spanish
Lojr.Viona Washington telegraphed
. that they know nothing about the
THE AIIMKNIAN ATH0CIT1KS.
London, March 10. The Daily
Telegraph ha a dispatch which was
teh-graphed from Kara yesterday,
snyiiig that a deputation of the aur-
riviUH of tlie S.iiout lnas.'aorcp,
, linvo appeared before tlie coiumfe
Biouerx of enquiry and have narrated
. . . .1 111
', 'holrt "V nt.. I,rt ltliry.
1 l"'.v pr-sen, awnt.-u statement
t,f which iholVlegraph will print a
"IV- I he statement mentions that
the cross and Bible were filing at
the feet of ait Armenian priest, who
was ordered to trainplu on them.
He refined aud thereupon the Turk
ish soldiers gouged out his tyes and
llung him into a pit with others who
were dying Of the U0O persons
who weie taken at tho same time
with the prieht only one, a merchant
named Avbk, escaped. He saved
himself iu mi almost iviraculous
manner. Tho corrcpoudeut says
th.v. tho statement has impressed ,
the delegates powerfully, but doos
not mention the day on which it was
Another dispatch dated at Kars.
esterday, gives tho testimony ol
Kurd who saw Turkish soldiers
take child ron by the feet aud dash
them against stones. "A Turkish
sergeant," says thndispatch, "bound
an old Armenian head downward to i
come branches aud slowly cut his
throat with an axe. The same Kurds
saw the "oldiers take pregnaut wo
men, oilVr bets on tho sex of tho
children, aud then cut the woman
open. The money was paid to the'
man who gues-cd "cur-cUy." i
The Telegraph will sa3' that t lias
received other details too horrible
for print. A third dispatch, dated
Kars. to-diiy, names 11 villages
which Turkish soldiers hivo burned, I
but doos not give the dates. These ,
fires have been recorded inthoevi-,
deuco before the commission.
CONSOLIDATION OF TIIK EMI'lllC.
London ucwspnpors comment up
on a speech de'ivered 1)3' Sir Charles
Tupper, Canadian High Commis
sioner, at tho Article Club on March
!)th. Sir Chailes said he was con
vinced that parliamentary confeder
ation was impracticable. The con
solidation or the union of the Em
pire was tho goal toward which
hopes should be directed. He was
sum that Newfoundland, would soon
joiu Canada. Ho expected the Aus
tralian Colonies and thou South Af
rica to follow 1 ho example Eot by the
WILL HE A DRITI3II LINE.
London, March 12. The Times to
morrow will say that it isnulhorized
to deny the assertion that Mr. James
E Huddart, tho promotor of the
now Canadian Pacific Steamship lino
to Australia, hid entered into any
nrraugemeut with the North Gorman-Lloyd.
The fundamental idea
of the proposed sorvico.'tho Times
will say, is that it shall bo au Im
perial enterprise and that the steamer-
running iu the line, shall be
B itish vessols commanded by Brit
ish ollicers aud mauued by British
ciews, so that if occasion should
ariso they would be available for
Briti-h naval purposes,
The Spanish cruNor Beina Jle
gento is supposed to have foundered
with 400 person on board. She was
sighted by tho steamer May fair from
Barcelona for Loudon, between Tn
rifa aud Capo Kspantcl. Tho war
ship had lost her funnel and bridge
anil was apparently in an unmanage
able condition. The captaiu of the
air did not think tho cruiser
could outride the storm that pre
How to Cure Rheumatism.
AlU00 Coos Co., Oiieoon, Nov. 10,
1893. I wish to inform you of the
proatgood Chamborlain's Pain Balm
Has dona my wife. She has been
troubled with rheumatism of tho
,, tl,l l,nlR fnr b!t ninnllm. ntul
has tried tnauy remedies prescribed
for that complaint, but found no re
lief until she used this Faiu Balm;
one bottle of which has completely
cured her. I tako pleasure in rocom
meuding it for that trouble. Yours
truly, C. A. Bulloiid. 50 cent and
?1.00 bottles. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith Si Co., ageuts for tho
A Single Cottage
At SI) Klunti street is to lot.
Apply on tlie 1'remUes.
The Misery Ucforo Taking
Tho Hopptnoca Af toiTeking
wt'itMsu nw.nrti i v ntAw
Ur. it. jr. r.tsUop
llummonton, X. 3.
" C. I. Tlood & Co., I.uucll, Mnss.i
"Dear .Sir j i Iliavo ticcn In poor health tct
SO or 23 ) earn, runt Imo been taking doctors'
medicines mora or lest nil tlio time. I t!IJ not
get much relief. Mjr lilnod was Innliml simps
and my ystem was nil run down. I thousht I
must die, but noticing tcvcral testimonial! In
tho papen In behalf of Hood's Barsaparllta I
boucht three liottlrs nnrt found that It did me so
much Rood thatl continual taking It. I uaj
without nppctltr. lilhfnlly s'epr, nnd hid ft
licndneho most nil tho tlmo. In fact I cannot
describe my t ccllnss. After ulnu ono bottlo of
llood'f SarsaparlUa I found It as dolns tno
much good and now I cannot prats tlio medt
clno too much for what It has done (or me. I
m a disabled soldier CD years old nnd svas af
Tlcted vittli many ailments, Including kidney,
bronchitis, nml catarrh. Mnee usIiik 0 bottles
of Hood's SarsapnrllU I nm like nnothcr man.
In fact I think Hood's RirsaiiarllU saved my
life." It. II. llisiioi'.lloz 400, Hatrunontou, N. J.
s) Hood's Plllo are prompt and emdent, yet
easy lu uitloiu Bold by all drusulsts. Sc.
Hobron Drug Co., iyd.,
Bole ArciUs for tlio i'einibllr of Ilnwnll.
yu In-ire It Is well to do m In c m
prnics whose roptlNtl:: 1imv built
upjli strung; funndiitlons.
O.Miipaiil-M reprowiitnl by John M.
Dowsivrr (Miccesor to llf lute O. U.
Ilurrur) linvo tnod nil the tests tie
ces'nry to lonvlnro any one Unit
ilitirctipllnl It mnplo nivl the prl"
clnlfs ujon wlilon t'jcy are governed,
nro paid promptly nml wlllinut nn
necessary dolais. The nsscts of a
company Is tlio hvtt prof ol Itsno
llillty niul nlillliy to pay losos. The
I'ct ulvcn wll satisfy even "The One
Hundredth Mn .."
The New York Life,
London & Lancashire Fire Insur
U. 6. Branch.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.,
U. 8. Branch.
Thames & Mersey Marine Insur
33 Policies for cithor Life,
Firo or Marino Insurance issued
in any of tlio abovo namod Com
panies at tlio lowes-t ralos and on
any of tho numerous plans ad
vertised. Your patronugo is so
licitod. JOHN M, DOWSRTT,
-Mcrclmnt Strctt, Honolulu.
A. B, G, BOHEMIAN BEER
American Brwlog Company, St. Louis.
10. For sale by
II." W. SCHMIDT & SONS.
X Family Driving
Horse, formerly owned
by John F. Dowlor. Is
now for Biile. Insneu- s
Hon ami terms may be hnd on apnllcot'on
tn "A. B.," care Copt. Warson, Mounted
Futrol, l'ollco SUtlon. 1287-lw
Daily Bulletin 60 cents per month.
Four gn-nt ruquisiti's of
Men's "Woaiiny Appaiol to
bu found in all the Suit
made by Johnston '& Sto
rey. Mr. Storey was for
some years one of the best
known etitters on the Coast,
consequently the best dress
ed men in town wear clothes
Johnston & Storey,
4 13 fort Street
Sbveial Cuttugts at Hoiierata Rentals:
F03 SALE OX FASY TERM I. !
Hoiio Lots, IU lutlc.M from Tost Olllee, on ,
nml near KIni; Btrcrt, n frw steps
beyond tlio Kaiiicliinirlia
M- This oilers n kooI vlinnro to S'cnre
HomosteadH Ht moiornto nrlces. Wltliuu i
n-xatlon assured In tlio nenr future, it
Himtio Lot so nu'tr tlie business renter
forms ono of tlie inot dcslrnblo Invest
incuts for a unMI sum of money.
. Corporhtlons or nnyono (leslrliii;
to Invest In LirKo Tracts of Suburban
IjxwX can bo accommodated nt rcntonablo
IlK'ures with Tree's of from 6, 10 to CO
lk I.nml on tlio otlier Iilnnds, in
Tracts suitable for a Dairy, Hk Hanuh or
Collee nnd Sisal l'lautatlon for sale or'
lease. Kmiittre of
12HJ-3IU K. M. NAKUINA.
C. DR. COXjUiIiTS,
Practical Carriage Trimmer
(Has no connection with any car
TOPS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Fenderx, Dashes, Siorm Aiirons, Etc.,
at Lowest l'osslblo Prices, and
Workmanship of the Host.
I usa First-class Material of my own Im
porting. Manufacturer o' all kinds of
Workshop 210 King Streot near Maunakea.
P. O. llox 41K1.
California Fruit Market
Corner King and Alakea Sis.
By Every Bt-nnier from San
Fresh Fruit, Oysters,
SMnioti, Poultry, Etc, Etc.
M. T. DONNE LL,
PATENTEE AND SOLE MANUFACTURES
New Patented Poi Strainer
All Orders or Communications
addressed to E. O. Hall &, Son, L'd.,
(who have them on sale), or to M. T.
Donnell, will receive prompt attention.
A. Family Hotel.
Per Day 2
Per Week 12
SPECIAL MONTHLY BATES.
The Uest of Attendance, the Best Situation
and the Flneat Meals in the City.
T. KR0DSE Proprietor.
HvStv tft Mt tit Vciftc flMriXtPiiv
Vftnptuu!' Star wtn lis
yroiuplt uttnt( to.
73ot& Telsphoncia lO.
And Liver Complaint
CURED BY USINO
Mr. T. J. CLUNE,
of ITnlkcrtlllo, 8. AuMrnlln, wrltoKl
"Six )cars iiri), I tinil nn ntlnrk of Itnllgos
tlnn nml Mvcr Cmiiplnlnt tli.it InslcU for
jvceksj I mh imalilo l lo niiy liaril work,
imil no nppctlln, roml ilMnsn-il mo, nnd I
suffered inucli from licnilaclie. My skin was
sallow and sli'Piidld not idio-Mi inc. T tried
socral rrnipilic) nml rmiiilti'il n doctor,
without olilnlnliiK ntiy relict j lln.illy. oiiool
my cu-itoiners rcroiiiiiienilril A)er' Harsap.v
r I fl.i j It lielped m frnni tlie first, In fact,
nfter taking six linttlcs I as completely
cured, nml could cat mi) thing und sleep llko
Has cured others, will euro you.
Mado li Dr. J.C. Ay cr Co., Lowell, Man.,U.t).A.
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents for the Kt-publlc uf Hawaii.
W. W. AMM&.
S2I truuai'.u Ctr-rf'.
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Wholesnln DrnlnrM In
Llanurs aii Mii Winn
General Chinese Merchandise
SUCH Al -
Nut Oils, Klce, Matting,
Uhlnese Silks, Teas, Ku-.
Earjluh and American Grocories
By Every Cnnt 8temi"t
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 147.
The Best Lnnch in Town.
Ttaai a,xid Oonts
AT ALL UOI7U.S
THB FINEST BRANDh OJ
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON HAND
EC. J. JNTOHiTE . 3Prop .
Regan Vapor & FaciQc Gas
Engines Launches !
THE BEST IN THE MARKET,
They rannnt b snrrarsed for motive
'SEND KOlt OATALOQUK-
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TI1TQ D A CPU ls l"')'1 n" fi'B t K. 0.
Agoncy, (il and in .Merchant's Exolianru,
San Francisco, Cull'ornla, where contiuuts
for advertising on he made for It.