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VOL. IX. NO. 1308.
HONOLULU, II. I., MONDAY, APRIL 8, 18115.
.'KICK h CENTS.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
PRINTED AND TUDLISUED
EXCEPT SUffDW nV TUB
Dally Bnll&tlo Publishing Co., L'd ,
AT THE or'ICI,
126 320 flerctunt St., Honolulu, D. I. j
SUBSOBIPTION-Uix Dollars A Year,
Delivered in Honolulu at Kitty Or nth a
Month, In advance.
THE WEEEI BDLLSTi
At Foca Dollal a Ykb to Uwiuexttt.
and FtT( Dollars tn Korean Suhsurlhert.
payable In advance.
BOOK AHD JOB PRINTING
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VH DaIL? BULLITIE Ih printed HUl U11
llshed by the DtilyUulletm PuhlishlttK
Company, Liiulkil, nt Us office, Mer
chant street, Honolulu. Hawaiian lu. i
suds. Daniel Logan, editor, resides on
Alakon htroct, Honolulu, aforesaid.
Address letters (or the paper "Kdltvi
Bulletin," and rmslm-M If fieri- "Manaser
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company."
Using a personal address may cause delay
IMI-ORTE'RS AND DEALERS IK LCMBER AND
ALL KINDS OF DOILUINU MATERIALS.
Fort Street. Hoqolilln.
H. HAOKFELD 6, 00
General Commission Aoenth.
Oorner Fort and Queen btreets, Uuiiuinii.,
ntO. 8. 8MITHIEB
AUCTIONEER AND QkNERL BUSINESS AllENT.
Mahnkona, Kohala, Htm an.
Manufacturing Jeweler and Watch
maker. Knkal Jewelry a specialty, Particular
attention paid to all kinds ol repaint
Campbell Block, Merchant Street.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
Steam Engines, ScoAn Mills, Boilirs,
Coolers. Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Deicripiioii .MjiIh tt
Order. Particular attention paid ui Ship'
Hlacksmlthlng. Job Work xrut.l
Atlas Assurance Co.
H. W. SCHMTDT & SONS
Asent fur HHxllon T!nniN
Oity Oariuage Co.,
Corner Klnp and Bethel Hu.
- BOTH TELEPHONES U3
Fine Oarr taguH & Civil Drivers
To b't hail nt all hourn
J. . ANDIUDE,
in,su-t " WdTiapur
Consolidated Suaa Water Co,, L'd
Cor. Allbn Fori 8tc, Bonolnlu.
1055 f Apents
Look At This
i and Smiia
Fine oft Kid Button
'' Hoot, now diainoiid tip '!
; and Spanish arch, only ;;
Out ol. Sight I
; Elegant French Kid Ox-.'
j' ford, Pump solo, patent j
; back stay, for
FOR SAN MtANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
WIM, LEAVE HONOLULU
rOR THE AbOYE TORT ON
Saturday, April 13th,
AT J O'CLOCK P. M.
The undersigned are now prepared u
Issue Through Ticket a from this City to all
point In the United States.
tW For further particulars regarding
Freight or Pasemie. apply to
WM. (J. IKWIN A CO.. Lii.
130S Ui OnntTRl A pent
For Sale or Lease
-TiM. -: .
rpilE VALUABLE PKOPEItTY ON
X Queui) street known as ' John Bola
boU's." There nre Fivo Cottnces on the
property and room fur two or th ee morn.
A good investinmt for a jicrsou who can
giva personal attention to securing tenants
and collecting rents. For further parti,
culsre apply to .1. O. OAUTEK,
203 Merchant Btrrut.
Honolulu, April 3, 11)). 1301-lw
FOR SAT.E ,
HOUSE & LOT
Corner of Ueretunla and PeniucoU
streets, ojipoillo tho Ice Works.
W Innu're at Bum ktin OiUoe. j
DUltlNO MY ABSENT. FItOM THE
Httwnllun Minds, Mr Wii icr Al.
(II Ha id will attend to mid perform he
dutl h f President and Muuugo; of thu
tlrm of W. a. Irwin & Co , L d.
WM (. IllWIN.
I President and Manager Win 1. Irwin it
Honolulu, April 1, lb!C. 130!-2w
jij $2 60. I
Shoe Store. ji
Sequah Speaks and Acts
At 7:30 O'ciock.
WILL PLAY AT THE
Evening Lecture !
I KFor your own benefit,
j come, see, hear and judge for
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor
from USA w slius to find u home
wl h u private fii'Mily. Nuiiauu Vnllcv
p-et r'ed Hi faiences. Address "W M.,"
tnU ullluo. 130rt-:it
Ifyour iuhnariplion ha expired now
f a ffood Mine In rim it
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fkanoi.si.o, April 1.
Wheat rates at 85.3, two points
( lower than last yoar after tho March
Liurcato captured tho big stake at
tho Arkausas Derby. It was ouo
1 miln threofuloiiKsfor$200()Kuatnn.
Slosson challenges any man in tho
: roiiiitry for two billiaid matehos
1 next mouth.
Groat secrecy is ting manifested
by tho HorronhouN r.Kardiug tho
construction of tho yacht to dofond
tho America cup.
As soon n a war.-hip is availnblo,
PruHiduiit Cleveland will send a
cominisxioii to exainino tho route of
tho Xicamitua canal.
Coruoll University is certain to
send a ctow to England, tho requi
site. 57000 having btou quickly sub
scribed. Chief JuMico Fuller' daiightor U
to got a divorce without, coutost
There is ('linger that Taylors, tho
Carrolton, Miwniri, murderers, will
President Clevolaud hns received
an invitation from leading citizens
of Chicago, irrespective of party,
for n public reception to luiuHiif
and Mrs. Clovelanil, as an expression
of appreciation 0f tho Prejident's
steadiait insistonro on tho preserva
tion oi a ?oiui(i iiattoual currency
Four thousand coal minors aro
strike in Iowa
Tho iticomotrrx'awislii tliohands
of Chief JiiRtico Fuller. There aro
our Associates against mid three
for the constitutionality of the law.
If tho Chief Justice, who has not
revealed his mind to his colleagues,
sides with tho minority there will bo
a no aim mo law win sinmi.
Governor McKiulov and nartv
havo called on tho President iu
Utah's constitutional convention
will likely adopt woman suffrage by
a largo majority.
A Washington special to tho
Chronicle says Secretary Gresham
Is liable to retire from tho Cabinet
voluntarily before tho first of July.
It is hinted that, besides being weary
of tho oHice, Gresham is disappoint
ed at not being uphold iu a foreign
policy faiieh art would make h.ni
popular and a caudidato for tho
A NOLO AMKIIIOAN TUOOIILK FKAIIKD.
A Washington dispatch of the 1st
instant says tho Soeretary of State is
' very much concerned over tho Vene
It appears Ambassador liayard
has not succeeded in inducing the
British Government to submit tho
border dispute to arbitration.
Armed bodies of British and Vouo
zuelan troops aro pressing each
other closely in tho disputed terri
tory, and there may bo a hostile
clash at any moment.
Tho Administration has boon con
sidering the course to pursue iu such
a case, nud it is entirely probable
that if tho British persist in bring
ing about such a collision, by their
failure to heed tho repeated waru
iugs and requests of tho United
Slates to submit4tho matter to arbi
tration, tho United States will feel
obliged to follow tho moral aid it
has given to Venezuela iu this mat
ter by more substantial assistance.
Admiral Meado'Hsquudron was or
dered to sail from Kingston, Jama
jca, on Saturday for Colon. At tho
isthmus tho Mpindrou will comprise
tho cruisers New York, Minneapolis,
Columbia, Atlanta, Raleigh and Cin
cinnati. To tboso will soon bo added tho
Montgomery, which is about to s.iil
I for Havana. At tho same time tho
Rancor is about duo at Panama on
the Pacific hideof tho isthmus, wh'le
tho ponderous const dofous.) monitor
Monterey, whh-h has been oidnred
from California to Calho, Pom, w 11
htoojit Paiiaui-t for coil. Tun til ti
Jackets on vessels at Panama Iu Pa
cific waters ould quickly send ru
euforomieuts if thought desirable by
' way of the Panama Radroad to Ad.
mind Meade's squadron at Colon.
Tho vessels under Admiral Moado,
bfor 'ni)tn raltl, c.nrrjr i'lal
uiidiikIi in ouo liroaiiitiil, ns a navy
oflli'or Rrapliicnlly put it, to blow
tho wln)lt M(i.(niti roa into tho
iiiiriilli nf l,nk Nicaragua.
Thorn is no (Inula this liastouini;
of I ho itinerary of Admiral Ji.-ado
is c.-iiifed by ppwial ct'eriSt onhrs
which will moot liitn at Colon.
1L,9rH19r(,or' "' '' bo fafoly
Kiini'i-if. will diroot him to i-nnf
! floot as (itiioklv as noMibln ntul urn.
' coh1 at onco to Jllut-ltoltlp.
I Tliero woro oiilhusiastio tloinou
, slratioiiH of Gorman throughout
tho worlil in honor of HUinarck's
80lh birthday. Tho l'rineo adilro
od a largo body of studonts at Frio
doriohsriio, uiviui; lii- Mna of Oor
inauy's tru. poliov. Euipror Wil
liam toattod tlm Priucu nt a grand
Horbort Aquiih, JlouioSocrotary,
nnnouncod iu tho llnuru of Uoiu
moiiB that tho fr ah political prison
ors O'Callnghan ntul McCaun had
boon rohaorl. Kvh had survotl
twolvoyoars nf lit torm. O'Cnlla
ghau's oyoaih'ht (,'olny fait, Mr.
ARquilhinid,iud MeCann lias pafsud
his Fovontioth yoar.
Tho Parin Touipa doinauih an
1 apoloy to Franco from K-nrland
for rocuut. utloraiicci of Mr Edard
Gray and Jooph Ghaiiiboilnin.
A Brltibh roliof forotf of MOO men
ha crowed tho Afghan froutiur to
roi!no Mr Kcbirlnon, tho British
ajrotit at Chi'ral, whh'h in closoly
iuvcatcd by SVr Afziul.
Ainortvau mil way nouiirities aro
improviuj: in tin London uiatkot on
various ei'o of widening trndu
A pdlway voiiK9-i to inclitdu
Amoricaii u-ogatM i to bo lli in
Mexico and Guatoinala havo set-
tied their dispute, peacefully. It is
believod Guatemala will npologizo
and that indemnity to Mexico will
bo submitted to arbitration,
Work on tho Panama canal is
par.iU.-jd by a utriko. An attempt
to Hum mo city ol Uolou was frus
Till: CUIIAN IIKIIKI.UON.
It is rumored in Washington that
a prominent E'isturii shipbuilding
fu in has agreed to furnish tho
Cuban insurgents a torpedo boat at
an early day, which will bo used iu
destroying Spanish war vessels cruis
ing iu Cuban waters.
Owing to the dispatch of rein
forcements to Cuba, tho Spanish
Govornineut bus called out 20,000
men to complete tho ofToctivo
ctrMigth of tho army.
.Too Henderson, ox-Auditor of
Indiana, who lift" just returned from
Cuba, says tho intelligent Cubans
are anxious for independence.
O.V HOARD THE CRUISER,
Thousands of Hawaiians Visit Uho
The steam launches of tho U. S.
cruiser Philadelphia were kept busy
between tho hours of ouo and live
o'clock on Stturdny afternoon con
veying Hawaiian visitors on' board.
It was a varied crowd, including, bo
sides many in attractive holiday
attire, boys without shoes, mou with
out coats, men with lois, fat and
lean waliiuos. Each boat was loaded
to tho water's odco A good many
got wot, a Btdr breeze blowing
throughout tho day,
Tho visitors woro received at tho
gangway by orderlies and tho ship
was g'ven a thorough iuspetiou.
Tho nativos were much gratified
with tho opportunity given them,
and several took two trips. The
cruiser will bo thrown open to the
natives again on Saturday next. It
is estimated that moro than two
thousand visited her last Saturday.
Appropriated a Turtlo.
A Chinaman caught a small turtle
iu a taro patch belonging to an
elderly native at Niolopa this morn-
ieg. John took tho turtle to tho
fish marl el. to sell it. The owner of
tho taro patch Im"ipI admit it ami
hied hiuivlf to tho market, saw the
turtle, the only ouo tlin happened
to bo there, mid took it right in
front of the Cliiiiauiau'H eyes. Tho
; Chinaman fus-ed and fumed but the
old man would not give back tho
i turtle. The Chinaman appealed to
1 tho police, but got no satisfaction.