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VOL. IX. NO. 1322.
HONOLULU, II. lM WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24. t8!5.
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Our stock of ;Spiing
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everybody to bo the finest
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und consiHtH of everything
Useful and Ornamental.
Our prices art moderate.
Jewelry in Bpccial designs
manufactured to order on
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'pHK VALUABI.K PKOP15HTV ON
X Q'leen btrcet known as John Boltt
boN'a." There are Five Cottaced on the
jimrwty anl rnom (ortwo or th c more
A go'd Invtatnu-nt (or a person who can
Klvo perHontl attention tn uorunng trnniiM
und collrrtlni,' rents. For further panl
cnlurs apply f J " OAKTKB,
llnnnlalu, April 3, 1 9.-. ISOI-lw
d. 1. HHAW, Projrlotor.
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Chotoe Liquors and Finu Boor
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'"mero( llerelaula and Pennacola
Mtivttf, cpjolt tlio lit Work.
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iiiin' typewriter would
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utcu' w.ilk (roiii iho train-AiMii:
rar. It hab Cook IIouu, Bath House and
(lood Hen llathltiL' llou eholo Uteimlh
mid Dishes are all complete. Knomn mnr
ho let with ImlhiiiK priv.luKCH, i( thn wholt
premises are not taken.
ltv ( the Hnnto. in town and HiihurlH
to l"t, (iuiiIkIumI and u lutnlslied,
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uATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Vancootbb, April 10.
I By H. 8. Warxlmooj
TUX ORIKNTAt, WAR.
Terrna of Peace Uelloved to ba Ar
ranged BttwouuChlnaaud Japan.
Tlio DHgotiatiouH warn rout inucd
nt Sli!inomki on April 10 lctwett)
Count Ito and Li Hiiiik Chnop, thn
I'tJtifMnttifo lafitinK two hour. Thri
nrt tuu dajn beforo thn armiatiYe
nould cloco. A diplomat in Wah
inton gives hi opinio i, l,isid on
hia "ipcricnco with Jntiantse and
Corwin, that tlie arrangiuouts nil!
nit i roinplxted boforn th) lnt '
d'i). Whon Japan pavoCorwa tlitco '
tiinntlM to Aitiiilwco in totlain uon
ditiotH, tlnru wa no reapotifo until
Iho day beforo tho tiuit ' up, and
t li"ii Corea wanted a dulaj, Inch was
It in roporbd that mntti out of
ijilit comlttioUHdHinandi'd lr China '
hitu bci'ii n'ri'cil to. Tint five in ist '
important Hums of iho treaty art lo-lii-vi'd
to lut at fi'llonf: lixtra-torri-tonal
rtliti for.lapau in China, but
not fr China tu Jnpan, tint indo
pcudoiit'it of I'ori'a, an iuduinnity of
about SOO.OOOOOO. ouciipatioii of
I'ort Arthur aud Woi hni Wui for J
tt'rui of oar!, and th ,,t(ion of tho
Inland of Fottii''a 'I'liico addition
hi ltnu liavo lit on t.dditl. which ant
iMiliitwii to rclatit to tradt. Which
of tint tnrins it in that is i-ttuxing tlut
dolay ia nut known.
.Mail adviri'D ray that all fo con
fusion in lVkitig and thn-Htuna to
t'ulminato in a panit. ScorfH of
cowardly oilier, fnaring the ap
proach of the Chines' army, nrt ap
plying for loavo to vitit fli.-k and
Two Aau'ricin ladiea wort aisault
cd iu IVking by noldiuri', wliilo the
Kttarda atatiourd for polieit duty
looked on and griuneil. Tho bun
bandit of the ladies e.utght tho of.
feuderit and beat them within au
inch of their lives. A guard of Hu
finn soldien was aft-rvard allovsed
to accompany tho ladies in their
Miinoniptntli.ttrt nn aaul tn m
alarmed, and may i uu Cleveland
W. Jonnini.'a Dernomit, tho well
luio.vn fashiou publisher and prohi
bitiouist, is dead.
Another suit to tett Iho validity
of the income tax was been brought.
Cnntnin Mahau is to tin r.!iv-l
of his cotumaud of the cruiser Chi
cago and asii;ned to special duty
at tho Naval War College.
The new American liner St. Paul
was launched from Cramp's ship
yard, Philadelphia, ou tho secoud
attempt. She stuck on the ways
when it was attempted so launch
her l.it mouth. She in a ai.tiir uliin
to tho St. Lotii, is of 10,700 tous
register and will accommodate about '
1500 paiseugera. j
William Court Gulley has been
elected Speaker of tho Uoiiro of
Commons by a majority of It. He
is a Liberal who supports Olnd- j
stono's Irish policy, aud the Pariiel-
lttosvout against his election.
Oscar Wilde's books havo b-en
withdrawn from tho publiu uue iu
tho Britibh Mufouni.
Ths Nicaragua Affair
It was stated nt tho British Ad
miralty, ou tho 10th, that no orders
had beou given to tho ships Jtoyal
Arthur and Wild Swan which would
warrant the statement publlslio. ,
that they wore to go to Corinto, Nio
aragun, to enforce the ultimatum of
Great Britain demanding 175,000 in
demnity for tho expulsiou of tho
British consular agent, Mr. llatch,
The San Francisco Chronicle of
tho 11th has a sensational report,
giving n rumor that the emitter
Olytupia's destination wan Nicara
gua instead of Santa Barbara, nud
that she was ".ooking fur trouble."
A telegrim iu another part of the
samo paper from Santa Barbara
i-nyi, however, that tho Olympia left,
there on tho 10th for Smugglers'
harbor, Santa Cruz island, for drill,
and returning tho next Tuesday
would remain during thn festival be
iug held there.
A large number of iiiMirgontS
were landed at the entrance to Ba
racoa, ou the north side of Cuba, by
n Britih fehoouer The vmo1 was
wffeked. hfr muster shot by Spa-ni-h
ildiVr, aud ber crew iinpri
siond. Tint ins-irgents fought their
way through th Spnoih troops,
seriously wounding 15 of the latter.
LEI Il.IMA CLUB
Ootcmittoes Appointed for the Pare
well Bill to Or. Orandall.
At a mnetiug of th Li tlinia
Club hold yestrrday eveoing at tho
Hawaiian Hotel, further ar ran fe
int nts v.cte maile for the farewell
dance to be given to J)r Crandnll
nt Independence Park to murioiv
evening. Au attractive program has
been prepared in nddtiou to tho
duiieiug. It will include in instru
meiitnl trio by I'rof. Orduay, Dr.
Craudall and i'hns. llciuioey. The
folloiving louiuiittees were appoint
ed at tho meeting:
Executive Committee W. A,
Wright, pie.'idftit; D. Kawauanakoa,
vieo-preMdeut; ,). L. Holt, Mciutary
and treasurer; A. K Joii", caterer;
C. W. Macfntl me. Uxor manager.
J-ceptiou -.1. S Walker, E A.
Williauii-, L. lo L. Ward, J Marion
Sun, II. M Whituey, Jr, and II. A.
Floor W. IT Wright, T. l Cum
min, II. F. D;itih'i, j, t. Hiiinbiirg,
J.O Cmtei,.lr, Win. II. ilelnerny.
H'tfroMinient C. A. Leg, Geo.
11. Augu-, S. P. Wnod.K.B J'orter,
W. D. -Mo Boyle. .1. U. .Icu.es.
Decoratim A K. ilurphy, W. A.
Wright, T. P. Cummin, I). Kbwa
nanakoa, H. A. llilen, W. S. N.
MATCH RAO. AHBAOET.
OeriUr WU1 Met
Tlie nwiiera and btckfrs of th
racers Silky, Center aud Nevada
met at the Club Slahlcb at uoou to
day to make arrangements for a
mitch race to take place on July 4L
It will be remembered Tom Hol
liuger, owner of Gerster, issued a
challenge in the Bullltin f r a raoo
with Nevada aud Silky for $5000
corner, the racers to pull the sama
weight as Gerster Tho backers cf
Nevada would not agree to this latl
provision and dropped out from the
raco. Tho backer of Silky was will
ing to abidu by tho provisions and
accepted tho challenge for &00 a
' side, mile hoaU, best three in five.
E. A. Mclnerny was appointed
stakeholder ami n forfeit of (250
was put up by tho owners of Silky
i ard Gender. The race ill come
; off ou July 1 at Kapiolaoi Park.
BLUFFJiD AN OFFICES.
A Political Prisoner Evicts the Qar4
on His OtUco.
V. V. Ahhford called at his om,
corner of Bethel and King streets,
yesterday afteruoon. OJHcor Ko-
nuini was iu charge of tho office,
Mr, Ashford went inside and stayod
several minutes. As ho was walking
out he told the oflicer that if he did-
n't walk out he'd bo locked iu, as ho
was going to faetou the door. Tho
i ollicer walked out as uuek as a lamb
and Mr. Ahhfotd locked the door.
Of course, tho man heard from his
superiors, und uext titno ho is
stationed iu charge of a olace, he
will stami his grouuu ami not bo
Petition for Amnr-tty
A putitiou was circulated at 10
o'clock yotordy morning prajiug
that amnesty be granted the politi
cal prisoners. By 5 o'clock iu tho
afternoon two hundred names had
b'-en allied to tl)Q petition. At 6
o'clock tho document was presented
to Pnsidout Dilo at his resilience.
Emma street. Tho riHlitiouers hoped
that it biug tho presiih nt's fifty
liret birthday the humble petition
would bo grauted. Tho President
replied tht he would Mihmit tlw
pttiitiou to the Cometh aud givo
his answer this afternoon
Tho rumor circulated thRt tho
paper aus for annex iliou i fabe.
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