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VOL. 1. NO. 193.
HONOLULU, H. I.. FRIDAY. JANUARY 'Hi' 189G.
'THE EVENING BULLETIN.
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BARON AND LIEUTENANT,
r.ccir.s i-oijnc ani tiie itat.ian
A Morj- of American Independence
mitl Otllclal Etiquette Irom tlio
United Slnles Capital.
Tho Washington Capital pub
lishes the following story of Lieu
tenant Lucion Young, the naval
officer who is not permitted to
publish his book on Hawaii, be
cause it is considered to reflect on
tho record of tho Olovolund ad
ministration, which will bo found
of intorest. Tho scono of tho in
cident hero related is laid during
tho Harrison tegimo, when Bcnja
miu F. Tracy was Secretary of
It was Lieutenant Young, ncr
cording to tho story, who a few
years ago offered to teach Buron
Fava, the Italian Embassador, a
lesson in Amorican manners. Tho
international cpieodo w.m tho re
quest made by the Emba3Sudor to
tho Secretary of tho Navy
for a roport upon a subject of
great importance to him, which
ho begged might bo dolivored the
same evoning, in order that he
could forward it to his Govern
ment in tho morning mail. Lieu
tennnt Young was detailed to pro
pure the information. Ho worked
all day and all the evening, with
only a sandwich and a cup of
coffee, excused himself from n
dinner party and from an engage
ment ho hod mntlo to tako somo
ladies to a ball. Tho memoran
dum was completed about mid
night, when he got a cab and
drovo to the Italian legation. It
was clo6pd and dark, und no one
answered his summons. Then ho
wont to Baron Fava's residence,
where ho was told that tho Em
bassador was dining out. Ho
wont to the houso whuro tho din
ner had boon given and leurned
that tho Baron was at tho ball
which he himself wanted to attend,
but found thero tho Buron had
left a few'minutos before. t
Then Young gave up tho search
and went to his club. Tho first
man he saw aftor entering tho
door was tho Italian Embassador
drinking wine with a party of
friends. Liouteimnt Young ap
proached him with a propor
salute and, after a fow words of
oxTJlanution, offered him tho
papers. Tho Buron haughtily de
"You impertinont follow," said
he; "why did you follow me all
over tho town? I am tho Embas
sador of Italy, nud I do my busi
ness at tho legation ofmy Govern
ment. You should have had tho
papors thore boloro I left this
afternoon. Instead of that you
disturb my frionds by entoring
thoir. houses and intrude upon my
club. I will repoit your imper
ii uenoe to tho Secretary of tho
Tho soa dog from Kentucky
waB veiy red in tho fnco by this
time, and mudo tho following re
marks: "You ungrateful old macaroni
chewing monkby tamor, I am u
member of this club and you aro
only a guest, but if you will como
out into the Btieot for fivo minutes
I will touch you a lesson in North
American mannors, Thero aro
tho papors I huvo spent fifteen
hours in propnring for you," and
ho throw them on tho tablo. "You
can tako thom or leavo thom, as
Tho Baron called upon Secre
tary Tracy the next day and oom
pluined that Lioutonant Young
had insulted him. ThoSecrotary
Bent for tho offender, who roluted
tho affair bb I have told it, in
cluding tho bonodiotion he had
pronounced. Tho Secretary had
pressing business in tho next
room for a few moments and when
ho recovered hitriHolf okod what
tho Embassador had to suggest.
Baron Fava domandod that tho
lioutonant bo reprimanded.
"Consider yourself reprimand
od," said the Secretary gruvoly,
nnd Lioutonant Young bowed and
loft the room.
SIXtj-flTo Death In Honolulu Dtirlili:
IitiM HI on til.
Agent Fioynold's monthly mor
tuary loport shows a totil of 05
deaths for Decombor or 10 less
than tho saino month last your.
Of thoso -29 were Hawaiians, 10
Ohiueso, 5 Portuguese, 3 Japan
ese, 5 British, A Amorican and 3
of othor nationalities.
The principal causos of death
wcro consumption 8, pneumonia
6, old ago S, whooping cough 5,
influenza 4, bronchitis 3, debility
4, fovor 3. Thero was ono death
from starvation, ono from a gun
shot wound und ono from loprosy.
Tho annual death rato por thou
sand for tho mouth was 27.80.
Iluud Concert Tonight.
This ovoning at 7:30 tho Ha
waiian band will play at tho hotel
out of complimont to tho expected
arrivals by tho Australia. Tho
following is tho program:
I Overture "Fra DIaYolo"...'. AuVer
i Murih "U S S Baltimore" (ncw)..SasU
3 Fantasia "Princess Air" Clarence
4 "HemluUceucts of Donizetti" Godfrey
5 Medley "Pleasant Memories" Beyer
0 WalU "Isabella" (uuw) Savasta
7 Fantasia "Darkles Dream" LaiHuj;
8 Dance "Darkles Jubilee" Wlcgand
Ciand Ariujr Onicern.
Tho newly olectod officers of
Geo. V. DeLong Post, No. 45, G.
A. H., woro duly installed last
night. Thoy wore: R Jay Greene,
post commander; L Adler, sonior
vico-commander; Fredoriok Sher
man, junior vico-oommander; Wm
McOuiidless, chaplain; W L Ea
ton, quartormastor; W F Wil
liams, officor of tho day; N B
Emorson, surgeon; L L LaPiorro,
adjutant; Urband Conkling, olli
cer of the guard.
The Amtrolla's Passeneern.
Following aro tho arrivals by
tho Australia today:
Bobt Aborcrombie, wife and
child, S M Ballou ond wifo, A H
Baoholdor, J A Buok, Dr F M
Orano, O M Cooko, Mrs O H Kn
eign and 2 ohildren, Judgo Wm
Foster, J H Fisher and wifo, Miss
I Fisher, StuflbrJ Hoapy, E A
Huber, C J Holdsworth and wifo,
B V Hoovor, wifo and child, Mrs
M L Hoover, Prof F A Hnnmor.
Wm J Kline, F M Lowis, Miss O
Moulder, Wm Marks, Mrs F E
Nichols and 3 ohildren, Miss
Nichols, J C Ohlandt, Miss Bus
Bell. J A Rodriguez, Miss M Sul
livan, O K Vim Horn. D V Wald
ron, Piof A F Zumloch and 10 in
F. M. Lowis roturued by today's
Prof. A. F. Zumloch, tho world
renowned mogician aud rival of
Hermann, was a passenger by tho
Tho trial of F. Smith, whoso
real nama is J. N. Buohauan, tho
passenger who brought a trunk on
tho Miowera with opium in the ful&o
bottom, took place this morning
and ended in his conviction. He
was sentenced to nine months im
prispnmont and a fine of $500.
Notice of appeal was given and
bail was Gxoa at $1500. Davis
and Humphreys wero defendant's
Possibly Judgo "Whiting will
take his scut on tho Supromo
Oourt Bonch tomorrow as Socond
Assooiato Justico. His promo
tion was mentioned na a fact by a
Minister to a Bulletin reporter
DIED BY HIS OWN HAND.
ANortn:it .iin,tiiii.'it op company
U C'OttMITS SUICIDE.
11 r Slinotlnc
the Top ol lfix limit
u sprliiKlli-ld little
About half-past eight o'clock
this morning another mombor of
Company G of tho Hawaiian Na
tional Guard put an end to his
oxistonco by shooting tho (op of
his head off. Tho means
adopted wcro oxactly similar
to thoso om ployed by tho
lato Captain ICuia. The suioido
placed tho ond of the barrel of
his Springfiold rillo in his mouth
and pulled tho trigger with his
foot. Previous to tho commission
of tho deed tho unfortunate man
had drossod himsolf in his full
uniform. Tho deed was commit
ted at his houso at ilonuaknha,
whoio he residod in ono of tho
residences owned by tho Qucon
Dowager. Tho deceasod was
alono in the houso at tho time,
but discovory of tho body was
mado by thoso attracted by the
report of tho rillo. From
the appoarance of tho body death
must havo boon instantnnoous.
Tho bull had ontored the roof of
tho mouth aud passod through
tlio brain, making its oxit on
thn top of tho hoad.
Thr doceaBod was gonorally
known as "Louis," but Ins truo
mime wan Oliva Olna, and his
age between 30 and 35.
Comnr Hitchcock was noti
fied immediately on tho disoovory
of tho body nnd impaneled a
jury, which proceeded to tho
hoiiBO acd viowed tho body, aftor
which the inquest was postponed
until 1:30 p. m.
Tho inquest was in progress this
THE hTRATIINEVIS IS SAVED.
by the Ntcnni Collier
Seattle (Wash.), Docomber
25. Tho Strathnevia is savod.
That wna le good news that was
brought to this city by Captain
O.T. Bailoy of tho tug Tyee 'to
night. Tho peoplo on board tho
long-lost stoitmor nre all well,
and tho ship is in good condition,
with tho exooplion of tho broken
wheol that disabled hor.
Tho Strathnovis was pioked np
a wook ago Monday morning by
tho Australian stoamship Mio
weru, hound for Australia, forty
nino miles southwest of Capo
Flattery. The Miowera took the
disablod ship ip tow for fivo dayu.
Thoy journeyed along togethor
until within 'fifty miles of Capo
Flattery, when a strong westerly
gulo was encountered, during
which tho haw 8nr pnrtotl. Tho
Miowera was unablo to pick bor
Tho Strathnovis then drifted to
Destruction island whore alio
anchored last Mondny morning,
and whom sho lay until TuoBday,
whou sho was picked up by tho
Mineolu, a Southern Pacific col
lier, on her way from Tuooma to
Tho Minoola and her tow pass
ed in by Capo Flattery this morn
ing as far as Baoe rooks, where
tho hawser was par tod. It took
four hours to pick hor up again,
during whioh tho tug Tyco, Cup
tain Bailey, stood by to givo as
sistance if needed.
It was expeoted that the Mino
ola and hor tow would reach Port
Town Bond at 11 o'olock tonight.
The Struthnevia has gone through
a succossion of sevoro storms
during tho past woek, but has
woathorod thom all without mis
hap. Tho broaking of hor wheel,
tho accident that has cuusod her
to drift about on the ocean for
so long, is hor injury. Tho people
on board, although all well, huvo.
according to Captain Bailey, hod
a very hard time and will bo de
lighted when thoy can set foot on
firm ground oticn moro.
Tho Stiathnevis loft Tucoma
October 12th for Yokohama and
i commanded by Capttin Puttie.
Sh-j curried 2000 tons of general
freight, and had on board besides
tho crew 125 Chinese passongors.
Tho stottmships Miowera and
Miuoola both formally libolod
tho stonmor Strathnovis for sal
vage, oaoh for $150,000. Tho lat
ter sots out tho circumstances up
on whioh hor olaim is based, but
tho former resorves tho privilege
of giving a bill of particulars
whon tho Miowera roturus to
Tho Strathnovis had a narrow
escapo from being wrecked while
being towed from Port Townsend.
Two largo tugs wore towing hor
whon sho became nnmunugcublo
in a squall. Had not tho tug Soa
Lion rushod to tho rescuo with
now hawsorB, tho old ono having
parted, it is quito probable that
sho would havo drifted nslioro.
VAVdKEI MY TIIE QUEEN.
Victoria's Chief Gillie ! Allowed
Urn n y Uiiiintiul Iilvllcsc.
Two thousand, dollars a yoar,
everything found, and presents to
tho tuno of about $5000 a yoar,
conBtituto tho valuo of tho post of
cluof gillio, or Highland atten
dant, to Quoon Victoria, which
bus beon conferred upon William
Brown, a nophow of tho famous
John Brown. Although tho offico
is that of a menial, yot it is ono
of such importance that tho entire
court has boon in a stato of ox
oitoraont over tho matter.
This is attributablo to tho fact
that servants of tho class of Wil
liam Brown and of tho German
yeagors in attendance on tho
royal family are permitted far
more froodom of speeoh than
courtiors awl nobles. Tho dis
tanco betweon tho sovoreign and
tho monial is bo groat that sho
feols thnt Bho oan afford to mani
fest a familiarity toward him
whioh she could not pormit hor
self to accord to persons of a
highor rank in society without
danger of their presuming thoro
on. It would bo difficult to dofino
tho duties of gillio. whioh John
Brown fulfilled, nnd upon which
his nophow bus now ontored. Thoy
consist in boing at tho Queen's
hand from the moment sho arises
until sho retires at night. Ho
stands behind hor ohair at break
fast, taking tho things from tho
sorvnnts and himself handing
them to her. Ho walks beside
hor donkoy oarriugo whon she
drives down to Frogmoro to at
tend to tbo dispntchos and public
Ho Bits in tho rumble of bor
carriago whon sho drives out in
tlio afternoon, and, assisted by
ono of hor Indian attondunts, lifts
hor in and out of tho vohiolo, He
supports hor when sho wulks uny
distunoe, and in tho oarly days of
hor widowhood, whon she usod to
undertake mountain oxoursions
in Scotland, it was John Brown
who carried hor in his urms
aoross streams and difficult pluces.
Sonator Mitchell says tho bond
bill will bo reported to tho Sftnato
first, and that tho doboto upon it
will consume at loast sixty days,
whon it will go baok to tho Houso
with & silvor ridor. It is gen
erally boliovod that tho President
will veto tbo meusuro with or
without a eilyor ridor.
Tho gold rosorve is still falling,
and approunhos tho sixty million
LATEST FOREIGN NEWi,
U.tiriCn STATES ,C9WIISSION
Tu' or Thtev
Tnlk mid Then lit.
By tho etoiunor Australia- foe
following ititelligonco, up to'tHB
including hist Saturday, hoH been:
THE VENEZUELAN QUESTION.
Washington', December 27.
Tho President lias invited RiS
nrd H. Alvoy of Maryland. ltk
proiout Chiof Justico of tho
cuutly crcatod Court of Apau&t
of tho District of ColumbiaTfe,
servo as a member of tho Venac&
olan Commission. Judgo Alte.
wiiuo as ins uoinoin rib gerstova,
Md., for the Christmas holidtge,
received an invitation to calL aft
tho Whlto House on ltnnnrlAaM.'
business. Yostordav ho camk
Washington nnd had a long osa
sultutiou with tho President, u
during his visit the placo on t&e
Commission was touderod ItW,
Ho now has tho matter under ea
eidoration, ond it is probable tfetf
ho will accept.
Judgo Alvoy, although wolla
vnnced in yoars, is regirdod n
ono of tho oblost lawyers in life
part of tho country. Ho was ap
pointed Chiof Justico by Pr
dont Clovoland soon aftor tho Uk
croating the Court of Appealsfar
tho Distriot of Columbia ns
passod, nnd tho warmost frieocB
ship has over since oxiBted be
GnssiuB M. Clay of Kontuefcj,,
now 84- years old. tho famous abo
litionist and Minister to Rus
under Lincoln, has propose!
plan to wipo out tho British Em
pire. Part of it is to have Busae.
and Turkey attaok Groat BriUac
in tho rear.
Lidy Honry Somerset, vice pre
sident, has sent a cablegram c
Miss Francos E. Willard, pwst
dont World's Woman's ChristluG
Tomporauco Union, contain&qr
a prayer for peace between Uus
A Gorman paper has a speefaS
dispatch from St. Petersburg.wjt
ingtho United States has In
sounding Russia rogarding Ike
disputo with England and busra
coivod tho most fuvorablo rey(j,
A rocont interviow with Iioberfl
T. Lincoln oonoludos. "I bolkw.
in tho Monroe dootrino in conaa
tion with the) Venezuelan tns.
bles, provided this Govornmou w
prepared to onforce it.''
New Youk, Decembor 28...
speciul to tho World from Cfjr&
cub says: All tho Latin-Atuw-icun
republics, it is said, aro ir A
secret league and will join Veu
zuola, it is expooted, in case
war against England. Colom ts
has responded to Venezuela's
quest, it is whispered, by pr r
ising to contribute 200,000 trotj
nnd agrooing to givo tho BriWfr'
Minister hiB passports unless K.y
land consents to submit f
Guiana question to nrbitratioi
Brazil is to send 100,000 u
armed nnd equipped. Mexiou m
counted upon to aid with a II v. .
By calling tint hor militia V
zuela ouu placo 250,000 raei
tho field. Tho Venezuelan I
eign Oilico is very active. It wtlt
soud immediately eitrc onvoysfin
all parts of the world.
A great com motion has b-snr.
caused by a rumor that tho LruV
ish Minister to Colombia ii
been uttaoked by tho peoplo sIJ
Bogota; that England had ttitir
manded 500,000 (2,500,000) v
domnity thero, and that Gturt
Britain will bold tho Oolomb Jt
oustom-houflo until tho amount w
New Yobk, December 24. -Jtk
special to the World from W---
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