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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
S. S. Gnolio is oil port.
Seo card o Criterion shaving
Sugar is firm nt i 3-1G with a
The Alameda loaves for tho
Colonics at 7 p. m,
Co. 1, 0. G., is summoned to
moot Saturday night.
Now songs, now gags,at tho
minstrel bIiow tomorrow night.
Tho Portuguoso riot enses havo
boon sot for trial noxt Monday.
O'Farroll tho plumber loft by
tho Warrimoo for tho Colonies.
Chock Look, merchant tailor,
dyos clothes and makes thorn look
Tho band will play ottho Quoon's
hospital this afternoon from 5) to
Tho Tomplo of Fashion givoB
away a straw hat with every $3
Tho Third House will havo a
session this ovoning at American
Thoro will bo several changes
in tho program nt tho Jnpimoso
Mossrs. Estop and Vivas has
(been liconscd to practice in tho
Thoro will bo n gouoral meoting
of tho Kilohana Art Loaguo on
Tho aftorpieco Jtoraorrow night
at tho drill shod will havo now
Tho polico court was only in
session long enough to fine one
drunk this morning.
Tho last performance of Co. D
minstrels will tako placo tomorrow
night at tho drill shod.
Senators Bice and Wilcox wore
absent from tho Sonnto today.
They havo gone to Kauai.
Tho captain and ofTicors of tho
U. S. S. Adams aro holding thoir
weekly reception from 3 to G this
Tho timo of tho S. S. Australia's
noxt sailing honco has boon chang
cd from tho 15th to the lGth iust.
A report by tho steamer Keau
hou says that tho assistant sugar
boiler nt Kokaha had fatally poi
Tho work entitled "Turkey anfc
the Armonian Atrocities," recent
ly mentioned in tho Bulletin, is
for sale by tho Hawaiian News
J. V. Shaw has been appointed
Executivo Inspector of tho Board
of Inspectors of Animals for tho
port ot Honolulu, vice B. Schneid
Mrs. "William White, mother of
John 0. White, ox-Suporintoudont
of tho Honolulu Water Works,
died in Scotlnnd on" March 12,
aged 8G years.
Tho only gonuino Dr. Williams
Pink Pilte for Pale People have
tho namo in full on tho wrapper
and also on tho glass bottle. JDo
not accopt any othor, but insist
on the gonuino. Hollistor Drug
A warrant has been sworn out
bya Portuguese charging officor
Espinda with assault and battery
in connection with the recent riot.
Judging from tho appearance of
tho officer's head ho was tho ono
who got battered.
DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR
Makes Belter Bread and Pastry than
Any Other Known Brand.
Atk Your Grocer For It.
Tomorrow evening tho boys
will repeat last Saturday's per
formance with a few changes,
Tho past wook has boon spent in
rohoarsnls and ovorything is
down "pat." A new aftorpieco
will bo introduced entitled tho
"Coons' Picnic." Ono or two
now specialties will bo given that
will bo worth seeing. This per
formance will bo for tho benefit
of Co. D. exclusively. Tho seats
aro now on Balo nt Benson,
Smith & Co.'h drugstore, tho
pricos.Sl.00 aud 50 cents, and tho
box plan has boon so arrongod
that you will got the seats that
you purchase. Everything nbove
U. is $1.00 and back of that lottor
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
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TO HIS HOSES.
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on IIiikI TIio Wnr In Aft-let
Below and on pthor pages of
this issuo will bo found a sum
mary of tho latest important news
brought by tho stoamor Alameda
from San Francisco this morning:
A fast mail train is to bo put on
the Northern Pacific, to reduce
tho timo botwoon Portland and
Chicago by eight hours.
Tho Now Hampshire Republi
can Couvontion has named Ileoil
j nad McKiuloy as the first two
candidates to bo supported by
that State's delegation.
Tho coinmand of tho battleship
Oregon lies betweon Captain
Francis Cook nnd Captain Allen
Ives mado a ran of 200 in tho
18 inch balk lino billiard match
with Garnior in Now York.
President Cleveland has ap
pointed B. J. Franklin as Gov
ernor of Arizona to displace Gov
ernor Hughos. Tho lattor has ro
f used to givo up tho keys and re
cords until tho appointment of his
successor is confirmed. Ex-Gov-ornorCaniphell
of Ohio thinks tho
President has mado a mistake in
changing Govornors at this time,
as it will increaso tho dissonsion
among Democrats, whon both
parties aro seeking to havo Arizo
na admitted as a State.
John P. Sweonoy, ono of tho
best known racotrack sports on
tho Coast, was burned to death in
his residence at Carson, Nevada,
between 12 and 1 o'clock on tho
morning of April 1. Tho house
took firo and through some bung
ling tho firo dopartmontlot it burn.
Sweonoy was 45 years old, and
had mado and lost a dozen for
tunes on tho track. Ho owned
many good horses and among
As a result of numerous scan
dals connected with tho rovonuo
cutter licet on tho Pacific Coast,
Assistant Secretary Hamlin of tho
Treasury Department has just
issued five now general orders.
Tho first of these orders applies
to tho wino mess nnd is framed
for tho evident purpose of pre
venting drunkenness on board tho
ships. Wino and boor aro allow
ed only for tho officers, but no
hard liquors such as brandy and
Premier Bourgeois in tho
French Sonato on March 31 an
swered many questions, his roplios
being in substance as follows:
The 1'renoh Uovornmont had m
no way receded from tho attitude
of Franco toward Egypt, but the
Government could not go into do
tails at present, as negotiations
were still in progress with Great
He had received no official no
tification of tho appointment of
Sir Bobort Hart as Postmaster
General of China, in addition to
his post of Inspector General of
Customs. But should China do
cideto appoint, in a largo measure,
foreigners as ngonts for tho orga
nization of intornal administra
tion, tho French Government
would not fail to obtain for tho
French citizens a fair share.
The new Chinese loan was of
fered with tho guarantoo of tho
Russian Government; it has no
other security except tho-bnlanco
of tho customs revenue which is
rosorved as a guarantee for a pre
vious loan contracted by an En
glish company, nnd also for tho
ltussinn-Chinoso lonn of last year.
Tho Fronoh company, which has
noted in coucort with tho Russian
firms in this matter, could not
afford to grant to the Chinese
Govornmont tho conditions which
it demanded aud which woro
accepted by British and Gorman
Tho Chinese Govornmont novor
mado any promise on tho subject
of opening tho Si Kioug (West)
river to foreign navigation.
"Should the river bo opened, it
would not bo a privilogo reserved
to any ono nati6n, but Fronch
commerce, which is bo important
at Canton, whoro Lyons buys her
silk, would also tako advantago of
it. At all ovouts, tho French Gov
firiii,r , iltf fAttMJVfrr -iilferi'
Highest of . -ill iu Leavening Power. Latest U.S. Gov't Iloport.
ernment has received assurancos
tho rivor will not bo opened, un
less wo obtain at tho samo timo
for a French company tho con
cession of a railroad into China."
M. Bourgeois would not dis
cuss any declarations of tho
British Under Secretary of Stato,
Mr. Curzon, upon tho customs du
ties to bo established nt Madagas
car, until tho bill should como bc
foro tho house. Tho Fronch Gov
ernment had notified tho powers
that thoy had taken possession of
Madagascar. The great majority
of tho powers hnd acknowledged
their notification without com
ment. A Toulon dispatch of March 31
says: Orders havo boon received
to propnro a fleet of warships for
active service. Stores and am
munition aro being overhauled
and sent on board tho vo3sels to
bo propared for commission. All
naval officers on furlough havo
beon tolegraphod to rejoin thoir
ships immediutoly. Theso meas
ures aro bolioved to bo merely
precautionary rather than in
dicating tho probability of an out
break of hostilities. Tho Fronch
Mediterranean squadron is to bo
strengthened and tho second-class
cruiser Cecil has sailed on a
special mission to tho African
Aii Aincrlcnn l'rili"t Heeded ly tlin
J. W. Biddlo, Secretary and, in
the absence of Minister Torrill,
Chargo d' Affaires of tho Urited
States Legation at Constantinople,
has inudo a vigorous protest to the
Porto against tho action of the
Turkish Governor of Bitlis in
ordering the immediate arrest of
Mossrs. Colo and Knapp, Ameri
can missionaries; and ho accom
panied tho protest with a throat
to sever diplomatic relations with
tho Porto unless tho order of the
Government was revoked. Biddlo's
protest was indorsed by Sir Phi
lip Currie,tho British Embassador.
Tho Porto yielded to the protest
and gavo instructions to tho Gov
ernor of BitliB to permit Mr.
Knapp to remain in Bitlis. Tho
Governor was instructed in tho
caso of Mr. Colo to nllow that
gentleman to act as he pleases and
to perform missionary work with
out hindrance. It is regarded as
likely that tho action of the Gov
ernor of Bitlis was designed to
test tho American pulso.
In tho Houso of Commons Cur
zon, 'Parliamentary Secretary to
tho Foreign OHico, suid that con
sular reports received indicated
that thoro would probably bo a
renewal of the recent disordors in
parts of Asia Minor.
SUCOEHHl'UI. EVEHY WAY.
l'lrttOrclientrul Concert ofthc Y. M.
C. A. Orchestra.
Y. M. O. A. hall was completely
filled last night, on tho ocension
of tho first orchestral concert of
tho Y. M. O. A. orchestra. Tho
program opened with two selec
tions by tho full orchestra, a grand
raaroh and tho "Musical Dream,"
lsonmanu. This was followed by
a quartette consisting of: H. A.
Isonborg, 1st violin; W. A. Love,
second violin; W. M.Kcogh, viola,
and Wrny Taylor, 'cello. Othor
numbors played by tho full or
chestra woro tho ovorturo, "Tho
Tobani; dramatic ovorturo, Boyor,
and "Y. M. O. A. March," Wray
Taylor. Tho performers in every
instance played in excellont uni
son, showing tho painstaking na
ture of thoir practico. Thoro woro
some little failures of strings, but
nothing to mar tho general good
Ono of tho most delightful fea
tures of tho evening was tho sing
ing of Anuis Montague (Mrs.
Chas. Turner). She sang Juuck
or's song, "1 was dreaming," in
superb voice, nnd rccoiving a pro
longed oncoro responded thereto
with tho song, "It wa3 in tho
month of May. Oil lior second
appearance Miss Annis Montague
sang tho "Jowol Song" from FnuBt
in a style and manner enthralling
to tho audience. An oqually cor
dial oncoro to tho former ono was
her rownrd, and sho requited tho
appreciation by singing tho old
timo ballad, "Way down upon tho
Swnneo rivor," with strong but
well modulated pathos. Miss
Carrio Castlo was tho piano ac
companist, playing with hor uni
versally ndmircd skill.
Prof. A. B. In grills of Oahu
Collego sang "Lovoly Spring"
with great acceptance proving
himself n welcome acquisition to
Honolulu's vocal talont. W. A.
Lovo gavo a fino specimen of his
skill with tho bow, tho selection
being a sonata iu D by Haydn.
Miss Lovo accompanied him on
tho piano iu fino timo aud taste.
Mr. Koogh loodor of tho orches
tra, gavo ono of his always do
lighting clarionet solos, tho thorao
being "Romnnzn" by Mnttoi.
Tho Y. M. C. A. orchestra,
which was organized Inst Novom
bor, is composed as follows:
W M Kcogh, lcador; 1st violins,
W A Lovo, H A Isonborg, B L
Marx, J Hollander, B Potrio; 2d
violinB: Jos Mnrsdon,WEWnll,
O L SoronBon, J S Martin, A J
Derby; Cello: O Hcdoinnnn;
Doublo Bass: Wray Taylor;
Flutes: W I Warriuor, F A Pot
tor; Clarionet: T Olivo'Davies;
Cornets: It H Whiting, E J
Whipple; Trombone: H F Wich
man; Piano: W L Fletcher;
Tympani nnd Drums: O D Wil
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