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MAUNALOA IN t ERUPJ10N.
itri.cniMA i'oitr:i I'Asr vtii.jpyir.s
tie v;iniu: ASu'i'Mftv
Tin- I riipMixiiCO" I'lnliilr lloVcru
Iri'tti LhIihIiih, Oiii- Ifutitlrnd nnd
Mlxi' Itlllcit Awny. '
Tho steamer Kinnu, wliich nr
rived from Hawaii this morning,
brought tho wolcomo nows that
Mauunloa was again in eruption.
Aropresontativaof tho Bulletin
nt onco interviewed Representa
tive Ry croft and ox-Marshal
Hitchcock, passengers by tho
steamer, and obtained from them
tho following particulars of tho
outbrenk, which they are especial
ly qualified to givo from long
acquaintnnco with tho locality:
Marshal Hitchcock said nothing
was known of tho outbreak "when
tho vessol loft Hilo. A,t Mnhuko
na on Monday evening intel
ligence had been received by
tolophono of a very heavy earth
quake bIiocIc in Kona and Knit.
"When tho Kinau reached Knwai
hite fire ivtid viuiblu on the auni
niit of Mnunalon, but it was sup-
Eosed to bo caused by burning
rush. On getting out to sea,
however, a column of Uftmo was
seen, tho dimensions of wjuch loft
no doubt of its origin. All day
yesterday an imruonso column of
black smoko ascended from tho
summit of Maunaloa which was
plainly visible from tho deck of
tho stoamer at Lnhaina, a distanco
of 1G0 miles. Leaving Lahaiua
Inst night tho passengers on tho
Kinau could plainly boo tho im
mense column of llamo shooting
out of tho very sum
mit of tho mountain, 13,000
foot ubovo tho sea level, and
it was a most magnificent eight,
far exceeding in grandeur tho pic
tures of Vesuvius in eruption
with which ovoryono is familiar.
Mi. Hitchcock has no doubt this
eruption comes from tho mnin
summit crntcr, which was last in
eruption in 1874. At that timo
although thoro was a continuous
ilow of lava for some time, tho
eruption had nothing liko tho gran
dour and oxtontof tho present one.
In Unit instance tho lava disap
peared in cracks of tho earth and
wont no ouo know whore and thoro
wnB little to boo oxcopt on tho
spot. Now the wholo Bummit of
tho mountain seems to bo in
eruption, but whether tho lava has
commenced to How or not cannot
bo ascertained. Should it do so,
it will run out.of the crator on the
Kau Bido and llow liko a river
down tho eteop mountain sido in
to tho ocenu, and tho view from
tho ocean at night will be ouo of
RobortRy croft coincided with nil
that Mr. Hitchcock said about tho
eruption. Tho grent ovorJlow of
1887, which lasted four days, dur
ing which special fefoamors woro
dispatched with sightseers from
Honolulu most of whom arrived
too lato to bco tho'oruptiou, took
place at n point on tho sido of tho
big mountain, about SOOU feet
nbovo tho bun level, known an tho
crater of Mokuawooweo. According
to tho consensus of opinion of tho
Kiunu's passengers tho present
eruption is from thoiimiiibuimnit,
still 5000 foot highor.
Homo idea of tho magni
tude of tho present oruption
may bt. gained by a comparison
imulo to tho writor by Mr. Jty
croft, who hayti that tho Kilauoa
volcano cum pared with tho present
outbreak lool; like a ilto in a
hluckmuith'H foinuc If so, all
Honolulu will be nocking to viow
tho imignillcuut tipoctuelo uu tlio
summit of Mnunalon.
At hud I'lKftidniitUlnvitlRiiil m
Inkoii iujUdii in holiuir of (Jiilm,
lln Iiiih iiimlu loWimln 11 foniml
liitiiKwIlliin llmt tho qoikI nltluiw
of tliB Unitwl Mtului uo MWpUtl
nmllHliui) lnitwtMii) tlmt ouuii'
ry ami hur rlillluH ouluwy hi
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
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u::u:i in iiavaaa.
HIor AttilHId 1liiiinr Uon Hy
AmcrlciiiiH In Orccrc Krniii-a Culli
I'or Knrnpoii Actl.iitlii Turkey.
In tho iinul heats of tho Olym
pian games in Athens, Grooco
held April 10, fivo firsts woro won
by Americans as follows: Thouins
E. Burko, Boston, 100 metres
dash,12 l-5second8.Ellory H.Clark,
Harvard, high jumi), ovor 5 feet
11 inches,Gnrrott of Princeton and
Connolly of Boston tying for sec
ond placo. Thomas P. Curtis, Bos
ton, hurdle men, 100 motors (121,
299 yards), 17 3-5 seconds, Gould
ing tho English champion second.
)Y. "W. Hoyt, Boston, polo vault
ing, ovor 10 foot G inches, A. O.
Tyler of Princeton second. Tho
brothers Paine won tho riile and
revolver shooting contest.
General Oliver, near Camaju
ani, Snnta Clara, had a sovero en
gagement with GOO insurgents un
der Joso Gonzales, tho colored
loader, resulting in tho defeat of
tho insurgonts with a loss of
thirty killed and many wounded.
Tho troops lost fifteen killed and
Tho anti-American agitation has
been rouowed in Vnloncin, Spain.
Spanish ministerial orgaus, dis
I cussing tho declarations of Sa
1 gasta, doclaro that on thoquostion
of Cuba everything except separ
ation or independence has boon
Tho U. S. House commit too on
appropriations recommends $11,
384,000 for national defenses.
Chairman Harrity of tho Nation
al Democratic Committee urges
tho nomination of ox-Governor
Pattison of Ponnsylvnuia for
Col. John A. Cockorill, tho fam
ous American journalist, died sud
denly of npoploxy at Cairo, Egypt.
Ho had been in tho Orient report
ing tho China-Japan wur nnd its
sequels for tho Now York Hornld.
A native of Ohio, ho was fifty-ouo
years of ago.
John Hayes, postmnster of
Puonto, Cnl., was fatally shot by
two masked robbers, living long
enough to givo an account of tho
Bloodshed is feared on tho Cdl
umbia river, Washington, over a
disputo between tho fishermen nnd
tanners. Tho govornor hnssout
militia to tho mouth of the rivor.
Mrs. Stanford's representatives
at tho annual election of tho
Southern Pncific Company refus
ed to voto for tho ro-oloction of
Collis P. Huntington for proBi
dont. That lady wanted General
Thomas H. Hubbard, ono of her
representatives. 'Win. Crocker al
so refused to vote for Huntington.
Tho Paris Matin, roferring to
tho proposal of tho Sultan to ex
pel uU the Catholic and Protest
nnt missionaries from Asia Mi
nor, snys that tho Turkish Gov
ernment has deceived Europo as
to tho causes and extant of tho
nmsHnci'oH and calls upon Europo
to "end an era of misorv and nre-
! vont the recurrence of savagery."
.lll'l(l)i:ili:il IN IIAVAMA.
Hiiiiim (hut Cuiiniil'CtMioriil Ulllliuii"
IIiik liciiii Klllril,
Nuw Yoiik, X. Y., April 10. A
special cnblo to tho llorald from
lhunor is current horo in tho
enfes mid Hlruets that CoiibuI-Goii-
urnl WilliiuiiH Iiiih boon murdared
in Uiiviina nnd his bodydrnggod
through tho NtrootH, lAuitouiMiit
pravaiU tliioiiL'hout the city hi
(MiiiHoqimin'o of thin I'Hport, but
lliti iiutlmiitiiM Iiuyo no luuiwlwlmi
nl' niiy nuuIi nvuut.
Jt fit bIwi ruiuoi'Ml Uml Mii'oo
In (JuihI, hihI tlmt In thu Ulllu
I'Mtapl'iy ill wlmk liwt AUU m9
m oouttnimtlun ur ilmm rpuf
ait) ) wbUininl lirt,
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
norii iiolsk.h nutiit vi:itvMioitr
Tlip PritpoKlllon to I'nx tlic Ini'niuri
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III llio Hoiintr.
Fiftieth Day, Aran. 21st.
Tho Sonato oponed at tho usual
.hour this morning, vice-president
Kauhano occupying the chnir.
Af tor tho open preliminaries Min
ister King announced that tho
Presidont hnd signed tho bill for
tho roliof of tho Hilo Library and
Ministor Damon introduced a
bill appropriating $10,000 for addi
tional expenses of tho Legislature,
tho first appropriation of $15,000
boing nearly oxhausted. Read
first and second timos nnd referred
to tho Finnnco Committee.
Senator McCaudless presented
tho following question to tho Min
lBtor of tho Interior:
"Will you plcaBO furnish mo
with a list of all persons living
out of this country who have
shares in corporations doing busi
ness in this country, tho namo of
tho company, the number of shares
they hold nnd tho amount of divid
ends thoy rocoived last year ac
cording to tho returns in your
Sonato Bill No. 30, ropealing
Sections 1330 and 1331 of tho
Civil Codo rolating to distribution
of property in cases of divorco for
adultery, was takon up on tho
third reading and passed unani
mously. Sountor Lyman moved that tho
voto of yestorday on tho proposi
tion to tnx tho incomes of absen
tees bo reconsidored.
Senator Brown said ho had
thought a good deal about tho
matter siuco tho voto wus tuken
yestorday. Ho had learned Mint
an income tax bill hnd been intro
duced in the lower House. Tho
Internal Taxos bill would also bo
before tho samo body in a day or
two and tho question which it wns
sought to roconsidor would suroly
bo olnboratoly gono into by tho
Roprcsontatives. Ho was in favor
of tho principle of taxing tho
revenues of absentees but had
votod against it yesterday becauso
ho thought discussion in the
Sonato was promnturo and would
delay tho presentation of tho Tax
bill to tho Houso.
Senator Lymnn held much tho
samo viows on tho subject ns tho
previous fcpeukor. Ho inado tho
motion uudor tho rules in caso a
reconsideration of tho vote was
doomed desirablo. Ho thought
tho priuciplo embodied was cor
rect but it was not fair to ask tho
Senate to voto on it without mat
Senator McCandloss differed
from tho previous speakors. Ho
thought that tho matter being uu
dor discussion in tho lower Jiouso
should bo an nrgumout to discuss
it horo, so that tho Representa
tives inigUt havo tho benefit of tho
arguments advanced on either
sido. Ho wns of opinion that this
was a very opportune time for a
freo and full discussion on tho
merits of tho proposition, especial
ly as the Sonato had abundanco of
timo at its disposal.
Senator Brown said to bring the
matter up now would delay tho
discussion on the lutornnl Taxes
bill in tho House for at leant two
weoks more. Thoro was
no ronson why the Tnx bill
could not bo wont down
nt onco no that tho 1 louse could
gut to work uu it, If lliu Soiiutu
wanted In tax tho immimiH of ah-
HUlltttOM l"t II MIHtl'lllll hill liit
IiioukIiI in for that imii'ikku wlimi
Mid iiiiillni' would lio linfoni tlio
StiiiHte In h diNhilti mImim).
1 ThtJ Attuiuuy-tlunuittl Ihuuuht
t!i iHillwr ntwHibl m UiortHwhly
ouiiaitbwtti Hi It uu ut th HliiMl
Senator Lymnn finally withdrow
tho motion to reconsider with tho
understanding that a bill Bhould
Tho Senate thou ndjoumed.
Fiftieth Day, Ait.ii. 22.
HOUSE OF ItEI'ltESENTATlVES. ..
A communication was rocoived
from the Senate, stating that tho
Senato did not concur in certain
items in the Appropriation bill
for salaries and pay rolls, as pass
ed by tho House, and uokiug forn
conference committee on eucb.
items. Tho items nre ns follows:.;
Sahry deputy marshal, S3G00; ,
additional to do., S100; Balary de
puty sheriff Hawaii, $3000; salary
doputy sheriff Mnui, $2400; pay of
polico Kauai, $13,000; jailorB,
guards and hums of prisons, $50,
000; salary secretary and Bub
ngont fifth land district, $-1200;.
additional to do., $100; first assist
ant clork Interior, $-1000; addi
tional thereto, $33.32; second as
sistant clerk do., $3000; additional
thereto, $100; third assistant clork
do., '$2040; clork of lnnd records
and copying patents, $1800; do
puty registrar and coyyist of con
veyances, $3000; additional there
to, $100; road supervisor, Hono
lulu, $1200; additional theroto.
$100; electric light rogulnr pay
roll, !5r.i,UJJU, and additional S2UU.
Tho Sonato aho transmitted a
bill that had passed third reading
in that body, to nmond tho patent
law, and announced its passage of
tho House bill to punish libidin
A petition from Hilo, presented
by Rep. Knmauoha, that native
school teachers be retained, wns
roforred to tho education com
mittee. Tho bill amending tho law re
lating to pounds and estrays pass
ed third reading unanimously.
Sonato bill for amending tho
fireliinita of Honolulu was road a .
first timo and roforred to comniit
tco on commerce. Sonato bill for
amending tho patontluw was read
a first timo nnd roforred to the
A communication from the
Sonato transmitted a hill, that hud
passed third reading thoro, rela
ting to property of divorced por
bous. It was read by titlo nnd
roforred to tho judiciary commit
tee. Speaker Nnono appointed Rops.
Robertson, Knmauoha and Ryorof t
as tho oonferonco committee on
items in tho Appropriation bill
not concurred in by tho Sonato.
Rep. Kamauoha said ho
understood that tho chair
man of tho commorco committeo
hnd invited the members of tho
Houso to a conference on tho
licenso bill from tho Senate. Ho
thoiiL'ht thov mifht ns well con
sider the bill in committeo of tho
Rop. Winston, chairman of that
committee, denied that a general
invitation had boon givon, but ho
had only stated ho should liko to
havo tho viows of iuombors.
Ministor Coopor gave notice of
a bill to amond Article G3 of tho
Constitution rolativo to tho titles
Adjourned nt 11:5.
II. H. Holmes, awaiting execu
tion at Philadelphia, has confess
ed twoiity-Muvnu murders lie com
mitted for gain.
Govornor Budd of California
will take Btops to compel the
Bank Commissioners to report on
tlio condition of banks on March 1,
Oregon Republicans in conven
tion declare for both gold ftud
silver, nnd instruct their delegates
to support McKinloy.
A duel was fought on April 10
near Potsdam, Uorinnny, with
pistolri botwoun Bnron von
.Sohruder, Mastor of Coruiuonluii .
nt tho I'l'iiHsiau court, ami Count
ho llrouht von Kot.u, who wiih
formerly Court Ohu'iiibiuluiii.
Huron von Bchradur wiih fatally
wounded in tlui Htonuioli.
In Kt. I'nloi'Hlmi'if ovnrv bioyoljril
jm ohllgml o linvn ull'xml (0 the
Imultof tin iimuliliH 11 instill nlntn,
hi tthinU Ilia rttuLUtrikl numhnVL
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