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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS,
rents ov iNn:iti:sr prosi aci,
iii'in or tiii: woiti.D.
Anilr lu 'Culm Tho Krltluli nnd tho
JTIutiibcIrn NoCnblo roatlia-Tlio
John D. nnd Adolpli Sprockols
havo bought half; tho San Fran
cisco nnd San Mateo Eloctrio
Thirty-one sick cows belonging
to tho Almshouso wore killed by
San Francisco authorities. Thoy
..Wro aillietod Tfith hibercufosis,
Governor Bradley had -things
all his own way in the Eepublican
convention at Louisville, Ky., on
Tho Renublican nonvnnfinn in
Maine instructed its delegates for
Eoed. New Jersey wont to Mo
Kiuley. Hon. J. Do Barth Shorb, a pro
minent I)omocratio, politician of
uainorma, uioa on April HJth.
Dennis Spencer, a loading Dem
ocrat, lawyer and politician of
Napa, Oal., is dead.
Judge B. F. Dennison of Olym
pia, an able lawyer and for many
years Chief Justice of Washing
ton, died in Seattlo on tho 17th.
Edwin Pardridgo of tho Board
of Trade linn of C- W. & E.
Purd ridge, tho jofgniug king of
pbingers in tho wheat pit of Chi
cago, is dead. Ho is reputed to
havo nindo and lost as much as
81,000,000 in a day in wheat specu
Tho French Cabinet resigned
on tho 23d. The resignation was
announced by tho Premier imme
diately upon tho reconvening of
tho Chamber of Deputies. M.
Bourgeois road a statement con
testing the right of tho Sonate to
overthrow a ministry or bo tho
solo interpreter of tho constitu
tion, but ho added, in viow of tho
impossibility of securing proper
military relief for Madagas
car tho Cabinet was compell
ed to resign on tho 26th.
M.Sarrien, Minister of tho In
terior in tho Bourgeois Cabinet,
who had been summoned by Pre
sident Fouro to form a ministry,
lias finally informed tho President
that ho linds himsolf unablo to
form a conciliation Cabinet. On
tho 27th President Fauro
asked M. Melino to form a Cabi
net. In tho event of Molina's fail
ure it is believed that Dupuy or
Froycinot will bo entrusted with
tho task. The Riulirmln nnrl Sr.
cialists protest against Melino be
ing at tho head of tho ministry,
and demand a Goblet Cabinet.
OTIIL'R I. NI)S.
Sir Mackenzie Bowoll has ten
dered his resignation ub Premier
of Canada. Lord Abordoon has
summoned Sir Charles Tupper to
form a now cabinet of which
Hugh John MacDonald will bo
A special dispatch from Pome
on tho 25th says King Monolok
sun persists in demanding a lius
sian protectorate over his domi
nions. Tho extromo difficulty
whioh has boon encountered in
assuring a regular commissariat
service is paralyzing tho offensive
movement of tho ltulian army in
Tho Venezuelan Govornmont
has laid before tho "Washington
Commission an authenticated do
cument, secured recently among
tho official records of tho colony
of British Guiana, whioh throws
grave suspicion on tho accuracy
of tho Salisbury bluo book, upon
which England expressed a will
ingness to rest hor claim to tho
disputed territory. Tho docu
ment in question is tho lettor from
Governor Light of tho colony to
tho Marquis of Normandy, dated
July 15, 18G9, transmitting a re
port from Schomburgk regarding
his travels under tho auspices of
tho Boyal Geographical Society.
HONOLULU, H. I., TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1896.
Cecil Rhodos has recovered
from his recent illuoss and gone
King Monolok has written to
General Baldissora, commander
of tllo Italian forces, asking him
to return his letter regarding tho
peaco proposals. This is inter
preted as indicating a rupturo of
negotiations for peaco betweon
Italy and Abyssinia.
f , I'ollco Court Note.
Kcola nnd Sam Kaiawa got
drunk yesterday and made an
apology for that offense to tho ex
tent of 82 and costs each, in tho
police court this mornihg.
L. Keawemahi (w) was charged
with inconstancy toward hor hus
band. Sho will call at tUoCourt
pn tho 18th instant and oxplnjn
hor uadghty cquduct. 'K
Houry Kokaula M'as found
guilty of stealing SS.GO.'from Kiti
mura, a Japanese, and sentenced
to two years' imprisonment at
hard labor and tn rmv n linn nt
S15 and costs.
Most of tho mnrninrr tvnn inlrnn
up with tho caso of the six Portu
guese who assaulted oflicor Barton.
Threo woro discharged and tho
caso of tho other trio taken under
Maurice Poulain, lately engaged
in tho dry goods business on Fort
stroot, was charged by Jeanno
Oleary with having assaulted and
battered hor at her residonco on
Queen street this morning.
Maurice states that Jeanne,
who is one of tho demi-raondo,
owed him n bill which ho en
deavored to colloct, but Jeanno
did not fool like it nnd, needing
exorcise, kicked him out of tho
house and throw sovoraf articles
of household fumituro after him.
Ho says sho thon came out and
challenged him to mortal combat
in tho street whereupon, boiug in
fear of hor wrath, ho loft abruptly-
Oldrit ltoo I ii ti' in tlio World.
Tho oldest rose bush in tho
world, says tho Scientific Amori
can, is found at Elildeshoim, a
small city of Flanovor, whoro it
omargea from tho Bubsoil of the
Church of tho Cemetery., Its roots
aro fou ml in the subsoil, and tho
primitive sti-ni has boon dead for
a long time, but tho now stems
havo mudo a passage through a
crovico in the wall, aud cover al
most tho entire church with their
branches for a width and height
of forty foot. Tho ago of this troo
is interesting both to botanists
and gardeners. According to tra
dition, tho Fliideshoitn rosobush
was painted by Oharlomagno In
833, and tho church having boon
burned down in the eloventh cen
tury, tho root contiuuod to grow
in tho subsoil. Mr. Eaouer has
recently published a hook upon
this venerablo plant, in which ho
proves that it is at loast throo
centurios of age. It is montioned
iu a poom writton in 1690, and
also in the work of u .lusnit who
died in 1673.
The Tent Show.
Thoro was a first rate atten
dance at tho circus again last
night; tho trick pony was a grand
succobs, all the othor acts wont
smoothly and tho poi eating con-
tost brought down tho Jioubo.
Johnny Ilnyos' trained boys, who
can't hold n candle to him, go
through a wonderful performance
with thoir foot. Thoro will bo
another show tonight at tho samo
place and nnothor contest for a
im- l!lu)clia llrct'lvoil.
By tins Australia tho Hawaiian
Hardware Co.rccoivcd two Tribune
racors, five ladies' wheels and fivo
gents' whools direct from the fac
tory. Thoy aro this year's mako
and aro as porfect a wheel as can
bo mado. Thoy havo alHO ou tho
way a "Zinimy" racer and fivo
"Ziramy" roadstors. This is a now
wheel named after Zimmerman,
tho great rider.
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
oflioo Cottage No. 100, Alakoa
street, telephone o. G15. Oflioe
houis 9 a.m. to 4 r.M.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION.
Till! ltrPWNDINR FIIOPOSITION
AdiiN itt.niui: uik st:4ii;.
The Aciv t, on n mil tVir lMlbllc tin-
lrovi'iiiciit llelcrrrd to Nprclnl
Commit too I'roccrdluu
III tho lliiiiftc.
Fiftv-Nintu Day, May 5.
After tho usual preliminaries
this morning Senator Brown
from tho Judiciary Committoo
presented a report on the bill to
regulato elections whore thoro is
only one' canHidato. Tho com
mittee reconimpnd soveral amend
ments, lloport laid on tho table
to bo considered with tho bill.
Senator AVaftrhouso from the
Finauco Committoo prosentcd a
report on tho petition of Honolu
lu jowolors in relation to tho duties
on imported jewelry. Laid on
tho table to be considered with
othor revonuo meusuros.
Senator Baldwin from the Joiut
Committoo on Foroign Affairs
presented tho final report of that
committoo on tho Groat Seal,
Senator Lyman from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lands presented
a report recommonding tho pass
ago of tho bill granting a lot of
laud for a Chiuoso hospital. On
motion tho report was adopted
and tho bill mado tho special
ordor for tomorrow..
Senator Schmidt? from tho Com
mittoo on Accounts presoutod a
report on bills passed on to date.
Senntor Brown from tho Judi
ciary Committoo reported on tho
bill regulating fisheries, recom
mending its passage with amend
ments. Laid on tho tablo to bo
considered with tho bill.
Senator Watorhouso from tho
Fiuanco Committeo reported on
tho resolution relating to tho
destruction of tho old issues of
postage stamps on Novombor 1st,
recommending tho adoption of
tho samo with tho proviso that
tho matter bo thoroughly adver
tised in tho meantimo.
Senator Brown read tho roport
of the Judiciary Committeo on
the bill to nmond thoso Sections
of the Constitution rolating to tho
election of Senators. Tho roport
says the bill is unnecessary nnd
recommends that it bo laid on tho
Senator Watorhouso from tho
Finance Committoo roportod that
the oxpouBdB of the cholera opidom
io had been proper investigated
by tho Committoo and tho expen
ditures wore legal and necessary.
On motion tho roport wns adopted
and ordered forwarded to tho
A communication was rccoived
from tho Prosidontj enclosing tho
roport of tho Commission on Land
Transfers and ltogistry of Doeds
appointed by authority of tho
Special Session of tho present
Legislature Tho roport is very
long, bivt it recommends tho com
pulsory recording of nil decrees,
wills, mnrriage licenses, etc., nnd
tho'ovontual adoption of tho Tor
rons systom of laud transfers. It
is suggested that a committoo of
tho Legislature bo appointed to
draft a bill embodying the recom
mendations of tho Commission.
Tho prosont systom is character
ized ns cumbersome, inadequate
and unsatisfactory. Thoy ask for
an appropriation of S1000 in ordor
to cany on furthor investigation
of tho TorroiiH Bystom nndto be
allowed to report further thereon
at the next Session.
Tho roport was received and
laid on tho table for future action.
Minister Damon presented a
bill appropriating tho sum of S19,
820.G6 for unpaid bills nccrned in
tho different departments boforo
tho 31st of December, 1895,
and not presontod, of which about
SHOO is for unpaid expenses of
tho cholera opidomic. Bill passod
tho first reading. Head a second
timo by title and referred to tho
Senator Holstoin moved a ro
considoration of tho voto on
Senator McCaudloss resolution
rolating to the rofunding of tho
public dobt. Tho motion carriod
by a voto of 11 to 3.
Souator Holstoin thon moved
tho adoption of tho resolution of
Sonator Brown nrgued against
tho resolution as being unnecessa
ry after tho positive statotnuit of
tho Minister of Finance yesterday
and on tho furthor ground that
tho timo of tho Logislaturo was
now too short to discuss tho mat
ter. Senator Baldwin moved that
tho resolution bo mado tho special
ordor for Friday and tho motion
Sonato Bills 20 and 21, authoriz
ing a now loan of 2,000,000, with
tho majority and minority reports
oii tho samo, and Bill 36, appro
priating $750,000 for publio im
provements, woro all roforrod to
tho Special Committeo on Loan
Bills, viz: Sonators Watorhouso,
Wilcox, Schmidt, Brown and
The bill reducing nnrl rlnfinincr
tho grades of larcony passed its
Hoii8oBilf 28, relating to af
frays, passed its third reading.
Senate Bill 30, rolating to tho
property of married women in
cases of divorco for adultory,
passed tho third reading.
Sonato Bill 28, as amended by
tho House, rolating to patents,
was brought up aud tho amend
ment concurred in.
Sonato Bill 24, authorizing tho
Miuistor of Interior to grant a
certificate of election in certain
cases, with the report of tho com
mitteo, enmo up on its third read
ing. Tho committoo amondmont
authorizes tho olectiou to bo hold
in ono polling place only to save
expense. Tho amondmcut was
Senate Bill 32, reducing tho du
tio8 on jewelry, and tho roport
thoroon camo up on tho second
reading. Tho roport was adopted.
Sonato.Bill No. 34, rolating to
fisheries, with tho roport of tho
Judiciary Committeo, was tak
od up on tho second reading
and after a long discussion finally
m At 12:10 p. in. tho Senate ad
journed. Sixtieth Day, May 5.
HOUSE OK IlEl'HESENTATIVES.
Tho Houso wont into session at
10:20 thoro boiug no quorum
until that timo.
Minister King roportod tho
signing of tho following bills by
tho President: Au Act to Amond
Sec. 12, Chap. 35, Laws of '88,
rolating to pounds, ostrays,
brands, otc.j An Act rolating to
to tho duties on legacies and
bequests; An Act appropriating
money for tho oxpouses of tho
Legislature aud An Act to in
crease tho width of certain streets.
Bop. Bond submitted tho roport
of tho select committoo on Houso
Bill Nos. 19 and 24 rolating to
Tho Act to Mitigato and tho Act
amending tho law rolativo to pros
titutiou.lho roport in full is as fol
lows: Wo find that tho purposes of
tho act to mitigato weroj as do
fined by its title, to mitigate tho
evils and diseases arising from
prostitution,aud from the testimo
ny of physicians and otkors who
have had opportunities for be
coming acquainted with tho re
sults qE its operation, wo aro led
to beliovo that tho law has boon
to a marked dogroo successful in
accomplishing its purposos among
cortain classes of people.
It is a failure in so far as it
fails to roach those who do not
registor (of whom tho number is
reported to bo greater than of
thoso who do) or to npply to dis
tricts or Idlands outside of Hono
lulu. That law was not intended to
operate as a moasuro for tho sup
pression of prostitution nor to iu
torforo with tho laws which pro
vido for arrest and punishment
Neither woro its provisions for
registration and inspection intoud-
Continued on 7th Page.
Piuos 5 Cents.
ABOUT THE SUGAR MARKET
hi: rrt.it Fr.txiNu imicvailing in
TUB KICK niAIIKCr.
Arrl vali nnd Diiartureii otSucnr 't.
urUatSitii l'rnncl-x-o nnd Price
Itmillxctl for Cnrgoo.
From Castlo ,fc Cooke's latent
sugar circular, tho following is
Tho S. S. Australia arrived yes
torday aftoruoon, bringing .ub
latest San Francisco ndvices dated
up to tho 28th iust:
Centrifugals havo furthor ad
vanced to 4 5-16, thoro having
boen but ono sale reported, via:
8000 bags spot on tho 28th,
although thoro woro rumors of a
speculative salo having been made
at n higher figure which is being
looked into and if found correct
it nifiy effect a chaugo in tho basis
of Bomo of our recent arrivals:
Granulated is 5.31 cts in New
York and 5 5-8 cts in San Fran
Beets havo not beon so strong
throughout and a gradual decline
has taken place.
Itico Thoro 'is a considerably
bettor1 teolincr in tho mnrW. nwlnn
to ah intimation from the Eai
road that tho ratos from Now
Orleans will shortly bo ndvanced,
tocothor with the fnct thnfc tlinrn
is a scarcity of grades in New
Orleans suitable for this market.
Thoro were freo sales mado lnnf.
wool: at 3 cts. but importers are
holding for 3 .cts. Japan i Wo
quote tho market at 3:70 'cts. loss
LJ percent? duty paid. Beceipts
Arrivals have boon as follows:
Anril 16th. John D. Tallant. frnm
Kahului, Basis 44,c; 16th Mary
uougo, irora llaliului, Uasis -lc;
16th Santiuco. from Hilo. Basin
4-$c; 22nd Andrew Welch, from
Honolulu, Basis 4 5-16o; 22nd
Annie Johnson, from Hilo, Basis
4 5-16c; 22nd CohbuoIo, from Ma
hukonn, Basis 4 5-16c; 24th Paul
Isenberg, from Honolulu, Basis
4 5-16c;24th Wm. Bowdon, from
Honolulu, Basis 4 5-16c; 26th
Jjurlnio, from lvnlmlui, Basis 4
5-16o; 26th Muriel, ftom Hono-
lpo, uasis i o-ioo.
Vessels sailing havo beenns fol
lows: Alico Cook, for Kahului,
Anril 17th: Mohican, for Honolu
lu, April 18th; John D. Tallant,
lor Annulm, April 155th; Santiago,
for Kahului. Anril 26th: John Afn-
Donald, for Honolulu, April 27th;
uoiibuoio, lor Mauukona, April
28th; Aloha, for Honolulu. Anril
Vessels DiRclinrrinr Annit
Johnson, to have finish! nn flm
29th; Andrew Welch.to havo finish
ed ou tho z'Jth.
Vessels on tho Borth Archer
to have sailed on tho 28th.
8itIIow' N'ont of Nteel.
A striking illustration of tho
skill of birds in building thoir
nosts is in the Museum of Natural
Historv at Soloure. Switzirlnml.
whoro thoro ia a bird's nost made
entirely of steol. Thoro nro a num-
lirar nf nlnnlf tnnlfinrr nafiihlialimnrtta
nt Solouro, nnd in tho yards of
tliefjo many broken etna and
watch gpringi of all sizus are scat
tered about. Ono day a olnck'naftur.
noticd in a troo in his yard a swal-'
low's not of pocnliur nppoar.mco.
llo climbed up to it and ton ml
that a mi ir of wiotails had liuilfc a
nest almost emiroly of ol ok
flpriugs. It was more than four
inohi-s across and perfectly com
fortable for tho birds,
In tho fall aftor tho young birds
had grown up aud tho whole fami
ly had flitted southward for tho
winter, tho nest was oarofully
taken down and removed to tho
See my fino lino of Bweators for
$1.00. Just tho thing for athletes,
light weight and just snitod to the
country. Iwakatni, Hotol St.
. r. V,