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Aug. 18, 1890.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
itti.MN ori'ioiAi. riurr or
AltMOIt I'l.ATK MX'Ki:TS.
pbrl Wrt?d In Ciih American
Oii'iil ,Arrol'il lT MlMalio
IIndrt ol'AII hnud.
By tho steamer Ausirnlin dates
are received ns Into as Soptem
bor 22. Tho following Hiiinmnry
with liows niuler'f-pecinl headiugs
elsowliero yivcliU the important
ovi'iitB of the day:
Bob Fitzsiinmons wns arrested
nt Now York for talking fight nud
held in $1000 bail. Corbett is
surprised aud says tho action is
u slmni mid done in spito.
Arthur Sowall, nomineo for
vico prosident, Iwih resigned ns
president nnd member of tho
American Merchant Marino Asso
ciation on account of its meddling
Mrs. Nancy Barnum Oallias,
formerly wife of tho late 1. T.
Barnum, is on her way from New
York to seo her second husband,
n Greek nobleman, who is dying
Governor Hastings has signed
tho recommendation for a pardon
for John Bardsley, ex City
Treasurer of Philadelphia, w'bTo,
in 1891, was sentenced to hueqn
vcar for embezzling nearly Sl,
000,000 of city aud Stato money.
Governor Claude Matthews 'alid
about seventy five prominont piti-
) zoub of Indian went nboard tho
United States battleship Indiana
at Now York and presented tho
officers with a silver service and
library, which tho citizens of In
diana have provided for tho craft.
Grand Master Workman J. E.
Sovereign of tho Knights of Lab
or has established in Chicago a
National Labor Bureau in tho in
terest of Bryan and Watson. Ho
will be assisted by n uumbnr of
prominent labor leaders and will
piiyyp'eciaT attdntion to the cam
paign in uuicago.
Tho wreck of the P. M. SS.
Columbia has gone to pieces.
Horace Davis is the Bepublican
candidato for Mayor of San Fran
cieco. Now engines for Farragut's old
flagship Hartford are to bo built
Oliver "W. "Winthrop was sen
tenced to imprisonment for life at
An informal gathering of Epis
copal Bishops is being held in
Sau Francisco's city govern
ment cost moro than six million
dollars last year.
Tho Citizens' Independent
party of Sau Francisco has
named Charles L. Taylor for
Tho Assoointod Charities of
Oakland havo decided to make
tramps saw wood in a public
woodyard for their living.
Tho Sun Francisco Association
of Improvement Clubs will most
likely nominate its president,
JamoB D. Pliulan, for Muyor.
James G. Fair's alleged pencil
will is declared by Mrs. Qulrichs,
his daughter, in a deposition to
bo not at all like her father's
Dr. Enoch II. Pardoo, n Sau
Franoisco pioneer and ono of tho
founders of Oakland, died on tho
21st, aged 07 years
Jim Corbett has accopted two
offers from San Francisco for his
fight with Sharkey ono by tho
Eureka club for S12,000 and an
other by tho National club for
810,000. Ho is now regarded
moro as a jokor than a fighter.
At a meeting of tho San Fran
cisco Board of Health on Monday
Dr. Morso said a decided stand
should bo taken again Bt making
that city a dumping ground for
lepers, IIo roforred to Popalou,
who was sent thoro from Los An-
goles, and to tho girl who camo
us well as a
bo built on
Tho Union Iron
build a torpedo boat
battleship. It will
tho plans and specifications pro
posed by tho Union Iron Works
to tho navy department. Tho con
tract prico is 8227,500. Tho vea
sol will bo 210 feet long, 20 foot
wido, G feet draught, 276 tons dis
placement and will havo n speed
of 30 knots an hour. Tho vessel
will bo unarmored aud will bo
equipped with two tubes for
launching torpedoes, and will
carry a battery of six pound ra
pid firo guns. When ready for
sorvico tlio boat will carry i crow
of fifty Hix men. To develop tho
high speed demanded tho vessel
will require engines of 5,750
horso power. Tlg boat will bo
of tho highest class of torpedo
boat yet devised and will bo a
powerful ongine of offeuso in case
AIlMOll PLATE SEOItETS STOLEN.
lluseian spies sent out by tho
Govornmont of tho Czar havo
stolon American armor plato so
crots and propose to turn their
acquisition to profit by furnish
ing information by means of
which Russia may make her own
sheaths for battleships. This, in
briof, is a discovery which has
been kept quiet for some months
by tho officials of the Carnegio
Steel Company, and which lins
worried tho Amorican naval au
thorities at Washington.
Thoro was groat rojoicing at
Homestead when tho Russian
Government gavo a contract for
1107 tons ot armor plato, as it
was suppose to be tho forerunner
of others, not only from Russia,
but from other foreign nations.
In the exceedingly good terms
made by tho Curuegio officials,
one of the most important concee
sious was a clause in tho contract i
specifying that the Russians
should havo access to the platen
at all stagos of their manufacture.
A naval officer high in the ser
vice of tho Czar took up his re
sidence at Pittsburg, and stayed
there until tho last pound ot plate I
was complete!. During his stay
thoro this Russian officer received
frequent visits from attaches to
the Russian Legation at Washing
ton. After the departure of the Rus
sian tho company realized that it
had been duped, and tho order
was only a scheme of the Czar's
officials to get somavaluublo in
formation at a very low rate.
Tho company also loarnod that
there was no likelihood of ob
taining any further Russian con
tracts. As tho American methods
iuoluded tho best from all conn
tries up to dato tho information
obtained was an epitome of all
that may be learned in that lino
The Czar is now building works
which nro to mako armor plates,
and tho Homestead mothods aro
to bo used. Tho Ilarvoyizing
process by which the surface ot
tho plates is hardened is pa
tented in every civilized country.
Novortholess it is doubtful
whothor tho patentees could pre
vent a country liko Russia from
pirating tho process if tho Czar
saw fit to do so.
AUSTRALIAN CltlOKETF.HS WIN.
Tho Australian cricket eleven
on Monday won tho international
match fiom tho United States
team in ado up of Philadelphians
by a margin of 123 runs.
Giffen and Kelly, tho Saturday
"not outs," resinned thoir stand
at the wickots with ono wickot re
maining to fall. Thoy carried
tho total to 180, and then GitTon
was caught and bowled by Bailoy,
Tho Australians' total for both
innings was 372, ondas tho local
team liad mado 123 in thoir first
they would havo had to make an
oven 250 to win tho matoh. Thoy
mado just ono run moro than half
that nuinbor, 12G.
Tho wicket was essentially in
favor of tho bowlers, but tho
orodit for tho victory bolougs to
the brilliant playing of the visitors.
Tho PhiladolphiauB could do
littlo with them, and tho fielding
of tho Australians was especially
THE LEADVILLE KIOTS.
Citizens of Lendvillo in secret
meeting organized a Committeo of
Safety to aid in preserving order.
Wmir linndrpd well drilled and
fu ly equipped militia of tho N.
G. O. arrived at -1:30 Monday nf
ternoou, and as many moro woro
expected by next morning with
Gcnoral Brooks in command. Tho
Chaffee Light Artillery, one of
tho crnck battel ios of the country,
will swell tho General's army.
Four dead rioters tuo in the
morgue, also a firoinan who was
muulered on duty.
CONSUL Uirs OF SMALLPOX.
Th" Stato DepaittuiMit has been
advised by a tolegiam troin Vice
Consul Khouri, at Beyrout, Syria,
that tho Consul there, Thomas It.
Gil'ou, has died from smallpox.
Gibson was anativo of Augusta,Ga.,
and was appointed in September
1893, to his posh Ho had been
editor of tho Augusta Evening
News and was a graduate of tho
University of Georgia.
Right Hon. Donman, for
a JudgH of tho English
High Court of Justice, but who
retired from the bench in Octo
ber, 1892, iB dead. He was seventy-eight
years of age.
A special from Boruo, Switzer
land, Bays that Georgo F. Curtis,
assistant librarian of Congress of
tho United States, residing in
Washington, D. O., was arrested
by two detectives at a hotel at
Grindeau, thirty-fivomilos from
thatcity, thrown into jail at Inter
lakon, aud t searched. All his
money and papers were seized
and his baggago ransacked. After
tho Director of Police arrived at
Interlaken from Berne, Curtis
w" reloasod. It appears that tho
oulrngo was the result of pohco
btupidity, Curtis boing mistaki u
for a criminal wanted by theSwiss
police. Curtis lodged a complaint
with tho United States Consul,
who is making n thorough in
wstigatiou. Mr. Cuitis v,as cnr-
I rusted on his arrival nt Geneva
through a similar blunder.
Tho United States Ambassador
to France, James B. Eustis, has'
received a letter from P. J. P.
Tynan, the nlloged dynamito con
spirator, now in cuBtody at Bou-loguo-sur-Mor,
Sept. 15, in which tho latter re
cites the fact that ho is a citizen
of the United States and invokos
tho aid of tho Ambassador in pro
venting his extradition by Eng
land. Ho says tho United States
refiibcd to cxtimlito him in 1883
on the ground that tho offonso al
leged was purely political.
His proBont homo waB on tho
Hudson. Ho had gone to Europe
ns a tourist, and, upon being in
formed that ho was shallowed by
Scotland Yard detectives, ho
traveled undor an assumed namo
and wont to Italy, Belgium aud
France, and was booked lo roturn
to Now York on Soptombor 30th.
Further, Tynan pledged his
honor that ho did not take any
part in any aflairs of a political
naturo wnuo hi i' raiiuu, aim mai
ho had not dono anything beyond
tho ordinary sight seeing and ob
servation of tho common Americ
an tourist. IIo appealed to Mr.
Eustis to intercede with tho
French Government not to sur
render him to England, as such a
surrender would mean certain
death to him. In conclusion
"I am suro that tho gallant
nation that Irishmen gavo Fon
tonov to blazon on their banners
will not help Eugland by my sur
rondor. If you will graciously
urgo my request, your Excellency,
upon tho French Govornmont you
will not only recoivo my thanks,
but that ot millions of the Irish
all ovor tho globe."
Mr. Eustis immediately notified
the Fronch Government of tho
receipt of tho latter and tho fact
that Tynan .was an Ameriuau
Continued on .',th Page.
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
Tahiti an I'liiNciMiivr.s r.iti:xoi:
IV THK ClItrttlT COIIItT.
I.nti turtlnn tTllrtI-41iiirllntilili
r, Milium Itriioiiticrd-AiiNttcr to
tli-lnccii Ioi nicer.
Tho Supremo Court by Chief
Justico Judd has rendered n una
nimous opinion, over ruling points
of law from tho Distiict Court in
behalf of defendants in thecaso of
Republic of Hawaii vs. "W. Kuhia
and Muolo. Tho law sottled by
this opinion is that tho testimony
of a clergyman that ho was au
thorized tosolomuizotho marriago
contract is admissible. Deputy
Attorney General Dolo for prose
cution; Humphreys for dofondant.
In tho case of Mary S. lloso vs.
S. M. ivaaukai, malicious pro
secution, tho defendant by his
attorneys, A. Rosa and J. K. Kau
lia, has filed exceptions to tho
I over ruling of motion for a now
A number of tho dofoudants to
tho equity suit of Koloit Sugar
Co. vs. J. K. Smith und others
havo filed n demurrer. In the
same caso J. K. Smith ronouncos
his appointment ns guardian ad
litem of tho minor defendant's.
Mrs. L. K. Pnahi has filed an
anBwor to tho bill in equity for
account brought ngaiiist her by
Queen Dowagor Kupiolani. She
makes general and special denials,
aud alleges that tho truo balance
of account at tho dato of her dis
chartio is 83110.70, now due this
defendant from the complainant.
H. Lose, assignee, has filed a
replication to tho answer of Theo.
II. Dnvies & Co. Ltd.
In tho Sumner vs. Crandoll caso
before Judge Perry this aftornoon
Princo Tauroatua of Tahiti, who
arrived by tho warship Duguay
Trouin, iib a guest of Captain
Bnyle,wnsrt witness. Ho was ex
amined in Freiioh, Miss Dorothea
Lamb acting as interpreter. Tho
uilneBs id n relative of Sumner's
"Put Itlu Oir At Iluirnlo."
'Tho titlo ot this wollkuown
Bong as well as tho song itself
emanated from tho brain of an
employe of tho Buffalo Browing
Company. That outorprising firm,
bolieviug that a man who could
compoBo so catchy an air must
havo a largo and woll balanced
brain, straightway raised his sala
ry. This has proven to be a good
movo on thoir part as is testified
by tho excellent qualities of their
beer, which is disponsod over tho
bars of tho Cosmopolitan, Pacific
and Royal saloons at the rate of
two glasses for 25c. It is alwayB
fresh aud cold aud lifo-sustnining.
Or you can get ono glass of Buf
falo aud ono of Pabst beor, the
fine product of tho Milwaukeo
browory. Exchangeable chocks
at all tho abovo-montioneu
resorts aro given in chance if you
' oniv WIU,t ono drink. "Best beer
evor in uonoiutu, is ino voruioi
of many of our prominent citi
zens. .lljuterloMH Iti-itpjii'iit-Hiire.
Mr. McDowell, tho hackmau,
was iuterviowed by a Bulletin
man this morning rolativo to his
mysterious disappoaranco as ro
potted in tliiB morning's paper.
"Yes," said ho, "it is truo that I
disappeared. I was out of sight for
I 1 il !
soveral hours, convoying tourists
about tho suburbs. I am ogreo
ably surprised to find that 1 am
a man of such importanco that
my driving around Waikiki,
Punchbowl and Palama for four
or fivo hours should cauBO the
uowspapor people bo much alarm.
Thank tho Lord, I was neither
kidnapped nor incarcerated nor
ThoUniversalStoves and Ranges
aro doing otV liko hot cakes at the
Pacific llardwuro Co.
ACCIDENT OR MURDER?
youmj :icini.!i: itov siioors:
anotiiki: wirii A Ittl'I.K.
Nut I.tlwly II. nt tlio W.iniKlfil I, nit
Will ItPOOTor I'nrllont.'ll'p. nt
About 11 o'clock CnptainParkor
left the police station at a rapid
gait in tho Mnrshal's brake andcv
few minutoB later drove back with
a Chineso boy in charge, whom ho
had arrested for shootiug another
boy in tho head with a rillo. Ho
also brought back tho weapon
with which tho doed was done.
After Booing tho boy behind tho
bars tho captain drove back to tho
scono of tho tragedy with Dr.
Tlio wounded boy is about 15
yenrs old and is named Tai Kin.
Tho assailant sayB his namo is Ah
Fat and claiuiB to be the sume ago,
although ho looks older. Tho
rillo bullet ponotrated the upper
part of tho boy's forohead coming
out behind, a portion of tho bcnlp
being torn by tho passage- of tho
bullet. Tlio boy was unablo to
speak but seemed to uudorstnnd
what was going on nnd when seen
liy a reporter was able to brush tho
flies oil his faco with his hand.
, Tho affair happened in tho back
room oE Lioleo's place on King
strcot near tho Kawaiahao semi
nary. At 2 o'clock this afternoon
tho boy was still alivo ijud df ho
survives till lutor in tho af
ternoon ho will bo removed to tho
hospital. Littlo hope is entertuin
cd of his recovery.
At tho police Btation Ah Fnt
was searched but nothing was
found on him. Ho was drcseed
simply in an undershirt and bluo
overalls with a leather belt. Tho
undershirt wns covered with blood
over tho right shouldor nnd spotted
on tiui hiiiiio nnu. lie neKu owl
edged doing tho shooting but said
thoy woro only playing and that
they had no idoa it was loaded.
Tho riilowas a -15-70 Springfield
audwhen examined at the police
station tho empty shell still re
mained in it. It bolonged to Sana
Leleo, tho owuor of tho
house, who is n member of Com
pany 0. Tho bayonet was with
tho riflo, nlso a belt nearly full of
Tho polico aro somewhat in
doubt as to whether to beliovo tho
boy's story that tho affair was an
accident or not, nnd are hopeful
tho wounded boy will bo able to
toll his vorsion of tho affair dntiug
JIILIF.N I IIAYNT.
I.riivcauu 1'n ift hi Amount mid I' n ful
fil leil l'romlMcN In Sim 1'riuirliro.
Tho following is an extract from
a lottor received iu Honolulu from
tho Hides Judd Co. of San Fran
cisco: "Tho ouly thing Mr. Hayno left
with us was a good-Bizod' account,
unpaid, and 1000 copies of "Ha
waiian Legend." Mi1. Hayno
wroto us on sovoral occasions that
ho was going to bring or send tho
manuscript of "A Missionary
Republic," but it has novor ma
terialized. Ho loft San Francisco
iu a hurry; vrc3 at our offico ono
aftornoou, promising to call and
settle in tho morning, but on tho
satno ovoning took tram for Chi
cago. AVo havo tried to locate him
there, but to no purpose."
An onu-iui cuii.
Yesterday aftornoon Mons.
Louis Vossion, tho Fronch Com
missioner, with Mons. Vizzavonn,
tho chancellor of tho Legation,
made au othcial call on tho Min
ister of Foreign Affairs for tho
purpose ot prosouting Capl'iiu
Baylo and Lioutmaut Iluguet ot
tho Duguay Trouin.
Nicely furnished rooms at tho
Popular Houso, 151 Fort street,
from 81.00 per wook up.
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