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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1896.
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THE EVENING BULLETIN.
Published ovory doy except Sundny at
210 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Per Month, nnywhoro in the Ha
waiian Islands C Ti
Per Year. 1
Por Year, postpaid to Amoricn,
Canada, or Mexico 10 00
Por Year, postpaid, uihor Foreign
Countnoa 13 00
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
? sif or
Orl'ln Aji'iroxflilMs In C'lilmn Con-
lllct - 1'rniiiUrn of Iti'firm ly
I irk-j oilier Mt'm-.
ISITI II MrtTI.H,
Yalp will adopt tho EuglfebJ-
rigged shell but not tlio English
International bimetallism is
favored by tho Fanners' Congress
in session nt Indianapolis.
Richard Pilkio bas given up a
job as laborer on the Eire canal,
on account of falling he'ir to pro
perty in Michigan worth 82,000,
000. Thoro is no trutb in tho report
tbat the Pope bad summoned
ArcbbiBbop Ireland to Romo to
answer for bis manifesto against
Senator Sherman believes a
rovenuo tariff measure can be
passed. Ho says until Kentucky
and North Carolina elect Senators
it will ho impossible to say which
side will liuvo u majoiity in the
Major OonorDl Miles, command
ing the army, in his repoitro
commends tho renewal of post
buildings in tho Indian country.
Ho attributes the recent freedom
from ouMiroiks to the better treat
ment of tholndiaus by tho Gov
ernment, and their being impress
ed with the power of tho army to
punish thoni. Tho commander
also urges appiopriations for the
fortification of Pacific and Gulf
Governor Mitchell of Florida
has called a convention to discuss
methods for tho proper defenso
of Southern harbors.
ONE FIRM TAKES ALL.
Now York, Nov. 11. Controller
Fitoh, by tlio direction of tho oth
or members of the Sinking Fund
Commission, today awarded tho
entire issue of $10,010,590 of city
bomlB, for which bids wore open
ed Monday, to Vermily fc Co. at
8101.71, a total premium of 8755.-
Walter M. Castle and wifo wore
to sail for tho United States in
tho steamer St. Louis on Satur
day. ILL LUCK OF A SCULrTOR.
Tho plastor cast of Macmon
uios' fumous statuo of a Bae
chaute, mado for tho Luxemburg
gallery in Paris on a smaller
scalo than the ono for tho Boston
Library, Mas smashed to atoms
while being trucked to tbo foun
dry in Paris. Macmonnies was
prostrated by tbo accidont and did
not go near his studio again for
nine days. Tho destruction of
tbo cast will mako it necessary to
send tho original back to Franco,
otherwise the Luxemburg will
have to go without tho sculptor's
masterpiece Tho original Btatuo
is that which tho trustees of tho
Boston Library rejected, but tho
people of Boston showed so great
disapproval of this action that tbo
trustees, at their next mooting, are
likely to decide for receiving tho
Tin oro identical with tho Corn
wall artiolo has boon discovered
in Britifab Columbia.
OrderB have been received at
Victoria for tbo Dominion Gov
ernment steamer Quadra to pro
ceed north and put a stop to fish
ing by Amoricau halibut soboon
ors on ibo bank within tho three
mile limit in tbo vicinity of the
northeast end of Vancouver ial
and and southern ond of
Queen Cbarlotto island.
THE FAMINE IN INDIA.
A dispatch from Bombay says
in eleven districts of Deccan and
Coucan a million and a quarter
people are bolioved to bo on tho
vorgo of starvation. Itiots have
occurred at Shalmbad and Kazod.
Prince Obelonski, a St. Peters
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burg dispatch says, is advocating
tbo export of coreals to India to
relievo tho famine. Ho declares
therois a surplus in Russin, and
bIio could undersoil California
wheat at Bombay.
In this connection Sir N. 1.
O'Connor, British Embassador at
St. Petersburg, recently visited
Odessa. Tho Russian newspapers
aro making warm appoals to the
pooplo of Russia to contribute
funds for tbo roliof of tho fa initio
sufferers in India.
THE PANAMA CANAL.
Bogota, Colombia, Novembor
11. M Mange, formorly director
general of tho Panama Canal
Company, arrived heio Tuesday.
I understand ho comes to occupy
tho position of dirootor of works
in tho new canal company. Ho
rendered good sorvico formerly
and is au ediciont engineer.
Tho steamor Casllo Eden is
shortly expected from Colon with
800 Africun laborers from Siorra
Leone for tho canal. Their puy
will bo 80 cents, Colombian cur
rency, per day.
Till: TVIIKIKSI (UII.S1IOV.
MOIIE PROMISES OF HEFOKM.
Constantinople, Nov.ll. Whilo
counseling American missionaries
to remain at their post in Anatolia,
Minister Terrell has induced the
removal of the children of mission
aries to places of safety.
The official summary of reforms
to bo put into execution by tho
Turkish Government in accord
anco with its promise to tho pow
ors has been published, aud it iB
announced that tho provincial au
thorities have received iusti notions
to execute thoni immediately.
ItUSSIA AKDTKF. DAMUNFLLES.
London, Nov.ll. In thecourso
of a speech at Enfield last ovon
iug Sir Charles Dilke, the woll
known authority on international
politics, said that England had
recontly rejected a proposal by
tho three groat powers to partition
China. Ho also said that tho al
leged recent ir.rpoetion of th
fort of the Dardanelles by a Rus
sian general was by order of the
Russian Government, and that,
thorofore, it was possible that
Russia would regard a Biitish at
tack ou the Dardanelles as a casus
rui; cui.ih U'tit.
NO AMERICAN INTERFERENCE FOR
Details of tho taking of Guaya
maro havo been verified, aud the
Spanish defeat thoro, whilo tho
contending forces woro not large,
is of tho greatest importance, as
ono of its direct results wus Gen
eral Weylor'8 taking tho field in
person. This was causoil through
popular excitomont in Madrid
ovor the nows that tho insurgents
had bosioged and captured Guaya
maro with artillory.
Spanish journalists from Mad
rid in Havana are very bitter
against Gonorol Woyler. Thoy
accuse him not only of maintain
ing an ill-advised and senseless
censorship, but also of discrimin
ating for and against certain jour
nals. It is said from Washington that
tho administration has no inten
tion of immediato interference in
Cuba. Tho situation is thorough
ly understood in Washington, and
tho President regards it as far too
ciitieal to wan ant any action by
the United States at this time.
That military oporaiious now
actively begun will result in
bringing matters to such astngo as
to demand eithor recognition of tho
inBurgonts in somo form, or inter
vention in tho interests of human
ity aud tho coraraorco of tho
world, tho authorities regard as
absolutely certain. It may alBo
bo stated tbat thoy aro looking
forward to tho winter's campaign
in Cuba with no littlo concern.
In viow of tho expectation of a
crisis, Cuban affairs will form tho
last chapter of tho President's
SATISFACTION TELT IN ENGLAND.
London, November 11. Tho
Btatemont published in tho news
papers hero thac British arbitra
tors in tho Venezuelan dispute
will bo appointed by tho Lord
fe;frm ; ' ,--- 7i v. trA,.
Chief Justice, Baron Russell of
Ki llo won, has excited great inter
est in and about tho law courts
aud elsewhere ond thoro is much
speculation regarding tbo prob-
' uoie enoiuo ot Jjoru Jtuaseii.
1 Sir Frank Lockwood, Q. C.,who
accompanied Lord Russell on his
ret vn t visit to America, in an in
torview on the subject, &aid: "The
result is ouo to gratify every
Englishman, particularly a it
was reached without saenfico of
principles on oitlw-i side. It is,
liowoicr, no uiiipriso to mo
or to tho other members
of tho party which recently
visited tho United States. Wo
knew befoie leaving this country
that thoro was n -istrouy lAndi'sh
feeling in favor of a peaceful set
tlement of tho natter, aud wo
found in this that it was recipro
cal. Iain sure that ovory thought
ful Briton has mentally congratu
lated his Government on tho re
sult achieved aud that thoy no
longer contemplate, ovon in their
wildest thoughts, tbo lesponsibili
ty of au approach to warlike inter
ruptions between tho two nations.
After a Cabinet council bold to
day tho Attoruoy-General, Sir
Richard Webster, went to tho
Colonial Olfico and had a confer
ence with ouo of tho Under Secre
taries, O. A. Ilnrris, who has been
prominently associated with tho
Vonezuelau question from tho
KINO OSCAR SELECTED.
Washington, Novombor 11.
Tho report that King Oscar 11 of
Swedoii and Norway had been
i agreed on as tho fifth aud final
arbitrator in tho ouczuelnn ques
I lion ami that tho four other arbi
I trators would be named by tho ju
'dieiul authorities of the two cnuii
I tries, two by tho Lord Chief Jus
I tico of Englaud, and two by the
' Chief Justice of tho United Statos,
j has beon fully verified from
1 authoritative sources.
ENGLISH TRESS COMMENT.
I The Westminster Gazctto says:
'Tho lojiia stead i of tho United
! States which tho Maiquis at first
denied, is now undisputed, and is
accepted even to tho length of
ruling out Vouezuola. Wo would
much ratluir soltlo with tho Unit
edStatos, but wo naturally look
to the United Statos to go bail for
Vouezuola in return. In this as
sertion of tho Monroo doctrino,
tho moat satisfactory point of all
is tho appended arbitration agree
Tho St. James Gazette asks
whotbor tho agreement will not
throw into arbitration "all tho
sparsoly settled region between
tho Schomburgk lino and tho sot
tlod territory of Guiana which
Lord Kiinborly and tho Marquis
of Salisbury declared thoy would
neror submit to arbitration, and
which Prosidont Cleveland and
Seciotary Olney declared thoy
should, or tho United States
would mako them."
It adds: "If Great Britain
does submit this issue to arbitra-
tiou it will bo difficult to disprovo
tho American claim that tho
I agreomout is a square backdown
I on tho part of Groat Britain.
That tho arrangomont includes a
general treaty ol arbitration is an
indisputable benefit and the de
cision of tho committoo not to ro
port.rolioveB President Cleveland's
Government of tho most serious
difficulty of its own oicution."
Tho Globe welcomes tho agree
ment, "bocauso it releases the
Amoricau Government from a
falso and dangerous position."
Continuing, the Globo sayB: "If
tho Commission reported advorso
ly to Great Britain, it would havo
forced President Clovoland to at
tempt tho coercion of Groat Brit
ain or oat tho humblest of humble
pio. No ono in this country
wishes to soo tho development of
tho Unitod States retarded for
half a contury, as it would neces
sarily havo dono if tin Govern
ment at Washington had soon fit
to enter on so trivial a pretext
upon so unequal a contest. Tho
decision of tho Commission to
withhold its report is an obvious,
but offoctivo way out of an awk
Continued on Jtlh Pmje.
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THE TWO ESCUTCHEONS
I.nrgP "in! lVNlilnunblo Atitlloucc
Wltitt'Kii u Nplcmlld llcircutn-
lion of tin, Ooinel.
Tlio Oponv llouso was well
filled ou ibo occasion of the sec
ond appearanco of tho Frawley
Company last night, nearly ovory
Boat in tho lowor portion of tho
house boing tnkuii while the up
per part of the building was fairly
Last night's performance show
ed conclusively what tho Bulle
tin said after tho first: that tho
company was ono of general ex
cellence. It is seldom ono soes a
play in which all tho characters,
oven to tho least importaut, aro
well taken, but this seems to bo
tho rulo with tho company with
which Mr. Frawley is identified.
Take, for instance, tho two parts
of tho Count nnd Countcs Von
Darmstadt, taken by Mr. Wilson
Euos and Minn Lansing Rowau,
in last night's pioco. These
characters have nothing to do but
to show themselvos in au opou
doorway without uttering a word,
yet thoy woro as carefully made
up and dressed as though they
wero to bo on tho Btage all tho
ovoniug, aud tho expression of
aristocratic horror ond disgust on
their faces at tho mention of a
Chicago pork butc her was capital
though but momentary. Tho
sumo may bo said of tho two
waiters; they havo littlo to do but
thoy mode the most of that littlo
and did it in a natural and easy
way which Bhows tho conscien
tious and careful actor. It is
to this careful attontion to minor
details tbat tho Frawley Company
owo much of tho success they
gained in their long engagement
at tho Columbia theater in San
Francisco, and thoy will lo-o
nothing by it here, for Honolulu
audiences aro much iuoro cold
and critical than those of tho Bay
In last night's comedy, tho plot
of which has already been given
in these columns, tho honors of
the evening must bo accorded to
Harry Carson Clarko for his ex
celleut rendition of Thomas Fos
ter, tho CDicngo pork-packer. Ho
repoatcd to a greater extent his
success of tho previous evening
and kept tho oudienco in o roar
of laughtor all tho time. It was a
finished production of a homely
character nnd it was the perfec
tion of naturalness. And yet wo
oro told that this is nothing to
what ho has in storo for us in
Ab Captain Von Vinck, Mr.
Frank Worthing shared the
plaudits of tho audiouco with Mr.
Clarko. Ho is a clovor actor, and
his every word aud gesture show
ed it. In tho 6cono whoro ho bor
rows a thousand from the pork
butcher and again where ho makes
love to tho pretty widow ho was
seen at his best.
As tho Gorman baron whoso
veneration for his long lino of
ancestors amounts almost to wor
ship Mr. Arbucklo shone to bet
tor advantage than in "The
Wife;" indeed, in tho opinion of
many tho company would havo
dono bettor to havo opened with
last night'B comedy. His pom
pous voice and niaunor and simu
lated pain iu tho heart under ex
citomont wero Bplondid bits of
character representation aud woro
novor laid aside for a moment.
Mr. Frawloy as tho baron's son
again had a socondary part iu
which ho maintained his reputa
tion for caroful acting. Liko Mr.
Clarke, it is probable Mr. Fraw
loy has some surprises in storo
for tho public in which moro
scope will bo afforded his talent.
Miss Blanche Batos as tho prot
ty Chicago widow captured the
audiouco by her beauty aud winr
ning ways trom tho start
and she mado tho most of a
character in which sho could
hardly bo seen at hor best, which
calls for a bettor chanco to dis
Miss Hope Ross scored another
succoss as the pork pocker'rf
hoiross and is becoming a general
favorite, whilo Miss Plioa McAl
lister mado the most of tho part
of tho baroness.
At tho conclusion of the third
act the company was repeatedly
called before tho curtain in on
swor to continued applause. Most
of those present last night wero nt
the previoiu prtiiiumv In
Mrs. Irwin's paity wero the two
Misses Atkinson, Miss Parker,
MarshaLBrowu, Mr. Willis and
others. With Mrs. Wildor wero
Miss Helen Wilder, Miss Harriot
Wilder, Mr. nuil Mro. V. W. Man-
forlane and Gerritt Wilder. Dr.
Murruy and a party of friends oc
cupiod ono of tho uppor boxes.
Commissioner Howes was in his
usual seat ot tho left of the drcsn
VntY KOL'GII l'ASSAUn.
Scan Do Much Dnmncc ih
Dr. George II. Huddy, who
returned homo in tho Mono
wai, furiushes tho Bulle
tin with tho following account
of what was ouo of tho roughest
experiences mot by that vessel:
"Tho Mouowai loft San Francis
co Thursday, Novombor 12th, at
2:30 p. iu., with a largo passongor
list. Dropped pilot at 4:15 and
passed tho Farralones at 5:15 p.
m., steaming under most favorablo
weather. Had fine sailing until
Saturday when sho met a storm,
the roughest in all hor experionco
out of 'Frisco, ami about 4 p.m.
sho shipped two tremendous seas
which caused commotion and ex
citement among passeugors and
crow. There was damago doue to
tho forward dock by tho forco of
'Ono of threo boilers, each
woighiug four aud half tons, ond
which wero deck freight
for Auckland, woa washedjiver
board and considerable other
damage was dono. Tho quarters
of tlio Captain and officers wero
deluged by tho water, which also
flooded tho steerage department.
Tho Btoamcr woe put under half
speed for thirty-six hours, weather
moderating Monday tho ICth.
Tho ship's olliceis detorvo
special piaise for their prompt
attention to all matters, both in
regard to comfort of passungei8
and ship's damages.
"This is tho Monowai's first
misfortuno during her long ond
most successful run on this routo.
Sho makes ono more trip, when
she will bo roploced by o larger
and fastor steamer. Tho Mono
woi will bo missed by thoso who
havo had tho good fortune to
travel by her, with all her goutlo
manly officers, nnd it is hoped
that wo will seo tho same Bot of
gentlemen in command of tho
next steamor. They havo bocotno
favorites with tho travoling publio
aud thereby ever coutinuo tbo po
pularity of the men aud boats of
tho U. S. S. Co. of Now Zealand.
Long and proBporous career to tho
good old ship Monowai."
At TIioiiiu Square.
Tho Hawaiian bond, Professor
Borgor leading, will render tho
following musio at the Hawaiian
hotel this evening, conunoncing
March Uersagllcrl EUcnlicr
Ovt.rtiiro-Lij;lit Ciunlry Uuppu
Iii'tnltilircnvts of All Niitlons Doillrcy
Miilkul Wnlylo, 1'i'u l.lko Leluii, Muul no o
Mi-ille) Hlack Iirl,rado Brjor
(larottu -Welcome Kliia
Waltz Tliu ayren Wuldtcufel
Polka A Good Kiss Coote
Hum all Co no I.
ThiicU-iii ueconl llrolteu.
London, Eug., Nov. 10. At tho
Crystal Palace today tho tandem
bicycle record for half a milo was
broken by McGregor und Nolson,
who rodo tho distance iu 57 seo
ouds. San Franoisco pooplo aro bo
coming alarmed at tho prevalence
of diphthoria in that city.