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Vol. III. No. 578.
HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1897.
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h easy enough if ycu lool: for it in
the ri,''it plaie T.u ir. tin. right
place '3 lrHrn iu-L .vli.-il to do for that
(lcbiltt-iting cowl tin" whirh warm
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GOLD MEDALS altha WcrUs Chief ExposIOons.
Ayer's Pills cure constipation.
Hol lister Drug Co.. Ltd.
BoloAk'enta for the Iteimblio of Hawaii.
Wo have just receivpd a lino
of GRAFS LINENS ofEX
'I llEMELY FINE QUAL'
1TY and uro safe in saying
they are the finest ever im
is much Huporior to silk in
appenraneeMiiid there is no
comparison whatever in the
wear. "Wo have them in
ite and Colors
EC. a. JL3IA.KT,
10IJ Fort Strcot,
Jeweler aid Watclimaer
ap Having bought out tlio entire
stock of J E. Gomes I am prepared
to furnish Flrstelnss Jewelry at rea
Watchmaking ail Repairing a Specialty.
t6T Native Work of all kinds. Also
Architect and Superintendent
IBfe. Office: 305 Fort strcot,
Spreckols' Block, Room 5.
POWERS SHELL CRETANS
town Pi:stiioyi:i nv oyclom:
I'roNlilrut Krinwr I'milOiro liimill
In QiU'Cii Vlrlnrlu-Olher
l.nlctl I'orclicu Itonm.
By tho Coptic. b'x days from
Snn Francisco the following excit
ing news is brought:
THE 011ETANS BOMUAHDED.
Canea, March 31. Tho insurg
ents, by a bold stroke, occupied
tho hill on tho south Bide of Suda
bay last ovoning. They were
promptly shelled by tho British,
Austrian and Russian war ships.
At daybreak today tho fighting
was resumed and tho Cretans wero
driven from their positions. As
Boon aB tho firing ceased they
mado another attornpt to ro
covir tho ground and tho
war ships promptly rosumed tho
firing, which was very heavy for
several hours. During the can
nonade three Turks wero killed
aud five wounded.
The Hussion Consul at Rotimo
reports that when he commutii
cnted to the Cretans tun proulama
Hon c the Admirals inviting
them to lay down their arms, the
Cietau- replied that tho only
boon they would accept from tho
powers was political union with
BWOltDS WILL CLASH BETWEEN
TUllKEY AND GltEECE.
I undo i it i eli 31. t-A dispatch
from tho coi ioSioiident of tho
Dai y (Hiroincle. t Ehissouu tho
leiidquat lira of the Tinkish nn.)y,
Macoilnnii. sys War is iuevit
nblH it tho nfg" tuitions of the
powers fin . Thirty thousand in
surgents, tinned tothotoetb, nro
Hutting nt a certain point n tho
frontier. A woi-k from today is
tho anniversary of Greek inde
I'Ond nc. It !h hard to
believe that it cun put-H with
out their euthuuiasm breakiug nil
bounds, though Priuco Constnn
tine's orders are to exercise the
utmost strictness to prevent un
The correspondent of tho Daily
Chronicle at Volo, Greece, telo
graphs: A thousand roervist8
leached Volo toiluy. This i ex
tromel impoi timt, ntul I am con
fident that the national society is
beginning to move.
A public nieptint! held hero this
afternoon cent a deputation to
1 welcome I'rinee CouMantine aud
I tell him that the whole population
1 hopes .for an immediate'' advance
j The Crown Prince thauked thpui
i for their loyalty and devotion, said
he was touched by the bouudless
j uulliu-OHhin ami added: "I am
coufidenl that if the cruel ne'-pssi-ty
of war shoulil arise, we shall all
be ready to do our duty for our
country Let us htill hope, how
ever, that peace will crown our
jtiwt and )Htiintie ambitious."
' rOWXIM WILL ULOCKADE GltEEOE.
A 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 i - i . icli of Marc 31
Buys tt'0 b'ock do if Grecco b
, the I'mviiih till be enf iced nt an
I on 1 1 ' date. All iiMiounceiiieut
I fi'imi l'iui calls it a imitil bluok-
B'llin, Maro'i 31 A dispatch
to tho Ueilimr Tiig'-blntt from
Coiihtiu 1 ui'.plo says that fiv of
the iowois. not including Gr
main', deiivend n note to the Sul-
tun reijiustiiig tho imundato
withdiawul of the Turkish troops
from thu This!aliai) frontier.
KJlUEQl'll IJEl'ENDS VIOTOlUA's NAME
Presidont Kruegor, it is an
nounced at Capetown from Pro
toria,hns suspondod his grandson,
Eloff, from office, for muking n
speech in which bo iusultcd
Queen Victoria of Groat Britain.
Tho Presidont, in tho press, ex
presses his sincororogrotatEloff's
Major Sir John Willonghby,
ono of .lumeson's raidors, who was
sontouced to ton mouths' itupris-
Continued on 5th Pcuje.
XntA.NUK NIATr.J1K.MN AHOUI'lI.
Nccrvlnri Hlirrnimi Nnld To lie AiiIhud-
lilillr bill Mill llr l.o)Hl In lc
niiilcy'MlNitlry. Tho following extracts nro Worn
a long Washington dispatch of
March 29 to tho Chronicle:
Couched in tho language by
which Texas was mado a State of
tho Union, a joint resolution
providing for tho annexation
of Hawaii to the United
States was introduced in tho
House tuduy by ltopruson
tativo Spalding of Michigan. It
is the same as that intr ducod by
him last session. Under its pro
visions Congress giv-s consent
that tho Hawaiian Islxnds may
be erected into a new Stato to bo
known as the St'ite of Hawaii.
with u rcpubliuuu form of govoru-
Tho f-oling of tho Administra
tion toward Hawaii has already
been shown as most friendly.
"While ProMduut McKinley has
iiuvor pai iu.o worda I113 belief
that the timo has come for tho
drawing together of the Govern
ments, it has beou known for
some time that he favored
defmito action on this line.
Tho Secretary of Statu is op
posed to annexation. Not only
does ho not want to tuko Hnwaii
into the United States, but ho
does not favor the addition of auy
territory to that at present
comprising tho Republic
Ho hon snid recontly, how
ovor, ou this subject, that
ho is in the Stato Uepurtmont to
carry out the wishes and policy of
Annexation is not tho pros-nt
aim of tho representatives of tn
wafi ox Ministor Thurston, At
torney Q. nornl W. O. Smith nud
Judge llurtwell now here at
wtnk. They favor the incorpora
tion of a torntory under .tho
stroug protection of this Guvoru
1110 t. Their expressed boliofis
tlmt there is not siilliciout Auglo
Saxou population on thf island to
gu rintee a nt hie republic, el-"e
t oy would not be in favor of any
oh ut from existing condition''.
They say, however, that as a
pait of tho Unitoil States there
would be 11 stroug, steady inoreaso
in the English-speaking immi
gration, which would lenult in the
settling of tliu ialuuds by leupto
competent for self-government,
when a State might be erected
from the Teriitni and bo qutili
hVi! In ttiko care of all !o"nl insti
On ever( hand tho Hawniians
have mot with encouiagemeiit since
thoy got to work. I'ueru is d
strmit! feeling in the House, led
by New England members prinoi
pall, and in the Senate the sanio
Bi'ctiou furnishes the strougust ud
vnculeri uf co-,t?r r.;Iiil!oiih. i'lin
llauaiiau repiewentntives imvo
bnen met, tliey say, in a most
friendly spirit by the Adiniuistui
tion. Kroin IcttfM reci'ivt'tl by tho
Coptic this altornooii it is learn
ed that Minister Match and At
torney (lonerni Smith have beon
accorded a 20-iiinntH inter
view with President MoKniloy, at
tho oloso of which hegivo them
to iindeistiiiid tlat toe annexation
quontion would lecoive his early
consideration. The general tenor
of the lottors ngarding annexa
tion is most eiicoiirugi g,
Nowlywed (proudly) I always
mnko it a poiut to toll my wifo
everything that happens. Old
Sport Pooh 1 That's nothing. I
tell my wifo lots of thiugs thut
"Don't woop bo, ma'am. Othor
boys have gone to sea and return
ed alive and well why shouldn't
yours?" "I ul J Jim iB go-going
on a bub-bub-buttlobhip, sir!"
'RECIPROCITY IS OPPOSED
.NUKItUAN RAID TO I'AVOK AI1UO
4JATION. rrcmmrr lit Ilo rxorlpi Acaliist Mil.
I'ualiirn r Hit' llliiuliij'
Washington, Mnrch 31. Sona
tor Perkins was apprised today by
wiro that two more momorinls
from tho sugar beet growers of
California, nsking for tho abroga
tion of tho reciprocity treaty with
Hawaii, wero ou tho way to him.
Whon thoy arrive thoy willbo trans
mitted to tho Senate, and will form
pti i.r!,r rin .. u j.,'- .nit now
being exerted toward changing
this feature of tho Diiigloy tariff
The fuel that the oppononts of
tho reciprocity troaty ni--do no
fight 011 it in the House indicates
that all possible u eight has been
exortod in the Senate. Senator
Perkins, when tho subject was
fust bio'ight up, saw tlieRiimb
lican luiiders, u bo at tlmt time 1 x
prcssed their b 1 of tlmt tho Am
erican party- could not ull'ord to
oppose tin wan or throw unyiiiing
in tho way of closer relations
with tho islands.
Henry Oxnnrd, who is mnkiug
tho light, said today that he had
assurances that many leading men
on the Republican sidohad chang
ed their views on the matter.
Members of tho Finance Commit
tee, who aro now atwoik ou tho
tariff bill, will not discuss their
standing, as the sugar schedule
has not beon touched and they
rofuso to forecast their action. It
is believed tho attack ou the treaty
will tuko tho form of omitting
from the tariff bill if sufficient
strength is developed that
clauso of tho sugar schedule
which roads: Provided, that
nothing herein contained shall bo
so construed as to abrogate or in
auy mauner impair or affect tho
provisions of tho treaty of com
mercial reciprocity concluded be
tween the United States and tho
King of tho Hawaiian islands ou
tho 30th day of Jauuary, 1875, or
tho provisions of any act of Con
gress heretofore passed for execu
tion of tho same.
The proviso has stood in ovory
tariff lull up to the present time,
and there wonld bo a hard fight
against its elimination in tho
House. Those favoring tho abro
gation of tho treaty say that thoy
iiao Secretary of Stato Sherman
with thorn, but he will do nothing
, which is not in lino with tho po
licy 01 iUoKiiiu-y, wuioh in not
known as jot.
TllltllATK.MIII IlllV M! HI MlHt.
NKM'knirn and Olhur Ilccomlinc
tlxriiH'd nt llin Akaeiice ol Iliilu.
Tho prolonged dry spoil is
causing considerable alarm among
tho stockmen ou this lsluud, es
pecially on the othor side, and it
is commonly remnrkod that it
copious taiiiB do not fall in a fow
weeks largo quantities of stock
will peiish for waut of something
Judgipg from data kindly
furnished the Bulletin by Frank
Brown this morning, the pros
pects of heuvy rains in this
month nro not good. In 1800
thoro was pluuty of rain in tho
month of April, tho amount be
ing -1.87 inohve In 1891 the fall
was ouly 1.07; in 1802 it as 1.08;
in 1893 1.70; in 1891 only 1.-15; in
1895 it was 1.18 only and last year'
2.78. In overy ono of tho years
mentioned most of tho rain foil
after April 20th.
Notwithstanding tho elegant
display lately at N. S. Sachs'
storo, nnother now lot of Easter
millinery nrrived by tho Austra
lia aud is now opon for inspection.
Elogaut flowers, now ribbons,
swell shirt wnists, nnd exquisito
organdies will bo oxnibitou.
THE NEW ARMORY MATTER i
hunch i it i on i.isr is Mir ii it a i v I
Ni I'roNiircdia linn ,Yct llrru lre-
inrnl Inr 1'riMciilnlliiii to Iho
lluihirni( Com mil 11 1 ly.
Colonel Fishor, Major MoLeod
and othirs interested in tho pro
posed now armory building
ropudiato in toto tho statements
mado in this morning's paper that
a cortain subscription list with a
heading or pioapeolua attached
has been propared for presenta
tion to tho business community
in the hopes that sutfisiont funds
may be raised to start tho work.
Colonol Fishor mado the follow
ing statement of tho affair and
how tho suppoBod prospectus
came into the bauds of the Adver
tiser to a Bulletin representa
tive this morning:
A fow days ago a certain party
came to mo aud asked to bu al
lowed to eulist in tho regulars,
sayiug that he was out of
work and could get nothing to do.
I mlviaed tho man not to enlist,
bityiug that l.o uuht 10 wait n lit
tlo and try and find something
more suitanlc. Knowing that ho
hud beeu connected with the presB
1 thought I would give him a lit
tle writing to do to help him out.
1 told him that the committee on
tho now armory hud very little
timo to spare, but were anxious to
gpt the nrmory project started.
That if ho would draw up a sort
of draft of a pronpectus as a basis
for tho committee to work ou, on
lines which I suggested to him
there and thon, aud which appear
ed in a previous interview pub
lished in tho Bulletin, I would
pay him for his 'work out of my
own pocket. Ho said he
wonld do so, and went off.
I think it was yesterday ho
handed mo a folded paper which I
put in my pocket, not having timo
to read it. When I saw the sup
posed prospectus printed in tho
Advertiser this morning I referred
to tho paper in my pocket and
found that tho wording was iden
tical. I have since beeu inform
ed that ono of the Advertiser mou
had a copy of the document be
fore the origiual was given to me.
"You may state if you wish, as
coming from mo, that the commit
tee on the armory building, con
sisting of Major J. W. Joues,
Captain E. O. Whito and mysdf,
has not yet held a meeting, that
wo have formulated no prospectus
or heading for subscription list or
h ij 'li'i'g o" ! k'nil ,ud that tho
publication of any sinh document
as appeared lu print this morning
has not been sauctionod by the
committoo and thut for myself 1
"You may stato further that I
have nover had any intention of
nor have I evor advocatod tho col
lection of funds by popular sub
.yriyi; p. jy idea Iihs been to
raise funds by meaiiB of couoorts,
ontortaiumonts and dances and to
givo value received for all tho
money we get. Of course, if any
merchant feels like contributing
to tho fund, his donation will bo
gratefully roceivod, but the com
mitteo will not bo found going
round on tiny begging expeditious.
"Tho publication of tho so-called
prospectus is to bo regretted,
but thoso aro the facts of tho mat
ter." Nilbinurlnfi Pnlut.
A paint suitablo for ships, sub
marine buildings, etc., may bo
mado as follows: Reduce hydro
siliealo of copper from sulphate
of coppor by moans of potash aud
glucoBo. Amalgamate thosedimout
with onrbolia acid, warm slightly
nnd mix with linseed oil, nnd then
add tho dosired minornl colors.
Tho carbolio ncid hydro-eilicato of
coppor thus involved acts as n
violout poison to animals aud
plant-liko substauces. Canadian
IN THE HIGHER COURTS
iim: jimm:si: i;oi)Mitv nioki:
I'urlllliiii (iriinlril Inr IIoIiIiikoii
I.uiiiIh riiiiilinml Dullur I lU'
III I'roliulr-AolKiiio Mrcted.
On the petition of Ed.lToff
schhieger A; Co., Judge Perry this
morning adjudged bankrupt tho
firm of Olufuku it Co., doing busi
ness nt Hnnapepo, Kauai. C.
Brown appeared for tho patition
ors, whilo Nokamura in person
represented the firm. Proof of
claims and election of assignco
will bo hold ou next Monday.
Honry Smith, clerk, has taxed
tho plaintiffs' bill of costs in J. K.
Smytho ot al. vs. Hakuolo ot al. at
S101 50, disallowing moro ..than
mac amount ot tno Dill as rend
ered. Three creditors proved claims
amounting to S18U5G against W.
S. Bartlett, and the siugfe creditor
votiug mado choico of S. I. Shaw
for assignee. The assignee has
filed a bond of S100.
Judge Perry lias appointed J.
H. Kauno guardinu ot Puhipaka
.Malamii, minor, uuder $200 boudT
Judge Perry granted the bill
for partition " of Robiusou vs.
Robinson, appointing W. A. Wall
as commissioner to divide tho
Lulia Wuiauuhea, grand daugh
ter of the tentator, petitions for
probate of the will of Kailikea, of
Maemue, Honolulu, who was
eighty years of age when she died,
aud left real estate at Puoki,
North Kohala, Hawaii, valued at
1000. Among several grand
daughters left as hoirs, tho peti
tioner is named in tho will us do
viaee and legatee, also as execu
trix. tiik iiauky ixsTiruri:.
Meeting: at llnalurmi Men lo Uomlder
Thoro will bo a meeting of busi
ness men who take au interest in
the work of the Hagey lustituto,
at the rooms of tho Chamber of
Commerco this afternoon at 4:30.
Tho ohiof business for considera
tion will bo the matter of eroding
a suitable building in a contra!
part of the city for accommodating
both the curative aud tho social
departments of the institution.
It is expected that there will be a
large atteudauco at this meeting.
The Wurrimoo that is expected
hero April l(i. from Victoria will
bring a largo consignment of
Original Bock Beer for tho An
chor Saloon. Whilo there has
beeu Bock Beor on the Honolulu
market, it does not begin to com
pare with tho consignment that
tho Anchor will hsvo 011 tap nftcr
Iho uuival of Hie Warriinoo. Tho
reason for this is that tho Book
that has already ty rived is too
fresh. The Bock Beor in the
States is mode at tho first of tho
year and kept till May 1. Tho con
signmout to arrive is some of tho
origiual beor aud is guaranteed to
be better than any Bock ovor im
ported. "Wait for it. It will bo
6u tap at the Anchor after tho
nrrival of tho Warriinoo.
llllo Improvement. """J
At tho Iuterior Dopurtmont to
day wore eold tho leases for thirty
years of two Government lots, in
tho town of Hilo. J. G. O'Rourko
was tho purohasor of both, paying
$150 for ono and $25Q for tho
other, boing advances respective
ly of $150 and $10 on tho upset
prices. Tho conditions require
tho lessoo to oroct a substantial
fireproof block on each lot within
Superior bronkfast sausago is a
spocialty at tho Central Market.
Ring up 101.
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