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HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1897.
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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
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I'riu rr-itliiiri In 1'nllril Mntci Con.
urrHtt.-r.ilioui lien la Vi nrin-
Culm Still I hero.
Bolow is a couiploto summary
o the two days' nows o genorul
interest received by tho Mariposa
unci dating to the 3rd inst. :
Tin; i:ahti:kn tiiddiii.k.
Vmma Wonder nt the I'otvcra
Blorkade of Ureece.
Colonel Vasflos, commander of
tbu Grcok forces in Oroto, declines
to reWou Turkish prisoueis after
tbo failure of tbe Admirals to en
force tbo Kandauos ngreomont.
Tho Turks if released would Bim
ply bo turned against tbo Christi
ans again. Ho is surprised that
tbo Admirals should garrison
Canea, when bo bad given bis
word that be would not attack it.
It was uottruo that flour was
refuted admission for tbe suffering
people. Only tbe other day a vessel
laden with iloar tfas sunk.
"T ho written my last letter
to tho Admirals," ho savs in writ
ing to tho Patriarcli of Cauea,
"and I shall not attack thorn, but
if they come against mo I would
light them, even if thorp wero six
toon instead of six Powers.
Sidney Robetts Burleigh, a war
correspondent, sayB bo was shot at
by Turkish outposts on tbo way to
tbe insurgent camp at Malaxa, al
though bo was truveling under a
Tbo Uritish Admiral in Cretan
waters roports borne that bo bad
rocoived a dispatch from Colonel
Vussos, which was "full of mis
representations." Answers to questions in tlm
British Houso of CommouB wore
to tho following effect: It was
not known that any government
was Bonding artillery into Crote
oxcepting Russia. Germany was
not Bonding troops to Oroto. Tho
5 rout Powers wero not siding with
'urkey, but defonding tho lives
of Mahomnicdan Cretans against
tboso who wero not Mahomniod
ans, and tboir allies. Tbo policy
of tho British government was to
givo tbo Cretans solf-govommont.
This last was a roply from Mr.
Balfour to aviolont spoooh by Mr.
Labouoboro, who characterized
tho policy of the govorumont as
"fostoring a perfect nest of anar
chy and slaughter."
Cretan insurgents tired riflo
shots at a blockhouso known to
have beon occupied by foroign
troop" who replaced tbe Turkish
garrison. Tho troops returned
tho lire, when tho insurgents ro
tired. Mr. Gladstono has writton a
lottor in wbioh ho hopes that
Parliament will firmly resist the
claim of tho Powors to ohooso a
ruler of tbo Cretans. Tbo Powors,
Mr. Gladstono adds, aro entitled
to claim that whoever ohall bo
solocted as Priuco of Creto shall
be disposed and ablo to fairly
recognize Ottoman suzerainty in
tho island, but beyond that tbo
selection of a rulor ib purely a
Hostilities in Croto aro pro
ducing a bad impression in Con
stantinople and it is bolioved that
tbo Turkish Government will
soon proposo to tho Powers that
Turkey horsolf bo permitted to
take action against tho iusurgonts.
Tho AtbonB correspondent of
tho London Cbroniclo says in
surgent bauds aro already crossing
tbo frontier, and Albania is on tho
verge of a revolt. Ho further
say a: "1 can also confirm tbo re
port of tbo oxistonco of a secret
treaty botweon Russia and Tur
key, negotiated by Prinoo Lo
bauoff." An Athena dispatch of tho 2nd
inst. BayB: It is reported hero
tonight that the Greek Govern
ment has boon notified BCtni-officially
that a bloekado of tbo Grook
ports will bo enforced within
tbroo or four days. And from St.
Petersburg tho same dato comes
tbo statement: A bloekado of
Greece, which the ltussian press
thinks tbo likeliest way of forcing
tbo situation, by exciting tho1
Greeks lo hostile acts on tlie
Turkish frontier, has evidently
been decided upon.
r Tbe Presidont ollerod M. II de
Youuij, propriotor of tbo fcjuii
Francisco Cbroniclo, the choice of
several niiuor foreign missions,
but he declined tho honor. Murk
Hunuo, it is said, blocked do
Young's ambition to be an Am
.Tho battleship Iowa is out of
drydock and ready for sea.
Nearly 3000 Dunkards aud
Mennonitos passed through St.
Paul on tbeir way to tboir now
homes in North Dakota..
Tho Senatorial deadlock in
Kentucky is costing tho Stato
1000 a day.
Astoria, Oregon, has adopted an
ordinance to license gambling for
tbe sake of tbo revenue, which is
estimatod will bo 810,000 a year.
Thousands of families along tho
Mississippi aro without shelter,
having boon flooded ont of tbeir
homes. At Momphis the river is
fallinc. Peotilo of St. Louis are
becoming alarmed, tbo river bav- !
ing broken the record there for
rapidity of rise.
Corbett nnd FitzsimmonB aro
running rival shows ut lfenvor,
Colorado, a featuro of which is
tongue lashing of each other.
Charges of bribery will bo used
to provont Henry Heitfield from
taking tho seat for Idaho in tho
United States Sonato. It is alleg
ed that Mark Ilanna's money
bought thioo raombors of the Log
islaturo.. In hoed of protests from tbo
West the Cabinet has bad a con
sultation on President Cleveland's
forest reborvalion. It was decided
to have caroful surveys mado and
farm lunds segregated.
Genorui Chas. A Carlotoi, wbo
rose from tho ranks to wear a
Brigadier-General's stars in the
ciTil war, died at his homo in Now
York, aged G2 years. Ho was a
brother of George W. Carlotou,
Four Cuban resolutions wero
introduced in tho Sonato on tbo
1st iust.i ono by Mr. Morgan be
ing to recognize Cuba's belligerent
Presidont MoKinley has rocog
nizsd tho proposed bloekado of
Greece by tho European Powers.
Seuator Chandler refused to
couseut to a final vote on tbo ar
bitration treaty on April 1, owing
to-Bjitain'a conduct in tbo Cretan
matter aud also her conduct to
ward the Boors.. Ho said ho would
probably vote fr tbo treaty in the
end, but ho was not in tho mood
for it that day.
DIKQLKY ON HUOAI1.
lteprosontativo Dingloy, in a
press dispatch on tho tariff, says
this of tho sugar duties:
"Tbe bill increases tbo duty on
raw sugar about threo-quartors of
a cent por pound, both for tbo
purpose of rovouue aud of protec
tion. This iucieaso ot duty will
yield about S20.000.000 of addi
tional rovonuo, aud at tbo samo
time will oncourago tho produc
tion of sugar in tho United States.
Wo paid lost yoar about S8 1,000,
000 to toroigu coubtries for sugar,
a sum which will soon bo increas
ed to $100,000,000. Now that wo
havo an opportunity, growing out
of our immediate nood for rov
onuo, to oncourago tbo domestio
production of beet sugar, tlioro
otifjht tp bo no hesitation in en
acting tbo logislidiou proposed."
Among nominations sent by
tho Presidont to tho Sonato are:
Andrew D. White of Now York,
Ambassador to Germany.
William F. Draper of Massa
chusetts, Ambassador to Italy.
Chandler nalo of Maino, sec
retary of Embassy at Romo,
Samuel L. Cracoy of Massa
chusetts, Consul at Foocbow,
Continued on Sth Payt.
HE IS SULKY AND MOROSE
I UK .IttmnKKMI tlUTLKK NKEIHS IO I'AltAUIt PUS OP FltonilKSN, .I.K1
11 1VK UIVKX IIP HOI'E. I Mini: AM PAIN.
Willi IiimI roiikluiill.v lor I'rnr Tlinl lie
M'll (oimiill Siilclilo Jin Al.
lliulj Vtli'iuiHril l.
Wboij won by a Bulletin rep
resentative this morning in bis
floating pridou oo board tbo Mari
posa, tho Australian murderer was
sulky and it-fused to talk. He ap
peared sullen and morose and to
bo chafing nthis close confinement
like a wild boast.
Detoctives McHattio aud Con
roy kfit a nloso watch on him,
while tbo former told of the trouble !
they had bad with tho prisoner on
tboir way down. After leaving San
Francisco Butlor seomed to loso
all hope and to givo up complete
ly. Tbo day boforo loaving ho at
tomptod to commit auicido by sov
oriug the right temporal artery
with his thumbnail but bo was
discovered in timo to pi event it,
although bo bad succeeded in
making a ragged wound nnd cov
ering himself with blood. All the
way clcjrn b. h..c bc:u bins
everything possible to got nt the
wouud and tear it opon ngoin. To
prevent this his finger nails are
kept trimmed as closely as possi
bio and every move he makes is
carefully watched. The dotectivos
take turns in watching him, two
of them being constantly on duty
while the third is sloeping.
Deputy - marshal Hitchcock
boarded tho Mariposa early
this morning and toudored
iniy assistance that might bo
necessary to Inspector Roobo,
who thankfully accopted the ser
vmo3 of n conple of stalwart po
licemen, one of whom -vnv Mion
cd in the corridor loading to the
stateroom which is Bet apart for
tbo murderor's prison with orders
to allow no ono to pass by. Later
suob a crowd of peoplo flocked to
tho steamer in tbe hopes of gain
ing a look at the tnnrderor that
tbo decks wero cleared and no ono
was allowed on board excopt on
business. This was necessary as
tbo crowd intoifored with neces
About 10 o'clock Inspector
Roche was taken up to tbo Mar
shal's ollico by Captain Harry
Evans, and later was shown tbo
city by Captain Ronken, who
took him to various points of in
terest in a back. Detectives Mc
Hattio and Conroy wore taken for
a drivo when they stoppod over
on their way to Sau Francisco
and oluncu L Lcr c! ..
watoh on tbeir priftonor whilo
their superior took a littlo lespito
from his arduous dutios.
Tbo stateroom iittod up for' tbo
murdoror'B prison is No. 31 on tho
starboard side of tbo vessol.
Everything in tho shapo of furni
ture has boon removed from it ox
copt tho lower of tho throo bunks on
which tho mnnLir sponH mo-it
of hif'time. Near tho odgo of this
bunk a stout stool ring .has boen
rivoted to wbioh the murdoror is
chained whenever ho has ono of
his surly fits on. Tho Btool storm
obuttorof tho port hole tbatsorves
as a window has boon closed and
tbo only light that roaches the
coll is through tho brass-rimmed
dead light. Tho statoroom on tho
opposite sido of the corridor is
reserved for tho dotectivos and
has boon so arranged that while
lying in their bunks they can soo
dirootly into Butlor'e coll. Tho
prisoner is given occasional oxer
ciso, when ho is not too surly to
take it, early in tho morning or
lato at night when tho other pas
sengers am not about. Ho is tbon
handcuffed to two of tho dotectivos
on oithor sido of him
and allowed to walk tho deck for
about an hours, but ho has not
availed bimsolf of this priviloge
very ofteu during tho voyago.
Captain Harry Evans found out
from the dotoctives tbo particular
Continued on flh Payc.
NOTES FROM HILO TOWN
rmorllilinli- Nntlin I,op it Ilmiil
HrcUlmi In tlniiiuliry IMiillr-
Theie was a great rush for tho
Kaiwiki homesteads four miles
out of Hilo, of which tbo Bulle
tin gave tho pioneor notico of iu
tondod opening sonio time ago,
nnd many applicants wore turned
away sad. Moio land io to bo
opened for sottlomont in tbo same
A column of ileum From Olaa in
tho Tribuuo is mainly of now
coffoo planting, improvements
about settlors' homes, new busi
ness ventures, etc., with-a epice ot
social diversions in tho settlement.
Hilo got tho boxing match re
sult by tbo bark Roderick Dbu.
Howard Hitchcock seemed
some line sketches on thu Kona
The Hilo tennis court is ready,
but thero is no playing.
Mr. aud Mrs. C. C. Kennedy
gave a largo card parly in honor
of tho visit of Alex. Young and
the Misses Young.
Scats for tho now Foroign
iburch havo arrived from the
CoaBt and the clock will soon
Drs. AVilliams aud Mooro nm
putod thohhnd of Goo. Nakanu
ahi, a natio, tbo opt,4tion being
An entertainment for tbo bone
fit of tho Kiudergarton this even
ing U going to bo a great buccesa
according to tho preparations.
Captain Matson is going to send
down a yacht from San Francisco
which will niako tho wator warm
for tho presout ploaBuro fleet.
Robert ltycroft has reooived a
decision in his favor, acainst tbo
Government, from tho Boundary,
Uommiasiouers. it affects the
title to 2000 acres, mostly good
As soon as sugar slncks off, tbo
steamer Helono will bo put on
tbo run borweon Honolulu and
Hilo, with the Kiuau making a
fivo days' service
Mr. McKiunon, a bright young
man from Honolulu, has adopted
tho building business in Hilo,
aud begins by putting up n houso
lncilinMy o-r the nolo of
shuuties on the Government lota
on Bridge street, F. S. Lyman
gave Mr. Sevorauco tho auctioneer
a commission to make u clean
sweep of old buildings belonging
to him. Thus tho march of im
provement takoB its way.
Mr. Dosky has bought fifteen
acros on tho Volcano road, which
ii umii ov up wm t'.n lots. '
J. A. Martin, ono of tho graud
old men of Hilo, is very poorly.
Hilo Boarding School has giv
en up its ico making business to
tbe Electric Light Company.
You aro invited to tbo union
meeting of tbe Y. P. S. 0. E., tbo
Epworth League, tho Y. P. S. of
tho Chi istiau Church and tbo Y.
M. O. A., Sunday oveniug at 15:30
at Y. M. C. A. hall. Loadors: H.
E Coleman, MissGearlmrdt, Mrs.
Holmes unci Mr. Todd. Topiu:
"Our Brothers' Keepers," Gen.
4:3-lG. Solos by Miss Hainan aud
J. Q. Wood. Musio by largo choir
led by Dr. Burgeas. Song servico
begins at 0:20 o'clock, Como
TroaBuror Fornnndos roported a
balauco of $-150 on baud iu tbe
benefit fund nnd $200 in
tho investment fund, at tho
semi-annual mooting of tlio
Young Hawttiiaus Institute laBt
PRESIDENT DOLE INVITED
Tinti:i: ntvs' i.xritrisus to ro.v
MotAii: oi' v,i.i:iu'iii'rii.
SiiiI Ardilrnt In Two Jlrl llonli
Suiinrpril In Virl IM11111.
LwtviKV, April 8, 1897. Tho
consecration ot Waineo church
will take place on the 18th of this
month. Most of tho Sabbath
schools of Maui aud Molokai will
participate, and many prominent
people from tboso islauds and Ho
nolulu are expocted. Invitations
have boon issued by tbo committee
in cbnrge. Following ia tbo pro
gram as arranged: Sunday, tho
consecration ceremonies; Monday,
au evening concert; Tuesday,grand
Sabbath school exhibition, fol
lowed by a luau froo to all, given
in tbo courthouso square. Presi
dent Dolo and others are expected
to be present. .
. A very sad accident occurred on
Wednesday in uhu-h two native
girls wore solely injured. 1'hey
wero riding in a sugar car ou tho
railroad botweon Knanapali and
Lubaiim, although f'biiMcp by
tho manager to do so. One of the
trucks jumped th tracks aud tho
girls woie thrown out. Tho truck
passed ovei them, breaking tho
thigh and arm of one and injuring
tho head of the other. Dr. Davi
Bon fears internal injuries.
High surf has somewhat re
tarded tho lauding of Capt. Ahl
bom's steam pump from tbo Mi
kahala this week. Tho Claudino
and Mikahala each bad a boat
Bwamped by tbo waves, without
damage boyond a ducking, and a
fow lost packagos of merchandise
Tbo April issue of Hawaii's
Young People is ou$ and most ot
tho teachers without certificates
aro attending tho examinations at
Wailuku, to tako place Friday and
Saturday. Tho vacation, brief
aud Hooting, is now being onjoyed
by tboso who havo -well earned it
-and others too, perhaps.
Tbo Labaiua Tonnis Club will
bold a business meeting shortly.
AT MAKIU ISLAND. .
'ruffrmu Mr the Concert Tomorrow
At Makeo Islaud tomoriow
afternoon at 3 o'clock tho Govern
ment baud will play tbo following
Tlic Old Huudnil.
0 orturc ltarmoml Thomit
"alli.l-l.iit Wnlilj Piiuutl
Puntafcla l'ori'lilUliI 1'fO. cisloii
KvmlnlscinctM of Mcmltlnsolin .Ouilficy
Cornet Solo Hemcuibmuca of Liberty..
Mr. Cbarlcn Kreutcr.
Cborut Tannliauscr Warner
Echo l'lue Tliurlnglan Forest Kleslcr
Finnic Carmen , Uizut
Tin: jAiMNtst: i.ivi:.
Mny Jtnn lo Sun I'rnnclco Iiislcml
Tho Ban Francisco Chronicle
says: "Thero is a strong possi
bility that tho Nippon Yusou
Kaisha may sovor its rotations
with tho Great Northorn Railway
in tho noar future and run its
stoamora to Sau Francisco instead
of Seattle. At loast Colonel C.
F. Crocker thinks so, and ho ex
pressed au opinion to that effect
At Eliiuin Nqnure.
Following is tho progrnm for
the band concort at Emma square
this afternoon at 4:30.
OTcrtnre Struggle for Fortnno ,Sitpi9
Finale I Gluramento Sunclll
BeiUttlon Said 1'asbi (by rentunt)....
Cornet aolo Sea Flower ltollliiion
Mr. Charles Kreuler.
MdrLb My Darktow n Hal Johnson
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