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L 4 EVENIKG BULLETIN, APRIL 27, 1897.
w ' BI AUTHORITY. - beardslee's successor
HA' -'' Continued from 1st Page.
K4 AiiAwuiwi j.iw.vyw. IlDA.An.lIlltAl, JOSKP1I N. MII.LKK
Tho Greeks report tlint tho .....
HC Holders o( witter privileges, or thoco
KJ, paying water rates, are hereby notl-
Kt fled that tbo hours (or Irrigation pur-
H&1 '" ' posoH are from 6 to 8 o'olock a. m. and
KT' from 4 to 6 o'clock p. m.
M- . ANORUWIIUOWN,
UL's Sunt. Honolulu Water Works.
mjt Approved: J. A. Kino, Minister of
; Honolulu, II. I., April 0, 1S97.
5f;? Euei?ii? Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
TUESDAY, AF1UL 27, 1897.
ANNEXATION THE ONLY
Attorney Gouoral Smith bus
kindly furnished a rpprosontativo
of tho Bulletin with matter con
tained in a letter ho received from
Mr. Thurston at Washington
today. ' Tho lottor indicates
h strong opposition to tho recip
rocity treaty from every sec
tion whoro sugar, either cano
or boot, is produced in tho Union.
Mr. Thurston holds tho.t tho only
assurance tho Hawaiian planters
can havo of retaining advantage
ous trade relations with tho Unit
od Status lies in annexation. Tho
treaty is bound to bo in danger,
from session to session of Con
gross increasingly as tho boot
sugar industry develops. Regard
iug tho tariff, Mr. Thurston
only convoys what is known
through the newspapers, that the
bill is still before tho Senate
committee. The llouso is ad
journing ovory three days, and it is
given out that uo other legislation
than tarill will bo heard at tho
Bpecial session. Yot it is doubt
ful if other legislation can, under
coitim circumstances, bo prevent
ed om being brought forward.
Mr. Thurston says that tho Jap
aneso quostion in Hawaii is attract
ing a great deal of attention in tho
United States. Whilo it is not
believed that forco will be used
by Japan, tho action of tho Ha
wauan Government in regard to
Japanese immigration is present
ing, moro forcibly than nvor, tho
qubtion of what is to bo tho
future destiny of these Hawaiian
Referring to a characteristic ex
hibition of ignorance in a contem
porary that ulFucta all kuowlodgo,
a local physiciuu says that the city
of San Francisco is never frco
from cases of diphtheria. Tho Ho-'
nolulu Board of Health ought to
compose its wrangles and hair
splitting over smallpox quaran
tine, and see that no precaution
against a worso enemy ba neglect
ed. Diphtheria is essentially a filth
disease, but spreads from its foul
breeding placos with extraordi
nary facility. Since the foregoing
was in type, today's mail brings
tho intolligonco thai diphtheria is
epidemic in tho Children's Hos
pital of San Francisco. Thoro is
now little doubt that the disoaso
has appeared in Honolulu, and
loss that it has been imported
from tho Coast. Is it not time
thut tho Board of Health took
steps to havo all baggago of pas
Bougors from Sau Fraucisco fumi
gated, also tho mails from that
JAl'ANtMi: UIJ.MSOAI COMINU.
Tho Greeks report that tho
Turks lost 7000 killed and
wounded at Rovoni, but this osti
mato is probably excessivo. Tho
Grook engineers constructed a
bridgo at Pachyskalos to onablo
their troops to cross tho river. It
is said that tho Turkish forces at
taching Reveni uutubored moro
than 10,000 men.
Tho Turkish forces continue to
hold tho Milouna pass, though it
is roported that tho Greeks are
advancing or making ready to ad
vance to rooccupy the positions
from which thoy woro dislodged
on Sunday. Tho two blockhouses
have been strongly fortified and it
would take a powerful body of
Greek troops to recapturo thorn.
Heavy lighting began at Gnzo
vali at noon Monday. Tho Greoks
wero trying to recapturo tho
Urown Prince Constantino has
gone to Tymavos.
Tho Greeks havo occupied
several stratogic positions around
Damasi, including Vtigliu. Throe
thousand armed peasants havo
joined tho troops. It is allogod
that 22,000 Turks attacked Rovoni.
Colonel ManoB, with 25,000 men,
having crossed tho Arakphos
under tho protection of tho Greek
artillery batteries, is now in
Epirus, whoro, it is bolioved, his
forco is considerably in excess of
tho Turkish forco.
It is reported at Athens that a
largo body of Albanians, estimat
ed ut upward of 2000, who had
crossed tho Greek frontier with
the avowed intention of pushing
into Larissa, havo reeiossed and
are now ravaging Epirus. Arta
is practically deserted. Tho Mayor
has transferred tho public otlices
and official records to Kompoto.
Tho Greek troops havo left
Arta for Jauiua. Tho sea off
Provesa was very rough. Tho
liriug there on Monday was desultory.
Prince Nicholas of Greece, tho
third son of King Goorgo, has
boon ordered to tho front in com
mand of a battery of artillery.
A -Turkish torpedo - boat has
sunk tho Greek steamer Athous in
tho Gulp of Salonica. On board
woro insurgents and members of
various secret societies. A gener
al panic prevails at Salonica. All
tho tossoIs uro prohibited from
leaving tho gulf. Tho Turks have
seized, tho Greek stoamer Kopka
loion. The bombardment of Prevosa
was resumed at daybreak, with but
feeble replies from tho Turkish
batteries at Hamidioh and Pauto
cratores. Tho position of tho
Turks is uutouablo, and it is be
lieved tho town will fall into the
hands of the large Greek force in
A dispatch received in Romo
from Arta says that tho romaining
Turkish fort at Provesa has boon
destroyed by the fire of tho Greek
war ships and tho position of tho
Turks is uuteuablo. Four thou
sand Greoks, tho dispatch adds,
havo been landed for tho purpobo
of occupying Provesa. .
la ithr roiu:ij.v xi:s.
Will Come tn Honolulu Nhortlj- and
Take t'omuiniid oftlie I'nclllo
San Francisco Board of Health.
"Washington, D. 0., "April 13.
A uumbor of important changos
affoctiug oflicois of high rank in
tho naval service havo been decid
ed on by Secretary Long. Ono of
tho orders directs Commodore
Joseph N. Millor, who will soon
bo mado admiral, to nssumo com
mand of tho Pacific naval station,
succeeding Rear-Admiral Lestor
A. Boardsloo. This is an impor
tant assignment in view of tho
state of affairs in Hawaii, through
tho Hawaiian Govoruraent prohi
biting Japanoso immigration. Ha
waii is included within tho geo
graphical limits of tho Pacific sta
tion. Tho flagship Philadelphia
is on tho way to Honolulu, and
Millor will roliovoBeardsleo thoro.
This change in command will pro
bably mark tho retirement from
active sorvico of Boardsloe. Ho
announced some timo ago his in
tention to retiro voluntarily in
February, under tho long sorvico
clause, but tho admiral hold on,
and it was supposed he would
servo tho rost of tho timo allowed
him before compulsory retirement
on account of age.
Boston, Mass., April 14. Roar
Admiral Miller tonight recoived
notice from Washington that ho
had been transferred to tho com
mand of tho Pacific station.
Royal, the Superior
We, the members of the Board of Health of the
City and County of San Francisco, cordially ap
prove and recommend the Royal Baking Powder.
It is absolutely pure and healthful, composed of
the best ingredients, of the highest strength and
In our judgment it is impossible to make a
purer or stronger Baking Powder than the Royal.
Jos. R. Davidson, M. D.
Henry M. Fiske, M. D.
Chas. McQuesten, M. D.
T. J. Letournex, M. D.
Members San Francisco Board of Health.
I An absolutely pure Cream of Tartar Powder.
All other baking powders contain either alum or ammonia.
TO-DAY -S32- TO-DAY
ICE HOUSE GOODS.
FRESHEST IN THE JIAItKET.
Roll Butier (Frtih)
Continued from Jut Piuje.
'iru Dion Out Willi .l)Msc Ciircrn.
moiit Aifinit on lliiwrd.
Tho Govorumout iocjived a
cablegram from tho Hawaiian
Legation at Tokio today, saying
that an agout of tho Japanoso Gov
ernment had loft for Honolulu on
bouid a gunboat, which sailed
f loin Yokohama on tho l'.Hh iiist.
This would mako tho war vessel
ton days out today, and alio may
lio opvoted any day.
Bion is tho vigorous prosecution
of claims for indemnity brought
by American citizens and Ameri
can missionaries against tho Sul
Thoro is a rumor that tho Ital
ian expedition uudor Major Uotte
go has been annihilated by tho
Mexico has a now extradition
Tho robelB iu Uruguay havo
won another victory.
Spaniards aro charged with but
chering nearly a hundred sick and
wounded Cubans iu a hospital.
Pedro Garcia, a young Cuban
patriot, has been executed.
Zarragu's insurgent forco in
Cuba hus been caplurod.
Tho British squadron which is
assombliug at Durban, tho chiof
town ol tho col my of .Natal, on
tho southeast coast, is undor seal
ed orders and nubudy knows why
it is called together or what it is
to do. It is supposed to bo going
to Dolagou bay to mako a demon
stration of British supromacy in
South Africa. Nino war veasols
havo arrived and three moro aro
Local uo wh on eighth and inside
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I Watch Oiobs
I Club one and two drew last
baturday. Club throe is rapid
ly filling up. Tho samo en
thusiasm as of old exists, nil
a classes aro anxious to join, bo-
i'uubu ii ib u uiuur saving or
This is a serious question,
one at which some folks take
oflense, yet salesmen are under
tho necessity of asking it.
Some folks deal near home,
settle infrequently, nover in
vestigate to sec whether they
pay more than thoy shoal J and
too often allow their accounts to
go long over due. If you don't
care what the family expenses
aro it's a poor way to do if you
want to leave your children in
allluent circumstances when
you ore gone. Now it is quite
an advantago to have an open j
account at a well-known house,
Universal Stoves $ Ranges!
Tlie Best and the Cheapest !
Dandy Cook, No. 7, -1-7 inch Holes, Oven 15x17. Price $ 8 00
Westeiin, No. 7, 1-7 inch Holes, Oven 10 Axl7. " 15 00
Pitizi: Range, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inch.es.
i'rico 23 00
Welcome Range, No. 7-18, (5-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
P"co 27 00
ArroLLO Ranoe, No. 7-18, G-7 inch Holes, Ovon 18x18 inches.
i'rico 30 00
Sni'Eitn Univeuhai. Range, No. 7-18, (i-7 inch Holes, Ovon
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