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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, April 19, 1887, Image 1

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PROFESSIONAL
JOHN
Attorney and Counsellor at law
Office Xo 12 Spreckels Block Honolulu U I
1140 PO Bos 91 y
B CASTLE
jTTOOEt siraiir at xjatcv
And otary Public Attends all the Courts of
1150 the Kingdom y
GEORGE P KAMATJOHA
Attorney at Law and Agent to Take
Acknowledgements
re- Sort i Koliala Land Surveyor Etc
I Koiuuu Hawaii 6m
W AUSTIN WHITING
Attorney and Counsellor At Law
Acect to take Acknowledgements of Instru
snts for the Inland of Oafcs
V i 5u s Kaahnmann Street Honolaln y
A ROSA
ATTORNEY ft UW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Office w 1th the Attorney General Aliiolani Hale
1153 Honolulu H I y
FRANCIS M HATCH
Attorney a t Xiaocr
2152 yo 11 Kaafcamanu Street y
D H HITCHCOCK
Attorney at Law and Notary Pnblio
Has opened an Ofice in Hilo where he will
jromptly attend to all business entrusted to him
Will attend all the Terms of the Circuit Court
andwillalsosttcndthe Local Circuit Courts in
E1132 SURVEYING DOXE PROMPTLY y
J TJ KAWAINIJI
Agent to take Acknowledgments to
Labor Contracts
For the District of Kona Oahu
1129 Xuuanu Street
Office
S L AUSTIN
AnORNEY AT LAW AND AGENT TO TAKE AC
KNOWLEDGEMENTS TO INSTRUMENTS
f OB THE DISTRICT OF HILO
HIT Office Opposite Telephone OfSce Hllo y
ALBERT C SMITH
Attoxrxaoy 3Jaicv
EST And Agent to Take Acknowledgments
1123 o 9 Kaahnmann Street y
JNO A HASSINGER
Agent to take Acknowledgements to
Contracts for Laoor
1129 Interior Office Honolulu
CLAHENCE WILD E E
AxlIFORD
VOLNEY TAniAXCOCET
AillFOrD
ASHFORD ASHFORD
ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS
SOLICITORS ADVOCATES
PROCTORS CONVEYANCERS M
OFFICE Honolulu Hale adjoining Postoffice
1114 y
L A- THURSTON
Stock and Real Estate Broker
1150
No -55 Merchant St
Honolclu HI
J ALFRED MAGOON
attorney and Counselor At Law
OFFICE 12 Merchant Street
Honolulu II I
114 y
CHC1I KItOWA
ATT0EKET AKD C0UKSELL0R AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC
And Aent for atinj Acknowledgments of
lostrumente for the Island of Oahu
Campbell Block Merchant Street Honolclu
1130 y
JAMES M MONSARRAT
Attorney Counsellor at Law
Special attention paid to the negotiation of
LoaneConvejancinsand all matter appertain
ing to Eeal Estate
JTolnry Pnblic and Commiser of Deeds
For the States of California Afld New York
1122 OSce lMn
KICHV1CI F IHKERrOH
ATIOBKEY AITJ C0UKSEL0H AT LAW-
WillattenitaeTfrrasof Cc rtt a tLe o r
Islands Ionev to lend on Hxrteare of rr
Qiolds 5 OFFICE in ne Pgft n
US4 Merchant Str q
I J
JOH K iri
SOTAKY POBLI3 and C0ICMISSI0HEB
of DEEDS
For the States of California aad Sew lu
Of5e st tteBank of Bishop ito HcdcIu a j
117 s j
Business nriis
PROFESSIONAL
w o sxrrti iATnmsTON wa kinset
SMITH THURSTON KINNEY
Attorneys at
Office C6 Fort Street Honolulu
QTA member of the firm will attend every
term of the Circnit Court of each Island
1151 ly
E G HITCHCOCK
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
Office at Eapaau Kohala Hawaii
C5T X B BlliS PROVITLT CotLECTED
1152 ly
JAMES BRODIE
VETERINARY SURGEON
RESIDENCE 1GO KING STREET
Office Hoars from 7 to 9 12 to 2 Post Office
Box XXX Telephone S54 Mutual
eOrders may be left at Pantheon Stables
1134 y
R A McWAYNE
Late of 2ew York Ophthalmic Hospital
OFFICE RESIDEXCE 34 Alakca Street
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DISEASES
OF THE EAR AKD EYE
And Correction of Faulty Vision
OFFICE nOTJRS 9 to 11 am and 6 to S pm
1121 y
J M WHITNEY M D JJ D S
Dental Booms on Fort Street
Office in Brewers Block corner Hotel and Fort
1123 streets Entrance Hotel Street y
MISCELLANEOUS
X CASTLE
J B ATHEHTOX
GP CASTLE
CASTLE COOKE
HARDWARE AND COMMISSION
ACERCHAXTS
S ugra2 factors
LIFE FIKE AAT MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS
HONOLULU H I
1154 3m
M S GRINBATJM CO
ijrrorTEBS or
General Merchandise and Commission
1119 Merchants Honolulu H I y
M S GRINBATJM CO
Commission Merchants
Xo 124 California Street -au Francisco Cal
1152 y
G W MAUFARLANE CO
Importers and Commission Merchants
BEAVER BLOCK
Cor of Fort and Queen Streets Honolulu H I
aoexts ror
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John HsyiCos Liverpool and London Packets
TheWaisapn Plantation Maui
The Spencer Plantation Hllo
Hnkalau Plantation Hilo
Mirrlees Tail Watson Suar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
1117 v
C BREWER COMPANY
Limited
General Mercantile and Commission Agents
QUEEN STREET HONOLULU H I
list or orncEKS
PC JONES jr - - President and iranaer
JOSEPH OCARTER Treasnrer and Secretary
Col W F ALLEN Auditor
niBEcrons
Hon CR BISHOP HENRY WATERHOUSE
1152 SAML C ALLEN ly
E P AIA51S t CO
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
1134 Queen Street Honolulu 1
EI HOFFMCHLAEGKK A CO
Importers and Commission Merchants
1150 Honolulu Oahu II I y
CLAUS SPEECSELS
mi GIBWEf
1VJ1 G IUVI3t A CO
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
1120 Honolulu HI y
II HACKFELI Ac CO
General Commission Agents
1152 Queen StreetHonolulu H I y
F A SCIOJEFEK CO
Importers Commission Mercs
11S4 Honolulu Hawaiian Islands y
C HUSTACE
Formerly with B F Bolles Co
Wholesale and Retail Crocer
111 Kins Street under Harmony Hall
Fa nily Plantation and Ships Stores sup
plied at short notice New Goods by every
steamer Order rom the other islands faith
fully executed
Mil TELEPHOXE 119 y
E P ADAMS
No 46 Queen Street Honolulu H I
Stock and Real Estate Broker
3IEXBER OF THE
Honolclu Stock Bond Exchange
Stocks and Bonds of all kinds Bought
and Sold on Commission
Telephone No 7a 1129 y
A W PEIRCE CO
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants
AGENTS roB
Brands Guns and Bomb Lasces
Perry Davis Pain Killer
1147 No 40 Queen St Honolulu y
THE WESTERN ANT HAWAIIAN
Investment Company
Limited
Money loanedfor long or short periods
ON APPROVED SECURITY
Apply to W L GREEN Manager
1111 BS OSce Beaver Block Fort St r
NP BORGESS
BAGGAGE EXPEESS DEAYMAN
Particular attention paid to the the Receiving
and Shipping of Steamer Freights to and from
the Coast and to the other Islands
-84 King Street-
Telephone 202 Residence Telephone 152
1113 lfl
MRS A M MELLIS
Fahioaable Dress and Cloak Maker
47 1W Fort street Honolulu H I X
s Jt jai- 2-
Business 01arii
MISCELLANEOUS
BISHOP COMPANY
BACKERS
HOVOHtU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO
ASO TIIEIK AQEK78 IN
New York Rostou Inrl
MESSRS N M ROTHSCHILD I SONS LONDON
The Commercial Banking Co of Sydney
Landor
The Commercial Banking Co of Sydney Sydney
The Bank of New Zealand Auckland and its
Branches in Chrlstchurch Danedin and Well
ington
The Bank of British Columbia Portland
Oregon
The Azores and Madeira Islands
Stockholm Sweden
The Chartered Bank of London Australia and
China
Hongkong Yokohama Japan And transact n
1152 GeneralBnnking Business y
EXCHANGE ON CHINA
The undersigned are prepared to draw on the
chartered
Bank of India Australia and China
Hongkong
1134 BISHOP CO l
HOLLISTER CO
DRUGGISTS AND TOBACCONISTS
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
1128 109 Fort Street y
BROWN CO
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
ALES WiNES AND SPIRITS
AT WHOLESALE
14 Merchant Street Opposite the Tost Office
1114 Honolulu II I y
JOHN NOTT
Importer and Dealer in Stoves
Ranges Metals nonse Furnishing Goods
Crocker- Glass and China Ware Practical Me
chanics Honolulu HI
11C0 y
C E WILLIAMS
IMPORTER MANUFACTURER
UPHOLSTERER AND DEALER IN
FURNITURE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Waeerooms and Work Snor at
The old stand on Hotel Street Orders from
the other Islands promptly attended to
1121 y
PANTHEON HOTEL
S I SHAW - - Manager
COR OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS HONOLULU
Thehest Ales Wines and Liquors Constantly
on hand Livery Stables attached to the Hotel
1135 ly
HYHA UICOS
Importers of General Merchandise
rnox
FRANCE ENGLAND GERMANY AND THE
UNITED STATES
No 53 Queen Street - - Honolulu HI
HYMAN BROTHERS
Commission Merchants
20t Front Street San Francisco
articular attention paid to filling and shipping
1114 Island orders y
E O 1TALL SON
LIMITED J
Importers and Dealers in Hardware
Plows Paints Oils and General Merchandise
OFFICERS
WmW Hall President and Manager
LC Abies Secretary and Treasurer
WinF Allen Auditor
ThosMayandE O White Directors
1139 Corner Fort and King Sts y
If K McISTHtE BRO
Grocery Feed Store and Bakery
Corner King and Fort Streets
1147 Honolulu H I y
XIIEO JI DAYIES
Co
Late Janion Gbsex t Co
Importers and Commission Merchants
AND AOEXTS POIS
1
Lloyds and the Liverpool Underwriters
Brllishand Foreign Marine Insurance Company
1H7 And Northern Assurance Company y
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakery
as 1 soniNr
Practical Confectioner Pastry Cook and Baker
1122 71 Hotel St bet Nunann and Fort y
A DOWER
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder
YARD AT THE ENTERPRISE MILL
Mutual Telephone 325
ISPattics on the other islands requiring Ma
terials a Boat or Scow built or repaired would do
well to communicate with
lilts J A DOWER Honolulu y
JOIDT AVATEItllOUSE
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE
mi Queen Street Honolulu H I y
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO-
Steam Engines Sugar Mills Boilers
- Coolers Iron Brass and Lead Casting
Machinery of Every Description
to Order S3
Particular attention paid to Ships Black
smithing JOU WORK executed on the shorten
112S notice v
H LEWEKS rILOWBET CJ COOKE
tKWKXS jc COOKE
Successors to Lewers Dicesok
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all kinds of Building Materials
1116 FortStrcetHonolnlu y
WILDER Ac CO
Corner of Fort and Qneen Steets Honolulu
Lumber Paints Oils Nails Salt Building
1111 Haterialsof every kind 7
GWXOCTOJf OENOBTOK
G W NORTON fc COS
Store Grove Ranch Plantation Dealers in
Choice Groceries and Provisions and Genera
1132 Merchandise J
EMPIRE HOUSE
J OLDS Proprietor
Comer Nuuanu Avenue and Hotel Streets
Choice Ales Wines and Liquors
H3i y
E S CUNHA
OFtotail Wixxo Doolor
UNION SALOON
In rear of -the Hawaiian Gazette building
114T No 23 Merchant Street y
FEsrE BOOK AM JOB PBENT
Ing of every description donewith nearness
and dlspatah by the Gazette Pexui Hrsa Co-
Slipping
WELDERS
Steamship Company
Xj I 3X I T 3E 3D
SlEAMER KJNATJ
LORENZEN Commander
Leaves Honolulu as per the following schedulo
touching at LahainaMaalaeaMakenaMahuk
onKawaihac Laupahochoc Hilo and Keauhoo
Commencing on MONDAY July 2GlS86and
on very alternate Monday at 4 pjn the Kinau
wyl make the VOLCANO TRIP touching Kea
uhnn on Wednesday morning where horses and
carriages are wailing to convey passengers to the
VOLCANO HOUSE five miles in the saddle and
nine milts by carriage
Pis sengcrs hythis route will have two days and
tw nights at the VOLCANO HOUSE
TICKETS FOR THE ROUND TRIP TO THE
VOLCANO FIFTY DOLLARS WniCH PAYS
AKL CHARGES
The Kinau will arrive iu Honolulu Sunday
mornlngslon Volcano Trips On Hilo Trips will
leave Honolulu on Tuesdays and return Saturday
morning
PASSENGERTRAlNSconnectwitttheKinau
atlMahnkona
TheKinau WILL TOUCH at nonokaia and
Paanhau on down trips from Hilo for Passen
gersif a signal is made from the shore
JpAMER LDLELIKE
DnES Commande
Kavcs Honolulu every Monday at 5 P M for
KaunakakaiLahaiuaKahulai HueloHanaand
Kipahuttevery week Keanae Moknlau and
uuoTjry other week Returning will stop at
bove
iui jui
i5
ports arriving back Saturday morn
For mails and passengers only
STMR KELATJEAHOU
CAMERON Commandei
Will leave regularly forLahaina PaauhauKo
bolalele Ookala Kukajau Hoonohina Laupa
hoehoe Hakalau and Ouomca
f STEAMER LEHUA
CLARK Commander
iJVill leave regularly for same portsis Kilanea
Hon
STEAMER MOKOL1T
McGREGOR Commander
Leaves for the following ports every alternate
Monday at 5 p m
Commencing August 2nd To Lanai Kamalo
Pnkoo Lahaina Olowaln Returnig to Laha
ina Iukoo Kamalo Lanai arriving at Honolulu
Saturday morning
Commencing Angnst Oth To Kannakakai
Kamalo Pnko Halawa Wailau Pelekunn Ka
lanpapa Returning to Pukoo Lahaina Oolwa
la Lahaina Itikoo Kamalo Kannakakai arriv
ing in Honolulu Saturday morning
Cs The Company will not be responsible
i8rny freight or paclgcs unless receipted
for nor for personal bargage unless plainly
marked Notrcsponsiblefor money or jewelry
nule6 placed in charge of the Purser
All possible care willbetakerrof Live Stock
but tnc Company will uot assumeanyrisk of
accident
SAML G WILDER President
S B ROSE Secretary
OFFICE Corner Fort and Queen Streets
lH73m
Successor to J M Oat Jr t Co
STATIONER
Kalanl of Oi
HAWAIIAN 1
V -
AND
NEWS DEALER
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE BLOCK
27 Merchant Street Honolulu H I
Keep constantly on hand all the latest Periodi
cals of the day 3 Any publication
ordered aa desired
SPECIAL ORDERS RECEIVED TOR
Books
Blank Books
Memorandum Books
Press Copy Books
Inks Mucilage
Letter and Note Papers
ENVELOPES and everything In connection
with the Stationery Trade
THE FOLLOWING BOOKS ON HAND
Kamehamtha
Dogs of Great Britain and America
Every Horse Owners Cyclopedia
Campaigns of General Stewart
Conjo the Foundation of it Free Stetes
Life of USGrant
Ramona
HONOLULU BY MRSGPIUDD
Beacon Lights of History
Twentv Years in Congress
HYMNS ANCIENT AND MODERN
Boots and Saddles
Tiryns The Prehistoric Palaceof the Kings
of Argos
HaswellsTrautwaine
Goodwins Improved Book keeping
Folio of XusiCj Song Folio
HAWAIIAN PHRASE BOOKS
Japanese Phrase Books
Portugueseand English Phrase Books
Arns French Course
Princenla Latina
ST NICHOLAS SONGS
Dr Smiths Smaller History of Rofic
ureefc Lessons
Goodwins Greek Grammar
HARPERS CL4SSIQAD1IBSAHY
Andrewsniwaiian Dlw -nary
Bibles and Prayer Books
Et- ec Etc
Eed Subber Stamp Agency
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TUESDAY APRIL 19 18S7
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Latest Foreign News
AMERICAN
Bt the O S S Alameda news dates to April
Dthhafo been received The following is a
smumnry
New York April 8 Fonr thousand two
hundred and seventy three immigrants were
lanueu to uay at uastie uaruen the largest
number in one day at this season of the year
since Castle garden was first nsed as a recep
tion place for immigrants
NewYobk April 8 Captain Samuels of
the Bchooner yacht uaantiess in tne race
htaM iln Altfe4k InfAn tnti ln 4li A fV tit
11UIU33 IUO AUUUL1U uuictvicu ijf mo uuiuugi
arrived here to day In regard to tho reported
trouble between him and Mr Colt owner of
the Danntless ho says that the entire story is
a complete fabrication His relations with
Mr Colt were of the oleasnntest nature
thronghoat the entire trip and nothing oc
curred to mar the friendly feeling that ex
isted between them His reason for leaving
the yacht was that he had fulfilled his engage
ment to pilot the Danntless across the ocean
Crrr of Mexico via Galveston April 8
The movement for extending the torm of the
President has taken a new phase and Con
gress instead of acting on the project for
niakinan flexible term will probably adopt a
resolntion repealing the amendment to the
Constitution forbidding the iminediato re
election of the Chief Magistrate
New Yobk April General Thomas W
Conwav Secretary of the State Temperance
League of New York and organizer of the
Temperance Insurance Association of New
York died suddenly last evening
St John N B April 7 News has reached
here that the fishing cruiser Vigilant when
sailing out of Beaver Harbor a few days ago
sighted an American fishing vessel within tho
three mile limit and evidently after bait
Tho Vigilant gave chase and gained on the
Yankee vessel which refused to heavoto
oven when a blank shot was fired Tho chase
was continued but the American vessel soon
gained the line and was safe This is the
first gun fired this season by the Canadian
cruisers
Washington April 7 Secretary Whitney
has decided to push to completion the work
on the cruisers Atlanta Boston nud Chicago
so as to permit of an early adjustment of ac
counts with the contractors To the end all
extra work on those vessels such as the
changes made in the Boston and Chicago by
the direction of the Naval Advisory Board as
a result of the trials of the Atlanta will be
discontinued aud aside from some small
changes necessary to fit the vesels for sea
the finergies of the Department will be con
centrated upon the work required by the
original contracts with John Boach
Washington April C A petition has been
received by the Interstate Commerce Com
missioners to day from the General Manager
of the South Carolina Kailway for relief
from the operations of the fourth section
long-and-short-haul section of the Inter
state Commerce law A petition having a
like purpose has been received from the Gen
eral Manager of the Georgia Pacific Eailway
Company
Nbvv Oeleans April 6 The ceremonies in
cident to the unveiling of the statue of Gen
eral Albert Sydney Johnston on his tomb
took place this afternoon in the presence of
ten thousand people
Boston April Gth A serious fire started
at 06 Milk street this afternoon which swept
through that building in a few moments
The fire was finally got under control before
any of the suirounding buildings were seri
ously damaged Wright Potter State
Printers are the heaviest losers suffering to
the extent of 100000 The total loss will
amount to nearly 200000
New Yoisk April Gib Anarohist Most will
probably find his way back to the penitenti
ary again for hiB incendiary utterances at
Cooper Union Hall Monday night The Dis
trict Attorney has his case under considera
tion His speech on this occasion was quit
as criminal as the one which caused his for
mer incarceration at Black wells Island
Boston April Gth Gen Charles G Paine
owner of the yacht Mayflower has decided to
bnild a steel centre board yttcht about the
size of theMayflower to defend the Americas
Cup
Washtkgton April C Baron Taverne the
new Austrian Minister to the United States
was presented to the President to day by
Secretary Bayard
Washington April C The President to
day appointed the following Government Di
rectors of the Union Pacific Kailway Com
pany hreaerick xi uonaert jwew xorK
Franklin McVeach Chicago Alexander Has-
kell Columbia S C Marcu3 A Hanna
I Cleveland Ohio and James M Savage of
- Omaha All are re appointments their ior
i mer terms having expired
Uixcinnati April o aub compieie count
for tho Mayor shows Smith Kep 17963
Watson Dem 11951 Stevenson Labor
17367 Smith plurality 596
Detkoit April 5 Returns from yester
days election nre slowly coming in The
Republican State ticket has been elected by
about 10000 plnrality
Midnight Later figures set down tho vote
against the Prohibition amendment so that
it tvill be less than 5000 Tho Tribune claims
a majority on the Republican State ticket of
from 10000 to 12000 and the Fret IreM con
cedes seven thousand
Denvee April 2 Five municipal tickets
were in the field to day Republican Demo
cratic Independent Democrat Labor and
Prohibition Avery large vote was polled
especially by the Labor party The Demo
crats held their own notwithstanding the
split in the party but the indications at eight
oclock are that the Republicans haveelected
Lee Mayor by 1000 to 1500 plurality
Kansas Cut Mo April 5 Henry C
KumDf Republican was re elected Mayor of
this city to day by a good majority
St Louis April 5 Incomplete returns of
the election to day from seventeen wards at
IT oclock to night indicate that the Demo
crats will hpve a majority in both houses of
the municipal assembly The Labor vote
cannot be got at but does not seem to have
been as heavy a3 was expected The contest
has been close in most wards and districts
but there is scarcely a doubt that the Demo
crats have gained a victory
Milwaukee April All but one citj aud
four town preincts Jhave been beam from
giving the Citizens 800 majority over tha La
bor ticket The Labor ticker carritd the city
by 150 votes The UniprJista elected fifteen
out of twentyfive A Mermen Euclaro and
Racine electlcitizeng tickets against
Knigljtof 3Eabor candidate In Whitewater
plis Democrats in labor combination won
and Madison went Democratic Senator Conk
lin being chosen Mayor without opposition
Santiago de Cuba April 4 Great Britain
has demanded 1000000 of Hayti as settle
ment in fall of all demands Failing Us im
mediate payment she wants Tortugas Island
which lies off the north coast of Hayti
Phtiadeuhia April 4 Edwin J Fittler
was at noon to day inaugurated Mayor and
entered upon his duties as the first Mayor
under the new city charter
PrrrsBUBG April i It is learned that
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HONOLULU TUESDA1 APRIL 19 1887
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coe Couklin has consented to attend the ban
quet of tho Auericns Club in Pittsburg on
April 27tb General Grants birthday and it
is probable he will mako it the occasion
his returning to politics and deliver a speech
that will be in more than ono respect notable
New Your April 4 Miss Catherine Wolfe
a well known wealthy and charitable laJy oT
this city died at her residence on Madisx
avenue this morning
Boston April 4 Judge Colt of the United
States Circuit Court to day sent down an
opinion in the case of the t mted Slates vs
The American Bell Telephone Company to
test the validity of the Bell patent denying
the motion of the defendant for leave to de
mur to tho bill and also to plead matters in
defense
Santiago de Com Anril 4 Nows received
by the Spanish steamer Nalla Verde from
Venezuela reports stirring times there Three
British men-of-war are in the harbor of Pn
ento Caballo the seaport of Carracas tho
Venezuelan capital The British Minister
has left the capital and is on board one of
the war ships diplomatic relations between
the British and Venezuelan Governments
having been severed The complications ore
due to the imprisonment of English sailors
aud citizens in 18S3 without just cause inter
mixed with a question of boundaries between
British Guinea and Venezuela
Sin Luis Obispo April 3 A rich discov
ery of silver is reported to have been lately
made in San Jose Range in this county
Seattle W Tf April 2 The steamship
Mexico is reported to be a total wreck She
was returning from Nanaimo on Thursday
night when she ran on n rock at 12 oclock
on Belt Chain Reef thirty five miles south of
Nanaimo in Plumpers Pass No lives were
lost
ViCTOMA April 2 Mr Henry Davie tha
new Premier announced the new Ministry
to day Davie is Attorney General and Pre
mier Robson Provincial Secretary and Min
ister of Finance and Vernon Chief Commis
sioner
Washington April 1 The President to
day signed the commissions of Charles S
Fairchild as Secretary of the Treasury and
Isaac H Maynard as Assistant Secretary of
the same department Mr Fairchild at once
entered upon the discharge of his new duties
Chicaoo April 1 Tho Ti San Antonio
Texas special of March 31st says In many
portions of the territory tributary to this city
the Buffering from drought is severe In
Atasca county people have been robbed of
the bare necessaries All crops nre a failure
New Yobs April 1 Secretary Manning ia
decidedl worse to day than he was before he
sailed worse even than when he landed in
England His friends have little hope of his
recovery
St Johns N F March 31 A report baa
reached here of the total loss of the sealing
steamer Eagle with a crew of 260 men off
Bonavista Bay
Albant N Y March 31 John Godfrey
Saxe the poet died here to day The burial
will take place iu the Greenwood family lot
iu Brooklyn
Viotobia B C March 31 Late Alaska
papars per Idaho mail bring news of rich
strikes of coarse gold in the creeks emptying
into Stewart river Many men are going in
Provisions are scarce
New Yoek March 31 The Stewart sale
was concluded to night with the disposal of
tho library Tho grand aggregate is about
SGOOOOO
Washington March 31 A revised esti
mate of the public debt reduction for March
makes it about ll500000i - -
Washington March 30 Ihe Postofifco
Department officials are having prepared a
series of new designs of embossed stamps for
stamped envelopes jf one two four nnd five
cent denominations The head of Franklin
has been selected for the one cent stamp and
the heads of Washington Jackson and Grant
for the two four and five cent denominations
respectively
EUROPEAN
London April 8 A Berlin correspondent
of the Daily Xeics says that a secret treat
has been concluded between Sweden and
Germany and against Russia
PabiHj April 8 The Pope has forwarded
to the French Government a letter aiming
to bring about an underxtandiug with
France in reference to the diplomatic rela
tions between the Vatican and China
Bkbun April 7 The Prussian Homo
Minister announces that according to a judi
cial decision persons who have acquired
citizenship in the United States andhavo
lived five years there have lost their German
citizenship and therefore can be expelled
from Germany From this there
Eealj German citizenship cannot be regained
y persons who have lost it by having be
come citizens of foreign States
Roue April 7 Dr Windtborst the Ger
man Chtholic leader has sent a telegram to
the Pope saying that the Center party will
accept the Prussian Ecclesiastical bill as a
filial duty to the head of the Church and
without any reserve- The Prussian Minister
of Justice who U now in Rome had a con
ference to day with Baron von Schlorger
Prussian Minuter to the Vatican
London April 7 A gigantic naphtha foun
tain burst to day at Baku Russia Oil sand
and enormous stones were carried to a height
of 350 feet
London April 7 The town of Koty m
Austrian Galicia has been almost completely
destroyed by fire and about 1000 persons
are homeless The fire was of incendiary
origin
Cannes April 5 Queen Victoria lett here
for at 8 oclock this evening
There was an immense crowd at the railway
station to witness her departure The Eng
lish and French squadrons iviug here were
illuminated in honor of the Qa en
Madbid April 5 A quantity of dnamito
exploded to day at a magazine at Banete in
the province of Bceuoa killing and in
juring another man Much propertv wan
damaged Two persons were arrested on
suspicion of having been concerned in the
outrage
Beblin April 4 Prince Hohenlobe Gov
ernor of Srasburg has elaborated a project
for a reform administration for Alsace-Lorraine
The Government under the Staath
Alter will be divided into thre depattnxentei
the first comprising comraerce and agricul
ture the second justice find public worship
and the third finance Laws affecting the
Relchsland which have hitherto been re
ferred to the Laftdesacschugfi will hence
forth be confined to the Bundgratu and
Reichstag including land and communal
laws and laws relating to the nomination of
Mayors
Madbid March 3 Daring the sitting of
tho Chamber of Deputies yesterday a part of
a case containing gunpowder within which
was a metallic cartridge with a fuse attached
was found in a doorway of the Presidents
Bureau Later in the evening a petard wart
exploded in the vestibule adjoining the office
of the Ministry of Finance and the windows
were broken by the concussion Nobody
was hart but the two erenta have caused
much alarm
Sofia April 3 The two men who are im
prisoned for making an attempt to aesTft
tnate the Prefect of Rustchsk are named
Kavasoff and Ivanoff They are natives of
Russian Bessarabia and lived at Uostcinifc
until the recent revolt occurred having r a
tionawith Kiscbeneff chief of the ilsv a
tionary Committee
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