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EVENING BULLETIN, MARCH 12, 187.
51ft Euei)ii7$ Bulletin
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
F1UDAY, MAIIOH 12, 1897.
Sun Pedro has beou selected by
tho commission headed by Roar
Admiral Wulkor for tho doop wntr
er harbor of Southern California.
It line boon a long fight bo
twecu San Pedro and San Monica.
The prizo is u greut ono ovon for
tho expeudiluro required at tho
place to uiako tho harbor, tho os
tininted cost being $2,901,787. It
is anticipated that a railway from
Salt Lake City to Los Angeles
will speedily follow tho Holection
now miulo of tho harbor. There
would bo nothing straugo in tho
near future about a stoamer lino
between San Pedro and tho Orient,
touching at Honolulu.
According to the ktoot now?,
Greece is taking a stand that it is
very doubtful if sho can maintain
oven against Turkey individually,
let alono tho "coucert" of tho
European Powors. Hor army is
in bad condition, and hor reserves
-nil untrained. Eithor hor kiug
and his ndvisors nro touched with
autc-dcslruction distemper sent
by tho gods, or thoy havo secret
assuranco that in tho nick o tiuio
strong support of their policy in
Crete will bo forthcoming.
IN II OF Hit'. CAMKIIA CLl'll.
.ill-. IKilriiiami Illli All tin- Impcill
Minim l tin- Orifniilrnlloii
Thero was a final nioeting of
tho Hnwniian Camera Club hold
yesterday afternoon, when thn
affairs of tho once prosperous
socioty wore wound up. lu tho
absence of Dr. "Wood, president,
Fred J. Lowroy presided. Others
present woro C. Hedemanu, J. F.
lirown, a.. A. I'armeloe, who also
repiesonled W. V. Jjncklancl oy
proxy, E. R. Stackablo and J. A.
A nronosition from Mr. Hedo-
mann to take over tho effects of
tho club for ouo hundred dollars
was accented. These include n
storeopticou and fittings with a
Inrpo number of lantern slides.
Tho club was organized with a
goodly number of members, who
weio enthusiasts in amateur pho
tograph, in tho year 1889. It
fitted up a two story cottage in
the rear of Alakea street, with
social ami exhibition rooms on
the second floor aud operating
and developing rooms on the
ground. Tho club lmd coirespon
denco and made oxehuuges with
similar organizations in tho
Vuitwl States. It gave some
creditable public lantern exhibi
tions on its own behalf, and with
its plant Mr. Hedomann aud other
members contributed to various
Alexumlrr lrny I.'imIn Ilia irxlatnico
Midi h lnrlur lllllr.
Aloxiiudor Gray, a suflbior from
consumption, ondid his hfo by
his own hand lust oveniug. Ho
was residing ht Pnlamn with his
uncle, William Auld. At mid
night ono of tlio members of the
family had occasion to pass
through his room and found it
empty. A parlor idle was also
mii-sing. Souich wns m do aud
tho body of the young man was
found fully diess'.d in tho ciir
riago house. Ho had fastened a
string to tho triggor, made a loop
in the end of it and polled it with
ins foot. Tho ball passed through
the roof of tho mouth and death
was probably iustnuUneous.
Tho d" co 'Hfd wis born on Muni
some 2b' years ago, 1 1 o had long
suffered with consumption and
had boon piouoanccd incurable.
Tho Marshal's ollico was com
municated with but it wiisdocided
aftor an investigation that an in
quest rvas iiniipoossaiy.
The funoral will tako place ot
3 o'clock from tho rosidence of
Mr. Auld, the interment being in
jKuunnu vulley cemetery H. H.
Williams has charge of tho ar
Torchon and Valonciounes laces
are' still in great demand. L. R.
Iverr has a choice lot, which ho is
.rolling at lowest possiblo ratos.
LATENV rOIIKKlZY NF.WS.
Continued from hi 1'aye.
A Celtic lit In llonion.
An explosion of loakiuggns at
Tromont and Roylstou streets,
Boston, killed six pooplo, injured
four futally and fifty other per
sons seriously on March 4.
Tho dead arc: Guilford D.
Bigelow, 30 years, conductor on a
Back Hay car; Miss Amolia M.
Bates, 70 years; Bonjamin Down
ing, 5)5 years, hetdio diiyer;
Delano II. Sibloy, 28 years, driver
of public carringe, in which W.
L. Vinal was killed; Rov. Dr. W.
A. Start, CO years, bursar at Tufts
Collogo hi Medford: William L.
Vinal, privato secretary to E. W.
Luwsou, former president of tho
Bay State Gas Company, which
owns tho mains that exploded.
Fatally iujured Fred Deoley,
Miss Sadie E. Fleming, William
Mnybour, Benjamin Sargent,
driver Back bay car.
Tho soriously injured are about
fifty in number. Tho less serious
ly injured number probably fifty,
and all nro at their homos.
Tim acoidont may safely be said
to bo tho worst in tho history of
Boston, for tho corner whoro it
occurred is without oxcoptiou tho
busiest one in tho city. An in
vestigation was to bo hold.
Senator Wolcott of Colorado,
just rolurued from Europe, says:
"International agreement fqr
the remouetization of silver is
entirely feasible, nud iN accom
plishment, in my opinion, rests
largely with the United States. I
had interviews with such Gorman
financiers nti Princo Hohenlohe,
with Baron Marschall von Bieb
orstein and with Dr. Koch and
Miquel, the Minister of Finance
of Prussia. I was not able to eeo
eithor Dr. Areudt or Count von
"At the present time I do not
caro to say auythiug inoro about
tho result of my mission. You
might say, howovor, that Prince
Hohenlohe and Baron von Bieb
erstein told mo that if I succeeded
in coltiuL' tho consont of Euclaud
as a party to nn international eon
forouco 1 might then moot with
lesB opposition in Germany.
THE KANTKHN lUr.S1 !..
;reeco Will Not Give In-llcr He
ervct Called Out.
Athens, March i. There is no
lougor any doubt that tho reply of
Grccco to tho identical notes of
the powers delivered on Monduy
last insisting on tho Grook troops
nud lleet leaving Crete within si
days fiom that date will bu in tho
Tho official gazette tonight pub
libhes a decree calling out the
army reserves of 1891, 1890, 1889
and 188S, and this step will bo
followed by a general mobilization
of tho Gieok forces. It is es
timated that Grocco will then
have 100,000 meu umIct arms.
Meetiugs in fnor of war with
Turkey and resistance to. the
powers nro of daily occurrence,
especially in Thcssaly.
Tho ironclads Spezia and Psara
will sail at dawn to a secret
destination uudor sealed ordors.
Tho Metropolitan of Athons hns
telegraphed to tho Archbishop of
Canterbury as follows: "In the
uamo of Jesus Christ, raise your
voice for tho salvntiou and liberty
of onr Cretan brothers, who aro
A Russian man-of-war which
has returned from a crniso around
tho island reports fighting in the
vicinity of nil tho coast towns.
Commodore Sachtouris, who
succeeds to tho oommand of the
Greek war vessels here, has ar
rivod. Tho Admirals of tho
foreign fleets fear his arrival may
foreshadow gravo ovonts.
London, Mitioh C. Tho rnpid
mobilization of tho Turkish troops
on tho Greek frontier confirms
tho belief whiuh prevails among
all men here that Turkey is more
ready for war than Greece. Ex
portsHxprees the opinion that tho
Turkish troops being concen
t uited at Salonica, could, unless
the powers or tho Balkan States
interfered, reach Athens in a fort
night. If tho Greek nrmy reserves
aro mobilized, it is stated they
will bo littlo better than mobs arm
ed with obsolete rifles and lacking
Mr. Gladstone has sent tho fol
lowing tologram to the Daily Ohro.
nicle: "To expel tho Grooks from
Creto and to keop as polico tho
butchers of Armeuia will further
deopou tho disgraco."
A dispatch, signed by a hun
dred leading Liberal and Irish
Natioual members of tho House of
Commons, was sent last evening
to tho King of Greece, expiessiug
sympathy with his efforts aud tio
eirorts of tho Greek nation and
Government on behalf of Oiete.
Constantinople, Maroh 4.
Whi.o an Italian mail eleamor was
passing through the Straits of
Dardanelles last evening n shot
was fired aoross hor bow from ouo
of tho forts ashore, although tho
vobsoI displayed tho usual signals
and had obtained tho necsssary
portnit to pass through.
Romo, March 4. Tho wholo
Italian nation is incensed over tho
Cretan struggle. Manifestations
in bohalf of the vyiiou of Croto
and Greece aro being held in tho
country, aud resolutions denounc
ing tho bombardment near Canca
by tho vessels of tho powers are
being adopted. Tho German Em
bassy and colleges aro being re
poatedly and ptrongly hissed.
London, March 4. In the
House or Commons today Georgo
N. Curzou. Parliamentary Secre
tary of tho Foreign Ollire, stated
that tho UiitishGoveinineiit could
uot accept tho rofpotiHibility of
advising tho withdrawal of Aloslom
troops from Croto as a condition
for the withdrawal of the Greek
troops, as it might involvo a most
deplorable loss of life.
A state of siego has been de
clared at Montovideoj capital of
Uruguay. Mobilization of tho
troops of the republic has been
Tho Government of Peru nbso
lutely refuses to allow the claim
of Victor H. McCord, nn Ameri
can citizen, for false arrest and
imprisonment. Tho claim is for
$200,000. Secretary Oluoy in
July made n peremptory demaud
upon Peru for tho settlement of
Tho Colombian Government
disclaims all idoa of going to war
General Weyler is back in Ha
Tho Spanish Cabinet has agreed
to an extraordinary credit for tho
purpose of fitting out additional
JUIIK'IAIIY JO n I MIS.
. In 1'rubatc SlHrrli
Judgo Perry has coufirmod tho
sale of real estato by Mrs. Puolc,
administratrix. Kano and Kahoo-
kano for petitioner; E. Johnson
for Homo oieditois.
W. l'fotonlmnor, uigmto in
bankruptcy of Goo. Mclntyro.has
boon discharged by Judge Perry.
Ivinuey ife Ballon for pptitionor.
Theo. C. Porter and E. D. Ten -ney,
executors of the will of the
late M. Goldberg, havo filed their
nccounts with a petitiou for dis
charge. Tho account balances at
y775.75, tho sum of $7.22 being
paid into court.
Judge Carter has approved tho
accounts of S. M. Damon, admin
istrator of the estate of James W.
Austin, lato of Boston, Mass., upon
tho report thereon of P. D. Kollott
Jr., mas tor; also found that tho
estato is not liable for tho inheri
tance tax. The administrator is
ordered discharged and his bond
cancelled ou filing tho final re
ceipts. It was stated by tho ad
ministrator that he waived com
missions. Houshall for petitioner,
who was also present. Receipts
were $5304.72 aud payments
Tho March term of tho Supremo
Court will open on Monday. In
brief tho cases aro as follows: W.
C. Peacock tfc Co. vs. Collector of
Customs,. Disallowauco of Com
missions iu Bishop Estato, Re
public) vs. Hime for liquor soiling,
Knlmi mid nlliorM vh. Knliin nnil
others, Wilder Steamship Co vs.
linganrino Jjurline, bpooner vs.
Rico. J. F. llaekfeld vs. Ministor
of Interior, Habeas corpus of
Tatu and others. Hr1ohh i'oi huh
of Kado Ukichi and others, Judd
tireilt Hump I'nrMiU'.
Prof. D. M. Bristol will givo a
big horso parado Monday at 12
o'clock sharp. Tho following
route will bo covered: From tho
Pavilion on Boretauia' to Fort,
Fort to Queen, Qnoon to Mauna
kea, Mnunnkra to King, King to
Punchbowl, Punchbowl to Hotol,
Hotol to Nuuanu, Nnuanu to
School, School to Emma, and down
Emma to Pavilion.
Evening Ihdlelfa 76o per month.
Patent - Shaft - Springs
Inviuti! anil P.ittute.1 by W. W. WIUGHT.
It Obliterates All Horse Motion
This device nn bu attached to Any Brako
with Straight Shafts
i'h.. PrVull pwrtluiluis, c.dl ou or address
AV. -V. WRIGHT,
RS0 If l'nuirietor Honolulu GitriiiRa Manufactory, Fort street, nbovo Hotel.
Mt.S I'Oll OlTltT.
I'roliHlilo lliirly Appointment lv l're
AVnshiugtonjMarch 4. Among
tho earliest appointments tho most
important already decided upon
by President McKiuley are tho
following: John Hay of Ohio,
Embassador to England; General
Horace Porter of New York. Em
bassador to Franco; Gouoral Wil
liam Draperof Mas8achusotts,Eiu
hassador to Germany; William R.
Merriam of Minnesota, Minister
to Austiia; Charles G. Dawes of
Illinois, Controller of the Curren
cy (when Mr. Eckels' lorm ex
pires); William M. Osborno of
Massachusetts, Consul-Genoral at
London; John K. Gowdy of Indi
ana, Consul-Genoral at Palis; Bel
lamy Slorer of Arkansas, possibly
Minister to Mexico; William M.
Hahn of Ohio, Marshal of tho
District of Columbia; Colonol
Russell of McKiuloy's Ohio Regi
ment, Commissioner of Pensions;
Perry S. Heath of Indiana, an
important assistant secretaryship.
We are pleased to announce
that we have completed the re
moval of our large stock of
agricultural implements from
our old warehouse to the new
show rooms on Fort street,
formerly occupied by H. W.
Schmidt & Sons. We have
now the largest, best lighted
and most suitable quarters in
this city for properly display
ing our extensive stock or Rice
plows, 7 sizes; Breaker plows
in 12, 14, 16 inch; Sulky Disc
Plows, Stubble Diggers, Stub
ble Shavers, Sugar Land Cul
tivators, Wheel barrows, Aspin
wall Potato Planters, Extra
parts for all the above machines,
Aermofors, Sewing Machines,
Iron Pots and Kettles, Portable
Porcelain-lined Bath Tubs, and
a thousand and one necessary
articles for the ranch or planta
tion. In the large warehouse at
the rear of our new show
rooms we have bales and bales
of rope of different sizes, wire
fencing and screening and
such like heavy goods.
We are now in a position to
show purchasers what we have
got on hand, and shall be
pleased to escort customers
through the largest warerooms
in Honolulu at any time.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprcckels' Bank
mt)Ki:r.s iron wo.iiin.
Tlioy Will 1'robnbly He (liven by
A lato dispatch from Cambridge,
England, says: Tho syndicato
appointed by Cambridge Univor
sity to consider tho question of
granting degreos to women has
presented its report. While it
is not prepared to recommond
that women bo admitted to mem
bership iu tho university, the
syndicato recommonds that tho
I title of B. A. bo conferred by di
I ploma upon women who have al
i ready passed or may horeaftor
' pass tho final tripos. Tho syndi
cate further recommonds that tho
women may proceed in duo courso
to the M. A. degree and that the
university be ompoworcd to grant
degrees in arts, law, letters,
sciences and music to women who
havo not fulfilled tho usual condi
tions, but who have been recom
mended for such titles honorias
causa by tho council of tho senate.
overlook tho fact that
we arc at all times prepared
to do your - - -
at short notice. If you
aro out of cards, don't tako
the round-about-way of get
ting them by sending to tho
Coast, but lot us do your
work for you.
There's so much saving
of time, and tho cost is no
more to you. Besides Ave
think our work compares
favorably with any coming
from across tho ocean.
can bo gotten ready
within a few days after leav
ing tho order, whilst to send
away means at least threo
wcoks. Isn't it bettor to
havo us do your work for
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