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HONOLULU. HAWAIUN ISLANDS. MONDAY, MARCH 25, 1895.
PKICE: 5 CENTS.
Uus'mcss Car lis..
8. BREWER & CO., IIIIITJJD DR. R. I. MOORE Jennie l. hildebrand, m.d.
I I 11 n -m o 4 1. J nt
Opposite Y. M. C. A.
io p. m. Mutual l elepbone No. 610.
TERMS OF PEACE in THE EAST,
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. .
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Onomea
Sugar Co., Honomn Sugar Co., Wailuku
BogarCo., Waibee Sugar Co., Makee
Sugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co., Kapa
Planters' Line San Francisco Packets.
Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
Agents Boston Board of Underwriters.
Agents Philadelphia Board of Under
writers. LIST OF OFFICERS:
P. C. Joxxs President
Gxo. H. Robzbtbox Manager
E. F. Bishop Trea. and Secy.
Col,. W. F. Allen Auditor
U. M. Uoou )
A. W. Cabtsr. . . . )
Offlca: Arlictcn Coltagt, Hotel Eire
X7" Office hours: 9 a. m, to 12 n
and 1 p. it, to 4 p. v. SS60-lm
ALE. Grossman, DJ).S.
C. J. WHITNEY,
Taoher ot Eloution and Drn-
OTflEfi PEOPLE'S MONEY;
Is what we want, bat in order to ob
tain it, we must give
VALVE FOR VALUE
and invite the attention of the PEO
PLE (tourists especially to make a
thorough examination of onr ttorlr
and prices, in Sterling Silverware
souvenir tfpoons, rlated Ware,
Watches and Diamonds, Native
Jewelry, manufactured in unique de
signs and to order.
S3 HOm 8TK12T.
Cay-Ofric Hooq 9 A. M.TO 4 r. M.
Tie New Watchmaker
win ciean your watch for 7oc.
ful in trie bPt Mau-ppring 75c.
Balance or Pallet Staffs 1.25
Jewfrl boles, Pivots, etc. 50c.
Clocks cleaned 50c.
8. T. ALEXjLNDKn. n. P. BALDWIN.
No 3 California at., Pan Francisco.
iWIeland orders promptly filled.
Li HtiDg Chang and Suite of Forty
En Route to Japan.
COKK.t n TO ItK I DKFK ' DKNT.
JXiclt I.lifnd of Foriuo. to bo Annexed
to Japan Chins Will Pay a Cash,
Indemnity of 3250,000,000 In Gold
Kxtr Powers Under New Treaty.
ATTORNEY AT L.AW
And Notary rubllc.
Office:" Ovor Bishop's Bank.
V7ILLIAJ3 C. PARSE,
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW
Jacobson & Pfeifler.
Wenner 5c Co.'s Old Stand.
7T"Does bia worlr wpII nnrl dTl A .
RAWTEES it for ONE YEAK. TRY
W. J. STODDART,
Fort Ftreet, above Hotel street, next
to .McDonald's Blacksmith Shop.
The Hawaiian total Co, New Goods
Desirable Property in all parts of the
Four Houses on Punchbowl street at
A 4-acre Lot at Makiki.
Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Tearl
A2)4-SLcre Lot at Kalihi.
Residence at Kalihi with barn, pig
pens and chicken coop, llUxlO; suitable
for a Chicken Ranch.
A FINE ASSORTMENT.
TILES FOR FLOORS !
And for Decorating Purposes ;
Mattcto op all, XrSD9,
WING WO CHAN & CO.
No. Nuubqu Strat.
F. W. MAKINNEY,
Ccnyeyancer and Searther of Records
FIKE, LIFE AMD
All kinds of Typewriting done, promptly,
cheaply and accurately.
13 and 15 Kaahnmann Street
Telephone 639. Near Postoffire.
Castle & Cooke L'd.
LIFE AND FIRE
omcs: 318 fobt street 3843-t
A3m to tak Aekaovrlndgtatou.
Orricx No. 13 Kaahumanu Street. Ilono-
lam, rt. i.
GONSALVES & CO,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
225 Queen Street. Honolulu. H. I.
H. MAY & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Grocers
OS FORT STRKICT.
Telephones 22. p. O. Box 470.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Cutlery and Glassware
307 Fort Street.
FORT STREET, 0PF03ITB WILDER A CO.'s
II. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
First-class Lunches served with Tea, Cof
fee, Soda Water, Ginger Ale or Milk.
0OFEN FROM 3 A. M. TILL 10 P. M.
Smokers' Ref uiaiteR a ppe ialty.
WM. F. THRUM,
Boom No. 11, Spreckels Block.
LEVIS & CO.,
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company
Rtni Fire Insurance Company
yV.W. WRIOHT, - Proprietor.
Carriage -: Builder
All orders from the other islands
la the Carriage Building Trimming and
Painting Line, will meet with prompt
CXTP. O. BOX 321.
H03. 123 AND 130 FORT STREET
ATRS. FRAY WOULD ANNOUNCE
ata. tuat sne will attand a limited num
ber of patients: Aidxesa at Ii. M.
Whitney's, King at. ; Bell Telephons 75.
WM. L. PETERSON,
Notary :- Public, -: Typewriter Wholesale and Retail. Grocers
111 PORT STREET,
Telephone g4Q. P. O. Box 20 7
Soda Water Worb Company, Limited
Isplarade, Ccraer Alien scd Fort Sis.
HOLLISTER & OO..
37TA 1K5Mv Agnt.
U. W. McCUESKEY & SONS
XX D DEALSE8 IX
Leather and Shoe Findings
AflFNTS "onolnlu Noip Works Co.,
flUElMO Honoluip TunnVry.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
General Coramisaion Agents
Onr. Fort andtQneen Rts., TTonolnln.
Is the only blended flour ever
oflVred on the 'slandp. It i- a new
PAfeiit I roep" o blei d-nr tOi:eth-r
the Best Known varinit-w of li2? lor
strecth and colrr, thueby jirtdnt-'ng
a flour that will g ve lh bn-t 'osil.e
baking reruls for t lie houMkr'M r
T"Ahk your jiro: -r for a trial Sick
it will costou im in t re.
A. I.. Mi RkK & CO. .
3937-6m "YVhoJtsale Agents, i
Owice: Over Golden Rule Bazaar.
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Surgeon.
No. 5, KUKUI LANE.
Office Hours: S to 12 a. m. and
Mutual Tel. 532.
HONOLULU IEOH WOBKS CO.,
Boilers, Bncar Kills, Coolers, Brass
ud Iead Castlnr.
to order. Particular attention pal.i to
ships blacksmithing. Job work excutod
on me snorteai none.
LEWERS & COOKE,"
Baccessors to Lowers & Dickson.
Importers and Dealers in Lumber
And all Kinds of Building Materials.
KO. fOKT RTItBKT, IIONOLULU
P.O. Box 3S6. Mutual Tel. 544.
NAN-YU COl'PAKY, LIMITED,
ZUPORTEES AKD DEALEES ZS
Japauese -:- Provisions
UiD QEWER1L MEECH1NDISJ,
411 K I N ,G STREET,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
C7"New Goods by every steamer.
Washinotox, March lo.As a re
sult of the negotiations between Min
ister Dun in Japan and Minister
Denby in China, tae terrn3 of the
peace about to concluded between
China and Japan are now known with
little short of exactnees. As under
stood iu official circle., they are as
1. The treaiy between Japan and
China has ceased to exist by reason of
the war, but, on the renewal of peace,
the new treaty will grant Japan txtru
tt-rritory jurisdiction over China, but
the latter country will surrender the
exira territorial jurisdiction formerly
ueiu in japan.
1'. Inere will be no Axfprminn rr
Japanese territory on the mainland of
isia, nut me island or Formosa, jx
Cliinese possession lying ofTthe coast,
will b permanently ceded to Japan.
3. The Japanese will, by treaty, be
granted the right to continue the occu
pation oi i-ort Artuur ana Wel-Hal-
Wef. tbe two vrt-at navnl fafntlnna
leading to the Gulf of Pechili, for a
term oi years.
4. The claims of China that Corea
is a dependency of hers shall be for-
ever reunquisiieu, and uorea snail
nen eforth be indeDeudent.
5. The cat-h indemnity to be paid bv
vyii.ina win noi exceed -oU.uw.UUO in
s ' '
Vienna, March 13 The Politiche
v-orre pouuenz says that China has
appealed to all the European Powers
and the United States to assist and co
oper.v!eiu tbe negotiations for peace.
writer nuia.uiat. tfia Cabinets
are likely to hold Pour Parlers on the
Paris, March 13. The European
editiou of the Herald will print to
morrow tnis dispatch, dated Saanghai
vesterdav : The hiirh Cbinesn nHl,-ial
have been terrified by the fall of Wei-
liai-Wei and New Chwang. Seeing
Doming to stop an immediate advance
upon Pekin they are hurrying thence
oy ine wnoiesaie. Jieertincr tueir nosts
iu the wildest panic. The Japanese
equauron or sixteen warships- and
ciuU-er.t have beeu sighted off North
rormosa, nowever, along the coast
between Kiluug and Tamsui, which
evidently are destined to be flrt at
tacked. Tbe irtrrisnna immhprl
30,(KI0, and the Japanese probably will
auopi ineir previous tactics or a com
blued laud and t-ea attack. They pro-
oauiy win uieraDarK marines net ween
xumsui aua iviiuug
Washington, farch 13 Tnforma.
tion which reaches here through pri
vate oui trustworthy sources, is to the
efJVct that Li Huug Chang's peace
mission to japan will probably look
to other matters than an amicable
settlement of hos'ilities between
Chiua and Jaian. The exi.-tiner com
mercial treaties between the two coun
tries Iihs been f-et aside by the war
and it is understood tint a new treaty
wiii be lorrutu. in tins new treatv.
C. W. ASHPORD TALKS.
Says Military Commission is Ille
San Francisco, March 14.
Among the passengers on the
steamer Arawa, which arrived from
Sydney via Apia and Honolulu
this morning, were Captain Wil
liam Davies, P. G. Camarinos, Carl
Klemme, Henry Von Werthen, C.
W. Ashford and H. Juen. They
are all from Honolulu and were
released from prison on condition
that they would leave the country.
Before leaving Ashford called on
the ex-queen and asked her if he
1 ... It m m
couia ao anything lor her in Amer
ica. She replied that all possible
had already been done. Ashford,
who is a British subject, vainly ap
pealed to the British Minister for
aid. "English subjects and Amer
ican citizens," said Ashford, "have
been denied the rieht of trial bv
jury and condemned to penal ser-
. i . ...
vituae oy an irresponsible and ille
gally constructed military commis
sion. I know that the British
Minister is exDectinsr instructions
which will enable him to demand
the release of oriaoners entitled to
claim the protection of the Enelish
LATE m FROM ABROAD,
Nine Italian Prisoners Shotx
KIOT AMONG LOUISIANA XEOKOKS.
Spsolih Brig Fire nt American Msr
chsnt Ship Ureabam Demand an
Apology Reported Loss of four FJun
dred Percona Aboard a Crntasr.
1 MOTHER'S APPEAL.
The Canadian I'remier Asked to In
tercede for the Ashfords.
Ottawa. March 12. Mrs. Ash
ford of Port Hope, has asked the
Jrremier to interest himself on be
half of her two sons. Clarence and
Volney, committed to jail by the
government of the Kepublic. Sir
Mackenzie Bowell has written to
the British consul for particulars.
ARTHUR PETERSON DEAD.
Brief Dispatch Announcing His De
mise m San Francisco.
E. W. Peterson received a brief
dispatch by the Miowera from San
Francieco stating that A. P. Peter-
eon,"his brother, died at the Cali
fornia Hotel on March IGth.
Death' is supposed to have resulted
from an attack of pneumonia.
Mr. Peterson was among the
number of persons who departed
for the Coast a short time ago. He
was well known throughout the
islands, and held several positions
of trust under the monarchv. be-
ing attorney-general in the ex
queen's cabinet. Since his retire
ment from public life Mr. Peterson
has been engaged in the practice of
law, and bore reputation as an at
torney of unusual ability. The
J l - e . i i . t
ueceas-eu was oi anaoie disposition
and had manv friends in the coun
try, who will hear of his death with
Pueblo (Col.), March 13. A special
to the Chieftain from Wales6urg, a
small town fifty-six miles from Pu
eblo, says: A mob In ambush at 7:S0
last evening fired on a wagon contain
ing nine Italians who are charged
with fatally beating A. J. Hlxon, a
saloon keeper at Rouse, a coal mininir
camp six miles from Walesburg, Sun
day last. Four of the Italians and the
wagon driver were killed.
The prisoners, who had been lodged
in the Walesburg jail, were taken to
the coroner's inquest at Rouse jester
day afterooon. At the conclusion of
the session for the day the prisoners
were loaded into the wagon and start
ed back to the jail. At Beaver Creek,
a region where there Is much under
brush, half a score of rifles, presuma
bly in the hands of miners, rang out.
Four of the prisoners were Jnstantly
killed Joe Welby, a youug Ameri
can boy who was driving the wagon,
was a.so killed. The officers returned
the fire, which lasted several min
utes, me most intense excitement
reigns. One of the murdered men Is
supposed to have killed a saloon keeper
iu Walesburg, a short time before.
Rome, March 16. Premier "Crispi
said it was impossible that the Wales
burg incident could have any conse
quences tending to lessen the excellent
relations between Italy aud the
United States;1 The feeling between
the governments liad become tnore
cordial under the entente as to Italian
emigration. "I received dispatches
from Washington today," said the
Premier, which assure me of the Gov
ernment's good intentions. We have
ordered Baron Fava to settle the mat
ter directly with the Washington
government, and are confident of an
amicaoie ana prompt adjustment.'7
Today's newspapers dit-cuss the in
cident calmly. The Italai says:
"Above all we must not forget that
the peculiar relations of the States to
tbe Washington government prevent
au incident occurring iu a titate from
assuming the character of au aifair
directly between the two countries."
Denver, (Col.), March 14 The
coroner's jury in tbe Italian lynching
case have returned a verdict stating
that the lynching was doue by parties
unknown. The Italian consul at Den
ver has sent a communication to Gov
ernor Mclntyre yesterday, calling his
attention to the fact that two Italians
were taken from the jail at Waleen
burg and lynched, also relating to
several other Italians in jail there
and who we.e threatened with a simi
it is asserted, that Jtpan will insist
that her consular officers in China
shall have jurisdiction overall mat
ters connected with subjects of Japan
who may be living iu Chiua.
Japan, it is a.-serted, looks with
much difavor upon au unchecked im
migration of Chinese to her shores as
do the United States or any other
country which has restricted Chinese
immigration. It is believed that the
new treaty with China will contain
provisions which will not peimit
unioese io enter the interior of Japan,
but will limit their res-idence wholly
to the sea coast cities. So far as a
treaty of peace is concerned, it is
claimed that Japan will iucistonan
indemnity sufllrieut to cover the ex
penses of the war. It is estimated
that this sum will reach $150,000,000.
The radical war party of Japan are
al-o urging that all part of the pro
vince of Machuria which is uow occu
pied by Japauese troops hall be ceded
to Japan, aud that the latter Govern
ment be placed in control at Port
Arthur aixl Wei Hal-Wei. It is also
understood that Japan will, above
everything else, claim the inland of
Formosa where the rich sugar planta
tions of the Orient are located.
Washington, March 15. The ca
ble report that a Japanese squadron
of sixteen war-hips had descended on
Formosa is believed at the Jananeta
Legation here to indicate the opening !
of the spring campaign in the warmer !
.ouinerii lutiiuue. i ne Jp nee are
reported to tie gathering an army for
the urpo-e of conquering this big
Chinese island, which is to be aim sed
to J.ipiri under the treaty of pece
toon to be signed. The island, though
imminallv China's. h:n nt-ver hpnn
conquered from the Malay aborigines, !
so that Japan will be obliged to sub- ;'
due the natives. It is desired ty
Japan on account of its vast coal de-j
SiiANOiTAr, M-roh 16 Li Ilunc !
ChaiiL', China's peace envoy, sailed ;
for J pan this afternoon, with his
suite of forty persons.
Visit of Prominent Divined
One of the through passengers
by the Miowera was the Rev. Dr.
H. R. Haweis, of St. James' Churcb,
Marylebone, London, on his way to
the Colonies where he is engaged j
to deliver fifty lectures. Dr. Haweis
is well known as the author of j
several works, one of which is
4Music and Morals." He is also
an accomplished violinist. During
the short stay of the steamer in
port, Dr. Haweis called on Admiral
and Mrs. Beardslee, and went over
St. Andrew's Priory school. He
also looked over St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, and later dined with the
Bishop of Honolulu at Iolani Col
lege. Dr. Haweis was delighted
with what he saw of Honolulu.
FIKEU A r THK ALLIANCE.
Gay Party at the Hotel.
The French dinner and dance at
the Hawaiian Hotel Saturday even
ing was a complete success. A
larce number of town people were
w - x - :
present at the dinner, and later j
the number war, increased to hlteen
couples, who made merry with
dancing in tbe lanai and parlor
until a late hour. The old-time
gayety of the Hotel appears to be
The Ifymphe's Orders.
Victoria, March 1G. Orders have j
been received at iif-quimalt raval
Yard to forward all mails for H.
M. S. Nymphe to Honolulu, whither
she proceeded from San Diego di
rect, to protect British interests.
The Hawaiian Gazette Company
manufacture rubber stamps of all
Outrage by Spailh Man-of-war t'pon
New York, March 12. The Colom
bian Line steamship Alliance, Cap
taiu Crossman, from Colon, which ar
rived at quarantine at 11:45 o'clock
today, brought a tale of outrage at
sea. On March 6th, at about 7:30
o'clock in the morning when the ship
was off the east end of the island of
Cuba, a brigantlne man of war, flying
the Spanish flag was steeriutf iu the
same direction at a distauce of a mile
and a half. The Alliance dipped her
colors, which was acknowledged and
reciprocated by the Spaniard. A few
minutes later a puff of smoke ap
peared from the man-of war's bow
and a report followed This was fol- s
lowed a few minutes later by the fir
ing of another blank cartridge. Cap
tain Crossman did not pay any
attention io the shooting, but contin
ued on his course northward. The
man-of-war then altered her course to
follow the Alliance, and almost at
once another gun was fired and a
solid shot came bounding toward the
American steamship, but fell short.
Two other balls were fired, but both
went wide. The Spaniard fast dropped
astern, and after a chase of about
twenty five miles altered her course
aud headed back. Captain Crossman
can advance no theory to account for
the action of tbe Spaniard.
Washington, March 14. The
Spauish Minister has received no re
ply from the Captain-General of
Cuba regarding the firing upon tbe
Americau steamer Alliance. When
the report of the Captain-General is
received it will be laid before Gres
bam. The Spanish Minister has re
ceived no information regarding the
discovery near Savannah of a secret
store of arms and ammunition des
tined for use in the Cuban insurrection.
Four Hundred I enoni Supposed to
Have Uren Drowned.
London, March 13. There is an an-
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