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Washington. April 17. After
Agreement was reported today by
main tlio forin of yoornmctt as
provided by the Kohse. The
on the Hawaiian Government frill'. hb Semite conferees yielded to
tlio House lncasuro, which passed atl A substitute for tlib Senate bill
as a whole, although a mvhibev of nniondmelith were made. In the
unctcr general unvs, and tnc striumg out oi the House provision
postponing for olio year the time for applying the coasting laws
to Hawaii. The prohibition of saloons lii Hawaii as provided by
the House bill is retained in a modified fbrin, in olfect leaving the
matter to local option. The House provisions us to the land laws
are retained, including the amendment of Representative Nowlands
of Nevada restricting the amount of land to be held by a corpora
tion to 1,000 acres. The other NeVrfands amendment, providing
for a committee to investigate th'o 'labo'r question in Hawaii, is
changed so that Commissioner of fiabiTr Wright will conduct the
inquiry. Th'o appointhioYit bf Circuit Judges, which was the subject
of rathor earnest Uilfor'oV.c'es, was finally decided by leaving the
appointments with tli'd President.
The bill establishes a 'complete form of government for the Isl
ands, with a Governor and other cxculive officers', a Legislature of
two branches and a judicial branchy consisting 'of a Supreme Court,
Circuit Court and inferior courts. The bill provides that Hawaii
shall be represented in CongxWs by a delegate, have a scat in the
House of Representatives, with the right to debate, but not to vole.
The delegate to Co'n'gr'ess is to bo chosen at an erection of the
people. There is no tariff prpvisirm in the' bill, as IhU tariff laws
of the United States are extended fever the Islantls and the Terri
tory of Hawaii is specifically made i) "customs district of tho United
States" with the ports of entry at Honolulu, Hilo, Mahnkona and
London, April 18. l:f)5 p. m.)--LoPd Robbrls' criticisms of
General Buller, General Warren and Colonel Thoriiyuroffc continue
topics of Vicute interest. 'All the afternoon papers comment at
length on the strictui'es of the British commander-in-chief in
South Africa, taking tho same lines as 'the morning papers, pros
ing Lord Roberts for his frankness and speculating upon what tho
publication of the dispatches at the preset moment portends.
Some of them maintain there is nothing loft for General Buller
but to resign. The St. James Gazette is particularly scathing.
Referring General Buller's report it says:
"Never in the history of armies did it happen that Generals
scribbled their confessions of failure and 'defeat, of useless deaths
of men and of discredit, to the flag in a manner which suggests a
careiul selection from t"he forced jocular manner, the slangy lan
guage of the horseman, and the gabble of the smoking room in the
e veiling "
The Globe declares that ' a more pitiable record of indecision in
plan and confustoh in execution we Vb ?c seldom read," and adds
that "what little reputation General Buller had left has been scat
tered to the winds."
Cape Town, April 18. Tho Boor Governments arc circulating
the following manifesto to the Afrikander throughout Cape Colony.
"We feel that our fat'o and the fate of whole o'f "A'f'ricandom is at
stake, and we appeal to you to stand and fight shoulder to shoulder
with us, You cannot, you may
forever your finest traits of character as a nation.
"With you ov our side tho issue cannot be doubtful. You must
conquer. God grant that love 'for your country and your liberty
and tho noble virtues of men truly free nn(y induce you to join us
in the hour of our sMpromo struggle."
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London; April 1.8. Tfc is persistently insisted in military circles
that Lieutenant General Sir Charles Warren, the commander of the!
tTiflh division in the South African lie-id forces, 'lias been ordered!
to return home.
It is said that ti perpmptoty order for General Warren's return
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was cauieu 10 oouut tiuriea tins
e Doric pot away. . Twonty-six
San Fkancisco, Apiil id. TlrM'o was a big rumpus just before
to sail on the vessel. Iiut only fifteen of, them materialized
ti ii rt ' j J it in
men are Austrians and caui t(jt)he United States under contract
to work in the Hawaiian ranofieids. W,hen th'oy reticld hero they'
learned what they wouljl.)my fo do in the Islands, ,and all made
i break for liberty. Eliv'p.n oftlioin ijre still at large, but when the
Doric sailed the other fifteen were securely locked up in tho fore-
peak of the ship with a strong guard oyer, them-. Tho Southern.
Pacific detectives are now on .hf trail of the, escnjpe.s and if they
ire ctuvglit they will be sent on 'to Honolulu on tlie n6xt steamer,
London, Aiiril 18. Tlio vacuum
,var news is filled with dispatches
rumors and gossip.
Tho Times publishes the. text of
Afghanistan commonUng. upon
iggressiou, and coivyuig tho significant hint to the India gov
irnmeiit that the present is th6 time for deeds, not for talk. Tlie
thoroughly entortaincd opinion in diplomatic circles is that Russia
sill not take advanttije of the
but will wait until tlio time
Portuguese territory in South
Groat Britain, '
Washington, April K 11 has
Republican, Democrat ic and Is
Oongress that this session of Congrees shall adjourn June 12.
Tho reasons for taking this action are plain. Tho Congressmen are
.nteres:tad in their own. campaigns, and are anxious to get home
to participate, Tho President is satisfied. Important bills, of
necessity, will go over until next
exfondod meetings a uimniraous
tlie House and Senate conferees
tinally determined upon is Hint
chief amendments are thnso
not, allow tho tyrant to extinguish I
contract laborers wero supposed
created, by the shrinkage of"
'far afield and with political
a letter from tho Ameer of
Hntsh indifference It) Russian,
British situation in South Africa,!
comes for the Division of the
Africa between Germany amtf
finally been 'decided "by the;
pulist loaders in both Houses oil
Bryan lias gone East.
Senator Clark will resign from the
Colombian relcls have been budlv
Consul Hay lias received .six and
ouo-hulr loti-s of jrifts for British n'ris-
adopt as a new name: "Popular Gov
The total cuslr.iiis receipts of Ma
nila for tlie three months ending with
March were $lir,0M(i.
Benjamin Uarriwia will preside
over the Presbyterian Ecumenical
Council at Indianapolis.
The deaths from plague through
out India hi the week ending April
18 were upwards of 4.000'.
A Cairo dispatch says the bubonic
plague has made its appearance at
several Red Sea ports. '
Prank W. Haekcttof Now Hamp
shire lias been nominated for Assist
ant Secretary of the Navy.
Uubonie plague has broken out in
Persia near the 'Turkish frontier.
There have been l.iii deaths.
Available cash balance in tl'e Uni
ted States Treasury April 18,
$1.-11,272 574; 'gold, sJSD.lC-i.l.
Tlie propejiv qualification in Lou
siana gave t'li'o Deniocrats an enor
mous majority in the Into elections.
Tho Philippine Commission may
choose a ( secretaryfrom among
American residents of the Philippines.
' The time in which Spanish subjects
in the Philippines may elect heir fu
ture allegiance has been extended
six .months'. '. lAr '
General Gomez cays that Cub.i
fought against tlio dominion of Spain
only to find herself under the heel of
Uio United States.
Senator Chandler has introduced a
bill "for the prevention of the denial
ov the abridgement of tho right of
citizens of the United States to vote
on account of color."
Bellamy Storcr, United States
.Minister at Madrid, hafc apologised
to the Spanish Govcrment on behalf1
of the United States, for the, insult!
given tho Duke d'Arcos by the author
ities of Chicago.
The mountain which overlooks the
town of Klappi, where tho hind slide
recently occurred, has undergone
seismiedisturbance which is spreading
throughout the entire, province of
Bohemia, between tlio rivo rs Elbe
American canValats aro en routoj
to uussia to secure, tlie contract un
building the railwa'y from St. Peters
burg to Odessa, traversing nioro
than half tho Empire from north to
soutli. Tljo road will -ot cost less
The heights of tho Bohemian mid
dle range aro moving, and houses
ami churches have collapsed in some
thick villages. Railway embank
ments have been moved, streams
diverted and roads sunk. ,Thu far;
incre nas neen no loss oi me, out a
constant watch is im'nerativc. !
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mm. aimui iiurus, jiinisier ot
Mines in the British Cpjuijila cabinet,'
announces th(atA tho idien labor law
which wasjmsxed by hc BritUh
Columbia lc'gislalurc at it. last ses
sum to exclude American minei'.s from
the Atlin district) will be rntled.
.it tno July ses?ion of tlio Icgihl.ttufe,
Thetttest pilicial reports from the
f eo Stto are to tlie ctfoct tlUt
General Dewot is s till surrounding
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lough tho Britiiiorct-s are strong-1
ly eutre.nehed in Boer fashion, ih'dicn
ting thut they are colonials.
Representative Wlieelor, of Ken
tucky, presented to Admiral and
Mrs. Dewey a unique invitation to vi
sit tho city of Padueah, Ivy., while
on their proposed western hip next
month. Tlio invitation was enclosed
in an oak caskot trimmed with gold
and silver. It is on a thin sheet of
birch which bears the seal of tho city
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