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fr Washington. May (J. A meetingiof the Foreign Relations Com
mittee of the Senate was held todnyfiit which was discussed the
proposition to take Up the indebtedness of Hawaii as assuhiofl by
the United States when the resolution annexing Hawaii to this
country was adopted. Secretary, Gage explained the necessity for
additional authority before he could 1 take action to wipe out the
The resolution tit 'Annexation proJHifed for the taking up of bonds
intOTier ieb'tedness To" the "amount of $4,000,'0jl), but it lint
been 'developed that the full amount of the indebtedness is ap
proximately .$4,(300,000, including the liabilities of the Hawaiian
postal savings bank. A bill was drawn authorizing the Secretary
to take up this indebtedness and
favorable report to be made out.
Manila, May 8.- Unofficial letters received here state that 3000
insurgents burned B'ulun, in South Luzon, on May 4, and drove
out fifty men of the 47th Volunteer Infantry, garrisoning the
place. They killed many Spanish
week some Sorgoron linns, in response to a petition, sent a steam
er to rescue the merchants of
Details of the affair are meager,
troops Avoro forced to take refuge aboard ships and that u gun
boat shelled the city while the rebels Pooled and burned it.
Bulan had a population of 20,000 and there Wore many large
commercial establishments located there
Thaua Nchu, May 10. Ten tVn y-n '1 .Bni)rjpijii rl r y
General Steyn are reported to be
London, May 11, 10:f)0 a
War Olhce from Riotspruit
We nave nttu a snc
fr jm point to point,
of cavalry a?.d Hu:
roction to Ml
Pole-Carols iifvision and Gordon's cavhirv bricado. augmented
'fllMWffi lne R()yal Horse Artillery, and by Henry's and
Rojj3gpited infantry, crossed the river by a drift near the
,.iufFhri3go. My quarters accompanied this force. With the
ibiiaafcHy portion we are eight miles north of tho river
"S55?fniounted infantry arc at
jTucker's division is at Deelfontoinnord. ,
making for the cross roads near
from them. Hamilton's column
and amith-Borrien s bridage was
tecting the rear and Hank of his force.
"The only casualties reported at present are:
"Killed: Rank and hie, tour;
received from tho cavalry nor Hamilton's force."
London, May 8, 4:30 a. in. The Boors are everywhere retir
ing before the British except on the Natal border and at, Mafekinj
to tho inner circle of their defenses. They appear determined
not to fight until the Kroonstadt
jnaples, May y. tho activity 01 Vesuvius is becoming more
formidable, and the observatory officials announce. that the seismic
instruments lire extremely agitated. A thick column of smoke is
issuing from the crater and the earth shakes are violent.
The cable-car service up Mount, Vesuvius has boon suspended
Four Englishmen attempted to ascend tho mountain on fgot,' and
eluding tho vigilance of tho carbineers, who form a cordon at a
height beyond which tho ascent is considered unsafe, they ap
proached th summit. Suddenly the volcano belched forth n
stream of lava and stone. '
London, May iu. Tiie uuuy express puoiisnes tins morning
a series of telegrams whiclrillustrnte the alarming spread of tho
bubonic plague, which is ravaging .ho shores of the Red Sea, is
rapidly increasing at Hongkong, where tiiere been sixty live cases
in twenty day.;, and spending into
Washington, May I). Consul
cabled the Secretary of State
peared iii Alexandria.
Simla, May 9. Tho bubonic
material decline througout India.
Cairo, May 9. There has been
tho plague, and seven cases of
Alexandria there have been four deaths and two cases of tho
ment of tho Indemnity claims
formed circles say that tho Turkish Minister in ' Washington- AH
Ferrouh Bey, has givon assurances of the settlement of tlio claims
but asks f6r a short delay, which is granted.
Ahmed Pasha has left Constantinople. Ho is going to tho United
States with prosposals, tho object of which is tho settlement of
tho claims in an indirect manner. In the event of tho failuioof
Ahmed's proposals tho United States Government will resume-
negotiations with the Porto.
The impression here is that Ahmet,! will not succeed.
Washington, May B. Tho nomination of M. M. Esteo for United
States District Judge of Hawaii
the intimation is abroad here that
unvthini further is done. Meamvhilo thd friends bf other candi
dutes are getting in their work
the committee today authorized a
and Chinese residents. Last
Bulan, who were expecting the
but it is rcp'ortcd the American
A battle is
iberts telegraphs to the
of May 10 evening, as
,y ana nave driven the enemy
Porter's and Dickson's bridges
infantry, crossed the Zand at
round in a northeasterly di-
opposed continuously ,by the
Ventersburg -when I last heard
met with stubborn resistance,
engaged lor some nours in pro
wounded, five. No returns yet
hills are reached.
additional towns in Australia
General Long at Cairo, Egypt,
today that the plaguo had ap
plaguo is generally showing a
a total of fourteen deaths from
that disease at Port Said. At
May 10. Tho matter of the settle
is temporarily delayed. Well in
did not goto tho Senate today! and
it may bo a week or moro before
Mark Hannn onpoxes the canal bill.
Five million people ai'c receiving aid
Turkey la patching up her old
Corbcft and Jeffries are to fight
At Coney Island.
Gold has bjen found iti tlfc beds
of Alaska Hike?.
Coffee interests suffer by tho revo
lution in Colombia.
The Paris Patrie predicts strife
between America and Germany.
Russians and Chinpsc have had
evcral collisions in Manchuria,
Now charts cf American insular
possessions arc being prepared.
Tho House passed an inquiry reso
lution about Japanese immigration.
Porto Rico may have a delegate
to the National Democratic Conven
The Japanese claim the sole right
to own land in' their C6r6ai! settle
Steyn' says tho Boers will tight
it tho Vaal, in Pretoria and m the
Mount Lassen, a volcano in North
ern California, is reported to be
active again. . '
A strange race of beings little
ibove the apes wcro discovered in the
leart of Africa.
Only ii.OflO men are added to the
United States Army by the re
Extensive embezzlements by Unit
ed States postal" officials at Hava
na arc reported.
Score's ' of Chineso -are- to bcdc
ported from San Francisco by Port
Tho British West Indian regiment
will iro to the srold coast to deal
with the Ashantecs.
A scouting party of Americans
was surrounded in Panay by Fill
pinos; losses, sixteen men.
The Boer commander at Mafc
kintr fears he may be cut off, and
wants to raise tho siege.
Three- thousand Chineso havo at
tacked Woi-hai-wei and been beaten.
off by a small British force.
The brothers Rockefeller have
nmrro led and Frank has left the
Euclid Avenue Baptist Church.
The Boers have moved their head
quarters in tho Thaba n'Chu district
I'rom Ladybrand to Clocolan.
West Australia gold fields petition
for political separation from other
West Australian settlements.
Tho United . States has a soft
nosed proicctilo that .will pierce
Krupp armor or any other kind.
Marinduquo Island, off tho south
Coast of Luzon, has , been quietly
occupied by the American troops.
Atfumuluo has reappeared and is
irganizing a force in Northern Lu
zon. General Young is in pursuit.
Tho United Mutes, with tlio as
sent of Mexico, will establish a coal
intr station at La Paz, Lower
A new French shell which will
envelop the enemy's guns in smoke
will bo supplied to tho French army
The Embassadors to Constantino
nlo decided they would make the
payment of in-lcmnity to foreigner
a separate question.
Former Vieo Consul Wildiniyi says
tho Filipino insurgents are far. from
conquered and that they are inaugii
rating a reign of terror.
If a break between America and
tho Porto occurs, our interests in
Turkoy may be turned over to the
care of tho Germau Government.
The Havana postal frauds show
a'startling money shortage. About
&M.000 worth of stamps that had
been ordered destroyed were novo
burned but made use ot by cuibez
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