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Bar European and American Powers From
Further Acquisition of Territory in Asia.
Battle of The Straits-Gorky Doomed. .
Republican Can Be Greater Than His Party. Cannot
Remain In Party If He Deviates Open Letter
to Voters. The Scandinavian Trouble.
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5 of the Rules and Regulations governing Elec-
tioiis reads as follows: uAt any intermediate
special election the register of voters used at the
last preceding general election shall be used with- j
Paragraph 3, Section 2, provides however,
" Provided, however, that at any special election,
any person who has previously registered, and
'since registering has moved his residence to
another 'precinct without having had an oppor
tunity 'to'register therein, may vote in the pre
cinct in which he was last registered."
C. R. BUCKLAND,
(In explanation of the above, a letter was written asking
the Administration to define the status of voters registered
on Oahu and Hawaii.)
MONROE DOCTRINF IN ASIA.
TOKIO, May 31. Japan is to
have a Monroe doctrine for Asia
and she will he able to enforce it.
There has been more or less talk
to this effect in European capitals
for somo time, but . there is now
high authority for saying that an
imperial commission, consisting of
tho elder statemen, the chiefs of
the naval and military staff and
others are atwork formulating the
plan and scope of tho doctrine and
methods of its promulgation and
The work has practically been
completed, but no action will be
taken until peace has been com
pleted with Russia or until the
Russians have been driven from
Manchuria. In a general waj the
Japanese propose to hold the same
relation to Eastern and Southeast
ern Asia that tho United States
holds to North and South America.
Existing rights of tho powers will
be recognized, but there can bo no
acquisition of further territory in
Asia by any European or American
The fact of tho existence of this
commission has been kept secret
until in tho jubilation of tho over
whelming success of Togo the
nature of tho work was whispered"
It is also said that France will feel
the first effects of tho new doctrine.
Tho specific case in which Franco
will bo called to answer is tho
recent "rectification" of "tho bound
ary between her Indo-Chinese
possessions and tho Chineso Em
pire. Franco so it is alleged, secur
ed the consent of China in quite
tho usual way to a chango in tho
lines which gave her a rich slico of
Chinese territory. Tho "rectifica
tion," it is said, will not ho recog
nized undor tho Japanese Monroo
Tho feeling in Japan is bitter
against France, which to tho Japa
nese mind has acted throughout
tho war as an active ally of tho
Russians. For the sake of policy
tho Japaneso government has up
to this time contented itsolf with
protests, but in common with other
Asiatics the Japaneso have a long
memory for injuries and no doubt
that Russia's ally will have to pay
well for tho assistance which en
abled Rodjestvensky to reach his
fate at Tsushima.
While tho Japanese authorities
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.,
ao absolutely silent upon tho con
dition of the vessels sunk at Port
Arthur, it is on tho very best
authority that no less than five of
tho battleahips have already been
raised and are undergoing repairs,
In fact, it is said in tome quarters
that one or two of these craft took
part in tho recent battlo.
With these five battleships ad
ded to tho five which Japan al
ready had, and tho two captured
at the Liancourt rocks, and which
can easily bo repaired, she will
have availabo within a few months
at the furthermost a battle lino of
twelve modern battleships and
eight big armored cruisers.
THE BATTLE OF TUB KOREAN
LONDON. May 31. Tho Daily
Mail's Tokio correspondent says
that tho captain of the Russian
cruiser Admiral Nakhimoff, who is
now a prisoner, relates the follow
ing story of the battlo between tho
Japaneso and Kussian Meets.
"Wo first saw tho Japanese at G
o'clock on the morning of May 27
when suddenly and unexpectedly
wo encountered the enemy's fleet
as wo were moving to tho east of
Tsu island. They steamed toward
us and opened hro. Only ninot)'
minutes after tho tiring began
a sudden shock was felt undor tho
Admiral Nakhimoff and sho began
to sink with great rapidity, My
belief is that sho either struck
mine or a torpedo, iny crow
numbered (500 mon, a majority of
whom went down in tho ship, as
there was no time to got tho men
"Myself and a number ol sur
vivors. aided by life belts, swam
to a small lunch, and about 10
o'clock in the morning wo wont
aboard a fisher-boat. All of tho
ollicers were sent to Shimonosoki,
"In tho encasement fought off
Liancourt rock, tho Russian battle
shins were surrounded by Japan
eso shins, which circled about
them, nourine i terrible fire
and they almost immediately fel
into boneless confusion. Seeing
their plight, Vice Admiral Togo
signaled from tho battleship Mi
kasa a demand to know whether
tho Russians were ready to sur
render. Our ships complied with
SATURDAY, JUNE A7, J
Other accounts of tho battlo de
scribe tho roar of tho cannon as so
terrible that houses were shaken at
Yamaguchi, twenty-eight miles
distant, and the people supposed
it was an earthquake.
Tho Japaneso fleet suffered little.
Tho battleship Asahi was often hit
and suffered tho heaviest losses,
but did not quit tho firine line.
dmiral Kamimura was sent
TOKIO, May 30. Admiral To
go's supplementary report, which
reached tho Navy Department this
afternoon, makes the Russian de
feat. a staggering disaster unequal
ed in naval history. Practically
every fighting ship of a once splen
did fleet was either sunk or cap
tured, representing a loss of ton
nage exceeding 150,000 tons. The
remaining units of the fleet, con
sisting largely of auxiliaries and
transports, have been dispersed,
some going to Vladivostok and
others to the China coast. Ad
miral Rojestvensky, gravely
wounded, occupies a cot in a Japa
nese hospital, a prisoner of war.
Later renorts indicate that tho
fightiwg was of the most desperate
nature. On Saturday and Sunday
there were persistent torpedo at
tacks following heavy gun fight
ing. Admiral Rojestvensky ap
pears to have been hopelessly out
classed in gunnery. It is reported
that it was necessary for Admiral
Rojestvensky to change his flag
ship five times during tho battle.
lie linally took refuge on a torpe
do-boat destroyer, where ho was
Togo's Carefully Laid Ambush
TheSe dispatches have already
told that while tho world supposed
Togo to be at the much-advertieed
rescador islands, ho was really
waiting quietly in tho sheltered
harbour of Masampho on the
Korean side of tho Korean Strait
There, with wireless communi
cation in every direction, with the
homo fortined ports of Nagasaki,
Shiinonoseki and Matsuye to run
to m case ol need, with his war
ships in splendid trim and his
flotilla of torpedo boat destroyed
lyinc ready in tho roadstead- os
busa-n, with steam up on every
craft and with every man and gun
ready for action, logo was guard
ing tho straits.
At the wireless message from basu-
na, "Kussian squadron in sight,
l ogo, tho Japanese Admiral, sig
naled the formation of attack that
had been agreed on and the com
bined fleet started to meet the
enemy. By this time the clay had
advanced, the log had cleared and
the seas were again running heav
Utt Uuelpart island tho Kussian
colmuns were pointed apparently
for the Broughton Strait, tho chan
nel that lies between tho Tsu is
lands and tho Korean coast, and
for a time it looked as though
Roiestvensky planned to split his
coiumns and send one on each
sido of tho islands that divido tho
Admiral Togo thereupon signal
cd to increase speed and force r
battlo off tho little island of Okino.
which lies to tho southeast of
TUB SCANDINAVIAN TROUBLE
HONOLULU Juno 8. Tho
C. Advertiser of today says:
Norway has never been satisfied
with her compact ol ioi-i with
Sweden and her dosiro for com
nlote autonomy has been encourag
ed by Russia, a power which, for
her own purposes, wants tho Scan
dinavian kingdoms to bo divided
The Norwegians folt that they were
getting tho worst of tho agreement
because tho ovor-snauowing lm
nortantanco of Sweden gavo her
tho inside route commercially and
politically; Especially grievous
was the preponderance of Swedish
consuls who sent trade to their own
part of tho kingdom rather than
to Norway. Aftor demanding
separate consuls m vain, Norway
leeislativo body, tho Storthing
finally passed a consular bill which
King uscar veioeu. in aimcipa
tiqn of this veto Norway accumu
lateu war material, mined Bomo
strategic bridges and heavily gar
risoned her forts and is now m
position of defense.
Tho political condition of the
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TWO REGIMENTS OF
Admiral Avellan Head
Grand Duke Alexis Resigns Peice
Conference In Washington.
CARTER SAYS A. M.
'ublishes in the P. C. Advertiser The Reasons Robbed
of One Hundred and Twenty Thousand Dollars on
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ST. PETERSBURG, June 10. Admiral Avellan has become the head
(f the Admirality. Grand Duke Alexis
WASHINGTON, June 1G. If it
the peace plenipotentiaries will adjourn
WASHINGTON, Juno 1C The
formation of two provisional regiments
WINDSOR, June. Princes ATartruarito of Connaught and Prince
Adoiphus of Sweden were married yesterday.
SINGAPORE, Juno 1C Tho Russian cruiser Rion has sailed fot Odessa.
WASHINGTON June 15. Roosevelt has decided that discretion bo
exercised in the enforcement of the Chineso exclusion law.
NEW YORK, June 15,-The Navy department ha's decided to place ..ii
range finders in tho fighting tops of
WASHINGTON, June 15. Tho
ington. The Hague or.Geneva roav be
BUENOS AYRES, Juno 15. Floods are devastating tho Argcntiuo
Republic j 40,000 cattle have beoa drowned.
FEZ (Morocco) June 15. England
conference over Morocco.
HONOLULU Juno 15. In t.o-day's P. C. Advertiser tho Governor
specifies Arthur Brown's unfitness for
ATHENS, June 14. -The Premier
sassinated yesterday by a gambler
just as he was emerging from his carriage, Tho doed was ono of revenge,
Delyannis having closed the gambling places.
ESSEN, Juno 14. Three thousand
discharged for belonging to labor unions.
BERLIN, Juno 14. It has been
chau, Germany's port in North China.
JUNIN, Chile, Juno 13. Bubonic
people of tho placo are fleeing.
FORT DE FRANCE, Martinique,
ing signs of activity..
BOSTON, June, 12. Henry Comstock was robbed of $120,000 in secu
rities on a steamer hf ro today.
a,i;r,n,.;nn lrinmlnm nr kinir-
doms is not quite analogous to
that of the United States before
tho Civil War, because Norway
and Sweden aro both, in large de
gree, independent. Tho King rules
according to tho constitutional
provisions of each kingdom; the
constitution, laws and government
of each aro distinct from tho other.
Tho common affairs aro regulated
in combined meetings of members
of tho Swedish and Norwegian
councils of State. A decision on
tho part of Norway to annul the
partnership could hardly bo treat
ed as a rebellion, although tho
Swedish government may choso to
regard it is such. It will ho in
teresting to note whether the
powers comprising tho long dis
dandod Holly Alliance, which
established Scandinavian union in
1814 will consider themselves
bound, in this latter day, to pro
tect it. Certainly Russia would
MAXIM GORKY DOOMED,
ODESSA, May 20. Reports re
ceived from Yalta, in tho Crimea,
regarding Maxim Gorky's health
aro anything but encouraging.
Tho physical and mental suffer
ings of tho hist three months havo
entirely mined tho famous author's
always delicate constitution, though
it is still hoped that tho balmy air
of tho South may prolong his lifo
for somo time. That ho is doomed
to an early death no ono doubts
of Russian Admiralty.
BROWN IS UNFIT
T"1 ' vnf
nague in umi.
has resigned as High Admiral.
is uncomfortably hot in Washington
to a northern summer resort.
War Department has ordered the
of field artillery.
the U. S. warswhlps instead of guns. - -
pcaco program is focusing. Wash-.
selected as the place of conference,
has refused to join an international
the ofneo he seeks.
of Greece, Mr. Delyanuis, wps as
He was stabbed
workmen in Westphalia have been
decided to extensively fortify Kiao-
plague has appeared here, and tho
June 13. Mount Peleo is manifest
Robertson on Party rrenson
HONOLULU, June 12. According to
the judgment of National Committee
man A. G. M. Robertson, a Republican
who delibertely goes out of his way to
oppose the nominee of the party conven
tion cattnot remain a Republican except
in his own imagination.
"No Republican can be greater than
his party," said Robertson, when he was
asked the question this morning. "He
cannot be above his party in'' any way.
This is the position that both the'organi-
zation' and the 'administration have al
ways taken heretofore with respect to the
aspirations of individual Republicans.
It is regarded as a duty that ever' Re
publican ows to his party to abide by
the platform and to support the candi
dates which the party in convention as
sembled decides to place before the
"Only iu a most extreme aud flagrant
case can a person claiming to 1k a Re
publican refuse to vote for a regular
party nominee, and the limit of his dis
sent should be confined, to the mere
failure to cast his vote far the objection
"Under no circumitanccs is a member
of the party justified in offering himself
as a candididate or accepting nomina
tion in opposition to the rygular party
nominee. When ho does so ho showsf'
that he thinks that he is bigger tlmn tlio
wholelparty, and he cutis to to be 11
uiernr of the party, except in" his own
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