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TIIK WUUKI.Y IIII.0 TKIHUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY. SKl'TKMHKR 18, 1903.
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I Paris, Sept. 9. Additional troops
'nrc to be sent to Cliinn.
Limn, Sept. 9. Seiior Cnudnmo
I has been installed ns President.
Lisbon, Sept. 9. The King of
I Portugal has been made a British
j New York, Sept. 10 A tlious
1 Greeks have enlisted here to fight
( the Turks.
I Bogota, Sept. 9. Congress is
considering a bijl authorizing a new
Salonica, September 9. Turkish
troops are attacking the revolution
ists near Monastir.
Loudon, Sept. 10 An Anglo
Austrian agreement regarding Bul
garia is announced.
Sofia, Sept. 10. Eight thousand
Turkish troops have been sent to
the Bulgarian frontier.
Constantinople, Sept. it. The
Vali of Beirut has been dismissed
by order of the Sultan.
Constantinople, Sept. 9. Turkey
will pursue Bulgarian bandits in
Macedonia into Bulgaria.
Berlin, Sept. 11. The German
warship "Moltke" with four hund
red men, has sailed for Beirut.
Sofia, Sept. 11. Six hundred ol
the Turkish troops have been rout
ed by Macedonians at Yeltepe.
Lisbon, Sept. 19. The popula
tion of Santiago, Cape Verde is
lands, is perishing of famine.
Syracuse, Sept. 10. Major Del
ma has broken the Gelding not
ing record for a mile in 2.0: j.
Salonica, Sept. 10. Foreign
consuls, fearing dynamite outrages,
demand the presence of warships.
Sacramento, Cal., Sept. 11. The
Equalization Board has raised San
Francisco's assessment thirty per
Oyster Bay, Sept. 10. President
Roosevelt does not fear that the
Turkish troubles will effect Amer
ica. Brisbane, Sept. 10. The Queens
laud government will resign owing
to the non-support of its taxation
Washington, Sept. 9. Six more
indictments for postal frauds have
been brought in. The names are
Tacoma, Wash., Sept. n. Five
masked men held up a hotel secur
ing booty amounting to $1,600 as
the result of their crime.
Leavenworth, Ks., Sept. 9. A
grand stand collapsed during a
sham battle yesterday. Twenty
four were injured, three fatally.
London, Sept. 9. Terrible de
velopments are expected in Mace
donia. The insurgents threaten
reprisals for the Monastir outrages.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 9.
Admiral Cotton reporting to the
Navy Department states that the
situation at Beirut is steadily im
proving. Peking, Sept. 1 1 . The forest of
Periu has been fired and is burning
while many encounters are re
ported between the Turks and in
surgents. Monterey, Cal., Sept. 11. The
Methodist Conference has decided
to place Hammond on trial for the
serious mismanagement of a book
San Jose, Cal., Sept. 11. Isabella
Clark, the wealthy daughter ol the
late United States Senator nud mil
lionaire, has communicated suicide.
Melancholia is adduced as the cause.
Beirut, Sept. 10. The Ameri
can mission authorities have asked
protection from Constantinople. Ad
miral Cotton will protect the con
sulates. More murders of Chris
tians have been reported.
New York, Sept. 11. Violent
storms have temporarily severed
connections with Great Britain
Cable communication is cut off by
the destruction of laud cables. The
work of restoration is being urged.
Paris, France, Sept. 9. A report
1 was received today that a French
convoy 120 strong had repulsed an
attacking force of 3,000 Moors.
The Moors lost very heavily in
killed and wounded. The French
lost 67 killed and 47 wounded,
Sii)n II 0 Will (Iran-fully ltrllr Next
Honolulu, Sept. 9. "It is rather
early to speak of the matter of my
successor," said Governor Dole,
granting an interview at his Emma
street residence this morning. "My
term does not expire until June of
next year. I read the cablegrams
published yesterday in reference to
my retiring at the expiration of,
my term; at that time I will retire."
"As to your successor, Governor,
have you any opinion or wish in
"I have nothing to say as to who
shall succeed me; that lies entirely
with the President."
"Would not the expression of
your choice have some weight with
"If the President should ask my
opinion, I should name my choice. '
"And your choice, Governor?"
"I am not yet sure whom I would'
prefer. I nm not decided as to my
choice of a successor."
"Superintendent Cooper and Sec
retary Carter are spoken of."
"Yes; and Judge Estce's name
is also mentioned. The names of
Carter and Cooper are perhaps used
more than others in connection with ',
the Governorship, but, before my '
term expires, there will probably1
be half a dozen other men in the I
r. . . . . . . I
iicm; tt cannot be saiu now wuo is
most likely to be the next Govern
or." "Of these now mentioned, should
the President invite your sugges
tion, Governor, whom would you
"I am not prepared now to say
whom I would choose."
"Would you accept, if reappoint
ed?" "No; no, I would not."
"Would you favor Cooper for
"Well, lam not prepared to say."
"Would Carter meet your ap
proval?" "I have arrived at no definite
conclusion as to whom I would
chooscshould my opinion be asked."
I.iiiuherloii Will Command.
Washington. Sept. 10. Rear
Admiral Lamberton will succeed
Rear Admiral Sumner in command
of the South Atlantic squadron.
Admiral Benjamin PelTer Lam
berton is a native of Pennsylvania.
He was chief of staff to Admiral
Dewey during the battle of Manila,
and commanded the flagship Olym
pia. Lamberton was appointed to
the Naval Academy from Pensyl
vania in 1861 and was commis
sioned six years late. He was only
a commander when he reported for
duty on the Asiatic station in 189S
at the outbreak of the Spanish War,
and his services during that famous
engagement won for him a cap
taincy. He was also made an ad
miral only a short time ago, and
was on duty, in Washington until
his present appointment to the
command of the South Atlantic
Russia Will Stay.
Tokio, Japan, Sept. 9. Partial j
confirmation has been received of;
Russia's intent to postpone the '
evacuation of the Amur district.
During the recent period when war '
seemed to be threatened between
Japan and Russia, she agreed to
evacuate the Amur district on or !
before October 8th. Considerable
doubt was felt that Russia's prom-'
ise was not bona fide, but it was
necessarily accepted for what it was
worth. The probable postponment
which amounts to a refusal of Rus-1
sia to withdraw its troops, bids fair I
to bring on a renewal of the sharp
diplomatic contest for power in the
. Washington; D. C, Sept. 8.
Minister Leishman cables from
Constantinople that a body of fan- j
atical Mussulmans killed seven'
Christians in a recent street fight I
growing out of the intense feeling
existing at Beirut, Syria. The
Turkish troops were promptly called
to restore order, but their appear
ance brought on a general fight in
which several were killed and many
wounded. The excitement that
prevails is intense and a general
outbreak is feared. Should there
be no improvement in the situation
Admiral Cotton may laud marines
to protect American interests.
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