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Attorney (leneiiil Want to Know,
Aliottl lllslmrmniil Matter. I
Honolulu, Sept. 14 Tlic fact is 1
pretty well established tliat the De- j
pattmciit of Jttstiqe at Washington
has ordered an investigation of the
action of Chief Justice Ifrear alid
Associate Justice Perry in disbar-'
ring Attorney George A. Davis.
A statement to this effect wns made
Saturday and the impression seemed ,
general that there was something
doing from Washington .in connec- '
tion with the disbarment cases.
United States District Attorney
Brcckons was seen this morning by
a Bulletin reporter and asked
whether Attorney General Knox
had requested or ordered him to in
vestigate the disbarment case of
"I have nothing to say," res
ponded Mr. Brcckons, and further
questioning failed to elicit any morei
Mr. Brcckons is the official who j
would naturally hive this matter
in hand and his refusal to affirm or
deny the report practically verifies
it. It is known that Attorney
Davis, while at the Coast and pre
vious to his departure got in touch '
with influential Congressmen and !
Senators and that these gentlemen I
! were active in making strong rep-'
resentations to Attorney General
Knox. It is pretty well established
that the whole record will be thor
oughly investigated by the agents
of the Federal Attorney General's
Urcut llrltalii War Talk.
London, England, Sept. i4.The
extraordinary session of the Cabinet
today to discuss the national fiscal
policy, the Oriental and Balkans 1
situation was one of the most mo-
mentous assemblies in the recent 1
history of the country. j
The fiscal conditions were first '
taken up and Secretary Chamber
lain's propositimi for a change from
the present status was strenuously '
opposed by Mr. Ritchie, Clancellor
of the Exchequer. It is probable
that Richie will resign if the change '
It dealing with the Oriental situ-,
ation it conies out that both Japan
anu Great Britain will protest
separately against the latest de
mand of Russia that it be allowed
to postpone the evacuation of the
Amur district. Japan has made a
vigorous demand that evacuation J
shall take place as proposed by '
Russia in its answer to the Powers. '
Conditions in the Balkans are re-1
garded as not calling for immediate j
action. No action will be taken to I
avert possible war. I
Rritiuli rmisniy tnrlnv jlrnnnnd tit I
89(1 the lowest figure ever reached
in recent years. The cause of this
is the var talk and the uncertainties
of the stability of the Balfour Cabinet.
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Cherbourg, France, Sept. 16.
Cardinal Gibbons sailed fot New
Topeka, Kan., Sept. 16. A frost
today did severe damage, especially
to the com crop.
Rio dc Janeiro, Brazil, Sept. t8.
Seventy-one cases of bubonic
plague are reported in this city.
Salonica, Turkey, Sept. 16. In
a sharp engagement near Kratova
today the Turks killed 650 insur
gents. Hongkong, Sept. 16. Thestcam
cr Onlingo foundered in a typhoon
off Chankauwan and one hundred
lives are reported to have been lost.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 16. Severe
fighting took place at Kainachila
today in which the Turks pillaged
the Bulgarian homes in the town.
Loudon, Sept. 16. A blue book
issued today shows that there has
been a decline of British exports to
the United States and an increase
of imports into England from
New York, Sept. 16. President
Roosevelt has appointed a commis
sion to inspect the Immigration
station at Ellis Island, and is now
on his way to visit the Antietam
Douglass, Oklahoma Territory,
Sept. 16. Six masked men today
rode into this town, surrounded a
bank, and robbed it of $5,000.
They made their escape and posses
arc now in pursuit.
Sofia, Bulgaria, Sept. 18. A
body of eighty insurgents dyna
mited a force of Turkish troops,
doing terrible execution. One
thousand of the Turks are reported
to have been killed.
Shanghai, China, Sept. 13. The
Japanese minister at Peking has
protested to the Chinese govern
ment against Russia's delay in
evacuating Manchuria, thus reopen
ing the entire Ear Eastern question.
Washington, D. C, Sept. 18.
Secretary Shaw of the Treasury
Department has issued regulations
requiring that all entries of im
ported sugars must be accompanied
by a certificate stating the origin of
Bogota, Colombia, Sept. 13.
The government fears that the dis
trict of Panama will declare its in
dependence from Colombia. The
revolutionists will then try to deal
with the United States for the con
struction on the canal.
London, England, Sept. 14.
Joseph Chamberlain, Secretary for
the Colonies, was hooted in the
streets today 011 his way to the
Cabinet meeting. Chamberlain's
protective policy is very unpopular
with the masses.
Paris, France, Sept. 18. A re
port was circulated on the Bourse
today that King Peter of Servia
has been assassinated. The report
has not been confirmed and it is
generally credited as a canard cir
culated for its possible efiect on
Delaware Breakwater, Sept. 16
I11 the great storm raging here to
day the schooner Hattie Marsh was
wrecked and five other vessels are
reported as missing. The schooner
Hattie A. Marsh, Captain Mehaffey,
was a vessel of 414 tons and has
been trading from Philadelphia to
Atlantic coast ports.
MoutreaJ, Canada, Sept. 16.
The Canadian government has de
cided to ship back to China, the
I Chinese, who are refused admit
tance to the United States at the
border. In this way the Chinese
will be prevented from making more
than one attempt at trying to beat
the American immigration laws.
Toledo, Ohio, Sept. 14. The of pillages, massacres and outrages, i
monument to the late President Mc- J Tlie population of the town and dis
Kinley was today unveiled with trict was mostly Bulgarian, Al
imposing ceremony. Senator Han- banian and Greek. The people)
11a presided at the exercises. Sena-'j jverc tetl as agriculturists and the j
tor Fairbanks of Indiana delivere-l?0WI1 of Kastoria had great trade'
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Turks Kill Thousands.
Sofia, ept. 18. The Turks have
destroyed the town of Kastoria and
massacred 10,000 people.
London, Sept. 18. Russia and
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Austria may occupy iiaceuotua - -. r n n II T I" n
temporarily as a measure of peace. U t L L D K A I L U
Berlin, Sept. 18. The Turkish ;
army is now on a war footing.
Constantinople, Sept. 18. Re
ports that Bulgarians and Mace
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tier arc confirmed. j
Constantinople, Sept. 18. The
Vali of Beirut who was removed to
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lake bearing the same name in the 1
center of the disturbed section in
Macedonia. The town is only j
thirty miles from Mouastir, the
capital of the district, and the scene
of the recent massacres. Within
the past few weeks the district
around Kastoria has been the scene '
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