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THli WHKKIA' IIII.0 TUIliUNlS, II 1 1.0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOHKK
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Jquicnte, Chile, Sept. 30. The
Province of Iquiquc hns been de
clared free from plague, the usual
period having elapsed since thejast
Constantinople, Turkey, Sept.
30. War rumors were again set in
motion today by the call for 50,000
recruits to the army issued by the
St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 29. C. S.
Mcllcn, president of the Northern
Pacific Railroad, has resigned his
position to accept the presidency of
the New York, New IIavcn'&
Budapest, Hungary, Sept. 30.
A riot of striking van drivers oc
curred here today. Police officials
in quelling the mob used firearms
with warlike freedom. Seventy of
the strikers were injured.
San Hrancisco, Cal., Sept. 29.- -Idward
Delabrousse in a fit of jeal
ous rage shot and killed Marie Jor
dan. After shooting the subject of
his affections, Delabrousse put a
bullet in his own head. He will
Ventura, Cal., Sept. 30. The
oil steamer Whittier with the bark
entine Fullerton and barge Santa
Paula in tow left port today with
oil for Honolulu. The oil ships
will go to San Francisco before de
parture for the islands.
Vienna, Austria, Sept. 30. The
first meeting of Czar Nicholas with
Kmperor Francisco Joseph took
place here today. The conference
will result in a positive decision on
the attitude of Austria and Russia
in the Balkans trouble.
Tientsin, China, Sept. 30. The
Province of Petang, which has been
suffering from an epidemic of
plague, has been isolated by the
authorities. The people are dying
by hundreds, the conditions in
which they live making it almost
impossible to check the progress of
Hirgas, Bulgaria, Sept. 29. The
Turkish forces are gradually with
drawing from the Bulgarian border.
Three points recently occupied by
the Turks on the frontier have been
evacuated and it is anticipated that
the army will be withdrawn from
other posts as the program for
peace in the Balkans is developed.
New York, Sept. 29. The brok
erage firm of Taylor & Mandewell,
doing business on the Stock Ex
change, suspended operations this
morning. The announcement of
this failure caused a small panic
Among the brokers, but the failure
is believed to be due to dealings in
heavily watered stocks recently
brought to a bed-rock basis.
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C. M. COOKK, President. 0. K. CAKTHR, Viccl'res. and Manager.
IJ, F, I1ISI101', Treasurer. J. 1 COQKI?, Secretary.
G. II. ROHF.RTSON, Auditor 15. I). TF.NNF.Y, C. II. ATIIMRTON, Directors,
McClellau for Mayor.
New York, Oct. 2. Tammany
has nominated George B. McClel
lan for Mayor and K. M. Grout for
George B. McClellau son of Gen
eral George B. McClellau, Demo
cratic nominee for President in
1864, is but thirty-eight years old,
but has made great strides in poli
tics. He was at one time a mem
ber of the New York Board of Ald
ermen and since 1895 has been a
member of Congress. I,ewis Nixon
announced himself as a candidate
for the Democratic nominee for
Mayor of New York a week ago
but the statement of the one time
leader of Tammany Hall that he
could not remain at the head of the
powerful Democratic machine and
keep his self respect was the cause
of his defeat in the convention.
McClellau has done considerable
work on New York newspapers.
Udward M. Grout is a New York
lawyer and is known as a "munici
pal ownership" man and a strong
opponent of corporations asking for
franchises for which they make no
adequate payment to the municipality.
von: at Folium.
Foil 1 11 tr I'Iiicp ClmiiKeit From Kala
piiuit by (Jovcrnor.
Honolulu, II. T., October 2.
It now turns cut that Republi
cans who wrote front Hilo asking
for a change of the voting place in
Puna from Kalapana to Pohoiki,
were not aware of the action taken
by Governor Dole some three weeks
ago. Requests that there be a
chnnge made came in at that time
from Senator Kalauokalani, Repre
sentative James D. Lewis, P. Peck
and others and the Governor imme
diately had the polling place
changed as requested
Other minor changes in polling
places were also made. In Hilo,
the change was made from the old
waterfront location to the Davies
store. In the Fifth District on this
island the Seventh rreeinct voting
place was changed from the Reform
School to a place at or near the fire
Klectoral Registrar Bttckland has
a request to make of candidates in
the various counties in the matter
of filing their nomination papers.
"Not less than" twenty-five names
must be attached to each paper.
It is possible that there may be
some disputes, particularly as the
limit of time when nomination
papers can be filed draws near,
over names that have been attached.
It is also possible that it may be
decided to throw out the names of
some of these signatories so that
there will remain less than twenty
five, which would throw out of the
list the candidate or candidates con
cerned unless sufficient names to fill
the gap should happen to be filed
in time. It is therefore the advice
of the Electoral Registrar that
enough names be secured by each
candidate to preclude the possibility
of any such trouble as has been
Ambassador Herbert Head.
Davosplatz, Switzerland, Sept.
30. Hon. Michael H. Herbert,
British Ambassador to the United
States, died here today after a short
Ambassador Herbert was consid- j
ered one of the most promising fig
ures in the British diplomatic ser
vice. When appointed to the
Washington post last year to suc
ceed Lord Pauncefote, Herbert was
secretary of the British Embassy at
Paris. He had also done creditable '
service at the British legations at I
The Hague and Rome. 1
Herbert in 1888 married Miss
Leila Wilson, daughter of Richard
T. Wilson, the New York banker. I
Hi5 wife and two children survive
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Honolulu's Hit; II re.
Honolulu, Oct. 2. Hire broke
out in the two story building at the
Kwa-makai corner of Richard and
Queen streets at 2 o'clock this
morning. The building was occu
pied 011 the ground floor by Japa
nese and Chinese as stores of vari
ous kinds, while many people lived
in the upper story. Three alarms
were scut in. The building and
contents were nearly all destroyed.
The fire department prevented the
flames spreading to surrounding
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Honolulu, Sept. 29. At a joint
meeting of Paia and Haiku planta-1
tion stockholders held yesterday
afternoon it was decided to refer
the whole amalgamation matter to
a committee of three to make the
trip to Maui, look into the proper
ties concerned and report at a meet-'
ing to be held later. The com-1
mittee will go up next week.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Rome, Oct. 2. Negotiations in
regard to Philippine lands between
the United States and the Vatican
have been called off and Monsiguor
Guido, who has them in charge,
will return here. The negotiations
will then be resumed directly be
tween Rome and Washington.
Uaiiv's Couoh Must Nicvhu
Linouk. Nothing is more dis
tressing than to see a helpless little
infant suffering with a cough, and
to ht fearful of using n remedy
which may contain some harmful
ingredient. The makers of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy positively
guarantee that this preparation docs
not contain opium in any form, or
any other harmful substance.
Mothers may confidently give this
remedy to their little ones. It
gives prompt relief and is perfectly
safe. It always cures and cures
quickly. The Hilo Drug Co. sells
1 When purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of Diamond A and our
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