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T1IH WKF.KLY IIII.0 TRIBUNU, in'J.O, HAWAIJ., FRIDAY, NOVF.MBHR 6, 1903.
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Cotictihnircn. Oct. 28. A Utiss inn I rrii'di
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'cruiser sailed for the Orient yesfrr-
Yokohama, Oct. 28. Tlic dipl 0
matic situation between Japan and
Russia is easier.
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rionolulu, Oct. 29. Tlic V. S.
S. .'Iroquois will sail for Midway Is
land tonight at 10 o'clock. She
w.'ill carry about twenty tons of
Nicaragua, Oct. 28. The volcano 1, supplies for the cable people, and
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G. H. ROIJKRTSON, Auditor JJ. I). TUNNIIY, C. II. ATH15RTON, Direeto
of Santiago is in eruption and the
coffee crop has been damaged.
St. Louis, Oct. 29. There was a
run on three of the city banks to
day but all demands were met.
I Berkely, Ci 1., Oct. 29. Rev. P:.
I L. Halsey of Berkeley has been aji-
pointed immigration inspector at
the port of Honolulu.
Washington, D. C, Oct. 28-
The cruiser Baltimore was today
ordered to Puerto Plata, Ilayti, to
I protect American interests.
Paris, Oct. 28. Count Lamsdonff,
I the Russian Foreign Minister, is
' here in conference with M. Delcasst,
the French Minister of Foreign
1 Affairs, upon the situation in the
I Far Fast.
! Memphis, 'Tenn., Oct. 28. The
' California mare Lou Dillon today
1 trotted a mile in two minutes to
wagon. Monk and F.quity were
I sent for the team record and made
the mile in 2:08.
I Hakodate, Japan, Oct. 29. The
'Japanese steamer Tokaimaru was
sunk today in a collision with tlf;
I steamer Progres. Forty-four of the
I Tqkaimaru's passengers and crew
went down with the ship.
Mukden, China, Oct. 29. The
Russians have again occupied the
guardhouses at Mukden. The rea
son given for this action is the al
leged weakness of the Chinese to
furnish proper protection.
London, England, Oct. 29.--Kaiser
Wilhelm has announced that
he will present a cup for the trans
Atlantic yacht race proposed by Sir
Thomas Lipton. It now seems as
sured that the race across the At
lantic will be the yaching event of
Sofia, Oct. 28. An order issued
yesterday demobilizing the Bul
garian, reserves ends the war scare.
It is not deemed likely that "the
spring will see any further trouble
on the frontier. Since the death of
the Macedonian leader, Boris Saraf
off, the peace element has become
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 28. The
runs on the local banks have con
tinued through the day, but all de
mauds for payment are being
promptly met. Excitement among
the depositors is at high tension,
but the apparent stability of the
banks will soon turn the tide into
more conservative channels.
Guanajato, Mexice, Oct, 28.
Klias Toscano shot five times with
out effect at President Diaz who,
! with a party of friends, was riding
in a street car. Toscano was ar-
I rested. On September 16, 1897,
Jaoquin Arroyo attempted to kill
President Diaz and when captured
was killed by the Mexican police.
Bilboa, Spain, Oct. 28. The
strike situation has been marked by
fierce and deadly encounters be
tween the strikers and troops that
are attempting to control the situa
tion. Five persons were killed to
day and many injured in the street
fights. The foreign Consuls of the
city have demanded protection and
ships and banks are under military
I Cape Haytien, Oct. 28. The in
surgents have captured La Vega.
! By the capture of La Vega, follow
ing closely upon yesterday's report
t of a victory at Santiago the Do
imiuican insurgents get closer to
j Santo Domingo, the seat of govern
I ment. They have made a fifteen
mile advance from Santiago to La
Vega and are now within two days
march of the capital.
Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 29. Mrs.
I Rtutua Booth-Tucker, the com
mander of the Salvation Army
workers in the United States, was
killed today in a railroad wreck
near this city. Mrs. Booth-Tucker
was n second daughter of General
Booth, founder of the Salvation
Army movement. She was a wo
man of remarkable ability and play
ed a most important part in the
direction of the Army work of the
mail. She will take Prof. Morse
jas a passenger nnd will also take
I his instruments. He is to do longi
1 tude work on Midway Island. j
I If the weather is favorable, the !
Iroquois will call at the French '
Frigate Shoal. Captain Rodman
of the Itoquois has been authorised
to made this visit. Weather per
mitting, the Iroquois will go to the
shoal on her outward trip and will,
on her arrival at Midway Island
send a cablegram to Honolulu re-'
lating the condition of the French
bark Connetable de Richmont. Cap
tain Roadman may also lend a hand
in the floating of the vessel, if this
can be clone without danger to his
The Iroquois will probably make
the trip to Midway in about six
days. She will only make a very
short stay, leaving as soon as she
has discharged her cargo. She will j
bring back with her the crew of the i
wrecked schooner Julia 15. Whalcn
.Values Tor Serrclnry.
Geo. G. Pratt, the attorney. ' has
announced himself as a candidate
for Secretary of the Territory when
Mr. Carter assumes the Governor
ship. Mr. .Pratt will have a very strong
local endorsement for the position.
His work in Washington in promot
ing the appropriation for the fire
claims payment gave him a reputa
tion as a capable worker. He is
popular among all classes and will
unquestionably have the support
of the Merchants' Association.
Clarence L. Crabbe, chairman of
the Republican Territorial Commit
tee and President of the Territorial
Senate, is also a factor in the Secre
taryship contest. Senator Crabbe
has been a warm supporter of Mr.
Carter since the Territorial cam
paign of 1902 and it is known that
Mr. Carter has the kindliest feelings
toward him. Mr. Crabbe could
summon a very strong support for
the place should he make the con
test. A. L. C. Atkinson stated this
morning that he is not a' candidate
for Territorial Secretary.
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New York, Nov. 2. The report
of former U. S. Senator Smith, re-
ceiver ior the shipbuilding trust,
has been made public and has ere-'
ated a big sensation in Wall Street 1
and financial circles generally.
Smith alleges that the promoters I
of the trust committed fraud in
organizing the concern and floating
the company's bonds. Hu recom-1
mends that Chas. M. Schwab, late ,
president of the steel trust, and
other promoters of the United
States Shipbuilding Company, be
It is charged that by reason of
Nixon, who was the main promoter JulLlD RATED
of the trust, and Chas. M. Schwab, ' .
the shipbuilding company pur
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I Lord Roberts May Retire.
j London, Nov. 2. It is rumored
that Lord Roberts will resign as
I Commander-in-chief of the British
, army. 1
1 For some time it has been con fi-'
dentially predicted that Lord Rob-1
erts would retire from the office of
! Commander-in-chief of the British
I army. It is said that his exper-
iences as head of the war office
have been far from pleasant and j
I that he has contemplated resigning;
for over a year past. The veteran '
British leader is now seventy-one
I years old. 1
Tiflis, Oct. 28. The Governor
General of Caucasia was today at-,
tacked and stabbed by a band of 1
natives. His wounds are serious I
but not necessarily fatal, The
would-be assassins were killed while
attempting to make good their l
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