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inii'oiiTANT i:vi:nts tiii: voki.i
AltOl'M) I'Olt I'lVi: IIAYN.
Iti'ntli l .llnckm'm r.lile.i Snu I It per
Alurxlcrcr llxrculrd HcnHnsn
with tlio Turk Orlriitnl.
San Fuancisco, Oct.
(Ily S S. Chlnn.)
Tlio government is invitod t
purtioiputo in tho French uuivor
s.il exhibition of l'JOO.
Postmaster Hosing of Chicago
has rccoivod an admonitory letter
from First Assistant I'ostmuster
Gouoral Jones for talking too
much in newspaper interviews
about tho warning given to Cln
cago lettor carriers.
I Further news about tlio hurri
'cane in the Gulf of California tolls
of towns and sugar plantations
' ,lo-troy-d with immor.so damage.
Destitution and famine wero left
1 in tho truck, and many lives wore
Discissions among loading Ko
I publicans aro reported, which m-
dicato that at the coming session
tho t:tiiil" will not bo disturbed
; oxcoptinu to protect wool and
I mineral ores.
Thoro were 7500 whools in lino
! in tho bicycle parndo in ennnce
. tiou with tho "Fentiv.il of Moun
! tain and Plain" at Donvor.
O.-.H.JStuckio, cashier of tho
Stato Bank at Dtiluth, Minn., is
missing, and also about $15,000 of
Iho bank's money.
The net oarninge of tho North
ern Pacific for tlio last vear woro
greater by 81,334,20-1 tliun those
of the procediug your.
A. K. Ward, secretary, treasur
er and manager of tho Memphis
Barrel and Heading Company,
has disappeared, leaving "out
standing forged paper to tho ex
tent of 4-100,000.
Frank C. Ivos is about to be
come a full Hedged manufacturer
ofbillard tables at Chicago. Ho
has already applied for a pntont
for n now cushion he has devised
and which will be fitk-d to tho
tablss his liun will mako.
llurry ltussoll, the notorious
burglar who escaped from Ludlow
street j i i1, Now York, on July 4,
lias been arrestod in Belgium.
Two other mon and a woman wero
anostod with him, and the men
aro supposed to bo Joe Killornn
and Charlie Allen, who escaped
from jail with ltussoll.
Thirty Mormon saints have loft
Philadelphia by stoamer to seek
converts for two yoars in Groat
Biitain uud tho Contiuent.
Joseph ATodill, iroiriotor of
tho Chicago Tnbuiio, will prosont
a statue of Franklin to Lincoln
park, which is to cost .i30,000 to
William L. Sachtlebon, tho St.
Louis wheelman, writes en
couraging roports to his sistor in
Alton, 111., about tho pnwpoots of
bringing tho murdorors of Lonz,
tho cyclist who was killed in
Turkey, to justico.
MM,i P.niunnnnl Hnnan nt TtiuliunK
in session at Minneapolis votod
to send a missionary biwhop to
Alaska, on tho strength of a
guarantee of his salary fur three
years given by J. I'iorpont Mor
gun, tlio Now York banker.
Tho wodding of the Duko of
Marlborough aud Miss Vandorbilt
is to bo a white ouo throughout.
Decorations of tho church and
dressos of the bridal party will bo
A choico quality of fruit from
Contr.il Amorica, only five days
out by tho steamer, is being ru
coived at Charleston, S. C.
Mrs. Maud llooth was met in
Sun Francisco with a Salvation
Army parndo eight blocks in
length, and Metropolitan frail
was jainmod with pooplo to hop.r
Tho Duko of Mnrlhoronrrh ktih
nrrostcd in New York for coasting J
on a hicyclo in Contra! Park f
contrary to rnlo. He wrs aduio
nishod nnd disaharged at tho )o
Tho jiorcontage of sicUness in
tho United Statos army last year
wns mr ticlov tlio avoingo.
lhe bhortage of D. K. CoIphu.
cashior of tho Stute Bunk at Fort
Scott. Kansas, is fiO.OOO instead
of S25 000 s first supposod.
Edward M. Hunt, a wealthy
morchiint of Tacoma, died in San
Francisco after an operation for
cancer Ho was AV yoars of age
itd loft a wlfo and ono eon.
Kdward Atkinson of Boston do
liveted an address before the
Hunkers' Association at Atlnulu,
G-a., aihocntiiig tho issuance of
tnO.OOO.hOO of bonds by tl..
flovornun'iit to redeem and
retire the outstanding notes "f
18!)0. An indirect reference to
President Cleveluiul in Atinton's
spoech win loudly appl nided.
Miss Nnttic Jackson, humorist
and unperMiuator. aiieaiou In
fo iv an audionco of 1200 poopl at
a Y. M. C. A. onteitainment in
Clnciig), dressod in knifker
bockois. She was recognized and
a score of people left tho hall.
Secretary Oatos expressed his
sorrow after withdrawing from
the loom, and said such an'd in
cidont would novcr occur again in
l('Mivr .Hiirilcrrr l.'xorulcil.
Hans Hansen and Thomas St
Clair, who took part in the murder
of Mate Fitrgorald on tho bark
Hcsper, on tho high seas botwoon
Nowcastlo and llonolulu. wuro
hanged within tho walls of in
Quontin prison, California, or.
Friday, Oct. 18. It was tho first
oxocution undor tho Federal au
thorities over conducted in Cali
fornia. Tho execution was privato, only
twenty persons being present
officials, clorgymon and two rep
resentatives of Danish clubs. Both
necks woro brokon by tho fall.
Hanson was pronounced doad in
nine minutes, but St. Clair's hoart
did uot coaso to boat for fourteen
minutes. Tho execution is des
cribed as "a perfect one as such
Young rciickii)' Itllll'll.
John W. Mackay. .Jr., tho
eldest sou of John W. Mackay,
was thrown from a Innso in Paris,
Franco, on tho 18th iust. He
w.is londeiod unconscious and re
mained so until ovouing, whon ho
died. Tho first news of tho fat.il
accidont to his son roachtd John
V. Muckny while he was enjoying
n chat with John 1). Bosonfeld
and ono or two other goutlemon
in tho Pacific l'nst-il telegraph
ofiico on Market street It was a
cablegram saying briollv that his
sou was soriously ill. Two otlior
messages camo in quick succes
sion, tlio last ono announcing tho
fatal result. John W. was 25 yours
of ago, suvoral yoais oldor than
his biothor Clarence. lie w.is
odne.itod in London aud Paris!
Having been fond of hoisos and a
lino rider, the cause of his death
was a great surprise.
Ilelciixc of 1'i'urj,
Professor It. D Salisbury, who
recently roturned from Greenland
with tho Peary relief expedition,
spoke at tho University of Chica
go on "Peary's Work in the Arctic
Kegions." Professor Salisbury
declared that Lioutouaut Pear'
knows more of the ICKquimaux.
their life, customs and language
than any otlior man living.
"Lioutouaut Peary," he said,
"wus tho first mun to atlompt ex
tensive Arctic oxplor.itions ly
means of overland travel. Ho
has authentically established tho
northern limits of Groouland,
mudo an acour.ito chart of 1000
miles of tho west coast, diecovor
(Vontinutd on Ulh xije.)
CLEVELAND AND CASTLE.
tub Hawaiian .TiiMNri:n mi:-
"hl'.NTN HIS ClttrrNTIAI,.
Klml IVIwlir i:Tirrwkril liv I'rr'litrnt
Clctolatiil to .11lhltcr'nlle fJ- tlio
I'coiln ol lliiwitll.
The most important piscc of
newstfocb'vod by the China of roal
interest to tho people of Hawaii
outside tho ordinary run of mur
ders, suicides, prlis fights and
weddings usually found in tho big
co.iet newspapers, was tho presen
tation by Miuistor Castlo of his
credentials to President Clevoland
at Washington on Oct. bir 2lst.
Our enterprising aftoruoon con
temporary delayed the p .lilio I'ion
of its edition yesterday until about
1 o'clock to gnt in i a few items of
news from tho Coast, but we fail
to find any icentio i of Mr. Cas
tle's reception by tho President
of the United Status in its tele
graphic or otlior itoms.
Tho old Moi chant sir -set organ
that gonerally open its eyes and
pricks up its curs who i tno inimo
of Castle is mentionod, and which
has been the pcisoual advocate of
its-largest stockholders before and
sinco his appointinont as Minister
to Washington, had all tho after
noon and evening in which to
digost tho China's news, which
was all contained in five days'
papers, und yet wo fail to find a
word in its issue this tuorniug
about its ox-oditorial writer's re
coption by our great and good
friends at Washington.
For the benefit of our contain
pennies, and following out tho
promise made to o ir patrons to
givo the nev'H, tho Bum,i:tin re
publishes a AVashington dispdeh
of tho 21 st concorniiig Minister
Castle's rocepti.'ii which appeared
oxclus.vely in tho San Francisco
Call of tho 22d, that ppar boing
tho only ono in tli.it city to tako
tho United Press dispatches and
publish tho speeches mule.
Washington, D.C.Oct 21 Prt
sidout Cleveland mudo three brief
speeches to-day and listoutd to
throe others. Tho sovoral occa
sions of which the respective re
marks were made woro tho pre
sentations of three now diploma
tic representatives of foreign
countries accioditod to tho United
States. The three newly accrodi
ttd representatives uio Sign ,r
August.) do SeguieruThedin, Min
ister from Portugal; W. 1. Castlo,
Ministor from Hawaii, and Con
st uitin Biiin, Ministor from Don
murk. Tlio addresses niado in tho pre
sentations of tho Portugueso and
aud Danish .Ministers woro devoid
of interest. In presenting his
credentials the Hawaiian Min
"Mr. President: By diroction
of Mr. Dole, President of tho ro
public of Hawaii, I herewith
liand to you a notification of tho
recall ofLorin A. Thurston, late
Envoy hxtraodiuary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of Hawaii to the
United Statos Govornmont, and a
lottor accrediting mo to fill said
office. In conveying to you thu
nssurancos ol respect ami good
will of tho Prosident of tho re
public of Hawuii, and of his
desire forthocoulinuod prosperity
of the Nation over which you pro
sido, I deBiro to add tho further
assurance thut I shall, while 1
have the honor to occupy this
position, by ovory moans in my
power, seek to foster, maintain and
continue tho rotations of cordial
amitv ami friendship which have
I for so many years existed between
the United Slates, and Hawaii."
Tho President replied as fol
"Mr. Ministor: I ncccpt tho I
lottors vnu deliver whoroby the :
President of Iliwaii notifies me
of tho rocall of Lorrin A. Thurs
ton, Envoy Extraordinary mid
Aiinister rionipotentiary oi ii.i-,
wati to tho United Statos. and
also accredits yourself in tho same
capacity at this capital. 1 reci
procal tho good wishes ymi are
pleased to'Ouiivey to me. and have
ploasuro in oxpressing tho sinc-jro
dosiro of this Govorument aud of
my countrymon that prosperity.
Iiappinoss uud god governmunt
may bo tlio lot of the Hawaiian
people, and that tho friendly in
tercourse and cordial relationship
they havo hithorto enjoyed with
tho pooplo of tho United States
may long continue"
Ncitl J.'lecli'U OllliiT" or ViirloiiK Sc
Tho Haiku Sugar Company has
eloctid ollieers for tho coming
year, v: 11 P Baldwin, Presi
dent; S M Diiimn, Vice-President;
J B Athorton, Treasurer; W A
Bowou, Socretary; J 13 Castlo,
The nowly olocted ollicors of
Pain Plantation aro: 11 P Bald
win, Presidont; S M Damon, Vice
Prosidout; J B Atherton, Treas
urer; T W Hobron, Secretary; V
A B iwen. Auditor.
Paukaa S igir Coinpauy ofiicials
just olooted arc: J IS Athorton,
Prsidont; E O Whito, Vice-Presi
dent; ti il Itoueilsou. i-ioasuier;
P C Jones, Auditor; 10 F Bishop,
Tho Princevillo Plant ition Com
pany has olotdod the following:
W F Allen. Prosident nnd Troas
uror; E F Bishop, Societary and
Auditor; A S Wilcox, P C Jones,
G II llohertson, Directors.
Wuiluku Sugar Company ofii
cials just oleotod are: S C Allen,
Presidont; W F Allen, Vicc-Prcsi-dt
M P Pobiuson, Auditor, E F
Admiral Klrkluml Itvllutvil.
Roar-Admiral Will, am A. Kirk
land will be relieved of tho com
mand of the European squidron
next month by Commodore T. O.
Solfrulgo. Tlio reasons given aro
Kuklaud's sonding a lottor of
congratulation to President Fa lire
of France, for which ho was repri
manded twico by tho Secretary
and once by the Presidont, and for
talking derogatory to tho char
acter of missionaries in Turkey.
Ho was also roprimunded for thoso
statements, and friends of tho
missionaries in the Statos biought
pressure on tho Government to
ttko some action in his oaso.
Looking Soulh A.ilii lt,r ScuIn.
Archie Hughis, ono of tho most
famous sealing hunters of tho
north, was a passooger for Syd
noy by tho Alameda, lie is go
ing to investigate tho prospects of
sealing in tho Antarctic, on be
half of tlio syndicate that controls
tho British sealing schooners
operating in tho Arctic. Fifty
yoars and more ago the sealing
grounds of tho world wero in tho
southern B"a. Tho sending of
llughos on a scouting expedition
iulthat direction now is siid to he
duo to alarm being felt even by
tho mon ong.igod in tho business
at tho slaughter of so.ils in tho
AiiiiicI)' In llriizll,
Tho Sonato of Brazil has adopt
ed tho bill granting amnesty to
the participants in tho revolt of
Admiral do Mello and in tho Uio
(irando do Sul robollion. The
D'putios adopted an amoiidmunt
excluding the rebel officers from
tho army for two years. It is ox
pocted that the Senate will eccopt
...AN INCREASING INTEREST'
siAMi'i:Nn:n i tiii:
Ilirir lliiinlrril hihI l'liri)-Miir llnl
lolo Cmi Mnrr Yonlrriln)--l,n(llc
That tho lii'M.KTix's bicycle
contest moots with public appre
ciation is shown by the rai.idlv
increasing interest manifested in
it and tho consequent increase in-,
tho numbor of votes cast. Three
hundred and forty-four ballots
wore found in tho hnx when lhe
comniitteo counted thorn ut noon
toduy, tho largest numbor cast in
any single day sinco the contis-l
b"gan, but now that public inter
est is urousod in iho conlet-t it's
expected that that numlxr will
soon bo doubled. And thoro is
good renson for this, for the ladies
and children hm-e begun to take,
a hand in the affair, uioiiv f
them having called at the olliro
this inorning to deposit ballots
for their favorite cyclist.
Tho result f today's count
shous II. 10. Walker still in the
lead, while a new candidate ap
pears on tho list in tho person of
Mis-s Phenio King, whoso friends
mako a good showing for her on
tho first day.
New ballots today
II E Wnlker
n a cue ;.
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Mlm riienlo Klin;
MIm II Olwii "
Clot la nil.
Cri'MTMll . .
1'iik'on.. . .
.ii.iia?ii: tiioiissi:aii wins.
Trlpplo Dri'Miiii l Supremo Court
Aiiliiai lir Troii.Nonii i:xccnli,r.
Chief Justico J udd Iiiih rendered
tho prevailing opinion of tho Sup
ro.no Court in tho suit of Ednia (5
Trousseau against thn executors
of tho will of Dr. G . P. Trou
seau for a doht of 27,331 1G
including interest. Judgo Coopor
hud sustained a doraurrer to tliO'
coinjilaint, and an appo.il wtif
lakon from his decision. Tlio '
Suirome Court over-rules tho
doniurror and sonds tho case back
to the Circuit Court for further
proceedings. It : hold that in a
contract of separation tnado be
tween Dr. Trousseau and his wile,
tho plaintiff, tho consideration was
sulliciont; also that it was it
Hawaiian and not a French con
tract, and that a separated wifo
domiciled in a foioigu cmintiy
nniy contract with her husb.mil
in this country.
Justice Froar in a sop.uato
opinion gives dilloront roasoniug
from tho Chief Justico
for coming to similar conclusions.
Attorney E I' Dolo, who sat in
placo of Justico Uickorton,
agrees with tho other opin
ions, except that ho is
not satisfied Hint tho contract is.
Hawaiian, although he eonBideps
its validity under tho French law
sullioiontly well pleaded.
llartwoll and Stanley for plain
tiff; Hatch and Dickey for defendants.