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iNrnoDVCEO is tiii: united
Tile Question to lie Sulilullled to th
Voter of Ilnnnll Trriiin
Washington, D. C. Jan. 8.
Tho following joint resolution ro
luting to tho Hawaiian Islands,
offered by Representative Spauld
i'iir (R.) of Mlohigun, was read in
the liouso today and referred to
tho Coinmittoo on Foreign Affairs:
"That Congress doth consont
that tho territory pronorly includ
ed with it and rightfully belong
ing, to.the Government of Hawaii,
and commonly known as tho Sand
wich Islands, may bo eroctod into
a new Stuto of Hawaii, with a re
publican form of govoinraont to
bo adopted by tho people of
said Government of Hawaii, by
dt-puties in convention nssembh-d,
with tho consont of the existing
Government, in order that tho
same may be admitted as ono of
tho States of this union.
"Further, that tho foregoing
consent ot Congress 18 givon upon
the following conditions and with
tho following guarantees, to wit:
"1. B.-.id Stato to bo form6tl
Mibjoct to tho adjustment by this
Government of all questions of
boundary or jurisdiction that
may nribO with other governments
nr iormuf governments ol Hnmm;
and tho cuistitntiou tfn'ieof, with
the proper ovidonce of its ndop
tion by the people of the Govorn
mont of Hawaii, shall bo trans
mitted to tho I'nsidont of tho
United SNtos, to bn lid before
Congress for its linnl action on or
boforo January 1. 1893.
"2. Said Stato, whon admittod
into tho Union, aftor ceding to
tho United States all public pro
perty and means belonging to the
Government ot Hawaii, snon ro
tain all public funds of every
kind which may belong to or bo
due said Government, and nlsn
nil vacant and unpopulated lands
lying within its limits, to bo ap
plied to tlio paymonts oiiuoueois
and liabilities "of Baid Government
of Hawaii, tha residuo of said
lands to bo disposed of as Baid
State may diroct; but in an caso
are said dobts and liabilities to
become a chargo upon tho United;
"Further, that if tho President
of tho United Ktatos shall in his
judgment doom it most advisable
instoad of proceeding to submit
tho foregoing resolution to the
Government of Hawaii as an over
ture on tho part of tho United
Shtes for admission, to negotiate
with that Govorument, then, re
solved, that a Stuto to bo formod
out of tho piosont Govornmont of
Hawaii, with one representative
in Congn'ss, shall be admittod
into tho Union by virtuo of this
act as soon as tho terms and con
ditions of such admission shall be
agreed uiion by the Governments
of Hawaii and tho United Statos,
imd thnt .100,000 bo appropriated
to dofray tho expenses of missions
and negotiations either by treaty
or artioles as tho Trosidont may
states that tho oircus people have
played to puokod houses wlieievor
they showod on that Island,
"Standing room only1' was the
cry every night. On Monday
night a porforuiunco will bo given
at Ewa, and on Wednosday noxt
tho show will open at Lihuo,
Kauai, returning to Honolulu on
Monday. January 27. They will
show horo for ono week prior to
sailing for Yokohama, and at ouoh
performance entirely new and
original features will bo intro
duced. There is no doubt as to
tho tont's boing tuxrd to its ut
most capacity ouoh ovoning.
j,kLu2U.lfcf'4&-.LU& i Jj&
AT YESTERDAY'S RACES.
CiOOD AITKKNOO.VS SPORT EN
JYi:! II V TIIOSR l'ltESKNT.
The llecordfor Hawaiian ttred llnrto
Ilrokrn-Itlllj C Win Ilolh
The attendance nt yesterday's
racos was vory fair but not us
largo as oxDctod. At the couise
tho woathor was nil that could be
desired and tho track just moist
enough to insuro tho ubsoncc of
Tho first race was cilled at 1
o'clock, but somo fifteen minutes
un3 wasted in gotting tho starters
in position. Aftor ono falo start
tho raco commenced with thirteen
contestants. Until tho homestretch
was rotched it was chiefly ro
mnrkablo for tho oaso with which
tho "'scratch" men ovorhaujed
tho othors. Coining down tho
stretch Angus and Dexter took
the lead with Sylvester close be
hind. The paco was too fast for
Tommy King and he fell with his
whool with four or five moro over
him. Doxter led until a few yards
from tho wire when Angus spurted
and won by about half a ym'd
Tho buy's half-mile handicap
wis won by Fred Iaukou in 1:
21. in tho fivc-miln rnco thoro woro
seven starteis. The first to cross
the wire in each miln leceivtd
tiuee p lints, the second two and
the third one. Tho flr.it mile was
made in 2:35, Gilo? being first,
Angus second and Sylvester
third. Tho othor four miles were
simply a repetition of tho first,
lines and Angus allowing bylvoa
ter to take the lend and set the
pace and thon beating him at tho
wire in tho snmo order. Tho
five-miles were mado in 14:24.
Tommy King dropped out on tlio
second lap with e. collapsed tiro.
He protested against tho award
ing of the raco to Giles on tho
ground that tho latter fouled him
by cutting across him but tho
protest was disallowed.
In the half-mile and ropoatj
running race, Billy O. took both
boats as was oxpectod in 53 and
The trotting and pacing raco in
tho 3-minuto class was tho ovont
of tho day, Thoro woro throe
startors: Schumann's Judah.Mac
farlane's Salvator and Honolulu
Stables' Unkuowu. To prevent
tho mare from broaking which
lost hor the matoh raco last week.
Shu was uttirod in a sot of hobbles
which seemed very effectual, as
she wont tho milo in 2:41 with
out a skip, shutting out Unknown
md winning as sho pleased from
tho Macfarlane horse. Tho timo
made in this heat broke the re
cord for Hawaiian bred horses of
2:42, mado by Muofarlane's Fred
Mao on tho 14th of Juno two
yoirs ago. The second bout w.is
oven faster than the fust, tho
maro winning o.isily in 2:40J and
still further breaking hor owu
a d tho tntok record.
In tho trotting race of tho 2:10
olass James Qulnii showed his
friends that io knew whut ho whb
talking about when ho Bud "290"
would win. Tho first bent was
takon by tho Quinu horsa easily
in 2:41 A. In tho second "290"
lost a boot and coining undor tho
wire the b roast strap broko, nud
un accident was narrowly averted.
ThiB beat whs taken by Lottie L.
in 2:47; kTwonty Cent being
ruled out of the race for foul
driving. Tbo third heat mm won
ouBily oy "isyu" in Z-AV.
In tho last racoEmin Bay wub
withdrawn, loaving only four
contestants. Joo Daniels Jr.
took tho first and Bocond quartors,
Hilly O. having tbo outsido aud a
Ujacl start The Cornwell horse,
however, got to the front at the
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throe-quarter polo, and won tun
raco in 1:52 with Confederate a
oloso second. Only tho regula
tion twonty minutes was allowed
botwoon boats, but the timo
seemed longer to the occupants
of tlio grand stand, owing to the
ubsenco of music. This, however,
was not Mnnagor David's fault.
Tho backer of Confederate are
not satisfied with tho ending of
the milo race yesterday and offer
to motch him against Billy O.
of any amount from 250 to $51)0.
Judah, who now holds tho roc
ord of 2:404 for Hawaiian bred
horses, is owned by George Pat
terson, who purchased hor from
Johnny Valkor for !r2o0 and drove
her in his hack for some months.
When it wab found that ho whb
speedy the maro was put in Gus
Schumann's bunds for traing in the
trnok and yesterday's record is
WHO KKUIRKIl IS.
u DeKcenilniit of
Chicago, January 8. A. C.
Kruogor of this city is a blood
rolatiou of President Paul Kruo
gcr of the Trausvnal. The Ohi
cagoan, like his distinguished
cousin, is desconded from tho
royal family of Vasa through
Christinn, Queen of Sweden, and,
with othois of his relatives, is n
paity to a suit against the Swed
ish Government for the rocoverv
of23,000.000,n part of Chnstina'fa
ostatc Mr. Kruogor has boon a
resident of tho United States for
moro than forty years, o-ghtoen of
which have been passed in this
When soon at bis homo. Mr.
Kruegor said: "Yes, it is true
that my cousin, President Paul
Kruegor, and I and tho various
branches of the Kruegor family,
are descoudauts of tho royal fami
ly of Vasa through Christina,
Quoen of Sweden, the daughter
of tho great Gustavus Adol
phus. My grandfather was Com
modore Kruogor, an otlioer in
tho Swedish navy, who, boing
on a mission from tho Swedish
Government to tbo Swedish set
tlements in Dolawaro and New
Jorsoy, was by his own enthu
siasm and porsonal fooliug for
tho Americans fightinc neainst
tho English yoke, induced to join
the Amoriouns, and fitted out a
vessel of which he took coram md
and helpod to destroy tho English
privateers sont out against the
Americans. Tho island in the
Hudson still known m Kruegor's
island was givon to my grand
fathor by the Indians.
"From what I know of my
cousin, I imagine ho will bo a
hard man for tho English to
taoklo, and when ho nnd liis
pooplo know thoy aro in tho right
thoy will soo tho matter to the
ond. I think this will bo as good
a chance as I will have to write to
my cousin, as ho will surely be
interested to know that tho popple
of tins great republic Hyinp.itbiz
with tho Boers in their dcfeiiso of
their couutrv " '
Everybody is invited to attend
tho celebration of the 25th anni
versary of tho proclaiming of
King William of Prussia as Em
peror of Germany to be held at
Independence Park thia afternoon.
Consul Suhr will not as president
of tho day nnd will be called
upon for a fow remarks on the
ovont colobrutfd. No regular pro
gram has boon prepared but tho
afturnnon will bo spontin singing,
dunoing and foasling. Everyone
who attondB miy,be sure of n
jolly good time.
Court of Arbitration.
London, January 8. A more
mont is on foot among prominent
Americans and Britons in this
city to bring about tho formation
of a permanent Court of Arbitra
tion to settle disputes between tho
two nations, us proposed by Jus
tice H.irluu in 1893.
,.j iittadSt- wA-
ANOTHER WAR CLOUD
' tlllFAT UltlfAIN AND UKIUI iNV
LIAUL.K TO I' 111 IT.
Irritation Catmeil by a IlrllUli I'lll
bimterlnc Kvpeillil tn in Sontli Al
rlcnnml i:uirror W lllliuu'o Action.
The following disp itch dated
Bui liu, Docombor 31, ib tho first
piece of news of a groat war cloud,
further dotiils of which have
formed the chief topic of the press
on both sides of tbo Atlantic ever
An alarming telegram has been
received from Pretoria, Trims vaal,
which states that an armed force
of tho British South African Com
pany, numbering 800 men, with
six Maxim guns and othor anil
lory pieces is reported to have in
vadod tho Trahsv.ml temtory.
A telegram from Prot iria f ur
thor stntfS that tho Iiritirf'i folcos
have already reached tho vicinity
of Rnstenburg and are advancing
upon Johannesburg. On learning
of tho nows, President Kruegor
of tho Trinsvaal ordered that u
further ndvunci of the invadois
should bo prevotited by foico of
ttiins, and ho issued n proclam
ation calling upon all burghers to
defend tho country An armod
coniliot, as a result of the appoal,
On tho same day a special from
Capo Town to tho Loudon Times
said: Consequent upon a letter
signed by tbo loading inhabitants
of Johannesburg, which was sgnt
to Dr. Jameson at Oh if Mnfoking
on Saturday. Dr. Jamoson on
Sunday crossed tho Trans
vaal frontior, near MafVking, with
700 mon It is knnwu that ho
passed Molmaui at 5 o'clock Mon
Tho lottor referred to said that
the intorml policy of the Govern
ment of tho Transvaal republic
had incensednnt only tboUitlandors
but a large number of B.ors, while
its external policy had exasperated
tho neighboring statos t tho ox
tiut of endangering the peace and
mdepondonco and the preserva
tion of tho republic. "Tbo people
horo only desire fair play and tho
maintenance of inuopondonco,"
tho lotter wont on to say, "and the
prosenco of those public libertios
without which life is not worth liv
ing. Tho Govornmo'itdenios tbeso
things and violatos the national
sense of Euglishgmon at ovory
turn. Wo miibt consider what
must bo tho condition of things
in the ovont of an armod conflict,
thousands of unarmed mon,
women and children of our raco
will bo at tho mercy of tho well
armed Boors, aud property will
be in tho greatost peril. Wo feel
wo are justified in tuking any
stops to prevent tho shedding of
blood d to insure the protection
of our rights."
K.i i tbeso ro sons Dr. Jamoson
was asked to come to tho relief of
tho discontented pooplo, and guar
anteed n-iy reasonable oxp no ho
might ln-ur in i.olping th m.
Tho London Times, in an edi
torial on tho nows, tlxughtth)
letter hnrdly justifiod Dr. Jame
son's startling move, but raid if
ho wero satirfiod that nothing but
immodiato and dooisivo interven
tion on his part could savo " great
British communi-y from armed
violenoo, m conduct would be
approved in London.
Colonial Sooretary Chamberlain -at
onoo telegraphed to Dr. Jame-
son, ordering him to return with- -oat
dolay to tho company's torri-
Tho P.iriB correspondent of tho
NfW York Horald gtreB as the
origin of the trouble tho oncronoh-
ments ot loroignors, wno are
ctlli-d Uitlanders and are mostly
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