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Something Interesting !
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, JUNE 13, 1896.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
FRiniiTrct, loss of Lire At A
COKO.VATION FEAST. 'j
I'rcMdantlal Election ' Pointer Tim
Cuba'nWar-nellef of IHitreaag.'
' ,. In St. r.onla.
TIIi: CUllAN WAR.
IIn Weyler llenlcucd T Aiitountn-nlran-l
In Madrid. X
'Thp Ilnvnna ijvoss dnmnufls
that ftlndrid Bhnll sustain Captain
General AVoylor's docroo suspend
ing tho foreclosure of mortgngos
and liens upon property, to avert
widespread failure in business
A story was current in Ilavana
that tho captain-general hnd re
signed aud was io bo succeodod as
governor-general by Primero Vovn
and as genernl-in-chiof by Pola
viojo. The roport is strongly de
nied by officials at tho palaco.
Premier Canovns denies it at
A letter from Plncotas indicates,
that Maximo pGomez isn marching
toward tho Puerto Principo bor
dorto modtaud h(xty westward
Batanabo reports that tho robols
burned a sugar, mill and two big
tobacco ware-housos in' tho
suburbs of tho town yesterday.
William Lpavitt, ono of tho
prisoners taken in tho capturo of
the. Competitor expedition, has
been transferred to tlm linnnifnl
suffering from yellow fever.
'Plin rnliol Innrlnra Clnttiirin nnA
Agrnmonte, are said to have boon
wounded in a light at Caugro, in
tho southeastern part of Havana
province. Thirty insurgents are
said to have been killed.
,Tho Madrid Heraldo had an
article headed, "Ono "Way or tho
Other " whioh said: ''It is true
that Spain ehould abandon the
middle road and half-measures
and oither grant autonomy to
Cuba with an understanding with
the United States, or abandon
diplomacy and depend wholly on
Spain's military power to end tho
La Discussion, an autonomist
journal of Havana, gives groat
promiuonco to tho Horaldo's
article. It ftxnrnflRrm nnrnrinn
saying the, right of a nation to
control its domestic affairs ought
not to bo challenged. Speaking
of tho protest of tho United States
government against General 'Woy
ler's decree rolativo to tho collec
tion of debts, it maintains that
tho docroo favors tlm Amnrirnn
creditors, whoso principal claims,
it Buuee, aro nqi soouroa uy
Cuban land, but against contrac
tors. To fiflll off lands nnw ivnnbl
onpplo thoso who owe Americans
and doprociato tho American
claims. "Tho largest claim' of an
American," it Bays,' "iB S800.000,
hold by Perkins, of Now York,
and Bocurod by a sugar plantation
1U VJlUULUUgUB uiairici."
Awful Tragedy t Hie Coroiintlou
A lorriblo panic, resulting from
tho groat crush of people at tho
popular feast at Moscow on May
30, in honor of tho corountion of
tho cznr, caused tho trampling to
doath of many pooplo, including
a woman delivered of a child
during tho excitement.
By dawn tho nines of peasants
about the tables was really enor
mous, and all worn (lnannrntnlv
hungry, some having fasted for
nearly ai hours. The police did
everything possiblo to keep back
tho crowd, but suddenly ' the
masses pressed forward and swept
everything before them. They
overturned bonchos and .tables,
trampliug hundreds under foot and
crushing the Hfo out of n groat
Among tho dead found on the
plain woro ladies ovidontly of
high rank, dressed in tho" finest
silk nudadornod with jewels.
Tho disastor occurred between
5 and 6 o'clock in tho morning.
It was intended tho banquot
should commenco beforo noon,
but tho immense throng that
gatherod becamo so donso that
tho attendants woro overpowered
and thrown to tho ground in tho
mad struggle which commenced
for food, aud many of Hie attend
ants are among tho dead.
It was nearly 10 o'clock at
night whou the facts of tho disas
ter woro made public. Tho peoplo
in the city wore slow, to bcliovo
tho disaster was as gro.it as re
ported. A bulletin said 313
bodies had been recovered and
that 470 nersoUH hnd hrnn ininrnd
But very shortly afterward, n 11
o'clock exactly, oflieial notice was
posted saying tho list of dead
amounted to 1135 persons, includ
ing thoso dead from injuries,
after removal from tho plain.
Tho czar hns givon orders that
1000 roubles bo given to each bo
roaved family and that tho victims
bo buried at his expense.
Tho consus of London, just
known, shows n iinmilnfinn nf
4,411,271, an increase of 200,528
Thoro are- renowed rumors of
Ambassador Bayard's retirement
fronr tho courtof St. James.
Priucoss Kaiulani of Hnwnii is
still in IJaly, but is expected in
juonuon toward tho end of June.
VAIHOUH T.VMIS. ' '
Settlement of A 1'mmran Cnnal Din-
The recent differences botwoon
tho Panama canal's two chiofs
ended in one deciding fo quit tho
isthmus. M: Fautard, tho director-general,
will return to Paris
in Juno, leaving tho director of
engineering in boIo charge.
Great Ilrllnlu Adjudged I.lublo lor the
A dispatch to tho Times from
Cairo regarding the decision of
the mixed tribunal upon the ap
peals of tho French syndicate
against tho uso of tho Egyptain
reserve fund for tho expenso of
tho campaign up tho Nilo has
caused a decidedly bad impres
sion in London. Tho Times'
correspondent wired that it was
an -opon secret that tho tribune
had come to tho decision that tho
Egyptain government cannot
mako war against 'tho khalifa, or
ovon resist a Soudanese invasion
without tho consont of each mem
borof tho dobt commission. This
decision, which it is said will
bo announced Mondav. in nvnrv
way supports tho French conten
tion and ovidontly moans that
Great Britain will have to advance
Egypt tho funds necessary to
push the expedition forward.
In tho moanwhilo, news from
tho front is very satisfactory for
tho British military authorities.
Troops and Btores aro advancing
up tho Nilo without a hitch and
dosortors from tho dervishes re
port that tho arrival of British
Indian troops nt Sunkim has
created a strong impression in tho
Soudan, as tho dorvishos, it is
said, now anticipate a combined
advance from Suakira and Aka
sheh. Tho khalifa is said to great
ly fear an attack, and Osinnn
l)igna is reported to bo greatly
discouraged by his recont defeat,
and to have advised tho khalifa
that unless roinforcod, ho intends
to retiro still further from tho Bed
AVhitelaw Boid, interviewed at
San Francisco by a Chroniolo re
porter, gavo it ns his opinion that
McKinloy would bo nominated for
President on a "thorough-going,
honest-mouey" platform. Mr. Boid
Raid ho was not a candidntn fnr
tho vico prosidenoy. Ho suggest
ed Thomas B. Beed as tho" ideal
Eastern candidato for tho office,
but asked why tho Pacific coast
press did not put forward M. H.
Do Young of tho Chronicle or
Col. Otis of tho Los Angoles
Tho Republican delegates from
California will woar characteristic
badges, also uniform straw
hats, and carry orangowood cauos
with whito silk handkerchiefs at
tached. Tho trip will bo made in
Continued on 4th Putje.
LEGISLATURE IN SESSION
THE WIDE TIKES AVt OF.T3 AH
The. Ulll ItcpcHllnir the HcnUtrntlnn
Art l'nae Second llendlucr In the
Senato- IIoiikc l'rocceillnit.
Ninety-Ninth Day, June 13th.
After tho usual preliminaries in
tho Senato this morning, includ
ing n little longer prayer than
usual from tho Chaplain, Minister
King announced that the Presi
dent had signed tho bill admitting
cortniu California wines duty free,
tho bill sotting apart portions of
tho waterfront in Ililo for public
purposes, tho Licenso Act and tho
Incomo Tax Law. ,
Tho usual communication (from
,tho Houso concerning business
transacte'd was road.
Senator Lyman called attontibn
to Bulo 78 of tho Senate in rela
tion to tho proceedings had yes
terday on the vote to tablo tho re
port of tho Conference Committeo
on tho wide tires act.
Prosidont Wilder said ho had
already considered tho raattor and
tho rules bearing theroon and had
come to tho conclusion that the
ontortaining of a motion to lay
tho roport of a conforonco commit
teo on tho tablo was clearly illegal,
on tho ground that such a motion
was distinctly out of order under
tho rules. Ho quoted authorities
to sustain his position nnd onded
by making tho announcement that
tho roport would again corao be
fore tho Senate under tho head of
unfinished business. This ruling
was not appealed from.
A message from tho President
containing n report from tho
Fresh Meat'Commission wns ro
ceived. Tho roport states that tho
Commission had done nothing
owing to tho chairman being too
much engaged with other busi
ness nnd tho death of J. T. AVator
housoand suggesting that tho
Commission bo retained for nn
othor two years and that n now
member bo appointed in place of
Mr. Waterhonso. On motion the
roport was received and referred
to tho Executive.
Tho confereuco roport on tho
wido tiresAct then came up for
Sonator Brown moved that tho
Senate do not concur in tho ma
( 'Minister Coopor argued in fnvor
of retaining tho bill, saying that
although tho bill was not intro
duced by tho Executive, the entire
cabinot was in favor of its pas
sago. Tho President himself
drew tho bill and took a lively in
terest in it. Ho hoped tho Legis
lature would agree on tho bill and
givo it a fair trial.
Senator Brown opposed tho bill,
saying it was usoless to encumber
tho statutes with it.
Sonator Baldwin also opposod
the bill, saying that tho provi
sioiiH of tho bill could not bo on
forced on plantations and tho
Sonator Hocking detailed his
oxperionco with tiros in oight
yoars of teaming on Maui.
Senator McCandless closed with
n strong argumont in favor of tho
Tho motion to not concur was
carried by a vote of 7 to 4.
Senator Brown then moved to
ndhero to tho bill as stmt down
by tho Senato. Curried by tho
Tho act amonding Section 1 of
tho Kapiolani park net passed
this session wns road first and
qecond time and passed. Tho bill
merely corrects a clerical orror in
tho other bill.
Houso Bill G2, ropoaling tho
Registration Act, was read tho
first time and passed. On tho sec
ond reading Senator Lyman nsk
cd the object of repealing the bill.
Minister Coopor said it was
carrying out a measuro agreed on
by a unanimous voto of tho Son
Price 5 Cents,
Senator Brown said ho was not
present at n'ny caucus nor bound
by its action. Ho was opposed
to tho bill in tho start but now
that it had become law ho be
lioyeel in upholding it. Tho onlj
objection to it wns purely a senti-
' mental one, tho thumb mark.
I Thoro was nothing in tho Act re
quiring a man to mnko his thumb
I mark, thoro wns not even a ghost
of a rulo or ordor of the Minister
of tho Interior concorniug tho
thumb mark. Tho Executive
could eliminate that objectiona
blo feature ut will, or could
authorize tho registering officer t
uso his discretion aud exact the
thumb mark only from persons
who could not write.
Miuistor Coopor said tho ob
jection to making Bitch n regula
tion was tho discrimination in fav
or of Europeans against Asiatics.
One of tho main objects of the
bill was to assist uncollecting
personal raxes out it nau uecc
found that other aud more.
ndoquato menus for that purpose
had boon found, ns witness tha
wholesale arrests recently. Tlip
objections to thpubill were not
sentimontnl, tho bill wns repugn
nant to tho feelings of every whit
man. The corporations wer.oop--posod
to it and-with tho'oxceptiou
of the ''Attorney General the
Cabinet was opposed to it. Minis
tor King hnd not previously pul
himself on record but ho was
authorized to stato that ho was
favor of ropoaling tho Act.
Senator Baldwin said ho voted
for tho bill because ho thought it
was wanted by tho moohnnics of
tho country. Thoro wore other
objections to tho bill than the
thumb mark, tho principal ones of
which woro tho provision reqnir
ingthe constant carrying of the
registration certificate on tho por
Bon nnd tho tourist clause.
Tho bill passed second rending,
sovoral members not voting, and
was made tho special order for
Hou8oBillG0, amanding this
Land Act and dofining the proce1-
duro in cases of forfmhirn nf fim
payments on Bales of land at auc
tion, possod first, second nnd third
t Tho Houso concurrent resola
tiou placing tho records of tho
Legislature under tho control of
the Minister of tho Interior was
bonator fcschmidt from tho Com
mittee on Appnnnta rtroannfml
final ronort nuditintr nnd nllowinw
bills to tho amount of S2G3.50.
Ninety-ninth Day, June 13tic
house op repkesentatives.
Minister King made the an
nouncement of bllln nirrnod hv th
The Finance Committee la
whom was referred tho proposi
tion to give tno uiork uo days m
which to completo his work ot
typewriting tho minutes of the
Bossiou reported in favor of ac
cepting tho bid of F. W. Makin
noy, who offored to do tho work
for 250. Laid on tho tablo for
Senate Bill 57; relating to na
turalization of nlionB, passed third
reading, ns did Sonato Bill 58,
nucutionni oxponBes of tho .Legis
lature On motion of Rop. Robertson
tho voto of Prcsidout Dolo on
Houso Bill 50 was taken up. Ho
said tho point mndo by tho Pre
sident that tho bill was faulty
through indefinite .phraseology
was well taken, nnd therefore
movod to lay tho bill on tho table.
The raattor of tho typewriting
tho minutes of tho session was
finally settled by allowing tho
Clerk of tho Houso fifty days ia
which to do tho work.
On motion tho janitor was
allowed $1 por day for tho- ses
sion. The wido tiros Act was received,
frqm tho Senate nnd action hy
ferred thereon to Monday.
At 11 :80 tho Houso adjourned.
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