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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
Jliitnnl .llnwnrrr In llir SMilllliplnrn
X Climijc Iu KnuliTii Quosllon
Tho Eopublicans o San Joso
county, Oal , in
Ed. Orann, n noted baseball
pit6lier, comniittrd euicido at
Kochostor, N. Y., by'-taking a
dose of chloroform.
Tho Kilby Mauufacturiuf Co.,
Springfield, O., is making a $200,
000 sugar plant for the Aloraitos
Sugar Co. of Alatnitos, Cnl. "
Nine 100-pound hacks of gold
ore, valuocl at $o0,000, wore stolon
from tho powder magazino of the
Tom Boy mine, Tellurido, Col.,
wliero it had been temporarily
ltev. M. F. Colbum of tho
Grace Methodist Episcopal
Church, San Francisco, was
stricken with paralysis at his
home on Sunday and is not ex
pected to live.
Rock Springs, Wyo., was visit
ed by a cloud-buret, bombarding
the town with hail aud badly
damaging property. In some
places tho hail fell to a depth of
one ana two foot.
John Marsh, a vineyardist ten
miles from Fiesno, Cal., was at
tacked and beaton by a gang of
28 Japaueso laborers to whom ho
had refused an increase of wages.
Twenty of them wore arrested
and eight escaped.
Ogden and tho surrounding
country was visitod by a wind
storm the night of tho 18th which
I has no parallel in tho history of
'' Utah. Fire broke out in tho midst
' of tho storm und destroyed tho
warehouses of Fted. J. Kiesol it
Whitecaps near Toledo, Ohio,
brutally abused a man named
Huntsman, against two of whoso
children a chargo of stealing a
purse containing $80 had beon
trumped up. Twice they buriod
him alivo and each time after dig
ging him up cruelly beat and
Charles Cavill, tho champion
swimmer of Australia, accom
plished tho most important feat
in tho history of tho Coast on
Sunday, the 20th inst. Ho swam
across the Goldon Gate, doing it
in one hour and fifteon minutes.
Tho distauco is ovor ono and a
half miles in a straight line.
A find of dyuamito bombs has
beon made iu Chicago by tho
police, and the discovery is direct
ly connected with tho exocuted
anarchists of 18SG aud those who
wore pardoned by Governor Alt
gold after being sout to prison for
life. Letters found in tho trunk
containing tho bombs show tho
Word has been received from
tho Touoruble Bishop "William
Taylor in his now mission to
Africa on his own account. Ho
was retired by tho Gonoral Con
ference of tho Methodist Church
because of his advanced years,
and bix weeks later was on his
way to Africa. Ho is at Johan
nesburg aud writes that ho is in
Six men. from tho British tramp
steamer Linlithgow, carryiug
nowa of her breakdown at soa,
reached Acapulco, Mexico, on
August 29. They made tho voy
age of 9G0 miles in sixteen days,
in the twenty four foot lifeboat of
tho stoamor. Often they wore in
danger of being swamped in tho
heavy seas. Tho Linlithgow loft
San Francisco on July 31 for
Loith, aud on August 11 her tail
shaft broko in tho tubo. "When
tho news left Acapulco no steam
er had beon sent to search for tho
TllOUDLE AT LEADVUiLE.
Leadvillo, Colorado, had a
night o terror from tho availing
of the 20th. Explosions worn I
hoard from the direction of the i
Coronado mino, also fusillades of
rifle shots. At a lato hour in tho
morning it was stated that tho
mino had been blown up aud
destroyed. Tho buildings about '
tho minoworo sot on firo, but tlio '
Ham os died down soon after tho
fireman went to tho spot.
Tho following dispatch at 'z:W
a.m. of tho 21st will givo an idea
of the stato of oxcitemont:
"Tho sights aud sounds beggar
description. All tho whistles in
tho city aro blowing and two or
three steam sirens add discord to
the dark night's alarming chorus.
Tlio sharp cracks of rifles punc
tuate tho tooting at irregular in
tervals. "Citizens lmvo gone to the
scono with whatever arms they
can gather and a militia company
quartered across the slroet bus
just marched toward tho Corona
do under arms. Tho whistlo
which calls out all citizens in case
of emergency has just sounded,
and the streets are full of rushing
men, crying womon and children."
At 2:30 Sheriff Newman and
Judge Owors called upon Govern
or Mclnlyro for troops to quell
tho riot. The Governor at onco
issued tho call and before daylight
tho entire military force of tho
Stato were on routo for tho scoue
of tbo trouble. Tho troops from
Denver, two infantry companies
and a battery, will icach Load
villo by noon. Twolvo hundred
militia-mon woro to bo sout to
Loadville that day. The Governor
issued tlio order to that elfect. At
3 :4Q o'clock tho news that tho Em
met and Marion mines had been
attacked decided tho Governor to
intervene with armed force.
A Loadville dibpatch of Sep
tember 21 says: Tho miners'
strike of which tonight's lawless
ness is tho outcome, began threo
months ago yesterday, when, at
11 o'clock at night, tho men in
two or three of tho loading mines
walked out. Tho union scale of
wages in 'Leadvillo was S3 for
everybody; but in 1893, when the
prico of silvar dropped below GO
cents an ounce, an agreement wus
made that $2.50 should bo accept
ed for Bomc classes of work until
silver should return to 83 cents.
This agreouiont, tho minors after
ward declared, was unfair, as
many of tho mines paid largo
dividends. It was to enforce tho
original scale of $3 that tho men
struck. About 3000 mon were in
volved. "Within tho last two
weeks several niiues have resum
ed Avoik and this week tho out
put has been 1200 tons daily,
against 2000 tons bofore tho
TlIK l'KESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN.
Bryan sat in Lincoln's pew in
church at "Washington, whero ho
spdnt Sunday as tho guest of O.
John Boyd Timelier, Democra
tic uoiniuoo for Governor of New
York, has declared himself iu
favor of tho gold standard.
A message of sympathy has
been Bent to Bryan by tho Inter
national Agricultural Cougiess
called at Budapest by the
Hungarian Minister of Agricul
ture. Tho Coutral Labor Union, in
sessiou at Now York, lefused to
consider a resolution committing
the organization to the support of
Bryan, because tho Union had
nothing to do with religion or
politics. It was slatod by a dele
gate that Sonator Jouos, secretary
of tho Democratic National Com
mittee, had sout tho printing for
tho Bryun campaign to Alexand
ria, Va., because ho could got men
to work there for $8 a weok, in
stead of getting it done at Wash
ington, whoro tho mon got $18 a
Tho Czar and Czarina em
barked on tho imperial yacht
Standard, which Bailed from
Copenhagen on tho 20th for
Loith, escorted by the Polo Star.
Tho authorities of Rotterdam
have received an anonymous
letter threatening to explode all
the public buildings thero unless
tho Irish prisoners, Kearney and
Haines, aro liberated.
Luigi Crispi, sou of tho ox Pro
mior of Italy, is charged by Coun
tess Collers with stealing hor
jovols in April last yoar. Tho
young man is in Brazil.
Tho last stone has beon laid on
the British Columbia parliament
buildings, which will cost more
than onto million dollars.
The sugar refinery at Mouctou,
N. B., Canada, w.is burned tho
night of September 20. It is
said to bo insured for 300,000,
but tho loss will exceed that
A private massago received at
Ti.i'omh tm he2t)'n stale that
the Biitish warship Com us was
badly damaged tahtdayby striking
a sunken rook off the coast of
FALL OP DONQOLA.
A dispatch from Kerma on tho
Nile, Sept. 20, says: Dongola
has fallen aud tho nominal ob
jective point of the British-Egyptian
expedition has been reached.
Tho river forces ot the British
Egyptian expedition, pushing up
tho Nilo from El Uatir, lauded
a forco at Dongola aud
occupied that placo boforo
tho Dervish forces, retreat
ing from EI Hifir, readied that
point. El Ilafir and Dongola aro
therefore both in tho hands of the
expedition, while tho Dervish
forces aro Bomowhero between,
seokiug u refuge.
There was long rnugo fighting
all tho previous day botweeu tho
Dervishes on tho west Bido of tho
river and tho British and Egyp
Units on tho opposito bank. Great
execution was done among tlio
Dervishes by tho fire from tho
Maxim guns. Night ended tho
duel and in tho morning it was
found that tho Dorvisucs had
evacuated El Hafir. They had
buried as mauy of their dead as
they had timo for, then threw tho
remainder with stonos tiod to
their necks into tho river.
Tho Maxim guns were manned
by the Conuaught Rangers, and
the Tenth Battalion was ranged
along the bank of the river, facing
the Dervish position. They lirod
throo rounds at tho ouomy.
One of tho most striking things
noted during tho fight was tho
long range of tho enemy's Rem
ington rifles. At a distanco of
1200 yaids they were able to do
a deal of damage, and some of
their bullets struck at least 2000
yards from tho point of firing.
Tho expedition only lost five
wounded iu tho engagement. The
river forco occupied Dongola ami
it was hoped to lmvo the hole
expedition there boforo night.
Wad Bishara, tho leadur of tho
Dervishes, was badly wounded in
his tent by u shell explosion.
An editorial in tho London
Times with referenco to tho tak
ing of Dongola, Bays: "Wo may
reasonably hopo that tho work of
liberation was speedily carried
A dispatch from Kerma to tho
Ohroniclo says that tho troasuro
chest belonging to tho Mahdist
leaders was on board tho steamer
which was Btink in the Nilo.
The correspondent of tho Daily
News from the Nilo expedition,
in a dispatch from El Hafir, says:
It is possible that boiug clespor
ato, tho Dervishes will make a hot
fight for Dongola, though 1 learn
thero is great dissension among
their leaders and tho disabling of
Wad Bishara materially affects tho
A Kerma dispatch to tho
Standard praises the clevor tactics
of Wad Bishara and adds: Tho
DorvishcB aro certainly well led
and they retain inuoh of their
JIASSACUE8 IN THE l'MLUU'INES.
A dispatch to tho Madrid
Imparcial from Hongkong says
that tho insurgents at Cavito,
Philippino islauds, captured tho
monastery thero and massacred
tho monks, putting thorn to death
with knives. Spauish war ships
afterward started a bombardmont
of tho insurgent position, but tho
shots fell Bhort and no harm was
Continued on Jtlh Page.
JAPANESE BARON HERE
JIININTKltTO ST. l'F.TFItSHUItU I'Olt
Tllh LAST TBM YKAItS.
It ArcuiiiiMiilril !)' !e Japnuctc 0n-
niiI til Sun York, mid II illi Arc
Two notable Japanese gentle
men aro through passongoro on
the City of Poking.
One, Baron Nissi, for tho last
ton years Japanese Minister
Plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg,
is ou his way homo for good, his
term having expired. Tho other,
K. Miyagawa, Consul at Now
York, is going to Japan to trans
act Bomo important official busi
ness, after which ho expects to re
turn to Now York, whoro ho has
been stationed only sinco last
Baron NisBi is -19 years of ago.
IT- will probably on his return to
Japan bo promoted to some high
Uoveruniont position in recogni
tion of Ins services and rank, so
says Uonsnl Miyagawa. Until
four years ago, when tho Baron
la&t visited Japan, his wifo lived
with him iu the Russian capital,
but sinco that visit sho has ro
mainod at home. Baro"rr Nissi
was in San Francisco twouty-six
years ago when ho first wont to
Europe, and thon again twelve
years ago as oscort in the suite of
the Prince of Japan.
Speaking of the proposed Jap
aneso steamship lines, Mr. Miya
gawa said to a Call reporter that
ho saw president Asano last week,
just before ho started for Eng
land. Asano informed him that
his pland would bo uncertain until
ho had completed his visit iu Eng
land. One thing, howevor, he
will not run a lino of steamers to
Europe, that field being already
occupied by hiB couutrymon, but
he will have a line running to
Asia Minor to the Russian oil re
gion. Asano may have his ships
built on the Clyde, where all oth
or Japaueso ships lmvo beon built,
but ho is not decided yot to over
look America and his own coun
try in that respect.
sirmtDAi's ii i li. n.v.tib.
NpccliUir Worn ITIuro TIihii Coiiki(cii
oiix liy Tlit-lr Absence.
Tho mora handful of spectators
who put up thoir quartors to soo
tho last gamo of tho season on
Saturday afternoon got tho worth
of thoir money, for in spito of tho
absence of Bovoral of tho team
playorB, tho official umpires and
scorors a very good gamo was put
up. J. O Carter Jr. of tho Stars
filled up tho Kams' nino whilo
Glca8on of tho First Regiment
ttnm aud Willio Cornwoll helped
out tho Honolulus. Cornwoll
pitched in Clark's placo and made
a success of it. Duke McNicoll
of tho Stars officiated as umpire.
For tho first four innings not n
single run was niado by either
nino and the Bpectatois Bottled
down to eujoy a good gamo. In
tho fifth both teams scored onco.
In tho sixth tho Kams added two
moio to their bcore and in tho
eighth threo, making a total of
Bix. Tho Honolulus got ono oach
iu tho oighth mid ninth, making
threo in all.
tiii: numiAY iuoiji.v.
trtUuI if the I'rciicli I'rlKtilc from
Tho French iron frigate Duguny
Trouin arrived early this morning.
Sho loft Tahiti on Soptombor 9,
going to tho Marquesas Islands,
which sho reached in four days.
Aftor a short stay at tho Mar
quesas, tho warship sailed for Ho
nolulu. Duriug tho trip, a seaman
fell overboard, but was rescued.
Tho Duguay Trouin has boon
horo boforo. Sho is nbout 3800
tons, curries lb largo guns, and
I lias a powerful ram. Tho crew
numbers about 335 men. After n
stay of threo or four dnyn nt. this
port, duriug which sho will tako
in a supply of coal, bIio will pro
ceed to San Francisco. Follow
ing aro tho officers:
M. Bayle, commander and chief
of the naval division of thePacific
M. Daniel, navigating coptain;
M. Huguet, lieutenant of tho
ship, adjutant of the division;
M. Uouille, chief engineer and
onginoor of the division;
M. Aubcrtin, chief paymaster
and pay master of the division:
M. Gouzor, Burgeon of tho firsl
class und mirgeon of tho division;
Lieutenants MM. du Plessi'-,
do Castries, Fitte, do Salins and
Ensigns MM. Dubois and
Cadets MM. Jourdau de la
Passardiore, Semichon, Palle,
Diraison, Dupont, Dukers and du
i'iiom i m:
a i toitMnr
Department op the Attok- )
Honolulu, H. l.,Sopt. 28, 189G. ) '
EbiTon Eyenino Bulletin:-
Your report of a statement niado
by mo in relation to tho immuuily
of Foreign Representatives from
arrest, which appeared in youjr
issue of tho 2Gth inBtant, correct
odly reported, in tho main, tho -statement
I made, although ret
the timo I'd id not know it would
Tho staiemont, however, failed
to include in the exemption Diplo
matic officers with tho rank ot
Chargo d'Aftaires aud Secretaries
Sou hor A. do Souza Canavarro
is Chargo d'Ailaires and Consul
Gonoral for Portugal, and is en
titled to tho full protection of hi
Tho matter recoivod full atten
tion from tho Minister of Foreign
William O. Smith,
Horn In Honolulu.
Georgo Pepalou, a leper, has
surrendered himself to tho Re
ceiving Hospital in San Fran
cisco, and was to bo sent to tho
Popalou, who is 3G years of age,
was born in Honolulu, his mother
b-ing a native and his father an
Italian. Ho left theso islands
when only 5 years of age, and
wout to livo with his brother,
Joseph, who was an ougiueor in
Houston, Tex. At the ago of 1G
years ho discovered that ho was
afflicted with leprosy, and inform
ed his brother.
Tho latter, anxious to keep his
brother's condition from tho au
thorities, placed him iu au uuufiod
bam, whero tho unfortunate- fellow
was confined. At tho death of his
brother, which occtirrod three
years latur, Popalou omorgnd from
his place of concealment uucl was
promptly taken in chargo by tho
Sinco then ho has beon driven
out of every city ho visitod until
now, when tired of beiug a wand
erer, ho has sought sholtor as
m m mi
i'OIIIlllliy '.' i:il('ullllll('IIC.
Tho combined encampment ot
Company A. aud tho baud con
cert by tho Hawaiiifu baud drew
out tho largest crowd of tho sea
son to Makoo Island yestovday
aftoruoon. Tho boys in bluo had
a fine timo aud locoived hosts ot
callers during tho aftoruoon. Ica
cream and cako was served in
Captain Smith's headquarters,
Company A. returned to tho city
early this morning.
A N iv IU It or.
With this issuo of tho Horakl
tho editorial management is vest
ed in 0. G. Campbell, President
of the Company. O. S. Bradford,
formerly editor and managor of
tho papor, has retired on resigna
tion of his own freo will and ac
cord. Hawaii Herald.
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