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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
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'.V.'jlri' IK'miIk'ii on n Cnniiiilzii of
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Connecting closely with tho
iiowb received by the Mariposa
olsowhof o printed, is the following
budget flora San Francisco dntes
up to Decembor 21 by tho Maun a
tlXirED1 NT ITS.
Sonator Perkins of California is
said to bo suro of ro election by
tho now Legislature.
Tho announcement is mado
that tho Holy Father has appoint
ed tho Rev. Dr. Thomas County,
rector of the Church of Snored
Heart, Worcester, Mass., to suc
ceed Bishop Keaue as rector of tho
Catholic University at Washing
ton. Colonol Robert G. Ingersoll has
been seriously ill with a sovoro
attack of sciatica.
Tho groat wire nail trust which
hns boon in oxistonco since Juno
1, 1805, has gone to pieces.
It is reported that ProBidont
Cleveland will recommend tho re
ference of tho Cuban question to
a commission, similar to tho poli
cy adopted with Venezuela.
t Dr. Lustig oxaraincd both Fitz
Bimraous and Sharkey, certifying
them both to bo in fine condition
to fight. He declared that ho
never Baw anything to surpass
Sharkoy's muscular development
and that his physical condition
Sonator Chandler urges another
attompt to secure international
Bills have beou introduced in
the Georgia Legislature to abolish
football and cigarettes.
M'KINLEY'S I'ltOBABLE CABINET.
Secretary of Stato Henry
Cabot Lodge, Massachusetts.
Secretary of Treasury Mnrk
A. Hanna, Ohio.
Socrotary of War Horace Por
ter, Now York.
Attorney-General William R.
Postmaster-Genoral H. Clay
Socretary of Navy Charles A.
Boutelle, Maine, or John R.
Secretary of Interior Henry
C. Payne, Minuesota.
Seoretary of Agriculture M.
H. do Young, California.
Washington, November 27.
President Cleveland has boon do
voting a great deal of time to his
annual message during tho last
week and now haB it well in hand,
bo that it can bo finished in a
couplo of days.
This message is oxpocted to bo
one of tho ablest public documents
Mr. Cleveland has writton during
his two terras. It will bo, in a
Bonso, his farewell to tho Ameri
can people as their Chief Execu
tive, and thero is littlo doubt that
ho will ombraco the opportunity
to mark out tho course he believes
ought to bo followed by tho na
tional Government for tho main
tenance and advancement of tho
honor and prosperity of tho coun
try. A OLEMOAL SCOUNDREL.
At St. Paul, Minn., November
10, Rov. James O. Hull pleadod
guilty to the murder of his wife.
The prosecution had produced a
letter Hull wrote to a pastor in
California, saying his wifo was
slowly dying of a cancer and that
she could not livo tho year out.
This letter contradicted Hull's
previous testimony, especially as
it had boon shown that Mrs. Hull
did not have a cancor and that
Hull was awuro of that fact, hav
ing boon told so by Dr. Hawkins,
his family physioian.
At the opening of tho afternoon
session S. L. Pierce, Hull's attor
ney advised Hull that tho Cali
fpinin luliur couvicluil mm und
advised him to plead guilty. This
tho latter did, and Judgo Egan
eontoncod him to six yoars in Stato
Prison in Stillwater.
Tho trial had been in progress
four days. Hull had insured his
wifo's life for $2000 and epeut
sevoral weeks trying to poison her
with arsenic. Up to last winter
Hull was pastor of tho Oliu'.ou
avenuo M. E. Church and created
a great sensation by taking a de
cided stand against the A. P. A.
TOO HASTY WITHTIIANKS.
Washington, Nov. 10. Miss
Willard and sevoral othor estima
ble mom bars of tho Woman's
Christian Tomporanco Union,
who signed tho dispatch to Major
and Mrs. McEinley thanking
them for their intontiou to have
no liquor in tho White Homo,
were perhaps a triflo previous.
Whilo no ono apparently is in a
position to Bay that liquor will bo
used in tho Whito House, Miss
Willard is mistaken in supposing
that Major McKinley is a teeto
taler. While ho hns uovor exhi
bited auy pattioular fondness for
alcoholic drinks, till his friends
hare know that he is not averse to
tuking something stronger than
water when ho feels liko it.
SUCIAn FEOII CUBA AGAIN.
Philadelphia, November 10.
Tho shipmonts of sugar from
Cienfuegos, Cuba, will again bo
resumed. Tho Bollo Wooster, tho
first vessel for more than a year
to bring sugar from Cuba, was
chartored yesterday. She takes
out a full cargo of coal from Phi
Itato Campanini, tho great
operatic singer, is dead at Rome.
French ruuiots that the Gor
man military camp at Eisonborn,
on tho Belgian frontier, is to be
abandoned have beon denied in
Both masters and men aro con
fident of success in the dock strike
at Hamburg. Although the men
on striko havo behaved lu an order
ly manner, tho masters have ask
ed for marines to be sent from
Kiel to Hamburg.
ThoPrince andPriucess of Wales
are paying a week's visit to tho
Uuko and Duchess of Manbor
ough at Blenhoim palaco. Thoir
Royal Highnesses were accom
paniedby their daughters, Prin
cess Victoria of Wales nud Prin
cess Maudo of Denmark, and
Princo Charles of Denmark, hus
band of Princess Maudo.
POLICY OF HUSSIA.
A Berlin dispatoh of Nov. 20
confirms reports, by advices
through official channels from St.
Petersburg, of coming changes in
the administration of Russia. Tho
advices discredit the reports of an
Anglo-RusBinn entente It is felt
in Russia that tho Czar has not
yet acquired sufficient conndonco
in himself, or in any particular
Minister, to warraut him in ven
turing upon a change in tho for
eign policy established by the
late Minister of Foreign Affairs,
In tho meantime, the iufliiuuoo
of M. Nolidoff, the Russian Am
baBsador to Turkey aud an aspi
rant to tho Foreign Ministry, is
dominant, which is regarded horo
as implying a continuation of
Russia's protection of tho Sultan,
her absolute rejection of all
sohemcB for European interfer
ence in Turkey, financial or other
wise, and tho action of Russia in
tho capacity of tutor to tho Sultan
to tho ond of his reliauco upon
Russia, untjl tho Sultan of tho
Ottoman Empiro shall become
practically a vassal of tho Czar.
This view is taken as au explana
tion of tho fact that tho Bohorae of
M. Hanotaux, Frenoh Minister of
Foreign Affairs, for tho adjust
ment of Turkish financos has been
rejected by Russia.
Inspired journals of St. Peters
burg utter such views as tho fol
lowing from the Novo Vromya:
"Tho policy of Russia is not to
support tho action of tho othor
powers, but to euforco hor own
will. No matter what massaoros
of Armenian aud othor Christians
uonltnued on 7th Page.
EFFORTS AT WASHINGTON
ri.N iQAPrcn out nv meshus.
HATCH AND CIIOl'CH.
TIk'v Will I.ny Moat lo llic Minds
CoiisrtJii.ieii-,11fKliiU- l'o I Icy
Washington, Novembor 10.
Tho representatives of the Dolo
govornmo'nt in tho United States
have decided upon a plun to pur
sue to bring about tho annexation
of tho Hawaiian islands. Of
eourpo, it will bo readily under
stood that thoy will not ask any
favors, nor do they expect auy
from tho presont administration.
Moroovor, it is understood that
thoy have received information to
tho effect that in his auuual mes
sage to Congress in Deeomber,
Pi osidont Cleveland will reitorate
his former viows regarding Ha
waii, and ondoavor to further pro
judice tho public representatives
of this Government against tho
annexation of tho islands to tho
United States or tho establishment
of a protectorato.
Tho representatives of tho Dolo
government aro not a bit discour
aged on account of this faot, for it
is something that has all along
been anticipated. The plan map
ped out by Minister Hatch and
Henry E. Cooper, Ministor of
Foreign Affairs of tho Dole gov
ernment, is towork up all possi
bio sentiment in favor of annexa
tion among tho Republican mem
bers of Congress at this session
and, further, to endeavor to iufiu
enco the friends of the incoming
administration in favor of annexa
tion, pure and simplo.
It is said, and tho nuthority is
excellent, that thoy feel satisfied
that if tl'eir case is proporlv pre
sented to President McKinloy
aud to tho mombors of tho Fifty
fifth Congress thero is no doubt
whatevor that within a short timo
after the McKinloy administration
comes into power the annexation
of Huwaii to tho United Statos
will bo an accomplished fact. It
has heretofore been pointed out in
Washington dispatches to Tho
Examiner that Major MoKiuley,
without doubt, favors annexation.
Up to tho presont time, however,
it has not beon possible for Ha
waiian representatives now
in the United States to get any
delinito information directly from
Canton as to .the exact position
McKiuoy will tako in dealing
huh jiiiuui lum uuuauuu
when ho assumes tho reins of
From frionds of tho President
oject, howover, enough informa
tion has been secured to satisfy
Minister Hatch and othors inter
ested on bohalf of tho Dolo gov
ernment that they will have littlo
difficulty tin influencing tho Fifty
fifth Congress aud Major McKin
loy to devise some plan by which
tho islands can bo nuuexod with
out bringing about any
controversy with foreign
nations. It will be pointed out
by tho Hawaiian representatives
that- it will bo dangerous to por
rait delay in bringing about tho
uunoxntiou of the isluuds. The
oucroauhment of Japan, Chiua
and other foreign powors has
somewhat frightened tho Dolo
Government's representatives, and
thoy will present a ploa to tho in
coming administration aud to the
now Congress that unless tho
United States acts immediately
Japau or China muy take some
coureo which will bo detrimental
not only to tho intorosts of this
Government, but to tho Dolo
Government as well.
As beforo stated, President Dolo,
through Ministor Hatch aud other
representatives, will properly pre
sent tho condition of affaire on
tho islands during tho coining
sesBiou to mombors who will sorvo
in tho next Congress and to tho
men who will bo oloso to Major
MoKinloy. It is ascertained that
Ministor Hatch has no doubt
whatovor that it tho Hawaiian
representatives hero pursue tho
proper course, as thoy doubtless
will, tho controversy over Hawaii
will be settled forever whilo tho
MoKinloy administration is in
flllXIKTEIt FOSTKIt'N MISSION.
III tU.IlK nf liio Itc.ln-tloii lif si i A lf-
John W. Foster, ox-Socretary of
Stato and tho American diplomat
ist who assisted Li Hung Chang
in making a troaty of poaco on
behalf of China and Japan, re
turned from Honolulu on Novem
bor 24 with his wifo. Thoy left
for the East on tho overland train
tho sumo night. In a Bhort inter
view at tha Palaco for tho Exam
iner Mr. Foster Baid regarding
tho failure of his offorts hero to
secure an extension of the Spald
ing cnblo franchise:
" In speaking to tho Hawaiian
Government officials on tho sub
ject I found them reluctant to ex
tending tho Spalding concession
in tho mauuer 1 havo mentioned.
Thoy aro not opposed to doirfg bo
if this Government will do some
thing dofinito in tho way of a sub
sidy. Thoy want to wait and see
what Congress is willing to do
"Colonol Spalding has trans
forrod the concession to the Paci-"
fie Cable Company of New Jersey.
Tho President of the company and
Buch men as D. O. MillB, Abra
ham Howitt and Mr. Hall of
tho Northern Pacific Railway
aro interested in it. It will
cost ngroatdeal of money to build
a cable across thu Pacific, and
Colonel Spalding, iE ho could havo
got au additional concession from
tho Hawaiian Government, had
hopes of obtaining an annual sub
sidy of $100,000 from Japan and
Australia. That part of tho
Bchcino will havo to await futuro
"I find the Hawaiian Govern
ment etrongly in favor of annexa
tion, and I believe its officials ivill
make an oarncst effort to havo the
islands annexed to tho United
States after tho inauguration of
President-elect MoKinloy. Times
nro prosperous in tho islands
- wm m
II I r t at Hen.
Shortly after tho Mariposa loft
Honolulu for the Colonies on Oc
' tober 27th, Hon. J. M. Dargaville,
a prominent rosidontof Auokland,
died on board. He was buried at
' son tho aamo afternoon. Mr. Dar
gaville was a banker, had Berved
n CQudldato in the comillK Now
in local and general legislative
Zealand elections. Ho was of
Huguenot family and 50 years of
Berrad of i Nou.
A lottor received from Charles
S. Desky by his man of business,
Mr. Weodon, announces tho death
of his Bon Harry in Germany of
typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs.
Desky havo tho sympathy of a
largo number of Honolulu frionds.
They readied New York on Nov.
21, whero they will rest for a few
days, after which thoy will return
to their homo in this city.
Dentil of Cnplalu Howler.
Captain William M. Hawloy,
Superintendent of tho Sprockets
1 Towboat Company, died on tho
morning of Nov. 18th at his resi-
dence,, 2317 Wobster street, San
I Francisco. His death camo very
suddenly and was a groat surprise
to his host of frionds in shipping
DIMIiiRiiLliod Lady Comlni;.
Lady Henry Somerset, tho
faraouB Whito Ribbon champion
and vice president of tho World's
W. 0. T. U., is expeotod to arrivo
at Sau Francisco in January ou a
tour round the world. Possibly
sho may visit Honolulu aud stay
ovor a steamer.
Tho now Inter-Island stoamor
has been appropriately named tho
IIY Till: OI.II HAWAIIAN RANI
SiuiS r 'Ihrlr AiiiivIi-iiii Tuur
i' Jlliuio liirluUliiK it Hula
Uoj-s No I'll 1'iinds,
Tomorrow evening tho old favo.
rites of tho Royal Hawaiian Band
by which UHmo thoy toured tho
Stuto8 now tho Hawaiian Nation
al Band will givo a subscription
concort at tho Hawaiian JJotef.
Owing to their desertion by- their
leader at San Francisco, the boys
lost a quantity of their musio. Be
sides, they have not roturncd.'homo
at all rich, and it is hoped tliat the
public will bo liberal in ro warding
them for this first public rippear
auco on their own behalf suitse ro
turniug to their native land., 'Tho
program is given below:
March Tour of America, ( n'ew).
Overture Rival Petteo
Waltz Southern Breoze. Molester
Selection Bohemian Girl. .Balfo
VOCAL INTERLUDES. '
Song Just a Plain Amoricau
Girl, (iiew) . . . .David Marion
Song Aloha to Qnwaii, (uoy)
Hula Aloalo Kehau (Travel
ing Snow, now)
H. N. B. Quintotto
Grand Fantasia Auld Lang Syno
oolo on iu clarinet. .J. Hartmann
C. R. Kaloikon.
Medley Plantation Songs..
March Dallas Exposition
Star Spangled Banner.
THi: ItlAUII'OSA'.N DKIAKIimi
How Mr. nullielil Nearly Lost n Hntk
Thero was quite a largo crowd
at tho wharf to seo tho Mariposa
sail and say farewells to tho Fraw
ley company, all tho mombors of
which were decorated with leis by
thoir admirers. Tho ladies wero
presented with mauy handsomo
bouquets as well. The flower girls
at tho wharf Bold out their stocks
in trade long before tho steamer
Mr. H. Duflield, who iB Mr.
Frawloy's businoss agent, drovo
down to tho wharf with Miss
Phosa McAllister. They had
numerous littlo packages, among
thom a small valise in which was
a sack of gold coin; representing
Mr. Frawloy's sharo of tho recent
successful season's receipts. When
they roaohed tho wharf thoy
alighted und walked on board,iuau
vertently leaving tho valiso in tho
hack. Tho hackman did not no
tico it and drovo away. When Mr.
Duflield finally discovered his
loss ho thought Bomo othor mom
bor of tho company had played a
Iiractical joko on him and hidden
lis valise. Being assured this
was not so, Mr. Duflield
lost no timo in notifying tho po
lice Hack inspector Mncy was
called, but tho numbor of tha
hack could not bo romombored.
Whilo Macy was making inquiries,
however, Sam Kalaluhi, who
drivos hack 01 for tho 200 hack
stand, drovo up with tho missing
valiso, which he had only fToticeu
on returning to tho stand. Tha
canvas sack was found intact, but
its owner took no moro chances
on losing it and walkod to tho
Btearaer carrying it in his hand.
A Bulletin reportor tried to find
tho honest hack driver nud ascer
tain tho amount of his rownvd but
was unable to do so in tho short
Stanford University boat Cali
fornia in tho great Thanksgiviug
ilnu football mntah at Sau Fran-
ciBco. Score, 20 to 0.
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