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LATEST FOREIGN NEWS
KKIIKLH M4KINM RMIIM IN HA
4lrrnt llrllnlu lnnttnre Commercial
Trratlea-Latrm from Mnny
There is no abatement in the
rush to the Klondyko gold ropion
from the FnciBo Coast. Tho
Cbrotiiele sends eight men to
cover the news.
John Madden, treasurer of Mo
doo county, Gal., is in flight, his
accounts showing a shortage of
Charles A. Dana, editor of the
Now York Sun, is believed to be
A company has been organized
in New York with an authorized
capital of $5,000,000, to explore
the gold fields of Alaska and the
Washington officials having
J quietly investigated the matter
nun ititt iiih OLiomiyK" Ri'i'i nnma
lie at least 35 miles within British
Silver is still falling in New
York no demand for it.
There is no chance of the re
instatement of President An
drews, who was asked to resign
from Brown University on ac
count of his silver views.
Two hundred female operatives
in an Atlanta cotton mill struck
because negroes were employed.
Coal strikers in thp Pittsburg
district claim to be makiug gains..,
In West Virginia the strikers are
los'ing conrrfge. T,he operators
aro not hiring new men.
An ultimatum has been pre
sented to the Peruvian Govern
ment by the Administration, re
quiring the immediate payment of
the McCord claim of $50,000.
A new internal revenue order
makes packages of cigarettes and
tobacco liable to seizure if they
contain "articles prohibited by
section 10 of the tariff act," or
offerB of prizes or rewards, etc.
The father of Congressman
Diugley has died at the ago of 83.
It is decided that calfskins are
"hides of cattle'' and must pay
duty as such.
Great loss of life and property
has been caused by the flooding
of the Danube in Austria.
The King of Siaru is being
given a good time in England.
It is not believed that the
British Government submitted
any proposition to the American
bimetallic envoys. Germany will
do nothing until it is known what
England will do.
A minority report of the
British Royal Commission on
Agriculture suggests the remone
tizttioti of silver as a roniody for
Emperor William'R Meteor won
the .100 prize in a yacht race at
It is probable that the tariff of
Gormany will bo ohauged to keep
out American bicycles'.
M. Boucher, Minister of Com
merce, intimates that Franco can
not continuo to givo the United
States present concessions with
out securing in return the 20 per
cent reciprocal reductions of the
Lord Wolselejr, Commander-in-Chief
of the British Army, is de
clared to have cancer of the
throat, with vory small chances of
recovery. Many assert thut the
malady is duo to excessive smok
ing. WENT FOB RHODES.
Sir "Wilfred Laweon made a
bitter attack in tlio House of Cora
IS "ib t. A CeC'! E!" '""j rl 'inn r'le
ex-Premior of Capo Colony was
guilty of treoohory, botrayal of
hia novoreign and disloyalty to his
colleagues, besides other hard
things, and holding Secretary
Chamberlain responsible for him.
Mr. Ohnmborlnin in reply de
clined to re-opou "questions
which woro regarded as settled,"
adding: "As to submitting dis
putes with the Transvaal to arbi
tration, it would bo an extraordin
ary -course- to Bubinit to a foreign
tribunal a dispute between a
suzeraiu and a subordinate state.
TltOUIH.E IN PORTUGAL.
Trouble is threatened in Portu-
gal ou account ot severo repres
sive measures, contrary to the
constitution, such as searches by
tbo polico without warrant. King
Humbert of Italy is in daily cot
respondonco with hiB sister, tbo
Queen Dowager of Portugal, and
the Italian Government has
placed two warships under special
orders to proceed to Lisbon.
TREATIES DENOUNCED. N
Secretary Chamberlain an
nounced in the House of Com
mons that the Government baa re
solved immediately to withdraw
the 'treaties with Germany and
This was in response
to a unanimous resolution of the
conference of Colonial Premiors.
The law officers of tbo crown wore
in tbo meantime considering
whether the Canadian tariff reso
lutions, giving preferential trade
to the Mother Country, infringed
those treaties. In conclusion, Mr.
Chamberlain assured tbo House
that the notion of Canada in this
matter was not a step toward
separation, but distinctly a move
ment against separation, the in
tention being to show gratitudo
and to prove the royalty of the
Fort Ohakdara in tbo Cbitral
was relieved by the British nfter
having been subject to assault by
large bodies of Pat ban a day and
night for a week. When relieved
the garriaou was running very
short of 'food and ammunition.
Gangdnbar Tilak, a native
member of the Executive Council
Bombay and publisher of the
Kesari. who was committed for
trial for inciting the nativos to
disaffection, has been admitted to
bail in 100,000 rupoeB.
In a recent battle in Brazil, the
Government had 2000 killed and
the rebels only 1000.
A special commission headed
by Vioe Consul Carleton is in
vestigating Amorican claims for
indemnity against Moroco. Tho
original difficulty was that Ameri
cans were not allowed to hire na
tive help the same as Europeans.
It took a naval demonstration to
show the Moors that the United
States was a nation.
Attorney General Want of New
South Wales has protested against
the obargoof $30,000 on the colony
for extraditing Butler. He says
it would be better to let criminals
romain abroad than to pay suoh
enormous costs for their extradi
An American consular report
eays Uermany is turning attention
to the oil territory in Japan.
The rising of natives
Bcohup.n:;lf.ni has collf.p?cd.
It is reported 500 people woro
killed up to July, by tho volcanic
outbreak on Luzon island in the
hie Ksrnn.v qulstio.v.
Turkey has sent two squadrons
ot ships from the .Dardanelles to
the waters of Crete. Tbo foreign
admirals have announced that
they will oppofio the landing of
Turkish troops in Crete. Turkish
uewspapers say the ileet has only
been ordered to carry out evolu
tions in tho islands of tho archi
pelago. King George declares ho will
abdicate if the Powers assume
control of Greek finances.
Within ten days bands of Cuban
insurgents have raided the sub
urbs of Captain-General Weylor's
stronghold. Two daring raids, in
which small towns were captured,
military treasuries looted and
stores robbed of provisions, have
inhdo iho wuutuiy people of Ha
vana foar that tho city itself will
soon bo invaded. Maiiy of those
aro now leaving tho capital.
Wheels by tho day, woek or
month on reasonable tornis, ut the
1'uoifio Cycle Co., Fort Stroot.
ARRIVAL OF THE CHjKjl
It t: A It AIIMIMAI. Mll.l.rR Ai
itMNI.srtlt l.M. Oft HOARD.1
Notablllllra A III" nit h Ttirntich
PuovriisrrrirQitlrU " OTuda
' by tlio Crnrk l.lncr.
Tbo PuciGc Mail stonmsbip
China arrived unexpectedly at 9
o'clock this morning, having made
tbo trip from San Frauciaco in 5
days 20 hours, pleasant weather
being experienced throughout the
Prominent among her passen
Rear Admiral Miller, U. S. N.,
commanding iho North Pacific
squadron, who comes to rolieve
Admiral Beardslee, retired on ac
count ot ngo.
Jtlou S. M. Damon. ex-Mmis-
ter of Finance, who returns from
attending the Jubilee coremonies
at London as the representative of
the, Hawaiian Government.
Lieutenants P. Andrews and T.
S. llodgers of the United States
Ntivv who aro on Admiral Miller's
Colonel George W. Macfarlane,
lessee of the" Hawaiian hotel, who
returns to Honolulu after an ex
Hon. O. Guile, the new Danish
Minister to Japan, on the -way to
assume his duties.
Hon. M. Wollheim, Minister
from Mexico to Japan, who is on
route to Tokio.
Hon. R. Wildman, the new
American Consul at Hongkong,
who with his wife and child is on
his way to his new post. '
Dr. V. H. Aberorombie, recent
ly appointed United States Consul
Admiral Miller had very little
to say in San Francisco regarding
bis mission to Hawaii, and was on
his guard againat sayiugtoo much
in what little be did have to offer.
When asked if the Oregon would
bo added to tbo fleet at Honolulu,
be replied that he could not speak
in regard to that question, but
fancied that one might draw con
clusions from the general nows
papor talk on the topic.
Concerning the probable length
of his service at the islands he
was also reticent. He said frankly
enough and very pleasantly, that
ho could not talk of 'Hawaiian
matters. Ho knew that the Phi
ladelphia was there' and the Ben
nington had been ordered to re-'
lie ve the Marion.
It is quite well understood that
Admiral Miller comes to the Paci
fic station under important in
structions from the Government
in relation to annexation and the
matter of indemnity which Japan
soeks from the islaud republic.
Admiral Miller was the naval
officer representing tbo United
States at the Queen's Jubileo de
monstration. He wont there on
tlio Brooklyn, tbo now armored
cruiser selected to represout the
navy of tho Uuitod States.
Twenty one days ago Colonel
George W. Mucfurlaue wus com
fortably seated in a loading hotel
iu Loudon, England, having just
returned from a trip to Germany
where ho had been to report on
tho condition of Gorman beet
fields and sugar mills for San
Frauciaco parties. Today ho is
in Honolulu, having come post
haste from London on business
connected with the transfer of tho
steamship China, of which he is
now the owner of rocord, from the
British to tho Hawaiian flag.
With the captain of the China he
spent a largo part of tbe morning
at tho Executive building. Colonel
Maofarlane leaves again for tho
Coast on the Coptic next Sunday.
Ho always was a great travoler
and he ib certainly keeping up
his recotd. Ed. C. Macfurlaue,
his biothor, was very much bettor
when he left Sau Francirco and
expected to leave for Honolulu on
Hon. Snmuol M, Damon wont
to England to loprosent Mawttii
at tho Qiioou'h Jubiloo mid inci
dentally to visit his son, who is
with a Scotch buukiug iiutiao. On
bis" return to tlio United Status
ho wus tho guest of Mnjor Isaac
Damon of llolden, Mush., f.iru
Hbort titno. Ho nlso visited Wash
ington and bad nn ititrviow with
Minister Hutch. Kx-qiK'on Liliti
oknliini was hi. Washington at tbo"
tiruo but Mr. Timottk did not; see
lur. Mr,' Djiinon bus enjoyed
ovory mtiMito of his journey, and
was especially woll tro'.ttetl by tho
Quuon of Euglind nnd tbo royal
family during bis stay in London.
Mr. D.imou s.ivs bo wus gracious
ly recolvod by Quouu Victmia,
who shook bunds mid Htmko to
him for some minutes. Ho .rodo
in tbo groat din mond jubilee pa
rade xnd wus one of tbo disting
uished guests at the naval display
off Spithtmd. Aftor reaching Cali
fornia Mr. Damon spout some
time in San Francisco attending
to his banking interests, finding
time, however, to put in a couple
of days at bis fruit farm, situated
two miles from Anderson. He will
make a report of his tour abroad
this afternoon to the Cabinet at a
Hveu r them Oharctd With Harder
In the Steomi Desree.
It will be rotnemberod that as a
result of a drunken row at Iwilei
about ten days ago John Milton
was so severely beaten about the
head that he was sent to the hos
pital. Milton died yesterday
afternoon, never having recovered
sufficiently from the effects of the
blows he received to givo any ac
count of the affair.
Kawai has been under arrest
since the affair and charged witi
the assault. In view of Mil ton V.
death tho charge will probably be
raised to manslaughter and other
participants in the affair arrested.
Milton wbb an employe of the
Honolulu Iron Works. His
funeral took place from tbe hos
pital at 11 o'clock this morning,
Rev. H. H. Parker officiating.
Since tbe above was in type the
charges of assault and battery on
which Milton a assailants nave
previously boon held havo beon
dismissed in tbe polico court aud
seven of them charged with mur
der in the second degree They
aro Kamaki, G. Malina, Kaui, J.
Nalupe, John, Natneabookano
and Kawai. Tbo preliminary
hearing has been set by Judge
Wilcox for Thursday.
Naraei nf Hawaiian Jury Trying
Three Men fur Murder.
A. Fernandez answers tho com
plaint of M. G. Silva with a gen
eral denial and reliance on de
fense of release and payment.
Henry Lunning, under sen
tence of three years at hard labor,
has by his attorneys, Magoou &
Edinga, filed a motion for a now
trial, on tho ground that the ver
dict wus contrary to the law and
The nativo jury trying tho Mo-
lokai murder case, iu which throo
Hawaiian ate uliaigod with the
orirao, areas loilows: W U AMia,
J Paaniani, W Chung Hoon, John
Akina, Isaac Harbottle, T 0 Mo
Guiro, J Padekon, D K Kahana
moku, J Mana, S M Kamakau, M
Keliiaa and G Hookano. TableB
and floor iu tbe courtroom aro
strewu with exhibits in tbo cubo,
suohas clothing, billets of wood,
Will Hold Palrayrn laland.
London, August 2. In the
House of Commons today the
Parliamentary Secretary for tho
Foroign Ollico, Mr. Curzon, re
plying to a question of Michael
Davitt, said that a British protec
torate was proclaimed ovor Pal
myra island in May,
that tbo occupation
Ml. ClUZuU hl&O Bu'Id it WaS 11L.1
necessary to notify any of the
powora of these facts, and bo as
sorted that Hawaii and Palmyra
bad no prcsout connection.
II. I. J. M.'s training ship Hiyei
sailed this morning fur Japan.
TO INVOLVE UNCLE SAM
JAPAX wants tr.iirr.n ftT.tTi:s to
At:r it limit i roit.
Purr Will hn ITird Aanlii.l llitnnll
If tlio ltrii(-t Ik .tut
Washington, Aucnst 4. Japan
will insist that tho United SKtes
ntnlimo n rtnntlm. inf rnt-,i-inct!itltfl
ty in the matter of tho nrhitrution
of her differences with Hawaii on"
the subject of immigration and
It is understood that this is one
of tho essential conditions upon
which Japan will consent to
arbitration, and that if this re
sponsibility is not assumed by tbo
United States Japan will break
off negotiations looking to arbitra
tion and back up her demands by
a naval demonstration in Hawaii-'
The State Department has not
yet received any official eommuni
cation from the Japanese Govern
ment on this matter and tho Ad
ministration bus not indicted
whether or not it will comply with
tho Japanese denmnd when ninrln.
An official of tbo Japanese Le
gation said in an interview: "I
am not officially informed con
corning the limits of arbitration,
but that Japan should ask the
United States to take recognition
of it and assume an ultimate re
sponsibility for tho decisions of
the arbiter as regards Hawaii be
ing carried outBoeras to bo very
-v ''If tho United States-refure3 to
givo us a guarantee it is probable
mat tue arbitration proposition
will fail. We prefer to entertain
a grievance and to indemnify oar
subjects ourselves than toarbitrato
after the indignity of the refusal
by the United States of so jnst a
requost. Neither the United
States nor the Hawaiians can
justly plead disinterestedness.
Frequently in tho Hawaiian-Japanese
correspondence of lutB tho
pending annexation has figured
as a factor in tbo situation. This
should operate in tho arbitration
cabo as well."
In the last Hawaiian mail to
reach the State Department,
bringing the record of events on
the islands up to tho 21st of lost
month, Minister Bewail tells in
detail of the diplomatic corres
pondence between Japan and the'
Hawaiian Government growing
out of the labor controversy, and
reports that in tho opinion of the
best informod people on the isl
ands tho Japanese Government
will be amply content with a re
cognition by the Hawaiians of tho
principlo for which they contend,
without insisting upon substantial
peouniary damages. It was also
reported that the conduct of tho v
negotiations had beon transferred
entirely from Honolulu to Tokio.
No reference wbatevor was mafia .,
in the dispatches to the reported
intention to establish a proteo
MTgficst Honors Woift." """.Tr,
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
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Tieo (nun Amuoala, Aluia or uuy ctlior
udnltcrunt Iu all tho fp-nnt Hotel tho
leudiug UuIh cud tha bouiou, Dr. 1'rWs
Cream Baling l'owdcr holiU its cupri'taauy.
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