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BRITISH ARE IN FASHODA
HOLDIICHS ON A KAMPAGH.
CHINA'S EMPEROR POISONED
NKW VOIIK FIGHT.
JUDGE HITCHCOCK LAID UP
IIATTIXHIIll'ri A It IS IIIIADV,
General Kitchener Finds the French
Disinclined to Move.
Union Jack Hoisted and Diplomats Will Settle
the Rest Remnant of Khalifa's
London, September 20. Tho
" Dully Tolegrnph's" Cairo cor
rewpoudont telegraphs today Mou
day, saying: '
" General Kitchonor found the
French at Fashoda. Ho notified
Major Marohaud that ho hod ex
press instructions that tho terri
tory was British and that tho
French must retire, and olTerod
thom passage to Cairo. MajorMnr
chand absolutely doclined to rotiio
ni.lnaB nnlnrnd to do BO bv Ill's
Government. No fighting occurred.
Major Marclinnd .was given cioar
ly to understand that the British
irmiut.'il niton their claims and the
rest has been left to bo settled by
diplomacy between tho .two gov
General Kitchonor sent a long
official dispatch toLondon,hoisted
tho Union Jack and tho Egyptian
onBiun and left as n garrison tho
Eloventh and Thirteontn Soud
nuoso battalions and tho Camerou
Highlanders to protect tho British
flag. Colouol Jackson commands
Suakim, Soptombor 25. Tho
only organized roninant of tho
Khalifa's army was defeated and
its last stronghold, Gedarif, cap
tured on Septombor 22d after a
three hours' hard fight, when au
Egyptian forco numbering 1300,
under Command of Colonel Par
sons, routed 3000 Dorvishes, of
whom COO were killed. Threo
Egyptian officers were wounded,
ami thirty-sovon Egyptian sol
diers lulled and fifty-niuo wound
ed. 1MGMK1N KHAKO.V OPUXH.
Cornell Viinlty Wipe Up Ihe Kitrth
Ithaca (N. Y.), Septombor 21.
Cornell won its gamo from Col
gate on Porcy fiold today, but was
unablo to prevent tho visitors
from scoring. Scoro: Cornell
Philadelphia, September 21.
Tho University of Pennsylvania
football team played their first
gamo of tho soason today, defeat
ing tho Franklin and Marshall
olovou by thu ecoro of 11 to 0.
Hartford (Conn.), Septombor
21. The first football game of the
season for both Yale and Trinity
was played this afterno u on Tri
nity's grounds and losultod in
favor of Yalo, 10-0.
W'liut flujitiiln TiuiaOir Huy.
Probably tho ofliceiH of tho U.
S. Gunboat Bennington will not
feol very jubilant whou Captain
Taussig tolls thorn that it is his
intention to tako thom out for soa
duty almost all of tho timo thoy
aro stationed hero. In a rooont
conversation, Captain Taussig
" I do not bohov- in starting out
for sea duty and tliou having the
major part of that duty porformod
on land. Tho officora and mon
Bliould bocorao used to tho work.
Wlmf in tbo U80 of stavinc
boro and then only going out for
targot practise onco in a wuuu r
I moan to boo tho islands and, in a
littlo while, sliall go to Hawaii,
Maui, Kauai and other islands of
tho group, only roturning hero on
steamer days for tho mail."
(liven 111' Ulclmrt
The trouble botweon tlio cabin
boy of tho Henry Villard and his
captain has boon thoroughly in-
isi;i Ut Amnrirmn Clnnnnl
Haywood, who has found Buffioiont
cause to givo tho young follow his
discharge from tho ship and a
month's oxtra wagos. Tho captain
has not been arrested. ,
Citizen Knocked Dotvn anil Police OI11
What promised to bo a row of
no small proportions was started
on Fort street at about 6:15 last
evening by two drunkon volun
toor soldiers. They catno out of
ono of tho uptown saloons and
mooting an unobtrusivo citizen on
the street, duliboratcly knocked
It was at this timo that Officers
Pohaku' and Frank Ferreira
jumpod in, each taking a man. A
crowd of soldiers and others im
mediately gathered around and
sovoral of tho former wero on tho
point of jumping in and helping
out their mates. What it was that
held them back is not known.
Pohaku blew his whiatlo ro
peatedly but no help arrived. Tho
drunken fellows, taking advantage
of this, broke away and started to
run. Ihe man Forreira had was
caught by that otlicor near Pro
gress hall. Both Boldiers wero
caught at first in front of the Lovo
Tho soldier guarded by Pohaku
struck at him but missed. Thou
ho ran back and forth, attempting
to tire out tho policeman. lie was
unally caught in a Uuinese shop
aftor a tussle.
A citizon hastonod to tho polico
station and in a jiffy u dozen offi
cers wero on baud. Tho streets
wore cleared and tho soldiors
taken to tho station houso.
Tho police alone Fort wero
doubled iu numbor and a lieuto-
nant stood bv until tho saloons
This morning tho two soldiers,
It. J. Welch and J. Wickham,
woro fined 2 and costs each for
druukonness. Thoy didn't have a
word to say.
lliero will bo good men and
plenty of thom on duty on Fort
street tonight. TIub beinc Satur
day, Captain Parker expects some
turtuor trouble. Tho police will
not hesitate to arrost.
dkatii cajii; to Tin: ciu:w.
Dreyer of Ilurk Olj-n unil I' our or IIU
Philadelphia, September 25.
Tho German bark Olga arrived at
tho Dolawaro breakwator tonight
for orders from Samarang, Java,
with sugar. Sho brought to a
closo a voyage of strange fatalitios,
having only a few of tho original
officors on board, Captain Droyor,
hor commandor, and fivo others
having diod of scurvy. Tho Olga
sailed from Sourabaya on April
3d. When about two months out
from port scurvy made its appoar-
anco auu ono uy ono tlio mon woro
taknn ill. until thn hIu'ii'o mmiwuv
-, T . - VH H - mm f w t- W9m J
was reduced to four mon ablo to
d about. Captain Droyor was
among thofint to be strickon.
Troop! Go to Culm October KOtli,
Washington, Sept. 21. Lato to
night it was learned that tho first
detachment of troops of tho army
of occupation will bo sout to Cuba
on Octobor 20th. It will bo com
mandod by Major Gonoral Wado
and will bo composed of throo
regiments. Thoso will bo followed
up by old regulars, and in all pro
bability tho largest part of tho
corps commanded bv Gonoral
Fitzhugh Leo will bo mado a part
of tho array.
Koyal Dike tho food pure,
wholesome, and dcllcloaa.
torn whim rawDi eo., niwvom.
Such is the Report That Comes from
Partition of China Again to the Front Possibi
lity of War Between France and
London, Soptomber 2G. Tho
Pekin correspondent at tho Daily
Mail says: Tho head eunuch at
tho palaco informs mo that tho
Emporor is soriouely indisposed
and that his death is not unlikely.
Tho Daily Tologroph's Hong
koug correspondent, wiring Sun
day, says: Although there is no
positive confirmation, all tho ovi-
donco tends to tho conviction that
tho Emporor is doad. A private
dispatch says ho diod on Soptem
bor 21st directly ho issued tho
edict giving tho Dowager tho ro
goncy. Nobody. doubts that Yang
and Chang You Hoon, who was
Minister at Washington in 1895,
are both innocont of tho chargo of
poisoning tho Emporor.
Partition of China.
Now York, Soptombor 21. A
Sun cable from London says: Tho
coup d' otat in China has addod
another week of increased appro
honsion to tho record of this
anxious year. Information from
Pekin is so meager that it is im
possiblo to discuss so far astorn
the situation intelligently. It is
sufficient to noto that British
authorities fear tho worst and aro
ready to admit that tho advantage
gaiuod by tho dismissal of Li
Hung Chang has boon luoro.tkau
lost by the latest sensational turn
of ovents. Tho latest concensus
of opinion is that tho moment of
tho destruction of tho Chinoso
ompiro is now at hand.
Germany ami France Slay Come to War.
Berlin, Soptombor 25. There is
much uuoaainess horo regarding
tho situation in Paris. Tho Gor
man press regards it as extromoly
critical. Tho "National Zoitung"
compares it with tho situation in
tho spiing of 1870, duriug tho
roign of Napoleon, uud says that
only an immodiato revision of tho
Dreyfus tril will avort imminont
disaster. Tho "Hanovorisohe
Courier" foars an outbreak of
Chauvinism which might provoke
anotor war with Germany.
The football practise last night
on tlu' baBoball tract was vory dis
couraping, saying tho least. With
tho oxoaptlon of a fow tho squad
that practiced last night woro mon
who had not como out previously;
while ihoso who woro out tho first
part of tho weeks havo not shown
Moro of the gonuino football
spirit will havo to be shown or do
feat will fall to tho lot of tho town
Noxt Monday ppicliso will bo
rosumed again and it is hoped that
moro of tho boys will turn out and
that by tho end of tho week a fair
toam will bo torinwl. Mr. O.
Roy Morgan of the University of
California coached tlio toam last
No practise this aftornoon on
account of tho Ponnsylvania-Now
Vesuvius More Active.
NaplcB, Sopt. 21. Tho oruption
of Vesuvius is increasing in vio
la tico and it is foarod that it will
assume tho proportions of that of
.. m m
lluyuril Continues to Decline.
Dodham, Mass., Sopt. 21. Tho
mas F. Bayard rested comfortably
during tho day, the dull, rainy
wpathor of the past fow day-i ap
parently affecting him but littlo,
but tho gradual daily decline cou
Piatt Ilnrki Hoonevolt Against (iorcr
Saratoga (N. Y.), Sept. 25. Tho
slato prepared by tho loaders
claiming to have control of tho
Republican State Convention and
given out as that to bo named on
Tuesday by tho convention is as
For Governor, Theodoro Roobo
' Lioutonnut Governor, Timothv
D. Woodruff, Kings.
Secretary of Stato, John T. Mc
Douough of Albauy.
Comptroller, William J. Morgan
Stato Treasuror, John P. Jaogel
Attorney General, John E.
Davis of Onoida.
Stato Enciueor. not selected.
Itia believed horo that the con
vention will last but ono day, it
being tho general opinion that nil
differences will bo settled on the
first ballot for Governor. Tho
Black adherouts havo decided not
to mako a fight on tho organiza
tion of tho convention, which is to
bo orgnuized with SerenoE. Payne
of Cayuga as temporary Chairman
ind Horace G. Wuite of Syraoueo
Chauocoy M. Dupew will name
Mr. Roosovolt. Tho Black people
havo not arrived at a decision ss to
who will name their candidates.
II1TT-N ADVICi: WANTKU.
Con.eiiuently Hilt Will t lie Sent lo
Washii gtou, Sept. 25. A Cabi
uot officer is authority for tho
statoraont that Congressman Hitt
will not succood Hay at London.
Tho President has decided ho
cannot bo spared at tho present
timo, ns tho noxt session of Cou
grft'cill bo of tho utmost impor
tance, and Mr. Hitt, is .needed to
help form a policy for tho now
colonios of tin- United States.
I.IKI8 IN8UHANCK lUi:itn:s.
Under this hoading, in every
Saturday's edition of tho Bulle
tin, will bo answered, by a com-
potent insurance editor,
queries m rotorenco to Luo In
surance, Companies or lifo insur
ance policies, which may bo in
teresting to tho gonoral public.
Editor Evening Bulletin:
In event of doath of a siuglo man,
to whom is his lifo insurance paid
when thoro is no bonoficiary men
tioned in tho policy. J. S. T.
Whon thoro is uo bonofioiary
mentioned in tho application for
insuranco most all companies
make tlio policies payable in ovont
of death to tho insured's oslato,
his executors, administrators or
assigns. This tho nmount would
go to his noarest relation somo ns
any otuor part ot his ostato.
Curzou Klevutetl to the Peerage.
London, Sopt. 21. It is offi
cially announcod that tho Hon.
Georgo N. Curzon, until rocontly
parliamentary Bocrotary for tho
Foroiga Offico, who is to succood
tho Earl of Elcin as Vicoroy in
India, has boon olovated to tho
peoraco as Baron Curzon of Ko-
Tyiiholil flulnifl a Colonel.
Lexington, Ky., Sopt. 21. Colo
nel Ilonry Higgins of tho Eighth
Massachusetts of Am3sbury,Maes.,
died today at Camp Hamilton of
Bailey's Hoium Cfte
231 King Street.
Hat been nppolntej agent In IhellUwallan IsbnJj
Dlcvcle's well known (or their ability to ttanl hirJ
They are LOW In price but HIGH In quality. They
have MORGAN & WRIGHTS DOUI1LD TUUE
TIKES, flush Joints, Tauter hangers, II. lilock chain
an4 every modern Improvement. Cnamel and finish
equal to any. Fully 'cuaranteeJ as to material anl
workmanship In every way equal to high price! ma
chines lor hard work and wear, Price spot casl$o.oo
ladles and gentlemen's In stock.
Contracts taken to repair all punctures and keep
bike in good order at $1.00 per menth.
Weak from Former Illness His Condi
tion Yery Serious.
Judge Stanley Will Hold Kohala Term-Bradford's
Claim Against Andrews Settled-Other
J. A. Thompson, second doputy
clerk, writes from North Kohala
on the Gth iust. to Henry Smith,
clork Judiciary Department, say
"Tho Court was opened last
Wednosday morning by Shoriff
Andrews in tho obsenco of Judco
Hitchcock, ho being ill with in
llammation of tho bowols. Dr.
Bond, thu attending physician,
telephoned to the Sheriff's office
this morning stating that thu
Judgo was too ill to bo consulted.
E. P. Dole, Doputy Attorney Gou
eral, telephoned ovor to Judgo
Stanley, who will return to Hono
lulu this week and return by tho
S. S. Kinau if commissioned to
tako Judgo Hitchcock's placo."
Judge Hitchcock was too ill to
bo consulted about a substitute,
as appoars by a lettor from Mr.
Dolo to Mr. Smith. Tho Judgo
know ho could not do any work
this week, but had no idea of tho
degroo of his woaknoss. His ill
noes finds him weak from the at
tack of a carbuncle luBt wiuter,
and he is really in a very critical
It has been decidod that tho
Chief Justico commission Judge
Stanloy to hold tho Kohala term
Tho Supremo Court was still
longagcd .wjth McCaudloss vs. li,
inn iniru uay, iuis morning.
. Robortson it' .Wilder for dofcu-
dnuts, in tho ejoctmont suit of Hii
Pilipi vs. Lolckaua and Y. Ah In,
filo an answor of gonoral deniai
ami relianco on slatuto of limita
tions. A stipulation has been filed iu
C. S. Bradford vs. L. A. Androws,
damages, whoroby tho defendant
discontinues his ajipoal to the
Supreme Court, which had boon
argued and submitted, and satis
faction of judgment is outored,
each party to pay his own costs.
Tho judgment had boon assigned
to F. L. Dortch. Tho stipulation
ib signed by Paul .Neumann, at
tornoy for plaintiff and his as
sigueo, and by L. A. Andrews, do
fondant. Geo. A. Davis has filed a brief
for plaintiff in tho action of H.
Zorbo claiming S72G.20 deficiency
in tho salary paid him as customs
Judge Porry baa issued a torn
porary injunction, on the petitiou
in equity of Keukahi vb. W. B.
Kaluna aud W. R. Castle, enjoin
iug V. R. CaBtlo from Boiling or
causintr to bo offorod for salo cor
tain land at lvowali, liana, Maui,
containing 10.39 acres.
A writ of possession has boon issu
ed on behalf of John Hapaogaintt
R. W. Wilcox for land at Mosna
lua, with oxooution on porsonal
proporty of dofeudant for $13
costB and $25 damages in all
SG8, loss S20 already, paid.
The First Rogimont baseball
toam will cross bats on thoMakiki
baseball ground with a basoball
team from tho third battalion of
tho Now York Rogimont, this
afternoon at 8:30 o'clock. Tho
Now York Regim'ent band will
piny duriug tho game. .Tho teams
will bo mado up of tho following:
KIi-hI. Itnirlinnnt. Now York,
Uowor 3b Garrick
Wildor of KoaruB
Mooro 2b Shea
Davis ss Wall
Gorman o. . . .Hondriokf on
Pryco If Fox
Willis lb Knight
Kiloy rf Wilson
Honolulu MessongorSorvico do-
livers messagos and pncKageB
Are In Pink of C'omlKlon for tlie I.onir
New York, Sept. 21. Tho bat
tleships Iowa and Oregon will
leave this port early in tho coming
wcok to re enforce Roar Admiral
Dewoy's squadron in tho harbor
of Manila. Preparations for tho
voyage, which will bo made by
way of Capo Horn and tho Hawai
ian islands, are well nigh com
pleted and only formal sailinc or
ders aro awaitod. Theso aro ex-
pectod to reach horo today or
Monday at tho latest.
During tho past week both ves
sels wero ladeu heavily with
stores aud ammunition and had
their engines oiled thoroughly.
Their machiuory has been declar
ed to bo iu splendid condition,
which should insuro a speedy and
woiik oh iMi:iti.t)i'i:im.
r'fulit on Die (Untie !iitiapil liy MeiliUcr
Thore was a very warm timo
aboard tho H. F. Glade last night.
Threo Germans, ono a street car
driver and nnother a shoemaker,
together with a nativo, wotit out to
tho vessol nud began telling tho
immigrants that they should not
ship on tho plantations.
Tho first mate romoustrated
with tho car driver, who answered
with a blow that Bent the former
sprawliug on tho deck of tho ves
sol. The second moto rushed up to
assist his superior and a customs
guard likowise, joined in to help
tho ship's men.
Tho iutrudors woro put off the
ship by main force. When thoy
arrived at tho boat landing, two of
tho mon waited around for a lo'cg
whilo for tbo first mate to como
u"horo, but he did not put in an
m m m
voi.it.vrnnit ltAXic stands.
InilKirfiint Itulliii; AfTectliiir llrtlrlni;
Itruulnr Army UIHcem,
Washington, September 21.
Tho Attorney-General has ren
dered au opinion that tho retire
ment of officers of the rogular
Army who havo beon promotod
to tho volunteer sorvico docs not
affect their voluutoercommissions.
Tho mattor was submitted to him
in tho caso of Major Gonoral
Graham of t'-e volunteer?, who is
a Brigadior-Gouoral in tho regu
lar Array and whoso retirement
for ago ns a regular will occur
Septembor 28. It is hold that
thoso officers havo separate com
missions aud tho volunteer sorvico
commission will hold after an offi
cer is placed on tho rotircd list as n
regular Army officer by operation
of tho ago limit. This docision
will also apply to Gonoral Cop
pingor, who will retiro for ago
DUIIke AnierlcKn Rule.
Madrid, Sopt. 25. It ia an
nounced horo that 10,000 Spaniards
roBi'ding in Porto Rico havo re
fused to livo in tho island undor
tho Amoricau flag, and hnvo do
mauded that thoy bo loturned to
Spain at tho oxpouso of tho gov
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair.
A Pure Grape Cream of Tartar Poyder.
10 YEARS TT STANDARD!,
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