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HONOLULU. TKRRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. MAY 18" 1901
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Queen Dowager's Cohorts
Seek Place for
AMERICANS IN CHINA
NOW CORPORAL'S GUARD
Prince Tuan and His Associates
Scheming to Make More Trouble
-Son of Tuan Slated for
Shanghai, May 10. It Is ropoitcd
that the EmprcsB Dowager's favorlto
eunuch, I.a Licit Yang, heads a strong
reactionary party, Including the Grand
Chancellor, Lit Clnmn Liu, Yung Lit,
Prince Tuan and General Tnug Fun
Slang, which alms to depose Emperor
Kwnng Hsu, In favor ot the son ol
Peking. May 10. The Americans
have evacuated the districts under
their control, vlth the exception of the
ror'bldden City, which they will con
tinue to occupy In spite ot foreign ob
jections unless orders to the contrary
are received from Washington. As It
would be Impossible to turn over the
American districts to the Chinese, who
certain! would not be allowed to keep
them Indefinitely. General Chaffee, In
onler to prevent chaos, notified Count
von Waldersee n wosk ago that ho
would evacuate today those portions
adjoining the nrltlsh districts, which
weic assigned to them, and the re
maining troops were arslgned to the
The depaiturc of the troops for Ma
nila ha been dclaved ten days, owing
to the transport Indiana being quar
antined at Nagasaki bemise of a case
oi smallpox on uoan. inu Aaierie-un
soldiers here have been vaccinated.
IN CIRCUIT COURT.
In Judge Edlngs' Court this morn
ing the motion for n i.ow trial In the
rase of J A. Magoon.vs. I Marks was
denied. Tho matter was argued by
Ceo. A. Davis and Frank Thompson.
In the caso of Harrison vs. J, A.
Migoon. by consent of counsel tho
plaintiff's motion to amend the declara
tion was allowed and defendant was
given twenty davs In winch to answer.
In the suit of Manuel da Inadros vs.
Fieai demurrer of defendant was sus
tained m.d defendant given ten dajs
In the Injunction suit of John M.
Vivas v M G. Sllva. bond of $1000 has
been filed by tho plaintiff with C, F,
Chlllingvvortli and D. D. Marques as
The plaintiff In tho action to quiet
title of S. H. Kalalnnkcc vs. H. Whar
ton has filed a motion that her minor
daughter be substituted as complain
nnt In the suit and that plaintiff be ap
pointed guardian ad litem,
Ferrelra's Norrow Escape.
Frank Kerrelra, tho assistant hack
Inspector, bad a narrow escape from
geilous Injury or perhaps death this
morning. Ferrelra was riding Willie
Vlda's horse In the "vicinity of the
police station when the animal In
prancing about fell over. One of Fer
l elm's stirrups broke and tho ofllccr
was In a very1 bad predicament for a
fews econds. During tho mtx-up, ho
was badl kicked and had his face
Dllly Cunningham has got rid of his
entlr'etrlng of horses, which he took
fiom the track rt day or so ago. His
ha p icing horso J. O. Mack has been
sold to John Oudcrklrk. J. O. Mack,
who Is no cripple as the "Sporting Edi
tor" of the Advertiser has stated, Is a
j;reeu horte but has probably the
We vv ish to announce to the
public lha , bv the terms of
a contract just slgntd, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Will be ImmeJIatelv etend'd
through College Hills, follow -Inc
the line of our main boul
evard. Con'tructlon w II begin AT
ONCE, anJ the rmd will be
In operation within fojr
months, giving a 20-
CASTLE & LANSDALE
brightest possibilities of' any green
horse on the Hawaiian turf. Cunning
bam Is willing to bet HOOO that ho can
send J, O. Mack seven straight heats
under :30, any day of the week,
Indra Is another one of Cunning
ham's alleged cripples which Cunning
ham has sold to a Japanese named
Mlto, who Intends to chip the horso to
Japan as soon as possible. Indra's
record is 1 4 1 Vi and, among the horses
the cripple has defeated arc tho fol
lowing: Cash Day, Ncwsgathcrer,
Iola, Speculation and others.
Wayboy has been sold to Jim Qulnn
who will immediately put him out on
tho track, ,
New York, May 11. A special to tho
Herald from Washington says:
Olllctals who are acquainted with
tho President's views regarding tho
legislative session In Hawaii do not
believe Mr. McKlnley vlll be Inclined
to take notice of tho memorial from
the Hawaiian Legislature urging Gov
Dolc's removal, certainly not without
a full explanation from the Governor,
Great friction exists between Gover
nor Dole and the Legislature but the
President believes the Hawillans
should work out their own silvatlon
and has taken no stepsto interfere.
Governor Dole so far has acted with
in his authority In refusinc nn exten
THE KLUL'GFL RECEPTION.
A card party nnd reception was giv
en last night at tho WInnc home, llcre-
tanla street, by Miss Jennlo WInnc to
Miss May Kluegel, daughter ot Mr,
Klucgcl of the O.ihu Hallway. Six ta
bles were set for the plavcrs, and the
oung people Indulged until quite
late. Hearts was the game plaved.
Miss Kluegel and George Renton won
the first prize, white Ml us Sagey Soren
son and Kenneth Drown won tho con
solation prlie3. Those present were as
follows: The Misses May Klugcl,
Ethel Angus Helen Stevens, Gertrude
Ilrovvn, Ethel Damon, Sagey Sorenson
Ruth Whitney, Florence Hall. Char
lotte Dodge, Eleanor Waterhouse nnd
Shlpmnn; Mcesrs. George Renton, Ken
neth Drown, Alfred Castle, George
Canuvairo, William Gnlliralth, Allison
Jordan, Alexander Wnlker, Frederick
Lowrey, Charles Judd, Henry Damon
and Sejmour Hall.
For Groceries, Ring up Illue 911.
CALLED ON MRS. FREMONT
Los Angeles, May 9. Tho tribute of
ono man whose life. Is full to the mem
ory of another whoso life was also full
General John C. Fremont was
Bhown In tho visit of Prisldcnt McKln
ley to the widow of tho great path
finder of tho Rocky Mountains, Mrs.
Jcsslo llentoi) Fremont, at her home.
1107 West Twenty-eighth streot.
Mrs. Tremont was Injured In nn ac
cident about a )ear ago. slnco which
time sho has been nn Invalid, and her
apartment has been turned Into a very
pleasant reception room, where sho re
ceives her frlnds. It wns hero that thn
President came, spending n quarter of
an hour In social conversation.
' Franela Murphy Hull.
An interesting program has been ar
ranged for the popular Murphy Hall
concert for this evening.
The following well known artists
have consented to assist: The Mlsse
Wlnno In vocal solos nnd duets, John
Plvcr In recitations. Hen Jones, songs;
Prof. Ingalls, piano; Prof. Perry, ad
dress. Oliver Balnhrldftc, M. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Dalnbrldge returned to
town jesterday after epcndlng a few
days at Walalua plantation where they
enjoved themselves Immensely and tn
tertalned the folks with ono of their
highly popular recitals. They were
most courteously entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Gooilale during their stay.
Araki, a Japanese, was arrested last
night on tho charge of common nul
sanre. He 1-ad In his possession some
1 obscene pictures on which the Japan
ese of the clt) seem to havo a monopoly
for they are the only ones arrested by
the police from time to time on the
Tomorrow Is tho silver wedding an
niversary of Mr, and Mrs. George C.
llecklcy. Tho event will bo celebrated
lu u big lunu at Aqua Marine, tho Will
klkl homo ot tho Ilcckley's. In tho
ucUhboihood of a hundred guests have
been luvjtcd to attend.
On Governoi 'h Appointments.
At least ono change, has been decided
on lu the lecent appointments of the
Goicmor, Tho Supeilntendent of Pub
lic Works, tho Treasurer and tho Com
mlBsloncr of Public lands will re
main ns they arc.
Rnpld Trnimlt Engineer lletlrert.
1 J. Amweg, consulting nnd super
Intending engineer for tho Hapld Tran
sit & l.aud Company has resigned to
cngago In pilvato business. Ho will
bo connected with a ccmstiuctlon coin
pan) recently lucorpoiatcd.
AT 1 II
Preparatory for the Big
Week's Work at San
ALL THE WAY ALONG
Governor Nash Much Put Out at
Playing Second Fiddle Los
Angeles Turned into a
Bower of Beauty.
Del Monte, Cal , May 11. The Presi
dent nnd his pat tj arilvcd nt Del Monte
this morning and will remain over
Sunday at this far fam-d resort. There
U no fixed progiam except a visit to
the Grand Aimy encampment at Pacific
Grove and a drive along the ocean
front this afternoon, and the two da)B
of rest will prepare tho President ind
his party for the ordoul they will have
to undergo nt tian Francisco next week.
Governor Nash and hlc party and tho
Ohio Congressional "delegation also
reached the Del Monte hotel this morn
ing. They leave for San Frauclsco thl
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
GOYEHNORNASH is mad
Del Monte, Cnl . May 11. The special
bearing Governor Nash nnd other Ohio
people en route to San Francisco for
tho launching of the battleship Ohio
arrived hero before da break and Join
ed tho Presidential party.
The chagrin that the gubernatorial
party expressed over tho alleged mis
treatment at Los Angeles became more
Intense during the trip, of the pa
twcnt)-four hours and broko out Into
open revolt here at conferences In the
hotel Del Monte. The specials cars
bearing the Ohio Congressmen were,
attached to the Ohio special at Los
Angeles. This seemed to' add to the
111 feeling of tho Governor's part),
who complained that there had been
an annexed section to the Presidential
party and now w ere glv en third place.
Tho Congressmen somed equally
dissatisfied with tho new arrange
ment nnd finally It wua decided that
tho Congressmen should trjvd here
after as they had dono before reaching
w miKBi. iiib ciim hi im.ui.n-
gressmen were accord tigly taken out'
or ino unu, specrai w.cro aim iiiey rmi0 at Nott Y()rk ,c,r(la. tlll, .
Uft for San I ranclsco at noon while ,,. ,)(lnK (,Rlltecn tl)nla Nor.
Governor Nash and h s party left at !!, ,..lcnc other f.ocks generally
p. m. for San Francisco. Then Col.
j. u Kiuson nnu vvims e.. iiinvianii , ,, C prpfprrc,, ,4 low(,r. ,,nol,
who have charge of all arrangements CcMni ,,,,,, ,Ioclln of 114
for Governor Nash and the Ohio spech 1 Ajnl(,rcst , tho allch rM
met a committee from San Jose and rcmn,18 nbs(,rl,ei, ,,, ,hn Kr(,at c011t(11,t
notlded chairman Minor that they L,,,i,imu(K.,i,,n i..iii,.n
would not visit San Joro as nn annex
of any other party. It was then de
cided that tho Ohio special would go
from Pan Francisco to San Jose Sun
day night and that the carriages then
Would be at the disposal of Governor .
iMum urn. par y .e,ii.my uueriioon.
wras also specified tb.it tho Ohio spc-1
cmi ""mi n-aic : ., .,. io(takn ),y mnDy indicating thit buy
Presidential train arrived. This un- nR foProlllrol nf ,ho proper,,, was still
pleasant controversy started at I.os
Tho Ohio special was scheduled to
leivve Ixw Angeles on Thursday night
but the local committee would not let', ,ay at ?1-a a Bharo , W(jro Irjn(?
It precede tho President b train anil ,ho samo prco ovor 10 coim,er , a)1
the tlmo was accordingly changed and
left Los Angeles nt 10 a. m. Friday In
stead of 10 p. m. Thursday. This
caused Indignation. Conferences at
Iajs Angeles which havo led to tho ac
tion here today, Aa the two trains have
different roiiten on returning from San
Framlsco there will be no more trou
bio with railway schedules and recep
tions along tho way but tho Ohio pco
plo Insist that Governor Nash shall not
bo Ignored hereafter us they Insist ho
has been in tho past three. da)s and
tpenk openly about committees along
their route as to all others.
CHARMED WITH FLOWERS.
I.os Angeles, May 9. From a broad,
blue, canopied pavilion, surrounded
by tho members of his Cabinet, tho
Governor of Ohio and notables from
many States, President McKlnley today
reviewed the floral parado of tho I.os
Angelcs Carnival, and It 19 safa to
say he will carry the recollection of Its
wondrous beauty to his grave. Do-
scrlptlon melts awny powerless beforo
tho m)rlad beuutles of this (loner feast
The senses were suffu led with perfumo
nnd the eye nnd heart entranced with
shifting color It was a fair)' talo
charmed Into (lowers. Those who hivo
seen the Coreo in Nlco siy It wns sur
passed by tho show nt Los Angeles to
day, Tho city was pirked to tho dooii,
It never beforo held inch crowds. 'Iho
population of Uis Angeles, according
to tho census, Is over 100 000, but tho
streets nuiht havo held almost tvvlcn
that number today. Pasidena, Santa
Monica, nnd other uolghhoilng towns
in Southern California wero liteially
CIIUHRUD ALL THE WAY.
San I.uls ObUpo, May 10. This waa
a historic day for California and the
Presidential party. The Paclflc was
reached and the President turned his
fnee to the northward to begin the sec
ond arc of his Journey. As one who
scatters plenty over a smiling land, ho
Is rnplng the hnrvest of Joy, and be
fore ho leaves the Sltte he wilt have
gathered many sheaves ot good will
and nffectlon that spring from seed he
himself has sown. Though it was a
foggy day all along tliri Pacific, with
tho tops of the mountains pb'cured and
tho ocean robbed of Iti usual trans
parent blue, there was great linplpnesi
on tho President's tialn and Jov along
the line In the mutual gieftlngs of
President and party. The morning
seemed to be actually lighted up at
SanU Paula nnd Ventura tind Santa
llarbani by the growing flowers and
gay attire ot the crowds. ,
Defore arriving at Santa Bnrban,
where he trade a brief, but most Im
portant add'ess, the President wtis
greeted at every hamlet and station
along tho coast lino. Rurbank, Fer
nando. New hall, Santa Pauln, Satlcoy,
Ventura. SummerKind nnd the reM
gave their tribute Of welcome. Flags
nnd flowers were dlsplnvcd. Inndker
chlefs waved and cheers sent up ns tho
train went bv. Not a house within
sight of the trnln wns without Its en
thusiastic Cnllfornlans frantically wav
ing n welcome to the President.
WAR OF 1 iiM
FIGHT IS STILL ON
OYER NORTHERN PACIFIC
London Prices of American Securities
Shows Advance Quitt After
the Storm of De
pression. New York. May 11 Wall Street
With both the Stock Exchange and the
Consolidated Exchnngo closed todav
and with practically nothing doing on
tho curb. WallstreU was very quitt.
Although the exchanges wero not open
for business, nil tho larger brokerage
houses had their clerks at work
straightening out the accounts of
specuhtors nnd putting their books
In tho rush da j s from Monday to
Friday, none of tho usual miking out
of customs' statements was il(iu and It
will probably be late tomorrow night
before the balancing i.f accounts will
Many speculators went down town
to await the bank statement and to
get the I.on Ion quotations for Ameri
At 2 p m , London's pt Ices genernllly
sn,mP( n(UnnCoR s .ompared with the
wero up but U S. Stel common 1-8
I the rivalries that havo been cnusetl by
that battle. The heuvv buvlnir In
I'nlon Pnelfle vestenlav nrovokisl much 1
comment nnd today the "street" wastf has first to get to a fire and then
nnmirrlni uhetlier t'm rtniit nf ihistnrl Its stream, the preparations for
rnnn giants wns to be transferred to'"irow'nK water could be mado aboard
lmU Rtnck nBani T1, ,,,,,,, ,)rc0 fnr
Nnrthern VacUc , ,.,, ,niUy waB
going on -wherever thn seller had the
stock to deliver It. It was learned to
day, nlso that the ttmn Kuhn, Locb &
Co. wero settling1 with shorts yeitcr-
who offeied the securities for instant
PERU PROM COAST.
Tho P. M. S. S. Peru, Captain Pills
bury, arrived this morning after a
pleasant trip. She had a good many
passengers for this port, but little
fielght or mail. Thn vessel which was
formerly on tho China run, was taken
"" nl,0Ht llr"' l'ars ,""' 1" nR-
Since then, she tins been lu tho Pn
nama trade exiept during tho first pirt
of tho war when sho was In the trans
Snllorti Have Skipped.
Wnrrants of urrcst Issued for tho
first and second mutis of tho Ameri
can ship Abner Coburn yesterdai lould
not bo served as tho men weie not to
be found. They nro "reused of mnl-
treating members of the crew on tho
vo) age fiom tho Colonies. The men
aro alleged to havo shipped on tho
lark C. I). Ilryant ns the) were told
then- wns going to bu tiouhlo made
Tho Vlro Claims Commission met for
a shoit time this morning for the pur
pose of ((msldc-rlng bids for printing
tho threo forms fnr the work nf thn
body. Tho bid of the lU-publlran if G9)
wan ncceptid nnd tho Commission nd
Journcd until Mondii) next
Iheic Is only nun morn appointment
ti bo made that of Chlniso Intel prefer
No c-holco has jet been made.
UelcliHtiiLV Ih Adjourncil.
Ileilln, May II Tho Ui Ichstag to
day ngrei d w Ithout dobato to Chunccl
lur von lluelnvv'H proposal to adjourn
until November "0.
H J(j BADLY
Have Decided to Ask
Legislature for an
TIG FEARLESS LOOKED
ffiMfjra PAT JAVOR
An Exhibition to be Given This After
noon, or in the Near Future,
in the Harbor-Favorable
The merchants of the clt have been
very busy for the last week or so. do
ing a little work with tho legislators
along the line of nn apt rnprlatlon for
a fire tug for the protection of the
shipping along the front. They be
lieve that with the continued Increase
In the shipping of this port, there
should be protection of some sou from
fire. This need was demonstrated a
few dnjs since when one of the small
Island stcamets capght lire and
menaced the whole witer front.
The splendid exhibition of the tug
Fearless with her fire hoe apparatus
the other day, set tho merchants to
wprk moii diligently and It has been
decided to recommend the setting nsldo
of a certain n proprhtlon making It
possible to hecurc the scrvlef-t of the
Krarlcss. This would simplify mat
ters greatly, making It unnecessary In
puichnsc a lire tug outright The para
phernalia of the Fearless is all that
could bo desired.
The Uik Fearless will very probably j (iayg f8M0 refrains from criticism on
give an exhibition with Its fire nppnra-1 tliu performances of Shamrock II,
tus nt 2:30 o'clock today. If It Is which, It says, havo been merely uall
found Impossible to do this on account stretching and should be rcgurdiM as
of Incoming vessels, nn exhibition will,
be given nt the earliest date possible,
When the committee of merchants
rrlves at the wharf they will be shown
over the fine tow beau The Feirless
which Is In the pink of perfection all
the time will undoubtedl) be greatlv
After Inspection, tho fire alarm will
be given and In Just one mlmite-lcs
than ten seconds ever) ono of the crew
from captain to mess boy will be In
their iwsltlons and the hose ready for
Then the pumps w III b started The
water surply will bo inexhaustible as
all the water In the lny will lie there
to bo drawn upon When jour power
ful streams are llnwlng the spectators
will undoubtedly open their eves
There will be water enough to sink
jl big hlp In n short while and it wMlf
be sent with fone enough to knock
an ordinary house down Then two
nioro strenms will bo started and the
powerful pumps work-d to their full
capiclty for a fow minutes
Tho merchants will see the ndvnn-
tngo of n fire tug as an nuxlllary to a
ro department In that w here a lire en
n tug wniio mo vessel wuh on ne-r wu
to tho (onflngratlnn. That the work
of the Pearle-ss this afternoon will
prove her fitness for the work con
templated for her, goes without saving.
ve-r) busy during tho labtsctlldnslDMsq
HOYS HIJIGADE JUDGES.
Tho activity among' tho competitors
on the program of tho Ilo)s' Brigade
Advertising Tomney has taken new
life since the names of the Judges have
been made known. Occupying a loggia
will be the following yroup of Hdles
who will award the prizo for tho best
advertisement: Mrs. McGrcw, Mrs. W
G. Irwin, Mrs. S. M. Damon, Mrs. A.
Mcintosh nnd Mrs. W. V, Frear.
Itcscrved seats will be on sale Mon
day morning at Wull, Nichols & Co.
Tho services of Mr. Adams of tho
llergstrom Music Co , havo been secur
ed ns 6tage manager and director.
Amendments to tho articles ot In
corporation of the Illlo Portugucso
Sugar Mill Compnii). Ltd. havo been
fllrd with thn Treasutei and wero ap
proved today. The amendments ehango
the name, of tho corporation to "Ha
waii Mill Company." Tho capital
stock Is Increased to (250,000 with the
prlvllego of raising It to J 1,000.000.
'Iho par value of tho shaies Is reduced
from $500 to f 100 and tho Treasurer is
omiwHt orni! tr lumwi 9 flfl nnn shnrtia
nuil to ofTer the same for subscription
U tho present stockholders. I
Illlo, May 17. Kalnuwal (tho water
drinker), a nutlvn living ut LnupahiH--hoo
was brought into town and lodged
In Jill on Wedncsdiy upon tho clnrge
of manslaughter Two tin ill bo)s weio
pin) lug marbles ono da) last week,
and snmu dispute- nroo between them
over tho ncoic, tho attention ut Kalnu
wal, who. was out shouting mjjiali
birds with u revolver, was attracted.
Ho bald, "t,ct out of tliu wit) and I will
shoot the marbles for joii." The cblt
dren ran away protesting, but Knlnu
wal's we.ipon not discharging when
he pulled tlie trigger, they run back
boldly, and one of them struck at tho
pistol with n bamboo stick. At tlili
point tile weaponvwent off, whether
from the blow of the rtlck or other-
'wise does not seem torbe certain, nnd
one of the lads 'was Shot through the
stomach, and died a short time after
watd. Kalnuwal will be held for the
Grand J no'.
Pursuant to the complaints made by
Iho Grand Jury jesterday to the effect
ActlnsuGovcrnor II. E. Cooncr.I
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,ttorny ueticral Dole and, L. A.
Thurston had refused to answer cer
tain questions propounded by that
body. Citations wero lsued on the or
der of Judge Humphreys, directing
each of the above nimed gentlemen to
appear before him. nt 10 o'clock Tues
day, May 21, and show cause, If any
they can why they should not be re
quired to answei the Interrogatories.
DR. COPER IN IIILO,
Illlo. May 17 Dr. Cofer. represent
ing the I'nlted States quarantine ser
vice In this Terrltoiy haB spent a busy
week In Illlo and vicinity gathering
data which will be forwarded to head
quarters at WnBhlngton, relatlvo to
quirnntlue facilities at this port. Dr.
Cofer when interviewed by a represen
tative of the Tribune, said:
"There are three points under con
sideration for the loatlon of this sta
tion. One Is nt Onnmea gulch, one nt
Cocoanut Istand, and one nt Puhl, three
or four miles down the coast You may
Mfely sav, however, that Cocoanut Isl
and doesn't stand In any danger of
being sarrlllced. As to the other two
places I am not nt liberty to express
tiny opinion. Tribune.
ONLY TUSTING HIIAMROCK
Ijindon. May 11. The Field In to
tests. Tho Field praises tho faultless
manner In which sho opens and leaves
tho water, declaring that tiny adverse
criticisms ns to her wave making
should be dismissed ns worthless.
"Although tho ex-challenger appears
to bo faster than when she met the
Columbh," snj s tho Field, "there are
no meuns of prov ing that the is faster
s She Is under different trim with a
longer load water line. ' Therrfti
will be dinicult to estimate the il
ThernftircT Itfwtth thn reclpts,
ence In speed between tho challenger,
and the Columbia."
CALIFORNIA WON OUT
Seattle. Ma) 10-CMlfiiruli proved j lonsistiney. A mi e nil loiiowci'in
her right to tho title of tho elinniplourefi,ri1 to Makckau s political stand
of tho Co.t by defeating WnKhingion lnK- " ll "" Pa"s,,, off lnind.
toda) In tho track meet b) tho scoro A" adjournment wns taken until
of 81'5 to 3314. Wnsl.lngton took I Monday before nny further action could
111 st phecs In the broad Jump, tho dis
cus nnd tho 4.0-)ard. Jack Hoffmann
siaceeded In breaking tho Coast
remrd nf 11 feet 3' 4 luches In tho vault,
held by Cutter of tho 01)mplc Ath
letic Club, by clearing II feet 7 Inihes
Nii other iccords wero broken, except
tho discus throw, which went tu Ore-
goii. T ho closest rnco was the 40-yurd
which the judges gavo to Chectnut of
Washington, although It seeined to
many to bo a dead bent with Squires.
Plaw won tho weights casll) and got n
record with a good throw In tho discus.
PREMIER CECIL RH0DD8.
Capo Town. Mny 11. Tho South AT
lk an News today declares It has been
decided to leconst
nut tho Ministry, I tciit4 3.3,. molasses sugar, 3c He
ns Premier, Dr. Ja- flned-Qulet; crushed. C 0,"c; powder
w Ith Cecil Ithodes ns
meson ai colonial secretary nnd Sir
John Gordon Spring as treasurer.
The Premier (Sir John Gordon
Sprlgg) however, authorized a state-
niont that there was no foundation for
tho reportH of
tho reconstruction of
SHAMROCK II. INJURED
Southampton, May 9. Tho two
Shnmrocks Btnrtcd nt midday today In
u raio from H)the to We) mouth, a dis
tance of slxt) miles. OR the Needles
thn Shamrocks ifero caught In a fierce
squall, The Shamrock II lost her gait
and guff topsail jard. Sir Thomas Up
ton had a narrow e-scai 0 from being
hurt by a falling block, Tho sails of
tho yacht wero wreeke-d and she return
ed to Southampton for repairs.
ArtLcngue Lltcrnry Circle.
All the members of tho Kllohan.i Art
Leaguo Interested lu tho work ot the
Literary Clrclo of that organization
uro Invited to attend n meeting to be
hP''1, mJ; l fc 0"l;,,,ck; "l "'" ,",m,,
,f Mrf' l ;, r,tnr ,l'n',hoV NS ork fl"
It I lr. In li III La illinllfpnil
j til? clrclo will bo dUcussed.
SuccexHor to Klnti I'dwiirtl,
I.undon Mil) It At n general meel
Ing of thn Hojal Yacht Squadron In
Iondon toda) tho Marquis of Ormondo
was eleited Commcn'oro, In succesilon
to King IMwartl. Thn Duko ot Leeds
was elected Vlco Commodore.
Mnrtiilt Ito Kcrloimly III,
1indon, May 10. Mnrquls Ho, ac
cording lo a dispatch to tho Dally Mall
from Yokohama, Is suffering from
brain tiouhlo and Is not likely to ro
Riuno olllce-. The correspondent s.i)s
tho Mlnlstcr'-il deadlock continues.
Ell) IBS A!
House Talks Against
Time in Afternoon
A1AKEKAU DENIES THAT
HE IS NOT A H0ME.RULER!
Makainai Would Cut Down All Sala
ries Fifty Per Cent-Emmeluth Has
Not Resigned From Finance Committee-Plenty
Putting It In Knulho's own words.
there nrc- other windy districts besides t
Kohnla There seems to be a general ,
npnnmrnt fin iIiIm nnlnt All hn Vmr
to be a general .
it All the Ben- 7,, f
rdny nftcrncJnVtf T" A
d to Hi som- y TU
nn An n result 1 '" i
rescntntlves at )csten!
session wero cdtcrmlnc
thing on over) question. As a' result
the solous shot off their oratory TWiIjftcgn
eloquence as freely ns tho flu front ';Vrt';
euuh water uoiuu ai a aunuay scnuoit i- yr "
rlcnic jr t AH-
ri....-n .. . ..i ..11. t.... .....I.... am
the day onl) three unimportant vott;. "
were taken. "4H v '
In the afternoon after the. first burets , . I
of eloquence had been exchanged, .
Makckau made a motion to bring tIio Vy
salary bill up for third reading ThajT
motion was carried and the bill rend.
Then began the noise. A) let t moved
to ralso the Item for stenographers .
from $4000 to $9C0O as the flrBt figure ' l
was entirely Inadequate jjM
Pri-ndergast who has been absent fore J-tVA
several da)s, started In to make up for 4 V . .
lost tlmo nnd gave quite 11 little lee- ",, VV
turo on stenographers and reporters Jo' V l ft
general He stnted that, besides r.""K4f . fi 5
Ing their kalarles, they were iicefuyj; ' J?J
tomed to charge for transcribing the , il
In view of this fact, Monsarrat movv' I
ed to refer the Item on stenographers "J i
to a special committee. Theicom'mlt- j
tee appointed consists of Prendcrgast, ""'Xji
MnRHm.in nnd Mnnaarrnt. ir-4..'!i
Makntnal moved that nil tho salaries V.3
VV ClIL Ud J'Vl tcm, IU UIUV1 IV iiijuh
tho appropriations down to correspond.
Ith thn reclpts. ,,., .
Makckau objected, stating that. It'"-
wns Just nnother way of llrlng out th
I men tho Home Killers bad Just appoint
Hmmcluth stnted thit any one as
lukewarm ns the preceding speaker
could not talk on such subjects with
bo taken on the bill.
LIST OF BOERS KILLED
Umdon. May 11 I.onl Kitchener ro-
ports to tho War Ofllco under date of
Pretoria, Ma) 10. as follows:
'Slnco May 5th. twenty-eight Doers
havo been killed, six wounded and ISO
taken prisoners, and 103 havo surren
dered. Nino thousand roumln of am
munition, 230 wagons, 1500 horses and
large quantities of grain nnd stock
havo been captured.
Late Sudor Market.
New York, May 11. Sugar Ilaw,
lt.ni full- mflttlni- 3V.' KiintrlftMml Hit
ed, 5 05c; granulated, 5.55c.
Castle and Ilrock played their match
In the scml-ilnnls of tho tennis tourna-
Intnt cnr, ,,,, mornlnB. Cn8tIo won
out. G-4, C-4. Ho will play tho winner
or tnc uooKC-Kiston mairn on Monday.
A slioe that would fityotu
feet look well and always '
feel good. - 1 he J. 'A.
UantstiT and the Strong ,
and Garfield Sho. w ill give
you satisfaction in cveoU
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