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m" "! V? The People 0l (All the 'New. of the ipay. jrf Evening Bur. 9 f 7 I WMM I'roni the lroftrlvc ftwlteilft. TJtjr Vol IX. No. 10.11 HOKOLUIjI?, TKHRITOKY OK HAWAII, NOJslA. HKI'TKMHKH 10 JWKI 'HUJ' ?.!,!. 4.4 iimmwn iiim JUDGE SILLIMAN RESIGNS. TI W8 HDMDH ).. i p 1 . jr. ft IB NOT LIKELY TO ACCEPT M'SSO-AMERICAN PLAN JWtMrml of Tropj May Thmttn .British InteresUAmerian Ne cessities Different from thoscof, British. New York, Scrt. J. A dispatch 10 the Tribune from Ioiilon says! Th clmmedlnte reaulls of tho latent American note was to cause n. sort of ministerial conference to nssemblo yesterday. Several members of ths Ilrltlili Cabinet came up to Iondon In lmite, am) held a consultation on tho Chinese question. The Mluiitcrs In cluded William 8. John llrodcrlck, the Under Secrctnry for I'orclgn Affairs, the Duke of Devonshire, I.ord lAius downe. Secretary for War mid Qcorgo ,Oochen, the First l-ord of tho Admir alty. Mr. Ilroderlck aud Mr. Ooschcu were together nt the Admiralty for some time and subsequently un active .'liilerchnnge of tclegrama took (dace between Downing street and Lord Salisbury. Whntevcr may be tho olllclal view of the matter, It mutt be said that the Rusao-Amerlcan proposal has been very coldly,' noi to say unfavorably, receded by tho newspapers, which Pi ' 'this case It Is believed reflect tho tono of the comparatively few pcoplo who understund tho subject. Tho position of tho United States Gomnmcnt Is un derstood, and all posslblo allowances are made tor tho dllllcultlcs of l'resl dent McKlnley's hd Iters, who' uio anxious to give no countenanco what ever to tho suggestion that they am engaged on an aggressively Imperial ist policy. Moreover, It Is freely ad- rallied that the Washington Cabinet Is acting consistently with llsdeclurod Intentions from tho outset, which wcro avowedly to limit Intervention within tho narrowest lines necessary to effe-ct tho deliverance of tho 1'cklng I.eg.i tlous. I'eople here well recognize that tho United States, which 1ms no polltlrul Interests In China beyond that of se curing freedom of trado and Inter course, should be anxious to withdraw from the Asiatic continent as spcedll as possible. Kngtand, however, hs tho holder of Hongkong aud Wei Mat WlI, cannot tetlro so easily and Is a little disappointed at finding the United States apparently so ready to lend n Killing ear to n Russian suggest'en, which the Iirltlcli critics regard with distrust. Whether It is duo to o ha bitual and perhaps exaggerate I suspl clon entertained of Muscovlto diplo macy In this country, It Is Impoulhlo to say, but It Is certain that the litis slau peacemaking suggestions aio nut liked. TALK OF RECONSIDERATION Geo. W, Smith, chairman of tho Re publican TerrltorlalCentral Commit tee, has, at tho written request of two members, called a meeting of tho executive committee at the Chamber o! Commerce rooms at 3 o'clock this nf ternoon. It Is generally understood that tho purposo of the movers Is to obtain a reconsideration of tho decision to hold tho Territorial Concciitlon ut IIIlo. Work on tho erection of tho power house of tho Rapid Transit & Land Co. will be In full bang next .week. Roberts Strong Grip On Delagoa Railway Now York, Sept. 1. A dispatch to tho Trlhuno from Ixindou buys Lord Roberts' dispatches show that the Drltlsh nre getting a firm hold on the Delagoa nay Hallway, Sir Hod vet a Culler's mounted troops have reached Noolt Oedacht, where noarly 2,V' Drltlsh prisoners, who wero confined by tho Doers, have been released. It Is uncertain whether the main body of General Dotha's army Is retir ing east or north toward I.ydenbcrg. In tho former caBo the end or tho cam paign should be closo at hand, other wise guerrilla operations may bo fur ther prolonged. Meanwhile, a llttlo nioro fighting;, probably on a Bm-.ll scale, Is reported from tho Orango HIv er Colony, near tlie Dasuto frontier, which shows that resistance la not en tirely stamped out, even In that quar ter. 1'resldcnt Krugcr, wth some of hit chief oincluls, is at I'llgrlms' Host, In a wild, mountainous district northeast ol Lydcnburg. None, of tho heads of departments, had any rnattor to submit to Qoveinor D'olo this morning. Nn action wos'tak en, either, on any pending, question. There was soma Informal talk around the council board. ft KM ME! Junior Event Goes to Myrtles and Senior to Healanis. LAST RACE WAS CLOSE FROM START TO FINISH Was One by Quarter of a Length Myrtle Spurted a Little Too Late Leilanis Not In It From the Start. For tho first time since the introduc tion of the popular championship races at I'e-arl Harbor, the Healanis aud Mil ties liuc taken their shells out of thj water with honors even. Heretofore Jt has been a clean snocp of both senior and Junior eeuts for ouu or thy other of these club but on .Saturday It was different Tho Junior raco was non by tho Myrtles and senior by the Healanis. This gave each side a thauce to Indulgo its whooping propensltlfg to the full and, Incidentally. It created u greater Interest In boat racing thin has ever been known hero before. Al ready tho enthusiasts or eludulgliu In speculations as to Iho crews and tho probabilities of victory in next year's , OVflltS. Tliu Junior race wus a little slow In stnrtlng. The Nuul Station launch kindly loaned by Cuptulu Merry, took the Judges, timekeepers and newspaper relating to Hawaii from blm. be belli men to tho starling lolut and It was a patriotic tJlUni from Jluwiill uu4 fully fifteen minutes uftcr arrival Ihut ,fie-o from any uiericiuiry alms, loi Ihu start was made, Tho Ilealauls eiio, his old trusted fi lend did not woiK could not seem to get into position. very hard for Hawaii betuuso bu was Tho Myrtles took the lead ut Iho "ot puld for Jt, und so with Uwyer start with n strong,' sweeping stroke, i nutting a boat length between them und their opponents beforo tho llrst rk Judge Mttle did for the welfuu white ling was reached. At tho half ,' Hawullans, Mr, Wilcox explained p, inle this had been lncrnise.1 to (bit, the people the renson for Uu eJsteii?u lengths. At tho mile boat the red llusi'" mo in(jep.u.iei jsirty or Hawaii, was ngaln raised. Tho llealanls show-1 which ho declaies us the to)ulsts );i ed signs of exhaustion, u couple ef mea i begun to wohblu uud It wus clearly seen that tho blue could not win. Tho Myr-I ties continued their steady stroke and , said because (hat would Inevtluoly )n imssed oer the lino In 11:11, Bcvcral rur 'ho hatred of both parlies, for Mil lengths ahead of the lleulanls. It was tho prevailing Impression thii. the Myrtlo senior crew would dcfeit Iho pioperly iuallllcutlons uud glvjng Iho Healanis and bets on the basis of.'" Hawullans In Its stead the wlina. 10 to 7 wero quite generally made, H"'"l qualldcutloii. The speaker Again the old saying of tho unexpected happening, proved the case, Wlillo (In 'ho Ilepubllcuns und IKiiiocruls of llu nice was closo from start to finish, wu" ho denounced im small ixduloes, (hero was ubsolutely no question about1 Mr, Wilcox ns usual culled tho mis tho Healanis being victors. IslonarlM) und their nons us landgmh A In !h dm. rnre. tlift Mvrtlea eot1 lR'rS Olid tllO WOlKt HICHlleS Of JlttW the lead nt the start but, before long, It wus noticed from tho Judges' launch that the Healunls had caught up and wero forging ahead with a magnificent iiml well sustained stroke. Tho Lot lanls started orf In good shnpo hut thoy wero unable to keep up with tin kill ing pace of tho red and bluo und so wero left In the distance. At tho half inllo boat, tho lleulanls wero about a length ahead of the Myr tles and both crows wero nt It In good shape now. At the mltn boat the red ling wns raised rather hesitatingly, showing tho Myrtles u llttlo In the lead. Incitement was tiitcuso for tho raco could bo called no one's. Just then, thcro was n ).w word simken by tho rovswaln and the Ilea lanl !oat made n hound foriuri'., Im pelled by a number of short, quirk strokes. This was the beginning of the great half mile spun tho Healanis had determined on. Tho Myrtles Jioijtji their spurt off Olarcnco Macurlunos but Ihey wcro too lato. Tho Ileulat'is wcro already threo lengths ahead, However, they did magnificent work, icspondlng to tho call so well that they crawled up, and finished about a quar ter of a length behind tho Jfoalam, Had (his spurt been a llttlo sooner, tho Myrtles might havo tasted (ho victory they longed for. '' Tho time In this raco wus 10;ll. Tho crows. In (ho day's ovonU wiro as follows: Myrtlo, Senior Dow, W. II. Soper; No, 2, P, I.lshmn'n; No, 3, (loorgo An gus! stroke A, F, Judd, and coxswain, AV. Alvnrcx. Healanl, Senior Dow, (, J.llolo; No. 2, James Moyd; No, 3, Pan lion- car; Htroko, Paul Jarrett; coxswain, Oharlos Reynolds, Lollnnl, Senior It, I). M. Cobb, bow; C, Peck, 2; P. T .Phillips, 3; H. K. P. Tnyjor, stroko; II, Wagnor, coxswain, Myrtlo, Junior Jlow, flco. Fuller; No. 2, Arthur OIes; No. 3, Sam John son; stroko, Alan J"dd and coxswain W, Alvnrej, Ilenlanl, Junior How, Mcrlo John son; No. 2, Put aenson; No, 3, Allan Waleott; strpko, W. Williams; cox swain, Charles Reynolds, JudeJl, J), flllllmsn, smmil Jnugn of Om Wrt Hrwiie wf tw rltorV lias sent lit rmlRlwtlon t J'rwedmt M.Kilitor Tills linunieiuent una made by Jiicik tUlllmsn oikI runtr us n ctewt cmt prlne to his many friend altlioutfti at the tlluf of his ppolotimt We had expressed hlinsclf ns doubtful whtHher he eiuld t.wpt tfce petal Hon, Judge Sllllmuu'a ressuus for resigning r bis (frfvrcrnytvfwr iu4iV4 prat the and the fact that he lluds the salary eutlrriy liiadrqustn Juitgo It. I). Kllllmnn Is the youngest mciulmr uf thn Juvsl Jnoh l'r lous to the establishment of tho Territory In, kui uppolulrd by Mr Dole to fill n temporary vacutir) Utr Mr.Blllltnan Kaspptdntwl by 1'resldcnt MrKlulc) for the- tiTiu of four year. He Mill remain un the bench uutll his successor is oarand by MiKlulcy -- I ALUM AROUSES IRE OF IrWENK NT LEAKR Bob Calls His Critic a Poodle Dog General Mass Meeting of All (Parties to be Held in Kink. Walluhu, Sept. b. Itobtrl Wilcox jc coiupanlod by Mrs. Teresu W'lltox ai.d children, airlwl n Walluku last Mon day afternoon from Ulupulukua dlvlrU und ou the fclowlng day, Tuesday, Wilcox spoke to u large audleuoe, most ly Independents, Jn tbu skating rjlik. Mr. Wilcox guo a bijcf outline ol his work as a deleguto to the VuHni States Cougicw during tho discussion und voting on the Hawaiian bill. Hi praised his own woik among (liu tueni bers of both Houses, und told bow lead ers of both, Houses sought information Cuypless, Th speaker pmlsed (lie uvuIuau!o onolher dre-ss. 1 was JmpollllJ for Hoyullsts to asslinllalo will) vltlier U Heputdicun or Demuviutlc parlies, lie , panics nave given iiuwuii u very lair franchise, ..specially (blowing; uw.iy , Praised these pardon III (ho HUites, but "'""' 'Mln "" ' ""' 1,r- Wilcox ' l'i,""a0 wa ""t' MUmimtorr 's , "" i--" " ' '"" """'' lulu In company with 0, W. Ashforil. Thos. Clark followed Mr, Wllcn, Mr, Chirk nnnouueed hlmsulf us u Duni ocrut, and llken tho Independents (o (ho Colossus of Rhode standing nil Republicans und Ihinoinits, but with thn difference that It will not amount to anything. John T, Alull nrouxi-d die Iro of Dob when John said that Hob had ben-n In polities with s.iimh bucitjs us all his revolutions, Hob then Jump id up und called Alull un upe, 11 sm.ll IkkxIIo dog that iih-h uolhliig hut lurlc und howl ull day, but would lose bis Identity when stepped upon by u pu sonngei of greater neliluvoineuU, Tho Independents huvo Tippro.itliid the Repuhllruiis uud I)em;crutH Willi the Idea of holding u union meeting at (lib skating rink this Saturday liven ing, and tho speakers havo been warn ed not only to avoid pcrsoimllllrtt lut nlso to control their temper, Two lead ers from each party will address tho nicotinic. y Delegates Named For Maui District Walluku, Sept, 8. Delegates In (he District rnmmltlco to ho hold nt Wal luku courthouse on Monday, Sept. 10. have boon elected us follows! Judge J, II, Mnhoo, Inela Kahlno, D, J.. )(iiluiiilo III), Judge I), Knhuulello, A. Ahlhoin, M, McCunn, R. 0, Smirk D, Kupuliu, A. N, Kepolknl, (I to. Jlons, H. V Ki Idkau, W, J, Iiwrlo, T. M. Ohun'li, V, 0, Allen, M, Kealohu, S. Kolim, (I, JC. Kiinuluui, 0, Copp, Ham Knlnniu, A. V, Tnvair-s, . K, lliinuna, ., )i. I'll mmm inanu, J, K, Naltlln, Jiulge J. K, losep.irnhln nissenuir on dm MiiiiimIiIh M. II. llHHrr, J. J). 8, Kiilen, 1), yr, Nnpllmu, 13, M, llanunii and (iiiy tuute-, TUB VAT1IMAN.)I.A, rfUfi. VAN DON, All , ! iiipy. II P, WI0IIMAN, ' ' ' I I.I ... ! !, Thn Uyenlng Jlullotln, 75 cents per month. tt mm mm BAP AND, CLE AM JO ACCOMPANY WLECATES Party ,Will .Leave Next Monda;- Marching Club May, Be Made Up for Trip Steamship Co. i Gives Hates, The Jtepubliean Terirtirisl un - !ir-V" 3r.'-f,,!,r: and Krdsy ff next v,wk. This is lb Jluul urlion of the Jtepublhwiu j:xau-; UvecMinmltte-e- UlwMs weeding Md in tho Chamber of Comuwe iUo. Sunday forenoon. The dlw.,ut.U . ieiigtliy wueind the is(tr ;iouKht fi. pW-i nu-Omw" to a JiHulJty without dlsseMjliijij vti'. ....V HUM JHIW4I 9VW 0. fi'l Af.t und plans to xlvu (he MomU K-' eeplfon that wfll nisku the .ujr.mn.Jwi i nieworuble u theunnsls ut Huwbl) l ul I of (he Hi'PuWUuii parly. At (he ioo.uc-t "t thv uwuiiltee- retary Cptr Ibis mowing uiuel to ullow (ho (Joyernuiewt band Ui - , ompany (he iv,,i,. rjie full (und , of 30 pleres will kc well (he (ho "",riM; '" un mw 9ut ini mi iif viLHiuHt ui ino ww will in paid flow prjvupe fgnJs. TJ he parly unl It Is ilbly probable-thai, one nf .'ie marelilKg ubs (but mrr- id at the. ol niy wl ,wwa.j , f Bum Johnson, 'jie Wilder HMuwshlp Vwuimny ti insenu-d (o ullow half rutis fur tm ip und iwwl 'lt die KImii on Mw day, reluming us vm n Iho nven- don I11M Under this .rrunge-, ilwt I uniM wwte un r(P (rt , (ii,u wbl., fruit went ull dWiKutcs will l nommoUt- (bis Courl." u.i .iu . .i ,........ ed, being uwuy trum (heir business ih I. . .1 , . shor(es( time possible, IVInce Ciipbl In London, A letter from I'rlnee Cupid Kulunl nuno, (luted )ii.-ii Anno Miinsloii, August 17, wus ric.lnd by J. V (.'ol burn In Iho transport lmmt Sunday. At the llliio the Mter wus Wlllti, .lie Pilneii hud iiui return.. I from Hi.. IW, Hldoii ut Purls, Ho Mutm that bis IntiriMt was not ki-.uilv ..ioiiuI ...ol (hal die show would nuiloiibti-dly prove ,"'"1'' " '" '"' "" "'' "'' Om t ( m utwitr mmtn Ms tumm In tlm fil (tlliiaiKlul failure. Howuver, like 'in- "'K''r',", "'" ",fc,'"( "f " W'i !, Jf JniiiMtir will, all lb other lliiwulliin whose wiiio published In die Hull days ago, he states (but tho bulldilifiU urn superb, The Pilncu Is .ontimpludiiK ,r(,, llnvillili Klirtliit iim fur ny tVntJi.ti Un. lurnlng li KiikImuI Iiw will y. U, Die Triinsvuul with Sir Vine on u sp-MI Invltiitlon, Tbls sliilisinun Is koIuk Into Afrbu 011 11 diplomatic illusion, The Pi lino exports li; ko lo l'r"lU iiml Joliuiiiiesbiii und Is eouullUK 011 elng Home llghlliiK. Ilunilngioii .'hii Nut AppriUcd New York, Aun, 31. 'J'bn Tilbimu rays; It wus staled ynleiday dial (.'id lis J', llunlluglon's I'slafu bail hii n appraised ut WMWM, H"plyln lo u Trlhuno (iporier's Inquiry i.innni- lug ibis injiiirt, Onirics II, 'fwwl mid It wus uiunlfestly uiilrue fuusuiuib (is no appraisal of Hie islale )ial bun made, Mnnter Mecbinlc l,w. (J, l, ,ows, formerly fo)nnmn nf die slinjis of the dilnn 'vllu hi Meit clue How, Wyoi lias liwn uppolnl'.'l maul or inerluiulo of din 0. t, & If fbh In )imo nf Mr. liohiTls, ris'nnly r" slgnixl, Mr. jiwls wus one of Iho ies( iiim n die employ of llm lnr'ii I'aelflfj mid Hut 0, II, k U, Co, people uru naturally very glad lo ollnln is services. M Coinlnt, TIiIh Yfuy, New Vnrk, Hnit, ,-Hlr Krn'wt fl tow, Hrlilsh Minister In Jumn, who iPiurnlfiK to is his( ufier n dm u. months' vacation nt is home, wim s ' in it 1 1 .11 it I it tuliltli ilftst....! fit.liitr lfi inp(i'itMH i 'MW M'fi iii ir' tt'i will rniss ie nuillneiii by mil mimI will null fur Tultlu fioin Sni ''iniii'si'i), 1 1 1 'iil line nf mImivk giins 11 ru slmwri In Iwulfuml nt MmiiifiieHiiliiii ciiir;. went. Finn Jnli I'rliitlMK At pillce, ho llullulln wmm :Judge jEst G)m is tppinlpn ,pf ;Ship;$ Appeal. W .EMHWFS CKW .LOSE J)AAAiJ; jJUjJ Captain 'Xacaulaj'.lutervenes .frr.Sharc of Dun(rpji KsIvslm Mori Amerjcan Xitizens JJircuitijJourt. 'Jlit J Wilt) JUUx In (be lldJUsJ iUU listre4 Oouj Ibis wotulug pe tu ' anient for M r the AWertwu J.ar)i JCuiplie OUil l tb-ir mw, Jlx M nnA !..!!-r.irt!L .!rr i ,M(I liutlr dlkWeaje ff Uf! uiw fwt As they Mid Ml the-, 1Um tuu Ibev W vt majjI Ui to part Ut ,bl - "Won vlu.1 (Mw at I.K, W tV WHtm unA vtis s m M m , ..IW. W.K.K MH fP ..WHIMW ffl. III iou4af nUt (wxt ' A ,tonl liU tiu UhihU- P wotton I" lb Hmit W lww naiute- Uy IWr ipsl Uim Jiviglttviit l tb M U wH1!,.,. i !,-,. ,tu ui i- .. w should tml Uv i)lmi4 un H Kfound Ibst it Ju4 fA twn pfu4 In tlm umtm W. " ; "' vl wM Km- mU rimU Wt 0- w w Trr'r' pwy iui- j.m. ,w t-, "I lll W'H HWnf nuyuw to a Ui nlabuMf"" H itHMHUti ttnttu'4- mUM ut jhhU h plbllliy m m . . 1lon oil ll firl. . Mr. daW unfaUm to tMu ibt i '"' ""'"'t " don, und w Md K; , riH(H(f rww Anow r lunrr "t'f right Umrir-tlif niMU'f n cti)w lliit .M j,v' ,,4 wr jj iw tor dlsenssion Ozi.nl llbdrA , ,. ,lu, ,ull,u ' .. . . ,.,. .. lb .xpuo;i, MlnK, "Jol foriddi a, a. yii t . 1 a .1 ! Mr MUJIuuubn buflnK shown (ba( lh Omit bud m l'rtd-y Kiw IW du ( Hw Kpp.Uul f)l u nv ..o... e ...... ........ ... ""' tit Ifluiuf lullmi Is iliij ti-itlft Ujs I1-.1t I (. show ihwu; A t)m tUmrt bar lux for Hllo tnumirow. tlm eb-puly i'b-rk won).) m upin Iho nmve-iey 11I tm sur(bn un tlm bond, "I will lw (be liMUf ill iMr 1 Iiallds," Wild til.' JlI'lK" "TIM'!.' I Hi. "'."'" """ "" "'' V '" lbi f.'iill U) (I1.1 Cl(( III! f!wi,l lit Ap Inipimsloiisl"'''"'"1 baying wuk.k ot liu lletln n f 1 1 fl"'"'' 'w """l InclKi'l tUu piMir mu f) suiull -ninnliiK twin it lo v In iuIi Mwlhut It Is bJi1arii, Kill) lhy h- riuht .lu-br Ibe-Juw (Mr sp- r "' , v"u n ""'"'' W Wita J"'"" ,'""", ,,l'"wl1 ""' '""" " w;"'" ii'-i. In III" HiUui.u mulli rol Huirt Ms it. ))mniym, Mr, fliimiuim, with Mm ions.nl of lb tUwt, iMnnuml with u rial 111 ui f.'upluln Mueuulsy, inutlir i't lb tuie I'flfii, tor ulir In towlnu llm Ihnmyimii off lb rut. Ttii 1 Mm Yuii iiliri nl lo i',miwtli)in:r W J. UiMwm lo luloi tmUiiumy. In tlm llbO of Dlibins iiKMlnst llm nilimiu'r I'limiiilmi, llm Court ullow 11I ibw MurslnJ Vi day, wblb' Ibo v wl whs In luniixly, for Ibw puy of n ko.pur. Tbo followlnx ;ihiiiiI ullimn wefn fin lurflllrHi Jumi- l.ylw, (bvirKe Ciil nieis, Ailbur Mm, ). , fi, Von Hum, J, ilu tlimyi'H, Ai II. l'sHliinlo, llsfil Jhmi, M, I'laino, Alunutl A, Din mul IMvwd ih f.'unl, Tlm Court mhipHunil Ihls da Wi'"k, it i) oVbn k, llicn lo loiivriin in lli newly filled up roiirliootii on lb Miouml floor. ' (JMKWIT ROIlir. In llm ijii timml suit of .lolin II V.' Iiil ,id ys, A. Id II. .Iit'l'l It Is slliiic lllll'il lortW.X II I'Ollllsel (bill llllllllff may liiiyu until rlepi, Hi Ui b lunuil on lis motion o Ifilrodiu'ii iww nrldeni'it In show lliul llm iliiymi o ri'm liu hid. i'i llm iri'Uii liirulrml In lis irn,i. mil Hi'llon Mini (o llln lis bill uf iniip. linns In llm ilerrw In fiivnr of iufii ilmil. ilii'lKn lliiinpliri'vs luis roiiflrnii'il llm H'poil nf llm iiiunlnr, Frank H, Tlionili. son, fill llm timiiinls of Hri'll lli'iiwn. imiTUlnr uf llm nsliilu of dims, I', Wall, ili'iTiuml, iiiirovi'i llm uri'iiiMils iiti onleinl dm imiTiilnr's illwlinun nn llllim Ilmil inrililH. A rniiiimn imw ulnult nf genii slilrln, cnilniN mul ciilfo l ., n, Knrr's nmnn Sliest, U MM. 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