BELUV CiOLU IH FOUND, l ue. ll.il.lM-r l'.i..le..ra an.l Taaea (lali era to V) hare 1 reaaure la lll.l.lrn. John Winter, the man auapected of having robbed the S. lby amrltrr. near Han I riuici.ro, Inat week, of t.'Mi.iiiai In gold bullion, haa i feci, and taken ta-ken otlli era lo where the treaaure waa unk In the bay. About half llio gold haa been recovered, and the remainder unly awaita the arrival of atram dredge. The gold waa thrown from the pier Into the bay, and aank Into four feet of ...It mud, and at high this Ilea acveral feet under water. At low tide the water laiillte ahallow. Win. tera commuted the robbery unaided. Aa a reaiilt uf the ci.iifi aaion and the recovery of Ihe treaaure, it la aaid Ihe company will not proaeculc Wlnt.ra, who waa until icceiitly an employs of the amelter coiiiiihiiv. t'ellon la.-li.rlea He.liir '. The K.ill lllver. Maaa., cotton tiianu-farturrra tiianu-farturrra Monday, at a meeting for the purpoae of dl.cu.alu2 the work of re- ducll unaiiliiioualy voted lo reduce wagea to a baala of 17 cent for weaving, weav-ing, the reduction to go Into effect Scptcmber-I. Tlila la about a 1 i per cent cut, tha preaent price of weaving U-Ing lu.tt criila. The vole waa miaul-nioua, miaul-nioua, with one exception, thia man voting agnluat the reduction unly on the (location aa to the amount An agreement will lie drawn up for algna-lure algna-lure and will be paaaed by the executive execu-tive committee: uf the aaaiH-lallou. It reipilrea a rrprraeutatlon of Ino.ma) apindlea lo tnaks an agreement ti. re-riweei re-riweei a.-ei mi aniavaataea." -4aMenet-lug and Voting tbers were rcpreaeula-llvea rcpreaeula-llvea of nearly l.Ml.iiml apludlea. Ilallle.l.li Hea.ly r.ir l anaiea. dual befors the navy deparlmctit rloM-.l I'rl.lny an order waa a.-nl to Captain (icorge l lli-iter of the biitlle-ehlp biitlle-ehlp ImcoiikIii, now at Anacortca, m-iir the I'lli-ct aouud naval atatloti. lo proceed lo Sim I i iinciai'o, from which point the battleship will bediapiilchc.l to runauia III cn.e the atate depurtmelit rcpicata the prea.-nce of a warship on tne I'aclllc aide of the Minima. Thia action wiiatal.cn alter Acting secretary llnckett had received nun the alutc department!, coliiiuiinlcat ion from .1. Ldnard Simiuous, president of the I'miauia Kullway rompauy, aettlng fo'lh the aerlou.lieaa of the altuillloll on the lathuiua and auggcatlng llnil warahlp he aent both lo the Allanliu and the I'aclllc aide. t'hllleaa ProliM-i.t llea.lv lo Nl(ll. Tlie atats ilcparlmelll ha received a cablegram from Mr. Ilockhlll al I'uliln, reporting that the draft of the II mil protocol hua been agreed upon. A tariff of fi per cent ad valorem, clicelive tail IT, will be put in force two month afcer the aigning of tin. Hunt protocol, evccptlt.g on g.ai.la ahlpH'd within leu day after aignlng, and will continue until the conversion to apcclllc mica haa been effected by the expert com-mission. com-mission. The hlnese free list will Include In-clude rice, foreign ccreala. Hour, gold and ailvcr bill. Ion and coin. Thia inclusion in-clusion of Hour 111 the free list la of much Importance, particularly tu Ta-citlc Ta-citlc eon-,1 ahipper. lr...l Man U III llrave Heath for a.-leure III view of the Inteiesl taken lu the itiestlon of whelher r not animal tiiherculosia call be communicated lo human beluga, T. L. Monaon, alate dairy commissioner of I olui ndo, otTci a himself aa a subject for a llioiouUh teal of the no liter, piiivideil a ailitable nun in I y for hla family la aasured In case of fatal results. Mr. Monaon has made a atildy of the matter, and 'a a atroug believer in Mr. Koch 'a theory. Manila I'. .Ilea t.irce Kr.lu.r.l One Half Civil llovernor Taft, In the liiiiuc.ll nte future will redu-w the police force of Manila by one-half. At piescut there are l. loo policemen f.i the city, whoas population number only 'J'.o.-OiKl 'J'.o.-OiKl aollla QTho governor consider l uuneccaaary to have over i'xm policc-inen, policc-inen, aa they ave not rc.iiired for uilli-tary uilli-tary purpoaca. Heal. lis, in Ihe event of trouble, the policemen of Manila would be unable to cope with the situation, situ-ation, .and Ihs military force would have to ba called iiiou.