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.(Goods .will bolllive.K;ll at "WailcapU
'Monday, Wednesday ipjtl Friday;!
Walheo Tuesday; Thur',"duy and Sat
urday and at all hours in AVuiluku.
livery, Feed (S Sale Stable
Hacks, CariMages, "
ON SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
HANS AMUNDSAN, I'ltOl'.
Hacks and Saddle Morses
AT ALL HOURS
'V'inoyaril Street, YT.ailuku, Maui
Telephone No. 2-3 5
sor.K Aorcvrs itm
Kiclapoo Indian SAOWA
" COUGH t CURE
" " WORM KILLER
IIEALY & BIGELOW,
Main ofllco and iiermaneut address
Coi Clinpel "and Hamilton Sts.
New Haven, Conn.
Foe snle ly nil
Leading Stores ntul Deugiltita
LoNiiij.-.Tm').' 2(1. The British expedition against the rebellious Tagns,
ider'Mut Salloh, British North Borneo JW bden entirely huic-vSgfut. dap-
.in Harrington with 100 sikhs, after
0th, against 1,000 rebels, eaptured two
Irobel magazine ami killed or wounded
The remaining villages
'IlotSnnit 3ul!mMilne Boat.
"W Asiusrrrox, Tan. S?eretary Long today received from the Board
of Naval .Construct ion two reports -on tjfe Holland submarine boat. The
lUollnml, Company had olTored"lp Sell
fcSKij.OOO; to embody certain iinproviu'i)ts in her and sell her for $170,000,
or, linnlly, to build1 two new and larger boats for $170,0.10 each. Four of
the members of the board united in a- majority report favoringthe rejecting
of the'proposition, based on the faet4.that the company U now a delinquent
in the cukci nf the submarine boat 1'lunger, on account of .which the Gov
ernment has already paid $!)!).71(i, with
the near future. If the company inakei satisfactory ,.r,ettlementJfor the
Plunger, then the board will be willing to build one of the large? :boats,
but not to purchase the Holland. fa
The. chief constructor submits a minority report, declaring that the ma
jority did not give sullicient credit and encouragement to thei enterprise of
'the company. lie' declares that thesiaatlt? obtained with the Holland were
satisfactory, and .that, in view of the small cost of submarine boats, thegov-
ornmoilt should iireiMit, t.lin TTiillnnil mill nrilm i.wn hivem1 limits.
ftitiw. tc?LJcmocrutic uciithw
Ftt'A .VCht. Kv. njitiaiVTA The
eueajbloodshed Iiwuyraiw-i J Jucoemu
NmlniQKeulininated to.-dgi' jiif:aiiwi
HelJert hi3;iioUa,ae4,Vti if thw
Senate which was'to cpiJvdSbd.Vv t.t
Z Ti'. ....
Ilurland AYhittak-eiv. a farmer from
ouifineiuy u snot ranji.DUL ircmvu lai'ia. t:iree-st irv IMJllam" W1l:ii. WFpwi'i,w!iii nrrnugeine
iftv feel east of t ho Cai toPlml d nW.''nit4ii1iil.liir w ik,i t.-.- nt,,.. tRMittieneoir-n-'jpy.
nearlyiiixll tho leading; oillcials t5:UicSta!jwor;uor.uylr tw.dithe .Setfre-1 .'.aTl eut'hero'
tavy oittate having room on thei,iirst?.tli)pi"h W iTi . i- lAit,Bv -asc. $l.X.
As- the shot was heard Goebel gave a (imel?, .'. involuiitarv exolam itib'n of iin'.1! .i'.o cents.
pain and made anefTort to drawl his revolver. M&3&jm- kl -h, inbmKrij i.'.,cp
ii. . . . Tit. .'i'jU i.V T
l-tis sirengtn was unequal to ine tasic, However, anqhgnnlNuftm the
pavement. "A ith great rapidly several more shots wqre tirep. tlicbulKuVsjlJ
striking the prick sidewalk close to where Goebel lay. None.of'themlcul'liotn
him. hower. ... f.. . - , V . . .
Taylor, is now in jail hi Louisville charge with the crime. There is no di
rect evidence against Whittaker and he, was placed under arrest because
he was caught around the Capitol building when the shots were fired.
j, Fuan'KFOht, Ky., Feb. 1. Governor Goebel passed a comfortable night
butt was worse this morning. His pulse 1 s increasod to 104, his tempcra
fure. liaa,rifcn to 101 and his respiration to -11. His unrjnnl pulse is 72
and normal respiration 18. . At 11:20 Goebel was resting comfortably. He
had improved"$l"htiy s'mee morning. There is no doubt, in tho opinion of
rfho physician, thatddeatb will ensuooonor. or later.
iBrkuv, January :50th. According to private reports reeeivcdjicrc, the
Cpe Duteb. are still joining the Boer forces. '
JJThe Germans iress expresses the belli f that Great Britain has about
reached the 'end of her military resources, and would do well, to ackuowlcdgo
defeat and concludo peaco
The Krcuz Zeitung, wUift'u attributes her reverses to the absence of com
pulsory military service says: "Among the most interesting results of the
South African campaign is the much-denied truth that tho worth of na
tions is weighed in war's balance, and England i.3 alrgady in the midst of a
,The 'Pages Zeitung says; "It is evident that nptjpnlyjp.ijineral AVarren,
but General Bullcr s wholci'orce has
This it calls "the beinnhig of the
Sir Alfred Milner's;
London', Jan. ;sl. A blue-Wok was
Africa and covering the period from March last to th6 present month.
The most interesting feature is a letter from Sir Alfred MihieAto Mr. Cham
berlain, dated 2jovembor ISOth, in which he says:
I have always regarded u war with the republic as a very formidable
war indeed, owing to the colossal armaments of the Transvaal. In view of
these 1 could not but anticipate a terrible struggle, the last thing in the
world to which I or any other man could look forward otherwise than
with the gravest solicitude.
In the course of the same lo.tter, Mr. Iljired Milner describes tho Trans
vaal as a "huge arsenal." -
It Is also worhy of note that on August 2TJ.li he wrote to Mr. Schreinoiy
the Cape Premier, (laying; "Like yourself, 1 do not expect war."
Feb, 1 . Th6'A;f)oStl&yi( Times at L(pirenzo Marqucz,
a piling yesturdayj -says:
Hie Transvaal thai tho-Vur Department; convinced that it would be use
less to storm Lnclysmith and that the bombardment will continue inelTeet
ivo has deeided'upon a change of tactics. Huge quantities of timber and
sandbags and hundreds of Kallirs have been sent f$om Johannesburg and Pre
torlafotvtho purple of damming Klip river sonic miles below Ladysmith,
the ideiVbeiug to lUxul the town and
unit of. tho bombproof caves, so asto
London, Feb. 1, 4:S0 jffin. The
on good authority that Gen. Duller
thre.e jilaccs, and that'liglithii; lias
fiyltliii!'. iTiiiiiiiH'V"' Klh and
forts uiid two il!ngo?(, blew up the
The 'Dritish had four
efithe disturbed district-submitted.
ti.i'rlraytiild to the flrtyennuant for
no likelihood of her completion in
9 fr n -f-i i r vr wnu fZirt
- eampaign of lawlessness
wnen tuctato.aieeuon jomnns-
- kf .k.-.-.sinalo VHhain Gbebel, the
uM-nJrtrSivp "le Walking through the
niominrr Inatteiiff tjtnt - f-tim
1! . fW f 'eloek
Butler county. Alio home of Governor
GniiJjind Is Viiippcd.
Prophecy Borne Out,
issued yesterday relating to Sou
ml ion has been received hero from
to drive the soldiers and inhabitants
expose them to shell (fire.
St.'.Tiimes gazette says it is ropprQd
hus'a&ahi' crossed tho Tugcla "river .at
ben proceeding r.Ucly long.
Scientists with the government In
Vnslilnnton assert that-Anierlcnn men
are bulging In the middle because they
eat wheat and oats In one form or nu
othcr. Men with laro stomnehs nro
freiiuently promt of the distinction.
Often they stand with their hands on
.their, hjiis and tliejr cwt talis, minhed
iiaek. The side elevation may be stiir
tlluteJo.the heholder'or.may bo enter
talTkmr. or.may ongendur envetouHiicss).
4t'n-Iiridi tiloii the point of view.
ilu'stoiiiacJis are largely a matter of
fowl and drink.
Jf you want llesh ab,Q.-Jt the hlsvaud
r.bdotiicn eat sugar and st.'frch wheat,
oats, fresh bread, cake, pie, preserves,
candy, Icjj cream", potatoes, heavy
isoups, fat meat,' nuts, hatter, cream,
oyster patties, goose livers, beans and
IialKUKIHl. i J ' . i . jy ,
If you .'.are nlready too I.-irgoi diet,
diet, diet, and then begin all over
again. Crucify your appetite: go Into
a strait laeltet: .jirrny yourself In
j'tiackcloth .ntR ashes. I.lvo on lean
meat, eggs, Ilsh and raw cabbage,
brink h()t wjjter. Wulk live miles be
fore dinner. Starve In the land of
plenty. Heeomo Irritable. Watch tho
hungry and tierce look grown Into your
face. Co to the scales every day.
bream of banquets. In three months
your clothing will not fit you. Oh, It's
great fun for the Jailor and the doctor.
IIIm ?Iulmt I.micheouH..
-'IXho lu'deriiig of my hmc.lieivirfdil
o;be a. great nuisance," saUUi. lawyer
yes.t'elay." ""I would go IniOi.a,afe.
perhaps pretty hungvy. but -,tcV.o or
tree minutes" study, of the hugo..nieiiu
would put me In nn.uneertulu. Jrrlta
iilo inood,,aud no mutter what 1'd.ordur
;I Avouldui't, enjoy lt.o.u account y the
thought thnt 1 mrgU.t-.hnvo ordered
something dlltereut amUbetter. It was
like golngjnlo ii public library to re.ad..
vitn so many uhoks mere, .n is ini
ppss0iie1''jo .sit down'anil read (ae lioo.k
t sud to my walt-
Snrvu me 'uVerv ih.v A' .H(!U of ",y
usual 'number' of courses: and w
uder T.'Io rreoiijs you pm keep.'
ftr"l'lii irallnp In lit rtit.
ftriugs"ine every dny now n lfe'rXy.n6hl 1 1 ' he thqught poVluiji?7.V'1ski5'
t!inii-.I-wpuld think of ordering inytjdT ni.. V, orLehua ' Wfc
antl.hVnmkes.from 20 to ao cents byTtneJyxi .ljPJM&
keeping, down the price. It Is a nplen
dld'selieine, nurt I wonderiwhy I never
thought', of lt. beore."-l'hiladelpUln
Ueeord. A ' . . ,'
: : la.
Tlipy Don't ICndiv Nyrvc.
Those who know theClilnese. bepts
have been particularly struck VwllU;
thi'lr nhsenco of nerves. Thee l'orojwner
lldgets, the native sits still; i balmy'
sleep, especially ' In hut weather. will
resjtit the;forelgner a sweetest wooing,
while to the native lying, ohft. )laii'()f
stones or across tho'barSrO'fr'y'Ticcl'
burrow she conies as
course; ivu need constant ejnunj'o" and
variety, they wpfdd llnd cententment
and rest on the treadmill. ,.
"It would bo ouny," says Mr.. Smith,
"to raise In China an nruiy of 1,000,000
men nay, 10,000,000 tested by com
petitive examination as to their eapupl-
ty to go to sleep across .three wheel-
harrows, with heads downward, llko a
spider, their mouths wldoippen and n
Irani which It IsovIdent,'6ays The
North China Herald, thnt In n crusade
against noise vwe can hope for no as
sistance from onr native fellow towns
men, but Instead a great amount of
vis Inertlae, If not positive opposition.
A ClilueNO Iluloj'.
sluiicu stood at Gates. avenue
'eaUuitrcct discussing .a Chi"
"Oh. 01 do Vww.'fb-
"Well. they saSalClilaaimji'aifurst
name is his last naincTfDojjfilStejeiit,
"Tl.mi It ,r,..l.,,.n,,1
"Hut rado It furrud furst, an It enawk
"Hut rado It backward, man." ,
"l)-e-w, Do; IVo-o, I Dooley."
"Iiolght ye re, l'at, nn Dooley lao.
folne old Irish name, but it's tho furst
tolmo lu mo lolfo Ol Ivor hcerd of a Chi
nese with an Olrlsh niune. lie ought to
hang, tho spalpeen." Xew York Press.
"I have been considering your appli
cation for an editorial position," said,
the nianagIng,eilltor. "and 1 sent for..
Ljrou.todny tmu I. might get sonio Idea
of your style."
'Must so,", .replied tho bright young
man. "Well, you will observe. I am
.wearing a blue suit, plain, but well cut,
nnd a-brown ,snft hat; ipdto tho proper
thing for tain time f 'tho year. Will I
doV" ' . ' . , '
In Cuba tlifc Ultchens nro always on
thii ro'of or lhe.jcourtyards bnck.of
tho house.. 'QtilySwIee a. day. Uqes'thQ
ununiv npusesiiiBior servant inepare'
.When she enters
eady 11- o'clock
jc to cook tno
; mi.i'.a - "
WRECK OF THAroHOUn.
, A probable wmdiWgLlanni an a.
ucni 10 a sn,u(ir
the Iwalani for1
no little stir on- the fy!ontitt'icdu!
The ship George Cuji3is7Sh6-
San Fraueivo.ai1r(ve'd"aUiuJ 6
The selKionciiTa-apsit wHhnfy)
of sugar tookaiifrtufr; iiinnecliS Iti
her tripltOtSan; Franfisert.'' Eari
the morning" tbo Pacille Mailw
was made fealyvfor tlie'v l)oricv
bnrl MoNcilibe)gi'W'0d, out in
stream, ' ",'
It was- bSsyif Iltnlft-wluvrf gt
the Maui ready for her trip Jo T,
there. Slmloll' bit ; iitC'7'
Bennett, brtillierof tbefiftipper o:
of the Mokplii; tsllfnig jicr out.
THE ,MOKO!,tI STIVVfDVI'
The luck oMho Wilder. Couuk
boats lufioVlat'q not been yfttm,
illlll lltv UllllIU IfMLCIllilV f 4lll.UltB
i - l .. . . r ...... A
mishap The, little steamer Mo!
while-Mitcring KabaWp.alaoa o
day after; dark got on the reef.
eliorts Aogot on ,proveu unsn
ful. Tlta news' of tlie trouble' i
little .sli'iimer' was brought b
morning from the scene of lluj
dent. Tlie Tivlula irjedla.tov
Mokolii oil' tlie reef.1 Avhdf e- hc.
struck, b,ijt as-tho" Jqunfli,
Unci not yinry powqriul uer ejlouw
unavaumg. -. buo -.tooK, "tne x&
of the ' stranded,' :' stjfeamer
landed it -safelyj.,; aflcleame 1
bringing';. -tll'nciwjJi' '.Tbe "trii
IVUIUU .WIVS-SJKJKCU 111 lllU.-CUilllllCl
will "0-t.tlicLaid ,ifi tho Mokolii.
PresWimtViVirtrtlir. AVilder G'
"pauv stiedliat the laui had W
dispatched- p tbo. aid of the MoUoAii j
i?.ud as it, was Vopptedthat tlit'la4tsr
essel was mnfoQiwater and,ap?
parently- uumjbred' he. Tb6ilghtho' '
11 D TlXlOTi '4
, ..ftitin iScip1: f3ept; tbSaS4os-
he. might corral andiJgV ' hinynij
earn liis mlaiw, luwoamo ..unoiu
party of Kanakas playjiiy cards .iti
private house. He immediately ji
braided tjipm for breaking the Jav.Mil
ii 1 IT. i .,
ino lanu. v uiso ivquestcci in
to proouee ipeir com ami Tcneucn
pany him to the paahap, ,'iThey B
nied that the use of the pateboar
was iur.uny ms'ic v; UVJiPOo um
to pass an idlt liour; tjiay alscip'lM
innocent to tne charge or navjjjJai
money, and turned their Dockets
side out to prove that -tbfyjLjoj
have no object m drawing, tonui
card Hushes or bluffing ,an,4'at piu.iif
dueces for pecuniary rOwnrdX i
officer insisted, however, that in
theory wa,s too well founded tolli
overtlirovln' by such worthless tlivl
dence as mere facts. . .k'jl
A eontroversj en.su5d.,iii(thcyouS
of which the otlicor'drSSvti gsfii;..
of- the ii en grabbed lnft.uvir nncr
-the scuffie vlnch follqwe'ilj,'
ischargeii, whether iim-iu
iceident Is a matter t-v
,WtMk--,- A .. .1 - liV .
ur.u.-fmo oi ijie mifiK,
cast, the ball pass- ' . a
and tho iruhne
pistol as & BluJT. 1,1
"didn't know it, wa?
that always .sceni c
Sroight to the ,at
ono, else. Theusc
bluff isquito ancjej,
suits in some onrgc
limes it is intjiimmi
the blutToe. 4jjf".
and was yes'
that -the b
the man wasdca.
whither hivi tilivsraiv
bune. Fob. J0; W 'i
i .vn ?Mmf . i..,..ui