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J1AKAWAO, . . . JMAUI
. attornky . an1 counsellor
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I (G. .13. ROBERTSON
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1 Physician & Suwmi.v j
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DR. EDWARD. ARM1TAGE
Physician & Simnr.ox
W. E. .McCONKEY, M..D. j
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'V-R. J. McGETTIGAN, W.2
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WAILUKU, .. . MAUI
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30l Judd-Block, -- - Honolulu
AurumxTS & Bulletins
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VTkhki'Hoxi: No. ir5
H. L. CHASE
Portrait and Landscape. Photographer
Kickapoo. Indian SAfiWA
, " " COJQH CURE
, WORM KILLER
HEALY t CIGELOW,
Muin .onice and permanent address
uor. ;itai)el unci Hamilton sts
. Jow Havon, conn.
. For nlc by sill
Lending Stprcriinntl De:iirt!st6
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11 JUL lib
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Wahiuncstpk. E b. 12. General SliufUn is trying hard to .'quart' himself
with the War Department for (lispm'diente of orders, wliieh disobedience
stood in the way of Congress ref irlmj him as a MajorGoural of . regular,s,
and hi lendeavoring to relieve himBoJf of all re." ponslbilit'yfor the soan'dals
of the Vr.cilie transport service, which are to be locked 'into by a court of
General Shatter's first move wao make iwompltvto.surronder to Secre
tary of War Hoot and InspeetortiWieral. ilreekinridge by ordering one of
General Creekeuridjje's ollleers. .Lieutenant-Colonel Marion X Mau.s, to in
spect the Manauen.se. General ,ifter h'll telegraphed instructions to
Colonel Maus at San Francisco tjfmispect this vessel. '
On previous iuppwrtlons of the iI5hnueu8f General Shafter .nored Colo
jiel Mints, in dhwt violation of tborders.of the Secretary , of ,War,i,vho had
informed Generalttha Wen that lmwould hold him Dersoitallv rosittiusiblo for
tem on the Pacific Coast.
General Shaftcri pajd no attention to this order of the. Secretary, but in
addition to this statement came froinT ii:s 'department that the Miumucn.sc
on her outward trip had been inspected by regular army inspectors Colonel.-,
Garlington and Maus. These inspectors denied point blank that they
had made any such inspeetion(.,and as a consequence the War Department
ordered that a court of inquiry be called for by the ollleers in interest in the
Dcpar.tniiiut of California. No call for such u court has been made yet. or
at leastyywr.nijlgatcd,. as is always done when a court has been asked for.
Wasiutioto.v, Feb. UJ.-SSenator Foster f presented tw. Pacific cable bill
ivwhich provides that the cable shall be
ot; routes: To start from the coast of-Washington and to bo laid in deep
sea westward via tho Alr.slcr.ii coast, with .staticr.s at suitable . intervals,
andishort branch lines to Juneau. Skaguay and other Alaskan onmnicrieal
centers; to Dutch Harbor at Unalaska Island, thence norfth of thoVAlautian
Islands; thence cither to the Japan-Russian bouildary, there branlihing to
thoSiberian coast and the Kurile' Islands; or from the Isl'ind of Attn to the
Philippine Islands., with one or morn landings on small Pacific islands' lying
between Attu arichthcThiUppincs, and from one of such ' islands a branch
cable to Japan; otvsv.ch combinations of these route') as may be deemed,
practicable. AAn independent cable from San Francisco to IIa.vau is -provided
Washington-, Feb. 13. Three Senators made addresscstoday in the
Senate on the financial bill, and all three differed as to the ck aid. of .1 money
they think the proper currency for the people of the United ''States.
Senator Elkins stated that gold and silver certificates will be the. money of
the future, Senator 'SProleott urged the use of gold and silver coin and
Senator Culler argued tlmt the-ue oi-gi'eenbak.s will be a panacea for all
future financial ills. . '
Wagiiinhthn, Fj1). HI. "Senator
lution in the Senate requiring that where a word or phrase in a foreign
language is used in any 'document printed by the 'Government, its equiva
lent 'hr.-the English pf thefUnited'States''. shall also be inserted.
Wa-'jiiin!Ton, February 13. The
tion loday elected Mr.Si Catrie Chapniaii Catt of Niiw'-'Yorlc presiditnt ,fer
tho ensuing yean tasueceed Miss Sasan CtA;ithoii3r, who has been active in
the battle for woman, millrage'' for .nearly half a-century and declined a ret
election to office.
The retirement of Miss Anthony
among thoitnembers of the association.
"Wasiiixoton, February 13. 'A telegram hus beeiweeeived at the Jap
anese Legation to the effect thatuir the 11th inst. the betrothal of Ills
Imperial Highness. The Crown Prince to Princess, Sadako, the fourth
daughter Prince! Eujo, was oflicially announced.
' Yaa'cmuvkhXB.' C). " February 13.
represents a companj' in which the Rothchilds and San Francisco
capitalists are largely interested, left here to-day to develop a largo
copper property 4(10 miles up the coast. The company owns thirty
claims on Gribbell Island, which were discovered last year by a party
of fisherman who went to this uninhabited island for water. They
found ; copper seam running fj;om
miles in all, and varying in width
from to $130 to the ton and the
good. Ten thousand dollars will be
in preliminary development work"
fall. The. supply of ore is claimed
Pai:is, Fob. 12. Tho. artistic '.vorld is much interested in the new play
by Edmond Rostand, author of 'Cyrano difWergerac." Rehearsals are now
proceeding-sunder the' direction of Sarah Bernhardt at Iter new thefttre. Tho
play is entitled "L'Aiglon" and is based 0:1 a dramatic incident in the livei;
of the Duke de lviichstag. King of
The Duke is played by Bernhardt.
but gives immense s:ope for the'displayof tragedy unci tcridoruc.-'. She is
sparing no pains upon the part, laboring at it iiwessantiy. She-goes through
it almost daily with the author, and
a man's part goes about at home dressed as tiiO;Dake, the .servants address.
ingYtier as "Monsoigneur."
London. Feb. 13. Mrs. Arthur Ptget's entertainment! far the benefit ojf
the widows and orphans of the Household Cavalry was given tonight in
Her Majesty's Theatre. No state
splendar. Exts-avygr.ntly priced boxes and seats. weru-oecunicd by-royalty
nobility ant the pick of London society.
It was a remarkable triumph for the American woman who is now formal
ly oSlablshed as a leader of English -.society. Rer husband. Colonel of the
Scots Guards now figiitmgiin' AfriuitMs soon to iwaLvo a title.
The total receipts of the cutertamient were $K2,?(0,
Aaixoston, (Jamaica). Feb. .IK. The Briti-rli steamer Tagus, winch has
arrived here from Colon, reports heavy' fighting last week nvcuiid Bnrran
cpillla, while the insurgent forces were-pi'otisingCarthiigenafor.'Uui jiui-jxis'
of ctrtliug oil' Bogota, from mail coir.inunk;atioii. ''l!6dWgui-sjit istilixUicr
assrt'ted. .scmictl tr Aplin'r'm Pio Ho with 200 fellow prLsonor and has a
quantity nf .arms.
(iiti'!fi,',Ti!b,',1Pi. Tiie Autl-Trint conference now In session iir this
city 1ms formulatC'd-iresiilutious favoring government ownership, of all rail
ways and telegraph lines, of-the abolition of all special privileges by legis'
lative enactment, of placing all trust goody on tho free list and of direct
legislation by petition from the peoi le.
New Yonicr Feb. 13. It is expected that at a dinner-to by given at. the
Hotel Manhattan, ejrly.iiext month, John D, Hoskefoller will announce
futher gift-of, $1.50 ),(!(!() to the ChF-ugo Unierity, inak'un hia tottilcoa
tribuUon to Hie institution $8,54)0,10.
SATURDAY, MARCH JO, 1900
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iif-UitMit' scaudaUtin- the sv.s-
laid dir.yi .along the . following route
Money today introduced a joint reso
National Woman's Stiff rajre Associa
oaase-d genuine .and heartfelt -regret
W, Tl. Morse of San Francisco, who
end to end of the island, about "eight
from ten to forty fee.t "Assays run
copper is said to be exceptionally
spent on the property this summer
and large machinery will be put in his
to be unlimited.
Pome, son of NapoloouJ. '
The role is a long and cHfwult one,
to accustom herself more, completely to
function hasrexcclled it in dignity or
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Bfltisli Siii'voyofH ai'c KUIeil by J i P "5T I !
KiAiTmnii IT I At nftrmfc
tliciNaiivcti in niieuuili.
KAXdortx, (British HiMtJiAji), Feb.
HI. Tho British Conm'iissiqners. Mid
dle and'Sutherhuld. 'Wholuld been
engaged in the deif;arcatlon ' of the
Hurino-Chinese boundai'.v, have been
tnui'deixv.l in the Mo4glicm district.
Consul .LitAor v.'its wounded. but es
caped.' 5 ; , '
Colonel Hunt Lout the fitsiis at
. ', 1
CmrsKEi.s, Feb. 13. The "Petit
F.leu" publishes a letter frotntitu cor
respondent with 'the Coern. 'lvy.vli
nc.-.icd the bitttlo of Colenso, sttyiiig
that among the Critish wounded at'
tended on the field by Boer surgeons
was Colonel Hunt of the Royal Ar
tillery, who was s'.ot through the
thighs. riUunt had written and placed
on his breast a card with these words:
'I am responsible for the loss of thir
Hunt was delirious and on the verge
Stiietlinfi Humor About r-'ilOOO
Bmrssr.i.s, Feb. It. "Le Petit
Bletf,'' in correspondence from Preto
ria, publishes an extraordinary ac
ciunt, of 2.000 British soldiers, who, it
is said by the writer, arrived toward
tl (' end of December last "clurinir the
retreat from Dundee at the river Ma
pula, the boundary between Swazi
land and the Portuguese territory.
According to the. narrative they had
lost their way and wandered for
weeks in Zululaild.- arriving whoeless,
m raj's and'dvinu ifiMmmrcr. These
soldiers were thought to have been
shut up with Sir George White in
Appropriation. ior the Army
. Wasiuxcitox Feb. IK, The House
Commit too on Military .AlTairst'o-day
completed the Army Appropriation
bill. It carries $111, 70!).3(U, against
$80,080,101 in tho bill for the current
year. The great increase-is account
ed for by the fact tlmt the appro
priations for the current" fiscal year
were inadequate and the Urgent
Deficiency bill recent1 pawed carried
a large additional appropriation for
the army for tho current year.
The bill includes an appropriation of
$l."j(l.0fi0 for-uable and telegraph Hues
to connect military posts in Alasku.
with headquarters at': t. Michael,
and $100,000 for military bridges and
roads in Alaska,
Tnyloe and Beckhntiirirt Court
Loitkviij.k Ky., ''I'eb. 13. Legal
steps to compel Ta.Vlor to give u
his oilfce to'Governor Beckham will
be begun before Circuit Judge Can
trill at Georgetown in Scott county,
to-morrow, if petitions can be pre
pared by that time. ''The suit will bo
in the nature of an injunction re
straining Taylor from interfering with
with Governor Beckham in the con
duet of thi. ofliee of Executive. of- the
It is the plan to at once carry the
casoAo the Court of Appeals, after
JudgeXantrill has given a decision.
Then tJie ruling of that body will set
tle the case once and for all, and if
Taylor resists after that he will Lo
ousted by force.
Children Refuse to Attend School
011 Lincoln. Duy.
Cmicaoo, Feb. 12. Pupils oft the
North Division (High Sc'-.ool revolted
against thii idea of attending school
on Liucfoi'n s birthday, and induced. 11
large jtsinber of pupils from other
schuol.i to johi them. They jaradti
the sttvots witjihorus and threw peb
bles and beans nguinst the windows
of various school-liousea. The larger
bovs gathered at the school grounds
early, waited till all the teachers had
gone inside, and -then mussed them
selves in front of the door to'jirovent
the pupils from going in. Down the
streets the pupiirf marched, stopping
to buy horns at Ihuncighboritijf store
and then past other schools, where
they called upon tho pupils to coino
ou' aud. assert their rights. -
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'Fine . . .
Low j Rates
uj?je f rices
' .TELEPHONE No.r7,5 .
".Goods-will be delivered at Waikapu'tj
Monday. Wednesday and Friday; nyd
Waihee Tuesday, Thursday and Silt- '
urdav: and at all hours in Wailiikii.
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