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. W"f': VOLUME I WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, ( MARCH 17, f.9'00 NUMBER 5.Sj
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ATTORNEYS ELDREDGE Washington, Fob. 20. As there have been many rumors about the alti- FROM IEONOLULU -B
IK- ; jl SriiVEVoii & Civif- E'xnixmnt tudo of the Administration In regard to tho Huy-Pnuneofoto convention, it df.ai.ep.s in
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IK v ' ' Attoi-nkys vr LuV WAILUKU, . '. MAUI m-t tu'o xmnniinous in its support; that tliiy ill I'ousidpr its provisions the , O.annnal RfftfPhflnHioo
, ATroL'N" best that could have boon obtahiodandftho brat now obtainable: that, eon- Huxomtm', IVb. 2, .-Early m the UlitTa! lYicrCHcUIUlSfO .M
' . ".. U. ,J sciuentlv,tlun' all dosiro its early ratification: that thero is no intention
PQ t 4ES .iX M Afc: 1 1 i' luk. . Am. Roc. c. u. of vltlidrawInK, and no belief that itkean be amended to any great ex- on tlie work of reducing the Fa- '. ' VH
.W.v . JSNUiNEF.lt Furthermore. It hits been t ho on n oil of Secretaries O no.v. D.iv run! run"' iciico mm neon macou .
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'A. N. KEEOIKAI
Attok.vey at Law'
WAILUKU, I '.
Attoulsky at Law
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Attorney at Law
. M. KAKEKUA
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Occlilent.il Hotel, eoraer ot King
Gil AS. OREIGHTON
Attok.nuy at. Law
Attokxey "at Law
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-John weddick, m.- d.
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J;VS' :-WAILUKU, . . MAUI
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t'U EDWARD ARMITAGE
i ilmg Physician & Suuoeox
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lawyers of the country, that the Clayton- Bulwer treaty is in full force and
effect, and that it cannot legally be got rid of except by mutual consent.
If the treaty now beforo the Senate is rejected, in the opinion of the Admi
nistration no legislation can be had for the building of an isthmain
except through the repudiation of the. Clayt-.v.i-Buhver compact. ,
Wabhiniito.v, Feb. 2(!. Senator Perkins secured the insertion
amendment in the Hawaiian bill today providing that the coastwise
lV'julations of the United State shall be extended to the island1.
means that all the trade between the mainland and the islands must bi
curried on in American bottoms, as it is now done between the' port., o.
Wasiiixctox. Feb. Senator Clark of Wyoming today introduced i
bill for tl.e admission of Arizouu us-si State.
Nkw Yokk. Feb. 2(J. A Sun cable from Paris says: The Sun has received
from a high diplomatic source information which fully explains the glooir.;
forebodings of English statesmen a fortnight ago and the consequent failur
.iBritish success in South Africa to revive, public confidence in Englanc.
The pVlVhuioj' in Paris of M. Coustans,
is generally attributed to personal
report to the CoverffH.'ont the issue of
at Constantinople. He had been endeavoring for several weeks, under in-
tructions from .Paris, to induct'-the
Russian influence supported M. Constant The reports that the Czar had
resolved to deal gently with England are ontHVAly misleading. Ho not only
brought strong pressure to bear on the Port' .'n favor of the Frond
scheme, but sought strenuously to
Asia Minor. Nevertheless, M. Constans wan oblige to report failure. The
Sultan not only refused to lend himself to the scheme's of the dual vnlliauce.
but ordered his agents in Egypt to avoid raising dilllculties in GreatN.Br8-
m s way. The Sultan s move m
was not the fear of a farther oxtoiir.i.v.i- Of Russian jjjilluenco in Anatolia
Hud still less was' he moved by affection for Groat Britain-. Ho was actua
ted solel.v by the wishes of Emperor
pie is' now greater tjian over.
Pittskiei.1). (Mass.). Fob. 2li. The
from native owners of one of tho Philippine islands was made today by
Prince Poniatowski. a Russian nobleman and the President of the Stand
ard Electric Company of San Francisco, who has been in this city for a
few days transacting business with an electrical concern. The sale wrr
consummated this morning on the receipt of a cable dispatch from Prince
Poniatowski's agent in Manila.
Tho island is Basilan, southwest
was .?.")()(), (HID. The island is over twenty mile long hud one. of tlie most pro
ductive of the group, Pearl-fishing
The Prince first learned that the
native iand-holder.s from one of the returned Philippine Conmiissior.ers.
and ho at once.sent his. a,gept to Manila. It is said that ho has secured im
portant franchises m othor 's'ands
Milwaukee (Wis..) Fob. 2(S. The United Stated Milling Company, gen
erally known as the flour trust, collapsed Saturday afternoon. Today
Judge Junkins appointed throe receivers for the company, two of whom arc
now in charge of the property. Tho
is sajd to its inability to float its securities on the open market.
Tho United States Milling Company was formed with a capital stock of
S2."),(I00,0(H on April 27, 18!!'.), Its
no bills or accounts receivable, tho proceeds of Which would be sulliciont tt
nloot the matured and maturing obligations.
In tho order appointing tho receivers they are diroctcd to proceed with
the operation of such of tho mills as have not boon shut down, and they arc
required to carry out contracts on hand. An injunction is issued restrain
ing all parties from interfering with tho receivers or bringing suits'.
Ciiioaoo, Fob, 2ll. The will ofjthc late Philip D. Armour, Jr., was tile-'
for probate hero today. Tho instrument disposes of property valuih.1 a'
5-H,Miii,iiiiu, ;?u,huu,iiiiii m personal
tate. One-third of the estate is left to tho widow, Mayt F. Armour,,. an('
two-third is given in trust to tlir'co executors for the two surviving pons o.
tho testator, Leslie and Philip D. III.
Philip D. Armour, Jr., died recently in Psadonu,Cal.
Dun mn, Fob. 20. A leading Foreign Office-official, discussing today the"
organization nf tho administration of QeVinan Samoa, said:
"It is impossible- tt) give details afc yet regarding tho form of govormcrt
to bo adopted. Dr. Solf will havo largo discretionary powers and will give
the natives as much self-government us. Inexperience uhd observation will
warrant. There will be as few administrative official -as possible. Every
thing will be kept simple. No difficulty witli tho natives Is expected, as
they aro peaceably inclined." ,
K " ' ..
San DiF.no, Feb. 215 Tho steamer Strathgylo, cm her first voyage to this
port and the largest steamer of tho California' and Oriental line, arrived at
quarantine this morning and although sho did not go near tho wharves at
Honolulu, whuro she landed il2." Japanese passengers, she is being careful
ly fumigated at tho sttitifin, Jipre, She had on board ".freight from tho
Orient for Honolulu, but the authorities thero reifeisbtt ,4o allow it landed
and it was brought hero with- OtfUO" tons more, also censigned to this port.
Br.ui.ix, Feb. 20. It is reported Hint Prince Herbert Bismarck will b-
appointed Imperial Chancellor hi flic event Qpunt von Hohenloho resign.
Count Voli llohonloho has intimated to tho Emperor that he would like to
bo relieved from tiro office, as he is tired of public life, and' his resignation
is expected by the newspapers within a fortnight. It is believed that the
Kaiser will not boa verse to von Hohenlohe's resignation.
Helena, Feb. 27, 'A' Wonderfully rich strike has been maeloili the ,Slip
per an'(irBos5 Twi;c'(l mules' Montana, tho Vein being lo'J foot thiol: . und
avoriigiiig!?20.00 pvr tcu ' ,
the French Embassador to Turkey.
reasons. Tne truth is that he came to
a grave mission on which he is engaged
Sultan to reopen the Egyptian ques
secure important railway concessions in
refusing to support Franco and Ruasrx
Williani, whoso influence in Constantlnr
purchase of tho lands and fra;iohi3cs
of the island of Mindanao. The nrice
is. the prnicipul industry.
island could bo purchased from tho
lor pearl fishing and other industries.
collapse of tho company was due, it
caMi in tho bank is but $1000 and it has
property ami tuo remainders real esf
Hotel Stnblcc Kurnct!.
Hoxomtm', Feb. 27. Early in the
afternoon the fire department start
ed on the work of reducing the Ha
waiian Hotel stables to ashes! A
ratproof fence- bird" lvtTTi iffTOl
around the promises, sheet-iron from
the roof of the stables having been
used for that purpose, The fence
was finished about noon yesterday.
It was decided not to tear down
the stables. Several tons of hay
fou'ild in the stables, wer'o spread over
the earth and this was considered an
effective method of getting at anv iu-
fectlon that existed in the ground:
The wind was favorable and no
danger existed from that source. All
tho department's engines wore on
hand and shortly before 2 o'clock the
fire was started. The work was
done quiekly and effectively and very
little time elapsed between the first
leap of the flames and the retreat of
the industrious firemen. Advertiser.
At the meeting held Saturday after
noon Mar, 3rd tho ground work of
tho now microscopic society was
laid. Dr. Sloggett was elected pres
ident and E. C. Shorey secretary
and treasurer. Arthur Johnstone,
Edgar Wood, Dr. Cleveland and E.
C. Shore-y were appointed a commit
too on constitution and by-laws. Dr.
Cooper, Mr. Seal, Edgar Wood, E.
C. Shorey, H. S. TownEoud, Dr. Day
Dr. HoffmalY, A. Winterstoin, Dr.
Bowman. Dr. Cleveland and Dr. Camp
wore appointed a committee on work.
Dr,Sloggett presided ir.ul made, the
pVtt)cij;al speech of the day. Star.
MarJ&. The Board of Health has
deckled thnt'ny person submitting
to an injection" af. prophylactic serum
may leave Honolulu. for any place af
ter remaining here seTt1'1 days. No
quarantine is necessary. nud after
inoculation the individual is free
to move cb nit at Ids own pleasure:
Dr. Wood and Dr. Day have set. the
example by taking the serum last
The insuranVj.rtn tho buildings de
stroyed in the bii; Chinatown fire will
not bo paid by any of the companies
having risks in that locality, except
the Firemen's Fund anUie possible
exception of some companies whose
local agents aro commissioned di
rectly from the homo offices in
The House of Representatives of tho
Hawaiian Legislature has adjourned
until the third Wednesday in March
unless Sooner called together by the
speaker. This action was taken at
tho session of the House held last
John Enu has tendered his resig
nation as president of the I. 1. S. N.
Co, owing to ill he alth. ' Mr. Ena
will leave shortly for tho Coast.
rnoM Tim mio tiiiuukk. J
Serrao Is out of quarantine
and trying to adjust himself to tin
changed conditions which have been
thrust' upon htm in so brief a time.
With loss of wife and property he
finds it rather hard to pick up the
threads' of his forjner life.
On tho whole the popplo of Hilo
aro rather sdrry that they aro too
good for a twelve thousand dollar
postofllec, Und that tho Government
insists on giving them one costing
twenty thousand or nothing; tho
chances arc too much in favor of the
We ncVoiM'ealiod how large Hilo
harbor was beforo we Saw a dozcitoh1
so deep sea vessels in it, and notice a
tho .aching void that still remained
to bo filled. It won't acho much
There was a period of nearly two
weeks between,.' thV' 'arrival of our
last previous 'muii and that or the
ttio Mnuna Loa, from Honolulu. Two
' '".., v1 V .! . t J,. .
weens or serparajiuu iroin vnu source
of life, r.nd we ain't de-.d yet.
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