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Attouney at Law
. ' G. B. ROBERTSON
', , ArronSEY at Law
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& DR. EDWARD ARMITAGE
Physician & Surceon
W. P. McCONKEY, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon
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DR. HENRY E. WINSIiOW,
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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1900
Waskincjtok, March 14. The
day roauhocl a partial agriVjmonl
louse bill, Avhicli apiiropriiilos
passed immediately. The bill for u dxvil fvernment of the island
is to be taken up and disposed of as m as possible, and the tariff
bill is to bo delayed for the prtfscnw while a committee of seven
Senator inay b'c .selected by Cljnirmun Allison to try to compro
mise differences (in the revenue
Republican Senators generally
incut was reached after a caucus
Washington! March 14. Owing
Grosvenor, Chairman of the House Committee on Merchant Marine
and Fisheries, no report on the shipping subsidy bill has been sub
mitted to the House. Grosvenor
in favor of the passage of the bill
covered, and in this report his Republican colleagues on the com
mittee will concur.
Yokohama Mar. 14-. Marquis
ger of war betwe'en Japan and Russia. Ho says Japan and Rus
sia have agreed by treaty not to
Russia must bo regarded as sinct're. Ho denied that Japan desired
to pursue a colonial policy, but
national defense. Japan had no
He said England. Japan and the
ation of China's integrity, and
world's markets by the development of China. Ho thinks the
United States must mix in the politics of the world to secure com
merce. Ho believes England will come out of the South African
Avar greater than ever.
Auckland (K Z.j, Mar. 14.
1st report that the Gorman Hag
ence of the treaty officials and of
president of the municipality, is
merly Vice-Consul at Sydney, Avill
A public reconciliation took place at the Hag hoisting between
Mataafa and Tamasese. The Supreme Court, the Municipal Coun-.
cil, the municipal magistracy and the Consular courts Avere abol
ished. The hvws Avill remain in force as at present. The natives
are all quiet and aAvaiting news from Germany as to the form of
The following is the text of Tjord
Office announcing his occupation
"Bloemkontkin. Mar. 18-S P.
the bravery of her majesty's soldiers the troops under my com
mand have taken possession of
iioav Hies over the Presidency,
Steyn, late President of the
member of the late executive government, the Mayor, the secre
tary to the lalciGovornor, the Landrost and other officials met me
tAVo miles from the town and presented mo with the keys of the
Ladysmith, Wednesday. Mar.
ted in several strong positions near the junction of thoBrakenberg
and the Biggarsburg ranges.
on PongAvoni Kop, at.Hlatukulu
Avellis at Gibson's Farm near Cundyeleugh pass. General Hunter
now commands the division. Both men and horses of the relief
column are completely recovered
The reconstruction of the raihvay
Berlin-, Mar. 14. The Aveekly
Avho is a Avell-knoAvn professor and
Count von Buelow, asserts today
beginning of the war in South Africa, gave a formal pledge that
Russia Avould not take advantage
a further Asiatic advance. The
informations is authentic
Cape Town, Man 14.-Tho British troops undtir Lord Methuon
nave returned id Kimberley from the occupation of Boshof, Orange
Free State. Guns and 70,000 rounds of ammunition Avero seized,
and a strong garrison Avas left to
Six Boers Avero arrested there
all the residents Avero Avearing
lost -200 men at the battle of Belmont,.
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Neav YouiC', Maivl.TT-A djspatch frcivn President Kruegor to
the Evening 'Journal, daled Pretoria, March lBthi 8 Pi "M., via
Berlin, says: ",l 1 1
'The burgliers Avill only cease
are returning in good order to
The Natal campaign Avas longer
The British Avill never reach Pretoria. The burghers, Steyn, Jou-
bort unci myself, us avoII us nil the
differences. God Help us."
London, March 15. A djspatch to the Daily1'! Chronicle from;!
Bloemfontein, dated 'lucsday evening, March lath, says: Bloem
fontein surrendered at 10 o'clock toxdajs: It AVis occupied at noon
President Steyn, Avith a majority
Do'iiiux, Monday Mai'. 'l -
Germany lor mediation or mte-r'
tain, Germany has replied that
is in no Avuy concerned m ina connect.
Buenos Ayhes, Mar. 14. Tho
has been somi-offieinlly recognized as of a "mild type." There
luiA'o boon twenty-three deaths
Sydney, CN. S. W-.). Mmv 14.
plague has occurred hero r.nd two
Reirablicun Senators in caucus to
on EArto Rican lcgislatioh. The
i'.UQO.OOO, is to be talren up and
bill and secure a measure which
can Support. This partial agree
lusting from 2 o'clock until after
to the illness of Representative
will prepare an exhaustive report
as soon as he has sufficiently re
Ito declares that there is no dan
encroach upon Coroa and that
Hint her army and navy Avore for
in one's1 for war or airjrrnndizement.
United State's AVfre for the preser-
that he anticipated no danger to the
Advices from Samoa, dated March
was hoisted tit Apia in the pres
Mataafa and Tamasese. Dr. Solf.
Governor. Herr Knipping, for
act as chief Judge and Vice-
Roberts' dispatch to the War
of Bloom fontein: .
M. By the help of God and by
Bloemfonlein.(. The British Hag
evacuated last .evening by Mr.
Orange Free Stale. Air. Fraser.
14. The Boors have been loca
They have heaAy guns in position
and in the Ompati mountains, as
and now in the1 pink of condition.
from Ladysmith to Dundee is
rovicw'or of the Kreuz Zeitung,
entertains close relations Avith
that Emperor Nicholas, at the
of England's complications for
Kreuz Zeitung declares that this
guard the town.
on charges of reason; Nearly
mourning, as the. Boshof commando
fighting AVith death. Our forces
our line of dofenso on our oavh soil
in our favor than Ave expected.
othOrs, arc united. TWrc arc no1
of the fighting burghers, has Jled
fTl'' - Transvaal having appeojed to
cnlion m the Avar Avith Great Bri
she declines to intorfdro, as she
outbreak of bubonic pluguo hero
Avithin two months.
Avothor death from bubonic
fresh cases have developed
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TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS im YctlCSOIl 1
Bryan will make a number of
speeches in California and Oregon in
The consumption of beet sugar is
steadily increasing in the United
Another lriarvelously rich gold field
Kit) miles froin Caps- ttdnlc has been
admit that tho Hague peace trbhfer
ence was a failure.
The Senate committee unanimously
favor the construction of thU Pacific
ble by the government;
Goner J. Otis has cabled thh Win-
Department pro log ting against wo
men eor-lng lo the Philiimines.
Mrs: Henry W. La.wton, wife of the
ate! Go .oal Lawton has returned
from tho East to Rcdlands, Cali
fornia. Tho peric-d allotted frir the ratifi
ition of tho pending French-Ameri
can reciprocity treaty has been ex
Francis HbdgSon Biirnbtt, author
of "Little Lord Fauntleroy" has mar
ried her Tonnbr secretary) Stephen
Rev. Charles Sheldon assumed the
ousmess and euitdnal mauagomont
of the Daily Capital, on Monday,
British and German. Uitlanders
are leaving tho Transvaal' in conse
quence of the insecurity aroused by
Sir Thomas Lip ton will challenge
tor the America's cup in 1!HI1. lie
will sail either tho improved Sham
rock or the Erin.
The lr.test news froin Colombia is
that the revolution will last for a
year yet, at least. Business is at a
standstill and foodstuffs are very
Rev. Charles Sheldon, editor of the
Christian dally of Topeka, starts to
England, May 1st to conduct a two
months campaign for 'Practical
in xno trial qi a divorce case in
New Jersey, in which one of the part'
ies resides in Honolulu) held that the
Hawaiir.n Islands are a part of the
United States. p x
Rev. Thomas K. Bcechor, eldest
brother, aud Mrs. Mary Foote Beech
er Perkins, sister of Rev. Henrv
Ward Beechcr and Harriet Beecher
Stowe, both died March 14.
Hie Portuguese authorities at
Lourcnzo MarquCz have, at the re
quest of Great Britian, arrested four
Germans bound for Pretoria with
arms aud letters of introduction from
Dr. Lo; Is.
".ut . ' .
A sjn'1 raent of fr eases of Reming
tons an.l a large amount of ammuni
tion loft New Orleans ostensibly for
tho Guatamalan Governi'nent. These
shipments indicate the usual spring
Mont.-.guc White confirms the
rumor that tho Boers Avill utterly
destroy Johannesburg if forced to do
so, as Petoria Could not be defend
ed if J j'.-.annesburg were permitted
to ronu.in as a base of operations for
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Rudyard Kipling cabled from South
Africa to Harper's Weekly m jlqng
account of wluvMhp- tallk '"British
disloyal t,,Yl',.r.'Jerrlng to It i as 'the
sin of witc,hjuaft." The burden of
his coirplaint.is that British civil au-
thorites iu Cape Town wink at semi
treasonable acts, and to quoto his
own word?, ."tho Government will
take care that it does not pay any
ono to bb loyal."
Tho Holland Torpedo vessel gavo
a successful performance beforo tho
Naval Affairs committee, making
four dives. On hor flrrrt; divo she
remained submerged ten nmutes:
going u straightaway course nearly
a mile. Coining to the surface, she
discharged a torpedo gun, and then
turning, she dived again Immediately
aud cr.:ue up some distance away.
Members of the committeo say they
ecr' v? . - the boat a success
NUMBER 7 !;M
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Monday. Wednesday and Friday; at
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urday; and at all hours in Wailuku.
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Goods Delivered Daily ,
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