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WAILUKU, 'MAUL H. I., SATURDAY, AP$IL J 4, 1900
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London, .March 31; 4:15 a. in, The head of the army of Lord
Roborts is now about twcnly-ono miles north of Blocmfontcin. It
occupies u cluster of hills' won fromlhe Boers after a stiff tiglt. in
which the British lost seven ofneers and 100 men.
The reason Svliy a hot chase was
Olivier is that' Lord Roberts did
transport. General Frohrh lost wQ horses in the 'relief of Kim
borly and' the pursuit o'f dencral Qronje. Lord Roberts lost ,3.000
transport cattle at
t Watervaal Drif t.'a
lis since tjie forward
,000 o,ther animals since tjie forward movement began on Feb. 1J.
The .advance beyond Bloemfontein is through a bare country and
tho.s,upply piHpers foresee nn4upfjH'3Hig dilliculty in )rovidinij for
itter is working smoothly and with ample rolling stock.
London. March 29. The Pretoria correspondent of the Daily
Mail, telegraphing yesterday, says:
"General Joubert died of ,poritonilis. The funeral will take place
tomorrow (Thursday). The Government is plcadiug with the
widow to allow a temporary interment hero, with a state funeral.
Joubert always expressed a desire
built on his farm.
His successor in ,lhe chief command will probably be General
Louis Botha, now commanding m
London, March 00.- Queen Victoria has cabled to Lord Roberts
isking him to convey to Mrs.Joubei;fc. widow of General Joubert,
tier sympathy at the loss of her
British people always regarded
dior and honorable fooman.
London, March CO. The War
from Lord Roberts to the Secretary of War:
"Bloemfontein. March 80.
on our immediate lroiu ana tiicir
who surrendered, ! found it necessary to drive them from some
kopjes they had occupied near
miles south oJ Brandfort.
carried out by (he seventh division, assisted by the first and
third cavalry brigades under French and Le Gallais' regiment
3l mounted infantry. The
mil our troop now hold the kopjes.
London, Mar. 28, 5 A. M. The-
prominence to the folowingTdispa,tclwfroui Odessa:
"Tiiero can oe no longer any
like preparations now being completed, in SonjLh Russia. Nearly
250,000 troops have already icn
Black Sea squadron, with transports, is held in instant readiness.
"The tension in the relations between St. Petersburg and the
Sublime Porte becomes every
looked upon with the gravest apprehension.
'If the Ottoman .Government,
prove stubbornly intractable with
demands in Asia Minor, serious
ensue. The Russian garrisons ;in
Armenian frontier have been increased fourfold and cqu'pped for
.ictive service." .
London, March 234 A, M.
have gotten his 5000 men and twenty-five inilqs of wagons into ruj
?cd country, -where he can make-
Charles Williams, tho military expert, says:
"If tins column gets through
ried out the great feat of the war,
of being ground between tho upper millsjtone of Lord Roberts
army and tho nether millstone of
will nave done it within tilty mues or so oi Lord Roberts' main
strength. Certainly it looked for a week though Lord Roberts held
Olivier in the hollow of his hand.
stud with even 51000 men it will be an important addition to the Booi
gathering Jher.e. His escape is attributable in part to tho worn out
condition of tho British cavalry
The correspondent of tho Daily
graphing Sunday says,: The TranswuU War Qlrice announces that
tne soutnern cpmmand.os irom
the main body within forty-eight
that Commandant Olivier and Commandant Groblor may bo cut off,
The Boers, aro having a little
boldness again, as a raiding party
tho British forces at Wai'ronton
the intention of cutting tho railway Ion miles west.
Lord Roberts' transports appear to have been badly dislocated
by tho loss at Reit river, before Cronje's surrender, of the wagon
train and in addition to this the
advance toward Pretoria is nearly
ion tnousaiid transport, cavalry and gun animals aro duo to ar
rive at Cape ports during this and
it is given out at (Jape Town
be delayed for a month. Although siu'h statements should be ro
ceived with reserve, it seems positivo that lie intends to go to Capo
Town to meet Lady Roberts, who is duo to arrive there in ton
The War Office has issued another table of British lossos, show
ing an aggregate of 16,652, which
been invalided home.
Yokohama, March 27. A Russian squadron has arrived at
Chemulpo. It is believed this
of land at Masanpho, a small harbor twenty miles south of Cho
mulpo, and is arousing uneasy
i eking, luarch zt. The "Boxer movement m tho north is as
suming alarming proportions.
an indecisive but sovero fight
ers" and imperial troops at Yen
force numbered about 1500 men
on. both sides)
i not made after Commander
mit wish to wear out the cavalry
:d it is estimated that he has lost
to bo buried m a mausoloum
husband, and to tell her that the
the dead general as a gallant sol
Office has issued the follo-,vhir
Owing io the activity of the enemy
Hostile action toward bursrliers
Kareo Siding Station, a few
The operation was successfully
enemy retreated to Brandfort,
Standard gives double-leaded
i . i . -
doubt as to tne object ol tlio war
mobilized for active service. The
day more acute. Tho position is
supported by Germany, should
regard to Russia's concessionary
complications must inevitably
the Caucasus and along the
Commandant Olivier appears to
an easy rear-guard defense.
substantially Olivier will have car
seeing' that ho ran every chance
the broken Basnto frontier. He
If Oliver gets through to Kroon
News at Lourenzo Marquez, tele
Lolesb.erg juju fcjtromborg will join
hours. Sqmo apprehension exists
good luck and are showing some
estimated at 4pQ is believed by
to have headed for Jacobsdal, with
army with which ho purposes to
double that of tho earlier rapid
tuat lord itoborts advance may
does not includo 4001 who have
presages a demand for a concession
comments in Japan.
News has been received hero that
has taken place between the "Box
Chiu, provinco of Chi Li. Eac!
and there wore heavy casualties
Tin' sale of the library of tho late
Aupustin Dr.'y realized $ltyL0:li.
Thore is fc.ir of another outbreak
between the .alive faehions in Samoa.
General Sir George White was
ecorded an Jinmenie rccepyon m
Ciijie Town, March 7.
Ex Secretary of the Interior, Hoke
Smith, has sol,d .the Atlan,Hi Journal to
syndit'a.lo of Bostonians.
J.Piornonti Morgan has gone to
Krtipger threatens to liold Lord
Salisbury's sou as a hostage for the
rood treatment of Boer officials.
II. C. Grosvenor of Ohio has been
nominated to Congress for the sixth
time. In accepting the nomination,
he made a strong speech favoring
the rcnominatioil of McK'mlcy.
James 15. Dill, a corporation lawyer
of New York is reported to havo re-
eived a fee of $1,0(10,(1(10 for his ser-,
ices in healing the breach between !
Carnegie and Prick.
It is stated that tho first act of tho
Boor Peace Commission, on arriving
it Brussels will be to relievo Dr.
Leyds thd diplomatic agent, of his
A resolution was to be moved in the
Cap-' Parliament, March 30. by J.
Rose limes, former leader of the Bri
tish in the Parliament, in favor of tho
annexation of the Boer republics.
TUe Duke of Orleans was soundly
thrashed by an Englishman on ac-
ount of his letter of congratulation
to M.Willotte, tho artist who cariea
tuivd tho Queen ii Le Kirc.
Congressman Kahn of California has
secured the introduction of an amend
ment in the Hawaijan bill excluding
Island Chinese from tho United
Tlio Australian Premiers have
joined in a cablegram to Mr. Cham
berlain declaring that it is undesi
rable to conclude peace in South
Africa except on terms guaranteeing
tho absolute supremacy of British
Secretary Root has created a now
military division to be known as ','the
Division of the Philippines," embrac
ing all of tho Philippine- archipelago.
General Rates will command the
loparlment of Northern Luzon;
General Hughes. tho Department of
the Vlscayat, and General Kobbe the
Departments of Mindanao and Jolo.
Coiiics of Filipino documents cap
tured by the American troops disclose
the fact, that a meeting at Honkong,
May r, 18DS, it was decided by the Fili
pino junta to fight tho United States
if this government declined to give
them comploto independence, and
neasures were' taken to secure
arms for the Tagalos.
No apology was demanded or ro
ccivud by the United States from
Lord Salisbury fqr tampering with
Macrum's mail. An-explanation was
voluntary made by the British officials
to the effect that in tho rqs.1i of mail
to bo censored it was possible that
somo of Mr. Macrum's mail was
oponed by mistake.
' St. Mary's Catholic Church in Chi
eago was recently robbed by Wil
liam Porter and Edward Jackson,
two notorious crooks- TUey complete
ly stripped the altars and vestry,
carrying away over $2100.00 worth
of plunder. A few hours later, they
were cornered on the roof of a dwel
ling, and after a long struggle, were
knocked senseless and handcuffed
Later, both men confessed.
A gold statuo of Miss Maude
Adanis,weighing712 pounds,has been
cast in tho brouzo foundry of Henry
Bonnurd in New York City.
Bessio O. Potter Vonnoh is the
sculptor, and Miss Adams gave her
twenty nvo sittings, tho statuo is
of life sizo,rand stands six feot on the
pedestal. It portrays Mi? Adams as
"tho Amoricau- Girl", in a simple
pose, erect, her hands close ot her
sides, and wearing a plain evening
dress, with laco at the throat.
It is pronounced an excellent like
ncss of Miss Adams,
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