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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. I., SATURDAY, MAy 12, 1900
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Washington,, April 20 Scnutor little today introduced a bill to
provide for1.no ucauisition by, the Uhijjud Sttftes-of did 'lands and
rights herein necessary for the establishment of a naval station at
Pearl Harbor, Jsland of Oahiuandifor.'firodging tho approaches to
tho harbor. The tracts to bo a '.qpirwKuiuler tho bill contain in
tho aggregate about 1,880 uqi;es,' andjfctirc as follows: MokiiU'
mcume.or Jrd Island, comprising 8ij acres; peninsular tract
known as Waipio, tibout H2Q acres; u tifeC.of 382 acres lying to tho
westward and fronting the harbor en-aiiQe.
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j.iiu ui(t iinivmus lor uwuapj?rrrjiHj!n.oi.r SOuU.UUlWociiv-r.yi
out its jn-pyisions. Tho sums appropriated for dredging arc not to
become available until the title to the land surrounding tho harbor
shall little passed to tho United States, and tho work is to bo con
luctcd, under the supervision of the Navy Department, taking
this public improvement out of the hands of the engineers of tho
Washington, April 20, Tho House Committee on Commerce to
day substituted tho Sherman bill for t-heconstruction of a Pacific
cable Ih place of tho bill recently passed by tho Senate.
Tlio Sherman bill had boon previously reported to" the House,
but today's action puts it in tho form of a substitute for tho Sen
.ite measnro. It differs from tho Senate bill in providing construc
tion by private contract under Government supervision, while the
Senate bill provides for Government construction and operation.
Sax FitAxcisco, April 22. Tho steamship Californian. one of the
four huge vessel being constructed by tho American-Hawaiian
Steamship Company, is to be launched from the ytirtls of the
Union Iron Works on May 12th, Tlio Californian has a tonnage o
3,000 and with her sister ships will ply between New York, S;u
Francisco and Honolulu. The first to bo put in commission is t
leave New York within u fov clays.
1 Washington, Apr. 23. Secretary Long has sent to the Navi.l
Affairs Commitees of tho Senate and House. of Representatives tin
adopted plans for establishing a naval rendezvous, repair plart ant.
coaling station at Pearl Harbor, Hawaiian Islands, with an urgcr'
recommendation pointing out the necessity for promptly institutii:.
the improvements to utilize this key to the entire Pacific ocean.
Melbourne, April 2a. Plague-infected rats have been foun
at the Brisbane, Auckland and Melbourne wharves.
Sydney, N. S. W, April 28, Two deaths from tho plague art
,ejglnVcuses'joLtliAt disease are reported; Here today. --
Washington, April 21.-Horn Matthew S. Quay was today re
fused a scat in tho United- States Semite - on the appoint
ment of tho Governor of 'Pennsylvania, by a vote of 33 to 85
The entire time of thetSenato today was devoted to debate upo
tho question, many 'of the greatest lawyers and orators in tho bodt
delivering speeches, As tho day's session wore on and tho houi
for the final vote approached tho galleries filled until they were
thronged with multitudes, while Other multitudes wore unablo to
As the big clock opposito. the President pro torn, indicated 4
o'clock there was a hush in tho chamber. Frye, in the chair announce d
that tho hour for the Until vote had arrived, and tho question w; s
the pending motion of Chandler to strike out of the resolution deck l
iug Quay not to bo entitled to a seat the word "not." Senators
throughout tho chamber eagerly followed the roll call, for all knew
the vote was close. The first sens'ation was caused by tho failure
of Pettigrew of South Dakota to answer to his name, although he
was in his seat
When Vest's name was called ho vote "no" in a clear voice, thus
lashing the last hope of tho friends of Quay, who had expected
confidently that the distinguished Missourian would vote for hi.
bug time personal friend. In perfect silence it was announced
that tho Senate had denied to Q.iuy tho. seat which he has sought
for some months past. ,
Chicago, April 2"), A special to tho Record from Victoiiu, B. C,
According to news roceiyertjhero by. Empress of China, great
preparations are being made by the rebels of China, for ti big rev
olution. A Macao correspondent says there is not tlio slightest
doubt that the" hoar future will see a vast army of tho rebels rising
in tho interior. During tho four months of the present year no
loxs than 20,000 Mauser rifles and a great quantity of ammunition
an .1 other war material were taken inland from that port and
calony. On March 19, a German steamer arrived there with cases f
what purported to be merchandise, but which held 0000 rifles and
a largo stock of powder and ammunition. Tho captain of tl.o
stoimer said these arms had been sold to the peoplo of inland China.
Lo.NDDy, April 23. It is reported that Sir Charles Warren is to
bo appointed Governor of the Froo Stato. Nothing is khm n
regarding Sir Rod vers Duller, but there is little doubt regnrdii g
his removal, and rumor has it that Lord Kitchener will get an ii.
port int independent command.
London, April 24. Winston
rooni, under Monday s date,. as
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confronting the Boer position before Dewetsdorp.
London, April 2"). Tho reports
been practically raised were apparently preiunturc. The BttH
attack upon Colonel Dalgety's northern position, as described fi or..
Maseru, was probably a final attempt to rush, tho garrison befoio
securing a safe retreat, and as Colonel Dalgoty successfully
repulsed tli3 attack, little further anxiety is felt on his account.
Lord Roberts litis now spread a
men and 1H0 guns, covering tho
Wepenor, whi'o Gonortsl Hamilton
practically without opposition
Churchill, wires from Wakkerft-
follows: Combined operations on.ti
that the siege of Wopenor 1 as
net with somo 40,000 or moro
whole western semicircle around
has bccUpied. tho water works,
The canal bill is likely to pass.
Russia is pushing work on Chinese
Nearly 4(10 Filipinos were killed In
A British relief force lists reached
A rich discovery of gold has-been
niaue at Atlin.
tion in Uruguay.
Minister Silvern is v-ei-king to gtit
a navy for Spain,
It is reported that, Genci.al Dewot
has been killed.
General Wheeler has given up his
scat in the House.
Quay was dented a sent in the Sen
ate by one vote.
Six hundred new national banks
have begun business.
Mexico reports several victories
over the Maya Indians.
Cornelias' Vtinderbilt's e'state is
appraised at $iil),OUO,0()0.
St. Helena is excited over the ar
rival of it French war ship.
Tlio damage by high water in tho
South exceeds .10,00(1.000.
A Turkish torpedo boat exploded,
killing twenty three persons.
Mcthuen has issued an order for
bidding civilians to carry arms.
The Swedish government will re
ward finders of Andree relics.
A son of General Crdnje commands
the forces opposing Methuen.
The gun factory at Pretoria is be
ginning to deliver its product.
The Cubans census shows that the
Spaiiish clqmen't'is iiia minority. "
American . exports to the Orient
liis ye.tr will exceed $100,000,000.
Gen. Rivera will leave the Cuban
cabinet and work for independence.
Many Chinese Catholics have been
murdered by the Boxers in Pecliili.
Chili has decided to assert sover
eignty over the territory claimed by
It is reported that General Kitch
ener will wed Mrs. James Brown
Potter, the actress.
The widow of Robert Louis Steven
son will not permit his remains to be
taken from Samoa.
Col. James S. Pettit, in commano
at Mindanao, will bo tried for execu
ting a Filipino without trial.
Tlio Navy department has chart
ered a il.OllO.ton ster.n.er to carry
bod to the starving people ot India.
Twenty-five mines at Johannesburg
have been charged with dynamite,
and the forts there lu..o been dis
mantled. General Lew Wallace says the Sul
tan is an honest man and not respon
sible for the murders of Christians
Japan will restrict the emigration
of her subjects to America to escape
the unpleasant results of special antl
The United States Canal Commis
sion, have left for Darien to explore
the region between Darien harbor
and Caledonia bay.
The gunboat Yorktow it has arrived
it Shanghai. Sho will replace the
Bennington and Concord in the
waters of Northern China.
If tho new naval bill goes through,
tho United States will have i-'evim-teen
first-class and one second-class
battleships and eight armored crui-
l One man was blown to atoms, two
men ricelvcl fatal hurts and eight
men and a girl wero seriously injured
by llio explosion of several cans of
blasting powder and dynamite at
Lorimer, Pa., recently.
The Vienna correspondent of the
London Times suys there is wide
spread hostility in Europe against
the United States, which that coun
try will doubtless discover at the
next renewal of cotumcrciul treaties. I
Hoffman k Yefeoi
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