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VA1LUKU, MAUC, H. I., SATURDAY, ilUNE 9, 1900'
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Neut Fit Guaranteed
Mu'rkot St., .near Bovba's storc.t
Sax Fhancisco, May 111, Johannesburg lias been taken by the
British and tho mines are safe.
it is conceded that the Boers v?ill
eight days. '
Tlie formal annexation of the Orange Free State to Gre-L Britain
uis bac.' consummated and it is
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mere is giuiii lojoteiiig uirouvuuui jiiigmuu
XWushiiiKton, May 23.- The Supreme Court of the United Statos
today decided Admiral Dewey's
contention. The effect is to deprive the Admiral and the men en;
Cluef.Tu"sltce Fuller delivered a
White and Mckenuu also dissented.
Tho original claim of Admiral
8400,000. The Court of claims reduced it to-?2P0, 000. That decision
is sustained by today's, decision. The Admiral claim is reduced
from about 20,000 to about 810,000.
London, May 29.-A special
believed Russia is about to land
wheio 20.C00 are in readiness.
sending large masses of troops overland froniBu-Nan andKiang,but
tho generalissimo refuses to assume command on the plea of sick
Tno "Boxers" assort that they
from the Do-vager Empress, Princess Kiang Yi iind Cluing Tuan and
the entire Munchurian army. Throughout the north the 'Boxers"
reenlisting hordes of desperadoes.
London, May 29, 2 p. m - The
of hut night and tho news from
rities hero to expect further important news from the British catu:
mander in. chief, dated, they hope, from Johannesburg. .,
The remarkable rapidity of Loid Robert ,' movements and tl)e
unwonted mobility of the whole
set the calculations of the home observers as much as they appear
to have disconcerted and demoralized Lord Roberts' Federal op
ponents. Possibly even now.ho is
it is believed, ten days hence or
admittance to the Transvaal gapital
intonted to "stagger humanity"
and the mines, which is doubtful, Lord Roberts may yet be too'j
quick for thorn and arrive before they have me to do any wrecking.
The majority or the burghers
excusojlfor saving the mines.and they may'Etl'the uxcufee inLoid
Roberts' skill injjhustling them out of one- position after ( iriothcrj "
The effectiveness of the British
thor emphasised by the news irom
Zeerust and thoudvauco onLichtenbui'g. Apparently the British
dragnet will bo drawn through
similar manner hauled through
The fighting at tho Klip river
was presumably done by Genercis
their way round to tne northward
Tho Orange free- state rai anuexod to th British Empire -May
28, according to Cape Town advioe-:, but Lord Roberts &oems tq
hav j given his army tho first intimation of this on thepraviousdav.
Newcastle, Natal, May 2 The
heavily bombarding the Boer positions' fcijoce daylight. Tho
Cape Town, Monday. May 28.
nounced to his troops the aunoxatiot: oXm
after will be called the Orange Rive'r $tf
CapbTown, May SS'.-Tfcb Orange Fttut4 yvas formally an.
Cape Town, Monday, May 23. -
French lias cut Boer c'ommunicationb-tv 03n Heielelberg . and
Boicsburg within a few miles of Johannesburg. , '
Klip Riveh, Transvaal, Monday, May, 26. The Boers aft
preparing a good position, lied early, xiyxtrtun. bearing their last
detachment was nearly captured by.- iflkinglon's West Aus
tralians. Prisonortj taken state that the ws no jntontion of
blowing up tho mines, declaring that tlib lreafc was made simply
with the intension oi frightening away tfekurhdr;..
The Britisji avnxjo force is now wilWtt'5ftoev-i milos of Johan
nesburg. " " ' v. i
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PiiETOEiA, May The Br.t'sh occur 'edZoerast Uiia uieirhingr
anil a large force is marching on to Liciteubt rg.
An official bulletin states that the British crossed the V mil rivpr
Saturday. General Lemmer had a sevoro lirlit at Klip riyoi'
B'ive of tho burghers were wounded and t .vo were captured, Tlie
British w'ore 5,000 strong.
Washington, May 28. Tlra Supreme Court of the United Stntofe
today deoidtd Admiral Dewey 'fa bounty claim agiist the Adminil's
contention. The elfect is to deprive ,aa Auaiiral and t-o men en
gaged with him at Manila of h.iii thj a Mount cHimetl by thorn.
Cliief Justice Fuller, delivered a dis.ioatiug ppUioa. and Justice
White and MeKenna also dusaeutee1.
Tho original claim of Admiral De-y and his sailors was about
$400,000. The Court of Claims riducdJitto03,00.t. That deoisi on
is sustniio:l by today's ileoisloa. The Adiniral's personal claim
is. reduced from about 82O.00 to about 10,000.
London, May 30. A spochl dispatch from Sbttpghai says it is
holived Russia is about to hind troops at Tajtu ram Port Arthur,
whore 20.000 uro in readiness. 1 he ' ChiiiejBu are reported U) bo
sending largo masses of troops, overland f rom. Hu-"Nnn and Kiting
but .the generalissimo refuses to assume command on tho plea of
Pretoria -is n&Vf surrounded and
lay d6jvi their arms within
now a part ptfthe Empire.
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bounty cl?jimagainst the Admiral's
' lift . '.ll4.Sffnf .ititrl.nl l"t )
dissenting opinion, and Justice
Dewey and his sailors was about
dispatch from Shanghai saj's it is
troops at Talcu from Port Arthur,
Tho Chinese are reported to be
are confident of receiving support
They aie-iiiteut upon expelling
tanor of Lord, RobqrLs, despatch
Pretoria this morning lead the aiftli-
British arrby under him have up
at the gttte of Johannesburg.ar.d
lesss he ought to be demanding
itself. If the Federal ever really "
by blowing up the gold reef city
will undoubtedly bo glad, of an
invasion of the Transvaal is fur-
Pretoria ji the occupation,
tho Tnusvaal as it was in a
the Free Sttfte.
Sunday, reported from Preioria,
French and Hamilton informing.,
oj. loatuaneiburg. ,! ,
British giun:; at Ingogo haveeen
? Roberts yesterday an-
i' ree fc'tate which hera'
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It is rniUored hero that General
Burly. 'J3y$trnin. bearing their la;
Small figl.ls-are of daily occurence
. Tho lying of the .Belgians has
arrived in L ndon.
Five thousand street car men
Berlin are out on a strike.
Bids accepted for first liOO miles
Pacific cable, price SUOO.ISOO.
Fo?iiign troops are going
Peking lo protect tho legatk
(VUtomobilel ai'S maltitlg tlreir wiiy
in Central Africa as freight
Tht Paris police are making no
progress in the search for "Gyp'.i"
"Lucky" Baldwin lws sailed for
Alaska with an outfit for a gambling
American Consul Store, at Cape
Town urges Americans to join
Atlin eUims deposits of gold
worth $18,000,000 in the lyiuiuhes:
of Sp.-lice creek.
' Apdrew D. White, Embassador
.to Oermauy, is spoken of for Mc-Ivinic-y's
An excon. r.t land-locked harbrr
has leen f':;d in Eastern Luzor,
which .is not down on-Spanish chartr.
A wrc !: or. the Oakland ferry
.iocal lciUc (, c- en.t-meer and flreitieu,
anJi.'.jr.ic u number of passengerf.
Th'j S::.i r.-aneiseo census may
incrcase tho .number of California's
repi-esenti,t'ves in Congress by one
j,,A heroic st-tuo of Genoral Grant,
a pit of the Grand Army to the
Nation, lias been erected at
,.,ACerttitig,to tlio bhanghai .papers
u;&tlv'i'st. air tlic rossolty of
the ciyar,r- f.qaiadron of tho sadty
redii'ced Chinese navy whioh wore
the l). in the- neighboring waters were
under orJe;3 to proceed' north on
tho 25th : ,t.
ted that at t a plnve
'ao, in Niusno district.
i'Gfiekiiiug, the natives liavo attacked
i l'i onch mission aud wounded the
Fre.ich ir.'.sionpry in charge. A
repjrt of .iio occurrence has been
6cit,to tlie French Cewsul General
at Suaugr.i, vlto Is moving in the
v A nave', expert, talking to a
hp -jT-ont: tivaof the Jiuim'm, taken
a Vvry eoriidwitview oliis country's
iVerty for iJiilecsa, Io thinks
I'df.vC England '.is';Uftfiily 1X)woi
JfNjn nied fe.rati .jljlie Japa
VvV fleet ip,mhha(3cg.r than
anvthing that ,'tWMtt''$ukl sond
xr.jst lu-r, ami'.ayon .if 'France
j-h a in tue fi'ay 'she daro not re
duce hbr fleet in home waters
auliieiently to be really formidable
to Japan. lie evidently lias a great
odmiratba forhe tnothoels pursued
in the British nvy, and is convinced
tiiBt no ovtier socvice is lu sucu a
condition of efflc-iepcy. He id also
povKdyjtl that the Japanese, fleet
co". Id eni.il:- seal the sea of Chine
md Japar- if the oe'cas'on for si:ch a
A chTro'poL'dent writes to thr
N rth C inn Dtily News that rumor
ere rife " over tho Wenehow di
trict InVeatlvo of umVst and
pOKsfbh" t Tiv.ble brewing. I'l.teeidb
have bcn sleek up In many places
'al'toir t:p.-a the people to strike a
blov f"r f-'ecdom and expel tho
foriew-. vh!le in enrtam jxinth
fla.ts U'- ve been raised as rullyiug
points f .' t' e members e:f the Kolao
Hui, i i ''ed with the sentence,
"Coin -;.,d by Heaven and obey
ing c i.n .'"ds, let its destroy heroti
cnl sef . ' Sufficient credence has
been glwn to these reports to cause
a larg Ixxly of troops to be called
in from t'.u eouutry aud quartored
iu tlio city, xvitetho' this unrest
is due solely to news of tho stato of
uuttM'fc 'a Shantuiuf, or whether it
mav have been feutered by i roclama
tioite, hi tho city ojforlng rewards
for the capturo of, the reformer
Rang Yuwei, is hard to say,
offiiiaii it lefei
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