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AILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, AUGUST 25, 1900
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NS & COKE
Attokni:ys at Lam1
The Oi-rmnnln litre liiMiniucoCo.
'i'lu Oroouwli'li Firo Iuburuueo Co
5p Attorney at Lav
Attounky at Law
HJ. M. KANEKUA
attorney ami) counsellor
'o.ifcu: Qcqldcntul Hotol, roniur of King and
- Alaltuu Streets.
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' CH AS. CREIGHTON
Attokney at Law
"'' Atkinson & judd
A. t- ATKINSON, A1.11KIIT r. JUDl", JR.
;V ATTOHNEYS AT J. AW
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',if t anl Ituulmmauu StrrutH.
DAVIS & GEAR
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1 Washington, August 11. The following e.1legr..nl Jjas been rereived a!
the Navy Deparlinent from Admiral KphhwiJ, ,. . .,
"Che Poo, August 1(1. Dureau of Navia tioji. -Wnslilim ton : Cliaifee tele
graphs fl o.n front: IS?." i .
" 'TAKUj August ".Sixth Ynnfj Tsun nriftijvu.'d. Casualties about sixty
my c.immandjtwo mariuo wmadod. M viy phtrat' l by heat a id fdtiyuc.
ncxtinovoyot uaknowa: GajiAl coanittumjiij; EnglLsatimiHt tefe-
T;apid advance of three miles underjhot
ried first line of defense.
Washiniitox, August 11 The following dlspaieh communicating an ad
ditional message from Minister Conger was made public this morn'my by
the State Department: '
"Canton, August 11. Secretary of State, Washington: Cynyor,' dated
August 10, Tsi-uan, announcing my message, says that the legations afe
under seige by the Imperial soldiery. The situation it desperate. The losses
of the legations are sixty killed and about 100 'wounded. There is some
sickness; nevertheless the general health continues -good." He concludes:
"Whatever may be the outcome, we trill, hold tin indefinitely.''
x An Appeal From Viceroys;
Washington. August 11. The Viceroys of TJIiina. including Li Hung
Chang, have addressed a request to the United States Government to use
its good olliccs with the Powers to stop the landing of the foreign troops at
Shanghui. The State Department received the. .communication today from
Minister Wu, who received it late last night. The document states that an
agreement was made about a month ago by which the foreign Governments
exercised the right of protection over the city o"f Shanghai. This protec
tion, it is claimed, can bo amply carried out without the landing of troops,
as the Viceroys state twenty foreign warships arc now in the harbor and
are able to protect, the Interest of foreigners and maintain orders. The
Viceroys also urge that the landing of troops will incite disorder.
London, August 11.- The Russian
Giers and his staff to leave Peking
United States and other Governments
sian designs are closely scrutinized.
New Youk, August 11. Roiting and looting continue around Swatow and
tho Viceroy ignores the protest of the foreign Consuls, says a'cablo' to tlic
Journal and Advertiser from Hongkong. All,. the, missions , at Ung Kur.g
have been razed to the ground and the native Christians stoned to death.
Tho Rev. Mr. Foster ur.d the P.ev. Mr. Groesbeek telegraphed yesterday
to Consul General Wildman as follows:
"Three more chapels burned; mission houses looted. Our lives endangered.
Taotai sileut. Save us. Insurrection spreading." '
Rumor of New Attack.
Pahis, August 11. The Minister of Marino, M. do Liai-.osm,l:as received
from Admiral Coarrejolles two dispatch;,'? confirming tLc nowa of the bat
tles at Peitsang and Ycng-tsun. One of them, dated Taku, August (ith,
and forwarded viu Cho Foo, August 7th, mentions rumor that the lega
tions at Peking havcVufJeml a renewed attack,
Amcric.'.n Sphere in Chinese Politics.
San Fit.NCisco, August 11. Simultaneously with the impfovcmetit in
what may bo termed the Chinese situatii u proper poh.ts ofill-otncn appear
in the mtcrnationt,l horizon, China is suiu or is about to sue for peace. Li
Hung Chang has toun invested -with plenary pcwvrs to that end. The co
operation of tho imperial authorities with the a l.es to tho extent at leant
of handing over the refugees to an inadecpiato force as an escort in the
neighborhood of Peking is expected in many quarters. In a word, the
Chinese sky is just now more serene than for many long days past,
At this juncture pomes a dispatch from haghai indicating that while
the Chinese Government is fain t admit its inability to fight tho out( r
world as a whole, it Jias not forgotten tho advantages to be obtained by
dividing tho powers, and is seeking to secure Russian support, while even
more menacing to international cohesion is the report of tho intention fbf
Admiral Soymour'to land British troops at Shanghai.
With ono power taking measures of this kiud in its own particular sphere
of influence, the other i would be hkly to follow suit, and tho Washington
administration consequently views the outlook with tome jneasuro of alarm.
Hitherto tho note or the powers deallngiwith Chinajias been given by the
United States, With development;! svwli us are feared from the reported
decision of Admiral Seymour, tho Washington GovcrVtmt could, in view of
its declared policy, have nothing to do.
Ktud Figl ting in Runnis-si.!1
Bakwai, August ll.-A column of 700 men uider Colonel Burrows hits re
turned from Kuma'ssi, I avlrg reinforced ;.nd nUionM tho fort for two
months. Tho force attacked and destroyed three old jjjtdfckt.das after a des
perate bayonet chargo in which fou.- (fees and thirrjtfour native soldiers
wcro wounded and three killed. Oa t!ie niyht of August 7th Colonel Bur
rowo attacked an As'umtl war camp near Kuinassi, surprising tho camp
and bayar.otling fio enemy. Great numbers werq?S,!aiii, without a gtm
being fired. A lieutenant was Killed and two men wercwounded.
Other flyjtog columns aro going out, and jt is believed that tho punish
ment inflicted will not soon bo forgotten, though several defeate aro, still
needed to clear the country south of Kun assiof tho rebels.
PAiUs, August ll. The ofllclnl visit
this morning. Accompanied by President Loubet atul M. do Cnssc, the
Minister of Foreigi. Affairs, Ills Majesty rale to tho.rnilroad station sur.
rounded by au escort of cavalry aud sturted for Ostend
Vifle aid shell fire, our troops car
ivbout lift)fkil!ed or dead from sun-
tell their .Miuis'tniysto. hold outfeuntil
of tlio Sha'i of Persia tb Paris, ended
Li Hung is said to be dangerously
in easier money, markc
Congo Free State
raiiled British territory
'i l:e peace party is now in a
0i ity among tho Boers.
Air ty-eighV.ie.vcae of - yolio'w
icver are reported at Ha-nna.
Thcro is an outbreak of glanders
at the Pre sidio of San Francisco.
A case of bubonic plag uo has been
disk- lvcred on a ship at Hamburg.
Bryan iias side-tracked the silver
issue and gone in against imperialism.
Transvaal advices say that Baden-
Powell, was wounded at Rustcmberg.
Tho Chinese have destroyed por
tions of the Trans-Seibrian rijroad.
High prices for coal, urovlsions
and gas mean a linrd wilder for Brit
An expedition jvill start from Vic
toria in search pf gold on tho Siberian
Thc'tprriblc heat continues in the
eant; hundreds are dying in tho larg
The Ncwchang forts and tho Chi
peso city have been taken by tho
Prehistoric copper relics have uecn
found in the fastness baejc of Mount
St. Elias .
The Italian Minister at Peking is
reported to have left thatcitv for
Mr. Chamberlain says the late
Boer republics will ,be treated ' as
There is danger that tlio Senate
may be controlled by silver men af
ter November. '
More than 200, 0C() men with 500
guns, will constitute tho allied force
.within six mpuths.
Gen, Jqo Wheeler made a stirring
address in Chicago in favor or ;. largo
Teereaso in tho attendance qn-thc
Pt.iis fair causes anxiety among the
President Krueger denies that hp
will surrender, and says the war wi)j
last a long timo yot.
S'.r Charles Warren has; conipletpd
the pacification of tho western ois.
tri;ts of Capo Cqlony.
The London Times scores tho Sal
isLury Ministry because it docs not
appreciate public opinion.
It is not likely that an extra ses
sion ol congress will bo called .o
ccusider the situation in China.
Baron Russell of Killoweu, Lord
Cbk f Justice of Englund, died sud
den y on August IP, gastric catarrh.
Tho allotment of 5,000,000 of tho
10,000,000 of the British was loan
to America is much criticized in Lon
don. A man wearing a shirt-waist was
refused a meal at a Chicago hotel
aud ordered out of tho dining,
A suggestion comes fim Iluropo
to begin an international war on
anarchists, confining thoin all as luna
Count Von Waldersee, who was
scheduled to command tho German
amy in China, may como through
Astor's paper, the Pall Mull Ga
zctte, is for salo at a low llgure aud
it is probable that Astor will socpi
Von Buelow aud tho Kaiser aro
said to disagree over the lattcrV
speeches which aro hampering tho
Government in respect of its Chinese
Indians near Fort Selkirk say they
saw a balloon descend near the mouth
of the Mackcua'o river from which
men emerged and mndo a camp
They stayed a short time and then
got in tho cars throwing something
out. Tho balloon then rose and was
sooii out of 6ight
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