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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1900
ArroitNuyij at Law
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Alii lr,wuWliMi t'iru Inur.kili'U C.'.
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AlTOUXIiy AT LAW
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i K?C9AS, CREIGHTON
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iRuniored Revci'hOlfof Clio Allius.
JSFW Y()uic, Aug.-2J. A tlteyatch fa) itfjc (Tribune from London stvys:
information can bo obtnijaod licrc frt. Viirious ncnsutiotinl stories tv'.v
Igrapljcd to forqijjjUiWpiUiLs in rofoi'cnuc to the CliincKC question. Thoiv is
3 u report from St. Woterabuvij Hint n 'battle lias taken place williin ll.-e
waits of Peking uiuLthat the allies wei'er'oinjK'lleil to fall back losing WW
men. Tins alnriniit'r ilnrv nii(iilii(!e(V.noelHet..on Ilia 'stoiluexelianimMn-.
S clsewliero because at 'mvi not belicvod;
statement enblqtliby a Msislnngton correspondent to a Lraithm liewspf.'.fer
that Russia lias pfoiaill4)r United States Government that she. nmpivcs
to anne.x Maneliurja. lut nvlietlier any such dcchirition lias actually ly n
made to any .povciviot ,5inich 'doubt need bo felt that it merely embor'es
R ssia's inteitioivs, Sjtibjwt-only to her ability tomret the opposition wh'ieli
the annexation of aUiuwa would be sure to encounter from .fapai!. In
fact, the process has already began, since. Russia is qui-tly aSsim'.hiti.ig
Chinese territory r.utliof: the Anioor river.
, Ri-iiors Fi'onv Europe.
LoxnoN., Aug. A special dispatch front St. PctcrslH'.rg contains 1lic
assertion that Russia, almoit immediately, wiU nitify.thu Powers that .iiie
considers the relief of the Pekiu legations us tlHi tinal accomplishment' o.'
the military ta.-J; t f tho allied forces.
afternoon pajwis here to confirm' ibis.
The afternoon- papers doubt that the
well founded and applaud Gen. ChntTecY, prudence in preparing for a
winter campaign, as they regard 'the activities of the allies at Pekin and
the difficulties of discovering a responsible 'Chinaman with whom to treat
unless Li Hmg Chang is able to place lrimsclf in communication with the
fugitive, court and secure credentials ijatisfnctory to all the, Powers as in-
Ucntoons that the solution of the pr.bijem will be more prolonged and more
difficult than previously hoped.
BntttitN, Aug. Hi. According to a
Japanese forces are now oa their way
of the province of .Chili) wjth the direct
The Ger;nen Vice Admiral at Taku reports the arrival at Peking or.
Aug. 22 of a German c,onvoy with );,ovisious. '
Tho railroad from Tien-Tsui to "inn
place to Peking the r,)afl is hi bad shape.
London, Aug. -2!). Lord Robcrts, -
"Buller's ady;5iico occupied Machad'jdorp this .afternoon. The enemy
made a poor pfand and retired northward, following by Dundonnld's mount
ed troops who could not proceed beyond Helvetia on account of difik-ult
nature of tjic country and the cncjiiy
dislodged by the mounted troops. It
"French continued the movement
which lie. turned tho enemy out with no difficulty. The latter retired, leav
ing quantities of good cooked food behind.
"Gejuiral Bullor's casualties Aug.'
liftceu'mcn; wouttded, scypn pflicors'
Looting in Peking.
JyONDON, Aug. 2".ttT1i,o Peking correspondent of the Times wiring l.,:.t
"Peking is entirely under foreign control. Looting is progressing sys
tematically. The French and Russian flags are tlying over the best port 'on
of jlho imperial domain, where it is believed tho imperial treasure is buried.
"The forbidden city is respected by international agreement, .though any
punishment will bo ineffective unless it is; occupied. The Japanese havo
seized 5150,1 00 taels of silver.
"The Empress Dowser, tho Emporor. Prince Tuan and .all the hi.,'h
officers escaped to Tai Yuen Fu,
point thoy proceeded to Sinn Fu. Tliere is no Governor."
General Gasolce, tho commander of the British forces at Poking, ti !e
graphing from that place Aug, ltith. vja Chcfoo, Aug. 28d, gives details of
how ho is disposing of his troops there. Ho says the British losses" were
oxtrcmply small; announces that he is vei;y short of food; that he was ar
ranging for convoys and that iie hoped to assault the imperial city that
day, when the men hai) been fed. The General also says tho good spirits
and endurance of the troops were beyond praise and refers to the cxtren i -ly
arduous march owing to the heat and heavy roads.
From Shanghai comes a report, qualified by tho assertion that it is from
purely Chinese sources, that the Empress Dowager, after proceeding one
day's journey from Peking, bocamo terrified at tho looting by General
Tung Fuh Sinn's troops and went bnqk to Peking.
Bubonic Plitguo in Glasgow.
Glasoow, Aug. 20. Two girls and a boy, members of isolated families,
have fallen victims of tho bubonic, plague, though the medical authorities
asso t tl t,t tho attack's artless virulent than in tho case whicji have al
ready proved fatal.
lu the event of a further spread of the disease, Glasgow gliipplng will fie
The Cliolern in India.
London, Aug. 28. "The present epidemic of cholera," says tho Simla
correspondent of tho Daily .Mail, '"is one of tho worst outbreaks on record.
Tho bubonic pla'gno is child's play' compared with it. Tho natives arc dying
like fliesat tho rate of ilOOl) n week.
tho polution of tho scanty .writer supply during the famine."
San FitANCisoo, Aug. 25. Tho United States transport California, which
sailed from San Francisco July 17, via
a week overdue.
Wasiuxoton, Aug. 27, Tho transport California, reported from Manila
to bo a week overdue, carried
, nor is there anytliing 10 MipiKirt tlio
There is nothing, however, in the
rumors of .of peace negotiations are
despatch received hero ft o a Tien-TsW
from 'J'r.ku to Pao Ting Pit (capiat!
object of occupying the latter phVe.
Tsun is working but from the hiltei
und6i - - tetc - :oI - .Bolfastfl.At!gri!lltt'lc
taking up a position too strong t. 1 1
appears that Bullet's casualties were
ti day as far as Elaiidsfontein, from
27 were: Killed One officer ar.d
and lifty-seven men.
in the province of Shansi, from which
The epidemic is undoubtedly due to
Honolulu, July 27, for Manila is now
tons of quartermaster's and cofhnilssary
Ciitco 1 a.-: a plague of nitf-
lplioiil feerat Manila is delaying
h'car .Admiral KcinpH'hns returned
uuiiriiii ennuis, -
The Unhcrsitj of California-ha -i i
course in Japanese.
Italian anarchists, threaten tho li&
of President McKin'ey.
Crisp! says that Italy will oi bo
Kiifu without a larger i:ovy.
General Do Wet is rsaid to have
abandoned moit oMiis.guus.
Minister Conger may rc,turn aud
lake the Mutij) for M 'Kiuh y.
C. A.Tomio will follow Room-. oil's
stuuipijg tour, an. v.ering V.hn.
California gols Ihe. highest award
fur canned f .uits at the lixi oVitioi .
Cotdua, tin-Boer plotter, ndinUs
that he planned to abduct Roberts.
Another rich strike in the aoiiu
i'otmty.'il.'is time it is Iinxt log's
Cuban leaders iir.o in ,,'Wahhingtoi
to talk over jjid'per.dei'ce with t!:
1 Two submarine torpcdo boats oi
the Holland type are to be built ai
Sii n Francisco.
General Rundle. operating agains'.
the Boers, has taken two Krup
guns and tiSl prisoneis.
Italy's young king will, hiinsch.
hold the reins, and surround himself 1
with young ndvisei s. i
"'i'lreinventof'nr the new Aineriet.n
torpedo gun says it will throw if pro-;
jeetile fifteen miles.'
Tho Santa Fo Railroad Compaiv
lus.l.iunehe'J a fine ferryboat for usi
.in San l''ranci.-;co buy.
Minister Conger and Congressmai
Doliver arc' the leading candidate
for Twit's vacant Soimtorshlp.
A life sie slitti' of Apollo hia
been v.r.earll.ed neni Athens. Its
ivorkmanshij) is of the fifth century.
San Diego will issue n'ti 10,000 bond!
to ne juiro a wafer s'stem of tin
Spreckels, who will tako bonds al
Two of the leading Chinese fiilus of
Chinatown, San Franc sco, have
failed buc.ti.su )f the buLonle j h gue
Lord Roberts will succeed Lord
Wolstley ai commander in chief of
the British army. Wolr-eloy retires
A carcass of fr zin Auslrali; n
lamb, sent ,to New York as a:-, exper
iment, has arrived there in gooc
An 1 '-inch torpedo gun v. ill soon
bo tested at South Bethlehem. Pa.
It will throw a missile weighing '2.
Budcii'Powell rescued 10') Brltlol.
prisoners at Warm Ball s and cul
tured 21 Boers and a German r.rtil
It is rumored in Europe that Rus
sia is making strenuous efforts to-le-privo
Eaelan.l of the friendship of tin
Brasei, fio assaj.iiu of King Hun
bort, lies rsked a po.s1p n nent nf hi
ri i tin t U w'.tnoisc.i ei t arrive f.'on
t e Unitjl Stale .
A provisional treaty of amity, crm-
moPse, navigation aud general inter
course bus beon signed by Spain and
the United Stat.' .
Senator St 1 ws rt of Nev.-.da, fore
most I'hampiou of silver, has ci mo out
for McKialey. He cannot stand
Brynit's vieWs of oxpam 0 .
The battleship AKiiiuma :s queen
of the American navy. Sho developed
a speed of fourtqp.i knots on her tri
al trip. Bhb will go into commission
A wool ero'.ving in the Georgia
mountains called "gall of the earth,"
is foulid to ba a speeli'.e far the "bit
of Ibp Wad doy, rattlesnake, moica-
noiiiiiaii (k wm
I , I J ... -. X-
. just rnewm
Hamuli " v - '
h . t:c C'- Cf good olr
ail Kincfs personally
selected by cur Mr.
Come Giui see our
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Gi.ixls will l'ediilhei;ylnt'AVn9kapn
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