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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 15CU'
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Peking Government Dead.
New York, September 7.-A dispatch tu the Herald from Tien Tstti.
August 28, via Chefoo. Sept. 1 and Shanghai Sept. t, says:
It is reported that the American
Chang to Peking to negotiate on behalf
Those wlo komv this viceroy lest
In Peking the Government is dead. ,
It means either partition or the inaintainirg of independent, provincial
missing, via Tien-Tsin. September 'I nr.diSlmnghiii, AVcdwfedny says;
Overtures toward peace negotiations with the allied ministers have been
made by a few mandarins but there
The allied forces are hesitating to enter the, palace, fearing for the prcs
stige of the Chinese government and if the buildings were destroyed and
burned the government of the whole of China would fall on the powers,
rendering partition inevitable.
This delay is cr.iourngirg tie o::cvsul.o have murdered two French
soldiers in the center of Pekiu.
Washington, September (i. Germany has very politely informed the
Administration that, he will not withdraw her troops from Pekin. In her
position Germany has the suppcit of
no doubt, of England also. The Administration i.- just waiting up to tlje
fact that it has been outwitted by the
no longer the close friend, and that
are France and Russia, the ancient
London. September 7, S:510 A. M.-
from Pekin is commented upon with
hope is expressed that Lord fialthbtiry vVjll show similar firmness. Tb
British reply has not yet been formulated Lord Salisbury desires to con
suit with bis colleagues an:l bus notified ihc Foreign OHice of his intention
to return to London from the continent early next week.
New Yoimc. September (i. In an
tho aged financier, said, discussing
"I do not believe Mr. Bryan's election would be such a disastrous ovent.
But then I don't think he will bo elected Vermont has just spoken and
her voto of 80,000 majority for the
Thero's a lot of sound common sense
"Why, if Mr. Bryan should be elected T.o would have to come to tho
financiers for advice as to. the financial policy of tho Government. His
election wculd soon convert hhn from
Manciiestki!, Eng., September 7.
here today it was decided practically
can spot cotton during tho month of
plovers in tho trade were represented. It is anticipated that the decision
will lead to tho cloning of scores of
Victouia (B. C), September 7.
coast brought SlfiOU in gold from Wreck Bay, tho output of threo weeks,
The miners exepect to take about 5200 a day now, since the big machines
have been put In.
LoxiioN, September .".At this inornlrg's mcctlrg of the Trades Union
Congress In .session at Huddersfleld, Delegates Kemp and Hunter of tho
American Federation of Labor both delivered addresses and were present
ed with gold watches as mementos of their visit. Mr. Kemp contended
that the interests of the worker of tho world wero indenticnl and If ever
universal peace was rcnokrd it would be through the iiibtruinentullty of
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Minister approves of inviting Li Hung
regard him as insincere, incapable and
is no prince atnoung them.
Itsilv and Austria, ai d, there can tie
young Kaicor; that Great Britain is
our allies in the sight of 11. e world now
enemies of our one-time friend.
Goimany's polite refusal to withdraw
keen satisfaction in London, and the
Interview this morning Russell Sage,
Republican ticket means a great deal
his silver views."
At a meeting of the cotton spinners
unanimously, not to purchase Ameri
September. Four-fifths of the em
mills for s uveral weeks.
The steamer Willnpa from the west
g- f3-. t 4
r "Sk -kr -V- -k-
A Frenchman has crossed the Brit-
tish ehatnel in a balloon.
T! o reindeer imported to Alaska
two years ago are thriving.
Powerful oil lamps may supersede
gas and electricity in Paris.
Cf-f-crus is the fastest stallion ii
the- world, having trotted a mile ii
A gieal strike of gold is reported
sit ll,(vheadwater of Copper river.
Xh'ctlnk ' ' ' " '
The Republican plurality in Ver
moi.t, fo far as figured, amounts tt
Y.n Diego supervisors have mailt
it u misdemeanor to liberate a Bel
Jumt .i D. Phchm and Stephen M.
White arc rivals for the Californir
JJav'tvo Chinese soldiers arc said
to be clearing the villages of Boxers
in Hunan anil Chi-li.
Tho Boers left Ladybrand, Sr
tt iiiter 2nd, after looting the store
and taking all the horses.
Japanese diplomats think Russi
made her proposals so as to retain
her influence at Peking after ordei
JVhn and Root o volt icviowcd tin
Labor Day parade from the saint
nhvtfoiin at Cliica'ro and greeted
each other cordially.
It is report"'l at Shanghai that
a forged ulth.ir.tum, purporting to
conn1 from the powers, led the Dow-
airiir Empress to order the nuif-
Minister Wu Ting F.mg and I.is
nephew left a straw ride at Cape
Aiav anil walked noino became o:
the loverhl e conduct of the jounj
piople on board.
The ascent of Ararat has been
aobeivod by a- n.t mber of the Geog,
raphical Society,, named Poggen
nohl, accompanied oy tv.o olliceis
and a r.umbeu of soldiers.
An American anarchist who wrnt
to Europe to kill tho Czar, and thus
reciitcd that sovereign's visit
to Pari', is being hunted for assidi
ouch. Hollas disappeared.,
An Ashantl dispatch says: Colonel
Willoock's' forces arc operating in
small columns in nil directions, break
ing up war camps and destroying
stockades and towns. Colonel Brake
and thirty men wero wounded at
the htormhig of tho fetish town cf
A British shipmaster who saw the
Boers at St. Helena says the ollicers
are posted at the club and ure enter
tained by tho British ofliccrs at
afternoon teas. General Cronjo is a
hUiuy guest of the Governor. Daily
built ,i:ta from South Africa arc re
ceived nnd-tho Boers can buy them.
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