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.VOLUME, 1H WAILUKU, MAUI, TH, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16. T-T S?53B
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FQREiqN NEWS TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS PamAIW
SOUTHERN PACIFIC SOLD. !MlE!!l )
The Havrimnn-Vnndorbflb Interests Get Control.
New York, Feb. ,2. Tho Tribuno.kyss Tho announcement of the inost
gigantic railroad deal in the histor.v.o! thn tTiiitrrl Ktnt
xlay afternoon, when rumors which
b"-ucnr.rougnout tno ttay Uirtt
tallied control of tho Southern Pacific
iluu. uaii.ua otjuycr oi inogrcrwunnKirtB House of Spcyer & Co.. who
said! "I linvo issued an olilcTaT'tcmont cofifirminV'tlie ropolT. ffilff w
have sold out our interests in the Southern Pacific."
NeW York, Feb. 2. It mav bo statnrl fiuthni-itntkiv fw .i.:i i.-
Ilarriinan interests have secured cpntrol 'of tho Huntington and Speyei
stock in tho Southern Pacific railroad, it is not in contemplation to con
solidato the two lilies, but to see that they are worked in harmony and
to stop rato-cuttinjr. No change in tlie personnel of thtsoilicers is in
Washington. Feb. 1. A nottH
mittcd today to tho House Committee
iy uucox, tnc Hawaiian Kcprcsentativo in the House of Representa
tives. The charges arc made in writinrr bv GomVn h nn nf ir
who submitted letters purporting to be copies of letters written by Wilcox
to Filipino officials. The letters are rtf n, lmi-1.1
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of the letters said to have be'en written bv Wilchl-
hr.aring the alleged signature of Wilcox. '
De Wet in Capo Colony,
London, Feb. 1. "General Dc Wet's forces consist of l'iOT) men and two
guns," saye Capo Town correspondent of the Daily Mail, "tt is un
officially confirmca'Jiat he has entered Cape Colony, but definite news is
impatiently awaited." v
"It is understood here-," soys t'he Durban correspondent of thoStaudard
that operations in the field will soon bc'iovivcd on a large scale and tho
policy of hunting out and capturine- tho Boors -Ki th inointod t i-nnnj will1
The Daily News this morninc editorially uvstcs tlmt.nn oif.lcavor slinulcV
bo made to utilize the prespnee in England of numerous sovereigns in repre
sentatives of European states on the oennsi
the death of a peace-loving Qu'ccn,- Coccuro the eessition of tho "unhappvl
war in South Africa." "V. A
Bonding Privilege to Hawaii.
Washington, Jan. 3ft. -The WaWand Means Cmnittee ifiVlnv if.lrl.u
first meeting in sevcraljveck and bills we re favorably rcjiorl'eiinllTn
tho privilege of immediate transportation in bond to Everett, Wash., and
Honolulu, Hawaii, and making Douglass, A. T., a subport of entry.
Cost of Annexation of Hawaii.
Washington, Jan. 2(1. Secretary Gnoro todtiv sont. to tho Hnnsn ie full
statement of the indebtedness incurred by the annexation of Hawaii, with
a request for an appropriation to pay aggregating $:-,447,f 15.
5 -i&imm '
HA'VE constantly on hino
had been flying thick and fast n .the
tho Union Pacific interests had ob:
Company received official eonfirma-
on Elections No. 1 airainst Delegate
. Saddles, Gtc. .Etc.
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZED! TO RECEIVE CHEERS.
It is stated lHat there is little hopd . J. ' &f
fv.;'tho Pacific cable at this sesson. '--NO , v f
On January 27 it was cabled that
quiet reigned m Northwest Luzon.
King Edward has addressed
pacific proclamation to the Boors.
Eninoror AVillinm nf Rni-mnnv lmti
Marshal of the British army.
Maioi' W. W. Robinson of Seattle
l.as ,bebn assigned to duty as depot
quartermaster at Honolulu.
Tho democrats hi coturrcss onuose
the sinn.subsidy bill, and will nrobablv
defeat it by talking it todeath.
General- De Wet's forces, consist
ing of 1,(100. inen and two guns, arc
reported to have entered Cape
The appointment of James S. Har
lan as Attorney "Genera! of Porlo
Rico has been 'coufirmed by the
The bill for tho reoiranization of
the United States Army h;is been
passed by 'congress, and signed by
Delegate Wilcox of Hawaii held a
conference with the California con
gressmen, in the interests of the
Pacific cable bill.
An explosion in a cigar box factory
in New York, injured 20 persons,
and was followed by a fire which
'istroyed 1,500,0011 worth of pror-
An effort iwuOrindo to effort n
ijjsioaer iinioirbqUv?eiiHiiijJjUii-c ii m
1-. -gland high hu'i-rrtiflW'''
h jjh churchmen in thofUultc
Prince Henry of PrussiaconJuKind
e. the Uermau siiuuilron wluclirt-
tcuded the naval demonstration ut
Criwe., in honor of tho memory ( f
V. e late queen.
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