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fjp NOTARY 1'UHLIC.
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I ' JOHN WEDDICK, M. D.
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Lcndo.-j-, March 8. The progress
anxiety and appreliension in Cape
decided to remove tho people from
cleanse it. Every precaution, will be
"jgNDON. March'S. Whatever negotiations are pi'ocee'ding in Pretoria
aim mi: Arugor declares that they can only be for an armistice tho
Government, evidently lias no idea of slackening reinforcements. The War
OQiee issued a detailed statemcut last evening, of transports that are to
sail for South Africa, within the coming week, with 12,(100 troops.
Now British Ships
London, March 8. Arrangements had been made for the simultaneous
launching today of tho four new warships, tho Montagu, first-class buttlc
ship of M,000 tons; the Albemarle, tirst-class battloshiu of 14,000 tons;
the Drake, armored cruiser of 14,000 tons, and tho Ktnt, armored cruiser
of ,800 tons, at tho four principal ports of tho United Kingdom, but owing
to the unfavorable weather at Portsmouth the launching of the Kent had
to bo postponed. The four vessels aggregate a displacement 'of about
42,000 tons, which makes a total of 5)2,000 tons added to the navy afloat
since thu" accession of King Edward.
Oitowa, March 8. Tho Pacific cable resolutions wore ndopted in the
Commons today. It transpired thai no penalty clause was inserted in the
contract of the construction company.
iiuum uu imiiiii.uiiuii in jjriusu uoiumoiii waters, tic declined to discuss
tho question of nationalization of cables.
Fourth Steamer Launched.
San Francisco, March 7. The fourth steamer on the new American-.
Hawaiian lino was successfully launched from' an Eastern ship yard on the
4th under the name of Oregonian.
New York for this port.
Peking, March 7. The Ministers' Committee has completed iis report,
ind the general principle to be adopted in tho case of private indemnities,
is based upon laws in harmony with tho Roman and English systems. This
decision was not reached without cous-iderablo .discussion, some bci'ievin"
that tho claim? of men of goo'd reputation, should be paid in full, without
lurther consideration. On the other
a mtm of high repute claims $10,000
daughter's nerves, and $20,000 for
known that the latter estimate is more than thrice the value of all.
Cuba Accepts Protection.
Washington, Fob. 28 Tho Cuban Convention virtually conceded the
demand madn by America, recognizing America's right to intervene
should occasion arise to preserve the independence of Cuba or to maintain
good government. '
SATURDAY, MARCH 23,
at Gape Town.
of tKS bubonic plnguo causes deop
Towff. The Capo government has
onc&hird of tho city area, and to
takeS should the disorsc spread to
Mr. Millook said a repair steamer
The Hawaiian is now 3!) days out from
hand, a case was mentioned, where,
each lot- liis own,' his wife's" and'his
property destroyed, whereas it is
HAVE CONSTANTLY OIN
Carriage Repairing a Specialty,
BUSINESS AGKNCY AUTIiCRIZEDI TO RECEIVE ORDERS.
England may put a duty on sugar.
Mrs. Carrie Nation will vibi the
Congress has appropriated, in all,
1,40(4000,000.,. f. , , -
Tho hopes for tho Pacific Cable
died with Congress.
Tho American force in China is
being ri.pidly decreased.
The Pope again asserts his right
to temporal sovereighty.
A Hying machine to drop explo
sives w being built in Loudoli.
Caiuv'.t's greatest industries are
passing '.nto American hauds
Then 's a serious trade outlook
in Aust. ia, Germany and Italy,
Tho i -.est of Telegraph Hill, San
Frar.ciM o, will bp a public park.
England is to ask Alaska conces
sions to olTset, changes in the canal
It is predicted that. President
Diaz of Mexico will die within the
X patient in a New York hospital
had his stomach taken out, treated
At last reports ninety bodies had
been recovered 'from the wrecked
Rio de Janeiro.
The Cubans have 'threatened to
force nr. t'Ntrsi -session for eonsidera
t'.on of tne Cuban problem.
essiiuis in Pjjkien as-life priie'
ir v;lt'.:dniwal frot China. .
An'-expedition of il'flf'O Russians'
were r centlv forced to toiire from
Shiny King by 10,000 mounted Chi
Professor Slialer of Harvard thinks
tho immense production oi gold wni
bring silver to the front as an into
Are offered;.?1' 'our patrons al.
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