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S; VOLUME III
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1901.
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A. N. KEP0J.KAI'
ATTojifB at Daw
rVAIL'UKU, ' MAUI
Attoknby at Lac
Attoiint.y at Law
MAKAWAO, . . 3IAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attokney AI) CoUXSKt.T,Ott
Onivoi Occidental Hotel, corner of KIub Mid
JAMES K. SAUNDERS.
Attorney at Law.
Ileal ttstntc, Huslnsss and Collection Agency,
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PllYMCIAX & S'UUOKOS
fAILUKU, . . MAUI
Physician & 'SuitUEo
V. F. McCONKEY, M. D,
-i ' Physician fc Soikikos
PAIA, ' . MAUI
W. RUSSELL BOOTE, D. D S.
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VTAlLUIyU, t . i MAUI
ftLDREDGE & KAIIOOKELE
Civil Engineers and Surveyors
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Vindiug uj) the Boer War.
London, April!). Lord Kitchener, roporjtlug to t!-,n War Office un-ler
date Pretorin, April 8, says: "Pltimr l.no-capiod Pletprslmr vitl
slight opposition. He captured two locomotive."? nirl l!;lrty-nin(; trucks.'
Tho capture of Piotorsburfr is regarded here ns importiint. The pliien
is the termination or the railway, and has he'en the cnpifnl nt tlitfllMPr
government since the evacuation of Pretoria.) 'jThe wholu Nortliern Kail
way is now in the hands of the British. ' '
Wasiiixoton, April !). The Navy Dephrtment hai received the follow
ing cablegram from Admirtil Reiney, dated (!nvito, .A pril 8. showinjr the
size of the insurgent forces which surrendered to Lieut. Col. Goodsell on
the Mth instant at Olongapo: "Insurgent Col. Alba, l.'l offieers, 83 men,
92 rifles 4,000 cartridges, surrendered to Goodsell: 322 unarmed men
Aguimildo Signs Peaco Manifesto.
Manila. April ft, 3:2."p. in. Although thcolllcialsarcurHininmuiiirativr,
it Is nevertheless said that Agulnaldo signed the peace manifesto this
morning. Chief Justice Arellano drafted the document. Aguinaldo
strongly objected to two clauses of the manifesto, and considerable
argument was required to overcome his objections.
' Krueger Jiloy Visit America.
New York, April !). Dispatches from Holland, says Die Tribune cor
respondent at London, revive the. rumor that Mr. Tu'tiegei is bent upon
visiting the United States during the summer. Private inforiilrttnh from
The Hague leads to the belief that his physician is S'.t'.rigly opposed to
any course of action which will subject him to eveiteinent. Mr. Ifrueger's
"enoral health is fair, but he has veak heart aclloil and has becii warned
that ho must live quietly.
Rumors of Chinese Rebellion.
Pekino, April 8. The rumors which have been current during the past
few days of the outbreak of a rebellion headed by Generiil Tung Fu Hsienj
the former commander of the northern army, in the provinces of Mongolia
and Shensi, have been absolutely authenticated. Li Hung Chang and
Prince Chinglhave received information ml the su'jj'H-t, which, though
indolinite, still proves that theciurt is sji'iodsly alarm !
Asks help of Frutico.
Tuirot.i, Sunday, April 7. Advices from Bunyhnit slate that the Sultan,
.Inding jhimscjf ,.help.lcssringainht theirobcllioanow-piiutprogressjihas-- ir
voked tho assistance of tho French, which lias bech promised' him.
Washington, April f. The Navy Department has awarded the con
tract for the building of the twenty-knot cruiser Milwaukee to the Union
Iron Wcrks oTSan Francisco. The contract price is $2,J"(!.,000.
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1 COMPANY LTD.
HAVE CONSfflNTLYiON cilND X
SaddUjs, Btc. Etc;
Carriage Repairing a Soecialtv.
BUSINESS AffENCV AUTHORIZED! TO RECEIVE CHDEI.S.
Count Tolstoi has hocn banished
The battleship Ohio will bo launch
cl on May V.
The Russian-Japanese situation
grows more thron'eniiig.
It is rcDortoil that the. Naval
Juced very soon.
Coner"! V"h rt ur 1 xs rnhlrd
that the inlo of cr-mml-nry fi-tuit'!
are very munli exaggerated.
Consular ffports show p. big in
crease in C'tiinoFo trade last year
notwithstanding the war.
Relatives of tho hhigue victims are
endeavoring to conceal the corpses
of the dead at Cape Town.
.1. Pierpont Morgan and oilier cap
italists proposed In built Hie Panama
eanal at their own expense.
Li Hung Chang has admitted that
he fears Russia and will ma!;o large
concessions to maintain peace.
Japan is making ready to fight
Russia, and it Is alleged that the
Mikado is about to send an ultima
tum. Prime Minister Salisbury's retire
ment is now shortly expected in
London and Balfour is mentioned as
It is said thai to evade the tariff
laws, a big English company will es
tablish large industrial plant in the
Aguinaldoi on April 2, took the
oath of 'f en-It y to the United States
under the terms nf amnesty offered
by General MacArlhur.
The situation in Russia is very
grave, there being much bloodshed
in Poland and revolutionary move
ments in liu.nj' towns and cities.
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