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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1908
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FRUITS, NUTS, CIGARS,
lee Cold PrinUs AUuys on Hui.d
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ami at l'aia ami Ilauiakuapoko on
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KIl;CI.t. I) TUT MAI!I MLWR.i
Sujinr SHi ilog. test 3MI, Reels its !1.
IIII.O, .liimifiry 20. Mopes Lono lias been liebl over fur tin; April
term. I In accus' s Sam Luliiau. another uiiil at the Rtmreliiip School
of KiiL'tiesling and changing the money orders. Instructions were sent
to arrest Luliiau. who is expected here Wednes !.ly from Knwnihae.
Rreckuns and Hendry have been co!iseiuciit I y detained.
HONOLULU, January 21. Governor Frear's recoptim was at
tended by hundreds of citizens.
The Suiireme Court has decided nixainst the Rapid Transit Co. in
the matter of changing time schedule on the Liliha Street cars.
PARIS, January 21. The rumored plot to blow up the American
Meet at Rio de Janeiro has been discredited here. Several arrests hnve
been made in Rio de Janeiro.
OTTAWA, January 21. Commissioner King in his report on im
migration matters blames the transportation companies fur the Oriental
CHICAGO, January 21. The Commonwealth Trust & Union
Labor Bank will close voluntarily. The depositors will lose.
RIO DE JANEIRO, January 21.- Officers of the licet were ban
queted at the palace last night.
WASHINGTON, January 21. Congress passed the bill authoriz
ing the contruction of an immigration station at Philadelphia.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 21. tread well has been released on
NEW YORK, January 21. The Hamilton Rank and six branches
will resume business today.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 21. Louu Glass is seriously ill and
was moved from the jail to the hospital.
Abe Ruef will surely be prosecuted.
TOKIO, January 20. The government was denounced in a pro
gressive meeting here today. '
MELIJOURAE, January 20. 1 here were VI deaths from sun
1110 DE JANEIRO, January 20 A plot of anarchists to destroy
the American fleet was discovered.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 20. Langdon says the agreement
with Reuf would have made him free from punishment on account of
his evidence against Schmitz and the Supervisors.
PHILADELPHIA, January 20 Charles Emory Smith is dead.
TOKIO, January 20. An explosion in a coal mine at Tubari
entombed 104 men.
ELY NEVADA, January 20. The three men who were entomb
ed in a mine here by a cavein on December oi'd. have been taken out
uninjured They were five hundred feet below the surface and were
kept alive by food and air furnished through a six inch pipe that
was uninjured by the cavein. When they were entombed they uncoup
led the pipe at the bottom of the shaft and were in daily communica
tion with those above who lowered them the best foods obtainable.
COPENHAGEN, January 20. A company is being formed to do
towing in the straights of Magellan.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 20.- Mrs. Oelrich has exchanged her
Rialto and Crossley buildings for the Fairmount Hotel.
TEXOLA, January 19. The First National Hank was robbed of
$4,000 here. The cashier was gagged and bound.
WASHINGTON, January 19. Roosevelt will send a special mes
sage to Congress regaiding the need of an appropriation for Pearl Har
bor. The Immigration bill of Hepburn was favorably reported.
HONOLULU, January 10. Judge Whiting died vesterdav after
a long illness. He will be buried today with Masonic ceremonies.
Lusitana Society christened its new home last night. I lie event
wtis the occasion of a big celebration.
WASHINGTON, January 19. It is officially announced that
F'rancis Le Cairn will be sailing master of the hospital relief ship,
Suregeon Stokes is in command. The question as to whether the bos
pital relief ship should be under command of a naval officer or ether
wise was the cause of a disagreement between Roosevelt andDrownson
and the resignation front the naval board of the latter.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 19 The prosecution has br-iken off
all negotiations with Reuf. He will be given no immunity.
NEW YORK, January 19. Banker Steadman is dead. Heart
failurj was the cause.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 19. It lias been decided to select
candidates for President at the primaries.
NEW YORK, January 19. Owine; to the breaking of ice, six boy
broke through and two were drowned.
Ill LO, January 17. lionuigutree and Dale the California rcpre
sentatives visited Puna lands. They find good pineapple and rubber
nrosnects. Thev are now at the volcano. Thev will return on the
Ma una Loa.
Moses Lono is held by the United States Commissioner on a charge
of raising a postal money order. Marshall Hendry is expected Sun
day. The money order was cashed by Levy Lyman the principal of
HONOLULU, January IS. Hawaii proposes to treat the Ameri
can farmer as it treated the Molokans. The American farmer is tx
pected to be graU ful.
WASHINGTON, January IS. The President has approved the
plans for widening the Panama canal which will be compjeted in six
NEW YORK, January 18. Thaw's mother and his wife were on
the stand yesterday. The public were excluded during the testimony
of the latter.
PORT AU PRINCE. January IS. Rebels have captured three
ROME. January IS. The Pope is ill. He cannot receive visitors
TORONTO, January IS. The Sovereign Rank of Canada am
twenty-six branches have gone into liquidation.
COLUMP.US, January 18. 'I' .ft claims 500 delegates to the state
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