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SATURDAY, MAY 9, 1908
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HONOLULU, May 5. The Maraina arrived this morning two
days late from Victoria.
It is rumored the monitor Wyoming will be stationed nt Honolulu.
Doctor St. Clair is appointed undersjudy to Dr. Gofer in the
Hoard of Health.
The Democratic convention instructs to vote for lryan.
Wallach's proposal of treatment of lepers was turned down by the
Hoard yesterday. The conditions are announced under which Atcher
ley shall treat at the station.
Krear cables to go slow in the arrangements for the enterln-ininent
of the lleet. Advice0 will be found in Mcl'ryde's letter.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5.- A iire between Cirant and Kearney
on Market street destroyed $200,000 worth of property.
NEW YORK, May 5. At a complimentary dinner here yesterday
to Takahira. the guest of honor said in a speech the visit of the lleet
to the countries bordering the Pacific would open new era of inter
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5. Joseph Espinosa appointed consul
for Spain for California and Hawaii.
The U. S. Court of Appeals reversed the decision of the lower
court in the case of 'United States against Freed man and instruct the
dismissal of the petition.
LAKEWOOD, May 5. Cleveland's condition is in. proving.
WASHINGTON, May 5. V Ireland's financial bill has been tabled
NEWPORT, OREGON, May 5. The lumber laden steamer Minnie
Kenton shifted her cargo and was subjected to heavy seas washing
over her. Six men were washed overboard and drowned.
NEW YORK, May 5. Harriman will suk for the issue of $1 ()(,
000,000 of bonds of the Union Pacific.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 5. Eight cruisers fro n the north arrived
HONOLULU, May 4. Paul Voeller Jr. and Manuel Macbado,
both employed by the Hawaiian Gazette Co., and Goo Him Sui, a iro
minent Chinese, died of pneumonia.
The yacht Hawaii returned last night from her trial trip to Lahai-
na with the committee. Everything is satisfactory.
The Chilean and Brazilian sailors in port had a good time yester
day. Plenty of coin flowed in the business channels.
The non-leprous boys arrived in Honolulu yesterday.
HONOLULU, May 3. Consul Saito has cabled the Japanese gov
ernment to have sake brought to a higher standard ofjiurity so that it
will be admitted here.
Roberts, the sailor, won from Mitsuka, the champion Japanese
wrestler, in two straight falls.
LONDON, May -4. Twenty thousand Afghans yesterday attacked
one of the blockhouses occupied by Riitish troops in the Khyber Pass
and were repulsed.
ST. PETERSBURG, May 4. The Swedish' Imperial Prince and
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NEW YORK, May 4. Six people perished inv.a tenement house
fire vesterdav. . -"' ' " ' ' :' v-A : ' '''
MANILA, May 4. Antipol.i, aa island of Luxon, was struck by
lightning. Four" hundred hoirseB were. destroyed.
-POUGIIKEEPSIE, av 4'. The nppliention of Thaw for a writ
of habeas corpus and discharge from the asylum will bo heard today
. FORT WAYNE, May 4. As a result of a hotel (ire ten people
are dead and twenty injured.
LIMA. Mav 4. The insurrection that broke out on May Day has
NEW YORK, May ?. T, celebration of the Roman Catholic
centennial of the diocese of New York closed with a parade of . (iO.OOO
WASHINGTON, May 3. The IIouso passed a bill authorizing
the appointment of another member of the Philippine Commission.
HAVANA, May 4. A British steamer has been Seized for v'olat
ing the Cuban fishing laws.
liUlIL, Mont., May 4. A train of the Hurlington line was
dynamited west of here and two persons were killed. The engine was
w recked. There is no clue to the identity of the wreckers.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 4. Tirey L. Ford was found not guilty
on the first ballot. ,
HONOLULU, May 2. It is tho opinion here that the government
will centralize its fortifications. In an address yesterday Major Ilaan
called upon the people to assist to strengthen tho militia in order to
assist in manning the fortifications which will be completed about the
time the naval station is finished. '
The Benjamin Constant is here on a cruise around the world.
No cable was received from the race enthusiasts of Honolulu. The
Trans-Pacific race for the year is off.
HONOLULU, May 2. Tax Assessor Robinson of Maui has resign
LAKEWOOD, May 2. G rover Cleveland is suffering from cancer
of the stomach.
MUKDEN, May 2. The Chinese have been exonerated from
blame for the attack on the American Consulate in this place.
TOKIO, May 2. Prince Yanashimii of the royal family is dead
me v rencii anu liauan car in me race arounu me woriu nave
SAN FRANCISCO, May 2. The case against Tirey L. Ford will
go to the jury today.
OAKLAND, May 2. Secretary Metcalf has arrived here to wel-
comp the battleship fleet.
CHARLESTON, May 2. Tuft has started for the isthmus to in
speet the tunnel operators.
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