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THE MAUI NEW
-SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2M 1909
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HONOLULU, February 16. Kaamoana, who was accused of
burning the Booth house, withdraws his story and says he was coerced
by Chillingworth to concoct the story.
W. O. Smith will be president of the Senate.
Hotel men have declared in favor of tourists making the trip to
Hawaii and volcano.
The steamer Lurline towed in the bark Mohican last night.
Kaleikini has been convicted of murder in the first degree.
ACAPULCO. February 16. Three hundred persons were cremat
n a burning theatre yesterday.
WASHINGTON, February 1C- Senator Newlands offered an
amendment to the Naval bill appropriating $12,000,000 for tho con
struction of vessels for transport service, dispatch boats, cruisers and
scouts. Senator Hale said if the increase is to continue the Govern
ment may have to borrow money for construction work.
NEW YORK, February 16. The battleship fleet is in communica
tion with wireless stations along the Atlantic coast.
WASHINGTON, February 16. Separate statehood bills for
Arizona and New Mexico passed the House today.
HONOLULU, February 15. Baker won the election as Auditor
of Kauai County in the second contest by 200 votes.
The steamer Lurline will arrive today and the Hilonian tomorrow
LONDON, February 15. Admiral Beresford will probably be re
tired next month.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand, February 15. Fifty-two bodies
have been recovered from the wreck of th9 steamer Penguin.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 15. The wife of Daniel Frohman
announces her intention of applying for a divorce.
CINCINNATTI, February 15. Taft has returned home safely
and announces that he wants a nice inauguration.
HONOLULU, February 14. Chas. Booth has been discharged on
a demurrer. Judge De Holt ruled that it is not a crime for a man to
burn his own home or employ another man to do so. A nolle pos. was
entered in the case of the native arrested with him.
The Pacific Construction Co., a mainland firm, was the lowest
bidder for the dry dock at Pearl Harbor. E. J. Lord was second.
senator renting ot (jamornia nas Killed tne coastwise suspension
bill in committee.
Governor Frear will urge a special tax of 2 on incomes of over
Sullivan got the decision over Peterson in the fifth round on a foul
WASHINGTON, February 14. -Goelhals, chief engineer on the
Panama Canal, says the work will be finished in 1915.
REGGIO, February 14. Another violent earthquake shock , oc
curred yesterday. Many walls of ruins have fallen.
CONSTANTINOPLE, February 14. The constitutional crisis
passed without trouble. A new ministry has been formed. .
HONOLULU, February 13. The parade and ceremonies yester
day were the most impressive seen here in many years. The weather
was delightful but several heat prostrations occurred among the
soldiers. In spite of pouring rain the Opera House was crowded to
capacity in the evening to hear the exercises.
The Estate of J. B. Atherton donated a $15,000 fund to Punahou.
PEORIA, 111., February 13. Minister Takahira delivered an
eulogy on Lincoln at the Centennial banquet. In the course of his re
marks he said war between the United States and Japan was impos
sible. HODGEVILLE, Ky., February 13 President Roosevelt and
Luke Wright eulogized Lincoln at the dedication services yesterday.
SPRINGFIELD, 111., February 13. Among the orators here yes
terday were Ambassador Bryce from England, M. Jusserand from
France, Wm. J. Bryan and Robt. T. Lincoln.
SACRAMENTO, February 13. A joint session of the Legislature
was held yesterday. Governor Gillette made an address on Lincoln.
WELLINGTON, February 13. The steamer Penguin is wrecked.
She was driven ashore at Terra White. Sixteen lives were lost.
PASADENA, February 13. One person was killed and two were
wounded by a landslide following a cloudburst at Rudin Canyon.
THE PROPHET AT HOME.
"Do you mean to say," began
she tourist to the villacer with
whom the London Daily News sayt
he had struck up conversation,
"that the old man in front of that
house is really one hundred years
"One hundred and four," correct
ed the native.
"No wonder you're proud of
him!' congratulated the tourist.
''I don't know about bein' proud
o' him," replied the villager, calm
ly. "Far'B I know, he ain't done
anything in this place except grow
odd, an' it's took him a sight o'
time to d"o that."
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A poor, half-fed, Bhrinkingr'Ger
man peddler rapped timidly. Mrs.
Kelly, whose temper that day was
bad, flung open the kitchen door
and glowered down at him. Every
body's Magazine tells the story.
"Did yez wish to see me?" she
demanded, in threatening tones.
The man backed off a few steps.
"Veil, if I did." he assured her,
with an apologetio grin, "I got "my
vish. Thank you!"
A POSSIBLE REASON.
One never knows just what is
the power behind the throne. The
true motive often lies buried deep
under a pile of plausibilities. Per
haps the clergyman in the skit
taken from London Opinion prob
ed down to a true spring of action.
The good parson was summoned
for driving his automobile beyond
the speed limit.
"Now," said the magistrate,
"you say you were going at only
eighteen miles and hour, ' but the
constable still declares you were
traveling at thirty. Now I don't
like to doubt either of you. Can
you think why he declares you were
going at that rate? Is there any
grudge he owes you?"
"No," replied the clergyman,
'no, I can't think of anything-
unless it is that
three years ago."
I married him
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