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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1909
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HONOLULU, February 23. Automobiles in the floral parade was
a great success.
The militia from Maui and Hawaii had a good time in the street
parade last night.
W. G. Selter has been appointed assistant post master of Honolulu.
Advices from Washington are that Roosevelt will appoint U. S.
District Attorney on Frear's recommendation before March 1st.
FORTRESS MOS'ROE, February 23. At a banquet to the of
ficers last night, Roosevelt drank to the American Navy saying that
not until the fleet returned victorious from war would there be such
another home coming as this.
SACRAMENTO, February 23. The Senate Committeo on Foreign
Relations has prepared a petition urging congress to maintain an ex
clusion policy and extend it to all Asiatics.
WASHINGTON, February 23. In a second speech Raincy made
a bitter attack on the Panama Canal. He reiterated former statetrents
and was terribly arraigned by representative Burton.
DELMAR, Delaware, February 23. Several persons were killed
in a train collision here today.
HONOLULU, February 22. The Senate has postponed the consi
deration of nominations made by Frear. Objections seem to be framing
against the Treasurer, Land Commissioner, and Superintendent of
Preparations for the grandest floral parade ever seen in Honolulu
The troops in camp were reviewed hy the Senators and Representa
A new trades and labor society has been started by Hawaiians.
COLUMBUS, O., February 22. J. M. Dickenson of Tenneesee,
Chas. Nagel of St. Louis and Ballenger of Seattle will be in Taft's
WASHINGTON, February 22 The sub-committee of the Senate
investigating the merger of Tennessee Coal and Iron report that Roose
velt had no authority to permit the absorption.
The Diplomatic, Consular, Military Academy and Rivers and
Harbors appropriations have passed the House.-
SAN FRANCISCO, February 22. Smith, the Morman leader, is
on board the steamer Alameda bound for Honolulu.
WASHINGTON, February 22. Estimates show that the Panama
Canal is one-third finished.
WORCESTER, February 22. Carol D. Wright is dead.
WASHINGTON, February 22. President-Roosevelt and party
Bail for Hampton Roads to meet the fleet which was sighted off Cape
Henry yesterday morning. -
SOUTH OMAHA, February 22. Following the killing of a police
man in the Greek section a mob attacked the Greeks and wrecked
thirty buildings and injured a score of men. The riot lasted three
KANSAS CITY, February 22. Fifty Greeks here were attached
yesterday by a mob of 600. Four Greeks were injured.
ST. PETERSBURG, February 22. Ferdinand of Bulgaria is here
on a visit taCzar Nicholas. -This is supposed to have much political
CAMBRIDGE, February 22. Stuart Robinson, nephew of Pre
sident Roosevelt, was killed by falling from a window in the sixth
SAN FRANCISCO, February 22. The light house tender Kukui
sailed yesterday for Honolulu.
ALCARTE, Spain, February 22. Severe earthquake shocks in
jured twenty persons and created a panic.
HONOLULU.-February 20. Chas. M. Cooke was stricken with
paralysis at Lihue, Kauai, yesterday.
The Honolulu forts will be named Brussey at Waikiki, Ruger at
Diamond Head, Upton at Queen Emma point, Pearl Harbor.
WASHINGTON, February 20. Secretary Newberry declines all
bids for the dry dock as there is not enough money in the appropria
tion. He will call for bids for a smaller dock.
The House appropriated $600,000 for the survey of rivers and har
bors, including Kahului and Hanapepe harbors.
COPENHAGEN, February 20. The Danish cruiser Heirndel col
lided with the British steamer Astrachan and arrived here in a sinking
TOPEKA, February 20. The Legislature has passed a law which
forbids doctors prescribing liquor in cases of Bickness. x
WASHINGTON, February 20.- Congress has extended the time
for the franchise of the Honolulu Automatic Telephone Co.
The President has signed the bill making a national reservation
of the Calaveras big trees.
PEKING, February 20. An imperial edict establishes a Navy
Department with Prince Su at the head. .
A MISTAKEN IRISHMAN.
It is said to be a peculiarity of
the island of Montserrat that the
negroes speak with a rich Irish bro
gue. This phenomenon is explain
ed by the fact that in the seven
teenth century the colony wa9 peo
pled almont entirely by the Irish.
In "The Cradle of the Deep" Sir
Frederick Treves gives the following
incident illustrative of the care with
which this dialect has been preserv
ed. It is quoted from Ober,
An Irishman fresh from Donegal
arrives at Montserrat, and leaning
over the steamer's rail, addresses
himself in the following terms to a
coalblaek negro who has come
I alongside with provisions:
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"Say, Cuffee, phwat's the chance
for a lad ashore 1"
' Good, yer honor, if ye're not
airaia oi wurruic. nut me name s
not Cuffee, an', plase ye, it's Pat
Muivaneyr Ana do ye mane
to say ye're Oirish?"
"The saints defend us! An
how long have yer been out here?'
"A matter of tin year or so."
llm. . . ...
im yean An yez black as
me nati have me soul, i took yez
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