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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY. MAY 22, 1909
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S. Decker sell nil his personnl effects today nt public auction
Posters are out giving full description of the fame.
HONOLULU, May IS The strike is practically broken at Ewa.
Half of the field hands have returned to work. Hundreds of strike
brenkers go to the plantation? and secure work every day.
WASHINGTON, May 18. Mrs. Tnft is ill with nervous prostra
tion. Her condition is not serious.
SAN KRANCISCO, May 18. John 1). nnd Adolph apreckels have
filed a demurrer against carrying out the trust clause in the will of
Clans Spreckels., It may be n test of the validity of the will as a
whole. Yesterday Rudolph Spreckels testified in the graft trial of
LONDON, May IS. George Meredith, the novelist, is dead from
WASHINGTON. May 18. President Taft will take up the ques
tion of changing the hours of labor in the departments by beginning
labor two hours earlier between May 1st and October 1st.
FLUSHING, May 18. Captain Haines has been sentenced to eight
years for manslaughter.
SAN FRANCISCO. May IS. Admiral Sebree and fleet have gone
North to attend the Seattle-Yukon Fair.
ST. PAUL. May 18. Officials of the Great Northern R. R. have
offered a reward of 8,000 for the capture of Simms, the robber, who
held up a train at Moise, Washington, on Sunday.
HONOLULU, May 17. Several fires have occurred at Ewa ami
Waipahu. At the latter place one occurred yesterday but the striking
Japs refused to lend a hand to extinguish it. A majority of Japs are
believed to be read1 to go back to work. Hundreds of strike breakers
are taking the places of strikers. Hawaiians, whites and others are
taking the places of the Japs in the mills.
Hilo Japs are reported to have organized.
The captain of the Dirigo tells a story of awful experience on the
Dirigo now in the harbor.
WILTON, New Hampshire, May 17 Rev. J. W. Sylvester, form
erly pastor of Central Union Church, died here today.
(5 HEAT FALLS, Montana, May 17. A shock of earthquake was
felt here last night. Windows were broken throughout the city.
HELENA, Montana, May 1G. During an earthquake last night
the wall of a house was thrown down anil minor damage was done.
WINNEPEG, May 1G An earthquake shock that las fed 20 seconds
was felt here.
NEW HAVEN, May 1G. Yale defeated Harvard in the field meet.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 10. Papke knocked out Kelly in the
ESQULMALT, May 17. -British officers will entertain the officers
of the Japanese squadron.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 17. Svvinbutn has hauled down his
flag" as commander of the Pacific fleet.
SEOUL, May 17. Viscount Sone has left for Tokio at the sum
mons of Prince Ito. It is believed that Prince Ito will resign his posi
tion at Seoul ami will be succeeded by Sone.
MANILA. May 17. The transpor' Kilpatriek has sailed for New
Yoik by way ot the Suez Canal with the tenth cavalry on board.
HONOLULU, May lo. Ewa Japs have walked cut At a ma s
meeting of Japs last night it was stilted that the strike would benefit
labor $2,000,000 and it was worth while to spend $11. 000 lo get it.
There is no disorder any win-re.
The Sheriff warned the Waipahu Japs not to interfere with the
Chinese who wished to work. Manager Bull replied to the Japs that
he would not acceed to their demands.
lawyer Lightfoot made a speech at the mass meeting and support
ed the claims of the Japs.
The Portuguese advise Campbell to tell what it costs to live here anil
to tell the truth in everything as there are Portuguese who can e out
two years ago who now wish to return.
The Promotion committee invites John Burroughs to visit the
valcano. ' .
Baron Kothchilds is a passenger on the Nippon Maru today.
KANSAS CITY, May 15. Tornadoes in Kansas and Missouri
killed 5 people and injured 55 last night.
LONDON, May 15. The bill introduced by Redmond removing
civil disabilities of Roman Catholics provides for the removal of the
objectionable clauses in the oath of accession of the British sovereign
in which the ruler is pledged to oppose the Church of Rome and re
peals all acts prohibiting the residence in Great Brittain of Jesuits
and other monastics and their acquisition of property.
ROME, May 14. The cabinet has opposed the naval programme
calling for an expenditure of $50,000,000 for the building of Dread
naughts. MANILA, May 14. The Legislature has elected two delegates to
N UtltOIJI, May 14. Kermit Roosevelt was lost overnight in the
PARIS, May 14. The strike is declining.
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