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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, IANUARY 21, 1911
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HONOLULU, Jan. 17. Cable advices have been received here
asking about a deputy for Cotterell. It is probable Carl Wiedemann
will be appointed. It is understood that Sam Parker is representing
The Japanese ' who. were arrested for selling liquor without ft
license, and keeping a disorderly house, have threatened to jepleven
the liquor seized.
Eleven persons have been indicted by the Grajid Jury.
In the examination of jurors for the McQuaid trial, several jurors
have been excused because they believed in the unwritten law. It is
thought possible this may be the excuse given by McQuaid as his
Much outside capital is being attracted here on account of the
pineapple prospects. . 1
HONOLULU, Jan. 16 The Elks have bought the Y. M. C A.
building and lot for $29,000.
A raid on Hirano & Charlie's hotel resulted in the capture of a
large quantity of liquor. ,
The Chinese New Year celebration will take place January 29th
The reception at the Consulate will be on the following day, but few
Chinese will attend, because of friction with the consul.
. Sorenfon & Lyle won their case from the United States. The
suit was for repairs on the Schooner Woodbury, which had been dam
aged by the tug Iroquois.
The McQuaid trial will begin today. The attorneys will, try to
make out a cane of drunkenness and insanity.
HONOLULU, Jan, 14. The chart of the transport Sherman had
not been changed to conform with present conditions, on account of
changes not being reported by officer in charge of lighthouse service
Tony Ornellas of the Metropolitan Meat Company, fell to his
death yesterday leaving the schooner Mary Foster. Accident was not
known till body was found. It is supposed he slipped while jumping
from the ship to the wharf. ,'
The Land Board is again working on the Kupaa leases. I The sub
leases will be reviewed by the. Governor.
The Chinese Consul's methods cause of defiance in the Chinese
colony. II ee Fat yesterday cut off his queue.
Another Coward Passes Out.
BAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 17. -Carl CuUine, a dealer in Oriental
goods, who was indicted by theiJrDdJuryi for putting on false valua
tions, committed suicide here today.
DOVER, Jan. l7.Dupont may iiiccaed himself as senator from
Delaware.'- "' ' .'"V; ' ',WTJ-' 1
BOSTON. Jan. 17. Whioole 'ho been nominated as Senator from
Massachusetts to succeed Lodge. against, whom Governor Fobs has
waged a bitter fight. ; ,.Jf : . . .
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. PMlcell, Democrat, wants the minority
report of the Ballinger committee accepted by Congress.
WASHINGTON, Jan 17. An important meeting of the House
committee will be held today to --consider the Panama Exposition
Representative Kahn will represent California. v ' "
Manchuria Plague Stricken.
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MUKDEN, Jan. 16. Thirty deaths from bubonic plaune have
occured here, and the disease is spreading fast.
HARBIN, Jan. 16. The plague is raging here. The deaths reach
50 a day. Scores of people are fleeing to the country, where death is
almost certain from cold and privation.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 16. The battleship Arkansas, the. largest
dreadnaught, will be launched today,
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 16 It is reported that Bonilla has cap
tured a province. Many recruits are joining his army.
CHICAGO, Jan. 16. Great reductions in the price of commodities
are expected when the produce exchange opens today. The cold storage
houses have held thei-stock since last fall waiting for still . higher
prices, butthe people have refused to buy.
1 SELBYV1LLE, Ky., Jan 16. Three negroes charged with uiur
der wera taken from the jail yesterday and lynched.
Anarchists in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 14. Mining Engineer,- John Norton,
while eroding the ferry here yesterday, had a bottle thrust into his
pocket by aii unknown man. While examining the bottle, an ex
plosion occurred and he was blown -to atoms. ' Two other passengers
were injured. " .
WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. Bailey of Texas, gave notice yesterday,
of his intention In fit lit the Tafl Commission, bill. A determined
effort will be made in the Senate to defeat the bill.
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WASHINGTON, Jan. 14. The Senate went, ou record yesterday
in favor of a constitutional amendment providing for the election of
senators by direct vote.
VIERNY, Jan. 14. Earthquake shocksyesterday, laid this city
in ruins. , "
BALTIMORE, Jan. 14. The United Surety Company is in the
hands of a receiver.
BATAVIA, Jan. 14. Four persons were killed in a wreck on the
New York Central, at Camden, yesterday. , '
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