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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1911
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HONOLULU, Jan. 24 It is rumored that the Legislature will
take a voto of want of confidence in Governor Frear.
The Oahu Sugar Co. denies the intention to secure Wahiawa water
Governor Frear euggests a system of independent taxation by
counties. Radical reforms are advocated.
The Morgan home on Emma street is to be sold to the church as a
residence for Bishop Restarick.
The Board of Immigration has ordered Dr. Clark to Havana to
investigate the labor problems of Cuba; also to see what possibility
there is to secure white labor for the plantations here.
Governor Frear is advocating a commission government and in
cludes the county governments in his scheme.
HONOLULU, Jan. 23. A deputation from Chinese socioties were
received by the representative from the legation in Washington at the
Young Hotel-esterday. He is said to have expressed surprise at the
A description of the men who are believed to have been instru
mental in blowing up the Times building has been received by the
The Supervisors have agreed not to have a road supervisor for
Honolulu. They contend the work can be done better and cheaper by
City Engineer Geer.
. The fight against the McCrossen bill will be renewed here.
HONOLULU, Jan. 21. The Consolidated Oil Co. has opened up
a gusher, near their other well, which is flowing 5,000 barrels a day.
The police raided the streets last night for young children. They
took seventy-five from the picture shows charged with violating the
The cross examination of McQuaid brought Hisemann of Hilo
into the affair.
W. G. Smith, who comes to take the editorial management of the
Star, arrived yesterday.
Uncle Sam Waking Up.
NEW YORK, Jan. 24. Investigation shows that the customs
have been defrauded of $15,000,000 by underrating the value of tobacco
received. The great discrepancy between the reports of importations
of wrapper and filler tobacco caused the investigation. The tobacco
trust is implicated. '
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24. Speaking before the National Marine
Congress in session here, Representative Humphries of Washington,
said that war with Japan was not anticipated. He said that the
United States would abandon the coaling station on Magdalena bay.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Jan. 23. The state constitution has
been adopted by a majority of 10,000.
TIMBERLY, So. Africa, Jan. 23. J. Donnelly ran 150 yards in
14 seconds, making a new world's record.
Ed. The old record was A- seconds, made by B. J. Wefers at
Worcester, Mass., in 1897. - ' ,
Marines Land at Hankow.
jJankow, Jan. 23. Rioting among the Chinese took place here
yesterday. Many were killed and wounded. The rioting became gen
eral, and the local authorities, who were unable to cope with the situa
tion, called upon the warships in the harbor for aid. Marines were
landed. The rioters attacked the marines while they were marching
to the consulates. Being unable to push their way through, the ma
rines were ordered to fire on the mob. . Eight Chinese were killed at
the first volley. . .
VICTORIA, Jan. 23. Advices from China and Janan. are excit
ing comment among naval and military men here. Japan is on the
eve of building another great dreadnaught.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 23. A new record in aviation wuh mndo
yesterday. Lieut. Bach of the naval engineering corps petit a wireless
message from an aeroplane 2Y2 miles from the Btarting point.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23. The House committee reDOrt that on
investigation they believe Peary reached within 1 1-6 miles of the
North role. 1 hey make recommendations for reward and advance
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 21. The fight being waged by Gov. John
son against the Southern Pacific, continues.
TOKYO, Jan.' 21. The Imperial Diet was opened yesterday by
Simms Gets Roast.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. Secretary of the Navy Meyer, has
publicly reprimanded, Admiral Simms for his "last drop of blood"
speech in London recently.
ALBANY, Jan. 21. The deadlock over the election of a U. S.
Senator continues in spite of all efforts to elect Sheehan. Depew seems
to be earning.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. Tho American Federation of Labor in
executive council, granted a charter to the Western Federation of
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 21. -Administrative measures of Gov
Johnson, providing for Public commissions, and the referendum were
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21. An appropriation of $25,000 has been
asked for by the navy department for aeroplanes.
TOKIO, Jan. 20. The 24 conspirators, who were sentenced to
death, have had their sentence commuted to imprisonment for life,
SACRAMENTO, Jan. 20. The committee from the Senate have
reported favorably on the woman's suffrage bill.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 Champ Clark was named speaker of
the next House, at a Democratic caucus yesterday.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. Keefer spoke against the proposed
Panama Canal fortifications yesterday. Hobson spoke in favor, and
hiB fiery remarks caused another sensation.
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