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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1911
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HONOLULU, Jan. 8h It took the jury just six minutes to de
clare McQuad not guilty. He is still in the custody of the police
pending the settlement of the question as to his sfthity. "
Tarl Bjorn, a guest At . ft private boarding house here believes she
holds the secret of the death of John Norton, who was blown up while
examining explosives on a ferryboat in Ban Francisco bay recently.
The coral will be blown out of Honolulu harbor with dynamite by
the Honolulu Dredging Co,
The Senate is likely to kill the emigration law, on account of the
condition in which the Filipinos are who have arrived here.
Word has been received of the death of the widow of IX. C. Janios
in England. '
The Honolutuan has bean taken of the sailing list, on account of
the uncertainty of her arrival.
HONOLULU, Jan. 30. A largo haul of opium was taken off the
Siberia yesterday. Two Chinese And a white steward were arrested.
The condemnation suit of the Hotel Btreet property has been
throw out, because it was brought by Campbell instead of by the
Territory. ', ' .
The Japanese who murdered 1b former wife and then attempted to
commit suicide, is deadv V " '
Three automobile accidents Occurred yesterday. There were no
The unsanitary conditions now existing at Kalihi and Palama,
will soon he rehiedied, .
Madame Calve, the French prima donna, who was to have Srtng
here last night, cancelled her engagement on account of illness.
Ah old couple has been fourtd dead in a house in Manna Valley.
They are supposed to have died about six days ago. - ' '
HONOLULU, Jan. 28 It is rumored that the Chinese consul has
been nquested to resign by his government. He refuses to talk.
A Japanese laundress was hacked trt death by her ex-husSand in
the yard of Dr, Baldwin of Manoa. The mah afterward committed
hari kari. . . , "'
The batch of Filipinos arriving yesterday are even worse than any
who came previously,
An artilleryman at Fort Huger, by the name of Friedman, a Rus
sian' Jew, who enlisted here, has been arrested for robbing the home of
Prof. Cox. . . . 4
English Parliament Opens.
LONDON, Feb. 1. Parliament convened yesterday. The speech
from the throne was interpreted 'to be the beginning of the attack by
the Commons on the veto power of the Lords. "
NEW YORK, Feb. 1. The Northern Pacific R. II. will 'double
track its lines west of the Missouri river.
''WASHINGTON, Feb. 1. Col. Riddle will crmmand nil United
States murines in the future. '
GUAYQUlL, Feb. 1. Yielding to the will of the people of Ecua
dor, expressed in the rioting recently, President Alfaro has announced
that negotiations between Ecuador tvnd the United 'States for the latter
to lease a coaling station, have been abandoned.
More Opium found:
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 31.--A watchman , on the Pacific Mail
wharf was found to have 15,000 worth of opium in his possession".
Over $40,000 worth Was taken off the Pleiades when she arrived from
Oriental ports. . '
WASHINGTON, Jam 31. The Democratic wing in the House
are in favor of a permanent tariff commission.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31, Taft has accepted the resignation of
Capl. Haines, who was sentenced to a term in jail for murder. i
Earthquake at Manila.
MANILA, Jan. 30. -"A severe eruption of Mt. Taal accompanied
by severe earthquakes and tidal wave, hag caused much damage. Na
tives are terror stricken, because some say the city is sinking. One
U S. trooper was killed when a house to Which he had gone to rescue
the inmates, collapsed. :
WASHINGTON, Jan.' 30. The Mexican government through its
representative, has informed the Secretary of War that the neutral ily
laws are being violated, specific instances being furnished. The Secre
tary immediately gave orders trebling the patrol on the border.
t SACRAMENTO, Jan. 30: Resolutions demanding further restric
tions on emigration, has been introduced into the'assembly.
LONDON, Jan. 30. The Duke of Connaught, uncle to the King'
has been named governor-general of Canada.-
Dr. Burke Convicted.
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SANTA ROSA, Jan. 28 Dr. Burke, who has been on trial for
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with her child, was found guilty yesterday. lie has appealed.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 28. Burns of Oakland defeated One
Round Ilogan here last night. -
OAKLAND, Jan. 28. Prof. Hesse of the University of California
died last night at his home in Berkeley.
PUEBLO, Col., Jan. 28. A lone bandit held Up a train on the
Colorado Southern, and robbed it. He secured much money and
valuables. Determined passengers afterward captured the bandit and
recovered the booty.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 28. It is known that the President de;
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BOSTON, Jan. 28. The Seattle Assembly favors San Erancisco
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