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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1911
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HONOLULU,' Feb. 28. A total of seven cases of Cholera has
been discovered. Five deaths reported, and one case recovering. The
last case was found in a cave back of the old Kaumakapili Church.
Judge Dole recommends Cooper, Breckons, or Clemmons for the
Federal judgeship. '
The Rapid Transit Company will ask "for a new charter to justify
the contemplated extensions. ' (
The Supervisors have raised the pay of the road supervisor to
$150 a month.
Two changes will be made in the Japanese consulate here. Secretary
Sugimoto will go to China, and Soyeda to Ne.w York.
HONOLULU, Feb. 25. The County bonding bills are being op
posed in the Legislature by representatives of the banking interests.
The deU gates to the Pan Pacific congress were banqueted at the
Commercial club last night.
The Legislature has created the office of Superintendent of streets
for Honolulu. They took the power of appointment away from the
Mayor and gave it to the Board of Supervisors.
Two cases of cholera have been reported. One case has proved
fatal, and the other is dangerous. Many people have been in contact
with these two cases, and the Board of Health is taking drastic
measures. ' '
Bourne Attacks Taft.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. Bourne of Oreeon,-in a speech today
inferentially charged President Taft wfth misuse of his appointive
power. His statements were so strong tnat they could not De
DOUGLAS, Ariz., Feb. 28. Two hundred Mexican revolutionists
have captuied Fronteras, a point midway on the railroad. The place
was defended by fifteen civilian soldiers.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28. Radical changes will be made by Con
gress in the marine hospital service, i he name win oe changed lo
Public Health Service, and it is proposed that the scope of the service
for the public good will be greatly increased. '
HONOLULU, Feb. 27. Five deaths from cholera have taken place
in the past two days. Th?re have been six cases, all Hawanane.
Swimming and fishing has been prohibited between Diamond Head and
The heavy rains here Saturday interfered with the Shriners. They
held their parade between the showers.
The Legislature visited the different military reservations Saturday
at the invitation of Gen. McConib. '
; Fifteen hundred emigrants, recruited by Campbell, are on their
way to Hawaii.
Snow in California.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 27. Snow fell here yesterday for the
first time in seven years.. Two inches fell in the streets of Fresno. A
general snow storm prevailed pver the State, . excepting only the
extreme southern portions. -
SEATTLE, Feb. 27. Wappenstein the former Chief of Police, has
been indicted for grafting in the red light district. .
NEW YORK, Feb 27. A woman passenger on the S. S. Arrierica
has complained' of being robbed of $130,000 worth of jewelry just
before the steamer docked.
' WASHINGTON,Feb. 27. So certain are the politicians that no
action will be taken on the Canadian reciprocity bill that the probable
date for an extra session has already been determined.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. By an overwhelming majority, Con
gress today voted in favor of the $30,000,000 appropriation towards
fortifications along the Panama canal. .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. Gomez, the confidential agent nf the
Mexican insurgents, avers that Diaz is ready to buo for peace, .the re
presentative of the Mexican government denies this.
Japanese- Treaty Passed.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. The Japanese treaty passed the House
m executive session. .The protest from the Pacific btates waB not
TOKIO, Feb. 25. News 'of the ratification of the new treaty has
been received here. Government officials say the United States will
never have occasion to egret the action. .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25. Tawney has announced an amendment
prohibiting the use of the appropriation for fortifying the Panama
Canal, until President laft has endeavored to secure a treaty arrange
ment with the powers, guaranteeing neutrality. ' .
NOME, Feb 25. The body of Lieut. West, has been found. He
was evidently frozen to death.
TONOPAH, Feb. 25. Eleven bodies have been recovered from a
burning mine near here.
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