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THi vviOI NEWS, SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 1911
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HONOLULU, Mar. 7. The Board of Health believe they have
discovered the place of cholera infection, in two taro bogs in Kewalo.
The place is being closely guarded. No new caBes have been reported
in the last twenty-four hours.
The bill creating a minimum wage of &2.00 for county laborers on
Oahu passed by ft majority one vote.
The wife of Judge Hatch died in Baltimore yesterday.
Representative Correa of the Fifth district has resigned from the
Military Committee and been appointed to the Finance Committee.
There have been three cases of typhoid fever on Molokai, but it is
being held in check, no new cases appearing. Two cases of dephtheria
have also been reported.
HONOLULU, Mar. 6. One more case of cholera. Native outside
of quarantined district. This makes a total of 20. The Board of
Health had its first whack at cleaning up the fish market yesterday.
The ashes of Judge Andrews deposited in the Kawaiahao cemetery
yesterday. Impressive ceremony and large gathering of representative
New tax bill to be talked over in Chamber of Commerce this after
afternoon. Object of the bill is to define County and Territorial funds.
A Territorial assessor will be in each County. Real and personal pro
property used for electrical communication between islands, or for
transpqi , on between islands, is expected.
Committee did not go to Waialua to investigate Filipino camps on
account of funeral of Mrs. Julian Monsarrat.
Mrs. Harry Blanchard, daughter of the first captain of the mis
sionary schooner ThaddeuR, died yesterday.
Dr. Brinckerhoff died in New York of pneumonia. Was ill 36
hours and unconscious from the beginning.
HONOLULU, Mar. 4. To date there have been 15 cases of
Cholera and 13 deaths. A cable has been received from Manila, deny
ing that Cholera came from the Philippines. The crews and through
passengers on all incoming steamers will not be allowed to land.
Mrs. Julia Monsarrat died yesterday, after a lingering illness.
The governor has sent a message to the Legislature accompanied
by a list of the appropriations needed for permanent improvements.
The amount reaches nearly $2,000,000.
A bill providing for commission government for Honolulu, has
been presented to the Legislature. A big fight is expected over the
Paul Isenberg has been elected Exalted Ruler of the Elks.
Two more officers will leave the police force. The cause is given
that the Grand Jury, before whom they recently gave evidence, gave
the opinion that they could not be believed under oath.
Officer Wills has sued the publishers of Kuokoa for libel, for $10,-
000, for saying he was dismissed from the force for stealing.
Ex-President Castro of Venezuela is supposed to be a guest at the
Hawaiian Hotel. .
Mexicans Still Fighting.
MEXICALI, Mar. 7. Government troops have arrived here by
steamer, and are now in force about the city.
EL PASO, Mar. 7. Fierce fighting is reported from across the
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 7. Ruef has been denied his appeal for
a rehearing as is now in jail awaiting transportation to San Quentin.
DETROIT, Mar. 7. The Federal Grand Jury yesterday returned
indictments in their investigation of frauds in the Alaskan coal deal.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 7. There will be no increase in the appro
priations for the leprosarium, but the funds may bo allowed a broader
BOSTON, Mar. 7. Judge Lowell, of the U. S. Circuit Court is
ST. PETERSBURG, Mar. 7. Ninety persons have been burned
to death in a fire in a theatre here.
Transport Carrying Supplies.
SANTIAGO, Mar. 6. Revolutionary army under Leyza has ap
peared in force before Tiajuana, accompanied by a number of American
soldiers. May attack this morning. Noncombatants were crossing
line into California.
Lieutenant Bague of the French Army yesterday established a
world's record for over-sea aeroplane flight. He crossed an arm of the
Mediterranean, 124 miles.
SEATTLE, Mar. 6. The transport Buford sailed for China yes
terday carrying supplies for the famine sufferers.
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 6. The Minneapolis Syndicate Building
and contents were destroyed by fire yesterday. Loss a million dollars.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 6. John C. Pelton, founder of free
schools, is dead.
SAN DIEGO, Mar. 6 The Bhip "Aryan" 200 days frort Phila
delphia, anchored in Bay yesterday. She had been reported missing.
President Gives Up Hope.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. The President has given up hope that
Congress will take any action on the Canadian Reciprocity bill before
adjournment. The new session of Congress will be called on the 15th.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. The House and Senate have passed the
amended naval bill. Peary is put on the retired list, with the rank
and pay of a rear admiral.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 4. Majority and minority reports hare
been presented to Congress, on the Friar Lands investigation. The
report exhonorates the Philippine commission from any intentional
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