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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY MARCH 25, 1911
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HONOLULU. Mar. 21. It is reported that the matter of n cite
for the new federal building will he reopened, and the Irwin site
The long delayed lumber lruftxrne will come to court.
A bill has been introduced into the Legislature by Speaker Hnlxtein,
putting a tabu on Indie hatpin.'
Walter O. Smith ha been injured by falling down Mnirn nt the
Star office. His injuries are painful but not serious.
The Senate pnlln upon Congrese for an amendment to the land
law Hadieal i'biinges are proposed:'
HONOLULU, Mar. 20. The test of the 12 inch gun? at Fort
Knmeiiaineha on Saturday was very i-ueert-sful.
Much eomment. has been made at the road expenses for the
County of Hawaii. They have an overdraft of more than $57,000.
William Rice defeated all the sprinters Saturday, and firmly
established hi title of champion spiintvr of Hawaii.
The Legislators went to Molokai Saturday, and returned this
n oining. They have decided to alloV no liquor at the Leper Settle
Cholera is n thing ot the past. The fi de'r 1 1 nut horities wi II not
declare the port clean, however, until the Kewalo lands are filled in
HONOLULU, Mar. 18. Nathan Scharlin, representing Scharlin
Bros., of San Francisco, was arrested here yesterday for dealing in
opium.", About 110 tins were captured on the Luriine yesterday.
The Rapid Transit Company have adopted a scale of wages in-
crea-ing the pay of men who remain with the company for any length
of time. Men who remain for elevf n vi ars or more will g"t 40 cents
per hour. ' .
A. A. Dens, assistant clerk of th Federal Court, and brother of
Dr. Den of 1 1 aim, died yesterday. .
The guns at Fort Kainehiuiieha- will be icstcd today.
The amount, raised for Captain Sam, inward buying a new
schooner is $22 1 to date.
Booker Washington Gets His.
NEW YORK, March 21. Hooker Washington, the noted negro,
is in the hospital hs a result of a lieating by a man who caught him
peeping through a keyhole. Washington claimed he wa looking for
the name plate of a friend on whom he was to call.
PHOENIX, Ariz.. March 21. Roosevelt spoke last night to an
immense audience. He was r ived with a monster demonstration.
CITY OF MEXICO. March 21 Lemantour arrived here yester
day. He was accorded a tr mentions ovaiioiw- lie denies having made
proposals of peace to (ien. Math-io. He warned Mexicans that the
longer the revolution was allowed to continue, the nearer it brought
intervention. ' i,
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Great Activity in Army.
SAN ANTONIO, Mar. 20. More important developments are
expected in connection with the inoholization of the army. Great
activity prevails. Many railroad yards being cleared of commercial
freight, in order that troops may he handled with more despatch.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 20. Two hatallions of the Second U. S
Infantry will sail for Honolulu on the transport Crook Tuesday.
CITY OF MEXICO, Ma.-. 20. -It is low planned to have ptaee
following the retirement of Diaz Lemantour will be proclaimed pro
visional president until an election can be held. President Taft will
confer with the Mexican amlmssa or.
EL PASO, Mar 20. Thousands of person., . including many
Americans are gathering in Northern Mexico, to escape attacks from
Mexican bandits, , which occur in isolated places throughout the
PEKIN, Mar. 20 China has conceded everything to Russia.
Troops Going South.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas, March 18. Troops have been pouring into
this town all day. Over 10,000 arrived before six o'clock. No news
has been given out bv General Edwards as to what is expected The
nifcn are holding themselves in rendines' to move at two hours notice
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar. 18 The navy collier Saturn returning
from San Diego, rammed the sealing schooner Unihrina. Boats were
lowered and the crew rescued.
EL PASO, Mar. 18. '1 he rebels say that Diaz must retire before
peace can be secured.
- LOS ANGELES, Mar. 18. A I Wolgast, the lightweight chain
pion, has been matched to box Antone La Grave the San Francisco
lightweight, on March 31st.
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