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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1911
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HONOLULU, Mar. 28. More than $10,000,000 will be ?pent on
Captain VV. A. Clark harbor master, died yesterday after a long
A bill has been introduced into the Legislature to establish n girls
industrial school at Kona.
A bill haH been introduced by Affonso to cloBe plantation stores.
Another to forbid prisoners working for private parties.
Three scientists are expected to arrive soon to study the conditions
at the volcano.
HONOLULU, Mar. 27. All the churches scored Quinn for his
attempt to open the theatres on Sunday. One official assured a
reporter that if the bill was not allowed to pass that all work on the
plantations would be prohibited on Sunday.
. Over 400 Filipinos and other assisted emigrants have been figned
up to work in the Alaskan canneries by Craie.
riiony Davis was caught in a blind pig raid. It may develop in
to a conspiracy to rob Cyrus Green by giving him drugged whisky.
The stuff is being analyzed. .
C. T. Waller, who has just returned from New Zealand, says that
Australians are becoining'worried over the attitude of Japan.
A party of merchants on board the Mongolia, have wirelessed the
governor, asking permission to land here. The quarantine is not yet
HONOLULU, Mar. 25. Volney Driver, who was in the pistol
duel on the streets here some time ago, pleaded guilty to assault ami
was fined $750. The fine was paid.
The Miller Salvage Company's vessel was seized by the High
Sheriff, on a writ of attachment on a note for $500 held by the Pacific
Oil Company. ,
Mrs. VV. H. Mist died here yesterday, after a lingering illness.
Labor agent Ogawa, and a man named Ctaig are here recruiting.
laborers for the Coast.
The direct primary law was saved in the House, and passed the
second reading, after a majority of the juuiciary committee went on
record as favoring tabling the bill.
A bill to stop barbers from working on Sunday passed its second
The bill to permit performances in the theatres on Sunday receiv
ed a knock yesterday from the Methodist Young People's Society.
New Mexican Cabinet.
CITY OF MEXICO, Afar. 28. A new cabinet has been formed
with, Gamaconi to succeed the prepent ambassador to the United
BERKELEY. Mar. 28. In a snerch here vesterdav Col. Roose
velt grilled those public servants who had been guilty of corruption.
ROME, Mar. .28. The city is celebrating the fiftieth anniversary
of national unity.
NEW YORK," Mar. ,28.-Eighty-six of the 141 bodies taken front
the ruins of the shirt waist factory have been identified.
PEKIN, Mar. 28. It is believed that China's reply to Russia's
ultimatum makes further concessions, while maintaining that the fir.-t
reply was warranted.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 28. President Taft has decided not to
pardon Morse and Walsh.
Fire in New York.
NEW YORK. Mar. 27. One hundred and forty one persons most
ly girls, are dead from the effects of injuries from a fire in a shirt
waist factory. Over 200,000 persons visited the morgue, identifying
PEKIN, Mar. 27. The foreign office has notified Russia that
China agrees to all the clauses in the treaty.
WASHINGTON, Mar. 27. After July 1, all magazines and 2nd
class matter will be carried in. freight trains throughout the United
Russia May Declare War.
LONDON, Mar. 25. Russia may soon declare war on China,
Lloyds risks on China freight has beenloubled. China remains ob
durate on the question of the freedom of Mongolia.
SEATTLE, Mar. 25. Ballinger has returned. 'here. He says he
has retired from public life.
LENAPAH, Okla., Mar. 25. A sensational train robbery oceurr
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six masked robbers. The robbers got $20,000 from the express safe
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