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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1911
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HONOLULU, April 4. The Senate would not concur In the
animended Connesa bill which increased the government rakeoff to 2J
Clifford Livingstone of Kamehameha stepped in front of a O. R.
& L. train yesterday and was killed. He had been suffering from
nervous breakdown for weeks.
Considerable scrapping occurred in the House yesterday over the
Hilo School matter. Affonso introduced a resolution calling for a
committer of the House to investigate. This was objected to, and the
Jairelnld s land bill meets with considerable opposition tn spite of
the good qualities he says it possesses. Faxon Bishop supports it, but
J. P. Cook and W. 0. Smith opposes.
Dad White, the oldest man on the island, fell yesterday and
broke his leg.
The Civic Federation endorses the school fund bill.
HONOLULU, April 3. Habeas Corpus proceedings have been ly
gun relative to the emigrants taken from the steamer. The case comes
up in court this morning. Kinney claims the recruiting agent was at
work several days before taking out a license.
. It is reported the Alaskan Canneries Company expect to get the
Portuguese on their way here. (
The gift of the late Gov. Cleghorn has been declined by the
Legislature. f '
A Resolution has been offered to appoint a committee to investi
gate the Hilo School matters. It has been leferred to the committee
on education for a report.
Mrs. Alan Herbert died yesterday after an illness lasting several
Aunt Nellie Judd died yesterday after a long illness.
HONOLULU, April 1. Nothing definite has been learned regard.
ing the man found dead a few days ago. .
The Conness bill for a street car company in Hilo has passed the
House after several amendments. It goes back to the Senate for final
action. Lorrea charged Aftonso with discrimination against the Beers
bill. , '
Yesterday 254 Filipinos left on the Korea. Jarrett took 16 from
the steerage. Uraig is under arrest. No charge has been placed
Makekou has changed his position regarding the school question,
and the school bill passed unanimously. ,
Major Winslow.has beeu ordered to Panama to construct the new
fortifications for the canal. , . -
Foreign Interests Safe.
WASHINGTON, April 4. Madero has sent a communication to
Secretary Knox, assuring him that foreign interests are safe in Mexico.
EL PASO, April 4. Trains are running on the branch lines of
the Mexioan Central railroad for the first time in months. The main
lin'e to Chihuahua is still blocked. - ,
MEXICALLI, April 3. The federal forjes are advancing against
the rebels. ' , .
WASHINGTON, April 4. Mann of Illinois is the unanimous
choice of the Republicans for Speaker of the House at the coming
session. ' .
" BUTTE, April 4 The Socialist candidate for mayor was elected
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CHIHUAHUA, April 3. The federals won a decisive victory
Saturday, taking the rebel? by surprise. The rebels had won the battle,
and were celebrating the victory, when the federals rallied and turned
EL PASO, April 3. The Maderoa father and eon, who have been
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. SAN FRANCISCO, April 3 The St. James Catholic church was
MADRID, April 3. The cabinet has, resigned. It is reported that
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WASHINGTON, April 3 The solid Republican strength will be
thrown against any attempt at a revision of the tariff till the regular
session in December.
Real Battle In Mexico.
EL PASO, April 1. A severe engagement is progressing at San
Rafael. It is reported that 200 Indians have deserted to the rebels, A
stubborn battle has been continuing for three days at Santa Barbara
with undecisive Tesults.
BERNE, Switzerland, April 1. The Loetschberg tunnel has pierc
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WASHINGTON, April 1. Speaker Cannon has announced that
he will not seek the Republican leadership of the next House.
WASHINGTON, April 1. Hitchcock has dismissed many officers
of his department, and changed the standing of others
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