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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 6, 1911
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HONOLULU, May 2. Affonso will remain in Honolulu and edi;
Mrs. Lewis expects to appear before the Grand Jury today. Mrs.
Gompton was before that l)ody all day yesterday. It is improbable
that either Richmond or Mrs. Compton will teach in the Honolulu
Over 5000 persons have signed for a civic center in Honolulu.
About thirty acres of land has been sold in Kaimuki to a Chinese
hui for growing fancy vegetables and fruit.
The two men from the Manchuria, arrested for smuggling opium,
refuse to make a statement. Only six tins were found.
HONOLULU, May 1 Teachers and pupils protest against the
appointment of Richmond and Compton to Schools in Honolulu. The
cases will come before the grand jury this week.
Recruiter Craig has been forbidden by the Supreme Court from
leaving the territory.
Fire on Beretania arid Maunakea streets yesterday threatened the
The Sanitary commission will begin investigation today.
The Chinese Consul leaves for China next month.
HONOLULU, April 29. Richmond was taken off the Claudine
last night on a subpoena from the Federal grand jury. The other
parties to the Hilo Scandal will appear and testify.
A Chinese employed in Perkins photograph gallery has been
arnsted charged with bigamy. He draws Jack Roberts, Bert Bowers
and Willie Crawford into the opium game. Jack Roberts has also
been arrested for bigamy.
A fire in Waialua last nigh i destroyed several Japanese stores.
The Board of Education has transferred Richmond to the Normal
School, and Mrs. Compton to the Central Grammer School.
Labor On Strike.
LOS ANGKLES, May 2. Carpenters union struck yesterday for
a raise in wages.
PITTSBURG, May 2. Several big shops tied up on account of
strike. Strikers demand higher wages..
PHILADELPHIA, May j-rSjeve'ral hundred printers and cigar
makers struck yesterday for higher wages.
CHICAGO, May 2. Twelve thousand workmen struck here yes
terday, They 'demand recognition of the union, closed shops and in
creased wages. Several large building jobs tied up.
NEW YORK, May 2 Ten thousand workmen struck in this city
yesterday for higher wages.
HONG KONG, May 2. The insurrection against the Manchu
dynasty is spreading. It is reported the rebels have captured three
MAZATLAN. May 2. Hard fighting occurred yesterday. The
revolutionists were repulsed leaving their dead.
DOUGLAS, May 2. It is reported the rebels captured the town of
PARIS, May 2. The usual May day celebrations took place all
over France yesterday. There were several collisions with the police.
Troops were called out.
Bangor Almost Destroyed.
BANGOR, Maine, Mayl. A large portion of the business dis
trict, and about a mile of the residential district was destroyed by fire
TOKIO, May 1. No change is contemplated in the .Japanese
cabinet. Opposition in the Diet has lost strength.
MEZ, Morrocco, May 1. Famine threatens the country. Crops
are short. The unrest is largely responsible for the situation. Country
is overrun by bandits.
CITY OF MEXICO, May 1. The government will not include
Generals Morales and Guerrero, in any terms of peace made with
HONG KONG, May 1. Desperate fighting is reported from Can
ton, resulting in a partial victory for the revolutionists. The leader
ws educated in Japan, and recently returned to China from Sinaa
pore. There has' been unrest ever since the execution of the assassin
of General Puchin.
Brisk Engagement at Canton.
HONG KONG, April 29. Two British torpedo boats have been
despatched up the river to Canton. ( Refugees report a brisk engage
ment at Lhoy Nuaw yesterday, at which General Chong received
NEW YORK, April 29. Lloyd Griscom has been obliged to retire
irom puonc iile on account of ill health.
EL PASO, April 29. It is announced that the Mexican ueace
commission win meet near Jaurea. The government commissioner is
a judge of the supreme court.
NEW YORK. April 29 Fire in the Arbuekle
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day caused damage to the amount of about $250,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29. National League scores yesterday
were: Brooklyn 5, Philadelphia 0: Pittsburg 4, Chicago 3: Boston 9
New York 4. American ' League: Philadelphia 1, Washington 2;
New York 2, Boston 1; Detroit 5, Chicago 3.
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