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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1911
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CORNER FORT AND QUEEN STREETS
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pres. and Mgr.
Mexicans Still Bickering.
CITY OF MEXICO, Sept. 13. The Reyes party have petitioned
Congress for a delay in the elections, believing they will have a better
chance of success. Madero has warnedthem that delay will precipitate
an outbreak all over Mexico.
CATANIA, Sept. 13. The activity of Aetna continues. Shocks
follow one another in rapid succession. The people are fleeing.
WALDECK, Germany, Sept. 13. In the game of war being play
ed here before the Emperor, the army of defence repelled a superior
force of iavaders, and were proclaimed the victors.
.11ILBOA, Spain, Sept. "18. A state of Beige has been proclaimed
in this district. There has been stvere fighting between the troops and
NEW YORK, Sept.'l3 . McLoughlin and Lamed defeated the
British tennis team, and will go to Australia.
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. Van Schaik & Co., Brokers, failed for
half a million dollars yesterday.
PORLAND, Me., Sept. 13 . Prohibition again wins by the small
maority of 259.
Aetna In Eruption.
CATANIA, Italy, Sept. 12. Mount Aetna is again in eruption.
Three new craters have formed. Ashes are covering the country, and
the populace are fleeing.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. The cruisers Saratoga and New Or
leans will sail from Shanghai to Nanking to receive Americans and
other foreigners. . v
LONDON, Sept 12. Barry is now the champion sculler of the
PORTLAND, Maine, Sept. 12. Returns indicate that prohibition
has been defeated after a fight of 50 years.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 12. Assistant Secretary Winthrop has re
fused the request of San Francisco to hold the fleet till after the. ar
rival of the president.
PARIS, Sept. 12. Prance has rejected the proposal of Germany
for a settlement of the Morroccan dimVulty.
NEW YORK. Sept. 12 The Chinese cruiser Hai Hi arrived in
port yesterday. This is the first Chinese ' cruiser to enter , American
POINT LIMON, Sept. 12. Fourteen persons have perished on
board a vessel which was burned to the water's enge.
Famine and Pestillence.
SHANGHAI, Sept. .11. The goveromentjnust meet the conditions
existing as a result of the flood. Some 70,000 survivors are crowded
into Nanking. Three hundred are dying daily from famine. The
government is concentrating troops to Buppress the rebellion.
SYDNEY, Sept. 11. Jack Lester, the white hope, received the
decision over Bill Lang at the end of twenty rounds.
BEVERLY, Sept. 11.- Taft will speak on divorce, during his tour
through the United States.
LISBON, Sept. II.t An invasion of monarchists is imminent.
Over 5,000 are concentrated on the border at Orenso.
ASTORIA, Sept. 11. A monster log raft broke up while being
towed down the Columbia river. Over 6,000,000 feet of lumber is
floating about. '
China In Turmoil.
SHANGHAI, Sept. 9. Outrages against foreigners in again re
ported from Teintsin. The chapel and surrounding houses have been
sacked. There is only ten days' supply of rice in the district.
'SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9.-The Chamber of Conmerce will try
to hold the fleet till the arrival of President Taft.
HANKOW, China, Sept. 9. A pestilence has appeared in the dis
trict aa a result of the exposure of bodies to the sun.
MONTREAL, Sept. 9 A protest has been received from Rudyard
Kipling against the reciprocity.
GENOA, Sept 9, Forty-four workmen were killed here by the
collapse of a building in course of construction.
GARY, Kansas, Sept. 9. The mayor city engineer and five
councilmen have been arrested accused of accepting bribes.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 9. A captain in the Russian army has
been sentenced to eight years fu Siberia for selling government
HONOLULU, Sept. 13 Shingle will remain in San Francisco to
meet President Taft, to talk over the governorship. He will then con
sult with Champ Clark.
If the Oahu mountains are tunnelled 8,000,000 gallons of water a
day will be available. The Oahu Sugar Co. will be the beneficiaries.
It is reported that J. P. Morgan is buying Pacific Mail stock, and
that Schwerin will go to the American-Hawaiian.
Conkling returned yesterday with the loan fund.
The Kapaa land leases will be advertised.
HONOLULU, Sept. 12. An anti bill board club has been form
ed with George R. Carter at the head.
Congressman Kahn, who is inspecting the military posts, says he
is delighted with the conditions.
The concrete foundation-) art, being laid for a naval station post,
A Japanese attempted suicidu on the steps of the Japanese lega
tion yesterday. j
HONOLULU, Sept. 11, Albert Toogood was sentenced to not
less than ten years and not over twenty j yearsj in the penitentiary.
Redhouse, the watchmaker, was married to Mary Spencer and
sailed to Manila on the Eclipse.
Ewa is selling at $32.87, Olaa $G, Oahu $33.25, Pioneer $225.
The marriage of Miss Mills and Haynes was an elopement. The
mother of the young lady refuses to forgive her.
Ambassador O'Brien says if the Dillingham bill expels the Japan
ese from the country the same as-the Chinese, he does not blame them
for being dissatisfied. The ambassador is passing through on the
HONOLULU, Sept. 9. Miss Warren Mills, an American heiress
was married to Haynes of the Cable company last night. It came as
a complete surprise to the friends of the couple.
Congressman Kahn of California, who is visiting here, says Congress
will get after sugar next session.
W. H. lioogs, has been made chairman of the Promotion Com
President Kennedy visited the Honolulu Consolidated Oil Com.
pany's property while on the coast, and says it is a wonder.
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