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THE MAUI NEWS. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1912.
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HONOLULU, Doc. 19. The Harbor Commissioners say there in
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should be imposed.
Plans are on foot to have a New Year's dance on the side walk in
front of the Young Hotel.
The attempt to change the Xmas Eve celebration from that night
to New Year's Eve may fail.
Major Generul Wood is to have command of army on Oahu.
HONOLULU, D. c. 18. Sam Parker has hud a stroke in San
Francisco. He is returning in charge of a nurse.
George Milkin. conductor on O. R. & L. road was crushed to death
yesterday between two cars.
The Bar Association may reopen matter of recommendations
owing to the opposition of W. O. Smith.
Efforts are being made to discourage Xmas Eve celebrations and
to have New Year's Eve instead. There will be a band-stand in
Bishop Park and other bands on the streets.
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Bauersocks wants another tight with Madison.
C) New Year's Eve will be celebrated instead of Christmas Eve.
LISBON. Dec. 17, The capital is excited over a report that some
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HONOLULU, Dec. 16. Governor Frear and party leave today
()on the Revenue Cutter 1 hetis for a several weeks trip to Laysan,
Cll Midway and other islands.
Tlirpp men wcrft held ur on the stippts of Honolulu laflt niaht.
V 'ie police have arrested a suspect.
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Madison was given the decision over Bowersox in the bout Satur
day night. Bowersox proved to be the better man throughout the
mill and the referee's decision caused such disorder that the police
were called to qudl what promised to be a riot.
Seventy thousand dollars, returned school funds, will be divided
among the various counties today.
The body of a Filipino was found hanging to a tree in Waipahu
Citizens are organizing to take action on
HONOLULU, Dec. 14.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19.-
-Colonel Goethals will be governor oi
WASHINGTON, Dec. 19. President Taft has accepted the Kent
Professorship at Yale University.
NEW YORK, Dec. 19. Bryan and Wilson will meet and confer
J I regarding Cabinet appointments.
WASHINGTON , Dec. 17. Hearst today told of letters he obtained
some years ago. Aicmbold, fenrose ana roiaker were mentioned m
NEW YORK, Dec. 17. Wilson has received another letter from
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tEnterprise.. Oct. 26
Honolulan.. Oct. 30
tHilonian.... Nov. 7
Lurline - Nov. 13
Wilhelmina.. Nov. 20
"Honolulan.. Nov. 27
fHyades Nov. 29
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Enterprise... Dec. 14
Wilhelmina. Dec. 18
tHilonian.... Dec. 19
Honolulan... Dec. 24
Oct. 20 Oct. 26
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Dec. 2 Dec. 7
Dec. 22 Dec. 28
Nov. s Nov. 13 Nov. 23 31
Oct. 29 Nov. 6 Nov. 12 36
Nov. 3 Nov. 9 Nov. 18 98
Nov. 6 Nov. 13 Nov. 20 2a
Nov. 25 Dec. 4 Dec. 12 65
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Nov. 26 Dec. 4 Dec. 10 37
Dec. 4 Dec. 11 Dec. 18 23
Dec 17 Dec. 26 Jan. 5 3a
Dec. IS Dec. 24 Jan. 1 53
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Dec. 24 Jan. t Jan. 7 38
Jan. 6 Jan. 15 Jan. 23 66
Dec. 31 Jan. 7 Jan. 15 24
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 16. Waverley Hrown, passenger on the
s. S. Korea was taken suddenly ill while at sea.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 16. John P. Dare, once an official un
der King Kalakaua, died here today.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16. The Seuate has appointed two vice-
presidents to rule over body till one is permanently appointed.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 16 Six companies of CoaBt Artillery have
been ordered to Hawaii. They will probably fail on the January
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13. Rear Admiral Moore has been ordered
to Honolulu to succeed Admiral (Jowles.
HAMILTON, Dec. .13. Governor Wilson left for home today.
CHICAGO, Dec. 13. Chance has been offered $18,000 per annum
to manage New York Americans He asks for $20,000.
WASHINGTON, I)e. 13. Congress will take a recess till Jan-
INDIANAPOLIS, Dec. 14. All the defendants in the conspiracy
charges deny their guilt.
LONDON, Deo. ID. The LSuikan States will not confer with Tur
key, regardiog peace, unless Greece is represented.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Dec. 19. The Turks are reported to have
debated the Greeks in a battle near Jainina.
LONDON, Dec. 17. The news that a sea battle between the Turks
and Greeks was progressing, interrupted the Peace Conference. The
Balkaus want Adrianople as share of spoils.
LONDON. Dec. 16. The remains of Whitelaw Reid will be sen.
home for burial.
LoNDON, Dec. 16. Three Greek and two Turkish warships were
rwtmidenTOi,ed in tt Bta D(Ute yesterday.
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PEKIN, Dec. 15 China and Russia are nearing a break. Japan
has .advised China to acceed to Russia's request within a reasonable
LONDON, Dec. 13. Greek and Turkish warships are engaged in
fight In a land battle the Greeks defeuted the Turks near the town
PEKIN, Dec. 13. China has been warned by Russia that a
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