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THK WEKKLY HII.0 TT JNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1904.
On Waiauuenue Street
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The fine residence lot on Waiauuenue Street,
nianka of the Haley Lot, is for sale at
Ond thousand dollars cash down will be re
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has 66 feet frontage on Waiauuenue street
and is 150 feet deep.
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FIHST WAK NKWS. N
Cnlilr-gritm Which Announce Out-
lircnk or Wnr In Orient.
Loudon, Kugtnud, Kcb. ij. A
Renter cablegram received today
reports that four Russian battle
ships and three cruisers were sunk
in the naval battle at Port Arthur
Two Japanese cruisers were dam
aged. London, Feb. 10 The report of
the sinking of the'Russian cruisers
Variag and Korietz at Chemulpo
Tokio, Japan, Feb. 1 1 It ft re
ported that the Russian cruiser
Variag was blown up by her cap
tain in the naval battle at Chemulpo.
This was done presumably to pre
Chcfoo, Feb. it A gale is rag
ing which must be hurtful to the
Russian crippled warships. There
is complete demoralization at Port
London, Feb. n An impqr,tnut
bridge on the Mauchurian railway
was blown up today. Iu the ex
plosion thirty people were killed.
Berlin, Germany, Feb. n The
Russian Baltic fleet of fifteen vessels
passed through the Kaiser Wilhelm
Canal. The Russian squadron is
bound for the Orient.
Paris, France, Feb. n A force
of 5,000 Japanese are reported near
Seoul, Korea. It is expected they
will take possession of the Koreau
Washington, D. C, Feb. 11
President Roosevelt has signed the
proclamation of neutrality in the
war between Russia and Japan.
London, Kngland, Feb. 11 King
Edward today signed Great Britain's
proclamation of neutrality in the
war between Russia and Japan.
London, Feb. f-i The Japanese
troops have arrived at Seoul and
occupied the city. "
London, Feb. 11 It now de
velops that the Russian military
forces in the Orient number less
than 100,000 men.
Tokio, Feb. 1 1 General Tchichi
koff has assumed command of the
Russian forces in Manchuria.
St. Petersburg, Feb. n Viceroy
Alexieff has begun the mobilization
of all the troops iu eastern Asia.
Cardiff, Feb. 11 All Russian
coal charters have been cancelled.
Washington, Feb. n Russia
announces that she will acquiesce
in the neutralization of China.
Admiral Cooper's cruiser squad
ron has been ordered to Shanghai
and thence to Chemulpo.
The United States Minister to
Korea has been transferred to Tokio.
Vladivostok, Feb. 10 It is re
ported here that the Japanese have
been routed on the Yaltt.
Washington, D. C, Feb. ro
President Roosevelt will issue a
proclamation of neutrality regarding
the situation iu the Orient. Other
nations promise to take similar ac
tion regarding the Russian-Japanese
Oil, Not Itniu.
Capt. W. S. Cowles, of the new
battle ship Missouri, was talking the
other day of the inferiority of Euro
pean to American railroads, says the
New York Tribune. "The stuffy
little European carriages are lighted
with oil. I have cause to remember
this. One night in Germany, dur
ing a violent storm, I was riding
toward Berlin iu a first-classcarriage,
when a leak began. Drop after
drop, warm and dirty, fell upon my
hat and coat. I waited till a guard
came through. It was a long wait.
One is always undergoing long
waits for guards on European rail
roads. 'Look here, guard,' I said
at last, 'the rain is coming through
the lamp hole and trickling down
my clothes.' The guard made an
investigation. Then he said, re
assuringly: 'Oh, that is not rain.
It's only oil. The lamp leaks a
little, but the roof is quite sound; I
assure you.' Then the whistle blew,
and he rushed away."
UPl'KIt VOLCANO HOAIL
(lovornor Carter on AITnlrs In Up
Governor Carter assured Peter
Lee and the Galiciau settlers iu
upper Olaa last Wednesday morn
ing that the new road connecting
the upper Olaa Homesteads with
the Volcano Road at 22-railcs would
be commenced within two months.
The Governor also said he believed
he could find the money to make
immediate repairs on the Volcano
Road between 23 and 27 miles.
Governor Carter was met at the
Volcano House early Wednesday
morning by Peter Lee and was
driven over the upper portion of the
Olaa road. He also inspected the
trail leading from this road into the
Galiciau settlement. He was met
at this trail by the settlers and their
wives and their children. The
crowd numbered in all about one
hundred. Mrs. Nicolas Russcl was
present and acted as interpreter.
The Governor walked in over the
trail a short distance and found it
so usreputably muddy that he
said, fcnis'is no Government trail:
it is so !' that the Government
would 1 'ashamed to own it." He
told the settlers that there is an ap
propriation of $10,000 for their road
and that it would be located at 22
milis. He wautcd as many of the
settlers as wished to work at the
building of the road, and told them
the better they worked the better
and longer would be the road built
from the appropriation. The set
tlers asked for a school house. The
Governor said there is no money
appropriated for a school house, but
recognized the great need of one.
He was also questioned about a
church. He explained that churches
are outside the domain of the gov
ernment in America; that they could
have a many churches and as many
different kinds of religion as they
wanted, but they would have to
build their own churches.
The upper Olaa road which has
been an eyesore for three years will
have immediate attention if Gover
nor Carter has his way. He said
there' is $2,500 available at once
and he believes he can rustle enough
more to put the road in proper shape.
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Miss Margaret Scott
Miss Potter and Miss Severance
Reading London Experiencesof Wagner
Miss M. E. Potter
l'irst movement of Sonata Mecthoven
Song The Messenger of the Violet
Ethics of Modem Church Music from
"Public Opinion" Mrs. Furneaux
Impromptu in 1) Schubert
Miss Caroline Porter
Kiuawiak 2nd Mazurka Wieniawski
Mrs. Moses and Mrs. Tracy
Rondo Capriccioso Mendcllssolin
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