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WAILUKU, MAUI, T H., SJURDAY, JANUARY 19, 1901
h GEORGE HONBv
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The Ooinmnli Life IimirnneoCn.
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Hacks, Carriages, 2;
ION SHORT NOTICE
CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
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Hacks and Saddle Morses
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Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
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Hacks and Carriages to let
at all. hours.
t Tel. No. 2-4-4.
PAIA - - - MAUI,
New York-, January 2. A spBlaBto,tlie World from Washington snys:
President McKinley is soriouSlyT?on?toSring tho proposition of sending
Secretarvf'of.War Root tn tliof'PfffliTOhc i
dW?' iiTOulai Tlli.4 .fins nutUeeii ao)iitoly
dccidedoiij'buTit'is known tha''the matter hu's been under discussion and
that next May, wher. tho President intends to visit the Pacilic Coast, has
been fixed upon as a good titno for Root to start. He could accompany
tho Presidential party to San Francisco and go on from there, stopping
at Hawaii for a look around.
Troops of Venezuela Defeat Rebel Forces.
,San Juan De Porto Rico, January 2. Passcngors who have arrived
here on the Rod D line steamer Philadelphia from La Guayra, December
30th, say a serious revolution has brokeiwout in the Maracaibo district of
Venezuela, j.hoy add that tho .Government tvoop8 have defeated tho
rebels and arrested twenty of the leaders.
Anotherrising is reported to Jiavo occurred in the vicinity of tho Orinoco.
The United States auxiliary cruiser Scorpion lett hero yeslordny'to join
tho Hartford at La Guayra. '
Bours Raid Cape Colony.
London, January 3. "Martial law has been proclaimed in tho Worces
tershire, Corse, Prince Albert, Frazcrburg and Sutherland divisions,"
says tho Cape Town correspondent of the Daily Mail, wiring yestciday.
"Tho enlistment of voluntcds is active, and the best authorities anticipate
favorablo developments shortly. Tho great trouble is the scarcity of
horses. Seven hundred Boors have broken through the cordon at Zuru
burg and are advancing upon Richmond. The magistrate there reports
that they arc burning and looting a few miles from the town."
Tho Standard, commenting on the invasion of Capo Colony, says: "The
American Civil War provides a useful parallel. Tho Confederate raids
failed to achieve anything serious." . '
To- Rush Tiro Army Bill.
, Washington, January 2. Tho Administration Senators v.ll endeavor
to rush through tho Army Reorganization Jjill. , Many conferences wore
held to-day both at the "White ltouso' and in tlmofficToHhis' Sectary of
War, tho object of which was to agree upon .those features of tho bill
which should bo withdrawn if seriously attacked. It is understood that
considerable ojection will bo made
General Corbin tho power to make
The Secrotary of War and General
afternoon, tho subject of which, it
t Honolulu Stock-Yards
ayi Visit Pliilippinos.
to (ho, feature of the bill which uives
details Very much as he pleases.
Miles held a conference late this
is believed, being this latter phase of
HAVE.CONSTANTLY OIN HAND
Saddles, Etc. Etc.
Carriage Reoairing a Soed'altv
BUSINESS AGEKCV AUT1I01IIZED "TO RECEIVE ORDERS.
Andree has at last boon given up
for lo. U
Ru.idia is making sweeping de
mands upon Corba.
Turkey has signed the ship-building
conjraot with tho Cramps.
CIr.::s Spreekols will invest So.flOO,-
Do Wei 'fa!!ofl'hr;bi3 attcrnpt to
brcal. the Biitish lines and escapo
A now Emperor of China is said
to have been appointed by tho Dow
ager. The new Panama Canal Company
on December 27 held a lively meeting
in New York.
Dinnonds, or what closely resem
bles diamond?, have been found near
Capitan, N. M.
Members of tho English Embassy
wore grossly insulted at Constantino
ple by the Sultan's troops.
The detectives believe that Pat
Crowe, the Cudahy kidnaper, is hid
ing in St. -Joseph.
Conger declares that-none of the
foreign envoys will recognize tho Em
press of China.
The fight between tho Panama
road and tho Pacific Mail will involve
seriot . demoralization of rates.
Great Britain i's building eleven
battleships, nineteen cruisers and
fourteen smaller vessels. i
Owiug to geueral starvation, hu- j
man flesh is being offered, for sale
in the provinco of Shan-si.
Roosevelt refuses, to extradite)
Rockefellor to Texas for alleged
violation of the ailti-lrtist law
It if rumored that Mrs. Phoebe
Hearst'has left the Episcopal Church
and taken up with Christian Science.
W. L. Fletcher of tho Missouri
Pacific, says San Francisco is develop
ing faster than any city in the Union
Vro cJiTi-cd to oif jiatrons at
Plices 3j low that they arc
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