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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.,: SATURDAY, MARCH 2, .1901.
NUMBER 3 IS
Attorney at Law
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A. N. KEPOIKA1
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Attoknky at Law
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
Attorney and CotjNSEU.on.
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WAILUKU, . . MAUI
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CARRIAGES MEET ALL STEAMERS
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Hacks and Saddle Horses
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Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
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Now Expedition Stalls Saturday; '
London, February 1!). "Count von AVal'd'crsee lias pro-pared his plans
for the new expedition," says the Peking edrrespondent of the Morning
Post wiring yesterday, "and it willslart next Saturday. All the powers
oxcept Kussia alia llic united States have agreed to allow their forces to
England Not Yot In The Movement.
London, February 18. In tlie
vciuon ilarcourt asked: "Is it true that an expedition into the interior
of China has been ordered by' Count von Waldcrseo? and if so, how does
the order affect our troops? At the end of such an operation wc might
find ourselves in another guerrilla war among a population far greater
than the Boers."
Lord Cranbornc replied that so far as the Government was aware no
powei was contemplating an expedition into the Interior of China. If it
was so, the British commanders would require fresh instructions.
Government Majority Reduced;
London, February 10. Tho first division of tho first Parliament of King
Edward VII, which took place yesterday, resulted in cutting down ti
forty-five the Government's normal majority of Hit). 'Hie interest caused
by this unexpected event was heightened by "Winston Churchill's first
speech at "Westminister, and Chamberlain's 'heated defense of his owi.
Curnegie May Build Big Ships'."
New York, February. 18. The Press saysi Another "Of Andrew Car
negie's dreams is nearing realization. That is tho establishment here of
the greatest shipbuilding yards in the world right alongside the largest
iron and steel plant ever projected. Staten Island is the place named for
these industries, and some recent purchases of several hundred acres of
shore land are said to have been made with this object finally in view.
Britons And Boers.
London, Feb. lli.Gencrul Kitchener, telegraphing from Dc Aar, Cape
Colony, under today's date says: "De Wet's force crossed the railway
at Boartman's Siding, north of here, before daylight February 15, closely
followed by Plumcr, Crabbc and armored trains. They engaged tli-.-enemy
while crossing. The Boers, Ijpwevcr, cut the lines north and souvh
of the place of crossing. We captured over twenty wagons, many of which
were loaded with ammunition, uud also n Maxim, twenty prisoners and
over 100 horses. The troops are still in close pursuit."
Weylor Proclaims Mtirtitil Law.
xkv iukk, i'eo. ro. .a special ip
is learned that General Weylor has
Madrid, but has posted his troops in
part Of tho city. The downfall of the
that of the Government possible.
action is the inability of the civil Government of the Province of Madrid U
Hif riess and
House of Commons to-day Sir Williain
iiiu umesurom asnmgion says: ii
not only proclaimed martial law ii
such a maimer as to command evei
Ministry is said to be certain, am
The reason given by Wcyler for his
HAVE CONSTANTLY Off5
Saddles, Etc. Etc.
Carriage 'Repairing a Soebiallv
BUSINESS AGENCY AUTHORIZED! TO
TELEGRAPHIC ITEMS i
The Paris seamstresses' arc out oh
Tho Cubans are said to be in a de
Hlihdreds of deaths from plague
arc occuring in Bombay.
Bermiardt:nKfCo?iuoliii' Jidvo ini-t
with great success in San Franciscr.
Ten cases of supposed plague at
Cape Town have been isolated.
Freuehj Russian and Chinese diplo
mats will visit the Chicago Univer
sity. The Law rind Order (Hatchet)
League has been organized in Kansas
Chineso troops nrc garrisoning
passes beyond territory held by
The visit of thu Kaiser to England
has strengthened the German-En
A Chicago judge set aside a verdict
which was given entirely upon the
testimony of women.
A Prussian scientist believes lie
has discovered a great curative
property in blue rays of light.
The Chinese Empress Dowager is
said to have yielded the reins of
government, to tho young Emperor.
King Edward and Queen Alexan
dra are reported to leave England
in March for ; visit to thu continent.
The bill providing for the restora
tion of capital punishment in Kansa.y
has been killed in the state Senate.
The Ministers at Peking have de '
cided to iguoro-tho in-otest of the
Chinese- envoys and insist on the
A California legislative, bill for a
State, highwa from Redding to Eu
.eka will bo introduced, specifying
an appropriation of $100,000.
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