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"WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MARCH 30, 1901.
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A. N. KEPOIKAI
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU, . MAUI
JOHN RICHARDSON i .
. AtTOHNEY AT JjW
Attorney at Law
MAKAWAO, . MAUI
J. M. KANEKUA
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HONOLULU, . . T. II.
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How tho Clash Was Avoided.
London, March 18, 5:40 p. m. On tho highest olHcial author" ty tho
Associated Press is autliorized-to announce that the dlfllculty at Tkn Tsili
between the Russians and Britith over tho construction of a rallror. 1 siding
in territory claimed by both probably will be solved by tho wilhdtr..val ot
both the British atid tho Rugian troops fi;om the ground in dispute.
Washinhton March 17. Tho important information was receiv. ,1 here
today that Nicaragua had denouueed tho treaty it made in 18G0 wit'.: Great
Britain for the construction of a trans-Isthmiat cana). Tho equally import
ant statement was also mado that Nicaragua had not dcnouLr.cd the
treaty it made for the same purpose in 1807 with tho United States. If
the view of the Administration is supported by the next Congress, the
President will bo given discretionary authority to acquire either the
.Nicaragua or Panama canal route.
Cannl risen since the adjournment of Congress.
American Troops Leave China.
Washington (D. C), March 15 Tho United States will take no part in
tho conflict of the powers in China. The President has come to the con
clusion that tho time is ripe for tho removal of all the American troops
from China, with tho exception of a bare legation guard of l.'iO men. Tho
hurry to got out of China is tho best evidence that the Administration is
inclined to look upon the Japanese-British-Russian situation there as
serious in the extreme An order was sent to General ChafTcc to- lay to
liave the American troops removed within six weeks. General Chai'oo has
advised tho Department that tho best" place of embarkation u Taku,
which, no doubt, will be clear of ico on the date fixed for departure1.
Sending 200,000 Regulars to Philippines.-
Washington, March 15 Tho officers of tho Adjutant-General's and
Quarter-master's Departments arc devoting their attention to the :. 'nding
of regular troops to the Philippines to replace tho volunteers brought
home. Tim main object of the officials is to prevent unj material decrease
m-General MacArthur's army of (i0,()00 men. There arc about -(0,000
regular troops in tho Orient, including those in China. In order to keel
the strength. up to C0JO0O, it will bo'necessary to provk'o about 20,000 fresh
troops from tho United Slates before July 1.
Thinks Do Wok is Insane.
Blceju'ontein, March 15.-Pt isrjncre who ljave lately bean ruleabod In
General Do Wot S.iy they think 'ho is, iv madman. Thoy aver that.Un
terrible fatigues? lJlfas' Undeittvliis aiixloties'hiftl hjs lnt&nsifcy'tfl; reipj"
have unhinged hirf mini; A'pnrfrfr'oin this view, of Ge'noral Do Wtet's mom. 1'
itate. one of his peculiarities id that he rarely sloops within tho bounds
nis camp. He seeks nest outsidewith a fow trusted followers. Thus the
orderlies of his surbodinato commanders aVe frequently unable to find him
t3 l'coelvo orders. Tlis secrecy is extreme, 'He absolutely imparts hi
plan to no one.
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compmY ltd. . Fl?!t Pak3-on aJi
. .' J Orders glOtindJ
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, ' ; Upwards M
) ' a WONG TUCK ,H
A ' tlct Pit Ciuirr.ntccc! 'mjm
f SutkilGS, Etc. Etc. ' f - j- . , ajr.""
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Harness, and Carriage Reding a S6e, 1
J THU ;WA!LUKU BUSINESS AGENCY AUTU0R1ZLB TO lit'CElVE ORDERS. . J ...onccts HfjM
u r r.-s.r l 's1's. 'i2B!JJB
Thus has the stock of tho I'jiininu
COMB EARLY AND TAKE - 1H
j.'rz-i."-. ADVANTAGE OF THE 'B
President Diaz of MeH-fio has re
covered. The California L'cBiflhitui'e udjnuh
ed at midnight 'cm March 15.
The Day-Pnuneefoto treaty was
exlcndcd on March 1ft 'or one year.
milllOTn dollars lor lirfluch libraries
in Now York.
Stanford University has ado))tcd
the Berkeley system of graduate
Andrew Carnegie has offered to
donate one mil'lion dollars to a non
public library at. St. Louis.
Glasgow has a simtllpox ten re,
and 'J40,000 of its 1100,000 inhabitants
have been vaccinated already:
Orders have been sent to General
Chaffee to return from China, leaving
only 150 men as Legation guard.
General Frias and his btni'i' of Fili
pinos have surrendered at Sautn
Cruz and taken tho oath of allegiance.
There is almost half a billion or
gross gold In the Unital Slate Trea
dury. The growth ot tho suplr.s in
to be slopped.
Under the date of March 15, .news
comes that the Russians hnvo 'seized
tho territory in dispute at Tien-Tsiu
and are holding it.
Viscount Wol.-ielry. former com
nuuder in chinf of ',ho FJrirMi a:rriy.
ivm aiiLittcd hai lie uadereslii.na'.w'.
.he slrerytii T'the Hoers.. '
Ili sail that the Gouldfe huu
perfected tn scheme .to oscml lie
iCliSouri-t'ciiic rfiilrcfftl, -maklrt: it
the ;;reat system of the Snr.th'.vtvt
Tho London afteniooo papers r-n
d'Scussing President HulleyV pre
rjictien that there will be an emperor
ustallcd in Washinglon within twenty-five
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