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r,$ I sr - f " AV HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, TUE&DAY,JANUARY 14, 1902 SEMI-WEEKLY. "ft hK.H.H..Hs4.m WORLD'S CHRONOLOGY FOR I THE YEAR 1901, UP TO DATE f HUM mifKHff - f - KttHH Jnn. 1 Australian federation Lord Hopetown appointed governor general. Jan. lCountess Ella Fcstet'.cs granted a divorce. Jan. 1 Alfred llartnsworth edits the Hew York World for a day. Jan. 3 Lord Robert welcomed home, London. Jan. 3 Bishop U. X. Nlnde, of Detroit, dies. Jan. 3 Admiral Casey assumes of the Pacific stntlon. Jan. C Philip D. Armour, meat packer, dies. Jan. 8 Rochester, N. V.. orphan asylum burned; twenty Killed. Jan. 8 Steamship ashore near Marseilles; no lives lost. Jan. S Two hundred and flft thou-Rand ciifcs of grip reported In New York Tnn O TTIt ) itiniicnml uoers unucr Dp "Wet Invnde Cape Colons. Jan. 9 United States uriny canteen anoiisiiea. . 1" !a Jan. 9 Chinese plenipotentiaries Riga v.n powers' jednt note, rnncluiliiiir pre- iiic iiuiivi ' ji - - a - - 1 Umlnnry stage of pence negotiations. Jnn. 10 The municipal council of Osaka vote 300,000 )en to fight the plague. Jan. 14 Alfred G. Vnnderbllt marries Miss i:ilen French, at Newport. Jan. 14 Vice President Roosevelt has a nnirovv escape from being killed by a grizzly bear. Jan. 14 M S. Quny elected Senator from Penns)lvnnU, nfter a. memorable light. Jnn. H Mariposa, makes a, record trip from Sidney to San Francisco. Itecord, 16 da), 12 hours and 8 minutes. Jnn. 15 Prof. W. H. Hudson and Dr. C. N. Little resign from Stnnford due to part tnken In the Rosj case. Jnn. 15 American syndicate purchases street rallwa)s In London. Jnn. 16 Enormous strike of oil In Reaumont, Tcxns. Jan. 17 H. M. 8. Sibllle runs ashore In Lambert Ray, South Africa. Jan. IS Rl-centenary of the first coronation In Germany, celebrated In Rerun. Jnn. IS W. C. McAllister, A. Campbell and W. Death, convicted of the Rosschletcr murder, Palcrson, New Jersey. Jan. 19 Duke of Rroglle dies In Paris. Jan. 21 Carrie Nation, saloon wrecker nnd temperance reformer, em deck. Jnn. 22 Creek Indians go on the warpath. Jan. 23 Five men scalded to death on the Ventura by the bursting of .a steam pipe. Jan. 23 W J. Rr)nn brings out the Urst Issue of the Commoner. Jnn. 23 Queen Victoria dies on the Ise or Wight. Jan. 21 Prince of Wales ci owned as Edward VII of Great Rrltaln. Jan. 24 Four million dollar flie In Montreal, Canada. Teb 2 The Unlversit) Hospital lu Toklo burned, killed Fib 4 Queen Victoria burled at Windsor, Feb 3 Shan SI nnd Shen SI provinces, China, nre suffering fiom famine. The provinces have 11 population of 21,000,000 people. Teb. 11 Ex-King Milan of Sen la dies. Feb 11 King Edwaul VII opens Parliament. Feb 14 Secretary of Treasury puts a countervailing duty on Russian sugar. I Feb. 15 Sixty-five men entombed In a burning coal mine In Coraov, 11 C. I Feb IS Sir i: S S)incs, chief to the government of Llurmah, I kiilcldcs. I Feb 21 Oceanic Steamship stock drops $20 a share. , Fob 22 F-Senator S. M. White, of California, dies. Feb. 12 City of Rio de Janeiro wrecked at the entinnce of San Fran elsco linrbor One hundred and twen lives lost, Including ten from Hnvvall. I Feb. 23 Penns)lv.anla Democrats tak teps to re-organize Democratic put). Feb. 23 Thousands reported staiving In Southern Russia Feb 21 Thirty-one people frozen during a blizzard In Odessa Russia, I Feb. 25 In Dlnmoiidvllle, Wyo , miners were entombed In a burning mine nnd killed. Feb 26 The $1.000 000.000 steel trust organized; Charles Schwab, manager. Feb. 27 Pacific cable bill killed In the House Feb 27 Roxer leaders beheaded In Peking. I Feb. 27 Rubonlc plague In Cape Town, Afilcn. Feb. 2S The Mad Mullah on the warpath. J Tib 2S W M. Fvnrts, law)er nnd statesman, dies In New York March 4 President MeKlnley nnd Vice President Roosevelt Inaugurated. March C Senntor Morgan Introduce? resolution declaring the trenty abrogated. I March 5 John 13. Searles, sugar mngnate, falls. I March 6 A vvorklngman assaults and slightly wounds the German Kaiser. March 7 A great cave discovered In IjewlK pnunlv. Orpcnn. fHHHIHnHHH - fWffHHIHHHH - fHnHHW - against agreement In Manchuria, March 23 The Pacific Mall liner Korea launched. March 23 Attorney General Griggs resign" lrom Cnblnet. March 23 Agulnaldo captured by General Funston. March 21 Admiral Mrllo arrested. Revolutionary plot uncovcrid In March 2 Birmingham, Ala, swept b n totnndo. killed. March 2G Nihilist riot In Russia. March 28 Duke of Manchester a bankrupt. Muich 211 Rlnelcrpet appenrs In the Philippine 1 March SO Funston appointed a general In the regular army. Maie.li 31 Sensitlonnl frauds in com llssnry department In Manila unearth- eel. March 31 Lleufnnnt Rope r, u. h. .., sulTocnteil on be).ird the Petrel during lire. April 11 Russia Issues ultimatum to China -------- to sen . . JWim nurian ngreemenc April 1 Attempt mane 10 snoot uie Czar. April C Starvation reported rampant in Pen to Rico. April 7 Colonel Plumer captures Pletertbuig. late Hocr capital. April 9 Freh outbre.ik ef the Roxer lebelllon in Northern China. Apill 9 Attorney General 1'. C. Knox sworn In. April 9 Agulnnldo signs peace manifests. April 9 Rioting throughout Korea repeated. April 9 The powers flic Indemnity claims amounting to K00,000.000. April 11 Carrie Nation to run the town of Medicine Lodge for one week. April IS liarnn Fava, Italian to United States, retires. April 10 Empress of Chln.i's palace burned. April IS Row over ritualism In ring-land. April 18 Pennsjlvnnla and Sant.a Fe rnllmads combine. April 21 Agulnnldo Interviewed Wants to visit the United States Apill 22 General Chaffee ami Field Marshal Waldersee have elilTciences In Peking. Apill 21 Tnhltlnn Sugar Compan.v reoignnis't d Apill .'I Hlg Hood In Ohio river April 2.1 Financial eilsls In Japan, tweut) binks fall. Apill 2fi C'onti actors begin work on mlsiiig l he sunken battleship Maine April 27 German emperor a guest of his student corps at Donn. Apill 2i The national debts of the world amount te $11,000,000,000 April 29 Appeal to restore Muiad to the tin one of Turkey Mav 1 President McKlnlej starts on his teU! of the States Mav 2 Punk In the corn market of Chicago Ma 2 George T. McDonnell, famous forger, niiesteel In S.m Francisco Mn) 3 Dr Miguel, Prussian Mlnlstoi of Finance, resigns Mav 31 P. Morgan evolves scheme to combine steamship lines. Mn 4 Jacksonville, Fin, has n Jl.-000 000 fire Mil) G Plague riots In India. May fi Cronje's wife goes Insane Mnv 7 Two bundled lives lost In a feii)boat disaster on the Dnieper river May Sebastl in Maitinelll made 11 c.uillnal. Ma) S Panic In Wall stiect over deal In North Pacific stock. Ma) 9 Gcoige Q C union's villi filed. Estate valuiil nt Jl.000,000 Ma) 10 Set Ions ilots lu Rarcclona, Spain Mn) 11 Women nllowed suffinKO In Norway. Ma) 12 Duke and Duchess of and York nulvo In Austi.illa Mnv 11 Mis Hair) (Illllg nmirles J Coin and M.i) 1C Carnegie donates $10 000,001 t Scotch unlveisltlrs Mil) IS The battle ship Ohio launched In S in Francisco Ma) 20 Machinists stilke on thioughout the States. Mn) 19 United Stati s Hoops leave China Mav 21 President MeKlnley reaches San Francisco on his tour through the States. Mn) 22 Panic In Oceanic Steamship Company stoe k Drops to $1.1 a share Ma) 22 Hon. Clius. A Routelle Insane Ma) 21 John R Tanner, of llllimls dies Mnv 21 Ileav) earthquakes In Spain 1 nnd Italy Mil) 27 Unlted State s Supreme Coin t 'decides that Its constitution does not follow the ling. Mav 2J Steamer blown to atoms by d)namlte on Missouri river. May 30 Toledo, Ohio, churches form a trust. June 1 Arbuckles fighting sugar trust. June 2 Sevent) perish In n fire at Oaxaca, Mexico. June 4 Cadet dismissed from Naval Academy for hazing. June D Five Rritlsh officers arresteJ for treason In Africa. June C Roer successes reported. June 7 Carrie Nation's husband sues for a divorce ' Juno 12 Cuban constitutional Ivcutlon accepts Plntt amendment. June 11 President MeKlnley olllclal'y states that he will not accept a thltd . lerm. June 14 Rig lintel In West Raden, Ind , destroved b) tire; loss. Jl.000,000 June 14 Trnnsport Ingalls cnpslezs In dr) dock. New York. June 17 Earl Russell nrrested on a charge of blgani) June IS Hazen S..PIngree dies In London Juno 19 Explorer Johnston returns from Uganda. Reports discovering ape men June 20 A disastrous tornado In Nebraska. June 21 Hoshl Toru, ex-Japanese Minister to United Slates, murdered. June 21 Seventeen people killed In a tire, Paterson, N J June 22 Rig strike In West Virginia coal mines'. June 24 The receipts of the United States Treasury exceed the expenditures by J77.000.000. June i5 Rig storm In the FIJI Islands, Heavy loss of life. June 26 Cloudburst In West Virginia. One hundred lives lost. June 29 Yellow fever stamped out In Cuba. June 30 Carnegie gives $750,050 to Detroit for a library. July 1 Indian government spent 18,JM,O0O to rellev famine. March 7 Peace negotiations between' General Rotha and General Kitchener con-reported. March 7 Alfred Parsons, swindler,! arrested; poses as Lord Rosse. 1 jtevuiuuuu 111 ei erwiruw Dictator Castro, of Venezuela. March 7 Cnnndlan Parliament to frame measures against American March 7 Secretary of Navy signs contracts for thirteen new warships March 8 Pacific cable bills pass Canadian House of Commons. Mnrch 11 Government commission reports no plague epidemic In San I'rnnclsco. March 13 Ex-President Ilenjamln Harrison dies In Indianapolis, March 13 Street light between Russian and Rritlsh troops in Peking March 13 Seven hundred students arrested for rioting In St. Petersburg March 14 Count Ronl de Castlellaua fights a duel with M. de Roda)s March 15 Carnegie gives $75,000,000 for the endowment of a technical schojl In Pittsburg. March RWndlans In Alaska March 16 Peru withdraws her niln. later from Chile. March and Duchess of Cornwall and York start on their tour of the Colonies March rloU In Marseilles, .France. . March 2J Japan enters protest 1 July 2 Androw Carnegie gives "30,-000 to San Francisco for a library. July 3 Hot wave throughout the Haste. Stntes. July 4 A balloonist falls 1,000 feet In Michigan. Julj C Earl Russell's trial before the House of Lords beglnB. July C Prof. Joseph Le Conte, of Berkeley, dies. July 7 Many Filipinos surrender. July S lllg volcanic eruptions in Java. July 8 Uoers accused of shooting wounded soldiers. July 9 A train wrick In Missouri; seventeen killed and thirty Injured. July 10 Dowleltes run out of 111. July 11 Olllclal reports show heavv decline In resources nnd population In France, July 12 Successful trial of Santos Duinont's nliship, Paris. July 13 President Steyn has a ceape fiom capture Jul) 14 The Perry monument unveiled In Japan. July 15 Rig drop In sugar. Fifty points In three dn)s. July 1R Hot wave In the Eastern States Loss of life hinvy. July 17 Geneinl Rutterfleld dies In New York. July IS Captain ltlackburn crosses the Atlantic In a 25-foot boat, July L0 Charles Fltzmorrls tours the world In CO da)s, 11 hours and 29 minutes July 20 Mrs Krucgcr dies In Pretoria. July 23 Admiral Schley demands Investigation of Sampson and Mnclay s charges. July 21 American Sugnr Company Increases capital $1.1,000,000. July 21 President Issues proclaim Hon establishing free trade with Porto Rico. July 26 Heavy earthquakes reported In Nevada. July 27 Brazil Is facing a financial panic. July 2S First National Rank of New York declnies a 1000 per cent dividend. July 21 I!rookl)n bridge reported to bo In a dangerous condition; tralllc stopped. July ?0 House of Commons appropriates 2.000,000 for construction of a Pacific cable. Aug. 1 Tcamsteis nnd dock workers of San Fr tnclsco on a strike. Aug 2 Thirteen thousnnd people get homesteads In the new 1) -opened Oklahoma Htllp Aug 3 Poor war costing England $6.250 000 weekly. Aug 3 Plague still lages In Aug 4 Inmes H niount paral)zel Aug 5 Hmprcss Fiederick of Germany dies Aug C Commodore Swift nppolnted Gov ci nor of Guam, vice Sillor der. Aug S Kitchener building n s)stem of block bousi s In Africa Aug 9 Field Maishal welcomed home from Clilnn Aug 10 Amalgamated Association of lion and Steel Wolkeis go on n stilke Aug 11 Slgnor Cilspl of Italy dies Aug. 12 Colombia and Venezuela nt w ir Aug. 11 Ji hn Winters robs the Selby Smelting Winks of $200,000, nftcrvvaids 1 1 rov erod Aug 14-16 Terrific tiople stoim 'thioURliout the Gu f Stiles Aug 17 Labor dllllctiltlcs In San Frnne Iscei fonel becoming scarce ug IS Steamer Is ninloi wiccked In Alaska, lives lost Aug 19 The line 1 Lin null was bv wiiolcss telegtaph while still 300 miles from Now York Aug Si Million doll ir trust to all shipbuilding concerns, organized Aug 21 French Ambissndor lu Turkey breaks off diplomatic relations with the Poite Aug 22 Km els raiding Armenia, twiho villages destroped ug 23 MIg foti"t fires in Russia, damage amounting to $10 000 000 Aug 21 Ileav ) eai tluitiakcs thiough out Jnpan. Aug 21 List of witnesses for the Schle) enui tmnrtlil pi spared. .Aug 27 Fiench Ambassador leaves Tmke) Aug 2" Jnpinese file complaint with Secietniy Hay against Di Cofer Sept 1 Cleveland, Ohio, Invaded by a Mood Sept 2 Wu Ting Fung transferred fiom Washington to London. Sept 3 Gei man ciulser Wacht sunk after a collision with battleship sen Sept 5 Helen H Stone, missionary, captuieel hv Turkish brigands Sept 4 Thousands peilsh In a flood 1 on mo liver, c ninn. Sept 5 Columbia to defend the America's cup Sept C President MeKlnley shot by Annichlst Czolgosz, at the Exposition. Sept. 7 Senntor Wellington utters words deiogatory to President MeKln ley. Sept 11 Czar of Russia visits the Genrman Kaiser. Sept 12 Schley courtmartlal begins In Washington. Sept 14 President MeKlnley dies In Rutfnlo His last words wete, "Good b)e all, good b)e. It Is God's way. His v 111 be done " Sept 14 President Roosevelt takes the oath of otllee Sept. 10 Rlshop Whipple, of St Paul, dies Sept 16 Czolgosz nrralgned for murder of MeKlnley. Sept 16 President Roosevelt outlines his national policy. Sept. 17 President MeKlnley burled with national honors. Sept IS Roers win a big victory at Scheeper's Nek Sept 19 Rritlsh torpedo boat Corbi sinks sixty lives lost. Sept 20 Roosevelt's Cabinet holds first meeting Sept 22 Anarchists threaten life of W W Astor Sept 21-Judge Jere M Wilson, of Washington, dies Sept 24 War Department plnces an Import duty on coffee for Cuba, Sept. 20 Czolgosz convicted and sen tenced for the murder of President Me Klnley. Sept. 2S Columbia defeats the Sham-rook II In the llrst rac. Sept. 2S John W. Mackay organizes a Paclllc cable company, Sept. 29 Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York In Vancouver. Sept. 2D Company C, Ninth Infantry. U. S. A . ambushed and annihilated. Sept. 20 President McKlnWy'a will (lied, valued at $210,000. Oct. 1 The national surplus for Sep- tcmbor was $12,000,000. Oct. 2 The net earnings of the steel trust for six months Is over $50,000,000. Oct. 3 Columbia wins second race from Shamrock II. Oct. 5 Columbia wins third race from the Shamrock and retains the cup. Oct. 0 Edwnrd VII reported to be suffering from a cancer of the throat. Oct. 6 General Alger's book on the Spanish wnr out; scores General Miles and Admiral Sampson. Oct. 7 Severe earthquakes In Central America. Oct. 8 The net earnings of the West ern Union Telegraph Company for the lenr were $6,CS5,249. Oct. 9 The Russian naval budget for 1902 amounts to $49,000,000. Oct. 11 Joseph H. Smith elected president of the Mormon Church. Oct. 13 Epidemic of banlc robberies In the Middle States. Oct. 11 Episcopal convention In Snn Francisco closes. Oct. 10 MusoUno, famous Italian bandit, captured. Oct. 19 Rear Admlrnl Dunce, U. S. N dies In Hartford, Conn. Oct. 22 General Ruller retired from Rritlsh nrmy. Oct 23 Pacific Mall liner S'berlaiThey, launc hed. Oct. 24 Plot against the life of the Shah of Persia discovered. Oct 25 A big fire In Philadelphia; twenty people killed. , Oct "S fro trosz. McKlnlev's murder- however, still believe that they cr. executed. I '"B at 1 o'clock they had to play ball, 6ct..29 Ten killed In n race war In feeling half sick, with th- ball ground Loulslnna. seemingly swn)ing up and down. They Oct. 30 Six hundred Turkish nrmy requested to have the game postponed, olllcers mutiny. liut the Hllo bo)S snld a postponement Oct. 31 One hundred nnd seventy was not possible. They asked for drowned during a storm on Lake other game with the same nine, but llalUal Nov. 1 Plague In Liverpool and Glasgow. Nov. 2 The Sultan of Turkey ilelds to the demands of France. Nov. 3 Buffalo Hxposltlon closes. Nov. 4 Attempt to murder the Empress of China. Nov. 7 Scth Low elected mayor of New York. Nov. 7 Dugcne Schmltz elected mayor of San Francisco. Nov. 7 LI Hung Chang dies In Peking. Nov. 7 Schley courtmartlal closes. Nov. 9 Yung Lu nppolnted Minister rt l"Virplrn Affillrs Klirppedlni? Ll llUtlir' ""-" " " I Chang. Nov. 10-A gun explodes aboard " M. S. Royal Sovereign, killing unl nn men. Nov. 12 Heavy storm throughout Great Rrltaln. Great loss of life. Nov. 11 A cold wave sweeps Now York. Nov. 15 The transport Hancock nshore In the Inland Sea. Nov. 10 J. Jeffries defeats Gus In three rounds, retaining the world's championship. Nov. 10 Annual leport of Immigration Commissioner shows that C62.S63 Immigrants arrived In Unit d States Nov. 17 Heavy earthquake. In New Zealand Nov. 19 Fenian plot to seize the Klondike exposed. Nov. IS New canal treaty signed. Nov. 23 Hnrvoid defeats Yale; 22-0. Nov. 23 Epidemic of Anglophobia In Europe. Nov. 21 Revolution In Panama Nov. 20 Successful test of the Cathode lay as a cute for cancer. Nov. 29 A tld.il wave 011 the eastern const of Englnnd. Nov 29 Queen Wllhelmlun of may seek a divorce. Nov. .10 Governor of Oklahoma removed for using olllclal position for personal benellt. Nov. o0 Queen Lllluokalanl and suite tinned out of four New oik hotels. Dec 2 Conguss meets Henderson elected Speaker of the House. Dec 2 Siipieine Com t decides against tnilff on Philippine Imports. Dec 3 Pies dent's Roosevelt llrst mess ige to Cimgicss' " Dec. 4 Judso 1 powder works, near Oakland, Cal , blow 11 up. Dee C Wilcox Intioduces his id land bill Dec. S Thomas W. L.iwson Is to have lost $11 000 000 In the fall of copper stocks Dec. 10 Garder Introduces a bill appropilitlng 1 1,000 COO for the puichase of the Dmlsh West Indies Dsc 11 War blowing between Chile nnd Aigcnllne Republic. Dec 12 Schley eouit of lnepilrv lenders Its elieislon, Dewey gives Scnlv full cicdlt tor the vletcny; Ramsey nnd Renliain lepoit ndveisel). Dpc Young. U. S N, relieved of his commiud In C'ubi for talking too much. Dec 14 Maiconl sends a whole's telogiaph message ni ross the Atlantic. Die 11 Germans stilling up troifble with Vonemeln. Dec. 11 Ofllelally announced that Leslie M Shaw will succeed L)iinu Gage as Secretary of the Treasury. Dec 16 Senator Jones Introduces a icsolutlon giving Admiral Schley a vote of thanks. Dec. 10 Senate ratifies the Ha) canal treaty. Dec. 17 C. E Smith resigns his portfolio ns Postmaster General. Dec. 17 Wilcox Intioduces a bill making Molokal the national leper settlement. Dec 1711. C. Pay no nppolnted Post- mastei Gene: al, vice Emory Smith, Dec. IS Senate confirms nppolntment of Frederick Funston ns brigadier gen einl, U. S. A. Doc IS House passes Philippine tariff bill Dec is Nlcaragu.an canal bill favorably reported hi the House. Dec 19 Fatal col'Mon In San Ardo, Cal. Dec 19 Fatal train wreck on the Southern Pnililc, nt Uplands, Cal. Dec 20 Ground formally broken for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, Dec 21 Secretary Long approves of the majority report In tho Schley court-martial ends com tnuirtl ll. Dec 22 Turkey notifies nnturallzed Americans that they must renounce their naturalization or be expelled from Turkey. Dec E Channlng, poet and essajist. dead. Dec 24 Edgar S Maclay, author of the naval history criticizing Schley, discharged 1... President Roosevelt. Dec 2C De Wet successful hi South are more skillful. at baseball than th Hlloltes. Seasickncs Is responsible for their recent defeat. They landed nt Hllo at 6 p. m ... , December .... 31, after an extremely rougn inp. ine next morn- Hllo could not get together or keep together the same plaiers. However, another game wns plaied on the 2d, in which six of the original HI16 nine pnrtlcpatcd, which Walluku easily won by the overwhelming score of 12 to 0. "If Rrown, the Hllo pitcher, had bcea j present," they say, "the score would have been ngnlnst Hllo, Just the shme " j The Wnlluku bo)s Intend to treat the Hllo pla)ers handsomely when they visit Maui. MISCELLANEOUS. During the nfternoon of the 7th, the Mnkawao Ladles' Aid Society met at the residence of Mrs. D. C. Lindsay, J'ain, -...- The following officers ior 1902 were chosen: Hrs. H. A. Baldwin, i,,rpMm. Vr r. n. cnrim. vi t,i. . . dent; Mrs. S. E. Tailor, secretary; 'Mrs. F. F. Raldvvln, treasurer, and iMesdames H. P. Daldvvln, II. S. win and F. W. Hardy, basket tee. It was decided to hold a bazaar during the latter part of the )ear. On the evening of the 4th, a most 'enJo)able progressive euchre party was given by Mrs. Dor.a von Tempsky, of Piiuomalel, Mnkawao. I The six tables at which the gusts of the evening sat, were piettll) innged In the spacious pallors. Handsome prizes wore awarded and lefreshments served. After the I games, music. Instrumental nnd vocal, .ended a delightful evening. , I The Sundny school members of Kaaupall, Oluwalu, Lahaln.a nnd 1 Mnkawao celebiated the new )cur most happily at Walnee Church, Lahalna. 1 During the evening of Deeenibei 31 there was a concert nnd luau. On New Years day there was a Sundny school convention anil nnothei luau, ns 11 p'enslng finale to the festivities P. N. lvnlinkllnlllnn. Fsn . wns tin. urosld'n olllcer during the 1st. I Jnmcs Scott hns assumed his dutlei 'as man lger of Klhel plantation. I T C. Hobron. of Honolulu, made a fl)lng visit to Wnlluku this week. I The wedding of Mnnin 1 do Couts, of Pnla, to Miss Marin Ferr'lin, of Ko- komo, proved a notable event In tho soelnl life of the Mai iwao Poitu colony. ;;;;!. I rriw tnmrtmro pptnmnnv tnnlf nl 'lust Sittirdny morning, the 1th instant,' at the wnlluku Catholic Chut eh and was performed b) Pother Libert. 1 A special tialn of the Kahuku Rail-) road Company, conve)id the wedding, pnttv fiom Pnla to Walluku, and buck again The snme evening a rocept on . was given nt Kokonio by Enormo the fnthet of the brl In, will h was ottendul b) more than four Inn died Maknwao lesldeils v New Reservoir is Seine Pi.inned by the Public Works Department. 1 LAIIAINA, Jan 12 Tho Maul News sn)s: Supt. Ro)d, who has charge of the Department of Public Works, has Informed some of our loading citizens that the nrrnngements for the construction 0 Lnhalna Wnter Works have been 1' on, nnd the wel come entci e probably begin dining the latter pint of this month. The reservoir will be located just above the Ice Factory. j I Most of the Lahalnnluna bo)s passed their vacation nt their homes on the Islands, and returned on the northbound steamer, Consequentlv there . were no iccltutlons nt the Seminary on Monday or Tuesday Thete were 1 ty students In the chapel on Tuesday! morning, rive new scholars have en- tercel the Seminary, more are expecteJ and the prospects for the present term are quite favorable, I Miss Cook of Denver, a cousin oti Miss Rnrker, takes tho second primary grade In the government school, and Mr. Dickenson retires from the corps of Instructors. Captain James J. Lewis, the now commander of the Walluku Salvation Army Corps, was In Lahalna on Tuesday and Wednesday, He was formerly 1 on duty In California, nnd more recent-, ly on Kauai. At present he Is assisted by Lieutenants Davis nnd Wilcox. Hoolulu Park will probably pass from the control of the Volcano ( bles nnd Transnortatlon Comn.anv Into ... . - , the hands or a jockey ciud now in process of organization In this city. Two meetings have been held, at which the terms on which the property was to . ,, ., I i ,.,..- .,..1. pass, was discussed. The Jockey Club ,, ,,.i,,i ,.hi 1,0,..,.,.,. ih .vnr ,.f j , t k pr0petty and become ' responsible for Its management. The management of this prpcrty by Mr. .McKenzle has been highly satisfactory to the public and to tutf men general- ily. Mr. McKenzle, however, holds that the task of organizing and pulling off I race meetings Is a Job requiring too mucn attention for one man alone to hnndle to tnP best nlantnge. As a .result these negotiations havu sprung un nnd the outlook Is favorable for their early consummation. Incidental to the discussion of terms, the manner of conducting Hoolulu Park as a recreation ground has been touched on slightly. The new plan In- ' clullc, lhe esaushment of fl:ted ut - tractIons n tne j,ark. Hllo Tribune. Africa, captures two guns. of'wasl ,7B"onednead J01"1 "" Dec 27 The battleship Missouri launcheel nt Neve port News. Dec 27 United States Senator W. J. Sevvall, of New 'Jersey, dead. Dec. 2S Destructive tidal tloods along the North Pacific coast of America, Dec. 29 A Helglan attempts to shoot to'Sn SpI neonle killed by n water spout In Morocco Dec. promises that there will be no violation of the Monroe doc- trlne In her efforts to collect money! from Venezuela, Dec. 31 United States Treasury re- lurns ior me eur snow a imiuncc ui nenri) ivu,uw,wv. Senator Cullora Is working for reci proclty. J SEASfCK PLAYERS C 1 Wailuku Nine Lays Defeat to the Sea. MAUI, Jan. 11. The Wnlluku leturned by the Klnau of the 3d, feeling somewhat chagrined by their defeat, 7 to 4, by the Hllo nine. 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WATER WORKS CO i LIMITED. col Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. Island Orders Solicited. rlephone Main 71. Olaa Assessments. XTIr, 1(lt 1TTH AND 1STII ments, of E0c each, are now bearing Interest at the rate of 1 per cent per month. THE 10TII ASSESSMENT of of COc per share, has been called, to be due and pa) able November 20th. Interest w 111 be charged on assess- ments unpaid ten (10) days after th game are due at the rate of 1 per cent per month from the date on which such assessments are due. Tj,e above assessments will be pay- able at the office of the B. F. Dillingham Company, Limited, Stangenwald ine, ELMER E. PAXTON, Treasurer Olaa Sugar Company, Ltd. Honolulu, T. H., July 20, 1901. XW1 The Wisconsin has sailed rrora Aca ( pUjt0 for callao, Peru.