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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1909
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HONOLULU, June 15. The yacht Hawaii won the race from
Kahului, time 35 hrs., 21 min. and 20 sec. The Kamehameha came
in second in 37 hrs., 15 min. and 55 sec. The Concord came in third
and the Luka fourth.
HONOLULU, 15. Makino and his cotere are re-arrested on a new
One Japanese Higher Wage collector used a knifeona laborer who
refused to pay.
Negoro says the affair will he made an international affair.
Woodruff will undoubtedly be confirmed as judge.
There were two more auto accidents last night.
Captain Johnson is still in a dangerous condition. He is bleeding
at the ear.
Sam Walker's condition is most serious.
Young Hedeniann has been sent home. Mrs. Green is improving.
NORFOLK, June 15. The steamer Nantichoke has been seized
by the government on suspicion of carrying arms and ammunition to
Venezuela. The rifles were found near the vessels.
NEW YORK, June 15. writ of habeas corpus for Harry Thaw
has been issued. It is returnable. Thursday.
MERLIN, June 15. The Kaiser received sixty English clergymen
WASHINGTON, June 14. Brislow has proposed an amendment
to the tariff permitting importations of sugar into the Philippines at as
low a duty as into the United States and eliminating the provision
giving the preference to island producers in the provision which allows
free sugar to the amount of three hundred thousand tons.
The Senate amendment which was introduced by Stone pledging
the United States to grant independence to the Philippines in fifteen
years was defeated.
HONOLULU, June 14. Penal warrants are being issued for all
of the scorchers in the recent auto uccidents.
The Gladys arrived here at midnight.
HONOLULU, June 13. Makino and his colleagues are held. They
are charged with being disorderly persons. The habeas corpus pro
ceedings have been disposed of. The other Japanese are held on a
charge of riot and an attempt to commit murder and with a conspiracy
to murder editor Sheba. They are all out on biil. x
The persons injured in the automobile accident of last week show
signs of improvement. Captain Johnson is seriously if not fatally in
jured. Young Hedeman is in grave danger.
Stanley Bellina suicided by hanging Saturday afternoon. He was
seventeen years of age.
ST. PETERSBURG, June 14. -It is reported that 5000 Persians
have been killed by tribesmen.
Russia has been appeaeld to for aid.
MANILA, June 14. Several detachments of troops have gone in
to the mountains after the mutineers.
WASHINGTON, June 14. The investigation of the recent com
promise with the A nerican ":ugar Refinery Co. has been ordered by
MANILA, Juii" 13. A company of native constabulary OM Min
danao mutinied nr.il captured the quarters of Governor Walker. The
Americans Ic.ok shelter in a church which was afterward attacked by
the mutineers who were repulsed after a three hours tight The loyal
constabulary hastened to the rescue and drove off the mutineers. One
American was killfid and four were wounded.
MARSAILES, June 13. 100 persons are dead as a result of an
earthquake. The shock was felt from the Alps to the Atlantic.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13. Louis Glass gets a new trial.
The defense in the Calhoun case did not introduce any testimony.
WASHINGTON, June 13. Woodruff will probably be confirmed.
HONOLULU, June 12. A writ of habeas corpus was re issued in
the case of Makino and others and argued all day yesterday. The
case has been postponed until today. A search of the effects of Ma
kino, Negoro and other leaders disclosed letters from parties who ap
pear to have been ordered to secure ammunition for the managers. In
Makinos effects were numerous obscene pictures which may bring him
under the ban of the Federal authorities. 1500 Japanese who evident
ly regard their leaders as martyrs thronged the yard of the Judiciary
building all day and as the prisoners entered and left they were en
thusiastically banzaied. On the last trip on account of the excitement
among the Japanese the officers considered it wise to spirit them out
by way of the side door. W. A. Kinney was hooted to the limit as he
left the court room.
Jim Quinni's big auto crowded with tourists fell off Hackfelds
wharf and ievernl passengers were badly injured and the car used up.
Harold Castle with Sam Walker and Captain Peter Johnson in a
big machine ran into a Rapid Transit car, Johnson is in the hospital
seriously injured. Walker is in the hospital with a broken leg. Castle
is not injured.
$20,000 in eilver arrived by the Alameda.
WASHINGTON, June 12. A strong cablegram from Governor
Frear and the Civic Federation have greatly improved Woodruffs
chances of securing the Federal Judgeship.
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