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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1909
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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HONOLULU, July 13. A disturhance at Waimanalo occurred
yesterday. Strikers heseiged Sheriff Jarret in the plantation olliee
until nrmed police arrived and relieved him. Sixteen arrests followed
and the men were hrought to town and jailed.
John Ilephuin is here to investigate Edwards Vanilla heart indus
try. Federal receipts for last year were $20,000 in excess of previous
Captain LeClair. a watchmen of the Inter-Islnnd wharf, was hnd
ly heaten hy hacknien yesterday morning.
The Parker ranch will supply heef ttho Molokai settlement.
lU'ENOS AYRKS, July 13. The Argentine minister at La Paz
will he recalled unless complete satisfaction is granted.
WASHINGTON, July 13. The Conference Committee decided to
leave the corporation tax amendment as passed hy the senate except
that thry reduced the rate from 2$ to 1.
The House hy a pood majority passed the resolution asking the
states to authorize a constitutional amendment relative to income
TORONTO, July 13. Jeffries will post a forfeit to fight Johnson.
WHITE PLAINS, .July 13. If counsel can agree three alienists
will he appointed to decide the question of Harry Thaw's sanity.
HONOLULU, July 12. Maria Keck ley Kahia, high chiefoss of
Hawaii, died last nijrht while under an operation for cancer of the
The mysterious Maker turns out to he a half Chinese of Niulii,
Blind pigs have started and Fennel is hunting them.
The drunken crew of the Klenshurg practically mutinied yester
day and assaulted the Captain during a drunken row.
HONOLULU, July 11. The strikers at Waipahu held another
prisoner. The order of the Court has heen disregarded.
Kluegel has resigned from the government service and has accept
ed employment with the Hilo Railway as chief engineer.
The postoflice of Wahiawa harhor has heen rohhed of coin.
A Chinese store has heen rohhed of coin and $500 in British
The money necessary for the expense of the Hilo Railway has
The Tenyo Main was held hack for a silk cargo.
LOS ANGELES, July 11. 75.000'visitors are exerted at the Elks
WASHINGTON, July 11. The first and second division of the
Pacific fleet consisting of hig armored cruisers with auxiliaries aro or
dered to cruise in Asiatic and Philippine waters.
LA PAZ, July 12. The city is in the hands of the rioters. .
The wife of the U. S. Minister fled to the house of the Bolivian
President for protection.
PROVINCETOWN, July 12. Fifty-four warships are assemhled
here from Manila.
WASHINGTON, July 12. Newenieh, the famous astronomer, is
$ SfOO.OOO i- ,ik.l for work in UU1.
ALTON. New Mexico, July 12 Nine lioie tinders have heen
killetl here hv out laws.
HONOLULU, .Inly 1(1. A sweeping injunction has heen issued.
No more picketing will lie allowed.
The Jiji.has circulated a rumor that Uyeno is to he recalled,
Pringle, once of Hilo, was hadly heaten hy the engineer of the
Oahu lee Company.
Kenneth Duncan, at one time an Episcopal preacher here, has
been sent to Folsoin prison for rohhing a benefactor.
The mysterious Baker has not yet heen found hy the police.
J. B. Castle has secured control of the Consolidated Pineapple.
He puts Howling it charge in place of Kellogg who has resigned.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 10. The schooner Abler, which was re
ported lost, has arrived,
WASHINGTON, July 10. Taft will leave Beverly for Seattle on
September 15th. He will then go to Portland, San Francisco, Yose
mite, Los Angeles, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.
LA PAZ, July 10. A mob attacked the Argentine legation. Troops
have been called out to ensure the safety of the minister. The trouble
is the result of the decision by Argentina in a dispute over the boun
dary between Peru and Bolivia in which Argentina acted as arbitrator.
NEW YORK, July 10. Rockefeller has given $10,000,000 to the
Board of Education of the Baptist church. His total gifts to date are
WASHINGTON, July 10. -The Senate has passed the Philippine
K E LLOG -1 JACK A I )(")( )N .
Mr. L. G. Kellogg returned from
the Coast on the Hilonian with his
bride, Mrs. Allele Hull Hackadoon.
The wedding took place on June 25
in Is Angeles at the palatial resi
dence tf Mr. M. J. Monnette, one
of California's influential million
aires. Mrs. Monnette, who is a
sister of the bride, visited her here
in March; they lieing summoned to
the Coast by the death of their
brother, Mr. J. C. F. Hull, Vice
President of the American National
Bank of Ios Angeles. Owing to the
U'reaveinent the wedding was very
quite, only close friends and the
family Iwing present. The ceremony
was performed by Dr. Charles Ed
ward Lock, pastor of the first Meth
dist EpiscojKil church.
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