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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JULY 24 1909
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HONOLULU, July 20. Bright has n record of five convictions in
Uilo for gross cheat. He may be taken back by Pun.
Six Russian families may come here if arrangements can be made.
The finances of the High Wage Association are running low.
The jury in the riot case disagreed and were discharged. They
stood six to six. The ballot never changed. Three white men held
out for acquittal.
Joe Leal was injured last night while making arrests.
Doctor Atcherly denied all of the accusations made by the Adver
tiser while on the stand yesterday. He had his wife and two little
children to testify as to the strange noises and mysterious telephone
The Makino trial has begun.
TOKIO, July CO. Prince Ito has returned to the Capital. He was
received with unusual honor. He will preside over the privy council
today for the first time.
The leading Japanese daily says that if China is not in a different
mood by the end of the month Japan will adopt a different course.
WASHINGTON, July 20. The members of the House to visit
Hawaii will sail on the Siberia August 18th.
Representative Tawney in speaking of the deficiency in the At
torney General's ofliee admitted that Heney had received a $20,000 fee
for which he had rendered no service.
WASHINGTON, July 20. The conference committee lias agreed
to accept the tax amendment as revised by Wickersham. 1
BERLIN, July 19. Pour more victims of the motorcycle accident
SAN FRANCISCO, July 19. The trial of Calhoun has com
menced. Attorney Lawler mr.de the first address. Langdon examined
HONOLULU, July 19. Bright 11. F. Baker was found in the
Palama hospital. He says he was sent to the Hale Pupnle from Hilo.
He remained two months and was released. He walked to the Young
Hotel and did up that institution. Doctor Peterson says Baker is. not
and never was crazy. While in the hospital he claimed to be the son
of Sheriff Saffery of Maui.
Fujihara in jail says he paid lately Harly Moor $ 10,000 for release
for two nights before the intended excution.
Hagashi who assnalted two strike breakers has been found guilty
and sentenced to one year. ' ;
The riot Jury is still out. j
Consul Uyeno is urging the strikers to return to work.
HONOLULU, July 19. The Dillinghams are negotiating with
the San Francisco Bridge Company for a contract to build a drydock.
The riot jury were locked up Saturday night. j
The Japanese merchant" says they will no longer attempt to bring
about a settlement of the strike. It is not believed here that thqy
have ever tried.
The Atcherle.y case wa ciniiiiuctl after he told the judge of the
man in the attic. j
ROME, July 19 Dun Carlo tin' prrtriider in the Spanish throili
'BEIM'IN, July In. A iiiotm eyelr at tai-iii'.; pi'minds burst into
flames and crashed into a crowd, ll killed ighl a,.d wounded twenty
DOUSE FRANCE, July 19. Paul Hem bloke the Aeroplane i
cord yesterday. He tlew to a height of 450 fleet.' The Wright brothers
record is 360 feet.
LEAD CITY, July 19 Two persons were instantly killed by 'a
stroke of lightining while intending a baseball game yesterday, j
NEW YORK, July lt. Ten persons were drowned yesterday Uy
the capsizing of a slo:,. ' j
COLORADO SPRINGS, July 19 Magaret Hays a daughter f
Jefferson Davis died here yesterday.
VIENNA, July 18. Someone fired at Arch Duke Ferdinand
Anstrias future ruler. He was in a special train The bullet narrow
ly missed him.
WASHINGTON, July 18. -The Wright brothers yesterday coer
ed a distance of 45 miles in their Aeroplane in one hour.
3AN FRANCISCO, July 18. Frayne knocked out Corbett in the
ROME, July 18. Mattchuchi the director of the royal observa
tory of Vesuvius died at the observatory yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 17. The Union Savings Bank and
State Savings Bank closed their doors yesterday.
Von Meyirinbk who was formejly the paying teller of the Union
Savings Bank committed suicide.
WASHINGTON, July 17.-Secretary Dickenson has issued an
order that army supplies shall not be bought from trustB.
HONOLULU, July 17. The verdict in the riot case is expected
today. ' j
Important arrests of nioonshriners have been made on Kauai by
Breckons and Hendry.
County officials fail to arrest after evidence secured by Internal
Revenue officers had been furnishod. j
Korean and Brazil lian strike breakers fought in the street lait
' Miss Miller on Beretania St. grappled with a burglar who rnterel
her room by a window last night but the man got away.
SEATTLE, July 17. The first and second divisions of the Pacifip
fleet consisting of eight armored cruisers will sail for Honolulu Septem
WASHINGTON, July 17. Rapid progress was made yesterday
by conferree3 on the tariff bill, 24 hours more would have settled It
but for Taft's insistance that a reduction must be made in the tariff if
not absolute abolition on iron, coal, ice, and oil. It is interpreted that
he will veto the bill unless his wishes are respected. (
TOKIO, July 17. The question of a succesior for Takahira wIl
not be considered until he arrives. He may return to Washington if
lie wishes. 1 1
LISBON, July 17. A severe earthquake was felt at Benevengq.
People were panic stricken. The damage was slight. :
BOSTON, July 17. Mrs. Mary Baker Eddy celebrated her 81th
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