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SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1909
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HONOLULU, July 27. Ferelstrous snils for Russia on August 12
and will return with sixty families. He nt first decided to leave on
the Tenyo Maru,
The strikers war on the contempt charge. Sheba testifies his life
is in danger.
Raker, the bigamist, was given three years nt hard labor and a
$500 tine. Mrs. Wallace, the woman he married here, lenves for the
Coast on the Alameda. She found it impopsible to procure employ
ment. The investigation develops the fact that there were no life pre
servers on the Rainbow.
GUADALAJARA, July 25. A mob gathered yesterday and
shouted: "Down with Diaz.'' They then proceeded to erect barricades.
Troops tired and killed several. Two Americans were killed. Serious
rioting has resulted through bitter politienl contention. So alarming
has the situation heroine that the American Consul has appealed to
his rvcrnmcnt for aid to suppress the outbreak.
IMI'TON, July 27. The First National Rank closed its doors to
day. The assistant cashier absconded with $00,000, the funds of the
'1 KRROL, July 27. King Alfonso officiated at the laying of the
keel of the first battleship of the new Spanish navy.
MADRID, July 27. Forty thousand troops now oppose tribesmen
in Africa and more are mobilizing.
NEW YORK, July 27. Refined sugar advanced 10 cents per
AMOY. July 27. There were a tonl of 135 deaths here from
bubonic plague during the past two weeks.
HONOLULU, July 25 The Sullivan and Cordell fight was a
draw. Jackson was knocked out by arboni.
Makino, under the name of Iligenbotbam is under bail in the
Federal Court for using the mail for immoral purposes.
The habeas corpus proceedings did not h-lp Ateherley. Robinson
gave him into the care of Doctor 1'eterson.
Makino's men broke up a meeting of strikers who were considering
returning to work yesterday.
Mrs. J. E. Elson attempted suicide by cloroforni yesterday.
MALAGA, July 2.3. The hospitals are overcrowded. The estimat
ed Spanish losses in the war with the tribesmen is 3,000.
WASHINGTON, July 25. Orville Wright surpassed all previous
performances. The preliminary trial will be completed today.
CIIRISTIANIA, July 25. Capain Engelstad who was the com
mander of the ship ''Farm" returning from the Amundsen polar ex
pedition is dead. He was instantly killtd while making meterological
experiments with a kite.
DOVER, J uiy 25. Louis Rlerlog crossed the English channel from
Palais m his monoplian. ( ; .
SAN FRANCISCO, July 25 -The Presidio batteries yesterday
broke the wor'ds record for the coast ;t ct t ' l'-ev Cue From the five inch
guns tea .-ervicc pr. i -niles were fired wi i in
a movi ii i: i ;i ri t a-1 '.' mm red i i i r-
!. :md a bait ininiijes at
DOVE!!. .Iil:' .'5 Il e.'ou, Inaiii i.ii :t. re t.f Inilri-llll hour
on hit tii'Mi'4.-i ii- iii bis flight .-1 1 , - liir cliaiiiiei. I!i eovcied a dis
tance of I'l iniii-s in-.'l minutes. The unniopla nr uas damaged in
HONOLULU, July 2-1 - Perelstrous decided at the last moment
to return to Ru.-sia by itie Tenyo Maru and secure 150 families for
this island. Governor Fre.ir favored his visit to Hawaii.
There may lie a board of plumber examiners appointed. There is
much agitation that way at present.
Lorrin Andrews arrived yesterday.
Louis Kenake is in line for the Postmaster ship of Honolulu.
Governor Frear will not attend the Seattle fair.
WASHINGTON, July 24. Japan is becoming restive under trade
conditions imposed by her treaty with the United States. Recent pro
posed negotiations for the new treaty notwithstanding the present
treaty will expire in two years.
PARIS, July 21 Hriand has announced the personel of his new
PORTSMOUTH, July 24. During naval maneuvers last night
two torpedo boats collided One was badly damaged.
LONDON, July 21. After a trial lasting one hour Dhinagri was
sentenced to death for the murder of Lalcnca.
KOENINGSRURG. July 24. Roger II. Kinfield of Wisconsin, on
his way home from Russia, died today of cholera.
WASHINGTON, July 24 Marquis de Villa Lobos, the new
Spanish minister, has arrived.
MELBOURNE, July 24. Sir Frederick Holder, speaker of the
House of Representatives, died today being fatally striken while pre
siding over a night session.
GALVESTON, July 24. Twenty-three deaths are reported as the
result of the Hood. Fourteen are missing and the loss is estimated at
WASHINGTON, July 24. The appointment of Charles B. Crane
as minister to China has been confirmed.
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