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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911
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' HONOLULU, June 6. Cause of mysterious burglaries that have
recently taken place here was discovered in the person of a Territorial
prisoner who slipped off from a chain gang.
Chris Snyder brought back from the Coast on charge of smuggling,
was acquitted by directed verdict yesterday. Howard, row serving
out sentence, is the man who had been with Snyder, saying that he
brought opium from the Manchuria and Snyder knew nothing about
it. The other defendant will probably be released today. Kana and
Lowe under arrest. Ludneck committed to grand jury. May be more
arrests made in Hilo.
Airships will not fly over Kilauea.
Japanese are ready to buy all the cotton raiaed in Hawaii. Mit
sui Co., of Japan, is behind the enterprise.
Cox will be retained at Kalihi waena School and a new man from
the Coast will have the Hilo High School. An industrial school will
be established in Honolulu.
Book of pardons, showing Cummins to have been freed of charge
of conspiracy after the trial and administration of guilt, were intro
duced in Court yesterday.
HONOLULU, June 5. Robert Forest appointed tax assessor to
Hanalei will be the storm center for health inspectors when
clean-up day arrives.
Dr. Clark reports labor shortage on Kauai.
Japanese trusty in jail for attempted murder of a family, walked
out of jail Saturday and visited the home of his intended . victims but
found them absent. He left a note, telling nf his intention to murder
School Commissioners ask that more attention be given to the
three U's and not so much to flimsy work, Kalihi-waena School un
der investigation today.
HONOLULI?, June 3. Frear answers criticism in the matter of
Hemen way's trip to the Coast . He says that it is economical.
Building ordinance is hit by owners of real estate who may want
to build some day.
. A woman passenger from Shanghai, red light, on Tenyo Maru
drunk, while joy riding lost money and diamonds.
Joseph Simon Defeated.
PORTLAND, June 6. A. G. Rushlight elected Mayor,- defeating
Joseph Simon, Democrat.
MEXICO CITY, June 6 Plan-" for a great reception to Madero
are on the way.
CUERNAVACO, June 6 Daring a reception to Madero yesterday
rebels were barred from entering the city.
ROSS, June 6. Thirteen riders on a new motor fire truck were
turned over yesterday and Rev. Marrick was killed. Party composed
entirely of ministers.
HAVANA, June 6. P.umping around coffer dam around the
COUNCIL BLUFFS, June 6. W. R. Greene, re-elected to Con
gress, on account of opposition to reciprocity treaty held a low vote.
Gov. Wilson Against Bryan.
WASHINGTON, June 5. Wilson, Governor of New Jersey, takes
a stand against Bryan on the question of free wool. He praises Cana
YOSEMITE June 5. Six horses dragged a stage down one of the
roads and, turning a sharp curve, the Btage upset. R. S. Lincinring
of Allentown, was killed. Ten of the tourists were severely injured
PEABODY, Mass., June 5 rPennsylvania University won the
first balloon race ever attempted. Dartmouth and Williams followed
in the order named. .
SALT LAKE CITY, June 5. While celebrating a betrothal with
a launch party boat capsized and the lovers were drowned linked in
each other's arms. Six of the party of ten drowned.
HAVANA, June 5. Diaz and family left here yesterday for
TORREON, June 5. Madero was welcomed here yesterday in
royal style. I
MEXICO CITY, June 5. Martinas has been appointed Minister
to the U. S. The present ambassador will leave for London.
MEXICO CITY, June 5. Reyes reached Vera Cruz yesterday.
More Dynamite Found.
JAUREZ, June 3. During a grand ball given here a discovery
was made of a quantity of dynamite stored away under a builbing
This was to have been exploded with the object of killing over 500
MEXICO CITY, June 3. General elections are called for October
15th, when a successor to Diaz will be chosen. - Plots are numerous
SAN FRANCISCO, June 3 Treasury Department supports Col
lector of Ports confirming the fines imposed, namely $8,000 for Ameri
ca Maru and $15,000 for Saunders of the Manchuria for carrying
opium. The inside of Manchuria almost wrecked in the search. Sey
mour a second time suspected. He has secured a writ of probation
and refuses to give up. D. A. White, appointed acting chief, as made
individual attempts to secure possession. Commissioner Sullivan has
resigned. " '
WASHINGTON, June 3. Taft directs Secretary Knox to refuse
to comply with demand , for House Committee probing expenditures.
WASHINGTON, June 3 Official testimony given before the House
Investigation Committee by Geary, steel, trustee, regarding acquisition
of Tennessee Coal & Iron Co. Geary said the Company was acquired
at figure by an excess of value to avoid financial calamity. Proposal
for purchase was submitted to Roosevelt and Root. Transaction seem
ingly approved. No interference by Government anticipated. Frick,
the third on examination, filed his documentary evidence to prove this
interview. Geary told Committee the Company would welcome con
trol by Government.
Maui Racing Association
Tuesday, July 4, 1911
No. 1 1.
BICYCLE, 1 mile; first $25, second $10.
JAPANESE HORSES, running mile; first $G0,
HAWAIIAN BRED, running mile; first $200,
FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING,
half mile heats, best 3 in 5; purse $500. 0
FREE FOR ALL, running 1 mile; purso $750.
PONY RACE FREE FOR ALL, half mile; $125.
IIAW'N BRED, 1 mile; first $300, second $50.
JAPANESE, run mile; first $75, second $15.
MAIDEN PONIES, Maui Bred, half mile; first
$75, second $25.
IIAW'N BRED, mile; first $250, second $50.
FREE FOR ALL, half mile: purse $200.
JAPANESE, I mile; first $130, second $20.
COWBOY, 3 relays of half mile; first $25,
GENTLEMEN'S, owner's to ride, half mile,
race horses barred; cup value $25.
MULE RACE, half mile; first $35, second $15.
FiiEE FOR ALL, mile; purse $250.
Height of Ponies in race 6th free (or all, not to exceed 1 4 hands 3 inches.
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