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HONOLULU, June 13. Joe Kalama chauffeur for Sonny Gay was
killed by the machine turning over on him at Waikane yesterday.
The Matson Company contemplates building a new steamer for
this run. v
A Korean has been murdered at Kahuku. No clue.
Washington advices by mail state that the special House commit
tee in investigation of sugar, is developing an interest in Hawaii.
J. F. Gaynor, one of the men sentenced for government frauds, is
here recuperating his health.
Midshipman Center of Hawaii hns been forced to resign from An
napolis on account of defective English,
H. A. Campbell is a passenger on the Sierra.
HONOLULU, June 12. The Hawaiian societies held impressive
services yesterday in honor of Kamehameha.
The Board of Health have announced their intention of enforcing
cleanliness at any cost.
San Francisco papers to hand tell of Kuhio's attacks on Frear.
He desires a broader land policy for Hawaii.
Bids have been called for the Pearl Harbor buildings.
" Stackable says he has no intention of interferiug with the Bailing
of the Mexican from Hilo. .
HONOLULU, June 10. The residence of Mrs. J. B. Atherton at
Pacific Heights was burned to the ground last night. Chief Thurston
was scorched in the fire. The fire was discovered at 1 o'clock this
The Chinese who purchased the Hawaiian girl from her uncle for
a bottle of square face is being hunted by the police.
The Puna forest will be reserved. Logging may continue. The
Board of Agriculture will get revenue from 51 lots, near McBryde
McClusky will continue as Supervising principal of north and
south Hilo. Severance Pomroy and Louis Deyo are named for the
Hilo high school
Death From Storm.
PHILADELPHIA, June 13. An electric storm killed three and
injured many, here yesterday. Wires are down, and many houses
NEWPORT NEWS, June 13. Fifteen are dead, from an .electiic
storm that passed over yesterday. .
ST. PETERSBURG, June 13. An overcrowded ferryboat capsized
on the river Volga today, and thirty were drowned.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 13 Seawell, granted the injunction
asked for by Chief. Seymour, preventing his dismissal.
KANSAS, CITY, June-13. President Long, of the Lumber trust
has been asked to explain the curtailment in the lumber output.
WASHINGTON, June 13. Investigation of the Sugar trust con
tinues, and officials will be asked to explain transactions.
VITA KOBO, Italy, June 14. Gorman Gray, one of the four
American aviators taking part in the Paris to Rome flight, has been
injured in a fall near Rome.
WASHINGTON, June 14. Atkins concedes that a reduction in
the sugar tariff will give cheaper sugar, but at the expense of the beet
sugar growers of America.
SAN DIEGO, June 12. Insurgents have captured the capitol of
the State of Sonora, also the principal seaport.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 12 Coronor Walsh was injured in an
auto accident. The machine going over a bluff in Marin County.
NEW ORLEANS, June 12. Agents from practically all the Cen
tral American Republics are in conference here, preparing for a whole
sale revolution. 1
PITTSBURG, June 12". Six deaths and a number of prostrations
are reported from the heat in this city yesterday A terrific storm fol
lowed, doing much damage.
PHILADELPHIA, June 12. At a meeting of the .Central Labor
Union yesterday, the strike of the Baldwin Locomotive employees was
endorsed. The traction men may go out in sympathy.
China Demands Indemnity.
CITY OF MEXICO, June 10. China has demanded an indemnity
of $12,000,000, aid for the families of those murdered, and an apology
for insult to the flag.
' THE HAGUE, June 10. Carnegie has ewtablised a hro fund of
500,000 florins for Holland. ,
CITY OF MEXICO, June 10. The Madero party has issued an
official call for a conference of delegates, when Madero will be nomi
nated for president.' Little opposition is manifested.
PORTLAND, June 10. A father, mother and two children have
been found murdered. No clue.
LEAVENWORTH, Kansas, June 10. Carrie Nation, the notori
ous temperance advocate and saloon wrecker, is dead.
CHICAGO, June 10. A terrifio hot wave, the third this year, has
struck this city. Hundreds are reported prostrated.
WASHINGTON, June 10. The Senate committee has reported
favorably on allowing American bankers to issue a loan of $10,000,000
WASHINGTON, June 10. The House committee investigating
the sugar trust, have taken up beet sugar, and will serve a combina
tion subpoena on the head of the Mormon church.
Maui Racing Association
Tuesday, July 4, I9fl
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BICYCLE, 1 mile; first $25, second $10.
JAPANESE HORSES, running J milo; first $60,
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HAWAIIAN BRED, running mile; first $200,
FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING,
half mile heats, best 3 in 5; purso $500.
FREE FOR ALL, running 1 mile; purse $750.
PONY RACE FREE FOR ALL, half mile; $125.
II AWN BRED, 1 mile; first $300, second $50.
JAPANESE, run mile; first $75, second $15.
MAIDEN PONIES, Maui Bred, half mile; first
$75, second $25.
HAW'N BRED, mile; first $250, second $50.
FREE FOR ALL, half mile: purse $200.
JAPANESE, I mile; first $130, second $20.
COWBOY, 3 relays pf half mile; first $25,'
. second $10.
GENTLEMEN'S, owner's to ride, half mile,
race horses barred; cup value $25.
MULE RACE, half mile; first $35, second $15.
FaEE 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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