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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1911
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HONOLULU, June 24. Ex-Gov. Fort of New Jersey addressed
the citizens at the Commercial Club yesterday, on-good government.
Robert William Holt charges Harry Armitage with fraud in con
nection with the management of the estate.
It is believed that tbe Kaimnki observatory has been struck by
An uncorroborated rumor comes from Hilo that Superintendent
Pope will resign and remain on the coast.
HONOLULU, June 26. Eddy Scheiber an apprentice at the Ho
nolulu Iron Works was drowned yesterday, when Mclnerney's Sea
Wren, which he was sailing, capsized.
Over 8000 loads of rubbish were parted away on cleanup day. The
work will be 6nished today.
The aviators tried to get away on the Marama Saturday and fail
ed because Scully put in a claim against them
The British Cruisers Kent and Challenger are due today.
All Hawaii beat the Japanese Athletic Club ot baseball yesterday
by a pcore of 8 to 4, winning the championship of Oahu.
HONOLULU, June 27. The Japanese send thanks to the people
of Hawaii for contributions to the flood sufferers.
Henry Maine formerly of Hilo, has been arrested for stealing the
locks from the doors of the opera house.
Officer Kama is held for the grand jury on the charge of conceal
George Lowe hae been arrested for threatening to kill a witness
in this case. .
The governor states that no difficuhy will be encountered in the
payment of teachers salaries.
HONOLULU, June 28. Lieut. Sol Fouter of the 5th Cavalry
was thrown from his horse and probably fatally injured.
A Hawaiian is dead as a result of an orgie. A deputy Sheriff is
said to have been a partner in the Spree
Fred A Parrett and Dr. Shepherd arrived yesterday to make a
study of volcanos. They will live at the crater.
Smuggler Howard yesterday took the poor debtor's oath. He wa8
not r leased from prison.
HONOLULU , June 29. Kuhio has introduced an immigration
bill in Congress.
Many Japanese and Hawaiiitna are carrying back articles taken
from them on Cleanup day.
Squatters from the Cholera infected district along the beach are
returning. They were driven from their shacks during the Cholera
The Merchants Association have decided not to acceed to the San
Francisco Chamber of Commerce request in the matter of coastwise
The liquor licenses of Lovejoy & Co , and four others are held in
abeyance by the commissioners.
Bids have been asked for the new judii iary building.
French Cabinet Resigns.
PARIS, June 24. Half Premier Monis cabinet were defeated by
a vote of want of confidence in the Chamber of Deputies yesterday.
They have resigned. j .
IQU1QUE, Peru, June 24. A cyclone did. much damage to the
shipping in the harbor here yesterday.
HOMADAH, Arabia. June 24. Rebels defeated the troops under
Ali Pasha here, killing over 100. t
WASHINGTON, June 24. Ex-Gov. Cutter of Utah, testified be
fore tbe committee yesterday, that Havermeyer was never elected an
officer of the Utah-Idaho Sugar Co. Thirty per cent of the stock was
owned by Mormons.
LONDON, June 24. Sir Edward Grey entertained at a great
dinner at the foreign office today. The .royal family, and special
representntives of the nations were guests.
WASHINGTON, June 24. Democrats favor the Reciprocity
agieement as it came from the House. This was decided at a confer
ence yesterday. Those present agreed to vote accordingly.
VALPARAISO, June 26. Friday last a hurricane Bwept over the
harbor of Iquique. Many vessels were sunk and over 200 drowned.
Torrential rains have continued since.
MEMPHIS. June 26. Seventeen persons were killed by the
exploding of the boilers on the Steamer St. Joseph City yesterday.
SAN FRANCISCO, June )&. The question of calling a strike t.f
teamsters was discussed at the union meeting yesterday. Finil action
was postponed one week.
LONDON, June 26. Catholics took part in the coronation services
of King George. This has not occured before in 200 years. This fact
is inters ting all England.
KANSAS CITY, Juue 26. A hot wave has shattered all records
in this city. Many prostrations.
WASHINGTON, June 27. J. D. Spreckels declared to the comjt
tee that the removal of the tariff on sugar would ruin tbe beet sugar
industry in the United States. He created a sensation by saying if
the tariff was left alone, California would grow enough beets to supply
the United States with beet sugar.
POUT ARTHUR, Texas, June 27.
fire today, and 12 others were injured.
WASHINGTON, June 27. The Root amendment to the Re
ciprbcity bill has been rejected by the Senate.
SAN DIEGO, June 27. Three persons were seriously injured by
back fire explosion on the torpedo boat Pike.
ELKINS, Pa., June 27. A race war broke,out here yesterday
Four Italians were fatalft wounded.
WASHINGTON, June 27. Samuel Gompers and John Mitchell
have been ordered to answer for contempt before the district Supreme
WASHINGTON, June 28 This city was visited by a most severe
huil and rain storm. Congress was forced to adjourn on account of
the severity of the storm.
The direct election of senators was rejected by the House, and is
now in the conference committee.
Objection by La Follette prevented the adoption of a resolution to
vote on Reciprocity July 24th.
The Senate has asked President Tuft for information regarding an
alleged attempt to monopolize the water front at Controller buy,
The State department has recommended dismissal of the Consul
general at Calcutta for misappropriation of funds. '
-Two men lost their lives in a
Three oil barges were destroy
Maui Racing Association
Tuesday, July 4, 1911
BICYCLE, 1 mile; first $25, second $10.
JAPAN ESE HORSES, running milel first $ GO,
second $15. , '
HAWAIIAN BRED, running mile; first $200,
FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING,
half mile heats, best 3 in 6; purse $500.
FREE FOR ALL, running 1 mile; purse $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.
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 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.
F.vEE FOR ALL, mile; purse $250.
Height of Ponie in race 6th free for all. not to exceed 1 4 hands 3 inches.
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