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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1911
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CORNER FORT AND QUEEN. STREETS
GEO, G. GUILD, Vice Pres. and Mr.
WASHINGTON, Aug. t). The following appointments have been
made: LeiRhman ambassador to Berlin, O'Brien transferred from
Japan to Italy, Bryant to Japan, Larz Anderson to Belgium, Jay Rid
ley Carter to Argentina, J. B. Jackson to the Balkans, Arthur Buaupre
to the Netherlands.
WASHINGTON, Aug.. 9 The Conference committee is unable to
break the deadlock in the wool schedule and the farmers free list.
BOSTON, Aug. 9. Senator Frye is dead.
PARIS, Aug. 9. J. W. Gates the Amorican millionaire is dead.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 9. The Senate voted to admit Arizona
and New Mexico to statehood by 53 to 18. It is doubtful if the presi
dent will sign the bill as passed, because of the clause in the constitu
tion of Arizona subjecting the judiciary to the recall.
Excitement in Commons.
LONDON, Aug. 8. Amid scenes of the wildest excitement, the
House of Commons refused to censure the uovernment bv a maioritv
of 110. The motion to censure was made bv Balfour.
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 8. Clara Anita, informer, has reaffirmed
in a sworn statement, that f rivate George Peters i9 a spy in the em
ploy of the Austrian government.
NEW YOTiK" Ana 8 Front Wnloli a Knrlor .mo Ur-..A i
death while attempting to blow open a safe of the Long Dock Mills Co.
Sam Brown, the cashier has confessed he employed Walsh, for the pur
pose of concealing a shortage.
HUNNEWELL, Kan., Aug. 8. Etta Williams, the woman may
or, makes the statement that politics is no joke for a woman. She
has had trouble ever since election, as the council refuses to act with
her. She has applied to the- governor to begin ouster proceedings.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 8. Secretary Knox tendered a banquet to
Admiral Togo last night. A reception followed.
Rioting in New York.
NEW YORK, Aug. 7. Serious rioting by striking street car men
is in progress in Brooklyn. Three car lines to Coney island is tied
up. Efforts to run cars to accommodate the Sunday rush was op
posed by the strikers. Over 1200 police were called out, but they were
unable to prevent violence on the part, of the strikers.
NEW YORK, Aug. 7. An Anchor line steamer has arrived here
with her bows smashed as a result of a collision with an iceberg off
INDIANAPOLIS, Aug. 7. Captain WatFon has asked the de
partment at Washington to order the arrest o Prfvate George Peters
of the Coast Artillery. Captain Watson charges Peters is a spy in the
employ of the Austrian government whose special duty it is to ascertain-information
regarding the manufacture of secret explosives, and
to secure military maps.
HALIFAX; Aug. 7. The British ship Cornwall is stranded on
the shores of Sable Island. No ship once touching these shores ever
escapes as the shifting sands holds her close.
PORT AU PRINCE. Aug. 6. The revolutionary army has en
tered the city and proclaimed Cincinnati Le Contente president. -
Newspaper Man Indicted.
LOS ANGELES, Aug. 5. Proprietor Earl of tlie evening Express,
and Morning Tribune, once friend of Otis, has been indicted ly the
grand jury charged with publishing an intercepted wireless, message in
the Tribune in an attempt to show that Otis dominates thi Herald.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5. AdmiralTigo arrived hers, and was
cheep d on his way to his hotel. He rode in the president's auto.
The Congressional Committee has condemned the- legal kidnap
ping of the McNamaras, and the third degree.
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 5. Cotton fluctuated from 38 to 56 points,
due to the manipulations of a new Clicque. Great excitement prevails.
CHICAGO, Aug. 5. Joseph Vaeck, 17 years old, has been arrest
ed on suspicion of murdering his father. He has confessed.
BERLIN," Aug. 5. -A basis of settlement in the Morroccan dif
ficulty has been reached.
HONOLULU, Aug. 9. Supervising principal McClosky of Hawaii
goes to the mainland to study the school situation. Eugene Horner
will succeed him.
Superintendent of Education, Willis Pope, returned yesterday
with new ideas of education.
George Ewaliko, and two others are practicing peculiar relig ous
rites. They have been jailed. Ewaliko has given up a government
position, disposed of his property, and given the proceeds to others.
If the proposed immigration law becomes affec.tive active Immigra
tion to the islands except as to Russians, will cease.
Mrs. Drier Clark has been granted a divorce.
Breckons left on the Mauna Loa last night destination unknown.
HONOLULU, Aug. 8. There ia no appropriation for a new wharf
at Malaia Bay. It is considered a waste of money to provide for any
extension of the wharf at McGregors.
Manager Bodge of the Bitshop Estate, favors stopping wet farming
about Honolulu. He says it would be better for sanitation.
H. H. Townsend, formerly superintendent of schools here, went
through on the Buford,on a nine months leave of absence.
A. J, Campbell is in London. He will charter a vessel at once.
No appointment will be made to the presidency of the Board of
Health this week.-
The Carter residence has been lorn down to make room for the
extension of Nuuanu Cemetery.
HONOLULU, Aug. 5. The Oahu League beat the Chinese yes
terday 9 to 4.
HONOLULU. Aug. 5. Lowe and Murray are still squabbling
over the road work, and who is to hire and discharge the men.
George R. Carter is among those mentioned to succeed Mott Smith
as President of the Board of Health.
The Kawaiahao Church trustee matter ia still unsettled.
Carl Osb, for a long time in the employ of Benson Smith & Co.,
died yesterday of consumption.
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The following schedule will go into effect 'July 1st, 1911-
This train from Puunene connects with trains leaving Kahului for Wailuku at
3:45 P. M. -
- Kahului Railroad Co.
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD.;
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN, LTD., Line of Sailing Vessels between
San Francisco and Hawaiian Ports;
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SCHEDULE F"OR 1Q11
HONOLULU-K AHULUI-HILO and HAWAIIAN PORTS
KAHULUI Hawaiian Isltinds
Arrive Leave Arrive l.cuvu
Lurline . . '
Hyades . .
Lurline . .
Hyades . .
Lurline . .
Lurline . .
Hyades . .
. May 20
J one I
. f H
June 6 June 8
June 26 June 28
June 23 June 25
July 15 July 17
July 8 July 10
Aug. 6 ' Aug. 9
July 26 July 28
Aug. 9 Aug. 11
Aug. 29 Aug. 30
Aug. 26 Aug. 28
Sept. 18 Sept. 2o
Wilhelmina calls at Honolulu and Hilo.
Lurline calls at Honolulu, Kahului and Port
Honolulan calls at Honolulu, Kaanapali,
Hyades via Puget Sound to Honolulu, Port
No. 2, 1911
Hilonian via Puget Sound to Hono
lulu, Port Allen, Kahului and Hilo.
Enterprise to Hilo direct.
Freight and combustibles only.
Supersedes all Conflicting Schedules.
"Dates for urrival at and departure from Kahului subject to
change without notice."
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