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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1914
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, June 5. Alexander Lindsay, Jr., believed selected
as prosecutor Jeff McCain for assault on McBride.
Ralph llosiner will become member of faculty of Cornell Unher
sity, as bead of forestry department.
Turnout at various republican precinct meetings last night, fairly
Correspondence from Pacbeco to Governor published this morn
ing. Bristling with generalities and calling Governor down for fail
ure to appoint democrats to olhce.
Information received yesterday indicates wish of government at
Washington that Knrly the leper who invaded vice President's home
be Bent to Molokai.
Oscar P. Cox announces candidacy for sheriff.
V. A. Wall denies rumor he has been offered position County
Capt. Weisbarth and party of four leave for Gilbert Islands in
28-foot boat at noon today.
HONOLULU, June 4. Pncheco's speech in Supervisors' meeting
that he had a capable successor to Whitehouse seems to have been a
bluff. Desire to play politics prompted hui to offer place to V. A.
Wall who made the pay so big that it could not be paid yesterday.
Star Bulletin publi.-hed story that J. P. Taylor had heen appointed,
but as yet no successor to Whitehouse has been found.
Private (Juiglry struck- by auto in Kalihi this morning. Injuries
Governor and party barely missed auto collision on Koolau side
of Island Tuesday.
Civil Service Commission holds up appointments made by Sheriff
L. L. McCandlcss comes out in support of fight against tubercu
Punahou base ball team will play Keios despite A. A. U. rules.
HONOLULU, June 3. Commission approved plans Panama Fair
Twelve members 25th Infantry courtniartialed for conspiracy
against white soldiers during Carnival week, were convicted and sen
tenced to 10 years in Leavenworth prison.
Fifty-four case;, 32 deaths, "white plague'' during May
Korean killer of wife convicted sentenced 20 years.
Governor admits cabling to Washington regarding one particular
appointment, but declines to say which. Supposed to relate to Charlie
Kamahu succeeds N'eilsen as captain police.
Efforts to be mads to get appropriation for Kalihi harbor exten
sion. City badly iu need of room.
Sugar stocks showed upward tendency except Brewer & Co., which
dropped to $212.,r0. Uaw'n Commercial sold for .1527 25. St. Goar
writes that sugar tariff will probably be put back.
Kuhio has information that government will take Irwin site for
federal building, and pay back money donated for street opening past
Second bill board company may not materialize. Webster, leadet
u scheme has withdrawn, owing to opposition by Outdoor Circle.
HONOLULU, June 1. Charges filed against McBride in Supreme
Court paving way for disbarment. Handed to Attorney General Stain
back for investigation, relative to McCain incident and affidavits in
Jack O'Brien shot by Hawkins died of wound Sunday morning.
New equipment for Oahu foot soldiers has arrived. Adopted by
War Department after long experiment.
Japanese ask admission to new Chamber of Commerce.
Business men declare recent gathering in of water and sewer de
partment by County done for political reasons.
Asahi team beat Keios yesterday 0 to 1. Large attendance.
Senator Chas. Mice declares himself candidate to succeed Kuhio
as delegate to Congress.
Police presented Jarrett with silver service.
CHICAGO, June 5. Freak weather throughout ail northern
states yesterday, llepons of unusual conditions made by every
weather bureau trom Pennsylvania to Pacilic.
M'AV YOBK, June 5. Chester Duissa, has been ordered incar
cerated Matteawan Asylum for murder of father.
CHICAGO, June 4. Tveitinoe and Houlihan get new trial.
Barnhardt goes to jail for 1 year. Complicity in McN'amara dyna
SAN 1'UANCISCO, June 4. Geo. H. Luchsinger, president,
Humboldt Savings Bank, committed suicide yesterday. Financial
worries. Kun on bank started immediately.
SALT LAKE CI IT, J une 4. Woodward Duke, son millionaire
tobacconist, drowned here yesterday in crossing mountain stream.
Auto turned over Imrying him in water.
MONTKEAL, June 4. Lord Mersey has been appointed to repre
sent British Admiralty in Empress of Ireland investigation.
NEW VOUK.June 4. American Seamen's Friend once more
proves itself a benefactor to sailors by donating 50 new loan libraries
lor ue seamen around globe.
WASHINGTON, June 4. Senate Committee on Foreign rela
lions has adopted resolution directing President Wilson to open nego
tiations with England relative to Canal tolls.
Spanish representative to U.S. uppealed to government for i ro
tection of Spaniards against forced loans at Tampico.
NIAGARA FALLS. June 4. Mediation conferences are at stand
still, awaiting reply from Carranza. Mediators believe he will accede
to proposal and will send representatives.
NlAGAltA FALLS, June 3. Huerta is preparing to resign a
provisional president of Mexico. Authorized representatives to an
nounce this yesterday. Note has been sent Carranza to know if con
fctitutionalists are willing to discuss internal as well as international
armistice with federals.
WASHINGTON, June 3. Steamer Seyo Maru returned without
A watchman in Department of Agriculture confessed placing
dynamite under building in hope of getting promotion by "discover
Thaw case has reached Supreme Court against return to Mat
Alleged leper who made escape from I'ort Townsend quarantine
station registered at fashionable hotel here and endeavored to force
entrance to home of Vice-President Marshall.
Three men on cruiser Salem scalded by exploding boiler tube.
Constitutionalists representatives here say will have nothing to
do with anything coming from Huerta side
ALBANY, June 3. Unanimous opinion Court of Appeals up
holds decision removal of Sulzer.
TBENTON, N. J., June 3. Federal Court here has issued order
dissolving thread trust.
NEW YOBK, June 3. Steamer Antilla cleared for Tampico
with ammunition and aeroplanes.
LOS ANGELES, June 3. City thrown open to Japanese cruisers.
Freedom given officers and crew.
BED BLUFF, Cal., June 3. U. S. forest supervisor reports activ
ities of Mt. Lassen, is geyser action caused by rapidly melting snow
pouring into fissures of crater.
FORT BAYAPvD, N. M., June 3. Capt. Walkup killed here yes
terday by lightning. Was in auto with three others.
LOS ANGELES, June 2. supreme Court rules that Presiden
Tuft had no right to withdraw lands from entry .Nearly 3,000,000 acres
oil lands. This is favorable to Honolulu Consolidated Oil Company.
BEDDING, June 2. Ml. Lassen, an extinct volcano near here is
blowing out steam and heat according to reports by forest rangers. Is
located in Sierra Nevada range.
LONDON, June 5. Militants in Court Costume appear at IJuck-
inghnm get by guards and reach king. Great excitement. All arrested
TOKIO. June 5. Great storm swept portion of Japan yesterday
Many fishermen believed lost.
PORTSMOUTH, Eng., June 5. Two Army officers when attempt
ing to fly over Southamton yesterday, drowned.
EL PASO, June 5. Recent victories have so puffed up Carranza
that he decides not to reply to questions from Niagara Falls.
DURANGO, June 4. Rebel general Guiterez said to have out
witted Maas and bottled latter.
CITY OF MEXICO, June 4. Huerta has ordered blockade of
TOKIO, June 4. Eki Hioki, today appointed minister to China
MAZATLAN, June 4. Federal Governor has beeun negotiations
or the return of captured sugar,
LONDON, June 4. Sylvia Pankhurst stated at suffragette meet
ing last night that she will lie en steps of house of parliament without
food or water until Asquith consents to receive a deputation. A me
dical officer at Ilolloway jail, horse-whipped by a suffragette yester
day. At Dore' Gallery, one woman wielded hatchet at guard when he
attempted ejection for destroying priceless painting.
QUEBEC, June 3. Total deaths from wreck of Empress of Ire
land now 1024.
VANCOUVER, June 3. Three hundred seventy-six Hindoos
were returned to India on Komagata Maru, which brought them from
MAZATLAN, June 3. Smallpox has broken out at Culicnn
DURANGO, June 3. Carranza received advices of three rebel
MAZATLAN, June 1. Constitutionalist army has caused water
famine in city, by cutting off entire supply from mountains.
DURANGO, June 1. Carranza declared yesterday the ports of
Tampico, Tuxpan, and Matamoras open to world's commerce.
McCarn will have to go. Temperamentally unfit for position. Grand
Jury will take up case this morning.
QUEBEC, June 1. Heights of city thronged with people yester
day when the Lady Gray brought in 388 bodies. Was escorted by
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BY COUNTY CLERK.
CONCERNING ERASURE OF NAMES OP ELECTORS.
T., nn.,mi!nnM uiih tlin nrovisions of Section G, of Act G8, Session
Laws of 1911, as amended by Section 2, of Act 10f), Session Laws of
1911, and any other law or laws of the Territory of Hawaii, onabling me
so to do, notice is hereby given that, unless good cause is shown for not
so doing, it is my intention, on Saturday, June 20th. 1911, to erase from
the General (Official) Register of Electors for the County of Maui, tho
names and signatures of the electors herembelow mentioned tor the
reasons hereinbelow given:
Precincts Reasons tor Erasure
Death, and Removal,
Kauwenaole Wni K
Kaba Peter K
Kaiwipuiiukea J M
Kaaiawaliia Jno K
Ralston Jno S
Recard J W
Weymouth A B
Bailey Wm K
Hose Alex B
Knoger Chas "
Kaio John "
Kinilau K "
Knimitia Geo "
Kaluna Moses Waikapu
Lunch u Liwai Wailuku
Mahial A "
Mahi Laukua "
Manase II "
Naone A B "
Penhallow De Blois P "
Silva John Waikapu
Vivas J M Wailuku
Waikaloa W K "
Kawailohe James "
Koua Viela "
Birch II N
Keawe Wm K
Loinio N ,
Kamaka J P
Stender A K
Sui) the Kike
Kuloloia Aipalena 10th
Peck P F
Lima J B
Kebemia G P
Wittrock W F
Kaaikala S P
Mia A K
Maikai P K
Bright J M 31
Pankberg A "
Devauchellc E K "
Kspinda Jos A "
Gill W. A
Hale K P
Hennessey Jas M "
Hetining Louis "
Heleikalani Wm '
Hussey Abr "
Hutchison A K
Kaneawohia A P "
Kaheaku Noa "
Kahahawai Jo9 "
Kahaulelio 1) K "
Kahinu Jas "
Kalalubi Jno '
Kalaluhi Moses K "
Kalaui Jno "
Kamp I) M K
Kaubaabaa M "
Kanpuiki M "
Kapule Jno "
Kauhaihao A B "
Kaulmiie Aki '
Kauwenaole S "
Kennedy Jas "
King J L "
Pai Henry "
Raymond G S "
Robinson EC "
Taylor Jacob "
rack Hoi Wong "
Young Pin "
Akmla L) M
Boote W R
Branco W A F
Church Robt B
Clark C C
Copeland C E
Kaia Geo K
Krueger Ed Jr
Machudo J M
Mossman W L
Maximin E J
Meyers C E
Moto II M
Philips Jos N
Scboening C M
Server W E
Short Wm S
Stevenson V L
Trevenen II C
Voellei F C
Waiwaiole Jno II
Watson E A
Wright Geo Scott
Waiwaiole Jos K
Booth F N
Judd H P
Kellett E J
North C W
Saudstedt C E
Vida H C
Williams J N S
Thomas B II
Nao A P
Kaaikala 1) S
Furcell H G
Andersen W A
McKeuzie J II
Kealoha C L
Kekipi J E
May 23, 30, June G, 13, 1911.
Kauimakaole G W
Kemohe B A
McKeuzie J F
Papalimu J L
Steffeu J V F
. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, of the County of Maui.
A. . IBriutr,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Office at Wailuku Hotel,
James C. Toss, Jr.,