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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNK 13, 1914.
Telegraph News of the Week
HONOLULU, Juno 12. Staekable summarily removed. Says lie
will go to oflice today and perform duties as usual, Raymer llarpe
Mjijiointeil to position temporarily.
Cyrus Green, applicant for U. S. marshalship arrested for blind
pigjjinj;, denies allegation.
University of California 2, Hawaii 0. Attendance 5000.
Dime made new record for 410 yards, but lost to Grace in 50.
Pageant at Waikiki big success. Day was world beater for
attractions well carried out.
Iii'lieved that new citizen Japanese and Chinese will be factors in
results of next election.
Attorney Murphy leaves for Washington by Ventura to present
case against Kingsbury.
McCain will be arraigned today. Federal grand jury may take
np ease Monday.
HONOLULU, June 11. McCarn indicted by grand jury, for as
sault with weapon dangerous to life. Cable messages to judges rela
tive to his administration received but put under cover.
Another injunction puts crimp in Kewalo reclamation work.
Staekable refuses to resign.
Roth English newspaper? will buck Knhio's nomination and
election on score of inattention to duties.
Outdoor League appeals to Chamber of Commerce for moral sup
port to do away with bill-board nuisance.
Supervisor Hardest may be next to suffer probe.
Civil Service Commission opposes action Sheriff Hose in making
appointments, and Hose tells them to go as far as they like his men
HONOLULU, June 10. Judge Kingsbury under fire account of
failure to issue mittimus hi case of woman sentenced to jail and for
drawing on appropriation for what appear to be charges of a personal
nature. Mandamus issued. Case will probed by supreme court.
Staekable asked by MeAdoo, by cable for resignation forthwith.
Fern failed to name new County engineer last night. Win, A.
Wall seems likely man when time comes.
Judge Wilder returned yesterday. Says will be no hurry in
making federal appointments for Hawaii.
Hidalgo shareholders to meet Monday. Want to be shown why
they should pungle up more money.
Governor will aek for another bond issue of $1,500,000. Wilson
will be asked to approve.
A. A. Wilson, ordered to make temporary repairs to McGregor's
Landing. Leaves for Maui today. Inter-Island will not sell trans
portation to that port until repairs are made.
Contract for new Kihei wharf goes to Wilson.
New suit brought against city for Kewalo reclamation.
HONOLULU, June 9. Tom Quiun exonerated from blame for
killing little girl at Waipahu by running over with machine.
Pinectar Company selling ranch property in order to get rid of
expense. Will continue manufacture of product.
Lindsay took oath of oflice and will b.egin McCarn investigation
Two men under arrest for sending obscene telephone messages.
Captured by McDuflie. Been at game for several months.
California ball team expected today.
Washington papers contain vague information relative to leasing
California lands. Presumably will effect Consolidated which sus
pended dividends on account of Church bill requiring purchasers of oil
to pay percentage to government. Is rumored that Lakeview No. 2,
struck gusher, worth $55,000 per day.
Fern and supervisors hui, who would use road money for political
purposes have experienced change of heart and will name city and
county engineer to go ahead with work.
Directory shows Honolulu population to be 04,198, Territory,
209,130. Oahu, 92,352.
Frank Gomes, bought government 15-year lease to 1200 acres
land Kealakehe for $401 per year.
E. H. Wodehouse bought for Ilamakua Mill Co., 5-year leases
amounting to 100.0S2 acres, at Hauola, for $911.
Conkling will criminally prosecute Win. Savidge who gave mar
riage license, and Rev. W. D. Westervelt, who married Mrs. Eleanor
Langton and Mr. Hoyle, in May last year, for failure to report to
bureau of vital statistics, according to law.
HONOLULU, June 8 Man named Deuttinger, of quarter
master's department, Manila, arrested at Manoa, Saturday night for
beating wife. Had over $12,000 on person. Released Sunday in time
to take Siberia for ('oast. Wife went on transport.
McCarn case in hands of Lindsay for investigation. Cable re
ceived Saturday by attorney settles matter. Prosecutor McCarn has
nothing to say. Lindsay will conduct case before grand jury.
J. A. Kennedy wants Robertson for delegate.
J. Harris McKenzie bumped into auto driven by Lt. Sears. Child
in car seriously hurt.
Joe Kodrignes, of Kaimuki, struck wife in dispute over $20 piece.
Woman attempted suicide.
WASHINGTON, June 12. Secretary Lane has approved Maps of
lletch Iletehy Reservoir site.
ISy vole 50 to 35 Canal tolls bill passed Senate and goes to Ilouse
Has already passed House but Senate amendments are to bo voted
NIAGAKA FALLS, June 12. Mediators announce substantial
agreement as to transfer authority, City of Mexico. Exact machinery
not yet devised.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 12. Forest Supervisor Rushing returned
from Mt. Lassen. Says so-called activity was result of water reaching
chemicals causing steam and resultant explosion. Boulders weighing
tons, tossed up, No molten material and no indication of fire.
SANDY HOOK, June 12. Yacht Resolute won yesterday, but
Vanitie showed good qualities. Defiance did not take part.
PORTLAND, Ore., June 12. Four baloons are entered for com.
WASHINGTON, June ll. Funston wires that Constitutionalists
are menacing railroad from Mexico City to Vera Cruz. Number of
steel bridges along line and destruction one of them would put road
out of commission. Purpose of Rebels to block possible escape of
Nine democrats united yesterday in voting against Simmons
Noi ris amendments to Canal tolls bill.
Steamer Antilla enroute to Tampico, with arms and ammunition
for rebels, will not be interfered with by U. S. forc?s.
House of Representatives will consider prohibition measures
NIAGARA FALLS, June 11. Americans in conference yesterday
insisted that successor to Huerta shall be Constitutionalist. Mediators
wish neutral president.
NEW YORK, June 11. Yacht Resolute again winner. Accident
to Defiance prevented favorable showing.
George W. Perkins denounced by Moose followers. His corpora
tion affiliations would be bad for Progressive parly.
Eight lives lost yesterday in tenement house tiro.
HAMPSTEAI), June 11. American polo team played final prac
tise game yesterday, winning 11 to 3.
CHICAGO, June 11. Twelve deaths from heat yesterday.
NIAGARA FALLS, June 10. President Wilson notified mediat
ors he is unwilling to accept proposition that a provisional president
bo named by Huerta. Such action could be construed ns recognition
of latter. This government will not ask indemnity for death of Amer
ican soldiers or for great expense of army and navy in- occupation of
NEW YORK, June 10. Cup defenders Reliance, Resolute, and
Vanitie, have tryout today.
ISritish poloists played and defeated mixed team. Were in excel
lent form. Meet American team Saturday. '
WASHINGTON, June 10. Revenue Cutter Bear dispatched to
Wrangel to succor whaling crew of the Karluk who went across island
Orders by President shorten working hours federal employes on
Saturday to 4 hours, between June and September 15.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 10 Robert J. Sproull, named cashier
University of California.
Naval officials here declare that Stanford modifications of original
dry dock, Pearl Harbor, adopted. Work to begin within 3 weeks.
CHICAGO, June 10. Three deaths from heat prostration yes
terday. Adlai Stevenson, ex-vice president, dying. '
Schumann-Ilpiiik granted divorce.
REDDING, Cal., June 10. Volcano at Lassen peak, throwing
steam and ashes 1000 feet high.
BOGOTA, June 10. Congress of Colombia, has ratified treaty
with U. S.
WASHINGTON, June 9. Admiral Badger telegraphed yesterday
that Mexican gunboats had left port of Tampico in afternoon. Huerta
has decided not to blockade that port. President and cabinet pleased.
Representative Britten, introduced bill making it penal offense
for Cabinet officers, heads or clerks of any department, to lecture for
pay, other than actual hotel and traveling expenses. Slap at Bryan's
NIAGARA FALLS, June 9. Mediators apparently through with
Carranza. They announce that they will make public all correspon
dence passing between them aifd constitutional general.
RED BLUFF, CaL, June 9. Mount Lassen reported la-t night
to be emitting fire and steam.
PANAMA, June 9. 4000-ton steamer ''Alliance'' passed through
Gatun lock yesterday in 40 minutes.
WASHINGTON, June 7. Carranza refuses armistice. Neither
will he consent to discuss internal questions, except those arising
through occupation Vera Cruz by Americans.
NIAGARA FALLS, June 7. Mexican delegates firm in belief
that Huerta is sincere in promise to retire.
Administration at Washington, holds hurried conference regard
ing expressed determination of Huerta to blockade TampicD. Wilson
resents proposed action. Officials admit crisis has been reached in
that President does not concede under international law that Mexican
ruler has right to stop commerce. Mediation success blocked for
EL PASO, June 12. Border customs men instructed today to use
extreme care in preventing passage arms and ammunition into Mexi
co. Believed to be new turn in mediation affairs, Niagara Falls.
SALTILLO, Juno 12. Carranza reply to note from mediators
says he will at once send representatives to partake in conference.
LONDON, June 12. In speech House of Commons, McKennasaid
he hoped means will be found to bring suit against those contributing
funds for militancy. Would make pay for great damage done. "Let
them die" policy will not work. Great coronation stone scene of
attack yesterday. Damage slight. Lord Cecil declares condition is
Announcement of Col. Roosevelt's engagements in England are
withheld for fear suffragettes will cause trouble.
MADRID, June 12. Kermit Roosevelt and bride are off to south
ern Spain on honeymoon.
SALTILIO, June 11. Rebel forces now assaulting Zacatacas
Federals in retreat.
MADRID, June 11. Kermit Roosevelt married today to daughter
of Ambassador Willard.
LONDON, June 11. Sylvia Pankhurst at head of large crowd of
women, on way to meet Asquith, was arrested ajid jailed, and follow
SOUTHAMPTON, Juno 10. Shajnrock IV has given satisfaction
to Sir Thomas Lipton. Experts who saw her race with older Shamrock
say she did well.
BIRMINGHAM, June 10. Suffragettes destroyed famous Romney
painting, portrait of a boy, with butcher's cleaver yesterday.
MADRID, June 10. Roosevelt guest of king and queen at summer
MAZATLAN, June 9. 200 starving women followed carriage of
federal governor and begged him to surrender city to rebels. Scenes
MADRID, Spain, June 9. Roosevelt arrived yesterday.
HEMPSTEAD, June 9. Polo match postponed one week, account
accident to Capt. Pease.
Teliiiihono 1141 Wulluliu. Maui, T. II. P. O. Ikix 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
BY COUNTY CLERK.
CONCERNING ERASURE OF NAMES OH ELECTORS.
In compliance with the provisions of Section C, of Act C8, Session
Laws of 1911, as amended by Section 2, of Act 10.r), Session Laws of
1911, and any other law or laws of the Territory of Hawaii, enabling mo
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. 1914, to erase from
the General (Official) Register of Electors for the County of Maui, the
names and signatures of the electors hereinbelow mentioned for the
reasons hereinbelow given:
Names Precincts Reiser. tor Erasure urjut I M vl
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Kahakauila P ' " Hennessey Jas M "
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Kekai Halii " " Heleikaam Wm '
Kaha Peter K " " Hussey Abr " !'
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Kaiwipunakca J M " " Kaaeawohia A P
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Ralston Jno b Kalalulii Moses K "
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Weymouth AH " Kauhaahaa M
Kaaiamajoe 4th " Kaopuiki M " '
Kaanapali Kapule Jno
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KnogerChas " " KnackstedtChas
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Kinilau K .. ... Raymond GS "
KnimiuaGeo " " Robinson E C " "
Kiowai " " . Taylor Jacob
Kahlua Moses Waikapu " White Geo " "
Luaeliu Liwai Wailuku " Pack Hoi Wong " "
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KamakaJP Kahului " Stevenson V L " "
Slender A K " " Treveuen II C
Brown Sam 9U1 " Voellet F C
Ulupalakua William Henry "
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Hokoaua Ben " " Hurst 1) "
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NehemiaGP " Makawao
Nailiili J " " Kealoha C I, 10th
Wittrock W F " " Keokea
Kaaikala SP 19th " Kekipt J E 12th
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Pukoo lopa K 16th
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WM. F. KAAE,
County Clerk, of the County of Maui.
May 23, 30, June G, 13, 1911.
A. E. UrmwSS James C. Toss, Jr.,
Civil Engineer and Surveyor. Architect,
office at Wailuku Hotel, fe Contractor
Wailuku, Maui. Wailuku :-: - Maui