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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APUL 28 1914
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Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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GONSALVES & CO., Lie,
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
If you have Eledtric Current, yet
do not use We&inghouse Ele&ric
Cooking Utensils and Westing
house Mazda Lamps, you don't
find much joy in Work and Life,
The Income Tax Law
Has doubtless become a reality to a
large number of men and women in the
past month than in any time since its en
actment. The last day for filing the tax
returns without loss or penalty has
There are many people who put off
until the last minute or later the doing
of things which are to their own profit.
If you are not yet one of our patrons your
loss though not imposed by law, is no
While our merchandise and service are
up-to-date as we can make them, we con
fess that our business principles are of the
old fashioned variety, which places your
satisfaction above the day's profit.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1.
Monday, April 27.
Honolulu Judge V. J. Robinson has been invited bv ex-Prcsident
Taft to become a member of the American Bar Association. -The
colored janitor of the Citv Hall has been arrested for safe robbery and
has confessed his guilt. Figures prepared show that inimigrantscom
ing to Honolulu since 1905 have cost the Government 5766.00 each.
The contract for the coaling dock at Ptarl Harbor (structural work)
has been let to the Honolulu Planing Mill Co.
OFFERS OF MEDIATION
Washington The Brazilian Ambassador and members of the Ar
gentine and Chilean Embassies yesterday offered to serve as mediators
in the trouble between the United States and Mexico. President Huer-
ta, of Mexico, accepted the offer at once.
Mobs have been stoning the American consulate at Mazatlun.
Instructions have been given to American fleets to protect all
El Paso Rebel Leader General Villa has requested the Americans
to hold Vera Cruz until he can make an advance on the City of Mexico.
Washington Though officials have some hope of satisfactory
settlement with Mexico, preparations for war continue. The Spanish
Minister at Washington has received authentic information that Pres
ident Huerta is willing to treat with the United States through me
diators from South American republics. Americans are being safely
removed from Mexico City and Vera Cruz.
Eagle Pass (Texas) Two ambulances sent from here to Musquiz
to rescue American refugees were mobbed in the streets of Piedras
Negras. Flags were torn from the cars and trampled into the ground
and the drivers ordered to drive back to the United States.
Galveston (Texas) Aviator scouts report that several bridges on
the railroad line to the City of Mexico are burning.
Washington United States regulars have been ordered into the
strik district of Colorado for the purpose of settling the trouble with
Philadelphia President Barr. of fhe Reading Coal & Iron Com
pany, is dead from paralysis,
Saturday, April 25.
JARRETT SUCCEEDS HENRY
Honolulu High Sheriff Win. Henry has resigned and County
Sheriff Jarrett appointed in his place. Harry Holt has been sworn in
as U. S. Marshal, succeeding late E. R. Hendry.
SUGAR ROUTE CHANGED
All Hawaiian sugars have been taken away from the Tehuante-
pec Route. The steamship Nebraskan is bound north from Salina Cruz
AT SEAT OF WAR
Vera Cruz Refugees arriving from City of Mexico report frenzied
mobs passing through streets with rifles and drawing' machine guns.
Statue of George Washington that has stood for many years in the
capitol was pulled down by son of Huerta. Soldiers under orders from
JIuerta seized the American embassy. Another mob tore down and
trampled the American flag. Consul O'Shaughnessy arrived here safely
yesterday, enroute to the United States. Seven Americans and a number
of Englishmen have been placed under arrest by Iluerta's orders. They
were taken from a train, and were supposed to have been removed to
Orizaba. Several English engineers on Mexican Central Railway have
been arrested by Mexican authorities and lodged in jail.
President Huerta has established a strict censorship on all mes
sages going to or being sent from Mexico. Messages in code or cipher
are prohibited, and cable companies are now declining any such.
San Francisco Cruiser St. Louis left Seattle this morning for the
south. Major General Murray has returned hurriedly from inspection
tour and will attend to moving of troops to the front.
Cruiser Maryland sailed for Mexican waters. Monterey cavalry
rushed to border today and First Cavalry started from Yellowstone to
BRYAN GIVES ADVICE
Washington Seceretary Bryan has advised General Carranza,
leader of the Mexican rebels, to reiur.in neutral. It is learned from
Nogales that formal overtures have been made tlu rebels to join the
Mexican government's forces.
Panama Goethels has placed the canal on a war footing, armed
soldiers guarding the locks. Strong anti-American feeling through
out the Canal Zone.
MEXICANS APPLY TORCH
Laredo (Texas) New Laredo, across the border in Mexico, was
burned last night, the result of an orgy of Mexican soldiers, during
the height of which they applied the torch to the American consulate
and a flouring mill, theater and postofflce.
United States Marshal Eugene
R. Hendry died at his home in
Kaimuki, Honolulu, at about 12
o'clock last Wednesday night ot
Blight's disease, following a long
Mr. Hendry was born in Ver
mont 65 years ago, and came to
Hawaii in 1879, since when he
held posts with the Board of
Health, the customs service, the
Pacific Hardware Company and
the Hawaiian Hardware Company,
being the manager of the latter.
He was appointed deputy United
States Marshal August 4. 1900,
and became Marshal September 17,
Deceased was prominent in Ma
sonic and K. of P. circles, and did
conspicuous service for the Repub
lican party at divers periods. He
leaves a son and a daughter, both
of whom are in college in the east.
Marshr.l Hendry visited on Kau
ai, officially and otherwise, many
times and had numerous good
BY REV. SAYLOR
On Friday aftcrnooon at 4:30
the infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick Carter was baptized
at their home by the Reverend
Frank C. Saylor in the presence of
a few intimate friends.
The decorations for the occasion
were simple and effective, the babv
being the recipient of a number of
beautiful bouquets, including roses,
violets and pansies which adorned
the reception rooms, and in addi
tion the archway between the
rcoms were festooned with vines
and white satin ribbons and
interlaced with Shasta daisies.
On one side of this stood the font,
a white draped stand with delicate
vines running over it and sur
mounted by a silver bowl, backed
with the most exquisite lace, bego
nia and maiden hair ferns.
Mrs. Chailie Rice stood god
mother and Miss Elsie Wilcox act
ed proxy for the other godmother
who lives in England. Mr. Craw
ford was the godfather.
The little heroine of the occa
sion, who behaved in a most et
emplary manner, wore a beauti
fully hand embroidered robe i n
which her mother had been bap
tized and round her little neck a
gold locket and chain, the gift of
her godmother, Mrs. Charles Rice.
She was also the recipient of sever
al other beautiful presents.
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Friday, April 24.
General Carranza and his follow -
of $500,000, asked by President,
allowed by Congress Algara
handed passports U. S. marines
ers reported join forces with Huer-, ,.()M Mcxican breastworks three
ta against the United States -Gene-, miles inland from Vera Cruz
ral Villa begins moving troops to y,na expected to reach Juarez to
Jaurez. across the rivet from El Paso, night, garrison nov900 strong
Sugar carrying steamers Coluru-' South Dakota and Maryland or
bian and Nebraskan, the former lcrcd to Mexican waters Admiral
with afullloadofsugarfrom Hawaii-j Doyle leaves Seattle to command
an ports, were seized by Mexicans i Pacific fleet.
in the harbor of Salina Cruz Maasj
moving on Vera Cruz, plans to re
take city. President Wilson says
sovereignty and independence of
Mexican people will be respected.
Huerta and rebel troops reported
unite against United States. Sec
retary McAdoo discussing plans for
revenue. Navy Department plans
seizure of railroads to Mexico City.
Embargo on transporting muni
tions of war across border is re
stored. Anxiety in official Wash
ington for safety of Americans in
Mexico. Four troop trains and
one of horses and munitions mov
ing towards Juarez. --Tehuante-pec
railroad abandoned. A. -II.
line using Balboa-Colon route.
Torpedo boat destroyers ordered
into commission. Appropriation
Thursday, April 23.
German steamer Ypiranga, with
artillery and ammunition for Mexi
can government. seized bv U.S. war
ships Senate endorses stand taken
by President, 72 to 13 Americans
land from warships at Yera Cruz,
having four killed and 30 wound
ed; Mexican loss estimated at 150
Americans occupied Yera Cruz
Ammunition a n u machine guns
being transshipped to Mexico were
seized at Havana-American Consul
O'Shaughnessy arranges to leave
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Late Sugar Estimate
The estimate for the world's
sugar crop for 1913-U14, accord
ing to Willett & Gray, is 18,548,
342 tons, an increase of 373,532
tons over the 1912-1613 crop. In
1912-1913 the total output was 18,
174,810 tons, audi n 1911-1912.
it amounted to 15,887,230 tons.
The estimated cane sugat
crop for 1913-1914 is 9,545,044
tens, against 9,208,746 tons i n
1912-1913. and 9,066.964 tons in
1911-1912. The estimated Cuban
crop this year is placed at 2,500
Got) tons or over one-fourth of the
total cane crop. Cuba's yield in
1912-1913, was 2,428,527 tons,
and in 1 9 i 1 -1 9 1 2 , 1 ,895.948 tons.
The Hawaiian crop is estimated
by the New York experts at 500.
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Hawaii & South Seas Curie
Chicken Stealer Jailed
Ah Chin, a Chinaman who is
belitved to be an old offender, was
before Judge Hofgaard Monday
Washington asks for his own pass
Mexico, and Mexican Minister at j IllornjI1K the cnarBe ol stealing
eight chickens, was found guilty
and senten ed to imprisonment for
a term of one year. The party pur
chasing the chickens from the Pake
will be charged with receiving
J.I. Sliva's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
Bishop & Co.
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Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities (
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Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the follow. rig rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on otlicr islands
receives careful andpfonipt
l stolen goods.