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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1614
Continued from page 1.
-Strikers announce that all arms have been sun-end-
Indianapolis A national strike is Uneateiied unless some amicable
ending is made of the Colorado strike.
Valparaiso, Chile Fire lastnight destroyed a large portion of busi
ness section. Fifty persons dead.
Washington President Wilson has announced that the Clavlou
antitrust matter, stock securities and rural credit bills will be consi
dctcd by Congress before adjoin ment in July.
The President has named Richard Olney as governor of the Fe
deral reserve board, Other members arc: Marrburg, of New York;
Harry Wheeler, of Chicago: Harding, of Birmingham, Ala.; C. A.
Miller, of San Francisco.
Monday, May 4.
SiiRar:Raws, 3.04; beets, 3,536
Honolulu The Supreme Court will take action in the McCarn
Thielen case toda .
Sister Elizabeth, of the Catholic convent, died today, aged 3S.
Eighty one signed the roll of C. H. Brown's new Moose lodge,
which will take the place of SUO, disbanded by national lodge ordcis.
Mexico City Telegraphic reports received here from Manzauillo
on the west coast, state that the Mexican steamship Luell.i was sunk
ill that harbor yesterday by the explosion of a mine which had been
laid to destroy the United Slates cruiser Raleigh. No loss of life men
tiontd in the report.
Washington Despatches received from General Fuuslon regarding
the Mexican situation caused long conferences between Secretary of
War Garrison and Major General Weathersporn yesterday. Fuuston
has asked for immediate instructions in regard to certain action he
wishes to t a k e. Mexicans demanded surrender of Major Russell,
commanding U. S. outposts, yesterday, and when refused they began
firing on the Americans, without damage.
Vera Cruz-Rumors are persistent that President Huerta will re
tire if assured of safe convoy to some port and placed on a foreign
Bodies of seventeen sailors and marines recently killed in opera
tions around Vera Cruz were shipped north in the battleship Montana
Et Paso General Carrauza has refused to accept the suggestions
of mediators to cease war on the Huerta government.
Mexico Cit Casusus, former .Mexican ambassador to the United
States, has been returned to Washington on a secret mission.
New York General Sickels, one of the last great leaders of the
Civil War. died here today.
Trinidad, Colorado Major llolbrook, commanding Federal
troops in tne strike zone, has placed an embargo on the importation of
anus and ammunition into the State, and has also closed all saloons in
Saturday, May 2.
Sugar Raws advanced from 3,01 to 3.04; beets, advanced to 3.55-.
NEW HONOLULU POSTMASTER
Honolulu Young, the South Carolina man selected bv Postmaster
General Burleson to be postmaster at Honolulu, was today confirmed.
The new man is already an inspector in the postal service.
Marshall, the independent bidder, has received the contract for
finishing the Hilo breakwater.
A report that the big steamer Siberia had sunk off the coast of
Formosa was set at rest today by news of the safe arrival of the lintr
HENRY AIMS LOWER
It is announced that former High Sheriff Win. Henry may be a
candidate for country sheriff at the next election.
A court martial has been ordered to try colored soldiers charged
with conspiracy to do up white soldiers during Carnival Week. Thir
teen negroes have been arrested on this charge. It is claimed that eight
assaults, as a resulf of this conspiracy, actually took place.
Washington The proposed million dollar increase in the cost of
Pearl Harbor plans was defeated in Congress today on a technicality.
--Orders to quadruple the Federal cavalry in Colorado were issued
yesterday this on account of the strike troubles in that zone. Major
llolbrook has asked for more troops with which to handle the strike
DOWN IN MEXICO
Fighting continues at Mazatlan between tne Federals and Con
stitutionalists (lebels,) U. S. Consul Canada reports that 1500 Ameri
cans are unable to leave Mexico owing to the disrupted state ot the
railway lines. The Mexican steamer Luella has been burned at Man
zauillo. General Carrauza has telegraphed his refusal to establish neu
tral zone in district where oil wells are located.
El Paso It is reported that the Federals have evacuated Saltillo
and have retired to San Luis Potoso.
San Diego- The German steamer Maria arrived here this morn
ing with 259 iefugees. They report that they had been chased from
the protection of the British consulate at Colima. They als" brought
the report that the Governor of the state from which they came had
made violent speeches and urged war and the extermination of Ame
City Of Mexico Foreign Minister Rogas and the under secretary
resigned from the Huerta cabinet when a proposal was rejected that
an attempt be made to conciliate the Washington nut horities and
bring about a peaceful settlement of the pending difficulties. Dr. Ed
ward Ryan has been given his freedom.
Continued from page 1
Makaweli vs. I.ihue, at Makawcli
Kilauea vs. Koloa, at Kilauea
Lihue vs. McBryde, at Lihue
Koloa vs. K. A C, at Koloa
August 9 "
MoBryde vs. Kilauea, at McBryde
K. A. V.. vs. Makaweli. at Kapaa
Makaweli vs. Koloa, at Makaweli
Kilauea vs. Lihue, at Kilauea
toloa. at Lihue
McBryde v. K. A. C. at McBryde
M.ikiweli . . Ki.attea.at Makaweli
It will be iic ted tli.it no games
ore scheduled 1 .'tween June 2S and
July 12. The snr: thus allowed
will bt filled on the Fourth of Mdv
by tii - Vl-Sti'de-ila num. of Ho
nolulu ;.!.'yii'.L- the h..nipijns of
the firt s '.v toil. - in- it up
with a g.uue in widen the will
r u n up against a Kauai team.
August 3o u j.s rakiiliUiil tu give
the teams a rest, and it is figured
that any ties that may crop up will
be played off Septenber 6 and 13.
Clem Akiua reported progress
for the Umpire Committee, stating
that nothing definite had really
been done. During the discussion
it was moved and
carried that the !
umpiring lie b2.50 per;
game, and that umpires be given
transportation when found desir.
able. Mr. Sanborn was suaested
as sort of umpire in-chief, but no
u.,e KmiKu io ,,.ive ciennite mtor-
uj.iuuij -.is to wneiner or not he
would serve. Finally the whole
matter was left to the Committee
ou Umpires, with full power to
supply during the season.
PRIZES ARE ACCEPTED
The letter of Messrs. Theo. H,
Davis, & Company, referred to
elsewhere in this paper, offering
three prizes to be competed for this
year, together with the answer ac
cepting the same, by President
Baldwin-were and, a;,d the ae.ioii
taken bv Mr. Baldwin was approv
ed by un-iiiimoiH vote.
REACH ! SPALDING
The question of the official ball
Lawn Mowers, 1 4
Lawn Mowers, 1 4
Garden Hose (Rubber)
braided, 4.00 for 25
braided, 7.50 for 50
"ProspecT, 3-4 in., 3
"Prospedt", 3-4 in., 3
"Prospetf", 1-2 in., 4.00
Sprinklers in all sizes and
While on the subject of
Home-Buving. why not
MA UI WINE
From the Kaupakalua Wiuety
Its a' Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuaiui Street
of the season came up, and C. B.
Gray submitted, without recom
mendation one wav or the other,
correspondence had with him bv
Messrs. Fernandez & Sou, of Ho
nolulu, respecting the new D. M.
ball, which was claimed to be as
good as the standard league ball
and considerably cheaper.
was a great deal of discussion of
this matter, but a motion, bv Mr.
R. L. Hughes, to the effect that
the Reach and Spaulding be de
clared the official balls of the year
passed by unanimous vote.
The matter of extending an in
vitation to the All-Stuctenls team to
come over tor the pioposed Fouith
of July games came up for final ac
tion. Answering a question of the
President, the Finance Committee
replied that it would be well able
to take care of the item of expense.
It was thereupon voted that the
President extend the invitation.
The chair appointed Messrs. Wish
ard, Glnisyer and Gray a com
mittee on entertainment of the
team while here.
The picked team which will
play the visitors will be selected
by and be in charge of W. F. .San
born. NO BETTING ALLOWED
D. K. Hayselden brought up the
subject of members of teams betting
on games in which they are ex
pected to play, strongly condemn
ing the practice. He concludedby
moving that any member betting
on a league game in which he may
be expected to appear be barred
from playing during the rest of
the season. Seconded by Mr.
Hughes and carried. It was sug
gested that this motion be incor
porated permanently in the Con
stitution And By-Laws, whereupon
Mr. Ilayseldon gave notice of his
intention to introduce it at the
next meeting as an amendment to
THE KILAUEA TEAM
The somewhat unusual nroblem
f ffnncnnffittn' tin k ill linn tfnm
fnn.;,, tn ,iictorPi iv.ns Mt tr the
The meeting as a whole was
very successful, ami all of the re-
t-iiTt:iiit -itii.c loft it- ffjf-1iim Hint n
nX0:it excellent start had been made.
A gang of about twenty Filipino
laborers had a big row in the Fili
pino camp at Lawai about 7
o'clock Sunday n i g h t, during
which one of the men badly slash
ed another in the hand with a cane
knife. The assailant was traced by
the police, and estcrdav afier
iioon was arrested at Eleele and
brought back to the Koloa jail.
J.I. Sliva's Kittle store handles
the Liuiuui New Zealand butter.
Your Lawn I
- ply, 2.75 for 25 feet
- ply, 5.00 for 50 feet
for 50 feet
Young People's Party
Miss Dora Broadbent was the
hostess of a young people's party
and dance Saturday evening.
Those present (all of v lirm had a
jolly, good time) were: Misses
Edith Rice, Juliette Rice, Mildred
Hogg, Martha Wolteis, Thelma
Hopper and the hostess; Masters
Homer Lydgate, Mortimer Lyd-
gate, George Hogg, Harrison Rice,
Paul Rice, Willie Wolters.
NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL
PROPERTY FOR DELINQU
lo E. J, Morgan, and to all to
whom it may concern:
I, J. K. Farley, Tax Assessor
Fourth Division, County of Kauai
, !. . e r t .
i erruory oi iiawr.n, nereny give
notice that I will, in pursuance of
the provision of Section 1266A of
the Revised Laws of Hawaii, upon
tlielirst day ot luiic 1914, at 10
o'clock a. in. in front of the Court
House at Kapaa, Kauai, sell all
the right, title and interest of E.
J. Morgan in and to the property
hereinafter described, a t public
auction to the highest bidder for
cash to satisfy the lien for taxes
thereon, together with interest,
penalties and costs, as lollows:
Tax assessed upon the following
real property as of January 1, 1913;
Tax rate .0116.
Kapaa iown Lot 4, Block F, Land
Grant 5152 with buildings and
Advertising Costs 6.50
Together with the costs and ex
penses of this sale. The land to be
sold is situated at Kapaa, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, des
cribed in Land Grant 5152.
E. J. Morgan, the person assess
ed as the owner of said property
and from whom the taxes aforesaid
are due, and all other persons hav
ing any interest in the above des
cribed property, are hereby warn
ed mat unless the toregoiug taxes
with all interest, penalties, costs,
expenses and charges are paid be
fore the tune herein specified for
the sale thereof, the property here
in advertised for sale will lie sold
Dated a t Koloa, Kauai, this
22ud. day of April 1914.
J. K. Fakj.hv.
Tax Assessor, Fourth Division."
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I.Silva, Eleele. Advt.
To avoid collissions, either be
tween themselves or with a wagon
J also on the road, two autos swerv
ed to the sides into embankments
I near Camp Four store, Makawcli,
; Sunday, both breaking front tires,
One of the machines was driven
by Joe Aki, the driver of the other
could not be learned.
George Keikilawe, for a long
time police officer at Koloa, has
been discharged by orders of
Sheriff Rice and his place filled by
James Maunakea. Inattention to
duty is the reason assigned for the
dismissal of Keikilawe.
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned will be at the places
and at the times named below for
the purpose of registering persons
who h ive not yet registered as
voteis of the County of Kauai nei
and who will apply to the under
signed for registration as such vo
ters. Notice is also given that the vo
ters who have changed their resi
dences iiom one precinct to an
other wtthin this County after their
registration will have to register
tin as such voters in the Gener
al Count Register under the pto-
:r precinct before the close of the
said General County Register, to-
wit: ten (10) days before the next
'rimr.rv Election which will be
held on the second Saturday of
September next, and after the said
e c o 11 d Saturday of September
mil the close of the said General
County Register towit: at midnight
nimediatelv preceding the 14th dav
of October next before the next
General Election which will be
held 011 the 3rd day of November
Notice is further given that all
persons applying for registration
us vo'ers who are citizens of the
United States of America and of
the Territory of Hawaii nei by
virtue of having obtained natiiral-
zatiou papers to produce said na
turalization papers for otherwise
their applications will be refused.
This will be strictly enforced.
Tuesday, Mav 19, 1914. 9 A. M.
-12 m, at Hanalei Court House.
Tuesday, May 19, 1914. 2:10-
5 p. m. at the Office of the Kilauea
Sugar Plantation at Kilauea.
Wednesday May 20, 1914. 10 A.
M.-5 p. m. At Kealia Store.
Thursday, May 21. 1914. 10 a.
M.-5 p. m. At Kapaa Court House.
Friday, May 22, 1914. 2:30 p.
M.-5 p. m. at office of the Hana-
niaulu Sugar Plantation, Hanania-
Monday May 25, 1914 1:30 p.
M.-5 p. m. at Grove Farm office.
Monday, June 22, 1914. 10a. m.
-5p. si. at the Koloa Court House.
Tuesday, June 23, 1914. 9:30
12 m. at Homestead Store, Kalaheo.
Tuesday June 23, 1914. 1:30-5
p. m. at McBryde Sugar Co's.
Wednesday, June 24, 1914. 10
A. M.-5 p 31. at Eleele Hall.
Thursday, June 25, 1914, 10 a.
31 -5 p. 31. at Makaweli Social Hall.
Friday June 26, 1914. 10 A. 31.
-5 p. 31. at Plantation Office, Ke
kaha. Saturday June 27, 1914. 10 A,
31. -4 p. 31. at Waimea Court House.
Notice is also further given that
on all legal business days other
than the above dates and during
business hours the undersigned
will be at his office in Lihue to re
gister those who will apply for re
gistration as voters.
J. Mahiai Kaneafcua
Cottntv Clerk, County of Kauai
April 27th., 1914.
111 the mails between Eleele
Kauai, and Honolulu, Bishop &
company's savings Bank book
No. 3714, in the name of J. C.
Mourn. Finder will please re
turn to . Bishop & Co., Honolulu,
J. C. Moug.
esale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
jj CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
I LIMITED. 1
0 Dealers in 1
1 Hay, Gkain and Chickun 1
B SlTPPLIliS. I
5 Sole Agents for
. Iiitfnuitii.mil St.k. Poultry Food ft
u mill othor Mniin1firi. A. .i.s f.. H
cooling Trim Km. fn. IVtuluma In- fl
culmtors and Uroolirn.
Kino's Sphciai. Chick Food A
p- O- Box 452, Honolulu!
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and lias provided him- I
sdf with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
c r.j 3HX2 a
White Wings Scap
I Pau Ka Haiia Seap
Bar Soap 4
Japan Seed Rice
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
& ji &
F, I Waldron, Ltd. 5
The Homestead band gave an
open air concert at Kalaheo Sun
day afternoon. z
The marriage of Miss Mary Ta-
vares to Mr. Joe Freitas took place
at the Kalaheo churoli 1ni Rnt r.
day evening. After the ceremoiiy
, iu int: X1UII1C OI IUM
bride where a wedding dinner was
served to relatives and friends
Another wedding took nlacc
Sunday niornintr at thp (nM,ni
church, at Kalaheo, the contract
ing parties being Mr. A. Rita and
Miss Madeline Souza. A luncheon
was served at the home of the
bride which was largely attended,
Perhaps the biggest feature of
the week in social affairs was the
wedding of Mr. Fuyimoto to Miss
Yasu lunula, at Brydeswood.
Nearly all people of every national
ity in the neighborhood were invit
ed to attend. The wedding dinner
was served in Japanese, Chinese,
Hawaiian, American and English
styles to the many quests present.
McBrydes AH Rig
The McBryde basebair're
Btilnrs" had a stin go with a mix
ed nine on the Eleele diamond
Sunday afternoon, and came out
first best to the tune of 5 to 2.
Joe Aka pitchwl for the "regulars"
and Ireneo Akana for the victims.
spanieling, the regulars" short.
. was ill and could not appear
i his team.
A concert will be given by the
I uanu 111 dilute park Saturday even
Hug, beginning at 7:30.