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Mp.xi en Citv President Hucrta. in the face of opposition by Pros
idont Wilson hacked down eotnnlotelv in his plan to place a blockade
around the port at Tampico, and
that nurnose have been recalled.
Washington The government: is much pleased that Hucrta has
changed his plans in regard to a blockade of Tampico, as the prospect
of immediate and serious trouble is therebv averted.
Panama The steamer Alliance, 4,000 tons, passed through the
Gatun Lochs, in the canal, satcly todav in 40 minutes. This is held to
be a highly satisfactory tecord.
N.w YorkOwitiE to Captain
ing sustained a broken nose in practice(reoorted in yesterday's wire
less as a "broken bone,") the first great polo game between England
and America has been postponed to
Madrid Former Presideht
present at the wedding of his son,
which will take place on '1 hursday,
Monday, Jine 8.
Honolulu Sugar: Raws, 3.29: beats, 3.584.
A man named Betittiuger, from Manila, arrested yesterday for
beating his wife, had 12,000 on
police station. He is an employee
The McCarn investigation
Lindsay, cables received Saturday
talked of question. McCarn will
case befoie the grand jury.
james a. Kennedy, president
out for Chief Justice Robertson for
J. Harris Mackenzie bumped into a ear driven by Lieutenant Sears
on Kalakua avenue vesterda , and a child named King in one of the
autos was seriously injured.
Joe Roderigues, of Kuimukt,
piece, struck his wile, after which she attempted suicide.
Washington General Carran.a has refused overtures for an armis
ticc, neither will he consent to discuss internal questions before the
peace convention, except such as may arise as a result of Ameiican
occupation of Vera Cruz.
Niagara Falls The Mexican delegates to the peace convention
are firm in their belief tli.it President Hucrta is sincere in his promise
to retiu from oilice.
City of Mexico President Huerta has officially announced a block
ade of the port of Tampico.
Washington The administration at Washington haw held a hur
ried conference on the above report that Huerta has detei mined to
blockage the port at Tampico. President Wilson strongly resents this
proposed action by the Mexican government, and officials admit that a
crisis has been reached in that precedent does not concede under inter
national law that the Mexican ruler has the right to stop commerce.
Mediation success seems to be blocked for the present on account of
London Su'ffracettes inteifered with services at Westiimuof
yesterday, and at the Church of Oratory. Brompton, in cas'where
they attempted to hold street meetings, they were mobLjfT" t number
of arrests were made by the police. y
nampsieau captain escape, ot
uroKcn .uiuie in uir uuai practice
Lord Wiiibourue niajj trtnTplace iii'the games until he is able to
..f resume rar'iiST4, "
:- Uos Angeles The remains of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson will
be interred by the side of those of her late husband in Samoa, is the
announcement now given out.
Saturday, June 6. '
SuganRaws, 3.29; beets, 3.57.
Honolulu A Russian, desperate from hunger, robbed a store and
after a chase was arrested, fought the officers but was locked up.
Former Senator W. C. Achi will contest in the courts the right
of Representative Julius W Asch to hold the office of deputy sheriff
of the City and County of Honolulu,
While attempting to get out of the way of a taxi at the comer
of Wilder avenue and Kewalb street. Spencer Bowen's auto, filled with
ladies, was overturned, but fortunately no one was seriously hurt.
Tom Quinii, one of Honolulu's best known auto drivers, knock
ed down and killed an eleven - year old girl, while he was bringing a
load of passengers tc town from Waipahu.
Merle M, Johnson, treasurer of H. F, Wichinanu & Co.. has
been appointed a member of the board of immigration and labor.
Johnson is a Democrat.
Mail advices from Washington state that there is nothing doing
in the way of Federal appointments for Hawaii for the present. Mc
Carn case is also in abeyance.
Vera Cruz Since General Funston has occupied Vera Cruz, con
ditions have been greatly bettered, except as to the cost of living. He
has appointed a commission to inquire into the cause of higher' prices
on the necessaries of life. Since the occupancy, there has been a
decidedly better feeling between Mexicans and Americans.
Niagara Falls The peace delegates held no session yesterday, the
convention members devoting the time to developing peace plans.
No definite word has yet been received from Carranza.
Washington The America;! schooner "Sunshine", from Galves
ton, landed ammunition here rodayfor use of the Constitutionalists at
Tampico, without interference from the United States forces. Silliman
had xr, long conference with Secretary Uryan and John Lind today. Re
sults not given out.
Tepico (Mexico) Spaniards in this section have been compelled
to loan the Mexican government a half million dollars gold.
Vancouver Hindus ordered deported from this place have gone
on a hunger strike Acting on orders from the Ottawa authorities, no
attempt has been made to forcibly feed them.
Mother Jones, the agitatoress, will be permitted to enter Canada.
Washington Senator Reed, of Missouri, in a fiery speech on floor
of Senate today defended the legislative policv of the Wilson adminis
tration, and denounced the calamity howlers. He scored the president
of the General Motors Company, who had charged Congress with be
ing responsible for the present business depression. Senator Town
send, of Michigan, answered and said the country was suffering from
too much speculative legislation.
San Francisco Action for divorce has been instituted by Mrs
Thomas Jaggar, Ir , wife of the noted geologist in charge of the Ki
lauea observatory on the island of Hawaii,
London A bomb evidently made bv nn mn.ntimr t i
Dunhope Castle, Dundee, this morning.
., M,ary Blomfield, daughter of Lady Mary Ulomfield, has been
identified as the sufiragettee who created the recent excitement -it
Derby (England) Breadsol church, with many relics of the Nor
man conquest, was destroyed by fire yesterday, believed to have been
the work of suffragettes.
San Francisco Borax" Smith
.,,.1 ,.Uit,.i uuid, tu.incii uy .tii juigusu syiuucate.
Larchmont The schooner "Defiance", thenew cup defender
London Sir Thomas Liptou is much pleased with the appear
ance of the new Shamrock, which will race with the "Defiance" for
the Ameiica cup.
Florence. Italy Peruquiz, the Italian who stole the Mona I tsa
has been sentenced to prison for a year and fifteen days, '
V.- Nielsville Residents of the country through which the Black
river pass.es an? ueeiug tor tneir lives, owing to a sudden rise of watei
following the great storm of Thurulav.
Sau Francisco -The submarine fktt of five divers will leave here
shortly for Honolulu.
Chicago Adlai Stevenson, vice president with the late president
Grover Cleveland, is reported to be seriously ill.
the two gunboats ordered there for
Cheape, of the British team, hav
Roosevelt arrived here today to be.
Kennit, to Miss Belle Willard.
his person when searched at the
of the headqtiarter's department. V.
case has been turned over to Judge
from Washington settling the much
not talk. Lindsay will conduce the
or tue i. i. s. im. lo., lias come
delegate to Congress.
following a dispute over a $20 gold
me jyai-- .i,: 10 team suffered a
OUM43 A lv, w..,,ii n;-,..i,;ni.
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received four million dollars
Full supply for the Carpenter, Blacksmith, Plumber, Saddler,
Harnessinaker, Shoemaker, Etc.
Hainmets, Hatchets, Squares, Bevels, Braces, Hits, Hack Saw,
Pliers, Clamps, Wrenches.
PLANES IN ALL STYLES
Disston Saws, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26 and
Vises, Drnw Gauges, Leather Knives, Edge Trimmers, Stitch
Gauges, Compasses, Washer Cutters, Etc. Etc.
Honolulu Music CommnYu.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
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Fort and Merchant Sts. - - Honolulu
THEY ARE HERE!
big and Complete Line of the Celebrated
For men jil"t arrived. Call at once anil hv them. Tliev are beauties.
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KEKftHA AND KOLOA
The game of basketball played
Saturday aft ernoon between the
rival teams of Koloa and Kekaha
resulted in victory tor the latter by j
a score of 6 to 5.
This ties the games of the series,
the Koloas having won the one
played on the 30th. ult., 13 to 8.
One game more will have to be
played to decide the championship.
This will be arranged for the near
future at either Eleele or Waimea I
These games have attracted quite '
large crowds and have been much j
enjoyed Good natured rivalry 1
between the teams is quite keen. 1
Dealers everywhere. Ask
our nearest agency about de
livery in bulk.
The Ou Club held a meeting
Thursday evening at the residence
of the retiring president, Miss Lu
lu Weber, at which new officers
were elected and a lot of routine
business transacted. Miss Purvis
was chosen president fur the new
term, succeeding Mips Weber and
S E. Ilanuestad was elected sec
retary and treasurer.
Minor amendments to the finan
cial and other reports and routine
business took up considerable time
of the evening.
The new president will appoint
the various committees and an
nounce them shortly.
In Thk Circuit Count oi Tin
Fn'Tii Circuit, Tkkkitoky
At Chambers In Probate
"In the Matter of the Estate of
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration.
On reading and filing the Peti
tion of the Onoinea Sugar Com
pany, of Onoinea, Hawaii, T. H.,
creditor of the deceased, alleginr
that Kamaliiwahine of Koloa, Ka
uai, T. H.,dicd intestate at Koloa,
aforesaid on the 30th. day of April.
A. D. 1912, leaving property in
the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, and pray ,
ing that Letters of Administration
issue to some fit and proper per
It is ordered that Saturday, the
11th. dav of July A. D. 1914, at
11 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said Pe
tition in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihuc, Kauai, at which
tiW and place all persons coneern-
el nia appear and show cause, if
any thev have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihuc, Kauai. June 5,
(Sgd) Lyu; A. DiCKiiv,
Judge of the Circuit Couit of the
Fifth Circuit. ,
(Seal) D. Wm. Dkax,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit. y
Carl S.Carlsmith and S. E. Han-
nestad, Attorney, for Petitioner.
.Notice-is-hereby iriveu that -I
have scM my interest in the Pang
Him Restaurant, at Koloa, and
will shortly leave for China. Per
sons having claims against me will
please present the same at once, as
claims after June 25th, cannot be
allowed. Persons indebted to me
are requested t o call and settle
prior to June 25, 191 4.
Koloa, Kauai. Tune 3. 1914.
(June 9 and 16)
The issuance of Hawaiian Birth
Certificates under the provisions
of Act 95, S. L. 1911, has been
discontinued. Due notice will be
given before the issuance of these
certificates is resumed.
Honolulu, May 23, 1914.
Wade Warren Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
4t. May 29-June 2-9-16.
Sealed Tenders will be received
by the Superintendent of Public
Works up until 12 noon of Mon
day, June 22, 1914, for furnishing
and delivering materials for a
through bridge, and for the cou
sti notion of a ro.ulway and erec
tion of a bridge for the Kapaa
Hoiiii .t' ad road, ("first series).
Count of Kauai.
I he Superintendent of Public
Work re-servos the right to reject
any o: all tenders
P:.;iis. specifications and blank
forms f.f prop s 1 are on file in
the odice o'' the Superintendent of
Pui ic W i , Capitol Building,
Ho 'dub, ...id with J. II. Moragne,
Li'.ile, 1': n ii.
J. W. Caldwell, (S)
Superiut. nleut of Public Works.
Honolulu. .May 29. 1911.
I :ie 'lr.,il" inaik of u Kino Shoe"
not only satisfy every re
quirement as to style, but
are superlatively the right
shoe for Comfort.
Fur yU'ii, Women, and Children
REGAL SHOE STORE
In Lihue Social HaH
Saturday Evening, June 13.
Beginning at 8 o'clock
For the Benefit of Lihuc
& & &
FINE ORCHESTRAL SPE
CIALTIES GRAND VOCAL PRO
GRAM SIDE SPLITTING MINS
Tickets on sale by Committees
Remember the date and place'
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
and other ?pi-''til
ttttiUii;; Iron l; oS
culmtnrs ami Jlrooile
King's Si'kciai. Ch
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser-
1 ""-i "us provuieu 11 1111 1
self with a big -"J
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
Kapaia Auto Stand
Rates and Caret
The Board of I license Commis
sioners for the Countv.of. Kauai'
will Hold a meelingiir the Cwiinty
iJiuiiiiiig on lliursday, lune 25th.
1914, at ten o'clock A. M. to con
sider the application of Fernandes
ami bou.a tor a reneu'Mi nf rlu
Whole-sale License now held by
them to sell intoxicating liquors at
Kaoaia. Krinni mwli r
ITions of Act 119. Session laws of
All protests oro! jcctioi.s against
the issuance of a license under
said application shculd 1 filed
with the secretan of tl e- Board
not later than the time set for r.aid
W. I). Mciikvph,
Secretary Board of License Com
missioners. (4ts May 26 June 2-9-16
NOTICE TO CREDITOR
All creditors o f the estate of
William Hastie,- deceased, a r e
hereby notified to present thair
claims duly authoiticated. and
with proper vouches, if any exist,
even though the said claims be
secured bv mortgage or otherwise,
to me at Eleele. Kauai, within six
months from date, or they will be
Eleele Kauai, May 15th, 1914.
Mary Jane Hastie, Adminis
1 v y , i n