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THE ,OAftbK ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1614
DAILY WIRELESS NEW!
Continued from page 1.
Honolulu Malcolm Arcvle Franklin is the name of
collector of customs at Honolulu. He is from Mississippi.
Monday, June 15.
Sugar: Raws, 3.39; beets. 3.553.
Honolulu The baseball games in the big series yesterday result
ed as follows: Asahis, 2, Californias, 6. St. Louis, 5, California. 10.
Very large attendance at games.
lack Roberts, the center of a sensational divorce suit in the
court, who disanocared suddenly with his child, has been located at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lucas.
Elk's Flag Day, observed yesterday, was a great success.
Two hundred thousand bags ot sugar await shipment on the
island of Kauai. (This sounds like "news from home" - Ed. Onr. Isl.)
On account of private donations sufficient to send an independ
ent delegation, the Hut Nnlus have declined to join the Healanis in
s-ending a combined swimming bunch to the Coast, and will send own
An unknown man tried to steal the funds of the Phoenix Lodge
last night, but attempt was frustrated bv the steward, who fired four
shots. A lead pipe and soldier's hat furnish a clue.
(More Kauni news) Charlie Rice, of Kauai, says he is in the
fight for delegateship to stay to the end.
Alexander Desha has been arrested for beating up David Shaw,
a diminutive chap who interfered when Desha was chastising Shaw's
Redding, Cul. Flames, boulders and poisonous gases, together
with volcanic ashes, are being belched from three craters of Mt
Lassen. Of one investigating party venturing near the scene, seven
have been reported injured, one of the number going insane from the
shock and wounds, received in stopping flving boulders. Supervisor
Rushing, of the Forest Reserve staff, was among those injured.
Nome, Alaska The steamers Senator and Victoria, after success
ully navigating the frozen north, reached safe anchorage here yester-
New York With gaping hole in her side, the steamer New York
put into port yesterday with everybody safe on board. She had been
'.unined during a dense fog by the steamer Pretoria, four hundred
miles east o f Ambrose Light.
Mazatlan Admiral Howard has been notified of the safe arrival
in the City of Mexico of the Japanese minister, Adachi, who had
i timed back after an unsuccessful attempt to reach Manzanillo by rail
(leneral Obrenon gave Adachi safe conduct through rebel territory,
Niagara Falls There will be a temporary halt in the proceedings
of the mediators, pending arrival of representatives of the Mexican
Constitutional forces. Tentative plans for establishing piovisional
government in Mexico has not yet been given out, but it is believed
that the American representatives will strongly oppose Huerta an
nouncing the results of the conference and turning over the govern
ment to his successor.
Butte, Montana Serious labor troubles threatened here.
Washington Rear Admiral Fletcher will be recommended to suc
ceed Admiral Badger, soon to retire.
Saturday, June 13.
Sugar: Raws, 3.39; beets, 3.553.
IIoii&Uu Honolulu will send a mixed swimming team tojlc
coast for the'Htrth of July races. In the try - out Duke Kalj.j'oj-j,
and Cunha werestfcePte or tne teiini without further, fffcTl
The ',8th. niuerv. stations; Honolulu, have
...,-Weiri.t'"ctor S1WC. U.n full charoc of Cm!
ile. and our children get wtc.MW
le and we Have no . iWKiium is worKing on pians to issue ine new ria
but "if- rvrus'in small denominations.
The grand jury has failed to find true bills against Tom Quinn,
chauffeur, accused of running down and killing a little girl with an
automobile, or of Clement
Rev. T. Mori, of California, who made violent love to Alice
Lorrin Andrews, daughter of the late Sheriff Lorrin Andrews, of Ha
waii, and was scorned by her, is a returning passenger to the Orient
bv the Shinyo Maru. Miss Andrews is now a teacher in Alaska.
The Supreme Court will likely ignore the charges of Attorney
Eugene Murphy against Judge Kingsbury, of Maui,
Sheriff Rose declares that he will not recognize the Civil Service
commission in the matter of his selection of men to work under him.
The Governor will not appoint a successor to Supervisor Kealo
ha of Hawaii.
Niagara Falls The delegates representing the Huerta government
signed the first protocol yesterday. The mediators are encouraged
over the progress now being made, and it is believed that the provi
sional government will be lecognized by the United States. Unless
Carranza agrees to armistice, he will not be allowed representation.
Tatnpico Ammunition has been landed at Tampico for the rebel
forces. Two aeroplanes are among the cargo.
San Francisco Geo. Petrocelli, purser of the steamer Korea, is to
many the daughter of the American consul at Tepachila, Mexico.
Troon, Scotland Ouiinet is playing great golf here and will prob
:i'ily make the score necessary to qualify for the team in the great
c lining contest.
San Francisco Captain Harris, of the South Seas trading schoo
ii ;r Haiti, has been arrested here for trying to smuggle $2,000 worth
i i pearls into the country,
New York Although still suffering from broken nose. Captain
Tlieape will play in the England vs, American polo game today. The
English team seems confident of victory.
London Official despatches from Greece report a large number
of Turkish troops, armed with machine guns, attacking the Greek
t nvii Airialik. A massacre of the population of 25,000 is feared.
Athens The Premier stated before the Chamber of Deputies today
that lurkey's ill - treatment of Greeks makes war inevitable
San Francisco The submarine flotilla will start in August for Ho
nolulu. Chicago Four Lorrimer banks, with an aggregate capital of $6,
1 10,000 were yesterday ordered closed by the State authorities.
Seattle Edward Cheasty, haberdasher, fell from tenth story of
b lilding and was instantly killed,
Honolulu It is found that Secretary Thayer appointed a man in
ector of elections on Maui who has bren dead a year.
Quart, 60 cents,
Pint, 30 do.
Half Pint, 15 do.
Take a carton home with you
Half Pint, .30,
Our Service Is Absolutely Sanitary
Honolulu Music Company,
Ili . &J
Home of Che Ajjiouimril)
88 KING STREEfSIIJJJr5 HONOLULUJ.H.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Jbtdr
buys and sells
REAL ESTAfif and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents AFK DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort ayd -Merchant Sts.
won trophies for &lle best results in shooti;" mov;jj ta
men are said to bE anions : the best m;ffksinen iu the w
Iimberlake, formeff'V of Fort RitcA i,as been orderju-
THEY ARE HERE!
llig anil C ' " Line of tlie, Cylishrrited '
9!f'!iirriV(Mr Call at once and we them. Thev arc beauties.
SILVA'S EL E ELE STORE
In Tim Circuit Court ov Tiil?
Fifth Circuit, Turritory
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 Onomea Sugar Com
pany, of Onomea, Hawaii, T. H.,
creditor of the deceased, alleging
that Kamaliiwahine of Koloa, Ka
uai, T. H.,died 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
son. 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 Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all personsjeoncern-
cd mav appear and show 'cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, June 5,
(Sgd) Lylb A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) D. Wm. Dban.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Carl aitaWirWS. E. Han
ncsTacl, Attorney, for Petitioner.
American's Lose Polo
Kekaha Girls Lose
In the international champion
ship polo contests, the British team
look the first game on Saturday,
coring 8 1-2 to 3. The British
ere penalized one and half and
Ihi Americans one point. Thet
next game was to have taken place
tit Meadowbrook this
In Thu Circuit Court of The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
In the matter of the drawing of
names of persons to serve as Grand
Jur rs and Trial Jurors at the July
Order fixing time and place of
flfiTni'tifTi' .....1 ,11..,
J ... ttn .inn mi cuiuig publica
tion of notice thereof.
j eby ordered that draw-
ngs of the names of the persons to
serve as Grand and Trial Jurors at
the July Term 1914 of this Court
be held at 9:00 o'clock A. M. on
Thursday, June 25th, 1914. in the
Court' Room of this Court in the
County Building at Lihue, County
Dated, Lihue, Kauai. June 9th.
Sdg. Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
rSgd. D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
June 16th - 23rd.
CupjtiiM Hilt Sctutfncr & Mux
lilva's Toggery, Ld. j
!The Store for Good Clothes"
In the final contest between the
Kekaha and Koloa basketball
teams, ulayed off at Eleele last Sa
turday afternoon, the latter won
bv a score of 9 to 2 As a result
the Kekahas will give a dance in
thtir town hall Friday evening in
(Tuesday) I N-oioa team, to wnicn i
I teachers, children of the schools j
aim many outers nave neen niviieu.
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
Wholesale and Retail Grocericx
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
mid other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoofs. IVtulmi,,.
culmtors and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts oL
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
Kapaia Auto Stafel
Reasonable Rates and Care
'The Trade-ninrk of a Fine Shoe"
Notice is hereby given that I
have sold my interest in the Patio
Him Restaurant, at Koloa, and
will shortly leave for China. Per
sons Having claims against uie w 11
please present the same at once, as
claims after June 25th, cannot be
allow id. Persons indebted tome
are mi nested to call and settle
prior to June 25, 191 4.
Koloa, Kauai, June 3, 1914.
(June 9 and 16)
Miss Virgie Silva, who has ben
uinporatilY employed in the post-'
office atWainiea, will leave on Sat-!
j-rdav for Honolulu to attend the
Slimmer School and will likely be,
Miss Noble Coming
Miss Jov Noble, a well known
and popular young lady of Oak
land, who is a nianist of note, is
.signed to one of the vacancies sliortly expected on Kauai on a
in the Kauai schools for next term, visit to friends.
A shover was Kiven at the resi
dence of 'rs- Da ford, Maua, last
Thursd.r afternoon in honor of
Miss Ida Orange, attended by a
large nitinjer society people of
the ncighorillf Kwns. The fea
tures were varied and pleasant,
there were rif?,v nrett' t'ifts- an
excellent hinchcS" was served and
everybody had Sood tune.
The Uima Club, of Makaweli,
will give a big dance next Satur
day evening, the occasion being
the closing of the school year. It
is the custom of t'n Ilimas to give
I h e school teachers and their
friends a "lime" at the beginning
of vacation in June.
Sealed 1 enders will be received
by t lie .Superintendent of Public
yVoiks up until 12 noon of Mou
da . June 22, 1914, for furnishing
and delivering materials for
uii iign niKige, anu lor tne con
struction of a roadway and crec
tion of a bridge for the Kapaa
Homestead road, (first series)
uuntv of Kauai.
llie btiperinteiuient of Public
Work reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders.
Plans, specifications and bhu.k
forms of proposil are on file m
the ollice ot the Superintendent of
Public Works. Capitol Building
Honolulu, and with J. II. Moragne,
J. W. CAi.nwEi.i,, (S;
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, May 29, 1914.
not only satisfy every re
quirement as to style, but
are superlatively the right
shoe for Comfort.
For Men, Women, and Cliildien
REGAL SHOE STORE
The issuance of Hawaiian Birth
Certificates under the provisions
of Act 96, S. L. 1911, lias been
discontinued. Due notice will be
given before the issuance of these
certificates is resumed.
Honolulu, May 2.3, 1914.
Wade Warren Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
4t. May 29-Juiie 2 9-16.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the Countv of Knnni
will hold a meeting at the County
Building on Thursday, June 25th.
1914, at ten o'clock A. M. to con
sider the application of Femaudes
and Souza for a renewal of the
Wholesale License now held by
them to sell intoxicating liquors at
Kapaia, Kauai, under the provi
sions of Act 119. Session laws of
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license undf
said application should be filial
with the secretarv of the Board
not later than the time set for :;aid
W. D. Mchkyde.
Board of License Com-
26 June 2-9-16"
Next Sundays Baseball
Yllf lv, Cl. oil .
If vou once use W yMi ,! ..V. "" ?xi Sunday
InittensoldatSilva-sKi;:! V0, U-
....v, i JwaKaweii vs Koloa
Adv 'ot k'nlnn
you will have it all the time.