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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1614
Wt WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1.
is impossible, President Wilson expresses the opinion that Mexican
affairs will be satisfactorily settled, at least temporarily. He declares
that the outlook for success by the mediators was never brighter than
Saltillo (Mexico) General Carranza states that he will be ready
to talk peace when he has taken the capital of Mexico.
El Paso (Texas) Prominent Constitutionalists of Mexico are urs
ine General Villa to stay with the rebel cause.
Torreon General Villa has again defeated the Federals, many of
the latter being captured.
Vienna During maneuvers here there was a collission between a
biplane and a dirigible, as a result of which nino persons were killed.
London Premier Asquith (after steadfastly refusing to do so for
years) has held a conference with a delegation of six working women,
representing Mrs. Pankhurst. There was no display of militantism.
San Francisco The application of Abe Reuff for a parole from the
penitentiary has been denied.
Letbridge. Canada IIape for the rescue of the imprisoned miners
has been abandoned. Ninety. bodies have been recovered.
Honolulu Lewis, the notorious negro outlaw jail-breaker, again
broke out of the military prison at Fort Shafter Saturday, but turned
up for roll-call just to show them what he could do.
Ritchie, the escaped prisoner, is believed to be still on Oaliu.
No trace of his missing wife, and it is now believed that she got away
Judge Kingsbury, of Maui, has charged that Attorney Murphy,
in bringing a complaint against him, has committed perjury and will
call the attention of the court to the matter.
Tn the baseball game between the Universitv of California team and
the Chinese A. C. yesterday, the latter won by a score of 6 to 4,
MAUI WINS POLO.
In the polo match Saturday afternoon, the Maui team won, 6 1-2
Tokio Japan and the United States have agreed to publish si
multaneously the correspondence in regard to California. Minister Ka
to says he is open to discussion.
The navy dudget will be the bone of contention at the opening
of the Diet today.
London Among the birthday honors announced bv the Court to
day was an earldom for Lord Kitchener, of Khartoum.
New York The yacht trials have been postponed from July 3
and 4 but may take place on the 7th.
El Paso It is said that General Villa has confiscated a million
pesos belonging to the soldiers. General Carranza has conferred with;
presentatives of Villa in an effort to have the latter come
the ranks. ' . "
Butte An independent UnjuVfrTTxieii launched here as the re
sult of a failure between labo' organizations to agree on the strike
Saturday, June 20.
Sugar: Raws, 3.39; beets, 3.556.
Honolulu The resignation of Territorial Treasurer D. Lloyd
Conkling, which has been submitted to Governor Pinkhani, will take
effect October 1. Colonel Chas. J. McCarthy, Honolulu county treasur
er, may be appointed to succeed him.
LAHUI PARTY ACTIVE . -
Speakers of the Lahui part' will follow in the wake of Secretary
Thayer onjiis tour of Maui in the interest of the proposed county
bond issue, t1-
WARD GETS $3,000 DAMAGES
In the damage suit of George E. Ward against the Inter-Island
Company, the jury has awarded $3,000. Ward was crippled for life as
a result of an accident aboardship, and sued for $50,000.
Dr. E. V. Wilcox has issued a statement that cold storage kills
the fruit fly and its eggs. If this theory is proved, it will probably
solve the difficulty ot shipping Island fruits to the Coast.
BILL MAY BE DEFERRED
Woul has been received here that Congress will probably not
act on the bill this session which provides for a national leprosy
station in Hawaii,
Cables have been sent to Former Governor Frear, asking that
he help along the Kalihi extension of the Honolulu harbor in Wash
ington. It is quite likely that he will present argument there on the
The famous McCarn case is on the Circuit calendar for hearing
NEW CARNIVAL SECRETARY
McMillan, a reporter of the Star - Bulletin, has been selected
by Director - General Dougherty to be secretary of the next carnival.
YALE DEFEATS HARVARD
New London, Conn. In the boat race between Yale and Har
vard, the former won by the narrow margin of five inches. It was the
most exciting race in the history of college rowing.
Tron, Scotland Varden has won the British championship at
THE MEXICAN SITUATION
Niagara Falls Unless the Huerta delegates yield to the plans out
lined by the Americans, the mediiation conference will come to an end
today or Monday, leaving the questions where they started at the ori
ginal organization of the convention.
The Americans have informed the South Americans that their
views on what should be done in Mexico have not been altered by the
argument s bmitted before the convention.
Naon, of the South American delegation, states that he has not
lost all hope of a settlement.
News has reached Washington that the election in the city of
Mexico has been postponed.
r-KJiSIDENT OF KAMEHAMEHA
Honolulu Fred. L. Griffin, of Oswega, New York, has been
selectee as president of the Kainehanieha School, to succeed Perley L.
MORE BODIES FROM WRECK
Riinouski, Canada Two more bodies have been recovered from
the wreck of the steamer "Empress of Ireland", sunk in the St. Law
rence river. The bodies are of a man and a woman
San Francisco Replying to a letter of inquiry from here, Colonel
Goethels states that the Panama canal will not be thrown open to gen
eral commerce until all parts of it are tested and proven safe for the
movement of vessels.
Lath Bridge, Alberta, Canada By t h e explosion of coal dust,
250 miners are entombed in a mine heie.
LASSxv" SMOKES. UP AGAIN
Redding, Cal. Mt Lassen is again in eruption, smoke and ashes
Vancouver Canada has refused to permit Hindostanese to laud in
Washington Dyer, Republican member of the House of Repre
sentatives from St. Louis, has been denied his seat after an investiga
tion of charges of illegal voting in a number o f wards. Gtlla, the
Democrat, gets the seat.
STEAMER KAISER WILIIELM
Southampton Following an investigation, it is reported that
the Kaiser Wilhelin (steamer) received two mammoth holes in her
hull below the water line as a result of the collission reported a tew
HINDUS DEPORTED FROM VANCOUVER
Vancouver Aimed forces will escort Hindus (banished from the
onintry by Dominion law) to their ships niul out to sea.
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LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messe?:er Service
The following ladies were pre
sent at the luncheon given by Mrs.
Datiford, a t Mana, with Mrs.
Heapy as the guest as honor:
Tests in all grades of the public
schools of Kauai were taken last
week. I he Department took the
grades from the fifth to the eighth
Mesdames Lyman. G. T. Greicr. inclusive, and Superintendent Pro
G. Hansen, Ewart, C. 11. Ilof- die from the first to the fourth,
In Tim CtKCttiT Covur ov Tin?
FllTll ClKCUIT, TlikHlTOHV
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 Otiomea Sugar Com
pany, of Onoinea, Hawaii, T. H.,
creditor of the deceased, alleging
that Kainaliiwaliine of Koloa, Ka
uai, I . H. .cited 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 ot 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 ;oi hearing said Pe
tition in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai. June 5,
(Sgd) Lvi.K A. Dickry,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) D. Wm. Dkan.
Clerk cf the Circuit Court of the
Carl S.Carlsmith and S. E. Han-
nestad, AUpn!;;yrff.r retitioher.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
In Thk Circuit Count oh Tin?
Fifth Circuit, Turritouy
In the matter of the drawing of
names of persons to serve as Grand
Jur rs andvlVial Jurors at the July
Order fixing time and place of
drawings and directing publica
tion of notice thereof.
It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons to
serve as Grand and Trial Jurors at
the July Term J914 of this Court
be held at 9:00 o'clock A. M. on
riiuiadav, June 25th, 1914. in the
Court Room of this Court in the
County Building at Lihue, County
Dated, Lihue, Kauai. June 9th.
Sdg. Lyi.k A. Dickky,
Judge Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
rSgd. D. Wm. Dkan,
Clerk Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
June 16th - 23rd.
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The Lihue Baseball Club will
hold a meeting Wednesday night
in the County Building, at 7:30.
Officers and members of the Club
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Henrv W. Waiau,
Secretary, Lihue Baseball Club.
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three let off with reprimands. They
were all Chinese and Koreans.
They are loafers of the same sort
around most of the camps of the
island, w h o neither "sow nor
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