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The garden island, Tuesday, junk 30, 1614
DAILY WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1.
'FRISCO YACHT WINS
San Francisco The ypcht "Caprice", of the San Francisco Yacht
Club, won in the twenty - five mile race here yesterday.
Militiftinen of the naval corps began practice match shooting
yesterday and won from the regulars of the U. S. S. Marblehead.
TARN McGREW MARRIED
Tarn McGrew, son of the late Dr. John S. McGrew, of Hono
lulu, was married at Reading yesterday to Miss Carol Smith of that
city, after a courtship which began in Paris. The bride is very weal
thy. THE FIGHTING IN MEXICO
Lapas. Mexico Federal reinforcements from Guaynias repulsed
an attack of Constitutionalists at Santa Rosalia yesterday.
Zacatecas, Mexico General Villa has withdrawn most of his
troops to Torreon, lack of ammunition being given as the cause. One
of the most important points between his present position and Mexico
City has been abandoned by the Federals. Losses incurred in the bat
tle at this place are now estimated at 4,500.
Washington General Carranza is reported to have notified his re
presentatives that because of the failure of Guadaloupe to bring about
a cessation of hostilities in Mexico, it will be necessary, for him to meet
his associates before entering into further negotiations. H e has as
sured the mediators that he will hasten to arrange such a conference.
It is reported that fire from the main battery of the machine
guns has succeeded in stoj ping the bombardment of Puerta Plata.
Honolulu Frank B. Stack, a Honolulu graduate of the Univer
sity of California, has accepted a very remunerative position in Chili
with a mining company.
BIG CANNERY TO START
Libby, McNeill & Libby's big canning plant will be ready for
KENNITH GORDON AGAIN
Kenneth Gordon, who posed here a couple of years ago as an
expert aviator, is found to be the man who escaped from his captor (a
detective) enroute from Shanghae to San Quentin prison, and is now
under arrest at Yokohama. He did the bogus check stunt on the Elks
in Honolulu, and finally slipped off to Canada.
NEGRO OUTLAW TO LEAVE
Herman Lewis, the notorious negro soldier automobile thief and
hold - up man, who has been sentenced to twenty years in the Leaven
worth military prison, will be sent away in the next transport.
Dissatisfaction in the National Guard is said to be due to the
failure of the officers to complete certain club features which were pro
mised and expected by the enlisted men.
KONA TOBACCO TO MARKET
Hackfeld & Company ha-e shipped sixty bales of tobacco to the
PLAGUE AT HONGKONG
The Manchuria, which arrived during night fronVthe
Orient, brought the news that plague is seriously menacing Hong
kong and other Chinese ports.
Saturday, June 27.
Sugar: Raws, 3.325; beets, 3 50. mjnt
Honolulu Mrs. DoremusjkuJ;uer' wife of the pastor of Central
Union Church, died yesfcrrflay after an illness of six weeks.
MOOSE PHOENIX WRANGLE
Honolulu Lodge, 800, Loyal Order of Moose, may go to court
to prevent the new Order of Phoenix from organizing and holding the
old Moose property, which the Honolulu Lodge claims belongs to the
The local Japanese press is very guarded on the subject which
has again stirred up Japan-
BLIGHT ON OAHU
The blight which nppeared at Kalaheo, Kauai, a year ago has
been discovered among the pineapples of Oahu. Oahu pines are now
under quarantine restrictions on account of it.
The supervisors have declined to do anything to aid in the tu
berculosis fight, putting the matter up to the Territorv.
FEDERAL BUILDING SITE
Word was received from Washington yesterday that the Mahuka
site, recommended by Robertson, is being discouraged by the Treasury
Department, which claims it necessary that the Federal building have
four sides of street frontage.
EXCITEMENT IN JAPAN
Washington The Japan matter has stirred diplomatic circles. In
a note to the United States, Japan will claim the right to reciprocate in
the matter of extending laud holding privileges with separate States.
Under an old treaty foreigners were allowed land privileges in Tokio
and owners are not called upon to pay taxes for improvement of streets.
The new treaty limits the right to hold property to certain parts.
ROOSEVELT STEPS OUT
Oyster Bay The impression prevails that Roosevelt may yet be
prevailed upon to be a candidate for Governor of New York. He has
stepped out of the National campaign on account of differences with
leaders of the Progressive party.
PRINCESS NIYO DEAD
Tokio The Dowager Princess Niyo is dead.
SIERBA IS DELAYED
Sin Francisco The steamship Sierra, on her way trom this port
to Honolulu, has wirelessed here of the loss of a propeller blade 800
miles from the Coast, in consequence of which she will not reach Ho
nolulu until late Monday or early Tuesday morning.
Washington Senator Borah, of Idaho, declares that the proposed
Trade Commission Bill would put the business of the United States in
a straight jacket.
WILL FIGHT ANYHOW
The Constitutionalists Junta have announced their determina
tion to continue fighting regardless of the agreement informallv reach
ed by the conferes for peace.
NATIVES SONGS USED
San Francisco Native songs will be a feature of ground break
ing for the Hawaii building nt the Panama fair here.
FIRE DESTROYS LIVES
Salem, Oregon Four bodies haye been recovered from the ruins
of a disastrous fire here. Fifteen hundred mill hands are o t of work
on account of conflagration,
OLD FIGHTER CONDEMNED
San Francisco The old wooden cruiser "Independence", which
has been used at the Mare Island navy vard for a receiving ship, will
be sold. She is one of the oldest vessels in the United States navv'
ASIATIC FLEET THROUGH CANAL
Washington The entire Asiatic fleet of the American navy will
head the parade of war-ships through the Panama Canal next March,
after which the fleets will be divided.
Pensacola, Florida General Whistler, the inventor of smokeless
powder, is dead.
Washington Action on the Asiatic exclusion bill is deferred and it
is not likely that any immigration bill will be acted upon at this session
MARCHING ON MEXICO
Zacatecas (Mexico) It is declared by the rebels that within a
month the combined armies of Villa and Carranza will be literallv at
the gates of the City of Mexico.
Rebels are in complete control of this city.
Work of burying the dead has begun.
The state of San Louis Potosi will be the next point of attack by
To look well and feel comfortable through
the hot sticky day, that's your problem.
Come in see how we solve it.
"Keep Kool Palm Beaches"
Will bring you Hot Weather Happiness
Will help you smile at Mr. Sun.
There is a fresh, dapper style about
"Keep-Kool" Clothes that makes pur
chasers of passersby
We haven't forgotten either that value
is a vital point you will like the prices:
$10.00, $11.00 and $12.50
It is figured on a "come again" basis
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SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
Men and Women
Shoes for every
Dress to Sport
Parcel Post charges
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
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Hay, Grain and Chicken I
Sole Agents for
International .Stock, Poultry Food
mid other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron HoofH. I'etaluma In
cubators and Brooders.
King's Spkcial Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
L. Y. TIM
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 of
Ice cream soda, any flavor, 10
cents. Just the thing for this hot
weather. Lihue Store soda foun-
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
Kapaia Auto Stand
Reasonable Rates and Care
CLOSING PROGRAM ISMALL BOY FALLS-
Very Interesting and enjoyable
closing exercises were enacted in
the Waimea school on Friday, all
of the teachers anui pupils partici
pating, either as entertainers or
One of the pleasant features of
the morning exercises was the dec
oration with a flower bv Principal
Brown of each of the 33 children
who have had a perfect attendance
record for the entire year. One
girl, Asoyo Okada, had been per
fect fr tro years and zi attack of
chicken - pox was all that prevent
ed Willie Bomke from the same
Two teachers, Misses Wilhclmi-
na and Meta Mengler, were also
presented with flowers for a per
fect attendance record.
Many parents and friends were
welcome visitors at these closing
exercises and an unusually small
number of pupils, in all, asked for
releases on account of age or trans
fer to other schools. There are
420 pupils on the list for next year.
Dramatization of "Ponce de
Leon", Grades VI and VA,
Song "Spring Dance", Grade
II-B, Miss Sato.
Rec. "Sing a song of summer
time" and song "Away over
mountains", I-B, Miss V.
Rec. "Vacation Time" Grade
II-B, Miss W. Mengler.
Song "Ho, Vacation days are
here", Grade IV-B, Miss
Rec. "Bell of Atri" Grade IV-
A, Miss Pursell
Song "There's a merry brown
thrush", Grade III. Miss M.
Two Folk Dances, Grade I-A,
9: Songs "Tell me where the
daisies go" and "If a body
find a lesson", Grade II-A,
Mrs. Chang Yau.
10: Song "Come where flowers are
flinginR",Grades IV-A and B
Misses Pursell and Crosno.
Rec. Psalm of Life", Grade
III, Miss M. Mengler.
Rec, "Till next September",
Grade II-A, Mrs. Chang Yau.
Song and dance, "The Mul
berry Tree", Grade I-B, Miss.
14: Calisthenics, Grade IV-B,
School Song, O come, come
away. Led by Mrs. Wright.
Address, School Commissioner
Remarks, Principal Brown.
Antonio Borges, thesix-ycat old
son of a luborer on Li Duo planta
tion, met his death in an unusual
manner Friday morning.
The family live in a cottage
back of the Lihue mill. About 11
o'clock in the morning the little
fellow climbed a mango tree and
in some way lost his grip and fell,
landing head first in a deep mud
hole beneath the tree. He was
drowned bctore assistance arrived.
An inquest was held and a ver
dict rendered accordingly.
The big baseball games
Saturday (July Fourth) will
place on Lihue baseball ground
At 10 a.m., Bill Inman's All
Students team vs. McBrvde.
At 2 v. sr., All Students vs. a
picked Kauai team selected by Mr.
Eight players of the All Stud
ents team will arrive in Lihue by
the Kinau Wednesday morning,
and will be quartered at the Fair
view hotel. The other member of
the team will be selected from All
Students already on Kauai, and
will probably be one of the. follow
ing: Koani, of Anaholo; Denichi,
of Eleele, or Ahana, of Lihue.
Have you tried our whipped
cretfin specials, with crushed fruit?
They are delicious. Lihue Store
soda fountain. Advt.
At Hale Hooni
Win. Fernandez show at Hale
Hooni Saturday night drew a satis
factory audience, and abounded in
features of interest. There was a
variety at any rate, and that style
of program has been tound best for
the mixed houses usually encount
ered here. Most of the sketches
were rather above the average
bn.ught to Kauai.
Mr. Dempster Dead
Word has beon received of the
death in England of Andrew
Dempster, who for a number of
years resided at Lihue, Kauai
Mr. Dempster was well known to
residents of Kauai and was highly
respected for his many kindly acts.
While here he lived at the Fair
view hotel and was a golf enthu-
A. T T lf.
siasi. ne leu nere aDout seven
years ago and went to New Zeal
and. Contracting cancer, he jour
neyed home to England for treat
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold bv J. I.
Silva, Eleele. Advt. I the Summer
T- 1 r . i .
ur. nnu .Mrs. riuman very
pleasantly entertained at dinner
I and cards Friday evening, the oc
casion being more particularly
complimentary to severalof Lihue's
In The Circuit Court of Tub
Fifth Circuit, Turritouy'-
ok Hawaii i
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, r.nd pray
ing that Letters of Administration
issue to some fit and properfcr-son.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
11th. day of July A. D. 1914, at
11 o'clock A. M., be and hereb
is appointed for hearing said
tition in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, Kauai, at whiclu.
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. Tune 5,
(Sgd) Lyuj A. Dickhy,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Carl S.Carlsmith and S. E Hau
nestad, Attorney, for Petitioner.
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' social set who are
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not only satisfy every re
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