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THE" GARDEN tSLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1614
DAILY WIRELESS NEWS
Continued from page 1.
WORLD'S RECORD BEATEN.
The 440 yards race was won by Langer. establishing a new
world's record of 5 22 1 - 5.
HAWAII LOSES IN RELAY
The big relay race was won bv Chicago, the Hcalants getting
second and Hui Nalus third places, respectively. Olympic (San Fran-'
cisco) took fonrth place. A new American record of .44 3 - 5 was es
tablished by Chicago.
I. W. W. AT IT AGAIN
New York Evidence of printing inflammatory matter and bomb
making has been found in the headquarters of the I. W. W. here.
HammondsDort, Ind., Glenn Curtis piloted the airship America
successfully today, carrying 1500 pounds of cargo, keeping at an alti
tude of several hundred feet.
Mazatlan, Mexico Food has been landed at this besieged port,
the supplies being the occasion of a holiday feast. The Federal gov
ernor sent compliments and expressed a wish to exchange compliments
with the American admiral,
EXCURSION PARTY. DROWNED.
Skagway, Alaska A party of excursionists in a launch cntoute to
Juneau drowned Sunday when their boat capsized.
Butte, Mont. The miner shot by the mayor Friday is dead. The
miner had stabbed the mayor, and the latter, when down and almost
out, succeeded in shooting his assailant.
GREAT WHARF IS BURNED.
Portland, Oregon Balfour, Guthrie & Co.'s great wheat wharf
was destroyed Saturday by fire. Loss, $150,000.
PLAGUE IN NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans Surgeon General Rupert Blue reports the plague
situation in this city as satisfactorv. Ministers in all the pulpits of the
city yesterday urged war on the plague.
HUERTA ELECTED PRESIDENT.
Mexico City Returns from various election districts indicate the
re-election of President Huerta to continue in office, and also seems to
show that the entire legislative assembly was re - elected. Great pre
cautions were taken to preserve order at the polls.
IMMENSE ARMY TO MOVE.
Saltillo, Mexico The Constitutionalist army, numbering 35.000
men, will move at once toward Mexico City, taking a position first at
Queratares. Six aercplanes for use of this army have been ordered.
CARRANZA AND VILLA MAKE UP
Generals Carranza and Villa reached an amicable understanding
last night after their representatives had conferred.
ZAPATA SWITCHES OVER.
Vera Cruz It is announced here that the Zapata forces will fight
with Huerta. Zapata has hitherto been fighting independently.
HONOLULU AND SAN DIEGO.
San Diego Arrangements have been completed for a yacht race
between San Diego and Honolulu to take place next year..
THE MAUI RACES.
Wailuku The horse races here were a grea' '
ness events, 2:15 class, mile heats, El Oro v
Welcome Boy won the trotting and paci'
purse of $500, from Denervo. Time, ?
Honolulu Supervisor Par1
is to continue tonight, will
jJbSj1 RACES a
Waialua, Oahu The running race yesterday was won by Young
Lady, with Wallaby second. In the maiden race for Hawaiian breds.
D. Wallaby took first place and Eben Low second. In the five-eights
Athlone was first and Rainbow second. In the free-for-all-dash, Upua
finished first and Harvester second.
Saturday, July 4.
Sugar: Raws, 3.325; beets, 3.523.
Sullivan and Lynch, both saloon men, have appeared before the
Liquor Commission with charges against the business methods of the
Honolulu Brewery. John T. Scully, proprietor of the Waikiki Inn,
and Fred. Kiley, until recently his bartender, will be given another
chance to air their respective grievances before the Commission.
'RAH FOR THE FISH!
Delegate Kuhio and wife headed a fishing party at Waialua yes
terday and landed two tons of fish in 600 hundred foot net.
A man named Kawley is to enter the dairy business here in op
position to the Honolulu Dairymen's Associaiion. He goes to the
Coast by today's steamer to purchase Jersey cows.
HAWAIIAN SWIMMERS MAKE GOOD
San Francisco The swimming meet, which opened last night,
was attended by a very large crowd. The Hawaiian swimmers took
six first and six seconds in the semi finals and one final. The time
made all around was regarded as slow,
DUKE KAHANAMOKU BEATEN
Langer, of Los Angeles, defeated Duke Kahanamoku In the 880
contest by elgbt seconds. His time was eight minutes, 46 seconds. In
the fifty yard race, Duke Kahanamoku came in first; Raphael sec
ond. Time .24. In the second heat, Small San Francisco was first
and Lane second, Time, .29, Third heat-Cunha, first; Holstein,
second. Time .25.
One hundred - yard race: In the first heat Hebner, of Chicago, took
first place, with Smith second. Time .59. Second heat, Kruger first;
Duke Kahanamoku, second. Time 1.05 2-5.
Third heat, Raphael first; Cunha. second. Time .55 1-5.
THE 220 YARD RACE
In the 220-yard race Cunha won first place and Boyd second.
Time, 3.04 1 - 5.
Second heat. McGilvary, first; F. Kruger, second. Time, 2.34 1-5.
Third heat, Duke Kahanamoku, first; Elnie Smith, second. Time
Butte, Montana The mayor of this city was seriously stabbed
yesterday by a miner who insisted on the deportation of the editor of
a Finnish newspaper who supported the Western Federation of Miners.
The Mayor in turn, shot the miner. Both will recover.
Boston Medical circles here aie much agitated on account of a
proposal to establish a leprosy station on an island near Boston.
City of Mexico Moheno, Minister of Commerce, has resigned
and President Huerta has accepted his resignation.
Washington A movement on the part of German interests to
build a canal across Nicaragua was revealed here today.
Canton, China Ten thousand persons are reported to have perish
ed from floods from the west river.
JOSEPH CHAMBERLAIN DEAD
London Joseph Chamberlain. England's foremost reformer and
opponent to Irish Home Rule, died yesterday after an illness of para
lysis of seven years standing.
Vancouve: It is reported that another steamer load of Hindus
are on the way here from Hongkong. The first steamer, loaded with
undesirables who were refused landing, is still anchored in the harbor
ROOSEVELT WAS NOT "FIRED".
New York Is is authorittively announced here that Roosevelt re
signed his position as editor of "The Outlook", and was not "fired"
as had been at first reported. '
Chicago Secret service men dynamited the safe of Lee Fan and
found therein a draft on Hongkong tor $23,000. which is taken as
proof of the existence of an opium trust in the United States, for
which agents of the government have been searching for several
To look well and feel comfortable through
the hot sticky day, that's your problem.
Come in see how we solve it.
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There is a fresh, dapper style about
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It is figured on a "come again" basis
Honolulu Music Company,,
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Shoes for every
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Parce.l Post charges
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CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
Dealers in I
Hay, Grain and Chicken
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cooling Iron Hoofs. IVtuluina In-
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P. O. Box 452, Honolulu i
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
Whol csale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
If you wish to travel in com
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Tel. 225 L.
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Reasonable Rates and Care
15 016 SUCCESS
Plans For The Future
Will Tour Kauai In
Charles A. Rice, candidate for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the delegnteship at
Washington, will return to Hono
lulu tonight, after a week spent
here during which he placed his
business affairs in such shape as to
enable him to be absent from the
island for considerable periods.
His headquarters for the present
will be at the offices of his cam
paign committee in Honolulu, and
considerable of his time will be
given, in the next few weeks, to
Honolulu. Maui and Hawaii.
Mr. Rice does not plan to begin
his campaign on Kauai until about
the first week in August. At that
time he will go all over the island,
meeting the voters and addressing
them whenever and wherever con
venient. On the evening of August
15 he will address the members of
the Kauai Chamber of Commerce
and guests at the big, annual ban
quet to be held in Lihue.
Many of Mr. Rice's Kauai
friends, of all nationalities and of
various parts of the island, are
urging him to give his time to
Oahu, Maui, and Hawaii, with as
surances that Kauai is solid for
him anyway. The candidate replies
to them, however, that while he
feels that much work is to be done
on the other islands, he is anxious
to meet personally all the voters
of his home island as quickly as
possible, give them his views and
ascertain their own opinions and
I A very satisfactory development
of the past few we'eks has been
what may be termed an awaken
ing on the part of the native Ha
waiians of the island of Kauai.
The leading Hawaiians in all of
the precincts have come to realize
how seriouslv the interests of the
Territory have suffered as a result
of Kuhio's inactivity at Washing
ton, and how important it is to
have an active man at the national
capital, The fact that a capable
man, other than Kuhio, is in the
field is viewed by them with satis
faction: and that he is a son ot
Kauai - nei makes it all the more
pleasing to them, and it is hop"d
that when the votes are counted
every ballot cast by Hawaiians of
Kauai may be on the side of Mr.'
Rice and good government.
The influential Portuguese of
Honolulu have come out to a man
in support of Mr. Rice. They have
not forgotten that Kuhio and his
associates did to them on Punch
bowl, as well as what Kuhio did
not do foi them after they gave
him their votes, and are coming out
openly m endorsement of Kauai's
son, The influential Portuguese of
Kauai, aside from their natural
and proper desire t o support a
local man, also recall these facts
of recent historv and resent them.
If Mr. Rice does not get a solid
Portuguese vote on Kauai, it will
not be the fault of the leading
Portuguese of the island, for they
arc certainly for him.
Tooih Puller Pinched
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold bvj. I.
Silva, Elecle. " Advt.
A Japanese known as Shidara,
who has been doing work as a
dentist around Hanapepe and Wai-
me.-v was arrested a short time ago
on a charge of practising dentistry
without license. When arraigned
in Judge Hofgaard's court he en
tered a plea of guiltv and was fined
$100, which he paid.
Bag containing auto chains,
between Wahiawa and Ele
ele, Sunday, June 14. Finder
please return to W. D. Mc
Bryde, Homestead. Reward.
I Passengers In And Out .
J The following arrived in the Ki
nau Wednesday morning fr"
Honolulu: Miss A. Hilllijnss
Wuislow, Miss I. Wayson, Mrs.
Deverill and 3 children, Miss Ra
dewv. Miss L. Girvin, Miss I,.
Vidinha, Miss L. Martin, Miss
Girvin. Mrs. J. K. Brown, Allan
Brown, Mis L. Kuhlman, Mrs.
Goodwin. M. Coney, Jas. Mc
Clellan, Y. Sakuma, W. A. In
man, E. Gav, G. Quintal, II.
Nve, Misses Onehn. 2, J. Oneha,
Miss S. Choy, Miss L. Young,
Miss B. Choy, A. Horner Jr., C.
A. Rice, C. W. -Spitz, Mrs. Ktola,
L. Gay, S. Robinson. Miss R. C.
Shaw, Miss A. M. Oleson, Miss
S. Wichman, Miss E. Akana,
Mrs. A. K. Akana, Miss L. Nor
dicineyer, Miss M. Christian, Miss
F. Bryant, Miss H. Bryant. jfc$s
A. Souza, Miss Vou Arnswaldt,
Miss Lizzie Deincrt, Mrs. E. E.
Mahlum, Mrs. Robinson's maid,
Miss E Kaiwi, Miss C. Kapule,
Miss Louisa Akin, Miss M. Dias,
Miss E. WcDber, Miss E. Nun
Miss Chariuan A Yap, D. Wsfids
worth, II . Baldwin, Y. K.ondoT
Hirano, H. M. Roger. Miss Smith,
Miss Aholo, K. M. Ahana, Lum
Hung, Ho Laio Chack, M. Enos.
I. C. Moura. Susie Akau, Mr.
Svlva, J. D. Tucker and 59 deck.
The following departed by the
W. G. Hall last Tuesday evening
for Honolulu: Miss Hayues, Miss
Pacheco, Miss L. Cramer, R. Ow
en, C. H. Alspaugh, Miss M. Rei
dell, Miss E. Rath. C. Bayer, Miss
L. Keating, Miss C. A. Mumford,
Miss G. Purcell, Rev. F. A. Say
New Zealand butter in onnound
blocks at Silva's Eleele store. Advt .
Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Dort, LWnie,
pleasantly entertained a party of
friends at dinner Friday evening.
In Tun Circuit Court ok Tun
Fifth Circuit, Territory
op Hawaii ' -
ac unamuers in i-roDate
In the Matter of the Estate of r
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 proper
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 sail
tition in the Court Room
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." Tune 5,
(Sgd) Lyle A. Dickby,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Seal) D. Wm. Dhan.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Carl S.CarlsmKth and S. E. Hau
nestad, Attorney, for Petit. oner.
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