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Reynolds, another chaffeur, have been arrested foi violating the White
Slave act, bail being fixed at $2,500 in each case. Hearing today.
FILIPINO REBELLION EEARED.
EWashington The War Department is excited over a report that
the Filipinos are securing arms from Japan and are preparing to start
another revolution. Agninaldo, the veteran rebel chief, -Is supposed to
be mixed up in the affair.
MEXICAN SITUATION BAD.
Vera Cruz General Orizaba has declined to accept any terms with
General Carranza, and will lead his troops, with those of Zapata, to
the City of Mexico to avenge the murder of President Madero. Zapata
is now at the gates of the capital ,
Washington The action of Zapata in inarching on Mexico City
is worrying the war department more than anything else at this time.
Carranza is attempting to bring all the Constitutionalist branches un
der one head.
City of Mexico Acting President Carlajal has ordered the wreck
ed gap in the railroad between here and Vera Cruz put in shape to
facilitate ready communication between the two points. He stated that
he considered it unlikely that Zapata could enter the City of Mexico.
HUERTA IS HELD UP.
Puerta, Mexico Huerta and Blanquet are still here, awaiting the
arrival of the Mexican Navigation Company's steamer to take them
FIGHTING STILL GOES ON.
Lapaz. Mexico A force of 800 Constitutionalists captured Saltillo
after six hours fighting.
All Federal officers captured were executed.
Americans in the town took refuge on American warships an
chored off the port.
SEVERAL VESSELS WRECKED.
Halifax Two schooners, an unknown barkentme, a Cuban steam
cr and a Norwegian steamer are wrecked on the Nova Scotia rocks.
CHINESE WANT TROUBLE AGAIN.
San Francisco Ex-Minister of War Hwang addressed a large
meeting of Chinese in this citv last night in the interest of a revolu
tion against the Republic of China.
PLAGUE IN NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans The seventh case of bubonic plague was discovered
in this city vesterdav.
FATAL BALLOON WRECK.
Paris The balloon Toto collided with trees yesterday and was
wrecked, injuring the pilot and his aide. Several persons were injured
in the excited scramble which followed.
MARINES READY FOR TROUBLE.
Washington United States marines have been landed at Ouatiua
mo in readiness for intervention- in the revolution between Haiti and
HINDUS FIGHT BACK.
Vancouver The chief of police and several inspectors and detec
tives were injured yesterday when they attempted to board the Oma
gata Marti, in which toe rejected Hindu immigrants are being held.
The militia may be ordered out.
Saturday, July 18.
Sugar: Raws, 3.26: beets, 3.51.
WAS A BOOZE AFFAIR.
Honolulu Manuel P, Moranho, the mounted police officer who
was run over in a sensational manner by Chaffeur William Welsh on
the John Ena road Wednesday night, sull has a fighting chance
his life. Sheriff Rose is thoroughly investigating the accident,
empty gin bottle, syphon and five glasses have been found near
swamp close to where the accident happened, lending color to
theory that there had been a drinking party there in which several
women were concerned. Soon after the officer was struck by the big
machine a woman was heard to cry out: "Ditch the booze!"
SCHOONEU IN DISTRESS.
The three - masted schooner Campaliere has arrived in distress,
having sprung a leak.
THE NEW COLLECTOR.
The new collector of customs, Franklin, has arrived, and taken
the oath of office, He winks the suggestion that "Soapbox" Barron
will direct customs service appointments.
MISS BECKLEY IN ACCIDENT.
A taxi overturned near the Moana Hotel in Waikiki yesterday
after skidding, injuring Miss Jaunita Beekley and the driver, but
Licenses for many rooming housas have been held up on account
of their failure to meet new sanitary regulations.
PALMER WOODS CONFERS.
Palmer Woods was in conference with the Governor for two
hours yesterday. It is believed that the question ot whether or not he
is appointed land commissioner will be settled one wav or the other
KUHIO AND COLOR LINE.
People who were at the Kuhio meeting the other night at the
Delegate's home are coming out in denial of the report, which had
gained general circulation, that the Prince had delivered a "color
Hue" speech, urging Hawaiians to stand together.
TRYING TO QUIET ZAPATA.
Washington The administration was indirectedly in communi
cation yesterday with Zapata, the last remaining Mexican disturber,
in an effort to bring about complete harmony in the troubled republic.
It is understood that Zapata is not satisfied with the present settlement
of affairs, doubtless feeling that he should have been taken care of
Puerta, Mexico Ex - President Huerta and Blanquet have arrived
safely here and will sail at an early hour this morning for Euiope.
CARTEJAL TABUS GAMBLING.
City Of Mexico The old Madera Congress has met and will now
ask for recognition. It is assumed that the new President, Carranza,
will be asked to re - instate it, when he conies into power.
Brownsville, Texas San Louis Potosi is now in the hands of the
City Of Mexico Acting President Cartejal has set about to stop
all forms of gambling and to preserve order here.
AMERICAN YACHT WINS.
Seattle In the yacht race here the American "Sertom" defeated
the luernga' , ot Vancouver, by
course was twelve miles.
Mare Island Secretary Daniels
portunity of bidding on one of the new dreadnaughts.
SUGAR COMBINE WINCES.
New Orleans The sugar combine yesterday filed its brief in the
damages suit brought bv the government, aggregating $150,000,000,
and asks tiie Federal court to put
for $400,000 has been filed.
San Francisco Government
whether static conditions aie local
will soon leave for Honolulu. The Chinese building at the World's
Fair grounds was dedicated yesterday with impressive ceremonies
SHOT IN RAID.
Boston A receiver has been asked for the New Haven road.
Chicago While raiding a disorderly house last night, one de
tective was killed and two wounded, and two citizens also suffered
guii shot wounds. It is claimed that the detectives were inexperienced.
Chicago Railway employes have agreed to have
arbitrated, and have consented to postpone s,:i
Capt. Geo. Leavitt returned to I
Kauai on the Pennsylvania!! on j
Friday morning from Honolulu,
one minute and 54 seconds The
may give the Pacific coast the op
an end to the actions. Another suit
began last night tests to determine
or world - wide. The submarine fleet
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this 1st day of July, 11114.
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(In this column, beginning with
this issue and continuing until
election day, will appear the cards
or announcements of candidates
for Congress and the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them over catefully each
week, and- act accordingly.)
It UP. J. II. CONEY
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
To" the Voters of Kauai;
I hereby give formal notice that
I will be a candidate in the pri
mary election on September 12 for
nomination as a Republican t o
succeed myself in the House of
Representatives of the Territory
I have been urged to seek elec
tion at your hands to the Senate
this time, but after due considera
tion have concluded that lean best
serve you and the island of Kauai
in the House.
Soliciting your individual and
ut ited support, in the campaign,
and at the polls, I am,
J. H. Coney,
Representative Sixth District.
July 17. 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
To the voters of Kauai:
I hereby formally announce my
self a candidate, as a Republican.
for nomination 'by the primary to
be held September 12, 1914, for
the House of Representatives.
If nominated and elected, I
proniis ethe people of this island a
vigorous and intelligent admin
istration of their affairs.
I solicit your support and votes
in the primary and at the regular
election in November.
James K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai, July 20, 1914.
Following are the new Territo
rial Committeemen of the Repub
First District James D. Lewis,
Henry J. Lyman, John M. Rose,
Second District H. L. Holstein,
A. C, Kaaua, E. K. Iona, James
Third District 'R. A. Dm in
mond, W. A. Clark, George P.
Cooke, A. N. Ilavselden, P. J,
Goodness and W. Walsh.
Fourth District S. K. Paulo,
Jr., L. M. Judd. Peter Baron, R.
W. Brockons Lorrin Andrews and
C. L. Crabbe.
Fifth District A. D. Cooper,
K J. Crawford, J. P, Medeiros,
George Kekauoha, John Notley
and Judge Nauiona,
S xth District W. H. Rice, Jr.,
W. O Crowell, Alfred Menefog-
Hi, Carl Roendahl.
Ciuaty Clerks Wanted
Teiriturial Secretary Thayer has
written to Kauai County Clerk
Kaueakua requesting the presence
of the latter in Honolulu on the
27th. for the purpose of going over
the law and regulations in regard
to the coming primary election
The duties of countv clerks in the
work of pulling off the primaries
are quite considerable, and the
Secretary wishes to be certain that
all of them are thoroughly familiar
with theisr tasks. All of the coun
ty clerks of the Territory have been
summoned to be present at the
A l)air of cve glasses betwetn
I hotel and Nawiliwili Finder please
I return to this office. Reward.
HQSMER WAKES A , I
i . . '
Ralph S. Hosiner, superinten
dent of forestry and chief fire war
den of the government nursery,
was on Kauai last week, making
his "farewell" round ot the work
under his charge here. It will be
recalled that some months ago he
was appointed to a chair in Cor
nell, and he expects to .leave in
August for his new post.
While here Mr. Hosiner examin
ed and finally approved the fores
try fence work being carried on
near Wailua. and also looked into
forestry matters near Kalaheo, re
turning t o Honolulu Saturday
Mr. Hosmer came to the Islands
ten and a half years ago, and has
been in the forestry branch of the
service ever since. His appoint
ment as instructor in the same line
at Cornell came unsolicited and is
in the way of a consideiablc pro!
Mr. Hosmer was the truest of
Rev. and Mrs. Lydgate at dinner
Friday evening and of Mr, W. D.
McBryde on Saturday.
Dance At Eleele
The Mailc Club, of Eleele, g.tve
a delightful dance Saturday even
ing as a special compliment to sev
eral young people who are at pies
ent visiting in the neighborhood.
The Ilium Club, of Makaivcli, was
invited in a body and there wero
a number of other guests. The af
fair was a great success in every
In Tiir Circuit Coukt ov Tub
Fii'Th Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate
In, the Matter of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina. (wV
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina, deceas
ed, having on the Sth. day of July
A. D. 1914 been presented to said
Probate Court, and a Petition for .
the Probate thereof, and for the
Issuance of Letters Testamentary
to M. Kahukina, having been filed
by said M. Kahukina,
It is hereby ordered, that Satur
day, the 15th day of August A.
D. 1914 at 10 o'clock, A. M.. of
said day, at the Court Room of
said Court at Lihue, Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said applicationrT"
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, 1914.
By the Court.
(Syd ) D. Wm. Dkan,
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