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Honolulu The United States district attorney has put a hail on
boxirx in the U. S. military reservation known as Sehofield Barracks.
There was a great turnout of the military toHay in honor of the
old veterans who are observing Memorial Dav.
Murder And Suicide
An unknown man shot and killed an unknown woman in Iwilei
at 1 o'clock this afternoon and then killed himself.
Newspapers Dislike Reply
New York-'With the exception of German-American newspapers,
the press of the entire country print severe criticisms of the reply of
Germany to the note of President Wilson.
None of the papers consider it satisfying, or a sufficient reply to
the demands made.
The St, Louis Republican says that the significance of the reply
is not in what is said but in what is left out.
The Chicago Staats" Zjitmig (German-American) says that the ad
ministration cannot honestly dodge the questions raised by Germany.
The Journal says that the German claim that the Lusitania was
armed is an unmixed insult to the United States.
The Indianapolis Star says that it Germany has any facts to jus
tify the assumption that the Lusitania was armed, or carried munitions
of war, she should be permitted to offer them.
The Louisville Courier Journal considers the answer to the note
of President Wilson a quibble.
The Philadelphia Inquirer says that the reply is trifling an 1 a
play for time.
Another Vessel Sunk
London The British steamer Dixiana has been sunk by a sub
marine off Ushant, Brittany. She was hound from Savcnnah to Swan
sea. It is reported' that all of the crew ate safe.
Turkish Forces Defeated
The Turkish forces which have been attacking the Allies on the
Gallipoli peninsula have been routed, with casualties of about two
thousand, The British lost three hundred men.
Women Support Wilson
Portland The directors of the General Federation of Women's
Clubs have passed resolutions assuring the President that the convic
tion of the people is overwhelmingly with him in his efforts to preserve
' The Yanderbilt Millions
New York The bulk of the Vanderbilt estate was left to the in
fant children of his second wife. The son of Mr. Vanderbilt by his
first wife gets $5,000,000 which is left in trust for him. The widow
gets 53.000,000 and the income from a fund ot $5,000,000. .
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WILL GOME LATER
Iuasmuch as Governor Pinkham
is not expected to announce his
four appointments to the Hawaii
promotion committee until after
his return from the mainland, some
time in July, the committee was
unable at its meeting yesterday to
take any steps toward increasing
its membership on the other Is
lands. It was suggested, however, that
Mayor Lane, the board of super
visors and President Waldron of
the Chamber of Commerce get to
gether as early as possible with a
view. to determining their nomina
tion for the Governor's appoint
ment. And in the meantime the Maui
and Kauai chambers of commerce
and the Hilo board of trade have
been notified of the amendment'to
the constitution of the Chamber of
Commerce of Honolulu,- passed
Wednesday, entitling them to rep
resentation on the promotion com
mittee, under the terms of Act
175, passed by tht late Legisla
ture. PASSENGERS DEPARTED
The following sailed by the Ki
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu: O. Lihau, Cheng Ing, J
P. Luuey, Takeuchi, Mrs.Naniole,
Mrs. Kekoni, V. Ross, M Cae
tano, Mrs. Caetano, Yorinioto,
Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Rath, M.
Odo, M. Imafugi, Mrs. C. Hays,
J. E. Lloyd, C. J. Atkinson, Leon
Quonsan, D. B. Maconachie, Geo.
Bertram, Mrs. Bertram, Colonel
Spalding, Hans Isenberg, C. W.
Miss Ommanney may not after
all leave the Kauai High School
next term. She has been slated;
for Hilo. Several other changes'
may also be made before Septem
ber comes around.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
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A Church Day
The Catholics of Koloa had a
big time at their church Sunday,
there being High Mass in the
building and various events cn the
ground. s The Waimea band sup
plied music, refreshments were
served and everybody had a good
The Lihue Band will play its
regular monthly concert at the Li
hue Park otv Saturday, June 5th.
at 8:00 P. M.
John A. Souza.
L' Overturn) "Spirit of Lilx-rty" II.
:l Duet "The Rose of the Moun
tain Trail" Cmlilian
4 Mureh "American Eagle"
5 Selection "liohemian (iirl" (by
li VaUe Oriental "Moonliglit on t h e
7 "Soldiers' Chorus" from "Faust"
H Finale "Old Faithful" U-
The Star Spangled Rainier
J. A. Scusa,
ISENBERG In Hanover, Ger
many, May 29, 1915, Rev. Daniel
Isenberg, a native of Gernianv;
father of George Isenberg of Hon
olulu, and a brother of Rev. Hans
Isenberg, of Kauai, aged sixty
Mail was brought by the steamer
Francis Hanify yesterday to Port
Allen for all places between Koloa
Hon. George N. Wilcox return
ed Friday morning from a busi
ness and recreation visit to Cali
fornia. Among the returning passengers
from Honolulu Friday morning
was J. K. Myers, manager of Ki
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