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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1916
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Supervisor Hatch declares that the appropriation of $250 a month
by the city foi the expenses of the Hawaii Promotion Committee in
class legislation, and assails the appropriation. Larsen and Logan,
side with Hatch, but a majority of the Board passes the item.
The United States government has notified the Harbor Board
that it needs a part of the channel wharf and adjoining land for a
Champion swimmers from the mainland will be unable to arrive
in Honolulu before August 29.
Great enthusiasm was shown here on receipt of news that Roose
velt had withdrawn from the presidential candidacy.
Progressives To Back Hughes
Chicago -Former Justice Hughes gives Roosevelt praise for his
principles. Progressives will follow the suggestion of their leader
that they support Hughes.
Strike Situation More Tense
.San Francisco The itrike tension is increasiong in coast ports.
One Steamship Co. Flukes
San Diego The Pacific steamship Co. meets the demands of the
strikers and their ships will unload today.
Villa And Carranza Together
El Paso Reports apparently reliable reached here today saying
that Villa is verv much alive and an ally of Carranza. It is reported
that he has induced his followers to join the Carranza army.
Troops Moving To Border
Washington Fifteen thousand National Guardsmen are on their
way to the Mexican border and by the end of the week 25,000 will be
on the ground.
The war department has ordered an embargo on all commerce
with Mexico, pending developments in the present crisis.
Carranza's reply is expected today.
On the suggestion of Secretary Lansing that their offer was un
timely, the South and Central American republics have withdrawn
the proffer of their good offices in the interest of peace between the
United States and Mex'co.
In event of war it is planned to patrol the border by means of air
Wreck U. S. Consulate
Eagle Pass Refugees from Torreou state that on June 18 anger
ed Mexicans attacked and wrecked the U. S. consulate.
European War News
London The Allies are crowding the Teutons hard in all zones
of great war
Chicago Colonel Roosevelt quits.
He tells the Progressive patty that he must defeat Wilson and to
that end will support Hughes. Declares that the Republican plat
form includes many Progressive planks.
Guardsmen Rushing To Front
Washington Thousands of National Guardsmen are being lush
ed to the front at Mexico. Railroads of country are expediting
movement of troops.
War depends now on Carranza's reply to the administration's
demands. The blame placed on Mexico by the administration is
strengthened by the report of Captain Morley.
The Eastern Battle Front
London Officers arriving at Kiev, Russia, from the front, and
whose reports have been cabled here, describe tie breaking down ot
all German attacks at Stockhod river by the Russians. Gorman re
serves were hurled back and the Russians are advancing.
German prisoners describe the Russian gunfire as an inferno of
shot and shell similar to that which has torn the Verdun lines for
Some British Activity
Berlin Much fighting activity today on the British part of the
west front and on north wing of French line. Important activities
at these points for several daws.
Noted Aviator Dead
Oshkosh, Wis. Aviator Niles killed. He was married only six
Italians Report Victory
Rome A geueial retreat of Austrians is taking place now on the
Trentino sector along a front of 10 miles. Italians are vigorously
following up their advantage.
Monday, June 26
Honolulu The All Chinese baseball team defeated the Santa
Claras in yesterday's game, the score being 6 to 5.
Only Fifteen Missing
Field Headquarters U. S. Army in Mexico Thirty-eight strag
glers from the ambush at Carrizal had reached headquarters up to a
late hour last night. It is officially given out that the number miss
ing is fifteen.
Captain Morey Is Alive
San Antonio Captain Morey, reported killed at Carrizal, is
alive and has been rescued by American troops. Desperately wound
ed and expecting to die he sent a report of the fight to General Persh
ing, being unable to move himself. Men sent forward to the relief
found Captain Morev in his hiding place and finally got him into the
That the Mexicans fired the first shots continues to be the report
of officers and men.
Coast Artillery Moves
San Francisco Seven companies of coast artillery which have
been stationed here have been ordered to leave this morning for the
Lower California border Thev loft in a special train at 2 this morn
ing, under command of Major Lawrence Brown! Los Angeles and
San Diego are without military defense until these companies arrive
More Notes Threatened
Washington-In a note to Mexico the president charges that
Carranza ordered the Carrizal attack and demands disavowal. Note
also demands immediate release of colored soldiers captured at Cam
Unless there is a speedy reply of a satisfactory nature from Car
ranza the President will address Congress on the subject, and will
probably ask it to approve t declaration of war. Every chance will
be given Mexico, however, to be heard on the Carrizal outrage.
Fighting In The East
London The Russians swarm Bukowina and push on towards
Hungary. The Austrians are in precipitate retreat before the Rus
sians in the eastern zone. The Italians have also resumed a big
offensive in unison with the Russian drive. Troops of the Czar are
said to be already stoiming the mountain passes in their march south
ward. British Drive In West
(The foil wing despatch is crcditted to Berlin, but sounds more
like a London cable.)
Berlin The army ot Kitchener begins aggressive in the west.
British starts big movement. They develop pronounced artillery ac
tivity in their zone of France, along the Belgian border. The object
is to relieve Verdun anq help the Russian advance.
London hears news and expects titanic drive against the Ger
mans in the Ypres sector.
Sunday, June 25
HonoluluA noted educator from the Imperial University, To
kio, is coming to Honolulu to complete a text book for children.
On account of objections raised by Supervisor Hatch to closed
doois, the budget for the citv will be discussed in open session.
The Santa Claras took the first baseball game vesterday, defeat
ing St. Louis five to four. One of visiting players broke a leg and
another a rib,
Sugar stocks recovered rapidly on the last day of the week.
McBryde will pay another dividend ol fifty cents a share.
Battle Probably In Progress
El Paso A fierce battle is repotted to be raging between Mexi
cans and Americans. The story is that the column sent out by
General Fiinstoti to relieve the survivors of the tight at Carrizal have
been attacked bv Mexicans. The report is not verified. Circtun
stances favor its accuracy, however, and military officers are inclined
to credit it. It is known that General Trevino has several thousand
men at his command, well armed with American rifles. Reports
coming from Mexican sources is to the effect that a battle is raging
Mexican Governor Declares War
Brownsville General Narrarrette, Mexican commander at Tam
aulipas. has issued circulars over his own signature lo the people of
Matamora declaring that the latest crossing of U. S. forces intoMexi
co constituted an act of, war and has been so construed by the Mexi
can authorities. He announces that a state of war with the United
.States exists and warns all Americans to leave the country on penalty
The Fight At Carrizal
San Antonio Captain Boyd, the commander of the calvary
troop of the 10th, Infantry ambushed at Carrizal, was wounded
twice but led his brave men until finally shot from his horse, with a
bullet in the eve, from which he died. Lieutenant Adair then took
command, made a second charge upon the Mexicans, took their gun
but was himself shot, Both army army officers made heroic strug
gles against tremendous odds. The colored cavalrymen made a
charge through Carrizal, but paid dearly for it. Not one officer re
turned to the base and forty men of the troop are missing.
The situation in northern Mexico is threatening.
Union Helps A Union
San Francisco The Building Trades announce support to the
striking longshoremen, a resolution to that effect having been pass
London Russia clears the crown lands and reaches the moun
tains, capturing important towns at the foothills and reaches the
Carpathians held fast by von Linsengen.
In the north Bukowina is completely in the hands of BrussilofT.
Prince Gains At Verdun
The Teutons under the Prince make definite and important gains
in desperate fighting against the French or. the Verdun front.
Washington Relations between the United States and Mexico
have been strained to such a point by the Carrizal fight that it is be
lieved that the snapping of the thread is imminent. This massaore
seems quite likelv to constitute the last straw.
Secretaries Lane and Baker conferred with the President today.
Mexico Threatens Further Attacks
Chihuahua Reports have been received here that American
columns have been seen advancing across the border from San Antonio
in the direction of Ojocaliente. General Trevino, commanding the
Carranza forces between Chihuahua and San Antonio, has ordered an
attack by the Mexicans in case the Americans do not immediately rs
treat. Trovino says that he will treat the new detachment as the
10th Cavalry was treated at Carrizal.
Seventeen Are Prisoners
Chihuahua Seventeen colored American troopers captured at
Garizal were brought here today. What will be done with them has
no' yet been decided.
Pope Would Avert War
London A Rome despatch says that the Pope lias appealed to
both President Wilson and President Carranza to avert war between
Mexico and the United States.
Latin America For Peace
San Salvador Ecuador has telegraphed to Latin American
countries urging them to take combined action to prevent war be
tween Mexico and the United States.
Russian Steamer Sunk
Petrograd Russia suffered another disaster in the' Black Sea
last night, the steamer Mercury being sunk by a mine, Of the 550
persons aboard, 400 were lost, including civilians and soldiers, many
Battling At Verdun
Paris There was renewed violtnce on the Verdun front today.
The Germans were ejected from the positions occupied by them yes
terday. Germans Captnre A Steamer
London The steamer Brussels has been captured by German
patrol boats and taken to Zeebrugge.
Guardsmen Would Fight
Honolulu National Guard ofheers are onenng their services to
General Johnson tor the Mexican border. Company commanders
from every island have volunteered for duty with regulars.
Saturday, June 24
Honolulu Marcus Monsarrat, sou of Dr. W. T. Monsarrat is a
lieutenant with a New York regiment on his way to the front. He
has bten attending West Point.
Train Wreck On Maui
Word from Maui tells of a terrible railway disaster, laborers being
killed when locomotive jumps from track. The wreck took place at
Hana. Five are dead and more than a score are badly injured,
Antipodes Back Exposition
New Zealnnd and Australia aie back of the pU:ns for an exposi
tion nt Honolulu. Letters to Pan-Pacific club endorsed idea and piom
iscs to bank it.
San AntonioThe truth ubout the massaue of Amerkan cavalry
men by Mexicans a few days ago is beginning to come out. . Seven
survivors of the fight have reached the camp of General Pershing.
They were horse holders and succeeded in escaping, They tell the
story of the little band of two troops of cavalry being betrayed by the
Mexicans. Captain Boyd, the senior officer, went into conference
with the Mexican commander, not suspecting any Double, when his
men were attacked by overwhelming forces. The attack ended in a
fearful massacre of the colored troopers. The cavalrymen held out
five hours in the hot sun, fighting back, and were then ridden down
by overwhelming bodies of Mexican troops.
Washington Greatly Stirred
Washington This city, includirg officii Idotn, is gually stintd
by the report from General Pershing of Mcxicr.u li-cchury.
The tension is growing houily.
''Fnnston has asked for mote men '-ml he shnli have them", says
Secretary of War Baker
All red tape is being cut oil and the militia has been ordered to
the border as speedily as it can be gotten into campaigning condition.
Million Mexicans Volunteer
El Paso The Mexicon government states that one million Mexi
cans have volunteered tor service.
Russian Advance Formidable
London The Russians swarm the crown lands of Bukowina like
locusts. Thev are again headed for the Carpathian passes and the
Austrians admit that the situation is getting beyond their control in
the east. Germany is creditted with sending relief.
The campaign of the Russians is also menacing German control.
Italians Make Progress
Rome The Italians ate making progress in Orsa valley.
Paris The Germans bombarded t h e French lines in
Champagne region today and made three infantry attacks along a
1200 yard front but all were repulsed'
Minor infantry operations took place on Verdun sector today.
In Tub Circuit Court ov Thk
Fii'tii Judicial Circuit,
Territory ok Hawaii.
At Chambers In Divorce.
SUENO TANIGUCHI (w)
SHOICHIRO TANIGUCHI (k)
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE.
To SHOICHIRO TANIGUCHI,
Libelee above named:
Take notice that the Libelant
above named has filed in the above
entitled Court a libel for divorce
against you, alleging as a ground
and cause for divorce the wilful
and utter desertion on the part of
you, said Libelee, of her, the said
Libelant, for the term of one year
and over, to wit, for the period of
more than two years: and also
alleging as fuither grounds for
divorce th extreme cruelty of the
Libelee towards Libelant on va
rious and sundry occasions during
the past six years, and non-support
of the Libelant, by Libelee,
for a period of more than sixty
days, up to and including the
date of the filing in this honorable
Court of the aforesaid libel; and
praying that the bonds of matri
mony heretofore and now exist
ing between vou, said Libelee, and
her, said Libelant, be absolutely
dissolved, and that the time and
place for the hearing and determi
nation of said libel for divorce has
been fixed and determined as and
on Friday the 28th day of July,
A. D. 1916, at the hour of 9
o'clock in the foienoon of said
day, at the Court room of the
above-entitled Court i n Lihue
County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, at which time and place
the hearing of said libel will be
had and a decree made and enter
ed in accordance with the evi
Dated Lihue. Kauai, T. H.,
May 23, 1916.
By the Court;
D. Wat. Dean,
C. S. Dole, Lihue, Kauai, Attor
nev for Libelant.
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