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Servian Ringleader of Plot to Kill
Archduke Francis Ferdinand
and Wife of Austria Tells How
Himself and Accomplice Be.
solved on Deed Four Others
Were in Conspiracy. .
. VIENNA, Austria, July 3. (Asso
elated Press by Federal Wireless)
Oabrinovirs, the Servian anarchist who
threw the bomba at the royal earriag
of Archduke Francis Ferdinand and
' Uurhesa'of Hohenburg at Herajevo last
Munday, confessed to bia part ia the an
sassination'of the royal couple today.
He described bow the deed had been
rarefully planned. While at Belgrado
he learned that Archduke- Ferdinand
and bia wife were to be at Sarajevo. He
at once communicated with . Prinslp.
They discussed the details with the re
suit that they agreed to assassinate tho
royal couple and their suite and then to
die for .their fatherland. ,''.-
Gabrinovics agreed to , throw the
bombs, Prinzip to arm himself with re
volvera aad be ia readiness in the eveut
that the bombs failed to do their dead
ly work. The result showed: that It
was this precaution that resulted in the
success of the, murderous expedition,
Gabrlaovles declared that he secured
th bombs end revolver front the secre
tary of tha Pan-Servian Union, ' The
two accomplices, assassins, hlrsself anl
rinjtip, he added, had four other aeeom
pllces,- who were supplied with bombs
apd revolvers.,-.., w j . ;
-' Tbe funeral pf Frdiaal , and bis
wife will be held at twelve, o'clock to
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;jeaiser may . nqt -w.r
I t i 1 ATTEND FUNERAL
! POTSDAlt, tiermany,. July 2; (A-
aociated Press by Federal Wireless)
Kaiser Wilhelm baa abandoned ' bis
plans for a journey 'to Vienna to at
- tend the funeral of Archduke Francis
Ferdinand and . the Dncheas'of Hohen
berg, who were assassinated last Hun
' day. -t
' The reason given for abandoning the
trip is tbe fact that the Kaiser is auf-
fering with a bad cold and that symp
toms oi lumDago are apparent.
BRITISH SUBJECTS '
REMAIN IN MEXICO
CITF OF MEX!30; July 2. (Asso
elated Press by Federal Wireless) De
spite tbe warning soumloj by Sir Lionel
Garden, In which he urged all British
subjects to leave the City of Mexico
before it ' became' impossible to move
the trains, but thirty-six of the eiht
hundred, British residents of this city
have heede'd the warning. '
, It ia authoritatively stated that the
high rate of exchange ia the reason fui
large numbers of Demons rlaim'ng Brit
ish citizenship remaining behind, go
hi uh is tbe rate' that ninny have been
unable to secure . sufficient funds to
lesve. ' '
, Tbe Mexican dollar ' Is' worth but
K twentv-seyen cents jfold today.. , ,
S OF RECEIVERS
. - CINCINNATI, Ohio, July t (Asso
elated Press by Federal Wircl-sn) He
reivers were appointed toduy,' for the
Cincinnati. Ilamiltoh Dayton Rail
road Company, upon the application of
, the Bankers', Trust Company of New
York. . i ' .- -;, ''.'- ' - '
The petitioners seek to foreclose on
m mortgage against the railroad com
lany amounting to Sjil,(liHl,UO(i, the eom
puny having defaulted he interest on
its bond held by tbe ew York bank
The failure of the H, D. is takon
as an indication by the bankers an
' business: interests 'of the east, as o.n
evidence of buslnens depreksion goiierul
lhroughout the country.'
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NICHOLSON TO SUCCEED
id, Press by Federal VV'lroluss) tkn-w
tury of tbe Navy Josephua Daniels "s
terdsy desiguated Kenr Admiral NLhol
sen to succeed Bear- Admiral fcutliu
land si member of tho, general no k'U,
Jiesr Admiral Hutherlaud will be ro
turned July 11). , '.;
Striking Picture of the Resolute Beating to
6f f.Sandy HobWL and Skipper of
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GREECE SOOH TO
HAVE BIG SHIPS
Twalv vMJJlto lOollwClieclt Ja
'Payment for Battleships daho
W AMrrl Nil TON, July ii-r-X Associated
Fress by. Federal Wirelesa)-rinal r-
rangenufota for the transfer to Urce-e
of the battleship Idaho, now at Naples,
were completed here yesterday. '.The
battleship Maine' has been ordered to
sail for aonie Italian port to receive the
Idaho 'a Greek erew. '' ' '.
The .battleship Mississinni will be
turned over to Greek sailors at Newport
News nett week.''-i. - '' ', .
. The check for twelve million dollars,
the purchase price 'Of the two battle
ships, will be delivered to the navy de
partment today. . .-;'.;'; ' - v -
WAR UNlTliiNS ARE
LANDED BY NAT
DUBLIN, Ireland, July 8. (As-
so'lated Press by Federal Wire-
les)-Th Irish National Volnn-
teers, organised to offset the VI-''
ster Unionist. Volunteers, yester-;
day . succeeded la landing four
hundred rises of ammunition and
eight hundred rifles during tho
absence of tho police. . .. .'
BEGINS TO -
FEEL PUBLIC PULSE
WASHINGTON, July 2. (Associat
ed Presa by Federal Wireless) Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson and J. Firpont
Morgan; were in eouferenc for a con-
siderablo length of time today, it being
believed, that the President and .the
great Wnll Street financier were dis
cussing '.business conditions throughout
the country. . .
H has been announced that Pre
dent Wilsou intends to have a series
of conferences with the leading, bus!
ness men of the country, In order to
secure their views of tbe proposed trust
leglslatiop. ' ' ;
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SAN FRANCISCO BALLOON '
FOB ST. LOUIS RACE
BAN FRANCISCO, July S. (Assort,
sted Press by Federal Wireless)--',Bo
Frnnclsco J15 " is the name of tbe
Lalloon entered here yesterday by the
I'aciflo Aero Club to take part in the
national balloou race, scheduled to take
placs at fct. Louis, July 11.
,' HONOLULU, HAWAII TERRITORY, FRIDAY, JULY 3. 1914.
: REBEL GENERAL?
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Consul Silliiban Sent to Saltillo to
' Represent United States at Car-
ranza'l Temporary Capital ,
. WASlJlNflTON July; s. (Aasoj'irit
ed Press fcy Feiteral Wireless)--Amer-Iran
Consul Billiman leaves here today
tor Saltillo, Mexico,' to repres-ut the
United btates at the temporary cajnt"
of General Carrunea. .-: , ' ; -,,
Hilliman, was foruiorly American con
sul at Torreon where' under ordi-rs of
the Huerta forces he . was imjirlsoned
for severat diys previous to tho erp-!
ture of that city by the .rebel." Tho
reason for- bis imprisonment . it was
claimed was bees oe of bia , supposed"
sympathy for Ilia linstitiitioiialiss,
biit iu reHlity because be was a f prim r
classmate and personul rrleuil or l'l, si
dent Wilson. '. -:. '.
The aending of Billiniiin bV the Unit
ed States is takon as practially a rec
ognition of the Constitutionalist aup
in Mexico. I
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, MAN ENDS HIS LIFE
NEW YORK, July 3. (Associated
Press by Federal Wireless) Ouy ITiil-
lips, assocfata secretary or the -Missouri
I'aclfia Railroad, committed sui
cide here yesterday in tho ollices of fie
company. Uespoudency is given as tho
cause of the act. ','.'- '
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ENGLAND ELIMINATED IN
v . CHALLENGE CUP RACE
HENLEY, England, July J. (AmociV
ated Press by Federal WirelesH)-Enjr-land
'a rowing prowess was not equal
to the test today, when tbe elimination:
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Governor oi Massachusetts Makes
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Nation-wide Appeal for Hun-, .
I i dreds Made Homeless. : - ,.t
IISTON,-July 3-( Associated Press
by J'ederal Wireless) (iovernor Walsh
of Massahusetts has appealed to Prea
idont Wilson asking that the govern-
nieiit ma Hi an appropriation, of $-00,-
U00 to aid the Halem fife sufferers.; : ' :
.Governors of each State and mayors
of all the large cities throughout tho
t'nitjfd States also will be Appealed to
Auillion dollars is required to meet
the iemergeucy. .- ' -. '
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SIGHTSEERS FLOCK TO ; , t
1VD3W LASSEN VOLCANO
';' REDDING,' California,' July 2. (As
sociated Press by Federal Wireless)
Three eruptions have occurred in Mount
Lassen during the last forty-eight
hours, making a total of fifteen erup
tions; during the recent outbursts. '
It- Is estimated that the column of
steam reaches a height of at least a
mile, forming a niagnihVeut apectcla,
whirb is bringing largo ' throngs of
sightseers to this place. Thf sulphur
stenc.b continues very strong.
beat's for the Grand Challenge cup were
rowed on the historic Thames. Tbe
Fnrrh)h crew was eliminated in the first
trial. ' The successful crews were three
of tha Union Boat Club of Hoston, the
Harvard second eight, Winnipeg (Can
ada) end the May once Rowing Club,
Germany. The German crew's time of
seven minutes twenty-two seconds wss
fifteen seconds faster thau Harvard 's,
w.' Burton, AmaUur Bilp 4
per, at Wnesl of Sir Thot Xy- it
ton's 23-Metre Bhamrocfc. . A
Patriotio - Exercises at jCapitol
fa r M
Gr'ownda. Arranaed'in Houor"
of Nation's NaUl Day.'
:-'Patriotic, teninrs befit tinx tae", dny
will be held rtu the Fourth ol Jj'iv
tmi o'ctork on the Cn'pitol gri'ihiori nM
tWr tse auspirch. or th i-hamoer , o:
commerce. ,'Ao elaborate irogram uat
been prepared and a full natinnnl sal
ute of twenty one gmm .'will ba, fl cod
by the first pin toon of Company A o
the uational guard. Business'-house
and reililcnts are reiptesteil ty the
Chamber of. Commerce to ilUpiay the
nationHl emblem from their, buildings
and alni to take part In Jtl.e i Xcri-!
at the Cupilol. 'The following progra.d
has breu prepared i V-V
Nat ion it I salute National Ir " of
Hawaii. ' . ; .
i'ntrintic niia Hawaiian liat,. W
fessor II. Merger, leailer. - v '
Invoi-utiiin Kv. J. W. Waimi,i,
Intio.lu.'torj lemarktt -I'roaiong Of
. r-oiiu "America," Ka-nebainoLa
Bovs' School. -
Kesiling of Uie Declaration , ? Jink
pomleiire Hon., Chun. A. 4.illi''--
Ad.lrtHs l)i. W. I'. l'Vruwn '
' Xou -"Htnr Spanned Hannrr Ka
mi-hini-hii 3oya' Hchool.
The liov Scouts, nnder eon .nanjl, Ait
oniniiKHioiier J unit's .v. wili'.or, wi'I
utrol l lie grounds and render fcid.'m
anv wnv nei'e.iary, to lirrsunl, iUi te
audience. ' .
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Utultl.RI.1 DUUin, ;
WASHINGTON July 8. Us-
soiiited Press by Federal Wire-
less) At the direction' of JJresI-
dent Wilson, Lieut. Alfred J.
Booth was yesterday details,'.!, for
duty aa professor af militarV'srl- 4
euce at the Kuniehamehu fv-hools,
Honolulu. Lieutenant lioojh" la
now stationed with ('ompaav' H, F
Meco'nd Infantry, at Bihotleld Bar-
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OREGON SHERIFF BATTLES
WITH TRAIN ROBBERS
PENDLETON. Oregon,, July 2.-
(Associated Proas by Federal Wireless)
In a battle with bandit in tha aisle
of a ehain'ar,, Sheriff' MacDuffey gave
a most worthy accouut of himsi-lf early
this morning. MacUuncy, 9itwltn
standing the fart that be was slightly
wounded, succeeded in killing one and
wounding another of tha train robbers.
The passenger tn the train wer un
injured, while a majority of them foiled
the roliliers by concealing their valu
GEAN AIRSHIP IS
READY FOR FLIGHT
Passenger : Carryinjf Machine to
Start Across Atlantic on .
'; July 15.
HAMM)NrPCHT, New York,' July
1. (Associated 1'ress by Federal Wire-lca)-Plloted
by Glen H. (Hirtisa, tbe
"America," the new Rodman Wana-
iiRlurf transatlantic. , hydroaeroplane,
nade snceesfu trial fight venter-
la r. !.' The machine a ron without diffl-
iilty, . carrying Ave thousand, pounds
t materlnl and seven passengers. ' The
flight continued for some time, the- air
ind sea craft finally alighting without
liftlculty.' . ' ' i. ' i , , . -
Unless there is a change in plans the
new mschiae is scheduled to start on
its trsnsJtlsntie flight on 'July 15.
Tbe.Curtiss company, as well as Lien-
lenaat' Porte, has received many eon-
fratulations on the choice of J. Lansing
Callan as a probable third pilot for the
Wanamaker boat Callan has had a
lde experience in his capacity as chief
instructor in tho Curtiss school. He
has flown more than 5t,0OO miles with
wt an-accident and last year made a
ecord of 1560 miles in three ronsecn
live days, an average of I5-'0 miles a
Iny. ' Ilia skill , will prove '' ' valuabW
isnet to the expedition after leaving
the A tores. Callan la twenty-six yean
Old. . .:,
Lieutenant Porte said today that
ocean ' patrol bad heea arranged loi
and that the greatest need of patrol
vessels would be about the Asorea. lit
nliiM a makji two tuna theye nnm St
I lores, at the western end or tbe group. 1
d the other at Fayat, at the Enteral
Tbe supply station at Vigo, Wain,
will be arranged for by Hodman Wana
maker 'a representative, Sumner R
llolleader, who is now ia F.nglsnd.
Porte said that he had not keen ad
vised aa to what had been done there
hut presumed everything was all right
W ben' forte ana iianett mane vnen
'"ht'tbere will ba from ticbty to onr
hmdrd -vessels: an-, the Beaa between
America and .Europe, waica greatly in
creases the poesibilittf of- their bing
I v ed p p- a so. o t .a y id nt f
The svintors evidently do not 'an
tidpato being cast away, and Porte
innounced today that be would, taac
only- fresh food, simh as- biled -ergs.
cooked meats and bread, with him.
Also he said he would not wait for
moonlight nights if he did not succeed
in ' getting away in time to take ad
vantage of the full moon July !". He
ava that with the instruments with
which the machine It equipped It w.l
not b difficult to fly in total darkness
Daniel Kamahu Seeks to Secure
Salary Held tip by Civil Ser. ;
:. Vice Commission Ruling. '
Hawaii 'a supreme court was yester
day asked to settle two questions whicl
have arisen through the appointment o.
Uauiol Kamahu, to a qatalnoy' in thi
Honolulu; police force, by Sheriff ('has
H. Roe. The suit la euUtlwl, "Dan
lei Kamabn vs. James Bii'kuell, audito
I of the City and County of Honolulu.
and the points at Issue are submitted oi
a statement of agreed facta a tw . tht,
conrfa deriaion. : , '.. y . '
the supreme' ort ia asked to se.ttli
two points! First, was Kamahu 'a pro
motion, from the pusitioo of sergeafii
to that of captain, legal;, and secoud
was there aa ImplieHl contract, througt
this appointment, that Kamahu. was en
titled to-salary at the rate of tllO's
moo in, rrom juna i to June jot.
The parties to the suit allge that
Kamahu was appointed' oa June 1. by
Sheriff Rose, this being ia t natnr
of a pVoinotion "hat on June 3 . th
sheriff . nutifled the! civil service com
mission of this appointment, aa well at
that of J. K. Kanepuu, promoted from
clerk to tha deputy sheriff to chief clerl
of the wilt- department!, and J. M. Ha
lakiela; an altogether new apiointmeut
appointed to succeed'. Kanepuu ns clerk
to the deputy sheriff.
On June 12 the civil service com mis
sioir replied to H her iff Rose's aotifica-
tion that that body declined to approve
these appointments and called attoutioi
to the rules and regulations approved
by tbe commission in regard to polief
department appointments. It is also al
HKed that on Juue 10 th civil service
eommvssioa called for a competitive ei
smiuatiou, but that neither - Kamahu
nor the other two Hose appointees took
th examination, they bing told by th
sheriff not to. Tho board of supervisors
la said to have approved Bberiff Rose't
payroll for tha month of June, which
included Captain.' Kamahu 'a 1 10 sal
ary, but -the auditor, tn the face of this
approval, declined to Issue a warrant
for the salary. Hence the stilt.
Thompson. Wilder, Milverton ft Ly
mer represent Kamah and Deputy City
Attorney P. L. Weaver appears for the
WHOLE NUMBER. 3916
Messchaert Groove, Latest Discov
ery in Principle of Bugar MU1
Mechanics May Be Universally '
Adopted Increases Extraction
Two Per Cent and Output by
Fifteen Per Cent.
, William 0. Mall, manager of Catton,
Nelll and Company, haj secured the
sole agency for the Messchaert Groove,
for which American and foreign patenti
have recently beea Issued. It gives
promise of replacing the old aystem of
crushing used in sugar mills. . '
Tha Messchaert Groove ia described
by Mr. Hall aa being a discovery rather
than invention. The discovery of this
new principle In mill nmrh .;... i. i.
eady generally re!ognited aa one of .
hs most important advances made in
mgar milling in recent years. . -
It has been widely adopted in Ha
raii. The first Messchaert roll was In
tailed in the Onbn Hugar Couipany's
nill st W'sipahu t hristmas Day, 1H13.
June 8U, ninety-seven rolls provided '
rith this improvement were in use in
Tactically all of the larger sugar mills
a this Territory and twenty-three are
a operation elsewhere.
P. A. 0. Messchaert, chief engineer '
f the Oaho Sugar Company discovered
ind baa patented this mechanical prin
iple. Tho patent is a broad add an.
Micsble to all machinery which M
racU liquids from any aubstanees by
treasure between rollers.. Hence this
latent will not necessarily be limited
a iU application to sugar milling ma
chinery. . " - ' ., .-- - , J
History of SisooTary. 'V .,
Mr. Messchaert has prepared a brief
listory of this .discovery for publics
ioa Id one of the technical journals.'
The . discovery resulted frpm a long
eriea of obsttrvatiets on the moistnre
ntiiat of 4he batfnssn at different
wr.rvvii.ihcitroh.-flnt ftf iue mm.
itudies were alxu made of the stresses
leveloped in th rolls. . -.
.In part he states .that 'the . first
ymptom observed whero mills wrk
ioorly is that the bagasse showa wet
n spots, caused by an accumulation of
iuice in a break id the blunket as it
passes between the top-roll and t,ho
feed-foil. This break la not flllnd up oa
the returner bar. Consequently , tbe
hlgnket ia thiuner and breaks at that
place when.-it; pusses the . discharge
roller. ' . . , , .
"If the top-roll is very smooth. in
places the break in tha blanket srill
be large on. account of the greater slip. '
Thei quantity of juico accumulated at
that spot will be shot, out at tbe first
relief of pressure.", '. ,',-,' , ,
':.- Where Remedy Was Needod. : ,
Messchsert deduced from ' this that
the. blame did not'rest with tha trash
plate as other observers bad supposed. ,
He lielieved that the - remedy would
have to be applied at . the point 'jot
greatest pressure which is at tbe point
or Foutact Detwaen tbe top and feed- .
on. .'t he Brut attempt to remedy this .
vss to keep the roller surface routt ;
ind prevent slippinir. Freuuent chances
if rolls was made, tho old oas beUg
taken out and resharpeued whenever
they' became smooth. , '
An Intermediate canvass belt carrier
s also .tried. Helt , carrier , wr
placed, betweon all thev milli ,iu,- a
welve-ioller set, the bagasse from tha
Tiisher feeding into th first mitt on. a
Hie carriers did their work well -ept
that -when working t uiaximunt
apacity they rinsed the ouly outlet for
the expressed juice, which was over tb
top of th feed-roll. ' Hardly any juicn
waa ftxtracted bv the feed roller, the
hulk being carried, over tho returner
bar leaving practically all the work, to
bo done by th discharge roller. The
result was a drop in extraction. Thera -was
an increase in moititure content of
th bagasse, contrasted tbe old method .
worked at the same rat of milling. . '
Second Reinady UnsuccessfuL , ,
The next .remedy tbat.be tried was
to devise a method Of pumpiug out tha
nice from in front of, the feed and .
top rolL This wa unsuccessful but: it ;
jsve aim the idea -that he has develoi- .
ed Into the . patented-: Mewcbarri .
Uroov. ' . ' .':.'.. . ;
He says "After we put In flftewa
circumferential grooves one and three
quarter inches deep, three-eighth pf an
iuch wide on tho feed-roll of Mill Four,
the success of the idea was fully dem- '
onstrated immediately. WJiile tbe opn- ' "
ing between th top-roll, feud roll and ' '
lriv-roll was kejt choking full a be- '
fore, the bagass simply fell on the
feed-roll and fed iuto the mill without '
the least effort, after th juice grooves
wcr iuntalleil." . . . Vt
'. Prlnoipl Explained. .';
He says that the philosophy of It i
this: When there are do juice grooves '
the Juice has to run up hill to get out
and thus forms a little pool ou top of
the feed-foil.. The bagasse -feeding into
the mill has to fore its way lon
through thi "pool agaiust cousideraMa
otresin pressure oier(iting against if. .
'It is xery mut-h like two persona "
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