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f-Jonenfois Events Transpiring
ONDON, July 1 6Despite !a most rigid censorship, sufficient is
J trom Uerratiny to make it certain tiat most momentous events
lerraany to make it certain tiat most momentous events are taking
place and that the hold of
Rumbrs that the Kaiser is about to abdicate have reached Holland, coupled with
a knowledge that the Berlin press is advocating a joint dictatorship, with von Hin
dehburg and von Lundendorff to, be given practically supreme power, political
: A" Emperor Charles of Austria is openly advocating
as early a peace as can be found practicable, in which he is being
. backed by the representatives of one of the' most powerful Ger
. man states, with every Indication that the peace party is, about
to be joined by many of tha units of the German confederacy, -'
V;' V. - PRESS STILL FOR WAR - ' C-.-
: The voice of the press raised
dictatorship does not Indicate, however, that the Prussian people
desire peace at this time, while the nomination of George Michael.is
as imperial .chancellor, officially announced by the Kaiser, brings
no hope of an early settlement of the political crisis, brought about
. by the popular demand for electoral reforms. ' v ::-.;.-:v
' , The resignation of , von Bethmann-Hollweg, it is now known,
was fsreed by the Crown Prince, who is bitterly opposed to the
pian proposed oy me rormer cnanceiior to agree to the demands
of the-reichstag for reforms in the electoral laws and who has as
well, a personal dislike to von Bethmann-Hollweg. He denounced
. the chancellor to the Kaiser as too liberal and demanded bis resig
nation. . "' : .. . .
"i :-! 'V MICHAELIS A BUREAUCRAT, - : i'
:, Michaelis who succeeds von Bethmann-Hollweg, is a bureau
crat, favored by the Crown Prince. It will be his prerogative now
to select a ministry, which, under the German constitution, is not
responsible to the reichstag, but to. him alone. It is already evi
dent, that his selections are to be of men who are not in favor of
granting any of the electoral reforms demanded, nor of increasing
the power of the reichstag to make the ministry at all responsible
to or representative of, the reichstag majority. .
. - ; V', ABDICATION RLTlVtOR DOUBTED . ; .. . ;: ' ,
- the. sensationar ru'mors "which' be" came current yesterday In
Denmark and Holland, that the Kaiser has decided to abdicate in
favor of his youngest son, Prince Joachim, passing over the claims
of the Crown Prince, Prince Eitel-Friedricn, Prince Adalbert and
rYince August wimeim, is not credited herealthough It is admitted
iC t i i . -Li . , , .
that it. Is quite possible that the Kaiser feels his throne slipping
and may be casting about for some means of saving the situation,
allowing the rumor of, his -possible abdication to aain currency in
nrHor in FOtinita tha Harmon narin In knknil kim. ..i ..... U.
, vi vi iv ivuiiuv ii iv. yuiiiaii kJuupic ucimiu llllll ttllU ICdVO UIC IIIUll-
nous reichstag without any popular following. .
: The fact of the accepted resignation of the imperial chancellor,
Bethmann-Hollweg,' and the nomination of George Michaelis is of
ficial, having been sent out by wireless from Berlin and the mes
sage caught by the British admiralty station. The Berlin message
was sent out by the German government, ; , ;
" . . WAR MINISTER VON STEIN OUT
. Another official announcement from Berlin, forwarded here
from Berne, announces the resignation of General von Stein, Ger
man minister of war. Von Stein has been a leader in the Pan
German party and is one of the most bitter, opponents of the re
cently promulgated doctrine of peace without indemnities and with
out annexations. : His resignation, following on the heels of that
of the imperial chancellor, indicates the substantial growth of the
peace party throughout Germany.
An earlier official statement from Berlin was to the effect that
the Kaiser had been -in conference with his commander-in-chief,
von Hindenburg and his chief of staff, von Lundendorff, going over
the military situation. '
f . v;- REICHSTAG HOLDING FIRMLY .
v Berlin reports jsay that the
again$i me cruwn ana military innuences to enforce parliamentarism.-
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, . The voting of the war credits is blocked pending the settlement
of the political issues, the reichstag standing by its refusal to vote
the appropriations unless the reforms are made. Meanwhile the
peace clamor in Germany and Austria is increasing. . The German
aove-nment is side-stepping anv statement of term Th rpirh.
stng refuses even to discuss the
UliU llllllldl 1513.
HAWAII IS AHEAD
Washington ..Tells- Why Islands
'. VAj-e'.Not Included In Draft
.'tm iij.in.'i" 1
(Associated pros By U, . Naval Oom
AMAHmfT(rl".7Bly lSi-Hwail is
nlreaily ', 100.4 tjiin' ovWits -quota of
volunteers,- it'; was announced lust
night. On the first draft this quota
will be distributed among the other
fetates and territories. This In the ex
Uauation of the tting of a later dnte
Jor registration anfl for the omission
-of the territory in the draft that is
'now at hand.' It stands in a rlnss alone 1
in this respect being the first to exceed
the requirements of the war depart
ment and the .fudge advocate gencrul.
In official Circles here it was reported
yesterduy fhut the flr.it draft under the
" military regiHtriiHoii plan w ill take
pluce during the coming week.
710N OF CHANCELLOR
DEM A ND FOR
Rumors State, Kaiser
Ab dicate--Rekhstag Firm "
the Hohenzollerns upon the
for the Hindenburg-Lundendorff
reichstag stands by its strike
war credits asked by the crown'
NAVAL GUNNER ON
(Associated Presa By V. 8. Naval Com
munication Service I
AN ATLANTIC POHT, July 15 -An
Am rlcHh schooner, name not nu
nounred, lias boen sunk by the enemy,
despite the presence on the vecl of a
naval gun crew and a defense gun. The
schooner was en route for (lenon, Itiily,
and was sunk, presumably, hi the Med
itcrroneaa. The gun ere consisted of
six men under a petty officer. The
navy department haa notified the own
ers of the loss of their ship.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI
take LAX ATI VB BROMO QDININK
(V-lilets, Druggists refund money ii
t fails to cure. The signature o(
: W. OUOVK ia on each boa. Man-
Uturcd.by the PARIS MKUICIKB
CO . 3t. to"ia, U, 8. A.
; HAWAIIAN GAZKTTT,!
Behind Veil of
German throne is sliDDini?.
Chang Hsun's Force
Surrenders and ; ;
Feng Kuo Chang Proclaims Him-
.1 self President of China follow
sing Completer Defeat of Mon
archists and Flight of Their
Leader ' ; -
(Associated Press Br XT. S. Naval Com
munlcatloa Service) t ,
- , WASHINGTON, Jul 15-Offielal
despatches from Peking. received by
the Chineiw legation say that following
bombardment of the ity pa ; tha
twelfth in which aeroplane were used
to drop bombs on .the headquarters of
Chang Haon and when tha republican
foreoa which had surrounded tha city
opened Ira and attacked ' the "pig
tailed troops," the entire 'opposing
force anrrendered and Chang Haua, tha
renei leader, took refuge in tha Dutch
legation, ; Peking la tranquil, the des
patch continued, and Premier Tuan .is
expected to coma to the Capital tomor
row. Iaa la restor! There were ao
Proclaim! Self President ; . , ' '. ; i
. .et last evening the Chine minis
ter transmitted to the state, department
copy . of a proclamation issued ' by
Feng Kuo Chang and la which he pro
claimed himself president of 'China. Li
having fled i the stress of 'danger
wush vnan; nsun ooiainea control of
, the reins of the government. Thi u
Ith fMt pition lamed by the
I.. . iiuiirmj
hit plans. . .,, ;
A despatch received yesterday from
Tientsin) gives reports from Peking be
fore the surrender. ; It said a Thursday
despatch from Peking reported that the
republicans were bombarding the tem
ple of heaven, where were the head
quarters of Chang Heun'. The', mon-
arcnista were aesperate but gave no
nigna of 'surrender and faoed . extermi
nation. Htray bullets . had wounded
Americans. Aeroplanes were directing
the aim of the besieging : republican
forcea. ' ' '-. r i. s "
Report Appear Exaggerated -
The later reporta ef the Mrrender
of the moaafchista and that there were
no casualties indicate that the message
to Tientsin war eeat in . state' of
alarm and waa exaggerated aa to dam
ages and losses In. administration, cir
cles here there Ja satisfaction express
ed at the outcome which indicates, an
curly return to peaceful conditions in
China. v ' . , . :. .-. .. ' " ,
' c i
The Chinese consul here received a
despatch similar to the one received by
the embassy in Washington dated Pek
ing July 13 and later 4he follow! ag
confirmation from he Chinese legation
in Washington: ;, . . j ;
"Rebel leader Chang 'a troops have
surrendered in whole and entirety.
There waa no damage whatever done
within the legation quarter. Order haa
been completely restored in Peking."
TOO FAST FOR JAPAN
Will Not Seek To Rival Navy and
Ship Building, Plans
(Associated Press By tX! S, Naval Com
DMinleatlon Serrtce) . . -
TOKIO, July J4Interpellated In
the bouse of peera today a to whether
Japan should keep pace with the Un
ited Htatea in naval expansiou, Admiral
Kato, minister of the navy, aaid that
there is no nerd of offsetting the Amer
ican program and that furthermore It
is iuipnuHiblw for Japan in her present
rmanciul condition. .
v ' . , ,
. FEDERAL RESERVE IS
! ' v ROLLING IN WEALTH
(Aasoctated Presa By n,g Naval Cow
. munlcaUoa Berrtce)
WABIUNUTON, VJuly 15-The re
".nurcea of tha federal reserve bapka for
the eek endiug July 13 increased
MU0,000 ever the previoui week,
1 1" inula the total reaflureee of the r-.
JeervJ bourd system t , 2) 74,20,000,.
TVIISPAY- JULY -1 7 7 19J7. -
OF OPPOSING DRAFT
Lawyer Labor Leader Deported
' From Bisbee Charged With
Treasonable Actions 1
(aodated Presa By V. 8 Naval Oomv
WA8BINOTOX. Julv liUWMMnt
Wilson last evening received teUrram
from, city andVcoaaty ofliciala of Bisbee
and,(ochise I'ounty, Arir.ona, and from
cltir.ens and. the buaineos men's orgaa
Uatioaa of the Wawen Mining District,
of which the rity is the center, which
assert that William B. Cleary, now with
cne (icponeii i. w. w. leadnra and atrik
tng tniner at Columbus, New Mexico,
openly fomented opposition to the-war
draft and the registration of eliglbles
nnder the bill, and that he later worked
and spoke in opposition to support for
the Liberty Loan. " Kxistina- eondi-
tlona are largely the result of Cleory'e'
iwivmRN - i vi jumi an II BS 09w m.
menace to the community, and during
recent daya his course has been nothing
thort of treasonable," the telegram
Cavalry Quell Biota
- Advices from Miami, in the Olobe,
Arizona, mining district, tell of the use
of two troops of cavalry to quell riots
there when the Oila County sheriff's
omcers anil towi,.onstalile were un
able to stop A meeting conducted by
L . 11. a .. ... . .
. d jmiimriai norsers or ine worm.
. Teleirrams from Columbus. New Mex
ico, last night aaid the deported I..W.
V.'snembers, marooned there by the
rmed guards who had rounded them
up in Hermanns, New Mexico, whence
they had been sent from Bisbee, Arlr
on, spent , their .first comfortable
light .last night since being marched
from home at the point of a loonqted
machine gun. , They passed the night
-inW'' canvas there, in tents supplied
by the army, and slept in bed for the
nrst time since Wednesday, ' -
Vot Held Aa Prlaonera .
'The men are not held as milftsjy
irisoners,- but the camp is policed by
army guarda and strict discipline is en
forced. The men are being fed on army
' Yesterday iroved to be a hard one
on the I. W. W. agitators, however.
I'hey were forced te put up their ewi
ents, dig their own latrines and make
'heir own beds', and while they Were
working the temperature made a record
scest, the, day being the hottest so far
T' tse, ear..'...Jt .was ao hot. that many
if tbej meo had' to.,tojv their wyrkj and
sported one are1'liui
front alight Wounds. 'I1'
The men etnte tbir desire to return
o Bisbee and have forwarded a request
o Washington that' they be supplied
with' aa army guard for their protoe
'ion and be returned to their home. .
V W. W. HeadquaiWs Balded
A despatch from Kansas City, Mie
fotiri.'said the headaarter ef the loeaj
branch of the Indmitrial Workers of the
World were raided 3 yesterday by the
io)ice and niae arreets of membra who
resisted the police wwre made. Two re
volver and a quantity of ammunition
were, seiaed, as well.hs a wagon load of
literature . -.-: i ; . ,.f.,-
"!-" 1 - -
iTALYr REFUSES TO . ;"
Extradition of Slayer of, Ruth
Cruger (s Denied
(Aaoclated Prea By V. I. Naval Com
ROMK, July 14 The Italian foreign
office has refused to consent to the
extradition of Alfred Coechl, the Ital
ian who murdered little Ruth Cruger
in hi shop in New York and fled to
Italy. It is held, that such eatradition
would violate the. fundamental law of
the kingdom. '
AT PERMANENT CAMP
(Associated Pre By U. B. Naval Com
munication Service) '
PARIS, July l-The vanguard of
the American soldier in t'reuce ar
rived toduy at their .permanent camp
just behind the front. They will start
rainiuaj in trench warfare Immediately.
General Siliert ia in command.
(Jen. J. J. 1'ersbing, commanding the
American contingent, in Prance, end
United States Ambassador Sharp, with
President Poiucare, reviewed tha troops
which made a great parade today at
Viaeennee, celebrating the national an
niverary iu honor' of the fall of the
Baslile. ' '
GOETHALS TP SEIZE,
(Associated Pre By TJ. B. Naval Com
WASHINGTON, July 1! General
Ooethals has completed bia plana for
the requimtioning of all the at eel nier-
ehantnien now being constructed in
American shipyards, to rush the com
pletion of these ships for service for
the government. tSome- two million
tuna of flipping will be affected.
The order of requisition will be is-
tniiioi roiv, following which extra
shift't of woikmen will be put to work
to liiirir the construction through to
eompli t on- In roanv yards work will
be. roiitimiou with three shifts.
SEMT - WFEKLY - w ',
Russia's Tremendous Offensive
. Compels Teutons To Rush
Forward Reinforcements 1 :
(lMNtiu fmi By u. l. Ntvsl Cesiaia
. ' alestlon Isrvtee)
.'NEW YORK, July ift While no
definite news hn i-oruc from either Ber
lin or Vie on rennrding the operationa
ia Galicia, beyond the laconie an
nonnr.ement from the war office la Ber
Ha that the Runn'ians operating oa the
Dneister have been checked In their at
tempts te follow up their recent vie
torlee, it la apparent that Germany ha
rnkhed fresh troops into this theater
of the war to MiflVn the Austro Ger
man resistance and bring the disorder
ly retreat to an end.
Pet rod red reports the capture of
Noviea, a minor position southeast of
Kaluaa, and the beating back ef two
eounter-attaek on the part of the Ger
mans, the Brut counters attempted by
the Teuton along this line for, ,two
week. . The offensive on the part of
tha defendera of l.emberg indicatea the
arrival of reinforcements. ,
The Russians have now broken the
original Austro-German line in Eastern
Oallcla along a front of fifty miles. It
ia apparent, howper, that the advance
ha stopped temporarily, appareatly to
allow Geaeral Korniloff te reassemble
hi forcea for another drive, v
much Drive Ia Indicated
' The intense irtillery fighting along
the entire French front, from Bt. Quen
tia, on the weitt, to east of Verdun,
continued throughout yesterday, rising
to its greatest Intensity along the Alan
section. This big gun work i taken as
aa indication that the struggle along
thla front is son to be recommenced
and that General I'etain will make an
other effort to break the German lines
here. . . ?
The French now have all the advent
age of position, holding the dominating
heights from 8oisson to Rheims and
oeiug able to choose their own time for
their open lighting. It has been , te
wrest back the ridges that the Crown
Prince has been 'sacrificing hi regi
ment during the past three weeks, ev
ery effort -having been fruitless.
Air Battles Are Waged
, Only' local operations' have ' taken
place on the British fronts in France
and Belgium, although some of the hot
test battles In the air for some time
have been taking place. On Thursday
fourteen German pfanea were shot dowa
while nine. British were lost. ' i
: The despatches from Berlin state the
British attacked on Friday night t
(.ombaertxyde, in Flanders, .and ; lost
heavily in the repulse they sustained.
Thi account of that fighting differ
materially- from the one included ia the
despatches' from London, whioh atate
that, the German were" the aggressors;
twioe attempting to rush the British
lines - and twice being driven back,
leaving many dead to mark the failure
of . their . operation. - f-
Vessel Is Run Down, Copper Seiz
ed and Officers Arrested '
:' -" -'.'-' j-
(Aaaodated Presa by U. B. Naval Oom
nwnleatioa Ber vice) .
NEW. YORK, July , 14 A United
Ktsies destroyer today . ran' down asd
stopped the Norwegian steamer Conrad
Motor, aome hour after the veaael left
this port. - The American officers' seiz
ed 10,000 feet of copper eable, which
is contraband, which waa concealed in
an oil tank. The officer of the Nor
wegian veaael have been arrested for
making a false manifest.
HEENEY WILL BE
CHIEF FOOD PROBER
'Associated Prase By U. S. Naval Com
muication Service) . ,
SAN BERNARDINO. July 15 Fran
cis J. Heeaey haa been requested by
the federal government to handle the
probe belnir made into the food aitua-
tlon and haa accepted. The announce
ment waa made here yesterday by Mr.
Heeney, who lay that the inveatira-
tion will probably extend over a period
of ten months.
ELEVEN MEN DROWNED
(Associated pTeaa By V. B. Naval Com-
uuicsuhb atrv)ce '
I.ONnON. Jul . 1J. Tl... t.u:.i.
transport. Armadale haa been sunk n
the Atlantic ocean, with the loss of
eleven men. Hhe was csrryiair only a
few troop when attacked by the rub
U. S. ARRANGES FOR
(Aasoctated Pre By TJ. & Naval Com
WASHINGTON, July MTbe war
department today announced the or
ganization of a bureau , called the
" America prisoner' Central Commit
tee", by the legation at Berne, Swfl
serland, for tha relief pf war prison
rr who may be taken.
TRANSPORT IS SUNK
FORCED TO FOREIGNERS DRIVEN 1
EASTOUT OF MINE CAM?.
American Miners Expel Other
' Workers and Their Famf-
'v. '' lies- From Flat River '
(AMdat4 Pre by V. S. Naval Boo.
munication StrMMr'" -Fl.AT
RIVER, Minri, July 15
Bloody race riots which broke out here
oa Friday, in which the American tnia
era combined against the foreign min
era, culminated' yenterday in the forci
ble expulsion of the foreigner,' with
their families. The Americans, wh
were armed principally with shotguns,
drove the foreigners, to the number of
even hanered, out ef the camp.' ' L,r'
; The Americans issued an ultimatum
that every foreigner must have, men
women and children, and made their ul
timatum good. The foreigner waited
en the outskirts of the town until nick-
ed up by a train. The Americans an
nounce that hereafter no foreigners
will be allowed to live and work In tha
lead district. ..
. Militia compnn e arrived lat night
tnd are now In rnntrol of the aituation,
oatrolllng the streets of the camp. Or
1er appears to have been pretty well
The troubles here have no connection
whatever with the activities of the In
duatria! Workers of the World. The
American miners declare that Russians,
Mistnans, roles and Hungarian hare
prvetleally displaced free and well paid
white miners and that for their own
protection they were compelled to take
siena to preserve their job for them
selves. . ;',-.
. Revere) foreigners were shot during
(AssoclaUd Pre by TX. 8. Naval Com
WARII1NOTON, July 15 It is not
thought probable that a vote will be
reaehed oa the Food Control Bill be
fore next. Saturday at earliest, but a
ftrong effort Us now . being made to
wind up the debate on the measure by
that time and BOt allow the imnnrtant
legislation to drag over Into another
ween, ii is conceded taat the major
ity for the bill will be large when it
reaches a vote on third reading, but
the opposition is holding it np a ad pre
venting the vote from .being taken.
. Yesterday the . aeaate . leader con
ferred on the various amendments to
the bill ; already In, in an effort to
hasten-action and to clear the way for
the final vote by the twenty-first. ' It
ia their hope to aeoure a geaeral agree
ment not to prolong the debate past
that date. " .
(Associated Pre By V. B. Naval Com
. EAST H'i. U)UI8, lUinoia, July 15
Niffht Chief . of. Kdica Rnum lIm.
and Officer Con Mickey were lust niith.
""C iiwhi lur iiir poiice xoroe.
This is an aftermath of the recent race
riots aad attache on the negro workers.
Following the rioting the chamber ot
commerce asserted ia a act f reaolu
tions which it adopted that the police
force was incompetent and had shown
no bravery, but at times . ena.ar.lioe
during the whole of the trouble. The
auorney general arrived hoe about e
week ago aad ha sine been conduct
ing an inveatigation of. the whole af
luir. Other suspensions are expected
water supply fails
HILO, July 1.1-rOue of the most dis
SNtroiiH fires which haa taken place in
ililu for a long time burned down the
line home of Antone 8. Costa flr. at
Villa Franca yesterday afternoon ami,
owing to the lack of water, the Are de
partment, when' It reached the plae
late, was practically helpless.
The 6re is said to have startej in the
kitchen, where, it is believed, the oil
stove exploded, no en being prcment at
the time. In short while; the back
of the house was a mas of flame,, and
although several member of the family
were at home tbey did not discover the
lire until it was well under way.
After an alapn had been turned in,
every effort was made to save some of
the furniture,- but ao quickly did the
flames spread that very little eould be
.auveil. An enort was made to rew-ue a
I new ilH piano, put it had to Imi abnn
doiied, us was ina-ch else of value. It is
stated that the total loss approximates
1 4, '00, with no insurance;
Two' alarms were turned ia and the
Ililo engine reached the ceue ufter a
lontf run, only to find that there Has no
ttutei available. Tb trenien oi)(ht a
hydrant a long way off, but the stream
wa weak. Meanwhile the fire had
gsincd such headway that the firemen
were helpless. '
The engine from Waiahe alxo started
out to iiiuke a quick run to the scene,
Imi while trying to turn into I'iopio
Micet rrom Front Street the engiue
,-iu-ln'.t into an electric light pole uud
In! ii wheel, with the result Mint it
newr wot any further. Nolunlv wax
Iiiiii. Init there were aeverul liurrow
-M'll.l'N. . ' ;,-v ; ' j
OUT ONCE IM
IN HERDJOF FARiil
Renewal of Menace of Oread Pes- T
"v. tilence Revives Theory' . f
of Enemies' Plot, n.,!, ,
MAUI ALSO REPTS.NEW, , ; .
FOCI SHOWING CONSPIRACY
T..F. Farm Pleads For. the De-
struction of His Cattle By the
''Comhuriify As A PrecaMtion ' V . '
AKOTHER death in the anthrax
herd of Hi aolulu and the ap
pearance on Maui of a new
focua of the disease In a place hitherto
not touched by it brings to the fore
with renewed force the meaning of the,,
enemy conspiracy against the herds
and land. of this Territory, The new
Maul outbreak, reviewed by experts, U
shown to add still further proof to the
theory of deliberate Intent. In' thin
case as in every other In the Territory
thia theory is the only possible on
left for the consideration of the orB-.
einls, whose clutches are- seemingly far
from the actual representative of the :
nation of spies and traitors who, are
responsible for the outrages. ' '
With the value of his sole real prop
erty wiped out, and hia tabued herd of
milch rows eating him Into bankruptcy,
T. F. Farm, owner of the now famous
"anthrax herd" at Moiliili wa yes
terday convinced by the death of an
other row that his stock ia atill dan
geroua to -the community and all
source of remuneration except the
public treasury are closed to him. He
baa now eome before the public with
bin ease, asserting that aa both he and
the government are convinced that hia
herd ' wa poisoned by aa enemy of '
the country with the intent to strike
at the entire community through him,
it rests with the public to see that hw
ia not thrust into beggary because of '
' .' ;.. .'. ... .: : ; . .. (
HI Hard Not Xmmtuu ,',.,.,.''-'.. i "..
"The death of the eow tlu morn
ing," stated Farm, yesterday, "firm- ';
ly convinced me that the' immunising
which my herd received. apparently did
not render , it Immune, it puts me '
strictly up sgaiaat it. -Nothwithstaad-
ingf the fact that Doctor Jtorgaard, the
territorial veterinarian, offered me a ,
clean bill of health for' the brd, both
0. Q. Tee Hop and the Metropolitan
Meat Market refused to handle the
meat from the herd, and I do not know '
that I blame- them. Mr. Waller told
m that he would ,jot even consider
baadling the hides. i .
"I tried to "get- outside pasturage, 'T
but Mr. von Holt, the maaager ef the
O. B. A I ranch absolutely refused to
lee.se me land. Other stock and dairy
men of the island have wondered at
the announced proposition of putting
my herd ia the quarantine etatioa, and
I ant convinced, by what haa happened,
that If they would do such a thing,
ther would lout tha . k..L .
the death ther of one of my cows
inruugn aniorax. . xno importera of
stock, la my opinion, would refuse to
se The station If my herd waa there.
n announcing the new Maui out
break, the Maui News statea:
VThree'mora rfeatKa iti
from anthrax - occurred on Maui laat
Saturday. They were on the Haleakalrt
ranch, but in a pasture which haa had
no kuown connection with any of the
previous outbreak. The pasture 1 on
the dope of the mountain above Make-
WOO and below Olinda. anil la .u.J .
by the usually traveled road to the top
' lu" luuuuwun,- . a a eonnequence,
the board of agriculture haa Included
thia road ia its proclamation of roads. '
" ar isou 10 an animal travel. No
doineitie animal of anv klul .... :
taken up the monntain by way of the
Makawao (Nathalie r'hnn.1, rti:-.i.
Automobile Theory Strengthened . .' .'
in aiscuaamg the situation thm morn-
Dir. Dr. J. C. FltxmM-alH !.,..,. 4 .1.
torial veterinariaa , for Maui, state,)
that the new outbreak ia aa nttarl
exnlieable aa anv ff tha oh k.
have occurred, except on the theory
mat it was uennernieiy planted by bu
man agency. The theory of tl. 8, Jodd, 1
executive of the board, announced ton..
"nce, inai, me Oi sense baa been
distributed from an intninnl.il i Knw -
out once more la this instance, Doctor ,
Kitsgerald stated. All of the foci of ia
foe tion on Maui. incliilino hi l.i.u
have occurred la pastures adjacent to !
automobile roads and in none that are
not t hits accessible. i
Haleakal BUU Acceaslbla ' ' .' , ' "
"The road un tha ntountaia aa .-
Oliuda is atill open to automobile travel. .
t Mia. . .
Mw-ior rusgeram atatea, but aniniula,
including dogs, will . be destroyed If ' ' '
found within the prescribed area.
"Ia the Paanui pasture, which la the
name of the new infected dbttrict,' aro " ' .
fortv head of eaifle 1 in,. n
rounded up last Bupday. and - i ejected ;
wnu virua ami serum, anil no more ease ..
have since bean renortaH . hin k..-. '
any ne rases occurred ia any of the '
other renter of Infection. Dr. Fitsger. .
aid feels that the epidemic is well in .
hand, though the possibility atill re.
main of still other outbreak at any
time. ... . ..:v. 1
New Homestead Ara Affected , . ' " ;
'.'Inasmuch aa the Faaaul pasture la. .-.
elude the land below Olinda laurre.ve.1 ,
'i' fVT ouinesiea'i- .
ing, the latest outbreak 'may aeriously' ' '
affect a eoiiHiderable number of persons i '.
who may take up the land but be handi
cupped in the matter of livestock with .
which to develop their places." 7 t
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BLAZON TYPE NOT, NECESSAEY.
Chamberlain' Coio, Cholera . and 1
Diarrhoea Kemedy needs no glaring
headline to attract the pubti eye. Th '
aimple statement that all chemists sell
it is sufficient, as every family know
Its value. It has been used for forty
yeara and is just what It name iua- v '
plies. For aale by All Dealers, Ben
son, Smith 4 Co., Agent for Hawaii, . t
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