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a rv;it in.-ui . itltoiif .jpiinin; snntliin lv hint He is llii living lilit fountain, which it is j;mm! ;hm1 pl';is.int to In inir. :l "iirl vh. SPOUTS, CLASSIFIKD AM) SHIPPING N KWS SKCTIOX. TWKLVB' HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, TIiri:si)AY, JULY It;, 1014. PUICR FIVK.CKNT8 CARBAJAL TAKES OATH IS PRO TEH PRESIDENT Impressive Ceremony Marks Another Stage in Mexi can History Associated Press ly Fe.1.- Wireless. CITY OF -MEXICO, July !. The last act in the drama .which resulted in the surrender of all power hy Dicta tor Huerta and paved the way for put tins a new ruler at the helm of the deBtlnleH of Mexico, took place In the ' chamber of deputies here at 7:20 o'clock last nlgnt when the chief Jus tice of the supreme court of Mexico! administered the oath which makes Minister 1'arbajal provisional presi dent of the republic. CarbaJal, pale but unaffected, faced the chief justice and In a voice plainly . audible announced his assent to the - obligation to guide to the best of his ability I the affairs of the republic of which he Is now the provisional headJ The I ceremony took place In the presence of the assembled deputies and senators. The new presidential guards Immediately escorted the presi dent to the national palace. Carbalal . was cheered; by the crowds as he passed. ' ' HARRY THAW AWARDED INCOME FROM ESTATE Associated Press by Fed,. Wireless. PITTSBURG, Pa., July j 16.Harry Thaw was yesterday awarded by the orphan's court the Income from his father's estate, which has been de nied him since he was adjudged In sane. As a result of the decision Thaw gets J1C0.773. - ; .( . y A PICTUREOF PiiiFx ..Suddenly Pius X appeared In the doorway, clad. In wbito In a cassock of wbitq serge", with a short cape, broad .cuffs or white water silk, and a little white skull cap." Ronnd his neck was a gold chain supporting the pectoral cross, and on his right hand was a largo and antique ring. It was an ap parition of white. The pope's face and hands are ' pale, with the dead- YOU'RE GI1I0US -AND CONSTIPATED! LIVER IS SLUGGISH-DIME A BOX . Furred Tongue, Bad Tas,te, Indlges- tlon, Sallow Skin and Miserable Head aches come from a torpid liver and constipated bowels, which cause your Etcmach to become filled with undl rrsted food, which sours and ferments l.;.e garbage In a twill barrel. That's t" ? i'.rst step to untold misery in : -Ellen, foul gases, bad breath, yel CANDY 10 CENT DOXES-ANY ALSO 23 Bt 50 ACROSS THE AMERICAN CONTINENT VIA THE . CCENICLINE OFTHE WORLD THROUGH THE GRAND CANYON OF THE FEATHER RIVER AND THE ROYAL GORGE, TTBSTEUTI PICTHC; F. L. WALDRON, Ltd, Agenta. F R E I G H T and T I C K E T S Also Reservations any point on the mainland. See WELLS-FAR-GO & CO, 72 5. King St Tel 1515 LAUNDRY Messenger Boy Phone 3461 Do Hot Forget to Include .Wisifc IN THE GROCERY Or WL Cigar nms ENGINEERS GATHER ' AT FESTIVE BOARD AT HALEIWA HOTEL Prejaratory to pulling stakes and deiarting for the mainland, the con struction work of the J. G. White En gineering Co. pa the Marconi wireless plant at Kaliuku having been com pleted, the engineers who have labor ed together on this job for 'many mtjuths, celebrated Tuesday night with a sumptuous banquet at Haleiwa hotel. W. M. Griffiths was the guest of hon or of his co-workers and a most en joyable evening was spent. Within the next few weeks It is probable that their profession will take the corps of engineers maintained by the construc tion comjwny to different parts of the world; and It may be years before they cross one another's trail again, con sequently the friendships that have sprung up during almost two years' close association will be torn asunder with but little ceremony. The gathering Tuesday night was held for the reason that Mr. Griffiths will precede his comrades by a few days and It was their desire to wish him a fitting "Aloha." Those present were: W. M. Grif fiths. It. C. Cormack. C. C. Clarke, H. E. Clemens. C A. Martin, W. F, IJo vey, W. It Johnson and J. Edward I-yons. , . white paleness of paper and the hair protruding from beneath his small white cap is white as ashes, not sil very. He walks very slowly with lit tle steps, and his gait is the gait of a little child. But his manner is not the manner of an old man. It Is the manner of one in frail health. When he pronounced the papal benediction and afterward made a little speech of encouragement to a couple of women teachers ; in charge of some orphans his voice, though low, 'was firm and reasonant. As he turned to give the blessing the sunshine pouring" in through the high window threw his face In shadow so as to hide from me the color of his eyes, but not the expression of great gentleness which rests on his pale, frail face like moonlight on .the moun tains. The benediction spoken the teachers went into the seventh heaven of religious fervor by the gracious words he hsd found for them and their work, Pius X turned once more and with his gentle gait slowly disappear ed down the adjacent, gallery, a frail white figure" in a framework of pur ple and scarlet and- gold. Valentine Williams In Londbn Daily Mail. ; low skin, mental fears, everything that is horrible and nauseating. A Casca ret tonight will surely straighten you out by morningj-a 10-cent box will keep your head clear, stomach sweet, liver and bowels regular and make you feel cheerful and bully for months. - Don't forget your children their little insides need a goody gentle, cleansing, too, occasionally. v CATHARTICU DRUG STCRS CENT BOxr OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OUTWARD. For Waianae, Walalua, Kahuku, and way stations--D:15 a. m. 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and way stations f7:30 a. m.; 9:15 a. m.t 11:30 a. m., 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p.-m.. For 'w'ahiawk and Lcilehua n0:20 a. m., t2:40 p. m, 5:00 p. 11:00 p. m. - - - - INWARD. ; ' -;v '". " Arrive Honolulu from Kahuka, Wal alua and Waianae 8: 36 a, m., 5:31 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City t": 45 a, m., 8:36 a. 11:02 a. m., 1:40, p. m, 4:2B p. m., 5:31 p.. m., 7:30 p. m. Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa and Leilehua 9:15 aJ m, fl:55 m., 4:01 p. m., 7:10 p. m." C ' The Haleiwa Limited, a two-hour train (only firstclass tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m for Haleiwa hotel; returning ar rives in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Waianae. ' Daily. tExcept Sunday. JSunday only. C P. DENISON, F. C. SMITH, Superintendent. . G. P. A. T. MURAKAMI SH0TEN Importer and Dealer In JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOODS PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Etc 32-34 Hotel Street, near Nuunau.v Y. TAKAKUWA&CO Limited. COMMISSION MERCHANTS Japanese Provisions and General Merchandise Nouanu St, near King SL PEACE NOW IN SIGHT FOR VAR RIDDEN COUNTRY Associated Press by Fed.-Wireless. WASHINGTON, July 16. News of Huerta's resignation has been hailed in official Washington circles as the first practical step toward a quick so lution of the Mexican problem. It is understood that Provisional President CarbaJal will hold office only until satisfactory arrangements can be made for the entry of General Carranza and the Constitutionalist forces into the City of Mexico. . . It Is understood that the temporary ruler of the republic Is anxIouS first that general amnesty be declared, conserving the lives as well as the property of those who supported Hu erta, ' After this proposed peaceful, entry of the Constitutionalists into the cap ital, arrangements as to the disposi tion of the Federal troops and officers who have , been supporting the gov ernment will be negotiated. QUICK RESULTS ASTONISH HONOLULU Tlre 1s astonishment in Honolulu at the QUICK results received from simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-i-ka, the remedy which became famous by caring ap pendicitis. This simple mixture drains such great amounts of foul matter from the body that A SINGLE DOSE relieves constipation, Bour stomach and gas on the stomach almost IM MEDIATELY. The speedy action of Adler-i-ka is surprising. The Hoi lis ter Drug Company. advertisement : Charity covers a multitude of sins, and tailors cover a multitude of sin ners.-; ; ' ' -' -. ' : MOVEMENTS OF MAIL STEAMERS VESSELS TO ABRITE Friday, Jujy 17. : Sydney via Pago Pago Ventura, O. S. S. v v; San Francisco Manchuria, P. M. S. s. v.;': ;' ';-:v Saturday, July 18. Hongkong via Japan ports Mongo lia, P. M. S. S. Mexican ports Nurnberg, German cruiser. ' Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea Btmr. v: ." " : Sunday, July 19. Maul, Molokai and Lanai ports Ml kahala stmr. Maul ports--Claudlne stmr. ' Kauai ports Kinau stmr. Kauai ports W. G. Hall stmr. Tuesday, July 21. Hilo via "way ports Mauna Lea stmr. - : v Kona and Kau ports Mauna Loa stmr. . - San Francisco Matsonia, M. N. S. S. Friday, July 24. San Francisco . via Sound ports Montana n, A. 11. S. S. San Francisco Tenyo Maru, Japan ese stmr. Wednesday, July 22. Kauai ports W, G.: Hall stmr. Thursday, July 23. Maui porta-laudine stmr. " Saturday, July 25. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea Stmr. : : Tuesday, July 28. San Francisco Lurline. M. N. S. S, Friday. July 31. Hongkong via Japan ports Persia P. M. S. S. . " ' ; TESSELS TO DEPART Thursday, July 16. Kauai ports W. G. Hall stmr., 5 p. Maui ports Claudine stmr, 5 p. m. Friday, July 17. : San Francisco Ventura O. S. S 5 p. m. -- ' Manila via Hongkong and 'Japan ports Manchuria P.-M. S. S. Saturday, July 18. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea stmr, 3 p. m. ' San Francisco Mongolia P. M. S. S. Monday, July 20. Kauai ports W. G. Hall stmr, 5 p. Maul ports Claudine stmr, 5 p. m. Kauai ports Noeau stmr, 5 p. m. - Tuesday, July 21. ' San Francisco Manoa M. N. S. S 4 p xa. Maui, Molokai and Lanai ports Mlkahala stmr. . Kauai ports Kinau stmr, 5 p. m. - ' ' Wednesday, July 22. ' Hilo via way 1 portsMauna Kea stmr, 10 a. m. .. . : Thursday, July 23. Kauai ports W. G. Hall stmr, 5 p. m. . " Friday, July 24. Hongkong via Japan ports Tenyo Mam, Japanese str. Kona and Kau 'ports Mauna Loa stmr, noon. Maui ports Claudine stmr, 5 p. m. ; Saturday, July 25. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea atmr." Wednesday. July 29. San Francisco Matsonia. M. N. S S Friday, July 31. San Francisco Persia, P. M . S. s. SITUATIONIS INTOLERABLE SAYS JURIST Judge Cooper, on Mainland, Tells of Condition in Courts Here Politics Blamed Because of the neglect or delay for political reasons of President Wilson and Attorney-General McReynolds in filling vacancies as commissions -ex pire, the Territory of Hawaii has at the present time but one. legally quali fied circuit Judge in! place of "the seven it Is entitled to. In the opinion of Judge Henry E. -Cooper, who retired last March from the territorial bench says the San Francisco Chronicle. Judge Cooper arrived here on the steamship Manchuria and is stopping at the Hotel Stewart. In discussing the judicial situation In the Territory of Hawaii, Judge Cooper said last night that six judges are now serving,; but the commissions of all but one have expired, most of them as much as a year ago. Judge Cooper's . commission expired on March 6th last. Holding the opinion that he could not legally sit in a case In the Territory without a commission 1 m m lorce, cooper aeennea to servo longer. The only notice he received he says, is that hfs pay would stop if ne refused to continue In office. Doing Local Politics. An attempt to control local Hawai Ian politics is given by Cooper as the best reason known for thus holding up the appointment of territorial judges by the administration at Wash Ington. It is believed that the of flees are held open for the benefit of Democratic politicians who are seek ing bigger jobs, but who are keeping control of the disposition of the judge ships In order to use them as pawns in the game. . On . account of this condition, legal business in the Territory is tied up and uncertain, according to Judge Cooper. The Bar Association of Ho nolulu has memorialized the Attorney General asking him to put an end to the situation, but without result "l he situation Is Intolerable, said Judge Cooper. , ."It is without nrece dent and constitutes ah audacious at tack upon the independence of the ju diciary.". V - i ! Without Precedent ; ' "v'hen vacancies In the judiciary nave occurred through death of resiK nation it has been usual for the pres ident to appoint, a man of his own po litical raitn, but It Is entirely with out precedent to attempt to displace good men on the bench because- of politics. "The Bar Association of Honolulu has recommended the reappointment or an the judges whose commissions have expired, with one exception, but no action has come. I . "In the first circuit "the commission of Judge W. L. Whitney expired a year ago, that of Judge W. J. Robin son on March 5, this year, and my own on, the following day. In the second circuit the commissions of Judge Par sons, Judge Mathewman and Judge Selden B. Kingsbury, expired a year ago. Judge C. H. Dickey is the only HAILS Malik are due from the following points as follows: I San FranciscoManchuria, July 17. Yokohama Mongolia. July 18. Australia Ventura, July H. Victoria Niagaf-a, Aug. 12. Mails will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Ventura. July 17. Yokohama Manchuria, July 17. Australia Ventura Aug. 10. Victoria Mara ma, Aug. 11. TRANSPORT SERVICE Logan,, from Honolulu for Manila via Guam, sailed ' June 15. Thomas, from Honolulu, for San Fran cisco, arrived May 16. Sherman, from Honolulu for San Fran cisco, sailed July 7. Sheridan, .from' San Francisco for Honolula, arrlred July 14. - Dix, from Honolulu for Seattle; ar rived June 4, Warren, stationed at the Philippines. t 4- PASSENGERS EXPECTED Per M. N. S. S. Matsonia from San Francisco. Due at Honolulu July 21. Miss Irene Hughes, Mrs. Prtndle, Mrs. Wright John Efflnger, W. P. Smith, Wm. Cullen, G. S. Leithead, J. E. Higgins, Miss E. W. Lister. J. C. Poindexter, Mrs. J. C. Poindexter, Miss Christina Hanson, 1 Miss Ellen Kid, Miss Myrtle Clarke, Mr. and Mrs. Dwfght Arthur Herring. Mrs. Arthur Herring, Mrs. Kimball, Miss Herring, R. J. Collins, Mrs. R. J. Col lins, Miss Evelyn Mosher, Mrs. G. T. Mosher, iTs. K. Manning, Miss Ida Manning, Miss Mary Manning, Miss Maxan. F. Levy! Mrs. F. Levy. Miss A. Harrison, Mrs. F. B. Sherwin, Miss Bessie Gilmer.' Miss Minnie Dietz, Mrs.". J.. O. McClintock, Miss Minnie Rappe, A. W. Richards, Mrs. A. W. Richards, Mrs. John A. Young' and inrant 'W. G. Ogg, Mrs. W. G. Ogg. John Waterhouse, Mrs. John Water house, Mr. and Mrs. Hutchin. Miss M. Rambli, Miss E. Garrett.. Miss Agnes Lynn, Miss Mattie ' Elliott ' Miss Mayrae McMorry. Miss Pearl Bay, A. F. Gertz. E. Ci Gonsalves, Miss Flos sie Grace, Miss Harriett Flynn, Miss HaJiel Bay, Miss T. ' Prince, Mrs. C. Prince, Miss I. Stauf, Mrs. . E. M. Stauf and A E. Tower. . ; .-v r VILLA PEEVED BECAUSE HUERTA HAS ESCAPED Associated Press by Fed. Wireles3.1 Jt AREZ, Mexico, July 16. "We would have preferred that Senor Hu erta had remained in the City of Mex ico until we could have placed our hands on him," was the comment of General Villa of the Constitutionalist forces when he learned last night that the Dictator against whose rule he has been fighting had resigned and w as fleeing from Mexico. one on the bench whose commission is still in force. V "I do not believe a territorial judge is legally qualified to sit after his commission has expired. The attorney-general holds that he is a judge de facto and de jure until bis succes sor has qualified. I do not agree, and, therefore, I refused to sit in a murder case which came to my court just before the expiration of my term, fearing that if I did It might raise a point of jurisdiction that would keep the case in court for years. Judge Cooper's Surmise. "President Wilson and the attorney- general are responsible. I do not know the exact reasons for holding up the appointments, but I surmise that they are concerned with an at tempt to control the political situa tion. At any rate, it Is an Intolerable condition and wholly without justin cation." Judge Cooper Is one of the foremost men In the affairs of the island tern tory: He was tlje head of. the revolu tionary committjee which overturned the monarchy inj 1893, minister of for- eign affairs under the republic ana acting president in 1988, besides noia ing many other; offices both before and after Hawaii became a part of the United States. Although he deposed a monarch, Judge Cooper has become one him self. He is the owner or a group 01 fiftv-two islands a thousand miles south of Honolulu, with countless co coanut trees, a pearl fishery and de posits of phosphate. J PASSENGERS BOOKED Per str. W. G. Hall, July 16. J. M. Lydgate, L; D. Timmons, R. S. Hosmer, Leon Quan Said, H. J. Eby, Mrs. L. K. Wong. Miss Daisy Hee, Miss T. Nakat suji, Miss Shlgiko, Miss Emma Al Chang, Miss C. Kilihala, Miss Y. Tsu rata, W. Yim Sara. Per str. Claudine for Maui ports, July 17. Master Wllles, Mrs. A. Gross, Miss Case, Mrs. D. H. Case, Master Case.' Per O. S. S. Ventura for San Fran cisco. From Honolulu July 17: Mrs. H. B. Hickman and infant Miss C. Judah, Miss H. Ewen, O. E. Thorpe, A. D. Duncan Mrs. Mr. Juirr, Miss Josephine Bryan, Miss A. C. Hern don, J. L. Bar r, Mrs. Barr, M. J. Brown, E. C. Tecktonius, Mrs.' C. M. Larsten, Dexter Wright Mrs. Wright, Mrs. E. Hotfilter. Mrs. H. Beermann, C. A. Wollan, Miss L. N. Herndon, Miss Van Brunt J. F. Commins, Miss M. K. Commins, Miss A. E. Commin3, G. H. Derby, Miss Katherine McCarty, Miss G. Buffett, Miss J. A. Clayton, M. T. Cole, II. W. Potts, Mrs. Potts, G. II. Wadleigb. L. . Carl, L. Gandriae, Mrs. M. Ferguson, Miss E. Ferguson, Miss Ruth Gibb, R. Crlchton, N. E. Balliner, Mrs. Balliner, Rodger Ker win, Miss E. Echwab, Miss E. Knorre, O. Smith, Mrs. Smith. Wm. C. Part ridge, Haskell Schurtliff, Harry Mar shall, Miss I. Brignardello, . Miss S. Furlong, Miss C. Red, Miss M. Schoen ltzer, Miss A. M. Tietjan, R A. Jen sen, H. M. P. Jensen, G. E. Jurgenson, H. Griffith, Miss A. E. O'Connell, Mrs. A. S. Hill, Mrs. A. A. Kearns, Miss I. R. Bellows, Mrs. H. H. Bremer, H. C. Colegrove, Mrs. Colegrove. Per stmr. Mauna Kea for Hilo and way ports, July 18: Father Gabriel, Father Louis, Master Benton, Mrs. A. Manefoglio, Miss Benton, Miss' R. Cockett, Miss Y. Okada, Miss M. Mizui rl. Miss S. Hayashida, Miss K. Fuyi moto, Miss H. Handa, S. Fujimoto, Y. Fujimpto. Per str Claudine for Maui ports. July 20. E. G. Bartlett, Mrs. W. T. Gregg, D. I Austin. Per stmr. Kinau for Kauai ports, July 21: Mrs. E. P. Low, Bryant Cooper, Tom Singlehurst, Henry Blake and wife, Mrs. E. Werner, S. W. Kinanoe, A. C. Alexander, Dewitt Alexander, H. V. von Holt, A.' R. K. von Holt, Oliver Emerson, Herman Alexander, Donald. Young, Lee Water- house, Newton Pack, H. D. Sloggett and wife, Miss S. Tashima, . Miss K. Tashima, MJss Y. Tashima. Per M. X. S. S.' Manoa for San Fran cisco, July 22. Mr. Weber, Mr. Llew ellyn, Mrs. T. J. Beaudet Miss B. Iiw son. Miss De Cue, .Mrs.' J. Hanson, M. Cassidy, Brodie Smith. Miss Lily Stearn, .Miss 'Mary Hall. Mrs. E. F. Hanson. Miss E. jr. Beach, Miss Lou ise Amesbury, Miss Jessie Branson, Miss Helen Wagner, Miss Veronica, O'Connel, .Mrs. Itha - Brown, v 'Mrs. Douglas Turner, Miss Ruby O'Con nor, Miss Myrtle O'Connor, Miss Kath erine Gray, M iss Alfie Gray, M las L. G. Sullivan. Miss L. J. Frank. Miss 51. Sullivan. Miss Cora Keech, Miss Car oline Weber. Mr. and Mrs. J.; A. Her man, ; Mrs. H. Morgan, Miss C Row. venhorst Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Elvidge, Ford Elvidge, -Master - Elvidge, Mr. and Mrs. C W. Chase. Mr." and Mrs. N. McCammon and child, Mr. and'Mrs. J. Webb. ; Wheeler Chase, Forrester Chase, Misses Bruce (2), Mrs. 3TI. B. Penha Clow. Mrs. Irraa Wodehouse, L. E. Arnold, Dr. J. H. Raymond. ; OUTDOOR CIRCLE IS BRIGHTENING GROUNDS AROUND THE CAPITOL The restoration of sidewalks, ave nuis. lawns and shrubbery in the pal ace grounds now is bring undertaken under the direction of -the Outdoor Circle, and already the work is pro gressing at a rate which is proving most satisfactory to b th the mem bers of the Circle and the public. At a recent entertainment nn the rwf garden of the Young hotel, the Circle raised $i50. all of which is to ! ex pended for till, work, and another en tertainment, planned for the near fu ture, is 'xiHctcd to bring forth funds with which the Circle will remove the iron fence now Kurrcunding the capital grounds- STEAMER LINES THROUGH CANAL BEING PLANNED Associated Press by FcoV Wireless. NEW YORK. July -16. Passenger and freight steamer service between New York and San Francisco, through the Panama canal, will be established early in 1013 by the .International Mercantile Marine Company. ' The steamships Finland and Kroora land now of the Red Star Line, will be put on the Panama-Pacific route. The contemplated sailings, according to announcement made today, will .be once every three weeks. Sixteen days will be required to make the journey. Eh route the steamers will call cither at San Diego or Los Angeles. Matson Navig Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu FROM SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. Mat'onia July 21 8. 8. LurIin ...........July 28 8. S. Wilhefmina... .....Aug. 4 S. S. Manaa Aug, 11 S, S. Matsonia ........Aug. 18 S. S. Lurline Aug. 23 S. S. Hyadcs leaves Seattle CASTLE & COOKE, LTD., OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. "SYDNEY FOR SAN FRANCISCO: . 8. 8. Ventura .....i.... July 17 S. 8, Sonoma ...... ...Aug. 14 8. 8. Sierra ..........Aug. 29 8. S. Ventura ........Sept. 11 TO SAN FRANCISCO, $85.00; ROUND .TRIP, $110.00. TO SYDNEY, $150.00; ROUND TRIO, $225.00. Sailing Lists and Folders on Applicavion to d BREWER & CO, LTD General Agents. PACIFIC 1IAIL STEAMSHIP CO. Sailings from Honolulu on or about the following dates: FOR THE ORIENT: ' Manchuria, via Manila out and in ........July 17 Nile, via Manila out and in August 1 S. S. Mongolia ........Aug; 14 S. S. Persia via Manila, j In and out ...... Aug.29 For general Information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. T0Y0 KISEN KAISHA Steamers of the above Company will call at and leave Honolulu on or about the dates mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT: 8. S. Tenyo Maru ......July 24 S. S. Nippon Maru Aug. 8 S. S. Shinyo Maru .. ..Aup. 21 S. S. Chiyo Maru .....Sept 18 Calls at Manila, omitting call at CASTLE & COOKE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE For Suva, Auckland and Sydney 8. 8. Makura ...........July 15 8. S. Niagara ..... .... . Avg. 12 8. 8. Marama ........Sept 9 THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., ; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY From New York to Honolulu every twelve days via Straits of Magellan Next sailing July 23rd and August 4th. Freight received at all times at the company's wharf, 41st Street, South Brooklyn." . . - - : . ' ; FROM SEATTLE OR TACO MA TO HONOLULU DIRECT. H. Hackfeld & Co Ltd Agents, C P. Morse, GenL Freight Agent HUERTA AND YAil MINISTER FLEE TO COAST Exiles Will Join Their Families on Board Dutch . Warship Associated Press by Fed. WiMesa.) CITY OF MEXICO. July 16 The members of the chamber of deputies and the senate in joint svshKmi in the chamber of deputies here late yester day afternoon accepted the resigna tion , of VIctorlana Huerta as provi sional president' of" Mexico, a position he has held since the death of Fran cisco Madero February 21. 1013. The action was approved by a vote- of 12t to 17. Huerta and his minister of war. Gen eral i Blanquet, the one man he has seemed to trust above all others. left the capital under rover of darkness last night and boarded a train on the Mex ican railway a few miles outside of the city. It Is now thought they are headed for Puerto Mexico. Senora Huerta and family together with the wife and family of Blanquet who left under guard of two heavy" cordons of troops, are now believed to be nearing Iucrto Mexico where they will be met by the deposed leaders. It is now understood here that the Dutch steamer Kortenaer is waiting to take the fugitives aboard at IMierto Mexico to convey them to some Euro pean port, probably France. Visitor (hungry) And at what time do you have dinner, my little friend? Terrible boy Soon as you've gone. ;ation Company FOR SAN FRANCISCO: 8. 8. Manoa ........... July 21 . 8. S. Matsonia ........July 29 8. S. Lurline Aug. 4 8. 8. Wllhelmina ......Aug. 12 8. S. Manoa . .. . : ... ..Aug. , 18 S. S. Matsonia ........Aug. 28 for Honolulu, Hilo, eta, July 18. General Agents, Honolulu SHORT. LINE" FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W.: , S. 3. Ventura ..........Aug. 10 S. 8. Sonoma ..........Sept. 7 8. 8. Ventura .........Oct 5 S. S.Sonoma Nov. 2 i FOR SAN FRANCISCO: Mongolia .. ...........July 18 Persia Korea ; Siberia China . -July 3f ..Aug 14 ; ...Aug. 22 Agents FOR SAN FRANCISCO: 8." S. Shinyo Maru .....Aug. 4 S. S. Chiyo Maru.. ....Aug. .20 S. S. Tenyo Maru . . . .Sept. 17 8,. -8. Nippon Maru ....Sept 28 Shanghai. For Victoria and Vancouver. 8. S. Marama ..........Aug. 11 8. S. Makura Sept. 8 S. S. Niagara ... ...Oct 6 LTD., GENERAL AGENTS -V V V 5 J.