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TIIK MAUI XKWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST S, 1014
Labaina Comping Last to Leave
City. Company I, Reaches Home
Saturday. Gets Paid for 8 Bays
Tired, hut will pleased with the
record they succeeded in making at
the annual encampment, the boys
of Company I, of the National
Guard, reached home last Saturday
morning, by the Claudine. Accord
ing to all reports, it was a very
strenuous week for the citizen sol
diers, and there was not much op
portunity for enjoying the attracti
ons of Honolulu. There was some
thing doing in way of drills and
practice maneuvers about all the
time, and the Wailuku soldiers de
clare that Red Hill audits enviroms
isn't the easiest place in the world
on which practice a war game.
Most of the men are suffering from
sore feet or muscles from the severe
Two days of heavy rain madethe
camp at Red Hill anything but
comfortable, especially., since the
small "pup", or shelter tents were
far from waterproof. Company L,
of Lahaiua, arrived home by the
Manna Kea on Saturday evening,
and was the last of the troops to
leave the camp. The Honolulu
papers give n good account of the
Maui boys, indicating that they
were fully up to any of the other
companies in point of efficiency.
The Advertiser has the following
to say concerning their departure:
"Carrying full field equipment,
and in heavy marching order,
Company I, First Infantry, Ha
waiian National Guard, left the
armory at twenty minutes past four
yesterday afternoon and marched
down to the waterfront, boarding
the steamer Claudine for the return
trip to Wailuku. The Claudine
sailed at five o'clock intheevening.
' 'The com pany is under command
of Captain V. F. Kaae, Major
William K. Bal and John Kamaka,
adjutant of the third battalion,
were also returning passengers on
"The company made a good ap
pearance as it marched down to the
steamer. There are a husky lot of
men in the ranks, and they carried
themselves well, and had the busi
nesslike appearance of regulars in
their field uniforms and equipment.
'T lie departure of this organi
zation, which was the last to leave,
brings the field training period of
the national guard for the current
year, to an end, after a successful
"The question as to how many
days the guardsmen should receive
pay for was settled yesterday when
the national guard paymaster,
Capt. A. V. Neely, acting under
advices from national guard head
quarters, paid the men for the full
eight days they were under arms.
This is in accord with the action
taken by Captain G. D. Freeman,
paymaster of the Hawaiian Depart
ment, United States Army, who
paid the men for eight days on pay
rolls certified by the company com
mander and the mustering officer."
syMein of birth certificates will prob
ably be devised upon plunsapi.roved
Kaimnki neighbors of (.'apt. lit r
Kcr, of (lie Hawaiian Hand, gathered
in the Lilinokalani selionl house mi
Tuesday nigl.t mid presented the
veteran band master with a handsome
loving cup.' The occasion was Ber
ber's Tl.'tli birthday anniversary,
No pay for the U. S. customs
house force since May 31, has
caused Collector Franklin to cable
to Washington in an effort to have
the financial stringency relieved.
Thirty-five Nth grade pupils of
the llilo public schools, have passed
the examinations and will enter
high or normal school this fall.
Call For German Reserves
Germany being in state of war
with Russia and France, mobili
zation is ordered, All German sub
jects belonig either to army or
navy, including reserves, and sub
ject to military duty, except those
belonging to the Laiidstiirtn are
hereby ordered to immediately" pro
ceed to Germany and join the
(vSd) GEORGK RODIKK,
Imperial German Consul.
Aug. 8-15, 1914.
Contracts Let For
J. C. Foss, Jr., athisbidof $800,
was 'warded the contract for the
construction of the teacher's cottage
at the Keahua school, at the special
meeting of the board of supervisors
held last Saturday. Three of the
bids were submitted at the same
time that of Joseph K. Kniniersley,
who asked $1650 and 90 days time
for doing the job; Hugh Howell,
whose bid was $1020, and 45 days;
and J. C. Aheong, $1333, and 45
days. Foss offered to have the job
completed in 30 days time.
On the construction of the four
room addition for the Puunene
school, Foss was the high bidder,
with his bid of $4600, while, II.
Howell with a bid of $2950 secur
ed the contract. J. A. Aheong, sub
mitted a bid of $4435.
salarii S paid outside would ollstt
the real, or imaginary, advantages
of living in the city. If the coun
try districts lack appreciable living
advantages, then the difference
should be offse t in the way of in
crease in salaries. As the mattir
now stands, teachers new in the
Territory are shoved off into the
country districts. If they prove
no good, they are kept in the
country, being shifted, sometimes,
from one post to another. If on
the other hand, they prove all right,
they are transferred to the city as
soon as they become fairly well ac
quainted with the country and its
customs, and are of some value to
the country schools.
After the first year, pay the
tcounlry school teacher ten per cen
more for work in the coTintry than
for the same grade work in the city,
and there will not be the same
eagerness to go to town. In the
meanwhile, we, in the country dis
tricts, arc becoming desperately
weary of being made the "proving
ground" for nialihini school teach
ers, unless we have some assurance
of being able to keep them after
they become kainaainas. (uirdcn
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
Is aic d By the Territorial Marketing
Division, July 31, 19 J 4.
ISLAM) i'liOIIICK MNl.V.
K;.';:s un.l Poultry.
Fresh Cliirlirn Kks. tins'. 4.'i
On the Other Islands
Three Japanese were killed and
another seriously hurt in a landslide
at Kukaiau, Hawaii, last week. The
men were engaged in removing an
old trestle from the face of a cliff,
when the slide started CO feet above
them, burying and crushing them
before they had a chance to escape.
Two submarines, of the U. S.
navy, arrived in Honolulu lust week,
where they will be permanantly
stationed. It is reported that eight
more of the same type of vessels are
soon to be sent to the Islands.
The Kohala Midget, says that
the Rev. R. 15. Dodge of Wailuku
is the most resourceful man on
Maui. To prove it, the Midget,
edited by a clergyman, remember,
says that recently a Japanese couple
came to Mr. Dodge with a request
in the sign language that he make
them man and wife. Thev couldn't
talk Knglish and Mr. Dodge cannot
talk Japanese, so he conducted the
ceremony as follows:
"You like this wahine?''
"Bimeby no kickout?"
"You like this kane?" to the
"Bimeby no kickout?"
A Bad Scheme
Secretary Thayer has received a
letter from A. Caminetti, U. S,
Coniissioner General of immigrati
on Vproinising to lend his aid in
l-'rcsh Inu'W K'k. tin.
Turkeys. Hi !W
Murks, Muscovy, Hi nil
Dtu-Us, Hawaiiuu, ilnz ft 'IC
Live Stuek T.lve Weilil.
lings, IKI-I.VI His, Hi .. ..IS 1
IIol-s. IMi llis. ami ever. Hi 11
Dress. a Wel(.-l,l.
P.. lit, 111 I!l
Mullein, Hi 1"
Ueef. lb HI
Calves, Hi 11
Irish, lll llis 1.H5
New nerniuilas, lb
Henns. s'rinf?. 11)
The practice of offering city posi
tions to school teachers as a reward
for efficient service in the country
districts for a stated, or any num
ber, of years is unfair to the coun
try districts and wrong. It is wrong
in principle for the reason that it
makes of districts outside of Hono
lulu proving ground for teachers of
uncertain calibre, when, as a matter
of fact, the very best of teachers are
required in the outside districts.
The principle is wrong for the fur
ther reason that as soon as a teacher
is "broken in" in a given school
and becomes of value to the com
munity in which she maybe placed,
she is taken away to the city.
The schedule of wages for teach-
Means. lima in inl. Hi
Herts, tloz. lllllH'll
Carrots, iloz. limieh
Corn, sweet, tin ears 1..m to l.iin
Cuenniliers. ilo. '-ii
(Ireen I Van. Hi nil
JYppers. Hell. Ill ml
Peppers. Cliil". Hi Ill
I'unipkiu, Hi in to in 1 I
Illiul-arli. Hi uii
Tomatoes, II io .1'.' I
Turnips, white. II) u-.'
Turnips, yellow, Hi iti
llaualias, Chiue.se hunch -.'."i to .Ml
Dauauas, cooUiut', bunch "fitol.ui
Cirapes. I.saliclla, Hi lis
OrauRes, Hawaiian, UK) urn
Limes, Mexican. Im iui to
Pineapples, iloz in
Strawberries, Hi . i r, to .jn
dun, small yellow, ton Slum
Corn, Law lit ,iii
Charcoal, hatf :f,
Hides, wet-salted, No. 1, Hi IJ -J
No. 'J. lb i:i l-i .
Sheep Sliius, each -.'n
Lioat SUius, white, each 15 to ..'ii
A. E. ftrmtf
Civil Engineer and Surveyor.
Mlice at Wailuku Hotel,
AL.OIIA LODGE ISO 11 KNIGHT
Regular meetings will tie held nt the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second anil fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
j. t. rwxroM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
IN" Til Ii CIRCriT COURT OV TIIK
S1XONI) JflUCIAI, CIRCUIT, TKR
RITORY Ol' HAWAII.
In the .Matter of the K slate of III KI
TAKAIIASHI, I.ateof Kihei, .Maui.
NOTICE TO; CREDITORS.
Notice is hereby given to nil persons
having claims against the estate of Ihe
Takahaslii, late of Kihei, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, to present the
ame to the undersigned, James R. Love,
administrator of said estate, at Wailuku,
said County of Maui, within six months
from date of publication of this notice,
or payment thereof will be forever i
lily 25, Aug. I, S, 15
I'.elir.da Acliuna, late of Kihei, County
of Maui, Ten ilory of Hawaii, to present
the same to the undersigned I'. J. Oood
ntss, executor of said estate, at Wailuku,
said County of Maui, within six mouths
from date of pnblicatior of this notice,
or pavmenl thereof will be forever
P. J. i'.OODNKSS,
llxccutor under the last will and testa
ment of Belinda Acliuna.
July 25, Aug. I, 8, 15, 191 .
In the Circuit Court of the Second
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
At Chambers In Iivoree.
K ANA I-UKUCIII. I.ibellant, vs.
KAMIv l'TKUCHI, Libcllee.
Lima, I:ok Imvorck.
Territory of Hawaii:
To Kiniic I'ukuchi, l.ibcllee.
You are hereby notified that the
above entitled suit, the panic being for
divorce from you on the grounds of
titter 011ft wilful desertion, is now
pending in the above entitled Court, and
that the s ime will lie heard nnd deter
mined 011 Monday, the 7II1 day of Octo
ber, 1914, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, or as soon thereafter as may
be, by the Judge of said Court, sitting nt
. Hated nt Wailuku, Maui, July 23rd,
(Seal) KDMUNI) II. HART,
W. 1'. C.ROCKKTT,
Attorney for I.ibellant.
July 25, Aug, I, 8, ij, 22, 29, Sept. 5, 'l4
I The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
IJUYS AND SKLL.S REAL ESTATE, STOCKS A I'.ONPS
WRITES FIRE AND LI EE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
S EC U RES I N V ESM ENTS
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
U. IJOX .14b
JAM ICS R. I.OVIv,
the estate of Ihe
IN Till' CIRCUIT COURT OU TIIK
Sl'.COM) CIRCUIT, "1KKRITORY
At Chambers In Divorce.
MARIA hi; NOI'.RIOA URIUTAS,
r.ibellant, vs. JOAO I Rl'.ITAS, I.ibellee
1.11:1:1. 101; imvkuci;.
Territory of Ha vaii:
To Joao l'reitas, I.ibelhe.
You are hereby notified Vial the above
entitled suit, the same being for a di
vorce from you on the grounds of mm.
support and desertion, is now pending
in the above entttied Court, and that the
same will be heard and determined on
Thursday, the 16th (lay of September,
1914. nt 10 o'clock in the forenoon o f
said day, or as soon thereafter a may
be, by the Judge of said Court, sitting nt
Dilted at Wailuku, Maui, July 8, 1914.
(Seal) KDMUNI) II. HART,
Attorney for I.ibellant.
,'uly 11, IS, 25, Aug. i, 8, 15, 1914.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT OK TIIK
SKCONP JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TKR
R I TORY OK HAWAII.
In the Matter of tht Kslatc of I'.KI.IN
DA ACIIUNA, I.ate of Kihei, Maui. '
NOTICli TO CRUHTOKS. BEST RESULTS
Notice is hereby given to all persons USE HONOLULU
having claims against the estate of STAR OIL -
m CooK in a
sri cool Kitcnen
A good oil stove will do away
with the swelter and discomfort of a blazing
hot range. Get an oil stovo this summer and do your
kitchen work in comfort. The
OIL COOK STOV6
does all that any wood or coal stove will do. It bakes, broils,
roasts and loast9 perfectly. The long chimneys concentrate
the heat just under the utensils. It is not wasted or thrown
out into the room. The New Perfection doesn t smoke or .
smell; doesn't taint the food. It bums kerosene, the
clean, cheap fuel. Think of the comfort no coal or
wood to lug; no ashes to dirty the kitchen. Ask
your dealer for the New Perfection.
Standard Oil Company
nuking the identification of Hawaii- lers in the country districts should
tn-bom orientals more easy. A be so shaped out that the excess of
1'ggs for Hatching, Day-OKI
Chicks, Voting , Laying ami
Breeding Stock. Our birds arc
trap-nested, pedigreed, standard
and line bred. Custom hatelii'ig.
Fancy Table Kggs and Poultry
l'rile for price list. Visit our place.
Das Kaiserlich Deutsche Konsulat erhielt heute nachfol
gendes Telegramm von der Kaiserlich Deutschen Botschaft
"Deutschland befindet sich im Kriegszustand
mit Russland und Frankreich; Mobil machung
erfolgt, Militaerpflichtige haben entsprech
end ihrer Mobilmachungsordre zu handeln."
All Deutschen Militaerpflichtigen der deutschen Armee
und Marine einschliesslich Reservisten, jedoch unter Aussch
luss des Landsturmes werden heirdurch aufgefordert, sich un
verzueglich in die Heimat zurueckzubegeben. Naehere Aus
kunft wird im Kaiserlich Deutschen Konsulat, Hackfeld
Building, Honolulu, bereitwilligst erteilt.
Kaiserlich Deutscher Konsul.