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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914
Telegraph News of the Week.
;KKI.I, .ng. 'JX. In naval t'njMgemrnt between HuHfdati cruiser
and x.i t ion of Herman hlockfiding Kcuadron mtiulf of Finland, tier
nian cruiser M M.lchi t, in fog ran ashore, island of t I d c n lfln . litis
sian cruiser attacked.
.Mandeberc; wirelessed fur aid. and portion (lerinan squadron
responded. Magdcberg lost IT killed. '") prisoners, and S5, including
captain, are mining. ,
LONDON, Aug. -S Operations in Prussia vd unchecked. Rus
sians vestcrdav entered at;d occupied Tilsit in east Prussia, Through
out southern and eastern districts. I 'lmans have retreated and aie
i.ovv concentrated at Osterode and Al'enst' in.
Ilussian ailvance now moving; towards Komii-dier;:. ltavin crossed
the Allia. in several places. ,eft wing rapidly approaching important
railroad center of Lemlicr. Center pushing towards Posen, where is
thought first hi.' battle will occur.
Germans demanded of Tournai. in 1U lii ntii. lu(i,(KK), within one
hour. litirgoniaMcr held as hostage. Kid imposed on Charleroi.
Asquith in commenting on acts of Ccrtnans. said tiny are contrary to
all usages of war. In Yosgcs district French resumed offensive and
have driven hack German-;.
Tllli HAtll'K. Aug. .7. Military coir, spondent Newburrant
says ( Jenilany will not try to prevent occupation of IJ north-w est pro
vinces by llussia. but will withdraw forces from east anil west Prussia
and Ponierania, and if necessary from all territory north and east of
river from where Germans will make defense of Peilin.
Measure is taken to provide al! forces necessary and to jive time
to army to ileal death blow to Fn neh and p.ritish armies barring way
to Paris, and from there, dictate term to French.
ST. I'KTKIIS I J IT KG, An;:. 27.--Russian advance has passed into
wes-t Prussia and had encounter with German in Klburj! district.
Newspapers declare German reverses amounted to a rout,
PKIILIN, Aug. 2ti. Ollicial communication regarding lighting
with Russia admits situation on east frontier undecided. Previous
dispatches maintained situation was nil right.
ANTYVKRP, Aug. 27. Occupation of Xaniur did not extend
to torts, which are sti'l holding out against fierce attacks of Germans.
A.MSTKKDAM, Aug. 27. Prince George Deligne, a liclgiau
volunteer officer, and Count Yanderhurg. lieutenant British lancers,
killed in action.
PARIS, Aug. 27. In order to readjust political condition, pre
mier resigned from cabinet yesterday, and new cabinet was appointed.
LOXDOX, Aug. 27. "Chronicle urges caution on question of con
traband, and advises against attempting to search American vessels at
sea, as United States is only powerful neutral nation. Speaking of
possibility of landing cargoes at Rotterdam, paper recalls war of 1S12
and warns government.
Charkroi from which French had been driven, was re-occupied by
Russian advance is apparently continuing in direction of Posen.
French claim victory in Alsace.
Relieved that if Germans reach Paris, Russians in meanwhile will
General opinion is that Germans will find result of next assault far
Many Americans have asked to fight under colors of allies.
ROME, Aug. 20. Dispatches from Vicuna niiinmii.'c that Austria
has declared war on Japan.
LONDON, Aug. 20. Austrian government has handed Japanese
ambassador passports. Al same time Austrian ambassador at 'I'okio
is real led.
General information regarding situation in Relgium, contained in
dispatch to Telegraph, from Muns. Germans commit ted to great turn
inj movement, striving to hold Ficnch along Meuso, between Naniur
and Dinant. While armies west of Mi use are marching southward
along front many miles wide. One army threatens Mons, with obj-ct
pern (ration French frontier and descend i ng on fortified position of
Niiubege and Valenciennes.
Another is advancing towards line extending from Tournai to
French war ollice announces Germans have assumed offensive in
northern Relgium, against new position taken by allies.
Medians twice repulsed German attack yesterday, driving line
north towaids Antwerp.
NIHI, Attn. 20. Bombardment if Belgrade cont'.nues and is
severe. Hardly a building i ema ins intact .
PA RlS, Aug- 20. -Recau-e al I available forces are needed along
Mouse, French will evacuate Muelhausen.
Attack against Nancy has failed. '
Count von Schwerin, emperor's nephew, captured with detach
ment of Uhlans.
BFRl.lN, Aug. 20. German and Austrian consuls have been or
dered by French to leave Rangieis.
Italian steamer Aneona, held up by Ilritisii destroyer near Gibral
tar, and 70 German cansoripls aboard, taken prisoners.
LONDON", Aug. Dispatch from Rome, that Austria has not
ordered Kaiseriji I'.li.abeth to seek neutral port, but to join German
licet at Kiati Chan.
PICKING, Aug. 26. An American, writing from Tsing Tan says
it is considered that instructions to German forces to resist Japan, is
death warrant, of every man ill garrison.
LONDON, Aug. 26. German invaders have laid a tribute of
j'jo,HH,ui0 on Belgium.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 26.- Official information that Villa in
tends to eliminate Carranza from permanent power.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 26. Russian embassy gives out statement
of Russian successes against Germany at Gunbuiinen. Germans with
Ijii.immi men tried to turn Russian flank and failed. Russians delivered
counter attack on German center and captured considerable artillery.
Germans asked armistice, which was refused, and flighting continues.
ST. PK TKRSBU RL Aug. 20. Russian armies now occupy whole
of eastern and southern half of Fast Prussia. Retreating Germans
have abandoned 100 cannon. Russian center is marching swiftly to
wards German town of l'osen.
All German and Austrian sovereigns have been dismissed from
hoiiuialdu colonelcies, which they held; something that never occurred
in jiievious wars.
liFlII.l N', A"g. 20. Ollicial advices from Vienna cay lluoslan
army was defeated in o day battle along 42 miie line.
Prince Frederick of Snxe Meinengren, killed by shell.
PARIS, Aug. 20. Allied forces in Lorraine launched counter nt.
tack today on Germans near Luneville.
LONDON, Aug, 20. Relieved it is intention of Kaiser to make
O.-tend base from which to direct naval operations.
Zeppelins are terrifying people of Antwerp.
Times today says: "If German!" are successful, they will nnnex
all North Sea ports and direct efforts to subjugation of Great Britain,"
LONDON, Aug. 25. Desperate and sanguinary fighting in vicini
ty Xiitnur since Friday. French and British troops, engaged Germans
north of ('harlet'oi, Saturday. French troops which spread out from
Lille, met German right wing in east Flanders.
Namur fell yesterday.
Charlcroi inve-ited by Germans.
IiO.OOO Germans attacking Nalines, near Antwerp.
PARIS, Aug. 2. Failure of allies original plan of attack and
defeat of combined armies in Belgium by Germans, is admitted by
French war office.
Allies have retired, covering their positions.
German officer states that army is compelled to burn villages, be
cause women dioot on advancing troops.
Germans are advancing 'over line 100 miles long. Heavy fighting
Servia has protested in note to France of cruelties committed on
old men, women and children.
Statue W-iitis dc- Milo moved to vault as precaution against bombs
LONDON, Aug. 25.- Russia's two great armies advancing over front
of 70 miles along German border. General engagement will develop
within three or four days, to coincide with conflict on French frontier.
Russia's advance on both Germany and Austria well under way.
Austria has been forced to suspend activities against Servia and
Montenegro in order to divert strength to holding back Russians.
TOKIO, Aug. 25. Vice-Admiral Kato, appointed commander 1st
COPFNIIAGIvN, Aug. 25. Kmperor Franz Josef, reported se
LONDON, Aug. 25. All industries in Belgium are at standstill.
PARIS, Aug. 25. Official information that German offensive
operations in the north were resumed today.
French are joining with Belgians, large force being sent to join
uniy at Antwerp.
Confirmed that after yesterday's encounter in Lorraine, French
right wing was withdrawn to river Mooriagne. French have reuulsed
several attacks from Colinar
German-" deny report of capture of Muelhausen.
ROM 10, Aug 25. Austrian port of Cattaro reduced by bombard
ment of allies.
LONDON, Aug. 25. As minister of war, Lord Kitchener today
made first speech in bouse of commons. Said war will drain empire's
resources and entail heavy sacrifices.
Times admits defeat of allies except where British were engaged.
Says Ultimate success certain. England and Russia must stubbornly
resolve never to surrender. Must stick to the German as they stuck
to Napoleon until they pull him down.
BERLIN, Aug. 25. Kaiser today wired congratulations over
victory, to' Crown Prince Wilhelm, and sent him Iron Cross of 1st and
TOKIO. Aug. 25. Japanese are employing utmost circumspec
tion and deliberation in operations against Kiau Chan. Unwilling to
sacrifice Japanese lives or risk war vessels unnecessarily,
PARIS, Aug. 2 4. Great battle between the major portion of the
army of the 3 allies and the German army continues desperately.
Both sides suffering severe losses in fighting that sways back and
forth. Fighting line of Germans occupies Luneville, Auiance, and
Dieulaard, inside French border. The main positions of the opposing
armies remain unchanged.
The object of the allies is to hold Germans in Belgium while
Russia continues successes along eastern border of Germany.
German Zeppelins proving useless in war. Wind squalls believed
to have wrecked . Zeppelin No. 7 battered by French shells near
BERLIN, Aug. 24. Germans defeated French near Neuchatel.
N1SII, Aug. 24. Servian spoils in recent lighting include 45,000
prisoners, 5! guns, S howitzers, 114 caissons, 3 field hospita a and
complete column. 14 field kitchens; ammunition and telegraph equip
ment. Austria has abandoned offensive operations against Servia.
Crow n Prince William, reported woundjd at Liege, was not there.
Is at Mel..
LONDON, Aug. Si. liusoia'B offensive operations against Ger
many are described as brilliantly successful.
ROTTERDAM, Aug. 2 4. German right flank is immediately
south of Antwerp, and is moving on Lillie. Second Division is in
Belgium, moving on Maubeuge. Main northern army, 300,000 men,
is moving along Rhine.
'JING TAU, Aug. 24. Germany has issued proclamation that if
enemy wants Tsing Tail he must take it. Germans have been making
every preparation to fight.
TOKIO Aug. 21. It is lumored Germany is making effort toturn
over German raiiroad interests Shantung to U. S. Is not believed pos
sible transfer will he accepted.
'I'OKIO, Aug, 24. German shipping in Japanese ports will not
be seized at once. Fourteen days grace to be given.
Austrian Cruiser Kaiseriu Elizabeth, reported to haveleft Chinese
German port with intention of going to neutral port and disarming.
Schooner Pasadena burned at dock yesterday. Deck cargo of lum
Transport Buford and steamship Honolulan sailed for Galveston,
ROMIv, Aug. 24. - -Unconfirmed reports that Austrian nameless
vessels were lost in battle in Adriatic. Also Greece has sent troops to
PARIS, Aug. 22.- Another Zepellin destroyed by French shells,
20 miles from Luneville.
LONDON, Aug. 21. Official press bureau dispatch says Kaiseriu
Elizabeth has been ordered to disarm.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT Cot RT ol Till
SECOND JUDICIAL GKlt'ir. TER
RITORY (il-- HAWAII.
Ill Probate Al t'Ii:int r-.
In the Matter of the Estate of JACIN
TIIO l.H Sof.A. late 'l Kacpaknlua,
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
mice of Account, Determining Trust and
I lint rilint i tig the Estate.
On Rending (mil Filing Hie ' iti'
accounts of J. S. Mcdciros. Administra
tor of Hie Fsl.ite of Jacinth" le Soua,
Deceased, wherein petitioner asks, to he
allowed f uS.85 andcharged with fy7".' '.
ami nski that the same le examined ami
npproved, nml that n final order he made
of Distribution of thccniaiinng property
to the persons thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner nml sureties from nil
ftuiher responsibility lierein:
It is Ordered thru. Monday, the jSth
dny of September, A. D. mi l, " "
o'clock A. M., before the Judge of said
Court at Chambers nt his Court Room in
Wailuku, County of Maui, be nnd the
same is herehy appointed the time and
place tor hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, nnd that All persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cnuse, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted anil mti' present
evidence as to who are entitled to said
property. And that notice of this Order
be published in the MAl'l Nkws, n news
paper printed-and published in Wailuku.
Maui, for three successive weeks, the last
publication to be not less than two weeks
previous to the time therein appointed
Dated August 21, 1914-
W. S. EDINGS,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Sec
F.DDl'ND II. HART.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Sec
Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12, 1914.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COt'RT OF TIIK
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRIIORY
In Probate --At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of Sl'KK-
SAISt'RO YAMASAKI, bate of Paia,
Maui, T. II., Deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust
and Distributing the Fstate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of F. P. Rosecrans, Ad
ministrator of Estate ot Sukesah' ro
Yamasaki, Deceased, wherein petitioner
asks to be allowed $5100.25 and charged
with J6316.80, and asks that the same be
examined and approved, and that a final
order be made of Distribution of the
remaining property to the persons there
to entitled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all further responsibi
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 2Sth
day of September, A. D. 1914, at 10
o'clock A, M., before the Judge of said
Court at Chambers at his Court Room i
Wailuku, County of Maui, be ami the
same hereby is appointed the time and
place for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present
evidence as to who are entitled to said
property. And that notice of this Order
he published in the Mai'I Nkws, a news
paper printed and published in Wailuku,
Maui, for three successive weeks,
last publication to be not less than two
weeks previous to the time therein ap
pointed for said hearing.
Dated August 20th, 1914.
W. S. KD1NC.S,
Judge of the Circuit Court, of the Second
KDMl'NI) II. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court, of the Second
K. R. BRVINS,
Attorney for Administrator.
Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12, 1914.
Continued on next page.
IN TIIK CIRCUIT COURT FOR TIIK
SKCOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. TKR
RITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Kstate of MARIA
ISABFX MONIZ, Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing on ad
ministrator's Application to Sell Real
Now this matter coming on upon the
filing of a petition by H. R. Bevins, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Maria Isabel
Mouiz, Deceased, praying for an order
of Court to sell real estate belonging to
the said decedent at the time of her
death, to wit: Lot 27 situated at Wai
akoa, Kula, Island of Maui, T. H., com
prising an area of 12.15 acres more or
less with the improvements thereon, for
the purpose of providing funds for the
payment of debts and expenses of ad
ministration; and for the best interests
of the persons entitled to said estate as
heirs and distributees.
It is Hereby Ordered that Thursday,
the 17th day of September, 1914, be and
the said date is hereby set as the time
for hearing hereon, at which day at
10:00 A. M. at the Court Room of this
Court at Wailuku, Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, all persons interested herein
shall appear before this Court and show
il rii.v thiv have, why an order
,hon;d ii' 4 be granted for the sale .,
-ocli red pro 1 eriy.
And it is further Ordered, that not re
,,( this or.hr be published in the Mai 1
N, S. a weekly newspaper, printed and
published at Wailuku, County of M ini,
Territory ol Hawaii, for three successor
eek, ilie li'-t publication to be not lev.
'ban ten d ivs previous to the time
herein appointed tor 'aid hearing.
Dated llns loth day of August, A. I)
,s,i.) S. It. KINCSIU RY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
EDMUND II. II ART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Second
Judicial Circuit. Territory ol Hawaii.
Aug. 15. 27, .".1. Sept. 5, I9I4-
In the Circuit Gmrt of the Second
Circuit, Tciritory of H.twaii.
At 1 lumbers -In Divorce.
KANA I t KtMII. bibcllan', v..
KAMI'. I TKl'c'Itl, I.ibellee.
I.ll'.l 1. 1 ok In VOUCH.
Territory of Hawaii:
To Kame Fuknchi, I.iln llee.
You aie hereby notified that Hie
above entitled suit, the same twing for a
divorce from you on the grounds ol
utter and willui iKsirtioti, is now
pending in the aU ve enlltlcVCourt, and
that the sime will be heard nnd deter
mined on Monday, the 71I1 day ol Octo
ber, l'i 14, at m o'clock in the forenoon of
said day, or a s'U thereafter as may
he, by the Judj-c of said Court, sitting at
Dated at Wailnkn, Maui, July ?.;td,
(Seal) EDMUND H. IIAKT.
W. F. CROCKETT.
Attorney (or l.ibellaut.
Ju'v 25, Aug, 1. S. 15. 21, 29. Sept. 5. '
Notice of rorccIoHurc iintl
To Kalepo Wallace nnd Keapuni, his
wife, o Katnailc, Kula, Counlv of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, and to nil
whom it may concern:
Notice is hereby give:! that under a
power ol sile contained in that certain
mortgage executed by the nliove named
Kalepo Wallace his wife, unto Patrick
Coekett, of Waikapn, County of Maui,
Territory ol Hawaii, dated me 1411. oav
of June, A. D. 19'!. and appearing ol
record in the Office ot the Registrar ol
Conveyances at Honolulu, Oahu, T. II.
in Hook 407 on Pages 4.w 441 covering
all of the right, title and interest of the
said mortgagors in ami to the herein
after described proHrty, and given to
Secure the payment ol the amount of a
certain promissory note dated the 14th
day of June, 191;,, m ide and executed
by the said Kalepo Wallace Unto the
said Patrick Coekett, in the sum of
fioojxr, due one year after date there. (
and bearing interest al the rate olio tcr
annum, and which said note ami interest
due thereon is who'ly due and unpaid
although past due, il is the intention of
the said Patrick Coekett, mortgagee, to
foreclose the said mortgage for default of
payment of the note and indebtedness se
And the said Patrick Coekell or his
duly authorized agent or attorney will
on Mondav, the l4lh day of September,
1914, at 12 o'clock noon of ,s.iid day, at
the front steps of the Courthouse at Wai
luku, County of Maui, Territory ol Ha
waii, offer lor sale and sell to the highest
bidder therefor, all ol the light, title
and interest of the raid mortgage rs in
and to the following described property,
Fitst One fifth undivided right, title
and interest in Oraal 49 to Richard on,
Apana 3, containing an area of Teii
Second One-fifth undivided right,
title and interest in Grant 469 to Rich
ardson, Apana 4, containing an area of
Third - One-fifth undivided right, title
and interest in Grant t'19 to Richardson,
Apua 5, containing an area of Ten
Fourth-One-fifth undivided right,
title and interest in Grant 4'k to Rich
ardson, Apana 6, containing an area of
all situated at Kamaole, Kula, County
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii; to satisly
the amount due on said lu te and secured
by suid mortgage, to wit j.i..k with in
terest ilue thereon together with costs
and charges of said sale including a rea
sonable attorney's fee.
Terms of Sale Cash. Dieds at ex
pense of purchaser.
Dated this 2oth day of August, 1914.
E. R. BEVINS,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
August 22, 29, Sept. 5, 191 4.
PUPILS WANTED- All young nuu
and women who would like to be steno
graphers, typewriters, or bookll
in an evening school, should write
A.BROWN, l'UUNKNE, lor info!1
Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5.