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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II., SATURDAY, SISPTKMBBR, 19, 1914.
Rice Carried Only Home Island. Maui Went to Prinec
By Small Majority Robinson Defeats
Cooke For Senate
With the exception of Kauai, every
county In the group returned a maj
ority for Kuhlo against Rico as a re
sult of last Saturday's primary elec
tion. On Kauai (Rico's homo county)
the vote was surprisingly light, and
Wee's majority was much less than
had been expected.
Kuhio showed his greatest strength
on Hawaii, where his plurality was
overwhelming; and on Oahu, both
districts went strongly for the present
incumbent. Considerable surprise was
occasioned by the fact that even in
tliu Fourth District, which had gen
erally been conceded to Ilice, Kuhio
polled nearly 300 majority over hiB
In icallty, Kuhio's hardest fight was
right hero on Maui, where it required
the Molokai settlement vote to place
him in tlio lead of Rice. Kalaupapa,
however, with its 1GG votes for the
Prince, gave the latter a majority of
In the race for the scnatorship nom
ination, Robinson won hands down
over Cooke, receiving majorities in
every precinct orcopt Lahaina, Puu
nene, Hamakuapoko, Huelo, and two
THE TOTAL VOTE
Kuhlo Rice less Woods Carter Notley
Oahu, 4th District 1611 1359 600 64 49 2
Oahu, 5th District 1844 669 840 41 41 9
Hawaii, 1st District.. 881 346 183 15 29 5
Hawaii, 2nd Dlsrtict.. 747 85 197 32 27 6
Maul 985 383 286 7 31 5
Kauai 249 424 214 5 17 2
Totals 6317 3766 2320 164 194 29
Delightful Beach Party
Miss Muriel Duncan was the charm
ing young hostess at a beach party,
at her homo In Kahului, last Satur
day. Some twenty of her school-girl
friends gathered at the Duncan homo
in tho morning and spent the entiro
day in bathing and having a general
good time. A delicious lunch was
served at noon-time. Those in the
party besides the hostess, were:
Misses Dorothy Lindsay, Elizabeth
Lindsay, Ruth Lindsay, Rota Rose
crans, Alice Walker, Annie Walker,
Gladys Meinccko, Ir'eno Wells, Mar
garet Hair, Dorothy Hair, Doris Hair,
Olive Vllliers, Eileen Walsh, Ruth
Parker, Winnifred Weddick, Martha
Aiken, Elizabeth Walsh, Althea Case,
Edith Fields, Grace Walsh, Margaret
Sparks, Hewitt Sparks.
Lanai 27 C
Houolua 19 23
Lahaina 97 11G
Olowalu 21 IS
Wailuku 115 139
Waiheo 53 10
Puuneno 31 198
Ulupalakua.... 32 G
Kula 29 1G
Makawao 27 40
Hamakuapoko. . 39 185
Huelo 12 29
Kcanao 17 G
Nahlku 19 3
Hana 92 7
Kipahulu 31 1
Kuupo 35 G
Halawji G3 9
Puko. 29 1
Kaunakakal. .. . 18 23
Kalaupapa 15G 7
BY BIG ODD
of the four Molokai precincts.
Antono Garcia surprised oven his
friends in the showing he made for a
House nomination, coming In at the
head of the list, with P. J. Goodness
two votes behind. John Wilcox, of
liana lost the nomlnaiton to R. J. K.
Nawahine, of the Fifth Precinct, by
The detailed results of the election
were received by the 'News' by tele
phone rind wireless on Saturday even
ing, and posted in front of the News'
olllce, where a v.ery largo crowd was
assembled, and by 9 o'clock the gen
eral results were pretty well known.
The results from Pukoo, Kaunakakal,
and Kalaupapa were combined and
sent by wireless, and it was not until
Thursday that the segregated vote
The judges at precinct 19, Halawa,
scaled all the records of returns up in
tho sack with the ballots, and as this
bag cannot bo opened, except by order
of tho supremo court, the official re
turns from this one precinct are not
available. With this ono exception,
the accompanying table is in accord
ance with the official returns, as re
ceived at tho oiUce of County Clerk.
Bowlers Stay Home
Account No Money
The Wailuku bowlers did not go to
Honolulu last night, as had been ex
pected, to roll a Regatta match with
tho Oahu bunch. The reason Is solely
one of finances. Tho boys had hoped
to net enough from the dance they
gavo last Saturday evening to pay
their steamer fare, but although tho
hop was a great success in so far as
a pleasant time was concerned, the
returns only amounted to about $30,
after expenses had been paid. Tho
money on hand, it is stated, will bo
held as tho nucleus of a fund to bo
used to take tho team to Honolulu
next February, for the annual Carni
5 19 3 10 4 15 27 H 10 27 1 1 20 2 7 1 I
1 10 32 -41 33 23 41 13 13 27 5 30 45 11 7 1 G 5
7 1 1 0 0 114 7G 14 72 121 122 95 4G 91 79 2G 118 177 10S 108 8 15 15 4
7 25 24 10 8 2G 5 1G 25 4 10 19 9 12 G -9 C
52 1 2 1 30 222 11 "0 179 2G5 221 13 10 11G 7 119 153 ICS 110 UG 95 118 "s
29 28 sl 3 4G G3 G8 23 39 79 G 32 41 31 31 35 40 49 i
2 1 1 ...... 150 72 1 39 193 207 47 29 20 15 7 183 188 212 174 12 1G 15 3
5 2 ... 4 30 1 29 9 11 38 24 28 32 20 10 4 8 21 11 22 29 :i
7 i 41 3 15 30 22 43 8 11 13 9 25 9 52 40 3 G 10 1
2 27 3J 2 1G 43 42 38 9 11 19 8 GO 40 4 G G 11 7
G 1 . 3 '131 72 G 4G 178 182 49 13 21 39 8 188 181 175 17G 7 18 21 l'"
'" 12 ... 10 33 31 13 X G 9 42 32 . . . 29 33 .'
14 1 G 12 20 30 G 4 39 2 19 35 3 G 5 3 13 27 30 32 ...
2G 3 10 14 31 7 7 31 11 3 25 2 7 7 3 17 11 10 13 ' 2
1 n IS C2 42 GG 21 27 110 37 38 103 7 28 32 4 83 34 41 51 11
3 1 7 23 4 21 8 17 34 33 28 31 1 3 3 1 4 3 4 3
0 4 8 1G 23 31 4 12 44 17 7 40 . 1 10 10 3 4 10 22 31 'lG
23 1 12 13 5 20 0 2 31 12 8 15 7 8 G 3 21 4 12 13 5
2 40 2 15 H 10 20 49 22 17 4G 12 19 28 14 IS 30 30 37 G
7 1 41 1 G 8 28 25 14 9 2S 12 3 31 31 23 3 3 9 4 l
70 3 4 2G 12C4 90 17 141 151 ISO 10 27 138 12 141 115 C 21 91 91 91 2
28C 7 31 G 1 771 1009 272 7091119 1249 1247 31G IS I 931 131 1067 1123 853 918 402 503 5G0 S
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8 Delegate to Congress J. K. Kalanianaole.
8 Senator W. T. Robinson.
t: Representatives V. F. Crockett, A. Garcia, I'. J. Goodness, R.
H J. K. Nawahine, A. F. Tavares, Ed. Waialiolo.
Delegate to Congress h. L. McCandless.
Senator II. E. l'alakiko.
Representatives L,. N. B. Keahi, Sam Kuula, II. C. Mossman.
jj Delegate to Congress George R. Carter.
Representative J. P. Kaonohi.
Delegate to Congress Charles
jj Delegate to Congress D. K.
Plan To Cut
Suggestion Tbat Sunday Lunch To
Civic Convention Be Given At
Paia. Plans For Dig Event Tak
An effort is being made by tho Paia
residents to have the' Kulalia home
steaders cut out of tho honor of enter
taining the delegates to tho Civic
Convention at lunch on Sunday, Octo
ber 4. Tho committee in charge of
tho arrangements has been asked to
have the noon-day feed take place in
ono of tho Paia sugar warehouses,
instead of some place in tho pine
apple section. Whether or not this
plan will be adopted has not yet been
definitely decided. If it is, tho visit
ors will possibly bo given a glimpse
of tho Haiku district from automo
biles beforo being taken to Lahaina
for tho dinner in the evening of tho
The arrangements committee has
decided that all Chamber of Com
merce members fortunate enough to
own ono or more automobiles, will
bo expected to place these machines
at tho disposal of tho committee on
the Sunday the Convention Is in ses
sion, for tho purpose of giving tho
visitors an opportunity to sco as much
of tho beauties of Maui as possible.
Chairman von Tompsky is making
arrangements to show tho wonders of
ifaleakala to as many of tho visitors
as caro to make tho trip on Sunday.
Ho has served notice, however, that
It will bo necessary for those of tho
delegates who plan to make this as
cent to bring with them their own
saddles and slickers the Maui supply
of these necessary articles being de
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More Uniformity to Be Demanded
In Following Course of Study.
Promotion Dy Examination, Here
after. The public schools of Maui opened
last Monday morning after tho su a
mor vacation, with substantially tin
same enrollment as last year, as far
as can be judged from Incomplete re
ports from different parts of tho
county. It will probably bo a week
or more, Supervising Principal Case
states, beforo tho exact enrollment
can bo determined, and reports, sub
mitted to him.
This is the first term of school un
der tho now regime of Territorial
Superintendent II. W. Kinney and
the now school board, and a number
of changes are being put into effect,
both as to the course of study, and in
system of Instruction, over former
years. Principal Case states that
from now on tho department will in
sist on a close adherence to tho
course of study prescribed for tho dif
ferent grades, and in order to insure
this, promotions from grade to grade
are to be mado on examination very
largely. In this way it is sought to
obviate the old trouble of lack of unl
formity In like grades in different
schools, which rendered it impossible
for a pupil to change from ono school
(Continued on Page 6.)
Some handsome banners in the
Maul colors (gold and black) have al
ready boon finished, which will servo
10 indicate me position of tlio var
ious civic bodies in tho Armory, which
will be the principal meeting place.
These banners will bo later presented
to tho several organizations.
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CRITICAL BATTLE OF WAR
German Retreat From
gical Move- Neither Side Now Has Advan
tage and Outcome is In Doubt.
ALLEGED BIGAMIST MISSING.
HONOLULU, Sept. 18. Believed
that John Aplo, charged with having
two wives may have married another
woman on Hawaii before coming to
Honolulu. He is missing.
LANE WANTS GUILD.
Difficulty found in selection of
chairman of county committee. Geo.
Guild has backing of Lane.
SUGAR AND SUGAR STOCKS.
HONOLULU, Sept. 17. Sugar
270 Olaa, 6; 340 McBryde, 6;
250 Oahu, 214; 70 H C & S, 37!4; G5
Paauhau, 18; 25 Onomea, 252; 10
Waialua, 107J2; 20 Haw Sug, 39; 110
Brewery, 16; 250 Hllo com, 2V2; 15
Haiku, 140; 10 Inter-lsland, 137!2; 10
ORAL, 130; 5 do, 129; 50 Pioneer,
25; 40 do, 2G; 50 Brewery, 16; 15
Ewa, 23; 10 H C & S, 36.
Six German merchantmen now in
and off Honolulu as port of refuge.
Jury secured for McCnrn case. Goes
on to Monday by agreement.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 17. Sir Cecil
Spring-Rice today on behalf of the
British government, expressed regret
on account of publication of an inter
view with Sir Lionel Carden, In New
York paper yesterday, In which policy
of United States in Mexico, was crit
icized. GERMAN RETREAT A "TACTICAL
VASHINGTON, Sept. 17. State
ment from German embassy today,
says the withdrawal of German left
wing, was a tactical maneuver, which
docs not affect the strategical situa
tion. He denies that retirement was
made In disorder. Heavy German
losses also denied.
PARIS, Sept. 17. "On our left
enemy continues resistance, despite
fact they have given very slightly in
some points.. Center is unchanged.
Enemy continues to fortify line al
ready chosen. Situation on right, un
changed. RUSSIAN SUCCESS CONTINUES.
LONDON, Sept. 18. Russians oper
ating in Galicia meeting with contin
ued success. No attempt of Austrians
to check advance.
Yesterday Invaders occupied Sando
merz, taking fleeing army of Danki
and Aussenbcrg. Servians going for
ward to join Russians, are brushing
aside all opposition.
Servian occupation of Semlin has
been abandoned according to Athens
Harry Lauder, tho famous Scotch
coinedinn, who passed through Hono
lulu a few mouths ago en routo to
Australia, Is now on his way back,
and this time ho has ngreed to xivo
a concert whllo his steamer in in port
something ho did not do on his out
ward trip. lie will bo in Honolulu on
Friday, October 9, and tho concert
will bo a matinee performance In tho
James A. Dunbar, of Honolulu, who
Is making arrangements for tho con
cert, has just had a lotlor'from Mr.
Laudor, in wnleh tho singer expressed
tho hope of boiiiK ablo to ropa in a
France Declared Strate
to MAUI NEWS)
AUSTRIANS BOMBARD CITIES.
Two Austrian warships In Danube
shelled Semlin and Belgrade, firing
fifty shells Into their own cities. Ser
vians withdrew from range and later
crossed back to Servia.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 18. Yes
terday Russians stormed and cap
tured Important position nacr Klzes
cholf and have crossed San river.
ROME, Sept. 18. Uneasiness of
Italian civil and military governments
continues. Secret mobilizing of
troops everywhere rumored.
JAPANESE CAPTURE COLLIER.
TOKIO, Sept. 18. German collier
captured by Japanese destroyer, is be
ing convoyed to Sascbo, where naval
board will pass on legality of capture.
Believed she will be confiscated with
her 2000 tons coal.
BRITISH VESSELS SUNfl.
German cruiser Emden has sunk
five British merchantmen in Sea of
Bengal. Passengers were saved.
SAY AUSTRIA WANTS TO QUIT.
LONDON, Sept. 18. Dispatch from
Rome to Daily Telegraph, says Aus
tria is ready to regard her cause as
hopeless. Nation now demanding that
terms of peace be asked.
GERMAN FIGHTS GERMAN.
LONDON, Sept. 19. Reports In clr
culation regarding disaster to German
Baltic fleet, received confirmation yes
terday from St. Petersburg, In form
of special dispatch to Times. Germans
fought serious battle with themselves,
one division of fleet mistaking an
oth;r for enemy.. Battle continued
for some time before mistake "was
Admiralty has announced that Brit
ish training ship Fisgard II., formerly
the battleship Arebus, foundered off
Portland In gale. Twenty-nine drown
ed. GERMAN ROYAL CASUALTIES.
BERLIN, Sept. 18. Prince Victor
of Schoenberg, is among the dead of
week in battles.. Prince Joachim,
Kaiser's youngest son, convalescing.
Prince Karls, Kaiser's brother-in-law,
said to be severely wounded.
TERRIFIC BATTLE STILL UNDE
CIDED. LONDON, Sept. 17 The third day
of the great crucial battle of Aisne,
finds three million men In a death
grapple. Battling continues with un
precedented fatality along line ex.
tending from Noyans to Nancy.. Each
side claims slight advantage, but no
measure the entertainment given him
and his wire by tho Ad Club. Ho
stated that ho is bringing with him a
company of the finest entertainers in
the world; but tho fact (hut It Is
Lauder's company Is a sulllclent guar
antee that every member Is a star.
In this company are: Selwyn
Driver, Humor ut tho Piano; Krnosl
Sewell, Living Marlonettlst; Kitty
Ryan, Irish Ilallad Singer; all of Lou
don; and Irene Uercseny, Hungarian
l.ipsy Cymbalist assisted bv
ka, (From tho Orpheum Circuit.
lender himself will nnnoar
seven songs, and will be on tho itngo
one hour and ten ml nut as. The entiro
program calls for about two and a
half hours time.
The little Scotchman has
wonderful season in Australia.
Mr. Dunlmr feels eonildHnt that ho
Hiul his company will bo tlio blgfottt
drawing oard Honolulu lias yvttr had.