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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II., SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914.
PUNS ARE COMPLETE FOR BP
Convention B THREATEHS GERMAN ARMS
Hawaii Delegates Arrive Last Night, Oahu and Kauai
This rooming. Program Assures Busy Time For
AH. -Public Invited to Attend Tonight's Session.
Wlicn President F. F. Baldwin, of
tlio Maul Chaml)or or Commerce calls
llio Third Civic Convention lo order
In the Wailuku Armory at 9 o'clock
this morning, it is expected that bet
ween 150 and 200 visiting delegates
will answer to their names. The Ha
waii delegation, numbering 30 strong,
is already here, having arrived by the
Manna Kea last evening. The Oahu
and Kauai representatives will arrive
by tho Kilauea especially chartered
for the trip, which is due in Kahului
at 7 o'clock this morning.
The Hawaii crowd is made up as
Kohala: Rev. J. F. Cowan, O. P.
MoDougal, John Hind.
Hawaii Hoard of Supervisors: H.
Lyman,. J. A. M. Osorio, D. K. Ewa
liko. Hilo Board of Trade: H. n. Elliott,
C. 0. Kennedy, Patterson, C. E.
Wright, E. F. Nichols, H. E. Kelsey,
Rev. O. Laughton,-U. S. Bowman, Geo.
II. Huddy, .Tas. Itussell, Carl Carl
smith, A. U. Henderson, Win, M. Rur
nctt, Geo. A. Cool, N. C. Wiirong, S. S.
Rotph, 13. N. Deyo, J. Gouvela, Chris.
Castondyk, Sam Johnson, 1). E. Motz
ger, It. W. Killer.
Kona: R. V. Woods.
Up to last night, a complete list of
the representatives of the various
Oahu organizations had not been re
ceived. However, word has been re
ceived from Secretary Brown, of the
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce, to
tho elfect that about one hundred
couid be counted on from that island.
Oahu to Send Hundred.
The following names form a partial
list of those expected from Oahu:
California Feed Co., Lowers &
Cooke, Love's Bakery, W. O. Barn
hart, Henry Brcdhoff, Dr. A. A. Bra
ley, Geo. It. Carter, Thos. Church,
Chuch Hoy, H. S. Decker, W. It. Far
. rlnglon, C. B. Gage, C. M. Hicks, Irv
ing I. Hurd, It. E. Lambert, J. D. Lov
enson, J. P. Mellm, Jas. Morgan, J.
M. McChosney. F. H. McNamara, .1.
M. Iliggs, W. Ylm Sam, Percy Not
ing, G. B. Schrader, Knrston Thot,
Ed Towse, Guy Tuttle, G. It. Ward, L.
A. Thompson, Dr. J. H. Waddell, G.
Fred Bush, D. H. Lewis, Clarenco H.
Cooke, E. II. Paris, First National
Dank, Benson Smith & Cq M. M.
Johnson, G. J. Waller, Harry Cobb,
Sehaefer & Co , Hackfeld & Co., F. E.
Make, Von Ilamm Young Co., George
P. Castle, Raymond C. Brown, J S
H. Pratt, L. A. Thurston, F. G. Krauss.
Bank of Hawaii, Killers & Co., Gnorge
Aliens, James Cockburn, Arthur Berg,
A. W. Meyers, J. T. Warren, Albert
Waifihouse, Watqrhouso Trint Co., A.
J. Campbell, W. O. Smith, George C.
Potlur, Gerrit Wilder, Sherwood Low
roy, J. F. Sopor, J. F. Young, Chas.
Amotion, John Kfllngor, F. O. Boyer,
I. II. Beadle, D. II. Hitchcock, J. M.
Tlio program which has been pre
pared for llio convention, and which
in outlined in another column, Indi
cate that a most interesting and
profitable session U In prospect. It
also indicates that tho time of the
visiiois Is going to bo exceedingly
pi mil filled.
Public Invited Toniflht.
Thin ovonlng, beginning at 7:30
o'clock, some interesting short ad'
(lroesos will bo delivered at the Ar
mory, by represontHtlvcs of tho sov'
oral inlands. There will also bo nn
lllmlialcd talk by Prof. T. A. Jaggar,
Jr., director of tho Hawaii Volcano He-
Hpurcli Association, on the eruption of
the great SnkuraJInia volcano In Jap
nn. Many of tho plcturos to bo showr
wero taken by Prof. Jaggar himself.
Lalo tonight, a party of tjjo visitors
will no up Halenkala. It Is stated that
tho bad condition or tho roads were
responsible for a modification of tho
plans for taking; tlio dele-Kates lo the
HaIKu homestend section tomorrow
morning. The trip will bo made by
train to tho Hnlku cannery, and in
case it Is not raining, the guests will
bo taken on a short ride by wagon
transportation Into tho homesteads.
The ditch opening ceiemonies will
take place at a point on the Kaluiiui
Ilailroad, instead of In the honicbtead
tract, as had been intended.
Ad Club Has Minstrel Show.
Word has been received that tho
Ad Club of Honolulu has arranged to
give a minstrel show, and this ntunt
will be staged at Lahalna, during the
dinner at that place, which Is to be
given In the Pioneer Theater at C
o'clock, Sunday evening. A good deal
of mystery surrounds this fj'ature,
which is being looked forward to with
Chamber of Commerce
Gets New Members
At a meeting of the trustees of the
Maul Chamber' of Commerce held
Thursday afternoon, the following
now members were elected: T. D.
Collins. A. C. Warner, Dr. E. N.
Young, Angus McPhee, A. Garcia, A.
F. Costa, J. C. Villlers, Joseph Moi-
Oahu Wins Deciding Game Of Series
In Inter-Island Polo Tournament.
Only Game Maui Lost This
But for an accident which took
Dave Fleming out of tho game in the
third period, there is no doubt that
the Maui polo team would have won
last Monday's game from Oahu from
Oahu by a largo margin, and in so
doing carried off the inter-island polo
championship for 1914. As it was,
Oahu nosed out ahead by one goal,
the score standing 12 to 11.
Fleming received a terrific jolt in
tho chest from tho heels of Sailor Boy,
Harold Castlo's mount, sustaining
some torn cartilages of the rib con
nectious, and a fearful shaking up.
Castlo's pony threw himself and his
rider by his kick, but Castle tell clear
and was uninjured. Maul had no sub
stitute present, but W. A. Clark was
hustled into a pair of riding breeches
and pressed into tho game. Ho did
some good riding but was not in touch
with tho system of his side, and tho
fine team work that had characte.L.l
Maul's playing was In a measure gone
Oahu, having already defeated, the
U. 3. Artillery team, In also winning
from Maul, won tho championship,
and this desplto tho fact that she had
Bono down to defeat three times dur
ing the past summer to Maui, while
Monday's gamo was tho first game
that this team has lost this year.
The game which was to have been
played off last Saturday on tho Moa
nalua grounds, had to bo postponed
on account of rain, and as the town
grounds wero still unfit to play on on
Monday, tho gamo was finally playet'.
eleven of tho Hawaii delegation havo
naked to make this trip, whllo a num-! at Schofleld Barracks.
bur from Oahu will also swell tho
party Tho crowd will bo undor tho
guidance of L. von Tempsky. It will
return tomorrow morning, aftor vlt
nolng the unriso, in timo to join
tho main party nt tho luau at Pala,
Visit to Haiku Modified.
Tlio uncoitninty of tho woathor, and
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3rd.
j Ail Latest Reports Indicate Allies Have Gained Deci-
aivc Huvdiiiciyrj nil muiiy Line. umuui. iUiuus
Brief and Gloomy. Cracow Battle Imminent
9 A. M. Convention Convenes at Armory, Wailuku.
Election of Chairman,
toll Call of Delegates.
Address or Welcome
W. F. Pogue, Mnul Chamber or Commerce -
W. It. Fanington, Honolulu Ad Club
Appointment ot Committees on llesolutlons, etc.
lloport or Hold-Over Committee of Second Annual
Civic Convention, ro Financing Hawaii Pro
Committee: Ed Towse, L. A. Thurston, T.
M. Church, II. Itohrlg and It. A. Wadsworlh.
(Discussion and action on report to be taken up later.)
Iteport of Hold-Over Committee or Second Annual
Civic Convention on Construction or New
Roads, Upkeep Thereor, and Methods or Fin
ancing the Building or Iloads.
Committee: L. A. Thurston, J. II. Moragne,
It. W. Shingle, C. H. Cooke, Hugh Howell.
(Discussion and action on report to be taken up later.)
Transportation Facilities o! the Territory
C. E. Wright, Wm. McKay, and It. W. Filler,
HIlo Board of Trade.
Tlio College of Hawaii as a Territorial Asset...
President A. L. Dean of the Collego of Hawaii.
Itev. J. M. Lydgatc, Kauai Chamber of Commerce.
Hon. L. E. Pinkham, Governor or Hawaii.
Sanitation ; . . .
D. J. S. B. Pratt, Honolulu Chamber or Com
merce. The Tourist
Fred. L. Waldron, Commercial Club or Honolulu.
Noon: Lunch at Maul Hotel.
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7:30 P. M. PUBLIC SESSION.
Hawaii Itev. G. Laughton, Hilo Board or Trade.
Geo. It. Carter, Honolulu Chamber or Commerce.
Sonator Eric A. Knudsen, Kauai Chamber or
Kohala, Itev. J. C. Cowan, Kohala Civic League.
Kona, Kona Improvement Assn.
Itev. A. C. Bowdisli, Maui Chamber or Commerce.
Eruption or Sakurajlma, Japan, Moving Pictures
and Stereopticon Views
Dr. T. A. Jaggar, Jr., Director Hawaiian Volcano
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4th.
9 A. M. Assemble at Maul Hotel, Wailuku.
Automobile Trip lo lao Valley, returning to Kahului
Railroad Depot, Wailuku.
Special Train to Haiku End or Line.
Proceed to Waiklno Gulch whoro lirst water will he
turned Into new Sprockets Ditch.
Noon. Luau at Pala Mill.
1:30 P. M. Automobile trip to Makawao, through
Kula, back along Kulii-Kahulul road to Puunene,
through Wailuku to Lahalna.
G:00 P. M. Dinner at Lahalna, after which return
to Wailuku, etc.
Note: All portions of above schedule subject to-Inclemencies
or Ihe weather.
Special: Special trip will be arranged ror a limited
numbor or delegates to Cratqr or Haleakala.
Delegates desiring lo take this trip must ar
range lor their own' saddles and equipment.
Notice should bo given at as early a date as
j: tt it
!) A. M. Convention ro-Cotivenes at Armory, Wailuku.
Discussion and Action on Report or Hold-Over Com
mittee on Roads and Financing Same.
Gamo Fishing in Hawaii II. Gooding Field
Tho Hands-Around-lhe-Paciflc Club
Alexander Hunio Ford
Ed Towse, Hawaii Promotion Committee.
W. O. Aiken, Maul Chainbor of Commerce.
Discussion and Action on Report or Hold-Over Com
mittee on Financing Hawaii Promotion Com.
Action on Resolutions.
Selection of Sito of 1918 Convontion,
7:00 P. M. Banquet at Maul Hotol.
(Informal, Business Dress.)
Tho teams played as follows:
Oahu S. A. Baldwin, No. 1; II. K
L. Castle, No. 2; Walter Macfarlane,
No. 3; A. II. Rico, back.
Maui Arthur Collins, No. 1, No. 2, Oahu earned 13, less ponaltles 4.
F. F. Baldwin, No. 2, No. 3: Harold total 12. Maul earned 12, low penal
Rice, No. 3, back; David Floming, tios , total 11. Individual goals:
back; W. A. Clark, back, No. 3, No. 1. s. A. Baldwin 1, Castle C, Macfarlane
Tho score: 3. Collins 5, F. F. Baldwin 3. Harold
ALLIES CLAIM GREAT VICTORY.
LONDON, October 2. Victory everywhere It with Allies. German-resist.
ence is broken and entire army of invasion mutt an retreat to north and
east or face prospect of being wiped out. Germans have finally ben driven
out of their heavily entrenched positions in stent quarries north of Altne,
partly because of hammering by French artillery, but mainly because of
stench from dead bodies. Germans arc making desperate reslstenec In flank
Ing movement and have attempted to cut Allies lines.
Fighting of past few days has been of bloody nature.
GERMAN PAPERS PESSIMISTIC.
ROTTERDAM, October 2. German residents here arc astonished at tone
of newspaper reports from Germany. Yesterday's articles asked suspen
sion of judgment should bad news come to people.
GREAT FIGHT AT CRACOW IMMINENT.
ROME, October 2. Six million fighting men will soon be facing each
other In two great armies along Prussian border. 'Austrian-German army is
concentrating on Cracow. Constitutes half million men. Russian force be
lieved to be as great, if not greater. All Bohemian and Moravian roads are
congested with German troops on way to front.
GERMANS LOSE ARTILLERY DUEL.
ANTWERP, October 2. Artillery duel all day between German heavy
artillery and guns of outer fortifications.. Some of the German batteries des
troyed. German move in direction of Havre and St. Catherine has been
stopped on account of darkness.
German division believing forts had been reduced, charged across open
ground. Forts reopened fire and only a few Germans escaped. Several
field guns of Germans were captured.
GERMANS SAY FORCE IS OVERWHELMING.
ROTTERDAM, October 2. German papers say British are advancing
through sheer force of weight of numbers, and it Is impossible for Germans
facing them to hold them back despite superior bravery and fighting skill.
Writers in German papers admit that French have profited by lesson
taught them in 1870.
GERMAN COMMERCE DESTROYERS BUSY.
LONDON, October 2. During month of September, according to re
ports from admiralty last night, German cruisers overtook and sank eighteen
British steamers with an aggregate of 29,000 tons. During same period seven
steamers, some belonging to neutrals were sunk in North Sea.
(War News Continued on Page G )
est For All
Rice 3 Ono goal for. Maul put
through by II. Rice's pony. Safeties
huh lnl Cntle and II. Rice. Referee,
Ijiuronre Rodlugton. Timurs, II. Mao-
farlanu mid John Walker.
All Dairy Cows In County Must
Stand Inspection. Dr. Fitzgerald
Says Bovine Tuberculosis Can Be
A thorough inspection of all or the
dairy cattle on Maul is to be made
as coon -as possible by Dr. J. C. Fitz
gerald, territorial veterinarian, with
the object of eradicating any tuber-cula.-
cattle that may bo In any of
the herds. Within tlio next few weeks,
Dr. Fitzgerald expects to visit every
farm on the island that produces milk
for iale. and test out the cattle with
the tubeiculin test, which is recog
nized as an Infallible method.
Mcny or the cattle on Maui have
already been tested in the past, and
from what Is known, it is not thought
that u very great amount of dlseaso
will bo found. Some time ago 2500
head of cattle on tho Grovo Ranch
were tested, and only about 10 In
fected animals wero found. Dr. Fitz
irerald states that Maul Is nrobablv
jm very clean compared with Oahu, and
he 13 confident that It will lie possible
to entirely eradicate tho dangerpus
malady on this island, as has already
been dono with glanders In horses.
The Importance of this work may
? be appreciated when It is remembered
ihal practically all of the tuberculosis
children Is directly tracable to
their being fed milk from tubercular
It Is understood also that tho
board of health is planning to soon
make a systematic canvass of tho
Maul dairies for tho purpose of on-
forcing gonoral sanitary measures.
Have Office In Promotion Com
mittee and Will Boost Consistent
ly. Booklet Being Issued Tells
About Great Sport.
The Hawaii Tuna Club, or which II.
Gooding Field was the prime spirit In
organizing, is to have a regular olllott
In Honolulu. Mr. Field, who Is secre
tary of the new club, is being most
enthusiastically backed in his work by
the Promotion Committee, which hat
furnished 'him with desk room and It
preparing to advertise tho possibili
ties of game fishing In a moat exten
That Maul is likely to pront lamely
from the development of gamo !Whiu
In island waters, Is pratjtlenlly cer
tain, owing to the fact that Ihe b at
fishing grounds In the group are on
the ieo side ot this Island. Mr. Field
beliovos that In time a club homo
will bo built by tho new club some
place near Lahalna, but in tlio mean
time ho has made arraugeiuentVi by
which the organization will have ex
clusive uso or a well located room In
the Pioneer Hotel, at Lahalna.
Mr. Field is the author or an In
torostlng and Intnictive booklet, now
in press, on "Game Planing in Ha
waiian Waters, and Other Island
Sports." Tho pamphlet la being pub
lished by tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mlttee, and will bo given wida distri
bution on tho mainland an an Import
ant addition to tlia oommltttm' liter
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