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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1914.
Good Prises 3
Commissioners' Sale Of Awnna
Estate Property Averages Over
SI 00 Per Acre Three Pur
chasers Buy Entire Tract.
Titp sum of $5950 was realized last
Saturday at the commissioner's sale
of the Awana estate property, In
front of the Wailuku Court House. A
large crowd attended the sale, which
was made through Edmund II. Hart,
auctioneer, and while bidding on some
of Hip lot wan folrly keen in a num
ber of instances, most of the buying
was confined to two or three parties.
Chief interest centered in the 11
lots in Makawao, aggregating 56.4
acres, which brought a total of $5850,
or something over $1Q0 per acre on
the average. The first three of these
lots were bought by the Tain See Com
pany, for ? 125, $050, and $500 respect
ively. Lots Nos. -1 and 5 were bid In
by A. H. Sonza, Jr., at $175 and $225.
Number (i was sold to Tam Chong for
$355. The remaining five lots of the
subdivision went to T. Apo Liilii, for
$710. $-180, $G50, $550, and $800.
06-100 acres in Waialuanul, Koolau,
Maul, sold to A. F. Tavares for $25.
Fourteen acres at Papakauka, Honua
tiln, sold to Guy S. Goodness for $50.
8.82 acres at Pulehu, Kula, sold to
Guy S. Goodness for $25.
It. Hatch, who has been in charge
of the wireless station of the Mutual
Telephone Company, at Lahaina for
the past six months, has been trans
ferred to the Wabiawa station of the
company on Oahu, and will leave for
his new post in a short time. He will
bo succeeded on this island by B. P.
Fenn, who arrived this week and is
familial izing himself with his now
position. He was until recently tho
operator on board the steamer Lur
line. Although the transfer of Mr.
Hatch is in tho nature of a promotion
the many friends he has made during
his stay on Maui will regret greatly
to see him leave.
Japanese Marry Only
Japanese In Maui
For the nine months ending Sep
tember 30, 1014, ninety-two marriage
licenses were issued in Wailuku Dis
trict by License Commissioner J. N.
K. Keola. There was considerable
inter-marrying among the different
races, as indicated by the following
table. The Japanese, however, who
head the list in tho number of mar
riages, form a conspicuous exception
to this rule Follows tho list:
half-castes 13 21
Americans and Anglo
Saxons 4 2
Portuguese 14 13
Japanese. 29 29
Spinish "3 5
Filipinos 20 18
Chinese 7 3
Porto Hicans 1 1
Final Ball Series
To Begin October 11.
T.'io final play-off in the champion
ship series between the Wailuku and
tho Puunene ball teams will begin a
week from tomorrow. Each of these
teams has won a series of games
and the present series of five games
will be tho grand finale of tho race
whlijh has been going on slnco early
In the year between thoso teams. The
coming series will bo determined by
three out of five gamos.
IJnttoiiog for October 11, will bo:
Puunene, Scholtz and Clomont; Wai
luku, Moyor and Pombo.
FINED FOR OPIUM SELLING.
Chong Kuni, n Chineso of Kabulul,
wan up boforo Judgo McKay In the
district court yostorday morning, and
wax fined $50 on conviction of selling
opium. Chong wns taken in through
tho employment of a stool pigeon by
I). C. Lindsay lias beon confined to
hint bed by illness during tho past two
Mainland Will Be Well Placarded
Within Month Europe Also In
Case War Ends In Next Three
(Special to Maui News.)
HONOLULU, October 1. Shortly
after October 15, tho promotion com
mittee will begin Its distribution of
the 1915 Mid-Pacific Carnival posters.
I'lie printing is being done by a San
Francisco firm, and in nccordnnec
wlth the contract, the finished posters
must be In tho bands of the commit
tee by the middle of this month.
Owing to tho present war, the com
mittee believes that it will bo impos
sible to at once secure distribution of
posters throughout thoso European
count lies from which the United Sta
ted States and Hawaii has drawn
many tourists In the past. A thor
ough distribution is to bo made, how
ever, in case the war conies to a close
within three or even lour months.
Tho Carnival is to bo given wide pub
licity on the mainland through the
distribution of the posters in all the
states. They also will be well scat
tered through Canada.
Several thousand posters and mail
ing cards, and an oven greater num
ber of stickers, each bearing a ' re
production of tho poster design, will
be given out free by the committee
for use by local residents in sending
to their friends on tho mainland and
elsewhere. Posters nlso will be given
out to local persons desiring them.
Director General James D. Dough
erty said today that within a short
time he will have completed a list of
persons who will bo requested to act
as chairmen of the various commit
tees in charge of the Carnival events.
These chairmen, In turn, will choose
committeemen to work with them.
Will Try To Take Bowling
Trophy From Maui
The Y. M. C. A. bowling alleys arc
now being overhauled, so as to in
shape for the fall opening, October
1. Local rollers arc making inquiries
dally, and it is expected' that there
will be much interest in tho game
during the coming months.
The Inter-Island League is due to
start its season within the next month
and the local men will make another
attempt to bring the cup back from
Maui. Last year's championship went
to tho Valley Islanders, after an excit
ing roll-off of a tie for first place with
The Y. M. C. A. bowling alloys will
be under tho general supervision of
Physical Director Glenn Jackson, with
Russell Tulloch In charge of the base
ment offlce. Harry Newcomb, who
managed tho alleys last year, will
give some time to tho promotion of
bottling, along with his regular busi
Arrested Second Time
For Stealing Booze
Willio Kaholokai apparently has a
thirst that only stolen boozo can
slake. Although back but a few
weeks from serving a year in tho peni
tentiary for breaking into the Walhee
saloon and stealing a lot of liquor, ho
is again in jail accused of having
broken Into a Japanese residence at
Waiohu, and stolon a gallon of wine,
Ho will bo tried at the next term of
court, and the police say ho Is cer
tain to mako another trip to tho pen.
Pleasant Bathing Party.
Miss Ituth Parker gave an enjoy
able swimming party last Saturday at
her home on tho beach at Kahului
The day was spent in boating, swim
ming and gamos. A delightful lunch
was served at noon. Among those
Miss Tholma Boyum, Miss Muriel
Duncan, Miss Dorothy Forster, Miss
Dorothy Hair, Miss Margaret Hair,
M!b3 Mario Holt, Miss Alava Hanson,
Miss Olivo Lindsay, Miss Dorothy
Lindsay, Miss Virginia McConkey,
Miss Lois Murdock, Miss Mabel Tay
lor, Miss Olive Villlers, Miss Alice
Walker, Miss Annlo Walker, Miss
Eileon Walsh, Miss Winifred Wed
dick, Miss Gladys Meinccke.
AT MAKAWAO UNION CHURCH
Rev. Gcorgo Laughton, of Hilo, will
speak at tho Makawao Union Church
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. His
thomo will bo "Amorlca's Secret of
True Greatnoss; or A Study in Truo
Telegraph News of the Week.
MUST SURRENDER OR ttE WIPED OUT.
LONDON, October 2. Force of 400 Germans completely surrounded and
must surrender or be annihilated.
GERMANS GRADUALLY LOSING GROUND.
LONDON, Ocotber 1. Germans now realize that It Is Impossible to avoid
being outflanked. Are now trying to drive wedge through Allies front north
cast of Amiens. French reinforcements arrived and checked advance. Ger
mans gamely persisted but visibly failed. Then they began to bombard
Albert, which Is not fortified. The town lo said to have been utterly des
Iroycd. SAY EVERYTHING'S LOVELY.
AMIENS, October 2. Official announcement here Is that events to date
SEVERE JAPANESE LOSSES REPORTED.
PEKING, Ocotber 1. Carrier pigeon from Tslng Tau brings word that
1700-Japanese were killed and 800 wounded In recent fighting. German
SAY ALLIES WERE REPULSED.
BERLIN, October 1. Hostile forces
have been repulsed.
GERMANS MAKING STRONG STAND IN CHINA.
TOKIO, October 1. Severe fighting Is taking place at Klauchau. German
fleet bombarded Japanese position,
pedo boat and one Japanese mine sweeper sunk. Another damaged.
PARIS SAYS "SITUATION SAME."
PARIS, October 1. General situation the same. "We made progress on
left, north of river Somme, and on
AUSTRIAN OFFICER HAS CHOLERA.
VIENNA, October 1. Austrian military leader Is III with cholera.
EAST INDIAN TROOPS ARRIVE.
LONDON, October 1. Indian troops have landed In France.'
RUSSIA STRONG IN NEW TERRITORY.
LONDON, October 1. Russia now controls throughout Galicla and a mili
tary and provisional civil government
Austrian line joins the German's
Rome announces that Austrian army
SAYS SITUATION IS ALRIGHT.
VIENNA, October 1. Arch-Duke Frederick issued statement to army yes
terday saying that situation of Austrians
GERMANS AGGRESSIVE IN EAST.
LONDON, October 1. Renter's dispatch says: "Germans have begun ag
gressive movement along Prussian border. Russian front extends along bor
der for 94 miles. Germans attempted passage Nlemen River In number of
places. Everywhere repulsed. Evident strategy of Germans is to attack north
ern wing of Russians in force, to create diversion, and lessen force of Rus
sian campaign against Cracow, in Gallcia."
Austrians have abandoned line of
for defense of roads to WitkQwltz In
BRITISH OFFICER KILLED.
LONDON, October 1. Brigadler-general Frederick Wing, who command
ed third division, Royal Field Artillery,
MANY MINES ADRIFT IN ADRIATIC.
ROME, October 1. Hundreds of mines from Austrian coast are believed
to be floating towards Italy. Fishing
WEAK HEART CAN'T FIGHT.
BERLIN, October 1. Prince Arthur, third son of Kaiser, has remained
at home on account of weak heart.
THOUGHT CARRANZA WILL RESIGN.
ZACATECAS, October 1. Carranza is willing to resign and is expected
he will do so today. Commissioners to
PLENTY FIGHTING NO RESULTS.
PARIS, October 1. Official statement from war office as to conditions
along Aisne reports continuous fighting but no change in situation. Late
reports from battlefield say that nineteenth day of fight closed without deci
SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES.
Tho President of the United States
having designated Sunday next, Oc
tober the fourth, as "a day of prayer
?.nd supplication for the peace of
Europe," special services will be held
In the Church of tho Good Shepherd
at tho usual hour of worship, 11
o'clock In the morning, and at the
Union Church, at seven-thirty in the
evening. Strangers, especially visitors
to tho Civic Convention, arc very cor
J. CHARLES VILLIERS,
Rector of tho Church of tho Good
ROWLAND B. DODGE,
Minister of the Union Church.
KINNEY TO VISIT MAUI.
Hon. Henry Wadsworth Kinney,
superintendent of public schools, ex
pects to visit the schools on Lanal
next week, according to word which
has beon received from his depart
ment. Ho may also visit some of tho
schools in Lahaina district and If time
pormlts will possibly also get over
PURSER KIBLING ILL.
Charles A. Klbling, purser of the
Claudlne, is reported to be very ser
iously 111 at his homo In Honolulu.
Ho has not been in good health for
some time past, and has been off his
run for tho past several weeks.
SUPERVISORS MEET NEXT WEEK.
Tho Hoard of County Supervisors
will hold its monthly meeting begin
ning next Wednesday. Aside from
tho routino business, tho matter of -repairing
tho storm damaged roads in
the liana district, and tho roads in
tho Kulalm section, Is probably tho
chief business of Importance.
WEDDING IN CHINESE SOCIETY.
Miss Chang Kang How, daughter of
Ching How, tho Market street mer
chant, was married on Saturday last
to Mr. Ho Sun, manager of tho Ching
How store Both of tho young peoplo
wore born in tho Torritory and havo
a wide oirclo of friends.
advancing north and south of Albert
aeroplanes assisting. One German' tor
right In Woevre district."
has been established at Lembcrg.
at Cracow. Russian ambassador at
has been surrounded and defeated near
and Germans In field is everywhere
defense In Hungary and forming line
has been killed in battle.
boat destroyed by one yesterday.
reach agreement without delay.
Statement of the Ownership, Manage
ment, Circulation, etc., of The Maul
News, published weekly, at Wailu
ku, Maui, required by Act of Aug
ust 24, 1912.
Editor, Managing Editor, and Busi
ness Manager, Will J. Cooper, Wailu
ku, Maui, T. H.
Owners: (If a corporation, give
names and addresses of stockholders
holding 1 per cent or moro of total
amount of stock.)
Est. H. P. Baldwin, Puunono, Maul.
Pioneer Mill Co., Ltd, Lahaina,
D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui.
R. A. Wadsworth, Wailuku, Maui.
C. D. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maui.
Kathryn M. Case, Wailuku, Maul.
J. J. Nowcombc, Lahaina, Maui.
A. N. Hayselden, Lahaina, Maui.
Wailuku Sugar Co., Wailuku, Maui.
Wm. Lougher, Puunene, Maul.
H. Streubeck, Wailuku, Maui.
J. Garcia, Wailuku, Maul.
II. A. Baldwin, Hamakuapoko, Maui.
R. C. Searle, Honolulu, Oahu.
Est. Geo. Hons, (F. Hons, Honolu
lu), Honolulu, Oahu.
Mllllo B. Hair, c-o D. C. Lindsay,
D. II. Case, Trustee, Wailuku, Maui
J. Garcia, Trustee, Wailuku, Maul.
H. P. Baldwin, Ltd., Puunene, Maul
W. F. Pogue, Huelo, Maul.
Geo. Frceland, Lahaina, Maul.
F. A. Lufkin, Wailuku, Maul.
R. C. Searle, Jr., Honolua, Maul.
J. W. Holland, Kahului, Maul.
Enos Vincent, Wailuku, Maul.
Known bondholders, mortgagees,
and other security holders, holding 1
per cent or moro of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other securities:
Tho First National Bank of Wai
luku, holding promissory notes of
Company aggregating $-1500, secured
by first mortgage on property of Com
pany. Unsecured indebtedness ap
WILL J. COOPER,
Editor and Manager,
Sworn to and subscribed before mo
this twenty-sixth day of September,
E. R. BEVINS,
Sealed tenders will be received up
to tho hour of 12 noon, Oct. 15, 1914,
by tho Board of Commissioners for
the Territory of Hawaii of tho Panama-Pacific
International Exposition at
tho ofrico of the Chairman, 10G5 Bish
op St., Honolulu, T. II., for the sole
privilege of selling post-cards, curios,
and Hawaiian Souvenirs in tho Ha
waii Building during tho period of tho
Exposition, which is to bo held at
San Francisco from February to De
cember, 1915. All bids must bo ac
companied by a certified check for,
5 per cent of the amount offered for
the concession. Tho Board of Com
missioners reserve tho right to .reject
any and all bids, and further reserve
tho right to require the successful bid
der to submit samples of all goods to
bo sold, and to refuse leave to the
successful bidder to sell such goodt
as shall seem to them unsuitable.
Oct. 3, 10, 1914.
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
Isiued By the Territorial Marketing
Division, Sept. 25, J914.
ISLAND PKODUCH ONLY.
Kggs and Poultry.
Fresh Chicken Eggs, doz 55 to .60
Fresh Duck 12ggs,doz 40
Hens, lb , 5
Roosters, lb 30 to .32 1-3
TurkeyB, lb 27 to 32
llroilera, lb 35
Ducks, Muscovy, lb 30
Ducks, Hawaiian, doz 0.UC
Live Stock Live Woight.
Hogs, 100-150 lbs, lb 13 1-2
Hogs, 150 lbs. and over, lb 03 to 12
Pork, lb 17 to .19
Mutton, lb 07 to .11
llcor,lb 09 " .11
Calves, lb 12
Cows, lb .'.
Irinh, cwt 1.00 to 1.50
Sweet, red, cwt 1 03 to 1.25
" yellow " " "
" whlto " " '
New llerniud.li, lb 01 1-1
Ueans, string, lb 02 1-3 lo .03
Ucaus, lima In pod. lb U'l
Uccts, doz. bunches 30
Cabbage, lb 03 1;2
Carrots, doz, bunches 40
Corn, sweet, 100 ears
Cucumbers, doz 20 to .40
Green Peas, lb 10
Peppers. Uoll, lb 04 to .OS
Peppers, Cbilo. lb 01
Pumpkin, lb 01 to 011-2
Kuubarb, lb .....05 to .08
Tomatoes, lb 03 to .01
Turnips, white, lb 02 1-2
v aicrmoions, cacii
Ilananas, Chlnoso bunch 20 to .40
Iiananas, cooking, bunch GO to 1.00
r igs, iuii
Craugcs, Hawaiian. iuu
Uranus. Isabella, lb 10
Limes, Mexican, 1U0 50 to .58
I'ineannlos. doz 00 " .80
Ited Kldnevs 01
Onlico 031-2 to .01
Small whites 05
Pons, dried 03 I-l to .03 1-2
Corn, small yellow, ton 38.00 to 40.00
Charcoal, bag K0
maes, wci-saitea, ro. i, in ir i-b
iMO. j, id 13 i-s
Kins, lb 14 1-2 to 15 1-2
Sheep Skins, oach 15 to 25
GoatSklns, whlto, each 10 to 2o
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION.
September 30th, 1914.
Loans and Discounts $213,003.78
Cash and duo from banks. C3,C73.55
Unlttd States Bonds 25,000.00
Other Bonds and Securities 75,970.00
Real Estate ,GGC.G1
Banking House, Fixtures,
Five Percent Fund 1,250.00
THE HOME OF THE
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos In exchange.
THAYER PIANO CO.,
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
All candidates for Territorial offices
at the General Election to bo hold
Nov. 3, 1914, who were duly nominat
ed at the Primary Electiont hold
Sept. 12, 1914, arc hereby notified that
they arc required by law to pay to
the undersigned the sum of $25.00 on
account of tho expenses attending the
Geneial Election, within the times
hereinafter set forth, to-wlt:
(1) Candidates residing elsewhere
than. the Island of Oahu; not less than
thirty (30) days before the General
(2) Candidates on the Island of
Oahu; not less than ten (10) days
before the General Election.
WADE WAKREN THAYER,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Honolulu, Hawaii, Sept. 22, 1914.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
IN THE CIRCUIT? COURT OF THE
SECONI) JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the Matter of the Estate of Ma
ria Isabel Moniz, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given that acting
under an order of the Honorable W.
S. Edings, Judgo of tho Circuit Court
for the Second Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, made on the 21th
day ot September, A. D. 1914, author
izing:, empowering and directing me
to sell certain real property belonging
ot the estate of Maria Isabel Moniz,
deceased, for tho payment of debts
and expenses of administration, and
for the best interests of said estate,
I will on the 24th day of October, A.
D. 1911. at 12:00 o'clock noon of said
day at the front door of tho Court-
housb of the Circuit Court at ai
lukti. Mnui. T. H.. offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder therefor for
cash, U. S. Gold Coin,
That cretain piece or lot of land
known as Lot 27, situate at Wainkoa,
Kula, Island of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, containing an area of, 12.15
acres moro or less, together with tho
buildings and appurtenances thereon
and thereunto belonging.
Terms of sale, cash.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated this 21th day of September,
A. D. 1914.
E. R. BEVINS,
Administrator, Estate of Maria
Isabel Moniz, Deceased.
Sept. 2G, Oct. 3, 10, 17.
WILL REGAIN HIS SIGHT.
Deputy Sherilt Ferrelra returned
from Honolulu last Saturday, whoro
ho went several days ago on account
of the serious condiHon of his little
son, Johnnie, who has been undergo
ing treatment for his eyes. It Is now
quite certain that this treatment will
result in tho complete recovery of
the boy's eyesight, although for a timo
the little fellow was almost complete
ly blind, and tho outcome was ex
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 50,030.20.
Circulation '. 24,997.50