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Till: MAUI XEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1914.
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BY COUNTY CLERK
CONCERNING ERASURE OF NAMES OF ELECTORS.
In compliance with the provisions of Section 6, of Act GS, Session Laws
of 1911, as amended by Section 2, of Act 105, Session Laws of 1911, and
any other law or laws of the Territory of Hawaii, enabling me bo to do,
notice is hereby given that, unless good cause is shown for not so doing,
it is my intention, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1914, to erase from
the General Register (Official) of Eleilois for the County of Maui, the
names and signatures of the electors Ik reinbelow mentioned for the rea
sons hereinbelow given:
Reasons tor Erasuerj
Precincts Death and Romov-:Names
als ol sidence
Reasons lor Erasure
Precincts Death and Remov
als ol Residence
John Eli Kekipi "
Rkhtid C. Searle
Julia W. Searle "
Antone Abreu "
Jno. Q. Babtist "
Adam M. Chislett "
Lu'her K. Kalama, Jr."
Kiule Kapahu "
Kingsbury, Selden B. "
Benjamin Kinilau "
Anione S. Pombo "
Harry K. Smith
John K. Waiwaiole "
Biela, Joseph E. "
Ferreira, Manuel "
iliapo, John "
Hiapo, Kalanl "
Kaaumoana, James "
Ka-ka. Ikl "
Kaliooluhi, Lipano "
Kaihe, John "
Keawe, W. P.
Ke.ionui, Ceo. L. "
Keahilima, W'm. "
Kaapuni, John "
Kaena, Joe "
Kaneaola, S. P. "
Kiha, Paulo "
Miller, Ed. L.
Ried, Robert J. "
Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 10, 17.
Opio, H. K.
Ilulopinai, A. M.
Kaea, Sam K.
Khaiulclo, J. K.
Kaipo, E. V.
Kal iinolua. Jack
Kap hi, W. K.
Kaunamano, S. K.
Ke'jhokui, J. S.
Lee, E. 15.
No, by, William
Opukuioho, V. B.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk of the' County of Maui
ALOHA LODGE NO. 8 KMGHT8
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hail, Wailuku, on the
second aud fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
J. T. FANTOM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. R. & S.
LODGL MAUI, No. 5)84, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahuhii, on the first
Jvitnrday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
. K. UKVINS, R. V. M.
A. L,. CASK,
tf Secret a rv
Telegraph News of the Week.
PAY YOUR MONEY, AND
ANTWERP, October 5. No forts have fallen. Situation unchanged.
TAKE YOUR CHOICE.
BERLIN, October 5. Three forts and intermediate" redoubts guarding
Antwerp, with thirty guns, have been taken. Way is thus opened to entrance
of German forces to make attack on Inner circle of forts.
Official reports last night say: "On right wing and in Argonne district,
the battle of Germans against the Allies, is proceeding successfully. In
siege of Antwerp and in movement of eastern war arena, German operations
are proceeding effectively according to plans.
RED SMITH BREAKS LEG. NATIONALS CRIPPLED.
NEW YORK. October 7. Red Smith, Boston Nationals, broke leg today
while sliding to base.
AT LAST! AT LASTM
WASHINGTON, October 5. President announces today that Congress
will adjourn, October 15. No extra session in November contemplated.
CASE WHERE JOHNSON "CAN'T COME BACK."
CHICAGO, October 5. Jack Johnson has forfeited bail bond of $55,000.
ALLIES WERE FORCED BACK.
PARIS, October 5. On left battle front north of river Oise, battle con
tinues furiously and undecisively. Have been obliged to yield some ground.
Elsewhere situation unchanged.
SAY GERMANS WERE DRIVEN OUT.
PARIS, October 5. In Russia, German rrmy on river Niemen, has been
driven back along enitre line, evacuating Rusian provinces of Suwaiki and
Lonja, and abandoning considerable war material.
PORTUGUESE TO BE IN FIGHTING?
BERLIN, October 5. British ships have arrived at Lisbon, probably
to transport Portuguese troops to ports of France, where they will be sent
to front. Portuguese army mobilization, at request of Great Britain, is im
minent. CZAR GOES TO FRONT.
PETROGRAD, October 5. Czar has arrived at headquarters of active
war, on German-Austrian frontier.
FRENCH WINNING HARD BATTLES.
PARIS, October 5. Heavy fighting at Soissons between Allies and Ger
mans. S everal lines of trenches have been taken by Allies in hand to hand
fighting. Germans contesting every step. Battle on left still raging without
advantage to either side. These announcements made officially last night.
No reports from Eastern wing nor of operations near Arras, where envelop
ing movement has been in progress for some days.
Dispatches from Bordeaux say that President Poincaire accompanied by
premier and minister of war, left temporary capital yesterday noon to pro
ceed by auto to battle front. Will remain several days in field, visiting
troops for purpose of encouraging them and congratulating them on successes.
ARMIES GETTING RELIGIOUS.
LONDON, Ocotber 5. Times says war is causing religious revival in
France. French troops are showing great heroism in the field as well as
laboring unselfishly among wounded from the battlefields and refugees.
Times expects similar religious revival in England.
GERMANS PUSHING AHEAD.
AMSTERDAM, October 5. German activities increasing on Dutch bor
der. Belgian town Lanaeken occupied by Germans.
ANTWERP, October 5. Situation unchanged. Artillery duel between
forts defending city and German siege batteries still continues. All bridges
over river Nethe have been destroyed by Belgians to delay operations from
north. Germans have requested a two hour armistice to bury dead who were
killed in unsuccessful assaults on outer line of defenses.
TURKEY AND ITALY BECOMING INVOLVED.
AMSTERDAM, October 5. It is reported that Italian naval contingent
which landed at Abalona, Albania, taking complete possession of capital
city, have been routed by the Turks, with Austrian assistance. If this is
correct, Itaily will probably become involved in the war.
MEXICANS MAKING TROUBLE ON BORDER.
NACO, October 5. General Matorena has been making desultory attack
on forces of General Hill, and the latter Is replying. American cavalry
troops on border patrol along line adjoining Naco, and are under fire, carry
ing their orders in keeping wounded Mexican soldiers off American territory.
TURKS HOLD KHEDIVE OF EGYPT PRISONER.
ROME, October 5. Advices from Constantinople say that Khedive of
Egypt on visit to Turkey, is practically a prisoner. Sultan has ordered
Khedive not to leave city without permission.
GERMANS CLAIM GENERAL SUCCESS.
BERLIN, October 5. Antwerp forts waver. St. Catherine and Dortweld
forts have been taken. Fort Walhe'm is invested. Termonde is occupied
by our forces. New attempt by French to turn, western wing of army, has
been frustrated and French are terribly excited. South of Roye and at Tout,
sorties by enemy have been repulsed.
RUSSIA SAYS GERMANS BADLY WHIPPED.
PETROGRAD, October 5. Officially announced that battle of Augu&tove,
where German invasion of Suwaiki province was repelled, ended yesterday in
complete defeat of Germans. Germans fleeing along whole East Prussian
front and abandoning stores and supplies. They have lost their heavy artil
lery. Russian troops are in pursuit.
GERMANS CLAIM VICTORIES IN RUSSIA.
AMSTERDAM, October 5. Reported here that German commander of
forces at Kccnigsberg, has announced capture of 3000 Russian prisoners
and eighteen big guns in battles of Thursday and Friday.
AMERICAN BALLOON SOLD TO BRITAIN.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 5. Sale to Creat Britain for $25,000, dirigible
balloon "America" which was, built to cross Atlantic, is reported here. It
will be used for war purposes.
MORRIS ROSENBLADT WEDS.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 5. Morris Rosenbladt and Mrs. Servia A.
Young, widow, will be married here today.
TREASURER COMING HOME.
HONOLULU, October 6. Treasurer Conkling is enroute home.
New charter for Honolulu is again being talked of.
EMBEZZLING CASHIER CAPTURED.
HONOLULU, October 6. The Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association has
received word of capture of the former cashier who embezzled, over $9000
in Manila. He was found in Ceylon and will be taken to Manila.
SCHOOL TEACHER HELD UP.
HONOLULU, October 6. Foot-pads in Manoa valley held up and robbed
6chool teacher returning home.
McCARN ON STAND.
McCarn testified as to his side in row with McBryde.
KAISER BREAKS WITH VON MOLTKE.
LONDON, October 6. Kaiser Wilhelm has removed Field Marshal Com
mandant von Moltke, the strategical genius of 'the German army, as chief
of general staff, to which he was appointed in 1906. Kaiser and von Moltke
differed regarding conduct of present campaign. Aside from dealing with
him in military affairs, the Emperor never recognized his former chief of
staff. Coldness has existed for years.
FRENCH FLEET AGAIN BATTER CATTARO.
ROME, October 6. French warships have resumed bombardment of
Cattaro, the Austrian port In Adriatic.
ANOTHER BRITISH STT.AM ER LOST.
LONDON, October 6. British steamship Holland blown up by mine.
Crew saved. Holland sailed from Galveston on September 9.
GERMANS ATTACK JAP3 BUT ARE DRIVEN BACK.
TOKIO, October 6. Weary of waiting for Japanese to make opening at
Tacka, detachment of German troops in Tsmgtau, moved upon Japanese en
trenchmcnts last Friday. Pattle of a few hours ensued, in which Germans
suffered losses, and were finally repulsed.
WILL CHINA MIX IN GENERAL CONFLICT?
PEKING, October 6. Relations between China and Japan are strained.
Chinese minister has made second demand on Baron Kato for withdrawal of
Japanese troops from Yee Ken, and for 3econd time the demand has been
disregarded. Chinese press is crying for war. Asserts that Japanese occu
pation of Yee Ken, is violation of neutrality, and refusal to leave makes
BRITAIN BUYING AMERICAN HORSES AND MULES.
ST. LOUIS, October 6. Great Britain is buying 10,000 horses. Many of
them from Missouri Valley. Special trains rushing them to Atlantic sea
board. Great Britain is in market for 25,000 mules. '
PARIS STILL CLAIMS ADVANCE BY ALLIES.
PARIS, October 6. Our left Trent is extending daily. Important masses'
of German cavalry are reported near Lille, ten miles from frontier, while
near Paris there is little change. Near Lassigny sn important German attack
has failed on right bank of Ai;ne. Near Soi&sons allies have made slight
advance. Have also made c I i g h t advance near Ceibyaubac.
RUSSIA SAYS CtRMANS ARE RETREATING.
PETROGRAD, October 6. Russian offensive operations against Ger
mans continue. Germany's fortified position being heavily bombarded. Konigs
berg garrison has sent reinforcements to German line. Russian aviators
hovering over German position report there is uninterrupted movement of
German troops westward.
GLOOMY SILENCE SEEMS TO BE POLICY.
LONDON, October 6. War news is virtually contraband of war, so hard
is it to secure. British official sources arc silent today as to operations of
Allies, and other war matters. French war and government officials are
Increasingly laconic. Germans contradict everything.
ITALIAN OFFICER STEALS SUEMARINE.
LONDON, October 6. News dispatches from Rome say that a sub
marine, just completed in ship building yard here, has been stolen on her
trial trip. Was taken out under command of a retired naval officer, who
left note saying builders of warship would furnish information as to his
disappearance. Crew was ignorant of destination. Reported missing vessel
has gone to help Russia, and that commander was dissatisfied with neutrality
preerved by Italy.
RUSSIANS DECLARE GERMAN DEFEAT COMPLETE.
ROME, October G. Russian embassy announces that defeat of German
army in Suwaiki province ia complete. Germans forced to abandon every
thing. Loss estimated .70,000 men.
GERMANS HANDICAPPED BY ISOLATION.
LONDON, October 6. News from continent is that enormous expense
and wastage of forces and shortage of gasoline are hampering German move
ments. Horse drawn equipage as well as motor driven trucks are much
affected. Allies have access to foreign markets for supplies. Russia now
holds vast Hungarian breeding grounds where thousands of horses are held.
Also hold rich oil country of Galicia which has the most important oil
production and refineries In Europe.
STORY OF ENDURANCE HARD TO BELIEVE.
COPENHAGEN, October 6. Germans in Vosges have been fighting 37
days and nights without rest in flooded trenches. Strain almost unbearable.
French caid to occupy excellent position and their hidden guns are raining
incessant fire on Germans.
GERMANS TAKE FRENCH FORT.
BERLIN, October 6. Fort des Camps, near St. Mihiel, has been taken
by Germans. Five officers and 500 men captured, rest of garrison having
perished under casements that collapsed under bombardment.
STOLEN SUBMARINE TURNS UP.
BORDEAUX, October 6. Missing submarine has arrived at Corsica.
Mysterious trip unexplained.
Polish paper publishes account of shooting of General Caulbars, of Rus
SAYS McCARN IS A NICE MAN.
HONOLULU, October 7. In McCarn trial yesterday deposition was read
from Governor of Tennessee, who gave defendant good reputation. McCarn
testified to things he had heard derogatory to McDride, which had put
him on lookout for trouble. Testimony for defsnse may end today.
WILL DEPORT UNDESIRABLE.
Joe Ferraz, charged with larceny on several counts, will be deported
NO CHARGE FOR SENDING RELIEF FUND.
Well3 Fargo Co. will forward subscriptions to Red Cross fund free
LITTLE WAR NEWS NOW COMING.
HONOLULU, October 7. Bulk of dispatches today merely repeats what
was 6aid yesterday. Little news Is filtering through and most pf this
Is of contradictory character.
NO MORE BEEF FROM AUSTRALIA.
Word from Sonoma that she has no refrigerated beef on board from
Australia. This news may tend to again advance prices. England will
not allow beef to be shipped during war.
WILL ARREST BOTH PREACHER AND f HOVMAN.
HONOLULU, October 7. Magoon and Wadman will both be arrested
hy sheriff for running Sunday moving picture shows.
t FRENCH CAPITAL RETURNING TO PARIS.
PARIS, October 7. Government will return from Bordeaux this week.
No danger now of Germans capturing city.
Violent battle with Germans continues on left along Oise river. Center
comparatively calm. Heavy fighting alonj heights of Meuse continues. French
have made small gains in northern part this district.
MORE HELP FOR ENGLAND FROM CANADA.
OTTAWA, October 7. Canada will immediately raise and send second
expeditionary force of 20,000 men to England for service against Germany.
BRITISH AND GERMANS CLASH IN CHINA.
PEKING, October 7. British force at Kiauchau attacked Germans yes
terday. Latter withdrew to Tsingtau and Allies are preparing for decided
advance and assault on position at Jaluit Island.
Japanese released Japanese prisoners held by Germans and one British
GERMANS CLOSING IN ON ANTWERP.
LONDON, October 7. Information from Antwerp says military governor
of that city, informs burgomaster that bombardment of city is imminent.
This information tends to confirm reports that outer forts have been reduced.
MYSTERY SURROUNDS GERMAN MOVE.
LONDON, October 7. Dispatches to Times says 20,000 German cavalry, .
infantry and artillery are approaching French border north of Tourna' des- '
GREAT BRITAIN'S NIGHTMARE AGAIN TROUBLES.
Count Zeppelin is at Wilhelm's Haven, supposedly making preparations
for raid against Great Britain by fleet of dirigibles.
PAPEETE BOMBAKDMENT COSTLY.
SAN FRANCISCO, October 7. Damage from bombardment of Papeete
amounts to $2,000,000. Two persons killed. ,