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THE MAl'T XKWS. SATURDAY, OCTOTiKR 17, 1914.
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BY COUNTY CLERK
CONCERNING ERASURE OF NAMES OF ELECTORS.
In compliance with the provisions of Section 6, of Act 68, 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, enahling me so 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 Electois for the County of Maul, the
names and signatures of the electors hereinbelow mentioned for the rea
sons hereinhelow given:
Reasons lor Erasuer
Precincts Death and Remov Names
als ot Residence
Reasons or Erasure
Precincts Death and Remov
als ol Residence
John Eli Kekipi
Rkhud C. Searle
John V. Searle
Ant one Abreu "
Jno. Q. Babtist
Adam M. Chislett "
Luther K. Kalama, Jr."
Klule Kapahu "
Kingsbury, SeldenB. "
Benjamin Kinilau "
Antore S. Ponibo "
Harry K. Smith
John K. Waiwaiole '
Biela, Joseph E. "
Ferreira, Manuel '
Hiapo, John "
Hiapo, Kalani "
Kaauiuoana, James "
Kahooluhi, Lipano "
Keawe, W. P.
Keaonui, Geo. L. "
Kenhilima, Wm. "
Kaapuni, John "
Kaena, Joe "
Kaneaola, S. P. "
Miller, Ed. L. "
Ried, Robert J.
Sept. 26. Oct. 3, 10, 17.
Opio, S. K.
Holopinai, A. M.
Kaea, Sam K.
Khaiolelo, J. K.
Kaipo, E. W.
Kapela, W. K.
Kaunamano, S. K.
Keohokui, J. S.
Lee, E. B.
No! ley, William
Opulauoho, W. B.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk of the County of Maui
ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at the
Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
All visiting members are cordially in
vited to attend
J. T. I'ANTOM, C. C.
A. C. RATTRAY, K. K. & S.
LODGE MAUI, Mo. 084, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
E. R. BKVINS, R. W. M.
A. L,. CASE,
Telegraph News of the Week.
YAP PUT OUT OF COMMUNICATION.
HONOLULU, October 9. Private advices say Yap cable is severed and
many wireless plants are put out of commission.
SUNDAY MOVIES DON'T GO.
District court finds Dr. Wadman guilty of violating Sunday law in f,iv
ing Sunday movies. Consolidated Amusement Co. will give no more Sunday
Bhows, in accordance with this decision. Wadman will appeal to Supreme
JAPANESE SAY THEY HAVE HARD JOB.
HONOLULU, October 10. Local Japanese expect that fall of Kiauchau
will be delayed. Eight thousand men well fortified said to represent German
LOCAL FILIPINOS TRY TO MAKE TROUBLE.
Filipino colony of Hawaii making trouble In homeland regarding treat
ment here. Asks for legislation relief.
SONOMA BRINGS NO GOLD OR BEEF.
M issing ,$25,000 gold was not returned on Sonoma as expected. Neither
did steamer bring Australian beef for this port.
LOCAL SPORTS ON SATURDAY.
Baseball: St. Louis 5, Punahou 2. Football: Punahou won from Kams
and McKinley High beat Mills Institute.
KIAUCHAU BOMBARDMENT BEGUN.
HONOLULU, October 10. Hawaii Shinpo cable says bombardment of
Kiauchau 1ias begun.
WATKINS DROPS OUT OF RACE.
HONOLULU, October 10. Norman Watkins withdraws name from list
as candidate for House. Bill Aylett may succeed him.
WAR RELIEF FUND GROWING. '
More than $4000 in war relief fund has been raised here.
WIND-JAMMER'S PROFITABLE TRIP.
Ship John Ena reached New York in time to profit $146,000 on her cargo,
and to save $45,000 which recent low figure would have caused.
WILL NOT SELL BONDS BELOW PAR.
HONOLULU, October 13. Territorial Government rejects offer of 98
for bonds. Believed they should sell at par.
OLD LAND MARK GOING.
Last adobe structure in Honolulu is being grazed on Union street to make
room for modern building.
HART ONCE MORE A CITIZEN.
Civil rights restored to Lionel Hart by Governor.
MORE-GERMAN STEAMERS REACH HONOLULU.
HONOLULU, October 12. Two more German steamers reached this port,
after consuming long time in crossing Pacific.
HONOLULU WILL GET AUSTRALIAN BEEF.
Australian government will make exception of Hawaii regarding ship
ments of meat, on account of contract of Hawaii Meat Company to furnish
meat to army here. Provided that no meat may be shipped from this port.
BIG EXCURSION COMING.
Knights of Columbus will visit Hawaii in special chartered steamer.
BAD SPLIT IN McCARN JURY.
Second McCarn trial set for next Monday. On first trial Jury stood seven
for acquittal and five for conviction on first count, but at dinner time the
vote stood six to six and never again changed.
PRIMARY "ELECTION" DOESN'T GO.
HONOLULU, October 13. Supreme Court rules that candidates sup
posedly elected at primaries must make second run. Cooke, Rawlins, Isen
berg and Watkins affected.
COLLECTOR SPEAKS OWN MIND.
Collector Franklin, after Humphreys had refused to back demons for
judgeship, put in good word for him.
COOKE SAYS BETTER PRICES.
J. P. Cooke looks for advance in sugar.
WADMAN CASE WON'T BE APPEALED.
Anti-Saloon league decides not to appeal Wadman Sunday movies case.
HUMPHREYS DECLINED JUDGESHIP7
HONOLULU, October 14. It was after Judge Humphreys declined sec
ond judgeship of the Federal Court, that M. A. Franklin endorsed demons.
FEMALE MOB MAKES TROUBLE IN DRESDEN.
Mrs. Minnie Aldrich reports severe treatment at hands of Germans in
Dresden, where she was mistaken for an English woman. Was protected
by police from mob of women and children.
WHY PEARL HARBOR WORK IS DELAYED.
Mail advices tell of Secretary Daniels holding up Pearl Harbor dry dock
work on account of cost of accident two years ago. Federal building bill
still unacted upon.
CANDIDATES FILE NEW PAPERS.
All candidates for office have filed new nomination papers, on account
of action by Supreme Court.
McCARN BREAKS WITH ADVISORS?
HONOLULU, October 15. Humphreys withdraws as McCarn's counsel.
Rumored Magoon may follow suit, and new attorneys substituted for old
ones. Second trial begins Monday.
INDICTED FOR CONSPIRACY.
Scully, Chilton, and Fischer indicted for conspiracy in keeping evidence
from liquor commission in connection with Waikiki Inn investigation.
KENTUCKIAN FROM NORTH-WEST.
Amercan-Hawaiian steamer Kentuckian will sail direct from Portland and
Puget Sound for Honolulu.
VIENNA, October 10. King Charles of Roumania is dead. His suc
cessor favors the Allies. "
ANTWERP SUCCUMBS BELGIAN GOVERNMENT TO ENGLAND.
LONDON, October 10. Antwerp has fallen. Battle flag lowered yester
day morning, according to official news received here. Germans entered five
hours later. Belgian garrison retired and marched towards Ostend. Some
isolated forts still resist, but are not capable of blocking plans of Germans
to besiege Ostend, as is expected.
The Belgian government will remove to England.
EXPECT GERMANY SOON TO ATTACK ENGLAND.
LONDON, October 10. Great Britain expects Germany to make Antwerp
base for submarine fleet and Zeppelin maneuvers. Germany cannot make
Antwerp a naval base without violating terms of neutrality with Netherlands.
CAVALRY CLASH NEAR LILLE.
PARIS, October 11. Vigorous cavalry battle in progress during day,
south-west of Lille. Allies have advanced from Arras.
BOSTON TAKES SECOND IN CLOSE GAME.
ROME, October 10. With Belgium as base of operations active opera
tions against England will begin at end of October. Minister of navy von
Toplitz will direct affairs of German navy.
AMERICAN RED CROSS REACHES RUSSIA.
PETROGRAD, October 10. Government announced yesterday that all
along the front Russian troops are energetically offensive.
American Red Cross department, five surgeons and twenty-five nurses,
arrived here yesterday enroute to frcnt. Were enthusiastically received.
WAR MINISTER QUITS JOB.
LONDON, October 10. Italian minister of war has resigned.
STRANDED AMERICANS AIDED.
Many Americans stranded here have been given relief.
GERMAN TROOPS CAPTURED.
PARIS, October 10. War minister announced last night that general
situation is unchanged. Sixteen hundred Germans captured in lively engage
ment in Roye region.
TWENTY SHELLS FELL IN CITY EACH MINUTE.
THE HAGUE, October 9. The bombardment of Antwerp began at mid
night last Wednesday. City is on fire in four places. Inner forts 4 and 6
have been silenced. Last night shells fell in city at rate of twenty to tne
.GERMANS HAVE REVERSES IN POLAND.
PETROGRAD, October 11. Entire German army which advanced into
Polish province of Suwaiki, has been withdrawn in face of Russian aggression.
Following rout of German forces at Augustowo, despite denials of Germans
that losses in engagement had been heavy, Russians have many prisoners,
and huge quantities cannons and supplies. Estimated killed and captured,
TITANIC SURVIVOR SUICIDES.
OSTEND, October 11. Stewardess, survivor of Titanic wreck, commit
ted suicide by dropping off S. S. Devonian. Had been suffering from a nervous
trouble since the Titanic wreck.
THE KING IS DEAD! GOD SAVE THE KING1
BIG CASUALTY LIST IN PRUSSIA.
LONDON, October 13. Enormous total of 211,00 killed, wounded and
missing men among Prussian troops, Is contained in pamphlet of casualty
list published in Berlin. This does not include losses among the Bavarians,
Saxons, or Wertennurgians.
DROWNED WHILE ON ERRAND OF MERCY.
WASHINGTON, October 13. Five members of crew of revenue cutter
Manning, and assistant-surgeon Jenkins, were drowned when boat capsized
as they were returning from delivering medical supplies at Cape Sarichz,
HORSES DOING DOUBLE DUTY IN EUROPE.
VIENNA, October 13. On account of scarcity of beef, horse flesh Is
being consumed in large quantities.
LEADING ITALIAN IN EXTREMIS.
ROME, Ocotber 14. Italian minister of Foreign Affairs, dying. He wdlj
strong supporter of neutrality.
LONDONERS READY TO TAKE TO CELLARS.
LONDON, October 13. In view of close proximity of Germans at Ant
werp to English coast, government has anticipated airship raids by warning
all Londoners to take to cellars in event they hear any firing. Measures
adopted by war department officials to repulse any attack have not been
British military experts believe Antwerp will be permanent military base
of Germans In order to hold Belgium during fight with France. This will
enable Germany to protect line of communication In rear against attack
and will give a position close to England.
German column of all arms Is passing through town of Bailleul in De
partment of Nord, while infantry of opposing armies were entrenching con
tinuously in places within 100 yards of each other and troops of allied armies
were calling taunts to Germans, daring them to come out and fight. Cavalry
of both armies were extremely active. Report came from battle front last
night that detachment of German cavalry was led into Ambush yesterday
near Lcnz by ruse and compelled to retire in disorder with loss.
RUSSIA LOSES A VESSEL.
PETROGRAD, October 13. Russian cruiser Pallada was torpedoed by
German torpedo boats Sunday in Baltic.
MIKADO WOULD SAVE NON-COMBATANTS.
TOKIO, October 13. German government of Kiauchau has sent officers
to treat with Japanese government, regarding removal of neutrals from
war zone before final attack of place begins. Action was precipitated by
Mikado, who had communicated his desire that such persons be saved.
GERMAN CAVALRY ROUTED FRENCH, SAYS BERLIN
BERLIN, October 12. German army on Saturday, in battle, completely
routed French cavalry division west of Lille. Germans also effected severe
losses on another cavalry division near Hazebrouck. Result of campaign in
west arena 6till undecided.
BUT PARIS HAS IT JUST OTHER WAY AROUND.
PARIS, October 12. Cavalry engagement continues near LaBassee Es
taires and Hazebrouck, between Arras and river Oise. Enemy's attack failed
notably between Lassigny and Roye. In center some progress is being made
between Soissons and Verdun in the Vosges. In a night attack by enemy,
south of St. Die, enemy repulsed.
ANTWERP COSTLY VICTORY, SAY ENGLISH.
LONDON, October 12. Germans said to have lost 45,000 in taking
PREZEMYSL GETS RELIEF.
VIENNA, October 12. Reinforcements have relieved beleaguered Aus
trian stronghold of Prezemysl. Russians obliged to retire.
BELGIAN SOLDIERS ON SHELF.
THE HAGUE, October 12. Twenty-six thousand Belgian soldiers are
DISEASE ADDS TO WAR'S HORRORS.
VENICE, October 12. Cholera spreading rapidly in Austria. Case dis
covered near Swiss boundary. Cold causing much suffering.
SAY GERMANS WERE DRIVEN BACK.
PARIS, October 12. Brisk engagement took place in north of France
yesetrday, between troops on extreme left wing of Allies line and German
cavalry, which had seized the points of passage over the Lys River, east
of the town of Aire. Germans were driven out and retired into Armentieres
district, between Arras and Oise. Germans made vigorous attack without
making progress. In center Allies have driven Germans back to between
Roye and Soissons and gained some ground. Heaviest fighting took place
in the Woevre district. Germans delivered violent attacks In region of
Apremont, which was taken earlier in the day, retaken by the Allies, and
finally remained in their hands. From the right wing, there was nothing
reported. The impression was that-the results of the day's fighting was
GERMANS DROP BOMBS IN PARIS.
PARIS, October 12. Two German aviators flew over Paris yesterday and
launched score of bombs in different quarters, killing three civilians and
wounding fourteen. French aeroplanes went in pursuit. No result reported.
PARIS, October 12. Fighitng continued south-east of Wirballen, in west
Suwaiki, between Germans and Russians.
LONDON, October 12. Montenegrans have defeated Austrians attack
ing Sermjevo, and inflicted heavy losses.
JAPANESE CLOSING ON TSINGTAU.
TOKIO, October 12. Japanese lines about Tsingtau are closing In, and
fighting has begun in earnest. Germans emploiyng fire of their forts and that
of warships in harbor as well as aeroplanes and bombs in effort to stop
advance of besiegers. Japanese commanders report they are sustaining no
damage. Say fire from warships has silenced Litis forts and German war
ships in harbor, have been driven out of range of Japanese guns. German
aviators made unsuccessful attacks on small Japanese vessels employed out
side harbor dragging for mines and Japanese aviators retaliated by flying
over Tsingtau and dropping bombs into city and forts.
BIG SUM DEMANDED OF ANTWERP.
LONDON, October 12. Antwerp has been asked by Germany to pay
$100,000,000. Guns used in defense of Antwerp, have been sent to France for
use against Allies position, which has been impregnable to German artillery.
German commander in Antwerp reports to his government that greatest con
sideration was shown principal architectural features during bombardment.
No troops were found in Antwerp when Germans entered. Citizens are
safe. Attack was directed by General von Beseler and Prince August Wil
liam, and which ever was first to enter city will be decorated.
STARVATION CONFRONTS BELGIANS.
LONDON, October 12. Six hundred thousand Belgian refugees are In
Holland who cannot be fed. Starvation confronts them.
Reported Germans are rushing on to Ostend with hope of capturing Bel
gian king and queen.
TWO AUSTRIAN TORPEDO BOATS SUNK.
LONDON, October 12. Anglo-French fleet, operating in Adriatic, has
sung two Austrian torpedo boats.
THINGS WARMING UP ON MEXICAN BORDER.
NACO, Mexico, October 12. Bombardment of Naco has begun. Many
shells flew across boundary into United States, wrecking several houses. Two
persons were wounded. Troop of American cavalry fired upon returned fire.
Number of Yaquis crossed line and were disarmed.
ALLIES HOPE TO RETAKE ANTWERP.
PARIS, October 11. If Germans attempt to fortify Antwerp, Allies be
lieve it can be reduced as easily as the Germans captured it from the Allies.
BOSTON WINS WORLD'S SERIES.
BOSTON, October 13. Boston won world's series today by a score
of 3 to 1, and made world record for a series. Batteries Boston: Rudolph
and Gowdy; Philadelphia: Shawky, and Pennock and Schang.
ARIZONA MILITIA IN RADINESS.
PHOENIX, October 13. Governor Hunt has ordered militia to be rdy
for instant service on Mexican border. Three American soldiers and to
civilians have been wounded by stray bullets from Mexican battle on border.
One private is dead from his wound.
OSTEND IS GERMAN OBJECTIVE POINT.
AMSTERDAM, October 14. Germans marcihng on Ostend. Bicycle
scouts on outskirts of city yesterday. Ghent was occupied by strong German