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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914.
On the Other Islands
Governor Cut No Ice With This Jury.
Louis Silva. a Honolulu undertaker,
who was arrested on complaint of
Governor Plnkham, chaiged with care
less driving, was this week found not
guilty by a jury In the First Circuit
Court. Silva was driving his "dead
wagon" up the Pall road from the
Koolau side of Oahu, and collided
with an automobile containing the
Governor, Capt. A. W. Neeley and
Land Commissioner J. D. Tucker. All
In the Governor's party testified that
Silva must have been driving at least
fifteen miles per hour. The defendant,
who had no witnesses, contended tl'.it
this would be physically impossible
on the steep grade with his make of
car, and evidently convinced the jury,
which acquitted him in fifteen min
uter. The Jury was made up of M. H.
WebL, H. P. Roth, Benjamin Sum
mons, A. D. Angus, S. C. Dwight, C. A.
McWayne, A. Henry Afong, C. W.
Zlcgler, C. O. Hottel, John Wallace,
H. Dunshee and W. H. Soper.
A Hunt For Gun.
As a result of the series of murder
ous assaults which have lately occur
red on the Island of Hawaii, the police
are making a systematic search of
the plantation camps for revolvers
and other deadly weapons.
Plans For Big Meeting.
The annual convention of the sugar
mill engineers will be held next Mon
day In Honolulu. Four business meet
ings will be held followed by a ban
quet with high jinks Tuesday night.
At a recent meeting of the Hawaiian
Engineering Association, with which
the mill engineers are affiliated, the
present officers and directors were
nominated to serve for the ensuing
year, namely: R. Renton Hind, chair
man; W. G. Hall, vice-chairman; F.
O. Boyer, secretary; Irwin Spalding,
treasurer; J. M. Young, G. P. Denison,
H. Stuart Johnson, directors at large;
D. E. Metzger, director for Hawaii ; H.
McCubbln, director for Maui; A Me
nefogllo, director for Kauai.
Breakwater Men Lose Scow.
About $25,000, it is estimated will
be tho loss to the Marshall Brothers,
contractors on the Hilo breakwater,
by the wrecking of a barge with some
rock handling machinery, at Walpio
gulch, last week. The company Is pre-
paring to take its supply of stone
from the cliffs at this point, but has
not yet made the anchorage safe, and
the scow was driven ashore by a
Hen Fruit Scarce.
Eggs are selling In Honolulu at mix
ty cents or over, wholesale, at present.
This is the highest they have reached
this season, but indications are that
they will go still higher. The poultry
keepers who hatched out a lot of pul-
lets last February and March are the
one who are profiting at present.
Why Watklns Can't Run.
In withdrawing his name as a can
didate for the-House from the Fourth
district, Norman Watklns states that
the European war has caused such
serious complications in his business
that he must devote all his attention
to it. He is general manager of the
Hawaiian Fertilizer Company.
The McCarn Jury That Disagreed-
The personnel of the jury that fail
ed to agree on a verdict in the Mc
Carn case, last Saturday, was as fol
lows: Carl H. Nieper, Charles N,
Marquez, Ernest K. Kaai, Charles H
Hu3tace, L. H. Underwood, William E.
Heine, William H. Stone, J. C. Evans,
A. L. Bushnell, R. G. Moore, S. A.
Baldwin and H. A. Franson.
It is stated that the jury stood six
for conviction and six for acquittal
when it was discharged.
Per sir. Kilauoa, Oct. 14. J. Fer
nandez, A. Hanebrrg, Mrs. C. E. Fenn,
II. W. Adams, O. J. O'Neill, A. II.
ierra, D. II. Case.
Per str. Mikahala, Oct. 13. J. M.
CumminKS, Miss L. Mutch, Miss V.
Mulch, Miss N. Mutch.
Fer str. Claudine, Oct. 10. A. T.
Longley, D. B. Murdock, J. D. Tucker,
Andrade, Alfred Ledward, Geo.
Gonsalves, P. A. Gorman, W. E. Lowe,
J. Schoening, J. G. Robello and
wife, Joe Vares, Rev. G. Imamura.
Pur str. Kilauea, Oct. 12. C. R.
Forbes, E. C. Bordfelt and wife, Wong
Kit, L. Welnzheimer and wife, II. W.
Digs and wife, R. Hatch, E. Breecht,
Per str. Mauna Loa, Oct. 12. R.
Leslie, Mrs. Leslie, L. W. Branch, A.
Longley, S. T. Clark, A. A. Nelson.
Per str. Claudine, Oct. 10. Miss
Cunha, Mrs. Cunha, Miss Wagner,
Mrs. Starritt, E. B. Carley, Mrs. L.
McFee, W. A. Kl, Mrs. C. E. S. Bruns,
Hyataki, D. H. Case, A. H. Case,
H. Gooding Field, W. E. Shaw, A. H.
Per str. Kilauea, Oct. 9. Rev. J.
Fukuc!a and son, Mrs. F. Kohler, Mrs.
A. J Cockett, Miss C. Davison, J.
Holmberg, G. P. Wilder, A. K. F. Yap,
Mrs. M. Iloopll, U. Inoye and son,
Wm, Miner and wife, Mrs. C. Akim.
Per str. Claudine, Oct. 7. W. T.
Prelg, R. A. Drummond, A. L. Case,
R. V Woods, Rev. R. B. Dodge, J.
Wilmington, Chas. E. Cartwell, Robt.
Shea, Antone Andrade, Mrs. A. An
drade, F. E. Boyd, Rev. J. P. Kapihe,
Mrs. C. Vasconcellos, Miss N. Vascon
cellos, A. Andrade, Mrs. A. Andrade,
Master Andrade, Master Andrade, Mr.
Buis, II. T. Sloggett, Joe Santos, Mrs.
Joe Santos, W. Hayes, John Hind,
Mrs. J. K. Kahookele, Miss Kahookele,
Doctor Soga, T. Hata, A. Rice, Mis.
Nakagami, A. McCubbin.
Federal Jurymen from Maul.
William Miner, of Makawao, and
Edwin Soper, of Waihee, are two
Maui citizens who are serving on toe
Federal grand jury which began Us
investigations this week. The follow
ing Maul men are summoned on tne
trial jury of the United States court
and will begin hearing cases nex
Monday: H. B. Weller. W. K Bu
chanan, R. C. Searles, John D. Holt,
Jr., W. G. Scott, and Charles Bailey
W. L. Decoto was excused for the
Think Mauna Loa About Due to Erupt
- Many earthquake shocks felt on the
Island of Hawaii, particularly in th
Kau district, are believed to presage
an outbreak of Mauna Loa in the near
future. Prof. Jaggar, the volcanolo
gist, believes that the volcano is to
make a display between now and
FcJ-uary next. Eruptions heretofore
have occurred on an average of once
in seven years, and one is now long
overdue. February, 1907, was th
data of the last eruption.
Those Who Travel
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
tenders will bo received at the office
of the County Clerk, at Walluku,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, for the
construction and completion of a two
room school at Spreckelsville, Maul,
and a teachers cottage at Ulalno,
Maul, up to 2:00 P. M., Friday, No
vember 13th, 1914.
Plans and specifications may be had
at the office of the County Clerk upon
application and a deposit of $5.00 to
be refunded upon return of said plans
No tender will be considered unless
accompanied by a certified check In
a sum equal to five per cent of the
Tho- Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any and all bidr.
By order of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maul, T I I
tory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED KAAE.
County Clerk, County of Mau!.
Oct. 17, 24, 31.
nished when the order for work or
equitUtlon for materials Is placed by
lie County Clerk. I Dr. Geo. S. Aiken wishes to en
4. All materials for said County. I nounco that until about October 20,
- - i
linll be ordered through the office of I his Kahului office will be closed.
the County Clerk by requisition.
Seconded by CHAS. LAKE,
WM. FRED. KAAE.
County Clerk, County of Maul, T. II.
Oct. 17, 21, 31.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H., October 7, 1914.
OLELOHOOHOLO HELU 242.
lookomoia e J. H. Raymond, Lunakiai
Notice is hereby given that the
County Pound formerly situated at
Kualapuu, Molokai, is, and will be
from this date, transferred and situ
ated at and in the premises now com
monly known as tho Munro Stable
Yard, at Kaunakakai, in the said Dis
trict of Molokai
Done at Wailuku, County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, this 8th day of
By order of the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
WM. FRED KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul.
Oct. 17, 24, 31.
MRS. FIELD IS HOSTESS.
Mrs. H. Gooding Field was hostess
at nn informal tea Wednesday for her
house-guest, Mrs. Harold T. Barclay
of Maui. Those present were Mrs.
John Guild, Mrs. William Ault, Mrs.
Thomas Sharp, Mrs. John Lennox,
Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. Harold
Barclay, Miss Lucy Davis, Miss
Lieovey and the hostess. Star-Bul
Wife Called Him Lazy
Tried to Murder Her
Infuriated because his wife called
him "lazy" when he decided he wasn't
feeling well enough to go to work, is
the reason Leandro Mota gave in the
Laha'na district court for nearly kill
ing the woman with a cane knife on
the morning of September 24th. The
wife, who is still in the Lahaina hos
pital, was brought into court last Mon
day, but as Mota pleaded guil'y, her
testimony was not taken, and he was
committed for trial in !the Circuit
Court, which convenes next Wednes
day in Wailuku.
Mota and his wife are a young Span
ish couple living on the Pioneer plan
tation. In his fit of fury, the nidii
almost brained his spouse with Ibo
cant; knife, and cut off two of her
fingeis when she grasped the naked
blade with her hands in order to sae
Wailuku, Maui, T. II. October 7, 1914,
RESOLUTION NO. 242.
Presented by J. H. Raymond, Super
Honolulu Charities to be Experted.
The Associated Charities of Honolu
lu is to be reorganized under direction
of Miss Margaret Bergen, of New
York, who will arrive next week for
the purpose. She is an expert in this
class of organization. -
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
Tho annual meeting of the stock
holders of the PEOPLE'S STOKE
LTD., will be held at its place of busl
ness, on Monday evening,. Octol er 26,
1914, at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing officers for ' the ensuing
A. K. TING,
Oct. 17, 24. Secretary,
Mr. and Mrs. E. Herrlck Brown
Respiratory Specialists, formerly con
nected with the Brlggs Sanatorium
Kaimukl and Wahiawa, are now pre
pared to take a limited number of pa
tients at their home in Haiku. (Only
ladies and children at present.) Skill
ful treatment, good table, fine air and
scenery. No drugs. For particulars
address E. II. Brown, Haiku, Maui.
1912 Overland runabout In excellent
condition, complete with all fittings
and tools. Inquire Maui News otfiee
OIAI o ka manawa oihana, na mana
me na kaupalena mana o ka Papa Kial
ke Kalana o Maui us hoomaopopo
moakakaia maloko o ka Pauku 62 a
ke Kanawai 39, o na Kanawal Kau o NUNES, Paia
1905 1 hoololiia e ke Kanawal 149 o na
Kanawai Kau o 1911 e pill ana i ke
koho laula o na hoa o ka Papa Kial
ke Kalana o Maui E HOIKE MAO-
rOPO ANA MALOKO O LAILA O
KELA ME KEIA HOA o ia Papa o na
WHEREAS the tenure of office,
powers and limitations of the Board
of Supervisors of the County of Maul
were defined in Section 62 of Act 39,
of Session Laws 1905 as amended by
Act 149 of Session Laws of 1911 in
re the Election at Large of the mem
bers of the Board of Supervisors -of
the County of Maui NAMING THERE
BY THAT EACH AND EVERY MEM
BER of the said Board of Supervisor?
shall represent all of the Districts of
the said County:
AND WHEREAS it appears that
the law is not generally understood
throughout the County;
AND WHEREAS this Board is de
slrous of reorganizing its metnods of
transacting the business of the Coun
ty, to the end that a more efficient and
economical administration of the af
fairs of the County may be attained:
By IT RESOLVED that this Board
direct that this resolution and the fol
lowing rules be printed in the news
paper both English and Hawaiiau, and
that notices, of the same be piintcd
in both languages and posted through
out the County;
Ail Resolutions or parts of Lcso'u-
tlons in conflict with this P.osolutlon
are hereby repealed.
1. All persons having business
wltu, requests, complaints or de
mands to bo submitted to tho Board
of Supervisors of tho County of Mau.'
are iespectfully icquested to submit
the shine either in person or by repie
Bentative during the sessions or by
letter addressed as follows: To the
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, Wailuku, Maui. And not to any
individual member of the said Board
2. No obligation of whatever ca-
turo, wherein the County of Maul
shall be made liable, within the juiis
diction of its Board of Sup irvisors
shall be incurred by any person or
persons without tho authorization
submitted in due form, as prescribed
herein, by the said Board of Super
3. There shall be an Authorization
Boole kept by the County Clerk; all
motions and Resolutions authorizing
the expenditure of moneys or direc
tions for the disposition of work or
County property of whatever nature,
shall be recorded in the said book, I
due form, staling date of meeting
either regular or special, and by what
member of the said Board of Super
visors offered. When any order for
new work or materials shall be incur
red, it must bear the stamp of the
said Board, viz: Authorized by Th
Board of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, Date Attested
by County Clerk.
All bills or claims against the said
County incurred by the said Board
of Supervisors, must be accompanied
by a certified copy of the authoriza
tion ot said claim which will be fur-
One 7 H.
P. Stationary Standard
Inquire Maul Meat Mar
Clean rags at this office.
market price paid.
AUTO ROR HIRE
Comfortable and stylish 1914 Cadillac
7-Seater. at your service. Rates
reasonable. Ring up
WAILUKU -:- PHONE -:-
Drays, Kxuress Wagons, Buggies, etc
Harness and Saddle Horses; 7-seater
Lunakiai e lawelawe no ia 1 na hana S8'1'''' Fnk Medelros Cbauffcnr;
aiso -1011 uuick irucK, ior uire uay aiKl
no na Apana o ia Kalana:
A OIAI, me he mea la aole I loaa i
ka lehulehu a pau o ke Kalana ka train connections.
hoomaopopo ana i ka manao o keia
A OIAI ke makemake nei keia Tapa
hookumu hou la ae ke ano o ka
lawelawe ana o na oihana o ke Kala
na, i loaa ai he hookele hoomakauli)
ana 1 na oihana o ke Kalana:
NOLAILA E HOOHOLOIA ma keia
kc Kauoha nei keia Papa e pal hoo-
lah.i ia keia Olelohooholo a me na rula
mahope ibo nei maloko o na nupepa
ma ka Olelo Beritanla a ma ka Olelo
Hawaii no hot, a e kau pu ia 1 mau
hoolaha akea ma na wahi like ole 0
keia Kalana ma na olelo elua;
O na Olelohooholo a mahcle olelo
hooholo paha i kulike ole me keia
Olelohooholo ma keia ke hoopau loa
Night. Special rates for large parties.
e guarantee to make all steamer and
It doesrTt cost as much to wear
as to wear poor shoes as Re
gals wear better and longer.
Regal Shoe Store
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION.
September 30th, 1914.
. O na poe a pau he oihana ka
lakou me, he kol paha, hoopil a i ole
he mau kol e waiho ai imua o ka
Papa o na Lunakiai o ke Kalana o
Maui, ma keia ke kauohaia nei e wai
ho ae ia ma ka hele kino ana a i ole
ma o kekahi mea la ma ka manawa
o na halawai, a i ole ma ka palapala
I kakauia penei: "I ka Papa o na
Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maui, Wai
luku, Maul." A aole hoi i kekahi mea
okoa ae a lala hoi o ka papa o na
2. Aole loa kekahi kol ale o kcla
me Ueia ano, .1 manaola hoi na ke Ka
lana o Maul e uku, e aponola e ka
Papa o na Lunakiai, ina ua kauohaia
e kekahi mea a poe paha 1 loaa ole
ke kuleana, a waihola mal hoi me ke
kulike me na kuhikuhi e kauohaia, e
ka Pupa o na Lunakiai.
3. E malamala no 1 Buke Kauoha
e ke Kakauolelo o ke Kalana; a o na
nol me na olelohooholo kauoha hoo-
lilo dala a 1 ole kauoha e ae paha e
plli ana 1 ka lawelaweia ana o ka
hana a i ole no kekahi waiwal paha
o ko Kalana o keia me keia ano, e
boopaaia no maloko o ia buke, ma ke
ano kulike me na kuhikuhi 1 kauohaia,
e hoike ana hoi i ka la o ka halawai
me ke ano o ia halawai, halawai mau
paha a i ole he halawai kuikawa paha,
a na ka hoa hea la o ka Papa i hoo-
komo mal. I ka wa o kekahi kauoha
no kekahi haua hou a 1 ole no kekahi
mau lako paahana paha c kauohaia ai,
e kaula no kc kunl hoailona o la Papa,
penei: "Kauohaia mamuli o ke apono
a kit Papa o na Lunakiai o ke Kala-1
na o Maui, La
llooialoia e Ka
kauolelo o ke Kalana." O na bila a i
ole na kol I kue i ke Kalana 1 kauohaia
e ka Papa o na Lunakiai, e ukaliia no
e ke kope i hooiaioia o ke kauoha no
ia mea I koiia mai, a e hookomoia mai
hoi ma ka wa o ka loaa ana aku mai
ke Kakauolelo o ke Kalana o ia kau
oha no ia hana a I ole lako hana paha.
4. O na lukp hana a pau no ke
Kalana, no mai ke Keena aku o ke
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana ma ka pala
pala e kauohaia.
Kokuaia e Chas. Lake, Lunakiai.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
Kakauolelo o ke Kalana.
Oct. 17, 24, 31.
Loans and Discounts $213,003.78
Cash and due from banks. 03.073.55
United States Bonds 25,000.00
Other Bonds and Securities 75,970.00
Real Estate CG6.04
Banking House, Fixtures,
Five Percent Fund 1,250.00
Surplus and Profits....
THE HOME OF THE
STEINWAY AND STARR PIANOS
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
THAYER PIANO CO., LTD.
Der Landsturm 1st durch Kaiser-
liche Verordnung aufgeboten. Ausge
nommen sind Landsturmpflichtlge
unter zwanzig Jahren, die noch nicht
militaerpflichtlg sind, ferner NICHT
ausgebildete Landsturmpflichtlge ue-
ber neun und dreissig Jahre.
Alia hiernach Aufgerufenen haben
slch beim naechsten Consulat zu mel
den und sind, wenn irgend moeglich,
auf Tauglichkeit zu untersuchen. Ihre
Itueckkehr nach Deutchland erfolgt
erst auf weitere Weisung.
Vorstehender Aufruf ist heute auf
dem Kaiserlicn Deutschen Consulat
eingetroffen, und wird letzteres Au3-
kuntt bereitwilligst erteilen.
Oct. 3, 10, 17, 1914.
ANNOUNCE THAT MR.
ERTY WLL VISIT MAUI
OCTOBER OR NOVEMBER AND
WILL TAKE PLEASURE IN SHOW
ING TO THEIR PATRONS MANY
RARE AND EXCLUSIVE ARTICLES
IN JEWELRY, GOLD AND SILVER
WARE, AND GLASS THAT HAVE
BEEN CRITICALLY SELECTED
WITH THE VIEW OF PLEASING
THE MOST PAINSTAKING HOLI