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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1914.
K. McIIardy, ol the Knhulul Rail
road Company, is paying a visit to
llilo. He Is on his annual vacation.
D. H. Case arrived home on Wed
nesday evening, after a few days busl
dpbr trip to Honolulu.
Mrs. IJ. E. Penn, wife of the new
wireless operator In charge of the
Mutual Telephone Company's r.'atlon
at Lahatna, arrived from the Coist
by the Mateonla this week, and i en di
ed her Lahnina home by 'Wednesday's
James DoIr, station agent of the
Kahulul Railroad Company at Wai
luku, Maui, is paying a visit to Hilo
Mrs. Charles II. Athorloii and Mrs.
G. VrrA Bush, who have been visit'ng
Sir. Dan Case on Maui, have ret uned
to town after a delightful trip to the
Valley Island. Star-Bulletin.
John Murray, head luna of the
Kaeleku Sugar Company,' is expected
bac't to Hana within a few days from
a four-months trip to Seotlnr.d. He
arrived in Honolulu ly the Mntfoiiia
Joe Chalmers, hief engineer of 'he
Kaeleku Sugar Company, and J. II.
Lougher, chemist on the same planta
tion, went to Honolulu this week to
attend the meetings of the Engineers'
Association and the chemists' organ
iiation. L. Y. Aiona, the big Hana merchant,
Is on a business trip to Honolulu this
A. S. Heyward, manager of the elec
trical department of Catton, Nelll &.
Company, was a business visitor on
Maul this week.
Senator II. 13. Penhallow went to
Honolulu this week on a brief Imsl
MiKS Ernestine Lindsay, of Haiku,
who has been visiting in Canada for
some months, is at present the gust
of Mrs. Clarence White, in Berkeley
She it- expected home In a short time
Miss Margaret Lindsay, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. George Lindsay, of Hai
ku, is attending school in Sierra,
Tne Makawao Beading Club held rn
interesting meeting yesterday aftc:
noou at the Maunaolu Seminary
Mrs. Stanley Livingston was the
hostess of the Kulaha Club on Thurs
day afternoon of this week.
Miss Turner of the Alexander
House Settlement, has been off duty
this week on account of illness.
A C. Warner, superintendent of the
Wailuku mill, will leave today to at
tend the engineers' convention in Ho
nolulu, which convenes on Monday.
Maui Gets Boost In
New Folder On Fishing
Written by II. Gooding Field and
published by the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, a strikingly illustrated
folder has just made its appearance
from the press. The pamphlet is en
titled "Game Fishing in Hawaii", and
will doubtless be one of the most
valuable pieces of literature wh.ch
the Territory has yet secured.
The folder is in fact a revelation to
knmuqina residents, in that compara
tively few persons realized what won
derfdl game fishes the waters of the3e
islands harbor. The photographs from
widen it is profusely illustrated, must
however, prove conclusively to any
one that Hawaii can "deliver the
goods". Maul comes In for an Im
portant share of attention from the
author, since probably the best lislwig
grounds in the islaitds are adjacent to
Death of Bright Boy
Herbert Charles Gooding, the 12
ye.r-old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II
Field, of Wailuku, died at his Iao
Valley home, Kapaniwai, at 9.15
o'clock last Tuesday evening, Jiom
complications following an attack of
diphtheria. The Field home had been
under quarantine for some time, but
the loy liatl practically lecovered and
the quarantine was ready to be lilted
when he suffered a relapse, his hear
The deceased was'tho eldest of six
children, and his taking away was a
severe blow to his parents, and the
occasion of much srrlef among bis
!" young friondi and playmates
anionic whom he had been a favorite
The funeral took place on Wednesday
afternoon, and was largely attend
Interment was iu the Wailuku ceme
Well Known Chinese Dies
Ah Sing, aged alwut 00 yeais, and
who for the iMfct 2! years bad been
eoolc in the Malulanl Hospital, died
about ten o'clock yesterday mo nln
after an illness of about ton dtys
He was well known about Wailuku
Telegraph News of the Week
(Continued from Page 1.)
KING AND QUEEN MOVE.
LONDON, October 16. Kino and Queen have gone to Sandrlngham.
TURKEY WILL NOT FIGHT.
Turks will not go to war. Army being put back on to peace footing on
account of lack of funds.
TURKS SHOOT ENGLISHMEN.
Noel Buxton, M. P., and his brother, who were In Constantinople to as
certain position of Turkyaccount of war, were shot by Turks today In
attempt at assassination.
FRENCH PLEASED WITH PROGRESS.
PARIS, October 1C. Official reports of operations yesterday tell of subs
tantial advances by Allies in number of places along front from Alsace, on
east, to Belgian border, on west.
French again occupy Mulhausen, many of the advance German trenches
have been abandoned, Allies making steady advances.
MOVING DAY FOR BELGIAN ROYALTY.
SOUTHAMPTON, October 16. Horses and carriages belonging to royal
household of Belgium and forty-one members of the establishment of King
Albert; arrived yesterday from Antwerp.
BIG SLIDE AGAIN BLOCKS CANAL.
PANAMA CANAL ZONE, October 15. Big land slide from both sides
of great Culebra Cut, today plugged canal, blocking all traffic Indefinitely.
Steamship Pennsylvania!!, en route to New York among vessels marooned.
She has no sugar.
ROME HEARS RUSSIANS WON BATTLE.
ROME, October 15. A dispatch to the Messagero from Potrograd says
Austrian and German forces in Russian Poland, were completely defeated yes
terday near Warsaw; suffering big loss in fierce fighting.
GERMANS PUSH AHEAD HARD FIGHTING.
BERLIN, October 15. German troops in Belgium are marching partly
towards Ostend and partly southwest towards the French frontier. Heavy
fighting is taking place near Soissons. French attacks near St. Mlhiel have
Twenty-six thousand Belgian a.ld 10,000 British soldiers have been In
terned in Holland.
FRENCH CLAIM PROGRESS.
PARIS, October 15. German army marching westward has reached
Bruges and Thiclt, fifteen miles southeast, arriving last night. Enemy has
evacuated left bank of Lys river. Progress is marked between Arras and
Albert. No change in general situation between the Somme and the Oise.
FIRE BUGS DESTROY AUSTRIAN SHIPPING.
LONDON, October 15. Dispatch to Central News Agency from Amster
dam, says: "Incendiary fire Is in Austrian navy yard and arsenal at Trieste.
One dreadnaught virtually destroyed while under construction. Six torpedo
boats also burned.
HIGH GERMAN OFFICIALS REACH BELGIUM.
BERLIN, October 15. Imperial chancellor and suite arrived at Brussels
yesterday at noon.
TURKS AND PORTUGUESE MAY SOON MIX IN.
LONDON, October 15. Indications are that Portugal and Turkey may
become involved in European war very soon. Turkey Is known to be desir
ous to take advantage of present situation to regain territory lost in Balkan
war. German emissaries have been active in Constantinople. Turkey's
attitude is believed to have been wavering on outcome of fighting In France
and Russia, and that at first Indications of German success, Turks will enter
At Lisbon, German minister to Portugal, and his companions are prepar-
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ng to leave tor IViauriU. congress win convene lomurnm, one win uc
obliged to send 100,000 men to support England under an old treaty. Portu
guese army will support Allies in France.
RUSSIANS PUSH GERMANS BACK.
PETROGRAD, October 15. Clash between Russians and Germans on
left bank of Vistula on Tuesday, Is reported. Engagement took place on
oad between Warsaw and Ivangorod, Germans being pressed back, leaving
lumber of prisoners in Russian hands. One Russian regiment captured two
German companies. Bombardment of Przemysl continues.
A Zeppelin flying over forest near Warsaw was brought down by volley
from Cossack patrol hidden there. Dirigible badly damaged nut crew not
CANADIAN VOLUNTEERS REACH ENGLAND.
OTTAWA, October 15. Cable advices from London to Premier Borden,
, .. . ...tn. o o frf 1 1 u . . I .
announces safe arrival ot tnirty-two transports wun oo,uuu wimuwh vumn
tccrs to assist Great Britain in European struggle. Seven thousand five
hundred horses taken over at same time. Transport fleet convoyed by
MURDER TRIAL NOW GOING ON.
ROME, October 15. Herzegovinian city of Serajo, Is in virtually state
of siege, with troops throughout streets to prevent manltestations oy cm.
zens against Austrian authorities during trial of Gebrlllo Princit and twenty.
two others charged with murder of Archduke and wife on June 28.
CARRANZA HAS MORE TROUBLES.
MEXICO CITY, October 14. General Carranza has seized all railroads
n city at point of bayonet in order to suppress strike. Employees have tried
to force teamsters and chauffeurs to join strike In effort to force recognition
of their unions.
GERMANY BREAKING WITH PORTUGAL.
i irron. Or-.tnher 14. German ministers to Portugal are preparing to
leave for Madrid. The Portuguese congress will convene In regular session
cn the lbtn.
ocal Anglers Declare
Ono Is King Game Fish
After breaking all the tackle which
the party had with them, H. Gooding
Field, Harry A. Baldwin, Gcrrit P.
Wilder and Deputy Sheriff Lindsay,
plumed to Lahnina last Saturday
after several days of exciting sport In
the channel between MoldVlnl nud
Kahoolawo. "Tho boys that did tho
work were ono," stated Mr. Field,
nnd they are certainly some gamo
fish! Our nlnc-ouncc rods couldu t
tand the strain, and wc lost every
thing we had. But say, those wenj
tome fish! And plenty of them, too.
Th- ono is a peculiarly Hawaiian fish,
but It has the tuna beaten in Barney
qualities. It will set old tuna flshcr
racu of the mainland crazy when they
get a try at it"
The party was all enthusiastic over
the experience, and will try their luck
again in a short time, with heavier
tackle, when they hope to really land
some of the big fellows.
Sealed tenders will bo received up
to the hour of 12 noon, Oct. 15, 1914,
by the Board of Commissioners for
the Territory of Hawaii of the Pana
ma-Pacific International Exposition at
the olllce of the Chairman, 10G5 Bish
op St., Honolulu, T. II., for the sole
privilege of selling post-card.s, curios,
and Hawaiian Souvenirs in the Ha
waii Building during the period of the
Jxposltlon, which Is to be held at
San Francisco from February to De
cember, 1915. All bids must be ac
companied by a certified check for
5 per cent of tho amount offered for
the concession. The Board of Com-
In Win For Puuneues
The first game of the deciding ser
ies between tho allukus and the
Puunenes was played last Sunday in
the presence ot a fair t.ized crowd. It
was a 12-innlng game and was won
by tho Puunenes by a score of 5 to 1.
It is said to havo been one ot the best
games of tho year on th IochI dia
mond. Bntteries Wailuku: Meyers
and Pombo; Puuneno: Scholtz and
The second ganio will bo played
MAYBE WE'LL GET USED
TO THEM IN TIME.
Court Next Week
The San Francisco Examiner, of
September 30, prints tho following:
"A. D. Plughoff, vico prosident of
the J. W. Leavitt Company, returned
yesterday from Honolulu, where he
closed a deal with tho Von Harcm
Young Company to reprosont Over
land cars in the Hawaiian Islands.
"Honolulu is rapidly adopting tho mo
tor ear as a moans of transportation."
said Plughoff, "and our now agents
expect to place a largo numbor of tho
new Overland cars in that territory
during the 1915 season,"
DIVORCED FOR NON-SUPPORT.
Sarah Kahaleao Nuuhlwa was yos
terday granted a divorce from Kalia
leao Xuuhiwa, on grounds of non-sup
port. The case was not contested.
Tho October term of the Circuit
Court will begin next Wednesday
October 21st, in the Wniluku court
housi, on which dato the grand ju y
will begin Its work. The trial jiry
is summoned for Thursday.
Following is a list of tho jurymen
Grand Jurors: Gus J. Bechorf
Paul H. Benedict, It. C. Bowman
Frank W. Burns, E. B. Carloy, C. B,
Cockott, A. W. Collins, J. Cunvming
A. G. Dickens, Manuel Dutro, W. L,
Hardy, J. W. Holland, J. D. Holt J
W. S. Nlcoll, J. Ollvelra, Jr., H. Iteu
tor, F. L. Stark, W. L. West.
Trial Jurors: Thomas Burlem, D,
D. Fleming, J. P. Foster, A. Fries, B.
J. Guerrero, Hugh Howell, S. E. Hub
bard, II. Hutchlns, C. O. Jacobs, F. L,
Joneg, Levi L. Joseph, M. K. Keoho
kalolc, Chas. Knackstodt, David Kul
kahl, Stanley Livingston, M. T. Lyons
John Makahlo, Frank Medeiros, J C
Munro, E. II. Plopor, Dan. Quill, II
II. Stroubcck, O. Tollofson, E. J
Walker, Geo. N. Weight, B. Yoshibarn,
- l"r i-
TAKEN BACK TO PRISON.
Willio Kahoolokal, who stole a gal
Ion of wine from a Japanoso homo at
Waloau, about a week ago, was taken
back to Oahu prison to servo out his
torm for a previous offense. Ho had
been out on paiolo. Deputy Shrelff
Ferreira, who took tho young man
down to Honolulu, also took three
boys, who were commlttod to tho re
form school lust wook.
mlsBloners reserve tho right lo reject
any nnd all bids, and further reserve
the !lght to require the successful bid
der to submit samples of all goods to
be sold, and to refuse leave to tho
successful bidder to fell such goode
as shall seem to them unsuitable.
Oct. 3, 10, 1911.
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATOR'S
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
IN THE CIRCUIT COUIIT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TEHBITOnY OF HAWAII.
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Ma
ria Isabel Monlz, Deceased.
Notice Is hereby given that acting
under an rder of tho Honorable W.
S. Edlngs, Judge or the Circuit Court
for tho Second Judicial Circuit, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, made on tho 24th
day of September, A. D. 1914, author
izing, empowering and directing me
to sell certain real property belonging
ot the estate of Maria Isabel Monlz,
deceased, for tho payment of debts
and expenses of administration, and
for the best Interests of said estate,
I will on tho 21th day of October, A.
D. 1914, at 12:00 o'clock noon of said
day at tho front door of tho Court
house of the Circuit Court at Wai
luku, Maul, T. II., offer for sale and
sell to the highest bidder therefor for
cash, U. S. Gold Coin,
That crelaln piece or lot of land
known as Lot 27, situate at Waiakoa,
Kuli, Island of Maui, Territory of
Hawaii, containing an area of 12.15
acres more or less, together with the
buildings and appurtenances thereon
and thereunto belonging.
Terms of sale, cash.
Deed at expense of purchaser.
Dated this 24th day of September,
A. D. 1914.
E. It. BEVINS,
Administrator, Estate of Maria
Isabel Monlz, Deceased.
Sept. 20, Oct. 3, 10, 17.
THE MAUI VULCANIZING CO., LTD.
under new management of
MR. F. M. BNDBRS
Expert Automobile Repairer and Vulcanlzer.
SOLICITS ALL YOUR AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
Issued By the Territorial Marketing
Division, Oct. 9, J9J4.
ISLAND I'KODUCi: ONLY.
Hggs nml Poultry.
Fresh Chlcliou Hggs, ilor. (V)
Fresh Duck llggs, do .T
Hubs, lb 88 IS
Hoostcrs, lb 30
Turkeys, lb 30
Ducks, .Muscovy, lb 87 18
Ducks, Hawaiian, rtoz ft.fiC
Live Stock Llvo Weight.
Hogs, KMJ-I.V) lbs, lb...; la 1-3 to .It
Hogs, IM lbs. :iutlocr, lb 1(1 lo .18 1-8
Pork, lb .....18
Mutton, lb '....11
lloef, lb ..18'
Calves, lb 13
Sweet, ml, 100 lbs ', , ...Km
" yellow UlUlbs 'l
New licrtnuilns, lb
llcnns, string, lb .1)3
llemis, lima In pod. lb 0r
Ducts, iloz. bunches Ill
Cabbage. U ,f- 1-8,10.0:1
Carrots, cloz. bunches 80
Corn, swcot, 100 cars 2.00
Cucumbers, itoz :l
Green Peas, lb ; 10
Peppers. Hell, lb 05
Peppers, Chile, lb IB
Pumpkin, lb 01 1-8
Khubarb, II) M
Tomatoes, lb 10
Turnips, white, lb 08
Watermelons, cadi '.8'i to .tiU
llananas, Chinese bunch 10
Uanuuas, cooking, buucli " to 1.00
Figs, 100 ...75
Grapes. Isabella, lb... A ..10
Limes, Mexican, 1U0 !
Pineapples, do 7. GO
Lima, lb 03
Hcd Kidneys 01
Small whites 0.
Peas, dried f. .03 1-1
Corn, small yellow, ton 38.00
Com, Largo 31.00 to 30.00
Charcoal, bag 30
Hides, wot-saltcd, No. 1, lb 13 1-8
No. 8, lb 18 1-8
Kips, lb 131-3
Sheep Skins, oach 1.1 lo .20
Goat, Skins, white, each 10 to. so
U T" U A L
On Thursday, October 1 5th, the Mutual Tele
phone Co., Ltd., will inaugurate a Night-Lettergram
service between Inter-Island ports, and between
the Territory and Mainland Points.
Between any two inter-inland points a Night
Lettergram will cost: 25 words (including address,
prefix and signature) for $1.50, and 5 cents for
each additional word. .
Night-Lettergrams will be received at any time
during the day (up to 5 p. m.) for delivery the
following morning. Messages must be in English
only. Contents can be business or social.
NIGHT-LETTERGRAMS INTENDED FOR MAINLAND (OR INTERNATIONAL) POINTS WILL BE
RECEIVED AT ANY STATION, SENT TO HONOLULU IMMEDIATELY, AND TURNED OVER TO
FORWARDING COMPANY SO MESSAGE CAN REACH ITS ULTIMATE DESTINATION THE FOL
VOU INSTANCE : A 25-WOUD NIGIIT-LETTEIIGILUI FTtOM
HILO TO DENVHU WOULD COST $1.50, HILO TO HONOLULU;
?2.71, HONOLULU TO DENVER; TOTAL, $1.21. (ONLY 17 CENTS
NOTE: THIS NIGHT-LETTERGRAM SERVICE DOES NOT APPLY TO MESSAGES TO AND FROM
SHIPS AT SEA.
(INTER-ISLAND STATIONS ARE: HONOLULU, OAHU; KAWAl'.
HAE, HAWAII; LAHAINA, MAUI; LIHUE, KAUAI; KAUNAKAKAI,
BLEPHONB CO., LTth