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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. II., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
TURKEY HOLDS CENTER
EVERY PART OF TERRITORY
Kuhio Won From McCandless By Big Majority
Fern Lost to Lane Knudsen Defeated On
Kauai By Democrat.
The result of the election on Tues
day' was a sweeping victory for tho
republican ticket nil over tho Terri
tory. Kuhlo won tho delegateshlp by
a very largo majority. On Oahu ho
polled nearly double tho number of
votes cast for McCandless, whilo tore
on Maul, he scored i550 againr.t Mc
Candless' 5G3. George R. Carter,
heading the Progressive ticket receiv
ed 81 votes on Maui, and in about
the same proportion on tho other
V. T. Iloblnson defeated II. E. Pala
klko for the senate from Maui coun
ty by more than two to one, and
about a like proportion Of the votes
cast for representatives went to tho
six republican candidates in this
county. Goodness polled tho highest
1773 votes, whilo Tavares received
1246, the lowest given any republican
candidate on Maui. The highest dem
ocratic vote received In the county
was by Harry Mossman for tho
House, who got 99. Tho complete
vote by precincts, with- the exception
of tho four Molokal precincts, which
are combined, Is published In tabular
form in another place in this issue.
Lane Beat Fern.
John Lane defeated Pern for Mayor
of Honolulu by a few huJJrod votes,
and the rest of tho republican ticket
on Oahu carried by a big majority,
with the exception that Charles H.
Rose, democrat, was returned to tho
sheriff's office, and two members of
Fans Watch Great Game in Cham
pionship Series, Which Left Them
2 to 2 Tomorrow's Play Will
When the present se'ries of games
for tho Maul championship started,
about a month ago, there was unde
niably a big slump in interest In tho
national game on this island. But to
day, with the two llVrtl tetnis, Puu
nene and Wailuku, tied with two
games to the credit of each, there is
no lethargy among tho fans. In fact
excitement Is at a high pitch, and a
record breaking attendance is parti
cularly certain for tomorrow's engage
ment .when tho deciding game is
Last Sunday's gamo required ten
red-hot Innings to decide It In favor
of Wailuku by a scoro of 4 to 3, and
HOW VOTE STOOD
Carter, Geo. R P. 1
Kalanlanaolc, J. K..R. 30
McCandless, L. L...D. 4
Palakiko, II. E D. 11
Robinson, W, T.....R. 21
Crockett, W. F R. 1G
Garcia. A R. 20
Goodness, P. J R. 31
Kaonohi, J. P ,.P. 5
Keahi, L. N. D D. 12
Kuula, Sam D. 13
Mossman. II. C D. 15
Nawahlnn, R. J. K...R. 30
Tavares, A. P R. 15
Walaholo, Ed R. 30
tho house, out of tho twelve elected,
nro probably democrats. The entire
seven supervisors arc republican, thus
changing completely tho county gov
ernment of Oahu.
Knudsen Badly Defeated.
Kuhlo received 550 votes on Kauai,
as against 303 for McCandless, with
Nllhau missing. Carter got forty
Senator Knudsen was badly defeat
ed by his Democratic opponent, M.
A. Mlkaelc. The Republican ticket, J.
H. Coney, John Fassoth, J. K. Kula
and J. K. Lota, was elected to the
Big Island Llkepu.
Tho Island of Hawaii gave Kuhlo
a total vote of 1832, as ngalnst 707
for McCandless and 143 for Carter.
S. L. Desha, Sr., Republican, and K.
H. Makekau, Democrat, were eleeled
to the senate. The former received
1508 votes and tho latter 1242. J. D.
Lewis, Democrat, received 1210 votes,
and G. IV Kamauoha, Progressive can
The representatives elected in West
Hawaii aro H. L. Kawewehi, Home
Ruler, and D. K. Kauplko, M. K. Ma
kekau and H. L. Holsteln, Republi
cans. In East Hawaii tho entiro Republi
can ticket was elected to tho house
The successful'' candidates nro J. P.
Hale, G. H. Huddy, N. K. Lyman and
Evan da SUva.
make tho teams even once more. It
was one of tho best games for many
a day on the local diamond. Meyer
pitched a fine game for tho Wailukus,
and rather put It over the sugar men's
favorite slabstcr, Suyeda.
The score by Innings follows:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 S 9 10
Wailuku . ...0 0010010114
Puunene . ...0 020100000 3
Lumber Schooner Overdue
Tho lumber schooner Melrose which
left Puget Sound thirty-eight days ago
with a cargo of lumber for the Ka
hulul Railroad Company has not been
reported up to last night, and some
fears aro being expressed as to her
safety. Thcro is little doubt that the
vessel has met with some exceedingly
heavy weather, such as has Interfered
with shipping between hero and the
coast during the past several weeks.
INSPECTED HANA WHARF.
A. A. Wilson, tho contractor of Ho
nolulu, visited Hana this week and
mado an expert Inspection of tho Ha
na wharf, on behalf of the depart
ment of public works of tho Terri
tory. It is understood that repairs on
the structuie aro badly needed.
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14 59 28 23 1 19 7 22 3 35 14 72 8
19 272 95 214 36 ?3 61 201 45 13 15 64 28
Head of School Department Declares
Unequivocally For New Line of Work
Plans to Broaden Present Possi
ble Scope Hana Schools Inspected.
H. W. Kinney, superintendent of
public Instruction, arrived in Hana on
Tuesday of this week, and spent sev
eral days Inspecting the schools of the
district. Ho went as far east as Kau
po, and returned to central Maul by
way of tho ditch trail, taking In the
Nahlku and Kcanne schools on tho
way. Ho arrived In Wailuku yester
day and returned to Honolulu last
night by the Mauna Kea.
Defends Vocational Training.
Superintendent Kinney vigorously
denied that ho or the department is
lukewarm in tho matter of vocational
training In the public schools, pro
Vision for which was made by tho last
legislature. Tho reason that tho ins
truction is being held outside of reg
ular school hours, ho explained, is
that this seemed tho only feasible
method to work it at present and not
become swamped. Far from dcslriug
to dij away with tho new work, Mr.
Kinney outlined his plan for greatly
Increasing It, both In range and In
efficiency.. He plans that every nor
mal school graduate in the future
shall possess tho necessary training
and ability to handle tho vocational
branches wherever they may bo plac
ed, and tho present "vocational in
structors" simply have the supervision
of the work.
The Superintendent expressed the
hope that tho next legislature may
see fit to modify the school laws so
that in cases where it is clearly evi
dent that a pupil cannot bo expected
to benefit by further book-education,
he may be permitted to devoto a larg
er part of his time in some vocational
line that will tend to fit him for a
useful place in tho community.
WOMAN'S GUILD FAIR A SUCCESS.
Tho Halloween fair given last Sat
urday night at tho Alexander House
gymnasium, by tho Woman's Guild
of tho Church of tho Good Shepherd,
was a delightful success both finan
cially and artistically. Several hun
dred dollars represent tho results of
tho hard work on the part of tho la
dies. The decorations were especial
ly attractive, and tho program given
AN ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY.
Sunday, the twenty-third after Trin
ity, will bo tho anniversary of Rev.
J. Charles Villiers as rector of tho
Church of tho Good Shepherd. The
order of services will bo as usual;
Holy Communion, in the morning at
8 o'clock, Morning Prayers and ser
mon, at' 11; evening prayers and ser
mon at Puunene, at 7:30. A cordial
invitation to tho services Is extended
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35 19 Gl 20 100 631
19 10 19 25 146 1553
21 68 23 18 18 18
24 S3 28
27 125 36
7 39 4
7 53 7
9 58 11
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n Fierce Engagement Off Cliili
Coast German Squadron Sinks
Cruiser and Scatters Others
Geicr Must Soon Leave.
The defeat of a squadron of British
war vessels by a German squadron, off
the coast of Chill, on last Monday
evening, is tho most sensational feat
ure of this week's war news. The
first news of the engagement reached
Honolulu on Tuesday afternoon by
cable, but was promptly censored by
the Honolulu naval censor so far as
wireless transmission of any refer
ence to the event was concerned.
Mail advices bring tho following from
Vnlpaialfo concerning the battle:
VALPARAISO, Nov. 4 Tho British
cruisers Monmouth, Good Hope and
Glasgow, convoying tho transport On-
tranto, were engaged and defeated by
a German squadron twenty miles off
St. Maria Island, in Arauco Bay, Chile,
on Monday. The German squadron
consisted of the cruisers Scharnorst.
Gneisnau, Leipzig, Nurnberg and Bre
men. Tho action lasted for an hour, dur
ing which the Monmouth was sunk,
with all on board, a hurricano pre
venting any attempt at saving the
members of the crow. Tho Good Hope
was damaged, escaping in a crippled
condition, while tho Glasgow and tho
Ontranto put Into Talcahuano harbor,
The Scharnorst, Gneisnau and Nurn
berg are safe In this harbor hero, while
tho Leipzig and the Bremen are guard
ing tho entrance of tho harbor of Tal
cahuano, to prevent tho escape of the
Glasgow and her convoy.
Tho German admiral reports that
his fleet sighted tho Britishers short
ly before dusk on Monday ovening. off
St. Maria. Tho Germans opened fire
at 9000 meters, closing in to 8000, at
which range the eight-inch guns of tho
two heavier German cruisers were
most effective. After an hour's fight
ing the British attempted to escape,
tho Monmouth showing signs of being
badly injured. Tho smaller cruisers
of tho German fleet closed in upon her
and deluged her with shells from their
four-inch guns, the Britisher sinking
Tho Good Hope, showing between
her funnels tho effect of tho German
fire, escaped under cover of tho dark
ness. Tho Glasgow and the Otranto
also cf-caped under cover of tho night.
but both aro believed to bo badly dam
Tho German damage, as reported by
the admiral, is slight. Tho Gneisau
and tho Scharnorst wero both per
forated by shells, but tho injuries in
flicted aro Inconsequential. On tho
Gneisnau only two men wero wound
Geler Must Soon Leave or Interne.
Tho llttlo German cruiser Geler
which has been in Honolulu harbor
for several weeks making repairs to
her machlnory, and which seemed
likely to continue there indefinitely,
has been given a definite time when
she must put to sea or Interne for
tho remainder of tho war. This infor
matlou has been received from Wash'
ington, but the timo given tho ves
sel was not stated. Tho Japanese,
howevor, have a report that November
10th is tho date fixed.
In tho meantime tho formidable Jap
nnoso cruiser Hizen, has continued to
maintain her vigil outsldo tho three-
mllo neutrality limit, with tho avewed
intention of destroying tho Goior
should she soo fit to loavo tho harbor.
Tho HIzon was joined last Sunday by
another Japanese war vessel, tho
cruiser Asama, and by a collier, tqfe
Small Hope for German.
Apparently tho only hopo of tho
Goior is In tho arrival of othor Gor
man war voBsels beforo sho is forced
by tho neutrality of tho Unltod States
to leavo hor presont borlh; In which
caso aha might havo a ehanco to slip
away during tho ongagomont that
would follow. Por tho Color Is ante'
quatod and would certainly bo dos
troyed in short ordor by hor poworful
advorsarlos did thoy havo tho oppor
tunity. Tho gonoral opinion is that
STAGE IN GREAT WAR DRAMA
Britain Declares War Against Her and Attacks By Sea
While Russia Throws Troops Across Border No
Decisive Results in Any Part of War Zone.
CABLE STATION AGAIN IN SERVICE.
VANCOUVER, B. C, November 6,Dmge Inflicted at Fanning Island
by Nurnberg has been restored. Cable repaired.
BAD DAY FOR AVIATORS.
LONDON, November 6. Aviator Bulk burned to death In mld-alr yester
day at Aldershot.
Two French aviators killed at Itsy-les-Mollyneux.
PRINCE REPORTED HURT.
AMSTERDAM, November 6. It Is reported that Prince Joachim has been
wounded In the fighting.
JAPS HAVING TROUBLE IN CHINA.
CHANGHAI, November 6. German artillery Is destroying entrenched
position occupied by Japanese before city.
RUSSIA SINKS TURKISH COAL.
LONDON, November 6. Twelve Turkish transports loaded with coal sunk
when overtaken by Russians.
BRITAIN ABANDONS ARABIA.
BERLIN, November 6. British force has abandoned defense of Arabian
frontier and have withdrawn across
PLAN TO BLOW
LONDON, November G. Dispatch
officer arrested there on return from
dynamite Suez Canal.
AGAIN TRY TO ENVELOP GERMAN.
Has been effort on part of Allies to advance along Belgian coast for an
other attempt to envelop German right
draw from Nieuport. Germans says
BOMBARDMENT OF OSTEND EXPECTED.
Dispatch from Rotterdam says people of Ostend have been ordered Into
cellars with five days rations, indicating a bombardment Imminent.
German attempt upon British at
Fierce attack by Allies yesterday
AMSTERDAM, November 6. Germans are preventing Belgian men bet
ween 18 and 30 from leaving city, to
PREDICTS END OF
PARIS, November 6. General
reach limit or resources In three months.
REFUGEES GETTING OUT OF MEXICO.
VERA CRUZ, November 6. City crowded with refugees from Interior.
Many Americans and Europeans from
ed by Amrelcan expeditionary forces.
EL PASO, November 6. Carranza
his conflict with Villa.
RUSSIA INVADES TURKEY.
PETROGRAD, November6. Russian Invasion of Turkey-In-Asla has be-
gun. important fortified town Bayazld,
ARMENIANS GOT IT AGAIN.
LONDON, November 6. Armenians In Asia Minor ruthlessly pillaged by
Turk6 on eve outbreak of war.. Russian troops enthusiastically received by
PERSIA WILL BE NEUTRAL.
LONDON, November 6. Persia has declared neutrality In spite of Tur-
key's attempt to embroil her In war.
TURKISH HORDE WIPES OUT RUSSIANS.
CONSTANTINOPLE, November 6.-90,000 Turks Invaded Russian frontier
destroying a battalion of Cossacks.
RUSSIANS SAY GERMANS ARE RETREATING.
PETROGRAD, November 6. Russian advance In East Prussia Is progress.
Ing favorably. Germans falling back everywhere.
SAYS CHINA FACTIONALISM IS HEALED.
NEW YORK, November 6. News received here that at present all China
has been united through international situation Republic Is facing.
GEIER MEN RELEASED,
SAN FRANCISCO, November 6. Men from Geler have interned and been
WASHINGTON HASN'T HEARD OF LANDING.
WASHINGTON, November 6. State Department has not been advised of
reported landing of marines at Bairut.
unless such aid docs come, tho llttlo
cruiser will surronder to to TJnlteC
States, and disarm. It is reported
that several officers of tho German
vessel, who slipped away to San Fran
cisco on tho Korea, wero ast'jd up
on tholr anlval and havo since been
reloaded on parol for tho remainder
of tho war.
PLANNING BIG FAIR.
Two weeks from today is tho date
sot for tho annual fair of tho Catho
lic Ladies' Aid Society. The ovcut this
year will bo hold in tho Wailuku Ar
mory. At 4 o'clock Tho sale of a
wonderful collection of fancy work
will begin, and later In tho ovonlng
tho floor will bo cleared for dancing.
Thero is over vindication that tho af
fair will bo a most successful one.
UP SUEZ CANAL.
from Alexandria, Egypt, says German
Turkey, found In possession of plan to
wing, which has been obliged to with
Allies have been repulsed.
by way Ypres, easily repulsed by Ger
prevent their enlisting In Belgian army.
Bcrthault 6ays Germany will begin to
City of Mexico fleeing for safety afford
HAS NO END.
claims thirty-one states with him In
occupied by Russia.
NEW PAIA COMMUNITY HOUSE.
Tho opemnj? of tho now Community
House, of tho Makawao Union Church,
this evening promises to bo an ex
ceptionally pleasant alfalr. The mus
ical program, which Includes an oper
atic chorus In costume, Is ono of tho
features of program.
SUPERVISORS MEET NEXT WEEK.
The regular session of tho county
board of supervisors will bogln noxt
Wednesday. Routine business of tho
month will compilse tho work of tho
board, In so far as is known at pros
ent. GUARDIAN APPOINTED.
On tho petition of Domlngas Marks,
mother of James J. nnd Margaret
Marks, Judge Edings this week ap
pointed Prank Mcdolrosi guardian of
tho two minors, under bond ot $800.
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