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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1914.
Those Who Travel
Per str. Claudlne, Oct. 31. C. I).
Galley, Master C. Shields, Mrs. A.
Shields nnd child, A. C. Shields, Miss
N. Johnson, A. N. Hayselden, G. Miiul
yama, Mrs. Henry Kau, Mrs. J Kama-
da, Master Kaniada, Koo Kwau, Mrs.
1. Hoootipn, Geo. S. Raymond.
Por str. Mikahala, Oct. 31. Mrs. n.
Gibson, Mrs. W. Walboard, V. M.
Gcdge, E. R. Davis, Mrs. It. Dakcr.
Pflr sir. Mauna Kea, Nov. 2. D
Quill, H. Urcdhoff, Miss T. Taknmura.
Por str. Mauna Kca, Nov. 1. C. H,
Dye, U". A. Wadsworth and wife, H,
15. L. Heck, n. L. Halsey, Mrs. Hor
ton, and E. Lyon3.
Per str. Claudlne, Nov. 3. W. J.
Cooper, H. W. Kinney, L. Y. Alona,
. C. J. Schooning and wife, P. Stange,
" E. Sehultz, Miss K. Case.
FILM PLAYS APPRECIATED.
Tho "John Barleycorn" film on
Tuesday night nnd "Judith of Ilethu
Ha'" picture on Thursday night, at the
Maul Theater, were exceptionally
high grade productions, and were
much appreciated by tho fair sized
audiences which witnessed them.
DRUMMOND GETS PLAYED OFF.
Supervisor R. A. Diummond, icturn
ing from a short business trip to Ho
nolulu on lust Monday'3 Claudlne, was
honored with a serenade from I3cr
ger's band for about half an hour be
fore the boat left tho Honolulu wharf.
Durch Allerhoes elite. Gnadenerlanro
vom 29. August Is Personen, die sich
bis duhin verltzung der Wohrpfllcht
odor unorlaubter Auswanderung
schuldig gemacht haben, Erlass vcr
wirkter Geldstrafe, Prelheitsstrafe und
Kosfen, ferner nlleu noch lucht zur
ueckgekchrten UnlcroTfizleron und Ge
meinen Uea Heerea, der Marino und
Schutzlruppen, die sich uuerlaubter
Enlfcrnung oder crster Fahnenllucht
im Prieden schuldig gemacht haben,
Begnadlgung hinsichtlich venvirkter
Freiheits und Ehrenstrafen, jedoch
ausgenommon Degradation, in Aus
sicht gestellt, wenu sie sich waehrend
des jetzigen Krieges unverzuegllch,
jedoch spaetestons vor 29 November,
im Deutschen Keich, Deutschem Sch
utzgobiet oder auf Schlffen der Kaiser
lichen Marino zum Dienst melden und
ihr Wohlverhalten waehrend der
Abwesonhelt glaubhaft nachwelscn.
Begnadigung fuer zurucckgekehrto
Unterofnziero und Mannschaften soil
sich audi auf nicht allzu schwore, mlt
Fnhnonflucht odor unerlaubtor Entfer
nung zusammenhacngendo Straftaten
erstrecken. Von beiden Gnadcnerlas
sen blaibcn ausgeschJossen diejeni
gen, die das 45. Lebensjahr vollcndet
oder Rolchsangchoerigkeit verloren
haben und Angehocrlge cines auslaen
dischen Slaates slnd oder als dlens
tunfaehlg befunden werden, sofern sie
wegen Koerporzustandes aunohmen
l-.onnton, das3 sie zur Zeit nicht diens
Weitere information wird bereltwll
Kalseilich Deutsches Konsulat.
To Parents snd Guardians of Children
Attending School In Klhei and Puu
Tho following schools of the Klhei
and Puunono districts will bo visited
by a Government physician for tho
purpose of vaccinating all unvacclnat
cd children on the dates and times
SpreckulBville, November 10, after
9 a. in.
Ptiuneno, Novombor 10, after 9 a. m.
Puunono Japanese, November 10,
after 9 a. m.
Klhei, Novembor 12, after 9 a. m.
Gold, watch in black leather wrist
band, 'itoturn to Hamakuapoko Post
offlce. Reward ot $5.00.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
One bay goldlng, mano roached, star
on forphoad, two hind feet white.
, A. F.
brand E from Kahoka Camp, Pala,
about Ootobor 1, 1914.
Information for whereabout will bo
. . Pala, Maul, T. H.
ChQok drawn by San Antonio So
ooty In favor of Joso It. Coelho, for
J2fj. Payment has been stopped. AH
pefftoni are warned against negotiat
ing tho name.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth re
turned from Honolulu on Wednesday
whero they spent sovcrnl days visiting
their children who arc In school.
C. C. James, of tho Pacific Guano
& Fertilizer Company, spent several
days with his family at Kulaha this
Tho Woman's Guild of tho Church
oi mo uooa snepnera will hold a
meeting with Mrs. Lufkln, Walluku,
on Tuesday, November 10th, at 2:30
Mrs. James T. Taylor and two
children, of Kahului, arrived homo
yesterday by tho Manoa from tho
mainland whero they have been for
the past year or more.
According to letters received re
cently, Judge and Mrs. S. B. Kings
bury aro now In Los Angeles, whero
Judge Kingsbury has taken up tho
practise of law with one of his sons.
J. C. Foss, Jr., is anticipating tho
arrival of his parents from tho coast
within a few weeks. They will prob
ably spend the winter in tho islands.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McLeod, of Kl
hei, have returned from a visit to
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Leslie West were
hosts at a jolly Halloween party and
dance last Friday night.
Mrs. E. G. Bartlett and children of
Kulaha, have gone to Honolulu to re
main until after tho holidays.
In Circuit Court
Tho following cases were disposed
of in tho Second Circuit Court this
Eugeno Murphy vs Joo Leal et al,
assumpsit; judgment for plaintiff 550,
Interest, attorney's fees, and costs.
Territory vs Ishuml, selling liquor
without a license. Found not guilty.
Eugene Murphy for defendant.
Territory vs Taya Tanaka, selling-
liquor without a license; not guilty.
W. F. Crockett for defendant.
Otomatsu Kanayama vs Akutogawa,
assumpsit. Judgment for plaintiff, $5G5
and costs. Case & Vincent for plaintiff.
David Kanuha et al vs C. Brewer &
Co., action to quiet title. Plaintiff in
person, D. H. Case for defendant.
Tatsuml vs Omorl, damages, con
tinued for term.
W. T. Robinson vs C. Omorl, as
sumpsit, continued for term.
F. G. Correa vs D. K. Kaplioho et
al, illegal impounding, continued lor
Ah Lim vs Leong Fook, dent, appeal
Yamada vs Tanikawa, discontinued.
Kahului Railroad Company vs W. U
Patterson, continued for term.
Manuel Martins et al vs ManuT?
Cordero, replevin, set for 9th.
On the Other Islands
Episcopalians Oppose Billy Sunday.
Tho Protestant Episcopal churches of
Honolulu have declined to enter into
tho nrrangement being made by tho
other protestant churches of Hono
lulu to invito "Billy" Sunday, the
noted "baseball ovangollst" to visit
Honolulu. Tho reason for tho refusal
has not been made public. The other
churches will go ahead with the plans,
it is said.
Manoa In Collision In Fotf.
The Matson liner Manoa crashed in
to tho lumber schooner, Oakland, just
outside of San Francisco bay, last
week, while feeling her y,'uj in a
dense fog. Tho schooner was bndly
damaged, but was kept afloat by her
cargo until she could bo towed back
to port. Tho Manoa stood by and
towed the damaged vcs&el until met
by tugs from the bay. Captain Wecden
was highly praised by tho passengers
on his vessel for the manner In which
he handled tho situation, which is de
clared was through no fault of tho
Did Aeroplane Visit Hizen?
Tho Japanese aviators who were
forbidden to fly at Moanalua field by
tho police, are alleged to have made
a flight early Tuesday morning, and
after circling over the United States
fortifications at Pearl Harbor, to have
paid a visit to the Japanese cruiser
Hizen, off Honolulu harbor. The Fed
oral authorities aie said to bo looking
Into the matter, as one violating tho
neutrality of this government.
U. S. Cruiser for Hawaii Station.
Report has reahced Honolulu to the
effect thnt tho cruiser San Diego,
formerly the Callfornlan, Is soon to
bo sent to Hawaii for permanent sta
Organist Joins Army.
""Reginald Carter, organist of St. An
drews cathedral, Honolulu, has joined
the Brltif.li army, according to a letter
recently received from him by a
friend. He had been visiting England
when the war broke out.
Brother Dead, Other Injured.
F. Rutsch, bookkeeper of Hanania
ulu store, Kauai, has recelve'd news
from Germany that his youngest bro
ther was lost with the cruiser Koln,
In the fight off Heligoland on August
28, and an elder brother was wounded
In Louvaino by a bomb thrown f.im
a house as the German troops wore
passing through the streets. The let
ter stated that tho Injured man will
Hllo Wharf Damaged.
Tho new wharf in Kuhio bay, Hllo,
Is reported to have sustained consid
erable damage from tho heavy storm
THE MAUI VULCANIZING CO., LTD.
under new management of
MR. F. M. BNDERS
Expert Automobile Repairer and Vulcanlzer.
SOLICITS ALL YOUR AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS.
Walluku, Maul, T. H.
P. O. Box 83 I
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors to LEE HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc.,. Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
A Good Film
5 Have it properly developed by our infallible method
then you can have good prints from it without
? Wc give prompt attention to island orders.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
which swopt over tin? breakwater nnd
against tho structure, a week ago last
Monday. Vessels In tho harbor at (he
tlmo kept steam up, and Buffered no
Tho jury which returned tho ver
dict in favor of district attorney Mc
Carn, on Wednesday, was composed
of George F. Campbell, foreman; Sid
ney T. Carr, Adolph F. Gertz, Ed
ward B. Frlcl, John A. Bortfeld, Rob
ert N. Corbaley, Clarence W. Macfnr
lano, Henry H. K. Do Fries, Archi
bald McPhall, Edmund Swnn, James
C. Kelley and Robert F. Clarke.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII. .
At Chambers. In Probate.
THE HOME OF THE
STE1NWAY AND STARR PIANOS
In tho Matter of tho Estate of
CHONG FOOK, lato of Walluku, Maul, !
T. II., Deceased. -
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determining
Trust and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and Filing tho Potition
nnd accounts of James R. Love, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Chong
Fook, late of Walluku, Maul, T. H.,
Deceased, wherein petitioner nsks to
bo allowed $5,331.15 and charged with
$5,719.35, and asks that tho same bo
examined and approved, and that a
final order bo made of Distribution of
the remaining property to tho persons
thereto entitled and discharging peti
tioner and sureties from all further
It is Ordered, that Thursday, the
3rd day of December, A. D. 1914, at
ten o'clock A. M., beforo the Judge
of Slid Court at Chambers at his
Court Room In Walluku, County of
Maul, be and the same hereby is ap
pointed tho tlmo and place for hearing
said Petition and Accounts, and that
all persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause, it any
they have, why tho same should not
be granted, and may present evidence
is to who are entitled to said proper
ty. And that notice of this Order be
published in the Maui News, a news
paper printed and published in Wal
luku, Maui, for thrco successive weeks
tho last publication to bo not less
than two weeks previous to the tlmo
We have a large stock of
Inside Player Pianos
at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
THAYER PSANO CO., LTD.
mporters Sc Dealers
WHOLESALE an RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated Walluku, October 21st, 1914.
W. S. EDINGS,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho
Oct. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14.
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-island 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
FOR INSTANCE: A 25-WORD NIGHT-LETTERGRAM FROM
HILO TO DENVER WOULD COST $1.50, HILO TO HONOLULU;
$2.71, HONOLULU TO DENVER; TOTAL, $4.21. (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,
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