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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1915.
Those Who Travel
Fer str. Mauna Kea, Feb. 3. W.
M. Alexander, J. P. Cooke, F. C. ther
ton, John Vaterh0u3e, J. V. Smith,
H. Thompson and wife, J. T. Fit
Patrick, J. C. Tlanklngton, D. S. Rhe",
Ter str. Claudine, Jan. 30. E. II.
Priest, Rev. T. Okumura, Jas. Sinclair,
R. C. Walker.
Ter str. Mauna Kea, Jan. 29. Mrs.
'it. C. Byers, Master Byers, Jas. B. Cos
tie, J. C. Cohen, F. C. Lyser, W. E.
Per str. Mauna Kea, Feb. 1. F.
Focke, W. F. Dillingham.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco rer Sierra, Feb. 8;
Lurline, Feb. 9, Siberia, Feb. 12.
Yokohama Per Manchuria, Feb. 9.
Australia Per Ventura Feb. 25.
Vancouver Per Niagara, Feb 24.
Malls will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Manchuria, Feb.
9; Matsonia, Feb. 10; Sierra, Feb.13.
Yokohama Per' Siberia, Feb. 12.
Australia Per Sonoma, Feb. 22.
Vancouver Per Ventura, Feb. 25.
(Mails subject to correction on ar
rival of ships.)
RETURNED HOME, FOUND WIFE
Joseph Cook, an honorably dis
charged soldier, returned to Honolulu
last week after a quick trip to San
Francisco on business, only to learn
that his young wife, formerly Miss
Rosie McKay, a Maui girl, had died
a few days before. The girl's friends
had told her that she had been de
serted by her husband, and many be
lieve that despondency had a good
deal to do with her death. She died
of a broken heart, it was declared.
The case 1a particularly sad, as the
young wife was shortly to have be
come a mother.
ONE CASE OF TYPHOID.
A case of typhoid has been located
in one of the Puunene camps. The
patient is a Filipino, and so far as is
known is the only typhoid ease now
in the Island.
MAUI PRISONER PAROLED.
Governor Pinkham paroled Pascual
Maturan yesterday. Maturan was con
victed in the Maul circuit court, March
27, 1914, of robbery and sentenced to
not less than one nor more than three
years in prison.
A pardon and restoration of civil
rights was granted by Governor Pink
ham yesterday to William E. Saffrey,
who was convicted in the Maul circuit
court, in October, 1912, on two charg
es of embezzlement and sentenced to
pay fines in the aggregate sum of
$1000. P. C. Advertiser.
SEALED TENDERS HALEAKALA
Sealed tenders will be received up
to 12 o'clock noon, Wednesday, Feb
ruary 10, 1915, and then publicly open
ed, by the Haleakala Rest House Com
mittee, for the following:
1. Hauling, per ton of 2000 lbs. Ka
hulul to Olinda.
2. Hauling, per ton of 2000 lbs.
Olinda to a point 2.S miles from sum
mit, just east of Guide Post.
3. Packing, by animals or men,
from last mentioned point to summit
by old Rest House.
4. Erection of building, consisting
(a) Rubble Masonry Walls.
(b) Grouted Stone Floor.
(c) All Steel Work and Plastering
of Hy-Rib Roof.
Approximate weight of materials, 19
Masonry in walls, 45 cubic yards.
Masonry in floor, 20 cubic yards.
For further information and blank
forms for tenders, apply to Hug!1
Howell, Engineer on the Committee,
Each tender must be accompanied
by a certified check or olher depisit
sb a guarantee of good faith, amount
ing to at least 5 percent of the amouui
The committee reserves the rUht to
reject any and all bida, to award con
tracts on separate items or as a
O. T. LirFKIN,
Chaiiman, Haleakala Rest House
Wailuku, January 30, 1915.
Jan. 30, Feb. 6.
Forbach, Germany, is said to have
the most profitable town forest known
it yields an annual net gain of $12.14
Telegraph News of the Week.
ROME, February 1. Serious riots to force war taking place this
city. Mobs get beyond control police. Troops called to restore order.
Attempt being made to stem tide against Vienna. Speakers demand
resort to arms. At approach of troops crowd became passive and there
was no resort to arms.
CIIRISTIANIA, February 1. Norway is accused of selling poor
quality of horses to Denmark. Supply of flour and grain now believed
to be adequate to meet all demands.
PARIS, February 1. Artillery fire continued yesterday mainly to
advantage of Allies. Trenches at La Basse regained. Church at Fon
quivilliers was wrecked by German guns.
PARIS, January 31. Furious fighting in Argonne gives Germans
slight lead at heavy cost. Dead are abandoned by Teutons in retreat
from Flemish position. Big guns pounded Allies line. An aeroplane
attack at Dunkirk was unsuccessful, though fifty bombs were dropped
and few buildings damaged. From Arras to Bierancourt Germans kept
up heavy bombardment. .
LONDON, January 31. Berlin says Germans captured 745
French soldiers, twelve machine guns and other equipment in western
LONDON, January 30. Military experts, say Germans are pre
paring another great attack to cut off French lines at Soissons. Teutons
are reported making heavy reinforcements at La Basse.
DUNKIRK, January 30. Six German aeroplanes dropped fifty
bombs here, ten of which were incendiary. Several houses were dam
aged. No loss of life.
PETROGRAD, January 30. In Valley Alashkirk, Persia, after
stubborn resistance, we captured guns, colors, and military supplies for
VIENNA, Januray 30. Russian attempts to outflank army of
Archduke Joseph Ferdinand, commander of Galician forces, thwarted
by Austrians. Russia's efforts to invade Transylvania from Bukowina
and isolate General Fisher, and outflank Carpathians, proved ineffective.
BERLIN, January 30. It has been learned that the Kaiser was
under heavy fire at Soissons.
SAN FRANCISCO, January 30. Heavy gales on shore and sea
reported along Pacific coast breaking over San Francisco bar.
WASHINGTON, January 30. Yesterday on the coast of Flend
ers, Allies stormed Middlekirck and Slyte. At Craonne heights Germans
took 500 more metres of French trenches. French counter attacks easily
repulsed. On the Vosges French attacks at Senones and Bandes re
pulsed. Unimportant Russian attack near Gunbinnen repulsed. In
western part of Argonne German attacks southeast of Verdun repulsed
with heavy losses.
HONOLULU, January 30. One case diptheria freshman class
Hawaii may have official censor for movies.
LONDON, January 30. Teuton's move makes Russians fight
harder in east zone. Offensive inaugurated by Germans is met by Rus
sian advance against German lines in East. Petrograd contradicts Aus
trian claims of success in Carpathians and reports gains in north ; while
Turks are busy.
With sinking armed British merchantman Viknor, 258 naval re
serve youths went down.
BERLIN, January 30. Admiralty officially denies loss of light
cruiser Kolberg, said to have been lost in North Sea engagement.
ROME, January 30. Italian reservists belonging to infantry and
mountain artillery, are called to colors.
VENICE, January 30. Minister of Agriculture announced today,
army has food to last until September. Serious shortage fodder. Grain
supply will be conserved.
WASHINGTON, January 30. House committee backs immigra
tion bill with recommendation that it be passed over President's veto.
Revenue Cutter service has passed out of existence to be suc
ceeded by coast guard. '
Senate in all night session wrangled over ship purchase bill. Not
SAN FRANCISCO, January 30 After Matsonia left for Hono
lulu, she ran into heavy weather.
WAR ATLAS OF EUROPE.
Thirty-two pages of high grade modern maps of all European
Countries. On fine paper in four colors. 35 cents. Nothing like it
in the Territory. Same maps could not be bought in other form for
five times the price we ask. Ask to see it at
MAUI NEWS OFFICE.
The smallest bird is a Central
American humming bird, about the
size of a blue bottle fly.
" 'Bout the only trouble dat Job
miused," said Uncle EDen, "was run
nin' fur office an' havln' friends come
aroun' de niornln' after election to
tell him whur he made his mistake."
Land of Ideas.
In Russia, in the literacy, artistic
and musical world, there is a perfect
ferment of new ideas and new meth
ods of expression. More than tb.it,
in modern Russian literature, there
breathes a spirit of kindliness which
is entirely wanting, not only in French
and German contemporary literature,
but in our own. R. B. Cunninghame
A man respects the good woman, ad
mires the brilliant woman, flatters
the beautiful woman, and marries
the woman who adroitly flatters him.
New York Sun.
"I'm sorry to be so late, my dear. A
friend asked me to stop by and take
pot luck with him." "Well, did you
win the pot?" Birmingham Age-Herald.
There is no use of trying to apolo
gize for the time-killer who studies
a bill of fare for ten minutes and
then says "Gimme a ham sandwich."
"The folk at our hotel are greatly
interested in a problem." "What is
it?" "An irresistable blonde has Just
met an immovable bachelor." Judge.
When the Artist Fainted.
"That old bain of yours Is decidedly
picturesque," said the artist. "May I
paint it?" "Wa-all, a leetle paint
wouldn't do it no harm," replied
Farmer Clovertop. "What do you
Flaws In Fine Things.
The finer the nature, the more flaws
will it snow through the clearnoia o'
it. The best things are seidcruest
seen in their best form. The wild
grass grows well and strongly one
year with another, but the wheat If.
by reason of its greater nobleness,
liable to bitter blight Ruskin.
Cultivate Trust In Self.
Self-trust is the essence of heroism.
It speaks the truth and it is just, gen
erous, hospitable, scornful of petty
calculations, of being scorned. It
persists; it is an undaunted boldness
and of a fortitude not to be wearied
W. C. T. U. women of Ohio, un
daunted and undismayed by their de
layed victory, explain the result of the
November election thus:
"I can't vote,
Neither can ma;
Ohio's gone wet.
Blame it on pa."
Sugar in Many Plants.
Sugar exists not only in the cane,
beet-root and maple, but also in the
sap of about one hundred and ninety
other plants and trees.
FITTED BY THE
give that long wear
which makes the
Initial cost seem
Regal Shoe Store
THE HOME OF THE
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We have a large stock of
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at fair prices and easy terms.
We take old pianos in exchange.
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Don't fail to see the auto doctor when
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PATENT COLT $t.00
Island Orders Promptly Shipped and We Tay the Freight.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
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THE VOLCANO IS VERY ACTIVE.
OUR AUTO MEETS ALL
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RATES: $3.50 per day.
$20.00 per week.
A. T. SHORT,
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. P.& A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, 011 the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
BEN WILLIAMS, R. W. M.
The authorities assure us that it
does not follow necessarily from the
theory of the evolution of species that
mankind must have descended from a
single stock, since the hypothesis of
development admits of the Idea that
several "Simian" species may have
culminated in several races of men.
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