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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1915.
WHEN YOUR HOUSE BURNS
YOU HAVE INSURANCE TO COVER AT LEAST A PART OF YOUR
LOSS. BUT YOU CAN'T HAVE VALUABLE TAPERS INSURED AND
OFTEN TIMES THEY ARE WORTH MORE TO YOU THAN ALL OF THP
CONTENTS OF YOUR HOME.
A SAFETY DEPOSIT BOX AT THIS BANK WILL INSURE PER
FECT SAFETY TO YOUR VALUABLE PAPERS INSURANCE POLICIES,
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC., AND YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
BY AN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
") AND THE COST IS MUCH LESS THAN THE WOIJRY HAS BEEN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
C. H. Cooke, President
C. D. Lufkin, CdsMer
Importers Sc Dealers
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
GASOLINE and DISTILLATE IN DRUMS
DOR EGO & EDARDS
KING UP PHONE U :- -:- : -:- WAILUKU, MAUI.
Two 7-Scntor Packard. Meet all Steamers. Three 4-Seatcr Cars. Cheaper Rates
Leavas Walluku lor Lahalna Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays, 10 p. m. Saturdays, 6 p. m.
Not Less Than Three Passengers.
If you have a party of four or more, wireless at our expense.
Wailuku, Maui, T. H.
P. O. Box 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.
Successors vto LEE HOP
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
OUR NEW SERVICE
WE HAVE ARRANGED A SCHEDULE OF
BUSINESS HOURS THAT WILL ENABLE
US TO BETTER SERVE THE PUBLIC AT
THE SAME TIME GIVING OUR EMPLOY
EES MORE TIME FOR OUT-OF-DOOR EN
JOYMENT. THE STORE WILL BE OPEN
DAILY, EXCEPT SUNDAY
6:30 o. m. to 11:15 p. m.
Sunday, 8 a. m. to 12 m.; 5 p. m. to 8:30
MAUI PATRONS ARE INVITED TO CALL,
LEAVE THEIR PACKAGES AND USE THE
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd.
THE REXAL' STORE
Fort and Hotel-
99.84 per cent. pure.
We believe there is no question about this iron giving service
equal to the old-fashioned European iron formerly used so much
in this Territory, and which, in numerous instances, is still in
service after 30 years' exposure to local severe conditions.
Corrugated Galvanized Iron sheets, 24 gauge"; flat galvanized
sheets of various gauges and dimensions; culverts of various
Please write or call for additional' details.
The Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Entered of Record
V O AIKEN & wt to Trs of the Pea
hl Japanese School; pc land, Opa
na, Mnkawao, Maui. Sept 20, 1914.
TANDY K MACKENZIE to Emma L
Silva; Int in Est of Melnert II Heu
,ter, deed. Jan 12, 1915. $10.
DAVID KANUHA & wf to Trs of Est
of H P Baldwin; Int in share in II
r 1166, hui land, Kahana, etc, Kaa
napall, Maul. Jan 2, 1915. $1.
ESTHER KANUHA & hsb to Trs of
Est of H P Baldwin; Int in share In
R P 1166, hul land, Kahana, etc,
Kaanapali, Maui. Jan 2, 115. $1.
EST OF H P BALDWIN by Trs to
David Kanuha; int in por Gr 1166,
Kahana, Kaanapali, Maui. Dec 31,
EST OF II P BALDWIN to Esther
Kanuha; int in por Gr 1166, Ka
hana, Kaanapali, Maul. Dec 31, 1914.
PILIALOHA SMITH to Edgar Mor
ton; int in 20 A in hui lands. UIu
nialu, Hamakualoa, Maui. Aug 2,
EDGAR MORTON & wf to Antone R
Sousia Jr; int in 20 A in hui land,
Ulumalu, Hamakualoa, Maui. Aug.
4, 1913. $600.
JOE RAPOZO to Joe Boteilho; 2 A
land Puuomalei (Hamakualoa) Maui.
Feb 1, 1915. $150.
CHI CHAN to M P Freitas; 1 A
land Kokomo, Makawao, Maul. Feb
3, 1915. $200.
MARTHA K KAINA and hsb and
Hannah K Keaupuni and hsb to
John W Kalua; Int in R P 5957 Kul
3797 Puaahala, Molokai. Jan 9,
JOHN W KALUA to Jennie K Wil
son; int in R P 5957 Kul 3797, Pua
ahala, Molokai. Jan 29, 1915. $130.
DAVID KANUHA and Esther Kanu
ha to Trs of Est of Henry P Bald
win; 2 pc land, Kahana, Kaanapali,
Maui. Dec 31, 1914. 10 years at
$275 first 3 years, remainder at $100
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to Trs of
James H and Phoebe K Raymond;
pc land Keonioio, Honuaula, Maui.
Jan 25, 1915.
JAMES H and PHOEBE K RAY
MOND by Trs to Territory of Ha
waii; 2 A of Gr 120 Ulupalakua,
Honuaula, Maui. Jan 25, 1915.
J UMEDA to Y Takakuwa & Co., Ltd;
furniture, fixtures, mdse, livestock,
etc, Lahaina, Maul. May 11, 1914.
MAUI VULCANIZING CO, LTD, to
Joe Coelho Tr; Int in fixtures,
mchnry, tools, cars, etc, Main St,
, Wailuku, Maui. Apr 8, 1914. $3000.
M TANAKA to Schuman Carriage Co,
Ltd; Automobile, Honolulu. Feb 1,
!1915. $350. .
TRYING TO FIND KINSLEA.
According to an advertisement in a
San Francisco paper W. R. Kinslea,
who left his seat in the territorill
legislature and secretly sailed from
Hawaii just before he was to "be mar
ried two years ago, is now being
sought, by his mother. The anxious
relatives are said to have had no
trace of him. His reason for leaving
Hawaii has always been a mystery.
M'DUFFIE In San Francisco, Cal.,
February 8, 1915, Mrs. Catherine
McDuffle, mother of Arthur McDuf
fie, chief of detectives of this city,
aged seventy-one years.
POHAKU In Honolulu, February 8,
1915, William Pohaku, son of Mr.
and Mrs. P. K. Pohaku or Gulick
avenue, aged fourteen years.
FARIAS In Honolulu, February 7,
1915, Antonio Medeiros Farias, for
merly of Hilo, Hawaii, a native of
St. Michaels, Azores, Portugal, aged
APUA In Honolulu, February 7, 1 u,
Kanekaloa Apua (k), aged sixty
HEMANE In Honolulu, February 7,
1915, Francisco Rico Hemane, ased
fourteen years, a native of Cadiz,
KEVEN In Honolulu, February 7,
1915, Terrence Keven, Sr., of 1)49
Lusitana street, aged 64 years, a
native of County Tipperaray, Ireland.
THE NEXT MAILS.
Mails are due from the following
points as follows:
San Francisco rer WJlhelmina, Feb.
16; Chiyo Maru, Feb. 19.
Yokohama Per Tenyo Maru, Feb. 16.
Australia Per Ventura Feb. 25.
Vancouver Per Niagara, Feb 24.
Mall3 will depart for the following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Lurline, Tenyo
Maru, Feb. 16.
Yokohama Per Tenyo Maru, Feb. 19.
Australia Per Sonoma, Feb. 22.
Vancouver Per Ventura, Feb. 25.
(Mails subject to- correction on ar
rival of ships.)
Those Who Travel
Per sir. Mauna Kea, Feb. 10. C. B.
Gage, C. A. Kellog, P. Hasscn, E. F.
Mosley, Geo. O'Neil, M. Monig, II.
Clemens, Theo. Martin, L. K. Smith,
E. Murphy,' A. Christy.
Per str. Claudine, Feb. 6. H. von
Holt. J. D. Dole, L. E. Arnold, R. K.
Purday, G. C. Munro, R. S. West
Per str. Mauna Kea, Feb. 8. Mrs.
Keeau, Miss Ihihl, Mrs. Ihihi and ser
vant, Mrs. F. Stark, Z. K. Myers, Mrs.
S. Livingston and son, Dr. W. H. Fry,
Mrs. W. F. Kaae and son, T. Aki, E.
Murphy, r. Hasson, H. H. Taylor, T.
J. Fitzpatrick, J. M. McChesney, F.
Ter str. Claudine, Feb. 6. J. P.
Cooke, F. Atherton, Mr. Alexander,
Mrs. W. S. Nicoll and infant, W. F.
Crockett, W. Eckart, Geo. F. Smith,
W. Creel, 1'. Wallace, H. Ifatamoto,
S. S. Peck, Mr. Walker, Mr. Sinclair,
Mr. Knutt. L. E. Arnold, O. F. Heine,
Capt. O. J. Campbell.
Per sir. Mikahala, Fob. 6. Rev. K.
Teshima, Mrs. M. Reimann, Mrs. M
Medeiros, Aug. Reimann, M. D. Mon
sarrat, Mrs. L. Kaalouahi, Geo. P.
Cooke, wife and three children, Miss
Per str. Mauna Kea Feb. 5. W. O.
Smith, L. K. Smith, W. T. Robinson,
M. H. Drummond, C. Savage, John
Waterhouse, T. Shirotakl, Miss V.
Music, Boyland, Misa S. Akma.
J. II. Kapena.
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
Iijued By the Territorial Marketing
Division. Feb. 4, I9J5.
Fancy Island 45
Island tub 30
I.sland eggs more plentiful, prloo dropping.
Frosh Island, pcrdozon 38 to .35
California Huucli, por case
Duck Eggs, doz 27 1-2
Capons, lb 35 to .37 1-2
Broilers 2 to 3 lbs . lb .85 to .37 -12
Young roosters, per lb 30 to .35
H. U8, good condition, per lb 25
Turkeys, lb 30
Ducks, Muscovy, lb 25 to .30
Ducks, Pekia, lb
Ducks, Hawaiian, doz
Vcgetablos and Produce.
Beans, string, green, per lb.. 03
" " war, ;lb 03 1-3
Beans, llmain pod. lb 03 to .03 1 -
Maul Red, perewt ....4.00
Calico, per cwt !...8.00
Suiull Whites, per cwt 4.00
Dry Peas, perewt 4.00
Beets, per doz. bunches 30
Cabbage, bag 50
Carrots, per doz. bunches 30
Corn, sweet, per 100 ears 2.00 to 2.25
Corn, Hawn. small yellow 38.00 to 40.00
Corn, large yellow 36.00 to 38.00
Cucumbers, doz 30 to .50
Peannls, largo, per lb U5
" smoll, . " 05 1-2
Onions, Portuguese, buncb 04
Green peppers, bell, lb 06
Green peppers, Chile, lb 04 to .05
Potatoes, Island, Irish ..01 1-2 to .02 1-2
Egg Plant, doz 15
Pumpkin, lb 01 1-4 to .01 1-2
Sweet potatoes, native varieties,
perewt Market overstocked SC to .85
Taro, wet land variety, per cwt. ...1.10
Taro, buncb 15
Tomatoes, lb 04 to .06
Green Peas, lb 07 to. 10
Hogs, up to 150 lbs, per lb 11 1-2 to .12 1-4
Hogs, 150 lbs. and over, per lb 08 to .11 1-2
There Is good demand for Lidos.
Steers, No. 1, lb 14 1-2
Steers, No. 2, lb 13 1-2
Kips, lb 14 18
Sheep Skiqs, 10 to .80
Goat Skins, white 10 to .30
Alligator pears, doz -none la market
Bananas, Chinese bunch 35 to .60
Bananas, cooking, bunch 75 to 1.(10
Breadfruit, per doz 30 to .50
Figs, 100 75
Grapes. Isabella, lb 09 to .10
Oruuges, Hawaiian, none In market-
Limes, per 1011 50 to .85
Pineapple, doz 40 to .60
Strawberries, scarce, lb 20 to .25
Pohas, per lb 08 to .10
Papaias, per lb 01 3-4
Beef, lb II to .12
Veul, lb 12 to .13 1-2
Mutton, lb II to. 18
Pork, lb 16 to .17
The following are quotation on teed f. o. b.
Corn, small yellow, tea 41.00 to 42.00
Corn, large yellow, ton 4O.00
Corn, cracked 42.50
Barley, per ton 38.50
Bran, per ton 37.00
Scratch food, ton 47.00
Oats, per ton 43.00
Wheat, too, shorts 57.00 to 58.00
Middlings, pur ton 43 00 to 46 UO
Hay, Wheat, pur ton 23.00 to 28.00
Hay, alfalfa, ton 23 00
Alfalfa meal, ton 23.00
Telegraph News of the Week.
WASHINGTON, February 12. Ambassador Chinda explaining
his remarks about Japan expecting United States to aid in straightening
out war matters said he meant American issues only.
STRONG PROTEST AGAINST USE OF FLAG.
WASHINGTON, February 11. State Department has conveyed
to Great Britain emphatic warning that general use of American flag
by British vessels to avoid attack will be viewed with great concern.
Serious results will follow attack on American commerce.
HONOLULU, February 12. Judge Whitney will hold land court
SAY GERMANS ARE BEATEN IN EAST.
LONDON, February 12. Germany will not molest neutral ships
in or out of war zone. Washington has heard nothing about American
ships being sunk by Russians. First attempt of Germans to attack ves
sels in war zone was made by submarines which attacked British steam
er Laerties off coast of Holland. Vessel escaped.
Teutons have given up hope of clicking Russian advance. Von
Ilindenberg swings northward to attack enemy. Austro-Germans are
shattered. Hungary is again threatened. Main command of Kaiser
reported powerless to help.
British aero-bombs killed some soldiers in Antwerp forts.
CHINA AND JAPAN ABOUT TO CLASH.
HONOLULU, February 11. According to telegrams to Honolulu
press, China and Japan are on verge of open break that means war.
War cloud has been hanging low for several days. Chinese press is
urging President Yuan Shih Kai to refuse all Japan's demands.
HONOLULU, February 11. Filipino at Waipahu ran amuch kill
ing and wounding several. Escaped.
Jack Scully positively identified by Chinese who had been robbed
in opium deal.
Spreckels home may be taken for municipal hospital.
HONOLULU, February 11. Scully and McGrath arrested on
another charge of robbery in connection with opium deals.
HONOLULU, February 10. Compromise on Manoa pavements
for main to have "Warrenite."
Rumor that foreign agents are here to buy horses for army use.
GOOD PROFIT IN LOSS OF CARGO.
Olaa gets $100 00 nlore than would have had if sugar on Wash
ingtonian had been sold in market.
- STORM BLAMED FOR WILHELMINA SEIZURE.
LONDON, February 11. Stress of weather drove Wilhelmina
into Falmouth, where cargo was seized by British. Steamer will be
released but cargo will be delivered to prize court. London justifies
seizure because food stuffs would have benefited enemy.
TERRIBLE WINTER STRUGGLE GOES OX.
In all hardships of midwinter, Russian, Austrian and German
armies are locked in death grip. Passes in Carpathian!-, theater of
great conflict. Losses are appalling.
Press dispatch from Rotterdam tells of successful raid by Allies'"
airmen on ammunition depot at tJusselclort set on tire by bombs.
It is proposed to raise army of 3 millions. Budget provides for it.
ROME, February 11. Count de Castelaine lost suit for annul
ment of marriage to Anna Gould.
FREDERICK'S HAVEN, February 11. Latest Zeppelin complet
ed said to have been lost in storm off Denmark.
TUTUILA, February 11. Severe hurricane passed over island
Manua doing much damage. No lives lost. According to reports all
supplies are lost and will be no harvest of fruit.
TERRIFIC FIGHTING IN CARPATHIANS.
PETROGRAD, February 10. Russian enormous armies steadily
pressing down through Carpathians, have received terrific shock of
desperate German movement designed to stiffen Austrian defense and
hold back, if possible, hordes of Slavs turned toward Hungary. Im
portance of Carpathian menace attached by Germany is seen by ferocity
with which Germans have assailed' Russian advance. In long bul
letin today general staff says severity of bayonet charge is unprecedented.
GENEVA, February 10. The Russians have severely defeated
Austrians at Kowmezo, and after advance five miles, marching into
Hungary by the valley of the Theiss and Ung rivers.
BERLIN, February 10. Isolated fighting in East Prussia has
developed into some greater engagements which are progressing nor
mally. Situation in Poland unchanged .
LONDON. Februarv 10. French and German bulletins aoree
that only artillery duels occurring in western arena.
WASHINGTON FVl.rnarv 11 T.umn 1r.nl.-c t TV,:t,i o1(
aid in settling matters accruing out of war.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 11. Desmond is returning to Ho
nolulu with two wives in charge of U. S. marshal. Left on Wilhel
CHICAGO, February 11. Export of wheat is cettinsr scvious.
Price of bread rising. Congress will be asked to take action.
WASHINGTON, Feb ruary 10. Republican filibuster against ship
purchase bill causing strain on Senators. Penrose sent to bed by phy
sician. Porty-six hours continuous session a record.
NEW YORK, February 10. Cunarder Orduna is said to have
duplicated Lusitania incident, flying American flag for 24 hours. Agen-
cies oi me company ueny rumor.
HONOLULU, February 10. Private dispatch to A. &B. ouotes
$100.40 for sugar in New York.
McDuffie caught two firemen on Sierra with $1500 worth of dope.
HONOLULU, Februarv 9. Harrv Tuen annointed nostmaster at
Seventy-nine lsing lau Germans passed through to homes today.
Manoa nronertv owiiits nhii'i-t to art ion nf vmtii!tt
I 1 J J " " V"t"HUIV IIUUjllt(l(,
asphalt macadam for pavements. Want "Warrenite".
Steamer Great Northern will bring 250 passengers from East and
AMSTERDAM, February 10. Socialists in Prussia are opposed
to war. Leader of minority created scene when he declared that he
and his ten followers want to stop conflict. Outburst caused sensa
tion. Germany has begun to close all neutral consulates in Belgium, as
not acceptable to Berlin, because authority is ignored.