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WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H., SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915.
Chamber of Commerce Emphatical
ly Endorses Actions of Civic Con
vention Committee New By
By unanimous vote the chamber of
commerce, at its meeting Thursday
afternoon, endorsed fully tho work of
tho civic convention committee, ana
particularly the arrangement which
had been made by tho committee v'ih
Director General K. R. Bevins by
which ho had been paid $500 for his
services in connection with tho M?
affair. President F. F. Baldwin, who
had been chairman of the convention
"committee, brouRUt the matter up. He
stated that ho did so on account of
various malicious rumors wh'ch hud
gained circulation in regard to this
matter. Ho read from tho minutes of
tho committee tho record by which the
committee, early last July, had voted
unanimously jto employ a director ror
handling the heavy work of arranging
for tho convention, and to pay him
$500 for two and a half months of
very dlfflcult and trying work. Tho
coinmltteo had estimated that at least
$100 of this amount would be used up
by tho director in automobile tires and
upkeep, so that tho net pay for the
work would not bo at all expensive.
Tho rumors that there had been some
thing underhanded or crooked on
either Mr. Bevins' or the committee's
part, Mr. Baldwin felt should bo ex
ploded very effectually.
Tho matter was discussed at length
by various members, in which it was
brought out that tho rumors in ques
tion had doubtless started from the
fact that tile arrangement with tho
director geneial had not become
known until some time after the con
vention, and then in an indirect way.
There was no disposition apparent on
tho part of any of tho forty or more
members present, to criticize tho com
mittee, and it was apparent that tho
lesult of the discussion had been to
very thoroughly clear the atmosphere.
D. H. Caso moved that tho chamber
vote its full endorsement of tho action
of tho committee, and this being
heartily seconded, passed unanimous
ly. New By-Laws Adopted.
Tho chamber considered by sections
the draft of tho new by-laws recently
drafted by a r.peclal committee, and
with a few minor" exceptions adopted
them as read.
D. T. Fleming and W. A. Clark were
elected to membership in tho chamber.
Letters from A. A. Young of the
Young and Moana Hotels, offerhu;
Maul spaco in tho hotels for a repre
sentative of the outside islauds, vus
received, but no 'action taken. A
similar offer was received from tho
promotion committee for uso of its
headquarters. Tho promotion com
mittee also asked that a member ci
the chamber bo named to ant as repre
sentative of the promotion eoiumitteu
for Maui. This request was approved
and such represents live will bo named
The committee on auto rats and
hotel rate3, nu'-.u for further time,
which was granted.
A letter was received from tho Hilo
Board of Trade suggesting that $500
per month, should bo provided for
maintaining a representative from
Maul and Hawaii in Honolulu, and the
matter was referred to a committee.
It was suggested that "if Maul
be only asked to pay In proportion to
tho number of tourists that stop hero,
the cost will probably amount to but
a dollar or two per month.
JAPANESE CRUISERS OFF MAUI.
Two largo Japanese cruisers have
been lying off tho lco side of this is
land several days this week, together
with a collier from which they wero
replenishing their bunkers. This Is
the second timo that war vessels have
been in theso waters within tho past
few weeks and it seems quite evident
that a sharp lookout is being kept
by them for tho little German cruiser
Dresden, which escaped after tho
Falkland Island fight in December, but
which has not been definitely located
Kula Farmers Make
Pass Resolutions Against Action of
House Committee in Cutting Off One
of the Accepted Functions of Market
As reported in last week's Maul
News, tho Kula Farmers' Cooperative
Association is much exercised over
tho interference of tho House commit
tee on agriculture in forbidding tho
Territorial Marketing Division to
make purchases of supplies for it. As
a result, tho Association held a meet
ing last Sunday and adopted tho fol
"Whereas, we have learned of tho
act"on of tho House committee on agri
culture in stopping the Territorial
Marketing Division from buying sup
plies for our association, and
"Whereas, wo feel that the buying
of nupplles for us is an entirely proper
function of tho Division, and one of
great service to tho homesteader; he
"Resolved, that we approve the ac
tion of our secretary in protesting as
he did to the committee; and be it
"Resolved, that wo, as an absocla
tion of small farmers, do hereby pro
test against this interferenbo with one
of the most helpful features of the
Division's work; and be it further
"Resolved, that wo call upon all
farmers and their associations to com
municato with the governor and the
members of tho legislature and urge
tho revoisal of this action; and that
tho Division be specifically authorized
to buy supplies for shippers of pro
duco and their associations."
Examination Next Week
Next week will be examination
week in the public schools of the Ter
ritory. The examinations will be for
the pupils in the 5th, 6th, 7 th. and
8th grades, and will beglD on Wednes
day, March 24. Tho wovk will not lie
completed in all tho grades until the
SOth. The examinatiors will lo s-on-ductor
in tho samo manner as they
were, last fall. It is expected that tho
results will be known before the be
ginning of the ten-day Easter vaca
tion ,next month.
MAUI YOUNG COUPLE TO WED ON
Tho marilago of Miss Grace Gil
more to Mr. C. T. Bailey, has been an
nounced informally, to occur on tho
Coast on April 17. Miss Gllmore, who
is a nie'eo of Mrs. C. D. Lufkin, was
until a few months ago a popular
teacher In '.he Wailuku Public school,
when she resigned to return to her
home. Mr. Baile, who for a number
of years has been in charge of the
hydrographlc work of tho government
here on Maui, is also woll known and
popular in a large circle of friends.
He will leave within a week or ten
days for San Francisco. Following
the ceremony the young people expect
to spend the summer in tho east, re
turning to tho islands in the fall. It
is probable, that Mr. Bailey will bo
stationed on Oahu Instead of Maui,
upon his return.
BIG ST. PATRICK'S DAY DANCE.
Wednesday will bo St. Patrick's
Day in tho morning, but in tho oven
ing the Maul Irish and near-Irish will
dance. This year tho St. Patrick's
Day dance will bo held in tho Wailuku
Gymnasium, and it promises to be ful
ly equal to any of its predecessors
which is saying a good deal. For all
the affairs on tho local calendar this
annual event is without doubt ono of
tho most enjoyable. It is then that
one may see people doing astonishing
fancy steps, that aro never to bo seen
on a dancing floor at any other time.
Mrs. Wedtlick anil Dan Carey aro tak
ing a leading part in arranging fo;
this year's event. In order to cover
tho exponses gentlemen will Da charg
ed 50 cents admission, but the ladles
are admitted fiee.
INJUNCTION CASE CONTINUED.
Tho Injunction suit of tho Iao Sta
bles Company vs tho Maul Agrlcul
tural Company, which was called in
tho Honolulu circuit on last Monday
for hearing, was continued until April
Chamber of Commerce Would Have
Claudine Leave Honolulu Late
Monday Night, Cutting Out Tedi
ous Stop at Lahaina.
To have the Inter-Island steamer
Claudine make her trip from Honolulu
direct to Kahului, Instead of stopping
at Lahaina for three or four hours of
useless killing time, will be the ob
ject of efforts on the part of the Maul
Chamber of Commerce. The matter
was brought to the attention of the
Chamber at Its meeting held Thurs
day afternoon, by President Frank
Baldwin, and was unanimously endors
ed, after a general discussion. Mr.
Baldwin stated that he had discussed
the matter with L. Welnzheimer, and
had been agreeably surprised to have
a ready acquiescence to tho plan by
this Lahaina gentleman. Aside from
tho mail, Lahaina gets really little
benefit from having the Claudine stop
on her up trip. No change will be
urged for tho Claudine in her down
V. tho steamship company will inau
gurate the service desired it was
pointed out- that it will bo possible for
business men of Maul to go down to
Honolulu on Saturday ovcnlng, and to
have a full business day in tho city
without any additional loss of time.
This will be accomplished by tuning
tho sailing timo from Honolulu set
for perhaps ten o'clock Monday night
Instead of five o'clock as at present,
the time of arrival at Kahului being
about tho same time as now. it was
generally believed that the suggestion
will bo favorably received by the
Choral Society is Organized
Under the direction of Harry Wash
burn Baldwin, a vocal music club has
been organized, the object of which
will be to develop chorus work in
central Maui. The first meeting was
held last evening at tho Pala Com
munity House, and much interest is
manifested in the new movement. In
all probability tho production of a
light opera will bo undertaken before
long, possibly tho "Mikado" or ono of
Mr. Baldwin belioves there Is talent
sufliclent on Maul to produce a first
class choral society, that will be oi,e
of tho best musical organizations in
the Territory. Meetings will bo held
regularly overy Friday evening at the
HOIKE AT MAKENA BIG SUCCESS,
There was a large attendance at
tho hoiko last Sunday at tho Makena
church, Sunday school and church
workers from all parts of tho island
attending. The meetings wero ad
dressed by Dr. P. B. Baker, national
superintendent of tho Anti-Saloon
league, by Rev. J. W. Wadman, of Ho
nolulu, and by others Eighteen mem-
hers of tho Walheo Sunday school
wore enabled to attend through the
courtesy of Manager Penhallow, of the
Wailuku Sugar Company, who donat
ed the company's largo auto trueli
for tho trip. '
HIGH SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT,
A Japanese tea and musical o is be
ing arranged by tho pupils and teach
ers of tho Hamakuapoko high school
for next Saturday afternoon, March 20,
Tho affair promises to be an "excop
tionally pleasant one. The proceeds
aro for making needed improvements
in tho school.
ELECTION RETURNS WILL
BE RECEIVED AND POSTED
IN FRONT OF' THE MAUI
NEWS OFFICE THIS EVEN
ING A3 FAST AS REPORTED.
Politics Cause of
Short Board Meeting
Various Petitions Granted and Police
Appointments Confirmed Lower
Paia G&ts Pipe Line Lahaina
Streets Ordered Staked.
The Board of Supervisors passed
the payrolls and various claims for the
month on Wednesday, and transacted
other routine business and adjourned
after midnight Wednesday night. This
concentration of business was due to
the stronuousncss of tho campaign.
A petition from residents of lower
Paia for a water supply was, on mo-
lion of Dr. Raymond, seconded by
Drummond, granted and tho clerk au
thorized to purchase sulllclent 1V&"
pipe to cany tho lino" to Kuau, near
the Catholic church.
A list of supplies needed for (he
Keokea and Halehaku schools, sub
mitted by supervising principal A. L.
Ca'je, was ordered purchased.
The appointment of Kaheamol as
police officer for Huelo, was confirm
ed. Tho same action was taken on
the apopintment of HInau to the vac
ancy caused by the resignation of Lt.
Resolutions from a mass mceng
of Makawao citizens protesting against
the proposal to move the court house
of Makawao to Paia, was deferred
to be taken up vlth other communi
cations on same subject after May 15.
A request of the Haiku Farmers'
nsociation that a flag staff bo erected
at the Kuiaha school house, was grant
ed. The appointment of Anlono Techei-
ra as plantation officer of Lahaina,
The resignation of police officer L.
H. Sylva, of Wailuku, was accepted.
The county engineer was instructed
to stake out streets In Lahaina in ac
cordance with tho map made by S. E.
Bishop in 1881, and then to report
back to tho board. The claim is made
that certain streets, formerly open,
are now closed and claimed as plan
Alexander Lindsay, Jr., was employ
ed by the board to draft bills for the
legislative committee for this session
of the legislature.
The supervisors this week author
ized .the-replacing of two woodenTnid
ges between Wailuku and Waikapu
with concroto structures, the old wood
en bridges being worn out past repair.
The same action was taken icganllng
a bridgo at Waiehu.
The county engineer was authorized
to p'laco ton 10,000-galIon tanks at the
head of dllferent laterals from the
main Kula pipe lino for tho purpose
of reducing the head on these supply
lines, which at the present time Is the
cause of constant bursting of the
pipes from the excessive pressure.
The engineer reported that invesii
gation is in progress to determine the
kind of material and class of construc
tion best suited to tho proposed Olln
Tho engineer also reported the com
pletion of about 2000 feet of 3-inch
pipe to tap a million gallon water
holo abovo tho Waikamoe retcrvoir
on tho Kula pipe.
Repairs and extension of tho Wai
luku water works system Is being con
sidered, as Is also the matter of a
reservoir in tho sand hills vio supply
Kahului, and another pipe lino for the
TO FINISH KIHEI WHARF.
It is probable that the board of bar
bor commissioners will begin vefy
phoitly tho placing of necessary bea
cons and tho construction of an auto
shed anlBomo other necessary ad
juncts to tho now Klhcl wharf. A. C.
Wheeler, of tho Public Works olllco,
visited the landing this weok and took
the necessary data for the work. An
effort will then be mado to persuade
tho Inter-Island boats to mako uso of
this landing instead of McGregors.
Tho road la also bolng improved to
COURT NEXT WEEK.
Tho circuit court grand jury will
meet noxt Wednesday, tho 17th, for
tho regular March term. It is believed
that it will bo ablo to complete its
work boforo tho end of tho week. Tho
trial jurors recontly drawn, aro called
to appear on tho Monday following
Week Marked By No Striking EventUnited States
Makes Demonstrations to Mexico, and
Japan to China.
HONOLULU, March 12.Supr, $94.30.
TOKIO, March 12. Japanese
men under arms in army and navv
accepts every item of demands made
ty conspicuous throughout empire.
LONDON. March 12. Great
vasion oftChina by Japan. Has no
PARIS, March 12. The new
as illegal by minister Chagas, who
PARIS, March 12. Wholesale
preventative to epidemic after battles.
ATHENS, March 12. Terror
fleet keeps battering at forts. Greece has floated an $8,000,000 war
loan. Sofia informs Athens that favorite son of Sultan has been as
LONDON, March 12. Great
ported. Twelve German sea-wasps
British shipping, have failed to return. Eight are of latest type.
News bureau announces several important victories in Flanders.
Teuton resistance unbroken. Kaiser so discouraged that blockade-, may .
be abandoned. Naval council called
portcd sunk by torpedo, is safe at
BERLIN, March 12. Typhus
crican physicians died from disease.
WASHINGTON, March 12. Explanation of commander ctui'ser
Prinz Eitcl Frederich regarding sinking of American ship W. T. Frye.
hardly satisfied President. Administration wants more complete report.
Warship in dock for repairs. Commander says he' thought cargo was
NEW YORK, Marcli 12. Harry Thaw assumes entire responsi
bility for escape from Matteawan. Says he paid well for his assistance.
WASHINGTON, March 12. Great Britain has made inquiry of
State Department as to reason of Mexico seizing British ship Wyzis
brook. No request made for action by United States.
President declines to receive callers.
, WASHINGTON, March 11. Information that four Spaniards
were assassinated in Mexico City, and that burning of residences ! in
progress ,vas laid before Secretary Bryan. President received Car
ranza's note in reply to United States 'protest against conditions in Mex
ico City. Situation regarded as encouraging, note indicating desire to
carry out United States' wishes.
WASHINGTON, March 11. Berlin officially reports English
aviators have thrown bombs at Menin. Only one successful.
English yesterday attacked German position at Neufchapclle. En
tered vi(lage in some places. English advance near Gizcnchy repulsed.
New' Russian attempt to break through German lines south of
Augustowo, finished in annihilation of Russian troops.
LONDON, March 11. King signing order in council fixing pro
visions of Franco-British retaliatory war on German trade. Details not
LONDON, March 11. Important series of successes won in hard
fighting in Flanders. British attacks along extended front resulted in
capture of mile and a half of German trenches. Victory partially ad
mitted by Berlin. British took Rcuvchapelle and 1000 prisoner. Brit
ish official observer describes Germans intensely brave.
PETROGRAD, March 11. German forces regrouped for new at
tack on Praszysz. Troops taken along Ncinen and Augustowo front.
Military railroads affording Germans remarkable mobility.
HONOLULU, March 11. House presented Representative Hud
dy an engraved silver cup.
Clothier Benn married second time, because of short divorcelm
PARIS, March 11. More forts razed in Dardanelles. Admiral
Gueprette wounded in feet by shell from Turkish forts. Several Turkish
shells hit battlcshins Surrern and Gaulos. ';
Gentians nrr mnkinrr rinr mnrn
and army is advancing against fortresses in North Poland. German!
have returned along entire line of Polish front, although offensive
against Ossometz is being kept up.
EL PASO, March 11. Villa gives notice that intervention by any
Power will reunite Mexico and whole country will have to be fought.
BERLIN, "March 10. Wilhelmsdorf voted issue potato tickets to
residents same way bread tickets issued in other cities. Tickets allow
22 pounds spuds per capita weekly.
LONDON, Marcli 10. German submarine A 12, sunk by British
destroyer Ariel. Crew saved, but deprivad privileges of ordinary 'pris
oners because of attitude of Britain proclaimed towards submarine
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army partially mobilized. 60,000
ready for' expedition unless China
by Japan. Army and navy activi
Britain will not interfere with in
objections to Japan's expansion.
cabinet of Portugal has been branded
resigned yesterday after four months'
cremation is being carried out as'
increases at Constantinople as big
disaster to German submarines is re
sent out from Cuxhavcn to raid
for today. Collier BeethovenVre-
fever epidemic in Scrvia. Two Am-',
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