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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915.
Telegraph News of the Week,
HONOLULU, April 29. Legislature adjourned at midnight.
Private wells of Hawaiian Electric and Rapid Transit companier
may be taken over by city.
Work of raising submarine back to place of beginning. Work all
to be done over again. Admiral Moore reported to Washington, vessel
in good shape when started on last cruise.
Days of Hawaiian band seem short. Supervisors may not make
appropriation for next year.
A Vancouver astronormer would like to install largest telescope in
HONOLULU, April 2S. Senate passed tax exemption bill for
Rumored here Japan's troops have moved on Peking, but is not
confirmed locally. News comes from coast.
Ilolstein's sugar probe bill killed.
WASHINGTON, April 29. Secretary Garrison says war in Eu
rope has taught us great lesson. He outlines a policy of preparedness.
New board of national defenses and war college will confer and work
BRINDISI, April 28. Austrian submarine torpedoed the Gam
betta. LONDON, April 28. Military preparations on vast scale, of cri
tical importance, proceeding simultaneously in four fields of action. In
Flanders, Germans are struggling for mastery along Yser river. Ger
man and French accounts as to results show marked difference. Berlin
reports British efforts to recover lost ground failed. Paris asserts fur
ther progress made on Yser and heavy losses inflicted on Germans.
More than 800 found dead at one point. New German attack on large
scale inaugurated in Poland. Berlin declares Germans conquered Rus
sian position in vicinity of Suwalki, along 12 mile front. Carpathians
great scene of operations. Russians here still maintain offensive. Dar
danelles is fourth war arena, where there is activity now. Troops of
Allies progressing both sides in attack on forts guarding sea entrance to
Captain Scott, of Swedish steamer, reports fleet of 68 German ves-
seiis in Aortli tca. 1 lis steamer was stopped and papers examined.
Ktichener informed house of lords that British prisoners are mal
treated and some shot by Germans.
GIBRALTAR, April 28. Steamers Vaneiro and Montenegro, car
lying American cotton to Switzerland, have been released.
HONOLULU, April 28. President Bartlett consents to resign
from Brewery. Sale of I lib branch may not go through. Sayres, of
Rainier Brewing Company, may succeed Bartlett, whose last thrust
was to discharge Waterman, according to reports here.
Two cables on submarine have parted. Only one now holn'ng.
Officers seem to lose hope. Widows Prerrara and Lunger go to coast
on first transport.
Governor has vetoed bill relative to practise of chiro-practors a
one providing special election of supervisors, in case vacancy occurs.
LONDON, April 28. First day's battle in Flanders, at end. Suc
cess of Germans due to use of shells distributing noxious gases which
asphyxiated Canadians in trenches. Allies continue fight to regain lost
Kaiser warns sister, who is Queen of Greece, that all doubtful na
tions beware. Germany is sure to win the great war.
ROME, April 28. Ambassadors to Berlin and Vienna have been
recalled, another indication of approach to war.
LONDON, April 28. Premier Asquith says treatment of British
officers who are prisoners of Germans, is calculated cruelty and is one
of the blackest spots with which Germany is credited during war.
Both French and Turks claim successes on Dardanelles, reports
from Paris and Constantinople being contradictory.
LONDON, April 28. Swedish ships Hanua and Viking, halted
in Baltic, while homeward bound with coal and are guided by German
BrL.sh socialists favor carrying war to finish.
GENEVA, April 28. Austrians have lost 20,000 men to Russians
around Uzok Pass.
ici iciainjus uciwcvu vjicecc anu ijuiparia.
rV' 2lV JPSGTvon Tappenheim, German officer,
hf W ;. r i .i TrT - lau in aeroplane, killed by brigands, whom
Jv--V!rr..x.' attempting to blockade Russian railroad.
Nothing- to mdicate Yuan Shih Kai has altered attitude towards
newest irreducible demands of Japan.
PEKING, April 27. President Yuan Shih Kai and counsellors in
important conference today. China will reply to latest demands within
a week. Early reply to Japan will have no excuse for repetition charges
China procrastinates. No indication of Japan's withdrawing in attitude
previously announced, or modifying material demands.
GENEVA, April 27. Russians began offensive movement around
LONDON, April 27. German activities along entire front, held
Bomb controlled by clockwork, discovered in office of Turkish
minister of war. W as timed to explode at hour of session.
Belgians have repulsed three charges of regiments hurled at their
positions by Germans who have endeavored to take offensive south of
Dutch steamer Noordam, carrying American women to peace con
gress and winch was held at Downs, has been released.
Swedish steamer Centric blown up by mine off Alang Island. Crew
Sub-Lieutenant Medligast and mechanic were killed in accident to
naval sea plane at Calshot.
Grimsby trawler "Recolo" blown up by mine in North Sea. Two
ROME, April 27. Italy and Austria steadily drifting towards war.
bALKAMLN IO, April 28. Governor has signed bill allowing cm
ployment of convicts on road work.
NEW YORK, April 28. Mercury today reached 97 degrees in
hade. Much suffering on East Side. Believed backbone of heat wave
SAN FRANCISCO, April 28. Five customs inspectors and Chi
nese confederates ordered to jail, Supreme Court denying a rehearing,
SAN FRANCISCO, April 28. S. M. Damon is now here. Re
ported in better health.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 27. Capt. Dollar says Wilson promisee
fair play in seaman bill and then watched it pass.
WASHINGTON, April 27. Germans hold Lizurne on left bank
of canal, which French pretend to have reconquered. East of canal
conquered terraine is again in possession of Germans. Northwest of
Zonnebeck, German attacks continue. In Champagne, two French night
attacks repulsed. In Ailly forest enemy s attack failed. Feeble Russian
night attacks near Hazow, repulsed.
HONOLULU, April 27. Ambassador Guthrie, from Far East,
passed through on Manchuria. Refused to talk on situation in Japan
Heavy weather still prevents work on submarine.
Stephen Desha is ill at Waialua and will not attend balance session
HONOLULU, April 26. Boggs, pleaded guilty opium robbery,
which prevents disclosure ot higher ups.
Promotion Committee asks Pacific Mail by cable, intentions as to
LONDON, April 27. No disposition here to belittle Teuton suc
cess which Germans have won on the Yser, the most important in west
ern zone in campaign in Flanders. Pall Mall Gazette says: "Germany
has administered masterly tactical counter attack. She has gained her
revenge for losses near Neuvechappelle. This battle was the greatest
success since last fall. 5000 prisoners taken, of whom 1000 Canadians.
This British reverse stimulates recruiting here."
ROME, April 27. Opinion gathers that Italy and Austria inevit
ably growing near war. Austria cannot accept terms.
I FARMING AND FARM PROGRESS
I Things Being Done and Attempted in the Agricultural Field.
More Molasses Advocated. . more than seven miles npart. 1 nm
Experts are urging the use ot morn . therefore inclined to believe that the
molasses as a ration in feedinff both ' oumreaK is uue to a rccruoescense n-
horses and cattle. It is claimed that
It is not only of high food value, but
Mint, fed with bran and other igraln
feeds, it minimizes the danr of pius
sic acid poisoning:, which sometimes
causes heavy loss, where damaged
feeds are ut-ed. Diluting the molasses
with water makes it easy to mix with
other feeds, and It is also Riven ani
mals in still more dilute form as a
drink, with good results.
Lumpy bran, or other ground feeds,
should be retarded with susnicion. as
poisons are sometimes formed when'
thepe feeds are stored in large quan
titles, and generate heat.
Infection already on the premise
which theory is bupported by the ex
tremely mild form in which the ttl
sease has made its appearance.
"With the timely application of se
rum there is consequently litUe dan
ger of serious losses, even tnough it
is doubtful whether the established
quarantine will prove effective
"From Hawaii and Kauai no new
outbreaks have been reported, one re
port investigated by Dr. Eliot proving
not to be hog cholera.
"On Oahu the disease now seems to
be well under control.
Report on Hog Cholera Outbreak.
In his official report to the board of
agriculture, Dr. Victor A. Norgaard,
territorial veterinarian has the follow
ing io say concerning the recent out
break of hog cholera on this island:
"Dr. Fitzgerald, under date of Feb.
?5, reporting two small outbreaks, one
on the Haleakala ranch and the other
on the Maui Agricultural Co.'s .-aneh.
The infected premises were imme
diately placed under quarantine a?id
sufficient hog cholera vaccine secured
for the treatment and prevention ino
culation of all affected and exposed
hogs. The origin of the outDreak re
mains obscure, no hogs having been
introduced from any of the other is
lands for several months past, nor
has there been any transfer of animals
between the two places, which are
Cassava For Pigs.
In Queensland cassava is used as
food for pigs with success and is
found to be a good substitute for :he
potato. The pig eats the cassava
either raw or cooked, and digests i(
equally well in both cases, and uses
all the hydrocarbonic matter, amount
ing to about 80 or 90 per cent of the
total quantity consumed. All that Is
needed is to feoak the tubers for soine
hours in cold water, to obtain a food
ready for immediate consumption, a
food, the nutritive value of which is
equal to barley or rice meal. At the
same time, caesava must not be con
sidered as a complete ration, as it Is
necessary to supplement it for young
animals, at least, with food containing
the phosphates and nitrates wanting
in cassava. For this purpose oil ei.ke
and ground green bones are used, or,
better still, degelatinized bones pow
dered. Agricultural News.
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Dr. J. H.- Raymond.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE COUNTY
OF MAUIi. -- ,v
.AVVronse to many requests from
c jzens, both Democrats and Repub
licans, that I be a candidate for the
office of Supervisor at the coming
election, I desire to state that upon
mature deliberation and due consider
ation of the matter, I have decided
to place my name before the people
and shall be satisfied with their ver
dict. If I am elected, I shall endeav
or to accomplish the following re
1. To work for the establishment
and maintenance of an honest, econ
omical, progressive, business admin
istration of the affairs of the County
2. To advocate the payment of
wages and salaries to all employees of
the County to the full extent of their
BEMROSE In Honolulu, April 26,
1915, Mrs. Emily Bemrose, of 1443
Ilackfeld street, a native of Toron
to, Canada, aged sixty-three years.
KAUWE In Honolulu, April 21, 1915,
Moses H. Kauwe, of 1580 Liliha
street, a native of Hookena, Kor,-,
Hawaii, aged forty-five.
KALEOHANO In Honolulu, April 21,
1915, Henry S., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Gus Kaleohano of Ilanlwai street,
aged six months.
MAIPUU In Honolulu. April 24,
1915, Moke Maipuu, of Pauoa road,
a native of Molokai, aged forty
KAUHI In Hilo, Hawaii, Apiil 20,
1915, David Kauhi, jailer of the
Hilo jail, a native of Kohala, Ha
waii, aged fifty years.
YOUNG In Bordeau, Washington,
March 3, 1915, Mrs. Alice Mumby
Young, daughter of Mr .and Mrs.
' George Mumby, former residents of
mum u-h-l ,
worth, and to demand of them. In re
turn, the highest standard of efficien
cy, and proper respect for the oflAie
held by them.
3. To maintain and Improve tjie
roads and bridges we now have and to
complete new ones, first where they
are really needed the most.
4. To fully complete the Kula Pipe
Line and build a reservoir at Olinda.
5. To work out a plan whereby the
Territorial and County governments,
wovking jointly, shall be able to con
struct the Hana bridges needed and
complete the belt road system.
6. To Insist that the County of
Maui shall receive full value for every
(Signed): J. H. RAYMOND.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Warket Street, San Trancisco, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
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APRIL MAY JUNE
EL, PASO, April 27. Word lias been received by relatives of Mc
Cleary, newspaper man sentenced to death by Carranza, that he has
TOKIO, April 27. Cruiser Tokiwa has arrived at Yokusuka naval
PEKING, April 27. Japan has not delivered formal ultimatum
to Lhina. Negotiations resumed yesterday. Lhina has won some con
cessions but minister Ilioki has notified Lu Chen that there will be no
more. Japan promises that if terms arc accepted, Tsing Tau will be
placed on same plane as Shanghai. China will retain sovereignty, having
LONDON, April 26. General attack by land and sea on Darda
nelles in eilort to force entrance to Constantinople, strike of decisive
blow to Turkey begun. - Attack is in force. British and French troops
landed. Still larger army disembarked covered by brisk fire from fleet
at Turkish forts. Enemy is entrenched along Gallipoli peninsula but
Allies landed successfully. Landing and advance continues. 35,000
Turks entrenched along Gulf of Saros.
Steamer Noordam, carrying women from. America to Congress
at the Hague, arrived safely at Downs.
NEWPORT NEWS, April 26. Kronprinz Wilhelm being coaled
and provisioned. Time is up Friday. Will be interned unless she sails
TOKIO, April 26. Firm attitude of Japanese government in press
ing demands on China, has aroused wide-spread approval throughout
country. One hundred members of Parliament favor demands.
ROME, April 26. Italy's war attitude more and more emphasized.
Minister of Marine orders any ship, regardless of nationality.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 27. Walter Pomroy, coast swimmer,
injured in automobile accident. May die.
WASHINGTON, April 27. Kronprinz Wilhelm has interned.
WASHINGTON, April 26. Philip McCleary, newspaper corres
pondent, sentenced by Carranza to be shot. Consul Silliman to get facts.
Owing to 90 failures at West Point examinations, Secretary of War
ordered new examinations for May 25.
NEW YORK, April 26. John Bunny, famous movie actor, dead
of complication of diseases.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 26. Eight persons in fishing launches
drowned. Bodies not recovered.
"Uncle Joe" Cannon, James Mann, and 138 others, arrived on
special train today. Leave for Honolulu Tuesday.
WAbHINGlON, April 26. Gunboat Concord will be given to
Treasury Department, as Puget Sound quarantine ship.
German embassy says : More victories and Germans gained ground
north of Ypres. English counter attack west of St. Julian this morning,
repulsed with heavy loss to enemy. East of Lille, British attacks broke
under German fire. In Argonne, Germans repulsed charge of two
HONOLULU, April 26. Rought weather stopped work on sub
marine yesterday. j
April 8 April 11
April 29 May 2
May 20 May 23
June 10 June 13
Hnwatlan latnnda Arrive Voy.
Arrive Leave 8. P. No.
April 13 April 21 April 27 68
April 26 May S May 13 86
April 18 April 24 May 2 122
April 20 April 27 May 4 IS
April 27 May 5 May 11 17
May 4 May 11 May 18 83
May 18 May 26 June 5 53
May 11 May 19 May 25 69
May 16 May 22 May 3O I23
May 18 May 25 June 1 16
May 25 June 2 June 8 18
June 7 June 16 June 24 87
June I June 8 June 15 84
June 8 June 15 June 22 70
June 13 June 19 June 27 124
June 15 June 22 Jnne 29 17
June 29 July 7 July 17 54
June 22 June 30 July 6 19
June 29 July 6 July 13 85
July 6 July 14 July 20 71
- FRANCIS IIAMFY Sil from San
Francisco March 27, tor HONOLULU.
PORT ALLEN, KAANAPALI and KAHULUI, with freight and com
bustibles, and sails about every twenty-eight days thereafter.
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurline
S. S. Hllonian....
S. S. Hyades
S. S. Enterprise
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulul.
To all Hawaiian Ports via
For Hilo direct. Carries Livestock
tLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
t Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime dableJCahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
8 42 6 35
o 30 6 25
A M I A M
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1 : 1 1
A.. . x
L" Hama- "A
L Haiku .A
2 B0 0 00
3 006 10
6 223 15
0 G 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Walluku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. m., and connecting with
the 6:00 a. m. train for Puunene.
3. BAGGAGE RATES: 150 pounds of personal baggage will be carried free
of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on each half ticket, when
baggage is in charge of and on the same train as the holder of the ticket
For excess baggage 25 cents per 100 pounds or part thereof will be
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff L C. C.
No. 8, or Inquire at any of the Depots.
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