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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915,
Telegraph News of the Week.
LONDON, June 24. The British cruiser Roxburg was slightly
damaged ly a German submarine in the North Sea Sunday. Two mer
chantmen were torpedoed yesterday. Finnish brigantine Leo also sunk.
ROME, June 24. Seven German submarines of the long distance
type have entered the Mediterranean. Insurance on shipping is increas
ing. Sea wasps are probably enroute to the Austrian base at Tola.
They may attack the Allies fleet at Dardanelles.
The fall of Lemberg is being celebrated in Vienna as the end of
Russian domination in Galicia. Austrian press hails it as a complete
breakdown of the Russian army.
LONDON, June 24. F. Robert Muller, convicted German spy,
was executed in the Tower today.
WASHINGTON, June 24. Mail from neutral countries to Amer
ica, as well as mail from America to other neutral countries, is being
opened by British censors and envelopes stamped accordingly.
HONOLULU, June 23. Scully broke parole today and is still
missing. lie got away on a sampan. Is now on Molokai.
A farmer at Waiawa will finance selling plan for pineapple men.
EL CENTRO, Cal., June 23. Earthquake in Imperial Valley last
night killed eight people and damaged property to extent of $1,000,000.
VIENNA, June 23. On the 17th and 18th Austrian cruisers and
destroyers raided the Italian coast from frontier to Fano, damaging
semaphore stations at the mouth of Taglio and Mento; and at Pcsaro
shelled radroad bridges. Near Kimit, an Italian steamer was sunk.
All units of the fleet returned safely.
LONDON, June 23. British steamer Tunisiana was torpedoed off
Lowercroft. She was beached. She carried 5000 tons of wheat.
Italian general staff announces the arrival of Austrian reinforce
ments along Isonzo front in Montenero. These forces have been en
countered and repulsed in a series of fierce assaults.
French have taken the labyrinth of strong works forming salient of
German lines between Neuville, St. Vaast, and Ecurie. The salient
has been the object of attack since May 30. South of Lemberg, a strip
of Austrian territory is sitll in the hands of the Russians. Statement
of victory along the river.
WASHINGTON, June 23. Austrian Hungarian headquarters re
port second army conquered Lemberg after a violent fight.
BERLIN, June 23. Lemberg has fallen. This will nave far reach
ing political effect as the driving of the Russians out of Galicia is count
ed upon in Berlin to help maintain status quo of the Balkans, and to
prevent Roumania and Bulgaria from joining Allies.
HONOLULU, June 23. II. P. Wood's resignation from promo
tion committee will be accepted. Will be returned as publicity agent on
the coast until December.
Royal honors were given the ashes of Charles R. Bishop, buried
An oiler from the steamer Maverick tells a fantastical tale re
garding the trip. Says they were looking for schooner from Lower
PARIS, June 23. Although the gigantic campaign of the Teuton
allies in eastern arena against Lemberg is a leading topic, the fact of
critical fighting around Arras is not lost sight of. .
Italians have been repulsed on Isonzo river. Austrians maintain
that they have administered a sharp check to this enemy. .
WASHINGTON, June 23. Admiral Howard Is informed that
Mexican people would oppose a campaign against Yaquis Indians a:.d
he is urged not to land a force at Guaymas.
LONDON, June 23. Indications of a change of policy of the
German government is seen in the fact that the Norwegian steu.ter
Venus, with food stuffs for Great Britain was approached by a sub
marine in the North Sea, and the captain ordered to jettison his enrgo
The submarine then made off.
Four British merchantmen have been torpedoed.
NEW YORK, June 23. J. P. Morgan & Company announced yes
terday that they had underwritten a loan of $50,000,000 for American
financiers, to France. The money will be used within this country to
finance purchases made here.
WASHINGTON, June 23. Neither confirmation nor denial could
be secured here of an assertion made in Dutch newspapers published at
The Hague, to the effect that an unofficial hint from the United States
to England was responsible for Japan's failure at the last moment to
send 300,000 troops into the European conflicts
LONDON, June 23. Defense of Lemberg is in its last gasp. Its
fall into the hands of the Austro-German troops is expected any mo
ment. The defenses are rapidly being reduced, and the abandonment
is near. Two million troops are closing m on the city. Petrograd admits
that evacuation is imminent, and Berlin says bombardment continues.
HONOLULU, June 22. Filipino who shot policeman, was landed
by detectives in jail after bis identification by the wounded man.
Rev. Frank Damon died here today after long illness.
Kenneth Gordon, the bogus aviator and successful escapee from
policeman, is said to have reached San Francisco by the last transpfnt.
Dr. Frear died on coast today.
On the Other Islands
Report of the Condition of
THE BALDWIN NATIONAL BANK OF KAHULUI
At Kahulul, In the Territory of Hawaii, at the close of business,
May 1, 1915.
Loans and dtscounts 9309,704.25
Overdrafts, secured, $561.20; unsecured, $207.84 769.04
U. S. bonds deposited to secure circulation (par value)! 25,00.0O
Premium on U. S. bonds 39X53 25,593.55
Bonds other than U. S. bonds pledged to secure postal
savings deposits 1,000.00
Bonds, securities pledged as collateral for State, or
other deposits or bills payable (postal excluded) 44,565.36 45,565.36
Banking house, none; furniture and fixtures, $3,453.26 3,453.26
Due from approved reserve agents In other reserve
cities 2,613.22 2,613.22
Due from banks and bankers (other than Included In
8 or 9) 45,872.17
Outside checks and other cash items 11,742.62
Fractional currency, nickels, and cents 452.05 12,194.67
Lawful money reserve in bank:
Total coin and certificates 61,938.50
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (not more than
5 per cent on circulation) 1,250.00
Capital stock paid In $ 50,000.00
Surplus fnnd 37,006.73
Undivided profits , $9,310.72
Reserved for $ 9,310.72
Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid. . . . 3,510.48 5,800.24
Circulating notes 25,000.00 25,000.00
Individual deposits subject to check 185,830.25
Certificates of deposit due in less than 30 days. 800.00
Cashier's checks outstanding 339.80
State, county, or other municipal deposits secured
by item 4d of "Resources" 31,298.48 218,268.53
Certificates of deposit due on or after 30 days.. 7,530.16
Deposits subject to 30 or more days notice 165,348.36" 172,878.52
- Total $508,954.02
Territory of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, D. C. LINDSAY, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
D. C. LINDSAY, Cashier.
WM. WALSH, )
H. W. RICE, I Directors.
W. S. NICOLL, )
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of May, 1915.
E. R. UEV1NS.
. Notary Public
Live Wire Caused Death.
Alfred P. Ryan, aged 23, an electri
cian employed by the city of Honolulu,
met instantaneous death Friday of las'
week by coming in contact with a live
wire, while at work on a power line
on a pole near the junction of Lilihn
and Kuakint streets.
Cook Hat New Stunt.
AmonR the passengers ,on the
steamer Mongolia which passed thro'
to the Orient Friday of last week, was
Dr. Frederick A. Cook, who asserted
that he had reached the North Pole.
He is on his way to try to scale Mount
Everest, the highest peak of the Hima
layas and of the world. Doctor Cook
delivered a lecture here- three years
ago. He expects to be able to reach
NepaL Northern India, late this
More Bond Money Available.
Another sale of territorial internal
Improvement bonds was made by Col.
Charles J. McCarthy, territorial treas
urer last Saturday to the same parties
who the day befoie purchased $75,000
or the issue. This leaves unsold onlv
$276,000 of the $1,430,000 authorized
by the legislature of 1911.
A handsome silver cup has been of
fered by Gerrit P. Wilder to the per
son who Is first able to produce a
double white hibiscus.
United States District Attorney Jeff
McCarn, with his family, left on the
Manoa on Tuesday for his old honrs
in Tennessee. Despite rumors to the
contrary, Mr. McCarn states that he
is coming back.
Serious Charge Against Principal.
The public school department is in
vestigating a charge brought against
T. H. Gibson, principal of the Llliuo
kalani School, Honolulu, that he beat
Peter Chow, a pupil, with his fists and
kicked him in the abdomen. .A Janitor
in the school claims to have" seen Gib
son kick the boy.
Kauai Promotion Member Named.
The Kauai Chamber of Commerce
and the board of supervisors have
agreed upon D. P. R. Isenberg as their
nominee for Kauai representative on
the promotion committee. Mr. Isen
berg will in all likelihood be nppointed
Dy Governor Finnham on his return
from the mainland. This appointment
will be in accordance with an act of
the last legislature by which the Gov
ernor is to appoint a representative
from each county of the Territory up
on the publicity board.
TALK ON CO-OPERATIVE BUYING.
E. C. Moore, secretary of the Kula
Fanners Co-operative Association,
will deliver an address to the Haiku
Farmers' Association this evening on
WILL INSPECT REST HOUSE.
Says Sugar and Beer
Lobbies Both Bad
"If 't Is wrong for the Hrewrry cor
poration to spend money to influence
legislation In its behalf, and I believe
it la." said L. L. McCandless in an
Interview, "it is also wrong for the
pugar planters to do the same thin?."
"As I see it there Is a principle at
stake. An Individual may spend his
own money as he pleases, so long as
he does not attempt bribery, or In
other ways overstep the law, he has a
right to use his own money to create
public senttment, or influence the
opinions of others for or against any
measure that he may deem fit. with
a corporation it i. different. Tbe use
of a corporation's money for political
purnor.es Is wrong.
"It does not matter that the direc
otrs may have authorized the mana
ger of a company to use company
funds in a legislative campaign, or to
create sentiment favorable to thi bu t
ness in which the company is engaged
unless that is done openly and above
board," McCandless said. "The man
ager would only be using his own per-
tonnl judgment and the directors
would only be exercising their person
al judgment, they might all be wrong
they might all be taking the wrong
view of the matter. The point I make
is that they are trustees of other peo
pie's money and they have no right to
use other people's money in that way.
Hawaii's Loss Maui's Gain
In the departure of Prof. Clowes
who goes to take charge of Lahaina
lune school, Hilo and vicinity suffer a
loss. Mr. Clowes is an enthusiast in
his work as an agricultural expert,
and in the experiment station at Glen
wood he has done splendid work. His
transfer to Lahaina is a striking ex
ample of the changed policy of the
Department of Education under Sup
erintendent Kinney. Under the old
system the Lahalna school has been
mostly a portion of a plantation, about
the only thing Its students did being
to raise sugar cane. Professor
Clowes will make it really a school of
diversified agriculture. Those who
have watched him in Hilo and know
his heart is In his work believe that
he will make a success of the new
policy. Hilo Tribune.
Note. Prof. Clowes comes as as
sistant to Principal MacDonald. Ed.
LAND PATENT GRANTED.
The Haleakala rest house committer
of the chamber of commerce, expects
to go up the mountain on Monday and
make a formal inspection of the new
Acting Governor Thayer last week
signed a land patent conveying title
to the Lahaina Agricultural Company
to lot 3A Kuhua 3 at Lahaina, con
taiing 97-100 acre. The grant is made
as an exchange.
The Old Skipper Don't you come
tellin me none of your cock an bull
yarns about waves 80 feet high. Why,
I've been at sea, man an' boy, for nigh
on fifty years, and I never saw none
higher than 40.
The Your.g Sailor Ah, but see 'ow
things 'ave growed up since then!
It is better to hold your job by work
than pull; but a pull will help some.
Fourth of July Races 1915.
To be Held.
Saturday, July 3, 1915.
AT KAHULUI, MAUI.
FIRST RACE Japanese race, mile; free-for-all
horses owned and to be ridden by Japanese.
1st prize $ 75.00
2nd prize 25.00
SECOND RACE Hawaiian bred, ft mile; 1st prize.. 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
THIRD RACE Two-year old, free for all, y2 mile,
1st prize 100.00
2nd prize 50.00
FOURTH RACE Luna's race, mile, for horses
that have been used -on plantations only; post entries.
1st prize 50.00
2nd prize 25.00
FIFTH RACE Pony race, 14.3 or under, free for all,
y2 mile; 1st prize 100.00
2nd prize 25.00
SIXTH RACE Trotting or pacing, free for all, 1 mile,
heats; best 3 in 5; horses to be handicapped accord
ing to time, purse 500.00
SEVENTH RACE Free for all, mile;
1st prize 175.00
2nd prize 50.00
EIGHTH RACE Japanese race, mile; Japanese rid
den and owned horses; Silis is barred; post entries.
1st prize 40.00
2nd prize 25.00
3rd prize 10.00
NINTH RACE Hawaiian bred, X mile;
1st prize 150.00
2nd prize 50.00
TENTH RACE Mule race, Yt mile; post entries.
1st prize 25.00
2nd prize 10.00
ELEVENTH RACE Cowboy relay race, X mile; post
entries; 1st prize 25.00
2nd prize 10.00
Entry fee for all races, 10 percent, of purse.
Entries will close at 9 p. m., Thursday, June 24, at the
Maui Hotel, Wailuku, T. H.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Market Street, San Tranciscc, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER '
N02 SnHF.niH.F. 1915
APRIL MAY JUINE
I H ades
Leave PUUBT 8OL1NO Hnwnllan Islands Arrive Vojr,
8. P. Arrive Leave Arrive Leave 8. P. No.
April 7 April 13 April 21 April 27 68
April 8 April 11 .Apoil 17 April 26 May 5 May 13 86
April 10 . April 18 April 24 May 2 122
April 13 .-. April 20 April 27 May 4 15
April 21 April 27 May 5 May 11 17
April 27 May 4 May 11 May 18 83
April 29 May 2 May 8 May 18 May ,26 June 5 S3
May 5 May 11 'May 19 May 25 69
May 8 May 16 May 22 May 3O I23
May 11 May 18 May 25 June 1 16
May 19 May 25 June 2 June 8 18
May 20 May 23 May 29 June 7 June 16 June 24 87
May 25 June 1 June 8 June 15 84
June 2 June 8 June 15 June 22 70
June 5 June 13 Tune 19 June 27 124
June 8 June 15 June 22 Jnne 29 17
June 10 June 13 Jnne 19 June 29 July 7 July 17 54
June 16 June 22 June 30 July 6 19
June 22 June 29 July 6 July 13 85
June 30 July 6 July 14 July 20 71
- FRANCIS I1ANIFY Sile from 6an
Francisco March 27, for HONOLULU,
PORT ALLEN, KAANAPALI and KAHULUI, with freight and com
bustibles, and sails about every twen1y-ciht cl.ijs thereafter
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia
S. S. Wilhelmina
S. S. Manoa
S. S. Lurllne
S. S. Hilonian
S. S. Hyades
S. S. Enterprise.
To Honolulu and Hilo.
To Honolulu and Kahulul.
To all Hawaiian Porta via
For Hilo direct. Carries Livestock
fLurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahului.
Indicates that Bteamer carries combustibles (no passengers),
f Indicates that steamer carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Jime Jable3Cahului Slailroad Co.
Daily Passenger. Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4st, 1913.
7 5 3 i I
PM FM FM AM AM
5 33'3" 3 I 25 8 42 6 35
5 23 3 20 1 15 8 306 25 '5-3
5 203 17 8 27 12.0
5 103 07 ...... 8 17
5 093 05 8 15 8.4
5 00 2 55 8 05
4 58 2 S3 ...... 8 03
4 522 47 7 57
4 512 46 7 56 3'4
4 45j2 4 7 5
4 44 2 39 7 49
4 4j2 35 7 45
L" Spreck. "A
a" eisviiie :L
L" Hama- "A
L Haiku -A
6 40.8 50
6 50 9 00 1 40
2 . 5 A. J'uuneue-lJ
6 223 15
6 123 05
1. All trains daily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sundays,
at 5:30 a. m., arriving at Kahulul 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
charged. , . .
For Ticket Fares and other Information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C. C.
No. 8. or Inquire at any of the Depots. -
The Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS AND BONDS.
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES.
- SECURES INVESMENTS.
A Lltt of High Grade Securities Mailed on Application)4
HONOLULU, HAWAII P 0 B0X sl8