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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1915.
WHEN YOUR HOUSE BURNS
TOU HAVE INSURANCE TO COVER AT LEAST A TART 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 PATERS INSURANCE POLICIES,
DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ETC., AND YOU WILL HAVE ACCESS TO THEM
BY AN INDIVIDUAL KEY.
AND THE COST IS MUCH LESS THAN THE WOJJRY HAS BEEN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL, : 135,000.00
SURPLUS, : : : $50,000.00
C. H. Cooke, President
C. D. Lufklrt, Cithier
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On the Other Islands
Tho beautiful George C. Beckley
homo at Waikikl, Honolulu, It Is said
Is likely to 1)0 purchased by the own
ers of the St. Francis Hotel, of San
Francisco, and converted Into an ex
clusive resident hotel, of which Ru
dolph ("Heinle") Heydenrelcht is to
More than 20,000 regular troops are
to be stationed on Oahu within the
next year: according to a statement
made by Major-General W. H. Carter,
In an address this week. The addi
tional necessary barracks are to be
erected very soon.
May Santos, a young girl employed
In the Honolulu Slar-llulletin bindery,
died last week from burns resulting
from her deliberately setting her
clothing on fire with the Intention of
committing suicide. She first saturat
ed her garments with kerosene and
then applied a match.
Major-General William H. Carter,
for the past year, In command of the
Hawaiian department, U. S. Army,
has been retired, and Brigadier-General
John B. Wisser has succeeded
him. General Wisser will also go on
the retired list next July.
The grand jury Is investigating the
police department of Honolulu, in con
nection with the escape of Jack Mc
Grain. Disgraceful conditions of lax
ness on the part of the department
is al'.eged in connection with this and
Mrs. Florence Johnson, teacher in
the Hanapepe, Kauai school, leaves in
about two months for the Philippine
Islands where she has been appointed
an assistant at the Manila Univer
The College of Hawaii football
team defeated the Punahou Academy
team in last Saturday's game by a
score of 15 to 13.
Carnival Policy Changed.
Following the resignation of Judge
Henry E. Cooper as director of the
Mid-Pacific Carnival, and the decision
of the trustees of the association to
get along without any diiector, the
board also canceled arrangements
made by Cooper for advertising in
the Pathfinder, a mainland publica
tion amounting to $1850. Other
methods of advertising are being ar
The Bar Association of Hawaii, at
a meeting held last Tuesday, strongly
endorsed the name of Judge Dole for
reappointment as judge of the Fed
eral court. Judge Dole's present term
expries December 16.
John Marcallino Accused.
Much surprise has been expressed
over the charges against John Mar
callino, of embezzlement amounting
to 130,000 or $40,000. He immediately
resigned aa clerk of the First Circuit
Court, a position he had held far
many years, though his alleged de
falcation does not have to do with any
of the court matters. Instead Mar
callino was acting with power of at
torney for J. J. Egan, now on the
coast, in handling certain stocks,
which it Is claimed that he sold and
W. ..... . . . . .........h
KIRKLAND In Los Angeles, Califor
nia, November 1, 1915, D. W. Kirk
land, sixty-one years old, brother of
Mrs. J. A. Kennedy of Honolulu.
SMART In Charlottesville, Virginia,
November 1, 1915, Henry Gaillard
Smart, widower, a native of Vir
ginia, twenty-four years old.
FOSTER In Honolulu, October 29,
1915, Maka Foster (k), of Pua lane,
Palama, married, painter, thirty
seven years old.
KU At the Leahl Home, Honolulu,
October 29, 1915, Ku (k), of Liliha
street, married, laborer, a native of
this city, sixty-seven years old.
TERCERO In Honolulu, October 28,
1915, Mrs. Anna Romero Tercero, of
Koloko lane, 19531 Fort street, near
Pauoa road, widowed, a native of
Spain, seventy-two years old.
SHEFHERD In Honolulu, October
27, 1915, Mrs. Mary T. Shepherd,
widow of the late Capt. Peleg Shep
herd, port pilot, a native of Port Hope,
Ontario, Canada, seventy-nine years
and thirteen days old.
NAPE In Honolulu, October 27, 1915,
Mrs. Emily Nape, of 1813, Laniwal
street, Kakaako, widow of the late
David Nape, musician, a native of
this city, thirty-eight years old.
rOlPEHULI At the Lunalilo Home,
Honolulu, October 27, 1915, Poipe
huli (w), of Waikikl, widow, a na
tive of Puuloa, Oahu, eighty-nine
converted to his own uses. It Is
claimed that he has confessed to this.
The matter came to light when Egan
recently turned all his business over
to the Hawaiian Trust Company,
which demanded an accounting. Mar
callino is in Jail and has signified his
willingness to "take his medicine."
Lord-Young Company Low Bidders.
At the opening of tenders for filling
in the Walolama swamp lands at Hilo,
on Tuesday, the Lord-Young Company
offered to do the Job for $109,600, in
300 working days; and J. T. McGros
son was willing to tackle it for $118,
232.45. if given a like time. The Ha
waiian Dredging Company stated that
the appropriation of $110,000 would
not cover the work, and therefore did
not submit a bid. The contract has
not yet been let.
Over 150 cases of measles are re
ported In the plantation camps of Kau
ai. The disease is only partly under
control. There is also some diptheria
on the Garden Isle at present.
To aid it in its fight against the Ter
ritory in the Honolulu court, the Ho
nolulu street railway company has
sent to the mainland for an expert
to come and testify as to the value
of the local railway property..
Passenger rates on the steamer
Great Northern, which goes on the
Coast-Hawaii run this month, will
range from $65 to $175 for first class
one way tickets; and tourist or sec
ond class tickets, from $45 to $50.
Steerage is $35.
The new Matson steamer, recently
contracted for, will be named the Ma
kikl, according to information receiv
ed this week. It will also be a twin
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
NEW YORK, November 4. Damage estimated at $26,000, was
caused by fire to British ship Entirpe, at this port, yesterday. Was
loaded with sugar for Great Britain.
DOUGLAS, November 4. The repulse of the main Villa garrison
by General Calle seems to be a decisive defeat. Villa forces are with
drawing. Villa wounded in the attack on Agua Prieta.
LONDON, November 4. Italians continue bombardment of Gorizia
district haevily with artillery but infantry attacks have failed at all
Russian general offensive reaching from Gulf of Riga to border
of Roumania. Coincidentally, an official Berlin despatch received here
admits von Hindenbergs withdrawing from between Swenton and Ulsen
Lakes, in Riga district. Teutons have been driven from trenches and
positions are becoming perilous. Germans face offensive of sucji
magnitude that they may be compelled to retrtat all along the line
g'v:ng up positions they have held for months.
BALTIMORE, November 3. Harrington, democrat, elected Gov
ernor. PHILADELPHIA, November 3. Suffrage suffered heavy defeat.
MANILA, November 3. Disastrous typhoon struck Southern
Luzon, 20 dead, loss in property million dollars. Two vessels foundered.
MARSHFIELD, Oregon, November 3. Coasting steamer Santa
Clara probably total loss. Eleven known to be dead, nine missing.
DOUGLAS, November 3. After an unsuccessful attempt on Agua
Prieta, Villa retired to Anavachi Pass. Ammunition shortage, hunger
and thirst compelled his troops to abandon hostilities for the present.
Villa left here 165 dead on field.
WASHINGTON, November 3. Brigadier-General Sternberg,
famous civil war surgeon, died today.
OAKLAND, November 3. Rear-Admiral Phelps died today.
TOKIO, November 3. Yuan Shih Kai has issued edict stating
election must be governed by authorities. If any fraud is practised new
election will be called.
Japanese cabinet yesterday decided Japanese guard in all parts of
China should be increased.
SAN FRANCISCO, November 3. Japanese in Canada have begun
move to gain right of naturalization.
MILAN, November 3. Roumania is bargaining with diplomats of
Entente powers in an endeavor to win a pledtre of sunnort bv huee armv
If she will enter war. Roumanian opposition is growing. Her entering
was is conuiuonai on vines sending halt a million men to aid Her. Kou
mania fears quick invasion by Teutons.
BERLIN, November 3. In Riga district von Hindenberg with
drew forces between Swenton and Illsen Lakes. Teutons makine steady
progress in Serbia, Uskup captured from Serbians, French attempt to
conquer lakure section tailed. Near Siemikovce, Russians succeeded
entering trenches held by von Bothwon's troops but counter attacks
drove them out.
HONOLULU, November 3. Smart died from effects of an
operation for removal of bone pressing on brain, which should have
been performed years ago. Property now goes to young son under
terms of compromise effected when case was on.
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ Itlarket Street, San Tranciscc, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
October November December
Matsonia.... 23 Oct. 6
Lurline 89 Oct. 12
Hyades 57 Oct. 14
Wilhelmina.. 75 Oct. 20
Enterprise.. 129 Oct. 23
Manoa 22 Oct. 26
Matsonia.... 24 Nov. 3
Hilonian.... 91 Nov. 4
Lurline 90 Nov. 9
Wilhelmina.. 76 Nov. 17
Enterprise. .130 Nov. 20
Manoa 23 Nov. 23
Hyades 08 Nov. 26
Matsonia.... 25 Dec. 1
Lurline 91 Dec. 7
Wilhelmina.. 77 Dec. 15
Hilonian. . . . 92 Dec. 16
Enterprise.. 131 Dec. 18
Manoa 24 Dec. 21
Matsonia..., 26 Dec. 29
Hawaiian Islands Arrlrt
Arrite LtaTt S. F.
29 Dec. 5
PORTS OF CALL.
S. S. Matsonia ) , , J ,
S. S. Wilhelmina To Honolulu and Hilo.
S. S. Manoa )
S. S. Lurline To Honolulu and Kahulul.
S. S. Hilonian i To all Hawaiian Ports via
S. S. Hyades j Puget Sound.
S. S. Enterprise For Hilo Direct.
S. S. Lurline Carries Livestock to Honolulu and Kahulul.
Indicates that steamer carries gasoline and combustibles.
8UBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
Sfime O able "Uiciliu lu i Siailroad Co,
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 4th, 1913.
5 33'3 3
5 33 20
5 3 17
5 io 3 07
5 9 3 5
5 oo J 55
4 44 a 39
4 40 a 35
8 42 6 35
L" Spreck- "A
A.'. elSTille "l
L" Hatna- "A
.. Pauwela ..
L.. Haiku ..A
8 5, 1 3'
9 00. 1 40
3 35!s 38
3 45 5 48
6 22 3 15
6 123 05
1. AH trains dally except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku dally, 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
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.
BUY8 AND 8ELL8 REAL ESTATE, 8TOCK8 AND BONDS.
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGE8.
A Lletof High Grade Securities Mailed on Application.
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