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THE MAUI NEWvS, FRIDAY, DKCKMT.ER 17, 1915.
TELEGRAPH NEWS OF THE WEEK
(Continued From V:c One.)
TARIS, Dcccm1)cr lfi.Stock of Rold licld in the Flank of France,
reached record figure of $1,000,000,000.
WASHINGTON. Dcctnihcr 16. L,. F. Timmons was nominated
today for postmaster in Filuie. .Senate confirmed todav nomination of
Arthur V. Uoyd, for postmaster at Fahaina, and of John (V Lewis for
postmaster at Waipahu.
HONOLULU, December 16. T wo additional sailing dates are
announced for the Great Northern March 16 and April 3. The Great
Northern left San Francisco at 4 o'clock this afternoon. Number of
passenger not announced. Will have an 18-day schedule after March 31 .
Judge Dole cabled Washington .yesterday, asking if there is any
probability of his reappointment. No answer yet received.
VIENNA, December 16. Austrians replying on Ancona note does
not meet any of the demands of the United States. It expresses only
Austria's willingness to listen to America's arguments. It expresses
regret that Americans were killed. Austrian admiralty upholds sub
marine commander in work and urges government not to accede to
American demands. Vienna public opinion endorses refusal to meet with
WASHINGTON, December 16. While official text of Austrian
reply has I yet been received here, no official will openly comment
on it. Unuiiicial comment of officials say Washington is not surprised,
remembering the Lusitania incident.
LONDON, December 16. Sir John French has been recalled from
the front and will be commander in chief of all British forces. He will
be succeeded by Gen. Sir Douglas Haig at front.
Viscount Alverstone, former chief justice, died today.
Reuters dispatch from Saloniki says that Greece, eastern Mace
donia, has been abandoned to Allies by Greek soldiers, according to
agreement between Constantine and representatives of Allies at Athens.
.TEKING, December 16. Ministers of Entente power fail in at
tempt to have coronation delayed. Yuan Shih Kai is to become em
peror at once.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 16. Maury R. Diggs, convicted
with Caminetti some time ago, of white slavery, and whose case is
appealed now before supreme court yesterday, married Martha War
rington, the girl over whom his arrest and conviction arose.
NEW YORK, December 16. Capt. von Papen and Capt. Boy-Ed,
who have safe conduct to Germany, will leave Tuesday.
Mayor Thompson, of Chicago, addressing bankers' association, said
that the middle west favors preparedness plan.
HONOLULU, December 16. Coroner's jury found Keuk, the
Korean bandit, guilty of murder of Chau Yer.
Frank J. Testa died last night at Queen's Hospital.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 15. Preliminary inspection of
Minnesota has not revealed any unnatural causes for accident.
HONOLULU, December 15. No word yet as to reappointment
of Judge Dole. Judge Dole says that unless reappointment comes he
will step out of office tomorrow when his term expires.
VIENNA, December 15. Assumption on part of American State
Department that Austria knows attitude of U. S. respecting rights of
U. S. citizens to travel on seas as outlined in various German notes.
Regarded as weakening the Ancona note. Places remarks ouL-ide of
legal grounds. Austro-Hungary not communicated with by Cermany
regarding American provisions.
PROVIDENCE, December 15. Franz Bopp, German Consul
General at San Francisco directly connected with war plots to destroy
tunnels along the Rocky Mountain Railways. Another German in af
fidavits swears to fact.
SAN FRANCISCO, December 15. More bomb plots being un
covered. Federal indictments of Von Bricken, Crowley and Mrs. Mar
garet Cornell Leaval plots to destroy munition plants Michigan, Illinois
WASHINGTON, December 15. Republican convention to be
held at Chicago. Honolulu nomination withdrawn before voting took
CHICAGO, December 15. Dr. II. J. Haiselden to be expelled
from Illionis State Medical Society for refusing to save deformed child's
life by operating.
SA NFRANCISCO, December 15. Disabled Hill liner Minnesota
arrived off port yesterday. Silence still maintained regarding plotting.
WASHINGTON, December 15. American plan of preparedness
to be followed by Cuba. Plans for enlargement of Cuban army reported.
PARIS, December 15. Emperor Franz Joseph loses use of all
limbs except his left arm, according to reports from Rome.
WASHINGTON, December 15 Statement of Secretary of Navy
Daniels regarding submarines required as part of naval program sub
mitted to House yesterday.
LONDON, December 15. Unlikely any attempt to be made to de
tain Oscar II with Ford peace delegates at Kirkwall. Government does
not recognize delegation.
LONDON, December 15. Probable one of the greatest conflicts
of the war to be fought today or tomorrow on Grecian sod. Bulgarians
reinforced by Austrians crossed border pursuing Anglo-French forces
retreating to Saloniki. Bulgars outnumber Allies two to one. The
Allies prepare for big fray.
HONOLULU, December 15 Edmund Melanphy died last night
WASHINGTON, December 14. Action by House democrats on
retention of present duty on sugar,
after Christmas holidays. Bill to
bill continuing war emergency tax for
Resignation of McCarn as district attorney of Hawaii, accepted
today to take effect when he is relieved from office.
HONOLULU, December 14.
Dole will receive reappointment as
BERLIN, December 14. Bulgarians lighting Allies broke ihrougii
Anglo-French line on Greek border. British and French forces separat
ed, and are being pursued by Bulgars. A long section of the French
tront was captured.
ROTTERDAM, December 14.
05,340 killed, wounded and missing.
TOKIO, December 14. Yuan Shih Kai formerly accepted nomina
tion today as emperor. In his statement he said "I have twice refused
the throne, but people of the nation
NEW YORK, December 14.
the heaviest storms in years. New
6 to 15 inches of snow.
WASHINGTON, December 14.
tion fixed for June 7, 1916. Place
HONOLULU, December 14.
cable to Secretary Lane ireless
and intentions, is figment of his imagination, and has been given pub
licity for ulterior motives." The governor declines to comment, saying
only that the message should speak tor itself.
WASHINGTON, December 14. Francis Marion Crockwell
former senator from Missouri, died here today. He was 81 years old
postponed at caucus last night, until
retain tariff will not be attached to
fear of democratic opposition.
Private cables say unlikely Judge
federal judge. His term expires on
Latest Prussian casualty list says
wish me as ruler.
This city today is center of one of
England is covered with from
Date for the republican conven
will be selected later.
Governor Pinkham sent following
statements relative to my health
Singer To Visit Maui
lima Ornor, (ho famous Norwegian
soprano and opera star, who has boon
in Honolulu lor pev.-ial wtvka. whore
slip has croat rd a furore of admira
tion among music lovers, has been
eimacod by Manager Vasfoncellos, of
tho Knhului Lyceum for (wo concerts
on Maui at. the Kahului Lyceum, on
next Wednesday, December 22. and
at the Valley Isle, in WniluUll, on
Thursday, December 23. Miss Ornor
is certain lo moot with (lie same ap
preciation on Maui as she has at hor
every apearance in both Honolulu and
NEW CHURCH DEDICATED.
In the presence of a very large con
gregation, (ho now church at Kaana
pali, was formally dedicated last Sun
day. The dedication sermon was
preached by the Rev. S. Kapu, and
was followed by the ceremony of the
Lord's Supper. The dedication com
mittee was composed of Kev. S. Kapu,
Itov. V. H. Coale, Kev. K. S. Timoteo,
lev. S. P. Kaaia, and Rev. D. V. K.
ALEXANDER HOUSE SETTLE
MENT. A now rtnsa wilt bo added to the
Night School after the first of the
year. This will he a class in Mechani
cal Drawing and Drafting and em
phasis will be laid upon the practical
application of this work to the prob
lems of the men in machine shops and
In construction work. A number of
inquiries have been made about, this
class. It will be open to all men who
Tiiosrlnv nlirht the first meetine: of
(he now Storv Telling Club was held
nt thn Alovnndor TTnnso. This Club
Is made up of the younger boys and Is
under the leadership of Miss Mitchor-
AT PAIA ORPHEUM
An entertainment will be given by
(he Children of lower Taia, for the
benefit of the Paia Chinese Union Sun
day School, at the Paia Orpheum on
Tuesday evening, Dec. 21st, commenc
ing at 7 o'clock.
A stringed orchestra will be in at
tendance and several good moving
picture reels shown, before and after
It is hoped a large number of peo
ple will attend to help a worthy cause.
Tickets inc., 25c. and 3bc. Adv.
NEW USE FOR EPSOM SALTS.
A Maul News reader passes to us
the information that 5 cents worth of
epsom salts, dissolved in a teacup full
of water, the solution being then
brushed upon the inside of the glass
of automobile headlights, will pleas
ingly frost the glass and effectively
prevent the glare which is recognized
as dangerous and objectionable. The
application, It Is stated, will remain
effective for several months.
WORKING UP DATA ON
PIIHOLO HOMESTEAD LOTS
Land Commissioner Joshua D. Tuck
er has just received the surveys of
the Makawao homestead tracts on
Maul. Data will be filed concerning
the surveys and the matter of opening
the tracts for homesteaders will be
taken up with the governor. This
survey has boea fcoing on for several
PLANTERS ELECT OFFICERS.
The Hawaiian Sugar Planters' Asso
ciation on Tuesday elected ofllcers for
the ensuing year as follows:
A. W. T. llottomley, president;
Oeorgo Rodiek, vice-president; W. O.
Smith, secretary and treasurer; L. J.
Warren, assistant, secretary and trea
surer; J. W. Waldron, Auditor.
TO MEET THE NEW MINISTER.
To meet and welcome the Rev. Ellis
Pleasant, (he new minister, and his
wife, the members of (he congregadon
of the Kahului Union Church w ill hold
a reception at the church on next Wed
nesday evening, December 22. A gen
eral invitation is extended.
CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEP
HERD. On Sunday morning Rev. J. Charles
Villiers will conclude the series of Ad
vent sermons on Death. Judgment,
Heaven, Hell. The subject of the ser
mon will be "The Bible Teaching on
Hell." The service is at 11 o'clock.
A cordial Invitation to all.
SEARBY SHREDDER MAY BECOME
That the former practice of shred
ding cane may be soon revived in all
the mills in Hawaii, seems likely from
the report made to the Sugar Planters'
Association meeting this week by the
committee on manufacture of sugar
and utilization of by-products, consist
ing of R. S. Norris, F. F. Baldwin, II.
B. Penhallow, L. einzluiiner, W. G.
Ogg, A. Lydgate, George F. Ronton,
Andrew Adams, and F. A. Alexander
The success of the Soarby shredder,
an Invention of Wi'liam Searby, su
perintendent of the Puunene mill, Is
largely responsible lor this report.
Entered of Record
E II KEKAPAI to John F Mathias 4
A of Ap 3, Kul 8G54, Waiakoa, Kula,
Maui. Nov 18, 1915. 7 years at $25
T B LYONS & WF to A J do Souza;
to loace pc land, Church & Main sts,
Wailuku, Maui. Oct 12, 1915. f 1.
T B LYONS & WF to A J do Souza;
to lease pe land, Church St, Wailu
ku, Maui. Oct. 12, 1915. $5.
Seek To Buy Lanai
Would Lease Land For Pineapple,
Says McCrosson. Japanese Consul
With Hunting Party, Says Makino.
That the Island of Lanal is (o be
sold (o a hul of Japanese, was denied
in Honolulu this week, by F. E.
rhoumpson, and John McCrosson, of
ficers of the Lanal, Company, which
owns the Island at present. The
rumored deal, as published In last
week's Maul News, was also denied
by Fred Makino, who was said to be
at (he head of (he Japanese hui. It
was admitted, however, that Japanese
have been negotiating for a lease on
a part of (he island for (lit; tmrr.ose of
M. McCrosson said (hat a Japan-
nose hui was Inquiring for some of the
land on the island for the purpose of
raising pines there, but that they were
after a lease and not Inclined to l-ur-chaso.
He said that the Japanese con
sul had becu one of those to visit the
Island with (he agent for the hul of
Fred Makino, who was on of (he
party (o make the (rip to Lanai, i;a!d,
that he was on a hunting trip to the
island and chancing to meet Mr. Arita
on the steamer on (he way to Maui,
he invited the consul, at the sugges
(ion of one of the directors of the
Lanai company, (o accompany the
hunting party to look over the prop-
ty to see whether or not there was
an advantage for Japanese on the is
land. Mr. Makino further stated that he
had not as yet taken up with Japanese
financiers the matter of the purchase
of the place and said there is no truth
In the statement that land has been
purchased -on the island by a hui.
Circuit Court Jury Lists
Made Out For 1916
The jury commission for (he Second
Circuit Court, consisting of D. C. Lind
say and Patrick Cockett, have made
their drawing of (he lis(s for both
grand and trial jurors for the coming
year, as required by law. There are
100 names on (he trial jurors' list and
50 for the grand jurors. The list are
William A. Dickson, Lanai; Walter
W. McDougal, Albert J. Cockett, Au
gust H. Reimann, Ilono'ua; Gus J
Bechert, Ernest G. Cockett, George
H. Dunn, Charles K. Fardon, John E.
Gannon, R. P. Hose, H. McCubbin, Jos.
K. Itecard, L. Weinzheiiner, Lahaiua;
Ed. N. Awana, W. E. Bal, Dan T,
Carey, T. Desmond Colllins, Geo. H.
Cummings, P. J. Goodness, Joaquin
Garcia, John D. Holt, Jr., J. N. K
Koola, Charle sLake, M. T. Lyons
A. G. Martinson, A. Gross, Robert K
Purdy, Wm. T. Robinson. H. H. Streu-
beck, R. A. Wadsworth, Joseph Welch
Wailuku; R. J. K.Xawahine, Joseph
Whitford, Waihoe; W. B. Afo. C. C
Campbell, Kahului; Wm. Crowell,
Camp 1; W. F. J. Dale. H. K. Duncan,
Kahului; James T I'antom, Camp 1;
Jennings, Henry Long, Kahului;
Angus McPhee, M. J. Moura, Wailuku;
Dan. Quill, Puunene; Geo. N. Steele,
Kcuhua; B. II. Thomas, E. J. Walsh,
Kahului, Edgar Morton, Allen Newton,
Joe Perreira, Kula; W. A. Clark, Man
uel, A. Tavares, L. von Tempsky, Ma
kawao; Ben Ambrose, W. A. Baldwin,
E. E Boyni, Frank W. Burns, J. J
Corel!, George Kaluna, Paul F. Lada,
E. C. Mellor, Hamakuapoko; John A.
Robinson, F. P. Ro'socrans, S. E. Scott,
Paia; John Van Huizen, Clarence G.
White, James G. Wayman, Hamakua
poko; B. Yoshlhara, Paia; Joseph K,
Emmesley, Fred Willielm, W. S.
SmytliP, Huelo; Jas. S. Achong, Nahi
ku; Wm. L. Hardy, George H. Kaua
!oku, Howard E. Palakiko, A. V. Mar
ciel, Hana; Jas. S. McCorriston,, Al
fred F. Jones, Otto Meyer, Pukoo; R.
B. Walker, Manuel Asuo, It. E.
Hughes, Puunene; John P. Foster, D.
W. Driscoll, E. B. Carloy. James Cum
ming, E. II. Pieper, Puunene; O. J.
Whitehead, John C. Cahral, F. G.
Duarte, Hugh Howell, G. A. Hansen
Arthur Keaninl, J. F. Miranda, John
II. Nelson, W. L. Barms, Albert K,
Nahaolelua, Wailuku; Wm. A. Sparks,
Kahului; John M. Medeiros, Paia; Aki
George K. Richardson, Lanai; Au
gust Reimann, Ilonolua; Charles B.
Cockett, W. L. Decoto, George Free
land, George L. Keenoy, Jacob M. Lee,
Victor C. Schoenberg, Wm. H. Young,
Lahaina; Eugene Handlers, Olowalu;
M. C. Avers, T. IlurWin, Joseph Coc
kett, Frank M. Correa, Charles Cowan"
Wm. II. Field, H. B. Penhallow. J. K.
Kahookele, C. D. Lufkin, Frank Som
morficld, George Weight, Wailuku;
Geo. S. Aiken, Kahului: F. F. Bald
win, Puunene, W. II. Engle, J. W.
Holland, Kahului: Charles Kaikona,
Puunensv Frank G. Stevens, Paia; J.
II. RaTiiond, I'lupalakua, George
Copp, Kula; J. V. Marciel, Makawao;
W D. Baldwin, II. W. Rice. W. I. Wells,
Hamakuapoko; Wm. F. Pogue, Huclo:
John Chalmeis, Hana; Levi L. Joseph,
Kipahulu; T. T. Meyer, Pukoo;
George P. Cooke, Kaunakakal: F. G.
Krauss, Hamakuapoko; Manuel Dutro,
Wailuku; J. W. Manning, Hamakua
poko: John E. Garcia, Amos C. Mozet
a, Wailuku; E. II. Parker, Kahului;
V. A. Vetlesen, Wailuku; Thomas
Pratt, William Olson, Hamakuapoko;
George II. Farnsworth, S. E. Hubbard,
Makawao; G.C. Munro, Lanai.
K. MACIIIDA D2 stre
Carries a full line of Drugs and Patent
Medicines, Perfumes, Toilet Articles,
Books and Stationery.. Also carry a
full line of Eye Glasses.
MARKET STREET, : WAILUKU.
THE CHRISTMAS MID-PACIFIC.
The Christmas number of thn Mid-
Pacific Magazine, off the press this
week, is by far the most pretentious
effort that has yet boon made in maga
zine publishing in Hawaii. The num
ber consists of 210 pages, and almost
entirely of illustrations. Some 20 full
page color cuts of Hawaiian scenery,
together with a rich cover of which
the motif Is a beautiful color photo-
gravour of one of the rarer of the Ha
waiian hisbisci, makes this number of
(ho Mid-Pacific one (hat will doubt
less bo highly prized. Short, pnappy
description accompanying the pictures
lures, are also a very comprehensive
guide to travel, not only in Hawaii,
but throughout (he Pacific lands as
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